User Manual - The Reynolds Company

User Manual - The Reynolds Company
0.37…4 kW (0.5…5 Hp), Firmware 4.01 and Up
1305 Adjustable Frequency AC Drive
User Manual
Please read the Attention Statement
on page 2-18 and 2-21 before installing the drive.
Identifies information that is critical for successful application and understanding of the product.
ARC FLASH HAZARD: Labels may be on or inside the equipment, for example, a motor control center, to alert people to potential Arc Flash. Arc Flash will
cause severe injury or death. Wear proper Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Follow ALL Regulatory requirements for safe work practices and for
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
BURN HAZARD: Labels may be on or inside the equipment, for example, a drive or motor, to alert people that surfaces may reach dangerous temperatures.
SHOCK HAZARD: Labels may be on or inside the equipment, for example, a drive or motor, to alert people that dangerous voltage may be present.
Labels may also be on or inside the equipment to provide specific precautions.
IMPORTANT
ATTENTION: Identifies information about practices or circumstances that can lead to personal injury or death, property damage, or economic loss.
Attentions help you identify a hazard, avoid a hazard, and recognize the consequence.
WARNING: Identifies information about practices or circumstances that can cause an explosion in a hazardous environment, which may lead to personal
injury or death, property damage, or economic loss.
Read this document and the documents listed in the Additional Resources section about installation, configuration, and operation of this equipment before you install,
configure, operate, or maintain this product. Users are required to familiarize themselves with installation and wiring instructions in addition to requirements of all
applicable codes, laws, and standards.
Activities including installation, adjustments, putting into service, use, assembly, disassembly, and maintenance are required to be carried out by suitably trained personnel
in accordance with applicable code of practice.
If this equipment is used in a manner not specified by the manufacturer, the protection provided by the equipment may be impaired.
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installation, Rockwell Automation, Inc. cannot assume responsibility or liability for actual use based on the examples and diagrams.
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Throughout this manual, when necessary, we use notes to make you aware of safety considerations.
Important User Information
Rockwell Automation Publication 1305-5.1 - June 2013
This product does not offer speed-sensitive overload protection, thermal memory retention or provisions to act upon
motor over-temperature sensing in motors. If such protection is needed in the end-use product, it needs to be provided by
additional means.
Electronic Motor Overload Protection
Document Update
Notes:
Rockwell Automation Publication 1305-5.1 - June 2013
Beginning of manual
Added the document update concerning Electronic Motor Overload Protection.
Rockwell Automation Publication 1305-5.1 - June 2013
Page
Description of New or Updated Information
The information below summarizes the changes to the 1305 User Manual, publication 1305-5.1 since the last release.
Summary of Changes
Notes:
Rockwell Automation Publication 1305-5.1 - June 2013
2-5
2-5
2-5
2-5
2-5
2-6
Electrical Interference – EMI/RFI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-7
Immunity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-7
Emission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-7
Input Fusing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-6
Input Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Starting and Stopping the Motor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Repeated Application/Removal of Input Power . . . . . .
Input Contactor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bypass Contactors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Input Power Conditioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Terminal Block Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3
Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2
Mounting Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
Chapter Objectives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
Chapter 2 – Installation/Wiring
Catalog Number Code Explanation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5
Firmware Compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-4
Nameplate Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-4
Conventions Used In This Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
General Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
Receiving, Unpacking, Inspection, Storing . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
Manual Objectives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
Chapter Objectives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
Chapter 1 – Information and Precautions
Grounding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-9
Sensitive Currents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-9
Motor Cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-9
Discrete Control and Signal Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-9
Safety Ground . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-9
RFI Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-9
Power Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-11
Motor Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-12
Shielded Cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-12
Conduit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-13
Motor Lead Lengths . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-13
Drive Operation Without A HIM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-17
Frequency Source . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-17
Control Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-17
Three Wire Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-18
Two Wire “Run Forward/Run Reverse” Control . . . . . 2-18
3W/2nd Acc and Run F/R 2nd A Control . . . . . . . . . . 2-18
MOP Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-18
Output Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-22
Drive Output Disconnection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-22
Cable Termination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-22
Optional Cable Terminator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-22
Optional Output Reactor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-22
Output Contactor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-22
RFI Filtering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-8
RFI Filter Leakage Current . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-8
CE Conformity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-8
Table of Contents
i
3-1
3-2
3-2
3-4
ii
Start-Up Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
Initial Operation - Motor Disconnected . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
Chapter Objectives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
Chapter 4 – Start-Up
HIM Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5
Password . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5
HIM Programming Steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-6
Program And Display Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-7
Process Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-10
EEProm Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-12
Search Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-15
Control Status Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-16
Password Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-18
HIM Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Display Panel Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Control Panel Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
HIM Removal And Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
HIM Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Chapter Objectives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Chapter 3 – Human Interface Module (HIM)
Adapters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-23
Adapter Mounting Distance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-23
Adapter Mounting Distance & Cable Connections . . . 2-24
Table of Contents
5-25
5-29
5-30
5-30
5-32
Linear List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-57
Process Display Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-56
Adapter I/O Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-54
Owners Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-50
Masks Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-47
Diagnostics Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-42
Faults Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-39
Output Configuration Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-37
Frequency Set Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Frequency Source Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Accel/Decel Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MOP Frequency Source and Accel/Decel Selection . .
Feature Select Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Set Up Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-8
Single Phase Input Ratings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-14
Advanced Setup Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-15
Metering Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5
Programming Example . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-4
Parameter Flow Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
Function Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
Chapter Conventions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
Chapter Objectives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
Chapter 5 – Programming
6-1
6-1
6-1
6-1
6-2
6-3
6-9
A-2
A-2
A-2
A-3
A-3
A-4
A-4
A-5
A-6
A-6
Drive Status Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-4
Logic Control Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-3
Communications Using Bulletin
1203 Communication Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-1
Appendix B – Serial Communications
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Output Ratings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Input Ratings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Environmental Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Control Inputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Control Outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Control Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Protective Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Programming/Communications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Monitoring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-1
Appendix A – Block Diagram and Specifications
Fault Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fault LED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Diagnostics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How To Clear a Fault . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fault Code Cross Reference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bulletin 1305 Fault Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter Objectives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1
Chapter 6 – Troubleshooting and Fault Information
Grounding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D-3
RFI Filter Grounding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D-3
RFI Filter Leakage Current . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D-3
Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D-2
RFI Filter Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D-2
Electrical Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D-3
Requirements For Conforming Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . D-1
EMC Directive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D-1
Appendix D – CE Conformity
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-1
Appendix C – Accessories
Parameter Grouping/User Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-5
Metering Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-5
Set Up Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-6
Advanced Set Up Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-7
Frequency Set Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-8
Feature Select Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-9
Output Set Up Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-9
Faults Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-9
Diagnostics Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-10
Masks Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-10
Owners Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-11
Adapter I/O Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-11
Process Display Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-12
“Display Units” Equivalent to
Parameter Text Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-5
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Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N-1
Notes
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I-1
Index
Mechanical Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D-4
Table of Contents
Chapter 3 defines the display and control panel keys on the
optional Human Interface Module. A flowchart is provided to
guide the user through the key strokes of the various menu
levels.
Chapter 2 provides instructions on how to mount and wire the
drive. It also describes how to operate the drive without a Human Interface Module. Read the Motor Cable Length section
on pages 2-13 – 2-16, and the contact closure inputs information in the Control Terminal Block descriptions on pages
2-19 – 2-21.
The purpose of this manual is to provide the user with the
necessary information to install, program, start up and maintain
the Bulletin 1305 drive. To assure successful installation and
operation, the material presented must be thoroughly read and
understood before proceeding. Particular attention must be
directed to the ATTENTION and IMPORTANT statements
contained within.
1.MANUAL OBJECTIVES
Chapter 1 provides information on the general intent of this
manual, gives an overall description of the Bulletin 1305
Adjustable Frequency AC Drive (herein called “the drive”) and
provides a listing of key drive options. Additionally, this
chapter provides information on receiving and handling the
drive.
CHAPTER OBJECTIVES
Information and Precautions
1
PLC is a registered trademark of Allen-Bradley Company.
SLC is a trademark of Allen-Bradley Company.
1-1
Index – A comprehensive index is provided to assist the user in
locating specific information. All parameters and fault information are listed alphabetically under parameters and faults
respectively.
Appendix D lists requirements for CE conformity.
Appendix C lists the accessories and their catalog number.
Appendix B provides the necessary information for drive set up
using a PLCR, SLC™ or other logic controller. A table is
provided that lists each parameter by parameter group with
space for the user to record any custom parameter settings.
Appendix A contains a block diagram and general specifications of the drive.
Chapter 6 defines the various drive faults and the appropriate
action to take as well as general troubleshooting information.
Chapter 5 outlines the parameter information of the drive such
as description, number, type, units, factory default, minimum
and maximum settings.
Chapter 4 describes the steps to start up the drive. It includes
a typical start up routine defining the adjustments and checks to
assure proper operation.
Chapter
1-2
Inspection – After unpacking, check the item(s) nameplate
catalog number against the purchase order. An explanation of
the catalog numbering system for the Bulletin 1305 drive is
included as an aid for nameplate interpretation. Refer to the
following pages for complete nomenclature.
IMPORTANT: Before the installation and start-up of the drive,
a general inspection of the mechanical integrity (i.e. loose
parts, wires, connections, etc.) should be made.
Unpacking – Remove all packing material from within and
around the drive.
2.Receiving – It is the responsibility of the user to thoroughly
inspect the equipment before accepting the shipment from the
freight company. Check the item(s) received against the
purchase order. If any items are obviously damaged, it is the
responsibility of the user not to accept delivery until the freight
agent has noted the damage on the freight bill. Should any
concealed damage be found during unpacking, it is again the
responsibility of the user to notify the freight agent. The
shipping container must be left intact and the freight agent
should be requested to make a visual inspection of the
equipment.
Chapter 1 – Information and Precautions
The DC Bus Charge Indicator is a neon bulb that will be
illuminated when power is applied to the drive.
In addition to the precautions listed throughout this manual, the
following statements which are general to the system must be
read and understood.
3.GENERAL PRECAUTIONS
D Store in a clean, dry location.
D Store within an ambient temperature range of –40_ to
+70_C.
D Store within a relative humidity range of 0% to 95%,
noncondensing.
D Do not store equipment where it could be exposed to a
corrosive atmosphere.
D Do not store equipment in a construction area.
Storing – The drive should remain in its shipping container
prior to installation. If the equipment is not to be used for a
period of time, it must be stored according to the following
instructions in order to maintain warrranty coverage:
ATTENTION: This drive contains ESD
(Electrostatic Discharge) sensitive parts and
assemblies. Static control precautions are
required when installing, testing, or servicing this
assembly. Component damage may result if ESD
control procedures are not followed. If you are
not familiar with static control procedures,
reference A-B publication 8000-4.5.2, ‘‘Guarding
Against Electrostatic Damage ” or any other
applicable ESD protection handbook.
ATTENTION: An incorrectly applied or
installed drive can result in component damage or
a reduction in product life. Wiring or application
errors, such as, undersizing the motor, incorrect or
inadequate AC supply, or excessive ambient
temperatures may result in malfunction of the
system.
will appear as Human Interface
Module or HIM.
will appear in ‘‘quotes”.
will appear as depicted on the
control key, if the key is labeled
with letters or numbers
(i.e., JOG, SEL) or if the key
depicts an icon, its operative
term appear with initial
capitalization (i.e., Stop,
Increment, Enter).
Display Text
Control Key Names
1-3
will appear in [brackets]
Parameter Names
To help differentiate parameter names, display text, and control
keys from other text in this manual, the following conventions
will be used:
Programmer Terminal
CONVENTIONS USED IN THIS MANUAL
ATTENTION: Only personnel familiar with the
the drive and associated machinery should plan or
implement the installation, start-up and subsequent
maintenance of the system. Failure to comply may
result in personal injury and/or equipment damage.
Chapter 1 – Information and Precautions
1-4
Nameplate
Located on Exterior
of Enclosure
Figure 1.1 Bulletin 1305 Nameplate Location
4.NAMEPLATE LOCATION
Chapter 1 – Information and Precautions
A: 2.2
Hz: 50/60
VA: 1800
V: 380-460
SER
Series A, FRN 1.0 through 3.0
Series B, FRN 1.0
HIM:
AB0516C
MADE IN U.S.A.
Firmware version can be found on the drive carton label, on
integrated circuits found on the Control Board (see Figure 2.3),
or can be viewed in Drive Diagnostics (see Chapter 5).
Specific Firmware versions are identified by digits to the right/left of decimal.
Example 1.01, 2.01.
Series A, FRN 4.01
Series B, FRN 5.01, FRN 5.02, and up
Drive:
➀
B
O
U V: 380-460 3Φ
T A: 2.3
P Hz: 0-400
U Motor
T Rating: 0.75KW / 1 HP
1305-BA03A-HAP
FIRMWARE COMPATIBILITY➀
I
N
P
U
T
CAT
Figure 1.2 Nameplate Information
B
200-240V 1∅
200-230V 3∅
380-460V 3∅
Rating
Bulletin
Number
A
A
Second
Position
1305 –
6.First
Position
A02
Third
Position
A
Letter
A
Enclosure Type
NEMA Type 1
(IP 30)
Enclosure Type
Fourth
Position
Fifth
Position
– DE
Options
Sixth
Position
– HA1
Human Interface Modules, NEMA Type 1 (IP 30) To order installed in the
drive, add the appropriate suffix to the drive catalog number.
HAP Programmer Only
HA1 HIM with Analog Speed Pot
HA2 HIM with Digital Up-Down Keys
Language Code (English language is included in base catalog number.
To order a second language, add the appropriate suffix to the drive
catalog number.)
DE
German
ES
Spanish
IT
Italian
FR
French
A01
A02
A03
A04
A06
A08
A09
A12
Nominal
Current Rating
5.CATALOG NUMBER CODE EXPLANATION
Chapter 1 – Information and Precautions
1-5
1-6
380-460V
8 6
50/60
/6 Hz
H
200-230V
50/60
/6 Hz
H
Voltage
Rating
a n
2
3
5
1305-BA04A
1305-BA06A
1305-BA09A
1/2
1305-BA01A
1
3
1305-AA12A
1305-BA03A
2
1305-AA08A
3/4
1
1305-AA04A
1305-BA02A
3/4
1/2
HP
1305-AA03A
1305-AA02A
Catalog
a alo
Number
IP30
IP
4.0
2.2
1.5
0.75
0.55
0.37
2.2
1.5
0.75
0.55
0.37
kW
3O
2
12 ➂
9 ➄
6 ➃
4
2.3
1.6
1.3
1
3/4
1/2
1/4
HP
8
4.5
3
2.3
Output ➀➁
Current (A)
Input
1.5
0.75
0.55
0.37
0.19
kW
1O
8 ➂
4.5
3
2.3
1.2
Output ➀➁
Current (A)
Input
N Available
Not
v
e
Motor Rating
Table 1.A 7.Drive Rating and Derating Guidelines
Chapter 1 – Information and Precautions
If the [PWM Frequency] is set above 4kHz, the output current must be derated per the
chart on page 5-19.
➁
Output current value listed for 380V input voltage. At 415V input voltage, output
current is 5.3A. At 460V input voltage, output current is 4.8A.
Output current value listed for 380V input voltage. At 415V input voltage, output
current is 8.4A. At 460V input voltage, output current is 7.6A.
➄
Output current value listed for 200V input voltage. At 230V input voltage, output
current is 9.6A for 3 phase and 6.8A for single phase.
➃
➂
When operating the drive in an ambient temperature at or near
the maximum operating temperature (50°C), the following
derating guidelines are recommended to guard against
overheating depending on application and operating conditions.
For derating guidelines at ambient temperatures between 40°C
and 50°C, consult Allen-Bradley.
Motor Full Load Amps (FLA) should not exceed the drive output current rating.
➀
In general:
100 mm
(4 in.)
75 mm
(3 in.)
2
IMPORTANT: The drive must be mounted to a metallic
surface.
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ATTENTION: The following information is
merely a guide for proper installation. The
National Electrical Code and any other governing
regional or local code will overrule this
information. The Allen-Bradley Company cannot
assume responsibility for the compliance or the
noncompliance to any code, national, local or
otherwise for the proper installation of this drive
or associated equipment. A hazard of personal
injury and/or equipment damage exists if codes
are ignored during installation.
Chapter 2 provides the information needed to properly mount
and wire the drive. Since most start-up difficulties are the
result of incorrect wiring, every precaution must be taken to
assure that the wiring is done as instructed. All items must be
read and understood before the actual installation begins.
50 mm
(2 in.)
Figure 2.1 Mounting Requirements
Chapter
CHAPTER OBJECTIVES
Installation/Wiring
ÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
2-1
BA09A
AA12A
2-2
170
(6-11/16)
BA01A
BA02A
BA03A
BA04A
BA06A
AA08A
210
(8-1/4)
120
(4-23/32)
AA04A
A
Width
120
(4-23/32)
380/460 V
Cat. No.
1305-
B
AA02A
AA03A
200/230 V
Cat. No.
1305-
A
195
(7-11/16)
195
(7-11/16)
195
(7-11/16)
195
(7-11/16)
B
Height
G
179
(7-1/16)
179
(7-1/16)
140
(5-1/2)
122
(4-13/16)
C
Depth
w/o Pot
C’
C
184.1
(7-1/4)
184.1
(7-1/4)
145.1
(5-23/32)
127.1
(5)
C’
Depth
w/ Pot
F
Dimensions shown in millimeters (inches). Shipping weights shown in kilograms (pounds).
Figure 2.2 Bulletin 1305 Approximate Dimensions
Chapter 2 – Installation/Wiring
200
(7-7/8)
160
(6-5/16)
110
(4-11/32)
110
(4-11/32)
D
180
(7-1/16)
180
(7-1/16)
180
(7-1/16)
180
(7-1/16)
E
O 5.5
(7/32)
66
(2-19/32)
66
(2-19/32)
27
(1-1/16)
9
(11/32)
F
D
G
E
J
113
(4-7/16)
113
(4-7/16)
113
(4-7/16)
113
(4-7/16)
H
5
(7/32)
5
(7/32)
5
(7/32)
5
(7/32)
H
7.5
(5/16)
7.5
(5/16)
7.5
(5/16)
7.5
(5/16)
J
4.2
(9.2)
3.6
(8.0)
1.9
(4.2)
1.6
(3.5)
Approx.
Ship Wt.
O 22.5
(7/8)
5. Remove the front cover by grasping the
upper corners of the cover and pulling the
cover to a 90-degree angle to the drive.
Lift the cover off.
4. For drives equipped with a HIM, press the
retaining lever directly beneath the HIM
and slide the HIM downward to remove it
from drive.
3. For drives equipped with a blank front
panel, slide the panel downward and
remove it from the drive. Skip to Step 5.
2. Lower the hinged panel located below the
HIM or blank front panel.
1. Remove power from the drive.
To access the power and control terminal
blocks, perform the following procedure:
TERMINAL BLOCK ACCESS
Retaining Lever
TB2 - Control Terminal Block
2-3
Firmware
Revision
Level
Number
DC Bus Charge Indicator
TB1 - Power Terminal
Block
ATTENTION: Proceed with caution. A DC Bus
Voltage may be present at the Power Terminal
Block (TB1) even when power is removed from
the drive.
Hinged Panel
Human Interface Module
(See back for Series Letter and
Firmware Revision Level)
Serial
Number
LED
Fault
Indicator
Figure 2.3 Terminal Block Access
Chapter 2 – Installation/Wiring
2-4
GRD
Page 2-5
Page 2-6
Page 2-8
Page 2-6
Input Devices
Input Power Conditioning
Input Filters
Input Fusing
Figure 2.4 Installation Guidelines
Chapter 2 – Installation/Wiring
GRD(T1)(T2) (T3)
GRD U V W
GRD R S T
GRD(L1) (L2) (L3)
Page 2-22
Page 2-22
Output Devices
Cable Termination
AB0515A
Page 2-8
Output Filters
Motor
Page 2-17
Page 2-11
Power Wiring
Control Wiring
Page 2-9
Page 2-7
Grounding
Electrical Interference
system can result in component damage or reduction in
product life. Follow these recommendations for
application of an input contactor to a 1305 drive.
ATTENTION: An incorrectly applied or installed
Input Contactor
by control input signals that will start and stop the motor.
A device that routinely disconnects then reapplies line
power to the drive (input contactor, etc.) for the purpose
of starting and stopping the motor should not be used. If it
is necessary to use this method for starting and stopping or
if frequent cycling of power is unavoidable, make sure
that it does not occur more than once a minute.
ATTENTION: The drive is intended to be controlled
Repeated Application/Removal of Input Power
includes solid-state components. If hazards due to
accidental contact with moving machinery or
unintentional flow of liquid, gas or solids exist, an
additional hardwired stop circuit is required to remove
AC line power to the drive. When AC input power is
removed, there will be a loss of inherent regenerative
braking effect and the motor will coast to a stop. An
auxiliary braking method may be required.
ATTENTION: The drive start/stop control circuitry
Starting and Stopping the Motor
INPUT DEVICES
Contact Allen-Bradley for assistance with
application or wiring.
2-5
Allen-Bradley.
D Output circuits which do not connect directly to the
motor.
D Incorrect or inadequate AC supply.
D Excessive ambient temperature.
D Wiring AC line to drive output or control terminals.
D Improper voltage placed on control terminals.
D Improper bypass or output circuits not approved by
ATTENTION: An incorrectly applied or
installed system can result in component damage
or reduction in product life. The most common
causes are:
Bypass Contactors
Normal Operation: After the input contactor is closed, the
enable, start, and stop signals may be applied. These control
signals must be removed before opening the input contactor.
The input contactor must not be opened and closed more than
once a minute.
Chapter 2 – Installation/Wiring
2-6
2. If the AC line frequently experiences transient power
interruptions or significant voltage spikes, an AC line
reactor or isolation type transformer may be required.
Damage to drives can occur from extreme current spikes.
1. If the AC line supplying the drive has power factor
correction capacitors that are switched in and out, installing
an AC line reactor or isolation type transformer between the
capacitor bank and the drive input may be required. Damage
to drives can occur from the extreme current spikes caused
by capacitor switching.
The basic rules for determining if a line reactor or isolation
type transformer is required are as follows:
The drive is suitable for direct connection to a correct voltage,
single phase or three-phase, AC power line. However, there are
certain power line conditions which may introduce the
possibility of drive input power component malfunction. To
reduce the possibility of these malfunctions, a line reactor or
isolation type transformer with an input impedance of 3% of
the drive input VA rating may be required.
INPUT POWER CONDITIONING
Chapter 2 – Installation/Wiring
.37 (1/2)
.55 (3/4)
.75 (1)
.55 (3/4)
.75 (1)
1.5 (2)
25
15
10
6
6
Fuse
200–230V Rating
➁
If fuse blowing is a problem, use dual element type fuses.
20➁
15➁
10➁
6➁
3➀
3➀
Fuse
380–460V Rating
4.0 (5)
––
––
➀ Must be dual element time delay, Bussmann LPJ or equivalent.
1.5 (2)
.19 (1/4)
.37 (1/2)
2.2 (3)
1O Rating
kW (HP)
3O Rating
kW (HP)
Table 2.A Maximum Recommended AC Input Line Fuse
UL Class J, T, CC, or BS88 (or equivalent)
ATTENTION: The drive does not provide
branch circuit protection. Specifications for the
recommended fuse size and type which provide
branch circuit protection against short circuits are
provided in Table 2.A. Branch circuit breakers or
disconnect switches cannot provide this level of
protection for drive components.
INPUT FUSING
Careful attention must be given to the arrangement of power
and ground connections to the drive to avoid interference with
nearby sensitive equipment. The cable to the motor carries
switched voltages and should be routed well away from
sensitive equipment.
Emission
In areas subject to frequent lightening strikes, additional surge
suppression is advisable.
It is recommended that the coils of DC energized contactors
associated with drives be suppressed with a diode or similar
device, since they can generate severe electrical transients.
The 1305 drive is designed for immunity to most externally
generated interference. Usually, no special precautions are
required beyond the installation practices provided in this
publication.
Immunity
ELECTRICAL INTERFERENCE – EMI/RFI
2-7
If the installation combines a drive with sensitive devices or
circuits, it is recommended that the lowest possible drive PWM
frequency be programmed.
An RFI filter can be used and in most situations provides an
effective reduction of RFI emissions that may be conducted
into the main supply lines.
Common mode chokes are recommended at the drive output to
reduce the common mode noise.
Shielded or armored cable may be used to guard against
radiated emissions from the motor cable. The shield or armor
should be connected to the drive ground terminal and the
motor ground as outlined in the Grounding section of this
Installation chapter.
The ground conductor of the motor cable should be connected
to the drive ground (GRD) terminal directly. Connecting this
ground conductor to a cabinet ground point or ground bus bar
may cause high frequency current to circulate in the ground
system of the enclosure. The motor end of this ground
conductor must be solidly connected to the motor case ground.
Chapter 2 – Installation/Wiring
2-8
Where it is essential that very low emission levels must be
achieved or if conformity with standards is required the
optional RFI filter should be used. Refer to Appendix D and
instructions included with the filter for installation and
grounding information.
However, a filter is recommended if there is a likelihood of
sensitive devices or circuits being installed on the same AC
supply or if the motor cable exceeds 75 meters (250 feet).
Beyond this length, capacitance to ground will increase the
supply emissions.
Refer to Appendix D.
CE Conformity
ATTENTION: To guard against possible
equipment damage, RFI filters can only be used
with AC supplies that are nominally balanced
with respect to ground. In some installations,
three–phase supplies are occasionally connected
in a 3-wire configuration with one phase
grounded (Grounded Delta). The filter must not
be used in Grounded Delta supplies.
The optional RFI filter may cause ground leakage currents.
Therefore a solid ground connection must be provided.
1305 drives can be installed with an RFI filter, which controls
radio–frequency conducted emissions into the main supply
lines and ground wiring.
If the cabling and installation recommendation precautions
described in this manual are adhered to, it is unlikely that
interference problems will occur when the drive is used with
conventional industrial electronic circuits and systems.
RFI Filter Leakage Current
RFI FILTERING
Chapter 2 – Installation/Wiring
The ground conductor of the motor cable (drive end) must be
connected directly to the ground terminal, not to the enclosure
bus bar. Grounding directly to the drive (and filter, if installed)
provides a direct route for high frequency current returning
from the motor frame and ground conductor. At the motor end,
Motor Cable
It is essential to define the paths through which the high
frequency ground currents flow. This will assure that sensitive
circuits do not share a path with such current, and to minimize
the area enclosed by these paths. Current carrying ground
conductors must be separated. Control and signal ground
conductors should not run near or parallel to a power ground
conductor.
Sensitive Currents
Refer to the grounding diagram on the following page. The
drive must be connected to system ground at the power ground
(GRD) terminal provided on the power terminal block (TB1).
Ground impedance must conform to the requirements of
national and local industrial safety regulations (NEC, VDE
0160, BSI, etc.) and should be inspected and tested at
appropriate and regular intervals. In any cabinet, a single,
low–impedance ground point or ground bus bar should be used.
All circuits should be grounded independently and directly.
The AC supply ground conductor should also be connected
directly to this ground point or bus bar.
GROUNDING
2-9
IMPORTANT: Using an optional RFI filter may result in
relatively high ground leakage currents. The filter must be
permanently installed and solidly grounded. Grounding must
not rely on flexible cables and should not include any form of
plug or socket that would permit inadvertent disconnection.
The integrity of this connection should be periodically
checked.
RFI Filter
This is the safety ground required by code. The ground bus can
be connected to adjacent building steel (girder, joist) or a floor
ground loop, provided grounding points comply with NEC
regulations.
Safety Ground
DO NOT connect drive Common terminals (TB2) to ground.
DO NOT switch these inputs using non-isolated TTL type
circuits. Use dry relay contacts to switch signal inputs to
Common. Only isolated 4-20mA sources are recommended.
There must be no ground potential difference between source
and drive.
Discrete Control and Signal Wiring
the ground conductor should also be connected to the motor
case ground. If shielded or armored cables are used, the same
grounding methods should be used for the shield/armor as well.
Chapter 2 – Installation/Wiring
2-10
Ground Rod
Conduit/4-Wire Cable
Standard unit has plastic conduit
entry for installation with EMI filter
(CE), see Appendix D.
GRD
T(L3)
S(L2)
R(L1)
Shield
Shield*
Motor
Terminator*
Motor
Frame
* These are options that can be installed as needed.
GRD
W(T3)
V(T2)
U(T1)
Common
Mode Core*
Figure 2.5 Recommended 1305 Grounding for Installation Without EMI Filter (Non–CE)
Chapter 2 – Installation/Wiring
AB0518B
Ground Per
Local Codes
L1
R
L2
S
L3
T
Required Branch
Circuit Disconnect
GRD
➁
AC Input Line
Required
Input Fusing
+DC BRK➀
(-DC)
T1
U
To Motor
➂
T2
V
T3
W
wire run.
➃ Ground from drive to motor frame must be an independent continuous insulated
protective device. An external overload relay is not required for single motor applications. IMPORTANT: This drive is not intended for use with single phase motors.
➂ Bulletin 1305 drives are UL and cUL listed, and CSA certified as a motor overload
the three input terminals R, S, T (L1, L2, L3).
➁ For single phase applications, the AC input line can be connected to any two of
0.37 to 0.75 kW (1/2 to 1 HP) drive. IMPORTANT: The [DB Enable] parameter must
be enabled for proper operation.
➀ Connection for Dynamic Brake Resistors for all models except the 200-230 Volt,
To
Motor
➃
GRD
Dynamic Brake Option - Refer to instructions included
with option
Motor Connection
+DC, BRK (or -DC)
U, V, W (T1, T2, T3)
M4
M4
M3.5
TB1 (All except above)
TB2 (All)
Screw
Size
TB1
(0.37 to 0.75kW/1/2 to 1 HP)
Terminal
1.5/0.20 (14/24)
4/0.75 (10/18)
3.5/0.75 (12/18)
Max./Min. Wire Size
mm 2 (AWG )
0.90 (8)
1.81 (16)
0.90 (8)
2-11
Maximum Torque
N-m ( lb-ins. )
Table 2.C Screw Size, Wire Size and Torque Specifications
AC Input Line Terminals
Earth Ground
GRD
R, S, T (L1, L2, L3)
Description
Terminals
Input and output power connections are performed through a
ten position terminal block, TB1 (see page 2-3 for location).
Figure 2.6 Power Terminal Block Designations (TB1)
Table 2.B Power Block Terminal (TB1)
POWER WIRING
Chapter 2 – Installation/Wiring
2-12
If cable trays or large conduits are to be used to distribute the
motor leads for multiple drives, shielded cable is recommended
to reduce or capture the noise from the motor leads and
minimize “cross coupling” of noise between leads of different
drives. The shield should be connected to the ground
connections at both the motor and drive end.
Shielded cable is recommended if sensitive circuits or devices
are connected or mounted to the machinery driven by the
motor. The shield must be connected to the drive ground and
motor frame ground. The connection must be made at both
ends to minimize the external magnetic field.
Shielded Cable
The cable should be 4-conductor with the ground lead being
connected directly to the drive ground terminal (GRD) and the
motor frame ground terminal.
A variety of cable types are acceptable for drive installations.
For many installations, unshielded cable is adequate, provided
it can be separated from sensitive circuits. As an approximate
guide, allow a spacing of 1 meter (3.3 feet) for every 10 meters
(33 feet) of length. In all cases, long parallel runs must be
avoided.
Motor Cables
Chapter 2 – Installation/Wiring
In some hazardous environments it is not permissible to ground
both ends of the cable armor. This is because of the possibility
of high current circulating at the input frequency if the ground
loop is cut by a strong magnetic field. This only applies in the
proximity of powerful electrical machines. In such case, the
ground connection at one end may be made through a
capacitance, which will block the frequency current but present
a low impedance to RF. Because of the highly pulsed nature of
the circulating current, the capacitor type used must be rated
for AC-to-ground voltage. Consult factory for specific
guidelines.
Armored cable also provides effective shielding. Ideally, it
should be grounded only at the drive (GRD) and motor frame.
Some armored cable has a PVC coating over the armor to
prevent incidental contact with grounded structure. If, due to
the type of connector, the armor must be grounded at the
cabinet entrance, shielded cable should be used within the
cabinet to continue as far as possible to the coaxial
arrangement of power cable and ground.
ATTENTION: To avoid a possible shock hazard
caused by induced voltages, unused wires in the
conduit must be grounded at both ends. For the
same reason, if a drive sharing a conduit is being
serviced or installed, all drives using this conduit
should be disabled. This will eliminate the
possible shock hazard from “cross coupled” drive
motor leads.
2. No more than three sets of motor leads can be routed
through a single conduit. This will minimize “cross talk”
that could reduce the effectiveness of the noise reduction
methods described. If more than three drive/motor
connections per conduit are required, shielded cable as
described above must be used. If practical, each conduit
should contain only one set of motor leads.
Table 2.D lists the maximum cable lengths permitted when
applying a 460V, 1305 drive to a 460V motor for motor
insulation ratings of 1000V, 1200V, and 1600V without an
output reactor or Terminator. Shielded and unshielded
maximum cable lengths also are listed. Tables are based on
operation at nominal line condition (480V).
Section A: No Output Reactor or Terminator
2-13
In general, motors designed and built without phase separating
insulation paper between motor windings should be classified
as 1000VP-P insulation design.
All cabling and distances are based on using 14 AWG,
4-conductor type cabling.
Voltage doubling at motor terminals, known as reflected wave
phenomenon, standing wave or transmission line effect, can
occur when using long motor cables with drives. Long motor
cables can cause capacitive charging current in excess of the
rating of a smaller drive. To ensure proper installation, follow
the guidelines provided.
Installations with long cable lengths between the 1305 drive
and motor may require the use of an output reactor or
Terminator. The following guidelines allow for selection of the
appropriate drive HP rating (and output reactor or Terminator,
if required) to work with an existing motor, and provide
motor-lead length solutions for new installations.
If metal conduit is preferred for cable distribution, the
following guidelines must be followed.
1. Drives are normally mounted in cabinets and ground
connections are made at a common ground point in the
cabinet. If the conduit is connected to the motor junction
box and at the drive end, no further conduit connections are
necessary.
Motor Lead Lengths
Conduit
Chapter 2 – Installation/Wiring
2-14
The Allen-Bradley 1329-HR is representative of 1600VP-P
insulation rating designs and is recommended in applications
where long cable lengths are required.
1600V Motor Insulation Ratings: Cable lengths listed in
Table 2.D are based on operating the 1305 drive at a maximum
carrier frequency of 2 kHz on motor insulation ratings of
1600V. Consult the factory regarding operation above 2 kHz
carrier frequency. Multiply listed distances by 0.55 for
operation at high line conditions (above 480V). If the
maximum cable length used exceeds the distances indicated,
refer to Section B.
1000V and 1200V Motor Insulation Ratings: Cable lengths
listed in Table 2.D are for operating the 1305 drive at a
maximum carrier frequency of 4 kHz on motor insulation
ratings of 1000V and 1200V. Consult the factory regarding
operation above 4 kHz carrier frequency. Multiply listed
distances by 0.85 for operation at high line conditions (above
480V). If the maximum cable length used exceeds the
distances indicated, refer to Section B.
Chapter 2 – Installation/Wiring
0.5
1
2
3
5
30m (100ft)
9m (30ft)
9m (30ft)
9m (30ft)
9m (30ft)
9m (30ft)
9m (30ft)
2
1
0.5
3
2
9m (30ft)
9m (30ft)
9m (30ft))
9m (30ft)
1
0.5
1
0.5
9m (30ft)
30m (100ft)
9m (30ft)
2
0.5
30m (100ft)
9m (30ft)
0.5
30m (100ft)
30m (100ft)
30m (100ft))
30m (100ft)
30m (100ft)
9m (30ft)
1
30m (100ft)
30m (100ft)
30m (100ft)
30m (100ft)
30m (100ft)
30m (100ft)
30m (100ft)
9m (30ft)
3
0.85
5
0.85
High-Line Derate
Multiplier
Any Cable
Any Cable
4 kHz
1200 Volt
45m (150ft)
121m (400ft)
68 (225ft))
68m
121m (400ft)
121m (400ft)
76m (250ft)
121m (400ft)
121m (400ft)
121m (400ft)
91m (300ft)
121m (400ft)
121m (400ft)
121m (400ft)
121m (400ft)
121m (400ft)
0.55
2 kHz
Shielded Cable
106m (350ft)
121m (400ft)
121m (400ft))
121m (400ft)
121m (400ft)
121m (400ft)
121m (400ft)
121m (400ft)
121m (400ft)
121m (400ft)
121m (400ft)
121m (400ft)
121m (400ft)
121m (400ft)
121m (400ft)
0.55
2 kHz
Unshielded Cable
1600 Volt 1329 HR
Using a Motor with Insulation VP-P
No External Devices or Reactor at the Motor
1000 Volt
4 kHz
Motor
HP
(4 )
(460V)
Maximum Carrier
Frequency
Drive
HP
(4 )
(460V)
Table 2.D Maximum Motor Cable Length Restrictions
1000V and 1200V Motor Insulation Ratings: Cable lengths
listed in Table 2.E are for operating the 1305 drive at a
maximum carrier frequency of 2 kHz on motor insulation
ratings of 1000V and 1200V when used with an output reactor
or Terminator. Consult the factory regarding operation above 2
kHz carrier frequency. Multiply listed distances by 0.85 for
operation at high line conditions (above 480V).
When an output reactor is required, locate the reactor at the
drive if possible. Consult the factory for applications which
require mounting the reactor at the motor.
Table 2.E lists maximum cable lengths that can be run when
using an output reactor, or one of two available Terminators,
for motor insulation ratings of 1000V, 1200V, and 1600V.
Shielded and unshielded maximum cable lengths also are
listed.
Applications with non-inverter duty rated motors, with long
lead lengths, require an output reactor or Terminator. An output
reactor or Terminator helps reduce voltage reflection to the
motor to levels which are less than the motor insulation rating.
For longer motor-lead length applications, an output reactor or
Terminator is required to ensure proper drive operation, and for
the motor to operate within its specified insulation rating. The
guidelines in Table 2.E are required for proper drive and motor
operation, or motor designs without phase-separating insulation
paper between motor windings.
Section B: Use of Output Reactor or Terminator
Contact Allen-Bradley for further assistance if required.
and use shielded or unshielded cable.
– Install a 1305 2-HP drive with a 1204-TFA1 Terminator,
the drive, and use shielded or unshielded cable.
2-15
– Install a 1305 3-HP drive with an output reactor installed at
the drive, and use unshielded cable.
– Install a 1305 2-HP drive with an output reactor installed at
2. Table 2.E suggests these possible solutions:
1. Table 2.D indicates that either an output reactor or a
Terminator is required for this installation example. Consult
Table 2.E for output reactor, Terminator, and cable types.
Example: An existing installation includes a 2 HP, 1200V
motor with a 84-meter (275-foot) cable-length requirement
between the 1305 drive and the motor. What are the possible
solutions to this installation?
The Allen-Bradley 1329-HR is representative of 1600VP-P
insulation rating designs and is recommended in applications
where long cable lengths are required.
1600V Motor Insulation Ratings: Cable lengths listed in
Table 2.E are based on operating the 1305 drive at a maximum
carrier frequency of 2 kHz on motor insulation ratings of
1600V. Consult the factory regarding operation above 2 kHz
carrier frequency.
Chapter 2 – Installation/Wiring
15m (50ft)
15m (50ft)
0.5
0.5
15m (50ft)
1
15m (50ft)
45m (150ft)
121m (400ft)
68m (225ft)
182m (600ft)
182m (600ft)
15m (50ft)
1
0.5
182m (600ft)
76m (250ft)
15m (50ft)
0.5
182m (600ft)
182m (600ft)
91m (300ft)
182m (600ft)
182m (600ft)
182m (600ft)
182m (600ft)
182m (600ft)
15m (50ft)
15m (50ft)
1
2
15m (50ft)
15m (50ft)
0.5
15m (50ft)
15m (50ft)
1
2
15m (50ft)
2
3
15m (50ft)
3
0.85
2 kHz
Shielded
106m (350ft)
182m (600ft)
152m (500ft)
182m (600ft)
182m (600ft)
167m (550ft)
182m (600ft)
182m (600ft)
182m (600ft)
182m (600ft)
182m (600ft)
182m (600ft)
182m (600ft)
182m (600ft)
182m (600ft)
0.85
2 kHz
Unshielded
1200 Volt or 1600 Volt
NR
NR
NR
91m (300ft)
61m (200ft)
NR
121m (400ft)
91m (300ft)
91m (300ft)
NR
182m (600ft)
121m (400ft)
121m (400ft)
91m (300ft)
NR
0.85
2 kHz
Shielded
NR
NR
NR
121m (400ft)
61m (200ft)
NR
182m (600ft)
182m (600ft)
121m (400ft)
NR
182m (600ft)
182m (600ft)
182m (600ft)
121m (400ft)
NR
0.85
2 kHz
Unshielded
Using a Motor
with Insulation VP-P
M
1000 Volt or 1200 Volt
With 1204-TFB2 Terminator
NR
76m (250ft)
45m (150ft)
99m (325ft)
99m (325ft)
91m (300ft)
99m (325ft)
99m (325ft)
99m (325ft)
91m (300ft)
99m (325ft)
99m (325ft)
99m (325ft)
99m (325ft)
91m (300ft)
0.85
2 kHz
Shielded
NR
61m (200ft)
61m (200ft)
61m (200ft)
61m (200ft)
61m (200ft)
61m (200ft)
61m (200ft)
61m (200ft)
61m (200ft)
61m (200ft)
61m (200ft)
61m (200ft)
61m (200ft)
61m (200ft)
0.85
2 kHz
Unshielded
1000 Volt
NR
76m (250ft)
45m (150ft)
152m (500ft)
121m (400ft)
91m (300ft)
182m (600ft)
182m (600ft)
152m (500ft)
91m (300ft)
182m (600ft)
182m (600ft)
182m (600ft)
152m (500ft)
91m (300ft)
0.85
2 kHz
Shielded
NR
121m (400ft)
76m (250ft)
121m (400ft)
121m (400ft)
121m (400ft)
121m (400ft)
121m (400ft)
121m (400ft)
121m (400ft)
121m (400ft)
121m (400ft)
121m (400ft)
121m (400ft)
121m (400ft)
0.85
2 kHz
Unshielded
1200 Volt
Using a Motor with Insulation VP-P
With 1204-TFA1 Terminator
2-16
NR = Not Recommended.
➀ IMPORTANT: A 3% reactor reduces motor stress but may cause a degradation of motor waveform quality. Reactors must have a turn-to-turn insulating rating of 2100 volts or
higher. Reactors are not recommended for lightly loaded applications because overvoltage trips may result at low output frequencies.
0.5
1
2
3
15m (50ft)
5
0.85
Any Cable
High-Line Derating Multiplier
5
Reactor➀ at the Drive
Using a Motor with Insulation VP-P
1000 Volt
2 kHz
Mo or HP
Motor
(4 )
(460V)
Maximum Carrier Frequency
Drive
r e HP
(4 )
(460V)
Table 2.E Maximum Motor Cable Length
Chapter 2 – Installation/Wiring
Refer to Chapter 5 for the factory default settings for all
parameters. Special attention should be paid to Table 5.A on
page 5-29 and Table 5.B on page 5-30. These tables
demonstrate what frequency source and accel and decel
parameters can be selected based on the inputs to SW1, SW2
and SW3 at TB2.
If a 0 – 10 Volt or 4 – 20mA frequency source is required, then
the [Freq Select 1] or [Freq Select 2] parameters must be
programmed to select that source. These parameters can be
programmed using the optional Human Interface Module or
through serial communications when using an optional Bulletin
1203 Communication Module. See Appendix C for catalog
numbers of these accessories.
To control frequency from the control terminal block (TB2) an
input is required to SW3 at TB2. The input to SW3 changes the
frequency source from [Freq Select 1] to [Freq Select 2]. The
factory default setting for [Freq Select 2] is the “Remote Pot”.
Frequency Source
Bulletin 1305 drives are functional without the use of the
Human Interface Module (HIM). All control functions can be
performed from the control terminal block (TB2). See Figure
2.5 for control descriptions. Programming must be performed
using a HIM or PLC Remote I/O function. If operating without
a HIM, you must use an external Frequency Source on TB2.
DRIVE OPERATION WITHOUT A
HUMAN INTERFACE MODULE (HIM)
2-17
IMPORTANT: If the [Input Mode] is changed, power must be
cycled to the drive for the change to take effect. The Start and
Reverse functions operate differently for the two different
modes.
The factory default control wire scheme is ‘‘3 Wire” control.
The [Input Mode] parameter can be used to program the drive
to operate using a two wire ‘‘Run Forward/Run Reverse”
control wire scheme. Refer to Chapter 4, Step 10 for
programming instructions. Figures 2.7 through 2.10 show the
wiring diagrams for the different input modes.
ATTENTION: Drive can be permanently
damaged if any EXTERNAL control voltage is
applied to terminals 5 – 8 and 11 – 18. DO NOT
connect drive Common terminals (TB2) to
ground. DO NOT switch these inputs using
non-isolated TTL type circuits. Use dry relay
contacts to switch signal inputs to Common. Only
isolated 4-20mA sources are recommended. There
must be no ground potential difference between
source and drive.
IMPORTANT: All common terminals are tied together within
the drive and internally connected to chassis ground.
Recommended practice is to run all signal wiring in separate
steel conduit.
CONTROL WIRING
Chapter 2 – Installation/Wiring
2-18
Run F/R 2nd A = Run Forward/Reverse, 2nd Acceleration
3w/2nd Acc = Three Wire, 2nd Acceleration
The HIM module is limited in the number of characters in the
LCD display. Definitions of these functions are as follows.
Refer to Chapter 5, Table 5.A for configuration of switches or
inputs to TB2.
3W/2nd Acc and Run F/R 2nd A Control
To use a two wire ‘‘Run Forward/Run Reverse” control
scheme, Bit 0 of the [Direction Mask] must be set to a ‘‘1.”
For proper operation of the “Run Forward/Run Reverse” mode,
install a jumper across terminals 7 and 8 (Stop) and terminals
11 and 12 (Enable).
Two Wire “Run Forward/Run Reverse” Control
The MOP function is a digital solid-state circuit that produces
the same effect as rotating a speed reference potentiometer
with a small DC motor. This permits local (HIM) or remote
(TB2) control of the command frequency.
When using this control scheme, the factory default for the
reverse function is controlled from TB2. To enable Reverse
operation from the HIM or other serial communication
adapters, Bit 0 of the [Direction Mask] parameter must be
changed from “1” to a “0”. See page 5-48. See Chapter 5 for
general programming instructions.
ATTENTION: Use of the JOG terminal requires
a Bulletin 1201 Human Interface Module or other
Device connection to a drive port, otherwise,
improper operation will occur with Bulletin 1305
firmware FRN 2.01 or lower.
IMPORTANT:If a Jog is initiated, the drive will Jog in the
direction last traveled.
IMPORTANT:A stop command can be issued from any
adapter at all times.
IMPORTANT: The drive can still be started from any adapter
(HIM or a serial device) and will run at the last commanded
direction unless the start, jog and reverse functions of that
adapter have been disabled (See [Start Mask], [Direction
Mask] and [Jog Mask]. See page 5-48 and 5-49.
MOP Function
Three Wire Control
Chapter 2 – Installation/Wiring
Remote
Pot
24VDC Source
(User Supplied)
➀➃
➀
➄
0-10 Volts
10
9
6
7
8
5
4
2
3
1
20
18 SW3➂
19
16 SW1➂
17 SW2➂
15 Common
13 Reverse➂
14 Jog ➂
11 Enable➂
12 Common
Stop➂
Output
#1
Shield
Common
(Connect at drive TB2
only)
Typical for Shield Connections
Momentary input
Maintained input
Wires must be
shielded
0-10 Volts
24VDC Source
(User Supplied)
Run
Reverse
➀➃ Jumper
Run
For➀ ➁ ward
Jumper
Remote
Pot
10
9
6
7
8
5
4
2
3
1
20
18 SW3➂
19
16 SW1➂
17 SW2➂
15 Common
13 Reverse➂
14 Jog ➂
Enable➂
12 Common
11
Stop ➂
Output
#1
(Sink)
Output #2
0-10V Output
Start ➂
Common
Common
4-20mA Input
2-19
Source
Wiper or 0-10VDC Input
Figure 2.8 Terminal Block (TB2) Designations – Two Wire
Control Operation
[Input Mode]=“Run Fwd/Rev” or [Input Mode]=“Run F/R 2nd A”
See Table 2.F and notes on page 2-21.
(Sink)
Output #2
0-10V Output
Start ➂
Common
Common
4-20mA Input
Source
Wiper or 0-10VDC Input
Figure 2.7 Terminal Block (TB2) Designations
[Input Mode] = “Three Wire” or [Input Mode]=“3 w/2nd Acc.”
Customer Side
Chapter 2 – Installation/Wiring
Customer Side
➀➃
➀
➄
0-10 Volts
2-20
24VDC Source
(User Supplied)
Customer Side
Remote
Pot
Common
Stop➂
6
7
8
11
0-10V Output
5
10
9
4-20mA Input
4
Shield
Common
(Connect at drive TB2 only)
Typical for Shield Connections
Momentary input
Maintained input
Wires must be
shielded
0-10 Volts
Run
Reverse
Jumper
24VDC Source
(User Supplied)
➀➃
Run
For➀ ➁ward
Jumper
Remote
Pot
11
0-10V Output
10
9
8
18 Frequency Source➂ ➅
19
(Sink)
20
Output #2
16 MOP Increment➂ ➅
17 MOP Decrement➂ ➅
15 Common
13 Reverse➂
14 Jog ➂
Enable➂
Common
12
Stop➂
Output
#1
Common
Start ➂
4-20mA Input
5
6
7
Common
4
Source
Wiper or 0-10VDC Input
2
3
1
Figure 2.10 Terminal Block (TB2) Designations – Two Wire
Control Operation [Input Mode] = “Run F/R MOP”
See Table 2.F and notes on page 2-21.
18 Frequency Source➂ ➅
19
(Sink)
20
Output #2
16 MOP Increment ➂ ➅
17 MOP Decrement➂ ➅
15 Common
13 Reverse➂
14 Jog ➂
Enable➂
Common
12
Output
#1
Start ➂
Common
Source
Wiper or 0-10VDC Input
2
3
1
Figure 2.9 Terminal Block (TB2) Designations
[Input Mode] = “3 Wire/MOP”
Chapter 2 – Installation/Wiring
Customer Side
10 kΩ Potentiometer, 2 Watts
Drive Input Impedance = 100 kΩ
Drive Input Impedance = 250 Ω
Meter Impedance 4 kΩ
Contact Closure Input ➂
Contact Closure Input ➂
Resistive Rating = 115 VAC/30 VDC, 5A
Inductive Rating = 115 VAC/30 VDC, 2A
Contact Closure Input ➂➃
Contact Closure Input ➂
Contact Closure Input ➂
Contact Closure Input ➂
Contact Closure Input ➂
Contact Closure Input ➂
24V DC "20%, 50 mAmps Max. (Sink)
External Speed Pot
0-10V Analog Input
4-20mA Analog Input
0-10V Analog Output
Start
Stop
Programmable Output 1
Drive Enable
Reverse
Jog
SW1
SW2
SW3
Programmable Output 2
1, 2, 3
2,3
4,3
5, 3
6, 7
8, 7
9, 10
11, 12
13, 12
14, 15
16, 15
17, 15
18, 15
19, 20
D Belden 9460 (or equiv.) - 18 AWG (0.750 mm2), twisted
pair, shielded.
D Belden 8770 (or equiv.) - 18 AWG (0.750 mm2), 3
conductor, shielded.
D Belden 8760 (or equiv.) - 18 AWG (0.750 mm2), twisted
pair, shielded.
The recommended control signal wire is:
Specification
Terminal No(s) Signal
Table 2.F Control Terminal Block (TB2) Descriptions
➄
➅
motor will coast to a stop.
A Start command will override any Jog command.
See Table 5.C on Page 5-32 for more information.
2-21
Notes:
➀ Required to operate drive. STOP also used to clear a fault.
➁ Use HIM Stop button to clear faults.
➂ Contact Closure Input. Internal 5V supply. DO NOT apply external voltage.
➃ When the ENABLE signal is lost, the drive output immediately shuts off and the
ATTENTION: Signal common is internally
connected to chassis ground. Do not use cable
shields as signal current paths.
ATTENTION: Use of the JOG terminal requires
a Bulletin 1201 Human Interface Module or other
Device connection to a drive port, otherwise,
improper operation will occur with Bulletin 1305
firmware FRN 2.01 or lower.
IMPORTANT: Control inputs to two or more drives should
NOT be connected in parallel.
Recommended practice is to run all signal wiring in a separate
steel conduit. The shield wire must only be connected at the
drive.
Chapter 2 – Installation/Wiring
2-22
Applications with non-inverter duty motors or any motor with
exceptionally long leads may require an output inductor or
cable terminator. An inductor or terminator will help limit
reflection to the motor, to levels which are less than the motor
insulation value.
Inverter duty motors with phase-to-phase insulation ratings of
1600 volts or higher should be used to minimize effects of
reflected wave on motor insulation life.
Voltage doubling at motor terminals, known as reflected wave
phenomenon, standing wave or transmission line effect, can
occur when using drives with long motor cables.
Optional Cable Terminator
CABLE TERMINATION
ATTENTION: Any disconnecting means wired
to drive output terminals U, V and W must be
capable of disabling the drive if opened during
drive operation. If opened during drive operation,
the drive will continue to produce output voltage
between U, V, W. An auxiliary contact must be
used to simultaneously disable the drive or output
component damage may occur.
Drive Output Disconnection
OUTPUT DEVICES
Chapter 2 – Installation/Wiring
For application of an output contactor to a 1305 drive, please
contact Allen-Bradley.
Output Contactor
IMPORTANT: By using an output reactor the effective motor
voltage will be lower because of the voltage drop across the
reactor – this may also mean a reduction of the motor torque.
The reactors listed in Catalog A111 can be used for the drive
input and output. These reactors are specifically constructed to
accommodate IGBT inverter applications with switching
frequencies up to 20 kHz. They have a UL approved dielectric
strength of 4000 volts, opposed to a normal rating of 2500
volts. The first two and last two turns of each coil are triple
insulated to guard against insulation breakdown resulting from
high dv/dt. When using output line reactors, it is recommended
that the drive PWM frequency be set to its lowest value to
minimize losses in the reactors. See Table 2.E.
Optional Output Reactor
Table 2.D lists the maximum recommended cable length for
unterminated cables, since the voltage doubling phenomenon
occurs at different lengths for different drive ratings. If your
installation requires longer motor cable lengths, a reactor or
cable terminator is recommended.
The maximum mounting distance between any two adapters
connected to the drive is 10 meters. Refer to Figure 2.11.
Adapter Mounting Distance
D Port 2 equals Adapter 2. However, if a splitter is used to
expand the number of Adapters to 3, 4 or 5 the splitter will
be marked with the appropriate Adapter numbers.
D Port 1 equals Adapter 1.
The Adapter address is determined as follows:
The total current draw of all adapters should not exceed
250mA. Refer to the data sheet or nameplate of each adapter
for the amount of current needed for the adapter to operate.
IMPORTANT: A maximum of five adapters can communicate
to the drive.
D Future adapter devices
D Communication Modules
D Human Interface Modules
An adapter is any device connected to the drive’s serial port.
Typical devices include:
ADAPTERS
Chapter 2 – Installation/Wiring
2-23
2-24
Adapter 1
Adapter 1
Splitter
Adapter 3
Communication
Module
Adapter 2
➁ Use Cables 1202-C**. See Appendix C.
➀ Use Cables 1202-H**. See Appendix C.
D
C
Male-Male
Cable
➁ Male-Male
Cable
➁
Bulletin 1202 cable
A + B + C 10 Meters
A + B + D 10 Meters
C + D 10 Meters
Maximum Distance
2
N
B
3
Male-Male
Cable ➁
Port 2
Pull back connector to disconnect cable from the adapter device or Port 2 connection.
A + B 10 Meters
Maximum Distance
➀ Male-Female Cable
A
A
➀ Male-Female Cable
Port 1
Adapter 2
➁ Male-Male Cable
Port 1
B
Port 2
Figure 2.11 Adapter Mounting Distance and Cable Connections
Chapter 2 – Installation/Wiring
When power is first applied to the drive, the HIM will cycle
through a series of displays. These displays will show drive
name, HIM ID number and communication status. Upon
completion, the Status Display will be shown. This display
shows the current status of the drive (i.e. “Stopped,”
“Running,” etc.) or any faults that may be present (“Serial
Fault,” etc.). If the HIM software is Series A version 3.00 and
HIM OPERATION
IMPORTANT: The operation of some HIM functions will
depend upon drive parameter settings. The default parameter
values allow full HIM functionality.
When the drive mounted HIM is supplied, it will be connected
as Adapter 1 (see Adapter in Chapter 2) and visible from the
front of the drive. The HIM can be divided into two sections;
Display Panel and Control Panel. The Display Panel provides a
means of programming the drive and viewing the various
operating parameters. The Control Panel allows different drive
functions to be controlled. Refer to Figure 3.1 and the sections
that follow for a description of the panels.
HIM DESCRIPTION
Chapter 3 describes the various controls and indicators found
on the optional Human Interface Module (HIM) of the Bulletin
1305 AC Drive. The material presented in this chapter must be
understood to perform the start-up procedure in Chapter 4.
Chapter Objectives
Human Interface Module
3
SEL
JOG
Control
Panel
Display
Panel
3-1
From this display, pressing any one of the five Display Panel
keys will cause “Choose Mode” to be displayed. Pressing the
Increment or Decrement keys will allow different modes shown
in Figure 3.3.
ESC
Figure 3.1 Human Interface Module
above or Series B version 1.01 and above (see back of HIM),
the Status Display, Process Display or Password Login menu
can be selected as the power-up display or menu. See
appropriate sections on the following pages for more
information.
Chapter
Enter
When pressed, a group or parameter will be selected
or a parameter value will be entered into memory.
After a parameter has been entered into memory, the
top line of the display will automatically become
active, allowing another parameter (or group) to be
chosen.
Increment/Decrement
These keys are used to increment and
decrement a value or scroll through different
groups or parameters.
Select
Pressing the SEL key alternately moves the cursor to
the next active area. A flashing first character
indicates which line is active.
3-2
IMPORTANT:The following information is correct as shipped
from the factory. Reprogramming of mask parameters can mask
out control of some of these functions.
Control Panel Descriptions
SEL
Display Panel Descriptions
ESC Escape
When pressed, the ESC key will cause the
programming system to go back one level in the
menu structure.
Chapter 3 – Human Interface Module
JOG
IMPORTANT:A start command from another source
will override the jog command.
IMPORTANT:If the drive is running prior to issuing
a jog command, the jog command will be ignored.
Jog
When pressed, jog will be initiated at the frequency
set by the [Jog Frequency] parameter, if no other
control devices are sending a Stop command.
Releasing the key will cause the drive to stop, using
the selected stop mode. Refer to [Stop Select], [Logic
Mask] and [Jog Mask].
Stop
If the drive is running, pressing the Stop key will
cause the drive to stop, using the selected stop mode.
Refer to the [Stop Select] in Chapter 5.
If the drive has stopped due to a fault, pressing this
key will clear the fault and reset the drive. Refer to
the [Flt Clear Mode], [Logic Mask] and [Fault
Mask] parameters.
Start
The Start key will initiate drive operation if no other
control devices are sending a Stop command. This
key can be disabled by the [Logic Mask] or [Start
Mask].
Steady ON
OFF
Steady ON
Flashing
OFF
Steady ON
Flashing
Steady ON
Changing Direction, Decelerating “Forward”, Will
Begin to Accelerate “Reverse”
Changing Direction, Decelerating “Reverse”, Will
Begin to Accelerate “Forward”
Rotating “Reverse”
Rotating “Forward”
Direction LEDs (Indicators)
These LEDs illuminate to indicate the direction of
motor rotation.
Change Direction
Pressing this key will cause the drive to ramp down to
0 Hz and then ramp up to set speed in the opposite
direction. The appropriate Direction Indicator will
illuminate to indicate the direction of motor rotation.
Refer to [Logic Mask] and [Direction Mask]. Note
that the factory default for control of the reverse
function is the reverse input at the TB2 control
terminal block. To enable the HIM control of the
reverse function, change Bit 0 of the [Direction
Mask] parameter to “0” to disable the reverse
function at TB2.
Control Panel Descriptions (continued)
3-3
Illuminates in steps to give an approximate visual
indication of the commanded speed.
If the Analog Speed Potentiometer option has been
ordered, the Increment/Decrement keys and Speed
Indicator LEDs will be replaced by the pot.
(only available with digital speed control)
Speed Indicator LEDs
Pressing these keys will increase or decrease the HIM
frequency command. An indication of this command
will be shown on the visual Speed Indicator LEDs.
The drive will run at this command if the HIM is the
selected frequency reference. See [Freq Select 1/2].
Pressing both keys simultaneously stores the current
HIM frequency command in HIM memory. The
Speed Indicator LEDs will flash momentarily to
indicate a successful save (if speed is above 20
percent). Cycling power or connecting the HIM to the
drive will set the frequency command to the value
stored in HIM memory.
If the Analog Speed Potentiometer option has been
ordered, the Increment/Decrement keys and Speed
Indicator will be replaced by the pot.
(only available with digital speed control)
Increment/Decrement Arrows
Chapter 3 – Human Interface Module
3. To reinsert the HIM, place the top edge of the HIM about 15
mm (1/2 in.) from the top edge of the cover. Push inward on
the bottom of the HIM and slide the HIM up into position.
B. Remove the HIM from the drive with the drive running, by
masking out the [Logic Mask] bit that identifies the adapter
address of the HIM. Refer to Figure 2.11 to identify the
adapter address for the HIM or view the HIM ID# on the
display as the unit is powered up. The ID # corresponds to the
adapter address. Refer to page 5-48 for programming
instructions on the [Logic Mask] parameter. For HIM
software, Series A version 3.00 and above or Series B version
1.01 and above, you can enter the Control Status menu and
Enable/Disable the Control Logic bit.
3-4
IMPORTANT:If the [Logic Mask] bit of the adapter is not
masked out (set to “0”), and the HIM is removed, a
communication fault will occur and the drive will be disabled.
However, if the HIM removed is the active frequency source,
the drive will issue a “Hz Error” fault (F29).
2. Press the retaining lever located directly beneath the HIM,
slide the HIM downward and remove it from the drive.
A. Disconnect power from the drive and remove the HIM as
outlined in steps 1 and 2, or
Hinged
Panel
Retaining Lever
Figure 3.2 HIM Removal
1. Lower the hinged panel located below the HIM.
IMPORTANT: When the [Logic Mask] bit for an adapter is
changed from ‘‘1” to ‘‘0” it disables all command functions for
that adapter with the exception of the Stop command and
frequency reference.
In addition to mounting directly on the drive, the HIM can be
used as a hand held programmer or it can be mounted on the
front of an enclosure. The HIM can be removed from the drive
in one of two methods:
HIM REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
Chapter 3 – Human Interface Module
For Series B HIM Software Version 1.01 and Above, uploading
and downloading of drive parameters may be performed.
This mode allows all parameters to be reset to the factory
default settings.
EEPROM
Program mode provides access to the complete listing of
parameters available for programming. Refer to Chapter 5 for
further parameter programming information.
Program
The Process mode allows a “configurable” display to be
programmed. One user selected parameter can be displayed
with programmed text and scaling. Refer to Chapter 5 for
further information.
3-5
The Password mode protects the drive parameters against
programming changes by unauthorized personnel. When a
password has been assigned, access to the Program and
EEPROM modes can only be gained when the correct password
has been entered. The password can be any five digit number
between 00000 and 65535. Refer to the example on page 3-18.
Password
IMPORTANT: Clearing the Fault Queue will not clear an
active fault.
Permits the [Logic Mask] parameter to be disabled/enabled
allowing HIM removal while drive power is applied. This menu
also provides access to a fault queue which will list the last four
faults that have occurred. “Trip” displayed with a fault
indicates the actual fault that tripped the drive. A clear function
clears the queue.
Control Status (Series A HIM Software Version 3.00 and
Above or Series B HIM Software Version 1.01 and Above Only)
When selected, the Display mode allows any of the parameters
to be viewed. However, parameter modifications are not
allowed.
Process
This mode will search for parameters that are not at their
default values.
Search (Series A HIM Software Version 3.00 and Above or Series B HIM Software Version 1.01 and Above Only)
Display
The HIM has up to seven different modes. Refer to Figure 3.3.
HIM MODES
Chapter 3 – Human Interface Module
3-6
➂
➁
➀
Parameter
(See Chapter 5)
Parameter Groups
(See Chapter 5)
Process Display
Process
Program➀
(Read/Write)
or
or
or
EEPROM➀
‘‘Choose Mode”
SEL
or
Reset Defaults, Recall Values,
Save Values, Upload Parameters➂,
Download Parameters➂
ESC
Power-Up &
Status Display
Access to the Program and EEPROM modes, and the Control Logic and Clear Fault Queue,
will be disabled if the password is Logged out.
Series A HIM Software Version 3.00 and Above or Series B HIM Software Version 1.01 and
Above only.
Series B HIM Software Version 1.01 and Above only.
Display
(Read Only)
This flow chart serves as a guide to the key
strokes required for movement throughout the
menu levels.
Figure 3.3 HIM Programming Steps
Chapter 3 – Human Interface Module
Search➁
(Read only)
Login, Logout
Modify
Control Logic➀,
Fault Queue
PARAMETER LEVEL
GROUP LEVEL
Password
Control Status➁
MODE LEVEL
OPERATOR LEVEL
or
or
or
ACTION
DESCRIPTION
f. Press the Increment (or Decrement) key to scroll to the desired
parameter.
e. Press Enter.
d. Press the Increment (or Decrement) key until the desired group is
displayed.
Output Current
0.00 Amps
Choose Group
Metering
Choose Mode
Program
b. Press the Increment (or Decrement) key to show “Program”
(or “Display”).
c. Press Enter.
Choose Mode
Display
HIM DISPLAY
a. From the Status Display, press Enter (or any key). “Choose Mode” will
be shown.
❏ 1. The Display and Program modes allow access to the parameters for
viewing or programming.
PROGRAM AND DISPLAY MODES
Chapter 3 – Human Interface Module
3-7
3-8
SEL
or
Changing Digits
ACTION
DESCRIPTION
Flashing = Modify
Accel Time
99.9 Secs
b. Press the SEL key to view the first bit. Pressing this key again will
move the cursor to the left one bit or digit.
Individual bits of a Read/Write parameter can be changed. Pressing the
SEL key will move the cursor (flashing character) one bit to the left.
That bit can then be changed by pressing the Increment/Decrement
keys. When the cursor is in the far right position, pressing the
Increment/Decrement keys will increment or decrement the entire
value.
Choose Group
Setup
HIM DISPLAY
a. Select a parameter with Increment (or Decrement) keys.
❏ 2. With Series A HIM software versions 3.00 and above, or Series B HIM
software version 1.01 and above, you have the ability to access and
modify each individual bit or digit.
IMPORTANT: This procedure assumes the Password is not set, you
have already logged in, or the device has been set to Defaults.
PROGRAM AND DISPLAY MODES (cont.)
Chapter 3 – Human Interface Module
SEL
or
Bit ENUMs
ACTION
DESCRIPTION
b. Press the SEL key to view the ENUM of the first bit. Pressing this key
again will move the cursor to the left one bit or digit and view the next
bit’s ENUM.
a. From the Choose Group menu, use the Increment/Decrement key to
select the Masks group. Press Enter.
❏ 3. With Series A HIM software versions 3.00 and above, or Series B HIM
software version 1.01 and above, and Drive software 4.01 and above, bit
ENUMs (16 character text strings) will be displayed to aid interpretation
of bit parameters.
PROGRAM AND DISPLAY MODES (cont.)
Chapter 3 – Human Interface Module
Flashing
Adapter 4
X1111111
Choose Group
Mask
HIM DISPLAY
3-9
3-10
Process Par
1
Process Scale
+1.00
Process Text 1
V
c. Using the Increment/Decrement keys, select [Process Par] and enter
the number of the parameter you wish to monitor. Press Enter.
d. Select [Process Scale] using the Increment/Decrement keys. Enter the
desired scaling factor. Press Enter.
e. Select [Process Text 1] using the Increment/Decrement keys. Enter the
desired text character. Press Enter and repeat for the remaining
characters.
or
or
or
Choose Group
Process Display
b. Press the Increment/Decrement key until “Process Display” is shown.
Press Enter.
or
HIM DISPLAY
Choose Mode
Program
❏ 1. When selected, the Process mode will show a custom display consisting of
information programmed with the Process Display group of parameters.
DESCRIPTION
a. Complete steps a – c on page 3-7 to access the Program mode.
ACTION
PROCESS MODE
Chapter 3 – Human Interface Module
ESC
ESC
SEL
press
or
ACTION
PROCESS MODE (cont.)
g. With Series A HIM Software Versions 3.00 and above or Series B HIM
Software Versions 1.01 and above. the user has the ability to save the
Process Display for power up. To do this, simultaneously press
Increment and Decrement keys on programming panel.
f. When process programming is complete, press ESC until “Choose
Mode” is displayed. Press Increment/Decrement until “Process” is
displayed. Press Enter to get process value.
DESCRIPTION
Chapter 3 – Human Interface Module
+0.00 V
Choose Mode
Process
HIM DISPLAY
3-11
3-12
ESC
or
or
Reset Defaults
ACTION
EEPROM MODE
DESCRIPTION
IMPORTANT: If [Input Mode] was previously set to a value other
than “1,” cycle drive power to reset.
g. Press the Stop key to reset the fault.
f. Press ESC. “Reprogram Fault” will display.
e. Press Enter to restore all parameters to their original factory settings.
d. Press the Increment (or Decrement) key until “Reset Defaults” is
displayed.
c. Press Enter.
b. Press the Increment (or Decrement) key until “EEPROM” is displayed.
If EEPROM is not in the menu, programming is password protected.
Refer to Password Mode later in this section.
a. From the Status Display, press Enter (or any key). “Choose Mode” will
be displayed.
To restore factory defaults:
❏ 1. The EEPROM mode is used to restore all settings to factory default values
or to upload or download parameters between the HIM and the drive.
(Parameter upload or download requires a Series B HIM).
Chapter 3 – Human Interface Module
Stopped
+0.00 Hz
Reprogram Fault
F 48
EEProm
Reset Defaults
Choose Mode
EEProm
Choose Mode
Display
HIM DISPLAY
SEL
or
or
Drive → HIM
ACTION
DESCRIPTION
f. A successful upload will be indicated by “Completed” displayed on line
2 of the HIM. Press Enter. If “Error” is displayed, see Chapter 6.
e. Press Enter to start the upload. The parameter number currently being
uploaded will be displayed on line 1 of the HIM. Line 2 will indicate
total progress. Press ESC to stop the upload.
d. Press Enter. An informational display will be shown, indicating the
drive type and firmware version.
c. To give a profile a name, use the SEL key to move the cursor right and
use the Increment/Decrement keys to change the characters. When
done, press Enter to save the name.
b. Press Enter. Use the Increment/Decrement keys to choose between
profile 1 or profile 2.
a. From the EEPROM menu, press the Increment/Decrement keys until
“Drive → HIM” is displayed.
❏ 2. To upload a parameter profile from the drive to the HIM, you must have a
Series B HIM.
EEPROM MODE (cont.)
Chapter 3 – Human Interface Module
Drive→HIM 143
COMPLETE
Drive→HIM 45
|||||
AC Drive
Version 2.01
Drive→HIM
1 A
Drive→HIM
1
EEprom
Drive→HIM
HIM DISPLAY
3-13
3-14
or
or
HIM → Drive
ACTION
DESCRIPTION
AC Drive
2.01 → 2.02
HIM→Drive 45
|||||
HIM→Drive 143
Completed
d. Press Enter to start the download. The parameter number currently
being downloaded will be displayed on line 1 of the HIM. Line 2 will
indicate total progress. Press ESC to stop the download.
e. A successful download will be indicated by “Completed” displayed on
line 2 of the HIM. Press Enter. If “Error” is displayed, see Chapter 6.
HIM→Drive
1
EEprom
HIM→Drive
HIM DISPLAY
c. Once the desired profile name is displayed, press the Enter key. An
informational display will be shown, indicating the version numbers of
the profile and drive.
b. Press the Enter key. A profile name will be displayed on line 2 of the
HIM. Pressing the Increment/Decrement keys will scroll the display to a
second profile (if available).
a. From the EEPROM menu, press the Increment/Decrement keys until
“HIM → Drive” is displayed.
IMPORTANT: The download function will only be available when there
is a valid profile stored in the HIM.
❏ 3. To download a parameter profile from the HIM to the drive, you must
have a Series B HIM.
EEPROM MODE (cont.)
Chapter 3 – Human Interface Module
or
or
Search
ACTION
SEARCH MODE
d. Press the Increment (or Decrement) key to scroll through the list.
c. Press Enter. The HIM will search through all parameters and display
any parameters that are not at their factory default values.
b. Press the Increment (or Decrement) key until “Search” is displayed.
a. From the Status Display, press Enter (or any key). “Choose Mode” will
be shown.
This mode allows you to search through the linear parameter list and
display all parameters that are not at the factory default values. The Search
mode is a read only function.
❏ 1. The Search mode is only available with Series A HIM software version
3.00 and above or Series B HIM software version 1.01 and above.
DESCRIPTION
Chapter 3 – Human Interface Module
Choose Mode
Search
Choose Mode
Display
HIM DISPLAY
3-15
3-16
SEL
or
or
or
Control Logic
ACTION
DESCRIPTION
Control Status
Control Logic
Control Logic
Disabled
c. Select “Control Logic” using the Increment/Decrement keys. Press
Enter.
d. Press the SEL key, then use the Increment (or Decrement) key to select
“Disabled” (or “Enable”).
e. Press Enter. The logic mask is now disabled (or enabled).
Choose Mode
Control Status
Choose Mode
Display
HIM DISPLAY
b. Press the Increment (or Decrement) key until “Control Status” is
displayed. Press Enter.
a. From the Status Display, press Enter (or any key). “Choose Mode” will
be shown.
This mode allows the drive logic mask to be disabled, thus preventing a
Serial Fault when the HIM is removed with drive power applied.
❏ 1. The Control Status mode is only available with Series A HIM software
version 3.00 and above or Series B HIM software version 1.01 and above.
CONTROL STATUS MODE
Chapter 3 – Human Interface Module
ESC
or
or
or
or
Fault Queue/
Clear Faults
ACTION
DESCRIPTION
IMPORTANT: Clearing the Fault Queue will not clear an active fault.
f. To clear the fault queue, press ESC. Then use the Increment/Decrement
keys to select “Clear Queue”. Press Enter.
Fault Queue
Clear Queue
3-17
Buffer Number
Location
Serial Fault
F
10 Trip 1
d. Press Enter. The fault queue will be displayed. “Trip” displayed with a
fault will indicate the fault that tripped the drive.
e. Use the Increment (or Decrement) key to scroll through the list.
Fault Queue
View Faults
Control Status
Fault Queue
HIM DISPLAY
c. Press Increment (or Decrement) key until “View Faults” is displayed.
b. Press Enter.
a. From the Control Status menu, press the Increment (or Decrement) key
until “Fault Queue” is displayed.
❏ 2. This menu provides a means to view the fault queue and clear it when
desired.
CONTROL STATUS MODE (cont.)
Chapter 3 – Human Interface Module
SEL
or
or
h. Press Enter again to return to the Password Mode.
g. Press Enter to save your new password.
Password
Login
Choose Mode
Password
Enter Password
< 123>
Enter Password
< 0>
e. Press Enter. “Enter Password” will be displayed.
f. Press the Increment (or Decrement) key to scroll to your desired new
password. With Series A HIM software versions 3.00 and above or
Series B HIM software version 1.01 and above, the SEL key allows
each digit to be selected and changed individually.
Password
Modify
Choose Mode
Password
Choose Mode
Display
HIM DISPLAY
d. Press the Increment (or Decrement) key until “Modify” is displayed.
c. Press Enter.
b. Press the Increment (or Decrement) key until “Password” is displayed.
a. From the Status Display, press Enter (or any key). “Choose Mode” will
be shown.
❏ 1. The factory default password is 0 (which disables password protection). To
change the password and enable password protection, perform the
following steps.
DESCRIPTION
Login is used to enter the password for access to the Program, Control Logic, Clear
Fault Queue, and EEPROM modes.
3-18
➀
➀
Login
Modify
or
Setting Password
ACTION
PASSWORD MODE
Chapter 3 – Human Interface Module
➁
SEL
Press
or
k. With Series A HIM software versions 3.00 and above or Series B HIM
software version 1.01 and above, the Password Login menu can be
programmed to appear when drive power is applied. To save the
Password Login menu as the power-up menu, simultaneously press the
Increment and Decrement keys while the Password display is active.
j. Press Enter to log out of the Password mode.
i. Press the Increment (or Decrement) key until “Logout” is displayed.
DESCRIPTION
Logout is used to disable access to the Program, Control Logic, Clear Fault Queue, and
EEPROM modes.
ESC
➁ Logout
ACTION
PASSWORD MODE (cont.)
Chapter 3 – Human Interface Module
Choose Mode
Password
Password
Logout
HIM DISPLAY
3-19
3-20
or
or
Login to the Drive
ACTION
DESCRIPTION
Enter Password
<
0>
d. Press Enter, “Enter Password” will be displayed.
g. The Program and EEPROM modes will now be accessible. To prevent
future access to program changes, Logout as described in step 3.
f. Press Enter.
Choose Mode
Password
Enter Password
<
123>
Password
Login
c. Press Enter. “Login” will be displayed.
e. Press the Increment (or Decrement) key until your correct password is
displayed. With Series A HIM software versions 3.00 and above or
Series B HIM software version 1.01 and above, the SEL key allows
each digit to be selected and changed individually.
Choose Mode
Password
HIM DISPLAY
b. Press the Increment (or Decrement) key until “Password” is displayed.
a. From the Status Display, press Enter (or any key). “Choose Mode” will
be shown.
❏ 2. The Program and EEPROM modes, and the Clear Fault Queue menu, are
now password protected and will not appear in the menu. To access these
modes, perform the following steps.
PASSWORD MODE (cont.)
Chapter 3 – Human Interface Module
DESCRIPTION
or
or
e. Press Enter to log out of the Password mode.
Choose Mode
Password
Password
Logout
Password
Login
c. Press Enter.
d. Press the Increment (or Decrement) key until “Logout” is displayed.
Choose Mode
Password
HIM DISPLAY
b. Press the Increment (or Decrement) key until “Password” is displayed.
a. From the Status Display, press Enter (or any key). “Choose Mode” will
be shown.
Logout from the Drive ❏ 3. To prevent unauthorized changes to parameters, Logout must be
performed as described below.
ACTION
PASSWORD MODE (cont.)
Chapter 3 – Human Interface Module
3-21
3-22
This Page Intentionally Left Blank.
Chapter 3 – Human Interface Module
IMPORTANT:The parameters in the Set Up Group (page
5-8) should be reviewed and reprogrammed as necessary for
basic operation.
The following start-up procedure is written for users who have
a Human Interface Module (HIM) installed in the drive
(Port 1). For users without a HIM, external commands and
signals must be substituted.
START-UP PROCEDURE
This start-up procedure covers only those most commonly
adjusted values, all of which appear in the Setup Group.
IMPORTANT: The drive is designed so that start-up is simple
and efficient. The programmable parameters are grouped
logically so that most start-ups can be accomplished by
adjusting parameters in only one group. Advanced features and
adjustments are grouped separately. This eliminates having to
step through unneeded parameters on initial start-up.
This chapter describes the steps needed to start-up the drive.
Included in the procedure are typical adjustments and checks to
assure proper operation. The information contained in previous
chapters of this manual must be read and understood before
proceeding.
CHAPTER OBJECTIVES
Start-Up
4
D Refer to Chapter 6 for fault code information.
D Confirm that all circuits are in a de-energized state before
applying power. User supplied voltages may exist at TB2
even when power is not applied to the drive.
4-1
D Power must be applied to the drive when viewing or
changing parameters. Previous programming may effect the
drive status when power is applied.
IMPORTANT:
ATTENTION: Power must be applied to the
drive to perform the following start-up procedure.
Some of the voltages present are at incoming line
potential. To avoid electric shock hazard or
damage to equipment, only qualified service
personnel should perform the following
procedure. Thoroughly read and understand the
procedure before beginning. If an event does not
occur while performing this procedure, Do Not
Proceed. Remove Power by opening the branch
circuit disconnect device and correct the
malfunction before continuing.
Chapter
4-2
Apply
Power to Drive
ACTION
ATTENTION: Proceed with caution. A DC Bus
Voltage may be present at the Power Terminal
Block (TB1) even when power is removed from
the drive.
❏ 6.Replace the drive cover.
d.) The LCD Display should light and display a drive status of ‘‘Stopped”
and an output frequency of ‘‘+0.00 Hz.”
c.) Series letter of drive is displayed.
b.) Communication status.
❏ 7. When power is first applied to the drive, the following information will be
momentarily displayed:
a.) The HIM ID# (Adapter #) and firmware version number.
Stopped
+0.00 Hz
AC DRIVE
Series X
HIM ID #
Connected
HIM ID #
Connecting...
HIM ID #
Version X.XX
HIM DISPLAY
❏ 5.If the HIM has a Control Panel, use the local controls to
complete the start-up procedure. If a Control Panel is not
present, remote devices must be used to operate the drive.
❏ 4.Confirm that all other optional inputs are connected to the
correct terminals and are secure.
❏ 3.Verify that the Stop and Enable inputs are connected.
DESCRIPTION
❏ 2.Disconnect and lock-out all incoming power to the drive
including incoming AC power to terminals L1, L2 and L3 (R,
S and T) plus any separate control power for remote interface
devices. Remove the drive cover and verify the motor leads
are disconnected from the Power Terminal Block (TB1),
terminals T1, T2 and T3 (U, V, W). Refer to Chapter 2 for
terminal location.
❏ 1.Verify that AC line power at the disconnect device is within
the rated value of the drive.
Initial Operation - Motor Disconnected
Chapter 4 – Start–Up
[Input Mode] Selection
Reset Factory Defaults
❏ 9. IMPORTANT: The remaining steps in this procedure are based on
factory default parameter settings. If the drive has been previously
operated, parameter settings may have been changed and may not be
compatible with this start-up procedure or application. Refer to page 3-12
to reset to factory defaults.
❏ 10. The factory default [Input Mode] is “3 wire” control as described in
Chapter 2. If the factory default setting is sufficient, then skip to Step 11.
If another control scheme is desired, change the [Input Mode] parameter
by performing the following procedure.
❏ 8. If the HIM and drive are not communicating properly, ‘‘Connection Fail”
may be displayed on line 2. If this occurs remove the HIM from the drive
and reinsert. See Page 3-4 for HIM Removal instructions. If this does not
correct the problem or another fault message is displayed, record the
information and remove all power. Determine and correct the fault source
before proceeding. Refer to Chapter 6 for fault descriptions.
Chapter 4 – Start–Up
AC DRIVE
Connection Fail
4-3
4-4
ESC
or
SEL
or
Chapter 4 – Start–Up
Input Mode
Run Fwd/Rev
h.) Press the Increment or Decrement key until the correct mode is
displayed, then press enter. The first character of line 1 should now be
flashing.
IMPORTANT:If the [Input Mode] is changed, power must be cycled for the
change to take effect.
Stopped
+0.00 Hz
Input Mode
3 Wire
g.) Press SEL. The first character of line 2 will now flash.
i.) Press the ESC key (3 times) to return to the Status Display.
Input Mode
3 Wire
Choose Group
Set Up
Choose Group
Metering
Choose Mode
Program
Choose Mode
Display
f.) Press the Increment or Decrement key until the [Input Mode]
parameter is displayed.
e.) Press Enter.
d.) Press the Increment key again until the ‘‘Set Up” Group is displayed.
c.) Press Enter. The parameter group ‘‘Metering” will be displayed.
a.) From the Status Display, press the Enter key (or any key). ‘‘Choose
Mode” will be displayed.
b.) Press the Increment (or Decrement) key until ‘‘Program” is displayed.
❑ 10. INPUT MODE SELECTION (continued)
ESC
or
or
or
or
h.) After the command has been set to 0 Hz, press the ESC key until the
Status Display is shown.
g.) If the frequency command is a value other than 0 Hz, use the speed
source (digital up-down keys on Control Panel) to set the command to
0 Hz.
f.) Press the Increment or Decrement key until [Freq Command] is
displayed.
e.) Press Enter.
d.) Press the Increment or Decrement key again until “Metering” is
displayed.
c.) Press Enter.
b.) Press the Increment or Decrement key until “Display” is shown.
a.) From the Status Display, press the Enter key (or any key). “Choose
Mode” will be displayed.
If the HIM has Digital Up-Down keys for frequency control then perform
the following:
❏ 11. Setting Frequency Command to 0 Hz
If the HIM has an analog potentiometer option, turn the potentiometer
fully counter clockwise and skip to Step 12.
Chapter 4 – Start–Up
Stopped
+0.00 Hz
Freq Command
+0.00 Hz
Output Current
0.00 Amps
Choose Group
Metering
Choose Group
Set Up
Choose Mode
Display
Choose Mode
Program
4-5
4-6
Restore Enable Signal
Open Enable Signal
or
Chapter 4 – Start–Up
c.) Stop the drive.
b.) Restart the drive by pressing the Start key.
a.) With the drive still running, open the Enable signal. The drive should
stop and indicate “Not Enabled” on the Display Panel. Restore the
Enable signal.
The following steps check for correct drive operation when the Enable
input is removed. Refer to Chapter 2 for terminal designations.
❏ 13. Enable interlock check.
b.) With the drive still running, use the speed source to command
maximum speed. The drive should ramp to 60 Hz. which is the factory
default value for the [Maximum Freq] parameter.
a.) Press the Start key. The drive should output 0 Hz. which is the factory
default value for the [Minimum Freq] parameter. The Status Display
should indicate “At Speed” and the actual frequency (+0.00 Hz.).
❏ 12. Verifying Minimum and Maximum Frequency Settings.
Stopped
+0.00 Hz
Accelerating
+10.00 Hz
Not Enabled
+0.00 Hz
At Speed
+60.00 Hz
At Speed
+60.00 Hz
Accelerating
+29.62 Hz
At Speed
+0.00 Hz
or
Set to Maximum
Frequency
re en y
Release Jog Key
JOG
Press & Hold Jog Key
d.) Stop the drive.
c.) Start the drive and estimate the amount of time the drive takes to
accelerate to maximum frequency. This should equal l0 seconds, which
is the factory default value for the [Accel Time 1] parameter.
b.) Press the Stop key and estimate the amount of time the drive takes to
decelerate from 60 Hz to 0 Hz. This time should equal the time set in
the [Decel Time l] parameter (default is 10 seconds). If these times are
not correct for your application, refer to Chapter 5 for instructions on
programming changes.
a.) Start the drive and use the speed source to command maximum
frequency.
❏ 15. Checking Accel and Decel Times.
a.) With the drive stopped, press and hold the JOG key on the Control
Panel. The drive should accelerate to the frequency programmed by the
[Jog Frequency] parameter and remain there until the JOG key is
released. When released, the drive should “Ramp to Stop” which is the
factory default stopping method for the [Stop Select] parameter.
❏ 14. Jog Control Check.
Chapter 4 – Start–Up
At Speed
+60.00 Hz
Accelerating
+10.00 Hz
Stopped
+0.00 Hz
Decelerating
+30.00 Hz
At Speed
+60.00 Hz
Accelerating
+10.00 Hz
Stopped
+0.00 Hz
At Speed
+10.00 Hz
4-7
4-8
b.) Verify that the DC Bus neon indicator is not illuminated (See Figure 2.3
for location) and wait 60 seconds. Reconnect the motor leads to the
drive and replace the drive cover.
Reconnect Motor
ATTENTION: In the following steps, rotation of the motor in an un-desired direction can occur. To guard against
possible equipment damage, it is recommended that the motor be disconnected from the load before proceeding.
IMPORTANT:The parameters in the Set Up Group (page 5-8) should be
reviewed and reprogrammed as necessary for basic operation.
a.) Disconnect and lock-out all input and control power to the drive. When
the HIM Display is no longer illuminated, remove the drive cover.
Remove ALL Power
❏ 16. Reconnect the Motor.
ATTENTION: Proceed with caution. A DC Bus Voltage may be present at the Power Terminal Block (TB1) even
when power is removed from the drive.
Chapter 4 – Start–Up
Verify Direction of
Rotation
or
Slowly Increase Speed
b.) Verify that the frequency command is at zero Hz. Refer to step 11 for
further information.
Verify Frequency
Command
=0
If the direction of rotation is incorrect - disconnect and lock-out all input
and control power to the drive. When the HIM Display is no longer
illuminated, remove the drive cover. Verify that the DC Bus neon
indicator is not illuminated (see Figure 2.3 for location) and wait 60
seconds. Interchange any two of the three motor leads at TB1 terminals,
T1, T2 or T3. Replace the drive cover and repeat steps a – e to verify
correct motor rotation.
e.) Stop the drive. If the direction of rotation is as desired, proceed to step
18.
d.) Slowly increase the speed until the motor begins to turn. Check the
direction of motor rotation.
c.) Start the drive.
a.) Reapply power to the drive.
❏ 17. Check for Correct Motor Rotation.
Apply Power to Drive
Chapter 4 – Start–Up
Stopped
+0.00
0.00 Hz
Hz
At Speed
+5.00 Hz
4-9
4-10
or
Slowly Increase Speed
Chapter 4 – Start–Up
IMPORTANT:The parameters in the Set Up Group (page 5-8) should be
reviewed and reprogrammed as necessary for basic operation.
❏ 19. This completes the basic start-up procedure. Depending on your
application, further parameter programming may be required. Refer to
Chapter 5 for information.
c.) Press the Stop key.
b.) Slowly increase the speed. Check for proper motor operation throughout
the speed range.
❏ 18. Check for proper operation.
a.) Start the drive.
Stopped
+0.00 Hz
At Speed
+60.00 Hz
At Speed
+5.00 Hz
3. Parameter information in this chapter is presented for users
who have a Human Interface Module (HIM) installed. For
those users without a HIM installed, the drive can be
operated using the factory default values for each parameter
or parameter values can be changed through the serial port.
2. To help differentiate parameter names and display text from
other text in this manual, the following conventions will be
used – Parameter Names will appear in [Brackets] – Display
Text will appear in ‘‘Quotes.”
1. All parameters required for any given drive function will be
contained within a group, eliminating the need to change
groups to complete a function.
CHAPTER CONVENTIONS
Page #
5-9
5-30
5-21
5-33
5-36
5-37
5-12
5-27, 5-29, 5-33
5-56
5-20
5-11
5-33, 5-34
5-27, 5-28
5-18
5-16
5-19
Motor Unbalance➀
Output Configuration
Overload Protection
Preset Frequencies
Process Display
PWM Freq. Derating
Ramp to Stop
S-Curve Acceleration
Skip Frequencies
Standard Boost V/Hz
Standard Volts/Hz
Start/Run Boost
M
MOP
Page #
6 5-8,
8 5-28,
8
5-6,
5-31, 5-49, 5-53
Function
5-1
The chart provided on pages 5-2 and 5-3 highlights each group of
parameters and lists all parameters for each of the 13 groups. Parameters
that appear in more than one group are shown in bold. Parameter
numbers are shown in parenthesis immediately after the parameter name.
An example of how to program a parameter is shown on page 5-4.
PARAMETER FLOW CHART
5-11, 5-13
5-15
5-16, 5-17, 5-18,
5-19
DC Brake-to-Stop
5-11, 5-22, 5-23
Fan/Pump Volts/Hz
5-18
Fault Buffer History
5-41
Frequency Select
5-25
Freq. Source Select
5-29
Line Loss Fault
5-40, 5-41
Min/Max Freq.
5-10, 5-11, 5-12
➀ FRN 4.01 and below only.
Function
Accel/Decel Time
Accel/Decel Selection
Analog Invert
Auto-Restart/
Run On Power Up
Current Limiting
Custom Volts/Hz
DC Boost
The Function Index shown provides a directory of various drive
functions. The Page Number will direct you to the parameters associated
with each function.
Chapter 5 describes all parameters for Bulletin 1305 drives.
Parameters are divided into groups for ease of programming
and operator access. Grouping replaces a sequentially
numerical parameter list with functional parameter groups that
increases operator efficiency and helps to reduce programming
time. For most applications, this means simplicity at startup
with minimum drive tuning.
5
FUNCTION INDEX
Chapter
CHAPTER OBJECTIVES
Programming
Page 5-39
Fault Buffer 0 (86)
Fault Buffer 1 (87)
Fault Buffer 2 (88)
Fault Buffer 3 (89)
Clear Fault (51)
Cur Lim Trip En (82)
Line Loss Fault (40)
Flt Clear Mode (39)
Page 5-37
Output 1 Config (90)
Output 2 Config (91)
Analog Out Sel (25)
Above Freq Val (77)
Above Curr Val (142)
Page 5-32
Run On Power Up (14)
Reset/Run Tries (85)
Reset/Run Time (15)
S Curve Enable (57)
S Curve Time (56)
Language (47)
Balance Freq (80) ➀
Balance Time (79) ➀
Balance Angle (78) ➀
Cable Length (143) ➁
Page 5-25
5-2
Faults
Freq Select 1 (5)
Freq Select 2 (6)
Jog Freq (24)
Prst/2nd Accel (26)
Upper Presets (72 )
Accel Time 2 (30 )
Decel Time 2 (31)
Preset Freq 1 (27)
Preset Freq 2 (28)
Preset Freq 3 (29)
Preset Freq 4 (73)
Preset Freq 5 (74)
Preset Freq 6 (75)
Preset Freq 7 (76)
Skip Freq 1 (32)
Skip Freq 2 (33)
Skip Freq 3 (34)
Skip Freq Band (35)
MOP Increment (22)
Output
Configuration
Page 5-15
Feature
Select
Minimum Freq (16)
Maximum Freq (19)
Base Frequency (17)
Base Voltage (18)
Break Frequency (49)
Break Voltage (50)
Maximum Voltage (20)
DC Boost Select (9)
Start Boost (48)
Run Boost (83)
PWM Frequency (45)
Analog Invert (84)
4-20 mA Loss Sel (81)
Stop Select (10)
DC Hold Time (12)
DC Hold Level (13)
DB Enable (11)
Motor Type (41)
Compensation (52)
Frequency
Set
Page 5-8
Advanced
Setup
Input Mode (21)
Freq Select 1 (5)
Accel Time 1 (7)
Decel Time 1 (8)
Base Frequency (17)
Base Voltage (18)
Maximum Voltage (20)
Minimum Freq (16)
Maximum Freq (19)
Stop Select (10)
Current Limit (36)
Overload Mode (37)
Overload Current (38)
Sec Curr Limit (141)
Set Up
Bold indicates parameters located in more than one group.
➀ FRN 4.01 and below only.
➁ FRN 4.01 and above only.
Output Current (54)
Output Voltage (1)
Output Power (23)
DC Bus Voltage (53)
Output Freq (66)
Freq Command (65)
MOP Hz (42)
Drive Temp (70)
Last Fault (4)
% Output Power (3)
% Output Curr (2)
Page 5-5
Metering
Wrap to Linear List
PARAMETER FLOW CHART
Chapter 5 – Programming
Page 5-50
Stop Owner (102)
Direction Owner (103)
Start Owner (104)
Jog Owner (105)
Reference Owner (106)
Accel Owner (107)
Decel Owner (108)
Fault Owner (109)
MOP Owner (110)
Local Owner (137)
Page 5-47
Logic Mask (92)
Direction Mask (94)
Start Mask (95)
Jog Mask (96)
Reference Mask (97)
Accel Mask (98)
Decel Mask (99)
Fault Mask (100)
MOP Mask (101)
Local Mask (93)
Page 5-42
Drive Command (58)
Drive Status (59)
Drive Alarm (60)
Input Status (55)
Freq Source (62)
Freq Command (65)
Drive DIrection (69)
Motor Mode (43)
Power Mode (44)
Drive Type (61)
Firmware Ver (71)
Output Pulses (67)
Drive Temp (70)
Set Defaults (64)
Owners
Masks
Diagnostics
Data In A1 (111)
Data In A2 (112)
Data In B1 (113)
Data In B2 (114)
Data In C1 (115)
Data In C2 (116)
Data In D1 (117)
Data In D2 (118)
Data Out A1 (119)
Data Out A2 (120)
Data Out B1 (121)
Data Out B2 (122)
Data Out C1 (123)
Data Out C2 (124)
Data Out D1 (125)
Data Out D2 (126)
Page 5-54
Adapter I/O
This group contains all
parameters listed in
numerical order.
Process Par (127)
Process Scale (128)
Process Txt 1 (129)
Process Txt 2 (130)
Process Txt 3 (131)
Process Txt 4 (132)
Process Txt 5 (133)
Process Txt 6 (134)
Process Txt 7 (135)
Process Txt 8 (136)
GROUP LEVEL
5-3
PARAMETER LEVEL
Page 5-57
Linear List
Wraps to
Page 5-56
Process
Display
Metering
Chapter 5 – Programming
5-4
or
To Change a Parameter
Setting or Enter a Value
SEL
or
To Select a Parameter
within a Group
or
or
To Select Mode
SEL
To Select a Group
ESC
ACTION
❏ 9. Press the Enter key to program [Freq Select 1] to ‘‘Adapter 2.”
❏ 8. Press the Up/Down keys until ‘‘Adapter 2” appears on the display.
❏ 7. Press the SEL key. The first character of line 2 will flash indicating the
parameter setting/value can be changed.
❏ 6. Press the Up/Down keys until [Freq Select 1] appears on the display.
❏ 5. Press the Enter key to go to the “Setup” menu.
❏ 4. Press the Up/Down keys until “Setup” appears on the display.
❏ 3. Press the Enter key to go to the ‘‘Program” menu.
❏ 2. Press the Up/Down keys until ‘‘Program” appears on the display.
❏ 1. Press any key to go from the Status Display to the ‘‘Choose Mode” menu.
DESCRIPTION
Freq Select 1
Adapter 2
Freq Select 1
Adapter 2
Freq Select 1
Remote Pot
Choose Group
Setup
Choose Mode
Program
Stopped
+0.00 Hz
HIM DISPLAY
The following is an example of the programming steps required to change a parameter setting. In this example, the parameter
[Freq Select 1] is being programmed from its’ factory default setting of “Adapter 1” to a new setting, “Adapter 2”.
PROGRAMMING EXAMPLE
Chapter 5 – Programming
This parameter displays the DC bus voltage level.
[DC Bus Voltage]
This parameter displays the output power present at TB1,
terminals T1, T2, & T3 (U, V & W).
[Output Power]
This parameter displays the output voltage present at TB1,
terminals T1, T2 & T3 (U, V & W)
[Output Voltage]
This parameter displays the output current present at TB1,
terminals T1, T2 & T3 (U, V & W).
[Output Current]
Metering
Factory Default None
Minimum 0.00
Maximum Two Times Drive
Output Current
Factory Default None
Minimum 0
Maximum Maximum Voltage
Factory Default None
Minimum 0
Maximum Two Times Rated
Drive Output Power
Factory Default None
Minimum 0.00
Maximum 410 - 230V Drive
815 - 460V Drive
Parameter # 54
Parameter Type Read Only
Units .01 Amps
Parameter # 1
Parameter Type Read Only
Units 1 Volt
Parameter # 23
Parameter Type Read Only
Units .01 kW
Parameter # 53
Parameter Type Read Only
Units 1 Volt
5-5
This group of parameters consists of commonly viewed drive operating conditions such as drive output frequency, output voltage, output current and command frequency. All parameters in this group are Read Only.
Chapter 5 – Programming
5-6
This parameter displays the frequency reference
commanded by the Motor Operated Potentiometer (MOP)
function. This MOP frequency command can be adjusted
from TB2-16 and TB2-17 if the appropriate [Input Mode] is
selected. This MOP frequency command can also be
changed through serial communication. This value is
displayed regardless of whether or not this is the active
frequency command.
[MOP Hz]
This parameter displays the frequency that the drive is
commanded to output. This command may come from any
one of the frequency sources selected by [Freq Select 1],
[Freq Select 2] or [Preset Freq 1-7] the preset speeds 1-7
as determined by the inputs to SW1, SW2, and SW3 at
TB2.
[Freq Command]
This parameter displays the output frequency present at
TB1, terminals T1, T2 & T3 (U, V & W).
[Output Freq]
Metering Group (cont.)
Chapter 5 – Programming
Factory Default None
Minimum – [Maximum Freq]
Maximum + [Maximum Freq]
Factory Default 0.00 Hz
Minimum 0.00 Hz
Maximum +400.00 Hz
Factory Default None
Minimum 0.00 Hz
Maximum 400.00 Hz
Parameter # 66
Parameter Type Read Only
Units 0.01 Hz
Parameter # 65
Parameter Type Read Only
Units 0.01 Hz
Parameter # 42
Parameter Type Read Only
Units 0.01 Hz
This parameter displays the percent of drive rated output
current.
[% Output Curr]
This parameter displays the percent of drive rated output
power.
[% Output Power]
This parameter displays the fault code for the present drive
fault. If there is no active fault, the value will be zero.
[Last Fault]
This parameter displays the drive internal temperature.
[Drive Temp]
Factory Default None
Minimum 0
Maximum 100_C
Factory Default None
Minimum 0
Maximum Max. Fault Number
Factory Default None
Minimum 0 %
Maximum 200% Drive Rated
Power
Factory Default None
Minimum 0 %
Maximum 200% of Rated Drive
Output Current
Parameter # 70
Parameter Type Read Only
Units 1_C
Parameter # 4
Parameter Type Read Only
Units Numeric
Parameter # 3
Parameter Type Read Only
Units 1 %
Parameter # 2
Parameter Type Read Only
Units 1 %
Chapter 5 – Programming
5-7
Metering Group (cont.)
5-8
This parameter is the factory default parameter for
selecting the frequency source that will supply the [Freq
Command] to the drive. [Freq Select 2] or [Preset Freq
1–7] can be selected in place of this parameter with proper
terminal block inputs. (See Chart on Page 5-31).
IMPORTANT: If an adapter that is not connected is
selected as the active frequency source, the drive will fault
on “Hz Sel Fault” (F30).
[Freq Select 1]
This parameter selects between three wire and Run
Fwd/Rev control. Refer to Chapter 2, Figure 2-5.
IMPORTANT: Power must be cycled to the drive for the
change to take effect.
IMPORTANT: See Frequency Set Group for MOP
explanation.
[Input Mode]
Set Up
Chapter 5 – Programming
Units None
Parameter # 5
Parameter Type Read & Write
Parameter # 21
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units None
Factory Default “Adapter 1”
Settings ‘‘Remote Pot”
‘‘
‘‘0-10
Volt”
‘‘4–20 mA”
‘‘MOP”
‘‘Adapter 1”
‘‘Adapter 2”
‘‘Adapter 3”
‘‘Adapter 4”
‘‘Adapter 5”
‘‘Adapter 6”
‘‘Preset 1”
‘‘ rese 2”
‘‘Preset
‘‘Preset 3”
‘‘Preset 4”
‘‘Preset 5’’
‘‘Preset 6”
‘‘Preset 7”
IMPORTANT: This parameter cannot be
programmed while the drive is running.
Setting “Three Wire”
“Run Fwd/Rev”
“3 W/2nd Acc” (2nd Accel)
“Run F/R 2nd A” (2nd Accel)
“3 Wire/MOP”
“Run F/R MOP”
Factory Default “Three Wire”
This group of parameters defines the basic operation of the drive and should be programmed before initial
operation. For advanced programming and information on specific parameters, refer to the flow chart on
page 5-2 & 5-3
Figure 5.1 Accel/Decel Time
This parameter is the factory default parameter for
determining the time it will take the drive to ramp from
[Maximum Frequency] to 0 Hz. The rate is linear unless
[S Curve] is ‘‘Enabled” or [Stop Select] is set to
‘‘S-Curve.” It applies to any decrease in command
frequency. The [Decel Time 2] parameter can be selected
in place of this parameter. (See Chart on Page 5-32).
[Decel Time 1]
This parameter is the factory default parameter for
determining the time it will take the drive to ramp from 0 Hz
to [Maximum Frequency]. The rate is linear unless
[S Curve] is ‘‘Enabled.” It applies to any increase in
command frequency. The [Accel Time 2] parameter can
be selected in place of this parameter. (See Chart on Page
5-32).
[Accel Time 1]
Speed
0
a Accel '
0 Time
Time
Time
a Decel '
Factory Default 10.0 Sec
Minimum 0.0 Sec
Maximum 3600.0 Sec
Parameter # 8
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units 0.1 Second
Max. Frequency '
Factory Default 10.0 Sec
Minimum 0.0 Sec
Maximum 3600.0 Sec
Parameter # 7
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units 0.1 Second
Chapter 5 – Programming
5-9
Set Up Group (cont.)
5-10
This parameter sets the lowest frequency the drive will
output. IMPORTANT: All analog inputs to the drive
(4-20mA, 0-10V, Remote Pot) are scaled for the range
[Minimum Freq] to [Maximum Freq].
[Minimum Freq]
This parameter sets the highest voltage the drive will
output.
[Maximum Voltage]
This value should be set to the motor nameplate Rated
Voltage.
[Base Voltage]
This value should be set to the motor nameplate Rated
Frequency.
[Base Frequency]
Set Up Group (cont.)
Chapter 5 – Programming
Factory Default Max. Drive Rated Volts
Minimum 25% of Max. Drive Rated Volts
Maximum 100% of Max. Drive Rated Volts
Factory Default Max. Drive Rated Volts
Minimum 25% of Max. Drive Rated Voltage
Maximum 100% of Max. Drive Rated Volts
Factory Default 0 Hz
Minimum 0 Hz
Maximum 120 Hz
Parameter # 18
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units 1 Volt
Parameter # 20
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units 1 Volt
Parameter # 16
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units 1 Hz
IMPORTANT: This parameter can not be
programmed while the drive is running.
Factory Default 60 Hz
Minimum 40 Hz
Maximum 400 Hz
Parameter # 17
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units 1 Hz
Parameter # 36
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units 1 %
Parameter # 10
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units None
Parameter # 19
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units 1 Hz
5-11
Causes the Drive to Turn Off
Immediately
Drive Decelerates to 0 Hz, Then Turns
Off – Requires a Value In
[Decel Time 1] or [Decel Time 2]
Injects DC Braking Voltage Into the
Motor – Requires a Value in Both
[Decel Hold Time] & [Decel Hold
Level].
Drive ramps to stop using ‘fixed S-Curve’
profile. Stop time is twice the selected
decel time.
IMPORTANT: This parameter can
not be programmed while the
drive is running.
Factory Default 150 % of Drive Rated Current ➀
Minimum 20 % of Drive Rated Current ➀
Maximum 150% of Drive Rated Current ➀
‘‘S-Curve”
‘‘DC Brake”
‘‘Ramp”
Settings ‘‘Coast”
Factory Default ‘‘Ramp”
Factory Default 60 Hz
Minimum 40 Hz
Maximum 400 Hz
Set Up Group (cont.)
This parameter sets the maximum drive output current that
is allowed before current limiting occurs. IMPORTANT: If a
value is programmed into the [Sec Curr Limit] parameter
then that value will be the active current limit value at
IMPORTANT: See [Cur Lim Trip En] on page 5-40.
speeds above 1.5 times [Base Frequency]. See Fig. 5.5.
[Output 1 Config] and [Output 2 Config] can be set to
‘‘alarm” to indicate an overload condition exists.
➀ The Drive Rated Ouput Current is based on three phase input ratings. See page 5-14 for instructions for Single Phase Input Ratings.
[Current Limit]
This parameter selects the stopping mode when the drive
receives a valid stop command.
[Stop Select]
This parameter sets the highest frequency the drive will
output. IMPORTANT: All analog inputs to the drive
(4-20mA, 0-10V, Remote Pot) are scaled for the range
[Minimum Freq] to [Maximum Freq]. Max hertz may be
set to less than base hertz.
[Maximum Freq]
Chapter 5 – Programming
20
40
80
60
100
0
25 50 75 100 125 150 175 200
% Base Speed
Figure 5.2 No Derating
5-12
T s vvalue
ue sshould
u d bee se
ep e Full
u Loadd
This
set to thee motorr nameplate
Amps (F.L.A.).
[Overload Current]
% of [Overload Current] Setting
This parameter selects the derating factor for the I2t
electronic overload function. Designed to meet NEC Article
430 and UL (file E59272) equivalent requirements.
Additional overload devices do not need to be installed.
[Overload Mode]
Set Up Group (cont.)
0
20
40
100
80
60
0
Displayed in Amps
Displayed in Amps
Displayed in Amps
25 50 75 100 125 150 175 200
% Base Speed
Figure 5.4 Max Derating
10:1 Speed Range
– No Derating Refer to Figure 5.2
4:1 Speed Range
– Derate below 25% of Base Speed.
Refer to Figure 5.3
2:1 Speed Range
– Derate below 50% of Base Speed.
Refer to Figure 5.4
Factory Default 115% of Drive Rated Current
Minimum 20% of Drive Rated Current
Maximum 115% of Drive Rated Current
25 50 75 100 125 150 175 200
% Base Speed
‘‘Max Derate”
‘‘Min Derate”
Settings ‘‘No Derating”
Factory Default “No Derating”
Figure 5.3 Min Derating
Parameter # 38
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units 0.1 Amps
20
40
80
60
100
Parameter # 37
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units None
% of [Overload Current] Setting
Chapter 5 – Programming
% of [Overload Current] Setting
Figure 5.5 Current Limit Setting
When this parameter is set to zero, the [Current Limit]
setting is used throughout the frequency range. When set
to a value other than zero, the [Current Limit] value will
be active up to the [Base Frequency] setting, then tapers
down between [Base Frequency] and 1.5 times [Base
Frequency]. At frequencies above 1.5 times [Base
Frequency], the [Sec Curr Limit] setting is the active
current limit value.
[Sec Curr Limit]
% of Drive Output Current
[Base Frequency]
(17)
1.5 Times
[Base Frequency]
(17)
[Maximum Frequency]
(19)
a [Sec Curr Limit]
(141)
Factory Default 0% of Drive Rated Current ➁
Minimum 0% of Drive Rated Current ➁
Maximum 150% of Drive Rated Current ➁
a [Current Limit]
(36)
Parameter # 141
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units 1%
Chapter 5 – Programming
5-13
Set Up Group (cont.)
5-14
Single Phase Input Ratings
The [Current Limit], [Overload Current] and [Sec Curr
Limit] parameters are set based on the drive rated output
current for three phase input ratings. When setting these
parameters for single phase input ratings, use the following
formula to determine the proper parameter setting:
Chapter 5 – Programming
The Drive Rated Ouput Current is based on three phase input ratings. See Single
Phase Input Ratings instructions.
See Table 1.A on page 1-6.
➁
➂
1O Output Current➂ X Percent (0 to 150%) Parameter setting
=
in percent
3O Output Current ➂
This value should be set to the motor nameplate Rated
Frequency.
[Base Frequency]
This parameter sets the highest frequency the drive will
output. IMPORTANT: All analog inputs to the drive
(4-20mA, 0-10V, Remote Pot) are scaled for the range
[Minimum Freq] to [Maximum Freq]
[Maximum Freq]
This parameter sets the lowest frequency the drive will
output. IMPORTANT: All analog inputs to the drive
(4-20mA, 0-10V, Remote Pot) are scaled for the range
[Minimum Freq] to [Maximum Freq].
[Minimum Freq]
Advanced Setup
Units 1 Hz
Parameter # 17
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units 1 Hz
Parameter # 19
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units 1 Hz
Parameter # 16
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units 1 Hz
Maximum 400 Hz
Factory Default 60 Hz
Minimum 40 Hz
Maximum 400 Hz
IMPORTANT: This parameter can not be
programmed while the drive is running.
Factory Default 60 Hz
Minimum 40 Hz
Maximum 400 Hz
IMPORTANT: This parameter can not be
programmed while the drive is running.
Factory Default 0 Hz
Minimum 0 Hz
Maximum 120 Hz
5-15
This group contains parameters that are required to setup advanced functions of the drive such as custom
Volts per Hertz settings and dynamic braking.
Chapter 5 – Programming
5-16
This parameter sets a midpoint frequency on a custom
Volts-per-Hz curve. Combined with [Break Voltage], this
value determines the Volts-per-Hz ratio between 0 and
[Break Frequency]. IMPORTANT: [DC Boost Select]
must be set to ‘‘Break Point” for this parameter to be
active.
[Break Frequency]
0
0–
Parameter # 49
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units 1 Hz
Voltage
Motor Rated '
Factory Default 4 Hz
Minimum 0 Hz
Maximum 120 Hz
y
Motor Rated
[Base Voltage]
[Base Frequency]
b
[Maximum Frequency]
a [Maximum Voltage]
Factory Default Max. Drive Rated Volts
Minimum 25% of Max. Drive Rated Volts
Maximum 100% of Max. Drive Rated Volts
Frequency
Parameter # 18
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units 1 Volt
Figure 5.6 Standard Volts-per-Hz Pattern
This value should be set to the motor nameplate Rated
Voltage.
[Base Voltage]
Advanced Set Up Group (cont.)
Chapter 5 – Programming
25
Volts
50
Volts
230V
460V
1/2
HP
52
Volts
30
Volts
3/4
HP
Frequency
[Break Voltage]
[Break Frequency]
b
Motor Rated
y
b
[Base Voltage]
[Base Frequency]
47
Volts
25
Volts
2
HP
[Maximum Frequency]
Maximum
y
55
Volts
28
Volts
1
HP
a [Maximum Voltage]
Factory Default Max. Drive Rated Volts
Minimum 25% of Max. Drive Rated Volts
Maximum 100% of Max. Drive Rated Volts
Maximum 50% of
Max. Drive
Rated
ed Voltss
Factory Default See Table
Minimum 0 Volts
44
Volts
22
Volts
3
HP
41
Volts
N/A
5
HP
Advanced Set Up Group (cont.)
5-17
IMPORTANT:[Maximum Voltage] does not have to be set greater than [Base Voltage], but the maximum drive output is limited
to [Maximum Voltage].
0
0–
Start Boost '
Voltage
Motor Rated '
Maximum '
Parameter # 20
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units 1 Volt
Units 1 Volt
Parameter # 50
Parameter Type Read & Write
The following guidelines should be followed when setting up
a custom Volts-per-Hz curve:
1. [Base Voltage] must be greater than [Start Boost].
2. If [DC Boost Select] is set to “Break Point” then:
[Base Voltage] must be greater than [Break Voltage] and
[Break Voltage] must be greater than [Start Boost].
This pattern is active only when
[DC Boost Select] is set to
‘‘Break Point.”
Figure 5.7 Custom Volts-per-Hz
Pattern
This parameter sets the highest voltage the drive will
output.
[Maximum Voltage]
This parameter sets the voltage the drive will output at
[Break Frequency]. Combined with [Break Frequency],
thiss value
v ue determines
de er es thee Volts-per-Hz
s per H ratio
r
between
e ee 0 andd
[Break Frequency]. IMPORTANT: [DC Boost Select]
must be set to ‘‘Break Point” to activate this parameter.
[Break Voltage]
Chapter 5 – Programming
Parameter # 9
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units None
5-18
48
0
6
No Boost 0 –
Voltage
Active when [DC Boost Select] is
set to ‘‘No Boost” or ‘‘6 Volts”
through ‘‘48 Volts.”
Motor Rated '
Frequency
y
Motor Rated
See Figure 5.8
See Figure 5.8
See Figure 5.8
See Figure 5.8
See Figure 5.8
See Figure 5.8
See Figure 5.8
See Figure 5.8
See Figure 5.8
See Figure 5.7
See Figure 5.10
See Figure 5.9
See Figure 5.9
0
–
45% Base Voltage
35% Base Voltage
Voltage
0
b
1/2 Base Frequency
Fan Sel #2 ' a Fan Select #1
[Base Voltage]
[Base Frequency]
b
Figure 5.9 Fan/Pump Volts-per-Hz Pattern
Settings ‘‘No Boost”
‘‘6 Volts”
‘‘12 Volts”
‘‘18 Volts’’
‘‘24 Volts’’
‘‘30 Volts’’
‘‘36 Volts’’
‘‘42 Volts’’
‘‘48 Volts’’
‘‘Break Point’’
‘‘Run Boost’’
‘‘Fan Sel #1’’
‘‘Fan Sel #2”
Factory Default ‘‘Break Point”
These patterns are active only
[Base Voltage]
when [DC Boost Select] is set
[Base Frequency]
to ‘‘Fan Sel #1” or ‘‘Fan Sel #2.”
b
a [Maximum Voltage]
[Maximum Frequency]
Figure 5.8 Standard Boost Volts-per-Hz Pattern
This parameter sets the level of DC boost at low
frequencies. It also selects special Volts-per-Hz patterns.
[DC Boost Select]
Advanced Set Up Group (cont.)
Chapter 5 – Programming
[Maximum Frequency]
a [Maximum Voltage]
This parameter sets the DC boost level for constant speed
level when [DC Boost Select] is set to ‘‘Run Boost.” [Run
Boost] must be set at a value less than [Start Boost].
[Run Boost]
Active when [DC
Boost Select] is
set to ‘‘Run Boost”
Figure 5.10 Start/Run Boost
This parameter sets the DC boost level for acceleration
when [DC Boost Select] is set to ‘‘Run Boost” or ‘‘Break
Point.”
[Start Boost]
[Base Voltage]
[Base Frequency]
b
Maximum 25% of
Max. Drive
Rated
Volts
Factory Default See Table
Minimum 0 Volts
460V
230V
31
Volts
1/2
HP
20
Volts
45
Volts
3/4
HP
25
Volts
40
Volts
1
HP
20
Volts
37
Volts
2
HP
22
Volts
33
Volts
3
HP
19
Volts
5-19
26
Volts
5
HP
N/A
Advanced Set Up Group (cont.)
Factory Default 0 Volts
Minimum 0 Volts
Maximum 25% of Max. Drive Rated Volts
Frequency
a 150% of Start Boost
a 150% of Run Boost
Parameter # 83
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units 1 Volt
0
[Start Boost] '
[Run Boost] '
0–
Voltage
Units 1 Volt
Parameter # 48
Parameter Type Read & Write
Chapter 5 – Programming
84
1
2
3
6
5
4
Carrier Frequency, kHz
Factory Default 4.0 kHz
Minimum 2.0 kHz
Maximum 8.0 kHz
7
8
5-20
IMPORTANT:Changing PWM carrier frequency may result in changes in Start-up and Holding current if start boost and DC
Holding voltages are in effect. These parameters should be checked if the carrier frequency is changed and reprogrammed if
needed.
IMPORTANT: Ignoring derating guidelines can
cause reduced drive performance.
92
90
88
86
96
94
100
98
Parameter # 45
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units 0.1 kHz
Figure 5.11 PWM Frequency Derating
This parameter sets the carrier frequency for the PWM
output waveform. IMPORTANT: Output Current derating
applies above 4kHz. See Fig. 5-11.
[PWM Frequency]
Advanced Set Up Group (cont.)
Chapter 5 – Programming
% Output Current (A)
T s parameter
This
p r e er selects
se e s thee drives
dr ves reaction
re
to a loss
ss of a
4-20mA ssignal when
e thee active
ve [Frequency
re en y So
Source]
r e iss
4-20mA. IMPORTANT:
IMPO TA T: The
T e drive
dr ve output
u pu contactss can bee
used to issue an alarm signal by setting [Output 1 Config]
orr [Output
O p 2 Config]
on to “alarm”.
r IMPORTANT:
IMPO TA T: Loss
ss of
s
signal
iss de
defined
ed ass a ssignal < 3.5 mA orr a ssignal >
20.5 mA.
[4-20mA Loss Sel]
Figure 5.12 Analog Invert
This parameter enables the inverting function for the 0-10
Volt and 4-20mA analog input signal at TB2.
[Analog Invert]
Parameter # 81
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units None
y
0V
4 mA
[Minimum Frequency] '
Drive Output
[Maximum Frequency] '
Parameter # 84
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units None
Drive Outputs [Maximum Freq] and sets Alarm bit
Drive Outputs [Preset Freq 1] and sets an Alarm bit
Drive Outputs [Minimum Freq] and sets an Alarm bit
‘‘Pre1/Alarm”
‘‘Min/Alarm”
5-21
Drive Maintains Last Output Freq and sets an Alarm bit
‘‘Max/Alarm”
Drive Stops and Issues ‘‘Hz Err Fault” (F29)
Maximum Input Commands [Minimum Freq]
Minimum Input Commands [Maximum Freq]
Maximum Input Commands [Maximum Freq]
Minimum Input Commands [Minimum Freq]
Advanced Set Up Group (cont.)
‘‘Hold/Alarm”
Settings ‘‘Stop/Fault”
Factory Default ‘‘Stop/Fault”
y
10 V
20 mA
Enabled
Disabled
‘‘Disabled”
Settings ‘‘Enabled”
Factory Default ‘‘Disabled”
Chapter 5 – Programming
5-22
Volts and Speed
Figure 5.13 Ramp
y
Stop Command
Voltage
Speed
Parameter # 12
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units 1 Second
Parameter # 10
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units None
Time
[DC Hold Level]
[DC Hold Time]
This value sets the amount of time that the [DC Hold
Level] voltage will be applied to the motor when the stop
mode is set to either ‘‘DC Brake” or ‘‘Ramp.” When in
‘‘Coast ” mode and the drive is stopped and restarted
within the [DC Hold Time] setting, the speed will resume
at the output frequency prior to the stop command.
[DC Hold Time]
This parameter selects the stopping mode when the drive
re e ves a vvalidd sstopp command.
receives
d
[Stop Select]
Advanced Set Up Group (cont.)
Chapter 5 – Programming
Time
[DC Hold Time]
y
Stop Command
Speed
Voltage
[DC Hold Level]
Injects DC Braking Voltage Into the Motor – Requires a
Value in Both [Decel Hold Time] & [Decel Hold
Level].
Drive ramps to stop using a fixed ‘‘S-Curve” profile.
Stop time is twice the selected decel time.
Drive Decelerates to 0 Hz, Then Turns Off – Requires
a Value In [Decel Time 1] or [Decel Time 2]
Causes the Drive to Turn Off Immediately
Volts and Speed
Figure 5.14 DC Brake
Factory Default 0 Sec
Minimum 0 Sec
Maximum 15 Sec
‘‘S-Curve”
‘‘DC Brake”
Settings ‘‘Coast”
‘‘Ramp”
Factory Default ‘‘Ramp”
This parameter should be set to match the type of motor
connected to the drive.
[Motor Type]
This parameter enables the use of external dynamic brake
resisters by disabling the internal ramp regulation.
IMPO
TA T: Dynamic braking
r
v
e forr 1/2
/
IMPORTANT:
iss not available
through 1HP (0.37 to 0.75 kW) units rated 230 Volt.
[DB Enable]
This parameter value sets the DC voltage applied to the
motor during braking when the [Stop Select] is set to
either ‘‘DC Brake” or ‘‘Ramp”. IMPORTANT: When setting
this parameter, begin at a low voltage and continue
increasing until sufficient holding torque is achieved and
the drive output current rating is not exceeded.
[DC Hold Level]
Parameter # 41
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units None
‘‘Sync PM”
Settings ‘‘Induc/Reluc”
Factory Default ‘‘Induc/Reluc”
‘‘Disabled”
5-23
Requires No Additional Setting for use with
induction/reluctance rated motors
Requires [Stop Select] to be set to a selection other
than ‘‘DC Brake” when used with Synchronous
Permanent Magnet Motors
Permits Ramp Regulation
Permits dynamic brake operation
Factory Default ‘‘Disabled”
Parameter # 11
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units None
Settings ‘‘Enabled”
Factory Default 0 Volts
Minimum 0 Volts
Maximum 25% of Max. Drive Rated Volts
Advanced Set Up Group (cont.)
Parameter # 13
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units 1 Volt
Chapter 5 – Programming
5-24
Some drive/motor combinations have inherent instabilities
which are exhibited as nonsinusoidal current feedback. The
compensation when enabled will correct this condition.
Compensation is only active at frequencies below 50 Hertz
where the problem is most pronounced.
[Compensation]
Advanced Set Up Group (cont.)
Chapter 5 – Programming
Parameter # 52
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units None
‘‘Comp”
Settings ‘‘No Comp”
Factory Default ‘‘No Comp”
Compensation Enabled
Compensation Disabled
Parameter # 6
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units None
Parameter # 5
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units None
Settings ‘‘Remote Pot”
‘‘0-10 Volt”
‘‘4-20 mA”
‘‘MOP”
‘‘Adapter 1”
‘‘Adapter 2”
‘‘Adapter 3”
‘‘Adapter 4”
‘‘Adapter 5”
‘‘Adapter 6”
Factory Default ‘‘Remote Pot”
Settings ‘‘Remote Pot”
‘‘0-10 Volt”
‘‘4-20 mA”
‘‘MOP”
‘‘Adapter 1”
‘‘Adapter 2”
‘‘Adapter 3”
‘‘Adapter 4”
‘‘Adapter 5”
‘‘Adapter 6”
Factory Default “Adapter 1”
‘‘Preset 1”
‘‘Preset 2”
‘‘Preset 3”
‘‘Preset 4”
‘‘Preset 5’’
‘‘Preset 6”
‘‘Preset 7”
‘‘Preset 1”
‘‘Preset 2”
‘‘Preset 3”
‘‘Preset 4”
‘‘Preset 5’’
‘‘Preset 6”
‘‘Preset 7”
5-25
This group of parameters allows the user to program the frequency source, frequency settings, accel/decel
times and skip frequencies of the drive.
IMPORTANT:If an adapter that is not connected is selected as the active frequency source, the drive will fault on “Hz Sel Fault”
(F30).
This parameter controls which of the frequency sources is
currently supplying the [Freq Command] to the drive
unless [Freq Select 1] or [Preset Freq 1-7] are selected
with proper terminal block inputs. Refer to charts on Pages
5-29 and 5-30.
[Freq Select 2]
This parameter is the factory default parameter for
selecting the frequency source that will supply the [Freq
Command] to the drive. [Freq Select 2] or [Preset Freq
1-7] can be selected in place of this parameter with proper
terminal block inputs. Refer to charts on Pages 5-29 and
5-31.
[Freq Select 1]
Frequency
Set
Chapter 5 – Programming
5-26
This value determines the time it will take the drive to ramp
from 0 Hz to [Maximum Frequency]. The rate is linear
unless [S Curve] is ‘‘Enabled.” It applies to any increase
in command frequency unless [Accel Time 1] is selected.
Refer to charts on Pages 5-29 and 5-30.
[Accel Time 2]
This parameter along with the [Prst/2nd Accel] parameter
determines which frequency source and Accel/Decel
parameters will be selected using the optional inputs SW1,
SW2 and SW3. Refer to charts on Pages 5-29 and 5-30.
[Upper Presets]
This parameter, along with the [Upper Presets] parameter,
determines which frequency source and Accel/Decel
parameters will be selected using the optional inputs SW1,
SW2 and SW3. Refer to charts on Pages 5-29 and 5-30.
[Prst/2nd Accel]
This parameter sets the frequency the drive will output
when it receives a jog command.
[Jog Frequency]
Frequency Set Group (cont.)
Chapter 5 – Programming
Parameter # 30
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units 0.1 Second
Parameter # 72
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units None
Factory Default “Preset”
Parameter # 26
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units None
Factory Default 10.0 Sec
Minimum 0.0 Sec
Maximum 3600.0 Sec
Settings “Enabled”
“Disabled”
Factory Default “Disabled”
Settings “Preset”
“2nd Accel”
Factory Default 10.0 Hz
Minimum 0.0 Hz
Maximum 400.0 Hz
Parameter # 24
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units 0.1 Hz
Factory Default 10.0 Sec
Minimum 0.0 Sec
Maximum 3600.0 Sec
Factory Default 0.0 Hz
Minimum 0.0 Hz
Maximum 400.0 Hz
Factory Default 400 Hz
Minimum 0 Hz
Maximum 400 Hz
Parameter # 31
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units 0.1 Second
Parameter # 27-29 & 73-76
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units 0.1 Hz
Parameter # 32-34
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units 1 Hz
Frequency Set Group (cont.)
5-27
Use Table 5.A through Table 5.C to determine which frequency source and Accel/Decel Time are suitable to your application.
Switch or contact inputs at terminal TB2 are used to select functionality based on how you program parameters (26), (72), and (21).
Programming the drive for Frequency Source and Accel/Decel Control
These values, in conjunction with [Skip Freq Band],
create a range of frequencies at which the drive will not
operate continuously.
[Skip Freq 1-3]
These values set the frequencies that the drive will output
when selected. Refer to charts on Pages 5-29 and 5-30.
[Preset Freq 1-7]
This value determines the time it will take the drive to ramp
from [Maximum Freq] to 0 Hz. The rate is linear unless
[S Curve] is ‘‘Enabled” or [Stop Select] is set to
‘‘S-Curve.” It applies to any decrease in command
frequency unless [Decel Time 1] is selected. Refer to
charts on Pages 5-29 and 5-30.
[Decel Time 2]
Chapter 5 – Programming
5-28
The MOP function is a digital solid-state circuit that
produces the same effect as rotating a speed reference
potentiometer with a small DC motor. This permits local
(HIM) or remote (TB2) control of the command
frequency. This parameter sets the rate of increase or
decrease to the [MOP Hertz] command frequency for
each input to the MOP Increment or MOP Decrement
terminals of TB2. (Requires the proper [Input Mode]
selection or serial communications.)
[MOP Increment]
'
Units 1 Hz/Sec
Parameter # 22
Parameter Type Read & Write
'
Command Frequency
Frequency
Parameter # 35
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units 1 Hz
Skip Frequency
Setting
Figure 5.15 Skip Frequency Band
This parameter determines the band width around a [Skip
Frequency]. The band width is 2 [Skip Freq Band] –
1/2 the band above and 1/2 the band below the [Skip
Frequency] setting. “0” Disables All Skip Frequencies.
[Skip Freq Band]
Frequency Set Group (cont.)
Chapter 5 – Programming
Drive Output
Frequency
Time
Maximum 255 Hz/Sec
Factory Default 0.00 Hz/Sec
Minimum 0.00
a
Factory Default 0 Hz
Minimum 0 Hz
Maximum 15 Hz
Hz
(Speed)
INC
Time
y
Two times
[Skip Freq Band]
Setting
b
y
DEC
'
Freq
Select 1
(5)
Freq
Select 2
(6)
•
•
•
X
Indicates closed switch.
0
Valid for [Input Mode] = “3 W/2nd Acc” or [Input Mode] = “Run F/R 2nd A”.
•
•
•
Indicates active function/parameter.
•
•
•
■
•
•
Preset
Freq 1
(27)
•
•
•
Preset
Freq 2
(28)
The parameter [Freq Source] indicates the active frequency source. See p. 5-45.
Factory default settings.
Not valid for [Input Mode] = “3 W/2nd Acc” or [Input Mode] = “Run F/R 2nd A”.
Ena led
Enabled
Disabled
➁
Upper
Presets
(72)
Preset
Freq 3
(29)
Frequency Source ➀
Preset
Freq 6
(75)
•
•
Preset
Freq 7
(76)
Indicates open switch.
•
Preset
Freq 5
(74)
➀
➁
➂
Preset
Pre e
➁
Preset/
2nd
Accel(26)
Preset
Freq 4
(73)
Parameter Settings
Accel
Time 1
(7)
•➂
•➂
•➂
•➂
•➂
•➂
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
(26) Indicates parameter number.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•➂
•➂
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Accel/Decel
Decel
Time 1
(8)
Table 5.A Frequency Source Selection
Accel
Time 2
(30)
Chapter 5 – Programming
Decel
Time 2
(31)
X
X
X
X
0
0
0
0
X
X
X
X
0
0
0
0
SW3
TB2-18
X
X
0
0
X
X
0
0
X
X
0
0
X
X
0
0
SW2
TB2-17
5-29
X
0
X
0
X
0
X
0
X
0
X
0
X
0
X
0
SW1
TB2-16
Control Terminal Block
Ena led
Enabled
Disabled
➁
Upper
Presets
(72)
Freq
Select 1
(5)
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Freq
Select 2
(6)
•
•
•
•
Preset
Freq 3
(29)
Preset
Freq 2
(28)
Frequency Source ➀
•
•
•
•
Preset
Freq 7
(76)
Preset
Freq 6
(75)
Preset
Freq 5
(74)
Preset
Freq 1
(27)
The parameter [Freq Source] indicates the active frequency source. See p. 5-45.
Factory default settings.
Indicates active function/parameter.
X Indicates closed switch.
0 Indicates open switch.
5-30
➀
➁
•
2nd
A el
Accel
Preset/
2nd
Accel(26)
Preset
Freq 4
(73)
Parameter Settings
Accel
Time 1
(7)
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
(26) Indicates parameter number.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Accel/Decel
Decel
Time 1
(8)
Table 5.B Accel/Decel Selection
Accel
Time 2
(30)
Chapter 5 – Programming
Decel
Time 2
(31)
X
X
X
X
0
0
0
0
X
X
X
X
0
0
0
0
SW3
TB2-18
X
X
0
0
X
X
0
0
X
X
0
0
X
X
0
0
SW2
TB2-17
X
0
X
0
X
0
X
0
X
0
X
0
X
0
X
0
SW1
TB2-16
Control Terminal Block
•
X
Indicates closed switch.
0
Indicates open switch.
X
0
SW3
TB2-18
MOP➁ Decrement
MOP➁ Decrement
SW2
TB2-17
SW1
TB2-16
MOP➂ Increment
MOP➂ Increment
Control Terminal Block
(26) Indicates parameter number.
Indicates active function/parameter.
•
Decel
Time 2
(31)
MOP Increment – When this switch is closed, [MOP Hz] is increased at the rate programmed in [MOP Increment].
•
Accel
Time 2
(30)
Accel/Decel
Decel
Time 1
(8)
•
•
•
Accel
Time 1
(7)
➂
•
Freq
Select 2
(6)
The parameter [Freq Source] indicates the active frequency source. See p. 5-45.
MOP Decrement – When this switch is closed, [MOP Hz] is decreased at the rate programmed in [MOP Increment].
Disabled
or
Enabled
Preset
or
2nd Accel
Freq
Select 1
(5)
Frequency Source ➀
➀
➁
Upper Presets
(72)
Preset/
2nd Accel (26)
Parameter Settings
Table 5.C Motor Operated Potentiometer (MOP) Frequency Source and Accel/Decel Selection
Chapter 5 – Programming
5-31
This value sets the maximum number of times the drive
attempts to reset a fault and restart before the drive issues
a ‘‘Max Retries Fault.” Not operative for faults 9, 10, 11,
24, 25, 26, 29, 30, 32, 33, 34, 35, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42,
43 and 48. IMPORTANT: [Reset/Run Tries] is a
cumulative count. This counter resets to zero if four (4)
minutes elapses since the last fault.
[Reset/Run Tries]
5-32
Parameter # 14
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units None
Settings ‘‘Enabled”
‘‘Disabled”
Factory Default ‘‘Disabled”
This group contains the necessary parameters to activate and program advanced features of the drive.
Parameter # 85
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units None
Factory Default 0
Minimum 0
Maximum 9
ATTENTION: This parameter may only be used as outlined in NFPA 79, paragraph 6-14 (exceptions 1-3) for
specialized applications. Equipment damage and/or personal injury may result if this parameter is used in an
inappropriate application.
This parameter enables the function that allows the drive to
automatically restart on power up regardless of what the
drive status was before power is lost. This applies only
when there is a maintained input to the start and stop
inputs. Refer to Chapter 2, Figure 2.5.
[Run On Power Up]
Feature
Select
Chapter 5 – Programming
IMPORTANT: If [Stop Select] is set to “S Curve”
then the decel time will be double the active decel
setting when a stop command is provided.
Accel/Decel times are double the active accel/decel time
settings.
IMPORTANT: The setting for [S-Curve Time] must be 0.
Figure 5.16 S-Curve
This parameter enables a fixed shape S-Curve.
[S Curve Enable]
This value sets the time between restart attempts when
[Reset/Run Tries] is a value other than zero.
IMPORTANT: [Reset/Run Tries] is a cumulative count.
This counter resets to zero if four (4) minutes elapses
since the last fault.
[Reset/Run Time]
a Accel Time'
1 or 2
a 2X Accel Time 1 or 2 '
Factory Default ‘‘Disabled”
Parameter # 57
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units None
aDecel Time '
1 or 2
a 2X Decel Time 1 or 2 '
Settings ‘‘Enabled”
‘‘Disabled”
Factory Default 1.0 Sec
Minimum 0.5 Sec
Maximum 30.0 Sec
Parameter # 15
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units 0.1 Second
Chapter 5 – Programming
Disabled
Enabled
5-33
Feature Select Group (cont.)
5-34
This parameter selects between English and the alternate
second language that can be displayed on the HIM.
[Language]
IMPORTANT: If [Stop Select] is set to “S
Curve” then the decel time will be double the
active decel setting when a stop command is
provided.
[S-Curve Enable] must be ‘‘enabled” for this
parameter to be active. The [S-Curve Time]
setting is added to the active accel/decel times
to form an adjustable S-Curve.
Figure 5.17 S-Curve Time
This parameter enables an adjustable shape S-Curve
accel/decel time. IMPORTANT: [S-Curve Time] must be
set to a value less than or equal to the Accel & Decel
times.
[S Curve Time]
Feature Select Group (cont.)
Chapter 5 – Programming
a Accel Time
1 or 2
'
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units None
Parameter # 47
a 1/2 '
S-Curve
Time
a1/2 '
S-Curve
Time
Parameter # 56
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units 0.1 Second
a Decel Time
1 or 2
'
Disabled
a 1/2 '
S-Curve
Time
Enabled
Settings ‘‘English”
or
“French”
“Italian”
“Spanish”
“German”
Factory Default Alternate language in multilingual versions,
English in English only versions.
a1/2 '
S-Curve
Time
Factory Default 0.0 Sec
Minimum 0.0 Sec
Maximum 300.0 Sec
This parameter determines the amount of delay time
before a valid output occurs. The delay time begins when
the drive reaches [Balance Freq]. The output contact will
be closed when balanced and open when unbalanced.
[Balance Time] (FRN 4.01 and below only)
This parameter selects the frequency at which balance
detection is performed.
[Balance Freq] (FRN 4.01 and below only)
Factory Default 0 Hz
Minimum 0 Hz
Maximum 255 Hz
Factory Default 0 Sec
Minimum 0 Sec
Maximum 255 Sec
Parameter # 80
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units 1 Hertz
Parameter # 79
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units 0.1 second
Chapter 5 – Programming
5-35
Feature Select Group (cont.)
255
5-36
This parameter selects the length of cable that is
connected to the motor. IMPORTANT: If “Overload Fault”
(F7) occurs – choose “Long” length.
[Cable Length] (FRN 4.01 and above only)
(FRN 4.01 and below only)
Figure 5.18 Motor Unbalance
This parameter determines the acceptable variation in
phase angle which is set between a balanced condition
and an unbalanced condition. A balance condition is
defined as a variation which is less than the ‘Balance
Angle’ setting. [Output 1 Config] or [Output 2 Config]
can be set to ‘‘Balance” to indicate when a balanced
condition exists.
[Balance Angle] (FRN 4.01 and below only)
Feature Select Group (cont.)
Chapter 5 – Programming
Phase Angle Variation
0
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units None
Parameter # 143
–0.5 Hz
Parameter # 78
Parameter Type Read & Write
+1.0 Hz
Settings “Short”
“Long”
Factory Default “Short”
[Balance Freq]
y
Detection Window
Factory Default 0
Minimum 0
Maximum 255
[Balance Angle]
Parameter # 91
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units None
Parameter # 90
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units None
‘‘Balanced”➀
‘‘Above Curr”
‘‘Running”
‘‘Faulted”
‘‘Alarm”
Settings ‘‘At Speed”
‘‘Above Freq”
Factory Default “Running”
‘‘Balanced”➀
‘‘Above Curr”
‘‘Running”
‘‘Faulted”
‘‘Alarm”
Settings ‘‘At Speed”
‘‘Above Freq”
Factory Default “Faulted“
Output closes when drive reaches [Freq Command].
Output closes when drive exceeds value set in
[Above Freq Val].
Output closes when drive is running.
Output closes when drive is faulted.
Output closes when the drive reaches hardware
current limit, software current limit, overvoltage, line
loss or 4-20 mA loss.
Output closes when a balance condition is detected.
Output closes when current exceeds value set in
[Above Curr Val].
Output closes when drive reaches [Freq Command].
Output closes when drive exceeds value set in
[Above Freq Val].
Output closes when drive is running.
Output closes when drive is faulted.
Output closes when the drive reaches hardware
current limit, software current limit, overvoltage, line
loss or 4-20 mA loss.
Output closes when a balance condition is detected.
Output closes when current exceeds value set in
[Above Curr Val].
This group of parameters contains the programming options for digital and analog drive outputs.
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state for a period of time until the internal control of the drive has initialized (3 sec. max.). Any control system connected to the programmable outputs
should take this into consideration. On power down, the programmable outputs may transition in a similar way.
Application Note: During power up of the drive, the customer programmable Outputs 1 & 2 (TB2–9 & 10, TB2– 19 & 20) are in an indeterminate
➀ FRN 4.01 and below only.
This parameter sets the condition that actuates the open
collector
TB2, terminals
e r output
u pu at T
er
s 19 andd 20.
[Output 2 Config]
➀ FRN 4.01 and below only.
This parameter sets the condition that actuates the relay
u pu at TB2,
T terminals
er
s 9 andd 10.
output
[Output 1 Config]
Output
Configuration
Chapter 5 – Programming
Parameter # 142
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units 1%
Parameter # 77
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units Hertz
Parameter # 25
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units None
0 to Drive Rated Voltage
0 to Maximum Bus Voltage– 410V/230V Drives
815V/460V Drives
0 to 200% of Drive Rated OutputPower
0 to 200% of Rated Drive Output Current)
0 to [Maximum Freq]
Factory Default 0 % of Drive Rated Current ➀
Minimum 0 % of Drive Rated Current ➀
Maximum 150% of Drive Rated Current ➀
NOTE: This parameter can not be programmed
while the drive is running.
Factory Default 0 Hz
Minimum 0 Hz
Maximum 400 Hz
‘‘Power”
“Output Volts”
Setting ‘‘Frequency”
‘‘Current”
‘‘Bus Volts”
Factory Default “Frequency”
The drive rated output current is based on three phase input ratings. See page 5-14 for Single Phase Input Rating instructions.
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➀
This parameter sets the level at which Output 1 or Output 2
will transition when [Output 1 Config] or [Output 2
Config] are set to ‘‘Above Curr”. This provides an
indication that the drive output current exceeds the
programmed value.
[Above Curr Val]
This parameter sets the level at which Output 1 or Output 2
will transition when [Output 1 Config] or [Output 2
Config] are set to ‘‘Above Freq”. This provides an
indication that the drive is operating above the
programmed frequency value.
[Above Freq Val]
This parameter selects the value to which the 0-10V DC
analog output
iss pr
proportional
to.
u pu at TB2-5
T
p r
[Analog Out Sel]
Output Configuration Group (cont.)
Chapter 5 – Programming
Parameter # 51
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units None
Parameter # 86-89
Parameter Type Read Only
Units None
2
3
0
1
‘‘Clear Fault”
Displays ‘‘Ready”
Factory Default ‘‘Ready”
Buffer
Factory Default None
Attempts to clear fault
Display after function has been attempted
Last Fault, stored in EEPROM
Fault from Buffer 0, Stored in EEPROM
Fault from Buffer 1, Stored in EEPROM
Fault from Buffer 2, Stored in EEPROM
This group of parameters provides information and programmed settings on commonly viewed drive faults.
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IMPORTANT:To clear a fault using parameter #51, press the SEL key once to select the bottom display line. Press the ▲ ▼ keys
until “Clear Fault” appears on the bottom display line. Press the ↵ key. This action will attempt to clear the fault. “Ready” will be
displayed. Press the ESC key several times to get back to the Status Display and check if the fault has been cleared. If the fault has
not been cleared refer to the Troubleshooting section of this manual.
This parameter is used to clear a fault and return the drive
to ready status if the fault condition no longer exists.
IMPO TA T: [Clear
lear Fault]
a l will stop
s p a ru
ve Also
s
IMPORTANT:
running dr
drive.
[Clear Fault] does not clear [Fault Buffer 0] through
[Fault Buffer 3].
[Clear Fault]
These parameters store the last (4) faults that occur. If the
same fault occurs multiple times in a row, it will only be
stored once. [Fault Buffer 0] through [Fault Buffer 3] can
only be cleared by ‘‘Reset Defaults” from EEPROM mode
or [Set Defaults] parameter. This will leave a ‘‘F48” in
[Fault Buffer 0] and reset all parameters to factory
defaults.
[Fault Buffer 0-3]
Faults
Chapter 5 – Programming
5-40
IMPORTANT:The “Line Loss” alarm bit will be set when
this condition exists regardless of the parameter setting.
This setting determines whether a 15% drop in DC Bus
voltage will have no effect on operation or cause a ‘‘Power
ss Fault”
u (fault
u F03).
)
Loss
[Line Loss Fault]
This setting determines whether or not exceeding the
se
setting
in [Current
rren Limit]
L
will cause
use a Diagnostic
s Current
urre
Limit Fault (Fault F36).
[Cur Lim Trip En]
Faults Group (cont.)
Chapter 5 – Programming
Parameter # 40
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units None
Parameter # 82
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units None
‘‘FO3 Enable”
Setting ‘‘UVolt Run”
Factory Default ‘‘F03 Enable”
‘‘Default Run”
Setting ‘‘Trip @ I Lim”
Factory Default ‘‘Default Run”
Drive Trips at 85% of nominal bus voltage.
‘‘Power Loss Fault” Disabled
No fault generated
A Diagnostic Current Limit Fault is generated
T1 T2
T3
Undervolt
Fault
No Fault
No Fault
T4 T5
T6
Undervolt
Fault
No Output
Power
Output Power is on
Power Loss Fault
No Fault
Faults Group (cont.)
This parameter controls the method for clearing faults.
[Flt Clear Mode]
Parameter # 39
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units None
‘‘Disabled”
Setting ‘‘Enabled”
Factory Default ‘‘Enabled”
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Faults Cleared By Issuing a Valid Stop Command or
Cycling Input Power
Faults Cleared Only By Cycling Input Power
To obtain longer power ride-thru, choose “U Volt Run”. This allows the output power to be on from time T1 to T3. To obtain a
longer control ride–thru, choose “F03 Enable”. The output power devices are turned off at time T5 but note that time T6 – T5 is
greater than time T3 – T2.
Application Notes: If line loss is set to ‘‘U Volt Run” and [Run On Power Up] is enabled, the drive will run as long as the bus
voltage is high enough to maintain logic.
➀ Minimum Bus
Voltage
85% Nominal
Bus Voltage
100% Nominal
Bus Voltage
Line Loss Fault “F03 Enable” (Enabled)
No Output Power
Output Power is on
Output Power is on
➀ Minimum bus voltage is approximately 70% of Line Voltage
➀ Minimum Bus
Voltage
85% Nominal
Bus Voltage
100% Nominal
Bus Voltage
Line Loss Fault “U Volt Run” (Disabled)
Chapter 5 – Programming
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T s pparameter
This
r e er ddisplays
sp s thee sstatus
us of thee dr
drive
ve commands
ds
in an 88-bit binary
r format.
r
[Drive Command]
Diagnostics
Chapter 5 – Programming
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Parameter # 58
Parameter Type Read Only
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
“Run”
“Reverse”
“Accel 2”
“Decel 2”
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Run
Reverse
Accel 2
Decel 2
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
This group of parameters contains values that can be helpful in explaining the operation of the drive. Drive
status, direction, control and alarm conditions are included.
T s parameter
This
p r e er displays
d sp s thee actual
u operating
per
condition
d
in
166 bit binary
r format.
r
[Drive Status]
Bit 15
Bit 7
Bit 14
Bit 6
Bit 13
Bit 5
Parameter # 59
Parameter Type Read Only
Bit 12
Bit 4
Bit 11
Bit 3
Bit 10
Bit 2
Bit 9
Chapter 5 – Programming
Bit 1
Bit 8
Bit 0
“Enabled”
“Running”
“Command Fwd”
“Rotating Fwd”
“Accel”
“Decel”
“Alarm”
“Faulted”
“At Speed”
“Local 0”
“Local 1”
“Local 2”
“Freq Ref 0”
“Freq Ref 1”
“Freq Ref 2”
“Freq Ref 3”
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Enabled
Running
Command Forward
Rotating Forward
Accel
Decel
Alarm
Faulted
At Speed
Local 0
Local 1
Local 2
Freq Ref 0
Freq Ref 1
Freq Ref 2
Freq Ref 3
Diagnostics Group (cont.)
5-44
T s parameter
This
p r e er displays
d sp s thee open
pe (0)) andd closed
sed (1)) status
s us
of inputs
pu s at T
TB2. Refer
e er to Figure
ure 2.5 andd Figure
ure 2.66 forr
description of terminal connections.
[Input Status]
➀ FRN 4.01 and below only.
T s pparameter
This
r e er ddisplays
sp s which alarm
r condition
d
iss prese
present
when
e bit 6 of [Drive
r eS
Status]
a
iss high (set
se to 1))
[Drive Alarm]
Diagnostics Group (cont.)
Chapter 5 – Programming
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
Parameter # 55
Parameter Type Read Only
Bit 3
Bit 7 Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0
Parameter # 60
Parameter Type Read Only
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
“Hard Cur Lim”
“Soft Cur Lim”
“Bus Overvolt”
“Line Loss”
“4-20mA Loss
“Bus Changing”
“Balanced”
N/A
“Start TB2-6”
“Stop TB2-8”
“Rev TB2-13”
“Jog TB2-14”
“SW1 TB2-16”
“SW2 TB2-17”
“SW3 TB2-18”
N/A
TB2–6 Start/Run Forward
TB2–8 Stop
TB2–13 Reverse/Run Reverse
TB2–14 JOG
TB2–16 SW1
TB2–17 SW2
TB2–18 SW3
Not Used
Hard Current Limit
Software Currnt Limit
Bus Overvoltage
Line Loss
4-20mA Loss
Bus Changing
Balanced➀
Not Used
This parameter is used for internal diagnostic purposes.
[Motor Mode]
This parameter displays the running direction of the drive.
[Drive Direction]
This parameter displays the frequency that the drive is
commanded to output. This command may come from any
one of the frequency sources selected by [Freq Select 1],
[Freq Select 2] or [Preset Freq 1-7] as determined by
inputs to SW1, SW2 and SW3 at TB2.
[Freq Command]
This parameter displays the frequency source currently
commanding the drive.
[Freq Source]
Factory Default ‘‘Forward’’
Minimum
Displays ‘‘Forward”
‘‘Reverse”
Parameter # 69
Parameter Type Read Only
Units None
Parameter Type Read Only
Parameter # 43
Factory Default 0.00 Hz
Minimum 0 Hz
Maximum 400.00 Hz
Displays ‘‘Remote Pot”
‘‘0-10 Volt”
‘‘4–20 mA”
‘‘MOP”
‘‘Adapter 1”
‘‘Adapter 2”
‘‘Adapter 3”
‘‘Adapter 4”
‘‘Adapter 5”
‘‘Adapter 6”
Parameter # 65
Parameter Type Read Only
Units 0.01 Hz
Parameter # 62
Parameter Type Read
Units None
Chapter 5 – Programming
‘‘Preset 1”
‘‘Preset 2”
‘‘Preset 3”
‘‘Preset 4”
‘‘Preset 5’’
‘‘Preset 6”
‘‘Preset 7”
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Diagnostics Group (cont.)
5-46
Setting parameter to ‘‘Default Init” resets all parameters to
their
e r factory
r values.
v ues See also
s page
p e 3-12 EEPROM
M Mode.
M de
[Set Defaults]
This parameter displays the internal drive temperature.
[Drive Temp]
This parameter displays the number of output cycles for
the PWM waveform. The count rolls over at 65535.
[Output Pulses]
This parameter displays the version number of the drive
firmware.
[Drive Firmware]
This parameter displays a decimal number that identifies
the drive.
[Drive Type]
This parameter is used for internal diagnostic purposes.
[Power Mode]
Diagnostics Group (cont.)
Chapter 5 – Programming
Parameter # 44
Factory Default ‘‘Ready”
Settings ‘‘Ready”
‘‘Store to EE”
Note: This parameter can not be programmed while ‘‘Recll frm EE”
‘‘Default Init”
the drive is running.
Parameter # 64
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units None
Maximum 100_C
Factory Default None
Minimum 0_C
Parameter # 70
Parameter Type Read Only
Units 1_C
Factory Default None
Minimum 0
Maximum 65535
Factory Default None
Display 0.00
Parameter # 67
Parameter Type Read Only
Units Cycles
Parameter # 71
Parameter Type Read Only
Parameter # 61
Parameter Type Read Only
Units None
Parameter Type Read Only
Saves parameter Ram to EEPROM
Restores parameter Ram from EEPROM
Resets All Parameters to Their Factory Settings
Display After Function Complete
This parameter determines which adapters can issue
forward/reverse commands. IMPORTANT: Terminal Block
(TB2) will have control unless masked out.
[Direction Mask]
This parameter determines which adapters are allowed to
control the drive logic commands. Setting a bit to ‘‘0”
(deny control) disables all command functions except stop
and frequency reference. IMPORTANT: In order to remove
an adapter from the drive without causing a drive
communications fault, the corresponding bit for that
adapter must be set to zero. IMPORTANT: This parameter
has no effect on the frequency value being sent from TB2
or any of the adapters.
[Logic Mask]
Each mask contains a bit for each adapter.
Individual bits can be set to ‘‘0” to lockout
control by an adapter or set to ‘‘1” to permit an
adapter to have control.
Masks
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Parameter # 94
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units Byte
Parameter # 92
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units Byte
Mask
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
Settings 1
0
Factory Default 01111111
Settings 1
0
Factory Default 01111111
Bit 4
Permit Control
Deny Control
Permit Control
Deny Control
“TB2”
“Adapter 1”
“Adapter 2”
“Adapter 3”
“Adapter 4”
“Adapter 5”
“Adapter 6”
N/A
TB2
Adapter 1
Adapter 2
Adapter 3
Adapter 4
Adapter 5
Adapter 6
Not Used
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This group of parameters contains binary masks for all control functions except the stop command. The
masks control which adapters can issue control commands.
Chapter 5 – Programming
5-48
This parameter determines which adapters can switch
between [Decel Time 1] and [Decel Time 2].
IMPORTANT: Terminal Block (TB2) will have control unless
masked out.
[Decel Mask]
This parameter determines which adapters can switch
between [Accel Time 1] and [Accel Time 2].
IMPORTANT: Terminal Block (TB2) will have control unless
masked out.
[Accel Mask]
This parameter determines which adapters can control the
switching between the available freq. reference sources.
IMPORTANT: Terminal Block (TB2) will have control unless
masked out.
[Reference Mask]
This parameter determines which adapters can issue jog
commands.
[Jog Mask]
This parameter determines which adapters can issue start
commands.
[Start Mask]
Masks Group (cont.)
Chapter 5 – Programming
Parameter # 99
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units Byte
Parameter # 98
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units Byte
Parameter # 97
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units Byte
Parameter # 96
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units Byte
Parameter # 95
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units Byte
Settings 1
0
Factory Default 01111111
Settings 1
0
Factory Default 01111111
Settings 1
0
Factory Default 01111111
Settings 1
0
Factory Default 01111111
Settings 1
0
Factory Default 01111111
Permit Control
Deny Control
Permit Control
Deny Control
Permit Control
Deny Control
Permit Control
Deny Control
Permit Control
Deny Control
IMPORTANT: This parameter has no effect on the
frequency value being sent from TB2 or any of the
adapters..
IMPORTANT: The only way to obtain local control of
Bulletin 1305 drives is through the serial port via a PLC
command.
This parameter determines which adapters can issue a
Local command in order to obtain exclusive control of the
drive. For safety reasons, local control can only be granted
or removed while the drive is not running and is in a safe
state. If any adapter is in local control of the drive, all other
adapters are locked out and prohibited from controlling any
logic function except stop.
[Local Mask]
This parameter determines which adapters can issue MOP
commands to the drive.
[MOP Mask]
This parameter determines which adapters can reset a
fault using input control signals.
[Fault Mask]
Parameter # 93
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units Byte
Parameter # 101
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units Byte
Parameter # 100
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units Byte
Settings 1
0
Factory Default 01111111
Settings 1
0
Factory Default 01111111
Settings 1
0
Factory Default 01111111
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Permit Control
Deny Control
Permit Control
Deny Control
Permit Control
Deny Control
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Masks Group (cont.)
5-50
IMPORTANT: Only one adapter is allowed to control
direction at any instance.
This parameter displays which adapter currently has
exclusive control of direction changes. When commanding
the direction from an adapter, the corresponding bit is set
to “1”.
[Direction Owner]
This parameter displays which adapters are currently
issuing a valid stop command.
[Stop Owner]
Owners
Chapter 5 – Programming
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Parameter # 103
Parameter Type Read Only
Units Byte
Parameter # 102
Parameter Type Read Only
Units Byte
Owners
Bit 4
Bit 2
Settings 1
0
Settings 1
0
Bit 3
Bit 1
Bit 0
Controlling
Not Controlling
Controlling
Not Controlling
“TB2”
“Adapter 1”
“Adapter 2”
“Adapter 3”
“Adapter 4”
“Adapter 5”
“Adapter 6”
N/A
TB2
Adapter 1
Adapter 2
Adapter 3
Adapter 4
Adapter 5
Adapter 6
Not Used
This group of parameters contains binary status information to display which adapters are issuing
control commands.
This parameter displays which adapters are currently
issuing Jog commands. Since the Jog function is
momentary, multiple adapters can issue Jog commands
simultaneously. This means that all adapters issuing the
Jog must stop commanding the Jog before the function
ceases. IMPORTANT: Stop commands will terminate Jog
control and Start commands will override any Jog
command.
[Jog Owner]
This parameter displays which adapters are currently
issuing Start commands. Since Start commands are edge
triggered, multiple adapters can issue the Start command
simultaneously and as such are displayed. However, it is
the first low to high transition of the Start (once all Stops
and/or Faults are removed) that initiates the actual Start
command.
[Start Owner]
Parameter # 105
Parameter Type Read Only
Units Byte
Parameter # 104
Parameter Type Read Only
Units Byte
Settings 1
0
Settings 1
0
Chapter 5 – Programming
Controlling
Not Controlling
Controlling
Not Controlling
5-51
Owners Group (cont.)
5-52
This parameter displays which adapters are currently
issuing a [Clear Faults] Command. Multiple adapters can
issue simultaneous [Clear Faults] Commands.
[Fault Owner]
This parameter displays which adapter currently is
exclusively controlling the selection between
[Decel Time 1] and [Decel Time 2].
[Decel Owner]
This parameter displays which adapter currently is
exclusively controlling the selection between
[Accel Time 1] and [Accel Time 2].
[Accel Owner]
This parameter displays which adapter has exclusive
control of selecting the [Freq Source].
[Reference Owner]
Owners Group (cont.)
Chapter 5 – Programming
Parameter # 109
Parameter Type Read Only
Units Byte
Parameter # 108
Parameter Type Read Only
Units Byte
Parameter # 107
Parameter Type Read Only
Units Byte
Parameter # 106
Parameter Type Read Only
Units Byte
Settings 1
0
Settings 1
0
Settings 1
0
Settings 1
0
Controlling
Not Controlling
Controlling
Not Controlling
Controlling
Not Controlling
Controlling
Not Controlling
This parameter displays which adapter currently has
exclusive control of all drive logic functions by requesting a
LOCAL command. If an adapter is the [Local Owner], all
other functions (except stop) on all other adapters are
locked out and non-functional. IMPORTANT: Local control
can only be granted when the drive is in a safe state or
stopped.
[Local Owner]
This parameter displays which adapters are currently
issuing increases or decreases in MOP Command
Frequency. Multiple adapters can issue changes
simultaneously to the MOP value.
[MOP Owner]
Parameter # 137
Parameter Type Read Only
Units Byte
Parameter # 110
Parameter Type Read Only
Units Byte
Settings 1
0
Settings 1
0
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Controlling
Not Controlling
Controlling
Not Controlling
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Owners Group (cont.)
5-54
[Preset Freq 7] are not accessible with these
parameters in firmware version FRN 4.01 and
earlier.
IMPORTANT: [Preset Freq 1] through
Parameter
Bulletin 1305 drive
111 Data In A1
112 Data In A2
113 Data In B1
114 Data In B2
115 Data In C1
116 Data In C2
117 Data In D1
118 Data In D2
Parameter # 111 - 118
Parameter Type Read & Write
Controller Output Image Table (i.e. PLC, SLC, etc.)
IMPORTANT: addressing information that defines which controller
I/O address corresponds to a [Data In] parameter is determined by
the dip switch settings on the external communication module.
Refer to the appropriate Bulletin 1203 Communication Module User
Manual for details.
Refer to Appendix B for additional information.
This group contains the parameters needed for an optional communications adapter to communicate with the drive.
accessed indirectly using Data In will not be
stored permanently and automatically to
EEPROM (due to the high potential update rate
from a PLC). A manual operation is necessary
for permanent storage. The HIM EEPROM
command, Save Values, or using parameter (64)
[Set Defaults] will perform this task. Similarly,
to restore the values to the ones the drive had
before Data In was configured, the HIM Recall
Values Function can be used.
IMPORTANT
IMPORTANT: The drive parameter that is
These parameters are used to write real time data values
from a source controller (PLC, SLC, etc.) to the drive. This
is accomplished by programming a parameter number into
the [Data In] parameters. The value programmed into the
source controller’s output image table will be written to the
drive parameter identified in the corresponding [Data In]
parameter.
[Data In A1 through D2]
Adapter I/O
Chapter 5 – Programming
[Preset Freq 7] are not accessible with these
parameters in firmware version FRN 4.01 and
earlier.
IMPORTANT: [Preset Freq 1] through
T ese pparameters
These
r e ers are
re used to write
r e re
real timee ddata values
v ues
from
r thee dr
drive
ve to a des
destination controller.
r er This
T s iss
accomplished by programming a parameter number into
the [Data Out] parameters. The real time value of that
parameter will be written to the input image table of the
destination controller.
[Data Out A1 through D2]
Parameter
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
Data Out A1
Data Out A2
Data Out B1
Data Out B2
Data Out C1
Data Out C2
Data Out D1
Data Out D2
Bulletin 1305 drive
Parameter # 119 - 126
Parameter Type Read & Write
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IMPORTANT: addressing information that defines which controller
I/O address corresponds to a [Data Out] parameter is determined by
the dip switch settings on the external communication module. Refer
to the appropriate Bulletin 1203 Communication Module User Manual
for details.
Refer to Appendix B for additional information.
Controller Input Image Table (i.e. PLC, SLC, etc.)
Chapter 5 – Programming
Factory Default 1
Minimum 1
Maximum Max. Parameter Number
Factory Default +1.00
Minimum –327.68
Maximum +327.67
Factory Default ‘‘?’’
Parameter # 127
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units Numeric
Parameter # 128
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units Numeric
Parameter #(s) 129-136
Parameter Type Read & Write
Units ASCII Text
Character
This group contains parameters that can be used to display a drive parameter in ‘‘User Units.”
The maximum value that can be displayed is 99,999.99. If this value is exceeded a
character string of asterisks (******* ) will appear on the display.
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➀
These parameters set the ‘‘User Units” description for
the value determined by [Process Par] and [Process
Scale]. This text is displayed on Line 1 of the HIM.
[Process Txt 1-8]
This value sets the scaling multiplier for [Process Par].
The displayed value will be:
[Process Par] actual value
[Process Scale] value
Displayed Value ➀
[Process Scale]
This parameter should be set to the number of the
parameter whose scaled value will be displayed on
Line 1 of the HIM Display Panel when in process mode.
[Process Par]
Process Display
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FRN 4.01 and below only.
FRN 4.01 and above only.
➁
Output Voltage
% Output Curr
% Output Power
Last Fault
Freq Select 1
Freq Select 2
Accel Time 1
Decel Time 1
DC Boost Select
Stop Select
DB Enable
DC Hold Time
DC Hold Level
Run On Power Up
Reset/Run Time
Minimum Freq
Base Frequency
Base Voltage
Maximum Freq
Maximum Voltage
Input Mode
MOP Increment
Output Power
➀
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
Linear List
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
Jog Frequency
Analog Out Sel
Prst/2nd Accel
Preset Freq 1
Preset Freq 2
Preset Freq 3
Accel Time 2
Decel Time 2
Skip Freq 1
Skip Freq 2
Skip Freq 3
Skip Freq Band
Current Limit
Overload Mode
Overload Current
Flt Clear Mode
Line Loss Fault
Motor Type
MOP Hertz
Motor Mode
Power Mode
PWM Frequency
Current Angle
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50
51
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55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
64
65
66
67
69
70
71
Language
Start Boost
Break Frequency
Break Voltage
Clear Fault
Compensation
DC Bus Voltage
Output Current
Input Status
S Curve Time
S Curve Enable
Drive Command
Drive Status
Drive Alarm
Drive Type
Freq Source
Set Defaults
Freq Command
Output Freq
Output Pulses
Drive Direction
Drive Temp
Firmware Ver
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76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
Upper Presets
Preset Freq 4
Preset Freq 5
Preset Freq 6
Preset Freq 7
Above Freq Val
Balance Angle➀
Balance Time➀
Balance Freq➀
4–20mA Loss Sel
Cur Lim Trip En
Run Boost
Analog Invert
Reset/Run Tries
Fault Buffer 0
Fault Buffer 1
Fault Buffer 2
Fault Buffer 3
Output 1 Config
Output 2 Config
Logic Mask
Local Mask
Direction Mask
This group lists all parameters in numerical order.
Chapter 5 – Programming
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
Start Mask
Jog Mask
Reference Mask
Accel Mask
Decel Mask
Fault Mask
MOP Mask
Stop Owner
Direction Owner
Start Owner
Jog Owner
Reference Owner
Accel Owner
Decel Owner
Fault Owner
MOP Owner
Data in A1
Data In A2
Data In B1
Data In B2
Data In C1
Data In C2
Data In D1
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120
121
122
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124
125
126
127
128
129
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133
134
135
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137
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142
143
5-57
Data In D2
Data Out A1
Data Out A2
Data Out B1
Data Out B2
Data Out C1
Data Out C2
Data Out D1
Data Out D2
Process Par
Process Scale
Process Text 1
Process Text 2
Process Text 3
Process Text 4
Process Text 5
Process Text 6
Process Text 7
Process Text 8
Local Owner
Sec Curr Limit
Above Curr Val
Cable Length ➁
5-58
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Chapter 5 – Programming
Overvolt Fault
F 5
Table 6.A lists all faults numerically with a cross reference to
the page number where information can be found relating to
that fault. Table 6.B provides an alphabetized listing of the
faults with a description and possible corrective action to take.
Drives equipped with a Human Interface Module will display a
brief fault message on Line 1 of the LCD display when a fault
occurs. Line 2 of the display indicates the corresponding fault
number. IMPORTANT: For Series A HIM software version
3.00 and Above or Series B HIM software version 1.01 and
Above, faults are displayed as soon as they occur. Earlier HIM
versions only display faults when the HIM is in the Status
Display Mode. [Fault Buffer 0] through [Fault Buffer 3]
display previous faults.
Figure 6.1 Fault Display
FAULT INFORMATION
IMPORTANT:The stop signal will not clear a fault if the
[Logic Mask] or [Fault Mask] bit of that adapter has been
disabled or the [Fault Clear Mode] parameter is disabled.
3. Cycle the [Clear Fault] parameter. See page 5-39.
2. Cycle the stop signal to the drive.
1. Cycle power to the drive.
To clear a fault perform one of the following:
IMPORTANT: Resetting a fault will not correct the cause of
the fault condition. Corrective action must be taken prior to
resetting the fault.
How To Clear a Fault
6-1
As can be seen in Figure 2.3, there are two indicators provided
to display the drive’s status condition. The DC Bus Charge
Indicator is a neon bulb that will be illuminated when power is
applied to the drive. The Fault Indicator is an LED that will be
illuminated if a drive fault condition exists. Refer to details on
How To Clear a Fault, below.
Diagnostics
All drives come equipped with a fault LED. When the fault
LED is illuminated it is an indication a fault condition exists.
Refer to page 2-3 for the location of the fault LED. Once the
fault is properly cleared the LED will return to an off state.
Chapter 6 provides information to guide the user in
understanding drive fault conditions and general
troubleshooting procedures for Bulletin 1305 drives. Included is
a listing and description of the various drive faults with
possible solutions, when applicable. Also included is a section
on general troubleshooting. (Refer to Table 6.C).
6
Fault LED
Chapter
CHAPTER OBJECTIVES
Troubleshooting and Fault Information
Overtemp Fault
Open Pot Fault
Serial Fault
Op Error Fault
Overcurrent Flt
Drive Reset Flt
Motor Mode Flt
Overspeed Flt
Power Mode Fault
Hz Err Fault
Hz Sel Fault
EEprom Fault
Max Retries Fault
F8
F9
F10
F11
F12
F22
F24
F25
F26
F29
F30
F32
F33
6-7
6-3
6-3
6-3
6-4
6-3
6-5
6-6
6-6
6-5
6-7
6-5
6-6
6-7
6-8
6-6
6-5
6-6
Page Number
These faults are generated in the HIM and not stored in the drive EEPROM.
6-2
➀
Power Loss Fault
Undervolt Fault
Overvolt Fault
Motor Stall Fault
Overload Fault
Fault Name
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
Fault Number
Table 6.A Fault Code Cross Reference
Chapter 6 – Troubleshooting and Fault Information
–
–
–
–
F45
F46
F48
F40
F41
F42
F43
F44
F34
F35
F36
F38
F39
Fault Number
6-4
6-6
6-7
6-3
6-4
6-5
6-7
Drive → HIM➀
HIM → Drive➀
Network Error ✳ ➀
Pin ID Error➀
6-6
6-8
6-8
6-8
6-4
6-7
6-5
6-3
6-6
6-6
Page Number
IPM Overtemp Fault
Power Test Fault
Reprogram Fault
Phase W Fault
UV Short Fault
UW Short Fault
VW Short Fault
IPM Current Fault
Run Boost Fault
Neg Slope Fault
Diag C Lim Flt
Phase U Fault
Phase V Fault
Fault Name
Occurs on power-up. Caused by having the Start Input (or Run Check stop connection at TB2, terminal 8.
Input) closed, with the Stop Input open and [Run On Power Up]
= Disabled.
EEPROM has invalid data or can not be programmed to valid
data.
This fault indicates that there is not a valid operating frequency. 1. Check [Minimum Freq] and [Maximum Freq] parameters.
It can be caused by any of the following:
2. Check [Skip Freq 1], [Skip Freq 2], [Skip Freq 3] and
[Skip Freq Band] parameters.
1. [Maximum Frequency] is less than [Minimum Freq].
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loss at 4-20mA input, TB2.
frequencies.
3. 4-20mA input signal speed reference has been lost or is out
of range and [4-20mA Loss Sel] is set for ‘‘Stop-Fault.”
An adapter that is not connected has been chosen as the active Connect proper adapter or change active frequency source.
frequency source.
Drive Reset FauIt
F22
EEprom Fault
F32
Hz Err Fault
F29
Hz Sel Fault
F30
Check cable connection from main control board to power board.
Reset to Default Parameters and Cycle power.
Repeat operation. Replace HIM.
The checksum read from the HIM’s EEPROM does not match
the checksum calculated from the EEPROM data.
Drive → HIM
Check programming of [Curr Lim Trip En] parameter. Check
for excess load, improper DC boost setting, DC brake volts set
too high or other causes of excess current.
Action to Take
The drive output current has exceeded the software [Current
Limit] and the [Cur Lim Trip En] parameter was enabled.
Description
Diag C Lim FauIt
F36
Name & Fault Number
Table 6.B Bulletin 1305 Fault Descriptions
Chapter 6 – Troubleshooting and Fault Information
6-3
Action to Take
6-4
Drive unsuccessfully attempted to reset a fault and resume
running for the programmed number of [Reset/Run Tries].
Check fault buffer for fault code requiring reset. Correct the
cause of the fault and manually clear by cycling the stop
command or cycling power.
Check for blocked or dirty heat sink fins. Check for proper
mounting and spacing (See page 2-1). Check if the ambient
temperature limit has been exceeded.
Max Retries Fault
F33
Stop drive, then perform download.
Error 5 – Drive is running while attempting download.
The internal power module thermal limit has been exceeded.
Capabilities of drive are different than the master drive. Press
Enter to continue download. When download is complete,
manually program the parameter where the error occurred.
Error 4 – Saved data for parameter not correct for new drive.
IPM Overtemp Fault
F45
Download can only take place with the same type of drive.
Error 3 – Download was attempted to a different type drive
(i.e. 1336->1305).
The internal power module overcurrent limit had been exceeded. Check for short circuit at the drive output or excessive load
conditions at the motor, specifically cable capacitance to ground.
The last parameter programmed will be displayed on the top
line. Verify that all parameters have been programmed. If not,
manually program any remaining parameters.
Error 2 – The number of parameters in saved profile does not
equal master.
Error 1 – The checksum read from the HIM’s EEPROM does not Repeat operation. Old profile corrupt. Save new profile. Repeat
match the checksum calculated from the EEPROM data.
operation.
Fault Description
IPM Current Fault
F44
HIM → Drive
Fault Name & Number
Table 6.B Bulletin 1305 Fault Descriptions (cont.)
Chapter 6 – Troubleshooting and Fault Information
Network Error 0 – Error 6
Network Error 7 – Error 9
Network Error ✳
Op Error Fault
F11
Open Pot Fault
F9
Drive software detected a portion of the volts/Hz curve with a
negative slope.
Neg Slope Fault
F35
Check drive programming.
1. [Base Voltage] parameter must be greater than 1.5 X [Start
Boost].
2. If the [DC Boost Select] parameter is set to ‘‘Break Point,’’
[Base Voltage] must be greater than [Break Voltage] and
[Break Voltage] must be greater than [Start Boost].
If the motor is drawing excessive current, the motor load is
excessive and will not allow the drive to accelerate to set speed.
A longer accel time or a reduced load may be required.
Reset drive to factory defaults.
Action to Take
1. Press the “UP” or “DOWN” arrow to clear the message from
the HIM display.
2. Unplug the HIM from the cable or drive and re-connect.
3. Check for external noise sources.
[Motor Type] is set to “Sync PM” and [Stop Mode] is set to “DC Change one of these parameters. DC Braking cannot be used
Brake”.
with a synchronous motor.
An external pot is connected and the ground lead of the pot is
Check the external potentiometer circuit at TB2, terminals 1, 2
disconnected creating a potential drive overspeed hazard.
and 3 for an open circuit.
The motor is stalled.
Motor Stall Fault
F6
ScanPort Error
Communications Error
Internal error.
Fault Description
Motor Mode FIt
F24
Fault Name & Number
Table 6.B Bulletin 1305 Fault Descriptions (cont.)
Chapter 6 – Troubleshooting and Fault Information
6-5
A phase to ground fault has been detected between the drive
p se
andd motorr in thiss phase.
A phase to ground fault has been detected between the drive
and motor in this phase.
A phase to ground fault has been detected between the drive
and motor in this phase.
Phase U Fault
F388
Phase V Fault
F39
Phase W Fault
F40
6-6
DC bus voltage exceeded maximum value.
Check for blocked or dirty heat sink fins. Check for proper
mounting and spacing (See page 2-1). Check if the ambient
temperature limit has been exceeded.
Temperature sensor detects excessive heat.
Overvolt Fault
F5
Reset drive to factory defaults.
Internal error.
Overspeed Fault
F25
Overtemp Fault
F8
Check the wiring between the drive and motor. Check motor for
grounded phase.
Check the wiring between the drive and motor. Check motor for
grounded phase.
Check the wiring between the drive and motor. Check motor for
r u ded pphase.
se
grounded
Bus overvoltage can also be caused by motor regeneration.
Extend the decel time or install dynamic brake option.
Monitor the AC line for high line voltage or transient conditions.
An excessive motor load exists. It must be reduced such that
drive output current does not exceed the % of current set by the
[Overload Current] parameter. Reduce [Start Boost] if
applicable. Change [Cable Length] to “Long” if applicable.
Internal electronic overload trip.
Overload Fault
F7
Check for a short circuit at the drive output or excessive load
conditions at the motor.
Action to Take
Overcurrent is detected in overcurrent hardware trip circuit.
Fault Description
Overcurrent FauIt
F12
Fault Name & Number
Table 6.B Bulletin 1305 Fault Descriptions (cont.)
Chapter 6 – Troubleshooting and Fault Information
Internal error.
Fault detected during initial start-up sequence.
Occurs when drive parameters are reset to defaults.
An attempt has been made to set the [Run Boost] parameter to Verify that parameter has been programmed correctly.
a value greater than the [Start Boost] parameter.
An active local bus adapter is disconnected while it possesses
control
r of a local bus
us function.
u
Power Mode Fault
F26
Power Test Fault
F46
Reprogram Fault
F48
Run Boost Fault
F34
Serial Fault
F10
Check for break in communications line.
Clear fault.
Check drive wiring. Check motor wiring. Reset drive to factory
defaults.
Reset drive to factory defaults.
DC bus voltage remained below 85% of nominal for longer than Monitor the incoming AC line for low voltage or line power
0.500 sec. [Line Loss Fault] parameter is programmed to “F03 interruption.
Enable”.
Power Loss Fault
F3
1. Unplug the HIM from the cable or drive and re-connect.
2. Replace Communication Cable.
Action to Take
Communication Hardware problem.
Fault Description
Pin ID Error
Fault Name & Number
Table 6.B Bulletin 1305 Fault Descriptions (cont.)
Chapter 6 – Troubleshooting and Fault Information
6-7
Excessive current has been detected between these two drive
output terminals.
Excessive current has been detected between these two drive
output terminals.
Excessive current has been detected between these two drive
output terminals.
UV Short Fault
F41
UW Short Fault
F42
VW Short Fault
F43
6-8
DC Bus voltage fell below the minimum value. [Line Loss
a l pparameter
r e er iss pr
r
ed to “U Volt Run”.
u
Fault]
programmed
Fault Description
Undervolt Fault
F4
Fault Name & Number
Table 6.B Bulletin 1305 Fault Descriptions (cont.)
Chapter 6 – Troubleshooting and Fault Information
Check the motor and external wiring to the drive output terminals
for a shorted condition.
Check the motor and external wiring to the drive output terminals
for a shorted condition.
Check the motor and external wiring to the drive output terminals
for a shorted condition.
Monitor the incoming AC line for low voltage or line power
interruption.
errup
Action to Take
(1) Check power circuit
- Check supply voltage.
- Check all fuses and disconnects.
(2) Check motor
- Verify that motor is connected properly.
(3) Check control input signals.
- Verify that Enable signal is present. (“Not Enabled” is displayed on the HIM)
- Verify that Start signal is present.
- Verify that Stop signal is present.
- Verify that Run Forward and Run Reverse signals are NOT both active.
(4) Check parameter mask settings
- Verify that [Start Mask] is set properly.
- Verify that [Logic Mask] is set properly.
- Verify that [Local Mask] is set properly.
Action to Take
Drive Started but motor NOT rotating.
(1) Check motor
- Verify that motor is connected properly.
(“At Speed 0.00 Hz” is displayed on HIM).
(2) Check Frequency Source
- Verify that frequency signal is present at terminal block TB2.
- 4-20mA signal
- 0-10V signal
-Remote Potentiometer
- Verify that Adapter or Preset Frequencies are set properly.
(3) Check control input signals.
- Verify that SW1, SW2 and SW3 are in the proper state. (Refer to Table 5.A on page 5-29)
(4) Check parameter settings and charts on Pages 5-29 and 5-30.
- Verify that [Freq Source] is showing the desired frequency source.
- Verify that [Freq Command] is the desired value.
- Verify that [Reference Mask] is set properly.
Motor does not start
(No output voltage to motor)
(“Stopped” is displayed on the HIM).
General Problem
Table 6.C Troubleshooting
Chapter 6 – Troubleshooting and Fault Information
6-9
(1) Check enable signal at TB2, terminals 11 & 12.
Display indicates “Not Enabled”.
6-10
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Can not Start from Adapter.
Verify that [Start Mask] is set properly to allow starting from that adapter.
Verify that [Logic Mask] is set properly to allow starting from that adapter.
Is drive already running?
Examine [Stop Owner] to verify that a maintained Stop does not exist.
(1) Verify that [Direction Mask] is set to allow direction changes from that adapter.
(2) Verify that [Logic Mask] is set to allow direction changes from that adapter.
Can not change direction from Adapter.
Verify that [Jog Mask] is set properly to allow jogging from that adapter.
Verify that [Logic Mask] is set properly to allow jogging from that adapter.
Is drive already running?
Examine [Stop Owner] to verify that a maintained Stop does not exist.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Action to Take
(1) Check motor
- Verify that motor is connected properly.
- Verify that no mechanical problems exist.
2) Check control input signals
- Verify that SW1, SW2, and SW3 are in the proper state to select desired Accel/Decel rates.
(Refer to Table 5.A on page 5-29)
(4) Check parameter settings and charts on Pages 5-29 and 5-30.
- Verify that [Accel Time 1] and [Accel Time 2] are set properly.
- Verify that [Current Limit] is set properly.
- Verify that [DC Boost Select] is set correctly.
- Verify that [Start Boost] and [Run Boost] are set properly.
Action to Take
Can not Jog from Adapter.
Specific Problem
Motor not accelerating properly.
General Problem
Table 6.C Troubleshooting (cont.)
Chapter 6 – Troubleshooting and Fault Information
(1) Verify that [Input Mode] is set correctly.
(2) Has power been cycled for above change to take effect?
(3) Are both Run Forward and Run Reverse switches active?
(1) Verify that the speed source is the adapter in question.
(examine [Freq Source] parameter).
(1) Verify that SW1, SW2, and SW3 are in the proper state to select the desired speed source.
(Refer to charts on Pages 5-29 and 5-30)
(2) Verify that [Freq Source] and [Freq Command] are desired values.
(1) Verify that [Logic Mask] is set properly to allow removal of a particular Adapter
while drive is powered up.
(2) Verify that the adapter being unplugged is not the active frequency source.
(1) Unplug the HIM from the cable or drive and re-connect.
(1) Press the “Up” or “Down” arrow to clear the message from the HIM display.
(2) Unplug the HIM from the cable or drive and re-connect.
(1) Verify that [Fault Clear Mode] is set to “Enabled”
(2) Verify that [Fault Mask] is set to allow clearing of faults from chosen device.
(3) Verify that [Logic Mask] is set properly.
Can not change speed from Adapter.
Can not operate drive without HIM.
Drive faults when Adapter is unplugged.
Pin ID Error is displayed on HIM.
“Network Error ✳”
is displayed on the HIM.
Can not clear fault from Adapter or
Terminal Block with stop command.
Action to Take
Can not operate in “Run Fwd/Run Rev”
mode.
Specific Problem
Table 6.C Troubleshooting (cont.)
Chapter 6 – Troubleshooting and Fault Information
6-11
6-12
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GRD
Rectifier
4-20ma
0-10V
SW3
SW2
SW1
TB2-4
TB2-3
TB2-1
TB2-2
TB2-15
TB2-18
TB2-17
TB2-16
TB2-13
TB2-14
TB2-7
Common
Drive
TB2-11
➀ Enable
Common
TB2-12
Reverse
Jog
Bus
Voltage
Circuitry
IPM
Opto
Isolator
Control
Power
CPU
Relay
Circuitry
TB2-20
TB2-10
TB2-19
TB2-9
Analog
Circuitry
Port 2
Port 1
Fault
Feedback
Current
Circuitry
Option
Module
Motor
Analog Output
0-10 Volts
Customer
Programmable
Outputs
TB2-3 Common
TB2-5
Frequency Meter
Serial Port
GRD
W
T
BRK
U
V
DC+
R
S
Start TB2-6
Stop TB2-8
Fuses
Freq ref pot
➀
CB
BLOCK DIAGRAM
Human Interface Module
A-1
Block Diagram and Specifications
➀ Required to run drive
Appendix A –
8.0
1.5
(2)
A-2
Output current value listed for 380V input voltage. At 415V input voltage, output current is 5.3A. At 460V input voltage, output current is 4.8A.
Output current value listed for 380V input voltage. At 415V input voltage, output current is 8.4A. At 460V input voltage, output current is 7.6A.
➂
34
➃
27
1.7
52
3.1
340V-500V, 47-63 Hz
If the [PWM Frequency] is set above 4kHz, the output current rating must be derated per the chart on page 5-20.
21
1.3
Output current value listed for 200V input voltage. At 230V input voltage, output current is 9.6A for 3 phase.
108
0.9
➁
76
4.6
4.0
1.5
(2)
73
4.6
6.0 ➂
2.2
(3)
-BA06A
380/460V Three Phase, 50/60 Hz
2.3
0.75
(1)
-BA04A
➀
46
3.1
97.5 % (Typical)
Power Dissipation (W)
34
1.7
180-265V, 47-63 Hz
1.6
0.55
(3/4)
-BA03A
Bulletin 1305 Drives Rated 380-460 V AC
-BA02A
0 to 400Hz Programmable
Efficiency (%)
1.3
1.3
0.37
(1/2)
-BA01A
Adjustable from 0 V to Input Voltage
12.0 ➁
2.2
(3)
-AA12A
250 mA maximum (all adapters combined)
-AA08A
0.8 (Lagging)
27
4.5
0.75
(1)
-AA04A
200/230V Three Phase, 50/60 Hz
3.0
0.55
(3/4)
-AA03A
Bulletin 1305 Drive Rated 200-230 V AC
Power Factor
(Displacement)
Input kVA
Operational Range (V)
Input Voltage &
Frequency
INPUT RATINGS
ScanPort Load
Output Frequency (Hz)
0.9
2.3
Output Current (A) ➀
Output Voltage
0.37
(1/2)
3 Phase Motor Rating
kW (HP)
OUTPUT RATINGS
Drive
r e
-AA02A
Block Diagram and Specifications
Table A.1 Specifications
Appendix A –
107
7.0
9.0 ➃
4.0
(5)
-BA09A
1.0 G Operational
Input lmpedance 250 Ohms (Non-Isolated), 10 bit resolution
Input Impedance 100 K Ohms (Non-Isolated), 10 bit resolution
Analog Input
(4 to 20mA)
Analog Input
(0 to 10 V DC)
Interlock Input to enable drive operation
Enable
10 K Ohms, 1 Watt
Configurable Inputs for control of 7 Preset speeds and 2 Accel/Decel times
External Speed
Potentiometer
Momentary (non-maintained) Input
SW1
SW2
SW3
Configurable Inputs for 2 or 3 wire control
Contact closure (Internal 5V supply)
DO NOT ground or apply external voltage
Above 1,000 m (3,300 ft), derate at 6% of drive rated amps per 1000 m
Natural Convection (no fans)
A-3
Block Diagram and Specifications
Jog
Start
Stop
Forward/Reverse
Control Input Type
CONTROL INPUTS
Altitude
Cooling Method
Vibration
0 to 95% (non condensing)
-40_C to 70_C
Relative Humidity
Storage Temperature
NEMA 1 (IP30) standard
0 to 50_C; Optional Enclosures: 0 to 40_C
Ambient Temperature
Enclosure
ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS
Table A.1 Specifications (cont.)
Appendix A –
Block Diagram and Specifications
Load lmpedance 4,000 Ohms, 8 bit resolution
Sine Weighted PWM Output
IGBT Intelligent Power Module
Analog Output
(0 to 10V DC)
PWM AIgorithm
Switching Device 3-Phase Output
-AA02A
-AA03A
-AA04A
-AA08A
Bulletin 1305 Drive Rated 200-240 V AC
-AA12A
N/A
With External Resistor
50%
150%
100%
150%
100%
150%
100%
Trip Free Operation, Co-ordinated for Drive and Motor Protection
100%
Series B Drives only.
Fixed by hardware, based on Drive Rating
A-4
➀
50%
150%
200% for 2 seconds
N/A
100%
Programmable from 20% to 150% of Drive Output Current
N/A
100%
-BA03A
150%
50%
-BA04A
100%
50%
-BA06A
Bulletin 1305 Drives Rated 380-460 V AC
-BA02A
150% for 60 Seconds
Current Limiting
100%
W/0 External Resistor
-BA01A
Adjustable single point or full custom – Start and Run boost available
Adjustable in 100Hz Increments from 2 kHz to 8 kHz. Output Current Derating applies above 4 kHz.
AC Dynamic Braking Torque - Estimated - Actual value will depend on motor characteristics
Drive
r e
CONTROL FEATURES
DC Boost
Carrier Frequency
Programmable
Open Collector (Sink): 24V DC, 20%, 50 mA maximum
(User supplied source voltage)
Programmable
Output 2
V/Hz Ratio
Form A Relay Contact: Resistive Rating 115V AC/ 30V DC, 5A; Inductive Rating 115V AC/ 30V DC, 2A
Programmable
Output 1
CONTROL OUTPUTS
Table A.1 Specifications (cont.)
Appendix A –
100%➀
20%
-BA09A
Current derating below 25% of Base Speed
Current derating below 50% of Base Speed
Overload Pattern #1
Overload Pattern #2
Stops all PWM Output
S-Curve
Control Ride Through
➀
➁
Inherent short circuit protection provided within IPM
Inherent MOV (varistor) protection
See Page 5-12 for NEC and UL information.
Conditions such as ambient temperature, overload, duty cycle, etc. can affect tripping time.
Output Short Circuit
Line Voltage Transients
Any output short to ground, detected prior to start
Minimum ride through 15mS under nominal conditions
Minimum ride through is 0.5 Seconds – typical value 2 seconds
Power Ride Through
Ground Short
DC Bus voltage is monitored for safe operation
Embedded temperature sensor trips if factory preset level is exceeded➁
Ramps to stop with S-Curve profile
Over/Under Voltage
Excessive Temperature
PROTECTIVE FEATURES
Applies DC Voltage to the Motor for 0 to 15 seconds
Coast
DC Brake to stop
0.1 to 3600 seconds
4 modes programmable
0 to 400 Hz
0 to 400 Hz, 7 selections, independently set
Ramp to stop
Stopping Modes
Jog Input
Preset Speeds
0.1 to 3600 Seconds, independently set (2 Accel, 2 Decel)
Flat response over speed range (no current derating)
Accel/Decel Time(s)
A-5
Block Diagram and Specifications
Electronic Overload Protection. Adjustable from 20% to 115% (Motor FLA)
Overload Pattern #0
Motor Protection➀
Table A.1 Specifications (cont.)
Appendix A –
3 versions available ( Digital Pot., Analog Pot. and Blank)
Multiple Languages available
16 character, 2 line LCD supertwist with backlight
Parameters displayed in textual form, organized in Iogical groupings
Optional Human Interface Module (HIM can be removed from the Drive)
The maximum current draw of all adapters connected to the drive should not exceed 250 mA
Selectable as a displayed parameter
Selectable as a displayed parameter
DC Bus Voltage (V)
Frequency Command (Hz)
A-6
Last Fault
Drive Temperature _C
The previous 4 faults can be displayed for troubleshooting
Selectable as a displayed parameter
Any drive variable can be scaled and definable text can be added up to 8 characters
Selectable as a displayed parameter in % or actual value
Output Power (kW)
Process Parameter
Selectable as a displayed parameter
Selectable as a displayed parameter in % or actual value
Output Current (A)
Displayed over the entire range of operation with direction indication
Output Voltage (V)
Output Frequency (Hz)
MONITORING
Communication Adapters
Local Controls
Language Capability
Type of Display
Type of Annunciation
Hand Held Programming
Adapters
PROGRAMMING/COMMUNICATIONS
Optional adapters provide Remote I/0, or RS232/RS422/RS485/DF1/DH485, or DeviceNet™ capability
Block Diagram and Specifications
Table A.1 Specifications (cont.)
Appendix A –
SCANport is a trademark of Allen–Bradley Company.
IMPORTANT:Bulletin 1305 drives with firmware revisions
FRN1.01 and FRN1.02 are not compatible with Bulletin 1203
Communication Modules. If connected, an error message will
be indicated. The red fault status and amber SCANportT status
LED’s on the front of the module will flash simultaneously.
Table B.1 illustrates the dip switch settings for Bulletin
1203-GD1 (Remote I/O) communication modules. Dip switch
settings for other communication modules will be similar. Refer
to the appropriate communication module user manual for
details.
Bulletin 1305 drive parameter data can be programmed and
displayed using PLC’s, SLC’s or other logic controllers using
an optional Bulletin 1203 Communication Module. The amount
of information that can be transferred between the drive and
controller is determined by the DIP switch settings on the
Communication Module.
COMMUNICATIONS USING BULLETIN 1203
COMMUNICATION MODULES
To transfer data via Datalink D
No. 7
To enable the PLC to provide the frequency reference, Logic Bits 12 through 15 must
be set to select [Freq Select 1] or [Freq Select 2] as the frequency reference (refer to
Table B.2 ). The [Freq Select 1] or [Freq Select 2] parameters must then be set to the
adapter number that the communication module is connected to. See Pages 2-24 and
5-25 for additional information on determining the Adapter number and [Freq Select 1]
and [Freq Select 2] selections.
B-1
Refer to the Bulletin 1203 Communication Module Block Transfer User Manual.
––
See Page 5-54
See Page 5-54
See Page 5-54
See Page 5-54
➁
See Table B.2 &
Table B.3
➀
②
––
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
Reference
Information
➀
Unused
Parameter data via Datalink C
No. 6
No. 8
Parameter data via Datalink B
No. 5
Analog frequency reference
No. 3
Parameter data via Datalink A
Logic commands and Drive
Status information
No. 4
Block transfer of data
No. 2
Type of Data Transferred
No. 1
SW3
Settings
Rack
Space
in Words
Serial Communications
Table B.1 Remote I/O Data Transfer
Appendix B –
B-2
Since certain parameters have different resolution than others, a
scale factor is required to convert the “Display Units” value to
a decimal value that will be displayed in the controller’s I/O
image tables. The column marked “Drive Units Scale Factor” is
provided to perform this conversion.
The column entitled ‘‘Display Units” are the units that will
appear on the Human Interface Module.
The information in Table B.4 provides a listing of all drive
parameters.
PARAMETER GROUPS/USER SETTINGS
The information in Table B.3 provides the Drive Status
information that will be sent to the logic controllers input
image table from the drive. When using the Bulletin 1203-GD1
communication module this information will be sent to the PLC
from the drive when switch No. 2 of SW3 is enabled.
DRIVE STATUS DATA
When Reading parameter data in the controller’s input image
table, divide this value by the “Drive Units Scale Factor” to
determine the ‘‘Display Units.”
The information in Table B.2 provides the Logic Control
information that is sent to the drive through the logic
controllers output image table. When using the Bulletin
1203-GD1 communication module, this information is sent to
the drive when dip switch No. 2 of SW3 is enabled.
“Display Unit” equivalent to Parameter Text Descriptions.
Some parameters use a text description in the place of
numerical “Display Units”. The information in Table B.5
provides the decimal equivalent to the text descriptions.
When Writing parameter data from the controller’s output
image table to the drive, the value entered into the output
image table should be the required “Display Units” value
multiplied by the “Drive Units Scale Factor”.
SCALE FACTOR CONVERSION
Serial Communications
LOGIC CONTROL DATA
Appendix B –
X
15
13
X
14
X
X
12
10
X
11
X
X
9
X
X
X
Logic Bits
8
7
6
4
X
5
X
X
3
X
2
X
1
0
X
MOP Dec
Reference
Select
Decel Time
Accel Time
MOP Increment
Local
Direction
Clear Faults
Jog
Start
Stop
Status
S
a
1 = Decrement, 0 = Not
000 = No Command Select
001 = [Freq Select 1] (Selectable)
010 = [Freq Select 2] (Selectable)
011 = [Preset Freq 3]
100 = [Preset Freq 4]
101 = [Preset Freq 5]
110 = [Preset Freq 6]
111 = [Preset Freq 7]
B-3
00 = No Commd Time
10 = Decel Time 2 Commd
01 = Decel Time 1 Commd 11 = Hold Time Ctrl
00 = No Commd
10 = Accel Time 2 Commd
01 = Accel Time 1 Commd 11 = Hold Accel Time Ctrl
1 = Increment, 0 = Not
1 = Local Lockout, 0 = Not Local
00 = No Command
10 = Reverse Command
01 = Forward Command 11 = Hold Direction Control
1 = Clear Faults 0 = Not Clear Faults
1 = Jog, 0 = Not Jog
1 = Start, 0 = Not Start
Text
Tex
Serial Communications
1 = Stop, 0 = Not Stop
This information will be displayed in the controller’s output image table and will be sent to
the drive when the appropriate dip switch setting on the Communication Module is enabled.
Table B.2 Logic Control Data
Appendix B –
Serial Communications
X
X
B-4
14
15
X
13
X
12
10
X
11
X
X
X
X
X
Logic Bits
9
8
7
6
X
5
X
4
X
3
X
2
X
1
0
X
Status
S
a
1 = Running, 0 = Not Running
1 = Enabled, 0 = Not Enabled
Text
Tex
Frequency
Reference
Local
At Speed
Fault
Alarm
Decel
Accel
Rotating Direction
0000 = Freq Select 1
0001 = Preset Freq 1
0010 = Preset Freq 2
0011 = Preset Freq 3
0100 = Preset Freq 4
0101 = Preset Freq 5
0110 = Preset Freq 6
0111 = Preset Freq 7
000 = TB2 Local
001 = Adapter 1 Local
010 = Adapter 2 Local
011 = Adapter 3 Local
1000 = Freq Select 2
1001 = Port 1 Adapter 1
1010 = Port 2 Adapter 2
1011 = Port 3 Adapter 3
1100 = Port 4 Adapter 4
1101 = Port 5 Adapter 5
1110 = Port 6 Adapter 6
1111 = Jog Frequency
100 = Adapter 4 Local
101 = Adapter 5 Local
110 = Adapter 6 Local
111 = No Local Control
1 = At Speed, 0 = NOT at Speed
1 = Faulted, 0 = Not Faulted
1 = Alarm, 0 = No Alarm
1 = Decelerating, 0 = Not
1 = Accelerating, 0 = Not
1 = Forward, 0 = Reverse
Command Direction 1 = Forward, 0 = Reverse
Running
Enabled
This information will be displayed in the controller’s input image table when
the appropriate dip switch setting on the Communication Module is enabled.
Table B.3 Drive Status Data
Appendix B –
Group
54
1
23
53
66
65
42
70
4
3
2
Output Freq
Freq Command
MOP Hz
Drive Temp
Last Fault
% Output Power
% Output Curr
Parameter #
Output Current
Output Voltage
Output Power
DC Bus Voltage
Parameter Name
Hz
Hz
Hz
°C
0
%
%
Display
Units
Amps
Volts
kW
Volts
Table B.4 Parameter Grouping/User Settings
Me ering
Meter
32767 = Max. Freq
100
100
1
1
1
1
Drive Units
Scale Factor ➁
100
100
100
1
0.00
0.00
0.00
0
0
0
0
0.00
0
0.00
0
Min
––
0.00
0.00
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
Factory Setting
Serial Communications
Two times drive output current
Maximum Voltage
Two times rated drive output power
410 - 230V Drive
815 - 460V Drive
Maximum Frequency
400.00
400.00
Drive temperature
Max. Fault Number
200% Drive Rated Power
200% of Rated Drive Output Current
Max
Appendix B –
B-5
User‘s
Setting
Serial Communications
Group
21
5
7
8
17
18
20
16
19
10
36
37
38
141
Parameter #
Text ➀
Text ➀
Seconds
Seconds
Hz
Volts
Volts
Hz
Hz
Text ➀
%
Text ➀
Amps
%
Display
Units
1
1
10
10
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
100 = DRC
1
Drive Units
Scale Factor ➁
25% of DRV
0
20% of DRC
––
20% of DRC
0
40
––
25% of DRV
––
––
0.0
0.0
40
Min
––
––
3600.0
3600.0
400
Drive Rated Volts
Drive Rated Volts
120
400
––
150% of Drive Rated Current (DRC)
––
115% of Drive Rated Current (DRC)
150% of Drive Rated Current (DRC)
Max
B-6
➀ Refer to Table B.5 on pages B-13, B-14 and B-15 for the numerical equivalent of the text descriptions. ➁ Refer to page B-2.
Input Mode
Freq Select 1
Accel Time 1
Decel Time 1
Base Frequency
Base Voltage
Maximum Voltage
Minimum Freq
Maximum Freq
Stop Select
Current Limit
Overload Mode
Overload Current
Sec Curr Limit
Parameter Name
Table B.4 Parameter Grouping/User Settings (cont.)
Appendix B –
Set Up
Se
Up
Three Wire
Adapter 1
10.0
10.0
60
Drive Rated Volts
Drive Rated Volts
0
60
Ramp
150% of DRC
No Derating
115% of DRC
0
Factory Setting
User‘s
Setting
Group
1
1
Text ➀
Volts
––
0
25% of
DRV
0
0
Maximum Drive Rated Volts
120
50% of Max Drive Rated Volts
120
400
400
Maximum Drive Rated Volts
Max
Maximum DRV
4 Hz
Drive Size
Dependent
0
60
60
Maximum DRV
Factory Setting
0
4.0
Disabled
Stop/Fault
Ramp
0
0
Disabled
Induc/Reluc
No Comp
9
48
DC Boost Select
Start Boost
1
Volts
1
1
0
40
40
25% of
DRV
Min
Run Boost
83
Volts
1
0
25% of Max. Drive Rated Volt
PWM Frequency
45
kHz
10
2.0
8.0
Analog Invert
84
Text ➀
1
––
––
4–20 mA Loss Sel 81
Text ➀
1
––
––
Stop Select
10
Text ➀
1
––
––
DC Hold Time
12
Seconds
1
0
15
DC HoId Level
13
Volts
1
0
25% of Max. Drive Rated Volt
DB Enable
11
Text ➀
1
––
––
Motor Type
41
Text ➀
1
––
––
Compensation
52
Text ➀
1
––
––
➀ Refer to Table B.5 on pages B-13, B-14 and B-15 for the numerical equivalent of the text descriptions. ➁ Refer to page B-2.
20
Maximum Voltage
Hz
Volts
1
1
1
1
Drive Units
Scale Factor ➁
Serial Communications
Break Point
Drive Size
Dependent
49
50
Break Frequency
Break Voltage
Hz
Hz
Hz
Volts
Display
Units
Appendix B –
––
25% of Max. Drive Rated Volts
16
19
17
18
Parameter #
Minimum Freq
Maximum Freq
Base Frequency
Base Voltage
Parameter Name
Table B.4 Parameter Grouping/User Settings (cont.)
A nced
Advan
ed Set U
Up
B-7
User‘s
Setting
Serial Communications
Group
5
6
24
26
72
30
31
27
28
29
73
74
75
76
32
33
34
35
22
Freq Select 1
Freq Select 2
Jog Frequency
Prst/2nd Accel
Upper Presets
Accel Time 2
Decel Time 2
Preset Freq 1
Preset Freq 2
Preset Freq 3
Preset Freq 4
Preset Freq 5
Preset Freq 6
Preset Freq 7
Skip Freq 1
Skip Freq 2
Skip Freq 3
Skip Freq Band
MOP Increment
Text ➀
Text ➀
Hz
Text ➀
Text ➀
Seconds
Seconds
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz/Second
Disolay
Units
1
1
100
1
1
10
10
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
1
1
1
1
1
Drive Units
Scale Factor ➁
––
––
0
––
––
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0
0
0
0
0.00
Min
––
–––
400.0
––
––
3600.0
3600.0
400.0
400.0
400.0
400.0
400.0
400.0
400.0
400
400
400
15
255.00
B-8
➀ Refer to Table B.6 on pages B-13, B-14 and B-15 for the numerical equivalent of the text descriptions.
➁ Refer to page B-2.
Parameter #
Parameter Name
Table B.4 Parameter Grouping/User Settings (cont.)
Appendix B –
F equeency S
Freq
Set
Max
Adapter 1
Remote Pot
10.0
Preset
Disabled
10.0
10.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
400
400
400
0
0.00
Factory Setting
User’s
Setting
Group
14
85
15
57
56
47
80
79
78
143
90
91
25
77
86
87
88
89
51
82
40
39
Run On Power Up
Reset/Run Tries
Reset/Run Time
S Curve Enable
S Curve Time
Language
Balance Freq ➂
Balance Time ➂
Balance Angle ➂
Cable Length ➃
Output Config 1
Output Config 2
Analog Out Sel
Above Freq Val
Fault Buffer 0
Fault Buffer 1
Fault Buffer 2
Fault Buffer 3
Clear Fault
Cur Lim Trip En
Line Loss Fault
Fault Clear Mode
Text ➀
Numeric
Seconds
Text ➀
Seconds
Text ➀
Hz
Seconds
Numeric
Text ➀
Text ➀
Text ➀
Text ➀
Hz
Numeric
Numeric
Numeric
Numeric
Text ➀
Text ➀
Text ➀
Text ➀
Display Units
1
1
100
1
10
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Drive Units
Scale Factor ➁
––
0
0.5
––
0.0
––
0
0
0
––
––
––
––
0
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
Min
––
9
30.0
–––
300.0
––
255
255
255
––
––
––
––
400
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
➀ Refer to Table B.5 on pages B-13, B-14 and B-15 for the numerical equivalent of the text descriptions.
➁ Refer to page B-2.
➂ FRN 4.01 and below only.
➃ FRN 4.01 and above only.
Parameter #
Parameter Name
Table B.4 Parameter Grouping/User Settings (cont.)
Feeatu
uree Sel
electt
O
Outp
tputt
S
Set Up
p
Faault
lts
Max
Appendix B –
Disabled
0
1.0
Disabled
0.0
English
0
0
0
Short
Faulted
Running
Frequency
0
––
––
––
––
Ready
Default Run
F03 Enable
Enabled
Factory Setting
User’s
Setting
Serial Communications
B-9
Serial Communications
Group
58
59
60
55
62
65
69
43
44
61
71
67
70
64
92
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
93
Drive Command
Drive Status
Drive Alarm
Input Status
Freq Source
Freq Command
Drive Direction
Motor Mode
Power Mode
Drive Type
Firmware Version
Output Pulses
Drive Temp
Set Defaults
Logic Mask
Direction Mask
Start Mask
Jog Mask
Reference Mask
Accel Mask
Decel Mask
Fault Mask
MOP Mask
Local Mask
Byte
Word
Byte
Byte
Text ➀
Hz
Text
Text
Text
Text
Numeric
Cycles
°C
Numeric
Byte
Byte
Byte
Byte
Byte
Byte
Byte
Byte
Byte
Byte
Display
Units
––
––
––
––
1
100
1
1
1
1
1
256=1 rev
1
1
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
Drive Units
Scale Factor ➁
––
––
––
––
––
– 0.00
––
––
––
––
––
0
0
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
Min
––
––
––
––
––
400.00
––
––
––
––
––
65535
Drive Temperature
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
Max
B-10
➀ Refer to Table B.5 on pages B-13, B-14 and B-15 for the numerical equivalent of the text descriptions. ➁ Refer to page B-2.
Parameter #
Parameter Name
Table B.4 Parameter Grouping/User Settings (cont.)
Appendix B –
Diiagn
nostticss
M ks
Mask
Ready
01111111
01111111
01111111
01111111
01111111
01111111
01111111
01111111
01111111
01111111
––
––
––
––
––
0.00
Forward
––
––
––
––
––
Factory Setting
User’s
Setting
➀
➁
Parameter Name
Parameter #
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
137
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
Display
Units
Drive Units
Scale Factor ➀
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Min
Stop Owner
Byte
––
––
Direction Owner
Byte
––
––
Start Owner
Byte
––
––
Jog Owner
Byte
––
––
Reference Owner
Byte
––
––
Accel Owner
Byte
––
––
Decel Owner
Byte
––
––
Fault Owner
Byte
––
––
MOP Owner
Byte
––
––
Local Owner
Byte
––
––
Data In A1
Parameter # ➁
0
143
Data In A2
Parameter # ➁
0
143
Data In B1
Parameter # ➁
0
143
Data In B2
Parameter # ➁
0
143
Data In C1
Parameter # ➁
0
143
Data In C2
Parameter # ➁
0
143
Data In D1
Parameter # ➁
0
143
Data In D2
Parameter # ➁
0
143
Data Out A1
Parameter # ➁
0
143
Data Out A2
Parameter # ➁
0
143
Data Out B1
Parameter # ➁
0
143
Data Out B2
Parameter # ➁
0
143
Data Out C1
Parameter # ➁
0
143
Data Out C2
Parameter # ➁
0
143
Data Out D1
Parameter # ➁
0
143
Data Out D2
Parameter # ➁
0
143
Refer to page B-2.
[Preset Freq 1] through [Preset Freq 7] cannot be read or changed with these parameters.
Group
Table B.4 Parameter Grouping/User Settings (cont.)
O ners
Own
rs
Ad
dapt
pterr I/O
O
Max
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
User‘s
Setting
Serial Communications
Factory Setting
Appendix B –
B-11
Serial Communications
Group
132
133
134
135
136
Process Text 4
Process Text 5
Process Text 6
Process Text 7
Process Text 8
ASCII Text
ASCII Text
ASCII Text
ASCII Text
ASCII Text
ASCII Text
ASCII Text
ASCII Text
Numeric
Parameter #
Display
Units
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
100
1
Drive Units
Scale Factor ➁
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
–327.68
1
Min
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
+327.67
143
B-12
➀ Refer to Table B.5 on pages B-13, B-14 and B-15 for the numerical equivalent of the text descriptions.
➁ Refer to page B-2.
131
129
Process Text 1
Process Text 3
128
Process Scale
130
127
Process Par
Process Text 2
Parameter #
Parameter Name
Table B.4 Parameter Grouping/User Settings (cont.)
Appendix B –
Pro
roces
ess D
Disp
playy
Max
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
?
1.00
1
Factory Setting
User‘s
Setting
Parameter
Name
Freq Select 1
Freq Select 2
Freq Source
Parameter
No.
5
6
62
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
“MOP”
“Adapter 1”
“Adapter 2 ”
“Adapter 3”
“Adapter 4”
“Adapter 5”
“Adapter 6”
“Preset 1”
“Preset 2”
“Preset 3”
“Preset 4”
“Preset 5”
“Preset 6”
“Preset 7”
“Jog Sel ”➀
2
Display
Unit
1
“4-20 mA”
“0-10 Volt”
“Remote Pot”
Text
Table B.5 “Display Unit” Equivalent to Parameter Text Descriptions
➀
Stop Select
Parameter
Name
DC Boost Select
Text
“S-Curve”
“Ramp”
“DC Brake”
“Coast”
“Run Boost”
“Break Point”
“48 volts”
“42 volts”
“36 volts”
“30 volts”
“24 volts”
“18 volts”
“12 volts”
“6 volts”
“No Boost”
“Fan Sel #2”
“Fan Sel #1”
Valid for parameter (62) [Freq Source] only.
10
Parameter
No.
9
Appendix B – Serial Communications
3
2
1
0
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
B-13
Display
Unit
0
Serial Communications
Preset/2nd
Accel
26
B-14
Analog Out Sel
25
39
37
“Disabled”
“Enabled”
Disabled
Enabled
“Three Wire”
“Run Fwd/Rev”
“3 W/2nd Acc”
“Run F/R 2nd A”
“3 Wire/MOP”
“Run F/R MOP”
“Frequency”
“Current”
“BusVolts”
“Power”
“Output Volts”
“Preset”
Text
Overload Mode
“2nd Accel”
“No Derating”
“Min Derate”
“Max Derate”
Fault Clear Mode Disabled
Enabled
u On Power
er
Run
Upp
Input Mode
14
21
Parameter
Name
DB Enabled
Parameter
No.
11
1
0
1
2
0
1
Display
Unit
0
1
0
1
0
1
2
3
4
5
0
1
2
3
4
0
44
43
41
Parameter
No.
40
Table B.5 “Display Unit” Equivalent to Parameter Text Descriptions (continued)
Appendix B –
Power Mode
Motor Mode
Motor Type
Parameter
Name
Line Loss Fault
“F03 Enable”
“Uvolt Run”
“Induc/Reluc”
“Sync PM”
‘‘Invalid”
‘‘Zero Mode”
‘‘Accel Mode”
‘‘At Hz Mode”
‘‘Decel Mode”
‘‘Coast Mode”
‘‘Braking Mode”
‘‘Faulted Mode”
‘‘Invalid”
‘‘First Mode”
‘‘Charge Mode”
‘‘Wait Mode”
‘‘Test Mode”
‘‘Line Loss Mode”
‘‘Idle Mode”
‘‘Active Mode”
‘‘Braking Mode”
‘‘Faulted Mode”
Text
Display
Unit
0
1
0
1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Compensation
S
urve
S-Curve
Enablee
Set Defaults
Drive Direction
Upper Presets
52
57
69
72
64
Clear Fault
Parameter
Name
Language
51
Parameter
No.
47
“English”
“Alternate Language”
“Ready”
“Clear Fault”
“No Comp.”
“Comp.”
Disabled
Enabled
“Ready”
“Store to EE”
“Recll frm EE”
“Default Init”
“Forward”
“Reverse”
Disabled
Enabled
Text
Display
Unit
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
2
3
0
1
0
1
FRN 5.01 and above only. “Above Current” unit display is “5”.
➁
0
1
B-15
Display
Unit
0
1
2
3
4
0
1
0
1
0
1
2
3
4
FRN 4.01 and below only. “Balanced” unit display is “5” and “Above Current” unit
display is “6”.
Parameter
Text
Name
4-20mA Loss Sel “Min/Alarm”
“Stop/Fault”
“Hold/Alarm”
“Max/Alarm”
“Pre1/Alarm”
Curr Lim Trip En “Default Run“
“Trip @ I Lmt”
Analog Invert
Disabled
Enabled
u pu Config 1 “At Speed”
Output
Output Config 2 “Above Freq”
“Running”
“Faulted”
“Alarm”
“Balanced” ➀ ➁
‘‘Above Curr” ➀ ➁
Cable Length
“Short“
“Long”
➀
143
91
90
84
82
Parameter
No.
81
Table B.5 “Display Unit” Equivalent to Parameter Text Descriptions (continued)
Appendix B – Serial Communications
Serial Communications
B-16
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Appendix B –
➀ Separately powered AC/DC.
➁ Separately powered DC only.
Bulletin 1305 Drives
1203-GK5
1203-GD2/GK2
DeviceNet™ Communication Module ➁
1203-GD1/GK1
RS232/RS422/RS485/DF1/DH485 Serial Communication Module ➀
Cat. No.
Single Point Remote I/O Communication Module ➀
Use With
1202-H90
9 Meter Communication Cable (Male-Female) for Port 1
Bulletin 1203 Descriptions
1202-H30
1202-H10
3 Meter Communication Cable (Male-Female) for Port 1
Hu
Human
Interface
er e M
Module
du e
Only
1202-H03
1/3 Meter Communication Cable (Male-Female) for Port 1
1 Meter Communication Cable (Male-Female) for Port 1
1202-C90
9 Meter Communication Cable (Male-Male) for Port 2
1202-C10
1202-C03
1202-C30
Human Interface Module
andd
Communications
u
s Modules
M du es
3 Meter Communication Cable (Male-Male) for Port 2
1 Meter Communication Cable (Male-Male) for Port 2
1/3 Meter Communication Cable (Male-Male) for Port 2
Cat. No.
1201-HA2
Use With
Human Interface Module – Digital Up–Down Speed Control
Bulletin 1202 Descriptions
–
1201-HA1
Human Interface Module – Programmer/Run Time Functions
Human Interface Module – Analog Speed Potentiometer
1201-HAP
Human Interface Module – Programmer Only
Bulletin 1305 Drives
1201-HAB
NEMA Type 1
IP30
Cat. No.
1201-DMA
Use With
Blank Cover
Bulletin 1201 Descriptions
Door Mount Bezel Kit
Table C.1
ACCESSORIES
–
–
–
Cat. No.
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Cat. No.
1201-HJ2
–
–
1201-HJP
–
–
NEMA Type 12
IP66 (UL Type 4X
Indoor) Cat. No.
–
–
–
Cat. No.
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Cat. No.
–
1201-HJ3E
–
1201-HJPE
–
–
–
–
–
Cat. No.
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Cat. No.
–
1201-HH3E
–
1201-HHPE
–
–
Hand Held)
(Enhanced)
Cat. No.
Drive Accessories
NEMA Type 1/12
(Enhanced)
IP30 Cat. No.
Appendix C –
C-1
Drive Accessories
0.37
0.55
0.75
1.5
2.2
0.37
0.55
0.75
1.5
2.2
4.0
1/2
3/4
1
2
3
1/2
3/4
1
2
3
5
1321-3R4-B
1321-3R8-B
1321-3R18-B
1321-3R2-B
1321-3R2-B
1321-3R4-B
1321-3R8-A
1321-3R18-A
1321-3R4-A
1321-3R4-A
1321-3R8-A
Open Style
C-2
Communication Module
Single Point Remote I/O
RS232/RS422/RS485/DF1/DH485
kW
HP
1203-GD1
1203-GD2
1321-3T005-BB
1321-3T005-BB
1321-3T007-BB
1321-3T003-BB
1321-3T003-BB
1321-3T005-BB
1321-3T005-AA
1321-3T005-AA
1321-3T003-AA
1321-3T003-AA
1321-3T005-AA
NEMA Type 1
All Bulletin 1305 Drives
1321-3RA4-B
1321-3RA8-B
1321-3RA18-B
1321-3RA2-B
1321-3RA2-B
1321-3RA4-B
460V AC
1321-3RA8-A
1321-3RA18-A
1321-3RA4-A
1321-3RA4-A
1321-3RA8-A
240V AC
NEMA Type 1
1204-TFA1
1204-TFA2
1204-TFA1
1204-TFA2
NEMA Type 4
Terminators
NEMA 4, 460V units – Refer to “Motor Lead Lengths” for
proper selection.
Terminators
Isolation
Transformer
230V/230V or 460V/460V, Delta primary/Wye secondary,
Class H insulation, 150_C rise, aluminum wound, 60 Hz,
"5% taps, (1) N.C. thermostat per coil, UL, CSA
Isolation
Transformer
Input Line Reactors
Iron core, 3% Impedance, 600V, Class H insulation, 115_C
rise, copper wound, 50/60 Hz, terminal blocks, UL, CSA
Line Reactor
Drive Output
Ratings
Specifications
Accessory
Table
C.2 Accessories
Appendix
C–
Appendix C –
➁
➀
1305-KBA06
1305-KBA06
1305-KBA09 ➁
1305-KBA03
1305-KBA03
1305-KBA03
1305-KAA12
1305-KAA12
1305-RFB-05-A
1305-MP-05-A
1305-RFB-05-A
1305-MP-06-A
1305-RFB-08-B
1305-MP-08-B
1305-RFB-12-C
1305-MP-12-C
1 HP (230V)
2 HP (230V), 0.5 – 3 HP (460V)
3 HP (230V), 5 HP (460V)
RFI Filters, Kits, and Metal Conduit
Plates Required to Meet CE Directives
460V AC
230V AC
Dynamic Brake Kits ➀
0.5 – 0.75 HP (230V)
1.5
2.2
4
0.37
0.55
0.75
1.5
2.2
kW
For use with Series B Drives only. DO NOT use with Series A Drives.
[DB Enable] should be set to ‘‘Enable” when applying external dynamic brake kits.
Filter (RFB)
Metal Plate Kit (MP)
CE Conformance
Filters
2
3
5
1/2
3/4
1
2
3
HP
Drive Output Ratings
EN50 082-1:1992
(IEC 801-2, IEC 801-3, IEC 801-4)
EN50 082-2:1995
(EN 61000-4-2, ENV 50140/50204,
EN 61000-4-4, ENV 50141, EN 61000-4-8,
IEC 801-6)
Immunity
IMPORTANT: The conformity of the drive and filter to any
standard does not guarantee that the entire installation will
conform. Many other factors can influence the total installation
and only direct measurements can verify total conformity.
EN55 011/CISPR 11 Level B
Emissions
Marked for all applicable directives
Table D.1 EMC Directives
D EN 50082-1, -2 – General Immunity Standard
D EN 50081-1, -2 – General Emission Standard
The following six items are required for CE conformance:
This apparatus is tested to meet Council Directive 89/336
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) using a technical
construction file and the following standards, in whole or in
part:
connected to the drive with a compact strain relief connector
with EMI protection.
6. Control (I/O) and signal wiring must be in shielded cable
D-1
wiring must be in braided shielded cable with a coverage of 75%
or better, metal conduit or other with equivalent or better
attenuation, mounted with appropriate connectors. For shielded
cable it is recommended to use a compact strain relief connector
with a double saddle clamp for filter and drive input and a
compact strain relief connector with EMI protection for motor
output.
5. Input power (source to filter) and output power (drive to motor)
(250 feet). For applications greater than 9 meters (30 feet), refer
to recommendations tabulated in ”Motor Lead Lengths” (see
Chapter 2).
4. Maximum cable length (drive to motor) of 75 meters
wire connects to the TB1 GRD terminals and the shield
terminates at the compact strain relief connector with double
saddle clamp (see item 5).
3. Grounding as shown on page D-3. The Green & Yellow ground
D.2 on the following page. One Filter and one Metal Plate Kit
are required. The metal bonding plate MUST be inserted and
bonded to the drive heatsink.
1. CE marked product in NEMA Type 1 (IP30) configuration.
2. Filter and Metal Plate Kit catalog numbers are listed in Table
REQUIREMENTS FOR CONFORMING INSTALLATION
CE Conformity
EMC DIRECTIVE
Appendix D –
1305-MP-12-C
1305-RFB-12-C
D-2
1305-MP-08-B
1305-AA12
1305-BA09
1305-AA08
1305-BA01
1305-BA02
1305-BA03
1305-BA04
1305-BA06
1305-AA04
1305-MP-06-A
1305-RFB-8-B
1305-AA02
1305-AA03
1305-MP-05-A
AC Drive Type
Metal Plate Kit
1305-RFB-5-A
ATTENTION: To guard against possible
equipment damage, RFI filters can only be used
with AC supplies that are nominally balanced
with respect to ground. In some installations,
three-phase supplies are occasionally connected
in a 3-wire configuration with one phase
grounded (Grounded Delta). The filter must not
be used in Grounded Delta supplies, nor should
they be used in single-phase input applications.
The RFI filter may cause ground leakage currents. Therefore a
solid ground connection must be provided.
RFI Filter Leakage Current
The RFI filter must be connected between the incoming AC
supply line and the drive input terminal.
IMPORTANT: Refer to the instructions supplied with the filter
for details.
Table D.2 Filter and Metal Plate Kit Selection
Filter
RFI Filter Installation
CE Conformity
FILTER
Appendix D –
RFI
Filter
IMPORTANT: Shield must be terminated in cable clamp to
frame. Ground wire must be connected to GRD terminal.
RFI Filter Grounding
GROUNDING
Ground Rod
Conduit/4-Wire Cable
Figure D.1 Electrical Configuration
ELECTRICAL CONFIGURATION
GRD
Frame
T(L3)
S(L2)
R(L1)
Shield*
GRD
Motor
GRD = Earth Ground
CE Conformity
D-3
IMPORTANT: For use with a 1305 drive with metal conduit
entry panel (frame). Using an RFI filter may result in relatively
high ground leakage currents. Therefore, the filter must be
permanently installed and solidly grounded to the supply
neutral. Grounding must not rely on flexible cables and should
not include any form of plug or socket that would permit
inadvertent disconnection. The integrity of this connection
should be periodically checked. Refer to the instruction manual
for RFI filters for CE compliance and for proper installation
instructions.
Frame
GRD
W
V
U
Appendix D –
CE Conformity
See
To
Note➀ Motor
AB0682A
Drive Mounted on
Top of Filter
Shielding is required. See requirement “5” and “6” on page D-1.
D-4
➀
Three-Phase
Input
See Note➀
Figure D.2 Mechanical Configuration
MECHANICAL CONFIGURATION
Appendix D –
Filter
Input
Control
I/O
Optional
Brake
Grounding
Bracket
Motor
Output
Grounding
Bracket
Motor
Output
Filter
Input
18.6 mm
(0.73 in.)
4 Places
Additional
Control
Control
I/O
18.6 mm
(0.73 in.)
4 Places
Figure D.3 Required Knockout Assignments
AB0689C
AC Drive Type
1305-AA08A
1305-AA12A
1305-BA01A
1305-BA02A
1305-BA03A
1305-BA04A
1305-BA06A
1305-BA09A
AC Drive Type
1305-AA02A
1305-AA03A
1305-AA04A
Choose Mode, 3-5, 3-6
Catalog Number Description, 1-5
Carrier Frequency, 5-20, A-4
C
Block Diagram, A-1
B
Auto Restart, 5-32
Analog Output, 5-38, A-4
Analog Invert, 5-21
Display Panel Keys
Display Mode, 3-5, 3-7
Dimensions, 2-2
Diagnostics Group, 5-42
DC Hold Level, 5-23
DC Brake to Stop, 5-11, 5-23
D
Custom Volts/Hertz Patterns, 5-16, 5-17, 5-18
Current Rating, 1-5
Current Limiting, 5-12, 5-13, 5-39
Conventions Used in Manual, 1-3
ESD, Electrostatic Discharge, 1-1
Control Status Mode, 3-5, 3-16
Analog Input
0-10V, A-3
4-20mA, 5-21, A-3
Ambient Temperature, A-3
Adapters, 2-23
Accessories, C-1, D-2
Faults
Diag C Lim Fault, 6-3, 6-4
Drive Reset Fault, 6-3
EEprom Fault, 6-3
Hertz Err Fault, 6-3
Hertz Set Fault, 6-3
IPM Current Fault, 6-4
IPM Overtemp Fault, 6-4
Max Retries Fault, 6-4
Motor Mode Fault, 6-5
Motor Stall Fault, 6-5
Fault Buffer History, 5-39
Fan/Pump Volts/Hz Patterns, 5-18
F
E
Drive Temperature, 5-7, 5-46
EEProm Mode, 3-5, 3-12
I-1
Distances between Devices, 2-1, 2-13, 2-16,
2-23, 2-24
Enter, 3-2
Escape, 3-2
Increment/Decrement, 3-2
Select, 3-2
Control Panel Keys
Change Direction, 3-3
Increment/Decrement, 3-3
Jog, 3-2
Start, 3-2
Stop, 3-2
Control Panel
Analog Speed Potentiometer, 3-3
Direction Indicators (LEDs), 3-3
Speed Indicator, 3-3
Clearing Faults, 5-39, 5-41, 6-1
Accel/Decel Control, 2-18, 5-9, 5-26, 5-29,
5-30
A
2nd A, 2nd Acc, 2-18
Numbers
Index
I-2
Group Level, 3-6
G
Fusing, AC Input, 2-6
Frequency Select, 5-25, 5-29, 5-30
Firmware Compatibility, 1-4
Neg Slope Fault, 6-5
Op Error Fault, 6-5
Open Pot Fault, 6-5
Overcurrent Fault, 6-6
Overload Fault, 6-6
Overspeed Fault, 6-6
Overtemp Fault, 6-6
Overvolt Fault, 6-6
Phase U Fault, 6-6
Phase V Fault, 6-6
Phase W Fault, 6-6
Power Loss Fault, 6-7
Power Mode Fault, 6-7
Reprogram Fault, 6-7
Run Boost Fault, 6-7
Serial Fault, 6-7
Undervolt Fault, 6-8
UV Short Fault, 6-8
UW Short Fault, 6-8
VW Short Fault, 6-8
Index
Isolation Transformer, 2-6
Input Power Conditioning, 2-6
Input Mode Selection, 2-17
I
Human Interface Module (HIM), Description,
3-1
Human Interface Module
See also HIM
Key Descriptions, 3-2
Removal, 3-4
HIM Modes
Control Status, 3-5, 3-16
Display, 3-5, 3-7
EEProm, 3-5, 3-12
Password, 3-5, 3-18
Process, 3-5, 3-10, 3-11
Program, 3-5, 3-7
Search, 3-5, 3-15
HIM
Control Panel, 3-1
Display Panel, 3-1
Installation, 3-4
Key Descriptions, 3-2
Removal, 3-4
H
Motor Unbalance, 5-36
MOP Function, 2-18, 5-6, 5-28
Modes
See also HIM Modes
Choose, 3-5, 3-6
Mode Level, 3-6
Min/Max Frequencies, 5-11
M
Low Line Operation, 5-40, 5-41
Line Reactor, 2-6
Levels
Group, 3-6
Mode, 3-6
Operator, 3-6
Parameter, 3-6
LEDs
Direction Indicators, 3-3
Speed Indicator, 3-3
Language, 1-5, 5-34
L
Jog, 5-26, 5-48
J
Parameters
% Output Current, 5-7
% Output Power, 5-7
4-20mA Loss Sel, 5-21
Above Curr Val, 5-38
Above Freq Val, 5-38
Accel Mask, 5-48
Accel Owner, 5-52
Accel Time 1, 5-9
Accel Time 2, 5-26
Adapter I/O, 5-54
Parameter Level, 3-6
P
Overload Protection, 5-12
Output Ratings, 1-5, A-2
Output Disconnection, 2-6
Output Contacts, 5-37, 5-38, A-5
Operator Level, 3-6
O
Nameplate Location, 1-4
N
Mounting, 2-1
Advanced Setup Group, 5-15
Analog Invert, 5-21
Analog Out Sel, 5-38
Balance Angle, 5-36
Balance Freq, 5-35
Balance Time, 5-35
Base Frequency, 5-10, 5-15
Base Voltage, 5-10, 5-16
Break Frequency, 5-16
Break Voltage, 5-17
Clear Fault, 5-39
Compensation, 5-24
Current Lim Trip En, 5-40
Current Limit, 5-11
Data In A1, 5-54
Data Out A1, 5-55
DB Enable, 5-23
DC Boost Select, 5-18
DC Bus Voltage, 5-5
DC Hold Level, 5-23
DC Hold Time, 5-22
Decel Mask, 5-48
Decel Owner, 5-52
Decel Time 1, 5-9
Decel Time 2, 5-27
Diagnostics Group, 5-42
Direction Mask, 5-47
Direction Owner, 5-50
Drive Alarm, 5-44
Drive Command, 5-42
Drive Direction, 5-45
Drive Status, 5-43
Drive Temp, 5-7, 5-46
Drive Type, 5-46
Fault Buffer 0-3, 5-39
Fault Clear Mode, 5-41
Fault Mask, 5-49
Fault Owner, 5-52
Faults Group, 5-39
Feature Select, 5-32
Firmware Ver, 5-46
Freq Command, 5-6, 5-45
Freq Select 1, 5-8, 5-25
Freq Select 2, 5-25
Freq Selection, 5-29
Freq Source, 5-45
Frequency Set Group, 5-25
Input Mode, 5-8
Input Status, 5-44
Jog Frequency, 5-26
Jog Mask, 5-48
Jog Owner, 5-51
Language, 5-34
Last Fault, 5-7
Line Loss Fault, 5-40
Local Mask, 5-49
Local Owner, 5-53
Logic Masks, 5-47
Masks Group, 5-47
Maximum Frequency, 5-15
Index
I-3
I-4
Maximum Voltage, 5-10, 5-17
Minimum Frequency, 5-10, 5-15
MOP Hertz, 5-6
MOP Increment, 5-28
MOP Mask, 5-49
MOP Owner, 5-53
Motor Mode, 5-45
Motor Type, 5-23
Output 1 Config, 5-37
Output 2 Config, 5-37
Output Configuration Group, 5-37
Output Current, 5-5
Output Frequency, 5-6
Output Power, 5-5
Output Pulses, 5-46
Output Voltage, 5-5
Overload Current, 5-12
Overload Mode, 5-12
Owners, 5-50
Power Mode, 5-46
Preset Freq 1-7, 5-27
Process 1 Par, 5-56
Process 1 Scale, 5-56
Process Display Group, 5-56, 5-57
Process Txt 1-8, 5-56
Prst/2nd Accel, 5-26
PWM Frequency, 5-20
Reference Mask, 5-48
Reference Owner, 5-52
Reset/Run Time, 5-33
Index
Programming
Function Index, 5-1
Using a HIM, 5-1
Program Mode, 3-5, 3-7
Process Mode, 3-5, 3-10, 3-11
Process Display, 5-56, 5-57
Preset Frequencies, 5-26, 5-27, 5-29, 5-30
Power Dissipation, A-2
Potentiometer Wiring, 2-21
Password Mode, 3-5, 3-18
Reset/Run Tries, 5-32
Run Boost, 5-19
Run On Power Up, 5-32
S Curve Enable, 5-33
S Curve Time, 5-34
Sec Current Limit, 5-13
Set Defaults, 5-46
Setup Group, 5-8
Skip Frequency Band, 5-28
Skip Frequency Group 1-3, 5-27
Start Boost, 5-19
Start Mask, 5-48
Start Owner, 5-51
Stop Owner, 5-50
Stop Select, 5-11, 5-22
Upper Presets, 5-26
Switch Settings
Accel/Decel Selection, 5-30
Frequency Selection, 5-29
Storage Temperature, A-3
Stopping, 5-11, 5-22
Status Display, 3-5
Start-Up, 4-1
Procedure, 4-1
Specifications
Control, A-3
Environment, A-3
Input/Output Ratings, A-2
Protection, A-5
Skip Frequencies, 5-27
Set Defaults, 5-46
Search Mode, 3-5, 3-15
S-Curve, 5-33, 5-34
S
Reverse, 2-18
R
Programming Steps, 5-2, 5-4
Wiring, Control and Signal, 2-17, 2-18
W
Voltage Rating, 1-5
Voltage Boost, 5-18, 5-19
Vibration, A-3
V
Two Wire Control, 2-17
Troubleshooting, 6-1
Three Wire (3w) Control, 2-18
T
Index
I-5
I-6
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Index
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