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GS2 Series Drives
User Manual
115V Input: 0.25 - 1.0 hp
230V Input: 0.5 - 7.5 hp
460V Input: 1.0 - 10 hp
575V Input: 1.0 - 10 hp
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WARNING
Warning: Read this manual thoroughly before using GS2 Series AC Motor Drives.
WARNING: AC input power must be disconnected before performing any maintenance.
Do not connect or disconnect wires or connectors while power is applied to the
circuit. Maintenance must be performed only by a qualified technician.
WARNING: There are highly sensitive MOS components on the printed circuit boards,
and these components are especially sensitive to static electricity. To avoid damage to
these components, do not touch these components or the circuit boards with metal
objects or your bare hands.
WARNING: A charge may still remain in the DC-link capacitor with hazardous
voltages, even if the power has been turned off. To avoid personal injury, do not
remove the cover of the AC drive until all "DISPLAY LED" lights on the digital keypad
are off. Please note that there are live components exposed within the AC drive. Do
not touch these live parts.
WARNING: Ground the GS2 AC Drive using the ground terminal. The grounding
method must comply with the laws of the country where the AC drive is to be
installed. Refer to “Basic Wiring Diagram” in CHAPTER 2.
WARNING: The mounting enclosure of the AC drive must comply with EN50178. Live
parts shall be arranged in enclosures or located behind barriers that meet at least the
requirements of the Protective Type IP20. The top surface of the enclosures or barrier
that is easily accessible shall meet at least the requirements of the Protective Type
IP40. Users must provide this environment for GS2 Series AC Drive.
Warning: The AC drive may be destroyed beyond repair if incorrect cables are
connected to the input/output terminals. Never connect the AC drive output
terminals T1, T2, and T3 directly to the AC main circuit power supply.
GS2 SERIES AC DRIVE
USER MANUAL
Please include the Manual Number and the Manual Issue, both shown below, when
communicating with Technical Support regarding this publication.
Manual Number:
GS2-M
Issue:
First Edition, Revision C
Issue Date:
12/2006
Publication History
Issue
Date
Description of Changes
First Edition
6/07/02
Original
First Edition, Revision A
6/30/03
Made minor changes throughout.
Update for Firmware Version 1.04
Added parameter 7.00 (PID) functionality.
First Edition, Revision B
1/28/05
Added 115V drives; Made minor changes throughout.
Added 575V drives and accessories; Added Ch1 Drives Purpose
section; Added short circuit withstand specifications and notes;
First Edition, Revision C 12/2006
Changed Ch5 DL PLC control program example; Added new AppxB
PLC analog modules; Miscellaneous clarification revisions throughout.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Getting Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1–1
Manual Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1–2
GS2 AC Drive Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1–3
GS2 AC Drive Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1–5
Installation and Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2–1
Ambient Conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2–2
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2–3
Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2–4
GS2 Circuit Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2–6
External Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2–12
Keypad Operation and Quickstart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3–1
The GS2 Digital Keypad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3–2
GS2 Quickstart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3–6
AC Drive Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4–1
GS2 Parameter Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4–2
Detailed Parameter Listings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4–11
Motor Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4–11
Ramp Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4–13
Volts/Hertz Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4–19
Digital Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4–22
Analog Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4–32
Preset Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4–41
Protection Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4–43
PID Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4–51
Display Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4–55
Communication Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4–56
Table of Contents
GS2 Modbus Communications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5–1
Communication Parameters Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5–2
GS2 Parameter Memory Addresses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5–4
GS2 Status Addresses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5–9
Communicating with DirectLogic PLCs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5–12
Communicating with Third-party Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5–30
Maintenance and Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6–1
Maintenance and Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6–2
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6–3
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A–1
Accessories Part Numbering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A–2
Line Reactors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A–2
Braking Resistors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A–8
EMI Input Filters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A–10
RF Filters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A–16
Fuses and Fuse Kits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A–17
GS-EDRV Ethernet Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A–20
GS Drive Configuration Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A–22
Miscellaneous Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A–25
Using GS2 AC Drives with DirectLOGIC PLCs . . . . . .B–1
Compatible DirectLOGIC PLCs and Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .B–2
Typical Connections to the GS2 Series AC Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . .B–7
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .I–1
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GETTING STARTED
CHAPTER
1
In This Chapter...
Manual Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1–2
Overview of this Publication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1–2
Who Should Read This Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1–2
Supplemental Publications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1–2
Technical Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1–2
Special Symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1–2
GS2 AC Drive Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1–3
Purpose of AC Drives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1–3
Unpacking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1–3
Model Explanation: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1–3
Nameplate Information: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1–3
External Parts and Labels: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1–4
GS2 AC Drive Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1–5
Chapter 1: Getting Started
Manual Overview
Overview of this Publication
The GS2 AC Drive User Manual describes the installation, configuration, and
methods of operation of the GS2 Series AC Drive.
Who Should Read This Manual
This manual contains important information for those who will install, maintain,
and/or operate any of the GS2 Series AC Drives.
Supplemental Publications
The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) publishes many
different documents that discuss standards for industrial control equipment.
Global Engineering Documents handles the sale of NEMA documents. For more
information, you can contact Global Engineering Documents at:
15 Inverness Way East
Englewood, CO 80112-5776
1-800-854-7179 (within the U.S.)
303-397-7956 (international)
www.global.ihs.com
NEMA documents that might assist with your AC drive systems are:
• Application Guide for AC Adjustable Speed Drive Systems
• Safety Standards for Construction and Guide for Selection, Installation, and
Operation of Adjustable Speed Drive Systems.
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GS2 AC Drive Introduction
Purpose of AC Drives
AC drives are generally known by many different names: Adjustable Frequency
Drives (AFD), Variable Frequency Drives (VFD), and Inverters. Drives are used
primarily to vary the speed of three phase AC induction motors, and they also
provide non-emergency start and stop control, acceleration and deceleration, and
overload protection. By gradually accelerating the motor, drives can reduce the
amount of motor startup inrush current.
AC drives function by converting incoming AC power to DC, which is then
synthesized back into three phase output power. The voltage and frequency of
this synthesized output power is directly varied by the drive, where the frequency
determines the speed of the three phase AC induction motor.
Drive Package Contents
After receiving the AC motor drive, please check for the following:
• Make sure that the package includes an AC drive, the GS2 Series AC Drive User
Manual, and the GS2 Series AC Drive Quick Reference.
• Inspect the unit to insure it was not damaged during shipment.
• Make sure that the part number indicated on the nameplate corresponds with the
part number of your order.
Model Explanation:
GS2- 4 7P5
Applicable Motor Capacity
0P2: 0.25HP
1P0: 1.0HP
3P0: 3.0HP
7P5: 7.5HP
0P5: 0.5HP
2P0: 2.0HP
5P0: 5.0HP
010: 10HP
Input Voltage
1: 100-120VAC
2: 200-240VAC
4: 380-480VAC
5: 500-600VAC
Series Name
Nameplate Information:
MODEL: GS2-47P5
AC Drive Model
Input Specification
Output Specification
Output Frequency Range
INPUT: 380-480V 50/60Hz 3ph
OUTPUT: 0-480V 7.5hp 13Amps 9.9kVA
FREQUENCY RANGE: 0.1- 400Hz
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LISTED
19XK
IND. CONT. EQ
*
Barcode
Serial Number
GS2-47P5+T101001
* 575V models are NOT CE compliant.
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External Parts and Labels:
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햳 Mounting Screw Holes
햴 Ventilation Slots
햵 Upper Cover
햶 Digital Keypad
햷 Lower Cover
햸 DIP Switches
햹 Input Power Terminals
햺 Control Input/Output Terminals
햻 Output Power Terminals
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GS2 AC Drive Specifications
115V Class
Model Name: GS2-xxx
10P2
10P5
11P0
0.25
0.5
1.0
0.2
0.4
0.75
1.6
2.5
4.2
HP
kW
Output
Rated Output Current (A)
Rating
Maximum Output Voltage
Rated Output Frequency
Rated Voltage/Frequency
Rated Input Current (A)
Input
Rating Voltage/Frequency Tolerance
Short Circuit Withstand
(A, rms symmetrical)
Watt Loss @ 100% I (W)
Weight (lbs.)
Maximum Motor Output
Three-phase 200 to 240V (x2 of input voltage)
0.1 to 400 Hz
Single-phase, 100 to 120 VAC, 50/60Hz
6
9
16
Voltage: +/- 10%; Frequency: +/- 5%
5kA @ 120 VAC
24
34
46
3.5
3.6
3.7
230V Class
Model Name: GS2-xxx
HP
kW
Output
Rated Output Current (A)
Rating
Maximum Output Voltage
Rated Output Frequency
Maximum Motor Output
Rated Voltage/Frequency
20P5
21P0
22P0
23P0
25P0
27P5
0.5
1.0
2.0
3.0
5.0
7.5
0.4
0.75
1.5
2.2
3.7
5.5
2.5
5.0
7.0
10
17
25
Three-phase 200 to 240V (proportional to input voltage)
0.1 to 400 Hz
Single/Three-phase,
200/208/220/230/240 VAC,
50/60 Hz
Input Rated Input Current (A)
6.3/3.2
Rating
Voltage/Frequency Tolerance
Short Circuit Withstand
(A, rms symmetrical)
34
Watt Loss @ 100% I (W)
3.5
Weight (lbs.)
1st Ed. Rev. C
12/2006
11.5/6.3 15.7/9.0 27/12.5
Three-phase,
200/208/220/230/240
VAC, 50/60 Hz
19.6
28
Voltage: +/- 10%; Frequency: +/- 5%
5kA @ 240 VAC
57
77
111
185
255
3.6
3.7
8.5
8.5
8.5
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GS2 AC Drive Specifications (continued)
460V Class
Model Name: GS2-xxx
HP
kW
Output
Rated Output Current (A)
Rating
Maximum Output Voltage
Rated Output Frequency
Maximum Motor Output
41P0
42P0
43P0
45P0
47P5
4010
1.0
2.0
3.0
5.0
7.5
10
0.8
1.5
2.2
4.0
5.5
7.5
3.0
4.0
5.0
8.2
13
18
Three-phase 380 to 480V (proportional to input voltage)
0.1 to 400 Hz
Three-phase
380/400/415/440/460/480 VAC 50/60Hz
Rated Voltage/Frequency
Input Rated Input Current (A)
Rating Voltage/Frequency Tolerance
Short Circuit Withstand
(A, rms symmetrical)
Watt Loss @ 100% I (W)
Weight (lbs.)
4.2
5.7
6.0
8.5
14
23
Voltage: +/- 10%; Frequency: +/- 5%
5kA @ 480 VAC
73
86
102
170
240
255
3.5
3.6
3.7
8.5
8.5
8.5
575V Class
Model Name: GS2-xxx
HP
kW
Output
Rated Output Current (A)
Rating
Maximum Output Voltage
Rated Output Frequency
Rated Voltage/Frequency
Rated Input Current (A)
Input
Rating Voltage/Frequency Tolerance
Short Circuit Withstand
(A, rms symmetrical)
Watt Loss @ 100% I (W)
Weight (lbs.)
Maximum Motor Output
1–6
51P0
52P0
53P0
55P0
57P5
5010
1.0
2.0
3.0
5.0
7.5
10
0.75
1.5
2.2
3.7
5.5
7.5
1.7
3.0
4.2
6.6
9.9
12.2
Three-phase 500 to 600V (proportional to input voltage)
0.1 to 400 Hz
Three-phase 500 to 600V
2.4
4.2
5.9
7.0
10.5
12.9
Voltage: -15 to +10% ; Frequency: +/- 5%
5kA @ 600 VAC
30
58
83
132
191
211
3.3
3.3
4.4
7.0
7.0
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General Specifications
Control Characteristics
Control System
Rated Output Frequency
Output Frequency Resolution
Overload Capacity
Pulse Width Modulation, Carrier frequency 1-12 kHz
1.0 to 400.0 Hz
0.1 Hz
150% of rated current for 1 minute
Includes auto-torque boost, auto-slip compensation,
starting torque 125% @ 0.5 Hz / 150% @ 5.0 Hz
20% without dynamic braking, 125% with optional braking resistor
- braking transistor built-in
Operation frequency 60-0 Hz, 0 - 100% rated current,
Start time 0.0 - 5.0 seconds, Stop time 0.0 - 25.0 seconds
Torque Characteristics
Braking Torque
DC Braking
to 600 seconds (linear or non-linear acceleration/deceleration),
Acceleration/Deceleration Time 0.1
second acceleration/deceleration available
Voltage/Frequency Pattern
Settings available for Constant Torque - low & high starting torque,
Variable Torque - low & high starting torque, and user configured
Stall Prevention Level
20 to 200% or rated current
Operation Specification
Keypad
Setting by <UP> or <DOWN> buttons or potentiometer
Frequency
Potentiometer - 3-5 k⏲, 0 to 10 VDC (input impedance 10 k⏲),
Setting
External Signal 0 to 20 mA / 4 to 20 mA (input impedance 250⏲).
Multi-Speed Inputs 1 to 3, RS-232C/RS-485 communication interface
Inputs
Keypad
Setting by <RUN>, <FWD/REV>, <STOP/RESET> buttons
Operation
Forward/Stop, Reverse/Stop (run/stop, fwd/rev), 3-wire control,
Setting
External Signal
Serial Communication RS-232C & RS-485 (Modbus RTU)
Input
Terminals
Output
Terminals
Digital
6 user-programmable: FWD/STOP, REV/STOP, RUN/STOP,
REV/FWD, RUN momentary (N.O.), STOP momentary (N.C.),
External Fault (N.O./N.C.), External Reset, Multi-Speed Bit (1-3), Jog,
External Base Block (N.O./N.C.), Second Accel/Decel Time, Speed
Hold, Increase Speed, Decrease Speed, Reset Speed to Zero, PID
Disable (N.O.), PID Disable (N.C.), Input Disable
Analog
1 user-configurable, 0 to 10 VDC (input impedance 10 k⏲),
0 to 20 mA / 4 to 20 mA (input impedance 250⏲), 10 bit resolution
Digital
2 user-programmable: Inverter Running, Inverter Fault, At Speed,
Zero Speed, Above Desired Frequency, Below Desired Frequency, At
Maximum Speed, Over Torque Detected, Above Desired Current,
Below Desired Current, PID Deviation Alarm
Analog
1 user-programmable, 0 to 10 VDC (max load 2mA), 8 bit resolution
frequency, current, process variable PV
Outputs
Operating Functions
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Automatic voltage regulation, voltage/frequency characteristics
selection, non-linear acceleration/deceleration, upper and lower
frequency limiters, 7-stage speed operation, adjustable carrier
frequency (1 to 12 kHz), PID control, skip frequencies, analog gain
& bias adjustment, jog, electronic thermal relay, automatic torque
boost, trip history, software protection
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General Specifications (continued)
Protective Functions
Operator
Interface
Operator Devices
8-key, 4-digit, 7-segment LED, 14 status LEDs, potentiometer
Programming
Parameter values for setup and review, fault codes
Status Display
Key Functions
Environment
Actual Operating Frequency, RPM, Scaled Frequency, Amps, % Load,
Output Voltage, DC Bus Voltage, Process Variable, Set-point Frequency
RUN, STOP/RESET, FWD/REV, PROGRAM, DISPLAY, <UP>,
<DOWN>, ENTER
Enclosure Rating
Protected Chassis, IP20
Ambient Temperature
-10°C to 50°C (14°F to 122°F)
-10°C to 40°C (14°F to 104°F) for models 7.5 hp (5.5 kW) and higher
Storage Temperature
-20°C to 60°C (-4°F to 140°F) – during short term transportation period
Ambient Humidity
20 to 90% RH (non-condensing)
Vibration
9.8 m/s^2 (1G) less than 10 Hz, 5.9 m/s^2 (0.6G) 10 to 60 Hz
Installation Location
Options
Agency Approvals
1–8
Electronic Thermal, Overload Relay, Auto Restart after Fault,
Momentary Power Loss, Reverse Operation Inhibit, Auto Voltage
Regulation, Over-Voltage Trip Prevention, Auto Adjustable
Accel/Decel, Over-Torque Detection Mode, Over-Torque Detection
Level, Over-Torque Detection Time, Over-Current Stall Prevention
during Acceleration, Over-Current Stall Prevention during Operation
Altitude 1000m or lower above sea level, keep from corrosive gas,
liquid and dust
Noise filter, input AC reactor, output AC reactor, cable for remote
operator, programming software, Dynamic braking resistor, input fuses
UL & cUL listed; CE*
*CE certification applies only to 115V, 230V, 460V class drives.
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INSTALLATION
AND WIRING
CHAPTER
2
In This Chapter...
Ambient Conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2–2
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2–3
Minimum Clearances and AirFlow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2–3
Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2–4
GS2 Circuit Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2–6
Danger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2–6
Main Circuit Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2–8
Control Terminal Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2–10
Basic Wiring Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2–11
External Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2–12
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Ambient Conditions
The AC drive should be kept in the shipping carton before installation. In order to
retain the warranty coverage, the AC drive should be stored properly when it is
not to be used for an extended period of time. Some storage suggestions are:
• Store in a clean and dry location free from direct sunlight or corrosive fumes.
• Store within an ambient temperature range of -20°C to +60°C.
• Store within a relative humidity range of 0% to 90% and non-condensing
environment.
• Store within an air pressure range of 86 kPA to 106 kPA.
Ambient Conditions
to 50°C (14°F to 122°F) for models below 7.5 hp (5.5 kW),
Ambient Temperature -10°C
-10°C to 40°C (14°F to 104°F) for models 7.5 hp (5.5 kW) and higher
Storage Temperature -20° to 60°C (-4°F to 140°F)
0 to 90% (non-condensing)
Relative Humidity
Atmosphere Pressure 86 kPA to 106 kPA
9.8 m/s2 (1G) less than 10 Hz, 5.9 m/s2 (0.6G) 10 to 60 Hz
Vibration
2–2
Installation Location
Altitude 1000m or lower above sea level, keep from corrosive gas,
liquid and dust
Enclosure Rating
IP20: Protection against contact by fingers. Protection against
medium-size foreign objects
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Installation
Improper installation of the AC drive will greatly reduce its life. Be sure to observe
the following precautions when selecting a mounting location:
WARNING: Failure to observe these precautions may damage the drive and void the warranty!
• Do not mount the AC drive near heat-radiating elements or in direct sunlight.
• Do not install the AC drive in a place subjected to high temperature, high humidity,
excessive vibration, corrosive gases or liquids, or airborne dust or metallic particles.
• Mount the AC drive securely on a flat, rigid, non-flammable surface.
• Mount the AC drive vertically and do not restrict the air flow to the heat sink fins.
WARNING: AC drives generate a large amount of heat which may damage them.
Auxiliary cooling methods are typically required in order not to exceed maximum
ambient temperatures.
Minimum Clearances and Air Flow
MAXIMUM AMBIENT TEMPERATURES MUST NOT EXCEED 50°C (122°F),
OR 40°C (104°F) FOR MODELS 7.5 HP (5.5 KW) AND HIGHER!
Fan
6"
150mm
min
Air Flow
2",50mm
2"
50mm
min
2"
50mm
min
6"
150mm
min
Input
Power
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Dimensions
GS2-10P2,
GS2-20P5,
GS2-41P0,
GS2-51P0,
GS2-10P5,
GS2-21P0,
GS2-42P0,
GS2-52P0,
GS2-11P0,
GS2-22P0,
GS2-43P0,
GS2-53P0
Units: mm [inches]
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Dimensions (continued)
GS2-23P0, GS2-25P0, GS2-27P5,
GS2-45P0, GS2-47P5, GS2-4010,
GS2-55P0, GS2-57P5, GS2-5010
Units: mm [inches]
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GS2 Circuit Connections
DANGER!
HAZARDOUS VOLTAGE! Before making any connection to the AC drive, disconnect
all power to the AC drive, and wait five minutes for DC bus capacitors to discharge.
Warning: Any electrical or mechanical modification to this equipment without prior
written consent of AutomationDirect.com, Inc. will void all warranties, may result in a
safety hazard, and may void the UL listing.
WARNING: Do not connect the AC input power to the T1, T2, and T3 output terminals.
This will damage the AC drive
WARNING: Tighten all screws to the proper torque rating. See “Main Circuit Wiring”
later in this chapter.
Wiring Notes: PLEASE READ PRIOR TO INSTALLATION.
1. During installation, follow all local electrical, construction, and safety codes for
the country in which the AC drive is to be installed.
2. Make sure the appropriate circuit protective devices (circuit breaker or fuses)
are connected between the power supply and AC drive.
3. Make sure that the leads are connected correctly and the AC drive is properly
grounded. (Ground resistance should not exceed 0.1⏲.)
4. Use ground leads that comply with AWG/MCM standards and keep them as
short as possible.
5. Do not use a power circuit contactor or disconnect switch for run/stop control
of the AC drive and motor. This will reduce the operating life cycle of the AC
drive. Cycling a power circuit switching device while the AC drive is in run
mode should be done only in emergency situations.
6. Multiple GS2 units can be installed in one location. All of the units should be
grounded directly to a common ground terminal, or connected in parallel, as
shown in the figure below. Make sure there are no ground loops.
Correct
Incorrect
Forward
running
(CCW)
7. When the AC drive output terminals T1, T2, and T3 are connected to the motor
terminals T1, T2, and T3, respectively, the motor will rotate counterclockwise
(as viewed from the shaft end of the motor) when a forward operation
command is received. To reverse the direction of motor rotation, switch the
connections of any of the two motor leads.
8. Make sure that the power source is capable of supplying the correct voltage
and required current to the AC drive.
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9. Do not attach or remove wiring when power is applied to the AC drive.
10. Do not inspect components unless inside "POWER" lamp is turned off.
11. Do not monitor the signals on the circuit board while the AC drive is in operation.
12. For the 115V single-phase rated AC drives, AC power must be connected to
input terminals L1 and L2. For the 230V single-phase rated AC drives, AC
power can be connected to any two of the three input terminals L1, L2, and
L3. Note: This AC drive is not intended for use with single-phase motors.
13. Route the power and control wires separately, or at 90 degree angle to each other.
14. If a filter is required for reducing EMI (Electro-Magnetic Interference), install it as close
as possible to the AC drive. EMI can also be reduced by lowering the Carrier Frequency.
15. If the AC drive is installed in a place where a load reactor is needed, install
the filter close to the T1, T2, and T3 side of AC drive. Do not use a Capacitor,
L-C Filter (Inductance-Capacitance), or R-C Filter (Resistance-Capacitance),
unless approved by AutomationDirect.
16. When using a GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupt), select current sensor with sensitivity
of 200 mA, and not less than 0.1-second detection to avoid nuisance tripping.
Motor Operation Precautions
1. If the AC drive is used to operate a standard 3-phase induction motor, the
energy loss is greater than if using an inverter duty motor.
2. Avoid running a standard induction motor at low speed, which may cause the
motor temperature to exceed the motor rating due to limited airflow produced
by the motor's fan.
3. When the standard motor operates at low speed, the output load must be decreased.
4. If 100% output torque is desired at low speed, it may be necessary to use a
special "inverter-duty" rated motor.
Short Circuit Withstand Current
Suitable for use on a circuit capable of delivering not more than 5,000 rms
symmetrical Amperes. The maximum voltage is 120, 240, 480, and 600V for all
115, 230, 460, and 575V models, respectively. (An optional line reactor can be
installed in the incoming power circuit to reduce the available short circuit
current.)
Applicable Codes
All GS2 Series AC drives are Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. (UL) and Canadian
Underwriters Laboratories (cUL) listed, and therefore comply with the
requirements of the National Electrical Code (NEC) and the Canadian Electrical
Code (CEC).
Installation intended to meet the UL and cUL requirements must follow the
instructions provided in "Wiring Notes" as a minimum standard. Follow all local
codes that exceed UL and cUL requirements. Refer to the technical data label
affixed to the AC drive and the motor nameplate for electrical data.
The "Fuses and Fuse Kits" section in APPENDIX A, lists the recommended fuse part
number for each GS2 Series part number. These fuses (or equivalent) must be
used on all installations where compliance with U.L. standards is required.
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Main Circuit Wiring
Main Circuit Terminals
Terminal
L1, L2, L3
T1, T2, T3
Description
B1, B2
Dynamic Braking Resistor
(optional)
Input Power
AC Drive Output
Ground
Output Power Connections
T1 T2 T3 B1 B2
3-phase Input Power Connections
L1 L2 L3
1-phase Input Power Connections*
L1 L2
1-phase* Input Power
3-phase Input Power
230V Class 200-240V ± 10%; 50/60 Hz ± 5%
460V Class 380-480V ± 10%; 50/60 Hz ± 5%
575V Class 500-600V -15/+10%; 50/60 Hz ± 5%
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115V Class
230V Class
100-120V ± 10%; 50/60Hz ± 5%
200-240V ± 10%; 50/60Hz ± 5%
* Only models GS2-10P2, GS2-10P5,
GS2-11P0, GS2-20P5, GS2-21P0,
GS2-22P0, and GS2-23P0 are rated for
1-phase input power
Chapter 2: Installation and Wiring
Main Circuit Wiring (continued)
Main Circuit Wiring Specifications
AC Drive Model
Current
Input/Output (A)
GS2-10P2 (1-phase)
GS2-10P5 (1-phase)
GS2-11P0 (1-phase)
GS2-20P5 (1-phase)
GS2-20P5 (3-phase)
GS2-21P0 (1-phase)
GS2-21P0 (3-phase)
GS2-22P0 (1-phase)
GS2-22P0 (3-phase)
GS2-23P0 (1-phase)
GS2-23P0 (3-phase)
GS2-25P0
GS2-27P5
GS2-41P0
GS2-42P0
GS2-43P0
GS2-45P0
GS2-47P5
GS2-4010
GS2-51P0
GS2-52P0
GS2-53P0
GS2-55P0
GS2-57P5
GS2-5010
6 / 1.6
9 / 2.5
16 / 4.2
Wire Gauge
(AWG)
Terminal Screw
Torque (in·lbf)
12-14
12
6.3 / 2.5
3.2 / 2.5
11.5 / 5.0
12-14
12
6.3 / 5.0
15.7 / 7.0
12
9 / 7.0
12-14
27 / 10
8
12.5 / 10
8-12
19.6 / 17
8-10
28 / 25
8
13
4.2 / 3.0
5.7 / 4.0
12-14
12
6.0 / 5.0
8.5 / 8.2
8-14
14 / 13
8-12
23 / 18
8-10
13
2.4 / 1.7
4.2 / 3.0
12-14
12
5.9 / 4.2
7.0 / 6.6
10.5 / 9.9
12.9 / 12.2
8-14
13
8-12
NOTE: Use 75°C (or higher) copper wire only.
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Control Terminal Wiring
Control Circuit Terminals
Terminal Symbol
R1O
R1C
R1
R2O
R2C
R2
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
DI5
DI6
DCM
Description
Remarks
AI
Analog Input
0 to +10 V Input
0 to 20 mA Input, or
4 to 20 mA Input
+10V
AO
ACM
Internal Power Supply
+10 VDC (10 mA maximum load)
Analog Output
0 to +10V Output (2mA maximum load)
Relay Output 1 Normally Open
Relay Output 1 Normally Closed
Relay Output 1 Common
Relay Output 2 Normally Open
120 VAC / 24 VDC @ 5A
230 VAC @ 2.5A
Relay Output 2 Normally Closed
Relay Output 2 Common
Digital Input 1
Digital Input 2
Digital Input 3
Digital Input 4
Digital Input 5
Digital Input 6
Input Voltage: Internally Supplied (see WARNING below)
Input Voltage Range: 4-12V
Minimum ON Current: 22 mA max
Maximum OFF Current: 1.1 mA
also see “Basic Wiring Diagram” on next page.
Digital Common
Analog Common
Warning: Do NOT connect external voltage sources to the Digital Inputs. Permanent
damage may result.
Note: Use twisted-shielded, twisted-pair, or shielded-lead wires for the control signal
wiring. It is recommended to run all signal wiring in a separate steel conduit. The shield
wire should be connected only at the AC drive. Do not connect shield wire on both ends.
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Basic Wiring Diagram
Note: Users must connect wiring according to the circuit diagram shown below.
Power Source*
100-120V ±10%
200-240V ±10%
380-480V ±10%
500-600V -15%;+10%
L1
(50,60Hz ±5%)
L3
AC Motor
GS2-xxxx
L2
T1
IM
T2
T3
* Use terminals L1, L2 for 115V 1-phase
models; use any two of L1, L2, L3 for
230V 1-phase models.
Grounding resistance
less than 0.1⏲
B1
Braking resistor
(optional)
B2
R1
R1C
Multi-function output contacts
120VAC/24VDC @5A
230VAC @2.5A
R1O
앲Inverter Running
DI1
앲Forward/Stop
DI2
앲Reverse/Stop
R2
DI3
앲External Fault
(N.O.)
Multi-function output contacts
120VAC/24VDC @5A
230VAC @2.5A
R2C
R2O
DI4
앲Inverter Fault
앲Multi-Speed 1
DI5
Analog
AO
output
0 to +10 VDC
2mA max
앲Multi-Speed 2
DI6
앲Multi-Speed 3
Potentiometer (3-5 k⏲) (may be
required for some
meters)
+
Voltmeter
-
ACM
앲Output Frequency
DCM
Analog voltage
0-10 VDC
Potentiometer
3-5 k⏲
Analog current
0-20 mA
4-20 mA
RJ-12
(6P4C)
+10V
(10mA max)
AI
앲앲
6
RJ-12 Serial Comm Port
Interface (see note below)
1
ACM
RS-485
2: GND
3: SG4: SG+
5: +5V
RS-232
2: GND
3: RXD
4: TXD
5: +5V
앲Factory default setting
앲앲Factory default source of frequency command is via the keypad potentiometer
Main circuit (power) terminals
Control circuit terminal
Shielded leads
WARNING: Do not plug a modem or telephone into the GS2 RJ-12 Serial Comm Port,
or permanent damage may result. Terminals 2 and 5 should not be used as a power
source for your communication connection.
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External Accessories
Refer to Appendix A for
information regarding
external accessories.
�
From power supply
Disconnect switch
�
�
� Power Supply
Please follow the specific power supply requirements
shown in CHAPTER 1
� Fuses
Input fuses protect the AC drive from excessive input
current due to line surges, short circuits, and ground
faults. They are recommended for all installations and
may be required for UL-listed installations.
� Contactor (Optional)
Do not use a contactor or disconnect switch for
run/stop control of the AC drive and motor. This will
reduce the operating life cycle of the AC drive.
Cycling a power circuit switching device while the AC
drive is in run mode should be done only in
emergency situations.
� AC Line Reactor (Optional)
�
Input line reactors protect the AC drive from transient
overvoltage conditions typically caused by utility
capacitor switching. Input line reactors also reduce the
harmonics associated with AC drives, and are
recommended for all installations.
�
L1
L2
L3 GND
� EMI filter (Optional)
B1
�
GS2-xxxx
AC Drive
B2
GND
T1
T2
T3
Input EMI filters reduce electromagnetic interference or
noise on the input side of the AC drive. They are required
for CE compliance and recommended for installations
prone to or sensitive to electromagnetic interference.
� Braking Resistors (Optional)
Dynamic braking allows the AC drive to produce
additional braking (stopping) torque. AC drives can
typically produce between 15% & 20% braking torque
without the addition of any external components. The
addition of optional braking may be required for
applications that require rapid deceleration or high inertia
loads.
� AC Line Reactor (Optional)
�
Motor
Output line (load) reactors protect the motor insulation
against AC drive short circuits and IGBT reflective wave
damage, and also allow the motor to run cooler by
smoothing the motor current waveform. They are
recommended for operating “non-inverter-duty” motors,
and for any motors when the length of wiring between the
AC drive and motor exceeds 75 feet.
Note: Please refer to Appendix A for specifications on GS2 AC Drive Accessories.
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KEYPAD OPERATION
AND QUICKSTART
CHAPTER
3
In This Chapter...
The GS2 Digital Keypad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3–2
LED Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3–2
LED Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3–2
Function Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3–3
Displaying the Status of the GS2 AC Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3–4
Programming the GS2 AC Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3–5
GS2 Quickstart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3–6
Example 1: Constant torque (e.g. conveyors, compressors, etc.) .3–6
Example 2: Variable torque (e.g. fans, centrifugal pumps, etc.) .3–11
Chapter 3: Keypad Operation and Quickstart
The GS2 Digital Keypad
The digital keypad includes a 4-digit LED display, 14 LED Indicators, 8 function
keys, and a potentiometer. The diagram below shows all of the features of the
digital keypad and an overview of their functions.
LED Display
LED Indicators
Up/Down Keys
Program Key
Display Key
Enter Key
Potentiometer
Fwd/Rev Key
Stop/Reset Key
Run Key
LED Display
The LED display shows the AC drive operation values and parameter settings.
LED Indicators
RUN
RUN
The RUN LED indicates the AC drive isFWD
in Run Mode. The RUN LED blinks
when the drive is decelerating to stop.FWD
STOP
STOP
The STOP LED indicates the AC drive REV
is not in Run Mode. The STOP LED blinks
REV
when the drive is in Run Mode, but has zero speed reference.
V/Hz
ANLG
The RAMP
FWD LED indicates
theDIGT
AC drive is
running the motor in the forward
V/Hz
DIGT
ANLG
RAMP
direction.
FWD
PROT
DISP
PID
COMM
PROT
DISP
PID
COMM
The REV LED indicates the AC drive is running the motor in the reverse
REV
direction.
FWD
MTR
MTR
FW
FWD
FWD
RUN
PSET
PSET
REV
REV
STOP
N
D
D
P
RUN
DIGT
DIGT
STOP
DISP
DISP
MTR
R
PSET
RAMP
PROT
V/Hz
FWD
The PID
V/Hz LED indicates
the
AC drive is in Program Mode and displays the
DISP
COMM
DIGT
ANLG
REV
Volts/Hertz
Parameters group (P 2.xx).
T
P
PROT
V/Hz
PID
DIGT
REV
The DISP
DIGT LED COMM
indicates the AC drive is in Program Mode and displays the
ANLG
Digital Parameters group (P 3.xx).
T
z
PID
DIGT
DISP
ANLG
The COMM
ANLG LED indicates the AC drive is in Program Mode and displays the
Analog Parameters group (P 4.xx).
D
DISP
COMM
zz
3–2
ANLG
ANLG
MTR
COMM
COMM
PSET
RAMP
The MTR LED indicates the AC drive is in Program Mode and is displaying the
V/Hz
DIGT
ANLG
RAMP
Motor Parameters
group (PREV
0.xx).
FWD
The PROT
RAMP LEDPID
indicates the
is in Program Mode and is displaying the
DISPAC driveCOMM
V/Hz
DIGT
ANLG
REV
Ramp
Parameters
group (P 1.xx).
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FWD
RUN
RUN
STOP
STOP
MTR
MTR
PSET
RAMP
MTR
PSET
RAMP
PROT
V/Hz
FWD
PSET
RAMP
PROT
V/Hz
PID
DIGT
REV
V/Hz
DIGT
ANLG
REV
FWD
The PSET LED indicates the AC drive is in Program Mode and displays the Preset
PROT
DISP
PID
COMM
V/Hz
DIGT
Parameters
group
(P 5.xx). ANLG
REV
FWD
The PROT LED indicates the AC drive is in Program Mode and displays the
DISP
PID
COMM
DIGT
ANLG
Protection
REV Parameters group (P 6.xx).
The PID LED indicates the AC drive is in Program Mode and displays the PID
DISP
COMM
ANLG
Parameters
group (P 7.xx).
PROT
V/Hz
PID
DIGT
DISP
ANLG
The DISP LED indicates the AC drive is in Program Mode and displays the
COMM
Display
Parameters group (P 8.xx).
PID
DISP
COMM
The COMM LED indicates the AC drive is in Program Mode and displays the
Communication Parameters group (P 9.xx).
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REV
FWDChapter
RAMP
Function Keys
Pressing the PROGRAM key repetitively cycles through the parameter groups.
As you cycle through the parameter groups, an LED indicator lights to show you
which parameter group is selected.
Pressing the DISPLAY key cycles through the operational values of the AC drive
when the AC drive is not in Program Mode. When in Program Mode, the
Display key will display the value of the selected parameter.
Pressing the FWD/REV key changes the direction in which the motor operates.
Pressing the RUN key starts the AC drive operation. This key has no function if
the AC drive is controlled by the external control terminals.
Press the UP/DOWN arrow keys momentarily to change parameter settings.
These keys may also be used to scroll through different operating values or
parameters. Pressing the "Up" or "Down" key momentarily, changes the
parameter settings in single-unit increments. To quickly run through the range of
settings, press and hold the “Up” or "Down" key.
Press the ENTER key to view parameters and store parameter settings.
The STOP/RESET key is used to stop AC drive operation. If the AC drive has
stopped due to a fault, clear the fault first, then press this key to reset the AC
drive.
The POTENTIOMETER is for setting operation frequency.
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Displaying the Status of the GS2 AC Drive
Press the display button on the keypad repeatedly to cycle through the status
messages on the AC drive. The diagram below shows the order of the status
messages as you cycle through them, and shows the definitions of the status
messages. The status of the AC drive can be shown in RUN or STOP mode.
PROGRAM
ENTER
DISPLAY
FWD/REV
00
STOP
PROGRAM
X60
RUN .0
0
DISPLAY
01
FWD/REV
PROGRAM
!750
RUN
DISPLAY
02
FWD/REV
PROGRAM
90.0
RUN
DISPLAY
03
0
STOP
06
ENTER
RESET
100
0
100
0
STOP
ENTER
RESET
100
MTR
FWD/REV
uPROGRAM
0.0
RAMP
PROT
0
F60.0
STOP
ENTER
RESET
0
% Load
Displays the amount of load on the AC drive.
Example: (Output Current 쐦 Drive Rated Current) x 100
Output Voltage
Displays the output voltage present at the T1, T2, and T3
terminals. Example: 465V
DC Bus Voltage
Displays the DC Bus Voltage. Example: 662 VDC
PID Setpoint
Displays the PID setpoint. Note: It is possible to change
the PID setpoint with the 쒀 and 쑽 keys when the PID
setpoint value is displayed on the keypad. The PID
function (P 7.00) must beFWD
enabled, and the PID Setpoint
source (P 7.02) must be set to keypad (00).
REV
PID Feedback Signal (PV)
Displays
the PID
V/Hz
DIGT feed-back
ANLGsignal.
NOTE:
PID
TheDISP
PID LED will
flash when the
COMM
PID Setpoint or Process Variable is displayed.
09 Setpoint Frequency
STOP
ENTER Displays the frequency setting of the AC drive.
RESET
Example: 60.0 Hz
100
FWD/REV
STOP
RESET
RUN
3–4
08
100
FWD/REV
PROGRAM
RUN
DISPLAY
07
STOP
ENTER
RESET
tPROGRAM0.0
RUN
PSET
DISPLAY
09
100
RUN
FWD/REV
STOP
RUN
DISPLAY
08
0
04
STOP
ENTER
RESET
05
FWD/REV
PROGRAM
d662
RUN
DISPLAY
07
100
FWD/REV
PROGRAM
U465
RUN
DISPLAY
06
0
ENTER
RESET
FWD/REV
PROGRAM
o!8.0
RUN
DISPLAY
05
0
FWD/REV
APROGRAM
0.9
RUN
DISPLAY
04
0
RESET Actual Operating Frequency
00
Displays the actual operating frequency present at the T1,
100 ENTER
T2, and T3 terminals. Example: 60.0Hz
01 RPM
STOP Displays the present estimated speed of the motor.
ENTER
RESET
Example: 1750 rpm
100
02 Scaled Frequency
Displays the result of output frequency x P 8.01.
STOP
ENTER
RESET Example: 60Hz x 1.5 = 90.0
03 Amps
100
Displays the output current present at the T1, T2, and T3
STOP terminals. Example: 0.9A
0
100
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Programming the GS2 AC Drive
The GS2 AC Drive parameters are organized into 10 different groups according to their
functions. The illustration below shows you how to navigate through the parameter
groups and parameter settings. For a complete list of parameters, refer to CHAPTER 4.
Press the "Program" key repetitively to cycle through the parameter groups.
As you cycle through the parameter groups, an LED indicator will light to
show you which parameter group is selected.
Once you reach the desired parameter group, use the UP/DOWN keys to
cycle through the available parameters in that group.
When you reach your desired parameter, press the “ENTER”
Select
key to select the parameter.
Parameter
Group
RUN
RUN
PROGRAM
STOP
DISPLAY
V/Hz
RAMP
FWD/REV
P0.00
PSET
PROT
MTR
RAMP
PSET
PROT
RUN
RAMP
V/Hz
PSET
PROT
PID
MTR
RAMP
V/Hz
PSET
PROT
PID
DIGT
FWD
DISP
REV
RUN
ANLG
STOP
COMM
MTR
STOP
RAMP
V/Hz
DIGT
PROT
PID
DISP
RUN
PSET
STOP
RUN
MTR
RAMP
PSET
PROT
STOP
RUN
MTR
RAMP
V/Hz
PSET
PROT
PID
STOP
MTR
PSET
RAMP
PROT
V/Hz
PID
PID
RUN
PROGRAM
0
STOP
MTR
ENTER
MTR
STOP
RUN
Use the UP/DOWN keys to cycle through the available settings.
DIGT
FWD
DISP
REV
RAMP
V/Hz
DIGT
ANLG
PROT
PID
DISP
COMM
100
PROGRAM
DISPLAY
V/Hz
DIGT
P!.00
FWD
PROGRAM
RUN
DISPLAY
DIGT
P2.00
FWD
0
FWD/REV
DISP
PROGRAM
REV
STOP
RESET
ENTER
COMM
0
PROGRAM
0
RAMP
RUN
DISPLAY
PROT
0
FWD/REV
PROGRAM
V/Hz
FWD/REV
PROGRAM
DIGT
RUN
FWD
DISPLAY
DISP
REV
100
DIGT
FWD
DISP 100
REV
FWD/REV
PROGRAM
P8.00
0
RUN
DISPLAY 0
COMM
DISPLAY
FWD/REV
DISPLAY
FWD/REV
DISPLAY
RUN
FWD/REV STOP
PROGRAM
0
RESET
DISPLAYRUN
100
0
ENTER
FWD/REV
FWD/REV
P0.03
RUN
0
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STOP
RESET
100
DISPLAY
PROGRAM
100
STOP
RESET
STOP
RESET
100
ENTER
PROGRAM
0
DISPLAY
DIGT
ANLG
PID
DISP
COMM
0
DISPLAY100
STOP
RESET
STOP
RESET
STOP
ENTER
RESET
100
100
100
0
RUN DISPLAY
0
STOP ENTER
100
RESET
100
FWD/REV
STOP
RESET
RUN
0
100
ENTER
DISPLAY
50
FWD/REVPROGRAM
RUN
PROGRAM
RUN
PROGRAM
0
DISPLAY
STOP
RESET
ENTER
100
0
FWD/REV
FWD/REV
ENTER
STOP ENTER
RESET
PROGRAM RUN DISPLAY
DISPLAY
STOP
RESET
ENTER
FWD/REV
PROGRAM
ENTER
P0.02
RUN
PROGRAM
V/Hz
Parameter
Value
ENTER
P0.04
100
RUN
0
FWD/REVPROGRAM RUN
STOP
RESET
ENTER
FWD/REV
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PROGRAM
PROGRAM
0
RAMP
PROT
Select
ENTER
100
0
STOP
ANLG
RESET
ENTER
100
FWD/REV
PROGRAM
STOP ENTER
RESET
REV
PROGRAM
RUN DISPLAY
RUN
PROGRAM
REV
Example: Ramp Parameter
Group Indicator
P0.00
FWD/REVPROGRAM
0
FWD
ENTER
P0.0!
RUN
STOP
RESET
ENTER
RUN
0
FWD
100
FWD/REV
PROGRAM
DISPLAY
P9.00
DISPLAY
COMM
FWD/REV
STOP
RESET
ENTER
ANLG
RUN
DISPLAY
COMM
MTR
FWD/REV
P7.00
STOP
PSET
ANLG
DISPLAY
COMM100
P!.00
RUN
Parameter
FWD
DISP
REV
STOP
RESET
ENTER
ANLG
0
Select
PROGRAM
STOP
DIGT
RESET
ENTER
P6.00
0
STOP
RESET
100
V/Hz
P5.00PID
RUN
DISPLAY
PID
100
STOP
RESET
ENTER
FWD/REV
PROGRAM
to the next parameter in the selected group.
100
FWD/REV
COMM
P4.00
After the parameter value has been set, the AC drive will cycle
STOP
RESET
ENTER
RUN
0
COMM
COMM
ANLG 100
RUN
DISPLAY
ANLG
P3.00
RUN
DISPLAY
ENTER
The word “End”
will
display
on
the
digital
display
to
signal
that
the parameter
REV
value
has been changed. (If you want to back out without
ANLG
changing the parameter, press the “PROGRAM” key.)
ANLG ENTER
DISPLAY
DISP
REV
FWD/REV
FWD/REV
PID
DIGT
STOP
FWD
RESET
DISP
REV
FWD
Press
the “ENTER” key to select the setting.
PROGRAM STOP
60
0
FWD/REV
RUN
400
0
RUN DISPLAY
0
ENTER
FWD/REV
ENTER
DISPLAY100
FWD/REVPROGRAM RUN
RESET
STOP DISPLAY
100
RESET
ENTER
STOP ENTER
100
RESET
STOP
0
RESET
STOP
RESET
100
End
100
FWD/REV
STOP
RESET
RUN
0
100
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GS2 Quickstart
The following examples will help you quickly set up your GS2 AC Drive for two
common applications. The first example applies to an application that requires
constant torque, and the second example requires variable torque.
Note: For a complete list and description of the parameters for the GS2 Series AC
drives, refer to CHAPTER 4.
Example 1: Constant torque (e.g. conveyors, compressors, etc.)
In this example, the AC drive needs to operate a motor that is connected to a conveyor.
In order to decide which parameters need modifications, we will make a list of the needs
for the application.
Application Needs
•The AC drive must control a 460V, 1hp inverter duty motor. We will use a
model GS2-41P0 drive for this application. An example of the motor
nameplate is shown below.
INVERTER DUTY MOTOR
HP
1
Volts
460
PHASE 3
TYPE
P
RPM
1725
AMPS
2.6
HZ
SF
1.15
60
DESIGN B
AMB
40°C
INSUL CLASS F
DUTY
ENCL
TEFC
CODE
CONT
K
•The maximum speed for the motor is 2000 rpm.
•The motor should accelerate to maximum speed in 5 seconds.
•The motor should decelerate from maximum speed in 5 seconds.
•The motor will require a high torque when starting.
•The operation of the motor (start, stop, etc.) will be controlled by remote
control terminals. All keys on the GS2 keypad should be disabled.
•The frequency of the AC drive will be determined by remote potentiometer
that has a 0 to +10V signal.
•The display of the AC drive should default to the motor speed (rpm) when
running.
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Parameter Setup
In order to meet the needs of this application, the drive parameters should be set
as follows:
P 0.00
Motor Nameplate Voltage
Setting: 460
Range: 115V&230V class: 200/208/220/230/240 Default Setting: 240
460V class: 380/400/415/440/460/480
480
575V class: 380 to 637
575
This parameter setting is determined by the motor nameplate.
P 0.01
Motor Nameplate Amps
Range: Drive Rated Amps x .3 to
Drive Rated Amps x 1.0
Setting: 2.6
Default Setting: Drive Rating (A)
This parameter setting is determined by the motor nameplate..
P 0.02
Motor Base Frequency
Range: 50/60/400
Setting: 60
Default Setting 60
This parameter setting is determined by the motor nameplate.
P 0.03
Motor Base RPM
Setting: 1725
Range: 375 to 9999 rpm
Default Setting: 1750
This parameter setting is determined by the motor nameplate.
P 0.04
Motor Maximum RPM
Setting: 2000
Range: P 0.03 to 9999 rpm
Default Setting: P 0.03
This parameter setting is determined by the needs of the application.
WARNING: The Motor Maximum RPM parameter (P 0.04) should never exceed the
maximum rpm rating for the motor you are using. If this information is not readily
available, consult your motor manufacturer.
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P 1.00
Stop Methods
Range: 00 Ramp to Stop
01 Coast to stop
Setting: 00
Default Setting: 00
The Ramp to Stop setting causes the drive to stop the motor under
power according to the Deceleration Time set in P 1.02. If the AC
drive was set for Coast to Stop, the AC drive would ignore the
Deceleration Time setting.
WARNING: If the Stop Method for the GS2 AC drive is set for Coast to Stop, the AC
drive will ignore any setting you have for Deceleration Time (P 1.02).
P 1.01
Acceleration Time
Setting: 5.0
Range: 0.1 to 600 sec
Default Setting: 10 sec
The motor should accelerate from 0 rpm to base rpm (P 0.03) in 5
seconds.
P 1.02
Deceleration Time
Range: 0.1 to 600 sec
Setting: 5.0
Default Setting: 30 sec
The motor should decelerate from 2000 rpm (maximum speed) to 0 rpm in 5
seconds.
P 2.00
Volts/Hertz Settings
Settings: 00
01
02
03
-
General Purpose
High Starting Torque
Fans and Pumps
Custom
Setting: 01
Default Setting: 0.0
The GS2 Series AC drive has some predefined torque settings that meet
the needs of most applications. A custom setting is available if needed.
In this example, the application requires a high starting torque.
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P 3.00
Source of Operation Command
Setting: 02
Default Setting: 00
Settings
00
Operation Determined by Digital Keypad
01
Operation determined by external control terminals.
Keypad STOP is enabled.
02
Operation determined by external control terminals.
Keypad STOP is disabled.
03
Operation determined by RS-232/RS-485 interface.
Keypad STOP is enabled.
04
Operation determined by RS-232/RS-485 interface.
Keypad STOP is disabled.
The AC drive operation will be determined by external control
terminals and the keypad stop will be disabled.
P 4.00
Source of Frequency Command
Setting: 02
Default: 00
Settings:
00
Frequency determined by keypad potentiometer
01
Frequency determined by digital keypad up/down
02
Frequency determined by 0 to +10V input on AI
terminal. Switch, SW1 must be set to AVI.
AVI
ACI
03
Frequency determined by 4 to 20mA input on AI
terminal. Switch SW1 must be set to ACI.
AVI
ACI
04
Switch SW1 must be set to ACI
in order to use a 4 to 20mA input
Frequency determined by 0 to 20mA input on AI
terminal. Switch SW1 must be set to ACI.
AVI
ACI
05
Switch SW1 must be set to AVI
in order to use a 0 to +10V input
Switch SW1 must be set to ACI in
order to use a 0 to 20mA input
Frequency determined by RS-232/RS-485
communication interface (RS-232 or RS-485
communication selected by switches SW2 and SW3.
Refer to CHAPTER 5 for details.)
The frequency of the AC drive will be determined by an external
potentiometer with a 0 to +10V signal.
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P 6.00
Electronic Thermal Overload Relay
Setting: 00
Default Setting: 00
Settings: 00 - Constant Torque (inverter/vector duty motor)
01 - Variable Torque (fan-cooled standard motor)
02 - Inactive
This function setting 00 is the standard overload protection curve used
to protect inverter/vector duty motors.
P 8.00
User Defined Display Function
Setting: 01
Default Setting: 00
Settings:
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
Output Frequency (Hz)
Motor Speed (rpm)
Output Frequency x P 8.01
Output Current (A)
Motor Output Current (%)
Output Voltage(V)
DC Bus Voltage (V)
PID Setpoint
PID Feedback (PV)
Frequency Setpoint
The AC drive display will default to motor speed (rpm) when running.
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Example 2: Variable torque (e.g. fans, centrifugal pumps, etc.)
In this example, the AC drive needs to operate a motor that is connected to a centrifugal
pump. As in Example 1, we will make a list of the needs for the application in order to
decide which parameters need modifications.
Application Needs
•The AC drive must control a 208V, 3hp fan-cooled standard duty motor. The
AC drive model we will be using for this application is a GS2-23P0. An
example of the motor nameplate is shown below.
STANDARD DUTY MOTOR
HP
3
Volts
208
PHASE 3
TYPE
P
RPM
3525
AMPS
9.2
HZ
SF
1.15
60
DESIGN B
AMB
40°C
INSUL CLASS F
DUTY
ENCL
TEFC
CODE
CONT
K
•The maximum speed for the motor is 3600 rpm.
•The motor should accelerate to maximum speed in 20 seconds.
•The motor should coast to stop when operation is terminated.
•The motor will be turning a centrifugal pump.
•The operation of the motor (start, stop, etc.) will be controlled by the GS2
digital keypad.
•The frequency of the AC drive will be determined by the GS2 keypad
potentiometer.
•The display of the AC drive should default to output current (A) when running.
Parameter Setup
In order to meet the needs of this application, the parameters should be set as
follows:
P 0.00
Motor Nameplate Voltage
Setting: 208
Range: 115V&230V class: 200/208/220/230/240 Default Setting: 240
460V class: 380/400/415/440/460/480
480
575V class: 380 to 637
575
This parameter setting is determined by the motor nameplate.
P 0.01
Motor Nameplate Amps
Range: Drive Rated Amps x .3 to
Drive Rated Amps x 1.0
Setting: 9.2
Default Setting: Drive Rating (A)
This parameter setting is determined by the motor nameplate.
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P 0.02
Motor Base Frequency
Range: 50/60/400
Setting: 60
Default Setting 60
This parameter setting is determined by the motor nameplate.
P 0.03
Motor Base RPM
Range: 375 to 9999 rpm
Setting: 3525
Default Setting: 1750
This parameter setting is determined by the motor nameplate.
P 0.04
Motor Maximum RPM
Setting: 3600
Range: P 0.03 to 9999 rpm
Default Setting: P 0.03
This parameter setting is determined by the needs of the application.
WARNING: The Motor Maximum RPM parameter (P 0.04) should never exceed the
maximum rpm rating for the motor you are using. If this information is not readily
available, consult your motor manufacturer.
P 1.00
Stop Methods
Range: 00 Ramp to Stop
01 Coast to stop
Setting: 01
Default Setting: 00
The application requires that this parameter be set to Coast to Stop.
WARNING: If the Stop Method for the GS2 AC drive is set for Coast to Stop, the AC
drive will ignore any setting you have for Deceleration Time (P 1.02).
P 1.01
Acceleration Time
Setting: 20.0
Range: 0.1 to 600 sec
Default Setting: 10 sec
The motor should accelerate from 0 rpm to Base rpm (P 0.03) in 20
seconds.
P 2.00
Volts/Hertz Settings
Range: 00
01
02
03
-
General Purpose
High Starting Torque
Fans and Pumps
Custom
Setting: 02
Default Setting: 0.0
The GS2 Series AC drive has predefined torque settings that meet the
needs of most applications. A custom setting is also available, if
needed. In this example, the motor will be running a centrifugal
pump.
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P 3.00
Source of Operation Command
Setting: 00
Default Setting: 00
Settings
00
Operation Determined by Digital Keypad
01
Operation determined by external control
terminals. Keypad STOP is enabled.
02
Operation determined by external control
terminals. Keypad STOP is disabled.
03
Operation determined by RS-232/RS-485 interface.
Keypad STOP is enabled.
04
Operation determined by RS-232/RS-485 interface.
Keypad STOP is disabled.
The AC drive operation will be determined by the Digital Keypad.
P 4.00
Source of Frequency Command
Setting: 00
Default: 00
Settings:
00
Frequency determined by keypad potentiometer
01
Frequency determined by digital keypad up/down
02
Frequency determined by 0 to +10V input on AI
terminal. Switch, SW1 must be set to AVI.
AVI
ACI
03
Frequency determined by 4 to 20mA input on AI
terminal. Switch SW1 must be set to ACI.
AVI
ACI
04
Switch SW1 must be set to ACI
in order to use a 4 to 20mA input
Frequency determined by 0 to 20mA input on AI
terminal. Switch SW1 must be set to ACI.
AVI
ACI
05
Switch SW1 must be set to AVI
in order to use a 0 to +10V input
Switch SW1 must be set to ACI
in order to use a 0 to 20mA input
Frequency determined by RS-232/RS-485
communication interface (RS-232 or RS-485
communication selected by switches SW2 and SW3.
Refer to CHAPTER 5 for details.)
The frequency of the AC drive will be determined by keypad
potentiometer.
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P 6.00
Electronic Thermal Overload Relay
Setting: 01
Default Setting: 00
Settings: 00 - Constant Torque (inverter/vector duty motor)
01 - Variable Torque (fan-cooled standard motor)
02 - Inactive
This function setting 01 is used to derate the AC drive output current
overload protection to protect a fan-cooled standard motor running at
low speeds.
P 8.00
User Defined Display Function
Setting: 03
Default Setting: 00
Settings:
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
Output Frequency (Hz)
Motor Speed (rpm)
Output Frequency x P 8.01
Output Current (A)
Motor Output Current (%)
Output Voltage(V)
DC Bus Voltage (V)
PID Setpoint
PID Feedback (PV)
Frequency Setpoint
The AC drive display will default to indicate Output Current (A) when
running.
Note: For a complete list and description of the parameters for the GS2 Series AC
drives, refer to CHAPTER 4.
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PARAMETERS
CHAPTER
4
In This Chapter...
GS2 Parameter Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4–2
Detailed Parameter Listings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4–11
Motor Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4–11
Ramp Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4–13
Volts/Hertz Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4–19
Digital Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4–22
Setting Explanations for parameters P3.02 - P3.05 . . . . . . . . . .4–24
Analog Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4–32
Analog Input Examples . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4–34
Preset Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4–41
Protection Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4–43
PID Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4–51
Display Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4–55
Communication Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4–56
Chapter 4: AC Drive Parameters
GS2 Parameter Summary
Motor Parameters
GS2
Parameter
Description
P0.00
Motor Nameplate Voltage
P0.01
Motor Nameplate Amps
Drive Rated Amps X .3 to 1.0
Drive Rated
Amps x 1.0
P0.02
P0.03
P0.04
Motor Base Frequency
50/60/400
60
Motor Base RPM
375 to 9999 RPM
1750
Motor Maximum RPM
P0.03 to 9999 RPM
P0.03
Range
115V/230V: 200/208/220/230/240
460V:
380/400/415/440/460/480
575V:
380 to 637
Default
240
480
575
Ramp Parameters
P1.00
P1.01
P1.02
P1.03
P1.04
P1.05
P1.06
P1.07
P1.08
P1.09
P1.10
P1.11
P1.12
P1.17
P1.18
P1.20
P1.21
P1.22
Stop Methods
00: Ramp to Stop
01: Coast to Stop
00
Acceleration Time 1
0.1 to 600.0 sec
10.0
Deceleration Time 1
0.1 to 600.0 sec
30.0
Accel S-curve
0 to 7
00
Decel S-curve
0 to 7
00
Acceleration Time 2
0.1 to 600.0 sec
10.0
Deceleration Time 2
0.1 to 600.0 sec
30.0
Select method to use
2nd Accel/Decel
00: RMP2 from DI terminal
01: Transition Frequencies
P1.08 & P1.09
00
0.0 to 400.0 Hz
0.0
0.0 to 400.0 Hz
0.0
Skip Frequency 1
0.0 to 400.0 Hz
0.0
Skip Frequency 2
0.0 to 400.0 Hz
0.0
Skip Frequency 3
0.0 to 400.0 Hz
0.0
Skip Frequency Band
0.0 to 20.0 Hz
0.0
DC Injection Current Level
00 to 100 %
00
DC Injection during Start-up
0.0 to 5.0 sec
0.0
DC Injection during Stopping
0.0 to 25.0 sec
0.0
Start-point for DC Injection
0.0 to 60.0 Hz
0.0
Accel 1 to Accel 2
frequency transition
Decel 2 to Decel 1
frequency transition
Parameter can be set during RUN Mode.
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Volts/Hertz Parameters
GS2
Parameter
Description
Range
Default
00: General Purpose
01: High Starting Torque
02: Fans and Pumps
03: Custom
P2.00
Volts/Hertz Settings
P2.01
P2.02
P2.04
Slip Compensation
0.0 to 10.0
0.0
Auto-torque Boost
00 to 10
00
Mid-point Frequency
0.1 to 400 Hz
1.5
115V/230V:
460V:
575V:
P2.05
Mid-point Voltage
P2.06
Min. Output Frequency
P2.07
Min. Output Voltage
P2.08
PWM Carrier Frequency
00
2.0 to 255V
2.0 to 510V
2.0 to 637V
0.1 to 20.0 Hz
10.0
20.0
24.0
1.50
115V/230V:
460V:
575V:
2.0 to 50.0V
2.0 to 100.0V
2.0 to 130.6V
10.0
20.0
24.0
115V/230V/460V
575V
01 to 15 kHz
01 to 10 kHz
12
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Digital Parameters
P3.00
P3.01
00: Operation determined by digital keypad
01: Operation determined by external control
terminals, keypad STOP is enabled
02: Operation determined by external control
Source of Operation Command
terminals, keypad STOP is disabled
03: Operation determined by RS-485 interface,
keypad STOP is enabled
04: Operation determined by RS-485
interface, keypad STOP is disabled
00: DI1 - FWD / STOP, DI2 - REV / STOP
01: DI1 - RUN / STOP, DI2- REV / FWD
Multi-function Input Terminals
02: DI1 - RUN momentary (N.O.)
(DI1 - DI2)
DI2 - REV / FWD
DI3 - STOP momentary (N.C.)
00
00
Parameter can be set during RUN Mode.
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Digital Parameters (cont.)
GS2
Parameter
Description
P3.02
Multi-function Input (DI3)
P3.03
Multi-function Input (DI4)
P3.04
Multi-function Input (DI5)
P3.05
Multi-function Input (DI6)
P3.11
P3.12
P3.16
P3.17
P3.18
P3.19
Range
00: External Fault (N.O.)
01: External Fault (N.C.)
02: External Reset
03: Multi-Speed/PID SP Bit 1
04: Multi-Speed/PID SP Bit 2
05: Multi-Speed/PID SP Bit 3
06: Reserved
07: Reserved
08: Reserved
09: Jog
10: External Base Block (N.O.)
11: External Base Block (N.C.)
12: Second Accel/Decel Time
13: Speed Hold
14: Increase Speed
15: Decrease Speed
16: Reset Speed to Zero
17: PID Disable (N.O.)
18: PID Disable (N.C.)
99: Input Disable
00: AC Drive Running
01: AC Drive Fault
Multi-Function Output Terminal 02: At Speed
1
03: Zero Speed
04: Above Desired Frequency
05: Below Desired Frequency
06: At Maximum Speed
Multi-Function Output Terminal 07: Over torque detected
08: Above Desired Current
2
09: Below Desired Current
10: PID Deviation Alarm
Desired Frequency
00
03
04
05
00
01
0.0 to 400.0 Hz
0.0
0.0 to <Drive Rated Amps>
0.0
PID Deviation Level
1.0 to 50.0 %
10.0
PID Deviation Time
0.1 to 300.0 sec
5.0
Desired Current
Parameter can be set during RUN Mode.
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Analog Parameters
GS2
Parameter
P4.00
P4.01
P4.02
P4.03
P4.04
P4.05
Description
Range
Default
00: Frequency determined by keypad
potentiometer
01: Frequency determined by digital keypad
up/down
02: Frequency determined by 0 to +10V
input on AI terminal with jumpers
Source of Frequency Command
03: Frequency determined by 4 to 20mA
input on AI terminal with jumpers
04: Frequency determined by 0 to 20mA
input on AI terminal with jumpers
05: Frequency determined by RS-232C/
RS-485 communication interface
00: No Offset
Analog Input Offset Polarity
01: Positive Offset
02: Negative Offset
00
00
Analog Input Offset
0.0 to 100.0%
0.0
Analog Input Gain
0.0 to 300.0%
100.0
Analog Input Reverse Motion
Enable
Loss of ACI Signal
(4-20mA)
00: Forward Motion Only
01: Reverse Motion Enable
00
00: Decelerate to 0Hz
01: Stop immediately and display error
code “EF”
02: Continue operation by the last
frequency command
00
P4.11
Analog Output Signal
00: frequency Hz
01: Current A
02: PV
00
P4.12
Analog Output Gain
00 to 200%
100
Presets
P5.00
P5.01
P5.02
P5.03
P5.04
P5.05
P5.06
P5.07
Jog
0.0 to 400.0 Hz
6.0
Multi-Speed 1
0.0 to 400.0 Hz
0.0
Multi-Speed 2
0.0 to 400.0 Hz
0.0
Multi-Speed 3
0.0 to 400.0 Hz
0.0
Multi-Speed 4
0.0 to 400.0 Hz
0.0
Multi-Speed 5
0.0 to 400.0 Hz
0.0
Multi-Speed 6
0.0 to 400.0 Hz
0.0
Multi-Speed 7
0.0 to 400.0 Hz
0.0
Parameter can be set during RUN Mode.
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Protection Parameters
GS2
Parameter
Description
P6.00
Electronic Thermal
Overload Relay
P6.01
Auto Restart after Fault
P6.02
Momentary Power Loss
P6.03
Reverse Operation Inhibit
Range
00: Constant Torque
01: Variable Torque
02: Inactive
00
00 to 10
00
00: Stop operation after momentary power
loss
01: Continue operation after momentary
power loss, speed search from Speed
Reference
02: Continue operation after momentary
power loss, speed search from
Minimum Speed
00: Enable Reverse Operation
01: Disable Reverse Operation
00
00
00: AVR enabled
01: AVR disabled
02: AVR disabled during decel
03: AVR disabled during stop
00
P6.04
Auto Voltage Regulation
P6.05
Over-Voltage Stall Prevention
00: Enable Over-voltage Stall Prevention
01: Disable Over-voltage Stall Prevention
00
Auto Adjustable Accel/Decel
00: Linear Accel/Decel
01: Auto Accel, Linear Decel
02: Linear Accel, Auto Decel
03: Auto Accel/Decel
04: Auto Accel/Decel Stall Prevention
(limited by P1.01, P1.02, P1.05, P1.06)
00
P6.07
Over-Torque Detection Mode
00: Disabled
01: Enabled during constant speed
operation
02: Enabled during acceleration
00
P6.08
P6.09
Over-Torque Detection Level
30 to 200%
150
Over-Torque Detection Time
0.1 to 10.0
0.1
20 to 200%
150
20 to 200%
150
Maximum Allowable Power Loss Time
0.3 to 5.0 sec
2.0
P6.06
P6.10
P6.11
Over-Current Stall Prevention during
Acceleration
Over-Current Stall Prevention
during Operation
P6.12
P6.13
P6.14
P6.15
P6.16
Base-Block Time for Speed Search
0.3 to 5.0 sec
0.5
Maximum Speed Search Current Level
30 to 200%
150
Upper Bound of Output Frequency
0.1 to 400Hz
400
Lower Bound of Output Frequency
0.0 to 400Hz
0.0
P6.30
Line Start Lockout
00: Enable Line Start Lockout
01: Disable Line Start Lockout
Parameter can be set during RUN Mode.
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GS2
Parameter
P6.31
P6.32
P6.33
P6.34
P6.35
P6.36
Description
Range
Default
00: No Fault occurred
01: Over-current (oc)
Present Fault Record
02: Over-voltage (ov)
03: Overheat (oH)
04: Overload (oL)
Second Most Recent Fault Record 05: Overload 1 (oL1)
06: Overload 2 (oL2)
07: External Fault (EF)
Third Most Recent Fault Record 08: CPU failure 1 (CF1)
09: CPU failure 2 (CF2)
10: CPU failure 3 (CF3)
11: Hardware Protection Failure (HPF)
Fourth Most Recent Fault Record 12: Over-current during accel (OCA)
13: Over-current during decel (OCd)
14: Over-current during steady state (OCn)
15:Ground fault or fuse failure (GFF)
Fifth Most Recent Fault Record
16: Reserved
17: Input power 3-phase loss
18: External Base-Block (bb)
Sixth Most Recent Fault Record
19: Auto Adjust accel/decel failure (cFA)
20: Software protection code (codE)
00
00
00
00
00
00
Parameter can be set during RUN Mode.
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PID Parameters
GS2
Parameter
P7.00
Description
Range
00: Inhibit PID operation
01: Forward-acting (heating loop) PID
feedback, PV from AVI (0 to + 10V
02: Forward-acting (heating loop) PID
Input Terminal for PID Feedback
feedback, PV from ACI (4 to 20mA)
03: Reverse-acting (cooling loop) PID
feedback, PV from AVI (0 to +10V).
04: Reverse-acting (cooling loop) PID
feedback, PV from ACI (4 to 20mA).
P7.01
PV 100% Value
P7.02
PID Setpoint Source
P7.10
P7.11
P7.12
P7.13
P7.14
P7.15
P7.16
P7.17
P7.20
P7.21
P7.22
P7.23
P7.24
P7.25
P7.26
P7.27
Default
00
0.0 to 999
00: Keypad
01: Serial Communications
100.0
Keypad PID Setpoint
0.0 to 999
0.0
PID Multi-setpoint 1
0.0 to 999
0.0
PID Multi-setpoint 2
0.0 to 999
0.0
PID Multi-setpoint 3
0.0 to 999
0.0
PID Multi-setpoint 4
0.0 to 999
0.0
PID Multi-setpoint 5
0.0 to 999
0.0
PID Multi-setpoint 6
0.0 to 999
0.0
PID Multi-setpoint 7
0.0 to 999
0.0
00
Proportional Control
0.0 to 10.0
1.0
Integral Control
0.00 to 100.0 sec
1.00
Derivative Control
0.00 to 1.00 sec
0.00
Upper Bound for Integral Control
00 to 100%
100
Derivative Filter Time Constant
0.0 to 2.5 sec
0.0
PID Output Frequency Limit
00 to 110%
100
Feedback Signal Detection Time
0.0 to 3600 sec.
00: Warn and AC Drive Stop
01: Warn and Continue Operation
60
PID Feedback Loss
00
Display Parameters
P8.00
User Defined Display Function
P8.01
Frequency Scale Factor
00: Output Frequency (Hz)
01: Motor Speed (RPM)
02: Output Freq. X P8.01
03: Output Current (A)
04: Motor Output Current (%)
05: Output Voltage (V)
06: DC Bus Voltage (V)
07: PID Setpoint
08: PID Feedback Signal (PV)
09: Frequency Setpoint
00
0.01 to 160.0
1.0
Parameter can be set during RUN Mode.
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Communications Parameters
GS2
Description
Parameter
Communication Address
P9.00
P9.01
P9.02
01
Transmission Speed
00:
01:
02:
03:
01
Communication Protocol
00: Modbus ASCII mode
7 data bits,no parity,2 stop bits
01: Modbus ASCII mode
7 data bits,even parity,1 stop bit
02: Modbus ASCII mode
7 data bits,odd parity,1 stop bit
03: Modbus RTU mode
8 data bits,no parity,2 stop bits
04: Modbus RTU mode
8 data bits,even parity,1 stop bit
05: Modbus RTU mode
8 data bits,odd parity,1 stop bit
Transmission Fault Treatment
P9.04
Time Out Detection
P9.05
Time Out Duration
P9.08
P9.11
P9.12
P9.13
P9.14
P9.15
P9.16
P9.17
P9.18
P9.19
P9.20
P9.21
P9.22
Default
01 to 254
P9.03
P9.07
Range
Parameter Lock
Restore to Default
4800 baud
9600 baud
19200 baud
38400 baud
00:
01:
02:
03:
Display fault and continue operating
Display fault and RAMP to stop
Display fault and COAST to stop
No fault displayed and continue
operating
00: Disable
01: Enable
0.1 to 60.0 seconds
00: All parameters can be
set and read
01: All parameters are read-only
99: Restores all parameters to factory
defaults
00
00
00
0.5
00
00
Block Transfer Parameter 1
P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P9.99
Block Transfer Parameter 2
P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P9.99
Block Transfer Parameter 3
P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P9.99
Block Transfer Parameter 4
P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P9.99
Block Transfer Parameter 5
P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P9.99
Block Transfer Parameter 6
P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P9.99
Block Transfer Parameter 7
P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P9.99
Block Transfer Parameter 8
P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P9.99
Block Transfer Parameter 9
P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P9.99
Block Transfer Parameter 10
P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P9.99
Block Transfer Parameter 11
P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P9.99
Block Transfer Parameter 12
P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P9.99
Parameter can be set during RUN Mode.
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GS2
Parameter
P9.23
P9.24
P9.25
P9.26
Description
Range
Default
Block Transfer Parameter 13
P0.00 to P8.01
P9.99
Block Transfer Parameter 14
P0.00 to P8.01
P9.99
Block Transfer Parameter 15
P0.00 to P8.01
P9.99
Serial Comm Speed Reference
0.0 to 400.0 Hz
60.0
P9.27
Serial Comm RUN Command
P9.28
Serial Comm Direction Command
P9.29
Serial Comm External Fault
P9.30
Serial Comm Fault Reset
P9.31
Serial Comm JOG Command
00: Stop
01: Run
00: Forward
01: Reverse
00: No fault
01: External fault
00: No action
01: Fault Reset
00: Stop
01: Jog
00
00
00
00
00
P9.39
Firmware Version
#.##
P9.41
GS Series Number
01: GS1
02: GS2
03: GS3
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Manufacturer Model Information
00: GS2-20P5 (230V 1ph/3ph 0.5hp)
01: GS2-21P0 (230V 1ph/3ph 1hp)
02: GS2-22P0 (230V 1ph/3ph 2hp)
03: GS2-23P0 (230V 1ph/3ph 3hp)
04: GS2-25P0 (230V 3ph 5hp)
05: GS2-27P5 (230V 3ph 7.5hp)
06: Reserved
07: GS2-41P0 (460V 3ph 1hp)
08: GS2-42P0 (460V 3ph 2hp)
09: GS2-43P0 (460V 3ph 3hp)
10: GS2-45P0 (460V 3ph 5hp)
11: GS2-47P5 (460V 3ph 7.5hp)
12: GS2-4010 (460V 3ph 10hp)
13: GS2-10P2 (115V 1ph 0.25hp)
14: GS2-10P5 (115V 1ph 0.5hp)
15: GS2-11P0 (115V 1ph 1hp)
16~20: Reserved
21: GS2-51P0 (575V 3ph 1hp)
22: GS2-52P0 (575V 3ph 2hp)
23: GS2-53P0 (575V 3ph 3hp)
24: GS2-55P0 (575V 3ph 5hp)
25: GS2-57P5 (575V 3ph 7.5hp)
26: GS2-5010 (575V 3ph 10hp)
##
P9.42
Parameter can be set during RUN Mode.
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Detailed Parameter Listings
Parameter
Name
Parameter
Number
P0.00
Motor Nameplate Voltage
Range: 115V/230V classes: 200/208/220/230/240
460V class: 380/400/415/440/460/480
575V class: 380 to 637
Default Setting: 240
Default Setting: 480
Default Setting: 575
•This parameter determines the Maximum Output Voltage of the AC drive. The Maximum Output
Voltage setting must be less than or equal to the rated voltage of the motor as indicated on the
motor nameplate. The setting value must be equal to or greater than the Mid-Point Voltage
(P2.05).
Parameter Setting
Range
Parameter
Description
Parameter Default
Setting
Note: If the symbol is found next to the parameter name, the parameter can be
edited when the AC drive is in RUN Mode.
Motor Parameters
P0.00
Motor Nameplate Voltage
Range: 115V/230V classes: 200/208/220/230/240
460V class: 380/400/415/440/460/480
575V class: 380 to 637
Default Setting: 240
480
575
This parameter determines the Maximum Output Voltage of the AC drive. The
Maximum Output Voltage setting must be less than or equal to the rated voltage of
the motor as indicated on the motor nameplate. The setting value must be equal
to or greater than the Mid-Point Voltage (P2.05).
P0.01
Motor Nameplate Amps
Range: Drive Rated Amps x 0.3 to
Drive Rated Amps x 1.0
Default Setting: Drive Rating (A)
This parameter sets the output current to the motor, and is used by the drive to set
the motor overload protection. Set this parameter value to the full load current
listed on the motor nameplate. (Also refer to P6.00 to set overload curve type.)
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P0.02
Motor Base Frequency
Range: 50/60/400
Default Setting 60
•This value should be set according to base frequency of the motor as indicated on
the motor nameplate. Motor Base Frequency determines the volts per hertz ratio.
P0.03
Motor Base RPM
Range: 375 to 9999 RPM
Default Setting: 1750
• This value should be set according to rated Base RPM of the motor as indicated on
the motor nameplate.
P0.04
Motor Maximum RPM
Range: P0.03 to 9999 RPM
Default Setting: P0.03
• This value should be set according to the desired maximum speed of the motor.
This value should not exceed the motor’s maximum rated speed.
WARNING: The Motor Maximum RPM parameter (P0.04) should never exceed the
maximum speed rating for the motor you are using. If this information is not readily
available, consult your motor manufacturer.
• This value cannot be set lower than Motor Base RPM (P0.03).
This parameter, along with P0.02 and P0.03, determines the Maximum Output
Frequency of the AC Drive. The Maximum Output Frequency can be calculated
as follows:
Max. Output Frequency =
Motor Max. RPM (P0-04)
x Base Frequency (P0-02)
( Motor
Base RPM (P0-03) )
• If an output limit based on Maximum Output Frequency is desired, use the following
equation to determine the corresponding value for Motor Maximum RPM:
Motor Maximum RPM =
4–12
Max. Output Frequency
( Motor Base Frequency (P 0.02) ) x Motor Base RPM (P 0.03)
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Ramp Parameters
Stop Methods
P1.00
Range: 00 Ramp to Stop
01 Coast to stop
Default Setting: 00
This parameter determines how the motor is stopped when the AC drive receives a
valid stop command.
• Ramp: The AC drive decelerates the motor to Minimum Output Frequency (P2.06)
and then stops according to the deceleration time set in P1.02 or P1.06.
•Coast:The AC drive stops output instantly upon command, and the motor free runs
until it comes to a complete stop.
Note: The drive application or system requirements will determine which stop method is
needed.
Hz
Hz
Frequency
Frequency
Stops according to
deceleration time
Free running to stop
Motor
Speed
Motor
Speed
time
Operation
Command
?
decel
time
ON
OFF
Ramp
P1.01
time
ON
OFF
Coast
Acceleration Time 1
Range: 0.1 to 600 sec
Default Setting: 10 sec
This parameter is used to determine the time required for the AC drive to ramp
from 0 to its Maximum Motor RPM (P0.04). The rate is linear unless S-Curve is
"Enabled."
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P1.02
Deceleration Time 1
Range: 0.1 to 600 sec
Default Setting: 30 sec
This parameter is used to determine the time required for the AC drive to
decelerate from the Maximum Motor RPM (P0.04) down to 0Hz. The rate is
linear unless S-Curve is “Enabled.”
P1.03
Accel S-Curve
Range: 00 to 07
Default Setting: 00
This parameter is used whenever the motor and load need to be accelerated more
smoothly. The Accel S-Curve may be set from 0 to 7 to select the desired
acceleration S Curve.
Frequency
Time
S-curve
characteristics
Time
S-curve
characteristics
Time
P 1.04 = 00
"Decel S curve Disabled"
P 1.03 = 00
"Accel S curve Disabled"
Time
Accel Time
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P1.04
Decel S-Curve
Range: 00 to 07
Default Setting: 00
This parameter is used whenever the motor and load need to be decelerated more
smoothly. The Decel S-Curve may be set from 00 to 07 to select the desired
deceleration S-Curve.
Note: From the diagram shown below, the original setting accel/decel time will be
for reference when the function of the S-curve is enabled. The actual accel/decel
time will be determined based on the S-curve selected (1 to 7).
Frequency
P 1.04
P 1.03
(1)
(2)
(4)
(3)
Time
(1)
(2)
(4)
(3)
S curve is disabled in (1), (2)
P 1.03 sets S curve for (3)
P 1.04 sets S curve for (4)
P1.05
Acceleration Time 2
Range: 0.1 to 600 sec
Default Setting: 10.0
•The Second Acceleration Time determines the time for the AC drive to accelerate
from 0 RPM to Maximum Motor RPM (P0.04). Acceleration Time 2 (P1.05) can be
selected using a multi-function input terminal or frequency transition (P1.07).
P1.06
Deceleration Time 2
Range: 0.1 to 600 sec
Default Setting: 30 sec
•The Second Deceleration Time determines the time for the AC drive to decelerate
from Maximum Motor RPM (P0.04) to 0 RPM. Deceleration Time 2 (P1.06) can be
selected using a multi-function input terminal or frequency transition (P1.07).
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P1.07
Select method for 2nd Accel/Decel
Range: 00: Second Accel/Decel from DI terminal
01: Frequency Transition
P1.08 & P1.09
Default Setting: 00
• The second set of acceleration and deceleration times P1.05 and P1.06 can be
selected either with a multi-function input terminal programmed to Second
Accel/Decel, or by the values of the transition frequencies P1.08 and P1.09
Second Accel/Decel Times selected with Multi-Function Input Terminal
Frequency
Maximum Output
Frequency P 0.04
Accel 1
P 1.01
Accel 2
P 1.05
Decel 2
P 1.06
Decel 1
P 1.02
Time
Multi-function
Input Terminal
P1.08
On
Off
Accel 1 to Accel 2 Frequency Transition
Range: 0.0 to 400.0 Hz
Default Setting: 0.0
Second Accel/Decel Times selected with Frequency Transition
Frequency
Maximum Output
Frequency P 0.04
Accel 1 to Accel 2
Frequency Transition
P 1.08
Accel 2
P 1.05
Accel 1
P 1.01
P1.09
Decel 1
P 1.02
Decel 2 to Decel 1
Frequency Transition
P 1.09
Time
Decel 1 to Decel 2 Frequency Transition
Range: 0.0 to 400.0 Hz
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P1.10
Skip Frequency 1
Range: 0.0 to 400.0 Hz
P1.11
Skip Frequency 2
Range: 0.0 to 400.0 Hz
P1.12
Default Setting: 0.0
Default Setting: 0.0
Skip Frequency 3
Range: 0.0 to 400.0 Hz
Default Setting: 0.0
• P1.10, P1.11, and P1.12 determine the location of the frequency bands that will
be skipped during AC drive operation.
P1.17
Skip Frequency Band
Range: 0.0 to 20.0 Hz
Default Setting: 0.0
This parameter determines the frequency band for a given Skip Frequency (P1.10,
P1.11, or P1.12). Half of the Skip Frequency Band is above the Skip Frequency
and the other half is below. Programming this parameter to 0.0 disables all skip
frequencies.
Output frequency
Skip Frequency 3
P 1.12
Skip Frequency 2
P 1.11
Skip Frequency 1
P 1.10
Skip Frequency
Set Point
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P1.18
DC Injection Current Level
Range: 00 to 100%
Default Setting: 00
This parameter determines the amount of DC Braking Current applied to the
motor during start-up and stopping. When setting DC Braking Current, please
note that 100% is equal to the rated current of the drive. It is recommended to
start with a low DC Braking Current Level and then increase until proper holding
torque has been attained.
P1.20
DC Injection during Start-up
Range: 0.0 to 5.0 sec
Default Setting: 0.0
This parameter determines the duration of time that the DC Braking Current will
be applied to the motor during the AC drive start-up. DC Braking will be applied
for the time set in this parameter until the Minimum Frequency is reached during
acceleration.
P1.21
DC Injection during Stopping
Range: 0.0 to 25.0 sec
Default Setting: 0.0
This parameter determines the duration of time that the DC braking voltage will
be applied to the motor during stopping. If stopping with DC Braking is desired,
then P1.00 must be set to Ramp to Stop (00).
P1.22
Start-point for DC Injection
Range: 0.0 to 60.0 Hz
Default Setting: 0.0
This parameter determines the frequency when DC Braking will begin during
deceleration.
Master
Frequency
Min. Output
Frequency
Operation
Command
time
P 1.21
P 1.20
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DC Injection Current Level
P 1.18
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Volts/Hertz Parameters
Volts/Hertz Settings
P2.00
Settings: 00
01
02
03
-
General Purpose (constant torque)
High Starting Torque
Fans and Pumps (variable torque)
Custom
Default Setting: 0.0
Note: P2.04 through P2.07 are only used when the Volts/Hertz parameter (P2.00) is set to 03.
00: General Purpose
Volts
03: Custom
Voltage
Volts
P0.00
P0.00
P0.00
P2.05
10/20
P2.07
10/20
60/400 Hz
1.5
1.5
60/400Hz Base Frequency
50.0 Hz
50Hz Base Frequency
Frequency
P2.06 P2.04 P0.02 P0.04
x P0.02
P0.03
01: High Starting Torque
Volts
Volts
P0.00
P0.00
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1.5 3
60/400 Hz
1.3 2.2
60/400Hz Base Frequency
50.0 Hz
50Hz Base Frequency
02: Fans and Pumps
Volts
P0.00
Volts
P0.00
50/100
10/20
1.5 30
50/100
10/20
60/400 Hz
1.3 25
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P2.01
Slip Compensation
Range: 0.0 to 10.0
Default Setting: 0.0
When controlling an asynchronous induction motor, load on the AC drive will
increase causing an increase in slip. This parameter may be used to compensate
the nominal slip within a range of 0 to 10. When the output current of the AC
drive is greater than the Motor Nameplate Amps (P0.01), the AC drive will adjust
its output frequency according to this parameter.
P2.02
Auto-torque Boost
Range: 00 to 10
Default Setting: 00
This parameter functions similarly to the P2.00-01 High Starting Torque V/Hz
setting, except that this parameter uses less current than does P2.00-01. P2.00-01
boosts starting torque by increasing current at every start beyond what is required
to move the load. P2.02 Auto-torque Boost increases the current only as required
to move the load. The proper setting for P2.02 is determined by trial and error.
P2.04 through P2.07 are used only when the Volts/Hertz parameter (P2.00) is set to 03.
P2.04
Mid-point Frequency
Range: 0.1 to 400 Hz
Default Setting: 1.5
This parameter sets the Mid-Point Frequency of V/F curve. With this setting, the
V/F ratio between Minimum Frequency and Mid-Point frequency can be
determined.
This parameter must be greater than or equal to the Minimum Output Frequency
(P2.06) and less than or equal to the Maximum Voltage Frequency (P0.02). This
parameter is used only when the Volts/Hertz parameter (P2.00) is set to 03.
P2.05
Mid-point Voltage
Range: 115V/230V: 2.0 to 255V
460V: 2.0 to 510V
575V: 2.0 to 637V
Default Setting: 10.0
20.0
24.0
This parameter sets the Mid-Point Voltage of any V/F curve. With this setting, the
V/F ratio between Minimum Frequency and Mid-Point Frequency can be
determined.
This parameter must be greater than or equal to the Minimum Output Voltage
(P2.07) and less than or equal to the Maximum Output Voltage (P0.00). This
parameter is used only when the Volts/Hertz parameter (P2.00) is set to 03.
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P2.06
Minimum Output Frequency
Range: 0.1 to 20.0 Hz
Default Setting: 1.5
This parameter sets the Minimum Output Frequency of the AC drive.
This parameter must be less than or equal to the Mid-Point Frequency (P2.04).
This parameter is used only when the Volts/Hertz parameter (P2.00) is set to 03.
P2.07
Minimum Output Voltage
Range: 115V/230V: 2.0 to 50.0V
460V: 2.0 to 100.0V
575V: 2.0 to 130.6V
Default Setting: 10.0
20.0
24.0
This parameter sets the Minimum Output Voltage of the AC drive.
This parameter must be equal to or less than Mid-Point Voltage (P2.05). This
parameter is used only when the Volts/Hertz parameter (P2.00) is set to 03.
P2.08
PWM Carrier Frequency
Range: 115V/230V/460V: 01 to 15 kHz
575V: 01 to 10 kHz
Default Setting: 12
6
This parameter sets the carrier frequency of PWM (Pulse-Width Modulated)
output.
• In the table below, we see that the carrier frequency of PWM output has a
significant influence on the electromagnetic noise, leakage current, heat
dissipation of the AC drive and the acoustic noise to the motor:
Carrier Frequency Acoustic Noise
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Electromagnetic Noise,
Heat Dissipation
Leakage Current
1kHz
significant
minimal
minimal
15 kHz
minimal
moderate
moderate
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Digital Parameters
P3.00
Source of Operation Command
Default Setting: 00
Settings
00
Operation Determined by Digital Keypad
01
Operation determined by external control
terminals. Keypad STOP is enabled.
02
Operation determined by external control
terminals. Keypad STOP is disabled.
03
Operation determined by communication interface.
Keypad STOP is enabled.
04
Operation determined by communication interface.
Keypad STOP is disabled.
• This parameter sets the input source for the AC drive operation commands.
• Refer to P3.01 to P3.05 for more details.
P3.01
Multi-function Input Terminals (DI-DI2)
Default Setting: 00
Settings
00
DI1 - FWD/STOP
DI2 - REV/STOP
01
DI1 - RUN/STOP
DI2 - REV/FWD
02
DI1 - RUN (N.O. latching input)
DI2 - REV/FWD
DI3 - STOP (N.C. latching input)
Note: Multi-function Input Terminals DI1 and DI2 do not have separate parameter
designations. DI1 and DI2 must be used in conjunction with each other to operate
two and three wire control.
P3.01: Setting 00
FWD/STOP
DI1
DI2
Result
OFF
OFF
STOP
ON
OFF
FWD
DI2
OFF
ON
REV
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ON
ON
STOP
REV/STOP
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P3.01: Setting 01
P3.01: Setting 02
STOP
RUN/STOP
DI1
FWD/REV
DI2
DCM
P3.02
DI1- RUN/STOP select
"Open" : Stop
"Close" : Run
DI2- FWD/REV select
"Open" : FWD
"Close" : REV
DI1- RUN command
Latching input (N.O.)
Runs when closed
RUN
DI1
DI3
FWD/REV
DI2
DCM
DI2- FWD/REV select
"Open" : FWD
"Close" : REV
DI3- STOP command
Latching input (N.C.)
Stops when open
Multi-Function Input (DI3)
Default Setting: 00
P3.03
Multi-Function Input (DI4)
Default Setting: 03
P3.04
Multi-function Input (DI5)
Default Setting: 04
P3.05
Multi-function Input (DI6)
Settings for P3.02 to P3.05:
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
99
Default Setting: 05
*External Fault (N.O.)
*External Fault (N.C.)
External Reset
Multi-Speed/PID SP Bit 1
Multi-Speed/PID SP Bit 2
Multi-Speed/PID SP Bit 3
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Jog
External Base Block (N.O.)
External Base Block (N.C.)
Second Accel/Decel Time
Speed Hold
Increase Speed (P4.00 must be set to 01)
Decrease Speed (P4.00 must be set to 01)
Reset Speed to Zero (P4.00 must be set to 01)
PID Disable (N.O.)
PID Disable (N.C.)
Input Disable
* Use either 00 or 01, but not both. Use interposing relays if more contacts are
needed.
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Setting Explanations for parameters P3.02 - P3.05
Setting 00: External Fault (N.O.)
When an External Fault input signal is received, the AC drive output will turn off,
the drive will display “EF” on the LED Display, and the motor will Coast to Stop.
To resume normal operation, the external fault must be cleared, and the drive must
be reset.
External Fault (N.O)
DI3-DI6
DI3-DI6: External Fault (N.O.)
"Close": Drive receives external fault input signal
DCM
Setting 01: External Fault (N.C.)
External Fault (N.C)
DI3-DI6
DI3-DI6: External Fault (N.C.)
"Open": Drive receives external fault input signal
DCM
Setting 02: External Reset
An External Reset has the same function as the Reset key on the digital keypad.
Use an External Reset to reset the drive after a fault.
External Reset
DI3-DI6
DCM
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Settings 03, 04, and 05: Multi-Speed/PID SP Bits 1, 2, and 3
If PID operation is inhibited (P7.00 = 00), the three Multi-Speed/PID SP Bits are
used to select the multi-speed settings defined by P5.01 to P5.07.
If PID operation is enabled (P7.00 ≠ 00), the three Multi-Speed/PID SP Bits are
used to select the PID multi-setpoint settings defined by P7.11 to P7.17.
Multi-Spd/PID SP
Speed
PID SP
Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Selection Selection
03: Mult-Spd/PID SP Bit 1
DI3-DI6
04: Mult-Spd/PID SP Bit 2
DI3-DI6
05: Mult-Spd/PID SP Bit 3
DI3-DI6
DCM
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON P5.01: Spd 1 P7.11: SP 1
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON P5.03: Spd 3 P7.13: SP 3
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON P5.05: Spd 5 P7.15: SP 5
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
P4.00
P7.02
P5.02: Spd 2 P7.12: SP 2
P5.04: Spd 4 P7.14: SP 4
P5.06: Spd 6 P7.16: SP 6
ON P5.07: Spd 7 P7.17: SP 7
Note: In order to use the Multi-Speed settings, parameters 5.01 to 5.07 must be set.
In order to use the Multi-PID SP settings, parameters 7.11 to 7.17 must be set.
Note: When all multi-speed inputs are off, the AC drive reverts back to the Source of
Frequency Command (P4.00), or the PID Setpoint Source (P7.02).
Setting 09: Jog Command
This setting configures a Multi-function Input Terminal to give the Jog Command
when activated. P5.00 sets the Jog Speed.
Jog Command
DI3-DI6
DI3-DI6: Jog Command
"Close": Drive receives Jog Command signal
DCM
Note: The motor must be stopped to initiate this command. The Jog Command cannot
be used simultaneously with an active FWD/STOP, REV/STOP, or RUN/STOP
command. The Jog Command can be used with an active REV/FWD command.
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Settings 10 and 11: External Base Block (N.O.) and External Base Block (N.C.)
Value 10 is for a normally open (N.O) input and value 11 is for a normally closed
(N.C.) input.
DI3-DI6: Base Block Input
Base Block (N.O.)
DI3-DI6
Base Block (N.C)
DCM
DI3-DI6
DCM
When an External Base Block is activated, the LED display shows bb, the AC
drive stops all output, and the motor will free run. When the External Base Block
is deactivated, the AC drive will start the speed search function and synchronize
with the motor speed. The AC drive will then accelerate to the Master Frequency.
P 6.13
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Setting 12: Second Accel/Decel Time
Multi-function Input Terminals DI3-DI6 can be set to select between Accel/Decel
times 1 and 2. Parameters P1.01 and P1.02 set Accel 1 and Decel 1 times.
Parameters P1.05 and P1.06 set Accel 2 and Decel 2 times.
Accel/Decel 2
DI3-DI6
DI3-DI6: Accel/Decel Time 2 Command
"Close": Drive receives Accel/Decel 2 Command signal
DCM
Frequency
Maximum Output
Frequency P 0.04
Accel 1
P 1.01
Accel 2
P 1.05
Decel 2
P 1.06
Decel 1
P 1.02
Time
Multi-function
Input Terminal
On
Off
Setting 13: Speed Hold
When the Speed Hold command is received, the drive acceleration or
deceleration is stopped and the drive maintains a constant speed.
Frequency
Master Frequency
Accel inhibit
Decel inhibit
Actual Operation Freq.
Accel inhibit
Decel inhibit
Actual Operation Frequency
Time
Speed Hold
Run
Command
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ON
ON
ON
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Settings 14 and 15: Increase and Decrease Speed
(Electronic Motor Operated Potentiometer)
Settings 14 and 15 allow the Multi-function terminals to be used to increase or
decrease speed. As long as the DI terminal is activated, the speed reference will
continuously increase or decrease according to the acceleration and deceleration
ramp settings.
Setting 14: Increase
DI3-DI6
DI3-DI6: Increase or Decrease Frequency
"Close": Drive receives Increase or Decrease Frequency Input
Setting 15: Decrease
DI3-DI6
DCM
Note: In order to use these settings, P4.00 must be set to 01.
Setting 16: Reset Speed to Zero
Reset Speed to Zero
DI3-DI6
DI3-DI6: Reset Speed to Zero
"Close": Drive receives Reset Speed to Zero signal
DCM
Settings 17 and 18: PID Disable (N.O) and (N.C.)
Settings 17 and 18 set the Multi-function terminals to disable PID operation.
Setting 17: PID Disable (N.O.)
DI3-DI6
DI3-DI6: PID Disable (N.O.) or (N.C.)
Setting 18: PID Disable (N.C.)
DI3-DI6
DCM
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Setting 99: Multi-Function Input Disable
Setting a Multi-Function Input to 99 will disable that input. The purpose of this
function is to provide isolation for unused Multi-Function Input Terminals. Any
unused terminals should be programmed to 99 to make sure they have no effect
on drive operation.
Note: Any unused terminals should be programmed to 99 to make sure they have no
effect on drive operation.
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P3.11
Multi-function Output Terminal 1
Default Setting: 00
P3.12
Multi-function Output Terminal 2
Default Setting: 01
Settings for P3.11 to P3.12:
Settings:
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
AC Drive Running
AC Drive Fault
At Speed
Zero Speed
Above Desired Frequency (P3.16)
Below Desired Frequency (P3.16)
At Maximum Speed (P0.02)
Over Torque Detected
Above Desired Current (P3.17)
Below Desired Current (P3.17)
PID Deviation Alarm (P3.18 and P3.19)
Setting Function Explanations:
00: AC Drive Running—The terminal will be activated when there is an output
from the drive.
01: AC Drive Fault—The terminal will be activated when one of the faults listed
under parameters P6.31 through P6.36 occurs.
02: At Speed—The terminal will be activated when the AC drive attains the Command
Frequency (P4.00 or P5.01~P5.07).
03: Zero Speed—The output will be activated when Command Frequency (P4.00
or P5.01~P5.07) is lower than the Minimum Output Frequency (P2.06).
04: Above Desired Frequency—The output will be activated when the AC drive is
above the Desired Frequency (P3.16).
05: Below Desired Frequency—The output will be activated when the AC drive is
below the Desired Frequency (P3.16).
06: At Maximum Speed—The output will be activated when the AC drive reaches
Motor Maximum RPM (P0.04).
07: Over Torque Detected—The output will be activated when the AC drive
reaches the Over-torque Detection Level (P6.08), and exceeds this level for a
time greater than the Over-torque Detection Time (P6.09).
08: Above Desired Current—The output will be activated when the AC drive is above
the Desired Current (P3.17).
09: Below Desired Current—The output will be activated when the AC drive is below
the Desired Current (P3.17).
10: PID Deviation Alarm—The output will be activated when the AC drive
exceeds the PID Deviation Level (P3.18) for longer than the PID Deviation
Time (P3.19).
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P3.16
Desired Frequency
Range: 0.0 to 400.0 Hz
Default Setting: 0.0
•If a Multi-function output terminal is set to function as Desired Frequency Attained
(P3.11 or P3.12 = 04 or 05), then the output will be activated when the
programmed frequency is attained.
Frequency
Maximum Output
Frequency
Desired Frequency
P3.16
Time
Desired Frequency
Attained Indication
P3.11 & P3.12
P3.17
ON
Desired Current
Range: 0.0 to <Drive Rated Amps>
P3.18
Default Setting: 10.0
PID Deviation Time
Range: 0.1 to 300.0 sec
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PID Deviation Level
Range: 1.0 to 50.0%
P3.19
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Analog Parameters
P4.00
Source of Frequency Command
Default: 00
Settings:
00
Frequency determined by keypad potentiometer
01
Frequency determined by digital keypad up/down
02
Frequency determined by 0 to +10V input (including
remote potentiometer) on AI terminal. Switch SW1
must be set to AVI.
AVI
Switch SW1 must be set to AVI
in order to use a 0 to +10V input
ACI
03
Frequency determined by 4 to 20mA input on AI
terminal. Switch SW1 must be set to ACI.
AVI
Switch SW1 must be set to ACI
in order to use a 4 to 20mA input
ACI
04
Frequency determined by 0 to 20mA input on AI
terminal. Switch SW1 must be set to ACI.
AVI
Switch SW1 must be set to ACI in
order to use a 0 to 20mA input
ACI
05
Frequency determined by RS-232/RS-485
communication interface. Switches SW2 and SW3
must be set to RS-232 or RS-485.
RS485
SW3
SW2
RS232
P4.01
RS-232 / RS-485 communication
is determined by switches
SW2 & SW3
Analog Input Offset Polarity
Range: 00 Offset disabled
01 Positive Offset
02 Negative Offset
Default Setting: 00
• This parameter sets the potentiometer Bias Frequency to be positive or negative.
• The Analog Input Offset calculation will also define the Offset Polarity. See the
note after P4.02.
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Analog Input Offset
P4.02
Range: 0.0 to 100%
This parameter can be set during the operation
Default Setting: 0.0
• This parameter provides a frequency offset for an analog input.
• Use the equation below to determine the Analog Input Offset. For this equation,
you will need to know the necessary Minimum Frequency References and and
Maximum Output Frequency needed for your application.
Analog Offset % =
Min. Frequency Reference
x 100
( Max.
Frequency Reference )
Note: The result of the Analog Input Offset calculation will also define the Analog
Input Offset Polarity (P4.01). A positive answer means you should have a positive
offset. A negative answer means you should have a negative offset.
Analog Input Gain
P4.03
Range: 0.0 to 300.0%
This parameter can be set during the operation
Default Setting: 100.0
• This parameter sets the ratio of analog input vs frequency output.
• Use the equation below to calculate the Analog Input Gain. For this equation, you
will need to know the minimum and maximum set-point frequencies needed for
your application.
Analog Gain % =
P4.04
Reference – Min. Frequency Reference
( Max. FrequencyMaximum
) x 100
Output Frequency
Analog Input Reverse Motion Enable
Range: 00 Forward Motion Only
01 Reverse Motion Enable
Default Setting: 00
•P4.01 to P4.04 are used when the source of frequency command is the analog
signal (0 to +10 VDC, 0 to 20 mADC, or 4 to 20 mADC). Refer to the following
examples:
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Analog Input Examples
Use the equations below when calculating the values for the Maximum Output
Frequency, Analog Input Offset, Analog Input Gain, and the Mid-point Frequency.
A) Max. Output Frequency =
Motor Max. RPM (P0-04)
x Base Frequency (P0-02)
( Motor
Base RPM (P0-03) )
Note: The Maximum Output Frequency is not a parameter setting, but is needed in
order to calculate the Analog Gain. The default Maximum Output Frequency for the
GS2 drive is 60Hz. If parameters P0.02, P0.03, or P0.04 are changed, then the
Maximum Output Frequency will change.
B) Analog Offset % =
C)
Analog Gain % =
D) Mid-point Freq. =
Min. Frequency Reference
x 100
( Max.
Frequency Reference )
Reference – Min. Frequency Reference
( Max. FrequencyMaximum
) x 100
Output Frequency
( Max. Freq. Reference 2– Min. Freq. Reference ) + Min. Freq. Reference
Note: The Mid-point Frequency calculation shows the frequency reference of the drive
when the potentiometer or other analog device is at its mid-point.
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Example 1: Standard Operation
This example illustrates the default operation of the drive. The example is given to
further illustrate the use of the analog calculations. The full range of the analog
input signal corresponds to the full forward frequency range of the AC drive.
• Minimum Frequency Reference = 0Hz
• Maximum Frequency Reference = 60Hz
Calculations
A) Max. Output Frequency =
B) Analog Offset % =
C) Analog Gain % =
RPM
( 1750
1750 RPM )
x 60Hz = 60Hz
0Hz
( 60Hz
) x 100 = 0%
– 0Hz
) x 100 = 100%
( 60Hz60Hz
D) Mid-point Frequency =
( 60Hz2– 0Hz ) + 0Hz = 30Hz
Parameter Settings
P4.01: 01 – Positive Input Offset Polarity
P4.02: 00 – 0% Analog Input Offset
P4.03: 100 – 100% Analog Input Gain
P4.04: 00 – Forward Motion Only
Results
Maximum
60Hz
Output
Frequency
30
0
0Hz
0V
0mA
4mA
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10mA
12mA
10V
20mA
20mA
Hz
60
10V
0V
20mA
0mA
20mA
4mA
Potentiometer Scale
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Example 2: Positive Offset
In this example, the Analog Input will have a positive offset while still using the
full scale of the potentiometer. When the potentiometer is at its lowest value (0V,
0mA, or 4mA), the set-point frequency will be at 10Hz. When the potentiometer
is at its maximum value (10V or 20mA), the set-point frequency will be at 60Hz.
• Minimum Frequency Reference = 10Hz
• Maximum Frequency Reference = 60Hz
Calculations
A) Max. Output Frequency =
B) Analog Offset % =
C) Analog Gain % =
RPM
( 1750
1750 RPM )
x 60Hz = 60Hz
x 100 = 16.7%
( 10Hz
60Hz )
– 10Hz
( 60Hz60Hz
) x 100 = 83.3%
D) Mid-point Frequency =
( 60Hz 2– 10Hz ) + 10Hz = 35Hz
Parameter Settings
P4.01: 01 – Positive Input Offset Polarity
P4.02: 16.7 – 16.7% Analog Input Offset
P4.03: 83.3 – 83.3% Analog Input Gain
P4.04: 00 – Forward Motion Only
Results
Maximum Output
Frequency
60Hz
35
10Hz
10
Positive Offset
0Hz
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0V
0mA
4mA
5V
10mA
12mA
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20mA
Hz
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10V
0V
20mA
0mA
4mA
20mA
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Example 3: Forward and Reverse Operation
In this example, the potentiometer is programmed to run a motor full-speed in
both forward and reverse direction. The frequency reference will be 0Hz when
the potentiometer is positioned at mid-point of its scale. Parameter P4.04 must be
set to enable reverse motion.
Note: When calculating the values for the Analog Input using reverse motion, the
reverse frequency reference should be shown using a negative (-) number. Pay special
attention to signs (+/-) for values representing reverse motion.
• Minimum Frequency Reference = -60Hz (reverse)
• Maximum Frequency Reference = 60Hz
Calculations
A) Max. Output Frequency =
B) Analog Offset % =
RPM
( 1750
1750 RPM )
x 60Hz = 60Hz
x 100 = -100%
( -60Hz
60Hz )
Note: The negative (-) value for the Analog Offset % shows that a negative offset is
needed for P4.01.
C) Analog Gain % =
– (-60Hz)
(60Hz60Hz
) x 100 = 200%
D) Mid-point Frequency =
( 60Hz –2(-60Hz) ) + (-60Hz) = 0Hz
Parameter Settings
P4.01: 02 – Negative Input Offset Polarity
P4.02: 100 – 100% Analog Input Offset
P4.03: 200 – 200% Analog Input Gain
P4.04: 01 – Reverse Motion Enable
Results
Maximum Output
Frequency
60Hz
0
Forward
0Hz
Reverse
-60
-60Hz
0V
0mA
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10mA
12mA
10V
20mA
20mA
Hz
60
10V
0V
20mA
0mA
20mA
4mA
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Example 4: Forward Run/Reverse Jog
This example shows an application in which the drive runs full-speed forward and
jogs in reverse. The full scale of the potentiometer will be used.
Note: When calculating the values for the Analog Input using reverse motion, the
reverse frequency reference should be shown using a negative (-) number. Pay special
attention to signs (+/-) for values representing reverse motion.
• Minimum Frequency Reference = -15Hz (reverse)
• Maximum Frequency Reference = 60Hz
Calculations
A) Max. Output Frequency =
B) Analog Offset % =
RPM
( 1750
1750 RPM )
x 60Hz = 60Hz
x 100 = -25%
(-15Hz
60Hz )
Note: The negative (-) value for the Analog Offset % shows that a negative offset is
needed for P4.01.
C) Analog Gain % =
– (-15Hz)
(60Hz60Hz
) x 100 = 125%
D) Mid-point Frequency =
( 60Hz –2(-15Hz) ) + (-15Hz) = 22.5Hz
Parameter Settings
P4.01: 02 – Negative Input Offset Polarity
P4.02: 25 – 25% Analog Input Offset
P4.03: 125 – 125% Analog Input Gain
P4.04: 01 – Reverse Motion Enable
Results
Maximum Output
Frequency
60Hz
22.5
0
22.5Hz
Forward
-15
0Hz
-15Hz
0V
0mA
4mA
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5V
10mA
12mA
10V
20mA
20mA
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10V
0V
20mA
0mA
20mA
4mA
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Example 5: Reduced Analog Gain and Increased Maximum
Output Frequency
This example illustrates two separate features:
1) limiting the Maximum Frequency Reference by reducing the Analog Input Gain
2) increasing the Maximum Output Frequency to run the motor faster than the Motor
Base RPM
When the Analog Input is at its maximum value (10V or 20mA), the set-point
frequency will be 50Hz. However, the Jog and Multi-speed settings can set the
output as high as 70Hz.
• Minimum Frequency Reference = 0Hz
• Maximum Frequency Reference = 50 Hz
• Motor Maximum RPM = 2042 rpm
WARNING: The Motor Maximum RPM parameter (P0.04) should never exceed the
maximum speed rating for the motor you are using. If this information is not readily
available, consult your motor manufacturer.
Calculations
A) Max. Output Frequency =
B) Analog Offset % =
C) Analog Gain % =
RPM
( 2042
1750 RPM )
x 60Hz = 70Hz
0Hz
( 50Hz
) x 100 = 0%
– (0Hz)
( 50Hz70Hz
) x 100 = 71.4%
D) Mid-point Frequency =
( 50Hz –2 (0Hz) )+ (0Hz) = 25Hz
Parameter Settings
P0.04: 2042 – Motor Maximum RPM
P4.01: 00 – Offset disabled
P4.02: 00 – 0% Analog Input Offset
P4.03: 71.4 – 71.4% Analog Input Gain
P4.04: 00 – Forward Motion Only
Results
Max. Output Frequency
70Hz
Motor Base Frequency
60Hz
25
Max. Frequency Reference 50Hz
25Hz
0
0Hz
0V
0mA
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10mA
12mA
10V
20mA
20mA
Hz
50
10V
0V
20mA
0mA
20mA
4mA
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P4.05
Loss of ACI Signal (4-20mA)
Settings: 00 - Decelerate to 0Hz
Default Setting: 00
01 - Stop immediately and display “EF”.
02 - Continue operation by the last frequency command
This parameter determines the operation of the drive when the ACI frequency
command is lost.
P4.11
Analog Output Signal
Range: 00 - Frequency Hz
01 - Current A
02 - PV
Default Setting: 00
This parameter selects either Output Frequency or current to be displayed using
the 0 to 10V A0 output.
P4.12
Analog Output Gain
Range: 00 to 200%
Default Setting: 100
This parameter sets the voltage range of the analog output signal, on output
terminal A0.
A0
ACM
A0
ACM
Potentiometer
(3-5k⏲)
Potentiometer
(3-5k⏲)
+
–
Analog Frequency Meter
+
–
Analog Current Meter
•The analog output voltage is directly proportional to the output frequency of the AC
drive. With the factory setting of 100%, the Maximum Output Frequency of the AC
drive corresponds to +10VDC analog voltage output. (The actual voltage is about
+10VDC, and can be adjusted by P4.12)
•The analog output voltage is directly proportional to the output current of the AC
drive. With the factory setting of 100%, the 2.5 times rated current of the AC drive
corresponds to +10 VDC analog voltage output. (The actual voltage is about +10
VDC, and can be adjusted by P4.12).
Note: Any type of voltmeter can be used. If the meter reads full scale at a voltage
less than 10 volts, then P4.12 should be set by the following formula:
P4.12 = (meter full scale voltage ÷ 10)×100%
For Example: When using the meter with full scale of 5 Volts, adjust
P4.12 to 50%.
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Preset Parameters
P5.00
Jog
Range: 0.0 to 400.0 Hz
Default Setting: 6.0
The Jog Command is selected by a Multi-Function Input Terminal (P3.02 to P3.05)
set to the Jog Function (09).
Frequency
Jog Frequency
P 5.00
Jog Operation
Command
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Decel
P 1.01/P 1.05
P 1.02/P 1.06
ON
Time
OFF
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P5.01
Multi-Speed 1
P5.02
Multi-Speed 2
P5.03
Multi-Speed 3
P5.04
Multi-Speed 4
P5.05
Multi-Speed 5
P5.06
Multi-Speed 6
P5.07
Multi-Speed 7
Range for P5.01 - P5.07: 0.0 to 400.0 Hz
Default Setting: 0.0
•The Multi-Function Input Terminals (refer to P3.01 to P3.05) are used to select
one of the AC drive Multi-Step speeds. The speeds (frequencies) are determined
by P5.01 to P5.07 shown above.
Multi-Speed Bits
Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1
Speed Selection
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON P5.01: Multi-Speed 1
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON P5.03: Multi-Speed 3
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON P5.05: Multi-Speed 5
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
P4.00: Source of Frequency
P5.02: Multi-Speed 2
P5.04: Multi-Speed 4
P5.06: Multi-Speed 6
ON P5.07: Multi-Speed 7
Note: When all multi-speed inputs are off, the AC drive reverts back to the Command
Frequency (P4.00).
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Protection Parameters
P6.00
Electronic Thermal Overload Relay
Default Setting: 00
Settings:
00
Constant Torque (inverter/vector duty motors)
Use this setting when using
the drives with motors
designed specifically for AC
drive outputs and for running
at low speeds with high
currents. Motor currents will
be 100% throughout the
speed range, and can be up
to 150% for one minute.
01
T
100%
Output (Hz)
Variable Torque (fan cooled standard motors)
Use this setting when using
the drives with motors which
are NOT designed
specifically for AC drive
outputs. Motors with shaft
mounted fans offer poor
cooling at low speeds,
therefore the output can be
derated at lower output
frequencies. This derated
current is for protecting the
motor at lower speeds.
T
100%
40%
50
Output (Hz)
The output current is derated as follows:
• Ioutput (%) = [ ƒoutput (Hz) x 1.2 %/Hz ] + 40%
Example:
If the rated motor current is 10A, and the output frequency is 25Hz,
the derating will be 70%, and the overload will be 10.5A (150%) for
one minute.
• Ioutput (%) = [ (25Hz) (1.2 %/Hz) ] + 40% = 70%
• 10A x 70% = 7A
• 7A x 150% = 10.5A
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P6.01
Auto Restart After Fault
Range: 00 to 10
Default Setting: 00
• After fault occurs (allowable faults: over-current OC, over-voltage OV), the AC
drive can be reset/restarted automatically up to 10 times. Setting this parameter to
0 will disable the reset/restart operation after any fault has occurred. When
enabled, the AC drive will restart with speed search, which starts at the previous
Frequency. To set the fault recovery time after a fault, please see (P6.13) baseblock time for speed search.
P6.02
Momentary Power Loss
Default Setting: 00
Settings:
00
Stop operation after momentary power loss.
01
Continue operation after momentary power
loss, speed search from Speed Reference.
02
Continue operation after momentary power
loss, speed search from Minimum Speed.
Note: Also refer to P6.30, Line Start Lockout.
Note: This parameter (P6.02) will work only if the Source of Operation (P3.00) is set
to something other than 00 (Operation determined by digital keypad).
P6.03
Reverse Operation Inhibit
Default Setting: 00
Settings:
00
Enable Reverse Operation
01
Disable Reverse Operation
This parameter determines whether the AC Motor Drive can operate in the reverse
direction.
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P6.04
Auto Voltage Regulation
Default Setting: 00
Settings:
00
AVR enabled
01
AVR disabled
02
AVR disabled during decel
03
AVR disabled during Stop
• AVR function automatically regulates the AC drive output voltage to the Maximum
Output Voltage (P0.00). For instance, if P0.00 is set at 200 VAC and the input
voltage is at 200V to 264 VAC, then the Maximum Output Voltage will
automatically be regulated to 200 VAC.
• Without AVR function, the Maximum Output Voltage may vary between 180V to
264 VAC, due to the input voltage varying between 180V to 264 VAC.
• Selecting program value 2 enables the AVR function and also disables the AVR
function during deceleration. This offers a quicker deceleration.
P6.05
Over-Voltage Stall Prevention
Range: 00 Enable Over-voltage Stall Prevention
01 Disable Over-voltage Stall Prevention
Default Setting: 00
• During deceleration, the AC drive DC bus voltage may exceed its Maximum
Allowable Value due to motor regeneration. When this function is enabled, the AC
drive will stop decelerating, and maintain a constant output frequency. The drive
will resume deceleration when the voltage drops below the factory-preset value.
DC bus voltage
Over-voltage
Detection Level
time
Output Frequency
time
Note: With moderate inertial loads, over-voltage during deceleration will not occur.
For applications with high inertia loads, the AC drive will automatically extend the
deceleration time. If deceleration time is critical for the application, a dynamic braking
resistor should be used. Set this parameter to 01 (disable) when using a dynamic
braking resistor.
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P6.06
Auto Adjustable Accel/Decel
Default Setting: 00
Settings:
00
Linear Accel/Decel
01
Auto Accel, Linear Decel
02
Linear Accel, Auto Decel
03
Auto Accel/Decel
04
Auto Accel/Decel Stall Prevention
If the auto accel/decel is selected, the AC drive will accel/decel in the fastest and
smoothest means possible by automatically adjusting the time of accel/decel.
This parameter provides five modes to choose:
• 00 Linear Acceleration and deceleration (operation by P1.01,
P1.02 or P1.05, P1.06 acceleration/deceleration time).
• 01 Automatic acceleration, linear deceleration (Operation by automatic
acceleration time, P1.02 or P1.06 deceleration time).
• 02 Linear acceleration and automatic deceleration (Operation by automatic
acceleration time, P1.01 or P1.05 acceleration time).
• 03 Automatic acceleration, deceleration (Operation by AC drive auto adjustable
control).
• 04 Auto acceleration, deceleration. The auto accel/decel will not be quicker than
the settings for acceleration (P1.01 or P1.05) or deceleration (P1.02 or P1.06).
The operation is specific to preventing a stall.
P6.07
Over-Torque Detection Mode
Default Setting: 00
Settings:
P6.08
00
Disabled
01
Enabled during constant speed operation
02
Enabled during acceleration
Over-Torque Detection Level
Range: 30 to 200%
Default Setting: 150
• A setting of 100% is proportional to the Rated Output Current of the drive.
• This parameter sets the Over-Torque Detection level in 1% increments. (The AC
drive rated current is equal to 100%.)
P6.09
Over-Torque Detection Time
Range: 0.1 to 10.0
Default Setting: 0.1
This parameter sets the Over-Torque Detection Time in units of 0.1 seconds.
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P6.10
Over-Current Stall Prevention During Acceleration
Range: 20 to 200%
Default Setting: 150
A setting of 100% is equal to the Rated Output Current of the drive.
• Under certain conditions, the AC drive output current may increase abruptly,
and exceed the value specified by P6.10 This is commonly caused by rapid
acceleration or excessive load on the motor. When this function is enabled, the
AC drive will stop accelerating and maintain a constant output frequency. The
AC drive will only resume acceleration when the current drops below the
maximum value.
P6.11
Over-Current Stall Prevention During Operation
Range: 20 to 200%
Default Setting: 150
• During steady-state operation with motor load rapidly increasing, the AC drive
output current may exceed the limit specified in P6.11. When this occurs, the
output frequency will decrease to maintain a constant motor speed. The drive
will accelerate to the steady-state output frequency only when the output
current drops below the level specified by P6.11.
Output current
Output current
Over-current
detection
level
Over-current
detection
level
P 6.11
P 6.10
tim e
Output
frequency
tim e
output
freq
tim e
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during Acceleration
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P6.12
Maximum Allowable Power Loss Time
Range: 0.3 to 5.0 sec
Default Setting: 2.0
• During a power loss, if the power loss time is less than the time defined by this
parameter, the AC drive will resume operation. If the Maximum Allowable
Power Loss Time is exceeded, the AC drive output is turned off.
P6.13
Base-Block Time for Speed Search
Range: 0.3 to 5.0 sec
Default Setting: 0.5
• When a momentary power loss is detected, the AC drive turns off for a specified
time interval determined by P6.13 before resuming operation. This time interval is
called Base-Block. This parameter should be set to a value where the residual
output voltage due to regeneration is nearly zero, before the drive resumes
operation.
• This parameter also determines the searching time when performing external BaseBlock and Fault Reset (P6.01)
P6.14
Maximum Speed Search Current Level
Range: 30 to 200%
Default Setting: 150
• Following a power failure, the AC drive will start its speed search operation only if
the output current is greater than the value determined by P6.14. When the output
current is less than that of P6.14, the AC drive output frequency is at a "speed
synchronization point". The drive will start to accelerate or decelerate back to the
operating frequency at which it was running prior to the power failure.
Max. Allowable Power Loss Time
Input
Power
Output
Frequency
Output
Voltage
P 6.12
P 6.12
speed synchronization
detection
P 6.02 = 01
Speed Search starts with
the previous Frequency
Baseblock
Time
P 6.13
Speed Search
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Speed Search starts w ith
Minimum Output Frequency
Baseblock
Time
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P6.15
Upper Bound of Output Frequency
Range: 0.1 to 400 Hz
Default Setting: 400
• The Upper/Lower Bound of Output Frequency is to prevent operation error and
machine damage.
• This parameter must be equal to or greater than the Lower Bound of Output
Frequency (P6.16).
• If the Upper Bound of Output Frequency is 50 Hz and the Maximum Output
Frequency is 60 Hz, then any Command Frequency above 50 Hz will generate a
50 Hz output from the drive.
• The Output Frequency is also limited by the Motor Maximum RPM (P0.04).
P6.16
Lower Bound of Output Frequency
Range: 0.0 to 400 Hz
Default Setting: 0.0
• The Upper/Lower Bound of Output Frequency is to prevent operation error and
machine damage.
• This parameter must be equal to or less than the Upper Bound of Output
Frequency (P6.15).
• If the Lower Bound of Output Frequency is 10 Hz, and the Minimum Output
Frequency (P2.06) is set at 1.0 Hz, then any Command Frequency between 1-10
Hz will generate a 10 Hz output from the drive.
• The Upper/Lower Bound of Output Frequency is to prevent operation error and
machine damage.
Maximum Output Frequency
P 6.15
P 6.16
Command Frequency
P6.30
Line Start Lockout
Default Setting: 00
Settings:
00
01
Enable Line Start Lockout
Disable Line Start Lockout
When this parameter is enabled, the AC Motor Drive will not start when powered
up with a RUN command already applied. The drive must see the RUN
command change from STOP to RUN before it will start.
When this parameter is disabled, the AC Motor Drive will start when powered up
with a RUN command already applied.
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P6.31
Present Fault Record
P6.32
Second Most Recent Fault Record
P6.33
Third Most Recent Fault Record
P6.34
Fourth Most Recent Fault Record
P6.35
Fifth Most Recent Fault Record
P6.36
Sixth Most Recent Fault Record
Default Setting: 00
Settings for P6.31 - P6.36:
4–50
00
No Fault occurred
01
Over-current (oc)
02
Over-voltage (ov)
03
Overheat (oH)
04
Overload (oL)
05
Overload 1 (oL1)
06
Overload 2 (oL2)
07
External Fault (EF)
08
CPU failure 1 (CF1)
09
CPU failure 2 (CF2)
10
CPU failure 3 (CF3)
11
Hardware Protection Failure (HPF)
12
Over-current during accel (OCA)
13
Over-current during decel (OCd)
14
Over-current during steady state (OCn)
15
Ground fault or fuse failure (GFF)
16
Reserved
17
Input Power 3 phase loss
18
External Base Block (bb)
19
Auto Adjust Accel/decel failure (cFA)
20
Software protection code (co)
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PID Parameters
Input Terminal for PID Feedback
P7.00
Default Setting: 00
Settings:
00
01
Inhibit PID operation.
Forward-acting (heating loop) PID feedback,
PV from AVI (0 to +10V)
02
Forward-acting (heating loop) PID feedback,
PV from ACI (4 to 20mA)
03
Reverse-acting (cooling loop) PID feedback,
PV from AVI (0 to +10V)
04
Reverse-acting (cooling loop) PID feedback,
PV from ACI (4 to 20mA)
Forward-acting Loop
Setpoint
P
+
–
P 7.10-P7.17
P7.20
I
P 7.21
Integral
gain
limit
+
P 7.23
+
+
Output
Freq.
Limit
P 7.25
Digital
filter
P 7.24
Freq.
Command
D
P 7.22
PID Feedback
Signal
Reverse-acting Loop
Setpoint
P
–
P 7.10-P7.17
+
P7.20
I
P 7.21
Integral
gain
limit
P 7.23
+
+
+
Output
Freq.
Limit
P 7.25
Digital
filter
P 7.24
Freq.
Command
D
P 7.22
PID Feedback
Signal
Note: Reverse-acting PID loops are available only for GS2 AC drives with firmware
version 1.04 or higher.
Note: When using PID operation, the Source of Frequency parameter (P4.00) must be
set to 00 or 01. If PID operation is disabled, the AC drive will operate using the Source
of Frequency specified by P4.00.
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P7.01
PV 100% Value
Range: 0.0 to 999
Default Setting: 100.0
This parameter should be set to the value corresponding to the 100% value of the process
variable (PV). The setting for P7.01 cannot be less than any setting for P7.10 to P7.17.
Note: The setting for PV 100% value (P7.01) cannot be set less than any value set for
P7.10 to P7.17. If you are unable to reduce P7.01 to the desired value, check
parameters P7.10 to P7.17 and reduce these values accordingly.
P7.02
PID Setpoint Source
Settings: 00 - Keypad
01 - Serial Communications
P7.10
Default Setting: 00
Keypad PID Setpoint
Range: 0.0 to 999
Default Setting: 0.0
Note: The settings for P7.10 to P7.17 cannot exceed the setting for P7.01.
P7.11
PID Multi-setpoint 1
Range: 0.0 to 999
Default Setting: 0.0
•The Multi-Function Input Terminals DI3 to DI6 are used to select one of the PID
Multi-Setpoints. (For further explanation, refer to settings 03, 04, and 05 for
P3.02 to P3.05.) The setpoints are determined by P7.11 to P7.17.
P7.12
PID Multi-setpoint 2
Range: 0.0 to 999
Default Setting: 0.0
•Refer to P7.11 for explanation.
P7.13
PID Multi-setpoint 3
Range: 0.0 to 999
Default Setting: 0.0
•Refer to P7.11 for explanation.
P7.14
PID Multi-setpoint 4
Range: 0.0 to 999
Default Setting: 0.0
•Refer to P7.11 for explanation.
P7.15
PID Multi-setpoint 5
Range: 0.0 to 999
•Refer to P7.11 for explanation.
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P7.16
PID Multi-setpoint 6
Range: 0.0 to 999
Default Setting: 0.0
•Refer to P7.11 for explanation.
P7.17
PID Multi-setpoint 7
Range: 0.0 to 999
Default Setting: 0.0
•Refer to P7.11 for explanation.
P7.20
Proportional Control (P)
Range: 0.0 to 10.0
Default Setting: 1.0
The first parameter of PID control is Proportional Control (P). For a given process,
if the Proportional Value is set too low, the control action will be too sluggish. If
the Proportional value is set too high, the control action will be unstable (erratic).
Set the Integral Control (I) and Derivative Control (D) to zero (0). Begin tuning the
process with a low Proportional Value, and increase the Proportional value until the
system goes unstable (erratic). When instability is reached, reduce the Proportional
Value slightly until the system becomes stable (smaller values reduce system Gain).
Stability can be tested by moving between two wide-spread setpoint values.
With 10% deviation and P=1, then P X 10% = Control Output. For example, if the
speed of a motor is dragged down 10% due to a load increase, a corrective speed
signal increase of 10% is generated. In a perfect world, this increase in speed
command should bring the motor speed back to normal.
P7.21
Integral Control (I)
Range: 0.00 to 100.0 sec (0.00 disable)
Default Setting: 1.00
Using only the Proportional Control, the corrective action may not increase fast
enough or the setpoint may never be reached because of system losses. The
Integral Control is used to generate additional corrective action.
When tuning, begin with a large Integral value and reduce the value until the system
goes unstable (erratic). When instability is reached, increase the Integral value slightly
until the system becomes stable and the desired setpoint value is reached.
P7.22
Derivative Control (D)
Range: 0.00 to 1.00 sec
Default Setting: 0.00
If the control output is too sluggish after the Proportional Control (P) and Integral
Control (I) values are set, Derivative Control (D) may be required. Begin with a
high Derivative value and reduce the value to the point of system instability. Then
increase the Derivative value until the control output regains stability. Stability can
be tested by moving between two wide-spread setpoint values.
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P7.23
Upper Bound for Integral Control
Range: 00 to 100%
Default Setting: 100
• This parameter defines an upper boundary or limit for the integral gain (I) and
therefore limits the Master Frequency. Use the formula below to calculate the
Integral upper limit.
Max. Output Frequency =
Motor Max. RPM (P0-04)
x Base Frequency (P0-02)
( Motor
Base RPM (P0-03) )
• The formula is: Integral upper limit = (Maximum Output Frequency) X P7.23. This
parameter can limit the Maximum Output Frequency
P7.24
Derivative Filter Time Constant
Range: 0.0 to 2.5 sec
Default Setting: 0.0
• To avoid amplification of measured noise in the controller output, a derivative
digital filter is inserted. This filter helps smooth oscillations. Larger values for P7.24
provide more smoothing.
P7.25
PID Output Frequency Limit
Range: 00 to 110%
Default Setting: 100
• This parameter defines the percentage of output frequency limit during the PID control.
The formula is Output Frequency Limit = (Maximum Output Frequency) X P7.25. This
parameter will limit the Maximum Output Frequency.
Max. Output Frequency =
P7.26
Motor Max. RPM (P0-04)
x Base Frequency (P0-02)
( Motor
Base RPM (P0-03) )
Feedback Signal Loss Detection Time
Range: 0.0 to 3600 sec
Default Setting: 60
• This parameter defines how long the PID Feedback signal is lost before an error is
generated. Setting this parameter to 0.0 disables the PID Feedback loss timer.
When the feedback signal is lost, PID Feedback loss timer starts timing. When the
timer value is greater than the setting value of P. 7.26, the PID Feedback Loss
parameter (P7.27) is activated. Furthermore, the Keypad will display "FbE" means
the feedback abnormality detected. When the signal is corrected, the warning
message "FbE" will automatically be cleared.
P7.27
PID Feedback Loss Operation
Range: 00 - Warn and AC Drive Stop
01 - Warn and Continue Operation
Default Setting: 00
• This parameter sets the operation of the drive when there is a loss of the PID
feedback signal.
• This parameter only functions with 4-20ma for feedback loss operation.
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Display Parameters
P8.00
User Defined Display Function
Default Setting: 00
Settings:
P8.01
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
Output Frequency (Hz)
Motor Speed (RPM)
Output Frequency x P8.01
Output Current (A)
Motor Output Current (%)
Output Voltage(V)
DC Bus Voltage (V)
PID Setpoint
PID Feedback (PV)
Frequency Setpoint
Frequency Scale Factor
Range: 0.01 to 160.0
Default Setting: 1.0
This parameter can be used to multiply the display unit by a scaling factor so that
the display will represent some other user desired unit. For example, the user may
want to scale the drive display to represent ft/min for a motor that is driving a
conveyor.
The coefficient K determines the multiplying factor for the user-defined unit.
• The display value is calculated as follows:
Display value = output frequency x K
• The display window is only capable of showing four digits, but
P8.01 can be used to create larger numbers. The display window uses decimal
points to signify numbers up to five digits as explained below:
DISPLAY
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NUMBER REPRESENTED
9999
The absence of a decimal point indicates a four digit integer.
999.9
A single decimal point between the middle and the right-most
numbers is a true decimal point; it separates ones and tenths
as in “300.5 (three hundred and one-half).
9999.
A single decimal point after the right-most number is not a
true decimal point; instead it indicates that a zero follows the
right-most numbers. For example, the number 12340 would
be displayed as “1234.”.
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Communication Parameters
P9.00
Communication Address
Range: 01 to 254
Default Setting: 01
• If the AC drive is controlled by serial communication, the communication address
must be set via this parameter.
RS–485
01
02
03
...
Modbus Device
P9.01
Transmission Speed
Range: 00 to 03
Setting
Default Setting: 01
00: 4800 baud data transmission speed
01: 9600 baud data transmission speed
02: 19200 baud data transmission speed
03: 38400 baud data transmission speed
• Users can set parameters and control the operation of the AC drive via the
RS-485 serial interface of a personal computer. This parameter is used to set the
transmission speed between the computer and AC drive.
P9.02
Communication Protocol
Default Setting: 00
Settings:
00
MODBUS ASCII mode.
<7 data bits, no parity, 2 stop bits>
01
MODBUS ASCII mode
<7 data bits, even parity, 1 stop bit>
MODBUS ASCII mode
<7 data bits, odd parity, 1 stop bit>
MODBUS RTU mode
<8 data bits, no parity, 2 stop bits>
MODBUS RTU mode
<8 data bits, even parity, 1 stop bit>
02
03
04
05
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<8 data bits, odd parity, 1 stop bit>
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P9.03
Transmission Fault Treatment
Default Setting: 00
Settings:
00 - Display fault and continue operating
01 - Display fault and RAMP to stop
02 - Display fault and COAST to stop
03 - No fault displayed and continue operating
P9.04
Time Out Detection
Range: 00 - Disable
01 - Enable
Default Setting: 00
•This parameter is used for ASCII mode. When this parameter is set to
01, it indicates that the over-time detection is enabled and the time slot between
each character cannot exceed 500 ms.
P9.05
Time Out Duration
Range: 0.1 to 60.0 seconds
P9.07
Default Setting: 0.5
Parameter Lock
Default Setting: 00
Settings:
P9.08
00
01
All parameters can be set and read
All parameters are read only
Restore to Default
Settings: 0 or 99
•• Setting 99 restores all parameters to factory defaults. ••
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P9.11
Block Transfer Parameter 1
Range: P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
Default Setting: P9.99
The sequential block transfer parameters (P9.11 through P9.25) allow you to
"group" various miscellaneous non-sequential parameters, so that only one PLC
programming write instruction is required to update those parameters, instead of
three separate write instructions.
• Example:
Writing directly to three non-sequential parameters P1.00, P1.02, and P1.04
requires three separate write instructions from the PLC. However, those drive
parameters can be updated with only one PLC write instruction to the sequential
transfer blocks P9.11 through P9.13; if P9.11 is set to P1.00, P9.12 is set to P1.02,
and P9.13 is set to P1.04.
P9.12
Block Transfer Parameter 2
Range: P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P9.13
Block Transfer Parameter 3
Range: P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P9.14
Default Setting: P9.99
Block Transfer Parameter 9
Range: P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
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Default Setting: P9.99
Block Transfer Parameter 8
Range: P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P9.19
Default Setting: P9.99
Block Transfer Parameter 7
Range: P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P9.18
Default Setting: P9.99
Block Transfer Parameter 6
Range: P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P9.17
Default Setting: P9.99
Block Transfer Parameter 5
Range: P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P9.16
Default Setting: P9.99
Block Transfer Parameter 4
Range: P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P9.15
Default Setting: P9.99
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P9.20
Block Transfer Parameter 10
Range: P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P9.21
Default Setting: P9.99
Block Transfer Parameter 11
Range: P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P9.22
Default Setting: P9.99
Block Transfer Parameter 12
Range: P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P9.23
Default Setting: P9.99
Block Transfer Parameter 13
Range: P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P9.24
Default Setting: P9.99
Block Transfer Parameter 14
Range: P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P9.25
Default Setting: P9.99
Block Transfer Parameter 15
Range: P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P9.26
Default Setting: P9.99
Serial Comm Speed Reference
Range: 0.0 to 400.0 Hz
Default Setting: 60.0
• This parameter is used to set the Frequency Command when the AC drive is
controlled by communication interface.
Note: In order for this parameter to function, the Source of Frequency Command
(P4.00) must be set to 05.
P9.27
Serial Comm RUN Command
Range: 00 - Stop
01 - Run
P9.28
Serial Comm Direction Command
Range: 00 - Forward
01 - Reverse
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Default Setting: 00
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P9.29
Serial Comm External Fault
Range: 00 - No action
01 - External fault
P9.30
Serial Comm Fault Reset
Range: 00 - No action
01 - Fault Reset
P9.31
Default Setting: 00
Serial Comm JOG Command
Range: 00 - Stop
01 - Jog
P9.39
Default Setting: 00
Firmware Version
Range: #.##
P9.41
Default Setting: 00
Default Setting: #.##
GS Series Number
Default Setting: ##
Settings:
4–60
01
02
03
04
GS1
GS2
GS3
GS4
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P9.42
Manufacturer Model Information
Default Setting: ##
Settings:
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00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
GS2-20P5
GS2-21P0
GS2-22P0
GS2-23P0
GS2-25P0
GS2-27P5
Reserved
GS2-41P0
GS2-42P0
GS2-43P0
GS2-45P0
GS2-47P0
GS2-4010
GS2-10P2
GS2-10P5
GS2-11P0
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
GS2-51P0
GS2-52P0
GS2-53P0
GS2-55P0
GS2-57P5
GS2-5010
(230V 1 ph/3ph 0.5hp)
(230V 1 ph/3ph 1hp)
(230V 1ph/3ph 2hp)
(230V 1ph/3ph 3hp)
(230V 3ph 5hp)
(230V 3ph 7.5hp)
(460V 3ph 1hp)
(460V 3ph 2hp)
(460V 3ph 3hp)
(460V 3ph 5hp)
(460V 3ph 7.5 hp)
(460V 3ph 10hp)
(115V 1ph 0.25hp)
(115V 1ph 0.5hp)
(115V 1ph 1hp)
(575V 3ph 1hp)
(575V 3ph 2hp)
(575V 3ph 3hp)
(575V 3ph 5hp)
(575V 3ph 7.5hp)
(575V 3ph 10hp)
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COMMUNICATIONS
CHAPTER
5
4
In This Chapter...
Communication Parameters Summary . . . . . . . . . .5–2
GS2 Parameter Memory Addresses . . . . . . . . . . . .5–4
GS2 Status Addresses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5–9
Communicating with DirectLogic PLCs . . . . . . . .5–12
Step 1: Choose the Appropriate CPU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5–12
Step 2: Make the Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5–12
Step 3: Set AC Drive Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5–14
Step 4: Configure the DirectLOGIC CPUs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5–14
DirectLOGIC Modbus Port Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5–15
DirectLOGIC Modbus Ladder Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5–16
Communicating with Third-party Devices . . . . . .5–30
Data Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5–31
Communication Protocol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5–32
Chapter 5: GS2 Modbus Communications
Communication Parameters Summary
A summary of the GS2 Communications Parameters is listed below. For a
complete listing of the GS2 Parameter, refer to CHAPTER 4.
Communications Parameters
GS2
Description
Parameter
Communication Address
P 9.00
Range
01 to 254
01
Transmission Speed
00: 4800 baud
01: 9600 baud
02: 19200 baud
03: 38400 baud
01
Communication Protocol
00: Modbus ASCII mode
7 data bits,no parity,2 stop bits
01: Modbus ASCII mode
7 data bits,even parity,1 stop bit
02: Modbus ASCII mode
7 data bits,odd parity,1 stop bit
03: Modbus RTU mode
8 data bits,no parity,2 stop bits
04: Modbus RTU mode
8 data bits,even parity,1 stop bit
05: Modbus RTU mode
8 data bits,odd parity,1 stop bit
00
P 9.03
Transmission Fault Treatment
00: Display fault and continue operating
01: Display fault and RAMP to stop
02: Display fault and COAST to stop
03: No fault displayed and continue
operating
00
P 9.04
Time Out Detection
00: Disable
01: Enable
00
P 9.05
Time Out Duration
0.1 to 60.0 seconds
0.5
P 9.01
P 9.02
쏆 P 9.07
P 9.08
쏆 P 9.11
쏆 P 9.12
쏆 P 9.13
쏆 P 9.14
쏆 P 9.15
쏆 P 9.16
쏆 P 9.17
Parameter Lock
Restore to Default
00: All parameters can be
set and read
01: All parameters are read-only
99: Restores all parameters to factory
defaults
00
00
Block Transfer Parameter 1
P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P 9.99
Block Transfer Parameter 2
P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P 9.99
Block Transfer Parameter 3
P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P 9.99
Block Transfer Parameter 4
P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P 9.99
Block Transfer Parameter 5
P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P 9.99
Block Transfer Parameter 6
P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P 9.99
Block Transfer Parameter 7
P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P 9.99
쏆 Parameter can be set during RUN Mode.
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GS2
Parameter
쏆 P 9.18
쏆 P 9.19
쏆 P 9.20
쏆 P 9.21
쏆 P 9.22
쏆 P 9.23
쏆 P 9.24
쏆 P 9.25
쏆 P 9.26
Description
Range
Default
Block Transfer Parameter 8
P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P 9.99
Block Transfer Parameter 9
P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P 9.99
Block Transfer Parameter 10
P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P 9.99
Block Transfer Parameter 11
P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P 9.99
Block Transfer Parameter 12
P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P 9.99
Block Transfer Parameter 13
P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P 9.99
Block Transfer Parameter 14
P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P 9.99
Block Transfer Parameter 15
P0.00 to P8.01, P9.99
P 9.99
Serial Comm Speed Reference
0.0 to 400.0 Hz
00: Stop
01: Run
00: Forward
01: Reverse
00: No fault
01: External fault
00: No action
01: Fault Reset
00: Stop
01: Jog
#.##
01: GS1
02: GS2
03: GS3
00: GS2-20P5 (230V 1ph/3ph 0.5hp)
01: GS2-21P0 (230V 1ph/3ph 1hp)
02: GS2-22P0 (230V 1ph/3ph 2hp)
03: GS2-23P0 (230V 1ph/3ph 3hp)
04: GS2-25P0 (230V 3ph 5hp)
05: GS2-27P5 (230V 3ph 7.5hp)
06: Reserved
07: GS2-41P0 (460V 3ph 1hp)
08: GS2-42P0 (460V 3ph 2hp)
09: GS2-43P0 (460V 3ph 3hp)
10: GS2-45P0 (460V 3ph 5hp)
11: GS2-47P5 (460V 3ph 7.5hp)
12: GS2-4010 (460V 3ph 10hp)
13: GS2-10P2 (115V 1ph 0.25hp)
14: GS2-10P5 (115V 1ph 0.5hp)
15: GS2-11P0 (115V 1ph 1hp)
16~20: Reserved
21: GS2-51P0 (575V 3ph 1hp)
22: GS2-52P0 (575V 3ph 2hp)
23: GS2-53P0 (575V 3ph 3hp)
24: GS2-55P0 (575V 3ph 5hp)
25: GS2-57P5 (575V 3ph 7.5hp)
26: GS2-5010 (575V 3ph 10hp)
쏆 P 9.27
Serial Comm RUN Command
쏆 P 9.28
Serial Comm Direction Command
쏆 P 9.29
Serial Comm External Fault
쏆 P 9.30
Serial Comm Fault Reset
쏆 P 9.31
Serial Comm JOG Command
P 9.39
Firmware Version
P 9.41
GS Series Number
P 9.42
Manufacturer Model Information
60.0
00
00
00
00
00
#.##
##
##
쏆 Parameter can be set during RUN Mode.
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GS2 Parameter Memory Addresses
Parameter Memory Addresses
GS2
Parameter
Description
Hexadecimal
Modbus
Decimal
Octal
Motor Parameter Addresses
P 0.00
P 0.01
P 0.02
P 0.03
P 0.04
Motor Nameplate Voltage
0000
40001
0
Motor Nameplate Amps
0001
40002
1
Motor Base Frequency
0002
40003
2
Motor Base RPM
0003
40004
3
Motor Maximum RPM
0004
40005
4
Ramp Parameter Addresses
쏆
쏆
쏆
쏆
P 1.00
P 1.01
P 1.02
P 1.03
P 1.04
P 1.05
P 1.06
P 1.07
P 1.08
P 1.09
P 1.10
P 1.11
P 1.12
P 1.17
P 1.18
P 1.20
P 1.21
P 1.22
Stop Methods
0100
40257
400
Acceleration Time 1
0101
40258
401
Deceleration Time 1
0102
40259
402
Accel S-curve
0103
40260
403
Decel S-curve
0104
40261
404
Acceleration Time 2
0105
40262
405
Deceleration Time 2
0106
40263
406
Select method to use 2nd Accel/Decel
0107
40264
407
Accel 1 to Accel 2 frequency transition
0108
40265
410
Decel 2 to Decel 1frequency transition
0109
40266
411
Skip Frequency 1
010A
40267
412
Skip Frequency 2
010B
40268
413
Skip Frequency 3
010C
40269
414
Skip Frequency Band
0111
40274
421
DC Injection Current Level
0112
40275
422
DC Injection during Start-up
0114
40277
424
DC Injection during Stopping
0115
40278
425
Start-point for DC Injection
0116
40279
426
40513
1000
40514
1001
40515
1002
40517
1004
40518
1005
40519
1006
40520
1007
40521
1010
Volts/Hertz Parameter Addresses
Volts/Hertz Settings
0200
P 2.00
Slip Compensation
0201
쏆 P 2.01
Auto-torque Boost
0202
쏆 P 2.02
Mid-point Frequency
0204
P 2.04
Mid-point Voltage
0205
P 2.05
Min. Output Frequency
0206
P 2.06
Min. Output Voltage
0207
P 2.07
PWM Carrier Frequency
0208
P 2.08
쏆 Parameter can be set during RUN Mode.
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Parameter Memory Addresses (continued)
GS2
Parameter
Description
Hexadecimal
Modbus
Decimal
Octal
Digital Parameter Addresses
P 3.00
Source of Operation Command
0300
40769
1400
P 3.01
Multi-function Input Terminals
(DI1 - DI2)
0301
40770
1401
Multi-function Input (DI3)
0302
40771
1402
Multi-function Input (DI4)
0303
40772
1403
Multi-function Input (DI5)
0304
40773
1404
Multi-function Input (DI6)
0305
40774
1405
Multi-Function Output Terminal 1
030B
40780
1413
Multi-Function Output Terminal 2
030C
40781
1414
Desired Frequency
0310
40785
1420
Desired Current
0311
40786
1421
PID Deviation Level
0312
40787
1422
PID Deviation Time
0313
40788
1423
P 3.02
P 3.03
P 3.04
P 3.05
P 3.11
P 3.12
쏆 P 3.16
쏆 P 3.17
쏆 P 3.18
쏆 P 3.19
Analog Parameter Addresses
P 4.00
P 4.01
쏆 P 4.02
쏆 P 4.03
P 4.04
P 4.05
쏆 P 4.11
쏆 P 4.12
Source of Frequency Command
0400
41025
2000
Analog Input Offset Polarity
0401
41026
2001
Analog Input Offset
0402
41027
2002
Analog Input Gain
0403
41028
2003
Analog Input Reverse Motion Enable
0404
41029
2004
Loss of ACI Signal (4-20mA)
0405
41030
2005
Analog Output Signal
040B
41036
2013
Analog Output Gain
040C
41037
2014
Presets Parameter Addresses
쏆
쏆
쏆
쏆
쏆
쏆
쏆
쏆
P 5.00
P 5.01
P 5.02
P 5.03
P 5.04
P 5.05
P 5.06
P 5.07
Jog
0500
41281
2400
Multi-Speed 1
0501
41282
2401
Multi-Speed 2
0502
41283
2402
Multi-Speed 3
0503
41284
2403
Multi-Speed 4
0504
41285
2404
Multi-Speed 5
0505
41286
2405
Multi-Speed 6
0506
41287
2406
Multi-Speed 7
0507
41288
2407
쏆 Parameter can be set during RUN Mode.
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Parameter Memory Addresses (continued)
GS2
Parameter
Description
Hexadecimal
Modbus
Decimal
Octal
Protection Parameter Addresses
P 6.00
P 6.01
P 6.02
P 6.03
P 6.04
P 6.05
P 6.06
P 6.07
P 6.08
P 6.09
P 6.10
P 6.11
P 6.12
P 6.13
P 6.14
P 6.15
P 6.16
P 6.31
P 6.32
P 6.33
P 6.34
P 6.35
P 6.36
Electronic Thermal Overload Relay
0600
41537
3000
Auto Restart after Fault
0601
41538
3001
Momentary Power Loss
0602
41539
3002
Reverse Operation Inhibit
0603
41540
3003
Auto Voltage Regulation
0604
41541
3004
Over-VoltageTrip Protection
0605
41542
3005
Auto Adjustable Accel/Decel
0606
41543
3006
Over-Torque Detection Mode
0607
41544
3007
Over-Torque Detection Level
0608
41545
3010
Over-Torque Detection Time
0609
41546
3011
060A
41547
3012
060B
41548
3013
Maximum Allowable Power Loss Time
060C
41549
3014
Base-Block Time for Speed Search
060D
41550
3015
Maximum Speed Search Current Level
060E
41551
3016
Upper Bound of Output Frequency
060F
41552
3017
Lower Bound of Output Frequency
0610
41553
3020
Present Fault Record
061F
41568
3037
Second Most Recent Fault Record
0620
41569
3040
Third Most Recent Fault Record
0621
41570
3041
Fourth Most Recent Fault Record
0622
41571
3042
Fifth Most Recent Fault Record
0623
41572
3043
Sixth Most Recent Fault Record
0624
41573
3044
Over-Current Stall Prevention
during Acceleration
Over-Current Stall Prevention
during Operation
쏆 Parameter can be set during RUN Mode.
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Parameter Memory Addresses (continued)
GS2
Parameter
Description
Hexadecimal
Modbus
Decimal
Octal
PID Parameter Addresses
P 7.00
P 7.01
P 7.02
쏆 P 7.10
쏆 P 7.11
쏆 P 7.12
쏆 P 7.13
쏆 P 7.14
쏆 P 7.15
쏆 P 7.16
쏆 P 7.17
쏆 P 7.20
쏆 P 7.21
쏆 P 7.22
P 7.23
P 7.24
P 7.25
P 7.26
P 7.27
Input Terminal for PID Feedback
0700
41793
3400
PV 100% Value
0701
41794
3401
PID Setpoint Source
0702
41795
3402
Keypad PID Setpoint
070A
41803
3412
PID Multi-setpoint 1
070B
41804
3413
PID Multi-setpoint 2
070C
41805
3414
PID Multi-setpoint 3
070D
41806
3415
PID Multi-setpoint 4
070E
41807
3416
PID Multi-setpoint 5
070F
41808
3417
PID Multi-setpoint 6
0710
41809
3420
PID Multi-setpoint 7
0711
41810
3421
Proportional Control
0714
41813
3424
Integral Control
0715
41814
3425
Derivative Control
0716
41815
3426
Upper Bound for Integral Control
0717
41816
3427
Derivative Filter Time Constant
0718
41817
3430
PID Output Frequency Limit
0719
41818
3431
Feedback Signal Detection Time
071A
41819
3432
PID Feedback Loss
071B
41820
3433
Display Parameter Addresses
쏆 P 8.00
쏆 P 8.01
User Defined Display Function
0800
42049
4000
Frequency Scale Factor
0801
42050
4001
쏆 Parameter can be set during RUN Mode.
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Parameter Memory Addresses (continued)
GS2
Parameter
Description
Hexadecimal
Modbus
Decimal
Octal
Communications Parameter Addresses
P 9.00
P 9.01
P 9.02
P 9.03
P 9.04
P 9.05
쏆 P 9.07
P 9.08
쏆 P 9.11
쏆 P 9.12
쏆 P 9.13
쏆 P 9.14
쏆 P 9.15
쏆 P 9.16
쏆 P 9.17
쏆 P 9.18
쏆 P 9.19
쏆 P 9.20
쏆 P 9.21
쏆 P 9.22
쏆 P 9.23
쏆 P 9.24
쏆 P 9.25
쏆 P 9.26
쏆 P 9.27
쏆 P 9.28
쏆 P 9.29
쏆 P 9.30
쏆 P 9.31
P 9.41
P 9.42
Communication Address
0900
42305
4400
Transmission Speed
0901
42306
4401
Communication Protocol
0902
42307
4402
Transmission Fault Treatment
0903
42308
4403
Time Out Detection
0904
42309
4404
Time Out Duration
0905
42310
4405
Parameter Lock
0907
42312
4407
Restore to Default
0908
42313
4410
Block Transfer Parameter 1
090B
42316
4413
Block Transfer Parameter 2
090C
42317
4414
Block Transfer Parameter 3
090D
42318
4415
Block Transfer Parameter 4
090E
42319
4416
Block Transfer Parameter 5
090F
42320
4417
Block Transfer Parameter 6
0910
42321
4420
Block Transfer Parameter 7
0911
42322
4421
Block Transfer Parameter 8
0912
42323
4422
Block Transfer Parameter 9
0913
42324
4423
Block Transfer Parameter 10
0914
42325
4424
Block Transfer Parameter 11
0915
42326
4425
Block Transfer Parameter 12
0916
42327
4426
Block Transfer Parameter 13
0917
42328
4427
Block Transfer Parameter 14
0918
42329
4430
Block Transfer Parameter 15
0919
42330
4431
Serial Comm Speed Reference
091A
42331
4432
Serial Comm RUN Command
091B
42332
4433
Serial Comm Direction Command
091C
42333
4434
Serial Comm External Fault
091D
42334
4435
Serial Comm Fault Reset
091E
42335
4436
Serial Comm JOG Command
091F
42336
4437
GS Series Number
0929
42346
4451
Manufacturer Model Information
092A
42347
4452
쏆 Parameter can be set during RUN Mode.
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GS2 Status Addresses
The GS2 Series AC drive has status memory addresses that are used to monitor the
AC drive. The status addresses and value definitions are listed below.
Status Addresses (Read Only)
GS2 Status Addresses
Description
Status Monitor 1
Status Monitor 2
Frequency Command F
Output Frequency H
Output Current A
DC Bus Voltage d
Output Voltage U
Motor RPM
Scale Frequency (Low Word)
Scale Frequency (High Word)
Power Factor Angle
% Load
Firmware Version
Hexadecimal
Modbus Decimal
Octal
2100
48449
20400
2101
48450
20401
2102
48451
20402
2103
48452
20403
2104
48453
20404
2105
48454
20405
2106
48455
20406
2107
48456
20407
2108
48457
20410
2109
48458
20411
210A
48459
20412
210B
48460
20413
2110
48465
20420
Status Monitor 1
h2100
Error Codes:
00: No fault occurred
01: Over-current(oc)
02: Over-voltage(ov)
03: Overheat (oH)
04: Overload (oL)
05: Overload 1 (oL1)
06: Overload 2 (oL2)
07: External Fault (EF)
08: CPU failure 1 (cF1)
09: CPU failure 2 (cF2)
10: CPU failure 3 (cF3)
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11: Hardware Protection Failure (HPF)
12: Over-current during accel (ocA)
13: Over-current during decel (ocd)
14: Over-current during steady state (ocn)
15: Ground fault or fuse failure (GFF)
16: Low voltage (Lv)
17: Input power 3-phase loss (PHL)
18: External Base-Block (bb)
19: Auto adjust accel/decel failure (cFA)
20: Software protection code (codE)
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Status Monitor 2
h2101
GS2 Memory Data (binary)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
10
20
40
81
38
8
76
16
32
1
0
0
2
2101
4
0
8
1
16
2
32
3
64
4
8
5
6
6
12
7
25
8
2
9
51
10
24
11
48
12
96
13
92
14
4
GS2 Memory Address
(hexadecimal) 15
Bits
Bit Values
(decimal)
Status Monitor 2 - Memory Address h2101
Address
Bit(s) Value
AC Drive Status
Bit(s) Binary (Decimal)
00 (0)
Drive operation stopped (STOP)
01 (1)
Run to Stop transition
10 (2)
Standby
11 (3)
Drive operation running (RUN)
1 (4)
JOG active
00 (0)
Rotational direction forward (FWD)
01 (8)
REV to FWD transition
10 (16)
FWD to REV transition
11 (24)
Rotational direction reverse (REV)
5
1 (32)
Source of frequency determined by serial comm interface (P4.00 = 5)
6
1 (64)
Source of frequency determined by AI terminal (P4.00 = 2, 3, or 4)
7
1 (128)
Source of operation determined by serial comm interface (P3.00 = 3 or 4)
8
1 (256)
Parameters have been locked (9-07 = 1)
9 to 15
N/A
0 and 1
2
3 and 4
Reserved
Frequency Command F (XXX.X)
h2102
Status location for the frequency setting of the AC drive.
Output Frequency H (XXX.X)
h2103
Status location for the actual operating frequency present at the T1, T2, and T3
terminal.
Output Current A
h2104
Status location for the output current present at the T1, T2, and T3 terminals.
DC-BUS Voltage d (XXX.X)
Status location for the DC Bus Voltage.
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Output Voltage U (XXX.X)
h2106
Status location for the output voltage present at the T1, T2, and T3 terminals.
Motor RPM
h2107
Status location for the present estimated speed of the motor.
Scale Frequency (Low word)
h2108
Status location for result of output frequency x P 8.01 (low word).
Scale Frequency (High word)
h2109
Status location for result of output frequency x P 8.01 (high word).
Power Factor Angle
h210A
Status location for the power factor angle.
% Load
h210B
Status location for the amount of load on the AC drive. (Output Current ÷ Drive
Rated Current) x 100.
Firmware Version
h2110
Status location for the firmware version of the AC drive.
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Communicating with DirectLOGIC PLCs
The following steps explain how to connect to and communicate with the GS2
Series AC drives using DirectLOGIC PLCs.
Step 1: Choose the Appropriate CPU.
The GS2 Series AC drives will communicate with the following DirectLOGIC
CPUs using Modbus communications:
• DL05
• DL260
• DL06
• DL350
• DL250(-1)
• DL450
Step 2: Make the Connections
First you must decide what type of interface will work best for your application.
The GS2 Comm Port can accomodate an RS-232C or an RS-485 connection.
RS-232C
An RS-232C connection is somewhat limited. The maximum RS-232C network cable
length is 15 meters (50 feet). In addition, using the RS-232C interface will allow you
to connect an AC drive to only one PLC. For an RS-232C connection, set the GS2 DIP
switches SW2 and SW3 to RS232.
RJ-12 (6P4C) Serial Comm Port
6
1
RS-232C Interface
2: GND
3: RXD
4: TXD
5: +5V
RS485
SW3
Switches SW2 and SW3
must be set to RS232 for
an RS-232C connection.
SW2
RS232
Use the following wiring diagrams to connect your DirectLOGIC PLC to a GS2
Series AC drive with an RS-232C interface:
DL05: RS-232C Connection Wiring
DL05
PORT 2
1 0V
2 GND
3 RXD
4 TXD
4 TXD
3 RXD
GS2
Comm Port
DL350/DL450: RS-232C Connection Wiring
DL350 PORT 2
DL450 PORT 1
GS2
Comm Port
1
DL06/DL250/DL260: RS-232C Connection
Wiring
PORT 2
1
6
2 TXD
3 RXD
3 RXD
4 TXD
5 CTS
2 GND
4 RTS
15
5–12
GS2
Comm Port
7 GND
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3 RXD
3 RXD
4 TXD
5 CTS
2 GND
4 RTS
7 GND
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RS-232C to RS-485 Conversion
An RS-485 network cable can span up to 1000 meters (4000 feet). However, most
DirectLOGIC PLCs require an FA-ISOCON (RS-232C to RS-422/485 network adapter)
in order to make this type of connection. For an RS-485 connection, set the GS2 DIP
switches SW2 and SW3 to RS485.
RJ-12 (6P4C) Serial Comm Port
6
1
RS-485 Interface
2: GND
3: SG4: SG+
5: +5V
RS485
SW3
SW2
Switches SW2 and SW3
must be set to RS485 for
an RS-485 connection.
RS232
Use the following wiring diagrams to connect your DirectLOGIC PLC to a GS2
Series AC drive with an RS-485 interface:
Note: If an FA-ISOCON module is used in your connection, set the module
dipswitches S21 = ON; S22 - S27 = OFF; TERMINATE, BIAS, and DPX = ON. Refer to
FA-ISOCON manual for more detailed information.
DL05: RS-485 Connection Wiring
DL05
PORT 2
1 0V
2 5V
6 COM A
5 +5VDC
3 RXD
4 TXD
4 TXD
3 RXD
5 RTS
2 CTS
6 0V
1 COM A
C
+V
COM A
A
D
No connection
(for DL05)
GS2
Comm Port
TXD+
TXD-
4 SG+
RXD-
3 SG-
RXD+
2 COM
COM B
FA-ISOCON
DL250: RS-485 Connection Wiring
C
DL250
PORT 2
1
6
2 TXD
3 RXD
3 RXD
4 TXD
A
D
24VDC +
24VDC -
GS2
Comm Port
TXD+
TXD-
5 CTS
15
+V
COM A
4 SG+
RXD-
4 RTS
2 CTS
7 GND
6 GND
3 SG-
RXD+
2 COM
COM B
FA-ISOCON
DL350/DL450: RS-485 Connection Wiring
DL350 PORT 2
DL450 PORT 1
C
1
2 TXD
3 RXD
3 RXD
4 TXD
5 CTS
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D
+V
24VDC +
COM A
24VDC -
TXDRXD-
4 RTS
2 CTS
7 GND
6 GND
GS2
Comm Port
TXD+
RXD+
COM B
4 SG+
3 SG2 COM
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RS-485
DL06/DL260: RS-485 Connection Wiring
120⏲ Termination Resistor
at both ends of network
TXD+ / RXD+
4 SG +
TXD– / RXD–
3 SG 2 GND
Connect shield
to signal ground
Signal GND
RXD–
1
6
GS2
Comm Port
11
RTS+
0V
TXD+ RXD+
RTS–
CTS+
10
5
15
DL06/DL260
CPU Port 2
CTS–
TXD–
Note: The Termination Resistor
is necessary only on large runs.
Step 3: Set AC Drive Parameters
The following parameters need to be set as shown in order to communicate
properly.
P 3.00: 03 or 04 – Operation Determined by RS-232C/RS-485 interface. Keypad
STOP is enabled (03) or disabled (04).
P 4.00: 05 – Frequency determined by RS-232/RS-485 communication interface
P 9.00: xx – Communication address 1-254 (unique for each device, see P 9.00)
P 9.01: 01 – 9600 baud data transmission speed
P 9.02: 05 – Modbus RTU mode <8 data bits, odd parity, 1 stop bit>
Note: The previous list of parameter settings is the minimum required to communicate
with a DirectLOGIC PLC. There may be other parameters that need to be set to meet
the needs of your application.
Step 4: Configure the DirectLOGIC CPUs
The DirectLOGIC CPUs must be configured to communicate with the GS2 Series
AC drives. This set up includes setting up the communication port and adding
instructions to your logic program.
The set up for all of the DirectLOGIC CPUs is very similar. However, there may
be some subtle differences between CPUs. Refer to the appropriate CPU User
Manual for the specifics on your DirectLOGIC CPU.
Note: For instructions on Modbus Configuration for your specific CPU, refer to the
appropriate CPU User Manual.
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DirectLOGIC Modbus Port Configuration
The following configuration example is specific to the DL250(-1) CPU. Refer to
the appropriate CPU User Manual for the specifics on your DirectLOGIC CPU.
• In DirectSOFT, choose the PLC menu, then Setup, then “Secondary Comm Port”.
• From the Port list box, choose “Port 2”.
• For the protocol, select “Modbus”.
• In the Timeout list box, select “800 ms”.
• Response Delay Time should be “0 ms”.
• The Station Number should be set to “1” to make the DL250(-1) CPU a Modbus
master.
Note: The DL250(-1) network instructions used in Master mode will access only slaves
1 to 90. Each slave must have a unique number.
• The Baud Rate should be set at “9600”.
• In the Stop Bits list box, choose “1”.
• In the Parity list box, choose “Odd”.
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DirectLOGIC Modbus Ladder Programming
The set up for all of the DirectLOGIC CPUs is very similar. However, there may
be some subtle differences between CPUs. Refer to the appropriate CPU User
Manual for the specifics on your DirectLOGIC CPU.
The following ladder program shows some examples of how to control the GS2
AC drive through Modbus RTU. The drive should be setup and tested for
communications before it is connected to a load.
WARNING: A drive should never be connected to a load until any applicable
communication programs have been proven.
Note: This program is for illustration purposes only, and is not intended for a true
application.
In many drive applications, electromagnetic interference can sometimes cause
frequent, short duration communication errors. Unless the application
environment is perfect, an occasional communication error will occur. In order to
distinguish between these non-fatal transients and a genuine communication
failure, you may want to use the instructions as shown in Rungs 1 through 4.
Rung 1 monitors the number of times that the PLC attempts to communicate with the
AC drive. When the PLC’s communication attempts are successful, SP116 will count
up, and SP117 will not count. Once the count reaches 9999, the counter will reset
and resume counting.
Note: SP116 and SP117 are special relays in the DirectLOGIC CPUs that monitor the
PLC’s communications. SP116 is on when Port 2 is communicating with another
device. SP117 is on when Port 2 has encountered a communication error.
This rung counts every time Port 2 is busy communicating.
DL250-1/260 Comm
SP116
1
Comm Transaction Count
CT0
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Comm Transaction Count
CT0
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DirectLOGIC Modbus Ladder Programming (cont.)
Rungs 2 through 4 monitor the number of times the PLC fails in communicating with
the AC drive. These instructions set the C0 control relay bit (to be used for alarm or
shut-down) based on the number of times the SP117 bit is active in one minute. In
this example, C0 will be set if the number of errors exceed 20 in one minute.
This rung counts every time Port 2 has an error communicating with the slave.
Comm Error Port 2
SP117
2
Comm Transaction Count
CT0
CNT
Comm Error Count
CT1
K20
_1Minute
SP3
This rung sets a control relay to indicate a communication error.
Comm Error Count
CT1
Comm Error Occurred
C0
( SET )
3
External Comm Reset
X0
4
Comm Error Occurred
C0
( RST )
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DirectLOGIC Modbus Ladder Programming (cont.)
Rung 5 reads 12 of the status addresses of the GS2 AC drive. These instructions
read the values from the GS2 status addresses, 2100 to 210B, and places the
values into the PLC memory addresses, V2000 to V2013.
Notice the number in the RX box; V20400. 20400 is an octal number, as are all
address references in the DirectLOGIC PLCs. 20400 octal converted to hex is
2100, which is the first status address for the GS2 AC drive.
Note: Refer to your PLC User Manual for more specifics on Modbus addressing and
address conversions.
If not writing to the drive, this rung reads the first 12 status addresses of the drive.
DL250-1/260
Comm
SP116
Speed Reference
Write Enable
C10
Direction, Fault, Reset
Write Enable
C11
5
Run CMD
Write Enable
C12
LD
Kf201
LD
K24
LDA
O2000
RX
V20400
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Alternate Modbus Read Instruction for DL06 and DL260 CPUs
The DL06 and DL260 CPUs offer “Modbus Read from Network” and “Modbus
Write to Network” instructions that are easier to use than are the “Read from
Network” and “Write to Network” instructions of the other DirectLOGIC CPUs.
Rung 5, as shown below, reads the first 12 of the status addresses of the GS2 AC
drive. This instruction reads the values from the GS2 status addresses, 2100 to
210B, and place the values into the PLC memory addresses V2000 to V2013.
The Start Slave Memory Address in the MRX box is 48449, which is a Modbus decimal
number (584/984 type). To convert 48449 decimal to hex, you first subtract 40001,
and then convert the remainder to (hex) 2100. H2100 is the address for the GS2 Status
Monitor.
Note: Refer to your PLC User Manual for more specifics on Modbus addressing and
address conversions.
If not writing to the drive, this rung reads the first 12 status addresses of the drive.
DL250-1/260
Comm
SP116
Speed Reference
Write Enable
C10
Direction, Fault, Reset
Write Enable
C11
5
Run CMD
Write Enable
C12
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MRX
Port Number:
K2
Slave Address:
K1
Function Code:
03 - Read Holding Register
Start Slave Memory Address:
48449
Start Master Memory Address:
V2000
Number of Elements:
K12
Modbus Data type:
584/984 Mode
Exception Response Buffer:
V5000
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DirectLOGIC Modbus Ladder Programming (cont.)
Rungs 6 through 9 show examples of how data read from the drive Status
Addresses to set Control Relay bits that can be used for alarm or shut-down.
This rung monitors the drive Status Monitor 1 for any drive fault,
and sets a control relay if a fault occurs.
Drive Fault Occurred
Drive Status Monitor 1
C1
V2000
K1
욷
6
Drive Fault Indication Reset
X1
7
( SET )
Drive Fault Occurred
C1
( RST )
This rung monitors the drive Status Monitor 1 for an overload fault,
and sets a control relay if an overload fault occurs.
Overload Occurred
Drive Status Monitor 1
Overload
C2
V2000
K4
=
8
Overload Indication Reset
X2
9
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Overload Occurred
C2
( RST )
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DirectLOGIC Modbus Ladder Programming (cont.)
Rung 10 monitors the Speed Reference, Direction, External Fault, and Fault Reset
Commands for changes. If there are any changes, then a control relay is set to
allow the Speed Reference to be written to the drive in the next rung. (This
control relay is also used in later rungs to enable writes for the other three listed
commands.)
The program monitors the commands for changes, and then writes to the drive
only when there is a change. This procedure promotes safe machine operation by
isolating the Run Command from the write block.
This rung monitors Speed Ref, Direction, External Fault, and Fault Reset for changes.
If any of them has changed, a write sequence is enabled to write the new values to the drive.
Speed Ref New
V3000
10
Direction New
V3002
Ext Fault New
V3003
Fault Reset New
V3004
=
=
=
=
Speed Ref Retain
V3010
Direction Retain
V3012
Ext Fault Retain
V3013
Fault Reset Retain
V3014
Run CMD
Write Enable
C12
Speed Ref
Write Enable
C10
Speed Ref
Write Enable
C10
( SET )
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DirectLOGIC Modbus Ladder Programming (cont.)
Rungs 11 and 12 write the new Speed Reference, Direction, External Fault, and
Fault Reset commands to the drive. We use two separate write commands in two
separate rungs because the drive’s Speed Reference command address (O4432) is
not sequential with the Direction, External Fault, and Fault Reset command
addresses (O4434 ~ O4436).
This rung writes the Speed Reference to the drive when the Enable is on, and the comm port is not
busy. To be able to write all four registers, we have to write them in two write cycles because the Speed
Reference register is not consecutive with the Direction, External Fault, and Fault Reset registers.
Speed Reference
Direction, Fault, Reset
DL250-1/260
Write Enable
Write Enable
Comm
C10
C11
SP116
11
Kf201
LD
K2
LD
O3000
LDA
V4432
WX
Direction, Fault, Reset
Write Enable
C11
( SET )
This rung writes values to the Direction, External Fault, and Fault Reset registers.
This write occurs after rung 5 has completed the first write cycle.
Speed Reference
Direction, Fault, Reset
DL250-1/260
Write Enable
Write Enable
Comm
C10
C11
SP116
12
Kf201
LD
K6
LD
O3002
LDA
V4434
WX
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Writes Finished
C13
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Alternate Modbus Write Instruction for DL06 and DL260 CPUs
The DL06 and DL260 CPUs offer “Modbus Read from Network” and “Modbus
Write to Network” instructions that are easier to use than are the “Read from
Network” and “Write to Network” instructions of the other DirectLOGIC CPUs.
Rungs 11, 12, and 15 write the V3000 Speed Reference, V3002 Direction, V3003
External Fault, V3004 Fault Reset, and V3001 Run values to the corresponding drive
Modbus decimal addresses 42331, 42333, 42334, 42335, and 42332. In the first
MWX box, the slave start memory address is 42331, which is a Modbus decimal
number (584/984 type). To convert 42311 decimal to hex, you first subtract 40001,
and then convert the remainder to hex (91A). 91A is the address for the Serial Comm
Speed Reference.
Note: Refer to your PLC User Manual for more specifics on Modbus addressing and
address conversions.
This rung writes the Speed Reference to the drive when the Enable is on,
and the comm port is not busy. To be able to write all four registers, we have
to write them in two write cycles because the Speed Reference register is
not consecutive with the Direction, External Fault, and Fault Reset registers.
DL250-1/260
Comm
SP116
Speed Reference
Write Enable
C10
Direction, Fault, Reset
Write Enable
C11
11
MWX
Port Number:
K2
Slave Address:
K1
Function Code:
06 - Preset Single Register
Start Slave Memory Address:
42331
Start Master Memory Address:
V3000
Number of Elements:
n/a
Modbus Data type:
584/984 Mode
Exception Response Buffer:
V5001
Direction, Fault, Reset
Write Enable
C11
( SET )
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Alternate Modbus Write Instruction for DL06 and DL260 CPUs (cont.)
This rung writes values to the Direction, External Fault, and Fault Reset registers.
This write occurs after rung 5 has completed the first write cycle.
DL250-1/260
Comm
SP116
Speed Reference
Write Enable
C10
Direction, Fault, Reset
Write Enable
C11
12
MWX
Port Number:
K2
Slave Address:
K1
Function Code:
16 - Preset Multiple Registers
Start Slave Memory Address:
42333
Start Master Memory Address:
V3002
Number of Elements:
K3
Modbus Data type:
584/984 Mode
Exception Response Buffer:
V5002
Speed, Direction, Fault, Reset
Writes Finished
C13
( SET )
This rung writes the new Run Command to the drive
DL250-1/260
Comm
SP116
Run Command
Write Enable
C12
MWX
15
The Run Command has its own
separate write instruction in order
to prevent a new Speed Reference,
Direction, External Fault, or Fault
Reset Command from causing a
previous Run Command to be
rewritten to the drive and overwritng
a keypad Stop Command.
(For P3.00 = 03; serial comm
with keypad STOP enabled.)
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Port Number:
K2
Slave Address:
K1
Function Code:
06 - Preset Single Register
Start Slave Memory Address:
42332
Start Master Memory Address:
V2000
Number of Elements:
n/a
Modbus Data type:
584/984 Mode
Exception Response Buffer:
V5003
Run Command
Write Finished
C14
( SET )
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DirectLOGIC Modbus Ladder Programming (cont.)
Rung 13 loads the new Speed Reference, Direction, External Fault, and Fault Reset
Command values into the retained value registers, and resets the applicable Write
Enable control relays. Now the program is ready for the next command change
detection and write to the drive.
When both write cycles are completed, the retained values will be updated
with new values, and the write enable is reset.
Speed Reference
Write Enable
C10
Direction, Fault, Reset
Write Enable
C11
Speed, Direction, Fault, Reset
Writes Finished
C13
13
User Data Words:
LD
V3000:
Load P9.26 Speed Ref Command
(with implied decimal place) here
Example: K150 for 15.0Hz
V3002:
Load P9.28 Direction Command here
0 = Forward
1 = Reverse
V3003:
Load P9.29 Ext Fault Command here
0 = No Action
1 = External Fault
V3004:
Load P9.30
Fault Reset Command here
0 = No Action
1 = Fault Reset
Speed Ref New
V3000
Speed Ref Retain
V3010
OUT
LD
OUT
LD
Direction New
V3002
Direction Retain
V3012
Ext Fault New
V3003
OUT
Ext Fault Retain
V3013
LD
Ext Reset New
V3004
OUT
Ext Reset Retain
V3014
Speed Reference
Write Enable
C10
( RST )
Direction, Fault, Reset
Write Enable
C11
( RST )
Speed, Direction, Fault, Reset
Writes Finished
C13
( RST )
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DirectLOGIC Modbus Ladder Programming (cont.)
Rungs 14 through 16 check for a Run Command change, write it to the drive,
store the new value in the program register, and reset the enable control relays.
14
This rung monitors the Run Command for changes. If a change is detected,
a write sequence is enabled to write the new value to the drive.
Speed Ref
Write Enable
Run CMD New
Run CMD Retain
C10
V3001
V3011
=
Run CMD
Write Enable
C12
Run CMD
Write Enable
C12
( SET )
This rung writes the new Run Command to the drive
DL250-1/260
Comm
SP116
15
Run Command
Write Enable
C12
LD
Kf201
LD
K2
The Run Command has its own
separate write instruction in order
to prevent a new Speed Reference,
Direction, External Fault, or Fault
Reset Command from causing a
previous Run Command to be
rewritten to the drive and overwritng
a keypad Stop Command.
(For P3.00 = 03; serial comm
with keypad STOP enabled.)
LDA
O3001
WX
V4433
Run Command
Write Finished
C14
( SET )
When the Run Command write is complete, this rung updates the Run Command
retained value with the new value, and resets the Write Enable.
Run Command
Write Enable
C12
Run Command
Write Finished
C14
16
LD
User Data Words:
V3001:
Load P9.27 Run Command here
0 = Stop
1 = Run
Run Command New
V3001
Run Command Retain
V3011
OUT
Run Command
Write Enable
C12
( RST )
Run Command
Write Finished
C14
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DirectLOGIC Modbus Ladder Programming (cont.)
Rungs 17 through 26 show an example of a method of inputting command values
into the PLC.
This rung loads speed 1 into V3000.
LD: loads the constant value of 300 in BCD format;
BIN: converts from BCD to binary (HEX) format;
OUT: stores value in V3000 to instruct the drive to run at 30.0 Hz.
Speed Bit 1
30.0 Hz
X3
Speed Bit 2
60.0 Hz
X4
17
LD
K300
BIN
OUT
V3000
This rung loads speed 2 into V3000.
LD: loads the constant value of 600 in BCD format;
BIN: converts from BCD to binary (HEX) format;
OUT: stores value in V3000 to instruct the drive to run at 60.0 Hz.
Speed Bit 1
30.0 Hz
X3
18
Speed Bit 2
60.0 Hz
X4
LD
K600
BIN
OUT
V3000
This rung loads a value of 1 into V3001 for the drive Run Command
Run / Stop
X5
19
LD
K1
OUT
V3001
This rung loads a value of 0 into V3001 for the drive Stop Command
Run / Stop
X5
20
LD
K0
OUT
V3001
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DirectLOGIC Modbus Ladder Programming (cont.)
This rung loads a value of 1 into V3002 for the drive Reverse Command
Reverse / Forward
X6
21
LD
K1
OUT
V3002
This rung loads a value of 0 into V3002 for the drive Forward Command
Reverse / Forward
X6
22
LD
K0
OUT
V3002
This rung loads a value of 1 into V3003 for the drive External Fault Command.
External Fault
X7
23
LD
K1
OUT
V3003
This rung loads a value of 0 into V3003 to remove the External Fault Command.
External Fault
X7
24
LD
K0
OUT
V3003
This rung loads a value of 1 into V3004 for the drive External Fault Reset Command
External Fault Reset
X8
25
LD
K1
OUT
V3004
This rung loads a value of 0 into V3004 to remove the External Fault Reset Command
External Fault Reset
X8
26
LD
K0
OUT
V3004
27
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DirectLOGIC Modbus Ladder Programming (cont.)
Separate Run Command Write Instruction
Why do we write the Run Command with a separate write instruction? If we write
the Run Command to the drive along with the Speed Reference, Direction, External
Fault, and Fault Reset Commands, we can keep the parameter addresses in sequence,
and we can update all five of the commands with one write instruction. This method
is valid only if we disable the drive’s keypad STOP button (P3.00 = 04).
Typically, the keypad STOP button will be enabled (P3.00 = 03), and we need to
prevent a change in one of the other commands from overriding a keypad Stop
Command by causing a previous Run Command to be rewritten to the drive. By
using a separate Run Command write instruction, only a deliberate Run Command
change by the program will run the drive again after a stop.
Block Transfer Parameters
For writing to any of the parameters from P0.00 to P8.01, a group of 15 block transfer
parameters (P9.11 to P9.25) is available in the GS2 AC drive. This sequential block of
parameters can be used to "group" various miscellaneous non-sequential parameters,
so that you can update the parameters in one programming write block instead of
having to use multiple WX commands.
For example: If you need to change the PID setpoint (P7.11), accel time (P1.01), and
multi-speed 1 (P5.01), this would typically take three different WX commands
because the parameters are non-sequential. However, by setting P9.11 to P7.11,
P9.12 to P1.01, and P9.13 to P5.01, the parameters become sequential, and can be
controlled using one WX command (LD Kf201, LD K6, LDA Oxxxx, WX V4413).
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Communicating with Third-party Devices
First you must decide what type of interface will work best for your application.
The GS2 RJ-12 Serial Comm Port can accommodate an RS232C or an RS-485
connection.
RS-232C
An RS-232C connection is somewhat limited. The maximum network cable
length for an RS-232C connection is 15 meters (50 feet). In addition, using the
RS-232C interface will allow you to connect only one AC drive to one Modbus
device. For an RS-232C connection, set the GS2 DIP switches SW2 and SW3 to
RS232.
RJ-12 (6P4C) Serial Comm Port
6
1
RS-232C Interface
2: GND
3: RXD
4: TXD
5: +5V
RS485
SW3
SW2
Switches SW2 and SW3
must be set to RS232 for
an RS-232C connection.
RS232
RS-485
An RS-485 network cable can span up to 1000 meters (4000 feet). For an RS-485
connection, set the GS2 DIP switches SW2 and SW3 to RS485.
RJ-12 (6P4C) Serial Comm Port
6
1
RS-485 Interface
2: GND
3: SG4: SG+
5: +5V
RS485
SW3
SW2
Switches SW2 and SW3
must be set to RS485 for
an RS-485 connection.
RS232
The GS2 Series AC drive communication address is specified by P9.00. The third
party device then controls each AC drive according to its communication address.
The GS2 Series AC drive can be setup to communicate on standard Modbus
networks using the following transmission modes: ASCII or RTU. Using the
Communication Protocol parameter (P9.02), you can select the desired mode,
data bits, parity, and stop bits. The mode and serial parameters must be the same
for all devices on a Modbus network.
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Data Format
ASCII Mode: 10-bit character frame (For 7-bit character):
P9.02 = 00 (7 data bits, no parity, 2 stop bits)
Start
bit
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
Stop Stop
bit
bit
7-bit character
10-bit character frame
P9.02 = 01 (7 data bits, even parity, 1 stop bit)
Start
bit
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
Even Stop
parity bit
5
6
Odd Stop
parity bit
7-bit character
10-bit character frame
P9.02 = 02 (7 data bits, odd parity, 1 stop bit)
Start
bit
0
1
2
3
4
7-bit character
10-bit character frame
RTU Mode: 11-bit character frame (For 8-bit character):
P9.02 = 03 (8 data bits, no parity, 2 stop bit)
Start
bit
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Stop Stop
bit
bit
6
7
Even Stop
parity bit
6
7
Odd Stop
parity bit
8-bit character
11-bit character frame
P9.02 = 04 (8 data bits, even parity, 1 stop bit)
Start
bit
0
1
2
3
4
5
8-bit character
11-bit character frame
P9.02 = 05 (8 data bits, odd parity, 1 stop bit)
Start
bit
0
1
2
3
4
5
8-bit character
11-bit character frame
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Communication Protocol
ASCII Mode:
STX
Start Character: (3AH)
ADR 1
ADR 0
CMD 1
Communication Address: 8-bit address consists of 2 ASCII codes
CMD 0
DATA (n-1)
.......
Contents of data: n x 8-bit data consists of 2n ASCII codes. n ≤ 25
maximum of 50 ASCII codes
DATA 0
LRC CHK 1
LRC CHK 0
END 1
END-0
LRC check sum: 8-bit check sum consists of 2 ASCII codes
END characters: END 1 = CR (0DH), END 0 = LF (0AH)
RTU Mode:
START
A silent interval of more than 10 ms
ADR
Communication Address: 8-bit address
CMD
Command Code: 8-bit command
DATA (n-1)
Contents of data: n x 8-bit data, n ≤ 25
.......
DATA 0
CRC CHK Low
CRC CHK High
CRC check sum: 16-bit check sum consists of 2 8-bit characters
END
A silent interval of more than 10 ms
ADR (Communication Address)
Valid communication addresses are in the range of 0 to 254. Communication
address equals to 0 means broadcast to all AC drives, in which case the drives will
not reply any message to the master device.
For example, communication to AC drive with address 16 decimal:
ASCII mode: (ADR 1, ADR 0)='1','0' => '1'=31H, '0'=30H
RTU mode: (ADR)=10H
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CMD (Command code) and DATA (data characters)
The format of data characters depends on the command code. The available
command codes are described as followed: Command code: 03H, read N words.
The maximum value of N is 12. For example, reading continuous 2 words from
starting address 2102H of the AC drive with address 01H.
ASCII mode:
Command Message
Response Message
STX
':'
STX ':'
':'
ADR 1
ADR 0
'0'
ADR 1
ADR 0
'0'
CMD 1
CMD 0
'0'
CMD 1
CMD 0
'0'
Number of data
(Count by byte)
'0'
'1'
'3'
'2'
Starting data
address
'1'
'0'
'3'
'4'
'1'
Content of starting
data address
2102H
'2'
'0'
Number of data
(Count by word)
'1'
'7'
'7'
'0'
'0'
'0'
'0'
'2'
LRC CHK 1
LRC CHK 0
'D'
END 1
END 0
CR
Content data
address 2103H
'7'
'0'
'0'
'0'
LF
LRC CHK 1
LRC CHK 0
'7'
END 1
END 0
CR
'1'
LF
RTU mode:
Command Message
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Response Message
ADR
01H
ADR
01H
CMD
03H
CMD
03H
Starting data
address
21H
Number of data
(Count by byte)
04H
Number of data
(Count by word)
00H
Content of data
address 2102H
17H
CRC CHK Low
CRC CHK High
6FH
Content of data
address 2103H
00H
CRC CHK Low
CRC CHK High
FEH
02H
02H
F7H
'0'
70H
02H
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Command code: 06H, write 1 word
For example, writing 6000(1770H) to address 0100H of the AC drive with address
01H.
ASCII mode:
Command Message
Response Message
STX
':'
STX ':'
':'
ADR 1
ADR 0
'0'
ADR 1
ADR 0
'0'
CMD 1
CMD 0
'0'
CMD 1
CMD 0
'0'
'1'
'6'
'0'
'1'
'0'
Data Address
'1'
'6'
'0'
Data Address
'1'
'0'
'0'
'0'
'1'
'1'
'7'
'7'
Data Content
'0'
LRC CHK 1
LRC CHK 0
'7'
END 1
END 0
CR
'1'
LF
'7'
'7'
'0'
LRC CHK 1
LRC CHK 0
'7'
END 1
END 0
CR
'1'
LF
RTU mode:
This is an example of using function code 16 for writing to multiple registers.
Command Message
ADR
01H
ADR
01H
CMD
10H
CMD
10H
Starting data
address
20H
Starting data
address
20H
Number of data
(Count by word)
00H
CRC CHK Low
CRC CHK High
4AH
Number of registers
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Response Message
00H
00H
02H
Byte count
04H
Content of data
address 2000H
00H
Content of data
address 2001H
02H
CRC CHK Low
CRC CHK High
CBH
02H
58H
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CHK (check sum)
ASCII Mode:
LRC (Longitudinal Redundancy Check) is calculated by summing up module 256,
the values of the bytes from ADR1 to last data character then calculating the
hexadecimal representation of the 2's-complement negation of the sum.
For example, reading 1 word from address 0401H of the AC drive with address 01H.
Command Message
STX
':'
ADR 1
ADR 0
'0'
CMD 1
CMD 0
'0'
'1'
'3'
'0'
Starting data
address
'4'
'0'
'1'
'0'
Number of data
(Count by word)
'0'
01H+03H+04H+01H+00H+01H=0AH;
the 2's complement negation of 0AH is F6H.
'0'
'1'
LRC CHK 1
LRC CHK 0
END 1
END 0
'F'
'6'
CR
LF
RTU Mode:
Response Message
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01H
CMD
03H
Starting data
address
21H
Number of data
(Count by word)
00H
CRC CHK Low
CRC CHK High
6FH
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02H
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CRC (Cyclical Redundancy Check) is calculated by the following steps:
Step 1: Load a 16-bit register (called CRC register) with FFFFH.
Step 2: Exclusive OR the first 8-bit byte of the command message with the low order
byte of the 16-bit CRC register, putting the result in the CRC register.
Step 3: Shift the CRC register one bit to the right with MSB zero filling. Extract and
examine the LSB.
Step 4: If the LSB of CRC register is 0, repeat step 3; else Exclusive OR the CRC
register with the polynomial value A001H.
Step 5: Repeat step 3 and 4 until eight shifts have been performed. When this is
done, a complete 8-bit byte will have been processed.
Step 6: Repeat steps 2 to 5 for the next 8-bit byte of the command message.
Continue doing this until all bytes have been processed. The final contents of the
CRC register are the CRC value.
Note: When transmitting the CRC value in the message, the upper and lower bytes of
the CRC value must be swapped, i.e. the lower order byte will be transmitted first.
The following is an example of CRC generation using C language. The function
takes two arguments:
Unsigned char* data ← a pointer to the message buffer
Unsigned char length ← the quantity of bytes in the message buffer
The function returns the CRC value as a type of unsigned integer.
Unsigned int crc_chk(unsigned char* data, unsigned char length){
int j;
unsigned int reg_crc=0xFFFF;
while(length--){
reg_crc ^= *data++;
for(j=0;j<8;j++){
if(reg_crc & 0x01){ /* LSB(b0)=1 */
reg_crc=(reg_crc>>1) ^ 0xA001;
}else{
reg_crc=reg_crc >>1;
}
}
}
return reg_crc;
}
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MAINTENANCE AND
TROUBLESHOOTING
CHAPTER
6
In This Chapter...
Maintenance and Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6–2
Monthly Inspection: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6–2
Annual Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6–2
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6–3
Fault Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6–3
Warning Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6–6
Chapter 6: Maintenance and Troubleshooting
Maintenance and Inspection
Modern AC drives are based on solid state electronics technology. Preventive
maintenance is required to operate the AC drive in its optimal condition, and to
ensure a long life. It is recommended that a qualified technician perform a regular
inspection of the AC drive. Some items should be checked once a month, and
some items should be checked yearly. Before the inspection, always turn off the
AC Input Power to the unit. Wait at least 2 minutes after all display lamps have
turned off, and then confirm that the capacitors have fully discharged by
measuring the voltage between B1 and Frame Ground using a multimeter set to
measure DC voltage.
WARNING! Disconnect AC power and ensure that the internal capacitors have fully
discharged before inspecting the AC drive!
Monthly Inspection:
Check the following items at least once a month.
1. Make sure the motors are operating as expected.
2. Make sure the installation environment is normal.
3. Make sure the cooling system is operating as expected.
4. Check for irregular vibrations or sounds during operation.
5. Make sure the motors are not overheating during operation.
6. Check the input voltage of the AC drive and make sure the voltage is within the
operating range. Check the voltage with a voltmeter.
Annual Inspection
Check the following items once annually.
1. Tighten and reinforce the screws of the AC drive if necessary. They may loosen
due to vibration or changing temperatures.
2. Make sure the conductors and insulators are not corroded and damaged.
3. Check the resistance of the insulation with mega-ohm meter.
4. Check the capacitors and relays; may require qualified repair shop to replace any
defective components. Drive components are NOT field serviceable or
replaceable.
5. Clean off any dust and dirt with a vacuum cleaner. Pay special attention to
cleaning the ventilation ports, heat sinks, and PCBs. Always keep these areas
clean. Accumulation of dust and dirt in these areas can cause unforeseen failures.
If the AC drive is not used for a long period of time, turn the power on at least
once every two years and confirm that it still functions properly. To confirm
functionality, disconnect the motor and energize the AC drive for 5 hours or more
before attempting to run a motor with it.
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Troubleshooting
Fault Codes
The AC drive has a comprehensive fault diagnostic system that includes several
different alarms and fault messages. Once a fault is detected, the corresponding
protective functions will be activated. The fault codes are then displayed on the
digital keypad display. The six most recent faults can be read on the digital keypad
display by viewing P6.31 to P6.36.
NOTE: Faults can be cleared by a reset from the keypad or input terminal.
Fault Codes
Fault Name Fault Descriptions
oc
The AC drive detects an abnormal
increase in current.
ou
The AC drive detects that the DC
bus voltage has exceeded its
maximum allowable value.
oX
The AC drive temperature sensor
detects excessive heat.
Lu
oL
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The AC drive detects that the DC
bus voltage has fallen below its
minimum value.
The AC drive detects excessive drive
output current.
Note: The AC drive can withstand
up to 150% of the rated current for
a maximum of 60 seconds.
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Corrective Actions
1. Check whether the motor's horsepower corresponds
to the AC drive output power.
2. Check the wiring connections between the AC drive
and motor for possible short circuits.
3. Increase the Acceleration time (1-01 or 1-05).
4. Check for possible excessive loading conditions at the
motor.
5. If there are any abnormal conditions when operating
the AC drive after short-circuit is removed, the AC
drive should be sent back to the manufacturer.
1. Check whether the input voltage falls within the rated
AC drive input voltage.
2. Check for possible voltage transients.
3. Bus over-voltage may also be caused by motor
regeneration. Either increase the decel time or add an
optional braking resistor.
4. Check whether the required braking power is within
the specified limits.
1. Ensure that the ambient temperature falls within the
specified temperature range.
2. Make sure that the ventilation holes are not
obstructed.
3. Remove any foreign objects on the heat sinks and
check for possible dirty heat sink fins.
4. Provide enough spacing for adequate ventilation.
Check whether the input voltage falls within the AC
drive’s rated input voltage.
1. Check whether the motor is overloaded.
2. Reduce torque compensation setting as set in 2-03.
3. Increase the AC drive’s output capacity.
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Fault Codes
Fault Name
Fault Descriptions
Corrective Actions
oL1
Internal electronic overload trip
1. Check for possible motor overload.
2. Check electronic thermal overload setting.
3. Increase motor capacity.
4. Reduce the current level so that the AC drive output
current does not exceed the value set by the Motor
Rated Current 0-01.
oL2
1. Reduce the motor load.
Motor overload. Check the parameter
2. Adjust the over-torque detection setting to an
settings (6-07 to 6-09)
appropriate level.
ocA
ocd
ocn
cF1
cF2
XPF
codE
cF3
EF
cFA
6–4
Over-current during acceleration:
1. Short-circuit at motor output.
2. Torque boost too high.
3. Acceleration time too short.
4. AC drive output capacity is too
small.
Over-current during deceleration
1. Short-circuit at motor output.
2. Deceleration time too short.
3. AC drive output capacity is too
small.
1. Check for possible poor insulation at the output line.
2. Decrease the torque boost setting in 2-03.
3. Increase the acceleration time.
4. Replace the AC drive with one that has a higher
output capacity (next HP size).
1. Check for possible poor insulation at the output line.
2. Increase the deceleration time.
3. Replace the AC drive with one that has a higher
output capacity (next HP size).
Over-current during steady state
operation:
1. Check for possible poor insulation at the output line.
1. Short-circuit at motor output.
2. Check for possible motor stall.
2. Sudden increase in motor loading. 3. Replace the AC drive with one that has a higher
output capacity (next HP size).
3. AC drive output capacity is too
small.
1. Switch off power supply.
Internal memory IC cannot be
2. Check whether the input voltage falls within the AC
programmed.
drive's rated input voltage.
3. Switch the AC drive back on.
1. Check the connections between the main control
board and the power board.
Internal memory IC can not be read.
2. Reset drive to factory defaults.
Hardware protection failure
Return to the factory.
Software protection failure
Return to the factory.
AC Drive’s internal circuitry
abnormal
1. Switch off power supply.
2. Check whether the input voltage falls within the
rated AC drive input voltage. Switch on the AC
drive.
DI terminal EF-CM goes from OFF to Remove EF-CM N.O. signal, restore EF-CM N.C.
ON, or 4-20mA AI signal is lost
signal, or restore 4-20mA AI signal.
Auto accel/decel failure
Don’t use the function of auto acceleration/
deceleration.
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Chapter 6: Maintenance and Troubleshooting
Fault Codes
Fault Name
u
CFF
bb
PHL
1st Ed. Rev. C
Fault Descriptions
Corrective Actions
Ground fault :
The AC drive output is abnormal.
When the output terminal is
Ground fault :
grounded (short circuit current is
50% more than the AC drive rated 1. Check whether the IGBT power module is damaged.
current), the AC drive power
2. Check for possible poor insulation at the output line.
module may be damaged. The short
circuit protection is provided for AC
drive protection, not user protection.
External Base Block:
AC drive output is turned off.
1. When the external input terminal (base-block) is
active, the AC drive output will be turned off.
2. Disable this connection and the AC drive will begin
to work again.
Input Power 3 phase loss:
One phase of the input power is lost.
1. Check for possible poor connection on the input
power line.
2. Check for possible loss of phase on input power line.
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Chapter 6: Maintenance and Troubleshooting
Warning Messages
There are several Warning Messages that a GS2 AC Drive may give. The GS2 AC
Drive allows you to decide its response to these messages. The descriptions of the
Warning Messages are listed below.
Warning Messages
Warning
Name
Ce01
Ce02
Ce03
Communications Warning:
Illegal command code - The
command code received in the
command message is not
available for the AC drive.
Communications Warning:
Illegal data address - The data
address received in the command
message is not available for the
AC drive.
Communications Warning:
Illegal data value - The data value
received in the command
message is not available for the
AC drive.
Ce04
Communications Warning:
Slave device failure - The AC
drive is unable to perform the
requested action.
Ce!0
Communications Warning:
Communication Time Out
FbE
6–6
Warning Descriptions
Corrective Actions
The corrective action can be set with the Transmission
Fault Treatment parameter (9-03). The available settings
are:
0 - Display fault and continue operating
1 - Display fault and RAMP to stop
2 - Display fault and COAST to stop
3 - No fault displayed and continue operating
The default setting is 0.
The corrective action can be set with the PID Feedback
Loss parameter (P7.27). The available settings are:
PID Warning:
PID Feedback Loss - The 4-20mA PID
00 - Warn and AC Drive Stop
signal has been lost.
01 - Warn and Continue
The default setting is 00.
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ACCESSORIES
APPENDIX
A
In This Appendix...
Accessories Part Numbering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A–2
Line Reactors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A–2
Line Reactor Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A–4
Line Reactor Applications and Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A–5
Braking Resistors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A–8
Braking Resistor Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A–8
Braking Resistor Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A–9
EMI Input Filters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A–10
EMI Filter Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A–11
EMI Filter Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A–15
RF Filters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A–16
Fuses and Fuse Kits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A–17
Fuses and Fuse Kits Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A–18
GS-EDRV Ethernet Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A–20
GS Drive Configuration Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A–22
System Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A–22
Software Configuration Methods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A–22
Miscellaneous Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A–25
Configuration Cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A–25
Spare Keypad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A–25
Keypad Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A–25
Communication Distribution Blocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A–26
Appendix A: Accessories
Accessories Part Numbering
With the exception of EMI Filters, RF Filters, and some Line Reactors, GS2 Series
accessory part numbers incorporate the part numbers of the AC Drives for which they
are compatible. Each accessory part number begins with the AC Drive series and
rating. This is followed by an accessory code, and, when applicable, a description
code. The accessory part numbering scheme is shown below.
GS - 23P0 - LR - 3PH
Description Code (optional)
1PH: Single phase 3PH: Three phase ENC: Enclosure
Blank: For reactor, check specific part # to determine phase
Accessory Code
BR: Braking resistor FKIT: Fuse Kit
FUSE: Replacement fuses for FKIT LR: Line reactor
Drive Rating (See Drive P/N description)
BZL: Bezel CBL: Cable DBU: Dynamic Brake Unit
EDRV: Ethernet board FB: Feedback board
KPD: Keypad RS: Recommended Standard
Drive Series
GS: All GS and DURApulse Series Drives
GS1: GS1 Series GS2: GS2 Series
GS3: DURApulse Series
Line Reactors
Input line reactors protect the AC drive from transient overvoltage conditions
typically caused by utility capacitor switching. Input line reactors also reduce the
harmonics associated with AC drives, and are recommended for all installations.
Output line (load) reactors protect the motor insulation against AC drive short
circuits and IGBT reflective wave damage, and also allow the motor to run cooler
by “smoothing” the motor current waveform. They are recommended for
operating “non-inverter-duty” motors, and for any motors when the length of
wiring between the AC drive and motor exceeds 75 feet.
115V Single Phase Input Line Reactors*
Part Number
GS-10P2-LR
GS-10P5-LR
GS-11P0-LR
Rated
Watt
Impedance Inductance
Amps
Loss
GS2 Drive Model and
Side / Phase / Volts
Drive
hp
18
3%
0.80 mH
19
GS2-10P2 (input) / 1ph / 115V
0.25
25
3%
0.50 mH
23
GS2-10P5 (input) / 1ph / 115V
0.5
35
3%
0.40 mH
36
GS2-11P0 (input) / 1ph / 115V
1
*NOTE: Single phase line reactors should NOT be installed on the output side of the AC drive.
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Appendix A: Accessories
Line Reactors (continued)
230V Single Phase Input Line Reactors*
Rated
Watt
Impedance Inductance
Amps
Loss
Part Number
GS-20P5-LR-1PH
GS-21P0-LR-1PH
GS-22P0-LR-1PH
GS-23P0-LR-1PH
GS2 Drive Model and
Side / Phase / Volts
Drive
hp
8
3%
6.50 mH
13
GS2-20P5 (input) / 1ph / 230V
0.5
12
3%
6.50 mH
13
GS2-21P0 (input) / 1ph / 230V
1
18
3%
3.00 mH
25
GS2-22P0 (input) / 1ph / 230V
2
35
3%
2.50 mH
26
GS2-23P0 (input) / 1ph / 230V
3
*NOTE: Single phase line reactors should NOT be installed on the output side of the AC drive.
230V Three Phase Input / Output Line Reactors
Rated
Watt
Impedance Inductance
Amps
Loss
Part Number
GS-20P5-LR-3PH
GS-21P0-LR-3PH
GS-22P0-LR-3PH
GS-23P0-LR-3PH
GS-25P0-LR
GS-27P5-LR
GS2 Drive Model and
Side / Phase / Volts
Drive
hp
4
3%
6.50 mH
13
GS2-20P5 (in/out) / 3ph / 230V
0.5
4
3%
3.00 mH
7
GS2-21P0 (in/out) / 3ph / 230V
1
8
3%
1.50 mH
11
GS2-22P0 (in/out) / 3ph / 230V
2
12
3%
1.30 mH
23
GS2-23P0 (in/out) / 3ph / 230V
3
18
3%
0.80 mH
19
GS2-25P0 (in/out) / 3ph / 230V
5
25
3%
0.50 mH
23
GS2-27P5 (in/out) / 3ph / 230V
7.5
460V & 575V Three Phase Input / Output Line Reactors
Part Number
Rated
Watt
Impedance Inductance
Amps
Loss
GS2 Drive Model and
Side / Phase / Volts
Drive
hp
GS2-41P0 (in/out) / 3ph / 460V
1
GS2-42P0 (in/out) / 3ph / 460V
GS2-53P0 (in/out) / 3ph / 575V
GS2-43P0 (in/out) / 3ph / 460V
GS2-55P0 (in/out) / 3ph / 575V
2
3
3
5
GS-41P0-LR
2
3%
12.0 mH
7
GS-42P0-LR
4
3%
6.50 mH
13
GS-43P0-LR
8
3%
5.00 mH
31
GS-45P0-LR
8
3%
3.00 mH
25
GS2-45P0 (in/out) / 3ph / 460V
5
GS-47P5-LR
12
3%
2.50 mH
26
GS2-47P5 (in/out) / 3ph / 460V
GS2-57P5 (in/out) / 3ph / 575V
GS2-5010 (in/out) / 3ph / 575V
7.5
7.5
10
GS-4010-LR
GS-51P0-LR
GS-52P0-LR
18
3%
1.50 mH
29
GS2-4010 (in/out) / 3ph / 460V
10
2
3%
20.0 mH
9
GS2-51P0 (in/out) / 3ph / 575V
1
4
3%
9.10 mH
15
GS2-52P0 (in/out) / 3ph / 575V
2
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Appendix A: Accessories
Line Reactor Dimensions
AC Line Reactor Dimensions (inches)
Part Number
GS-10P2-LR
GS-10P5-LR
GS-11P0-LR
GS-20P5-LR-1PH
GS-20P5-LR-3PH
GS-21P0-LR-1PH
GS-21P0-LR-3PH
GS-22P0-LR-1PH
GS-22P0-LR-3PH
GS-23P0-LR-1PH
GS-23P0-LR-3PH
GS-25P0-LR
GS-27P5-LR
GS-41P0-LR
GS-42P0-LR
GS-43P0-LR
GS-45P0-LR
GS-47P5-LR
GS-4010-LR
GS-51P0-LR
GS-52P0-LR
H
W
D
Mtg. D
Mtg. W
Mtg Slot
Hole Size
Weight
(lbs)
4.80
6.00
3.30
2.09
2.00
0.28 x 0.63
7
5.70
6.00
3.09
2.09
3.00
0.28 x 0.63
7
5.70
6.00
3.34
2.34
3.00
0.28 x 0.63
9
3.40
4.40
2.83
1.77
1.44
0.28 x 0.63
2.80
3.40
4.40
2.83
1.77
1.44
0.28 x 0.63
2.80
3.40
4.40
2.83
1.77
1.44
0.28 x 0.63
2.80
3.40
4.40
2.83
1.77
1.44
0.28 x 0.63
2.30
3.40
4.40
2.83
1.77
2.00
0.28 x 0.63
3.10
3.40
4.40
2.83
1.77
2.00
0.28 x 0.63
2.80
4.80
6.00
3.30
2.09
2.00
0.28 x 0.63
7.50
3.40
4.40
2.83
1.77
2.00
0.28 x 0.63
2.90
4.80
6.00
3.30
2.09
2.00
0.28 x 0.63
7.10
5.70
6.00
3.09
2.09
3.00
0.28 x 0.63
7.00
3.40
4.40
2.83
1.77
1.44
0.28 x 0.63
2.30
3.40
4.40
2.83
1.77
1.44
0.28 x 0.63
2.80
3.40
4.40
3.39
2.39
2.00
0.28 x 0.63
4.30
3.40
4.40
2.83
1.77
2.00
0.28 x 0.63
3.10
4.80
6.00
3.30
2.09
2.00
0.28 x 0.63
7.50
4.80
6.30
3.55
2.34
2.00
0.28 x 0.63
9.10
3.40
4.40
2.83
1.77
1.44
0.28 x 0.63
3
3.40
4.40
3.33
2.37
1.44
0.28 x 0.63
3
W
Top View
MTG
W
H
AC Line Reactor Dimensions
A–4
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Label
Mounting Holes
MTG
D
D
Appendix A: Accessories
Line Reactor Applications and Connections
Input Side of AC Drive
When installed on the input side of the AC Drive, line reactors will reduce line
notching, and limit current and voltage spikes and surges from the incoming line.
The line reactors will also reduce harmonic distortion from the AC Drive onto the
line. Units are installed in front of the AC Drive as shown.
C1
C2
L3
T3
B1
B2
T2
L2
T1
A1
A2
L1
Output Side of AC Drive
When installed on the output side of the AC Drive, line reactors protect the drive
from short circuits at the load. Voltage and current waveforms from the drive are
enhanced, reducing motor overheating and noise emissions.
T3
C1
C2
T2
B1
B2
T1
A1
A2
Single-phase line reactors should NOT be installed on the output of the AC Drive. Use
only three-phase reactors on drive outputs.
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Appendix A: Accessories
Line Reactor Applications and Connections (continued)
Multiple AC Drives
Individual line reactors are recommended when installing multiple AC Drives on the
same power line. Individual line reactors eliminate cross-talk between multiple
drives, and provide isolated protection for each drive for its own specific load.
C1
C2
L3
T3
B1
B2
T2
L2
T1
A1
A2
L1
C1
C2
L3
B1
B2
L2
T3
T2
T1
A1
A2
L1
Multiple Motors
A single reactor can be used when the application calls for multiple motors on the
same AC Drive, if the motors operate simultaneously. The reactor is sized based
on the total horsepower of all the motors. Overload relays (not shown) are
recommended for use in multi-motor applications.
T3
C1
C2
T2
B1
B2
T1
A1
A2
A single reactor should be used with multiple motors ONLY when the motors will
operate simultaneously. OVERLOAD RELAYS are recommended for use in multiple
motor applications.
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Appendix A: Accessories
Line Reactor Applications and Connections (continued)
Single-Phase Applications
Some of the line reactors are listed for use with single-phase input power. Follow
the connection diagram shown below. Make sure that terminals B1 and B2 are
properly insulated before any connections are made.
C1
C2
L2
T3
B1
T2
B2
T1
A1
A2
L1
WARNING: Please ensure that you properly insulate terminals B1 and B2 before making
any connections to single-phase power.
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Appendix A: Accessories
Braking Resistors
Braking resistors are used to increase the control torque of the AC Drive, for
frequently repeated ON-OFF cycles of the AC Drive, or for decelerating a load
with large inertia.
The use of braking resistors with GS2 Series AC drives requires no parameter setup. The
AC drive automatically senses the presence of braking resistors.
Braking Resistor Specifications
Part Number
GS-20P5-BR
GS-21P0-BR
GS-22P0-BR
GS-23P0-BR
GS-25P0-BR
GS-27P5-BR
GS-41P0-BR
GS-42P0-BR
GS-43P0-BR
GS-45P0-BR
GS-47P5-BR
GS-4010-BR
Quantity
Drive Model
& Wiring
GS2-10P2, GS2-10P5, GS2-20P5
1
GS2-11P0, GS2-21P0
1
GS2-22P0
1
GS2-23P0
1
GS2-25P0
1
GS2-27P5
1
GS2-41P0
1
GS2-42P0, GS2-51P0, GS2-52P0
1
2 in parallel GS2-53P0, GS2-55P0, GS2-57P5
GS2-43P0
1
GS2-45P0
1
GS2-47P5
1
GS2-4010
1
GS2-5010
2 in series
Braking
Duty
Ohms Watts
Torque
Cycle
270%
200⏲
80
10%
125%
200⏲
80
10%
125%
100⏲
300
10%
125%
70⏲
300
10%
125%
40⏲
400
10%
125%
30⏲
500
10%
125%
750⏲
80
10%
125%
400⏲
300
10%
125%
250⏲
300
10%
125%
150⏲
400
10%
125%
100⏲
500
10%
125%
75⏲
1000
10%
Braking Resistor Connections
Braking
Resistor
B1 B2
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Braking Resistor Dimensions
Braking Resistor Dimensions (mm)
Part Number
Figure
L1
L2
H
D
W
Maximum
weight (g)
1
140
125
20
5.3
60
160
1
140
125
20
5.3
60
160
1
215
200
30
5.3
60
750
1
215
200
30
5.3
60
750
1
265
250
30
5.3
60
930
2
335
320
30
5.3
60
1100
1
140
125
20
5.3
60
160
1
215
200
30
5.3
60
750
1
215
200
30
5.3
60
750
1
265
250
30
5.3
60
930
2
335
320
30
5.3
60
1100
2
400
385
50
5.3
100
2800
GS-20P5-BR
GS-21P0-BR
GS-22P0-BR
GS-23P0-BR
GS-25P0-BR
GS-27P5-BR
GS-41P0-BR
GS-42P0-BR
GS-43P0-BR
GS-45P0-BR
GS-47P5-BR
GS-4010-BR
Figure 1
W+
- 0.5
D+
- 0.5
L2 +
-- 2
RING TERMINAL
H+
- 0.5
150±2
L1+
-2
L2+
-2
D+
- 0.5
W+
- 0.5
Figure 2
H+
- 0.5
TERMINAL: 2t x 125 x Ø63
L1+
-2
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Appendix A: Accessories
EMI Input Filters
The EC Declaration of Conformity for the GS2 Series AC Drives was completed in
conjunction with EMI Filters listed below.
CE compliance requires the use of EMI filters; not available for 575V drives.
EMI Input Filter Specifications
EMI Filter
20DRT1W3S
32DRT1W3C
not available
AC Drive Model
/ Input Phase
Filter Input Rating
Filter Dimensions
GS2-10P2 / 1ph
GS2-10P5 / 1ph
GS2-11P0 / 1ph
GS2-20P5 / 1ph
GS2-21P0 / 1ph
GS2-22P0 / 1ph
250V, 1-phase, 20A
Figure 1
GS2-23P0 / 1ph
250V, 1-phase, 32A
Figure 2
GS2-20P5 / 3ph
n/a
10TDT1W4C *
GS2-21P0 / 3ph
GS2-22P0 / 3ph
250V, 3-phase, 10A
Figure 3
26TDT1W4C *
GS2-23P0 / 3ph
250V, 3-phase, 26A
Figure 4
40TDS4W4B
GS2-25P0 / 3ph
GS2-27P5 / 3ph
250V, 3-phase, 40A
Figure 5
11TDT1W4S
GS2-41P0 / 3ph
GS2-42P0 / 3ph
GS2-43P0 / 3ph
480V, 3-phase, 11A
Figure 6
17TDT1W44
GS2-45P0 / 3ph
GS2-47P5 / 3ph
480V, 3-phase, 17A
Figure 7
GS2-4010 / 3ph
480V, 3-phase, 26A
Figure 8
26TDT1W4B4
not available
GS2-5xxx
n/a
* EMI filters 10TDT1W4C and 26TDT1W4C do not mount underneath GS2 drives.
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EMI Filter Dimensions
These filters, except 10TDT1W4C and 26TDT1W4C, mount between the drive and the subpanel. The filters have threaded holes on their front surface for this purpose, and the drives
mount directly to the front of the filters.
POWER-IN
Figure 1 [units = mm]
20DRT1W3S
Figure 2 [units = mm]
A
_ 2.0
306.0 +
M5X0.8(4x)
10.0
C
POWER-IN
_1.0
122.0 +
101 AWG 12 BLUE
101 AWG 12 BLACK
101 AWG 12 G/Y
F
D
E
_ 2.0
153.0 +
R3.0
_10.0
250.0 +
R4.5
_ 2.0
50.0 +
B
_1.0
284.0 +
32DRT1W3C
H
_ 1.0
25.0 +
o8.0(4x)
G
_1.0
284.0 +
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Appendix A: Accessories
EMI Filter Dimensions (continued)
Figure 3 [units = mm (in)]
100.0±1.0 (3.93±0.0393)
125.0±2.0(4.92±0.0787)
237.0 ± 2.0 (9.33 ± 0.0787)
10.0 (.39)
R2.5
1015 AWG18
R4.0
BLUE
BLACK
BROWN
G/Y
200 ± 10 (7.9 ± .39)
215.0 ± 1.0 (8.46 ± 0.0393)
40.0±2.0 (1.57±0.0787)
Units: mm(inches)
Dia. 8.0 4x (.315)
10TDT1W4C
20.0±1.0(0.787±0.0393)
215.0 ± 1.0 (8.46 ± .0393)
Figure 4 [units = mm (in)]
122.0±1.0 (4.8±0.0393)
153.0±2.0 (6.02±0.0787)
306.0 ±2.0 (12.05± 0.0787)
R3.0
1015 AWG 14
Blue
Black
Brown
G/Y
250.0±10.0 (9.84±0.393)
R4.5
50.0±2.0(1.97±0.787)
284.0±1.0 (11.8 ±0.0393)
Dia. 8.0(4X) (.315)
26TDT1W4C
25.0±1.0(.984±.0393)
284.0±1.0(11.8 ±.0393)
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EMI Filter Dimensions (continued)
Figure 5 [units = mm]
30.0
o7,0(2x)
40.0
40.0
40.0
o7.0X10(2x)
_ 1.0
80.0 +
_ 2.0
90.0 +
M4X0.7
_
+
POWER-IN
A 250.0 +
_ 2.0
B 270.0 +
_ 1.0
C
293.0 MAX.
40TDS4W4B
M6X1.0(4x)
_ 10
300.0 +
20.0 20.0 20.0
_ 2.0
150.0 +
177.0 MAX
1015 AWG10 Y/G
1015 AWG10 BLUE
T/L3
1015 AWG10 BLUE
S/L2
1015 AWG10 BLUE
R/L1
Figure 6 [units = mm]
A
_ 2.0
220.0 +
F
_ 10.0
200.0 +
C45.0 +
_ 2.0
POWER-IN
C
_ 1.0
100.0 +
B
_ 2.0
130.0 +
1015 AWG18 BLUE
1015 AWG18 BLACK
1015 AWG18 BROWN
R/L1
S/L2
T/L3
1015 AWG18 Y/G
E
_1.0
198.0 +
M4X0.7(3x)
11TDT1W4S
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EMI Filter Dimensions (continued)
Figure 7 [units = mm]
A
_ 2.0
306.0 +
M5X0.8(4x)
10.0
POWER-IN
_1.0
122.0 +
1015 AWG16 BLUE
R/L1
1015 AWG16 BLACK
S/L2
1015 AWG16 BROWN
T/L3
1015 AWG16 Y/G
D
E
_ 2.0
153.0 +
R3.0
_ 10.0
300.0 +
R4.5
_ 2.0
50.0 +
B
_1.0
284.0 +
H
_ 1.0
25.0 +
C
17TDT1W44
G
_1.0
284.0 +
Figure 8 [units = mm]
26TDT1W4B4
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Appendix A: Accessories
EMI Filter Connections
1-phase Input Power
L
R
N
EMI Input
Filter
L
N
S
T
EMI Input
Filter
R
S
T
L1 L2 L3
L1 L2
1st Ed. Rev. C
3-phase Input Power
12/2006
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Appendix A: Accessories
RF Filters
Description
Zero phase reactors, (aka RF noise filters) help reduce radiated noise from the AC
drive power wiring. These RF filters are effective for noise reduction on both the
input and output sides of AC drives. Attenuation quality is good in a wide range
from AM band to 10 MHz.
Wiring Method
Wind each wire four times around the core, as shown in Figure 1. The reactor
should me mounted as closely as possible to the drive.
If you are unable to wire as described above due to wire size or another aspects
of your application, put all wires through four reactor cores in series without
winding, as shown in Figure 2.
36 (1.42)
RF Filter number RF220X00A
can be used with all models of
GS2 AC drives.
35 (1.38)
68.5 (2.70)
RF220X00A
25 (0.98)
90 (3.54)
80 (3.15)
UNITS:
mm (in)
TOP VIEW
Figure 1
Line
Power
L1
T1
L2
T2
L3
T3
MOTOR
Figure 2
Line
Power
A–16
L1
L2
L3
T1
T2
T3
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Appendix A: Accessories
Fuses and Fuse Kits
Short-circuit and ground fault protection devices are essential to prevent costly damage
to your AC Drive application equipment. Fuse kits are available from AutomationDirect
for the 115V through 460V GS2 Series AC Drives.
Warning: The fuse kits provide protection only for the semiconductor components
inside the AC drive. Motor branch circuit overcurrent protection should be separately
provided using applicable local codes.
The following fuse kits consist of one fuse block and fuses sized to match each
GS2 Series AC Drive. Replacement fuses are also available, and their part
numbers are listed in the table below.
Fuse Kit Specifications (for 115V, 230V, 460V GS2 drive models)
Part Number
Drive Model Fuse Wire Fuse Dimen
/ Phase
Block Size Type -sions
GS-10P2-FKIT-1P
GS-10P5-FKIT-1P
GS-11P0-FKIT-1P
GS-20P5-FKIT-1P
GS-20P5-FKIT-3P
GS-21P0-FKIT-1P
GS-21P0-FKIT-3P
GS-22P0-FKIT-1P
GS-22P0-FKIT-3P
GS-23P0-FKIT-1P
GS-23P0-FKIT-3P
GS-25P0-FKIT
GS2-10P2 / 1
GS2-10P5 / 1
2 pole
Figure 1 [email protected]
GS2-20P5 / 3
3 pole
Figure 2 [email protected]
GS2-21P0 / 1
Figure 1 [email protected]
GS2-21P0 / 3
2 pole Al/Cu
3 pole #2-14
GS2-22P0 / 1
2 pole
Figure 1 [email protected]
GS2-22P0 / 3
3 pole
Figure 2 [email protected]
GS2-23P0 / 1
2 pole
Figure 1 [email protected]
GS2-11P0 / 1
GS2-20P5 / 1
GS-41P0-FKIT
GS-42P0-FKIT
GS-43P0-FKIT
GS-45P0-FKIT
GS-47P5-FKIT
GS2-41P0 / 3
GS-4010-FKIT
GS2-4010 / 3
GS2-42P0 / 3
GS2-43P0 / 3
Figure 2 [email protected]
Figure 2
GS2-25P0 / 3
GS2-27P5 / 3
12/2006
A3T
GS2-23P0 / 3
GS-27P5-FKIT
1st Ed. Rev. C
Fuse
Rating
Al/Cu
2/0-#6
Figure 3
[email protected]
[email protected]
300V
@100A
Al/Cu
#2-14
GS2-45P0 / 3
GS2-47P5 / 3
Figure 5 [email protected]
Al/Cu
2/0-#6
Figure 6 [email protected]
GS-4010-FUSE
Figure 4
A6T
GS-27P5-FUSE
GS-41P0-FUSE
GS-42P0-FUSE
GS-43P0-FUSE
GS-45P0-FUSE
GS-47P5-FUSE
[email protected]
3 pole
Replacement
Fuses
GS-10P2-FUSE-1P
GS-10P5-FUSE-1P
GS-11P0-FUSE-1P
GS-20P5-FUSE-1P
GS-20P5-FUSE-3P
GS-21P0-FUSE-1P
GS-21P0-FUSE-3P
GS-22P0-FUSE-1P
GS-22P0-FUSE-3P
GS-23P0-FUSE-1P
GS-23P0-FUSE-3P
GS-25P0-FUSE
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
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Appendix A: Accessories
Fuses and Fuse Kits (continued)
Edison Class CC fuses and fuse blocks are available for the 575V GS2 drives.
Fuses (for 575V GS2 drive models)
Drive
Model
Fuse
Rating
GS2-51P0
6A @ 600V
GS2-52P0
10A @ 600V
GS2-53P0
GS2-55P0
Fuse Type
(Qty Req’d)
15A @ 600V
GS2-57P5
20A @ 600V
GS2-5010
30A @ 600V
Edison
Fuse
HCLR6
HCLR10
HCLR15
CC (3)
HCLR20
HCLR30
Edison
Dimensions Poles
Fuse Block
BC6033PQ
or
CHCC3D
or
CHCC3DI
Wire
Range
Figure 7
Figure 8
3
18-8 AWG
(1-16 mm2)
Figure 8
Fuses and Fuse Kits Dimensions
Figure 1
[units = inches]
Figure 2
[units = inches]
Figure 3
[units = inches]
Dia. 0.25 THRU
C'BORE Dia. 0.50 x
0.50 DEEP (2 PLCS)
3.21"
3.65"
3.21"
3.65"
.73"
1.67"
1.67"
1.38”
.22"
.22"
2.75”
.49"
.49" .88"
.60"
1.47"
.60"
1.47"
.75"
2.73"
1.85"
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3.50"
5.00"
2.03”
Appendix A: Accessories
Fuses and Fuse Kits Dimensions (continued)
Figure 4 [units = inches]
Figure 5 [units = inches]
Figure 6 [units = inches]
.21"
.28"
2.15"
.40"
1.95"
.671"
2.20"
.640"
1.56"
2.75"
4.38"
3.80"
4.60"
2.72"
Figure 7 [units = inches (mm)]
Figure 8 [units = mm (inches)]
0.425"
3 POLE
(10.80mm)
19.0
(0.75)
17.50
(0.689)
52.50
(2.067)
57.5
(2.26)
35.00
(1.378)
44.0
(1.73)
1.530"
1.625" + 0.015"
(38.86mm)
(41.28mm + 0.38mm)
80.7
(3.18)
45.2
(1.78)
0.200" + 0.003"
(5.08mm + 0.08mm)
Buss ®
BC6033PQ
1.210" + 0.015"
(30.73mm + 0.38mm)
30A
BUSSMANN
COOPER INDUSTRIES
ST. LOUIS, MO 63178
MADE IN U.S.A.
600V
CLASS CC
FUSES ONLY
CU ONLY
10 AWG 20 LB·IN
1st Ed. Rev. C
1.40"
4.78"
.24" 1.95"
1.57"
3.90"
3.13"
.79" 1.40"
12/2006
49.9
(1.97)
7.6
(0.30)
82.2
(3.24)
6.0
(0.24)
75 C WIRE
200,000A RMS SYM
WITHSTAND RATING
R
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GS-EDRV Ethernet Interface
The GS-EDRV Ethernet Interface provides a low-cost, high-performance Ethernet
link between a PLC/PC-based Control system and any GS Series AC Drive. The
GS-EDRV mounts on DIN rail and communicates through cable connections to
the AC drive and Ethernet hub or PC.
Functions and features of the interface:
• process input signals from the AC drive
• formats signals to conform to the Ethernet standard for connectivity to many
control system architectures: H2-ERM or H4-ERM, KEPDirect EBC I/O server, or
independent controller with a Modbus TCP/IP driver
• transmit the signals to the PC-based controller
• receive and translate output signals from the PLC/PC-based Control software
• distribute the output signals to the appropriate drive
• built-in web browser allows users to configure and control the drive from any web
browser via the IP address of the GS-EDRV card.
The control function is not performed by the interface. The control function is
performed by PC–based Control software (which is purchased separately) running
on a PC.
The GS-EDRV requires an external 24 VDC power supply.
The GS series drives have a provision for shutting down control or power to the drive in
the event of a communications time-out. This function can be set up through the drive
parameter group 9.
GS-EDRV
Ethernet interface number
GS-EDRV can be used with all
models of GS2 AC drives.
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Specifications
Part Number
GS-EDRV
Input Voltage
Input Current
10-33 VDC
90-135 mA
Can be used with all GS2 AC drives.
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GS-EDRV Ethernet Interface (continued)
GS-EDRV
Dimensions
2.7"
1.9"
4.0"
1st Ed. Rev. C
12/2006
units: inches
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GS Drive Configuration Software
GSoft is the optional configuration software for
the GS family of AC drives. It allows you to
connect a PC to a GS series AC drive via RS-232
or RS-485, and performs a variety of functions:
GS Series AC Drive Software
Part Number Description
GSOFT
GS drives configuration software
• Upload/download drive configurations
• Create new drive configurations using Quick Start, Detailed, or Schematic Views
• Edit drive configurations
• Archive/store multiple drive configurations on your PC
• Trend drive operation parameters
• Tune the drive PID loop
• View drive faults
• Print a schematic representation of the drive configuration
System Requirements
GSoft will run on PCs that meet the following requirements:
• Windows 95, 98, Me, NT, 2000, and XP
• Internet Explorer 4.0 or higher (for HTML help support)
• 24Mb of available memory
• 8 Mb hard drive space
• Available RS-232 serial port
Note: GSoft requires use of a configuration cable, GS-232CBL, which is sold separately.
Note: RS-485 communication from an RS-232 PC port requires an FA-ISOCON or
compatible converter, which is sold separately.
Software Configuration Methods
GSoft offers 3 methods of creating a new configuration for your AC drive.
Quick Start Configuration
The Quick Start Configuration
method guides you through
the most commonly used AC
drive parameters. Quick Start
Configuration may ONLY be
used to create a new
configuration. Once created
and saved, a configuration
built with the Quick Start
Configuration method may be
edited using the Detailed or
Schematic View methods.
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Software Configuration Methods (continued)
Detailed Configuration
The Detailed Configuration method provides AC drive parameter access in a
tabbed dialog format. Detailed Configuration can be used for new or existing
configurations.
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Software Configuration Methods (continued)
Schematic View Configuration
The Schematic View Configuration method uses a schematic picture of the AC
drive and external connections to guide you through the setup of the AC drive.
The Schematic View method can be used for new or existing configurations.
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Miscellaneous Accessories
Configuration Cable
GS-232CBL
Required programming cable for GSOFT software.
Spare Keypad
GS2-KPD
Spare or replacement keypad for GS2 AC drives.
RUN
FWD
STOP
REV
MTR
ARMP
V/Hz
DIGT
ANLG
PSET
PROT
PID
DISP
COMM
0
100
M4*P0.7
Keypad Cables
(installation screws included)
GS-CBL2-1L
1 meter keypad cable
GS-CBL2-1L
GS-CBL2-3L
GS-CBL2-5L
GS-CBL2-3L
3 meter keypad cable
GS-CBL2-5L
5 meter keypad cable
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Communication Distribution Blocks
INPUT
GS-RS485-4/8
Internal Wiring Pin-Out
INPUT
SG- SG+
PIN 3: SG+
PIN 4: SG-
(wiring internally reversed
between input and output
modular comm ports)
6 5 4 3 2 1
TYPICAL
OUT 3 - 8
OUT 2
OUT 1
6 5 4 3 2 1
6 5 4 3 2 1
6 5 4 3 2 1
GS-RS485-4
4 port RS485 Communication Distribution Board
1.35
1.62
0049
DELTA
INPUT
SG- SG+
ECT 1
6 5 4 3 2 1
94V-D
OUT_1
OUT_2
3.30
OUT_3
OUT_4
3811093800 1
GS-RS485-8
8 port RS485 Communication Distribution Board
2.66
1.62
ECT 1
DELTA
94V-D
0049
SG- SG+
3:SG+
4:SG-
INPUT
6 5 4 3 2 1
OUT_1
OUT_2
OUT_3
OUT_4
3.30
OUT_5
OUT_6
OUT_7
3811093900 1
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USING GS2
AC DRIVES WITH
DIRECTLOGIC PLCS
APPENDIX
B
In This Appendix
Compatible DirectLOGIC PLCs and Modules . . . . .B–2
Typical Connections to the GS2 Series AC Drive . .B–7
DC Output Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .B–7
Isolated Analog Output Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .B–8
Non-Isolated Voltage or Sourcing Current Analog Output Modules .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .B–9
Appendix B: Using GS2 AC Drives with DirectLOGIC PLCs
Compatible DirectLOGIC PLCs and Modules
The following tables show which DirectLOGIC PLCs and modules can be used
with the GS2 Series AC Drive.
DirectLOGIC PLC Modules for Use with GS2 AC Drives
DL05 PLCs
D0-05AR
D0-05DR
D0-05DD
D0-05DD-D
D0-05DR-D
DL05 CPU, 8 AC in / 6 Relay out, 110/220VAC Power Supply. Inputs: 8 AC inputs,
90-120 VAC, 2 isolated commons. Outputs: 6 Relay outputs, 6-27 VDC, 6-240 VAC, 2A/pt.
max., 2 isolated commons
DL05 CPU, 8 DC in / 6 Relay out, 110/220VAC Power Supply. Inputs: 8 DC inputs,
12-24 VDC current sinking/sourcing, 2 isolated commons. Outputs: 6 Relay outputs,
6-27 VDC, 6-240 VAC, 2A/pt. max., 2 isolated commons
DL05 CPU, 8 DC in / 6 DC out, 110/220VAC Power Supply. Inputs: 8 DC inputs, 12-24 VDC
current sinking/sourcing, 2 isolated commons. Outputs: 6 DC outputs, 6-27 VDC current
sinking, 1.0A/pt. max.
DL05 CPU, 8 DC in / 6 DC out, 12/24VDC Power Supply. Inputs: 8 DC inputs, 12-24 VDC
current sinking/sourcing, 2 isolated commons. Outputs: 6 DC outputs, 6-27 VDC current
sinking, 1.0A/pt. max.
DL05 CPU, 8 DC in / 6 Relay out, 12/24VDC Power Supply. Inputs: 8 DC inputs, 12-24 VDC
current sinking/sourcing, 2 isolated commons. Outputs: 6 Relay outputs, 6-27 VDC,
6-240 VAC, 2A/pt. max., 2 isolated commons
DL06 PLCs
D0-06DD1
D0-06DR
DL06 CPU, 20 DC in / 16 DC out, 110/220VAC Power Supply, with 0.3A 24VDC Auxiliary
Device Power Supply. Inputs: 20 DC inputs, 12-24 VDC current sinking/sourcing, 5 isolated
commons (4 inputs per common). Outputs: 16 DC outputs, 12-24 VDC current sinking,
1.0A/pt. max., 4 commons non-isolated (4 points per common)
DL06 CPU, 20 DC in / 16 Relay out, 110/220VAC Power Supply, with 0.3A 24VDC Auxiliary
Device Power Supply. Inputs: 20 DC inputs, 12-24 VDC current sinking/sourcing, 5 isolated
commons (4 inputs per common). Outputs: 16 Relay outputs, 6-27 VDC, 6-240 VAC, 2A/pt.
max., 4 isolated commons (4 points per common)
DL06 CPU, 16 AC in / 20 Relay out, 110/220VAC power supply, with 0.3A 24VDC auxiliary device
power supply. Inputs: 20 AC inputs, 90-120 VAC, 5 isolated commons (4 inputs per common). Outputs:
16 Relay outputs, 6-27 VDC, 6-240 VAC, 2A/pt. max., 4 isolated commons (4 points per common)
D0-06AR
DL06 CPU, 20 DC in / 16 DC out, 12/24VDC Power Supply. Inputs: 20 DC inputs, 12-24 VDC
D0-06DD1-D current sinking/sourcing, 5 isolated commons (4 inputs per common). Outputs: 16 DC outputs,
12-24 VDC current sinking, 1.0A/pt. max., 4 commons non-isolated (4 points per common).
D0-06DR-D
DL06 CPU, 20 DC in / 16 Relay out, 110/220VAC Power Supply. Inputs: 20 DC inputs,
12-24 VDC current sinking/sourcing, 5 isolated commons (4 inputs per common). Outputs: 16
Relay outputs, 6-27 VDC, 6-240 VAC, 2A/pt. max., 4 isolated commons (4 points per common)
DL05/DL06 DC Input/Output Module
4 pt. 12-24VDC current sinking/sourcing input, 1 common, 4 pt. 12-24VDC sinking output,
D0-08CDD1 0.3A/point, 1.2A/module, removable terminal, no fuse
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DirectLOGIC PLC Modules for Use with GS2 AC Drives (cont.)
DL05/DL06 DC Output Module
D0-10TD1
D0-16TD1
10 pt. 12-24 VDC current sinking output module, 2 commons non-isolated (5 pts. per
common), 0.3A/point, 1.5A/common, removable terminal, no fuse
16 pt. 12-24 VDC current sinking output module, 2 commons non-isolated (5 pts. per
common), 0.3A/point, 1.5A/common, removable terminal, no fuse
DL05/DL06 Analog Module
F0-2AD2DA-2 2 channel in, 2 channel out voltage analog option card; 0-5V, 0-10V
F0-4AD2DA-2 4 channel in, 2 channel out voltage analog option card; 0-5V, 0-10V
F0-4AD2DA-1 4 channel in, 2 channel sourcing out current analog option card; 4-20mA
DL105 PLCs
F1-130DR
F1-130DD
F1-130DR-D
F1-130DD-D
DL130 CPU, 10 DC in / 8 Relay out, 110/220VAC Power Supply. Inputs: 10 DC inputs, 1224 VDC current sinking/sourcing, 3 isolated commons. Outputs: 8 relay outputs, 12-30
VDC, 12-250VAC, 7A/pt. max., 4 isolated commons
DL130 CPU, 10 DC in / 8 DC out, 110/220VAC Power Supply. Inputs: 10 DC inputs, 12-24
VDC current sinking/sourcing, 3 isolated commons. Outputs: 8 DC outputs, 5-30VDC
current sinking, 0.5A/pt. max, 3 internally connected commons
DL130 CPU, 10 DC in / 8 Relay out, 12/24VDC Power Supply. Inputs: 10 DC inputs, 12-24
VDC current sinking/sourcing, 3 isolated commons. Outputs: 8 relay outputs, 12-30 VDC,
12-250VAC, 7A/pt. max., 4 isolated commons
DL130 CPU, 10 DC in / 8 DC out, 12/24VDC Power Supply. Inputs: 10 DC inputs, 12-24
VDC current sinking/sourcing, 3 isolated commons. Outputs: 8 DC outputs, 5-30VDC
current sinking, 0.5A/pt. max, 3 internally connected commons
DL205 DC Output Module
D2-16TD1-2
D2-32TD1
1st Ed. Rev. C
16 pt. 12-24 VDC current sinking output module, 1 common (2 common terminals),
0.1A/point, 1.6A/module, no fuse, European type removable terminal
32 pt. 12-24 VDC current sinking output module. 1 common (4 common terminals),
0.1A/point, 3.2A/module, no fuse
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Appendix B: Using GS2 AC Drives with DirectLOGIC PLCs
DirectLOGIC PLC Modules for Use with GS2 AC Drives (cont.)
DL205 Relay Output Modules
D2-04TRS
D2-08TR
F2-08TR
4-pt. 5-30 VDC or 5-240 VAC isolated relay output module, 4 Form A (SPST) relays, 4
commons, 4A/point, 8.0A/module, replaceable fuse, removable terminal
8-pt. 5-30 VDC or 5-240 VAC output module, 8 Form A (SPST) relays, 1 common (2
common terminals), 1A/point, 4.0A/module, replaceable fuse, removable terminal
8-pt relay output, 10A/common, 5-30VDC or 5-240VAC
F2-08TRS
D2-12TR
8-pt. 12-28 VDC or 12-240 VAC output module, 5 Form A (SPST) relays, 3 Form C (SPDT)
relays, 8 isolated commons, 7A/point max., no fuses, removable terminal
12 pt. 5-30 VDC or 5-240 VAC relay output module, 12 Form A (SPST) relays, 2 commons,
1.5A/point max., 3.0A/common, 2 replaceable fuses, removable terminal
DL205 DC Input/Output Modules
D2-08CDR
4 pt. 24VDC sinking/sourcing input, 1 common, 4 pt. relay output, 1A/pt., 4A/module, 1
common, replaceable fuse
DL205 Analog Output Module
F2-02DAS-1
F2-02DAS-2
F2-08DA-1
F2-02DA-2
F2-08DA-2
2 channel, 16-bit resolution, Isolated 4-20mA sourcing (2 isolated commons). Designed to
operate with 24 VDC user-supplied power supply.
2 channel analog output, 16 bit resolution, isolated, range: 0-5V, 0-10V (2 isolated
commons). Designed to operate with 24 VDC user-supplied power supply.
8 channel analog output module, 12 bit resolution, range: 4-20mA, sink or source output
configurable. Designed to operate with 24 VDC user-supplied power supply.
2 channel analog output module, 12 bit resolution, ranges: 0-5V, 0-10V, -5 to +5V, -10 to
+10V. Designed to operate with 24 VDC user-supplied power supply.
8 channel analog output module, 12 bit resolution, ranges: 0-5V, 0-10V. Designed to
operate with 24 VDC user-supplied power supply.
DL205 Analog Input Modules
F2-04AD-2
F2-08AD-2
4 channel, 12-bit, 0-5V, 0-10V, -5 to +5V, -10 to +10V. Designed to operate with a 24VDC
user supplied power supply.
8 channel, 12-bit, 0-5V, 0-10V, -5 to +5V, -10 to +10V. Designed to operate with a 24VDC
user supplied power supply.
DL205 Analog Combination Modules
F2-8AD4DA-1
F2-8AD4DA-2
B–4
8 channel, 16-bit, 0-20mA in; 4 channel, 16-bit, 4-20mA out. Designed to operate with a
24VDC user supplied power supply.
8 channel, 16-bit, 0-5V, 0-10V in; 4 channel, 16-bit, 0-5V, 0-10V out. Designed to operate
with a 24VDC user supplied power supply.
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DirectLOGIC PLC Modules for Use with GS2 AC Drives (cont.)
DL305 Relay Output Modules
D3-08TR
D3-16TR
8 pt. 5-30 VDC or 5-220 VAC output module, 5A/point DC or 4A/point AC, 8 Form A relays
(SPST), 2 commons (isolated), non-removable terminal, 2 user replaceable fuses
16 pt. 5-30 VDC or 5-220 VAC output module, 2A/point,16 Form A relays (SPST), 2
commons (isolated), removable terminal, no internal fuses
DL305 Analog Output Modules
F3-04DAS
F3-16AD
4 channel isolated analog output module, 12 bit resolution, ranges: 0 to 5V, 0 to 10V, -5 to
+5V, -10 to +10V, 4 to 20mA, 0 to 20mA. -750 to +750 VDC channel to channel isolation
16 channel analog input module, 12 bit resolution, ranges: -5 to +5V, -10 to +10V, 0 to
10V, 0 to 20mA. Each point can be either a voltage or current input
DL305 Analog Output Modules
F3-04DAS
4 channel isolated analog output module, 12 bit resolution, ranges: 0 to 5V, 0 to 10V, -5 to
+5V, -10 to +10V, 4 to 20mA, 0 to 20mA. -750 to +750 VDC channel to channel isolation
DL405 DC Output Modules
D4-08TD1
D4-16TD1
D4-32TD1
8 pt. 12-24 VDC current sinking output module, 2 commons (internally connected),
2A/point, 5A/common, removable terminal
16 pt. 5-24 VDC current sinking output module, 2 commons (internally connected),
0.5A/point, 3A/common, removable terminal
32 pt. 5-24 VDC current sinking output module, 4 commons (isolated), 0.2A/point,
1.6A/common. Requires one connector, sold separately
DL405 Relay Output Modules
D4-08TR
F4-08TRS-1
F4-08TRS-2
D4-16TR
8 pt. 5-30 VDC or 5-250 VAC output module, 8 Form A (SPST) relays, 2 commons
(isolated), 2A/point, 5A/common, removable terminal
8 pt. 12-30 VDC or 12-250 VAC isolated output module, 4 Form A (SPST) and 4 Form C
(SPDT) relays, 8 commons (isolated), 10A/point, 40A/module, removable terminal
8 pt. 12-30 VDC or 12-250 VAC isolated output module, 4 Form A (SPST) relays and 4 Form C
(SPDT) relays, 8 commons (isolated), 5A/point, 40A/module, replaceable fuses, removable terminals
16 pt. 5-30 VDC or 5-250 VAC output module, 8 Form A (SPST) relays, 2 commons
(isolated), 1A/point, 5A/common, removable terminals
DL405 Analog Input Modules
F4-04ADS
F4-08AD
4 channel isolated analog input module, 12 bit resolution, ranges: 0 - 5V, 0 - 10V, 1 - 5V, 5V to +5V, -10V to +10V, 0 - 20mA, 4 - 20mA
8 channel analog input module, 12 bit resolution, ranges: 4 to 20mA, 1 to 5V, 0 to 20mA, 0
to 5V, 0 to 10V, -5V to +5V, -10V to +10V
16 channel analog input module, 12 bit resolution, ranges: 0-5V, 0-10V
F4-16AD-2
DL405 Analog Output Modules
F4-04DAS-1 4 channel analog output module, 16 bit resolution, isolated, range: 4 to 20mA current sourcing
F4-04DAS-2 4 channel analog output module, 16 bit resolution, isolated, range: 0-5V, 0-10V
8 channel analog output module, 12 bit resolution, range: 0-5V or 0-10V
F4-08DA-2
16 channel analog output module, 12 bit resolution, range: 0-5V or 0-10V
F4-16DA-2
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DirectLOGIC PLC Modules for Use with GS2 AC Drives (cont.)
Terminator I/O DC Output Modules
T1K-08TD1
T1K-16TD1
8 pt. 12-24 VDC current sinking output module, 4 points per common, 1.0A/point, 2
replaceable fuses (T1K-FUSE-1). (use with T1K-08B or T1K-08B-1 terminal base)
16 pt. 12-24 VDC current sinking output module, 4 points per common, 1.0A/point, 4
replaceable fuses (T1K-FUSE-1). (use with T1K-16B or T1K-16B-1 terminal base)
Terminator I/O Relay Output Modules
T1K-08TR
8 pt. 5-30 VDC or 5-240 VAC output module, 8 Form A (SPST) relays, 4 points per common,
2.0A/point max., 2 replaceable fuses (T1K-FUSE-2). (use with T1K-08B or T1K-08B-1
terminal base)
T1K-16TR
16 pt. 5-30 VDC or 5-240 VAC output module, 16 Form A (SPST) relays, 4 points per
common, 2.0A/point max., 4 replaceable fuses (T1K-FUSE-2). (use with T1K-16B or T1K16B-1 terminal base)
T1K-08TRS
8 pt. 5-30 VDC or 5-240 VAC isolated relay output module, 8 Form A (SPST) relays, 1 point
per common, 7.0A/point max., 8 replaceable fuses (T1K-FUSE-3). (isolation requires use of
T1K-16B or T1K-16B-1 terminal base)
Terminator I/O Analog Input Modules
T1F-08AD-2
T1F-16AD-2
8 channel analog input module, 14 bit resolution (13 bit plus sign bit), range: 0-5VDC, 010VDC, +/-5VDC, +/-10VDC (Use with T1K-08B or T1K-08B-1 terminal base.)
16 channel analog input module, 14 bit resolution (13 bit plus sign bit), range: 0-5VDC, 010VDC, +/-5VDC, +/-10VDC (use with T1K-16B or T1K-16B-1 terminal base.)
Terminator I/O Analog Output Modules
T1F-08DA-2
T1F-16DA-2
8 channel analog output, 12 bit resolution, range: 0-5VDC, 0-10VDC, +/-5VDC,
+/-10VDC. (use with T1K-08B or T1K-08B-1 terminal base)
16 channel analog output, 12 bit resolution, range: 1-5VDC, 1-10VDC, +/-5VDC, +/10VDC. (use with T1K-16B or T1K-16B-1 terminal base)
Terminator I/O Analog Input/Output Modules
8 channel analog input module and 4 channel analog output module. Inputs: 14 bit resolution
T1F-8AD4DA-1 (13 bit plus sign bit), range: -20 to 20mA, 0-20mA, 4-20mA. Outputs: 12 bit resolution, range:420mA, sinking or sourcing compatible. (use with T1K-08B or T1K-08B-1 terminal base)
8 channel analog input module and 4 channel analog output module. Inputs: 14 bit resolution
T1F-8AD4DA-2 (13 bit plus sign bit), range: 0-5VDC, 0-10VDC, +/-5VDC, +/-10VDC. Outputs: 12 bit resolution,
range: 0-5VDC, 0-10VDC, +/-5VDC, +/-10VDC. (use with T1K-08B or T1K-08B-1 terminal base)
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Typical Connections to the GS2 Series AC Drive
The following drawings show some typical connections between the GS2 Series
AC Drive and DirectLOGIC PLCs and modules.
DC Output Modules
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
D0-05DD
D0-05DD-D
D0-06DD1
D0-06DD1-D
D0-10TD1
• D4-32TD1
• T1K-08TD1
• T1K-16TD1
D0-16TD1
D2-16TD1-2
D2-32TD1
D4-08TD1
D4-16TD1
L1
GS2-xxxx
L2
T1
T2
T3
L3
B1
B2
DC Output Module
+V
+24 VDC
R1
R1C
�
DI1
햲
DI2
햳
DI3
햴
DI4
햵
DI5
R1O
R2
R2C
R2O
AO
햶
DI6
ACM
C
DCM
+10V 10mA
(max)
6
AI
1
ACM
Main circuit (power) terminals
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Control circuit terminal
Shielded leads
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Isolated Analog Output Modules
• F2-02DAS-1
• F2-02DAS-2
• F4-04DAS-1
• F4-04DAS-2
L1
GS2-xxxx
L2
T1
T2
T3
L3
B1
B2
R1
R1C
DI1
R1O
DI2
R2
DI3
R2C
R2O
DI4
DI5
AO
DI6
ACM
Isolated Analog
Output Module
0 – +10V
or
4 – 20mA
or
0 – 20mA
DCM
+ I/V
- I/V
+10V 10mA
(max)
AI
1
ACM
Main circuit (power) terminals
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Shielded leads
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Non-Isolated Voltage or Sourcing Current Analog Output Modules
•
•
•
•
• F0-02AD2DA-2
• F0-04AD2DA-1
• F0-04AD2DA-2
• F2-02DAS-1
• F2-02DAS-2
• F2-08DA-1
• T1F-08DA-2
• T1F-16DA-2
• T1F-8AD4DA-1
• T1F-8AD4DA-2
F2-02DA-2
F2-08DA-2
F2-8AD4DA-1
F2-8AD4DA-2
• F4-08DA-2
• F4-16DA-2
L1
GS2-xxxx
L2
T1
T2
T3
L3
B1
B2
R1
R1C
DI1
R1O
DI2
R2
DI3
R2C
R2O
DI4
DI5
AO
DI6
Non-Isolated Voltage
or Sourcing Current
Analog Output Modules
0 – +10V
or
4 – 20mA
or
0 – 20mA
ACM
DCM
+10V 10mA
(max)
+I/+V
AI
OV
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Main circuit (power) terminals
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Control circuit terminal
Shielded leads
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INDEX
Auto Voltage Regulation; 4–45
A
Auto-torque Boost; 4–20
AC Drives - Purpose; 1–3
Accel 1 to Accel 2 Frequency Transition; 4–16
Acceleration S-Curve; 4–14
Acceleration Time; 4–13
Accessories; 2–12, A–1
AFD - Adjustable Frequency Drive; 1–3
Agency Approvals; 1–8, 2–7
Air Flow; 2–3
Ambient Conditions; 1–8, 2–2
Amps/Current
Motor Nameplate Amps; 4–11
Over-Current Stall Prevention; 4–47
Overload; 4–43
B
Base-Block Time for Speed Search; 4–48
Block Transfer Parameters; 4–58, 5–29
Braking Resistors; 2–12, A–8
C
Cables
Configuration Cables; A–25
Keypad Cables; A–25
CE; 1–8
CEC; 2–7
Analog Input
Examples; 4–34
Gain; 4–33
Loss of ACI Signal; 4–40
Offset; 4–33
Offset Polarity; 4–32
Reverse Motion Enable; 4–33
Circuit Connections Warnings & Notes; 2–6
Analog Output; 4–40
Gain; 4–40
Signal; 4–40
Communication Protocol; 4–56
Analog Parameters; 4–32
Configuration Cable; A–25
Applicable Codes; 2–7
Configuration Software; A–22
Configuration Cable; A–25
Auto Adjustable Accel/Decel; 4–46
Communicating with DirectLogic PLCs; 5–12
Communicating with Third-party Devices; 5–30
Communication Address; 4–56
Communication Connections to DL PLCs; 5–12
Communication Distribution Blocks; A–26
Communication Parameters; 4–56
Communication Transmission Speed; 4–56
Compatibility, GS2 and Direct LOGIC PLCs; B–2
Auto Restart After Fault; 4–44
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Index
Configuring/Programming the AC Drive
Keypad Configuration; 3–5
Software Configuration; A–22
Configuration Cable; A–25
Contactor; 2–6, 2–12
Contents of Drive Package; 1–3
Control Terminals & Wiring; 1–4, 2–10, 2–11
cUL; 1–8, 2–7
Current/Amps
Motor Nameplate Amps; 4–11
Over-Current Stall Prevention; 4–47
Overload; 4–43
D
DC Injection
Current Level; 4–18
during Start-up; 4–18
during Stopping; 4–18
Start-point; 4–18
Decel 1 to Decel 2 Frequency Transition; 4–16
Deceleration S-Curve; 4–15
Deceleration Time; 4–14
Default, Restore Parameters; 4–57
Desired Current; 4–31
Desired Frequency; 4–31
Dimensions; 2–4
Direction Command
Digital Input FWD/REV; 4–22
Keypad FWD/REV; 3–3
Serial Comm Direction Command; 4–59
Display Function; 4–55
Distribution Blocks, Communication; A–26
E
Electro-Magnetic Interference; 2–7
EMI; 2–7
EMI Filters; 2–12, A–10
Enclosure Rating; 1–8, 2–2
Environmental Conditions; 1–8, 2–2
Error Codes; 5–9, 6–3
Ethernet Interface; A–20
Examples
Analog Input Examples; 4–34
DL PLC Program Example for Modbus; 5–16
External Fault
External Fault, Digital Input; 4–23, 4–24
External Fault, Serial Comm; 4–60
External Parts; 1–4
Cover - lower terminals; 1–4
Cover - upper terminals; 1–4
DIP Switches; 1–4
Keypad; 1–4
Mounting Screw Holes; 1–4
Nameplate Label; 1–4
Terminals - control wiring; 1–4
Terminals - power input wiring; 1–4
Terminals - power output wiring; 1–4
Ventilation Slots; 1–4
F
DirectLOGIC Modbus PLC Programming; 5–16
Fault Codes; 6–3
DirectLOGIC PLCs; B–2
Fault Record; 4–50
DirectLogic PLCs, Communicating with; 5–12
Disable
Digital Input Disable; 4–23, 4–29
Disable PID; 4–23
Fault Reset
External DI Fault Reset; 4–23, 4–24
Keypad Fault Reset; 3–3
Serial Comm Fault Reset; 4–60
Disconnect switch; 2–6
Fault, External; 4–23, 4–24, 4–60
Display; 3–2
Filters
EMI Filters; 2–12, A–10
RF Filters; A–16
Display Parameters; 4–55
Display Frequency Scale Factor; 4–55
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Frequency
Jog Frequency; 4–41
Mid-point Frequency; 4–20
Minimum Output Frequency; 4–21
Motor Base Frequency; 4–12
PID Output Frequency Limit; 4–54
PWM Carrier Frequency; 4–21
Source of Frequency Command; 4–32
Volts/Hertz Parameters; 4–19
Keypad; 3–2
Frequency Command / Speed Reference
Serial Comm Speed Reference; 4–59
Source of Frequency Command; 4–32
Lower Bound
of Output Frequency; 4–49
Function Keys; 3–3
Fuses; 2–12, A–17
Keypad Cables; A–25
Keypad, Spare; A–25
L
Label, Nameplate Information; 1–3
LED Display; 3–2
LED Indicators; 3–2
M
Maintenance; 6–2
Manufacturer Model Information; 4–61
G
Maximum Allowable Power Loss Time; 4–48
Ground Loops; 2–6
Maximum Speed Search Current Level; 4–48
Grounding Resistance; 2–6
Memory Addresses for Parameters; 5–4
GS Series Number; 4–60
Mid-point Frequency; 4–20
GS-EDRV Ethernet Interface; A–20
Mid-point Voltage; 4–20
GSOFT Configuration Software; A–22
Configuration Cable; A–25
Minimum Clearances; 2–3
Minimum Output Frequency; 4–21
Minimum Output Voltage; 4–21
I
Modbus ASCII; 5–30
Inspection; 6–2
Annual; 6–2
Monthly; 6–2
Installation; 2–3
Air Flow; 2–3
Dimensions; 2–4
Minimum Clearances; 2–3
Modbus Communication with Third-Party
Devices; 5–30
Modbus Communications; 5–1
Modbus Connections to DL PLCs; 5–12
Modbus Control, PLC Programming; 5–16
Modbus RTU; 5–30
Model Information; 4–61
Model Number Explanation; 1–3
Inverter; 1–3
Momentary Power Loss; 4–44
J
Motor Base Frequency; 4–12
Jog Command
Digital Input Jog Command; 4–23, 4–25
Serial Comm Jog Command; 4–60
Jog Frequency; 4–41
K
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Motor Base RPM; 4–12
Motor Maximum RPM; 4–12
Motor Nameplate Amps; 4–11
Motor Nameplate Voltage; 4–11
Motor Parameters; 4–11
Motors
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Index
Single-Phase; 2–7
Three-Phase; 1–3
Mounting Screw Holes; 1–4, 2–4
Multi-Function Input Disable; 4–29
Multi-function Input Terminals; 4–22
Multi-function Output Terminals; 4–30
Multi-Speed
Auto Voltage Regulation; 4–45
Digital Input Multi-Speed Bits; 4–23, 4–25
Multi-Speed Settings; 4–42
N
Nameplate Label Information; 1–3
NEC; 2–7
NEMA Publications; 1–2
PID DI Setpoint Bits; 4–23, 4–25
PID Deviation Alarm; 4–30
PID Parameters; 4–51
Derivative Control; 4–53
Derivative Filter Time Constant; 4–54
Feedback Loss Operation; 4–54
Feedback Signal Loss Detection Time; 4–54
Input Terminal for PID Feedback; 4–51
Integral Control; 4–53
Keypad Setpoint; 4–52
Multi-setpoints; 4–52
Output Frequency Limit; 4–54
Proportional Control; 4–53
PV 100% Value; 4–52
PV Setpoint Source; 4–52
Upper Bound for Integral Control; 4–54
PID SP Digital Inputs; 4–23
O
PLC Module Typical Connections; B–7
Operation Command; 4–22
PLC Modules; B–2
Over-Current
Stall Prevention During Acceleration; 4–47
Stall Prevention During Operation; 4–47
PLC Programming for Modbus Control; 5–16
Overload; 4–43
Over-Torque
Detection Level; 4–46
Detection Mode; 4–46
Detection Time; 4–46
Over-Voltage
Stall Prevention; 4–45
P
Parameter Lock; 4–57
Parameter Memory Addresses; 5–4
Parameter Summary; 4–2
Parameters, Detailed Listings; 4–11
Restore Parameters to Default Settings; 4–57
PID
PID Deviation Alarm; 4–30
PID Deviation Level; 4–31
PID Deviation Time; 4–31
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PLCs, DirectLOGIC, Communicating with; 5–12
Potentiometer
Keypad Potentiometer; 3–3
Remote Potentiometer; 2–11
Power Terminals & Wiring; 1–4, 2–7, 2–8, 2–9,
2–11
Present Fault Record; 4–50
Preset Parameters; 4–41
Programming/Configuring the AC Drive
Keypad Configuration; 3–5
Software Configuration; A–22
Configuration Cable; A–25
Protection Parameters; 4–43
Purpose of AC Drives; 1–3
PWM Carrier Frequency; 4–21
R
Ramp Parameters; 4–13
Reactors; 2–12, A–2
Reset, Fault
Index
External DI Fault Reset; 4–23, 4–24
Keypad Fault Reset; 3–3
Serial Comm Fault Reset; 4–60
Specifications; 1–5
Resistors, Braking; 2–12, A–8
Speed Reference / Frequency Command
Serial Comm Speed Reference; 4–59
Source of Frequency Command; 4–32
Restore Parameters to Default Values; 4–57
Status Addresses; 5–9
Reverse Operation Inhibit; 4–44
Status Monitor; 5–9, 5–10
RF Filters; A–16
Status of the AC Drive
Keypad; 3–4
Serial Comm; 5–9
RPM
Motor Base RPM; 4–12
Motor Maximum RPM; 4–12
RS-232 Communication Interface; 5–12, 5–30
RS-232 Selector DIP Switches; 1–4, 5–12,
5–30
RS-232 to RS-485 Conversion; 5–13
Wiring Connections to DL PLCs; 5–12
RS-485 Communication Interface; 5–13, 5–14,
5–30
RS-232 to RS-485 Conversion; 5–13
RS-485 Comm Distribution Board; A–26
RS-485 Selector DIP Switches; 1–4, 5–13,
5–30
Wiring Connections to DL PLCs; 5–13, 5–14
Run Command
Digital Input Run Command; 4–22
Keypad Run; 3–3
Serial Comm Run Command; 4–59
Stop
Digital Input Stop; 4–22
Keypad Stop; 3–3
Stop Methods; 4–13
Supplemental Publications; 1–2
NEMA Publications; 1–2
T
Technical Support; 1–2
Three-Phase Motors; 1–3
Time Out Detection; 4–57
Time Out Duration; 4–57
Torque
Over-Torque Detection; 4–46
Torque, Constant; 3–6
Torque, Variable; 3–11
Transmission Fault Treatment; 4–57
S
Troubleshooting; 6–3
Safety Codes; 2–7
Select method for 2nd Accel/Decel; 4–16
U
Serial Comm Speed Reference; 4–59
UL; 1–8, 2–7
Short Circuit Withstand Current; 2–7
Upper Bound
for PID Integral Control; 4–54
of Output Frequency; 4–49
Single-Phase Motors; 2–7
Skip Frequency; 4–17
Skip Frequency Band; 4–17
Slip Compensation; 4–20
Software, Configuration; A–22
Configuration Cable; A–25
Source of Frequency Command; 4–32
Source of Operation Command; 4–22
Special Symbols; 1–2
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Ventilation Slots; 1–4
VFD - Variable Frequency Drive; 1–3
Voltage
Mid-point Voltage; 4–20
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Minimum Output Voltage; 4–21
Motor Nameplate Voltage; 4–11
Over-Voltage Stall Prevention; 4–45
Volts/Hertz Parameters; 4–19
Volts/Hertz Parameters; 4–19
W
Warning Messages; 6–6
Warnings & Notes - circuit connections; 2–6
Warnings & Notes - general; 1–2
Wiring & Circuit Connections; 2–6
Basic Wiring Diagram; 2–11
Control Circuit Wiring; 2–7, 2–10
Main Circuit Wiring; 2–7, 2–8, 2–9, 2–11
Serial Comm Wiring Connections; 5–12
Shielded Wiring; 2–10
Warnings; 2–6
Wiring Notes; 2–6
Wiring Connections to DL PLC Modules; B–7
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