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FDU48-300
  • FDU48-300
Marka: Emotron

Seri:EMOTRON FDU 2.0 -IP20 SERİSİ HIZ KONTROL CİHAZLARI

Model: FDU48-300

Model Birim Fiyat Birim Fiyat Adet Stok
FDU48-300360IP20160Fiyat Sorunuz: 0212 320 36 50
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Tüm güç aralığında dahili DC Şok bobini bulunmaktadır.
Tüm güç aralığında dahili Kategori C3 EMC Filtre bulunmaktadır.
Tüm güç aralığında Türkçe Dil seçeneği bulunan, kullanıcı dostu gelişmiş operatör paneli bulunmaktadır.
11 k W (Normal Şart) altı güçler için lütfen bizimle temasa geçiniz.
250 k W üzeri güçler için lütfen bizimle temasa geçiniz.
Fren kıyıcılı ürünler için lütfen bizimle temasa geçiniz.
Normal Şart (120, her 10 dakikada 1 dakika)
Ağır Şart (150, her 10 dakikada 1 dakika)


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    Emotron FDU 2.0 Variable Speed Drive Instruction manual English Software version 4.2XAddendum Addendum valid for Emotron VFX 2.0 and FDU 2.0 Variable Speed Drive New Software version 4.21 This addendum belongs to the instruction manuals with document number: 01-4428-01r2 for Emotron FDU 2.0 software version 4.2X and 01-4429-01r2 for Emotron VFX 2.0 software version 4.2X All Chapter and Menu numbers in this addendum refers to the Chapter and Menu numbers in the above listed Instruction manuals. 1. Brake acknowledge functionality Support is added for a Brake Acknowledge signal via a Following chapters have added digital input. It is monitored using a brake fault time param- parameters or selections eter. Additional output and trip/warning signals are also included. The acknowledge signal is either connected from the brake contactor or from a proximity switch on the brake. 11.5.2 Digital inputs The brake acknowledge signal can also be used to improve The Brake acknowledge function is activated by using the safety by preventing hoist falling load in case the brake is not new digital input selection- Brk Ackn in Menu [521] engaged when stopping. Digital Input 1 [521] Brake not released - Brake Fault trip 521 DigIn 1 During start and running the brake acknowledge signal is compared to the actual brake output signal and if no Stp Brk Ackn A acknowledge, i.e. brake not released, while brake output is Default: RunL high for the Brake Fault time [33H], then a Brake trip is generated. The input is not active. Off 0 Brake acknowledge input for Brake Fault Brake not engaged - Brake Warning control. Function is activated via this Brk Ackn 31 and continued operation selection (keep torque) The brake acknowledge signal is compared to the actual brake output signal at stop. If acknowledge is still active, i.e. brake not engaged, while brake output is low for the Brake Engage time [33E] then a Brake warning is generated and the torque is kept, i.e. prolonging normal brake engage mode, until brake closes or an emergency action is needed by the operator, such as setting down the load. Emotron AB 01-4934-01r1 Brake acknowledge functionality 1Addendum 11.3.4. Mechanical brake control The “Brake Fault trip time” for “Brake not released” func- tion is specified by the new parameter “33H Brk Fault”. Brake Fault trip time [33H]’ 33H Brk Fault Stp 1.00s A Default: 1.00s 0.00 - 5.00s Range Note! The Brake Fault trip time should be set to longer time than the Brake release time[33C]. The “Brake not engaged” warning is using the setting of parameter “Brake Engaged time [33E]”. Following Figure shows principle of brake operation for fault during run (left) and during stop (right). Brake Brake Brake wait Brake engage release time release time time time 33C 33C 33F 33E Start Running Torque Speed>0 Brake relay Brake acknowledge Brake Trip 33H <33H <33H Brake warning Brake Fault trip time During stop During run Principle of Brake operation for fault during run and during stop 2 Brake acknowledge functionality Emotron AB 01-4934-01r1Addendum 11.5.4 Digital Outputs [540] 12.1 Trips, warnings and limits New trip/warning message, “Brake” added and 11.5.5 Relays [550] The brake trip/warning is signalled on digital/relay outputs Trip Warning via new selections in Menus Digital Out 1-2 [541] - [542] Trip/Warning Selections (Normal/ indicators and Menu Relay 1 to 3 [551] - [55C] messages Soft) (Area D) Digital Out 1 to 2 [541] - [542] ... ... ... ... Brake Via DigIn Normal 541 DigOut 1 ... ... ... ... Stp Brk Fault A Default Ready 12.2 Trip conditions, causes and Brk Fault 88 Tripped on brake fault (not released) remedial action Warning and continued operation (keep BrkNotEn- New trip/warning message “Brake” added. 89 torque) due to Brake not engaged during gage stop. Trip Possible Remedy condition Cause 11.7.2 Status [720] .... ... ... The brake trip/warning is signalled as “Brake” in Menu - Check Brake acknowledge Warning[722] and Trip message log [810]. signal wiring to selected digital Warning [722]. Drive tripped input. on brake fault - Check programming of digital (not released) input DigIn 1-8, [520]. 722 Warnings Brake or Brake not - Check circuit breaker feeding engaged mechanical brake circuit. Stp Brake warning - Check mechanical brake if ... ... during stop acknowledge signal is wired from brake limit switch. 14 Brake - Check brake contactor. ... ... ... ... ... 11.2.7 Trip Auto reset/Trip conditions [250] The brake trip auto reset is activated and delay time is speci- fied by the new parameter in Menu Brake Fault [25V]. Brake Fault [25V] Select the preferred way to react to an alarm trip. 25V Brk Fault Stp Off A Default Off Off 0 Autoreset not activated. 1 - 3600s 1 - 3600s Brake fault auto reset delay time. Emotron AB 01-4934-01r1 Brake acknowledge functionality 3Addendum 2. Other changes In following chapters there are added functionality or New menus for advanced setup of motor modulation prop- revised selections or default value. erties (Only valid for Emotron FDU 2.0): Motor PWM [22E] 10.4 Start and stop commands New menu (PWM = Pulse Width Modulation). Added Note (this note is also valid for Fieldbus option manual) due to revised function. Earlier RunL + RunR via serial communication resulted in stop. This is now changed PWM Fswitch [22E1] to activate Bipolar mode where the sign of the reference Set the PWM switching frequency of the VSD value (with Modbus No. 42905) will give the direction. 22E1 PWM Fswitch Note! Bipolar mode is activated if both RunR and RunL is Stp 3.00kHz A active. Default: 3.00 kHz 1.50 - 6.00kHz Range 10.5 Reference signal Added Note for reference signal with Modbus number Resolution 0.01kHz 42905. Communication information Note! In Bipolar mode, then -4000... 4000h corresponds to -100%...100% of actual reference value range. Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43053 Profibus slot/index 168/212 11.2.4 Motor Data [220] Fieldbus format Long, 1=1Hz Selection “Advanced” added to menu [22A] for activation of Modbus format EInt switching frequency functions (Only valid for Emotron FDU 2.0) PWM Mode [22E2] Motor Sound [22A] 22E2 PWM Mode 22A Motor Sound Stp Standard A Stp Advanced A Default: Standard Default: F Standard 0 Standard Switching frequency and PWM mode setup Advanced 4 Sine Filter mode for use with output Sine via [22E] Sine Filt 1 Filters Communication information Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43054 Profibus slot/index 168/213 Fieldbus format UInt Modbus format UInt 4O t h e r c h a n g e s Emotron AB 01-4934-01r1Addendum PWM Random [22E3] Keyboard reference Mode[369] Changed default value from Normal to MotPot 22E3 PWM Random 369 Key Ref Mode Stp Off A Stp MotPot A Default: Off Default: Mot Pot Off 0 Random modulation is Off. Normal 0 .... Random modulation is active. Random fre- On 1 quency variation range is ± 1/8 of level set MotPot 1 .... in [E22E1]. 11.5.3 Analogue Outputs [530] Communication information Added selections in Menu [531] and [534] Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43055 AnOut1 Function [531] and AnOut 2 Function Profibus slot/index 168/214 [534] Fieldbus format UInt Added selections Speed Ref and Torque Ref Modbus format UInt 531 AnOut 1 FC Stp Speed A 11.3.5 Speed [340] Default: Speed Revised selections for menu [343]. Actual internal speed reference Value Maximum speed [343] Speed Ref 14 after ramp and V/Hz. Sets the maximum speed. The maximum speed will operate Actual torque reference value as an absolute maximum limit. This parameter is used to Torque Ref 15 (=0 in V/Hz mode) prevent damage due to high speed. The synchronous speed (Sync Speed) is determined by the motor speed [225]. 343 Max Speed Stp Sync Speed A Default: Sync Speed Synchronous speed, i.e. no load Sync Speed 0 speed, at nominal frequency. 1-24000rpm 1- 24000 Min Speed - 4 x Motor Sync Speed Communication information Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43123 Profibus slot/index 169/27 Fieldbus format Int, 1=1 rpm Modbus format UInt Note: Maximum speed [343] has priority over Min Speed [341], i.e. if [343] is set below [341] then the drive will run at [343] Max Speed with acceleration times given by [335] and [336] respectively. 11.3.7 Preset References [360] New default value in Menu [369] Emotron AB 01-4934-01r1 Other changes 5Addendum 14. Technical Data 14.1 Electrical specifications related to model New models for VFX2.0 and FDU2.0 with 480V rated voltage. The 228 Amp unit is the largest unit in frame size F available with UL approval Normal duty Heavy duty Max. (120%, 1 min every 10 min) (150%, 1 min every 10 min) output Model Frame size current Power@ Power@ Rated Power@ Power@ Rated [A] * 400 V 460 V current 400 V 460 V current [kW] [hp] [A] [kW] [hp] [A] FDU/VFX 48-228 300 110 200 228 90 150 182 F * Available during limited time and as long as allowed by drive temperature. Emotron AB, Mörsaregatan 12, SE-250 24 Helsingborg, Tel: +46 42 16 99 00, Fax: +46 42 16 99 49 www.emotron.com Emotron AB 01-4934-01r1 2009-10-30Emotron FDU 2.0 INSTRUCTION MANUAL - ENGLISH Software version 4.2x Document number: 01-4428-01 Edition: r2 Date of release: 10-06-2009 © Copyright Emotron AB 2005 - 2009 Emotron retains the right to change specifications and illustrations in the text, without prior notification. The contents of this document may not be copied without the explicit permission of Emotron AB.Safety Instructions Instruction manual Residual current device (RCD) Read this instruction manual before using the Variable compatibility Speed Drive, VSD. This product cause a DC current in the protective conduc- tor. Where a residual current device (RCD) is used for pro- tection in case of direct or indirect contact, only a Type B Handling the variable speed drive RCD is allowed on the supply side of this product. Use Installation, commissioning, demounting, taking measure- RCD of 300 mA minimum. ments, etc, of or on the variable speed drive may only be car- ried out by personnel technically qualified for the task. The installation must be carried out in accordance with local EMC Regulations standards. In order to comply with the EMC Directive, it is absolutely necessary to follow the installation instructions. All installa- tion descriptions in this manual follow the EMC Directive. Opening the variable speed drive WARNING: Always switch off the mains voltage Mains voltage selection before opening the variable speed drive and The variable speed drive may be ordered for use with the wait at least 5 minutes to allow the buffer mains voltage range listed below. capacitors to discharge. FDU40/48: 230-480 V FDU50/52: 440-525 V Always take adequate precautions before opening the varia- FDU69: 500-690 V ble speed drive. Although the connections for the control signals and the switches are isolated from the main voltage, do not touch the control board when the variable speed Voltage tests (Megger) drive is switched on. Do not carry out voltage tests (Megger) on the motor, before all the motor cables have been disconnected from the varia- ble speed drive. Precautions to be taken with a connected motor Condensation If work must be carried out on a connected motor or on the If the variable speed drive is moved from a cold (storage) driven machine, the mains voltage must always be discon- room to a room where it will be installed, condensation can nected from the variable speed drive first. Wait at least 5 occur. This can result in sensitive components becoming minutes before starting work. damp. Do not connect the mains voltage until all visible dampness has evaporated. Earthing The variable speed drive must always be earthed via the Incorrect connection mains safety earth connection. The variable speed drive is not protected against incorrect connection of the mains voltage, and in particular against Earth leakage current connection of the mains voltage to the motor outlets U, V This variable speed drive has an earth leakage current which and W. The variable speed drive can be damaged in this way. does exceed 3.5 mA AC. Therefore the minimum size of the protective earth conductor must comply with the local safety Power factor capacitors for improving regulations for high leakage current equipment which means that according the standard IEC61800-5-1 the protective cos? earth connection must be assured by one of following condi- Remove all capacitors from the motor and the motor outlet. tions: 1. Use a protective conductor with a cable cross-section of Precautions during Autoreset 2 2 at least 10 mm for copper (Cu) or 16 mm for alumin- When the automatic reset is active, the motor will restart ium (Al). automatically provided that the cause of the trip has been 2. Use an additional PE wire, with the same cable cross-sec- removed. If necessary take the appropriate precautions. tion as the used original PE and mains supply wiring. Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 1Transpor t To avoid damage, keep the variable speed drive in its original packaging during transport. This packaging is specially designed to absorb shocks during transport. IT Mains supply The variable speed drives can be modified for an IT mains supply, (non-earthed neutral), please contact your supplier for details. Heat warning Be aware of specific parts on the VSD having high temperature. DC-link residual voltage WARNING: After switching off the mains supply, dangerous voltage can still be present in the VSD. When opening the VSD for installing and/or commissioning activities wait at least 5 minutes. In case of malfunction a qualified technician should check the DC-link or wait for one hour before dismantling the VSD for repair. 2 Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2Contents Safety Instructions ......................................... 1 5. Getting Started............................................. 27 5.1 Connect the mains and motor cables ................... 27 Contents.......................................................... 3 5.1.1 Mains cables ........................................................... 27 5.1.2 Motor cables............................................................ 27 1. Introduction..................................................... 5 5.2 Using the function keys .......................................... 27 1.1 Delivery and unpacking ............................................ 5 5.3 Remote control........................................................ 28 1.2 Using of the instruction manual............................... 5 5.3.1 Connect control cables ........................................... 28 1.3 Type code number..................................................... 5 5.3.2 Switch on the mains ............................................... 28 1.4 Standards .................................................................. 6 5.3.3 Set the Motor Data.................................................. 28 1.4.1 Product standard for EMC ........................................ 6 5.3.4 Run the VSD ............................................................ 28 1.5 Dismantling and scrapping....................................... 7 5.4 Local control ............................................................ 29 1.5.1 Disposal of old electrical and electronic equipment .. 5.4.1 Switch on the mains ............................................... 29 7 5.4.2 Select manual control............................................. 29 1.6 Glossary ..................................................................... 8 5.4.3 Set the Motor Data.................................................. 29 1.6.1 Abbreviations and symbols....................................... 8 5.4.4 Enter a Reference Value......................................... 29 1.6.2 Definitions.................................................................. 8 5.4.5 Run the VSD ............................................................ 29 2. Mounting ......................................................... 9 6. Applications.................................................. 31 2.1 Lifting instructions..................................................... 9 6.1 Application overview ............................................... 31 2.2 Stand-alone units .................................................... 10 6.1.1 Pumps...................................................................... 31 2.2.1 Cooling ..................................................................... 10 6.1.2 Fans ......................................................................... 31 2.2.2 Mounting schemes.................................................. 11 6.1.3 Compressors ........................................................... 32 2.3 Cabinet mounting.................................................... 13 6.1.4 Blowers .................................................................... 32 2.3.1 Cooling ..................................................................... 13 2.3.2 Mounting schemes.................................................. 13 7. Main Features .............................................. 33 3. Installation ................................................... 15 7.1 Parameter sets........................................................ 33 7.1.1 One motor and one parameter set ........................ 34 3.1 Before installation................................................... 15 7.1.2 One motor and two parameter sets....................... 34 3.2 Cable connections for 003 to 073......................... 15 7.1.3 Two motors and two parameter sets ..................... 34 3.2.1 Mains cables ........................................................... 15 7.1.4 Autoreset at trip ...................................................... 34 3.2.2 Motor cables............................................................ 16 7.1.5 Reference priority.................................................... 34 3.3 Connect motor and mains cables for 090 to 1500.... 18 7.1.6 Preset references.................................................... 35 3.4 Cable specifications................................................ 19 7.2 Remote control functions ....................................... 35 3.5 Stripping lengths ..................................................... 19 7.3 Performing an Identification Run........................... 37 3.5.1 Dimension of cables and fuses.............................. 19 7.4 Using the Control Panel Memory............................ 37 3.5.2 Tightening torque for mains and motor cables..... 19 7.5 Load Monitor and Process Protection [400]......... 38 3.6 Thermal protection on the motor ........................... 20 7.5.1 Load Monitor [410]................................................. 38 3.7 Motors in parallel .................................................... 20 7.6 Pump function ......................................................... 40 7.6.1 Introduction ............................................................. 40 4. Control Connections.................................... 21 7.6.2 Fixed MASTER ......................................................... 41 4.1 Control board........................................................... 21 7.6.3 Alternating MASTER ................................................ 41 4.2 Terminal connections ............................................. 22 7.6.4 Feedback 'Status' input .......................................... 41 4.3 Inputs configuration 7.6.5 Fail safe operation .................................................. 42 with the switches..................................................... 22 7.6.6 PID control ............................................................... 43 4.4 Connection example ............................................... 23 7.6.7 Wiring Alternating Master....................................... 44 4.5 Connecting the Control Signals.............................. 24 7.6.8 Checklist And Tips................................................... 45 4.5.1 Cables ...................................................................... 24 7.6.9 Functional Examples of Start/Stop Transitions .... 46 4.5.2 Types of control signals .......................................... 25 4.5.3 Screening................................................................. 25 8. EMC and Machine Directive........................ 49 4.5.4 Single-ended or double-ended connection? ......... 25 8.1 EMC standards........................................................ 49 4.5.5 Current signals ((0)4-20 mA).................................. 26 8.2 Stop categories and emergency stop .................... 49 4.5.6 Twisted cables......................................................... 26 9. Operation via the Control Panel.................. 51 4.6 Connecting options ................................................. 26 Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 39.1 General .................................................................... 51 11.6 Logical Functions and Timers [600] .................... 131 9.2 The control panel .................................................... 51 11.6.1 Comparators [610] ............................................... 131 9.2.1 The display............................................................... 51 11.6.2 Logic Output Y [620]............................................. 135 9.2.2 Indications on the display....................................... 52 11.6.3 Logic Output Z [630]............................................. 137 9.2.3 LED indicators ......................................................... 52 11.6.4 Timer1 [640] ......................................................... 138 9.2.4 Control keys............................................................. 52 11.6.5 Timer2 [650] ......................................................... 140 9.2.5 The Toggle and Loc/Rem Key ................................ 52 11.7 View Operation/Status [700] ............................... 141 9.2.6 Function keys .......................................................... 54 11.7.1 Operation [710]..................................................... 141 9.3 The menu structure................................................. 54 11.7.2 Status [720] .......................................................... 143 9.3.1 The main menu ....................................................... 54 11.7.3 Stored values [730] .............................................. 146 9.4 Programming during operation .............................. 55 11.8 View Trip Log [800] ............................................... 147 9.5 Editing values in a menu ........................................ 55 11.8.1 Trip Message log [810]......................................... 147 9.6 Copy current parameter to all sets ........................ 55 11.8.2 Trip Messages [820] - [890] ................................ 148 9.7 Programming example............................................ 56 11.8.3 Reset Trip Log [8A0] ............................................. 149 11.9 System Data [900]................................................ 149 10. Serial communication ................................. 57 11.9.1 VSD Data [920] ..................................................... 149 10.1 Modbus RTU ............................................................ 57 12. Troubleshooting, Diagnoses and Mainte- 10.2 Parameter sets........................................................ 57 nance 151 10.3 Motor data ............................................................... 58 10.4 Start and stop commands...................................... 58 12.1 Trips, warnings and limits..................................... 151 10.5 Reference signal ..................................................... 58 12.2 Trip conditions, causes and remedial action ...... 152 10.6 Description of the EInt formats .............................. 58 12.2.1 Technically qualified personnel............................ 152 12.2.2 Opening the variable speed drive ........................ 152 11. Functional Description................................ 63 12.2.3 Precautions to take with a connected motor ...... 152 11.1 Preferred View [100]............................................... 63 12.2.4 Autoreset Trip ........................................................ 152 11.1.1 1st Line [110].......................................................... 63 12.3 Maintenance ......................................................... 155 11.1.2 2nd Line [120] ........................................................ 64 13. Options........................................................ 157 11.2 Main Setup [200].................................................... 64 11.2.1 Operation [210]....................................................... 64 13.1 Options for the control panel................................ 157 11.2.2 Remote Signal Level/Edge [21A]........................... 67 13.2 EmoSoftCom.......................................................... 157 11.2.3 Mains supply voltage [21B].................................... 67 13.3 Brake chopper....................................................... 157 11.2.4 Motor Data [220] .................................................... 67 13.4 I/O Board ............................................................... 159 11.2.5 Motor Protection [230] ........................................... 71 13.5 Output coils ........................................................... 159 11.2.6 Parameter Set Handling [240]............................... 74 13.6 Serial communication and fieldbus..................... 159 11.2.7 Trip Autoreset/Trip Conditions [250]..................... 76 13.7 Standby supply board option................................ 159 11.2.8 Serial Communication [260] .................................. 82 13.8 Safe Stop option.................................................... 159 11.3 Process and Application Parameters [300] .......... 85 13.9 Encoder.................................................................. 161 11.3.1 Set/View Reference Value [310] ........................... 85 13.10 PTC/PT100 ............................................................ 161 11.3.2 Process Settings [320] ........................................... 86 14. Technical Data ........................................... 163 11.3.3 Start/Stop settings [330] ....................................... 90 14.1 Electrical specifications related to model ........... 163 11.3.4 Mechanical brake control....................................... 93 14.2 General electrical specifications.......................... 167 11.3.5 Speed [340]............................................................. 95 14.3 Operation at higher temperatures ....................... 168 11.3.6 Torques [350].......................................................... 98 14.4 Operation at higher switching frequency............. 168 11.3.7 Preset References [360] ........................................ 99 14.5 Dimensions and Weights...................................... 169 11.3.8 PID Process Control [380] .................................... 100 14.6 Environmental conditions..................................... 170 11.3.9 Pump/Fan Control [390] ...................................... 104 14.7 Fuses, cable cross-sections and glands.............. 171 11.4 Load Monitor and Process Protection [400]....... 110 14.7.1 According IEC ratings ............................................ 171 11.4.1 Load Monitor [410]............................................... 110 14.7.2 Fuses and cable dimensions according NEMA ratings 11.4.2 Process Protection [420]...................................... 114 173 11.5 I/Os and Virtual Connections [500]..................... 115 14.8 Control signals....................................................... 175 11.5.1 Analogue Inputs [510] .......................................... 115 11.5.2 Digital Inputs [520] ............................................... 122 15. Menu List .................................................... 177 11.5.3 Analogue Outputs [530] ....................................... 124 Index ........................................................... 185 11.5.4 Digital Outputs [540] ............................................ 127 11.5.5 Relays [550] .......................................................... 129 11.5.6 Virtual Connections [560]..................................... 130 4 Emotron AB 01-4428-01r21. Introduction FDU is used most commonly to control and protect pump 1.1 Delivery and unpacking and fan applications that put high demands on flow control, Check for any visible signs of damage. Inform your supplier process uptime and low maintenance costs. It can also be immediately of any damage found. Do not install the varia- used for e.g. compressors and blowers. The used motor con- ble speed drive if damage is found. trol method is V/Hz-control. Several options are available, listed in chapter 13. page 157, that enable you to customize The variable speed drives are delivered with a template for the variable speed drive for your specific needs. positioning the fixing holes on a flat surface. Check that all items are present and that the type number is correct. NOTE: Read this instruction manual carefully before starting installation, connection or working with the 1.2 Using of the instruction variable speed drive. manual The following symbols can appear in this manual. Always Within this instruction manual the abbreviation “VSD” is read these first before continuing: used to indicate the complete variable speed drive as a single unit. NOTE: Additional information as an aid to avoid Check that the software version number on the first page of problems. this manual matches the software version in the variable speed drive. CAUTION: Failure to follow these instructions With help of the index and the contents it is easy to track can result in malfunction or damage to the individual functions and to find out how to use and set ! variable speed drive. them. The Quick Setup Card can be put in a cabinet door, so that WARNING: Failure to follow these instructions it is always easy to access in case of an emergency. can result in serious injury to the user in addition to serious damage to the variable speed drive. 1.3 Type code number HOT SURFACE: Failure to follow these Fig. 1 gives an example of the type code numbering used on instructions can result in injury to the user. all variable speed drives. With this code number the exact type of the drive can be determined. This identification will be required for type specific information when mounting and installing. The code number is located on the product Users label, on the front of the unit. This instruction manual is intended for: • installation engineers FDU48-175-54 C E – – – A – N N N N A N – • maintenance engineers Position number: 1 2 3 4 56789101112131415161718 •operators Fig. 1 Type code number • service engineers Position Position Motors for 003- for 060- Configuration The variable speed drive is suitable for use with standard 3- 046 1500 phase asynchronous motors. Under certain conditions it is FDU possible to use other types of motors. Contact your supplier 11V S D t y p e VFX for details. 40/48=400 V mains 22S u p p l y v o l t a g e 50/52=525 V mains 69=690 V mains -003=2.5 A Rated current (A) 33 - continuous -1500=1500 A Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Introduction 51.4 Standards Position Position for 003- for 060- Configuration The variable speed drives described in this instruction man- 046 1500 ual comply with the standards listed in Table 1. For the dec- larations of conformity and manufacturer’s certificate, 20=IP20 44P r o t e c t i o n c l a s s contact your supplier for more information or visit 54=IP54 www.emotron.com. –=Blank panel 5 5 Control panel C=Standard panel 1.4.1Product standard for EMC E=Standard EMC (Category C3) Product standard EN(IEC)61800-3, second edition of 2004 6 6 EMC option F=Extended EMC defines the: (Category C2) First Environment (Extended EMC) as environment that I=IT-Net includes domestic premises. It also includes establishments –=No chopper directly connected without intermediate transformers to a Brake chopper 77 B=Chopper built in low voltage power supply network that supplies buildings option D=DC+/- interface used for domestic purposes. Stand-by power sup- –=No SBS Category C2: Power Drive System (PDS) of rated volt- 88 ply option S=SBS included age<1.000 V, which is neither a plug in device nor a movable Safe stop option –=No safe stop device and, when used in the first environment, is intended -9 (Not valid for T=Safe stop incl. to be installed and commissioned only by a professional. 003-046) (Only 090-1500) Second environment (Standard EMC) includes all other 91 0 B r a n d l a b e l A = E m o t r o n establishments. Painted VSD A=Standard paint Category C3: PDS of rated voltage <1.000 V, intended for 10 - (Only valid for B=White paint use in the second environment and not intended for use in 003-046) RAL9010 the first environment. A=Standard Category C4: PDS or rated voltage equal or above 1.000 V, Coated boards, 11 11 boards option or rated current equal to or above 400 A, or intended for use V=Coated boards in complex systems in the second environment. 12 12 Option position 1 N=No option The variable speed drive complies with the product standard C=Crane I/O 13 13 Option position 2 EN(IEC) 61800-3:2004 (Any kind of metal screened cable E=Encoder may be used). The standard variable speed drive is designed P=PTC/PT100 to meet the requirements according to category C3. I=Extended I/O 14 14 Option position 3 S=Safe Stop (only By using the optional “Extended EMC” filter the VSD ful- 003-046) fils requirements according to category C2, N=No option D=DeviceNet WARNING: In a domestic environment this Option position, com- 15 15 P=Profibus product may cause radio interference, in munication S=RS232/485 which case it may be necessary to take M=Modbus/TCP adequate additional measures. 16 16 Software type A=Standard Motor PTC. (Only N=No option WARNING: The standard VSD, complying with 17 17 valid for 003-046) P=PTC category C3, is not intended to be used on a low-voltage public network which supplies –=Glands not Gland kit. domestic premises; radio interference is included 18 18 (Only valid for 003- expected if used in such a network. Contact G=Gland kit 046) your supplier if you need additional included measures. CAUTION: In order to comply fully with the standards stated in the Manufacturer’s ! Declaration ANNEX IIB, the installation instructions detailed in this instruction manual must be followed to the letter. 6Introduction Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2Ta b l e 1 St a n d a rd s Market Standard Description Machine Directive 98/37/EEC EMC Directive 2004/108/EEC European Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC WEEE Directive 2002/96/EC Safety of machinery - Electrical equipment of machines Part 1: General requirements. EN 60204-1 Machine Directive: Manufacturer’s certificate acc. to Appendix IIB Adjustable speed electrical power drive systems Part 3: EMC requirements and specific test methods. EN(IEC)61800-3:2004 EMC Directive: Declaration of Conformity and CE marking Adjustable speed electrical power drive systems Part 5-1. All EN(IEC)61800-5-1 Ed. Safety requirements - Electrical, thermal and energy. 2.0 Low Voltage Directive: Declaration of Conformity and CE marking Classification of environmental conditions. Air quality chemical vapours, unit in operation. Chemical gases 3C1, Solid particles 3S2. IEC 60721-3-3 Optional with coated boards Unit in operation. Chemical gases Class 3C2, Solid particles 3S2. UL508C UL Safety standard for Power Conversion Equipment UL Safety standard for Power Conversion Equipment power conversion equip- USA ?90 A only ment. UL and UL UL 840 Insulation coordination including clearances and creepage distances for electri- cal equipment. Russian GOST R For all sizes for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. By 1.5 Dismantling and scrapping ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help The enclosures of the drives are made from recyclable mate- prevent potentially negative consequences for the environ- rial as aluminium, iron and plastic. Each drive contains a ment and human health, which could otherwise be caused number of components demanding special treatment, for by inappropriate waste handling of this product. The recy- example electrolytic capacitors. 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It must be taken to the applicable collection point Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Introduction 7 1.6.2 Definitions 1.6 Glossary In this manual the following definitions for current, torque and frequency are used: 1.6.1Abbreviations and symbols Table 3 Definitions In this manual the following abbreviations are used: Name Description Quantity Table 2 Abbreviations I Nominal input current of VSD A IN RMS Abbreviation/ Description symbol I Nominal output current of VSD A NOM RMS I Nominal motor current A DSP Digital signals processor MOT RMS P Nominal power of VSD kW VSD Variable speed drive NOM P Motor power kW Control panel, the programming and presen- MOT CP tation unit on the VSD T Nominal torque of motor Nm NOM EInt Communication format T Motor torque Nm MOT UInt Communication format f Output frequency of VSD Hz OUT Int Communication format f Nominal frequency of motor Hz MOT Long Communication format n Nominal speed of motor rpm MOT I Maximum output current A CL RMS The function cannot be changed in run mode Speed Actual motor speed rpm Torque Actual motor torque Nm Sync Synchronous speed of the motor rpm speed 8Introduction Emotron AB 01-4428-01r22. Mounting This chapter describes how to mount the VSD. Recommended for VSD models -300 to -1500 Before mounting it is recommended that the installation is planned out first. • Be sure that the VSD suits the mounting location. • The mounting site must support the weight of the VSD. • Will the VSD continuously withstand vibrations and/or Lifting eye shocks? • Consider using a vibration damper. • Check ambient conditions, ratings, required cooling air flow, compatibility of the motor, etc. • Know how the VSD will be lifted and transported. 2.1 Lifting instructions Note: To prevent personal risks and any damage to the unit during lifting, it is advised that the lifting methods described below are used. Recommended for VSD models -090 to -250 Fig. 3 Remove the roof plate. Load: 56 to 74 kg Terminals for roof fan unit supply cables A DETAIL A Fig. 4 Remove roof unit Fig. 2 Lifting VSD model -090 to -250 Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Mounting 92.2 Stand-alone units The VSD must be mounted in a vertical position against a flat surface. Use the template (delivered together with the VSD) to mark out the position of the fixing holes. Fig. 6 Variable speed drive mounting models 003 to 1500 2.2.1 Cooling Fig. 6 shows the minimum free space required around the VSD for the models 003 to 1500 in order to guarantee ade- quate cooling. Because the fans blow the air from the bot- tom to the top it is advisable not to position an air inlet immediately above an air outlet. The following minimum separation between two variable speed drives, or a VSD and a non-dissipating wall must be maintained. Valid if free space on opposite side. Table 4 Mounting and cooling 300-1500 003-018 026-046 090-250 cabinet a 200 200 200 100 b 200 200 200 0 FDU-FDU Fig. 5 Lifting VSD model -300 to -1500 (mm) c00 00 d00 00 a 100 100 100 100 FDU-wall, b 100 100 100 0 wall-one side c00 00 (mm) d00 00 NOTE: When a 300 to 1500 model is placed between two walls, a minimum distance at each side of 200 mm must be maintained. 10 Mounting Emotron AB 01-4428-01r22.2.2 Mounting schemes 128,5 24,8 128.5 37 Ø1 3 ( 2 x ) Ø 13 (2x) Ø 7 (4x) 202.6 Fig. 7 FDU48/52: Model 003 to 018 (B) Glands Gland M20 M16 Ø7 ( 4 x ) Gland 178 M25 Glands M32 Fig. 10 FDU48/52: Model 026 to 046 (C) Fig. 8 FDU48/52: Model 003 to 018 (B) Gland Glands M25 (026-031) M20 M32 (037-046) Glands M32 (026-031) M40 (037-046) Fig. 9 FDU48/52: Model 003 to 018 (B), with optional gland plate NOTE: Glands for size B and C available as option kit. Fig. 11 Cable interface for mains, motor and communication, FDU48/52: Model 026 to 046 (C) Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Mounting 11 292,1 416 396 10 512 492 10Ø 7 (4x) Ø 13 (2x) 30 160 Membrane cable gland M60 284,5 22,5 240 275 120 314 220 Fig. 14 FDU48: Model 090 to 175 (E) including cable inter- face for mains, motor and communication Fig. 12 FDU40/50: Model 046 - 073 (X2) External Interface Glands M20 Glands M40 Fig. 13 Cable interface for mains, motor and communication, FDU40/50: Model 046 - 073 (X2). 12 Mounting Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 570 10 590 925 10 Ø16(3) Ø9(6x) 952,50 922,50 30Table 5 Flow rates cooling fans 3 Frame FDU Model Flow rate [m /hour] Cable dimensions 27-66 mm J 860 - 1000 3200 J69 600 - 650 K 1200 - 1500 4800 22.50 300 344,5 K69 750 - 1000 150 335 NOTE: For the models 860 to 1500 the mentioned amount of air flow should be divided equally over the two cabinets. 2.3.2 Mounting schemes 314 2330 Fig. 15 FDU48: Model 210 to 250 (F) FDU69: Model 90 to 175 (F69) including cable interface for mains, motor and communication 2.3 Cabinet mounting 2.3.1 Cooling If the variable speed drive is installed in a cabinet, the rate of airflow supplied by the cooling fans must be taken into con- sideration. 600 600 Table 5 Flow rates cooling fans Fig. 16 FDU48: Model 300 to 500 (G and H) 3 FDU69: Model 210 to 375 (H69) Frame FDU Model Flow rate [m /hour] B003-018 75 C 026 – 031 120 C 037 - 046 170 E 090 - 175 510 F 210 - 250 800 F69 090 - 175 G 300 - 375 1020 H 430 - 500 1600 H69 210 - 375 I 600 - 750 2400 I69 430 - 500 Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Mounting 13 925 10 Ø16(3x) Ø9(x6) 952,50 922,50 302330 2330 600 600 1200 1000 Fig. 17 FDU48: Model 600 to 750 (I) Fig. 18 FDU48: Model 860 to 1000 (J) FDU69: Model 430 to 500 (I69) FDU69: Model 600 to 650 (J69) 2330 600 2000 Fig. 19 FDU48: Model 1200 to 1500 (K) FDU69: Model 750 to 1000 (K69) 14 Mounting Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2R V W L1 L2 L3 DC-DC+ U 3. Installation The description of installation in this chapter complies with Connect the mains cables according to fig. 20 or 21. The the EMC standards and the Machine Directive. VSD has as standard a built-in RFI mains filter that com- plies with category C3 which suits the Second Environment Select cable type and screening according to the EMC standard. requirements valid for the environment where the VSD is installed. 3.1 Before installation W U V DC- DC+ R Read the following checklist and think through your appli- L3 L1 L2 cation before installation. • External or internal control. • Long motor cables (>100m), refer to section Long motor cables. • Motors in parallel, refer to menu [213]. • Functions. • Suitable VSD size in proportion to the motor/applica- tion. Screen connection PE • Mount separately supplied option boards according to of motor cables the instructions in the appropriate option manual. If the VSD is temporarily stored before being connected, Fig. 20 Mains and motor connections, 003-018 please check the technical data for environmental condi- tions. If the VSD is moved from a cold storage room to the room where it is to be installed, condensation can form on it. Allow the VSD to become fully acclimatised and wait until any visible condensation has evaporated before con- necting the mains voltage. 3.2 Cable connections for 003 to 073 3.2.1 Mains cables Dimension the mains and motor cables according to local PE regulations. The cable must be able to carry the VSD load current. Screen connection of motor cables Recommendations for selecting mains cables Fig. 21 Mains and motor connections, 026-046 • To fulfil EMC purposes it is not necessary to use screened mains cables. Table 6 Mains and motor connection • Use heat-resistant cables, +60°C or higher. L1,L2,L3 Mains supply, 3 -phase PE Safety earth (protected earth) • Dimension the cables and fuses in accordance with local regulations and the nominal current of the motor. See Motor earth table 50, page 171. Motor output, 3-phase U, V, W • The litz ground connection see fig. 23, is only necessary Brake resistor, DC-link (DC-),DC+,R if the mounting plate is painted. All the variable speed connections (optional) drives have an unpainted back side and are therefore suitable for mounting on an unpainted mounting plate. Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Installation 15Connect the motor cables according to U - U, V - V and NOTE: The Brake and DC-link Terminals are only fitted if W - W, see Fig. 20 and Fig. 21. the Brake Chopper Option is built-in. NOTE: The terminals DC-, DC+ and R are options. WARNING: The Brake Resistor must be connected between terminals DC+ and R. Switches between the motor and the VSD WARNING: In order to work safely, the mains If the motor cables are to be interrupted by maintenance earth must be connected to PE and the switches, output coils, etc., it is necessary that the screening motor earth to . is continued by using metal housing, metal mounting plates, etc. as shown in the Fig. 23. Fig. 24 shows an example when there is no metal mounting 3.2.2 Motor cables plate used (e.g. if IP54 variable speed drives are used). It is To comply with the EMC emission standards the variable important to keep the “circuit” closed, by using metal hous- speed drive is provided with a RFI mains filter. The motor ing and cable glands. cables must also be screened and connected on both sides. In this way a so-called “Faraday cage” is created around the VSD, motor cables and motor. The RFI currents are now fed back to their source (the IGBTs) so the system stays Screen connection within the emission levels. of signal cables Recommendations for selecting motor cables • Use screened cables according to specification in table 7. Use symmetrical shielded cable; three phase conductors and a concentric or otherwise symmetrically constructed PE conductor, and a shield. • When the conductivity of the cable PE conductor is <50% of the conductivity of the phase conductor, a sep- PE arate PE conductor is required. • Use heat-resistant cables, +60°C or higher. • Dimension the cables and fuses in accordance with the nominal output current of the motor. See table 50, page 171. Motor cable • Keep the motor cable between VSD and motor as short shield connection as possible. Fig. 22 Screen connection of cables. • The screening must be connected with a large contact surface of preferable 360° and always at both ends, to Pay special attention to the following points: the motor housing and the VSD housing. When painted • If paint must be removed, steps must be taken to prevent mounting plates are used, do not be afraid to scrape subsequent corrosion. Repaint after making connections! away the paint to obtain as large contact surface as possi- ble at all mounting points for items such as saddles and • The fastening of the whole variable speed drive housing the bare cable screening. Relying just on the connection must be electrically connected with the mounting plate made by the screw thread is not sufficient. over an area which is as large as possible. For this purpose the removal of paint is necessary. An alternative method is to connect the variable speed drive housing to the NOTE: It is important that the motor housing has the mounting plate with as short a length of litz wire as pos- same earth potential as the other parts of the machine. sible. • The litz ground connection, see fig. 24, is only necessary • Try to avoid interruptions in the screening wherever pos- if the mounting plate is painted. All the variable speed sible. drives have an unpainted back side and are therefore • If the variable speed drive is mounted in a standard cabi- suitable for mounting on an unpainted mounting plate. net, the internal wiring must comply with the EMC standard. Fig. 23 shows an example of a VSD built into a cabinet. 16 Installation Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2Connect motor cables VSD built into cabinet 1. Remove the cable interface plate from the VSD housing. 2. Put the cables through the glands. 3. Strip the cable according to Table 8. VSD RFI-Filter 4. Connect the stripped cables to the respective motor ter- (option) Motor minal. Mains 5. Put the cable interface plate in place and secure with the fixing screws. Metal EMC cable glands 6. Tighten the EMC gland with good electrical contact to the motor and brake chopper cable screens. Litz Output coil (option) Placing of motor cables Keep the motor cables as far away from other cables as possi- Screened cables ble, especially from control signals. The minimum distance between motor cables and control cables is 300 mm. Unpainted mounting plate Avoid placing the motor cables in parallel with other cables. The power cables should cross other cables at an angle of Metal connector housing 90°. Long motor cables Mains Metal coupling Motor (L1,L2,L3,PE) nut If the connection to the motor is longer than 100 m (40 m for models 003-018), it is possible that capacitive current Brake resistor peaks will cause tripping at overcurrent. Using output coils (option) can prevent this. Contact the supplier for appropriate coils. Fig. 23 Variable speed drive in a cabinet on a mounting plate Switching in motor cables Switching in the motor connections is not advisable. In the Fig. 24 shows an example when there is no metal mounting event that it cannot be avoided (e.g. emergency or mainte- plate used (e.g. if IP54 variable speed drives are used). It is nance switches) only switch if the current is zero. If this is important to keep the “circuit” closed, by using metal hous- not done, the VSD can trip as a result of current peaks. ing and cable glands. VSD RFI-Filter Mains Metal EMC cable glands Screened cables Metal housing Brake Output resistor coils (option) (option) Metal connector housing Metal cable gland Motor Mains Fig. 24 Variable speed drive as stand alone Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Installation 17VSD model 300 to 1500 3.3 Connect motor and mains cables for 090 to 1500 VSD FDU48-090 to 250 and FDU69-090 to 175 To simplify the connection of thick motor and mains cables to the VSD model FDU48-090 to 250 and FDU69-090 to 175 the cable interface plate can be removed. L1 L2 L3 PE PE U V W Clamps for screening Cable interface Fig. 25 Connecting motor and mains cables 1. Remove the cable interface plate from the VSD housing. 2. Put the cables through the glands. 3. Strip the cable according to Table 8. 4. Connect the stripped cables to the respective mains/ motor terminal. Fig. 26 Connecting motor and mains cables 5. Fix the clamps on appropriate place and tighten the cable in the clamp with good electrical contact to the cable screen. VSD models 300 to 1500 are supplied with Klockner Moel- 6. Put the cable interface plate in place and secure with the ler K3x240/4 power clamps. fixing screws. For all type of wires to be connected the stripping length should be 32 mm. 18 Installation Emotron AB 01-4428-01r23.5.2 Tightening torque for mains 3.4 Cable specifications and motor cables Table 7 Cable specifications Table 9 Model FDU48/52 003 to 046 Cable Cable specification Brake chopper Mains/motor Power cable suitable for fixed installation for the Mains voltage used. Tightening torque, Nm 1.2-1.4 1.2-1.4 Symmetrical three conductor cable with concen- tric protection (PE) wire or a four conductor cable Table 10 Model FDU40/50 060 to 073 Motor with compact low-impedance concentric shield for the voltage used. All cables 60 A All cables 73 A Control cable with low-impedance shield, Tightening torque, Nm 1.5 3.2 Control screened. Table 11 Model FDU48 090 to 109 Brake chopper Mains/motor 3.5 Stripping lengths Fig. 27 indicates the recommended stripping lengths for 2 Block, mm 95 95 motor and mains cables. 2 Cable diameter, mm 16-95 16-95 Table 8 Stripping lengths for mains and motor cables Tightening torque, Nm 14 14 Mains cable Motor cable Table 12 Model FDU48 146 to 175 Model a b a b c Brake chopper Mains/motor (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) 2 Block, mm 95 150 003-018 90 10 90 10 20 2 Cable diameter, mm 16-95 35-95 120-150 026–046 150 14 150 14 20 Tightening torque, Nm 14 14 24 060–073 130 11 130 11 34 090-175 160 16 160 16 41 Table 13 Model FDU48 210 to 250 and FDU69 090 to FDU48-210–250 175 170 24 170 24 46 FDU69-090-175 Brake chopper Mains/motor 2 Block, mm 150 240 2 Cable diameter, mm 35-95 120-150 35-70 95-240 Tightening torque, Nm 14 24 14 24 Mains Motor (06-F45-cables only) Fig. 27 Stripping lengths for cables 3.5.1 Dimension of cables and fuses Please refer to the chapter Technical data, section 14.7, page 171. Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Installation 193.6 Thermal protection on the motor Standard motors are normally fitted with an internal fan. The cooling capacity of this built-in fan is dependent on the frequency of the motor. At low frequency, the cooling capac- ity will be insufficient for nominal loads. Please contact the motor supplier for the cooling characteristics of the motor at lower frequency. WARNING: Depending on the cooling characteristics of the motor, the application, the speed and the load, it may be necessary to use forced cooling on the motor. Motor thermistors offer better thermal protection for the motor. Depending on the type of motor thermistor fitted, the optional PTC input may be used. The motor thermistor gives a thermal protection independent of the speed of the motor, thus of the speed of the motor fan. See the functions, 2 2 Motor I t type [231] and Motor I t current [232]. 3.7 Motors in parallel It is possible to have motors in parallel as long as the total current does not exceed the nominal value of the VSD. The following has to be taken into account when setting the motor data: Menu [221] The motors in parallel must have the Motor Voltage: same motor voltage. Menu [222] The motors in parallel must have the Motor Frequency: same motor frequency. Menu [223] Add the motor power values for the Motor Power: motors in parallel. Menu [224] Add the current for the motors in parallel. Motor Current: Menu [225] Set the average speed for the motors in Motor Speed: parallel. Menu [227] Set the average Cos PHI value for the Motor Cos PHI: motors in parallel. 20 Installation Emotron AB 01-4428-01r24. Control Connections 4.1 Control board WARNING: Always switch off the mains voltage and wait at least 5 minutes to allow Fig. 28 shows the layout of the control board which is where the DC capacitors to discharge before the parts most important to the user are located. Although connecting the control signals or changing the control board is galvanically isolated from the mains, for position of any switches. If the option External supply is safety reasons do not make changes while the mains supply used, switch of the mains to the option. This is done to is on! prevent damage on the control board. X5 X6 X7 1 2 3 X4 Option C Communication Control Panel Switches S3 S4 I S1 II S2 I U U U U Control signals R02 12 22 42 43 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 41 Relay outputs AO1 AO2 DI4 DI5 DI6 DI7 DO1 DO2 DI8 NC C NO 31 32 33 X1 2345678910 51 52 1 11 X2 NC C NO NO C +10V AI1 AI2 AI3 AI4 -10V DI1 DI2 DI3 +24V X3 R01 R03 Fig. 28 Control board layout Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Control Connections 21 X8Table 14 Control signals 4.2 Terminal connections The terminal strip for connecting the control signals is Terminal Name Function (Default) accessible after opening the front panel. 41 N/C 2 Relay 2 output The table describes the default functions for the signals. The 42 COM 2 Run, active when the VSD is inputs and outputs are programmable for other functions as started. described in chapter 11. page 63. For signal specifications 43 N/O 2 refer to chapter 14. page 163. 51 COM 3 Relay 3 output Off 52 N/O 3 NOTE: The maximum total combined current for outputs 11, 20 and 21 is 100mA. NOTE: N/C is opened when the relay is active and N/O is closed when the relay is active. Table 14 Control signals Terminal Name Function (Default) 4.3 Inputs configuration Outputs with the switches 1 +10 V +10 VDC supply voltage The switches S1 to S4 are used to set the input configuration 6 -10 V -10 VDC supply voltage for the 4 analogue inputs AnIn1, AnIn2, AnIn3 and AnIn4 7 Common Signal ground as described in table 15. See Fig. 28 for the location of the 11 +24 V +24 VDC supply voltage switches. 12 Common Signal ground Table 15 Switch settings 15 Common Signal ground Input Signal type Switch Digital inputs S1 I U Voltage 8D i g I n 1 R u n L ( r e v e r s e ) AnIn1 9D i g I n 2 R u n R ( f o r w a r d ) S1 I U Current (default) 10 DigIn 3 Off S2 I U Voltage 16 DigIn 4 Off AnIn2 17 DigIn 5 Off S2 I U Current (default) 18 DigIn 6 Off S3 I U Voltage 19 DigIn 7 Off AnIn3 22 DigIn 8 RESET S3 I U Current (default) Digital outputs S4 I U 20 DigOut 1 Ready Voltage AnIn4 21 DigOut 2 Brake S4 I U Current (default) Analogue inputs 2A n I n 1 P r o c e s s R e f NOTE: Scaling and offset of AnIn1 - AnIn4 can be 3A n I n 2 O f f configured using the software. See menus [512], [515], [518] and [51B] in section 11.5, page 115. 4A n I n 3 O f f 5A n I n 4 O f f NOTE: the 2 analogue outputs AnOut 1 and AnOut 2 can Analogue outputs be configured using the software. See menu [530] 13 Speed Min speed to max speed section 11.5.3, page 124 14 Torque 0 to max torque Relay outputs 31 N/C 1 Relay 1 output 32 COM 1 Trip, active when the VSD is in a TRIP condition. 33 N/O 1 22 Control Connections Emotron AB 01-4428-01r24.4 Connection example Fig. 29 gives an overall view of a VSD connection example. L1 L1 U RFI- Motor L2 filter V L3 W PE Alternative for DC+ potentiometer control** Optional R 1 2 DC - +10 VDC 1 3 AnIn 1: Reference 2 0 - 10 V 4 4 - 20 mA AnIn 2 3 5 AnIn 3 Common 12 4 6 AnOut 1 AnIn 4 13 5 7 AnOut 2 -10 VDC 21 14 6 DigOut 1 Common 20 7 DigOut 2 DigIn 1: RunL* 21 8 DigIn 2:RunR* 9 DigIn3 10 31 +24 VDC 11 Relay 1 32 Common 15 33 DigIn 4 16 DigIn 5 17 41 DigIn 6 18 Relay 2 42 DigIn 7 19 43 DigIn 8:Reset* 22 51 Relay 3 52 RESET LOC/ REM Other options PREV NEXT ESC ENTER Fieldbus option Option board or PC * Default setting ** The switch S1 is set to U NG_06-F27 Fig. 29 Connection example Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Control Connections 23 4.5 Connecting the Control Signals 4.5.1 Cables The standard control signal connections are suitable for 2 stranded flexible wire up to 1.5 mm and for solid wire up to 2 2.5 mm . Control signals Control signals Fig. 30 Connecting the control signals 003 to 018 Fig. 32 Connecting the control signals 060 to 175 NOTE: The screening of control signal cables is necessary to comply with the immunity levels given in the EMC Directive (it reduces the noise level). NOTE: Control cables must be separated from motor and mains cables. Control signals Fig. 31 Connecting the control signals 026 to 046 24 Control Connections Emotron AB 01-4428-01r24.5.2 Types of control signals 4.5.4 Single-ended or double-ended Always make a distinction between the different types of sig- connection? nals. Because the different types of signals can adversely In principle, the same measures applied to motor cables affect each other, use a separate cable for each type. This is must be applied to all control signal cables, in accordance often more practical because, for example, the cable from a with the EMC-Directives. pressure sensor may be connected directly to the variable For all signal cables as mentioned in section 4.5.2 the best speed drive. results are obtained if the screening is connected to both We can distinguish between the following types of control ends. See Fig. 33. signals: Analogue inputs NOTE: Each installation must be examined carefully before applying the proper EMC measurements. Voltage or current signals, (0-10 V, 0/4-20 mA) normally used as control signals for speed, torque and PID feedback signals. Control board Analogue outputs Pressure Voltage or current signals, (0-10 V, 0/4-20 mA) which sensor change slowly or only occasionally in value. In general, these (example) are control or measurement signals. Digital Voltage or current signals (0-10 V, 0-24 V, 0/4-20 mA) which can have only two values (high or low) and only occa- sionally change in value. Data Usually voltage signals (0-5 V, 0-10 V) which change rapidly and at a high frequency, generally data signals such as RS232, RS485, Profibus, etc. Relay Relay contacts (0-250 VAC) can switch highly inductive loads (auxiliary relay, lamp, valve, brake, etc.). Signal Tightening External control Maximum wire size Cable type (e.g. in metal housing) type torque Analogue Rigid cable: Screened 2 0.14-2.5 mm Digital Screened Flexible cable: 0.5 Nm 2 0.14-1.5 mm Data Screened Cable with ferrule: 2 Relay Not screened 0.25-1.5 mm Control consol Example: The relay output from a variable speed drive which controls Fig. 33 Electro Magnetic (EM) screening of control signal an auxiliary relay can, at the moment of switching, form a cables. source of interference (emission) for a measurement signal from, for example, a pressure sensor. Therefore it is advised to separate wiring and screening to reduce disturbances. 4.5.3 Screening For all signal cables the best results are obtained if the screening is connected to both ends: the VSD side and the at the source (e.g. PLC, or computer). See Fig. 33. It is strongly recommended that the signal cables be allowed to cross mains and motor cables at a 90° angle. Do not let the signal cable go in parallel with the mains and motor cable. Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Control Connections 254.5.5 Current signals ((0)4-20 mA) A current signal like (0)4-20 mA is less sensitive to distur- bances than a 0-10 V signal, because it is connected to an input which has a lower impedance (250 ?) than a voltage signal (20 k?). It is therefore strongly advised to use current control signals if the cables are longer than a few metres. 4.5.6 Twisted cables Analogue and digital signals are less sensitive to interference if the cables carrying them are “twisted”. This is certainly to be recommended if screening cannot be used. By twisting the wires the exposed areas are minimised. This means that in the current circuit for any possible High Frequency (HF) interference fields, no voltage can be induced. For a PLC it is therefore important that the return wire remains in prox- imity to the signal wire. It is important that the pair of wires is fully twisted over 360°. 4.6 Connecting options The option cards are connected by the optional connectors X4 or X5 on the control board see Fig. 28, page 21 and mounted above the control board. The inputs and outputs of the option cards are connected in the same way as other control signals. 26 Control Connections Emotron AB 01-4428-01r25. Getting Started This chapter is a step by step guide that will show you the Table 16 Mains and motor connection quickest way to get the motor shaft turning. We will show L1,L2,L3 Mains supply, 3 -phase you two examples, remote control and local control. PE Safety earth We assume that the VSD is mounted on a wall or in a cabi- Motor earth net as in the chapter 2. page 9. Motor output, 3-phase U, V, W First there is general information of how to connect mains, motor and control cables. The next section describes how to WARNING: In order to work safely the mains use the function keys on the control panel. The subsequent earth must be connected to PE and the motor examples covering remote control and local control describe earth to . how to program/set the motor data and run the VSD and motor. 5.2 Using the function keys 5.1 Connect the mains and NEXT PREV 100 200 300 motor cables Dimension the mains and motor cables according to local ENTER ENTER regulations. The cable must be able to carry the VSD load NEXT current. 220 210 5.1.1 Mains cables ENTER ENTER ESC ESC 1. Connect the mains cables as in Fig. 34. The VSD has, as 221 standard, a built-in RFI mains filter that complies with category C3 which suits the Second Environment stand- ENTER ENTER ard. Fig. 35 Example of menu navigation when entering motor voltage 5.1.2 Motor cables 2. Connect the motor cables as in Fig. 34. To comply with the EMC Directive you have to use screened cables and step to lower menu level or confirm changed setting the motor cable screen has to be connected on both ENTER sides: to the housing of the motor and the housing of the VSD. step to higher menu level or ignore changed setting ESC step to next menu on the same level NEXT NEXT VSD RFI-Filter Mains step to previous menu on the same level PREV PREV increase value or change selection Metal EMC cable glands decrease value or change selection Screened cables Metal housing Brake Output resistor coils (option) (option) Metal connector housing Metal cable gland Motor Mains Fig. 34 Connection of mains and motor cables Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Getting Started 27X1 X2 X3 1. Press to display menu [200], Main Setup. NEXT 5.3 Remote control In this example external signals are used to control the VSD/ 2.Press and then to display menu [220], Motor ENTER ENTER NEXT motor. Data. A standard 4-pole motor for 400 V, an external start button 3. Press to display menu [221] and set motor voltage. ENTER ENTER and a reference value will also be used. 4. Change the value using the and keys. Confirm with . ENTER ENTER 5.3.1 Connect control cables 5. Set motor frequency [222]. Here you will make up the minimum wiring for starting. In 6. Set motor power [223]. this example the motor/VSD will run with right rotation. 7. Set motor current [224]. To comply with the EMC standard, use screened control 2 8. Set motor speed [225]. cables with plaited flexible wire up to 1.5 mm or solid wire 2 up to 2.5 mm . 9. Set power factor (cos ?) [227]. 3. Connect a reference value between terminals 7 (Com- 10. Select supply voltage level used [21B] mon) and 2 (AnIn 1) as in Fig. 36. 11. [229] Motor ID run: Choose Short, confirm with ENTER ENTER 4. Connect an external start button between terminal 11 and give start command . (+24 VDC) and 9 (DigIn2, RUNR) as in Fig. 36. The VSD will now measure some motor parameters. The motor makes some beeping sounds but the shaft does not rotate. When the ID run is finished after about 12 one minute ("Test Run OK!" is displayed), press to RESET 1 13 continue. + 2 Reference 14 4-20 mA 12. Use AnIn1 as input for the reference value. The default 3 15 0V range is 4-20 mA. If you need a 0-10 V reference value, 4 16 change switch (S1) on control board and set [512] Anln 5 17 1 Set-up to 0-10V. 6 18 7 13. Switch off power supply. 19 8 20 14. Connect digital and analogue inputs/outputs as in Start 9 21 Fig. 36. 10 22 15. Ready! 11 16. Switch on power supply. 41 5.3.4 Run the VSD 31 42 32 Now the installation is finished, and you can press the exter- 43 33 nal start button to start the motor. When the motor is running the main connections are OK. 51 52 Fig. 36 Wiring 5.3.2 Switch on the mains Close the door to the VSD. Once the mains is switched on, the internal fan in the VSD will run for 5 seconds. 5.3.3 Set the Motor Data Enter correct motor data for the connected motor. The motor data is used in the calculation of complete operational data in the VSD. Change settings using the keys on the control panel. For fur- ther information about the control panel and menu struc- ture, see the chapter 9. page 51. Menu [100], Preferred View is displayed when started. 28 Getting Started Emotron AB 01-4428-01r25.4 Local control Manual control via the control panel can be used to carry out a test run. Use a 400 V motor and the control panel. 5.4.1 Switch on the mains Close the door to the VSD. Once the mains is switched on, the VSD is started and the internal fan will run for 5 sec- onds. 5.4.2 Select manual control Menu [100], Preferred View is displayed when started. 1. Press to display menu [200], Main Setup. NEXT 2. Press to display menu [210], Operation. ENTER ENTER 3. Press to display menu [211], Language. ENTER ENTER 4. Press to display menu [214], Reference Control. NEXT 5. Select Keyboard using the key and press to con- ENTER ENTER firm. 6. Press to get to menu [215], Run/Stop Control. NEXT 7. Select Keyboard using the key and press to con- ENTER ENTER firm. 8. Press to get to previous menu level and then to ESC ESC NEXT display menu [220], Motor Data. 5.4.3 Set the Motor Data Enter correct motor data for the connected motor. 9. Press to display menu [221]. ENTER ENTER 10. Change the value using the and keys. Confirm with . ENTER ENTER 11. Press to display menu [222]. NEXT 12. Repeat step 9 and 10 until all motor data is entered. 13. Press twice and then to display menu [100], Pre- ESC ESC PREV ferred View. 5.4.4 Enter a Reference Value Enter a reference value. 14. Press until menu [300], Process is displayed. NEXT 15. Press to display menu [310], Set/View reference ENTER ENTER value. 16. Use the and keys to enter, for example, 300 rpm. We select a low value to check the rotation direc- tion without damaging the application. 5.4.5 Run the VSD Press the key on the control panel to run the motor for- ward. If the motor is running the main connections are OK. Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Getting Started 2930 Getting Started Emotron AB 01-4428-01r26. Applications This chapter contains tables giving an overview of many dif- ferent applications/duties in which it is suitable to use varia- ble speed drives from Emotron. Further on you will find application examples of the most common applications and solutions. 6.1 Application overview 6.1.1Pumps Challenge Emotron FDU solution Menu Dry-running, cavitation and overheating damage Pump Curve Protection detects deviation. Sends 411–419, 41C1– 41C9 the pump and cause downtime. warning or activates safety stop. Sludge sticks to impeller when pump has been run- Automatic pump rinsing function: pump is set to ning at low speed or been stationary for a while. run at full speed at certain intervals, then return 362–368, 560, 640 Reduces the pump’s efficiency. to normal speed. Motor runs at same speed despite varying PID continuously adapts pressure/flow to the demands in pressure/flow. Energy is lost and level required. Sleep function activated when 320, 380, 342, 354 equipment stressed. none is needed. Process inefficiency due to e.g. a blocked pipe, a Pump Curve Protection detects deviation. Warn- 411–419, 41C1–41C9 valve not fully opened or a worn impeller. ing is sent or safety stop activated. Water hammer damages the pump when stopped. Smooth linear stops protect the equipment. Elimi- 331–336 Mechanical stress on pipes, valves, gaskets, seals. nates need for costly motorized valves. 6.1.2Fans Challenge Emotron FDU solution Menu Starting a fan rotating in the wrong direction can be Fan is started at low speed to ensure correct 219, 341 critical, e.g. a tunnel fan in event of a fire. direction and proper function. Draft causes turned off fan to rotate the wrong way. Motor is gradually slowed to complete stop before Starting causes high current peaks and mechanical 219, 33A, 335 starting. Avoids blown fuses and breakdown. stress. Regulating pressure/flow with dampers causes Automatic regulation of pressure/flow with motor 321, 354 high energy consumption and equipment wear. speed gives more exact control. Motor runs at same speed despite varying PID continuously adapts to the level required. demands in pressure/flow. Energy is lost and 320, 380, 342, 354 Sleep function is activated when none is needed. equipment stressed. Process inefficiency due to e.g. a blocked filter, a Load Curve Protection detects deviation. Warning 411–419, 41C1–41C9 damper not fully opened or a worn belt. is sent or safety stop activated. Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Applications 316.1.3Compressors Challenge Emotron FDU solution Menu Compressor is damaged when cooling media Overload situation is quickly detected and safety 411–41A enters the compressor screw. stop can be activated to avoid breakdown. Pressure is higher than needed, causing leaks, Load Curve Protection function detects deviation. 411–419, 41C1–41C9 stress on the equipment and excessive air use. Warning is sent or safety stop activated. Motor runs at same speed when no air is com- PID continuously adapts to the level required. 320, 380, 342, 354 pressed. Energy is lost and equipment stressed. Sleep function activated when none is needed. Process inefficiency and energy wasted due to e.g. Load Curve Protection quickly detects deviation. 411–419, 41C1–41C9 the compressor idling. Warning is sent or safety stop activated. 6.1.4Blowers Challenge Emotron FDU solution Menu Difficult to compensate for pressure fluctuations. PID function continuously adapts pressure to the 320, 380 Wasted energy and risk of production stop. level required. Motor runs at same speed despite varying PID continuously adapts air flow to level required. 320, 380, 342, 354 demands. Energy is lost and equipment stressed. Sleep function activated when none is needed. Process inefficiency due to e.g. a broken damper, a Load Curve Protection quickly detects deviation. 411–419, 41C1–41C9 valve not fully opened or a worn belt. Warning is sent or safety stop activated. 32 Applications Emotron AB 01-4428-01r27. Main Features This chapter contains descriptions of the main features of Select and copy parameter set the VSD. The parameter set selection is done in menu [241], Select Set. First select the main set in menu [241], normally A. Adjust all settings for the application. Usually most parame- 7.1 Parameter sets ters are common and therefore it saves a lot of work by cop- Parameter sets are used if an application requires different ying set A>B in menu [242]. When parameter set A is settings for different modes. For example, a machine can be copied to set B you only change the parameters in the set used for producing different products and thus requires two that need to be changed. Repeat for C and D if used. or more maximum speeds and acceleration/deceleration With menu [242], Copy Set, it is easy to copy the complete times. With the four parameter sets different control options contents of a single parameter set to another parameter set. can be configured with respect to quickly changing the If, for example, the parameter sets are selected via digital behaviour of the VSD. It is possible to adapt the VSD inputs, DigIn 3 is set to Set Ctrl 1 in menu [523] and DigIn online to altered machine behaviour. This is based on the 4 is set to Set Ctrl 2 in menu [524], they are activated as in fact that at any desired moment any one of the four parame- Table 17. ter sets can be activated during Run or Stop, via the digital Activate the parameter changes via digital input by setting inputs or the control panel and menu [241]. menu [241], Select Set to DigIn. Each parameter set can be selected externally via a digital input. Parameter sets can be changed during operation and Table 17 Parameter set stored in the control panel. Parameter set Set Ctrl 1 Set Ctrl 2 NOTE: The only data not included in the parameter set is A00 Motor data 1-4, (entered separately), language, B10 communication settings, selected set, local remote, and keyboard locked. C01 D11 Define parameter sets When using parameter sets you first decide how to select dif- NOTE: The selection via the digital inputs is immediately ferent parameter sets. The parameter sets can be selected via activated. The new parameter settings will be activated the control panel, via digital inputs or via serial communica- on-line, also during Run. tion. All digital inputs and virtual inputs can be configured to select parameter set. The function of the digital inputs is defined in the menu [520]. NOTE: The default parameter set is parameter set A. Fig. 37 shows the way the parameter sets are activated via any digital input configured to Set Ctrl 1 or Set Ctrl 2. Examples Different parameter sets can be used to easily change the Parameter Set A setup of a VSD to adapt quickly to different application Run/Stop requirements. For example when Set B - - • a process needs optimized settings in different stages of Set C Torques the process, to - Set D - - increase the process quality Controllers - increase control accuracy - - lower maintenance costs - Limits/Prot. - increase operator safety - With these settings a large number of options are available. -Max Alarm Some ideas are given here: Multi frequency selection 11 +24 V Within a single parameter set the 7 preset references can be selected via the digital inputs. In combination with the 10 Set Ctrl1 parameter sets, 28 preset references can be selected using all Set Ctrl2 16 4 digital inputs: DigIn1, 2 and 3 for selecting preset refer- (NG06-F03_1) ence within one parameter set and DigIn 4 and DigIn 5 for Fig. 37 Selecting the parameter sets selecting the parameter sets. Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Main Features 33 {One motor must stop before changing to an other motor. Bottling machine with 3 different products Use 3 parameter sets for 3 different Jog reference speeds 1. Select parameter set A in menu [241]. when the machine needs to be set up. The 4th parameter set 2. Select motor M1 in menu [212]. can be used for “normal” remote control when the machine is running at full production. 3. Enter motor data and settings for other parameters e.g. inputs and outputs. Manual - automatic control 4. Select parameter set B in menu [241]. If in an application something is filled up manually and then the level is automatically controlled using PID regulation, 5. Select M2 in menu [212]. this is solved using one parameter set for the manual control 6. Enter motor data and settings for other parameters e.g. and one for the automatic control. inputs and outputs. 7.1.1 One motor and one parameter 7.1.4 Autoreset at trip set For several non-critical application-related failure condi- This is the most common application for pumps and fans. tions, it is possible to automatically generate a reset com- mand to overcome the fault condition. The selection can be Once default motor M1 and parameter set A have been made in menu [250]. In this menu the maximum number of selected: automatically generated restarts allowed can be set, see menu 1. Enter the settings for motor data. [251], after this the VSD will stay in fault condition because external assistance is required. 2. Enter the settings for other parameters e.g. inputs and outputs Example The motor is protected by an internal protection for thermal 7.1.2 One motor and two parameter overload. When this protection is activated, the VSD should wait until the motor is cooled down enough before resuming sets normal operation. When this problem occurs three times in This application is useful if you for example have a machine a short period of time, external assistance is required. running at two different speeds for different products. The following settings should be applied: Once default motor M1 is selected: • Insert maximum number of restarts; set menu [251] to 1. Select parameter set A in menu [241]. 3. 2. Enter motor data in menu [220]. 2 •A c t i v a t e M o t o r I t to be automatically reset; set menu 3. Enter the settings for other parameters e.g. inputs and [25A] to 300 s. outputs. • Set relay 1, menu [551] to AutoRst Trip; a signal will be 4. If there are only minor differences between the settings available when the maximum number of restarts is in the parameter sets, you can copy parameter set A to reached and the VSD stays in fault condition. parameter set B, menu [242]. • The reset input must be constantly activated. 5. Enter the settings for parameters e.g. inputs and outputs. 7.1.5 Reference priority Note: Do not change motor data in parameter set B. The active speed reference signal can be programmed from several sources and functions. The table below shows the priority of the different functions with regards to the speed 7.1.3 Two motors and two parameter reference. sets Table 18 Reference priority This is useful if you have a machine with two motors that can not run at the same time, such as a cable winding Jog Preset machine that lifts up the reel with one motor and then turns Motor Pot Ref. Signal Mode Reference the wheel with the other motor. On/Off On/Off On/Off Option cards On On/Off On/Off Jog Ref Off On On/Off Preset Ref Off Off On Motor pot commands 34 Main Features Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2X1 X 7.1.6 Preset references The VSD is able to select fixed speeds via the control of dig- 12 ital inputs. This can be used for situations where the 1 13 required motor speed needs to be adapted to fixed values, 2 14 3 according to certain process conditions. Up to 7 preset refer- 15 4 ences can be set for each parameter set, which can be 16 5 selected via all digital inputs that are set to Preset Ctrl1, Pre- 17 6 set Ctrl2 or Preset Ctrl3. The amount digital inputs used 18 7 that are set to Preset Ctrl determines the number of Preset 19 8 20 References available; using 1 input gives 2 speeds, using 2 RunR 9 21 inputs gives 4 speeds and using 3 inputs gives 8 speeds. 10 Reset 22 +24 V 11 Example The use of four fixed speeds, at 50 / 100 / 300 / 800 rpm, requires the following settings: Fig. 38 Default setting Run/Reset commands • Set DigIn 5 as first selection input; set [525] to Preset Ctrl1. The inputs are default set for level-control. The rotation is • Set DigIn 6 as second selection input; set [526] to Preset determined by the setting of the digital inputs. Ctrl2. • Set menu [341], Min Speed to 50 rpm. Enable and Stop functions • Set menu [362], Preset Ref 1 to 100 rpm. Both functions can be used separately or simultaneously. The choice of which function is to be used depends on the • Set menu [363], Preset Ref 2 to 300 rpm. application and the control mode of the inputs (Level/Edge • Set menu [364], Preset Ref 3 to 800 rpm. [21A]). With these settings, the VSD switched on and a RUN com- mand given, the speed will be: NOTE: In Edge mode, at least one digital input must be programmed to “stop”, because the Run commands are • 50 rpm, when both DigIn 5 and DigIn 6 are low. otherwise only able to start the VSD. • 100 rpm, when DigIn 5 is high and DigIn 6 is low. • 300 rpm, when DigIn 5 is low and DigIn 6 is high. Enable Input must be active (HI) to allow any Run signal. If the • 800 rpm, when both DigIn 5 and DigIn 6 are high. input is made LOW, the output of the VSD is immediately disabled and the motor will coast. 7.2 Remote control functions CAUTION: If the Enable function is not Operation of the Run/Stop/Enable/Reset functions programmed to a digital input, it is considered ! As default, all the run/stop/reset related commands are pro- to be active internally. grammed for remote operation via the inputs on the termi- nal strip (terminals 1-22) on the control board. With the Stop function Run/Stp Ctrl [215] and Reset Control [216], this If the input is low then the VSD will stop according to the can be selected for keyboard or serial communication con- selected stop mode set in menu [33B] Stop Mode. Fig. 39 trol. shows the function of the Enable and the Stop input and the Stop Mode=Decel [33B]. NOTE: The examples in this paragraph do not cover all possibilities. Only the most relevant combinations are To run the input must be high. given. The starting point is always the default setting (factory) of the VSD. NOTE: Stop Mode=Coast [33B] will give the same behaviour as the Enable input. Default settings of the Run/Stop/ Enable/Reset functions The default settings are shown in Fig. 38. In this example the VSD is started and stopped with DigIn 2 and a reset after trip can be given with DigIn 8. Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Main Features 35X1 STOP 12 (STOP=DECEL) 1 13 2 14 OUTPUT 3 15 SPEED 4 16 5 t Stop 17 6 18 7 19 RunL 8 20 RunR 9 21 Enable 10 Reset 22 +24 V 11 ENABLE Fig. 40 Example of wiring for Run/Stop/Enable/Reset inputs OUTPUT SPEED The Enable input must be continuously active in order to t accept any run-right or run-left command. If both RunR (06-F104_NG) (or if Spinstart is selected) and RunL inputs are active, then the VSD stops according to the selected Stop Mode. Fig. 41 gives an example of a pos- sible sequence. Fig. 39 Functionality of the Stop and Enable input INPUTS Reset and Autoreset operation If the VSD is in Stop Mode due to a trip condition, the ENABLE VSD can be remotely reset by a pulse (“low” to “high” tran- sition) on the Reset input, default on DigIn 8. Depending STOP on the selected control method, a restart takes place as fol- RUN R lows: RUN L Level-control If the Run inputs remain in their position the VSD will start immediately after the Reset command is given. Edge-control OUTPUT After the Reset command is given a new Run command STATUS must be applied to start the VSD again. Autoreset is enabled if the Reset input is continuously active. Right rotation The Autoreset functions are programmed in menu Autoreset [250]. Left rotation Standstill NOTE: If the control commands are programmed for (06-F103new_1) Keyboard control or Com, Autoreset is not possible. Fig. 41 Input and output status for level-control Run Inputs Level-controlled. Run Inputs Edge-controlled The inputs are set as default for level-control. This means Menu [21A] Start signal Level/Edge must be set to Edge to that an input is activated by making the input continuously activate edge control. This means that an input is activated “High”. This method is commonly used if, for example, by a “low” to “high” transition or vice versa. PLCs are used to operate the VSD. NOTE: Edge-controlled inputs comply with the Machine CAUTION: Level-controlled inputs DO NOT Directive (see chapter EMC and Machine Directive), if comply with the Machine Directive, if the inputs ! the inputs are directly used for starting and stopping the are directly used to start and stop the machine. machine. The examples given in this and the following paragraphs fol- low the input selection shown in Fig. 40. 36 Main Features Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2See Fig. 40. The Enable and Stop input must be active con- 7.4 Using the Control Panel tinuously in order to accept any run-right or run-left com- Memory mand. The last edge (RunR or RunL) is valid. Fig. 42 gives an example of a possible sequence. Data can be copied from the VSD to the memory in the control panel and vice versa. To copy all data (including parameter set A-D and motor data) from the VSD to the INPUTS control panel, select Copy to CP[244], Copy to CP. ENABLE To copy data from the control panel to the VSD, enter the menu [245], Load from CP and select what you want to copy. STOP The memory in the control panel is useful in applications RUN R with VSDs without a control panel and in applications where several variable speed drives have the same setup. It RUN L can also be used for temporary storage of settings. Use a con- trol panel to upload the settings from one VSD and then move the control panel to another VSD and download the settings. OUTPUT STATUS NOTE: Load from and copy to the VSD is only possible when the VSD is in stop mode. Right rotation Left rotation VSD Standstill (06-F94new_1) Fig. 42 Input and output status for edge-control 7.3 Performing an Identification Run To get the optimum performance out of your VSD/motor combination, the VSD must measure the electrical parame- ters (resistance of stator winding, etc.) of the connected motor. See menu [229], Motor ID-Run. Fig. 43 Copy and load parameters between VSD and control panel Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Main Features 377.5 Load Monitor and Process Protection [400] 7.5.1 Load Monitor [410] The monitor functions enable the VSD to be used as a load monitor. Load monitors are used to protect machines and processes against mechanical overload and underload, such as a conveyer belt or screw conveyer jamming, belt failure on a fan or a pump dry running. The load is measured in the VSD by the calculated motor shaft torque. There is an over- load alarm (Max Alarm and Max Pre-Alarm) and an under- load alarm (Min Alarm and Min Pre-Alarm). The Basic Monitor type uses fixed levels for overload and underload (pre-)alarms over the whole speed range. This function can be used in constant load applications where the torque is not dependent on the speed, e.g. conveyor belt, displacement pump, screw pump, etc. For applications with a torque that is dependent on the speed, the Load Curve monitor type is preferred. By measur- ing the actual load curve of the process, characteristically over the range of minimum speed to maximum speed, an accurate protection at any speed can be established. The max and min alarm can be set for a trip condition. The pre-alarms act as a warning condition. All the alarms can be monitored on the digital or relay outputs. The autoset function automatically sets the 4 alarm levels whilst running: maximum alarm, maximum pre-alarm, min- imum alarm and minimum pre-alarm. Fig. 44 gives an example of the monitor functions for con- stant torque applications 38 Main Features Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2. Fig. 44 Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Main Features 39 Ramp-up phase Stationary phase Stationary phase Ramp-down phase [413] Ramp Alarm=On [413] Ramp Alarm=On or Off [413] Ramp Alarm=On or Off [413] Ramp Alarm=On [411] Alarm Select=Max or Max0Min Torque [%] [411] Alarm Select=Max or Max0Min [411] Alarm Select=Max or Max0Min [411] Alarm Select=Max or Max0Min [4161] MaxAlarmMar (15%) [4171] MaxPreAlMar (10%) [41B] 100% Default: T or NOM Autoset: T MOMENTARY [4181] MinPreAlMar (10%) [4191] MinAlarmMar (15%) [4162] MaxAlarmDel (0.1s) [4162] MaxAlarmDel (0.1s) t [s] Max Alarm [4172] MaxPreAlDel (0.1s) [4172] MaxPreAlDel (0.1s) Must be Eint E=-2 M=123 -2 The value is then 123x10 = 1.23 Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Serial communication 59Programming example: typedef struct { int m:11; // mantissa, -1024..1023 int e: 4; // exponent -8..7 unsigned int f: 1; // format, 1->special emoint format } eint16; //--------------------------------------------------------------------------- unsigned short int float_to_eint16(float value) { eint16 etmp; int dec=0; while (floor(value) != value && dec<16) { dec++; value*=10; } if (value>=0 && value<=32767 && dec==0) *(short int *)&etmp=(short int)value; else if (value>=-1000 && value<0 && dec==0) { etmp.e=0; etmp.f=1; etmp.m=(short int)value; } else { etmp.m=0; etmp.f=1; etmp.e=-dec; if (value>=0) etmp.m=1; // Set sign else etmp.m=-1; // Set sign value=fabs(value); while (value>1000) { etmp.e++; // increase exponent value=value/10; } value+=0.5; // round etmp.m=etmp.m*value; // make signed } Rreturn (*(unsigned short int *)&etmp); } //--------------------------------------------------------------------------- float eint16_to_float(unsigned short int value) { float f; eint16 evalue; evalue=*(eint16 *)&value; if (evalue.f) { if (evalue.e>=0) f=(int)evalue.m*pow10(evalue.e); else f=(int)evalue.m/pow10(abs(evalue.e)); } else f=value; return f; } //--------------------------------------------------------------------------- 60 Serial communication Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2Example Emotron 15-bit fixed point format The value 72.0 can be represented as the fixed point number 72. It is within the range 0-32767, which means that the 15- bit fixed point format may be used. The value will then be represented as: B15 B14 B13 B12 B11 B10 B9 B8 B7 B6 B5 B4 B3 B2 B1 B0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 Where bit 15 indicates that we are using the fixed point for- mat (F=0). Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Serial communication 6162 Serial communication Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 11. Functional Description This chapter describes the menus and parameters in the soft- ware. You will find a short description of each function and 100 (1st Line) information about default values, ranges, etc. There are also Stp (2nd Line) A tables containing communication information. You will find the Modbus, DeviceNet and Fieldbus address for each Fig. 69 Display functions parameter as well as the enumeration for the data. 11.1.1 1st Line [110] NOTE: Functions marked with the sign cannot be Sets the content of the upper row in the menu [100] Pre- changed during Run Mode. ferred View. Description of table layout 110 1st Line Stp Process Val A Menu no. Menu name Default: Process Val StatusSelected value Dependent on menu Default: Process Val 0 Process value Selection or Integer value of Description Speed 1 Speed range selection Torque 2 Torque Process Ref 3 Process reference Resolution of settings Shaft Power 4 Shaft power The resolution for all range settings described in this chapter is 3 significant digits. Exceptions are speed values which are El Power 5 Electrical power presented with 4 significant digits. Table 22 shows the reso- Current 6 Current lutions for 3 significant digits. Output volt 7 Output voltage Ta b l e 2 2 Frequency 8 Frequency 3 Digit Resolution DC Voltage 9 DC voltage Heatsink Tmp 10 Heatsink temperature 0.01-9.99 0.01 Motor Temp 11 Motor temperature 10.0-99.9 0.1 VSD Status 12 VSD status 100-999 1 Run Time 13 Run Time 1000-9990 10 Energy 14 Energy 10000-99900 100 Mains Time 15 Mains time 11.1 Preferred View [100] Communication information This menu is displayed at every power-up. During opera- tion, the menu [100] will automatically be displayed when Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43001 the keyboard is not operated for 5 minutes. The automatic Profibus slot/index 168/160 return function will be switched off when the Toggle and Stop key is pressed simultaneously. As default it displays the Fieldbus format UInt actual current. Modbus format UInt 100 0rpm Stp 0.0A A Menu [100], Preferred View displays the settings made in menu [110], 1st line, and [120], 2nd line. See Fig. 69. Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Functional Description 6311.1.2 2nd Line [120] Select Motor [212] Sets the content of the lower row in the menu [100] Pre- This menu is used if you have more than one motor in your ferred View. Same selection as in menu [110]. application. Select the motor to define. It is possible to define up to four different motors, M1 to M4, in the VSD. 120 2nd Line 212 Select Motor Stp Current A Stp M1 A Default: Current Default: M1 M1 0 11.2 Main Setup [200] M2 1 Motor Data is connected to selected The Main Setup menu contains the most important settings motor. M3 2 to get the VSD operational and set up for the application. It includes different sub menus concerning the control of the M4 3 unit, motor data and protection, utilities and automatic resetting of faults. This menu will instantaneously be Communication information adapted to build in options and show the required settings. Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43012 11.2.1 Operation [210] Profibus slot/index 168/171 Selections concerning the used motor, VSD mode, control Fieldbus format UInt signals and serial communication are described in this sub- menu and is used to set the VSD up for the application. Modbus format UInt Language [211] Drive Mode [213] Select the language used on the LC Display. Once the lan- This menu is used to set the control mode for the motor. guage is set, this selection will not be affected by the Load Settings for the reference signals and read-outs is made in Default command. menu Process source, [321]. • V/Hz Mode (output speed [712] in rpm) . 211 Language Stp English A 213 Drive Mode Default: English Stp V/Hz A English 0 English selected Default: V/Hz Svenska 1 Swedish selected All control loops are related to frequency Nederlands 2 Dutch selected control. In this mode multi-motor applica- tions are possible. Deutsch 3 German selected NOTE: All the functions and menu read- Français 4 French selected V/Hz 2 outs with regard to speed and rpm (e.g. Max Speed = 1500 rpm, Min Speed=0 Español 5 Spanish selected rpm, etc.) remain speed and rpm, ??cc ??? 6R u s s i a n s e l e c t e d although they represent the output frequency. Italiano 7 Italian selected Cesky 8 Czech selected Communication information Communication information Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43013 Profibus slot/index 168/172 Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43011 Fieldbus format UInt Profibus slot/index 168/170 Modbus format UInt Fieldbus format UInt Modbus format UInt 64 Functional Description Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2Communication information Reference control [214] To control the speed of the motor, the VSD needs a refer- Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43015 ence signal. This reference signal can be controlled by a remote source from the installation, the keyboard of the Profibus slot/index 168/174 VSD, or by serial or fieldbus communication. Select the Fieldbus format UInt required reference control for the application in this menu. Modbus format UInt 214 Ref Control Reset Control [216] Stp Remote A When the VSD is stopped due to a failure, a reset command Default: Remote is required to make it possible to restart the VSD. Use this function to select the source of the reset signal. The reference signal comes from the ana- Remote 0 logue inputs of the terminal strip (terminals 1-22). 216 Reset Ctrl Reference is set with the + and - keys on Stp Remote A Keyboard 1 the Control Panel. Can only be done in menu Set/View reference [310]. Default: Remote The reference is set via the serial commu- The command comes from the inputs of Remote 0 Com 2 nication (RS 485, Fieldbus.) See section the terminal strip (terminals 1-22). section 10.5 for further information. The command comes from the command Keyboard 1 The reference is set via an option. Only keys of the Control Panel. Option 3 available if the option can control the refer- The command comes from the serial ence value. Com 2 communication (RS 485, Fieldbus). The command comes from the inputs of NOTE: If the reference is switched from Remote to Remote + 3 the terminal strip (terminals 1-22) or the Keyboard, the last remote reference value will be the Keyb keyboard. default value for the control panel. The command comes from the serial Com + 4 communication (RS485, Fieldbus) or the Communication information Keyb keyboard. The command comes from the inputs of Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43014 Rem+Keyb the terminal strip (terminals 1-22), the 5 Profibus slot/index 168/173 +Com keyboard or the serial communication (RS485, Fieldbus). Fieldbus format UInt The command comes from an option. Modbus format UInt Option 6 Only available if the option can control the reset command. Run/Stop Control [215] Communication information This function is used to select the source for run and stop commands. Start/stop via analogue signals can be achieved Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43016 by combining a few functions. This is described in the Chapter 7. page 33. Profibus slot/index 168/175 Fieldbus format UInt 215 Run/Stp Ctrl Modbus format UInt Stp Remote A Default: Remote Local/Remote key function [217] The start/stop signal comes from the digital The Toggle key on the keyboard, see section 9.2.5, page 52, Remote 0 inputs of the terminal strip (terminals 1-22). has two functions and is activated in this menu. As default the key is just set to operate as a Toggle key that moves you Keyboard 1 Start and stop is set on the Control Panel. easily through the menus in the toggle loop. The second The start/stop is set via the serial communi- function of the key allows you to easily swap between Local Com 2 cation (RS 485, Fieldbus.) See Fieldbus or and normal operation (set up via [214] and [215]) of the RS232/485 option manual for details. VSD. Local mode can also be activated via a digital input. If Option 3 The start/stop is set via an option. both [2171] and [2172] is set to Standard, the function is disabled. Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Functional Description 652171 LocRefCtrl 218 Lock Code Stp Standard Stp 0 A A Default: Standard Default: 0 Standard 0 Local reference control set via [214] Range: 0–9999 Remote 1 Local reference control via remote Rotation [219] Keyboard 2 Local reference control via keyboard Com 3 Local reference control via communication Overall limitation of motor rotation direction This function limits the overall rotation, either to left or Communication information right or both directions. This limit is prior to all other selec- tions, e.g.: if the rotation is limited to right, a Run-Left com- Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43009 mand will be ignored. To define left and right rotation we assume that the motor is connected U-U, V-V and W-W. Profibus slot/index 168/168 Fieldbus format UInt Speed Direction and Rotation The speed direction can be controlled by: Modbus format UInt • RunR/RunL commands on the control panel. • RunR/RunL commands on the terminal strip 2172 LocRunCtrl (terminals 1-22). Stp Standard A •V i a t h e s e r i a l interface options. Default: Standard • The parameter sets. Standard 0 Local Run/Stop control set via [215] Remote 1 Local Run/Stop control via remote Keyboard 2 Local Run/Stop control via keyboard Com 3 Local Run/Stop control via communication Right Communication information Left Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43010 Profibus slot/index 168/169 Fieldbus format UInt Fig. 70 Rotation Modbus format UInt In this menu you set the general rotation for the motor. Lock Code [218] 219 Rotation To prevent the keyboard being used or to change the setup of the VSD and/or process control, the keyboard can be Stp R+L A locked with a password. This menu, Lock Code [218], is Default: R + L used to lock and unlock the keyboard. Enter the password “291” to lock/unlock the keyboard operation. If the key- Speed direction is limited to right rota- board is not locked (default) the selection “Lock Code?” will R1 tion. The input and key RunL are disa- appear. If the keyboard is already locked, the selection bled. “Unlock Code?” will appear. Speed direction is limited to left rotation. L2 When the keyboard is locked, parameters can be viewed but The input and key RunR are disabled. not changed. The reference value can be changed and the R+L 3 Both speed directions allowed. VSD can be started, stopped and reversed if these functions are set to be controlled from the keyboard. 66 Functional Description Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2Communication information 11.2.3 Mains supply voltage [21B] Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43019 WARNING: This menu must be set according Profibus slot/index 168/178 to the VSD product lable and the supply voltage used. Wrong setting might damage Fieldbus format UInt the VSD or brake resistor. Modbus format UInt In this menu the nominal mains supply voltage connected to the VSD can be selected. The setting will be valid for all 11.2.2 Remote Signal Level/Edge parameter sets. The default setting, Not defined, is never [21A] selectable and is only visible until a new value is selected. In this menu you select the way to control the inputs for Once the supply voltage is set, this selection will not be RunR, RunL, Stop and Reset that are operated via the dig- affected by the Load Default command [243]. ital inputs on the terminal strip. The inputs are default set Brake chopper activation level is adjusted using the setting for level-control, and will be active as long as the input is of [21B]. made and kept high. When edge-control is selected, the input will be activated by the low to high transition of the NOTE: The setting is affected by the Load from CP input. command [245] and if loading parameter file via EmoSoftCom. 21A Level/Edge Stp Level A 21B Supply Volts Default: Level Stp Not defined A The inputs are activated or deactivated Default: Not defined by a continuous high or low signal. Is Level 0 commonly used if, for example, a PLC is Inverter default value used. Only valid if Not Defined 0 used to operate the VSD. this parameter is never set. The inputs are activated by a transition; 220-240 V 1 Only valid for FDU40/48 Edge 1 for Run and Reset from “low” to “high”, 380-415 V 3 Only valid for FDU40/48/50 for Stop from “high” to “low”. 440-480 V 4 Only valid for FDU48/50/52 Communication information 500-525 V 5 Only valid for FDU50/52/69 550-600 V 6 Only valid for FDU69 Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43020 660-690 V 7 Only valid for FDU69 Profibus slot/index 168/179 Fieldbus format UInt Communication information Modbus format UInt Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43381 CAUTION: Level controlled inputs DO NOT Profibus slot/index 170/30 comply with the Machine Directive if the inputs ! Fieldbus format UInt are directly used to start and stop the machine. Modbus format UInt NOTE: Edge controlled inputs can comply with the Machine Directive (see the Chapter 8. page 49) if the 11.2.4 Motor Data [220] inputs are directly used to start and stop the machine. In this menu you enter the motor data to adapt the VSD to the connected motor. This will increase the control accuracy as well as different read-outs and analogue output signals. Motor M1 is selected as default and motor data entered will be valid for motor M1. If you have more than one motor you need to select the correct motor in menu [212] before entering motor data. NOTE: The parameters for motor data cannot be changed during run mode. Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Functional Description 67 Communication information NOTE: The default settings are for a standard 4-pole motor according to the nominal power of the VSD. Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43042 Profibus slot/index 168/201 NOTE: Parameter set cannot be changed during run if the sets is set for different motors. Fieldbus format Long, 1=1 Hz Modbus format EInt NOTE: Motor Data in the different sets M1 to M4 can be revert to default setting in menu [243], Default>Set. Motor Power [223] Set the nominal motor power. WARNING: Enter the correct motor data to prevent dangerous situations and assure correct control. 223 Motor Power Stp M1: (P )kW A NOM Motor Voltage [221] Default: P VSD NOM Set the nominal motor voltage. Range: 1W-120% x P NOM Resolution 3 significant digits 221 Motor Volts Stp M1: 400V A NOTE: The Motor Power value will always be stored as a 3 digit value in W up to 999 W and in kW for all higher 400 V for FDU40 and 48 powers. Default: 500 V for FDU50 and 52 690 V for FDU69 Communication information Range: 100-700 V Resolution 1 V Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43043 Profibus slot/index 168/202 NOTE: The Motor Volts value will always be stored as a 3 Long, digit value with a resolution of 1 V. Fieldbus format 1=1 W Communication information Modbus format EInt Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43041 P is the nominal VSD power. NOM Profibus slot/index 168/200 Motor Current [224] Long, Fieldbus format 1=0.1 V Set the nominal motor current. Modbus format EInt 224 Motor Curr Stp M1: (I )A A NOM Motor Frequency [222] Set the nominal motor frequency. Default: I (see note section 11.2.4, page 67) NOM Range: 25 - 150% x I NOM 222 Motor Freq Stp M1: 50Hz A Communication information Default: 50 Hz Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43044 Range: 24-300 Hz Profibus slot/index 168/203 Resolution 1 Hz Long, Fieldbus format 1=0.1 A Modbus format EInt I is the nominal VSD current NOM 68 Functional Description Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Motor Speed [225] Motor Cos ? [227] Set the nominal asynchronous motor speed. Set the nominal Motor cosphi (power factor). 225 Motor Speed 227 Motor Cos? Stp M1: (n )rpm Stp M1: A A MOT Default: n (see note section 11.2.4, page 67) Default: P (see note section 11.2.4, page 67) MOT NOM Range: 50 - 18000 rpm Range: 0.50 - 1.00 Resolution 1 rpm, 4 sign digits Communication information WARNING: Do NOT enter a synchronous (no- Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43047 load) motor speed. Profibus slot/index 168/206 Fieldbus format Long, 1=0.01 NOTE: Maximum speed [343] is not automatically Modbus format EInt changed when the motor speed is changed. Motor ventilation [228] NOTE: Entering a wrong, too low value can cause a dangerous situation for the driven application due to Parameter for setting the type of motor ventilation. Affects 2 high speeds. the characteristics of the I t motor protection by lowering the actual overload current at lower speeds. Communication information 228 Motor Vent Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43045 Stp M1: Self A Profibus slot/index 168/204 Default: Self UInt Fieldbus format 2 1=1 rpm None 0 Limited I t overload curve. 2 Modbus format UInt Normal I t overload curve. Means that the Self 1 motor stands lower current at low speed. 2 Expanded I t overload curve. Means that the Motor Poles [226] Forced 2 motor stands almost the whole current also When the nominal speed of the motor is ?500 rpm, the at lower speed. additional menu for entering the number of poles, [226], appears automatically. In this menu the actual pole number Communication information can be set which will increase the control accuracy of the VSD. Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43048 Profibus slot/index 168/207 226 Motor Poles Fieldbus format UInt Stp M1: 4 A Modbus format UInt Default: 4 Range: 2-144 When the motor has no cooling fan, None is selected and the current level is limited to 55% of rated motor current. Communication information With a motor with a shaft mounted fan, Self is selected and the current for overload is limited to 87% from 20% of syn- Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43046 chronous speed. At lower speed, the overload current Profibus slot/index 168/205 allowed will be smaller. Fieldbus format Long, 1=1 pole When the motor has an external cooling fan, Forced is selected and the overload current allowed starts at 90% from Modbus format EInt rated motor current at zero speed, up to nominal motor cur- rent at 70% of synchronous speed. Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Functional Description 69 Fig. 71 shows the characteristics with respect for Nominal NOTE: To run the VSD it is not mandatory for the ID RUN Current and Speed in relation to the motor ventilation type to be executed, but without it the performance will not selected. be optimal. 2 xI for I t nom NOTE: If the ID Run is aborted or not completed the message “Interrupted!” will be displayed. The previous Forced 1.00 data do not need to be changed in this case. Check that 0.90 0.87 the motor data are correct. Self None 0.55 Motor Sound [22A] Sets the sound characteristic of the VSD output stage by changing the switching frequency and/or pattern. Generally the motor noise will go down at higher switching frequen- cies. 0.20 0.70 2.00 xSync Speed 22A Motor Sound 2 Fig. 71 I t curves Stp M1: F A Default: F Motor Identification Run [229] This function is used when the VSD is put into operation E 0 Switching frequency 1.5 kHz for the first time. To achieve an optimal control perform- F 1 Switching frequency 3 kHz ance, fine tuning of the motor parameters using a motor ID G 2 Switching frequency 6 kHz run is needed. During the test run the display shows “Test Run” blinking. Switching frequency 6 kHz, random fre- H3 quency (+750 Hz) To activate the Motor ID run, select “Short” and press Enter. Then press RunL or RunR on the control panel to start the ID run. If menu [219] Rotation is set to L the Communication information RunR key is inactive and vice versa. The ID run can be aborted by giving a Stop command via the control panel or Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43050 Enable input. The parameter will automatically return to Profibus slot/index 168/209 OFF when the test is completed. The message “Test Run OK!” is displayed. Before the VSD can be operated normally Fieldbus format UInt again, press the STOP/RESET key on the control panel. Modbus format UInt During the Short ID run the motor shaft does not rotate. The VSD measures the rotor and stator resistance. NOTE: At switching frequencies >3 kHz derating may . become necessary. If the heat sink temperature gets too high the switching frequency is decreased to avoid tripping. This is done automatically in the VSD. The 229 Motor ID-Run default switching frequency is 3 kHz. Stp M1: Off A Default: Off, see Note Encoder Feedback [22B] Off 0 Not active Only visible if the Encoder option board is installed. This parameter enables or disables the encoder feedback from the Parameters are measured with injected DC Short 1 motor to the VSD. current. No rotation of the shaft will occur. 22B Encoder Communication information Stp M1: Off A Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43049 Default: Off Profibus slot/index 168/208 On 0 Encoder feedback enabled Fieldbus format UInt Off 1 Encoder feedback disabled Modbus format UInt 70 Functional Description Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Communication information 11.2.5 Motor Protection [230] This function protects the motor against overload based on Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43051 the standard IEC 60947-4-2. Profibus slot/index 168/210 2 Fieldbus format UInt Motor I t Type [231] Modbus format UInt The motor protection function makes it possible to protect the motor from overload as published in the standard IEC 60947-4-2. It does this using Motor I2t Current, [232] as a Encoder Pulses [22C] reference. The Motor I2t Time [233] is used to define the Only visible if the Encoder option board is installed. This time behaviour of the function. The current set in [232] can parameter describes the number of pulses per rotation for be delivered infinite in time. If for instance in [233] a time your encoder, i.e. it is encoder specific. For more informa- of 1000 s is chosen the upper curve of Fig. 72 is valid. The tion please see the encoder manual. value on the x-axis is the multiple of the current chosen in [232]. The time [233] is the time that an overloaded motor is switched off or is reduced in power at 1.2 times the cur- 22C Enc Pulses rent set in [232]. Stp M1: 1024 A Default: 1024 2 231 Mot I t Type Range: 5–16384 Stp M1: Trip A Default: Trip Communication information 2 Off 0 I t motor protection is not active. Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43052 2 When the I t time is exceeded, the VSD will Trip 1 2 Profibus slot/index 168/211 trip on “Motor I t”. Fieldbus format Long, 1=1 pulse This mode helps to keep the inverter run- ning when the Motor I2t function is just Modbus format EInt before tripping the VSD. The trip is replaced by current limiting with a maxi- Limit 2 mum current level set by the value out of Encoder Speed [22D] the menu [232]. In this way, if the reduced Only visible if the Encoder option board is installed. This current can drive the load, the VSD contin- parameter shows the measured motor speed. To check if the ues running. encoder is correctly installed, set Encoder [23B] to Off, run the VSD at any speed and compare with the value in this Communication information menu. The value in this menu [22D] should be about the same as the motor speed [712]. If you get the wrong sign for Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43061 the value, swap encoder input A and B. Profibus slot/index 168/220 Fieldbus format UInt 22D Enc Speed Stp M1: XXrpm Modbus format UInt A Unit: rpm NOTE: When Mot I2t Type=Limit, the VSD can control the Resolution: speed measured via the encoder speed < MinSpeed to reduce the motor current. Communication information Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 42911 Profibus slot/index 168/70 Fieldbus format Int Modbus format Int Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Functional Description 712 2 Motor I t Current [232] Motor I t Time [233] 2 2 Sets the current limit for the motor I t protection. Sets the time of the I t function. After this time the limit for 2 2 the I t is reached if operating with 120% of the I t current value. Valid when start from 0 rpm. 2 232 Mot I t Curr Stp 100% A NOTE: Not the time constant of the motor. Default: 100% of I MOT 2 Range: 0–150% of I MOT 233 Mot I t Time Stp M1: 60s A Communication information Default: 60 s Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43062 Range: 60–1200 s Profibus slot/index 168/221 Communication information Fieldbus format Long, 1=1% Modbus format EInt Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43063 Profibus slot/index 168/222 NOTE: When the selection Limit is set in menu [231], the Fieldbus format Long, 1=1 s value must be above the no-load current of the motor. Modbus format EInt 100000 10000 1000 1000 s (120%) 480 s (120%) 100 240 s (120%) 120 s (120%) 60 s (120%) 10 1 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 2 2 Actual output current/ I t-current i / I2t-current 2 Fig. 72 I t function 72 Functional Description Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 t [s]Fig. 72 shows how the function integrates the square of the Motor Class [235] 2 motor current according to the Mot I t Curr [232] and the Only visible if the PTC/PT100 option board is installed. Set 2 Mot I t Time [233]. the class of motor used. The trip levels for the PT100 sensor When the selection Trip is set in menu [231] the VSD trips will automatically be set according to the setting in this if this limit is exceeded. menu. When the selection Limit is set in menu [231] the VSD reduces the torque if the integrated value is 95% or closer to 235 Mot Class the limit, so that the limit cannot be exceeded. Stp F 140°C A Default: F 140°C NOTE: If it is not possible to reduce the current, the VSD will trip after exceeding 110% of the limit. A 100°C0 E 115°C1 Example B 120°C2 In Fig. 72 the thick grey line shows the following example. 2 F 140°C3 • Menu [232] Mot I t Curr is set to 100%. 1.2 x 100% = 120% F Nema 145°C4 2 • Menu [233] Mot I t Time is set to 1000 s. H 165°C5 This means that the VSD will trip or reduce after 1000 s if the current is 1.2 times of 100% nominal motor current. Communication information Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43065 Thermal Protection [234] Profibus slot/index 168/224 Only visible if the PTC/PT100 option board is installed. Set the PTC input for thermal protection of the motor. The Fieldbus format UInt motor thermistors (PTC) must comply with DIN 44081/ Modbus format UInt 44082. Please refer to the manual for the PTC/PT100 option board. NOTE: This menu is only valid for PT 100. Menu [234] PTC contains functions to enable or disable the PTC input. PT100 Inputs [236] 234 Thermal Prot Sets which of PT100 inputs that should be used for thermal Stp Off A protection. Deselecting not used PT100 inputs on the PTC/ PT100 option board in order to ignore those inputs, i.e. Default: Off extra external wiring is not needed if port is not used. PTC and PT100 motor protection are disa- Off 0 bled. 236 PT100 Inputs Enables the PTC protection of the motor PTC 1 Stp PT100 1+2+3 A via the insulated option board. Default: PT100 1+2+3 Enables the PT100 protection for the PT100 2 motor via the insulated option board. PT100 1, PT100 2, PT100 1+2, PT100 Selection: 3, PT100 1+3, PT100 2+3, PT100 Enables the PTC protection as well as the 1+2+3 PTC+PT100 3 PT100 protection for the motor via the insulated option board. PT100 1 1 Channel 1 used for PT100 protection PT100 2 2 Channel 2 used for PT100 protection Communication information PT100 1+2 3 Channel 1+2 used for PT100 protection Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43064 PT100 3 4 Channel 3 used for PT100 protection Profibus slot/index 168/223 PT100 1+3 5 Channel 1+3 used for PT100 protection Fieldbus format UInt PT100 2+3 6 Channel 2+3 used for PT100 protection Modbus format UInt Channel 1+2+3 used for PT100 protec- PT100 1+2+3 7 tion NOTE: PTC option and PT100 selections can only be selected when the option board is mounted. Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Functional Description 73Communication information 11.2.6 Parameter Set Handling [240] There are four different parameter sets available in the VSD. Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43066 These parameter sets can be used to set the VSD up for dif- ferent processes or applications such as different motors used Profibus slot/index 168/225 and connected, activated PID controller, different ramp Fieldbus format UInt time settings, etc. Modbus format UInt A parameter set consists of all parameters with the exception of the menu [211] Language, [217] Local Remote, [218] Lock Code, [220] Motor Data, [241] Select Set and [260] NOTE: This menu is only valid for PT 100 thermal protection. Serial Communication. NOTE: Actual timers are common for all sets. When a set Motor PTC [237] is changed the timer functionality will change according to the new set, but the timer value will stay unchanged. In this menu the internal motor PTC hardware option is enabled. This PTC input complies with DIN 44081/44082. Please refer to the manual for the PTC/PT100 option board Select Set [241] for electrical specification. Here you select the parameter set. Every menu included in This menu is only visible if a PTC (or resistor <2 kOhm) is the parameter sets is designated A, B, C or D depending on connected to terminals X1: 78–79. the active parameter set. Parameter sets can be selected from To enable the function: the keyboard, via the programmable digital inputs or via serial communication. Parameter sets can be changed during 1. Connect the thermistor wires to X1: 78–79 or for testing the run. If the sets are using different motors (M1 to M4) the input, connect a resistor to the terminals. Use resistor the set will be changed when the motor is stopped. value between 50 and 2000 ohm. Menu [237] will now appear. 241 Select Set 2. Enable input by setting menu [237] Motor PTC=On. Stp A A If enabled and <50 ohm a sensor error trip will occur. The message “Motor PTC” is shown. Default: A If the function is disabled and the PTC or resistor is Selection: A, B, C, D, DigIn, Com, Option removed, the menu will disappear after the next power up A0 B1 Fixed selection of one of the 4 parameter NOTE: This option is available only for (size B and C) sets A, B, C or D. FDU48/52-003-046. C2 D3 237 Motor PTC Parameter set is selected via a digital DigIn 4 input. Define which digital input in menu Stp Off A [520], Digital inputs. Default: Off Parameter set is selected via serial com- Com 5 munication. Off 0 Motor PTC protection is disabled The parameter set is set via an option. On 1 Motor PTC protection is enabled Option 6 Only available if the option can control the selection. Communication information Communication information Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43067 Profibus slot/index 168/226 Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43022 Fieldbus format UInt Profibus slot/index 168/181 Modbus format UInt Fieldbus format UInt Modbus format UInt 74 Functional Description Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 The active set can be viewed with function [721] FI status. 243 Default>Set Stp A A NOTE: Parameter set cannot be changed during run if this also would imply a change of the motor set (M2- Default: A M4). A0 B1 Only the selected parameter set will revert Copy Set [242] to its default settings. C2 This function copies the content of a parameter set into D3 another parameter set. All four parameter sets will revert to the ABCD 4 default settings. 242 Copy Set All settings, except [211], [221]-[22D], Stp A>B A Factory 5 [261], [3A1] and [923], will revert to the default settings. Default: A>B M1 6 A>B 0 Copy set A to set B M2 7 Only the selected motor set will revert to its A>C 1 Copy set A to set C default settings. M3 8 A>D 2 Copy set A to set D M4 9 B>A 3 Copy set B to set A All four motor sets will revert to default set- B>C 4 Copy set B to set C M1234 10 tnings. B>D 5 Copy set B to set D Communication information C>A 6 Copy set C to set A C>B 7 Copy set C to set B Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43023 C>D 8 Copy set C to set D Profibus slot/index 168/182 D>A 9 Copy set D to set A Fieldbus format UInt D>B 10 Copy set D to set B Modbus format UInt D>C 11 Copy set D to set C Communication information NOTE: Trip log hour counter and other VIEW ONLY menus are not regarded as settings and will be unaffected. Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43021 Profibus slot/index 168/180 NOTE: If “Factory” is selected, the message “Sure?” is displayed. Press the + key to display “Yes” and then Fieldbus format UInt Enter to confirm. Modbus format UInt NOTE: The parameters in menu [220], Motor data, are not affected by loading defaults when restoring NOTE: The actual value of menu [310] will not be copied parameter sets A–D. into the other set. A>B means that the content of parameter set A is copied Copy All Settings to Control Panel [244] into parameter set B. All the settings can be copied into the control panel includ- ing the motor data. Start commands will be ignored during Load Default Values Into Set [243] copying. With this function three different levels (factory settings) can be selected for the four parameter sets. When loading 244 Copy to CP the default settings, all changes made in the software are set Stp No Copy A to factory settings. This function also includes selections for loading default settings to the four different Motor Data Default: No Copy Sets. No Copy 0 Nothing will be copied Copy 1 Copy all settings Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Functional Description 75 Communication information Communication information Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43024 Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43025 Profibus slot/index 168/183 Profibus slot/index 168/184 Fieldbus format UInt Fieldbus format UInt Modbus format UInt Modbus format UInt NOTE: The actual value of menu [310] will not be copied NOTE: Loading from the control panel will not affect the into control panel memory set. value in menu [310]. Load Settings from Control Panel [245] 11.2.7 Trip Autoreset/Trip Conditions This function can load all four parameter sets from the con- [250] trol panel to the VSD. Parameter sets from the source VSD The benefit of this feature is that occasional trips that do not are copied to all parameter sets in the target VSD, i.e. A to affect the process will be automatically reset. Only when the A, B to B, C to C and D to D. failure keeps on coming back, recurring at defined times and Start commands will be ignored during loading. therefore cannot be solved by the VSD, will the unit give an alarm to inform the operator that attention is required. For all trip functions that can be activated by the user you 245 Load from CP can select to control the motor down to zero speed according Stp No Copy A to set deceleration ramp to avoid water hammer. Default: No Copy Also see section 12.2, page 152. No Copy 0 Nothing will be loaded. Autoreset example: A 1 Data from parameter set A is loaded. In an application it is known that the main supply voltage sometimes disappears for a very short time, a so-called “dip”. B 2 Data from parameter set B is loaded. That will cause the VSD to trip an “Undervoltage alarm”. C 3 Data from parameter set C is loaded. Using the Autoreset function, this trip will be acknowledged D 4 Data from parameter set D is loaded. automatically. Data from parameter sets A, B, C and D are • Enable the Autoreset function by making the reset input ABCD 5 loaded. continuously high. Parameter set A and Motor data are • Activate the Autoreset function in the menu [251], A+Mot 6 loaded. Number of trips. Parameter set B and Motor data are • Select in menus [252] to [25N] the Trip condition that B+Mot 7 loaded. are allowed to be automatically reset by the Autoreset function after the set delay time has expired. Parameter set C and Motor data are C+Mot 8 loaded. Parameter set D and Motor data are Number of Trips [251] D+Mot 9 loaded. Any number set above 0 activates the Autoreset. This means Parameter sets A, B, C, D and Motor data that after a trip, the VSD will restart automatically according ABCD+Mot 10 are loaded. to the number of attempts selected. No restart attempts will take place unless all conditions are normal. M1 11 Data from motor 1 is loaded. If the Autoreset counter (not visible) contains more trips M2 12 Data from motor 2 is loaded. than the selected number of attempts, the Autoreset cycle M3 13 Data from motor 3 is loaded. will be interrupted. No Autoreset will then take place. M4 14 Data from motor 4 is loaded. If there are no trips for more than 10 minutes, the Autoreset counter decreases by one. M1M2M3 15 Data from motor 1, 2, 3 and 4 are loaded. M4 If the maximum number of trips has been reached, the trip message hour counter is marked with an “A”. All 16 All data is loaded from the control panel. If the Autoreset is full then the VSD must be reset by a nor- mal Reset. 76 Functional Description Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2Example: Overvolt D [253] • Autoreset = 5 Delay time starts counting when the fault is gone. When the time delay has elapsed, the alarm will be reset if the function • Within 10 minutes 6 trips occur is active. • At the 6th trip there is no Autoreset, because the Autore- set trip log contains 5 trips already. 253 Overvolt D • To reset, apply a normal reset: set the reset input high to Stp Off A low and high again to maintain the Autoreset function. The counter is reset. Default: Off Off 0 Off 251 No of Trips 1–3600 1–3600 1–3600 s Stp 0 A Default: 0 (no Autoreset) Communication information Range: 0–10 attempts Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43075 Communication information Profibus slot/index 168/234 Fieldbus format Long, 1=1 s Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43071 Modbus format EInt Profibus slot/index 168/230 Fieldbus format UInt NOTE: An auto reset is delayed by the remaining ramp time. Modbus format UInt NOTE: An auto reset is delayed by the remaining ramp Overvolt G [254] time. Delay time starts counting when the fault is gone When the time delay has elapsed, the alarm will be reset if the function is active. Over temperature [252] Delay time starts counting when the fault is gone. When the 254 Overvolt G time delay has elapsed, the alarm will be reset if the function is active. Stp Off A Default: Off 252 Overtemp Off 0 Off Stp Off A 1–3600 1–3600 1–3600 s Default: Off Communication information Off 0 Off 1–3600 1–3600 1–3600 s Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43076 Profibus slot/index 168/235 Communication information Fieldbus format Long, 1=1 s Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43072 Modbus format EInt Profibus slot/index 168/231 Fieldbus format Long, 1=1 s Modbus format EInt NOTE: An auto reset is delayed by the remaining ramp time. Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Functional Description 77Communication information Overvolt [255] Delay time starts counting when the fault is gone. When the Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43086 time delay has elapsed, the alarm will be reset if the function is active. Profibus slot/index 168/245 Fieldbus format Long, 1=1 s 255 Overvolt Modbus format EInt Stp Off A Default: Off Power Fault [258] Off 0 Off Delay time starts counting when the fault is gone. When the time delay has elapsed, the alarm will be reset if the function 1–3600 1–3600 1–3600 s is active. Communication information 258 Power Fault Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43077 Stp Off A Profibus slot/index 168/236 Default: Off Fieldbus format Long, 1=1 s Off 0 Off Modbus format EInt 1–3600 1–3600 1–3600 s Communication information Motor Lost [256] Delay time starts counting when the fault is gone. When the Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43087 time delay has elapsed, the alarm will be reset if the function is active. Profibus slot/index 168/246 Fieldbus format Long, 1=1 s 256 Motor Lost Modbus format EInt Stp Off A Default: Off Undervoltage [259] Off 0 Off Delay time starts counting when the fault is gone. When the 1–3600 1–3600 1–3600 s time delay has elapsed, the alarm will be reset if the function is active. NOTE: Only visible when Motor Lost is selected. 259 Undervoltage Stp Off Communication information A Default: Off Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43083 Off 0 Off Profibus slot/index 168/242 1–3600 1–3600 1–3600 s Fieldbus format Long, 1=1 s Modbus format EInt Communication information Locked Rotor [257] Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43088 Delay time starts counting when the fault is gone. When the Profibus slot/index 168/247 time delay has elapsed, the alarm will be reset if the function Fieldbus format Long, 1=1 s is active. Modbus format EInt 257 Locked Rotor Stp Off A Default: Off Off 0 Off 1–3600 1–3600 1–3600 s 78 Functional Description Emotron AB 01-4428-01r22 Communication information Motor I t [25A] Delay time starts counting when the fault is gone. When the Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43078 time delay has elapsed, the alarm will be reset if the function is active. Profibus slot/index 168/237 Fieldbus format Long, 1=1 s 2 25A Motor I t Modbus format EInt Stp Off A Default: Off PT100 Trip Type [25D] Off 0 Off Delay time starts counting when the fault is gone. When the time delay has elapsed, the alarm will be reset if the function 1–3600 1–3600 1–3600 s is active. Communication information 25D PT100 TT Stp Trip Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43073 A Profibus slot/index 168/232 Default: Trip Fieldbus format Long, 1=1 s Selection: Same as menu [25B] Modbus format EInt Communication information 2 Motor I t Trip Type [25B] Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43079 2 Select the preferred way to react to a Motor I t trip. Profibus slot/index 168/238 Fieldbus format Uint 2 25B Motor I t TT Modbus format UInt Stp Trip A Default: Trip PTC [25E] Trip 0 The motor will trip Delay time starts counting when the fault is gone. When the time delay has elapsed, the alarm will be reset if the function Deceleration 1 The motor will decelerate is active. Communication information 25E PTC Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43074 Stp Off A Profibus slot/index 168/233 Default: Off Fieldbus format UInt Off 0 Off Modbus format UInt 1–3600 1–3600 1–3600 s Communication information PT100 [25C] Delay time starts counting when the fault is gone. When the Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43084 time delay has elapsed, the alarm will be reset if the function is active. Profibus slot/index 168/243 Fieldbus format Long, 1=1 s 25C PT100 Modbus format EInt Stp Off A Default: Off Off 0 Off 1–3600 1–3600 1–3600 s Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Functional Description 79PTC Trip Type [25F] Communication Error [25I] Select the preferred way to react to a PTC trip. Delay time starts counting when the fault is gone. When the time delay has elapsed, the alarm will be reset if the function is active. 25F PTC TT Stp Trip A 25I Com Error Default: Trip Stp Off A Selection: Same as menu [25B] Default: Off Off 0 Off Communication information 1–3600 1–3600 1–3600 s Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43085 Communication information Profibus slot/index 168/244 Fieldbus format UInt Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43089 Modbus format UInt Profibus slot/index 168/248 Fieldbus format Long, 1=1 s External Trip [25G] Modbus format EInt Delay time starts counting when the fault is gone. When the time delay has elapsed, the alarm will be reset if the function is active. Communication Error Trip Type [25J] Select the preferred way to react to a communication trip. 25G Ext Trip Stp Off A 25J Com Error TT Stp Trip A Default: Off Off 0 Off Default: Trip 1–3600 1–3600 1–3600 s Selection: Same as menu [25B] Communication information Communication information Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43080 Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43090 Profibus slot/index 168/239 Profibus slot/index 168/249 Fieldbus format Long, 1=1 s Fieldbus format UInt Modbus format EInt Modbus format UInt External Trip Type [25H] Min Alarm [25K] Select the preferred way to react to an alarm trip. Delay time starts counting when the fault is gone. When the time delay has elapsed, the alarm will be reset if the function is active. 25H Ext Trip TT Stp Trip A 25K Min Alarm Default: Trip Stp Off A Selection: Same as menu [25B] Default: Off Communication information Off 0 Off 1–3600 1–3600 1–3600 s Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43081 Profibus slot/index 168/240 Fieldbus format UInt Modbus format UInt 80 Functional Description Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2Communication information Communication information Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43091 Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43094 Profibus slot/index 168/250 Profibus slot/index 168/253 Fieldbus format Long, 1=1 s Fieldbus format UInt Modbus format EInt Modbus format UInt Min Alarm Trip Type [25L] Over current F [25O] Select the preferred way to react to a min alarm trip. Delay time starts counting when the fault is gone. When the time delay has elapsed, the alarm will be reset if the function is active. 25L Min Alarm TT Stp Trip A 25O Over curr F Default: Trip Stp Off A Selection: Same as menu [25B] Default: Off Communication information Off 0 Off 1–3600 1–3600 1–3600 s Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43092 Profibus slot/index 168/251 Communication information Fieldbus format UInt Modbus format UInt Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43082 Profibus slot/index 168/241 Max Alarm [25M] Fieldbus format Long, 1=1 s Delay time starts counting when the fault is gone. When the Modbus format EInt time delay has elapsed, the alarm will be reset if the function is active. Pump [25P] Delay time starts counting when the fault is gone. When the 25M Max Alarm time delay has elapsed, the alarm will be reset if the function Stp Off A is active. Default: Off 25P Pump Off 0 Off Stp Off A 1–3600 1–3600 1–3600 s Default: Off Communication information Off 0 Off 1–3600 1–3600 1–3600 s Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43093 Profibus slot/index 168/252 Communication information Fieldbus format Long, 1=1 s Modbus format EInt Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43095 Profibus slot/index 168/254 Max Alarm Trip Type [25N] Fieldbus format Long, 1=1 s Select the preferred way to react to a max alarm trip. Modbus format EInt 25N Max Alarm TT Stp Trip A Default: Trip Selection: Same as menu [25B] Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Functional Description 81Communication information Over Speed [25Q] Delay time starts counting when the fault is gone. When the Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43098 time delay has elapsed, the alarm will be reset if the function is active. Profibus slot/index 168/240 Fieldbus format UInt 25Q Over speed Modbus format UInt Stp Off A Default: Off Liquid cooling low level [25T] Off 0 Off Delay time starts counting when the fault disappears. When the time delay has elapsed, the alarm will be reset if the func- 1–3600 1–3600 1–3600 s tion is active. Communication information 25T LC Level Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43096 Stp Off A Profibus slot/index 169/0 Default: Off Fieldbus format Long, 1=1 s Off 0 Off Modbus format EInt 1–3600 1–3600 1–3600 s Communication information External Motor Temperature [25R] Delay time starts counting when the fault disappears. When Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43099 the time delay has elapsed, the alarm will be reset if the func- tion is active. Profibus slot/index 169/3 Fieldbus format Long, 1=1 s 25R Ext Mot Temp Modbus format EInt Stp Off A Default: Off Liquid Cooling Low level Trip Type [25U] Off 0 Off Select the preferred way to react to an alarm trip. 1–3600 1–3600 1–3600 s 25U LC Level TT Communication information Stp Trip A Default: Trip Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43097 Selection: Same as menu [25B] Profibus slot/index 168/239 Fieldbus format Long, 1=1 s Communication information Modbus format EInt Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43100 Profibus slot/index 169/4 External Motor Trip Type [25S] Select the preferred way to react to an alarm trip. Fieldbus format UInt Modbus format UInt 25S Ext Mot TT Stp Trip A 11.2.8 Serial Communication [260] Default: Trip This function is to define the communication parameters for serial communication. There are two types of options availa- Selection: Same as menu [25B] ble for serial communication, RS232/485 (Modbus/RTU) and fieldbus modules (Profibus, DeviceNet and Ethernet). For more information see chapter Serial communication and respective option manual. 82 Functional Description Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Comm Type [261] Fieldbus [263] Select RS232/485 [262] or Fieldbus [263]. Press Enter to set up the parameters for fieldbus communi- cation. 261 Com Type 263 Fieldbus Stp RS232/485 A Stp A Default: RS232/485 RS232/485 0 RS232/485 selected Address [2631] Fieldbus selected (Profibus, DeviceNet or Enter the unit address of the VSD. Fieldbus 1 Modbus/TCP) 2631 Address NOTE: Toggling the setting in this menu will perform a Stp 62 A soft reset (re-boot) of the Fieldbus module. Default: 62 Range: Profibus 0–126, DeviceNet 0–63 RS232/485 [262] Node address valid for Profibus and DeviceNet Press Enter to set up the parameters for RS232/485 (Mod- bus/RTU) communication. Process Data Mode [2632] Enter the mode of process data (cyclic data). For further 262 RS232/485 information, see the Fieldbus option manual. Stp 2632 PrData Mode Baud rate [2621] Stp Basic A Set the baud rate for the communication. Default: Basic NOTE: This baud rate is only used for the isolated None 0 Control/status information is not used. RS232/485 option. 4 byte process data control/status informa- Basic 4 tion is used. 2621 Baudrate 4 byte process data (same as Basic set- Extended 8 ting) + additional proprietary protocol for Stp 9600 A advanced users is used. Default: 9600 2400 0 Read/Write [2633] 4800 1 Select read/write to control the inverter over a fieldbus net- work. For further information, see the Fieldbus option man- 9600 2 Selected baud rate ual. 19200 3 38400 4 2633 Read/Write Stp RW A Address [2622] Enter the unit address for the VSD. Default: RW RW 0 NOTE: This address is only used for the isolated RS232/ Read 1 485 option. Valid for process data. Select R (read only) for logging proc- ess without writing process data. Select RW in normal cases 2622 Address to control inverter. Stp 1 A Default: 1 Selection: 1–247 Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Functional Description 83Additional Process Values [2634] Communication Fault Time [2642]] Define the number of additional process values sent in cyclic Defines the delay time for the trip/warning. messages. 2642 ComFlt Time 2634 AddPrValues Stp 0.5s A Stp 0 A Default: 0.5 s Default: 0 Range: 0.1-15 s Range: 0-8 Communication information Communication Fault [264] Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43038 Main menu for communication fault/warning settings. For Profibus slot/index 168/197 further details please see the Fieldbus option manual. Fieldbus format Long, 1=0.1 s Communication Fault Mode [2641]] Modbus format EInt Selects action if a communication fault is detected. 2641 ComFlt Mode Ethernet [265] Stp Off A Settings for Ethernet module (Modbus/TCP). For further information, see the Fieldbus option manual. Default: Off Off 0 No communication supervision. NOTE: The Ethernet module must be re-booted to activate the below settings. For example by toggling RS232/485 selected: parameter [261]. Non-initialized settings indicated by The VSD will trip if there is no communica- flashing display text. tion for time set in parameter [2642]. Fieldbus selected: Trip 1 The VSD will trip if: IP Address [2651] 1. The internal communication between the control board and fieldbus option is lost for time set in parameter [2642]. 2651 IP Address 2. If a serious network error has occurred. 000.000.000.000 RS232/485 selected: Default: 0.0.0.0 The VSD will give a warning if there is no communication for time set in parameter [2642]. MAC Address [2652] Fieldbus selected: Warning 2 The VSD will give a warning if: 1. The internal communication between 2652 MAC Address the control board and fieldbus option is Stp 000000000000 A lost for time set in parameter [2642]. 2. If a serious network error has occurred. Default: An unique number for the Ethernet module. NOTE: Menu [214] and/or [215] must be set to COM to Subnet Mask [2653] activate the communication fault function. 2653 Subnet Mask Communication information 0.000.000.000 Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43037 Default: 0.0.0.0 Profibus slot/index 168/196 Fieldbus format UInt Gateway [2654] Modbus format UInt 2654 Gateway 0.000.000.000 Default: 0.0.0.0 84 Functional Description Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2Ta bl e 2 3 DHCP [2655] Selected process Unit for reference and Resolution 2655 DHCP source actual value Stp Off A Speed rpm 4 digits Torque % 3 digits Default: Off PT100 °C3 d i g i t s Selection: On/Off Frequency Hz 3 digits Fieldbus Signals [266] 11.3.1 Set/View Reference Value Defines modbus mapping for additional process values. For [310] further information, see the Fieldbus option manual. FB Signal 1 - 16 [2661]-[266G] View reference value As default the menu [310] is in view operation. The value of Used to create a block of parameters which are read/written the active reference signal is displayed. The value is displayed via communication. 1 to 8 read + 1 to 8 write parameters according to selected process source, [321] or the process possible. unit selected in menu [322]. 2661 FB Signal 1 Set reference value If the function Reference Control [214] is set to: Ref Con- Stp 0 A trol = Keyboard, the reference value can be set in menu Set/ Default: 0 View Reference [310] as a normal parameter or as a motor potentiometer with the + and - keys on the control panel Range: 0-65535 depending on the selection of Keyboard Reference Mode in menu [369]. The ramp times used for setting the reference Communication information value with the Normal function selected in menu [369] are according to the set Acc Time [331] and Dec Time [332]. Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 42801-42816 The ramp times used for setting the reference value with the MotPot function selected in [369] are according to the set Profibus slot/index 167/215-167/230 Acc MotPot [333] and Dec MotPot [334]. Menu [310] dis- Fieldbus format UInt plays on-line the actual reference value according to the Modbus format UInt Mode Settings in Table 23. FB Status [269] 310 Set/View ref Stp 0rpm Sub menus showing status of fieldbus parameters. Please see the Fieldbus manual for detailed information. Default: 0 rpm Process Source [321] and Process Unit 269 FB Status Dependent on: [322] Stp Speed mode 0 - max speed [343] Torque mode 0 - max torque [351] Min according to menu [324] - max accord- 11.3 Process and Application Other modes ing to menu [325] Parameters [300] These parameters are mainly adjusted to obtain optimum Communication information process or machine performance. Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 42991 The read-out, references and actual values depends on selected process source, [321}: Profibus slot/index 168/150 Fieldbus format Long Modbus format EInt Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Functional Description 85NOTE: The actual value in menu [310] is not copied, or 321 Proc Source loaded from the control panel memory when Copy Set Stp Speed A [242], Copy to CP [244] or Load from CP [245] is performed. Default: Speed Function of analogue input. E.g. via PID F(AnIn) 0 NOTE: If the MotPot function is used, the reference value control, [330]. ramp times are according to the Acc MotPot [333] and 1 Speed 1 Speed as process reference . Dec MotPot [334] settings. Actual speed ramp will be limited according to Acc Time [331] and Dec Time [332]. PT100 3 Temperature as process reference. F(Speed) 4 Function of speed F(Bus) 6 Function of communication reference 11.3.2 Process Settings [320] 1 With these functions, the VSD can be set up to fit the appli- Frequency 7 Frequency as process reference . cation. The menus [110], [120], [310], [362]-[368] and 1 . Only when Drive mode [213] is set to Speed or V/Hz. [711] use the process unit selected in [321] and [322] for the application, e.g. rpm, bar or m3/h. This makes it possible to easily set up the VSD for the required process requirements, NOTE: When PT100 is selected, use PT100 channel 1 on as well as for copying the range of a feedback sensor to set up the PTC/PT100 option board. the Process Value Minimum and Maximum in order to establish accurate actual process information. NOTE: If Speed, Torque or Frequency is chosen in menu [321] Proc Source, menus [322] - [328] are hidden. Process Source [321] Select the signal source for the process value that controls NOTE: The motor control method depends on the the motor. The Process Source can be set to act as a function selection of drive mode [213], regardless of selected of the process signal on AnIn F(AnIn), a function of the process source, [321]. motor speed F(Speed), a function of the shaft torque F(Torque) or as a function of a process value from serial Communication information communication F(Bus). The right function to select depends on the characteristics and behaviour of the process. Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43302 If the selection Speed, Torque or Frequency is set, the VSD Profibus slot/index 169/206 will use speed, torque or frequency as reference value. Fieldbus format UInt Example Modbus format UInt An axial fan is speed-controlled and there is no feedback sig- nal available. The process needs to be controlled within fixed 3 process values in “m /hr” and a process read-out of the air flow is needed. The characteristic of this fan is that the air flow is linearly related to the actual speed. So by selecting F(Speed) as the Process Source, the process can easily be controlled. The selection F(xx) indicates that a process unit and scaling is needed, set in menus [322]-[328]. This makes it possible to e.g. use pressure sensors to measure flow etc. If F(AnIn) is selected, the source is automatically connected to the AnIn which has Process Value as selected. 86 Functional Description Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2Process Unit [322] No. for serial No. for serial Character Character comm. comm. K21ü70 322 Proc Unit Stp rpm L22v71 A M23w72 Default: rpm N24x73 Off 0 No unit selection O25y74 %1Percent P26z75 °C 2 Degrees Centigrade Q27å76 °F 3 Degrees Fahrenheit R28ä77 bar 4 bar S29ö78 Pa 5 Pascal T30!79 Nm 6 Torque U31¨80 Hz 7 Frequency Ü32#81 rpm 8 Revolutions per minute V33$82 3 m /h 9 Cubic meters per hour W34%83 gal/h 10 Gallons per hour X35&84 3 ft /h 11 Cubic feet per hour Y36·85 User 12 User defined unit Z37(86 Å38)87 Communication information Ä39*88 Ö40+89 Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43303 a41,90 Profibus slot/index 169/207 á42-91 Fieldbus format UInt b43.92 Modbus format UInt c44/93 d45:94 e46;95 User-defined Unit [323] é47<96 This menu is only displayed if User is selected in menu [322]. The function enables the user to define a unit with six ê48=97 symbols. Use the Prev and Next key to move the cursor to ë49>98 required position. Then use the + and - keys to scroll down f50?99 the character list. Confirm the character by moving the cur- g51@100 sor to the next position by pressing the Next key. h52^101 No. for serial No. for serial i53_102 Character Character comm. comm. í54° 103 Space 0 m 58 2 j55 104 0–9 1–10 n 59 3 k56 105 A11ñ60 l57 B12o61 C13ó62 D14ô63 E15p64 F16q65 G17r66 H18s67 I19t68 J20u69 Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Functional Description 87Example: Process Max [325] Create a user unit named kPa. This menu is not visible when speed, torque or frequency is selected. The function sets the value of the maximum proc- 1. When in the menu [323] press Next to move the cursor ess value allowed. to the right most position. 2. Press the + key until the character k is displayed. 325 Process Max 3. Press Next. Stp 0 A 4. Then press the + key until P is displayed and confirm with Next. Default: 0 Range: 0.000-10000 5. Repeat until you have entered kPa. Communication information 323 User Unit Stp A Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43311 Default: No characters shown Profibus slot/index 169/215 Fieldbus format Long, 1=0.001 Communication information Modbus format EInt 43304 43305 Ratio [326] 43306 Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: This menu is not visible when speed, frequency or torque is 43307 selected. The function sets the ratio between the actual proc- 43308 ess value and the motor speed so that it has an accurate proc- 43309 ess value when no feedback signal is used. See Fig. 73. 169/208 169/209 169/210 326 Ratio Profibus slot/index 169/211 Stp Linear A 169/212 169/213 Default: Linear Fieldbus format UInt Linear 0 Process is linear related to speed/torque Modbus format UInt Process is quadratic related to speed/ Quadratic 1 torque When sending a unit name you send one character at a time Communication information starting at the right most position. Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43312 Process Min [324] Profibus slot/index 169/216 This function sets the minimum process value allowed. Fieldbus format UInt Modbus format UInt 324 Process Min Stp 0 A Default: 0 0.000-10000 (Speed, Torque, F(Speed), Range: F(Torque)) -10000– +10000 (F(AnIn, PT100, F(Bus)) Communication information Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43310 Profibus slot/index 169/214 Fieldbus format Long, 1=0.001 Modbus format EInt 88 Functional Description Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2F(Value), Process Max [328] Process This function is used for scaling if no sensor is used. It offers unit Process you the possibility of increasing the process accuracy by scal- Max ing the process values. The process values are scaled by link- [325] ing them to known data in the VSD. With F(Value), Proc Max the precise value at which the entered Process Max [525] is valid can be entered. NOTE: If Speed, Torque or Frequency is chosen in menu [321] Proc Source, menus [322]- [328] are hidden. Ratio=Linear 328 F(Val) PrMax Ratio=Quadratic Stp Max A Process Min Speed Default: Max [324]Min Max Speed Speed Min -1 Min [341] [343] Max -2 Max Fig. 73 Ratio 0.000- 0-10000 0.000-10000 10000 F(Value), Process Min [327] This function is used for scaling if no sensor is used. It offers Communication information you the possibility of increasing the process accuracy by scal- ing the process values. The process values are scaled by link- Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43314 ing them to known data in the VSD. With F(Value), Proc Profibus slot/index 169/218 Min [327] the precise value at which the entered Process Min [324] is valid can be entered. Fieldbus format Long, 1=1 rpm Modbus format EInt NOTE: If Speed, Torque or Frequency is chosen in menu [321] Proc Source, menus [322]- [328] are hidden. Example A conveyor belt is used to transport bottles. The required 327 F(Val) PrMin bottle speed needs to be within 10 to 100 bottles/s. Process characteristics: Stp Min A 10 bottles/s = 150 rpm Default: Min 100 bottles/s = 1500 rpm According to Min Speed setting in The amount of bottles is linearly related to the speed of the Min -1 [341]. conveyor belt. According to Max Speed setting in Max -2 Set-up: [343]. Process Min [324] = 10 0.000-10000 0-10000 0.000-10000 Process Max [325] = 100 Ratio [326] = linear Communication information F(Value), ProcMin [327] = 150 F(Value), ProcMax [328] = 1500 Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43313 With this set-up, the process data is scaled and linked to Profibus slot/index 169/217 known values which results in an accurate control. Fieldbus format Long, 1=1 rpm Modbus format EInt Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Functional Description 89rpm F(Value) PrMax 1500 Nominal [328] 100% n Speed MOT 80% n Max Speed MOT Linear F(Value PrMin 150 [327] 8s 10s t Bottles/s (06-F12) 10 100 Fig. 75 Acceleration time and maximum speed Process Min [324] Process Max [325] Fig. 74 Fig. 76 shows the settings of the acceleration and decelera- tion times with respect to the nominal motor speed. 11.3.3 Start/Stop settings [330] Submenu with all the functions for acceleration, decelera- rpm tion, starting, stopping, etc. Nom. Speed Acceleration Time [331] The acceleration time is defined as the time it takes for the motor to accelerate from 0 rpm to nominal motor speed. NOTE: If the Acc Time is too short, the motor is Acc Time [331] Dec Time [332] accelerated according to the Torque Limit. The actual (NG_06-F11) Acceleration Time may then be longer than the value set. Fig. 76 Acceleration and deceleration times 331 Acc Time Deceleration Time [332] Stp 10.0s A The deceleration time is defined as the time it takes for the motor to decelerate from nominal motor speed to 0 rpm. Default: 10.0 s Range: 0.50–3600 s 332 Dec Time Stp 10.0s A Communication information Default: 10.0 s Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43101 Range: 0.50–3600 s Profibus slot/index 169/5 Fieldbus format Long, 1=0.01 s Communication information Modbus format EInt Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43102 Profibus slot/index 169/6 Fig. 75 shows the relationship between nominal motor speed/max speed and the acceleration time. The same is Fieldbus format Long, 1=0.01 s valid for the deceleration time. Modbus format EInt NOTE: If the Dec Time is too short and the generator energy cannot be dissipated in a brake resistor, the motor is decelerated according to the overvoltage limit. The actual deceleration time may be longer than the value set. 90 Functional Description Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2Acceleration Time Motor Potentiometer Acceleration Time to Minimum Speed [333] [335] It is possible to control the speed of the VSD using the If minimum speed, [341]>0 rpm, is used in an application, motor potentiometer function. This function controls the the VSD uses separate ramp times below this level. With speed with separate up and down commands, over remote Acc>MinSpeed [335] and DecMin Spd Stp 10.0s A Range: 0.50–3600 s Default: 10.0 s Communication information Range: 0.50-3600 s Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43103 Communication information Profibus slot/index 169/7 Fieldbus format Long, 1=0.01 s Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43105 Modbus format EInt Profibus slot/index 169/9 Fieldbus format Long, 1=0.01 Deceleration Time Motor Potentiometer Modbus format EInt [334] If the MotPot function is selected, this is the deceleration time for the MotPot down command. The deceleration time rpm is defined as the time it takes for the motor potentiometer Nom.Speed [225] value to decrease from nominal speed to 0 rpm. Max speed [343] [331] [332] 334 Dec MotPot Stp 16.0s A Min speed [341] [335] [336] Default: 16.0 s time Range: 0.50–3600 s Fig. 77 Communication information Deceleration Time from Minimum Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43104 Speed [336] Profibus slot/index 169/8 If a minimum speed is programmed, this parameter will be used to set the deceleration time from the minimum speed Fieldbus format Long, 1=0.01 to 0 rpm at a stop command. The ramp time is defined as Modbus format EInt the time it takes for the motor to decelerate from the nomi- nal motor speed to 0 rpm. Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Functional Description 91336 Dec AnIn Max AnIn1 Min [5131] Parameter to set the minimum value of the external refer- ence signal. Only visible if [512] = User mA/V. Ref 010V (NG_06-F25) 5131 AnIn1 Min Fig. 104 Inverted reference Stp 0V/4.00mA A AnIn1 Bipol [5133] Default: 0 V/4.00 mA This menu is automatically displayed if AnIn1 Setup is set to 0.00–20.00 mA User Bipol mA or User Bipol V. The window will automati- Range: 0–10.00 V cally show mA or V range according to selected function. The range is set by changing the positive maximum value; the negative value is automatically adapted accordingly. Communication information Only visible if [512] = User Bipol mA/V. The inputs RunR and RunL input need to be active, and Rotation, [219], Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43203 must be set to “R+L”, to operate the bipolar function on the Profibus slot/index 169/107 analogue input. Fieldbus format Long Modbus format EInt 5133 AnIn1 Bipol Stp 10.00V A AnIn1 Max [5132] Default: 0.00–10.00 V Parameter to set the maximum value of the external refer- ence signal. Only visible if [512] = User mA/V. Range: 0.0–20.0 mA, 0.00–10.00 V 5132 AnIn1 Max Communication information Stp10.0V/20.00mA Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43205 Default: 10.00 V/20.00 mA Profibus slot/index 169/109 0.00–20.00 mA Range: Fieldbus format Long 0–10.00 V Modbus format EInt Communication information Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43204 Profibus slot/index 169/108 Fieldbus format Long Modbus format EInt 118 Functional Description Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2AnIn1 Function Min [5134] AnIn1 Function Max [5136] With AnIn1 Function Min the physical minimum value is With AnIn1 Function Max the physical maximum value is scaled to selected process unit. The default scaling is scaled to selected process unit. The default scaling is dependent of the selected function of AnIn1 [511]. dependent of the selected function of AnIn1 [511]. See Table 25. 5134 AnIn1 FcMin 5136 AnIn1 FcMax Stp Min A Stp Max A Default: Min Default: Max Min 0 Min value Min 0 Min value Max 1 Max value Max 1 Max value User- 2 Define user value in menu [5135] User-defined 2 Define user value in menu [5137] defined Communication information Table 25 shows corresponding values for the min and max selections depending on the function of the analogue input Modbus Instance no/ [511]. 43207 DeviceNet no: Ta b l e 2 5 Profibus slot/index 169/111 Long, AnIn Function Min Max Fieldbus format Speed/Torque 1=1 rpm or %. Speed Min Speed [341] Max Speed [343] Other 1= 0.001 Torque 0% Max Torque [351] Modbus format EInt Process Ref Process Min [324] Process Max [325] AnIn1 Function Value Max [5137] Process Value Process Min [324] Process Max [325] With AnIn1 Function VaMax you define a user-defined value for the signal. Only visible when user-defined is Communication information selected in menu [5136]. Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43206 5137 AnIn1 VaMax Profibus slot/index 169/110 Stp 0.000 A Fieldbus format UInt Default: 0.000 Modbus format UInt Range: -10000.000 – 10000.000 AnIn1 Function Value Min [5135] With AnIn1 Function ValMin you define a user-defined Communication information value for the signal. Only visible when user-defined is selected in menu [5134]. Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43551 Profibus slot/index 170/200 5135 AnIn1 VaMin Long, Stp 0.000 A Speed 1=1 rpm Fieldbus format Torque 1=1% Default: 0.000 Process val 1=0.001 Range: -10000.000 – 10000.000 Modbus format EInt Communication information NOTE: With AnIn Min, AnIn Max, AnIn Function Min and AnIn Function Max settings, loss of feedback signals Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43541 (e.g. voltage drop due to long sensor wiring) can be compensated to ensure an accurate process control. Profibus slot/index 170/190 Long, Speed 1=1 rpm Fieldbus format Torque 1=1% Process val 1=0.001 Modbus format EInt Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Functional Description 119Example: AnIn change Process sensor is a sensor with the following specification: Range: 0–3 bar Original input signal 100% Output: 2–10 mA Analogue input should be set up according to: Filtered AnIn signal [512] AnIn1 Setup = User mA 63% [5131] AnIn1 Min = 2 mA [5132] AnIn1 Max = 10 mA [5134] AnIn1 Function Min = User-defined [5135] AnIn1 VaMin = 0.000 bar [5136] AnIn 1 Function Max = User-defined [5137] AnIn1 VaMax = 3.000 bar T 5 X T AnIn1 Operation [5138] Fig. 105 5138 AnIn1 Oper AnIn1 Enable [513A] Stp Add+ A Parameter for enable/disable analogue input selection via Default: Add+ digital inputs (DigIn set to function AnIn Select). Analogue signal is added to selected func- Add+ 0 tion in menu [511]. 513A AnIn1 Enabl Analogue signal is subtracted from Stp On A Sub- 1 selected function in menu [511]. Default: On Communication information On 0 AnIn1 is always active !DigIn 1 AnIn1 is only active if the digital input is low. Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43208 DigIn 2 AnIn1 is only active if the digital input is high. Profibus slot/index 169/112 Fieldbus format UInt Communication information Modbus format UInt Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: AnIn1 43210 Profibus slot/index AnIn1 169/114 AnIn1 Filter [5139] If the input signal is unstable (e.g. fluctuation reference Fieldbus format UInt value), the filter can be used to stabilize the signal. A change Modbus format UInt of the input signal will reach 63% on AnIn1 within the set AnIn1 Filter time. After 5 times the set time, AnIn1 will have reached 100% of the input change. See Fig. 105. AnIn2 Function [514] Parameter for setting the function of Analogue Input 2. 5139 AnIn1 Filt Same function as AnIn1 Func [511]. Stp 0.1s A 514 AnIn2 Fc Default: 0.1 s Stp Off A Range: 0.001 – 10.0 s Default: Off Communication information Selection: Same as in menu [511] Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43209 Communication information Profibus slot/index 169/113 Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43211 Fieldbus format Long, 1=0.001 s Profibus slot/index 169/115 Modbus format EInt Fieldbus format UInt Modbus format UInt 120 Functional Description Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2AnIn2 Setup [515] AnIn3 Setup [518] Parameter for setting the function of Analogue Input 2. Same functions as AnIn1 Setup [512]. Same functions as AnIn1 Setup [512]. 518 AnIn3 Setup Stp 4-20mA A 515 AnIn2 Setup Stp 4-20mA A Default: 4–20 mA Default: 4 – 20 mA Dependent on Setting of switch S3 Dependent on Setting of switch S2 Selection: Same as in menu [512]. Selection: Same as in menu [512]. Communication information Communication information Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43222 Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43212 Profibus slot/index 169/126 Profibus slot/index 169/116 Fieldbus format UInt Fieldbus format UInt Modbus format UInt Modbus format UInt AnIn3 Advanced [519] AnIn2 Advanced [516] Same functions and submenus as under AnIn1 Advanced Same functions and submenus as under AnIn1 Advanced [513]. [513]. 519 AnIn3 Advan 516 AnIn2 Advan Stp A Stp A Communication information Communication information 43223–43230 43213–43220 Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43543 Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43542 43553 43552 169/127–169/134 169/117–124 Profibus slot/index 170/192 Profibus slot/index 170/191 170/202 170/201 AnIn4 Function [51A] AnIn3 Function [517] Parameter for setting the function of Analogue Input 4. Parameter for setting the function of Analogue Input 3. Same function as AnIn1 Func [511]. Same function as AnIn1 Func [511]. 51A AnIn4 Fc 517 AnIn3 Fc Stp Off A Stp Off A Default: Off Default: Off Selection: Same as in menu [511] Selection: Same as in menu [511] Communication information Communication information Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43231 Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43221 Profibus slot/index 169/135 Profibus slot/index 169/125 Fieldbus format UInt Fieldbus format UInt Modbus format UInt Modbus format UInt Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Functional Description 121AnIn4 Set-up [51B] 11.5.2 Digital Inputs [520] Same functions as AnIn1 Setup [512]. Submenu with all the settings for the digital inputs. NOTE: Additional inputs will become available when the 51B AnIn4 Setup I/O option boards are connected. Stp 4-20mA A Default: 4-20 mA Digital Input 1 [521] Dependent on Setting of switch S4 To select the function of the digital input. Selection: Same as in menu [512]. On the standard control board there are eight digital inputs. If the same function is programmed for more than one input Communication information that function will be activated according to “OR” logic if nothing else is stated. Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43232 Profibus slot/index 169/136 521 DigIn 1 Fieldbus format UInt Stp RunL A Modbus format UInt Default: RunL Off 0 The input is not active. AnIn4 Advanced [51C] Be aware that if there is nothing connected Same functions and submenus as under AnIn1 Advanced to the input, the VSD will trip at “External [513]. Ext. Trip 3 trip” immediately. NOTE: The External Trip is active low. NOTE: Activated according to “AND” logic. 51C AnIn4 Advan Stop command according to the selected Stp A Stop mode in menu [33B]. Stop 4 NOTE: The Stop command is active low. NOTE: Activated according to “AND” logic. Communication information Enable command. General start condition to run the VSD. If made low during running 43233–43240 the output of the VSD is cut off immedi- Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43544 ately, causing the motor to coast to zero 43554 Enable 5 speed. 169/137–144 NOTE: If none of the digital inputs are pro- Profibus slot/index 170/193 grammed to “Enable”, the internal enable 170/203 signal is active. NOTE: Activated according to “AND” logic. Run Right command. The output of the RunR 6 VSD will be a clockwise rotary field. Run Left command. The output of the VSD RunL 7 will be a counter-clockwise rotary field. Reset command. To reset a Trip condition Reset 9 and to enable the Autoreset function. Preset Ctrl1 10 To select the Preset Reference. Preset Ctrl2 11 To select the Preset Reference. Preset Ctrl3 12 To select the Preset Reference. Increases the internal reference value according to the set AccMotPot time [333]. MotPot Up 13 Has the same function as a “real” motor potentiometer, see Fig. 86. Decreases the internal reference value MotPot 14 according to the set DecMotPot time [334]. Down See MotPot Up. 122 Functional Description Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2Ta bl e 2 6 Feedback input pump1 for Pump/Fan con- Pump1 15 trol and informs about the status of the Feedb Parameter Set Set Ctrl 1 Set Ctrl 2 auxiliary connected pump/fan. A00 Feedback input pump 2 for Pump/Fan con- Pump2 16 trol and informs about the status of the B10 Feedb auxiliary connected pump/fan. C01 Feedback input pump3 for Pump/Fan con- Pump3 D11 17 trol and informs about the status of the Feedb auxiliary connected pump/fan. Feedback input pump 4 for Pump/Fan con- NOTE: To activate the parameter set selection, menu Pump4 18 trol and informs about the status of the 241 must be set to DigIn. Feedb auxiliary connected pump/fan. Feedback input pump5 for Pump/Fan con- Pump5 Digital Input 2 [522] to Digital Input 8 19 trol and informs about the status of the Feedb auxiliary connected pump/fan. [528] Feedback input pump 6 for Pump/Fan con- Same function as DigIn 1 [521]. Default function for DigIn Pump6 20 trol and informs about the status of the 8 is Reset. For DigIn 3 to 7 the default function is Off. Feedb auxiliary connected pump/fan. Timer 1 Delay [643] will be activated on the 522 DigIn 2 Timer 1 21 rising edge of this signal. Stp RunR A Timer 2 Delay [653] will be activated on the Timer 2 22 rising edge of this signal. Default: RunR Activates other parameter set. See Table Selection: Same as in menu [521] Set Ctrl 1 23 26 for selection possibilities. Activates other parameter set. See Table Communication information Set Ctrl 2 24 26 for selection possibilities. Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43241–43248 Pre-magnetises the motor. Used for faster Mot PreMag 25 motor start. Profibus slot/index 169/146–169/152 To activate the Jog function. Gives a Run Fieldbus format UInt Jog 26 command with the set Jog speed and Modbus format UInt Direction, page 97. Be aware that if there is nothing connected to the input, the VSD will trip at “External Additional digital inputs [529] to [52H] Ext Mot 27 Motor Temp” immediately. Temp Additional digital inputs with I/O option board installed, NOTE: The External Motor Temp is active B1 DigIn 1 [529] - B3 DigIn 3 [52H]. B stands for board low. and 1 to 3 is the number of the board which is related to the Activate local mode defined in [2171] and Loc/Rem 28 position of the I/O option board on the option mounting [2172]. plate. The functions and selections are the same as DigIn 1 Activate/deactivate analogue inputs [521]. AnIn select 29 defined in [513A], [516A], [519A] and Communication information [51CA] Liquid cooling low level signal. Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43501–43509 LC Level 30 NOTE: The Liquid Cooling Level is active low. Profibus slot/index 170/150–170/158 Fieldbus format Int NOTE: For bipol function, input RunR and RunL needs to Modbus format Int be active and Rotation, [219] must be set to “R+L”. Communication information Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43241 Profibus slot/index 169/145 Fieldbus format UInt Modbus format UInt Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Functional Description 12311.5.3 Analogue Outputs [530] AnOut 1 Setup [532] Submenu with all settings for the analogue outputs. Selec- Preset scaling and offset of the output configuration. tions can be made from application and VSD values, in order to visualize actual status. Analogue outputs can also be 532 AnOut1 Setup used as a mirror of the analogue input. Such a signal can be Stp 4-20mA A used as: • a reference signal for the next VSD in a Master/Slave Default: 4-20mA configuration (see Fig. 106). The current output has a fixed threshold • a feedback acknowledgement of the received analogue 4–20mA 0 (Live Zero) of 4 mA and controls the full range for the output signal. See Fig. 103. reference value. Normal full current scale configuration of 0–20mA 1 the output that controls the full range for AnOut1 Function [531] the output signal. See Fig. 102. Sets the function for the Analogue Output 1. Scale and The scale of the current controlled output range are defined by AnOut1 Advanced settings [533]. that controls the full range for the output User mA 2 signal. Can be defined by the advanced 531 AnOut1 Fc AnOut Min and AnOut Max menus. Stp Speed A Sets the output for a bipolar current out- User Bipol put, where the scale controls the range 3 Default: Speed mA for the output signal. Scale can be defined in advanced menu AnOut Bipol. Actual process value according to Proc- Process Val 0 ess feedback signal. Normal full voltage scale configuration of 0-10V 4 the output that controls the full range for Speed 1 Actual speed. the output signal. See Fig. 102. Torque 2 Actual torque. The voltage output has a fixed threshold Process Ref 3 Actual process reference value. 2–10V 5 (Live Zero) of 2 V and controls the full range for the output signal. See Fig. 103. Shaft Power 4 Actual shaft power. Frequency 5 Actual frequency. The scale of the voltage controlled output that controls the full range for the output User V 6 Current 6 Actual current. signal. Can be defined by the advanced El power 7 Actual electrical power. AnOut Min and AnOut Max menus. Output volt 8 Actual output voltage. Sets the output for a bipolar voltage out- put, where the scale controls the range DC-voltage 9 Actual DC link voltage. User Bipol V 7 for the output signal. Scale can be Mirror of received signal value on defined in advanced menu AnOut Bipol. AnIn1 10 AnIn1. Mirror of received signal value on Communication information AnIn2 11 AnIn2. Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43252 Mirror of received signal value on AnIn3 12 AnIn3. Profibus slot/index 169/156 Mirror of received signal value on Fieldbus format UInt AnIn4 13 AnIn4. Modbus format UInt NOTE: When selections AnIn1, AnIn2 …. AnIn4 is selected, the setup of the AnOut (menu [532] or [535]) has to be set to 0-10V or 0-20mA. When the AnOut Setup is set to e.g. 4-20mA, the mirroring is not working Ref. Ref. VSD 1 VSD 2 correct. Slave Master AnOut Communication information Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43251 Profibus slot/index 169/155 Fig. 106 Fieldbus format UInt Modbus format UInt 124 Functional Description Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2AnOut1 Bipol [5333] AnOut1 Advanced [533] Automatically displayed if User Bipol mA or User Bipol V is With the functions in the AnOut1 Advanced menu, the out- selected in menu AnOut1 Setup. The menu will automati- put can be completely defined according to the application cally show mA or V range according to the selected function. needs. The menus will automatically be adapted to “mA” or The range is set by changing the positive maximum value; “V”, according to the selection in AnOut1 Setup [532]. the negative value is automatically adapted accordingly. Only visible if [512] = User Bipol mA/V. 533 AnOut 1 Adv Stp A 5333 AnOut1Bipol Stp-10.00-10.00V AnOut1 Min [5331] Default: -10.00–10.00 V This parameter is automatically displayed if User mA or User V is selected in menu AnOut 1 Setup [532]. The menu Range: -10.00–10.00 V, -20.0–20.0 mA will automatically adapt to current or voltage setting accord- ing to the selected setup. Only visible if [532] = User mA/V. Communication information Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43255 5331 AnOut 1 Min Stp 4mA Profibus slot/index 169/159 A Fieldbus format Long, 1=0.01 Default: 4 mA Modbus format EInt Range: 0.00 – 20.00 mA, 0 – 10.00 V AnOut1 Function Min [5334] Communication information With AnOut1 Function Min the physical minimum value is scaled to selected presentation. The default scaling is Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43253 dependent of the selected function of AnOut1 [531]. Profibus slot/index 169/157 Fieldbus format Long, 1=0.01 5334 AnOut1FCMin Stp Min A Modbus format EInt Default: Min AnOut1 Max [5332] Min 0 Min value This parameter is automatically displayed if User mA or Max 1 Max value User V is selected in menu AnOut1 Setup [532]. The menu will automatically adapt to current or voltage setting accord- User-defined 2 Define user value in menu [5335] ing to the selected setup. Only visible if [532] = User mA/V. Table 27 shows corresponding values for the min and max 5332 AnOut 1 Max selections depending on the function of the analogue output Stp 20.0mA [531]. Default: 20.00 mA Ta bl e 2 7 Range: 0.00–20.00 mA, 0–10.00 V AnOut Min Value Max Value Function Communication information Process Value Process Min [324] Process Max [325] Speed Min Speed [341] Max Speed [343] Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43254 Torque 0% Max Torque [351] Profibus slot/index 169/158 Process Ref Process Min [324] Process Max [325] Fieldbus format Long, 1=0.01 Shaft Power 0% Motor Power [223] Modbus format EInt Frequency 0 Hz Motor Frequency [222] Current 0 A Motor Current [224] El Power 0 W Motor Power [223] Output Voltage 0 V Motor Voltage [221] Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Functional Description 125Ta b l e 2 7 Communication information AnOut Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43257 Min Value Max Value Function Profibus slot/index 169/161 DC voltage 0 V 1000 V Fieldbus format Long, 0.001 AnIn1 AnIn1 Function Min AnIn1 Function Max Modbus format EInt AnIn2 AnIn2 Function Min AnIn2 Function Max AnIn3 AnIn3 Function Min AnIn3 Function Max NOTE: It is possible to set AnOut1 up as an inverted output signal by setting AnOut1 Min > AnOut1 Max. See AnIn4 AnIn4 Function Min AnIn4 Function Max Fig. 104. Communication information AnOut1 Function Value Max [5337] Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43256 With AnOut1 Function VaMax you define a user-defined value for the signal. Only visible when user-defined is Profibus slot/index 169/160 selected in menu [5334]. Long, Fieldbus format 1=0.1 W, 0.1 Hz, 0.1 A, 0.1 V or 0.001 5337 AnOut1VaMax Stp 0.000 Modbus format EInt A Default: 0.000 AnIn1 Function Value Min [5335] Range: -10000.000–10000.000 With AnOut1 Function VaMin you define a user-defined value for the signal. Only visible when user-defined is selected in menu [5334]. Communication information Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43555 5335 AnOut1VaMin Profibus slot/index 170/204 Stp 0.000 A Long, Default: 0.000 Speed 1=1 rpm Fieldbus format Range: -10000.000–10000.000 Torque 1=1% Process val 1=0.001 Communication information Modbus format EInt Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43545 AnOut2 Function [534] Profibus slot/index 170/194 Sets the function for the Analogue Output 2. Long, Speed 1=1 rpm Fieldbus format Torque 1=1% 534 AnOut2 Fc Process val 1=0.001 Stp Torque A Modbus format EInt Default: Torque AnOut1 Function Max [5336] Selection: Same as in menu [531] With AnOut1 Function Min the physical minimum value is scaled to selected presentation. The default scaling is Communication information dependent on the selected function of AnOut1 [531]. See Table 27. Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43261 Profibus slot/index 169/165 5336 AnOut1FCMax Fieldbus format UInt Stp Max A Modbus format UInt Default: Max Min 0 Min value Max 1 Max value User defined 2 Define user value in menu [5337] 126 Functional Description Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2AnOut2 Setup [535] 11.5.4 Digital Outputs [540] Preset scaling and offset of the output configuration for ana- Submenu with all the settings for the digital outputs. logue output 2. Digital Out 1 [541] 535 AnOut2 Setup Sets the function for the digital output 1. Stp 4-20mA A NOTE: The definitions described here are valid for the Default: 4-20mA active output condition. Selection: Same as in menu [532] 541 DigOut 1 Communication information Stp Ready A Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43262 Default: Ready Profibus slot/index 169/166 Output is not active and constantly Off 0 low. Fieldbus format UInt Output is made constantly high, i.e. Modbus format UInt On 1 for checking circuits and trouble shooting. AnOut2 Advanced [536] Running. The VSD output is active = Run 2 produces current for the motor. Same functions and submenus as under AnOut1 Advanced [533]. Stop 3 The VSD output is not active. The output frequency=0±0.1Hz when 0Hz 4 536 AnOut2 Advan in Run condition. Stp A The speed is increasing or decreasing Acc/Dec 5 along the acc. ramp dec. ramp. At Process 6 The output = Reference. Communication information The frequency is limited by the Maxi- At Max spd 7 mum Speed. 43263–43267 Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43546 No Trip 8 No Trip condition active. 43556 Trip 9 A Trip condition is active. 169/167–169/171 AutoRst Trip 10 Autoreset trip condition active. Profibus slot/index 170/195 170/205 Limit 11 A Limit condition is active. Warning 12 A Warning condition is active. The VSD is ready for operation and to accept a start command. This means Ready 13 that the VSD is powered up and healthy. The torque is limited by the torque T= T 14 lim limit function. The output current is higher than the motor nominal current [224], reduced I>I 15 nom according to Motor ventilation [228], see Fig. 71. The output is used to control a Brake 16 mechanical brake. One of the AnIn input signals is lower Sgnl0.5%), i.e. forward/ Run Right 85 PumpSlave2 44 Activate pump slave 2 clockwise direction. PumpSlave3 45 Activate pump slave 3 Negative speed (?0.5%), i.e. reverse Run Left 86 counter clockwise direction. PumpSlave4 46 Activate pump slave 4 Com Active 87 Fieldbus communication active. PumpSlave5 47 Activate pump slave 5 PumpSlave6 48 Activate pump slave 6 Communication information PumpMaster1 49 Activate pump master 1 Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43271 PumpMaster2 50 Activate pump master 2 Profibus slot/index 169/175 PumpMaster3 51 Activate pump master 3 Fieldbus format UInt PumpMaster4 52 Activate pump master 4 Modbus format UInt PumpMaster5 53 Activate pump master 5 PumpMaster6 54 Activate pump master 6 All Pumps 55 All pumps are running Only Master 56 Only the master is running Loc/Rem 57 Local/Rem function is active Standby 58 Standby supply option is active 128 Functional Description Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2Digital Out 2 [542] Relay 2 [552] NOTE: The definitions described here are valid for the NOTE: The definitions described here are valid for the active output condition. active output condition. Sets the function for the digital output 2. Sets the function for the relay output 2. 542 DigOut2 552 Relay 2 Stp No Trip Stp Run A A Default: No trip Default: Run Selection: Same as in menu [541] Selection: Same as in menu [541] Communication information Communication information Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43272 Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43274 Profibus slot/index 169/176 Profibus slot/index 169/178 Fieldbus format UInt Fieldbus format UInt Modbus format UInt Modbus format UInt 11.5.5 Relays [550] Relay 3 [553] Submenu with all the settings for the relay outputs. The Sets the function for the relay output 3. relay mode selection makes it possible to establish a “fail safe” relay operation by using the normal closed contact to 553 Relay 3 function as the normal open contact. Stp Off A NOTE: Additional relays will become available when I/O Default: Off option boards are connected. Maximum 3 boards with 3 Selection: Same as in menu [541] relays each. Communication information Relay 1 [551] Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43275 Sets the function for the relay output 1. Same function as digital output 1 [541] can be selected. Profibus slot/index 169/179 Fieldbus format UInt 551 Relay 1 Modbus format UInt Stp Trip A Default: Trip Board Relay [554] to [55C] Selection: Same as in menu [541] These additional relays are only visible if an I/O option board is fitted in slot 1, 2, or 3. The outputs are named B1 Relay 1–3, B2 Relay 1–3 and B3 Relay 1–3. B stands for Communication information board and 1–3 is the number of the board which is related to the position of the I/O option board on the option mount- Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43273 ing plate. Profibus slot/index 169/177 Fieldbus format UInt NOTE: Visible only if optional board is detected or if any input/output is activated. Modbus format UInt Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Functional Description 129Communication information 11.5.6 Virtual Connections [560] Functions to enable eight internal connections of compara- Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43511–43519 tor, timer and digital signals, without occupying physical Profibus slot/index 170/160–170/168 digital in/outputs. Virtual connections are used to wireless connection of a digital output function to a digital input Fieldbus format UInt function. Available signals and control functions can be used Modbus format UInt to create your own specific functions. Example of start delay Relay Advanced [55D] The motor will start in RunR 10 seconds after DigIn1 gets This function makes it possible to ensure that the relay will high. DigIn1 has a time delay of 10 s. also be closed when the VSD is malfunctioning or powered down. Menu Parameter Setting Example [521] DigIn1 Timer 1 A process always requires a certain minimum flow. To con- [561] VIO 1 Dest RunR trol the required number of pumps by the relay mode NC, [562] VIO 1 Source T1Q the e.g. the pumps can be controlled normally by the pump control, but are also activated when the variable speed drive [641] Timer1 Trig DigIn 1 is tripped or powered down. [642] Timer1 Mode Delay [643] Timer1 Delay 0:00:10 55D Relay Adv Stp A NOTE: When a digital input and a virtual destination are set to the same function, this function will act as an OR logic function. Relay 1 Mode [55D1] 55D1 Relay Mode Virtual Connection 1 Destination [561] Stp N.O With this function the destination of the virtual connection A is established. When a function can be controlled by several Default: N.O sources, e.g. VC destination or Digital Input, the function will be controlled in conformity with “OR logic”. See DigIn The normal open contact of the relay will N.O 0 be activated when the function is active. for descriptions of the different selections. The normally closed contact of the relay will act as a normal open contact. The 561 VIO 1 Dest N.C 1 contact will be opened when function is Stp Off A not active and closed when function is active. Default: Off Same selections as for Digital Input 1, Communication information Selection: menu [521]. Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43276 Communication information Profibus slot/index 169/180 Fieldbus format UInt Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43281 Modbus format UInt Profibus slot/index 169/185 Fieldbus format UInt Relay Modes [55D2] to [55DC] Modbus format UInt Same function as for relay 1 mode [55D1]. Communication information 43277–43278, Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43521–43529 169/181–169/182, Profibus slot/index 170/170–170/178 Fieldbus format UInt Modbus format UInt 130 Functional Description Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2Virtual Connection 1 Source [562] 11.6.1 Comparators [610] With this function the source of the virtual connection is The comparators available make it possible to monitor dif- defined. See DigOut 1 for description of the different selec- ferent internal signals and values, and visualize via digital tions. output or a contact, when a specific value or status is reached or established. There are 2 analogue comparators that compare any availa- 562 VIO 1 Source ble analogue value (including the analogue reference inputs) Stp Off A with two adjustable constants. Default: Off For the two analogue comparators two different constants are available, Level HI and Level LO. With these two levels, Selection: Same as for menu [541]. it is possible to create a clear hysteresis for the analogue com- parator between setting and resetting the comparator out- Communication information put. This function gives a clear difference in switching levels, which lets the process adapt until a certain action is started. Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43282 With such a hysteresis, even an instable analogue signal can Profibus slot/index 169/186 be monitored without getting a nervous comparator signal. Another function is to get a clear indication that a certain Fieldbus format UInt situation has occurred; the comparator can latch by set Level Modbus format UInt LO to a higher value than Level HI. There are 2 digital comparators that compare any available digital signal. Virtual Connections 2-8 [563] to [56G] Same function as virtual connection 1 [561] and [562]. The output signals of these comparators can be logically tied together to yield a logical output signal. Communication information for virtual connections 2-8 Destination. All the output signals can be programmed to the digital or relay outputs or used as a source for the virtual connections [560]. 43283, 43285, 43287, Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43289, 43291, 43293, 43295 Analogue Comparator 1 Value [611] 169/ 187, 189, 191, Profibus slot/index Selection of the analogue value for Analogue Comparator 1 193, 195, 197, 199 (CA1). Fieldbus format UInt Analogue comparator 1 compares the selectable analogue Modbus format UInt value in menu [611] with the constant Level HI in menu [612] and constant Level LO in menu [613]. When the Communication information for virtual connections 2-8 value exceeds the upper limit level high, the output signal Source. CA1 becomes high and !A1 low, see Fig. 107. When the value then decreases below the lower limit, the output signal 43284, 43286, 43288, CA1 becomes low and !A1 high. Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43290, 43292, 43294, The output signal can be programmed as a virtual connec- 43296 tion source and to the digital or relay outputs. 169/ 188, 190, 192, Profibus slot/index 194, 196, 198, 200 Analogue value: Fieldbus format UInt Menu [611] Signal:CA1 Modbus format UInt Adjustable Level HI. 0 Menu [612] Adjustable Level LO. 1 Menu [613] 11.6 Logical Functions and (NG_06-F125) Timers [600] With the Comparators, Logic Functions and Timers, condi- Fig. 107 Analogue Comparator tional signals can be programmed for control or signalling features. This gives you the ability to compare different sig- nals and values in order to generate monitoring/controlling features. Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Functional Description 131Menu Function Setting 611 CA1 Value Stp Speed A 511 AnIn1 Function Process reference 512 AnIn1 Set-up 4-20 mA, threshold is 4 mA Default: Speed 341 Min Speed 0 Process Val 0 Set by Unit [310] 343 Max Speed 1500 Speed 1 rpm 611 CA1 Value AnIn1 Torque 2 % 612 CA1 Level HI 16% (3.2mA/20mA x 100%) Shaft Power 3 kW 613 CA1 Level LO 12% (2.4mA/20mA x 100%) El Power 4 kW 561 VIO 1 Dest RunR Current 5 A 562 VIO 1 Source CA1 Output Volt 6 V 215 Run/Stp Ctrl Remote Frequency 7 Hz DC Voltage 8 V Heatsink Tmp 9 °C Reference signal AnIn1 Max speed 20 mA PT100_1 10 °C PT100_2 11 °C PT100_3 12 °C Energy 13 kWh Run Time 14 h 4 mA CA1 Level HI = 16% Mains Time 15 h 3.2 mA CA1 Level LO = 12% AnIn1 16 % 2.4 mA AnIn2 17 % AnIn3 18 % AnIn4 19 % t CA1 Communication information Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43401 Mode Profibus slot/index 170/50 RUN Fieldbus format UInt STOP Modbus format UInt T 1 2 3 4 5 6 Example Fig. 108 Create automatic RUN/STOP signal via the analogue refer- ence signal. Analogue current reference signal, 4-20 mA, is connected to Analogue Input 1. AnIn1 Setup, menu [512] = 4-20 mA and the threshold is 4 mA. Full scale (100%) input signal on AnIn 1 = 20 mA. When the reference signal on AnIn1 increases 80% of the threshold (4 mA x 0.8 = 3.2 mA), the VSD will be set in RUN mode. When the signal on AnIn1 goes below 60% of the threshold (4 mA x 0.6 = 2.4 mA) the VSD is set to STOP mode. The output of CA1 is used as a virtual connection source that controls the vir- tual connection destination RUN. 132 Functional Description Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2Communication information No. Description The reference signal passes the Level LO value from Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43402 1 below (positive edge), the comparator CA1 output stays Profibus slot/index 170/51 low, mode=RUN. Long, The reference signal passes the Level HI value from 1=1 W, 0.1 A, 0.1 V, 2 below (positive edge), the comparator CA1 output is set Fieldbus format 0.1 Hz, 0.1°C, 1 kWh, high, mode=RUN. 1H, 1%, 1 rpm or 0.001 The reference signal passes the threshold level of 4 mA, via process value 3 the motor speed will now follow the reference signal. Modbus format EInt During this period the motor speed will follow the refer- T ence signal. Example The reference signal reaches the threshold level, motor 4 This example describes the normal use of the constant level speed is 0 rpm, mode = RUN. high and low. The reference signal passes the Level HI value from 5 above (negative edge), the comparator CA1 output stays Menu Function Setting high, mode =RUN. The reference signal passes the Level LO value from 343 Max Speed 1500 6 above (negative edge), the comparator CA1 out- 611 CA1 Value Speed put=STOP. 612 CA1 Level HI 300 rpm 613 CA1 Level LO 200 rpm Analogue Comparator 1 Level High 561 VC1 Dest Timer 1 [612] Selects the analogue comparator constant high level accord- 562 VC1 Source CA1 ing to the selected value in menu [611]. The default value is 300. MAX speed 612 CA1 Level HI [343] Stp 300rpm A CA1 Level HI [612] 300 Default: 300 rpm Hysteresis Range: Enter a value for the high level. 200 CA1 Level LO [613] Mode Min Max Decimals Process 0 3 t Speed, rpm 0 Max speed 0 Output Torque, % 0 Max torque 0 CA1 Shaft Power, kW 0 Motor P x4 0 High n El Power, kW 0 Motor P x4 0 n Low Current, A 0 Motor I x4 1 n Output volt, V 0 1000 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Frequency, Hz 0 400 1 Fig. 109 DC voltage, V 0 1250 1 Heatsink temp, °C0 100 1 PT 100_1_2_3, °C -100 300 1 Energy, kWh 0 1000000 0 Run time, h 0 65535 0 Mains time, h 0 65535 0 AnIn 1-4% 0 100 0 Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Functional Description 133Analogue Comparator 2 Value [614] No. Description Function is identical to analogue comparator 1 value. The reference signal passes the Level LO value from 1 below (positive edge), the comparator CA1 does not change, output stays low. 614 CA2 Value Stp Torque The reference signal passes the Level HI value from A 2 below (positive edge), the comparator CA1 output is Default: Torque set high. Selections: Same as in menu [611] The reference signal passes the Level HI value from 3 above (negative edge), the comparator CA1 does not change, output stays high. Communication information The reference signal passes the Level LO value from 4 above (negative edge), the comparator CA1 is reset, Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43404 output is set low. Profibus slot/index 170/53 The reference signal passes the Level LO value from 5 below (positive edge), the comparator CA1 does not Fieldbus format UInt change, output stays low. Modbus format UInt The reference signal passes the Level HI value from 6 below (positive edge), the comparator CA1 output is set high. Analogue Comparator 2 Level High The reference signal passes the Level HI value from [615] 7 above (negative edge), the comparator CA1 does not change, output stays high. Function is identical to analogue comparator 1 level high. The reference signal passes the Level LO value from 8 above (negative edge), the comparator CA1 is reset, 615 CA2 Level HI output is set low. Stp 20% A Default: 20% Analogue Comparator 1 Level Low Range: Enter a value for the high level. [613] Selects the analogue comparator constant low level accord- Communication information ing to the selected value in menu [611]. For default value see selection table for menu [612]. Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43405 Profibus slot/index 170/54 613 CA1 Level LO Long Stp 200rpm A 1=1 W, 0.1 A, 0.1 V, Fieldbus format 0.1 Hz, 0.1°C, 1 kWh, Default: 200 rpm 1H, 1%, 1 rpm or 0.001 via process value Range: Enter a value for the low level. Modbus format EInt Communication information Analogue Comparator 2 Level Low Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43403 [616] Profibus slot/index 170/52 Function is identical to analogue comparator 1 level low. Long, 1=1 W, 0.1 A, 0.1 V, Fieldbus format 0.1 Hz, 0.1°C, 1 kWh, 616 CA2 Level LO 1H, 1%, 1 rpm or 0.001 Stp 10% A via process value Default: 10% Modbus format EInt Range: Enter a value for the low level. 134 Functional Description Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2Communication information Communication information Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43406 Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43408 Profibus slot/index 170/55 Profibus slot/index 170/57 Long, Fieldbus format UInt 1=1 W, 0.1 A, 0.1 V, Modbus format UInt Fieldbus format 0.1 Hz, 0.1°C, 1 kWh, 1H, 1%, 1 rpm or 0.001 via process value 11.6.2 Logic Output Y [620] Modbus format EInt By means of an expression editor, the comparator signals can be logically combined into the Logic Y function. The expression editor has the following features: Digital Comparator 1 [617] Selection of the input signal for digital comparator 1 (CD1). • The following signals can be used: CA1, CA2, CD1, CD2 or LZ (or LY) The output signal CD1 becomes high if the selected input signal is active. See Fig. 110. • The following signals can be inverted: !A1, !A2, !D1, !D2, or !LZ (or !LY) The output signal can be programmed to the digital or relay outputs or used as a source for the virtual connections [560]. • The following logical operators are available: "+" : OR operator "&" : AND operator + "^" : EXOR operator Digital signal: Signal: CD1 DComp 1 Expressions according to the following truth table can be Menu [617] made: - (NG_06-F126) Input Result Fig. 110 Digital comparator A B & (AND) + (OR) ^(EXOR) 617 CD1 00000 Stp Run A 01011 Default: Run 10011 Selection: Same selections as for DigOut 1 [541]. 11110 Communication information The output signal can be programmed to the digital or relay outputs or used as a Virtual Connection Source [560]. Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43407 Profibus slot/index 170/56 620 LOGIC Y Fieldbus format UInt Stp CA1&!A2&CD1 Modbus format UInt Communication information Digital Comparator 2 [618] Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 31035 Function is identical to digital comparator 1. Profibus slot/index 121/179 Fieldbus format Long 618 CD 2 Modbus format Text Stp DigIn 1 A Default: DigIn 1 The expression must be programmed by means of the menus [621] to [625]. Selection: Same selections as for DigOut 1 [541]. Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Functional Description 135Communication information Example: Broken belt detection for Logic Y Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43411 This example describes the programming for a so-called Profibus slot/index 170/60 “broken belt detection” for fan applications. Fieldbus format UInt The comparator CA1 is set for frequency>10Hz. Modbus format UInt The comparator !A2 is set for load < 20%. The comparator CD1 is set for Run. Y Operator 1 [622] The 3 comparators are all AND-ed, given the “broken belt Selects the first operator for the logic Y function. detection”. In menus [621]-[625] expression entered for Logic Y is visi- 622 Y Operator 1 ble. Stp & A Set menu [621] to CA1 Set menu [622] to & Default: & Set menu [623] to !A2 & 1 &=AND Set menu [624] to & Set menu [625] to CD1 + 2 +=OR Menu [620] now holds the expression for Logic Y: ^3^=EXOR CA1&!A2&CD1 Communication information which is to be read as: (CA1&!A2)&CD1 Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43412 Profibus slot/index 170/61 NOTE: Set menu [624] to "." to finish the expression Fieldbus format UInt when only two comparators are required for Logic Y. Modbus format UInt Y Comp 1 [621] Selects the first comparator for the logic Y function. Y Comp 2 [623] Selects the second comparator for the logic Y function. 621 Y Comp 1 Stp CA1 623 Y Comp 2 A Stp !A2 A Default: CA1 Default: !A2 CA1 0 !A1 1 Selection: Same as menu [621] CA2 2 Communication information !A2 3 CD1 4 Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43413 !D1 5 Profibus slot/index 170/62 CD2 6 Fieldbus format UInt !D2 7 Modbus format UInt LZ/LY 8 !LZ/!LY 9 T1 10 !T1 11 T2 12 !T2 13 136 Functional Description Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2Y Operator 2 [624] Z Comp 1 [631] Selects the second operator for the logic Y function. Selects the first comparator for the logic Z function. 624 Y Operator 2 631 Z Comp 1 Stp & Stp CA1 A A Default: & Default: CA1 When · (dot) is selected, the Logic Y Selection: Same as menu [621] .0 expression is finished (when only two expressions are tied together). Communication information &1&=AND Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43421 +2+=OR Profibus slot/index 170/70 ^3^=EXOR Fieldbus format UInt Communication information Modbus format UInt Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43414 Z Operator 1 [632] Profibus slot/index 170/63 Selects the first operator for the logic Z function. Fieldbus format UInt Modbus format UInt 632 Z Operator 1 Stp & A Y Comp 3 [625] Default: & Selects the third comparator for the logic Y function. Selection: Same as menu [622] 625 Y Comp 3 Communication information Stp CD1 A Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43422 Default: CD1 Profibus slot/index 170/71 Selection: Same as menu [621] Fieldbus format UInt Communication information Modbus format UInt Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43415 Z Comp 2 [633] Profibus slot/index 170/64 Selects the second comparator for the logic Z function. Fieldbus format UInt Modbus format UInt 633 Z Comp 2 Stp !A2 A 11.6.3 Logic Output Z [630] Default: !A2 Selection: Same as menu [621] 630 LOGIC Z Stp CA1&!A2&CD1 A Communication information Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43423 The expression must be programmed by means of the menus [631] to [635]. Profibus slot/index 170/72 Fieldbus format UInt Modbus format UInt Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Functional Description 137The output signal can be programmed to the digital or relay Z Operator 2 [634] outputs used in logic functions [620] and [630], or as a vir- Selects the second operator for the logic Z function. tual connection source [560]. 634 Z Operator 2 NOTE: The actual timers are common for all parameter Stp & sets. If the actual set is changed, the timer functionality A [641] to [645] will change according set settings but the Default: & timer value will stay unchanged. So initialization of the timer might differ for a set change compared to normal Selection: Same as menu [624] triggering of a timer. Communication information Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43424 Timer1 Trig Profibus slot/index 170/73 Fieldbus format UInt T1Q Modbus format UInt T1 T2 T1 T2 Fig. 112 Z Comp 3 [635] Selects the third comparator for the logic Z function. Timer 1 Trig [641] 635 Z Comp 3 Stp CD1 A 641 Timer1 Trig Stp Off A Default: CD1 Default: Off Selection: Same as menu [621] Selection: Same selections as Digital Output 1 menu [541]. Communication information Communication information Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43425 Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43431 Profibus slot/index 170/74 Profibus slot/index 170/80 Fieldbus format UInt Fieldbus format UInt Modbus format UInt Modbus format UInt 11.6.4 Timer1 [640] The Timer functions can be used as a delay timer or as an Timer 1 Mode [642] interval with separate On and Off times (alternate mode). In delay mode, the output signal T1Q becomes high if the set 642 Timer1 Mode delay time is expired. See Fig. 111. Stp Off A Default: Off Off 0 Timer1 Trig Delay 1 Alternate 2 T1Q Timer1 delay Fig. 111 In alternate mode, the output signal T1Q will switch auto- matically from high to low etc. according to the set interval times. See Fig. 112. 138 Functional Description Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2Communication information Communication information Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43432 43436 hours Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43437 minutes Profibus slot/index 170/81 43438 seconds Fieldbus format UInt 170/85, 170/86, Profibus slot/index 170/87 Modbus format UInt Fieldbus format UInt Modbus format UInt Timer 1 Delay [643] This menu is only visible when timer mode is set to delay. This menu can only be edited as in alternative 2, see section Timer 1 T2 [645] 9.5, page 55. Timer 1 T2 sets the down time in the alternate mode. Timer 1 delay sets the time that will be used by the first timer after it is activated. Timer 1 can be activated by a high 645 Timer1 T2 signal on a DigIn that is set to Timer 1 or via a virtual desti- Stp 0:00:00 A nation [560]. Default: 0:00:00, hr:min:sec 643 Timer1Delay Range: 0:00:00–9:59:59 Stp 0:00:00 A Communication information Default: 0:00:00 (hr:min:sec) Range: 0:00:00–9:59:59 43439 hours Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43440 minutes 43441 seconds Communication information 170/88, 170/89, Profibus slot/index 43433 hours 170/90 Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43434 minutes Fieldbus format UInt 43435 seconds Modbus format UInt 170/82, 170/83, Profibus slot/index 170/84 NOTE: Timer 1 T1 [644] and Timer 2 T1 [654] are only Fieldbus format UInt visible when Timer Mode is set to Alternate. Modbus format UInt Timer 1 Value [649] Timer 1 T1 [644] Timer 1 Value shows actual value of the timer. When timer mode is set to Alternate and Timer 1 is enabled, this timer will automatically keep on switching according to 649 Timer1 Value the independently programmable up and down times. The Timer 1 in Alternate mode can be enabled by a digital input Stp 0:00:00 A or via a virtual connection. See Fig. 112. Timer 1 T1 sets the Default: 0:00:00, hr:min:sec up time in the alternate mode. Range: 0:00:00–9:59:59 644 Timer 1 T1 Stp 0:00:00 Communication information A Default: 0:00:00 (hr:min:sec) 42921 hours Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 42922 minutes Range: 0:00:00–9:59:59 42923 seconds 168/80, 168/81, Profibus slot/index 168/82 Fieldbus format UInt Modbus format UInt Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Functional Description 139Communication information 11.6.5 Timer2 [650] Refer to the descriptions for Timer1. 43453 hours Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43454 minutes 43455 seconds Timer 2 Trig [651] 170/102, 170/103, Profibus slot/index 170/104 651 Timer2 Trig Fieldbus format UInt Stp Off A Modbus format UInt Default: Off Same selections as Digital Output 1 menu Selection: [541]. Timer 2 T1 [654] Communication information 654 Timer 2 T1 Stp 0:00:00 A Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43451 Default: 0:00:00, hr:min:sec Profibus slot/index 170/100 Range: 0:00:00–9:59:59 Fieldbus format UInt Modbus format UInt Communication information 43456 hours Timer 2 Mode [652] Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43457 minutes 43458 seconds 652 Timer2 Mode 170/105, 170/106, Profibus slot/index Stp Off A 170/107 Fieldbus format UInt Default: Off Modbus format UInt Selection: Same as in menu [642] Communication information Timer 2 T2 [655] Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43452 655 Timer 2 T2 Profibus slot/index 170/101 Stp 0:00:00 A Fieldbus format UInt Default: 0:00:00, hr:min:sec Modbus format UInt Range: 0:00:00–9:59:59 Timer 2 Delay [653] Communication information 653 Timer2Delay 43459 hours Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 43460 minutes Stp 0:00:00 A 43461 seconds Default: 0:00:00, hr:min:sec 170/108, 170/109, Profibus slot/index 170/110 Range: 0:00:00–9:59:59 Fieldbus format UInt Modbus format UInt 140 Functional Description Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2Timer 2 Value [659] Speed [712] Timer 2 Value shows actual value of the timer. Displays the actual shaft speed. 659 Timer2 Value 712 Speed Stp 0:00:00 Stp rpm A Default: 0:00:00, hr:min:sec Unit: rpm Range: 0:00:00–9:59:59 Resolution: 1 rpm, 4 digits Communication information Communication information 42924 hours Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 31002 Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 42925 minutes Profibus slot/index 121/146 42926 seconds Fieldbus format Int, 1=1 rpm 168/83, 168/84, Profibus slot/index 168/84 Modbus format Int, 1=1 rpm Fieldbus format UInt Modbus format UInt Torque [713] Displays the actual shaft torque. 11.7 View Operation/Status 713 Torque [700] Stp 0% 0.0Nm Menu with parameters for viewing all actual operational data, such as speed, torque, power, etc. Unit: Nm Resolution: 1 Nm 11.7.1 Operation [710] Communication information Process Value [711] 31003 Nm Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: The process value is a display function which can be pro- 31004% grammed according to several quantities and units related to Profibus slot/index 121/147 the reference value. Fieldbus format Long, 1=1% 711 Process Val Modbus format EInt Stp Shaft power [714] Depends on selected process source, Unit [321]. Displays the actual shaft power. Speed: 1 rpm, 4 digits Resolution Other units: 3 digits 714 Shaft Power Stp W Communication information Unit: W Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 31001 Resolution: 1W Profibus slot/index 121/145 Fieldbus format Long, 1=0.001 Communication information Modbus format EInt Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 31005 Profibus slot/index 121/149 Fieldbus format Long, 1=1W Modbus format EInt Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Functional Description 141Electrical Power [715] Frequency [718] Displays the actual electrical output power. Displays the actual output frequency. 715 El Power 718 Frequency Stp kW Stp Hz Unit: kW Unit: Hz Resolution: 1 W Resolution: 0.1 Hz Communication information Communication information Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 31006 Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 31009 Profibus slot/index 121/150 Profibus slot/index 121/153 Fieldbus format Long, 1=1W Fieldbus format Long, 1=0.1 Hz Modbus format EInt Modbus format EInt Current [716] DC Link Voltage [719] Displays the actual output current. Displays the actual DC link voltage. 716 Current 719 DC Voltage Stp A Stp V Unit: A Unit: V Resolution: 0.1 A Resolution: 1 V Communication information Communication information Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 31007 Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 31010 Profibus slot/index 121/151 Profibus slot/index 121/154 Fieldbus format Long, 1=0.1 A Fieldbus format Long, 1=0.1 V Modbus format EInt Modbus format EInt Output Voltage [717] Heatsink Temperature [71A] Displays the actual output voltage. Displays the actual heatsink temperature. 717 Output Volt 71A Heatsink Tmp Stp V Stp °C Unit: V Unit: °C Resolution: 1 V Resolution: 0.1°C Communication information Communication information Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 31008 Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 31011 Profibus slot/index 121/152 Profibus slot/index 121/155 Fieldbus format Long, 1=0.1 V Fieldbus format Long, 1=0.1°C Modbus format EInt Modbus format EInt 142 Functional Description Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2PT100_1_2_3 Temp [71B] Warning [722] Displays the actual PT100 temperature. Display the actual or last warning condition. A warning occurs if the VSD is close to a trip condition but still in operation. During a warning condition the red trip LED 71B PT100 1,2,3 will start to blink as long as the warning is active. Stp °C Unit: °C 722 Warnings Stp warn.msg Resolution: 1°C Communication information The active warning message is displayed in menu [722]. If no warning is active the message “No Warning” is dis- Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 31012, 31013, 31014 played. Profibus slot/index 121/156 Fieldbus format Long Modbus format EInt 11.7.2 Status [720] VSD Status [721] Indicates the overall status of the variable speed drive. 721 VSD Status Stp 1/222/333/44 Fig. 113 VSD status Display Status Value position 1 Parameter Set A,B,C,D -Key (keyboard) Source of reference -Rem (remote) 222 value -Com (Serial comm.) -Opt (option) -Key (keyboard) Source of Run/ -Rem (remote) 333 Stop/Reset com- -Com (Serial comm.) mand -Opt (option) -TL (Torque Limit) -SL (Speed Limit) 44 Limit functions -CL (Current Limit) -VL (Voltage Limit) - - - -No limit active Example: “A/Key/Rem/TL” This means: A: Parameter Set A is active. Key: Reference value comes from the keyboard (CP). Rem: Run/Stop commands come from terminals 1-22. TL: Torque Limit active. Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Functional Description 143The following warnings are possible: Digital Input Status [723] Indicates the status of the digital inputs. See Fig. 114. Fieldbus 1D i g I n 1 integer Warning message 2D i g I n 2 value 3D i g I n 3 0N o E r r o r 4D i g I n 4 5D i g I n 5 1M o t o r I ² t 6D i g I n 6 2PTC 7D i g I n 7 3M o t o r l o s t 8D i g I n 8 4L o c k e d r o t o r The positions one to eight (read from left to right) indicate the status of the associated input: 5 E x t t r i p 1High 6 Mon MaxAlarm 0Low 7 Mon MinAlarm The example in Fig. 114 indicates that DigIn 1, 8 Comm error DigIn 3 and DigIn 6 are active at this moment. 9PT100 11 Pump 723 DigIn Status 12 Ext Mot Temp Stp 1010 0100 13 LC Level 14 Not used Fig. 114 Digital input status example 15 Option Communication information 16 Over temp 17 Over curr F Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 31017 18 Over volt D Profibus slot/index 121/161 19 Over volt G Fieldbus format UInt, bit 0=DigIn1, bit 20 Over volt M 8=DigIn8 Modbus format 21 Over speed 22 Under voltage Digital Output Status [724] 23 Power fault Indicates the status of the digital outputs and relays. See Fig. 24 Desat 115. 25 DClink error RE indicate the status of the relays on position: 26 Int error 1Relay1 2Relay2 27 Ovolt m cut 3Relay3 28 Over voltage DO indicate the status of the digital outputs on position: 29 Not used 1DigOut1 30 Not used 2DigOut2 31 Not used The status of the associated output is shown. 1High Communication information 0Low Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 31016 Profibus slot/index 121/160 Fieldbus format Long Modbus format UInt See also the Chapter 12. page 151. 144 Functional Description Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2The example in Fig. 115 indicates that DigOut1 is active Analogue Input Status [726] and Digital Out 2 is not active. Relay 1 is active, relay 2 and Indicates the status of the analogue inputs 3 and 4. 3 are not active. 726 AnIn 3 4 724 DigOutStatus Stp -100% 65% Stp RE 100 DO 10 Fig. 117 Analogue input status Fig. 115 Digital output status example Communication information Communication information Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 31021, 31022 Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 31018 Profibus slot/index 121/165, 121/166 Profibus slot/index 121/162 Fieldbus format Long, 1=1% Fieldbus format UInt, bit 0=DigOut1, Modbus format EInt bit 1=DigOut2 bit 8=Relay1 Modbus format bit 9=Relay2 bit 10=Relay3 Analogue Output Status [727] Indicates the status of the analogue outputs. Fig. 118. E.g. if 4-20 mA output is used, the value 20% equals to 4 mA. Analogue Input Status [725] Indicates the status of the analogue inputs 1 and 2. 727 AnOut 1 2 Stp -100% 65% 725 AnIn 1 2 Stp -100% 65% Fig. 118 Analogue output status Fig. 116 Analogue input status Communication information Communication information Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 31023, 31024 Profibus slot/index 121/167, 121/168 Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 31019, 31020 Fieldbus format Long, 1=1% Profibus slot/index 121/163, 121/164 Modbus format EInt Fieldbus format Long, 1=1% Modbus format EInt The first row indicates the Analogue outputs. 1 AnOut 1 The first row indicates the analogue inputs. 2 AnOut 2 1A n I n 1 Reading downwards from the first row to the second row the 2A n I n 2 status of the belonging output is shown in %: Reading downwards from the first row to the second row the -100%AnOut1 has a negative 100% output value status of the belonging input is shown in %: 65%AnOut2 has a 65% output value -100% AnIn1 has a negative 100% input value The example in Fig. 118 indicates that both the Analogue 65% AnIn2 has a 65% input value outputs are active. So the example in Fig. 116 indicates that both the Analogue inputs are active. NOTE: The shown percentages are absolute values based on the full range/scale of the in- our output; so NOTE: The shown percentages are absolute values related to either 0–10 V or 0–20 mA. based on the full range/scale of the in- our output; so related to either 0–10 V or 0–20 mA. Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Functional Description 145Reset Run Time [7311] I/O board Status [728] - [72A] Reset the run time counter. The stored information will be Indicates the status for the additional I/O on option boards erased and a new registration period will start. 1 (B1), 2 (B2) and 3 (B3). 7311 Reset RunTm 728 IO B1 Stp No Stp RE000 DI10 Default: No Communication information No 0 Yes 1 Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 31025 - 31027 Profibus slot/index 121/170 - 172 Communication information Fieldbus format UInt, bit 0=DigIn1 bit 1=DigIn2 Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 7 bit 2=DigIn3 Profibus slot/index 0/6 bit 8=Relay1 Modbus format bit 9=Relay2 Fieldbus format UInt bit 10=Relay3 Modbus format UInt 11.7.3 Stored values [730] NOTE: After reset the setting automatically reverts to The shown values are the actual values built up over time. “No”. Values are stored at power down and updated again at power up. Mains time [732] Displays the total time that the VSD has been connected to Run Time [731] the mains supply. This timer cannot be reset. Displays the total time that the VSD has been in the Run Mode. 732 Mains Time Stp h:m:s 731 Run Time Stp h:m:s Unit: h: m: s (hours: minutes: seconds) Range: 0h: 0m: 0s–65535h: 59m: 59s Unit: h: m: s (hours: minutes: seconds) Range: 0h: 0m: 0s–65535h: 59m: 59s Communication information Communication information 31031 hours Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 31032 minutes 31028 hours 31033 seconds Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 31029 minutes 121/175 31030 seconds Profibus slot/index 121/176 121/172 121/177 Profibus slot/index 121/173 Fieldbus format UInt, 1=1h/m/s 121/174 Modbus format UInt, 1=1h/m/s Fieldbus format UInt, 1=1h/m/s Modbus format UInt, 1=1h/m/s NOTE: At 65535 h: 59 m the counter stops. It will not revert to 0h: 0m. 146 Functional Description Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2Energy [733] 11.8.1 Trip Message log [810] Displays the total energy consumption since the last energy Display the cause of the trip and what time that it occurred. reset [7331] took place. When a trip occurs the status menus are copied to the trip message log. There are nine trip message logs [810]–[890]. When the tenth trip occurs the oldest trip will disappear. 733 Energy Stp kWh 8x0 Trip message Unit: kWh Stp h:mm:ss Range: 0.0–999999kWh Unit: h: m (hours: minutes) Range: 0h: 0m–65355h: 59m Communication information Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 31034 810 Ext Trip Profibus slot/index 121/178 Stp 132:12:14 Fieldbus format Long, 1=1 W Modbus format EInt For fieldbus integer value of trip message, see message table for warnings, [722]. Reset Energy [7331] NOTE: Bits 0–5 used for trip message value. Bits 6–15 Resets the kWh counter. The stored information will be for internal use. erased and a new registration period will start. Communication information 7331 Rst Energy Stp No Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 31101 Default: No Profibus slot/index 121/245 Selection: No, Yes Fieldbus format UInt Modbus format UInt Communication information Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 6 Trip message [811]-[81N] The information from the status menus are copied to the Profibus slot/index 0/5 trip message log when a trip occurs. Fieldbus format UInt Modbus format UInt Trip menu Copied from Description 811 711 Process Value NOTE: After reset the setting automatically goes back to 812 712 Speed “No”. 813 712 Torque 814 714 Shaft Power 11.8 View Trip Log [800] 815 715 Electrical Power Main menu with parameters for viewing all the logged trip 816 716 Current data. In total the VSD saves the last 10 trips in the trip memory. The trip memory refreshes on the FIFO principle 817 717 Output voltage (First In, First Out). Every trip in the memory is logged on 818 718 Frequency the time of the Run Time [731] counter. At every trip, the actual values of several parameter are stored and available for 819 719 DC Link voltage troubleshooting. 81A 71A Heatsink Temperature 81B 71B PT100_1, 2, 3 81C 721 VSD Status 81D 723 Digital input status 81E 724 Digital output status Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Functional Description 14711.8.2 Trip Messages [820] - [890] Trip menu Copied from Description Same information as for menu [810]. 81F 725 Analogue input status 1-2 Communication information 81G 726 Analogue input status 3-4 81H 727 Analogue output status 1-2 Trip log list 31151–31185 2 81I 728 I/O status option board 1 31201–31235 3 81J 729 I/O status option board 2 31251–31285 4 Modbus Instance no/ 31301–31335 5 81K 72A I/O status option board 3 DeviceNet no: 31351–31385 6 31401–31435 7 81L 731 Run Time 31451–31485 8 81M 732 Mains Time 31501–31535 9 81N 733 Energy Trip log list 122/40–122/74 2 81O 310 Process reference 122/90–122/124 3 122/140–122/174 4 Communication information Profibus slot/index 122/190–122/224 5 122/240–123/18 6 Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 31102 - 31135 123/35 - 123/68 7 123/85–123/118 8 121/246 - 254, Profibus slot/index 123/135–123/168 9 122/0 - 24 Depends on parameter, see respec- Depends on parameter, Fieldbus format tive parameter. Fieldbus format see respective parame- ter. Depends on parameter, see respec- Modbus format tive parameter. Depends on parameter, Modbus format see respective parame- ter. All nine alarm lists contain the same type of data. For exam- ple DeviceNet parameter 31101 in alarm list 1 contains the same data information as 31151 in alarm list 2. It is possible Example: to read all parameters in alarm lists 2–9 by recalculating the Fig. 119 shows the third trip memory menu [830]: Over DeviceNet instance number into a Profibus slot/index temperature trip occurred after 1396 hours and 13 minutes number. This is done in the following way: in Run time. slot no = abs((dev instance no-1)/255) index no = (dev instance no-1) modulo 255 830 Over temp dev instance no = slot nox255+index no+1 Stp 1396h:13m Example: We want to read out the process value out from alarm list 9. In alarm list 1 process value has the DeviceNet Fig. 119 Trip 3 instance number 31102. In alarm list 9 it has DeviceNet instance no 31502 (see table 2 above). The corresponding slot/index no is then: slot no = abs((31502-1)/255)=123 index no (modulo)= the remainder of the division above = 136, calculated as: (31502-1)-123x255=136 148 Functional Description Emotron AB 01-4428-01r211.8.3 Reset Trip Log [8A0] Software [922] Resets the content of the 10 trip memories. Shows the software version number of the VSD. Fig. 120 gives an example of the version number. 8A0 Reset Trip 922 Software Stp No Stp V 4.20 Default: No Fig. 120 Example of software version No 0 Yes 1 Communication information Communication information 31038 software version Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 31039 option version Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 8 Profibus slot/index 121/182-183 Profibus slot/index 0/7 Fieldbus format UInt Fieldbus format UInt Modbus format UInt Modbus format UInt Table 28 Information for Modbus and Profibus number, software version NOTE: After the reset the setting goes automatically back to “NO”. The message “OK” is displayed for 2 sec. Bit Description 7–0 minor 11.9 System Data [900] 13–8 major Main menu for viewing all the VSD system data. release 00: V, release version 15–14 01: P, pre-release version 11.9.1 VSD Data [920] 10: ß, Beta version 11: ?, Alpha version VSD Type [921] Table 29 Information for Modbus and Profibus number, Shows the VSD type according to the type number. option version The options are indicated on the type plate of the VSD. Bit Description NOTE: If the control board is not configured, then type 7–0 minor type shown is FDU40-XXX. 15–8 major 921 FDU2.0 V 4.20 = Version of the Software Stp FDU48-046 Example of type NOTE: It is important that the software version displayed in menu [920] is the same software version number as Communication information the software version number written on the title page of this instruction manual. If not, the functionality as Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 31037 described in this manual may differ from the functionality of the VSD. Profibus slot/index 121/181 Fieldbus format Long Modbus format Text Examples: FDU48-046VSD-series suited for 380-480 volt mains sup- ply, and a rated output current of 46 A. Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Functional Description 149Unit name [923] Option to enter a name of the unit for service use or cus- tomer identity. The function enables the user to define a name with 12 symbols. Use the Prev and Next key to move the cursor to the required position. Then use the + and - keys to scroll in the character list. Confirm the character by moving the cursor to the next position by pressing the Next key. See section User-defined Unit [323]. Example Create user name USER 15. 1. When in the menu [923] press Next to move the cursor to the right most position. 2. Press the + key until the character U is displayed. 3. Press Next. 4. Then press the + key until S is displayed and confirm with Next. 5. Repeat until you have entered USER15. 923 Unit Name Stp Default: No characters shown Communication information Modbus Instance no/DeviceNet no: 42301–42312 Profibus slot/index 165/225–236 Fieldbus format UInt Modbus format UInt When sending a unit name you send one character at a time starting at the right most position. 150 Functional Description Emotron AB 01-4428-01r212. Troubleshooting, Diagnoses and Maintenance “Limits” 12.1 Trips, warnings and limits • The inverter is limiting torque and/or frequency to avoid In order to protect the variable speed drive the principal a trip. operating variables are continuously monitored by the sys- tem. If one of these variables exceeds the safety limit an • The Limit relay or output is active (if selected). error/warning message is displayed. In order to avoid any • The Trip LED is blinking. possibly dangerous situations, the inverter sets itself into a • One of the Limit status indications is displayed (area D stop Mode called Trip and the cause of the trip is shown in of the display). the display. Trips will always stop the VSD. Trips can be divided into Table 30 List of trips and warnings normal and soft trips, depending on the setup Trip Type, see menu [250] Autoreset. Normal trips are default. For normal Trip Warning Trip/Warning Selections (Normal/ indicators trips the VSD stops immediately, i.e. the motor coasts natu- messages Soft) (Area D) rally to a standstill. For soft trips the VSD stops by ramping down the speed, i.e. the motor decelerates to a standstill. 2 2 Motor I t Trip/Off/Limit Normal/Soft I t “Normal Trip” PTC Trip/Off Normal/Soft • The VSD stops immediately, the motor coasts to natu- Motor lost Trip/Off Normal rally to a standstill. Locked rotor Trip/Off Normal • The Trip relay or output is active (if selected). Ext trip Via DigIn Normal/Soft • The Trip LED is on. Ext Mot Temp Via DigIn Normal/Soft • The accompanying trip message is displayed. Mon MaxAlarm Trip/Off/Warn Normal/Soft • The “TRP” status indication is displayed (area D of the Mon MinAlarm Trip/Off/Warn Normal/Soft display). Comm error Trip/Off/Warn Normal/Soft “Soft Trip” • the VSD stops by decelerating to a standstill. PT100 Trip/Off Normal/Soft During the deceleration. Deviation Via Option Normal • The accompanying trip message is displayed, including Pump Via Option Normal an additional soft trip indicator “S” before the trip time. Over temp On Normal OT • The Trip LED is blinking. Over curr F On Normal • The Warning relay or output is active (if selected). Over volt D On Normal After standstill is reached. Over volt G On Normal • The Trip LED is on. Over volt On Normal • The Trip relay or output is active (if selected). Over speed On Normal • The “TRP” status indication is displayed (area D of the Under voltage On Normal LV display). Power Fault On Normal Apart from the TRIP indicators there are two more indica- Desat On Normal tors to show that the inverter is in an “abnormal” situation. DClink error On Normal “Warning” Ovolt m cut On Normal • The inverter is close to a trip limit. Over voltage Warning VL • The Warning relay or output is active (if selected). Safe stop Warning SST • The Trip LED is blinking. Motor PTC On Normal • The accompanying warning message is displayed in win- dow [722] Warning. Trip/Off/Warn LC Level Normal/Soft LCL Via DigIn • One of the warning indications is displayed (area F of the display). Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Troubleshooting, Diagnoses and Maintenance 15112.2.1 Technically qualified personnel 12.2 Trip conditions, causes and Installation, commissioning, demounting, making measure- remedial action ments, etc., of or at the variable speed drive may only be car- The table later on in this section must be seen as a basic aid ried out by personnel technically qualified for the task. to find the cause of a system failure and to how to solve any problems that arise. A variable speed drive is mostly just a 12.2.2 Opening the variable speed small part of a complete VSD system. Sometimes it is diffi- cult to determine the cause of the failure, although the varia- drive ble speed drive gives a certain trip message it is not always easy to find the right cause of the failure. Good knowledge WARNING: Always switch the mains voltage of the complete drive system is therefore necessary. Contact off if it is necessary to open the VSD and wait your supplier if you have any questions. at least 5 minutes to allow the capacitors to The VSD is designed in such a way that it tries to avoid trips discharge. by limiting torque, overvolt etc. Failures occurring during commissioning or shortly after WARNING: In case of malfunctioning always commissioning are most likely to be caused by incorrect set- check the DC-link voltage, or wait one hour tings or even bad connections. after the mains voltage has been switched off, before dismantling the VSD for repair. Failures or problems occurring after a reasonable period of failure-free operation can be caused by changes in the system The connections for the control signals and the switches are or in its environment (e.g. wear). isolated from the mains voltage. Always take adequate pre- Failures that occur regularly for no obvious reasons are gen- cautions before opening the variable speed drive. erally caused by Electro Magnetic Interference. Be sure that the installation fulfils the demands for installation stipulated in the EMC directives. See chapter 8. page 49. 12.2.3 Precautions to take with a Sometimes the so-called “Trial and error” method is a connected motor quicker way to determine the cause of the failure. This can If work must be carried out on a connected motor or on the be done at any level, from changing settings and functions to driven machine, the mains voltage must always first be dis- disconnecting single control cables or replacing entire drives. connected from the variable speed drive. Wait at least 5 min- utes before continuing. The Trip Log can be useful for determining whether certain trips occur at certain moments. The Trip Log also records the time of the trip in relation to the run time counter. 12.2.4 Autoreset Trip If the maximum number of Trips during Autoreset has been WARNING: If it is necessary to open the VSD reached, the trip message hour counter is marked with an or any part of the system (motor cable “A ” . housing, conduits, electrical panels, cabinets, etc.) to inspect or take measure- ments as suggested in this instruction manual, it is 830 OVERVOLT G absolutely necessary to read and follow the safety Trp A 345:45:12 instructions in the manual. Fig. 121 Autoreset trip Fig. 121 shows the 3rd trip memory menu [830]: Overvolt- age G trip after the maximum Autoreset attempts took place after 345 hours, 45 minutes and 12 seconds of run time. 152 Troubleshooting, Diagnoses and Maintenance Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2Table 31 Trip condition, their possible causes and remedial action Trip condition Possible Cause Remedy - Check on mechanical overload on the 2 I t value is exceeded. 2 Motor I t motor or the machinery (bearings, - Overload on the motor according to the 2 “I t” gearboxes, chains, belts, etc.) 2 programmed I t settings. 2 - Change the Motor I t Current setting - Check on mechanical overload on the Motor thermistor (PTC) exceeds maximum motor or the machinery (bearings, level. gearboxes, chains, belts, etc.) PTC - Check the motor cooling system. NOTE: Only valid if option board PTC/PT100 - Self-cooled motor at low speed, too high is used. load. - Set PTC, menu [234] to OFF - Check on mechanical overload on the motor or the machinery (bearings, Motor thermistor (PTC) exceeds maximum gearboxes, chains, belts, etc.) level. Motor PTC - Check the motor cooling system. - Self-cooled motor at low speed, too high NOTE: Only valid if [237] is enabled. load. - Set PTC, menu [237] to OFF - Check the motor voltage on all phases. - Check for loose or poor motor cable Phase loss or too great imbalance on the connections Motor lost motor phases - If all connections are OK, contact your supplier - Set motor lost alarm to OFF. - Check for mechanical problems at the Torque limit at motor standstill: motor or the machinery connected to the Locked rotor - Mechanical blocking of the rotor. motor - Set locked rotor alarm to OFF. - Check the equipment that initiates the External input (DigIn 1-8) active: external input Ext trip - active low function on the input. - Check the programming of the digital inputs DigIn 1-8 - Check the equipment that initiates the External input (DigIn 1-8) active: external input Ext Mot Temp - active low function on the input. - Check the programming of the digital inputs DigIn 1-8 Max alarm level (overload) has been - Check the load condition of the machine Mon MaxAlarm reached. - Check the monitor setting in section 11.6, page 131. Min alarm level (underload) has been - Check the load condition of the machine Mon MinAlarm reached. - Check the monitor setting in section 11.6, page 131. - Check cables and connection of the serial communication. - Check all settings with regard to the Comm error Error on serial communication (option) serial communication - Restart the equipment including the VSD - Check on mechanical overload on the Motor PT100 elements exceeds maximum motor or the machinery (bearings, level. gearboxes, chains, belts, etc.) PT100 - Check the motor cooling system. NOTE: Only valid if option board PTC/PT100 - Self-cooled motor at low speed, too high is used. load. - Set PT100 to OFF Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Troubleshooting, Diagnoses and Maintenance 153Table 31 Trip condition, their possible causes and remedial action Trip condition Possible Cause Remedy No master pump can be selected due to error -C h e c k c a b l e s a n d w i r i n g for Pump feedback signals in feedback signalling. Pump - Check settings with regard to the pump feedback digital inputs NOTE: Only used in Pump Control. - Check the cooling of the VSD cabinet. Heatsink temperature too high: - Check the functionality of the built-in fans. The fans - Too high ambient temperature of the must switch on automatically if the heatsink tempera- VSD Over temp ture gets too high. At power up the fans are briefly - Insufficient cooling switched on. - Too high current - Check VSD and motor rating - Blocked or stuffed fans - Clean fans Motor current exceeds the peak VSD current: - Check the acceleration time settings and - Too short acceleration time. make them longer if necessary. -T o o h i g h m o t o r l o a d - Check the motor load. - Excessive load change - Check on bad motor cable connections Over curr F - Soft short-circuit between phases or - Check on bad earth cable connection phase to earth - Check on water or moisture in the motor housing and - Poor or loose motor cable connections cable connections. - Too high IxR Compensation level - Lower the level of IxR Compensation [352] Over volt D(eceleration) Too high DC Link voltage: - Check the deceleration time settings and make them - Too short deceleration time with longer if necessary. respect to motor/machine inertia. - Check the dimensions of the brake resistor and the Over volt G(enerator) - Too small brake resistor malfunctioning functionality of the Brake chopper (if used) Brake chopper Over volt (Mains) - Check the main supply voltage Too high DC Link voltage, due to too high - Try to take away the interference cause or use other mains voltage O(ver) volt M(ains) cut main supply lines. Check encoder cables, wiring and setup Motor speed measurement exceeds maxi- Over speed Check motor data setup [22x] mum level. Perform short ID-run - Make sure all three phases are properly connected Too low DC Link voltage: and that the terminal screws are tightened. - Too low or no supply voltage - Check that the mains supply voltage is within the limits Under voltage - Mains voltage dip due to starting other of the VSD. major power consuming machines on - Try to use other mains supply lines if dip is caused by the same line. other machinery - Use the function low voltage override [421] Power Fault Overload condition in the DC-link: - Check on bad motor cable connections - Hard short-circuit between phases or - Check on bad earth cable connection phase to earth - Check on water or moisture in the motor housing and - Saturation of current measurement cable connections circuiting Desat - Check that rating plate data of the motor is correctly -E a r t h f a u l t entered - Desaturation of IGBTs - See overvoltage trips - Peak voltage on DC link Power Fault Error on power board. - Check mains supply voltage - Check for clogged air inlet filters in panel door and Fan Error Error in fan module blocking material in fan module. HCB Error * Error in controlled rectifier module (HCB) - Check mains supply voltage 154 Troubleshooting, Diagnoses and Maintenance Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2Table 31 Trip condition, their possible causes and remedial action Trip condition Possible Cause Remedy Desat Desat U+ * Desat U- * - Check on bad motor cable connections Desat V+ * Failure in output stage, - Check on bad earth cable connections desaturation of IGBTs - Check on water and moisture in the Desat V- * motor housing and cable connections Desat W+ * Desat W- * Desat BCC * - Make sure all three phases are properly connected and that the terminal screws are tightened. DC link voltage ripple exceeds maximum - Check that the mains supply voltage is within the limits DC link error level of the VSD. - Try to use other mains supply lines if dip is caused by other machinery. -C h e c k m o t o r . PF Curr Err * Error in current balancing - Check fuses and line connections -C h e c k m o t o r . PF Overvolt * Error in voltage balancing - Check fuses and line connections. PF Comm Err * Internal communication error Contact service PF Int Temp * Internal temperature too high Check internal fans PF Temp Err * Malfunction in temperature sensor Contact service - Check mains supply voltage PF DC Err * DC-link error and mains supply fault - Check fuses and line connections. PF HCB Err * Error in controlled rectifier module (HCB) - Check mains supply voltage PF Sup Err * Mains supply fault - Check fuses and line connections. Low liquid cooling level in external reservoir. - Check liquid cooling External input (DigIn 1-8) active: - Check the equipment and wiring that initiates the LC Level - active low function on the input. external input NOTE: Only valid for VSD types with Liquid - Check the programming of the digital inputs DigIn 1-8 Cooling option. * = 2...6 Module number if parallel power units (size 300– If variable speed drives are built into cabinets, also check and 1500 A) clean the dust filters of the cabinets regularly. Check external wiring, connections and control signals. Tighten terminal screws if necessary. 12.3 Maintenance The variable speed drive is designed not to require any serv- icing or maintenance. There are however some things which must be checked regularly. All variable speed drives have built-in fan which is speed controlled using heatsink temperature feedback. This means that the fans are only running if the VSD is running and loaded. The design of the heatsinks is such that the fan does not blow the cooling air through the interior of the VSD, but only across the outer surface of the heatsink. However, running fans will always attract dust. Depending on the environment the fan and the heatsink will collect dust. Check this and clean the heatsink and the fans when neces- sary. Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Troubleshooting, Diagnoses and Maintenance 155156 Troubleshooting, Diagnoses and Maintenance Emotron AB 01-4428-01r213. Options The standard options available are described here briefly. 13.3 Brake chopper Some of the options have their own instruction or installa- All VSD sizes can be fitted with an optional built-in brake tion manual. For more information please contact your sup- chopper. The brake resistor must be mounted outside the plier. VSD. The choice of the resistor depends on the application switch-on duration and duty-cycle. This option can not be after mounted. 13.1 Options for the control panel WARNING: The table gives the minimum values of the brake resistors. Do not use resistors lower than this value. The VSD can Order number Description trip or even be damaged due to high braking 01-3957-00 Panel kit complete including panel currents. 01-3957-01 Panel kit complete including blank panel The following formula can be used to define the power of the connected brake resistor: Mounting cassette, blank panel and straight RS232-cable are available as options for the control panel. These options may 2 (Brake level V ) DC be useful, for example after mounting a control panel in a P = x ED% resistor cabinet door. R min Where: P required power of brake resistor resistor Brake level V DC brake voltage level (see Table 33 DC and Table 34) Rmin minimum allowable brake resistor (see Table 33 and Table 34+1 ED% effective braking period. Defined as: Active brake time at nominal braking power [s] ED% = Maximum value of 120 [s] 1= continuous braking Ta bl e 3 2 Supply voltage (V ) AC Brake level (V ) DC (set in menu [21B] Fig. 122 Control panel in mounting cassette 220–240 380 380–415 660 13.2 EmoSoftCom 440–480 780 EmoSoftCom is an optional software that runs on a personal computer. It can also be used to load parameter settings 500–525 860 from the VSD to the PC for backup and printing. Record- 550–600 1000 ing can be made in oscilloscope mode. Please contact Emo- tron sales for further information. 660–690 1150 Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Options 157Table 33 Brake resistor FDU40/48 type Table 34 Brake resistors FDU50/52 V types Rmin [ohm] if supply Rmin [ohm] if supply Rmin [ohm] if supply Rmin [ohm] if supply Type Type 380–415 V 440–480 V 440–480 V 500–525 V AC AC AC AC FDU48-003 43 50 -018 50 55 -004 43 50 -026 30 32 -006 43 50 -031 30 32 -008 43 50 -037 20 22 -010 43 50 -046 20 22 -013 43 50 FDU50-060 12 13 -018 43 50 -026 26 30 Table 35 Brake resistors FDU69 V types -031 26 30 -037 17 20 Rmin [ohm] Rmin [ohm] Rmin [ohm] Type if supply if supply if supply -046 17 20 500–525 V 550–600 V 660–690 V AC AC AC FDU40-060 9.7 N.A. FDU69-090 4.9 5.7 6.5 -073 9.7 N.A -109 4.9 5.7 6.5 FDU48-090 3.8 4.4 -146 4.9 5.7 6.5 -109 3.8 4.4 -175 4.9 5.7 6.5 -146 3.8 4.4 -210 2 x 4.9 2 x 5.7 2 x 6.5 -175 3.8 4.4 -250 2 x 4.9 2 x 5.7 2 x 6.5 -210 2.7 3.1 -300 2 x 4.9 2 x 5.7 2 x 6.5 -250 2.7 3.1 -375 2 x 4.9 2 x 5.7 2 x 6.5 -300 2 x 3.8 2 x 4.4 -430 3 x 4.9 3 x 5.7 3 x 6.5 -375 2 x 3.8 2 x 4.4 -500 3 x 4.9 3 x 5.7 3 x 6.5 -430 2 x 2.7 2 x 3.1 -600 4 x 4.9 4 x 5.7 4 x 6.5 -500 2 x 2.7 2 x 3.1 -650 4 x 4.9 4 x 5.7 4 x 6.5 -600 3 x 2.7 3 x 3.1 -750 6 x 4.9 6 x 5.7 6 x 6.5 -650 3 x 2.7 3 x 3.1 -860 6 x 4.9 6 x 5.7 6 x 6.5 -750 3 x 2.7 3 x 3.1 -900 6 x 4.9 6 x 5.7 6 x 6.5 -860 4 x 2.7 4 x 3.1 -1000 6 x 4.9 6 x 5.7 6 x 6.5 -1000 4 x 2.7 4 x 3.1 -1200 6 x 2.7 6 x 3.1 -1500 6 x 2.7 6 x 3.1 NOTE: Although the VSD will detect a failure in the brake electronics, the use of resistors with a thermal overload which will cut off the power at overload is strongly recommended. Table 34 Brake resistors FDU50/52 V types Rmin [ohm] if supply Rmin [ohm] if supply The brake chopper option is built-in by the manufacturer Type 440–480 V 500–525 V AC AC and must be specified when the VSD is ordered. FDU52-003 50 55 -004 50 55 -006 50 55 -008 50 55 -010 50 55 -013 50 55 158 Options Emotron AB 01-4428-01r213.4 I/O Board Order number Description 01-3876-01 I/O option board 2.0 X1 The I/O option board 2.0 provides three extra relay outputs and three extra digital inputs. The I/O Board works in com- ~ bination with the Pump/Fan Control, but can also be used X1:1 Left terminal Must be X1:2 Right terminal as a separate option. This option is described in a separate double manual. isolated Fig. 123 Connection of standby supply option 13.5 Output coils Ta bl e 3 6 Output coils, which are supplied separately, are recom- mended for lengths of screened motor cable longer than 100 X1 m. Because of the fast switching of the motor voltage and Name Function Specification terminal the capacitance of the motor cable both line to line and line to earth screen, large switching currents can be generated External, VSD main 1 Ext. supply 1 24 V or 24 DC with long lengths of motor cable. Output coils prevent the power independ- V ±10% AC VSD from tripping and should be installed as closely as pos- ent, supply voltage Double iso- sible to the VSD. for control and com- 2 Ext. supply 2 lated munication circuits 13.6 Serial communication 13.8 Safe Stop option and fieldbus To realize a Safe Stop configuration in accordance with EN-IEC 62061:2005 SIL 2 & EN-ISO 13849-1:2006, the Order number Description following three parts need to be attended to: 01-3876-04 RS232/485 1. Inhibit trigger signals with safety relay K1 (via Safe Stop option board). 01-3876-05 Profibus DP 2. Enable input and control of VSD (via normal I/O con- 01-3876-06 DeviceNet trol signals of VSD). 01-3876-09 Modbus/TCP, Ethernet 3. Power conductor stage (checking status and feedback of driver circuits and IGBT’s). For communication with the VSD there are several option To enable the VSD to operate and run the motor, the fol- boards for communication. There are different options for lowing signals should be active: Fieldbus communication and one serial communication option with RS232 or RS485 interface which has galvanic • "Inhibit" input, terminals 1 (DC+) and 2 (DC-) on the isolation. Safe Stop option board should be made active by con- necting 24 V to secure the supply voltage for the DC driver circuits of the power conductors via safety relay 13.7 Standby supply board K1. See also Fig. 126. option • High signal on the digital input, e.g. terminal 10 in Fig. 126, which is set to "Enable". For setting the digital input please refer to section 11.5.2, page 122. Order number Description These two signals need to be combined and used to enable 01-3954-00 Standby power supply kit for after mounting the output of the VSD and make it possible to activate a Safe Stop condition. The standby supply board option provides the possibility of keeping the communication system up and running without NOTE: The "Safe Stop" condition according to EN-IEC having the 3-phase mains connected. One advantage is that 62061:2005 SIL 2 & EN-ISO 13849-1:2006, can only be the system can be set up without mains power. The option realized by de-activating both the "Inhibit" and "Enable" will also give backup for communication failure if main inputs. power is lost. The standby supply board option is supplied with external ±10% 24 V or 24 V protected by a 2 A slow acting DC AC, fuse, from a double isolated transformer. The terminals X1:1 and X1:2 are voltage polarity independent. Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Options 1591 6 2 5 4 3 When the "Safe Stop" condition is achieved by using these two different methods, which are independently controlled, this safety circuit ensures that the motor will not start run- ning because: • The 24V signal is taken away from the "Inhibit" DC input, terminals 1 and 2, the safety relay K1 is switched off. The supply voltage to the driver circuits of the power 6 conductors is switched off. This will inhibit the trigger 5 4 pulses to the power conductors. 3 2 1 • The trigger pulses from the control board are shut down. The Enable signal is monitored by the controller circuit which will forward the information to the PWM part on the Control board. To make sure that the safety relay K1 has been switched off, this should be guarded externally to ensure that this relay did not refuse to act. The Safe Stop option board offers a feed- back signal for this via a second forced switched safety relay K2 which is switched on when a detection circuit has con- firmed that the supply voltage to the driver circuits is shut down. See Table 37 for the contacts connections. Fig. 124 Connection of safe stop option in size B and C. To monitor the "Enable" function, the selection "RUN" on a digital output can be used. For setting a digital output, e.g. terminal 20 in the example Fig. 126, please refer to section 11.5.4, page 127 [540]. When the "Inhibit" input is de-activated, the VSD display will show a blinking "SST" indication in section D (bottom left corner) and the red Trip LED on the Control panel will blink. To resume normal operation, the following steps have to be taken: • Release "Inhibit" input; 24V (High) to terminal 1 DC and 2. • Give a STOP signal to the VSD, according to the set Run/Stop Control in menu [215]. • Give a new Run command, according to the set Run/ Stop Control in menu [215]. Fig. 125 Connection of safe stop option in size E and up. Table 37 Specification of Safe Stop option board NOTE: The method of generating a STOP command is dependent on the selections made in Start Signal Level/ X1 Edge [21A] and the use of a separate Stop input via Name Function Specification pin digital input. 1I n h i b i t + Inhibit driver circuits of DC 24 V power conductors (20–30 V) 2I n h i b i t - NO contact WARNING: The safe stop function can never 3 relay K2 Feedback; confirmation 48 V / be used for electrical maintenance. For DC of activated inhibit 30 V /2 A electrical maintenance the VSD should AC P contact 4 always be disconnected from the supply relay K2 voltage. 5 GND Supply ground Supply Voltage for oper- +24 V , DC 6+ 2 4 V D C ating Inhibit input only. 50 mA 160 Options Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2Safe Stop Power board +5V X1 K1 1 = 2 K2 3 = U 4 5 V 6 +24 V DC W ~ X1 Controller PWM Enable DigIn 10 Stop DigOut 20 Fig. 126 13.9 Encoder Order number Description 01-3876-03 Encoder 2.0 option board The Encoder 2.0 option board, used for connection of feed- back signal of the actual motor speed via an incremental encoder is described in a separate manual. 13.10 PTC/PT100 Order number Description 01-3876-08 PTC/PT100 2.0 option board The PTC/PT100 2.0 option board for connecting motor thermistors to the VSD is described in a separate manual. Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Options 161162 Options Emotron AB 01-4428-01r214. Technical Data 14.1 Electrical specifications related to model Table 38 Typical motor power at mains voltage 400 V Normal duty Heavy duty (120%, 1 min every 10 min) (150%, 1 min every 10 min) Max. output Model Frame size current [A]* Power @400V Rated current Power @400V Rated current [kW] [A] [kW] [A] FDU48-003 3.0 0.75 2.5 0.55 2.0 FDU48-004 4.8 1.5 4.0 1.1 3.2 FDU48-006 7. 2 2.2 6.0 1.5 4.8 FDU48-008 9.0 3 7.5 2.2 6.0 B FDU48-010 11.4 4 9.5 3 7. 6 FDU48-013 15.6 5.5 13.0 4 10.4 FDU48-018 21.6 7. 5 18.0 5.5 14.4 FDU48-026 31 11 26 7.5 21 FDU48-031 37 15 31 11 25 C FDU48-037 44 18.5 37 15 29.6 FDU48-046 55 22 46 18.5 37 FDU40-060 73 30 61 22 49 X2 FDU40-073 89 37 74 30 59 FDU48-090 108 45 90 37 72 FDU48-109 131 55 109 45 87 E FDU48-146 175 75 146 55 117 FDU48-175 210 90 175 75 140 FDU48-210 252 110 210 90 168 F FDU48-250 300 132 250 110 200 FDU48-300 360 160 300 132 240 G FDU48-375 450 200 375 160 300 FDU48-430 516 220 430 200 344 H FDU48-500 600 250 500 220 400 FDU48-600 720 315 600 250 480 FDU48-650 780 355 650 315 520 I FDU48-750 900 400 750 355 600 FDU48-860 1032 450 860 400 688 J FDU48-1000 1200 500 1000 450 800 FDU48-1200 1440 630 1200 500 960 K FDU48-1500 1800 800 1500 630 1200 * Available during limited time and as long as allowed by drive temperature. Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Technical Data 163Table 39 Typical motor power at mains voltage 460 V Normal duty Heavy duty (120%, 1 min every 10 min) (150%, 1 min every 10 min) Max. output Model Frame size current [A]* Power @460V Rated current Power @460V Rated current [hp] [A] [hp] [A] FDU48-003 3.0 1 2.5 1 2.0 FDU48-004 4.8 2 4.0 1.5 3.2 FDU48-006 7. 2 3 6.0 2 4.8 FDU48-008 9.0 3 7.5 3 6.0 B FDU48-010 11.4 5 9.5 3 7. 6 FDU48-013 15.6 7.5 13.0 5 10.4 FDU48-018 21.6 10 18.0 7. 5 14.4 FDU48-026 31 15 26 10 21 FDU48-031 37 20 31 15 25 C FDU48-037 46 25 37 20 29.6 FDU48-046 55 30 46 25 37 FDU50-060 73 40 61 30 49 X2 FDU48-090 108 60 90 50 72 FDU48-109 131 75 109 60 87 E FDU48-146 175 100 146 75 117 FDU48-175 210 125 175 100 140 FDU48-210 252 150 210 125 168 F FDU48-250 300 200 250 150 200 FDU48-300 360 250 300 200 240 G FDU48-375 450 300 375 250 300 FDU48-430 516 350 430 250 344 H FDU48-500 600 400 500 350 400 FDU48-600 720 500 600 400 480 FDU48-650 780 550 650 400 520 I FDU48-750 900 600 750 500 600 FDU48-860 1032 700 860 550 688 J FDU48-1000 1200 800 1000 600 800 FDU48-1200 1440 1000 1200 700 960 K FDU48-1500 1800 1250 1500 750 1200 * Available during limited time and as long as allowed by drive temperature. 164 Technical Data Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2Table 40 Typical motor power at mains voltage 525 V Normal duty Heavy duty (120%, 1 min every 10 min) (150%, 1 min every 10 min) Max. output Model Frame size current [A]* Power @525V Rated current Power @525V Rated current [kW] [A] [kW] [A] FDU52-003 3.0 1.1 2.5 1.1 2.0 FDU52-004 4.8 2.2 4.0 1.5 3.2 FDU52-006 7. 2 3 6.0 2.2 4.8 FDU52-008 9.0 4 7.5 3 6.0 B FDU52-010 11.4 5.5 9.5 4 7. 6 FDU52-013 15.6 7.5 13.0 5.5 10.4 FDU52-018 21.6 11 18.0 7. 5 14.4 FDU52-026 31 15 26 11 21 FDU52-031 37 18.5 31 15 25 C FDU52-037 44 22 37 18.5 29.6 FDU52-046 55 30 46 22 37 FDU50-060 73 37 61 30 49 X2 FDU69-090 108 55 90 45 72 FDU69-109 131 75 109 55 87 F69 FDU69-146 175 90 146 75 117 FDU69-175 210 110 175 90 140 FDU69-210 252 132 210 110 168 FDU69-250 300 160 250 132 200 H69 FDU69-300 360 200 300 160 240 FDU69-375 450 250 375 200 300 FDU69-430 516 300 430 250 344 I69 FDU69-500 600 315 500 300 400 FDU69-600 720 400 600 315 480 J69 FDU69-650 780 450 650 355 520 FDU69-750 900 500 750 400 600 FDU69-860 1032 560 860 450 688 K69 FDU69-1000 1200 630 1000 500 800 * Available during limited time and as long as allowed by drive temperature. Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Technical Data 165Table 41 Typical motor power at mains voltage 575 V Normal duty Heavy duty Max. output (120%, 1 min every 10 min) (150%, 1 min every 10 min) Model Frame size current [A]* Power @575V [hp] Rated current [A] Power @575V [hp] Rated current [A] FDU69-090 108 75 90 60 72 FDU69-109 131 100 109 75 87 F69 FDU69-146 175 125 146 100 117 FDU69-175 210 150 175 125 140 FDU69-210 252 200 210 150 168 FDU69-250 300 250 250 200 200 H69 FDU69-300 360 300 300 250 240 FDU69-375 450 350 375 300 300 FDU69-430 516 400 430 350 344 I69 FDU69-500 600 500 500 400 400 FDU69-600 720 600 600 500 480 J69 FDU69-650 780 650 650 550 520 FDU69-750 900 750 750 600 600 FDU69-860 1032 850 860 700 688 K69 FDU69-1000 1200 1000 1000 850 800 * Available during limited time and as long as allowed by drive temperature. Table 42 Typical motor power at mains voltage 690 V Normal duty Heavy duty Max. output (120%, 1 min every 10 min) (150%, 1 min every 10 min) Model Frame size current [A]* Power @690V [kW] Rated current [A] Power @690V [kW] Rated current [A] FDU69-090 108 90 90 75 72 FDU69-109 131 110 109 90 87 F69 FDU69-146 175 132 146 110 117 FDU69-175 210 160 175 132 140 FDU69-210 252 200 210 160 168 FDU69-250 300 250 250 200 200 H69 FDU69-300 360 315 300 250 240 FDU69-375 450 355 375 315 300 FDU69-430 516 450 430 315 344 I69 FDU69-500 600 500 500 355 400 FDU69-600 720 600 600 450 480 J69 FDU69-650 780 630 650 500 520 FDU69-750 900 710 750 600 600 FDU69-860 1032 800 860 650 688 K69 FDU69-900 1080 900 900 710 720 FDU69-1000 1200 1000 1000 800 800 * Available during limited time and as long as allowed by drive temperature. 166 Technical Data Emotron AB 01-4428-01r214.2 General electrical specifications Table 43 General electrical specifications General Mains voltage: FDU40 230-415V +10%/-15% (-10% at 230 V) FDU48 230-480V +10%/-15% (-10% at 230 V) FDU50/52 440-525V +10%/-15% FDU69 500-690V +10%/-15% Mains frequency: 45 to 65 Hz Input power factor: 0.95 Output voltage: 0–Mains supply voltage: Output frequency: 0–400 Hz Output switching frequency: 3 kHz (adjustable 1,5-6 kHz) Efficiency at nominal load: 97% for models 003 to 018 98% for models 026 to 046 97.5% for models 060 to 073 98% for models 090 to 1500 Control signal inputs: Analogue (differential) Analogue Voltage/current: 0-±10 V/0-20 mA via switch Max. input voltage: +30 V/30 mA Input impedance: 20 k? (voltage) 250 ? (current) Resolution: 11 bits + sign Hardware accuracy: 1% type + 1 ½ LSB fsd Non-linearity 1½ LSB Digital: Input voltage: High: >9 VDC, Low: <4 VDC Max. input voltage: +30 VDC Input impedance: <3.3 VDC: 4.7 k? Signal delay: ?3.3 VDC: 3.6 k? ?8 ms Control signal outputs Analogue Output voltage/current: 0-10 V/0-20 mA via software setting Max. output voltage: +15 V @5 mA cont. Short-circuit current (?): +15 mA (voltage), +140 mA (current) Output impedance: 10 ? (voltage) Resolution: 10 bit Maximum load impedance for current 500 ? Hardware accuracy: 1.9% type fsd (voltage), 2.4% type fsd (current) Offset: 3 LSB Non-linearity: 2 LSB Digital Output voltage: High: >20 VDC @50 mA, >23 VDC open Low: <1 VDC @50 mA Shortcircuit current(?): 100 mA max (together with +24 VDC) Relays Contacts 0.1 – 2 A/U 250 VAC or 42 VDC max References +10VDC +10 V @10 mA Short-circuit current +30 mA max DC -10VDC -10 V @10 mA DC +24VDC +24 V Short-circuit current +100 mA max (together with Digital Outputs) DC Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Technical Data 16714.3 Operation at higher temperatures Most Emotron variable speed drives are made for operation at maximum of 40°C ambient temperature. However, for most models, it is possible to use the VSD at higher temper- atures with little loss in performance. Table 44 shows ambi- ent temperatures as well as derating for higher temperatures. Table 44 Ambient temperature and derating 400–690 V types IP20 IP54 Model Max temp. Derating: possible Max temp. Derating: possible FDU**-003 to FDU**-046 – – 40°C -2.5%/°C to max +10°C FDU**-060 to FDU40-073 40°C -2.5%/°C to max +10°C 35°C -2.5%/°C to max +10°C FDU48-090 to FDU48-250 – – 40°C -2.5%/°C to max +5°C FDU69-090 to FDU48-175 FDU48-300 to FDU48-1500 40°C -2.5%/°C to max +5°C 40°C -2.5%/°C to max +5°C FDU69-210 to FDU69-1000 Example 14.4 Operation at higher In this example we have a motor with the following data that switching frequency we want to run at the ambient temperature of 45°C: Table 45 shows the switching frequency for the different Voltage 400 V VSD models. With the possibility of running at higher Current 68 A switching frequency you can reduce the noise level from the Power 37 kW motor. The switching frequency is set in menu [22A], Motor sound, see section section 11.2.3, page 67. At switch- Select variable speed drive ing frequencies >3 kHz derating might be needed. The ambient temperature is 5 °C higher than the maximum ambient temperature. The following calculation is made to Table 45 Switching frequency select the correct VSD model. Standard Derating is possible with loss in performance of 2.5%/°C. Models Switching Range Derating will be: 5 X 2.5% = 12.5% frequency Calculation for model FDU40-073 FDU**-003 to FDU**-073 3 kHz 1.5–6 kHz 73 A - (12.5% X 73) = 63.875A; this is not enough. FDU**-090 to FDU**-1500 3 kHz 1.5–6 kHz Calculation for model FDU48-090 90 A - (12.5% X 90) = 78.75 A In this example we select the FDU48-090. 168 Technical Data Emotron AB 01-4428-01r214.5 Dimensions and Weights The table below gives an overview of the dimensions and weights. The models 003 to 250 is available in IP54 as wall mounted modules. The models 300 to 1500 consist of 2, 3, 4 or 6 paralleled power electonic building block (PEBB) available in IP20 as wall mounted modules and in IP54 mounted standard cabinet Protection class IP54 is according to the EN 60529 stand- ard. Table 46 Mechanical specifications, FDU40, FDU48, FDU50, FDU52 Frame Dim. H x W x D [mm] Dim. H x W x D [mm] Weight IP20 Weight IP54 Models size IP20 IP54 [kg] [kg] 003 to 018 B – 350(416)x 203 x 200 – 12.5 026 to 046 C – 440(512) x 178 x 292 – 24 060 to 073 X2 530(590) x 220 x 270 530(590) x 220 x 270 26 26 90 to 109 E – 950 x 285 x 314 – 56 146 to 175 E – 950 x 285 x 314 – 60 210 to 250 F – 950 x 345 x 314 – 74 300 to 375 G 1036 x 500 x 390 2330 x 600 x 500 140 270 430 to 500 H 1036 x 500 x 450 2330 x 600 x 600 170 305 600 to 750 I 1036 x 730 x 450 2330 x 1000 x 600 248 440 860 to 1000 J 1036 x 1100 x 450 2330 x 1200 x 600 340 580 1200 to 1500 K 1036 x 1560 x 450 2330 x 2000 x 600 496 860 Table 47 Mechanical specifications, FDU69 Frame Dim. H x W x D [mm] Dim. H x W x D [mm] Weight IP20 Weight IP54 Models size IP20 IP54 [kg] [kg] 90 to 175 F69 – 1090 x 345 x 314 – 77 210 to 375 H69 1176 x 500 x 450 2330 x 600 x 600 176 311 430 to 500 I69 1176 x 730 x 450 2330 x 1000 x 600 257 449 600 to 650 J69 1176 x 1100 x 450 2330 x 1200 x 600 352 592 750 to 1000 K69 1176 x 1560 x 450 2330 x 2000 x 600 514 878 Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Technical Data 169 14.6 Environmental conditions Table 48 Operation Parameter Normal operation Nominal ambient temperature 0°C–40°C See table, see Table 44 for different conditions Atmospheric pressure 86–106 kPa Relative humidity, non-condensing 0–90% Contamination, No electrically conductive dust allowed. Cooling air must be clean and free from corro- according to IEC 60721-3-3 sive materials. Chemical gases, class 3C2. Solid particles, class 3S2. According to IEC 600068-2-6, Sinusodial vibrations: Vibrations •1044A: Copper FDU48-046 (Cu) 75°C FDU50-060 AWG 12–AWG 4 1.6/1.2 AWG 12–AWG 4 1.6/1.2 AWG 12–AWG 4 1.6/1.2 FDU48-090 AWG 4 - AWG 3/0 14 / 10.5 AWG 4 - AWG 3/0 14 / 10.5 (AWG 4 - AWG 2/0)¹ (10 / 7.5)¹ FDU48-109 AWG 4 - AWG 3/0 14 / 10.5 FDU48-146 AWG 1 - AWG 3/0 14 / 10.5 AWG 1 - AWG 3/0 14 / 10.5 AWG 4/0 - 300 kcmil 24 / 18 (AWG 4 - AWG 2/0)¹ (10 / 7.5)¹ FDU48-175 FDU48-210 AWG 1 - AWG 3/0 AWG 3/0 - 400 kcmil AWG 3/0 - 14 / 10.5 24 / 18 24 / 18 AWG 4/0 - 300 (AWG 4/0 - 400 400 kcmil 24 / 18 (10 / 7.5)¹ FDU48-250 kcmil kcmil)¹ FDU48-300 2 x AWG 4/0 - 2 x AWG 3/0 - 24 / 18 24 / 18 frame - 2 x 300 kcmil 2 x 400 kcmil FDU48-375 Copper (Cu) 75°C FDU48-430 2 x AWG 3/0 - 2 x AWG 3/0 - 24 / 18 24 / 18 frame - 2 x 400 kcmil 2 x 400 kcmil FDU48-500 FDU48-600 3 x AWG 4/0 - 2 x AWG 3/0 - FDU48-650 24 / 18 24 / 18 frame - 3 x 300 kcmil 2 x 400 kcmil FDU48-750 FDU48-860 4 x AWG 4/0 - 3 x AWG 3/0 - 24 / 18 24 / 18 frame - 4 x 300 kcmil 3 x 400 kcmil FDU48-1000 FDU48-1200 6 x AWG 4/0 - 6 x AWG 3/0 - 24 / 18 24 / 18 frame - 6 x 300 kcmil 6 x 400 kcmil FDU48-1500 174 Technical Data Emotron AB 01-4428-01r214.8 Control signals Ta b l e 5 3 Terminal Name: Function (Default): Signal: Type: 1 +10 V +10 VDC Supply voltage +10 VDC, max 10 mA output 0 -10 VDC or 0/4–20 mA 2 AnIn1 Process reference analogue input bipolar: -10 - +10 VDC or -20 - +20 mA 0 -10 VDC or 0/4–20 mA 3 AnIn2 Off analogue input bipolar: -10 - +10 VDC or -20 - +20 mA 0 -10 VDC or 0/4–20 mA 4 AnIn3 Off analogue input bipolar: -10 - +10 VDC or -20 - +20 mA 0 -10 VDC or 0/4–20 mA 5 AnIn4 Off analogue input bipolar: -10 - +10 VDC or -20 - +20 mA 6 -10 V -10VDC Supply voltage -10 VDC, max 10 mA output 7 Common Signal ground 0V output 8 DigIn 1 RunL 0-8/24 VDC digital input 9 DigIn 2 RunR 0-8/24 VDC digital input 10 DigIn 3 Off 0-8/24 VDC digital input 11 +24 V +24VDC Supply voltage +24 VDC, 100 mA output 12 Common Signal ground 0 V output 13 AnOut 1 Min speed to max speed 0 ±10 VDC or 0/4– +20 mA analogue output 14 AnOut 2 0 to max torque 0 ±10 VDC or 0/4– +20 mA analogue output 15 Common Signal ground 0 V output 16 DigIn 4 Off 0-8/24 VDC digital input 17 DigIn 5 Off 0-8/24 VDC digital input 18 DigIn 6 Off 0-8/24 VDC digital input 19 DigIn 7 Off 0-8/24 VDC digital input 20 DigOut 1 Ready 24 VDC, 100 mA digital output 21 DigOut 2 No trip 24 VDC, 100 mA digital output 22 DigIn 8 RESET 0-8/24 VDC digital input Terminal X2 31 N/C 1 Relay 1 output Trip, active when the 32 COM 1 VSD is in a TRIP condition potential free change over N/C is opened when the relay is active relay output 0.1 – 2 A/U 250 VAC or 42 VDC max (valid for all relays) 33 N/O 1 N/O is closed when the relay is active (valid for all relays) Terminal X3 41 N/C 2 Relay 2 Output potential free change over 42 COM 2 Run, active when the relay output 0.1 – 2 A/U 250 VAC or 42 VDC max VSD is started 43 N/O 2 51 COM 3 Relay 3 Output potential free change over relay output Off 0.1 – 2 A/U 250 VAC or 42 VDC 52 N/O 3 max Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Technical Data 175176 Technical Data Emotron AB 01-4428-01r215. Menu List DEFAULT CUSTOM 255 Overvolt Off 256 Motor Lost Off DEFAULT CUSTOM 257 Locked Rotor Off 100 Preferred View 258 Power Fault Off 110 1st Line Process Val 259 Undervoltage Off 2 120 2nd Line Current 25A Motor ItOff 2 200 Main Setup 25B Motor I t TT Trip 210 Operation 25C PT100 Off 211 Language English 25D PT100 TT Trip 212 Select Motor M1 25E PTC Off 213 Drive Mode V/Hz 25F PTC TT Trip 214 Ref Control Remote 25G Ext Trip Off 215 Run/Stp Ctrl Remote 25H Ext Trip TT Trip 216 Reset Ctrl Remote 25I Com Error Off 217 Local/Rem Off 25J Com Error TT Trip 2171 LocRefCtrl Standard 25K Min Alarm Off 2172 LocRunCtrl Standard 25L Min Alarm TT Trip 218 Lock Code? 0 25M Max Alarm Off 219 Rotation R+L 25N Max Alarm TT Trip 21A Level/Edge Level 25O Over curr F Off 21B Supply Volts Not Defined 25P Pump Off 220 Motor Data 25Q Over speed Off 221 Motor Volts U V 25R Ext Mot Temp Off NOM 222 Motor Freq 50Hz 25S Ext Mot TT Trip 223 Motor Power (P ) W 25T LC Level Off NOM 224 Motor Curr (I ) A 25U LC Level TT Trip NOM 225 Motor Speed (n ) rpm 260 Serial Com MOT 226 Motor Poles - 261 Com Type RS232/485 227 Motor Cos? Depends on P 262 RS232/485 nom 228 Motor Vent Self 2621 Baudrate 9600 229 Motor ID-Run Off 2622 Address 1 22A Motor Sound F 263 Fieldbus 22B Encoder Off 2631 Address 62 22C Enc Pulses 1024 2632 PrData Mode Basic 22D Enc Speed 0rpm 2633 Read/Write RW 230 Mot Protect 2634 AddPrValue 0 2 231 Mot I t Type Trip 264 Comm Fault 2 232 Mot I t Curr 100% 2641 ComFlt Mode Off 2 233 Mot I t Time 60s 2642 ComFlt Time 0.5 s 234 Thermal Prot Off 265 Ethernet 235 Motor Class F 140°C 2651 IP Address 0.0.0.0 236 PT100 Inputs 2652 MAC Address 000000000000 237 Motor PTC Off 2653 Subnet Mask 0.0.0.0 240 Set Handling 2654 Gateway 0.0.0.0 241 Select Set A 2655 DHCP Off 242 Copy Set A>B 266 FB Signal 243 Default>Set A 2661 FB Signal 1 244 Copy to CP No Copy 2662 FB Signal 2 245 Load from CP No Copy 2663 FB Signal 3 250 Autoreset 2664 FB Signal 4 251 No of Trips 0 2665 FB Signal 5 252 Overtemp Off 2666 FB Signal 6 253 Overvolt D Off 2667 FB Signal 7 254 Overvolt G Off 2668 FB Signal 8 Emotron AB 01-4428-01r2 Menu List 177DEFAULT CUSTOM DEFAULT CUSTOM 2669 FB Signal 9 363 Preset Ref 2 250 rpm 266A FB Signal 10 364 Preset Ref 3 500 rpm 266B FB Signal 11 365 Preset Ref 4 750 rpm 266C FB Signal 12 366 Preset Ref 5 1000 rpm 266D FB Signal 13 367 Preset Ref 6 1250 rpm 266E FB Signal 14 368 Preset Ref 7 1500 rpm 266F FB Signal 15 369 Keyb Ref Normal 266G FB Signal 16 380 ProcCtrlPID 269 FB Status 381 PID Control Off 300 Process 383 PID P Gain 1.0 310 Set/View ref 384 PID I Time 1.00s 320 Proc Setting 385 PID D Time 0.00s 321 Proc Source Speed 386 PIDMin Spd 10.00s 399 Start Delay 0s 336 Dec
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