6SE70..-.TP50; -.TP60; -.TP70 Inverters (5.4 MB)

Operating Instructions Edition: AM
simovert
masterdrives
Motion Control
Frequency Inverter (DC-AC) Compact PLUS Type
08.2008
Contents
Contents
1
DEFINITIONS AND WARNINGS ..................................................................... 1-1
2
DESCRIPTION ................................................................................................. 2-1
3
TRANSPORT, STORAGE, UNPACKING........................................................ 3-1
4
FIRST START-UP ............................................................................................ 4-1
5
INSTALLATION ............................................................................................... 5-1
5.1
Installing the units ............................................................................................. 5-1
5.2
5.2.1
5.2.2
Installing the optional boards............................................................................ 5-4
Installing optional boards on units with a width up to 90 mm ........................... 5-4
Installing optional boards on units with a width of 135 mm and 180 mm ......... 5-8
6
INSTALLATION IN CONFORMANCE WITH EMC REGULATIONS .............. 6-1
7
CONNECTING-UP ........................................................................................... 7-1
7.1
7.1.1
7.1.2
Power connections ........................................................................................... 7-5
Power connections for units with a width up to 90 mm .................................... 7-6
Power connections for units with a width of 135 mm and 180 mm .................. 7-7
7.2
Control connections .......................................................................................... 7-9
7.3
Conductor cross-sections ............................................................................... 7-19
7.4
Combinations of units ..................................................................................... 7-19
8
PARAMETERIZATION..................................................................................... 8-1
8.1
Parameter menus ............................................................................................. 8-1
8.2
Parameter input via the PMU............................................................................ 8-5
8.3
Parameter input via the OP1S.......................................................................... 8-8
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8.4
8.4.1
8.4.1.1
8.4.1.2
8.4.2
8.4.2.1
8.4.2.2
8.4.2.3
8.4.3
8.4.3.1
8.4.3.2
Parameter input with DriveMonitor ................................................................. 8-12
Installation and connection ............................................................................. 8-12
Installation.......................................................................................................8-12
Connection......................................................................................................8-12
Establishing the connection between DriveMonitor and the device ............... 8-13
Setting the USS interface ............................................................................... 8-13
Starting the USS bus scan.............................................................................. 8-15
Creating a parameter set ................................................................................ 8-16
Parameterization............................................................................................. 8-18
Structure of the parameter lists, parameterization with DriveMonitor ............ 8-18
General diagnostics ........................................................................................ 8-23
8.5
Parameter reset to factory setting .................................................................. 8-24
8.6
Parameterizing by download .......................................................................... 8-25
8.7
Parameterizing with parameter modules ........................................................ 8-26
8.8
Motor lists........................................................................................................ 8-39
8.9
Motor identification.......................................................................................... 8-49
8.10
Complete parameterization............................................................................. 8-49
9
MAINTENANCE ............................................................................................... 9-1
9.1
9.1.1
9.1.2
9.1.3
9.1.4
Replacing the fan.............................................................................................. 9-1
Replacing the fan in units up to 45 mm wide.................................................... 9-2
Replacing the fan in 67 mm and 90 mm wide units.......................................... 9-2
Replacing the fan in units 135 mm wide........................................................... 9-2
Replacing the fan in units up to 180 mm wide.................................................. 9-3
10
FORMING ....................................................................................................... 10-1
11
TECHNICAL DATA ........................................................................................ 11-1
12
FAULTS AND ALARMS ................................................................................ 12-1
12.1
Faults .............................................................................................................. 12-1
12.2
Alarms........................................................................................................... 12-13
12.3
Fatal errors (FF)............................................................................................ 12-36
13
ENVIRONMENTAL FRIENDLINESS............................................................. 13-1
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Definitions and Warnings
Definitions and Warnings
Qualified personnel
For the purpose of this documentation and the product warning labels,
a "Qualified person" is someone who is familiar with the installation,
mounting, start-up, operation and maintenance of the product. He or
she must have the following qualifications:
♦ Trained or authorized to energize, de-energize, ground and tag
circuits and equipment in accordance with established safety
procedures.
♦ Trained or authorized in the proper care and use of protective
equipment in accordance with established safety procedures.
♦ Trained in rendering first aid.
DANGER
indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will
result in death, serious injury and considerable damage to property.
WARNING
indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could
result in death, serious injury and considerable damage to property.
CAUTION
used with the safety alert symbol indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury.
CAUTION
used without safety alert symbol indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, may result in property damage.
NOTICE
NOTICE used without the safety alert symbol indicates a potential
situation which, if not avoided, may result in an undesirable result or
state.
NOTE
For the purpose of this documentation, "Note" indicates important
information about the product or about the respective part of the
documentation which is essential to highlight.
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Definitions and Warnings
WARNING
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Hazardous voltages are present in this electrical equipment during
operation.
Non-observance of the warnings can thus result in severe personal
injury or property damage.
Only qualified personnel should work on or around the equipment
This personnel must be thoroughly familiar with all warning and
maintenance procedures contained in this documentation.
The successful and safe operation of this equipment is dependent on
correct transport, proper storage and installation as well as careful
operation and maintenance.
NOTE
This documentation does not purport to cover all details on all types of
the product, nor to provide for every possible contingency to be met in
connection with installation, operation or maintenance.
Should further information be desired or should particular problems
arise which are not covered sufficiently for the purchaser's purposes,
the matter should be referred to the local SIEMENS sales office.
The contents of this documentation shall not become part of or modify
any prior or existing agreement, commitment or relationship. The sales
contract contains the entire obligation of SIEMENS AG. The warranty
contained in the contract between the parties is the sole warranty of
SIEMENS AG. Any statements contained herein do not create new
warranties or modify the existing warranty.
Proper use of Siemens products
WARNING
1-2
Siemens products may only be used for the applications described in
the catalog and in the relevant technical documentation. If products and
components from other manufacturers are used, these must be
recommended or approved by Siemens. Proper transport, storage,
installation, assembly, commissioning, operation and maintenance are
required to ensure that the products operate safely and without any
problems. The permissible ambient conditions must be adhered to. The
information in the relevant documentation must be observed.
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Definitions and Warnings
Components which can be destroyed by electrostatic discharge (ESD)
CAUTION
The board contains components which can be destroyed by
electrostatic discharge. These components can be easily destroyed if
not carefully handled. If you have to handle electronic boards, please
observe the following:
Electronic boards should only be touched when absolutely necessary.
The human body must be electrically discharged before touching an
electronic board.
Boards must not come into contact with highly insulating materials - e.g.
plastic parts, insulated desktops, articles of clothing manufactured from
man-made fibers.
Boards must only be placed on conductive surfaces.
Boards and components should only be stored and transported in
conductive packaging (e.g. metalized plastic boxes or metal
containers).
If the packing material is not conductive, the boards must be wrapped
with a conductive packaging material, e.g. conductive foam rubber or
household aluminium foil.
The necessary ESD protective measures are clearly shown again in the
following diagram:
♦ a = Conductive floor surface
♦ b = ESD table
♦ c = ESD shoes
♦ d = ESD overall
♦ e = ESD chain
♦ f = Cubicle ground connection
d
d
b
b
d
e
e
f
a
f
f
c
c
Sitting
Standing
Fig. 1-1
a
f
f
c
a
Standing / Sitting
ESD protective measures
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Definitions and Warnings
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Safety and Operating Instructions
for Drive Converters
(in conformity with the low-voltage directive 73/23/EEC)
1. General
4. Installation
In operation, drive converters, depending on their degree
of protection, may have live, uninsulated, and possibly
also moving or rotating parts, as well as hot surfaces.
The installation and cooling of the appliances shall be in
accordance with the specifications in the pertinent
documentation.
In case of inadmissible removal of the required covers, of
improper use, wrong installation or maloperation, there is
the danger of serious personal injury and damage to
property.
The drive converters shall be protected
against
excessive strains. In particular, no components must be
bent or isolating distances altered in the course of
transportation or handling. No contact shall be made with
electronic components and contacts.
For further information, see documentation.
All operations serving transport, installation and
commissioninng as well as maintenance are to be
carried out by skilled technical personnel (Observe
IEC 60364 or CENELEC HD 384 or DIN VDE 0100 and
IEC 60664 or DIN VDE0110 and national accident
prevention rules!).
Drive converters contain electrostatic sensitive
components which are liable to damage through
improper use. Electric components must not be
mechanically damaged or destroyed (potential health
risks).
For the purposes of these basic safety instructions,
"skilled technical personnel" means persons who are
familiar with the installation, mounting, commissioning
and operation of the product and have the qualifications
needed for the performance of their functions.
When working on live drive converters, the applicable
national accident prevention rules (e.g. BGV A3) must be
complied with.
2. Intended use
Drive converters are components designed for inclusion
in electrical installations or machinery.
5. Electrical connection
The electrical installation shall be carried out in
accordance with the relevant requirements (e.g. crosssectional areas of conductors, fusing, PE connection).
For further information, see documentation.
In case of installation in machinery, commissioning of the
drive converter (i.e. the starting of normal operation) is
prohibited until the machinery has been proved to
conform to the provisions of the directive 98/37/EG
(Machinery Safety Directive - MSD). Account is to be
taken of EN 60204.
Instructions for the installation in accordance with EMC
requirements, like screening, earthing, location of filters
and wiring, are contained in the drive converter
documentation. They must always be complied with, also
for drive converters bearing a CE marking. Observance
of the limit values required by EMC law is the
responsibility of the manufacturer of the installation or
machine.
Commissioning (i.e. the starting of normal opertion) is
admissible only where conformity with the EMC directive
(89/336/EEC) has been established.
6. Operation
The drive converters meet the requirements of the lowvoltage directive 73/23/EEC.
They are subject to the harmonized standards of the
series EN 50178 / DIN VDE 0160 in conjunction with
EN 60439-1 / DIN VDE 0660 part 500 and EN 60146 /
VDE 0558.
The technical data as well as information concerning the
supply conditions shall be taken from the rating plate and
from the documentation and shall be strictly observed.
3. Transport, storage
The instructions for transport, storage and proper use
shall be complied with.
The climatic conditions shall be in conformity with EN
50178.
Installations which include drive converters shall be
equipped with additional control and protective devices in
accordance with the relevant applicable safety
requirements, e.g. Act respecting technical equipment,
accident prevention rules etc. Changes to the drive
converters by means of the operating software are
admissible.
After disconnection of the drive converter from the
voltage supply, live appliance parts and power terminals
must not be touched immediately because of possibly
energized capacitors. In this respect, the corresponding
signs and markings on the drive converter must be
respected.
During operation, all covers and doors shall be kept
closed.
7. Maintenance and servicing
The manufacturer's documentation shall be followed.
Keep these safety instructions in a safe place!
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Definitions and Warnings
Residual risks of Power Drive Systems (PDS)
DANGER
The components for the controller and drive of a Power Drive System (PDS) are
authorized for industrial and commercial use in industrial networks. Their use in
public networks requires a different planning and/or additional measures.
It is only permissible to operate these components in enclosed housings or in
superordinate control cabinets and when all protective devices and protective
covers are used.
These components may only be handled by qualified and trained specialist
persons who are familiar with and observe all the safety instructions on the
components and in the relevant technical user documentation.
The machine manufacturer must take into account the following residual risks resulting from the
components for the controller and drive of a Power Drive System (PDS) when evaluating the
risk of his machine in accordance with the EC machinery guideline.
1. Undesired movements of driven machine components during commissioning, operation,
maintenance and repair, e.g. as a result of
•
•
•
•
•
•
HW and/or SW errors in the sensors, controller, actuators and connection system
Reaction times of the controller and the drive
Operation and/or ambient conditions not compliant with the specification
Errors in parameterization, programming, wiring and installation
Use of radio units/mobile phones in the direct vicinity of the controller
External influences/damage.
2. Extraordinary temperatures and emissions of light, noises, particles and gases, e.g. as a
result of
• Component failure
• Software errors
• Operation and/or ambient conditions not compliant with the specification
• External influences/damage.
3. Dangerous contact voltages, e.g. as a result of
• Component failure
• Influence upon electrostatic charging
• Induction of voltages in the case of moving motors
• Operation and/or ambient conditions not compliant with the specification
• Condensation/conductive contamination
• External influences/damage.
4. Operational electrical, magnetic and electromagnetic fields that may pose a risk to people
with a pacemaker, implants or metallic items if they are too close.
5. Release of pollutants and emissions if components are not operated or disposed of properly.
For additional information on the residual risks emanating from the components of the PDS,
please refer to the relevant chapters of the technical user documentation.
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DANGER
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Electrical, magnetic and electromagnetic fields (EMF) that occur during
operation can pose a danger to persons who are present in the direct
vicinity of the product − especially persons with pacemakers, implants,
or similar devices.
The relevant directives and standards must be observed by the
machine/plant operators and persons present in the vicinity of the
product. These are, for example, EMF Directive 2004/40/EEC and
standards EN 12198-1 to -3 pertinent to the European Economic Area
(EEA), as well as accident prevention code BGV 11 and the associated
rule BGR 11 "Electromagnetic fields" of the German employer's liability
accident insurance association pertinent to Germany.
These state that a hazard analysis must be drawn up for every
workplace, from which measures for reducing dangers and their impact
on persons are derived and applied, and exposure and danger zones
are defined and observed.
The safety information in the Storage, Transport, Installation,
Commissioning, Operation, Maintenance, Disassembly and Disposal
sections must also be taken into account.
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Description
Description
Range of application The inverter is a power electronics component for feeding highly
dynamic three-phase drives in the output range from 0.75 kW to 37 kW.
The unit can be operated from a DC system with voltages from 510 V to
650 V.
The inverter enables a three-phase system with a variable output
frequency between 0 Hz and 400 Hz to be generated from the DC link
voltage with the pulse width modulation method (PWM).
The unit is controlled by the internal closed-loop control electronics
which consists of a microprocessor and a digital signal processor
(DSP). The functions are provided by the unit software.
The unit can be operated via the PMU operator control panel, the userfriendly OP1S operator control panel, the terminal strip or via the bus
system. For this purpose, the unit has a number of interfaces and three
slots for the use of optional boards.
Resolvers, encoders, pulse encoders and multiturn encoders can be
used as encoders on the motor.
Optional
boards
Terminal strip
PMU
Control electronics
Serial
interface
C / L+
U2/T1
D/L-
V2/T2 Motor
terminals
W2/T3
DC link
fuse
DC
link
Inverter
PE2
PE3
Fig. 2-1
Circuit principle of the inverter
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Transport
Storage
Transport, Storage, Unpacking
Transport, Storage, Unpacking
The units and components are packed in the manufacturing plant
corresponding to that specified when ordered. A packing label is
located on the outside of the packaging. Please observe the
instructions on the packaging for transport, storage and professional
handling.
Vibrations and jolts must be avoided during transport. If the unit is
damaged, you must inform your shipping company immediately.
The units and components must be stored in clean, dry rooms.
Temperatures between -25 °C (-13 °F) and +70 °C (158 °F) are
permissible. Temperature fluctuations must not be more than 30 K per
hour.
CAUTION
If the storage period of two years is exceeded, the unit must be newly
formed. See Section ”Forming".
Unpacking
The packaging comprises board and corrugated paper. It can be
disposed of corresponding to the appropriate local regulations for the
disposal of board products. The units and components can be installed
and commissioned after they have been unpacked and checked to
ensure that everything is complete and that they are not damaged.
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First Start-up
First Start-up
Unpack and check the
units
After removing the packaging, check that the unit is
intact and undamaged. Only intact units may be started
up. Please also check that the unit is complete, that the
correct optional boards are fitted, and that the
technology option has been released, if ordered.
Mount the unit and
install optional boards
which have not yet
been fitted
Retrofit any optional boards which have not yet been
installed, if necessary. Then install the units taking into
account the requirements at the point of installation and
the EMC instructions.
See section
"Installation"
and "Installation
in Conformance
with EMC
Regulations"
Form the DC link
capacitors, if necessary
If the DC link of the unit was de-energized for more than
two years, you have to newly form the DC link capacitors
See section
"Forming"
Connect the protective
conductor, the power
cables or buses and, if
present, the ext. 24 V
supply
Please connect, starting with the protective conductor,
See section
the power cables or DC link buses and the external 24 V "Connecting-up"
supply. Pay attention to EMC instructions when laying
and
the cables. Please do not at this stage connect any
"Installation in
control, communication, encoder and motor cables
Conformance
(exception: cable for connecting up an OP1S, if
with EMC
parameterization is to be effected via the OP1S).
Regulations"
Connect the control
cables, communication
cables, encoder cables
and motor cables
Power up the external
24 V supply
See section
"Transport,
Storage,
Unpacking"
Please connect the remaining control, communication,
encoder and motor cables. Pay attention to the EMC
instructions when laying the cables.
WARNING
See section
The device must be disconnected from
its voltage supplies (24 V DC electronics "Connecting-up"
and "Installation
supply and DC link / mains voltage)
before the control and encoder leads are in Conformance
with EMC
connected or disconnected!
Failure to observe this advice can result in Regulations"
encoder defects, which may in turn cause
uncontrolled axis movements.
After checking that the cabling has been correctly
connected and that it sits properly, power up the external
24 V supply. After the electronics power supply has been
started, the unit initializes itself. The action can take
several seconds. The drive status is subsequently shown
on the PMU.
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If necessary, carry out
parameter reset to
factory setting
Parameterizing by
download or with
parameter modules
Function test
If the PMU does not show status °005 after completion
of the unit initialization, or if the unit has already been
See section
parameterized before, you should carry out a parameter "Parameterization"
reset to factory setting.
See section
"Parameterization"
AAA
siehe
After checking the unit and the cabling once more, power "Anschließen"
und "EMVup the line voltage and perform a function test according
gerechter
to your parameterization.
Aufbau"
WARNING It must be ensured that no danger for
persons and equipment can occur by
energizing the power and the unit. It is
recommended not to couple the driven
machine until the function test has
been successfully completed.
Further start-up and parameterization according to
your specific requirements
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Installation
5.1
Installing the units
WARNING
Safe converter operation requires that the equipment is mounted and
commissioned by qualified personnel taking into account the warning
information provided in these Operating Instructions.
The general and domestic installation and safety regulations for work
on electrical power equipment (e.g. VDE, UL) must be observed as well
as the professional handling of tools and the use of personal protective
equipment.
Death, severe bodily injury or significant material damage could result if
these instructions are not followed.
NOTE
MASTERDRIVES components are designed in accordance with degree
of protection IP20 or IPXXB in accordance with EN 60529 and as opentype devices to UL 50, thus providing protection against electrical
shocks. In order to also ensure protection against mechanical and
climatic stresses the components have to be operated in
housings/cabinets/rooms that are designed according to the
requirements of’ EN 60529 and classified as enclosure type to UL 50.
Clearances
When you install the equipment, make sure that the DC link connection
is at the top and the motor connection is at the bottom.
The devices must be mounted side by side in close physical contact.
In order to ensure an adequate supply of cooling air, a clearance of
100 mm must be left at the top of the unit and at the bottom of the unit
respectively to components which may considerably affect the flow of
cooling air.
When mounting in cabinets, the cabinet cooling must be designed
according to the power loss. Please refer to the Technical Data in this
regard.
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Requirements at the
point of installation
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♦ Foreign particles
The units must be protected against the ingress of foreign particles
as otherwise their function and operational safety cannot be
ensured.
♦ Dust, gases, vapors
Equipment rooms must be dry and dust-free. Ambient and cooling
air must not contain any electrically conductive gases, vapors and
dust which could diminish the functionality. If necessary, filters
should be used or other corrective measures taken.
♦ Cooling air
The units must only be operated in an ambient climate in
accordance with DIN IEC 721-3-3 Class 3K3. For cooling air
temperatures of more than 45 °C (113 °F) and installation altitudes
higher than 1000 m, derating is required.
Cooling air
Fig. 5-1
5-2
100 mm
100 mm
Mounting
surface
Minimum clearances for cooling
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Installation
The unit is mounted directly to a mounting surface. Fixing is by means
of two or four M5 screws.
Slots
for screws M5
Mounting surface
414 mm
425 mm
360 mm
260 mm
22.5 mm
45 mm
45 mm
90 mm
33.75 mm
67.5 mm
220 mm
0.55 kW
Side view
Fig. 5-2
1.5 / 2.2 kW
4.0 kW
Front view (without front cover)
Dimension drawings for housings up to 90 mm wide
Mounting surface
Cutouts
for M5 screws
425 mm
414 mm
360 mm
25 mm
260 mm
22.5 mm
135 mm
180 mm
220 mm
Side view
Fig. 5-3
5.5 / 7.5 / 11 kW
15 - 37 kW
Front view
Dimension drawings for housings 135 mm and 180 mm wide
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Installing the optional boards
DANGER
5.2.1
The unit has hazardous voltage levels up to 5 minutes after it has been
powered down due to the DC link capacitors. The unit or the DC link
terminals must not be worked on until at least after this delay time.
Installing optional boards on units with a width up to 90 mm
Disconnect unit
from power supply
DANGER
Disconnect the rectifier unit or the converter from the power supply and
switch OFF the unit. Remove the 24V power supply for the electronics.
Take off all connecting leads.
Dismantling the unit
Dismantle the unit as follows:
♦ Open the terminals of the DC link bus module.
♦ Remove the fixing screws by means of which the unit is fixed to the
mounting surface.
♦ Pull the unit down until the DC link bus module is completely
exposed.
♦ Pull the unit out towards you.
♦ Lay the unit on its left side.
♦ Unscrew the four fixing screws of the right-hand side wall. The fixing
screws are on the unit at the top on the right and at the bottom on
the right.
♦ You do not have to remove the four fixing screws completely, as the
wall of the unit is provided with a cutout to enable you to swing out
the cover once the screws have been loosened.
♦ Open the right-hand side wall. To open the side wall use a slotted
screwdriver to lever out the front panel from its latches. The front
panel only has to be loosened on one side of the side wall and can
stay on the unit housing. Now the side wall can be removed
upwards.
♦ Remove the cover of the selected slot on the front panel.
♦ To do so, you must carefully cut through the four connecting points
of the cover on the front panel with a thin knife.
Opening the unit
Removing the slot
cover
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Fixing screw for
side cover
Designation plates for the
optional boards
Fixing screw for
side cover
Fig. 5-4
Position of the fixing screws on the right-hand side wall
Fig. 5-5
Removing the right-hand side wall
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Removing the
option card holder
Remove the fixing screws of the option card holder from the pins and lift
the option card holder from the device.
Installing the
optional board
♦ Push the optional board from behind into the opening on the front
cover (c) until the position of the 64-pole system connector on the
main board corresponds with the position of the socket.
♦ Insert the optional board from the right onto the 64-pole system
connector on the main board (d). The view shows the installed
state.
♦ Screw the optional board tight at the fastening points in the front
section of the optional board (e).
Slot C
c
e
Slot C
d
Rear wall
Rear wall
Slot B
e
Fig. 5-6
Mounting the option
card holder
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Installing the optional board
Place the option card holder horizontally on the rear edge of all fitted
option cards and tighten the previously removed screws at the fixing
points.
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Installation
Assembling and
mounting the unit
Close the right-hand side wall of the unit as follows
♦ Press the front panel slightly to the side and insert the side wall from
above into the unit. Make sure after inserting the side wall that the
fixing lugs mounted at the top and bottom of the side wall are on the
outside.
♦ Screw the side wall tight again by means of the four fixing screws.
♦ Place the unit on its rear wall.
♦ Press the front panel from above onto the now closed unit so that
you can hear its latches engaging.
Mount the unit as follows:
♦ Insert the unit into its mounting position from the front underneath
the DC link bus module.
♦ Lift the unit upwards until the DC link bus module is completely in its
original position again.
♦ Screw the unit tight to the mounting surface with the fixing screws.
♦ Interlock the DC bus module.
♦ Re-connect all previously removed connecting cables.
♦ Check all connecting cables and the shield to make sure they sit
properly and are in the correct position.
Designating the
optional board
♦ To designate the optional board, insert the relevant designation
plate into the envisaged position on the front of the unit.
♦ After powering up the voltage, you can log on the optional boards in
the software of the unit and commence start-up.
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Installation
5.2.2
08.2009
Installing optional boards on units with a width of 135 mm and
180 mm
Disconnect unit
from power supply
DANGER
Disconnect the rectifier unit or the converter from the power supply and
switch OFF the unit. Remove the 24V power supply for the electronics.
Take off all connecting leads.
NOTE
Optional boards are mounted when the power section is already
installed.
Disassemble device
♦ Open up the clamps of the DC link busbars.
♦ Remove the fixing screws which hold the device on the mounting
surface.
♦ Pull the device down until the DC link busbars are fully exposed.
♦ Pull the device out toward the front.
♦ Place the device on an ESD compatible work station, rear panel
down.
Fig. 5-7
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Opening the unit
Installation
♦ For simpler disassembly, start with levering out the left one of the
two housing chambers of the DC link terminals from the unit using a
slot-head screwdriver.
♦ Unscrew the four fixing screws from the bottom and topside of the
device. Carefully lever out the front cover from the five detent lugs
on the right-hand side of the device using a slot-head screwdriver
(see Detail A, Fig. 5-8). The front cover needs to be loosened only
on one side, the right-hand side panel. Front cover and left-hand
side panel remain as one unit.
Fig. 5-8
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♦ Carefully pull the device front including left side panel forward to the
front (approx. 1 cm) so that the rear fold on the left-hand side panel
can be loosened from the rear panel of the device as well as the
front cover on the right-hand front panel from the housing (Fig. 5-9).
♦ You can then fold out the unit – consisting of front cover and lefthand side panel – to the left (Fig. 5-9).
♦ Open the locking levers of the ribbon cable on the power section
which connects to the control electronics.
♦ Remove the front of the device together with electronics board and
any additional options from the device.
Fig. 5-9
Removing the slot
cover
♦ Remove the cover of the selected slot on the front panel.
♦ To do so, you must carefully cut through the four connecting points
of the cover on the front panel with a thin knife or remove the
existing blind caps.
Removing the
option card holder
♦ Remove the fixing screws of the option card holder from the pins
and lift the option card holder from the device.
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Installation
Removing the
optional board
♦ Undo the two optional board screws by about one turn each.
♦ Loosen the connection between the system connector and the
board so as to prevent any mechanical tension arising when the
screws are fully unscrewed.
♦ Take out the optional board screws and remove the board.
Mounting the
optional board
♦ Insert the optional board from the behind the broken-out slot cover
(c) until the position of the 64-pole system connector on the
electronic board corresponds with the position of the socket.
♦ Insert the option board into the 64-pole system connector on the
electronic board (d).
♦ Screw the optional board tight at the fastening points in the front
section of the optional board with the two screws (e).
e
Slot C
Slot C
d
c
e
Fig. 5-10
Mounting the option
card holder
Installing the optional board
Place the option card holder horizontally on the rear edge of all fitted
option cards and tighten the previously removed screws at the fixing
points.
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Reassemble device
♦ Place the front of the device with the electronics board to the left
next to the device. Connect the ribbon cable again with the
electronics board and the power section and close the lock on the
connector.
♦ To start with, hold the front of the device with the left-hand side
panel tilted to the right at an angle of approx. 30° and place this unit
on the front of the device. Be careful not to damage the insulating
film on the right-hand inner side panel and to position the left-hand
side panel through the fixing lug correctly on the left housing side.
Applying little pressure, you can then insert the front cover and the
side panel in the housing, in parallel to the right-hand side panel.
The fold on the left-hand side panel as well as the detent lugs on the
right-hand side of the housing noticeably snap in.
♦ For less load on the connection points, put the device down on the
right-hand side and screw in the two screws each on the top and
bottom-side of the device for some turns only. Now tighten all four
screws.
♦ Now replace the housing of the DC link busbars until it noticeably
snaps in.
Mount device
♦ Push the device from the front, below the DC link busbars, to its
mounting position.
♦ Lift the device until the DC link busbars are fully connected again.
♦ Screw in the fixing screws to firmly tighten the device onto the
mounting surface.
♦ Lock in the DC link busbars.
Connecting up the
unit
♦ Re-connect all previously removed connecting cables.
♦ Check all connecting cables and the shield to make sure they sit
properly and are in the correct position.
Designating the
optional board
♦ To designate the optional board, insert the relevant designation
plate into the envisaged position on the front of the unit.
♦ After powering up the voltage, you can log on the optional boards in
the software of the unit and commence start-up.
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6
Rule 1
Installation in Conformance with EMC Regulations
Installation in Conformance with EMC
Regulations
Basic EMC rules
Rules 1 to 13 are generally applicable. Rules 14 to 20 are particularly
important for limiting noise emission.
All of the metal cabinet parts must be connected through the largest
possible surface areas (not paint on paint). If required, use serrated
washers. The cabinet door must be connected to the cabinet through
grounding straps which must be kept as short as possible.
NOTE
Grounding installations/machines is essentially a protective measure.
However, in the case of drive systems, this also has an influence on the
noise emission and noise immunity. A system can either be grounded
in a star configuration or each component grounded separately.
Preference should be given to the latter grounding system in the case
of drive systems, i.e. all parts of the installation to be grounded are
connected through their surface or in a mesh pattern.
Rule 2
Signal cables and power cables must be routed separately (to eliminate
coupled-in noise). Minimum clearance: 20 cm. Provide partitions
between power cables and signal cables. The partitions must be
grounded at several points along their length.
Contactors, relays, solenoid valves, electromechanical operating hours
counters, etc. in the cabinet must be provided with quenching elements,
for example, RC elements, diodes, varistors. These quenching devices
must be connected directly at the coil.
Non-shielded cables associated with the same circuit (outgoing and
incoming conductor) must be twisted, or the surface between the
outgoing and incoming conductors kept as small as possible in order to
prevent unnecessary coupling effects.
Eliminate any unnecessary cable lengths to keep coupling
capacitances and inductances low.
Connect the reserve cables/conductors to ground at both ends to
achieve an additional shielding effect.
In general, it is possible to reduce the noise being coupled-in by routing
cables close to grounded cabinet panels. For this reason the wiring
should not be installed freely in the cabinet but should be routed close
to the mounting plate. The same applies for reserve cables/conductors.
Tachometers, encoders or resolvers must be connected through a
shielded cable. The shield must be connected to the tachometer,
encoder or resolver and at the SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES through a
large surface area. The shield must not be interrupted, e.g. using
intermediate terminals. Pre-assembled cables with multiple shields
should be used for encoders and resolvers (see Catalog DA65).
Rule 3
Rule 4
Rule 5
Rule 6
Rule 7
Rule 8
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Rule 9
Rule 10
Rule 11
Rule 12
Rule 13
Rule 14
6-2
02.2008
The cable shields of digital signal cables must be connected to ground
at both ends (transmitter and receiver) through the largest possible
surface area. If the equipotential bonding is poor between the shield
connections, an additional equipotential bonding conductor with at least
10 mm² must be connected in parallel to the shield, to reduce the shield
current. Generally, the shields can be connected to ground (= cabinet
housing) in several places. The shields can also be connected to
ground at several locations, even outside the cabinet.
Foil-type shields are not to be favoured. They do not shield as well as
braided shields; they are poorer by a factor of at least 5.
The cable shields of analog signal cables can be connected to ground
at both ends if the equipotential bonding is good. Good equipotential
bonding is achieved if Rule 1 is observed.
If low-frequency noise occurs on analog cables, for example:
speed/measured value fluctuations as a result of equalizing currents
(hum), the shields are only connected for analog signals at one end at
the SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES. The other end of the shield should
be grounded through a capacitor (e.g. 10 nF/100 V type MKT).
However, the shield is still connected at both ends to ground for high
frequency as a result of the capacitor.
If possible, the signal cables should only enter the cabinet at one side.
If SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES are operated from an external 24 V
power supply, this power supply must not feed several consumers
separately installed in various cabinets (hum can be coupled-in!). The
optimum solution is for each SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVE to have its
own power supply.
Prevent noise from being coupled-in through the supply.
SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES and automation units/control electronics
should be connected-up to different supply networks. If there is only
one common network, the automation units/control electronics have to
be de-coupled from the supply using an isolating transformer.
The use of a radio interference suppression filter is obligatory to
maintain limit value class "First environment" or "Second environment",
even if sinusoidal filters or dv/dt filters are installed between the motor
and SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES.
Whether an additional filter has to be installed for further consumers,
depends on the control used and the wiring of the remaining cabinet.
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Rule 15
Rule 16
Rule 17
Rule 18
Rule 19
Rule 20
Installation in Conformance with EMC Regulations
A noise suppression filter should always be placed close to the fault
source. The filter should be connected to the mounting plate etc. over a
large surface area. A bare metal mounting panel (e.g. manufactured
from stainless steel, galvanized steel) is best, as electrical contact is
established through the entire mounting surface. If the mounting panel
is painted, the paint has to be removed at the screw mounting points for
the frequency converter and the noise suppression filter to ensure good
electrical contact.
To limit the interference emission the cables between the filter output,
the line commutating reactor and the converter should be shielded.
The incoming and outgoing cables of the radio interference suppression
filter have to be spatially separated/isolated.
In order to limit the noise emitted, all variable-speed motors have to be
connected-up using shielded cables, with the shields being connected
to the respective housings at both ends in a low-inductive manner
(through the largest possible surface area). The motor feeder cables
also have to be shielded inside the cabinet or at least shielded using
grounded partitions. Suitable motor feeder cable e.g. Siemens
PROTOFLEX-EMV-CY (4 x 1.5 mm2 ... 4 x 120 mm2) with Cu shield.
Cables with steel shields are unsuitable.
A suitable PG gland with shield connection can be used at the motor to
connect the shield. It should also be ensured that there is a lowimpedance connection between the motor terminal box and the motor
housing. If required, connect-up using an additional grounding
conductor. Do not use plastic motor terminal boxes!
A line reactor has to be installed between the radio interference
suppression filter and the SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES.
The line supply cable has to be spatially separated from the motor
feeder cables, e.g. by grounded partitions.
The shield between the motor and SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES must
not be interrupted by the installation of components such as output
reactors, sinusoidal filters, dv/dt filters, fuses, contactors. The
components must be mounted on a mounting panel which
simultaneously serves as the shield connection for the incoming and
outgoing motor cables. Grounded partitions may be necessary to shield
the components.
In order to limit the radio interference (especially for limit value class
"First environment "), in addition to the line supply cable, all cables
externally connected to the cabinet must be shielded.
Examples of these basic rules:
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Cabinet 1
02.2008
Cabinet 2
Cabinet 3
Netz
*) Keep the radio interference
suppression filters away from
SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES
air discharge duct, e.g. by
mounting at another level
Netz
Rule
13
Rule
17
~
Rule
14
~
=
*)
*)
=
Rule 12
Control
Fig. 3.5.3
Rule
9, 10
Rule
4, 5, 7
Fig. 3.5.6
Rule
19
Fig 3.5.4
Rule 2
Z
Grounding rail
Fig. 3.5.2
Rule 16
Z
Rule 8
Fig. 6-1
Shield connection
Examples for applying the basic EMC rules
Connect at both ends to the
cabinet housing through the
largest possible surface area!
Shield rail
Cable retaining bar
Fig. 6-2
6-4
Connecting the motor cable shield where the cable enters the cabinet
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Installation in Conformance with EMC Regulations
PG gland
Motor terminal box
Fig. 6-3
Shield connection at the motor
The shield can be connected through a PG or metric gland (nickelplated brass) with a strain relief bar. Thus, the degree of protection IP
20 can be achieved.
For higher degrees of protection (up to IP 68), there are special PG
glands with shield connection, e.g.:
♦ SKINDICHT SHVE, Messrs. Lapp, Stuttgart
♦ UNI IRIS Dicht or UNI EMV Dicht, Messrs. Pflitsch, Hückeswagen
It is not permissible to use plastic motor terminal boxes!
Shield
clamp
Cable connector
Fig. 6-4
Connecting the signal cable shields for SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES
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Installation in Conformance with EMC Regulations
02.2008
♦ Every SIMOVERT
MASTERDRIVES has shield
clamps to connect the signal
cable shields.
♦ For chassis units (sizes ≥ E),
the shields can be additionally
connected using cable
connectors at the shield
connecting locations.
Cable connector
Serrated bar
Connect serrated bars
at both ends to the
cabinet housing
through the largest
possible surface area!
Fig. 6-5
Intermediate terminals
Connecting signal cable shields in the cabinet
Wherever possible, intermediate terminals should not be used as they
reduce the shielding effect!
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7
DANGER
Connecting-up
Connecting-up
SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES units are operated at high voltages.
The equipment must be in a no-voltage condition (disconnected from
the supply) before any work is carried out!
Only professionally trained, qualified personnel must work on or with
the units.
Death, severe bodily injury or significant property damage could occur if
these warning instructions are not observed.
Hazardous voltages are still present in the unit up to 5 minutes after it
has been powered down due to the DC link capacitors. Thus, the
appropriate delay time must be observed before working on the unit or
on the DC link terminals.
The power terminals and control terminals can still be live even when
the motor is stationary.
If the DC link voltage is supplied centrally, the converters must be
reliably isolated from the DC link voltage!
When working on an opened unit, it should be observed that live
components (at hazardous voltage levels) can be touched (shock
hazard).
The user is responsible that all the units are installed and connected-up
according to recognized regulations in that particular country as well as
other regionally valid regulations. Cable dimensioning, fusing,
grounding, shutdown, isolation and overcurrent protection should be
particularly observed.
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Connecting-up
08.2008
PE3
Safe STOP (optional) X533
+
−
X3 DC link
busbars
SIEMENS
PMU
External DC24 V supply,
RS485 (USS) X100
X100
A
S1
Bus terminating resistor (USS) S1
Slot A
X101
B
Terminal strip X101
Slot B
X103 C
RS232 / RS485 (USS) X103
Slot C
Motor connection X2
Shield connection for
control cables
Fig. 7-1
7-2
Shield
connections for
motor cable
Connection overview of units up to 90 mm wide
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Connecting-up
DC link bus module X3
+
−
PE3
Safe STOP
(option) X533
SIEMENS
PMU
External DC24 V supply,
RS485 (USS) X100
P
A
S1
Bus terminating
resistor (USS) S1
Slot A
X101 B
Terminal strip X101
Slot B
X103 C
RS232/RS485 (USS) X103
Slot C
Motor connection X2
Fig. 7-2
Connection overview of units 135 mm wide
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Connecting-up
08.2008
DC link bus module X3
+
−
PE3
Safe STOP
(option) X533
SIEMENS
PMU
DC24 V supply,
RS485 (USS) X100
P
A
S1
Bus terminating
resistor (USS) S1
Slot A
X101 B
Terminal strip X101
Slot B
X103 C
RS232/RS485 (USS) X103
Slot C
Motor connection X2
Fig. 7-3
7-4
Connection overview of units 180 mm wide
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7.1
WARNING
Connecting-up
Power connections
Protective conductor
The protective conductor must be connected up both on the mains side
and on the motor side.
On account of leakage current through the interference-suppression
capacitors the following must be observed as per EN 50178
• A minimum cross-section of 10 mm2 Cu must be used or
• If supply connections with cross-sections less than 10 mm2 are
used, two protective conductors have to be connected up. The
cross-section of each of the protective conductors corresponds to
the cross-section of an outer conductor.
NOTE
If the unit is mounted on a grounded mounting surface via a conductive
connection, the protective conductor cross section can be the same as
that of the phase conductor. The function of the second protective
conductor is afforded by the grounded mounting surface.
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Connecting-up
08.2008
7.1.1
Power connections for units with a width up to 90 mm
Protective
conductor
On top of the unit behind the DC link connection X3 is an extra
protective conductor connection in the form of a threaded M4 bolt.
It is used for connecting a protective conductor for units in isolated
connection.
X3 - DC link bus
module
The DC link bus module serves to supply the unit with electrical energy.
Bar
Designation
Meaning
Range
3
PE3
Protective conductor connection
2
D / L-
DC link voltage -
DC 510 - 650 V
1
C / L+
DC link voltage +
DC 510 - 650 V
Connectable cross-section: "Electro-plated copper" 3x10 mm, rounded
off according to DIN 46433
Bar 1 is at the front when installed.
Table 7-1
X2 – Motor
connection
DC link busbars
The motor connection is located at the lower section of the unit.
PE2 U2 V2 W2
Terminal
Meaning
Range
PE2
Protective conductor connection
U2
Phase U2 / T1
3 AC 0 V - 480 V
V2
Phase V2 / T2
3 AC 0 V - 480 V
W2
Phase W2 / T3
3 AC 0 V - 480 V
Connectable cross-section: 4 mm² (AWG 10), stranded
Terminal PE2 is at the front when installed.
Table 7-2
CAUTION
Motor connection
The connector has to be screwed firmly to the housing (providing
resistance to vibration and protecting against being inadvertently
withdrawn).
The motor cables must be dimensioned in accordance with VDE 298,
Part 2.
After installation of the connector, the shield of the motor cable must be
fixed to the shield plate through a large surface area.
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Connecting-up
7.1.2
Power connections for units with a width of 135 mm and 180 mm
X3 - DC link bus
module
The DC link bus module serves to supply the unit with electrical energy.
Bar
Designation
Meaning
Range
3
PE3
Protective conductor connection
2
D / L-
DC link voltage -
DC 510 - 650 V
1
C / L+
DC link voltage +
DC 510 - 650 V
Connectable cross-section: "Electro-plated copper" 3x10 mm, rounded
off according to DIN 46433
Bar 1 is at the front when installed.
Table 7-3
X2 – Motor
connection
≤ 18.5 kW
PE
U2
V2
DC link busbars
The motor connection is to a terminal block at the bottom of the unit.
W2
Terminal
Meaning
Range
PE
Protective conductor connection
U2 / T1
Phase U2 / T1
3AC 0 V - 480 V
V2 / T2
Phase V2 / T2
3AC 0 V - 480 V
W2 / T3
Phase W2 / T3
3AC 0 V - 480 V
Connectable cross-section:
Housing width 135 mm: 10 mm² (AWG 8), stranded
Housing width 180 mm: 16 mm² (AWG 6), stranded
Viewed from the front, Terminal PE is at the left.
Table 7-4
Motor connection
The motor cables must be dimensioned in accordance with VDE 298,
Part 2.
After installation of the connector, the shield of the motor cable must be
fixed to the shield plate through a large surface area.
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Connecting-up
X2 – Motor
connection ≥ 22 kW
U2
08.2008
The motor connection is to a terminal block at the bottom of the unit.
Terminal
Meaning
Range
Protective conductor connection
V2 W2
U2 / T1
Phase U2 / T1
3AC 0 V - 480 V
V2 / T2
Phase V2 / T2
3AC 0 V - 480 V
W2 / T3
Phase W2 / T3
3AC 0 V - 480 V
Connectable cross-section:
Maximum cross-section: 50 mm² (AWG 1/0),
Minimum cross-section: 10 mm² (AWG 6)
PE terminal is at the bottom right of the shield plate.
Table 7-5
Motor connection
The motor cables must be dimensioned in accordance with VDE 298,
Part 2.
After installation of the connector, the shield of the motor cable must be
fixed to the shield plate through a large surface area.
7-8
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7.2
Connecting-up
Control connections
Standard
connections
The basic version of the unit is provided with the following control
connections:
♦ external 24V supply, USS bus connection (RS485)
♦ serial interface for PC or OP1S
♦ control terminal strip.
WARNING
The device must be disconnected from its voltage supplies (24 V DC
electronics supply and mains voltage) before the control and encoder
leads are connected or disconnected!
Failure to observe this advice can result in encoder defects, which may
in turn cause uncontrolled axis movements.
WARNING
The external 24 V infeed and all circuits connected to the control
terminals must meet the requirements for safety separation as
stipulated in EN 50178 (PELV circuit = Protective Extra Low Voltage).
CAUTION
The external 24 V supply must be protected by an m.c.b. in order to
prevent the overloading of printed conductors / components in the
event of a device defect (e.g. a short circuit in the control electronics or
a wiring fault).
Fuse –F1,F2 m.c.b. 6 A , tripping characteristic C,
Siemens 5SX2 106-7.
(For wiring information, see supplementary sheet supplied with rectifier
unit or converter and Fig. 7-4).
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Connecting-up
08.2008
3AC
380 - 480 V
PELV power
supply
-F1
DC
24 V
-K1
-X9
2
1
U1 V1 W1
-X100
33
34
Control
electronics
Rectifier unit
-X100
33
34
Control
electronics
Inverter 1.1
-X100
33
34
Inverter 1.2
Control
electronics
-X100
33
34
-F2
-X100
33
34
Fig. 7-4
7-10
Inverter 1.3
Control
electronics
Inverter 2.1
Control
electronics
Sectional drive with rectifier unit and inverters
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Connecting-up
X100
33
PE
RS485N
RS485P
TxD
RS485N
RxD
≥1
EN_RS232
36
Controller
X101
1
P24
2
M24
EN_RS485
3
Out
In
4
Two-way
digital inputs
and outputs
Out
Out/In
5V
In
5
Microcontroller
Out
In
RS232 Id
BOOT
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Out
In
Out
In
24V
6
Out
In
4 two-waydigital inputs/outputs
Outputs
7
5V
In
5V
In
24V
Digital inputs
8
24V
Inputs
9
X103
A
Analog input
D
10
D
12
Fig. 7-5
Slot A
Slot B
11
Analog output
+5V
RS485P
GND
35
Aux. powr
supply
ON
OFF
36 V
34
Serial USS
interface (RS485)
S1
BOOT
RS485P
RS232 RxD
RS232 Id
- +
Switch for
USS bus connection
P24
RS485N
RS232 TxD
P5V
24V
External 24 V
supply
A
Slot C
Overview of the standard connections
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Connecting-up
X100 - external
DC24 V supply,
USS bus
33
34
35
36
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The 4-pole terminal strip serves to connect the external 24 V DC power
supply (supply from the supply unit or an AC/AC converter) and for
connecting a USS bus.
The USS bus connection is linked to the control electronics and the
9-pole Sub-D socket of the serial interface X103.
The bus terminating resistor can be switched in via switch S1 as
required. In the lower position, the bus termination is switched off.
The termination has to be switched in whenever the unit is located at
one end of the USS bus.
Terminal
Designation
Significance
Range
33
+24 V (in)
24 V DC power supply
DC 20-30 V
34
0V
Reference potential
0V
35
RS485P (USS)
USS bus connection
RS485
36
RS485N (USS)
USS bus connection
RS485
Connectable cross-section: 2.5 mm² (AWG 12)
Terminal 33 is at the top when installed.
Table 7-6
External 24 V supply, USS bus
The unit draws a current of 1 A from the 24 V power supply. When
optional boards are plugged in, this increases to a maximum of 1.6 A.
NOTICE
7-12
The RS485 interface can be operated either via –X100 or –X103.
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X101 - Control
terminal strip
The following connections are provided on the control terminal strip:
♦ 4 combined digital inputs and outputs
♦ 2 additional digital inputs
♦ 1 analog input
♦ 1 analog output
♦ 24 V auxiliary voltage supply (max. 60 mA, output only!) for the
inputs.
CAUTION
If the digital inputs are supplied from an external 24 V supply, this must
be referenced to frame X101.2. Terminal X101.1 (P24 AUX) may not
be connected with the 24V supply.
Terminal
Designation
Meaning
Range
1
P24 AUX
Aux. voltage supply
DC 24 V / 60 mA
2
M24 AUX
Reference potential
choked
0V
3
DIO1
Digital input/output 1
24 V, 10 mA / 20 mA
4
DIO2
Digital input/output 2
24 V, 10 mA / 20 mA
5
DIO3
Digital input/output 3
24 V, 10 mA / 20 mA
6
DIO4
Digital input/output 4
24 V, 10 mA / 20 mA
7
DI5
Digital input 5
24 V, 10 mA
8
DI6
Digital input 6
24 V, 10 mA
9
AI−
Analog input −
11 bit + sign
differential input:
10
AI+
Analog input +
± 10 V / Ri = 40 kΩ
11
AO
Analog output
8 bit + sign
± 10 V / 5 mA
12
M AO
Ground analog output
Connectable cross-section: 0.14 mm² to 1.5 mm² (AWG 16)
Terminal 1 is at the top when installed.
Table 7-7
NOTE
Control terminal strip
The outputs of the customer terminal can assume undefined states
during power up/board initialization/execution time overflow, unless a
specific response has been expressly defined (and implemented in the
hardware) for these periods.
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Connecting-up
X103 - Serial
interface
9
5
6
1
08.2008
It is possible to connect either an OP1S or a PC with RS232 or RS485
serial interface via the 9-pole SUB D socket. There are different
connecting cables for the PC for the various transmission protocols.
The 9-pole SUB D socket is internally coupled with the USS bus, thus
enabling data exchange with other nodes linked via the USS bus.
This interface is also used for loading software.
Pin
Designation
Meaning
Range
1
RS232 ID
Changeover to RS232 protocol
Low active
2
RS232 RxD
Receive data via RS232
RS232
3
RS485 P
Data via RS485 interface
RS485
4
Boot
Control signal for software update
Low active
5
M5 AUX
Reference potential to P5V
0V
6
P5V
5 V aux. voltage supply
+5 V, max. 200 mA
7
RS232 TxD
Transmit data via RS232
RS232
8
RS485 N
Data via RS485 interface
RS485
9
M_RS232/485
Digital ground (choked)
Table 7-8
7-14
Serial interface
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Connecting-up
X533 - Safe stop
option
Using the "safe stop" option, it is possible to interrupt the gating signals
to the power section by means of a safety relay. This ensures that the
unit will definitely not generate a rotating field in the connected motor.
Even if the control electronics generates trigger commands, the power
section cannot move the motor.
The "safe stop" function is a "device for the prevention of unexpected
starting" in accordance with EN 60204-1, Section 5.4, and meets the
requirements of Safety Category 3 to EN 954-1 by virtue of appropriate
external protective circuitry.
DANGER
The "safe stop" function does not electrically isolate the motor from the
power section, i.e. the motor terminals are still at hazardous voltage
when the function is active!
The safe stop option is not suitable for bringing a rotating motor to a
quick halt as by de-energizing the trigger signals, the motor is only
braked by the connected load.
The motor cannot produce a torque when the "safe stop" function is
activated. Where external forces are applied to the drive axes or with
drives that are not self-arresting (e.g. vertical axes), additional holding
devices, e.g. brakes, are required.
A residual risk cannot be precluded in the case of two simultaneous
errors in the power section. In this case, the drive can be aligned by a
small angle of rotation (asynchronous motors: Max. 1 slot pitch in the
remanence range, corresponding to about 5° to 15°).
NOTE
The products described here have been developed to perform safetyrelated functions as part of a complete system or machine. A complete,
safety-related system generally includes sensors, evaluation units,
signaling devices and strategies for safe shutdown. The manufacturer
of an installation or machine is responsible for providing an appropriate
overall safety system. Siemens AG, its regional offices and associated
companies (referred to as "Siemens" below) cannot guarantee all the
characteristics of a complete installation or machine that has not been
designed by Siemens.
Siemens shall not be liable for recommendations that are made or
implied as a result of the following description. No new warranty or
liability claims over and above those stated in the Siemens general
delivery conditions can be inferred from the following description.
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The safe stop option comprises the safety relay and the connecting
terminals for relay triggering and a checkback contact.
X533
X533
Terminal
Designation
Meaning
Range
1
Contact 1
Checkback "safe stop"
DC 20 V – 30 V
2
Contact 2
Checkback "safe stop"
1A
3
Control input
"safe stop"
Rated resistance of field coil
≥ 823 Ω ± 10 % at 20 °C
4
P24 DC
Supply voltage "safe stop"
DC 20 V – 30 V
max. operating
frequency: 6/min
DC 24 V /
30 mA
Connectable cross-section: 1.5 mm² (AWG 16)
When installed, terminal 4 is situated at the top front of the unit (see Fig. 7-1 to
7-3).
Table 7-9
Terminal assignment for the "safe stop" option
Exception:
On units ≥ 22 kW ( 6SE7024-7TP_0,
6SE7026-0TP_0, 6SE7027-2TP_0) terminal 1 is at the
top front when installed (see Fig. 7-1 to 7-3).
The field coil of the safety relay is connected at one end to the
grounded electronics frame. When the field coil is supplied via an
external 24 V supply, its negative pole must be connected to ground
potential. The external 24 V supply must comply with the requirements
for PELV circuits to EN 50178 (DIN VDE 0160).
In the shipped state, a jumper is inserted between terminals 3 and 4.
The jumper must be removed before the "SAFE STOP" function can be
used and an external control for selecting the function connected.
If the safety relay is supplied via the internal supply at X533:4, the
external 24 V supply must deliver at least 22 V at terminal X9:1/2 to
ensure that the relay picks up reliably (internal voltage drop).
Terminal strip
- X533
1 2 3 4
P15
Optocoupler /
fibre optics
supply
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The checkback contacts of the safety relay are capable of at least
100,000 switching cycles at the specified load (30 V DC / 1 A). The
mechanical service life is about 106 switching cycles. The safety relay is
an important component in ensuring reliability and availability of the
machine. For this reason, the pcb with the safety relay must be
replaced in the case of malfunction. In this case, the unit must be
returned for repair or replaced. Function checks must be carried out at
regular intervals, which must be defined in compliance with Employer's
Liability Insurance Regulation BGV A3 §39, para. 3. Accordingly,
function checks must be performed as required by the relevant service
conditions, but at least once a year and additionally after initial
commissioning and any modification and/or maintenance work.
P24
Request protective
device enable
S2
open
K2
-Y1
Emerg.
stop
closed
-S1
Mains
K2
Main switch
A1
Y10 Y11 Y12
Y21 Y22
13
23
31
47
57
A1
3TK2828
Y33 Y34
PE
A2
Y10 Y11 Y12
Y21 Y22
13
23
31
47
3TK2828
14
24
32
48
58
Y33 Y34
PE A2
-Q1
57
K1
14
24
32
48
58
Reset
S3
K1
X533
1
2
4
3
U1 V1 W1
Option K80
P24
PV
M
X101
X
Y
OFF3
n=0
-Cu control
board
-K1
-K2
OFF1
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U2 V2 W2
M
X: Binary input, connect to OFF3
e. g. X101.8 --> P558 = 21
Y: Binary output, connect to "Comparison value
reached"
e. g. X101.6 --> P654 = 120; P796 = 0 (comparison value)
Fig. 7-6
3
M
Sample application of "safe stop" function with contactor safety
combination for monitoring a moving protective device in Safety Category
3 to EN 954-1
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All external cables relevant to the safety function are protected, e.g.
installed in cable ducts, to preclude the possibility of short circuits.
Cables must be installed in compliance with the requirements of
EN 60204-1, Section 14.
In the circuit shown in Fig. 7-6, the tumbler does not release the moving
protective device until the drive has stopped. It may be possible to omit
the tumbler if the risk assessment of the machine deems this to be
safe. In this case, the NC contact of the protective device is connected
directly to terminals Y11 and Y12 and electromagnet Y1 is omitted.
Binary input X is negated with signal "OFF3", i.e. at 24 V, the converter
decelerates the motor to zero speed along the parameterized
deceleration ramp. The converter signals zero speed via binary output
Y, thus energizing relay K2.
Once the motor has stopped, the safety relay in the converter is opened
and the coil of main contactor K1 remains at 24 V via the checkback
contact. If contacts in the safety relay are sticking, the checkback
contacts do not close and the safety combination on the right
deenergizes main contactor K1 via delayed contacts 47/48 when the
set delay period expires.
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7.3
Connecting-up
Conductor cross-sections
Protective
conductor
If the unit is mounted conductively on a grounded mounting surface, the
cross section of the protective conductor can be the same as that of the
phase conductor.
WARNING
In the case of insulated installation on units up to 90 mm wide, a
second protective conductor (with the same cross section as the line
conductor) must be connected to ground (M4 threaded bolts on the top
of the unit next to the mains terminal).
Motor cable
For cross-sections and leads, see catalog Motion Control SIMOVERT
MASTERDRIVES MC or IEC 60 204-1: 1997/1998.
7.4
Combinations of units
For simple configuration of multi-axis drives, one or several Compact
PLUS DC/AC inverters can be fed from the DC link of the Compact
PLUS AC/AC converters.
WARNING
The total drive power of the inverters must not exceed the drive power
of the converter. A simultaneity factor of 0.8 applies here.
For example, a 4 kW inverter and a 1.5 kW inverter can be connected
to a converter with a drive power of 5.5 kW by a common DC bus.
The line-side components are rated according to the total power of all
converters and inverters. In the case of a multi-axis drive from one
5.5 kW converter, one 4 kW inverter and one 1.5 kW inverter, the lineside components must be rated for an 11 kW converter. If the total
power does not exactly equal that of one converter, then the line-side
components must be dimensioned according to the next-higher
converter power.
NOTICE
If more than two inverters are connected to the DC bus of a converter,
an external DC 24 V supply must be provided for these inverters. Only
one further inverter can be connected to the 24 V voltage output in the
case of a converter with a housing width of 45 mm.
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8
Parameterization
Parameterization
It is possible to parameterize the units of the SIMOVERT
MASTERDRIVES series by various methods of parameter input. Every
unit can be set via the dedicated parameterizing unit (PMU) without the
need to use additional components.
Each unit is supplied with the user software DriveMonitor and
comprehensive electronic documentation on a DVD. In the case of
installation on a standard PC the units can be parameterized via the
serial interface of the PC. The software provides extensive parameter
aids and a prompted start-up function.
The unit can be further parameterized by entering parameters with the
OP1S manual operator panel and via a controller at the field bus level
(e.g. Profibus).
NOTE
In firmware V.20 (for performance 2 units) BICO parameters can also
be changed in the "Run" drive status (see also parameter list
"Changeable in"). In contrast to firmware v1.x in which BICO
parameters could only be changed in the "Ready" drive status,
structural changes can also be made on performance 2 units with
firmware V2.0 during running operation.
WARNING
Unintentional axis movements may occur as a result of undesired
changes to BICO parameters in the "Run" drive status.
8.1
Parameter menus
Parameters with related functions are compiled in menus for structuring
the parameter set stored in the units. A menu thus represents a
selection out of the entire supply of parameters of the unit.
It is possible for one parameter to belong to several menus. The
parameter list indicates which individual menus a parameter belongs to.
Assignment is effected via the menu number allocated to each menu.
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Parameterization
P60
08.2009
Menu level 1
Select via
P60 Menu Select
Menu level 2
(only on OP1S)
Menu level 3
(only on OP1S)
User parameters
General parameters
SCom1/SCom2
Terminals
Field bus interfaces
Communication
SIMOLINK
Control and status words
SCB/SCI
Parameter menu
Setpoint channel
Motor/encoder
Fixed settings
Motor data
Encoder data
Control/gating unit
Quick
parameterization
Position control
Speed control
Current control
Sequence control
Board
configuration
V/f open-loop control
Gating unit
Drive setting
Download
Diagnostics
Upread/free access
Functions
Faults/alarms
Messages/displays
Trace
Power section
definition
Releases
Basic positioner
Synchronism
Free blocks
Positioning
Technology
Setting up/MDI
By entering a password in P359,
access to the menus in the gray
shaded area can be prohibited to
unauthorized persons
P358 Key
Fig. 8-1
8-2
P359 Lock
Parameter menus
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Parameterization
Menu levels
The parameter menus have several menu levels. The first level
contains the main menus. These are effective for all sources of
parameter inputs (PMU, OP1S, DriveMonitor, field bus interfaces).
The main menus are selected in parameter P60 Menu Selection.
Examples:
P060 = 0
"User parameters" menu selected
P060 = 1
"Parameter menu" selected
...
P060 = 8
"Power section definition" menu selected
Menu levels 2 and 3 enable the parameter set to be more extensively
structured. They are used for parameterizing the units with the OP1S
operator control panel.
Main menus
P060
Menu
Description
0
User parameters
•
Freely configurable menu
1
Parameter menu
•
Contains complete parameter set
•
More extensive structure of the functions achieved by using
an OP1S operator control panel
2
Fixed settings
•
Used to perform a parameter reset to a factory or user setting
3
Quick
parameterization
•
Used for quick parameterization with parameter modules
•
When selected, the unit switches to status 5 "Drive setting"
4
Board configuration
•
Used for configuring the optional boards
•
When selected, the unit switches to status 4 "Board
configuration"
•
Used for detailed parameterization of important motor,
encoder and control data
•
When selected, the unit switches to status 5 "Drive setting"
•
Used to download parameters from an OP1S, a PC or an
automation unit
•
When selected, the unit switches to status 21 "Download"
•
Contains the complete parameter set and is used for free
access to all parameters without being restricted by further
menus
•
Enables all parameters to be upread/upload by an OP1S, PC
or automation unit
•
Used to define the power section (only necessary for units of
the Compact and chassis type)
•
When selected, the unit switches to status 0 "Power section
definition"
5
6
7
8
Drive setting
Download
Upread/free access
Power section
definition
Table 8-1
Main menus
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Parameterization
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User parameters
In principle, parameters are firmly assigned to the menus. However, the
"User parameters" menu has a special status. Parameters assigned to
this menu are not fixed, but can be changed. You are thus able to put
together the parameters required for your application in this menu and
structure them according to your needs. The user parameters can be
selected via P360 (Select UserParam).
Lock and key
In order to prevent undesired parameterization of the units and to
protect your know-how stored in the parameterization, it is possible to
restrict access to the parameters by defining your own passwords with
the parameters:
♦ P358 key and
♦ P359 lock.
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Parameterization
8.2
Parameter input via the PMU
The PMU parameterizing unit enables parameterization, operator
control and visualization of the converters and inverters directly on the
unit itself. It is an integral part of the basic units. It has a four-digit
seven-segment display and several keys.
Seven segment display for:
drive statuses
Alarms and faults
Parameter numbers
Raise key
Lower key
Toggle key
Parameter indices
P
Parameter values
Fig. 8-2
Key
PMU parameterizing unit
Significance
Toggle key
Raise key
Lower key
Hold toggle key
and press raise
key
Hold toggle key
and press lower
key
Table 8-2
Function
•
For switching between parameter number, parameter index
and parameter value in the sequence indicated (command
becomes effective when the key is released).
•
If fault display is active: Acknowledge the fault
For increasing the displayed value:
•
Short press = single-step increase
•
Long press = rapid increase
For lowering the displayed value:
•
Short press = single-step decrease
•
Long press = rapid decrease
•
If parameter number level is active: For jumping back and forth
between the last selected parameter number and the
operating display (r000)
•
If fault display is active: For switching over to parameter
number level
•
If parameter value level is active: For shifting the displayed
value one digit to the right if parameter value cannot be
displayed with 4 figures (left-hand figure flashes if there are
any further invisible figures to the left)
•
If parameter number level is active: For jumping directly to the
operating display (r000)
•
If parameter value level is active: For shifting the displayed
value one digit to the left if parameter value cannot be
displayed with 4 figures (right-hand figure flashes if there are
any further invisible figures to the right)
Operator control elements on the PMU
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Toggle key
(P key)
08.2009
As the PMU only has a four-digit seven-segment display, the 3
descriptive elements of a parameter
♦ Parameter number,
♦ Parameter index (if the parameter is indexed) and
♦ Parameter value
cannot be displayed at the same time. For this reason, you have to
switch between the individual descriptive elements by depressing the
toggle key. After the desired level has been selected, adjustment can
be made using the raise key or the lower key.
With the toggle key, you can change
over:
•
from the parameter number to the
parameter index
•
from the parameter index to the
parameter value
•
from the parameter value to the
parameter number
Parameter number
P
P
Parameter
value
Parameter
index
P
If the parameter is not indexed, you
can jump directly from the parameter
number to the parameter value.
NOTE
If you change the value of a parameter, this change generally becomes
effective immediately. It is only in the case of acknowledgement
parameters (marked in the parameter list by an asterisk ‘ * ’) that the
change does not become effective until you change over from the
parameter value to the parameter number.
Parameter changes made using the PMU are always safely stored in
the EEPROM (protected in case of power failure) once the toggle key
has been depressed.
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Example
The following example shows the individual operator control steps to be
carried out on the PMU for a parameter reset to factory setting.
Set P053 to 0002 and grant parameter access via PMU
P053
∇
Ê
Ì
0000
Ê
∇
P Ì
Ê
Ì
0001
Ê
0002
P Ì
P053
Select P060
∇
Ê
Ì
P053
P060
Set P060 to 0002 and select "Fixed settings" menu
Ê
P060
∇
P Ì
Ê
Ì
1
Ê
P Ì
2
P060
Select P970
∇
Ê
P060
Ì
P970
...
Set P970 to 0000 and start parameter reset
Ê
P970
P Ì
Ê
1
∇ Ì
Ê
0
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Parameterization
8.3
08.2009
Parameter input via the OP1S
The operator control panel (OP1S) is an optional input/output device
which can be used for parameterizing and starting up the units. Plaintext displays greatly facilitate parameterization.
The OP1S has a non-volatile memory and can permanently store
complete sets of parameters. It can therefore be used for archiving sets
of parameters. The parameter sets must be read out (upread) from the
units first. Stored parameter sets can also be transferred (downloaded)
to other units.
The OP1S and the unit to be operated communicate with each other via
a serial interface (RS485) using the USS protocol. During
communication, the OP1S assumes the function of the master whereas
the connected units function as slaves.
The OP1S can be operated at baud rates of 9.6 kBd and 19.2 kBd, and
is capable of communicating with up to 32 slaves (addresses 0 to 31). It
can therefore be used both in a point-to-point link (e.g. during initial
parameterization) and within a bus configuration.
The plain-text displays can be shown in one of five different languages
(German, English, Spanish, French, Italian). The language is chosen by
selecting the relevant parameter for the slave in question.
Order numbers
NOTE
8-8
Components
Order Number
OP1S
6SE7090-0XX84-2FK0
Connecting cable 3 m
6SX7010-0AB03
Connecting cable 5 m
6SX7010-0AB05
Adapter for installation in cabinet door incl. 5 m cable
6SX7010-0AA00
The parameter settings for the units connected to the OP1S are given
in the corresponding documentation of the unit (Compendium).
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8.2 A 25 V
00
# 100.000 min-1
* 100.000 min-1
Run
LED red
LED green
LCD (4 lines x 16 characters)
9-pole SUB-D connector
on rear of unit
Fault
Run
Reversing key
ON key
I
OFF key
O
Raise key
Lower key
P
Key for toggling between control levels
Jog key
Jog
7
8
9
4
5
6
1
2
3
0
+/-
Reset
0 to 9: number keys
Reset key (acknowledge)
Sign key
Fig. 8-3
View of the OP1S
100.0A 380.0V 00
#-300.000Hz
*-300.000Hz
Run
Fault
Run
I
O
P
S IE ME NS
USS-Bus
Jog
7
8
9
4
5
6
1
2
3
0
+/-
Reset
P
A
S1
US
OP1S
S
Connecting cable
via
5
4
3
2
1
9
8
7
6
OP1S side:
Unit side:
9-pole SUB-D socket
9-pole SUB-D connector
Fig. 8-4
NOTE
X101 B
5
48
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
RS
9
8
X103 C
Example: The OP1S in a point-to-point link with the Compact PLUS unit
In the as-delivered state or after a reset of the parameters to the factory
setting, a point-to-point link can be adopted with the OP1S without any
further preparatory measures and parameterization can be
commenced.
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Parameterization
Key
O
Jog
P
08.2009
Significance
ON key
•
For energizing the drive (enabling motor activation). The
function must be enabled by P554.
OFF key
•
For de-energizing the drive by means of OFF1, OFF2 or
OFF3, depending on parameterization. The function
must be enabled by P554 to P560.
Jog key
•
For jogging with jogging setpoint 1 (only effective when
the unit is in the "ready to start" state). This function must
be enabled by P568.
Reversing key
•
For reversing the direction of rotation of the drive. This
function must be enabled by P571 and P572.
Toggle key
•
For selecting menu levels and switching between
parameter number, parameter index and parameter
value in the sequence indicated. The current level is
displayed by the position of the cursor on the LCD
display (the command comes into effect when the key is
released).
•
For conducting a numerical input
•
For leaving menu levels
•
If fault display is active, this is for acknowledging the
fault. This function must be enabled by P565.
Reset key
Reset
Raise key
Lower key
+/-
Function
For increasing the displayed value:
•
Short press = single-step increase
•
Long press = rapid increase
•
If motorized potentiometer is active, this is for raising the
setpoint. This function must be enabled by P573.
For lowering the displayed value:
•
Short press = single-step decrease
•
Long press = rapid decrease
•
If motorized potentiometer is active, this is for lowering
the setpoint. This function must be enabled by P574.
Sign key
•
For changing the sign so that negative values can be
entered
Number keys
•
Numerical input
to
Table 8-3
NOTE
Operator control elements of the OP1S
If you change the value of a parameter, the change does not become
effective until the toggle key (P) is pressed.
Parameter changes made using the OP1S are always stored safely in
the EEPROM (protected in case of power failure) once the toggle key
(P) has been pressed.
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Some parameters may also be displayed without a parameter number,
e.g. during quick parameterization or if "Fixed setting" is selected. In
this case, parameterization is carried out via various sub-menus.
Example of how to proceed for a parameter reset.
2x
Ê
#
*
P Ì
Ê
0.0 A 0 V 00 MotionControl
0.00 min-1 *Menu selection
0.00 min-1 OP: Upread
Ready OP: Download
P Ì
Ê
Menu Selection
*User Param.
Param Menu..
Fixed Set...
∇ Ì
Menu Selection
*User Param.
Param Menu..
#Fixed Set...
Selection of fixed setting
Ê
Fixed Setting
*Select FactSet
FactSet.
∇ Ì
Ê
Fixed Setting
*Select FactSet
#FactSet.
P Ì
Ê
Factory Setting
FactSet.
*No FactSet
∇
P Ì
Ì
Factory Setting
#FactSet.
*No FactSet
Selection of factory setting
P Ì
Ê
wait
Ì
Factory Setting
Menu Selection
#FactSet.
*User Param..
*No FactSet
Param. Menu..
busy............
FixedSet...
Start of factory setting
NOTE
It is not possible to start the parameter reset in the "Run" status.
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Parameter input with DriveMonitor
NOTE
Please refer to the online help for detailed information on
DriveMonitor (
button or F1 key).
8.4.1
Installation and connection
8.4.1.1
Installation
A DVD is included with the devices of the MASTERDRIVES Series
when they are delivered. The operating tool supplied on the DVD
(DriveMonitor) is automatically installed from this DVD. If "automatic
notification on change" is activated for the DVD drive on the PC, user
guidance starts when you insert the DVD and takes you through
installation of DriveMonitor. If this is not the case, start file
"Autoplay.exe" in the root directory of the DVD.
8.4.1.2
Connection
RS232 interface
There are two ways of connecting a PC to a device of the SIMOVERT
MASTERDRIVES Series via the USS interface. The devices of the
SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES Series have both an RS232 and an
RS485 interface.
The serial interface that PCs are equipped with by default functions as
an RS232 interface. This interface is not suitable for bus operation and
is therefore only intended for operation of a SIMOVERT
MASTERDRIVES device.
9
8
7
6
5
5
4
4
3
3
2
2
1
1
To PC COMx
socket
Fig. 8-5
NOTICE
8-12
9
8
7
6
X300:
1 n.c. (not connected)
(Compact PLUS: RS232 Id)
2 RxD (RS232)
3 Rx+/Tx+ (RS485)
4
5 Ground
6 +5V (OP1S)
7 TxD (RS232)
8 Rx-/Tx- (RS485)
9 Ground
Device side
-X300 (compact PLUS -X103)
9-pin SUB-D connector
Connecting cable for connecting PC COM(1-4) to SIMOVERT
MASTERDRIVES X300
DriveMonitor must not be operated via the Sub-D socket X300 if the
SST1 interface parallel to it is already being used for another purpose,
e.g. bus operation with SIMATIC as the master.
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RS485 interface
The RS485 interface is multi-point capable and therefore suitable for
bus operation. You can use it to connect 31 SIMOVERT
MASTERDRIVES with a PC. On the PC, either an integrated RS485
interface or an RS232 ↔ RS485 interface converter is necessary. On
the device, an RS485 interface is integrated into the -X103 connection.
For the cable: see pin assignment -X300 and device documentation of
the interface converter.
8.4.2
Establishing the connection between DriveMonitor and the device
8.4.2.1
Setting the USS interface
You can configure the interface with menu Tools Æ ONLINE Settings.
Fig. 8-6
Online settings
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The following settings (Fig. 8-7) are possible:
♦ Tab card "Bus Type", options
USS (operation via serial interface)
Profibus DP (only if DriveMonitor is operated under Drive ES).
♦ Tab card "Interface"
You can enter the required COM interface of the PC (COM1 to
COM4) and the required baudrate here.
NOTE
Set the baudrate to the baudrate parameterized in SIMOVERT
MASTERDRIVES (P701) (factory setting 9600 baud).
Further settings: operating mode of the bus in RS485 operation;
setting according to the description of the interface converter
RS232/RS485
♦ Tab card "Extended"
Request retries and Response timeout; here you can increase the
values already set if communication errors occur frequently.
Fig. 8-7
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8.4.2.2
Parameterization
Starting the USS bus scan
DriveMonitor starts with an empty drive window. Via the menu "Set up
an ONLINE connection..." the USS bus can be scanned for connected
devices:
Fig. 8-8
NOTE
Starting the USS bus scan
The "Set up an online connection” menu is only valid from Version 5.2
onwards.
Fig. 8-9
Search for online drives
During the search the USS bus is scanned with the set baudrate only.
The baud rate can be changed via "Tools Æ ONLINE Settings", see
section 8.4.2.1.
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8.4.2.3
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Creating a parameter set
With menu FileÆ New Æ... you can create a new drive for
parameterization (see Fig. 8-10). The system creates a download file
(*.dnl), in which the drive characteristic data (type, device version) are
stored. You can create the download file on the basis of an empty
parameter set or the factory setting.
Fig. 8-10
Creating a new drive
Based on factory setting:
♦ The parameter list is preassigned with the factory setting values
Empty parameter set:
♦ For compilation of individually used parameters
If the parameters of a parameter set that has already been created
have to be changed, this can be done by calling the corresponding
download file via the “FileÆ Open” menu function. The last four drives
can be opened via “Parameter sets last dealt with”.
When you create a new drive, the window "Drive Properties" (Fig. 8-11)
opens. Here you must enter the following data:
♦ In dropdown list box "Device type", select the type of device (e.g.
MASTERDRIVES MC). You can only select the devices stored.
♦ In dropdown list box "Device version", you can select the software
version of the device. You can generate databases for (new)
software versions that are not listed when you start online
parameterization.
♦ You must only specify the bus address of the drive during online
operation (switchover with button Online/Offline)
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NOTE
Parameterization
The specified bus address must be the same as that of the
parameterized SST bus address in SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES
(P700).
No bus address is assigned to the drive with the button "Disconnect
network connection".
NOTE
Field "Number of PCD" has no special significance for the
parameterization of MASTERDRIVES and should be left at "2".
If the value is changed, it must be/remain ensured that the setting value
in the program matches the value in parameter P703 of the drive at all
times.
Fig. 8-11
Create file; Drive properties
After confirming the drive properties with ok you have to enter the name
and storage location of the download file to be created.
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8.4.3
Parameterization
8.4.3.1
Structure of the parameter lists, parameterization with DriveMonitor
Parameterization using the parameter list is basically the same as
parameterization using PMU (See Chapter 6 "Parameterizating Steps").
The parameter list provides the following advantages:
♦ Simultaneous visibility of a larger number of parameters
♦ Text display for parameter names, index number, index text,
parameter value, binectors, and connectors
♦ On a change of parameters: Display of parameter limits or possible
parameter values
The parameter list has the following structure:
Field
No.
Field Name
Function
1
P. Nr
Here the parameter number is displayed. You can only change the field in
menu Free parameterization.
2
Name
Display of the parameter name, in accordance with the parameter list
3
Ind
Display of the parameter index for indexed parameters. To see more than
index 1, click on the [+] sign. The display is then expanded and all indices of
the parameter are displayed
4
Index text
Meaning of the index of the parameter
5
Parameter
value
Display of the current parameter value. You can change this by doubleclicking on it or selecting and pressing Enter.
6
Dim
Physical dimension of the parameter, if there is one
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With buttons Offline, Online (RAM), Online (EEPROM) (Fig. 8-12 [1])
you can switch modes. When you switch to online mode, device
identification is performed. If the configured device and the real device
do not match (device type, software version), an alarm appears. If an
unknown software version is recognized, the option of creating the
database is offered. (This process takes several minutes.)
1
2
Fig. 8-12
Drive window/parameter list
The DriveMonitor drive window has a directory tree for navigation
purposes (Fig. 8-12 [2]). You can deselect this additional operating tool
in menu View - Parameter selection.
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The drive window contains all elements required for the
parameterization and operation of the connected device. In the lower
bar, the status of the connection with the device is displayed:
Connection and device ok
Connection ok, device in fault state
Connection ok, device in alarm state
Device is parameterized offline
No connection with the device can be established (only offline
parameterization possible).
NOTE
8-20
If no connection with the device can be established because the device
does not physically exist or is not connected, you can perform offline
parameterization. To do so, you have to change to offline mode. In that
way, you can create an individually adapted download file, which you
can load into the device later.
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Drive Navigator
Parameterization
This is used to quickly access important functions of the DriveMonitor.
Settings for Drive Navigator under Tools -> Options (Fig. 8-14):
Fig. 8-13
Drive Navigator
Fig. 8-14
Options menu display
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Toolbar of the Drive Navigator
8-22
=
Assisted commissioning
=
Direct to parameter list
=
General diagnostics
=
Save drive parameters to a file
=
Download parameter file to drive
=
Load standard application
=
Assisted F01 technology COMM
=
Basic positioner operating screens
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8.4.3.2
Parameterization
General diagnostics
Via the Diagnostics Æ General diagnostics menu the following window
opens. This window gives a general overview of the active warnings
and faults and their history. Both the warning and the fault number as
well as plain text are displayed.
Fig. 8-15
General diagnostics
Via the Extended Diagnostics button you can reach the next
diagnostics window.
Fig. 8-16
Extended diagnostics
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8.5
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Parameter reset to factory setting
The factory setting is the defined initial state of all parameters of a unit.
The units are delivered with this setting.
You can restore this initial state at any time by resetting the parameters
to the factory setting, thus canceling all parameter changes made since
the unit was delivered.
Grant parameter access
6: Parameter changes permitted via PMU and serial interface
SCom1 (OP1S and PC)
P053 = 6
P060 = 2
Menu selection "Fixed settings"
P366 = ?
Select desired factory setting
0: Standard
Note:
This parameter was correctly set prior to despatch of
the unit and only needs to be changed in exceptional
cases.
Start parameter reset
0: Parameter reset
1: No parameter change
P970 = 0
Unit carries out parameter
reset and then leaves the
"Fixed settings" menu.
Fig. 8-17
8-24
Sequence for parameter reset to factory setting
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8.6
Parameterization
Parameterizing by download
Downloading with
OP1S
The OP1S operator control panel is capable of upreading parameter
sets from the units and storing them. These parameter sets can then be
transferred to other units by download. Downloading with the OP1S is
thus the preferred method of parameterizing replacement units in a
service case.
During downloading with the OP1S, it is assumed that the units are in
the as-delivered state. The parameters for the power section definition
are thus not transferred (see section "Detailed parameterization, power
section definition"). If a PIN has been entered to release optional
technology functions, this is also not overwritten during downloading.
With the "OP: Download" function, a parameter set stored in the OP1S
can be written into the connected slave. Starting from the basic menu,
the "OP: Download" function is selected with "Lower" or "Raise" and
activated with "P".
Ê
MotionControl
*Menu selection
OP: Upread
#OP: Download
P Ì
Download
*1909199701
MASTERDRIVES MC
PLUS
Example: Selecting and activating the "Download" function
Now one of the parameter sets stored in the OP1S has to be selected
using the "Lower" or "Raise" keys (displayed in the second line). The
selected ID is confirmed with the "P" key. Now the slave ID can be
displayed with "Lower" or "Raise". The slave ID contains various
characteristic features of the unit such as rated output, order number,
software version, etc.
The "Download" procedure is then started with the "P" key. During
download, the OP1S displays the parameter currently being written.
Ê
Download
*1909199701
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PLUS
P Ì
Ê
Download
*1909199701
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PLUS
P Ì
MotionControl 00
Download
Pxxx
Example: Confirming the ID and starting the "Download" procedure
With "Reset", the procedure can be stopped at any time. If downloading
has been fully completed, the message "Download ok" appears and the
display returns to the basic menu.
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After the data set to be downloaded has been selected, if the
identification of the stored data set does not agree with the identification
of the connected unit, an error message appears for approximately 2
seconds. The operator is then asked if downloading is to be
discontinued.
Ê
Download
*1909199701
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Yes:
No:
8.7
P Ì
Ê
Download
*1909199701
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PLUS
P Ì
Ê
Error:
Different
IDs
2s Ì
MotionControl 00
Stop download?
#yes
no
Downloading is discontinued.
Downloading is carried out.
Parameterizing with parameter modules
Pre-defined, function-assigned parameter modules are stored in the
units. These parameter modules can be combined with each other, thus
making it possible to adjust your unit to the desired application by just a
few parameter steps. Detailed knowledge of the complete parameter
set of the unit is not required.
Parameter modules are available for the following function groups:
1. Motors
2. Motor encoders
3. Control types
4. Setpoint and command sources
Parameterization is effected by selecting a parameter module from
each function group and then starting quick parameterization. A
parameter reset to the factory setting is performed and then, according
to your selection, the required device parameters are set to achieve the
required control functionality. The parameters necessary for fine
adjustment of the control structure are automatically adopted in the
user menu.
NOTE
8-26
If parameter changes have already been carried out on the unit, it is
recommended that you carry out a parameter reset to the factory
setting prior to performing "Quick parameterization".
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P060 = 3
Select "Quick Parameterization" menu
Input of unit line voltage in V
AC Units: RMS value of AC voltage
DC Units: DC link voltage
P071 = ?
Input of motor type
0: No motor connected
1: 1FT6/1FK6 synchronous servo-motor
2: 1PH7(=1PA6)/1PL6/1PH4 induction servo-motor
5: Torque motor 1FW3
P095 = ?
P095 = 1
2
5
Input the code number for the connected 1FK6/1FT6 motor
(For list see Chapter 8.8)
P096 = ?
Input the code number for the connected 1PH7(=1PA6),
1PH4, 1PL6 motor (For list see Chapter 8.8)
P097 = ?
P099 = ?
P130 = ?
0, 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7
4
P147.1 = ?
Input the code number for the connected 1FW3 motor
(For list see Chapter 8.8)
Select motor encoder
0: automatic encoder detection
1: 2-pole resolver
2: Resolver with pole pair number of motor
3: Encoder 2048/rev.
4: Multiturn encoder 2048/rev.
5: Pulse encoder 1024/rev.
7: Encoders without C/D track 2048/rev (SW V1.30 and
later)
The absolute initial position is not set on encoders without
a C/D track. These can only be used on asynchronous
machines. The position is corrected via a zero pulse (if
connected).
1PA6, 1PL6, 1PH4 and 1PH7 asynchronous motors with
encoder:
These motors are normally supplied with an ERN1381
encoder without C/D track.
Selection of a multiturn enocder
1: EQN1325 (2048 lines)
2: ECN1313 (2048 lines)
6: EnDat
7: EQI1325 (32 lines)
8: EQN1125 (Heidenhain) EnDat
9: ECN1113 (Heidenhain) EnDat
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Select type of control
0: V/f open-loop control
2: Torque control
3: Speed control
P367 = ?
Select setpoint and command source
0: not used
1: Analog input and terminal strip
2: Fixed setpoints and terminal strip
3: MOP and terminal strip
4: USS
5: not used
6: PROFIBUS (CBP2)
7: OP1S and fixed setpoints via SCom1
8: OP1S and MOP via SCom1
Input the USS address
P368 = ?
P368 =
0, 1, 2, 3
4 7, 8
6
P700.1 = ?
P918.1 = ?
P370 = 1
P060 = 0
Input the PROFIBUS address
Start of quick parameterization
0: No parameter change
1: Parameter change according to chosen
combination of parameter modules
Note:
After start-up an automatic factory setting of P366 = 0
takes place, followed by the associated parameterization.
Return to user menu
Fig. 8-18
Function diagram
modules
8-28
Sequence for parameterizing with parameter modules
Function diagram modules (function diagrams) are shown after the flow
chart for parameter modules stored in the unit software. On the first few
pages are the:
♦ setpoint and command sources, on the following pages are the
♦ analog outputs and the display parameters and the
♦ open-loop and closed-loop control types.
It is therefore possible to put together the function diagrams to exactly
suit the selected combination of setpoint/command source and
open/closed-loop control type. This will give you an overview of the
functionality parameterized in the units and of the necessary
assignment of the terminals.
The function parameters and visualization parameters specified in the
function diagrams are automatically adopted in the user menu and can
be visualized or changed there.
The parameter numbers of the user menu are entered in P360.
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Setpoint and command source
Terminal strip and
analog input
-X101/1
P24
-X101/2
M24
-X101/3
1 = Operation
-X101/4
0 = Fault
-X101/5
0 = Alarm
-X101/6
1 = Inverter relesae
-X101/7
1-Edge = Acknowledge
-X101/8
1 = ON 0 = OFF1
AnaIn Scale
P630
Differential input
+/- 10 V
AnaIn Offset
P631
-10 V ... + 10V
corresponds to
-100 % ... +100 %
AI+
-X101/9
A
AnaIn Smooth
P634
D
AI-X101/10
Control type:
Speed
control
r003 Output Volts
r004 Output Amps
r006 DC Bus Volts
Refspeed
P353
Norm.
n-Reg. Gain1 n-Reg. Time
P235.1 P240.1
FSetp
n(max, FWD speed)
Torq(Lim1)
P452.1
P263.1
Disp Speed Conn
r041.1
(= speed
setpoint)
Current
control
Accel
Time P462.1
Analog output
+/- 10 V
-X101/11
AA
-X101/12
n(max, REV speed)
P453.1
Decel
Time P464.1
AnaOut Offset
P644.1
A
FSetp
Torq (Lim2)
P264.1
y[V]=
Motor
encoder
AnaOut Smooth
P642.1
AnaOut Scale
P643.1
y
D
Motor
3~
Disp Speed Conn
r041.2
(=speed actual value )
x
x
P643.1
100 %
Type of encoder:
Resolver
Data of resolver to be connected:
- 2-pole
Data of pulse encoder simulation:
- 1024 pulses/revolution
Pulse encoder simulation:
(only for SBR2)
6
SBR1/2
-X410/90
Track A+
sin +
-X414/3
-X410/91
Track A-
sin -
-X414/4
-X410/92
Track B+
cos+
-X414/6
-X410/93
Track B-
cos-
-X414/7
-X410/94
Zero pulse +
Excitation
-X414/9
-X410/95
Zero pulse -
MExcitationg
-X414/11
Shield connection
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Setpoint and command source:
Terminal strip and fixed setpoints (FSetp)
-X101/1
P24
-X101/2
M24
-X101/3
1 = Operation
-X101/4
0 = Fault
-X101/5
FSetp Bit 0
-X101/6
FSetp Bit 1
-X101/7
1-Edge = Acknowledge
-X101/8
1 =ON 0 = OFF1
FSetp1
0 0
FSetp2
0 1
FSetp3
1 0
FSetp4
1 1
Control type:
Torque
control
r003 Output Volts
r004 Output Amps
r006 DC Bus Volts
Ref
Torque
P354
Norm
Disp Torq Conn
r039.1
FSetp Torq(Lim1)
(=Torque
P263
setpoint)
Current
control
Motor
3~
FSetp Torq(Lim2)
P264
Speed
monitoring
Motor
encoder
n(max FWD speed)
P452
Analog output
+/- 10 V
-X101/12
AnaOut+
AnaOut-
A
y
D
AnaOut Scale AnaOut Smooth
P642.1
P643.1
y[V]=
Disp Torq Conn
r039.2
(=Torque actual
value)
Disp Speed Conn
r041.2
(=speed actual value)
x
x
P643
100 %
-X101/11
AnaOut Offset
P644.F
n(max REV speed)
P453
Type of encoder:
Pulse encoder
Full information on pulse encoder connection is
given in the SBP operating instruction
(Order No. 6SE7087-6NX84-2FA0).
SBP
UB
-X400/60
5
-X400/61
Data of pulse encoder to be connected:
- HTL encoder (15 V)
- 1024 Inc.
- without control track
Track A+
-X401/68
Track B+
-X401/70
Zero pulse +
-X401/72
Shield
connection
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Setpoint and command source
Terminal strip and motorized potentiometer
-X101/1
P24
-X101/2
M24
-X101/3
1 = Operation
-X101/4
0 = Fault
-X101/5
1 = Raise MOP
-X101/6
1 = Lower MOP
-X101/7
1-Edge = Acknowledge
-X101/8
1 = ON 0 = OFF1
MOP Accel Time MOP Decel Time
P431 P432
MOP(max)
P421
MOPi(min)
P422
Conf MOP
P425
00x0 = ... Without storing after OFF
00x1 = ... Storing after OFF
Type of control
V/f control
r003 Output Volts
r004 Output Amps
Ref speed
P353
r006 DC Bus Volts
Norm.
Volts Curve1
P327
Ref Freq
P352
n(max, FWD speed)
P452.1
U
.3 .4
Norm.
Boost
P325
n(max, REV speed)
P453.1
Accel Time Decel Time
P462.1 P464.1
Motor
3~
.2
.1
.1 .2
.3 .4
Freq Curve1
P326
-X101/11
AA
AnaOut Offset
P644.1
A
-X101/12
AnaOut Scale
P643.1
y
D
y[V]=
x
P643.1
100 %
Motor
encoder
AnaOut Smooth
P642.1
x
Disp Freq Conn
r043.2
(=Frequency actual value)
Analog output
+/- 10 V
f
Type of encoder:
Without encoder
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Ready for ON
Ready for operation
Operation
Fault effective
OFF2 effective
OFF3 effective
ON blocked
Alarm effective
Deviation
PZD control
Comparison setp ok
Undervoltage fault
Energize main contactor
Reserve
<1> Interface parameters P700 to P704 remain
unchanged if parameter P370=1 is set
via SCom1 (e. g. DriveMonitor).
FWD/REV speed setp
USS
Setpoint and command source
Ramp generator active
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1
<1>
PKW
Data word 1
Data word 2
PKW
PKW
Data word 1
Data word 2
Receive
Actual value
Setpoint
Control word 1
1
ON/OFF1
1
OFF2
Software release
1
OFF3
Jog bit 1
1
Inverter relesae
1
RGen start
0
RGen release
1 0
Acknowledge
1
Jog bit 2
0
0 1
PZD control
External fault
Proposal
15
0 0
FWD speed
Tlg failure
time: 0 =
none
PKW
Transmit
REV speed
RS485N
Baud rate:
9.6 KB
0
Status word 1
Raise MOP
-X100/36
PKW:4
RS485P PZD:2
Lower MOP
-X100/35
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CB Bus Address
0 ... 200
P918.01 (3)
CB/TB TlgOFF
0 ... 6500 ms
P722.01 (10)
P722.01 =0 :
No monitoring
CB Parameter 11
0 ... 65535
P721.01 to .05
CB Parameter 10
0 ... 65535
P720.01
••••••
CB Parameter 1
0 ... 65535
P711.01
CB
configuration
Sheet [120]
Receive
Transmit
Sheet [125]
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StW 1
PcD1 (Data word1)
1
0
••
PKW
PKW
••
PKW
Reserved for read
operations of
parameter data
Reserved for write operations of
parameter data
PKW
PZD1 (Data word 1)
PZD1 (Data word 1)
PZD2 (Data word 2)
Control word 1
Status word 1
PZD2 (Data word 2)
• • • • • •
Reserve
pos./neg. speed setp
Ramp-function gen. active
Energize main cont.
Undervoltage fault
Comp. Setp reached
PZD control
Set/actual deviation
Alarm effective
Switch-on ihibit
OFF3 effective
OFF2 effective
Fault effective
Operation
Ready
Ready for ON
••••••
PROFIBUS 1. CB
Setpoint and command source:
• • • • • •
No RGen Stop
Setpoint Release
B3105
B3106
Positive Spd
Negative Spd
B3111
B3112
MOP lower
External fault
Bit15 B3115
MOP higher
PcD control
B3110
B3113
Jog Bit1
B3109
Jog Bit0
RGen Release
B3104
B3108
Inv. Release
B3103
Acknowledge
OFF3 (QStop)
B3102
B3107
OFF2 (electr.)
Bit14 B3114
Bit7
n(act)
from sheet [500a.8]
Status word1
r552
from sheet
[200]
Isq(act) from sheet [390.4]
f(set,V/f) from sheet [400.5]
P574.1
B (3114)
P573.1
B (3113)
PROFIBUS 1. CB
to sheet [180]
control word 1
r550
Src MOP lower
Src MOP higher
P572.1
Src Neg. Spd
B (3112)
P571.1
Src Pos. Spd
B (3111)
P569.1
Src Jog Bit1
B (3109)
P568.1
Src Jog Bit0
B (3108)
P566.1
Src2 Acknowledge
B (3107)
P564.1
Src Setp. Release
B (3106)
P563.1
Src No RGen Stop
B (3105)
P562.1
Src RGen Release
B (3104)
P561.1
Src Inv. Release
B (3103)
P558.1
Src1 OFF3 (QStop)
B (3102)
P555.1
Src1 OFF2
B (3101)
P554.1
Src ON/OFF1
B (3100)
Main setpoint
P443.B
to sheet [310.1]
K (3002)
K0032
B3101
ON/OFF1
Receive setpoints
K3002
1.CB Word2
r733.2
K3001
1.CB Word1
r733.1
P734.1(32)
K
Bit0
B3200
to Bit15
B3215
Bit0
B3100
Bit1
KK0200
KK0091
For torque control K0184
For V/f control
P734.2
K
Transmit actual values
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Setpoint and command source:
Parameterization
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Parameterization
Motor lists
Synchronous
motors
1FK6 / 1FK7 /
1FT6 / 1FS6
NOTE
1FK7xxx HD (High Dynamic, P096=82-92) are new AC servo motors
based on the 1FK6 series. The data of 1FK7xxx HD (High Dynamic)
and 1FK6xxx therefore tally.
Input in
P096
Motor order number
(MPRD)
Speed
nn [rpm]
Torque
Mn [Nm]
Current
In [A]
Number
of pole
pairs
1
1FK6032-6AK7
6000
0.8
1.5
3
2
1FK6040-6AK7
6000
0.8
1.75
3
3
1FK6042-6AF7
3000
2.6
2.4
3
4
1FK6060-6AF7
3000
4.0
3.1
3
5
1FK6063-6AF7
3000
6.0
4.7
3
6
1FK6080-6AF7
3000
6.8
5.2
3
7
1FK6083-6AF7
3000
10.5
7.7
3
8
1FK6100-8AF7
3000
12.0
8.4
4
9
1FK6101-8AF7
3000
15.5
10.8
4
10
1FK6103-8AF7
3000
16.5
11.8
4
11
1FT6031-4AK7_
6000
0.75
1.2
2
12
1FT6034-1AK7_-3A
1FT6034-4AK7_
6000
1.4
2.1
2
13
1FT6041-4AF7_
3000
2.15
1.7
2
14
1FT6041-4AK7_
6000
1.7
2.4
2
15
1FT6044-1AF7_-3A
1FT6044-4AF7_
3000
4.3
2.9
2
16
1FT6044-4AK7_
6000
3.0
4.1
2
17
1FT6061-6AC7_
2000
3.7
1.9
3
18
1FT6061-1AF7_-3A
1FT6061-6AF7_
3000
3.5
2.6
3
19
1FT6061-6AH7_
4500
2.9
3.4
3
20
1FT6061-6AK7_
6000
2.1
3.1
3
21
1FT6062-6AC7_
2000
5.2
2.6
3
22
1FT6062-1AF7_-3A
1FT6062-6AF7_
3000
4.7
3.4
3
1FT6062-1AH7_
1FT6062-6AH7_
4500
3.6
3.9
3
24
1FT6062-6AK7_
6000
2.1
3.2
3
25
1FT6064-6AC7_
2000
8.0
3.8
3
23
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Input in
P096
8-40
Motor order number
(MPRD)
Speed
nn [rpm]
Torque
Mn [Nm]
Current
In [A]
Number
of pole
pairs
26
1FT6064-1AF7_-3A
1FT6064-6AF7_
3000
7.0
4.9
3
27
1FT6064-6AH7_
1FT6064-1AH71
4500
4.8
5.5
3
28
1FT6064-6AK7_
6000
2.1
3.5
3
29
1FT6081-8AC7_
2000
7.5
4.1
4
30
1FT6081-8AF7_
3000
6.9
5.6
4
31
1FT6081-8AH7_
4500
5.8
7.3
4
32
1FT6081-8AK7_
6000
4.6
7.7
4
33
1FT6082-8AC7_
2000
11.4
6.6
4
34
1FT6082-1AF7_-1A
1FT6082-8AF7_
3000
10.3
8.7
4
35
1FT6082-1AH7_
1FT6082-8AH7_
4500
8.5
11.0
4
36
1FT6082-8AK7_
6000
5.5
9.1
4
37
1FT6084-8AC7_
2000
16.9
8.3
4
38
1FT6084-1AF7_-1A
1FT6084-8AF7_
3000
14.7
11.0
4
39
1FT6084-8AH7_
1FT6084-1AH71
4500
10.5
12.5
4
40
1FT6084-8AK7_
1FT6084-1AK71
6000
6.5
9.2
4
41
1FT6084-8SC7_
2000
23.5
12.5
4
42
1FT6084-8SF7_
3000
22.0
17.0
4
43
1FT6084-8SH7_
4500
20.0
24.5
4
44
1FT6084-8SK7_
6000
17.0
25.5
4
45
1FT6086-8AC7_
2000
22.5
10.9
4
46
1FT6086-1AF7_-1A
1FT6086-8AF7_
3000
18.5
13.0
4
47
1FT6086-8AH7_
1FT6086-1AH71
4500
12.0
12.6
4
48
1FT6086-8SC7_
2000
33.0
17.5
4
49
1FT6086-8SF7_
3000
31.0
24.5
4
50
1FT6086-8SH7_
4500
27.0
31.5
4
51
1FT6086-8SK7_
6000
22.0
29.0
4
52
1FT6102-8AB7_
1500
24.5
8.4
4
53
1FT6102-1AC7_-1A
1FT6102-8AC7_
2000
23.0
11.0
4
54
1FT6102-8AF7_
3000
19.5
13.2
4
55
1FT6102-8AH7_
4500
12.0
12.0
4
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Parameterization
Input in
P096
Motor order number
(MPRD)
Speed
nn [rpm]
Torque
Mn [Nm]
Current
In [A]
Number
of pole
pairs
56
1FT6105-8AB7_
1500
41.0
14.5
4
57
1FT6105-1AC7_-1A
1FT6105-8AC7_
2000
38.0
17.6
4
58
1FT6105-8AF7_
3000
31.0
22.5
4
59
1FT6105-8SB7_
1500
59.0
21.7
4
60
1FT6105-8SC7_
2000
56.0
28.0
4
61
1FT6105-8SF7_
3000
50.0
35.0
4
62
1FT6108-8AB7_
1500
61.0
20.5
4
63
1FT6108-8AC7_
2000
55.0
24.5
4
64
1FT6108-8SB7_
1500
83.0
31.0
4
65
1FT6108-8SC7_
2000
80.0
40.0
4
66
1FT6132-6AB7_
1500
62.0
19.0
3
67
1FT6132-6AC7_
2000
55.0
23.0
3
68
1FT6132-6AF7_
3000
36.0
23.0
3
69
1FT6132-6SB7_
1500
102.0
36.0
3
70
1FT6132-6SC7_
2000
98.0
46.0
3
71
1FT6132-6SF7_
3000
90.0
62.0
3
72
1FT6134-6AB7_
1500
75.0
24.0
3
73
1FT6134-6AC7_
2000
65.0
27.0
3
74
1FT6134-6SB7_
1500
130.0
45.0
3
75
1FT6134-6SC7_
2000
125.0
57.0
3
76
1FT6134-6SF7_
3000
110.0
72.0
3
77
1FT6136-6AB7_
1500
88.0
27.0
3
78
1FT6136-6AC7_
2000
74.0
30.0
3
79
1FT6136-6SB7_
1500
160.0
55.0
3
80
1FT6136-6SC7_
2000
150.0
72.0
3
81
1FT6108-8SF7_
3000
70.0
53.0
4
High Dynamic
82
1FK6033-7AK71
1FK7033-7AK71
6000
0.9
1.5
3
83
1FK6043-7AK71
1FK7043-7AK71
6000
2.0
4.4
3
84
1FK6043-7AH71
1FK7043-7AH71
4500
2.6
4.0
3
85
1FK6044-7AF71
1FK7044-7AF71
3000
3.5
4.0
3
86
1FK6044-7AH71
1FK7044-7AH71
4500
3.0
4.9
3
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Input in
P096
Motor order number
(MPRD)
Speed
nn [rpm]
Torque
Mn [Nm]
Current
In [A]
Number
of pole
pairs
87
1FK6061-7AF71
1FK7061-7AF71
3000
5.4
5.3
3
88
1FK6061-7AH71
1FK7061-7AH71
4500
4.3
5.9
3
89
1FK6064-7AF71
1FK7064-7AF71
3000
8.0
7.5
3
90
1FK6064-7AH71
1FK7064-7AH71
4500
5.0
7.0
3
91
1FK6082-7AF71
1FK7082-7AF71
3000
8.0
6.7
4
92
1FK6085-7AF71
1FK7085-7AF71
3000
6.5
7.0
4
Water cooling
100
1FT6132-6WB7
1500
150.0
58.0
3
101
1FT6132-6WD7
2500
135.0
82.0
3
102
1FT6134-6WB7
1500
185.0
67.0
3
103
1FT6134-6WD7
2500
185.0
115.0
3
104
1FT6136-6WB7
1500
230.0
90.0
3
105
1FT6136-6WD7
2500
220.0
149.0
3
106
1FT6138-6WB7
1500
290.0
112.0
3
107
1FT6138-6WD7
2500
275.0
162.0
3
108
1FT6163-8WB7
1500
450.0
160.0
4
109
1FT6163-8WD7
2500
450.0
240.0
4
110
1FT6168-8WB7
1500
690.0
221.0
4
111
1FT6168-8WC7
2000
550.0
250.0
4
112 to 119 for future applications
8-42
120
1FT6062-6WF7
3000
10.1
7.5
3
121
1FT6062-6WH7
4500
10.0
11.0
3
122
1FT6062-6WK7
6000
9.8
15.2
3
123
1FT6064-6WF7
3000
16.1
11.4
3
124
1FT6064-6WH7
4500
16.0
18.5
3
125
1FT6064-6WK7
6000
15.8
27.0
3
126
1FT6082-8WC7
2000
22.1
13.6
4
127
1FT6082-8WF7
3000
21.6
19.1
4
128
1FT6082-8WH7
4500
20.8
28.4
4
129
1FT6082-8WK7
6000
20.0
32.6
4
130
1FT6084-8WF7
3000
35.0
27.0
4
131
1FT6084-8WH7
4500
35.0
39.0
4
132
1FT6084-8WK7
6000
34.0
51.0
4
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Parameterization
Input in
P096
Motor order number
(MPRD)
Speed
nn [rpm]
Torque
Mn [Nm]
Current
In [A]
Number
of pole
pairs
133
1FT6086-8WF7
3000
46.0
37.0
4
134
1FT6086-8WH7
4500
45.0
53.0
4
135
1FT6086-8WK7
6000
44.0
58.0
4
136
1FT6105-8WC7
2000
82.0
60.0
4
137
1FT6105-8WF7
3000
78.0
82.0
4
138
1FT6108-8WB7
1500
116.0
43.0
4
139
1FT6108-8WC7
2000
115.0
57.0
4
140
1FT6108-8WF7
3000
109.0
81.0
4
141 to 149 for future applications
Other types
150
1FT6108-8AF7
3000
37.0
25.0
4
151
1FT6105-8SH7
4500
40.0
41.0
4
152
1FT6136-6SF7
3000
145.0
104.0
3
153
1FT6021-6AK7
6000
0.3
1.1
3
154
1FT6024-6AK7
6000
0.5
0.9
3
155
1FT6163-8SB7
1500
385.0
136.0
4
156
1FT6163-8SD7
2500
340.0
185.0
4
157
1FT6168-8SB7
1500
540.0
174.0
4
158 to 159 for future applications
Compact
160
1FK7022-5AK71
6000
0.6
1.4
3
161
1FK7032-5AK71
6000
0.75
1.4
3
162
1FK7040-5AK71
6000
1.1
1.7
4
163
1FK7042-5AF71
3000
2.6
1.9
4
164
1FK7042-5AK71
6000
1.5
2.4
4
165
1FK7060-5AF71
3000
4.7
3.7
4
166
1FK7060-5AH71
4500
3.7
4.1
4
167
1FK7063-5AF71
3000
7.3
5.6
4
168
1FK7063-5AH71
4500
3.0
3.8
4
169
1FK7080-5AF71
3000
6.2
4.4
4
170
1FK7080-5AH71
4500
4.5
4.7
4
171
1FK7083-5AF71
3000
10.5
7.4
4
172
1FK7083-5AH71
4500
3.0
3.6
4
173
1FK7100-5AF71
3000
12.0
8.0
4
174
1FK7101-5AF71
3000
15.5
10.5
4
175
1FK7103-5AF71
3000
14.0
12.0
4
176
1FK7042-5AH71
4500
2.2
2.2
4
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Input in
P096
Motor order number
(MPRD)
Speed
nn [rpm]
Torque
Mn [Nm]
Current
In [A]
Number
of pole
pairs
177
1FK7105-5AC7
2000
37.0
16.0
4
178
1FK7105-5AF7
3000
26.0
18.0
4
2000
7.2
3.4
3
179 to 199 for future applications
Explosion-proof
200
1FS6074-6AC71
201
1FS6074-6AF71
3000
6.3
4.4
3
202
1FS6074-6AH71
4500
4.5
5.0
3
203
1FS6074-6AK71
6000
1.9
3.2
3
204
1FS6096-8AC71
2000
20.0
9.8
4
205
1FS6096-6AF71
3000
17.0
12.0
4
206
1FS6096-8AH71
4500
11.0
11.5
4
207
1FS6115-8AB73
1500
37.0
13.0
4
208
1FS6115-8AC73
2000
34.0
16.0
4
209
1FS6115-8AF73
3000
28.0
20.0
4
210
1FS6134-6AB73
1500
68.0
22.0
3
211
1FS6134-6AC73
2000
59.0
24.0
3
212
1FS6134-6AF73
3000
34.0
22.0
3
213 to
253
for future applications
Table 8-4
Motor list 1FK6 / 1FK7 / 1FT6 / 1FS6
Torque motors
1FW3
Input in
P099
8-44
Motor order
number (MPRD)
Speed
nn [rpm]
Torque
Mn [Nm]
Current
In [A]
Number
of pole
pairs
1
1FW3201-1.H
300
300
22
14
2
1FW3202-1.H
300
500
37
14
3
1FW3203-1.H
300
750
59
14
4
1FW3204-1.H
300
1000
74
14
5
1FW3206-1.H
300
1500
117
14
6
1FW3208-1.H
300
2000
152
14
7
1FW3AH150 gen.
General template for customer-specific
1FW3
7
8
1FW3AH200 gen.
General template for customer-specific
1FW3
14
9
1FW3AH280 gen.
General template for customer-specific
1FW3
17
10
1FW3281-1.G
250
2400
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Parameterization
Input in
P099
Motor order
number (MPRD)
Speed
nn [rpm]
Torque
Mn [Nm]
Current
In [A]
Number
of pole
pairs
11
1FW3283-1.G
250
3400
222
17
12
1FW3285-1.G
250
4800
306
17
13
1FW3288-1.G
250
6700
435
17
14
1FW3281-1.E
150
2500
108
17
15
1FW3283-1.E
150
3500
150
17
16
1FW3285-1.E
150
5000
207
17
17
1FW3288-1.E
150
7000
292
17
18 to 30
for future applications
31
1FW3150-1.H
300
100
7
7
32
1FW3150-1.L
500
100
11
7
33
1FW3150-1.P
800
100
17
7
34
1FW3152-1.H
300
200
14
7
35
1FW3152-1.L
500
200
22
7
36
1FW3152-1.P
800
200
32
7
37
1FW3154-1.H
300
300
20
7
38
1FW3154-1.L
500
300
32
7
39
1FW3154-1.P
800
300
47
7
40
1FW3155-1.H
300
400
28
7
41
1FW3155-1.L
500
400
43
7
42
1FW3155-1.P
800
400
64
7
43
1FW3156-1.H
300
500
34
7
44
1FW3156-1.L
500
500
53
7
45
1FW3156-1.P
800
500
76
7
46 to 60
for future applications
61
1FW3201-1.E
150
300
12
14
62
1FW3201-1.L
500
300
37
14
63
1FW3202-1.E
150
500
21
14
64
1FW3202-1.L
500
500
59
14
65
1FW3203-1.E
150
750
30
14
66
1FW3203-1.L
500
750
92
14
67
1FW3204-1.E
150
1000
40
14
68
1FW3204-1.L
500
1000
118
14
69
1FW3206-1.E
150
1500
65
14
70
1FW3206-1.L
500
1400
169
14
71
1FW3208-1.E
150
2000
84
14
72
1FW3208-1.L
500
1850
226
14
73 to 253 for future applications
Table 8-5
Motor list 1FW3
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Parameterization
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Asynchronous
motors
1PH7 / 1PL6 / 1PH4
For 1PH7, 1PH4, and 1PL6 motors, the up-to-date calculation data
have been stored in the unit. These might differ from the rating plate
slightly. Always use the data stored. The magnetization current is
determined by automatic parameterization.
NOTE
1PH7xxx is the new designation of what were formerly 1PA6xxx
motors. The 1PH7xxx and 1PA6xxx data therefore tally.
Input in
P097
Motor order
number
(MPRD)
Rated
speed
nn [rpm]
Pole pair Current
number
In [A]
Zp
Voltage
Un [V]
Torque
Mn [Nm]
Frequency
fn [Hz]
1
1PH7101-2_F
1750
2
9.7
398
23.5
60.0
2
1PH7103-2_D
1150
2
9.7
391
35.7
40.6
3
1PH7103-2_F
1750
2
12.8
398
34.1
61.0
4
1PH7103-2_G
2300
2
16.3
388
31.1
78.8
5
1PH7105-2_F
1750
2
17.2
398
43.7
60.0
6
1PH7107-2_D
1150
2
17.1
360
59.8
40.3
7
1PH7107-2_F
1750
2
21.7
381
54.6
60.3
8
1PH7131-2_F
1750
2
23.7
398
70.9
59.7
9
1PH7133-2_D
1150
2
27.5
381
112.1
39.7
10
1PH7133-2_F
1750
2
33.1
398
95.5
59.7
11
1PH7133-2_G
2300
2
42.4
398
93.4
78.0
12
1PH7135-2_F
1750
2
40.1
398
117.3
59.5
13
1PH7137-2_D
1150
2
40.6
367
161.9
39.6
14
1PH7137-2_F
1750
2
53.1
357
136.4
59.5
15
1PH7137-2_G
2300
2
54.1
398
120.4
77.8
16
1PH7163-2_B
400
2
28.2
274
226.8
14.3
17
1PH7163-2_D
1150
2
52.2
364
207.6
39.2
18
1PH7163-2_F
1750
2
69.1
364
185.5
59.2
19
1PH7163-2_G
2300
2
77.9
374
157.8
77.4
20
1PH7167-2_B
400
2
35.6
294
310.4
14.3
21
1PH7167-2_D
1150
2
66.4
357
257.4
39.1
22
1PH7167-2_F
1750
2
75.3
398
223.7
59.2
23
1PH7184-2_B
400
2
51.0
271
390
14.2
24
1PH7184-2_D
1150
2
89.0
383
366
39.2
25
1PH7184-2_F
1750
2
120.0
388
327
59.0
26
1PH7184-2_L
2900
2
158.0
395
265
97.4
27
1PH7186-2_B
400
2
67.0
268
505
14.0
28
1PH7186-2_D
1150
2
116.0
390
482
39.1
29
1PH7186-2_F
1750
2
169.0
385
465
59.0
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08.2009
Parameterization
Input in
P097
Motor order
number
(MPRD)
Rated
speed
nn [rpm]
Pole pair Current
number
In [A]
Zp
Voltage
Un [V]
Torque
Mn [Nm]
Frequency
fn [Hz]
30
1PH7186-2_L
2900
2
206.0
385
333
97.3
31
1PH7224-2_B
400
2
88.0
268
725
14.0
32
1PH7224-2_D
1150
2
160.0
385
670
38.9
33
1PH7224-2_U
1750
2
203.0
395
600
58.9
34
1PH7224-2_L
2900
2
274.0
395
490
97.3
35
1PH7226-2_B
400
2
114.0
264
935
14.0
36
1PH7226-2_D
1150
2
197.0
390
870
38.9
37
1PH7226-2_F
1750
2
254.0
395
737
58.9
38
1PH7226-2_L
2900
2
348.0
390
610
97.2
39
1PH7228-2_B
400
2
136.0
272
1145
13.9
40
1PH7228-2_D
1150
2
238.0
390
1070
38.9
41
1PH7228-2_F
1750
2
342.0
395
975
58.8
42
1PH7228-2_L
2900
2
402.0
395
708
97.2
43
1PL6184-4_B
400
2
69.0
300
585
14.4
44
1PL6184-4_D
1150
2
121.0
400
540
39.4
45
1PL6184-4_F
1750
2
166.0
400
486
59.3
46
1PL6184-4_L
2900
2
209.0
400
372
97.6
47
1PL6186-4_B
400
2
90.0
290
752
14.3
48
1PL6186-4_D
1150
2
158.0
400
706
39.4
49
1PL6186-4_F
1750
2
231.0
400
682
59.3
50
1PL6186-4_L
2900
2
280.0
390
494
97.5
51
1PL6224-4_B
400
2
117.0
300
1074
14.2
52
1PL6224-4_D
1150
2
218.0
400
997
39.1
53
1PL6224-4_F
1750
2
292.0
400
900
59.2
54
1PL6224-4_L
2900
2
365.0
400
675
97.5
55
1PL6226-4_B
400
2
145.0
305
1361
14.0
56
1PL6226-4_D
1150
2
275.0
400
1287
39.2
57
1PL6226-4_F
1750
2
350.0
400
1091
59.1
58
1PL6226-4_L
2900
2
470.0
400
889
97.4
59
1PL6228-4_B
400
2
181.0
305
1719
14.0
60
1PL6228-4_D
1150
2
334.0
400
1578
39.2
61
1PL6228-4_F
1750
2
470.0
400
1446
59.0
62
1PL6228-4_L
2900
2
530.0
400
988
97.3
63
1PH4103-4_F
1500
2
20.2
350
48
52.9
64
1PH4105-4_F
1500
2
27.3
350
70
53.1
65
1PH4107-4_F
1500
2
34.9
350
89
52.8
66
1PH4133-4_F
1500
2
34.1
350
95
51.9
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Parameterization
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Input in
P097
Motor order
number
(MPRD)
Rated
speed
nn [rpm]
Pole pair Current
number
In [A]
Zp
Voltage
Un [V]
Torque
Mn [Nm]
Frequency
fn [Hz]
67
1PH4135-4_F
1500
2
51.2
350
140
51.6
68
1PH4137-4_F
1500
2
60.5
350
172
51.6
69
1PH4163-4_F
1500
2
86.3
350
236
50.9
70
1PH4167-4_F
1500
2
103.3
350
293
51.0
71
1PH4168-4_F
1500
2
113.0
350
331
51.0
72
1PH7107-2_G
2300
2
24.8
398
50
78.6
73
1PH7167-2_G
2000
2
88.8
350
196
67.4
1150
2
478.0
400
2325
38.9
74 to 99 for future applications
100
101 to
253
1PL6284-..D.
for future applications
Table 8-6
Motor list 1PH7 / 1PL6 / 1PH4
For information about motor ratings and availability please see Catalog
DA65.3 "Synchronous and asynchronous servomotors for SIMOVERT
MASTERDRIVES".
The data stored under the motor numbers describe the design point of
the motor. In Chapter 3 "Induction servo motors" of Catalog DA65.3 two
operating points are indicated for operation with MASTERDRIVES MC.
The operating points are calculated for 400 V and 480 V AC line
voltage on the converter input side.
The data for the 480 V line voltage are stored in the control system as
the rated motor current is slightly lower for a few motors in this
operating point.
P293 "Field weakening frequency" is always decisive for the actual field
weakening operating point. The field weakening frequency P293 is
automatically calculated for a line voltage of 400 V.
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8.9
Parameterization
Motor identification
From Version V1.30 onwards, automatic motor identification is
available. In the case of Siemens motors (P095 = 1 or 2 ) the motor
type is first selected in P096 or P097. In the case of non-Siemens
motors (P095 = 3 or 4), the rating plate data and number of pole pairs
have to be entered, and then automatic paramterizing is called with
P115 = 1.
After exit from the "drive initial start-up" status with P060 = 1, P115 = 2
is set and hence motor identification is selected. The converter must
now be switched in within 30 s so that measuring can start. The alarm
A078 is set during the 30 s.
CAUTION
The motor shaft can move slightly during the measurement operation.
The motor cables are live. Voltages are present at the converter output
terminals and hence also at the motor terminals; they are therefore
hazardous to touch.
WARNING
It must be ensured that no danger for persons and equipment can
occur by energizing the power and the unit.
If measurement is not started within 30 s or if it is interrupted by an OFF
command, error F114 is set. The converter status during measurement
is "Motid-Still" (r001 = 18). Measurement is ended automatically, and
the converter reverts to the status "Ready for start-up” (r001 = 009).
In current-controlled mode (P290 = 0), automatic motor indentification
should always be performed during initial start-up.
8.10
Complete parameterization
To make full use of the complete functionality of the inverter/converter,
parameterization must be carried out in accordance with the
"Compendium". You will find the relevant instructions, function
diagrams and complete lists of parameters, binectors and connectors in
the Compendium.
Language
Compendium order number
German
6SE7080-0QX70
English
6SE7087-6QX70
French
6SE7087-7QX70
Spanish
6SE7087-8QX70
Italian
6SE7087-2QX70
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9
DANGER
Maintenance
Maintenance
SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES units are operated at high voltages.
All work carried out on or with the equipment must conform to all the
national electrical codes (BGV A3 in Germany).
Maintenance and repair work may only be carried out by properly
qualified personnel and only when the equipment is disconnected from
the power supply.
Only spare parts authorized by the manufacturer may be used.
The prescribed maintenance intervals and also the instructions for
repair and replacement must be complied with.
Hazardous voltages are still present in the drive units up to 5 minutes
after the converter has been powered down due to the DC link
capacitors. Thus, the unit or the DC link terminals must not be worked
on until at least after this delay time.
The power terminals and control terminals can still be at hazardous
voltage levels even when the motor is stationary.
9.1
Replacing the fan
A fan is mounted at the lower section of the inverter for cooling the
power section.
The fan is fed by the 24 V supply voltage and switched in and off by the
device software.
The fan is designed for a service life of L10 ≥ 35,000 hours and an
ambient temperature of Tu = 45 °C. It must be exchanged in good time
to ensure the availability of the unit.
It may be necessary to disassemble the unit for this purpose.
DANGER
To replace the fan the inverter has to be disconnected from the supply
and removed if necessary.
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Maintenance
9.1.1
08.2008
Replacing the fan in units up to 45 mm wide
Removal
♦ After removing the four cover screws and dismantling the cover (see
chapter 5.2 "Installing the optional boards"), the X20 connector
which is protected against polarity reversal can be disconnected and
the fan can be removed.
Installation
♦ Fit the fan in the reverse order, making sure that the arrow indicating
the direction of air flow points to the inside of the unit.
NOTICE
Make sure that the leads to the fan are connected the right way round.
Otherwise the fan will not operate!
9.1.2
Replacing the fan in 67 mm and 90 mm wide units
Removal
♦ After removing the two cover screws and dismantling the cover, the
X20 connector which is protected against polarity reversal can be
disconnected and the fan can be dismantled by pushing out the
internals of the insert rivets. The insert rivets can be re-used.
Installation
♦ Fit the fan in the reverse order, making sure that the arrow indicating
the direction of air flow points to the inside of the unit.
NOTICE
Make sure that the leads to the fan are connected the right way round.
Otherwise the fan will not operate!
9.1.3
Replacing the fan in units 135 mm wide
Removal
♦ You can remove the fan by undoing the four mounting screws or
sliding out the internal parts of the insert rivets. The insert rivets can
be re-used.
♦ Disconnect the leads on the fan.
Installation
♦ Fit the new fan in the reverse order.
♦ Make sure that the arrow indicating the direction of air flow points to
the inside of the unit.
NOTICE
Make sure that the leads to the fan are connected the right way round.
Otherwise the fan will not operate!
9-2
Operating Instructions
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9.1.4
Maintenance
Replacing the fan in units up to 180 mm wide
Two fans are mounted on the lower side of the inverter, an internal fan
for cooling the control electronics and a unit fan for cooling the power
section.
Internal fan
♦ Opening the unit:
• Loosen the 2 mounting screws in the front at the top of the unit.
There is no need to take the screws right out. Slots are provided
in the housing to allow the front of the unit to be released when
the screws have been loosened.
• Carefully swing the front of the unit forwards (to an angle of
about 30°) away from the housing.
• On the power section, open the locking lever on the ribbon cable
connector to the control electronics.
• Move the cover forwards and take it off.
♦ Remove the fan connection on the power section.
♦ Undo the four mounting screws or slide out the internal parts of the
insert rivets. Then remove the fan. The insert rivets can be re-used.
♦ Fit the new fan by reversing this sequence of operations. Make sure
that the arrow indicating the direction of rotation is pointing to the
inside of the unit.
Unit fan
♦ Undo the four mounting screws or slide out the internal parts of the
insert rivets. Then remove the fan. The insert rivets can be re-used.
♦ Disconnect the leads on the fan.
♦ Fit the new fan in the reverse order.
♦ Make sure that the arrow indicating the direction of air flow points to
the inside of the unit.
NOTICE
Make sure that the leads to the fan are connected the right way round.
Otherwise the fan will not operate!
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10
Forming
Forming
CAUTION
If a unit has been non-operational for more than two years, the DC link
capacitors have to be newly formed. If this is not carried out, the unit
can be damaged when the line voltage is powered up.
If the unit was started up within two years of manufacture, the DC link
capacitors do not have to be re-formed. The date of manufacture of the
unit can be read from the serial number.
How the serial
number is made up
(Example: F2UD012345)
Position
Example
Meaning
1 to 2
F2
Place of manufacture
3
X
2009
A
2010
B
2011
C
2012
D
2013
E
2014
F
2015
4
1 to 9
January to September
O
October
N
November
D
December
5 to 10
Not relevant for forming
The following applies for the above example:
Manufacture took place in December 2006.
During forming a defined voltage and a limited current are applied to
the DC link capacitors and the internal conditions necessary for the
function of the DC link capacitors are restored again.
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Forming
08.2009
3AC 400 V
L1
L2
L3
PE
1.5 mm2
Motor
connection
Disconnect
U2/T1
C / L+
V2/T2
W2/T3
D / LDC link
Inverter
PE3
Fig. 10-1
PE2
Forming circuit
Components for the
forming circuit
(suggestion)
♦ 1 fuse-switch triple 400 V / 10 A
♦ 3 incandescent lamps 230 V / 100 W
♦ Various small parts e.g. lamp holders, 1.5 mm2 cable, etc.
DANGER
The unit has hazardous voltage levels up to 5 minutes after it has been
powered down due to the DC link capacitors. The unit or the DC link
terminals must not be worked on until at least after this delay time.
Procedure
♦ Before you form the DC link capacitors the unit or the front and
middle bar of the DC link bus module have to be removed (C/L+ and
D/L-).
♦ When the unit has been removed, connect PE2 to earth. Installed
units are earthed through the bar connection PE3.
♦ The unit is not permitted to receive a switch-on command (e.g. via
the keyboard of the PMU or the terminal strip).
♦ The incandescent lamps must burn darker / extinguish during the
course of forming. If the lamps continue to burn, this indicates a fault
in the unit or in the wiring.
♦ Connect the required components in accordance with the circuit
example.
♦ Energize the forming circuit. The duration of forming is approx.
1 hour.
10-2
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11
Technical Data
Technical Data
EC Low-Voltage Directive
73/23/EEC and RL93/68/EEC
EN 50178
EC EMC Directive 89/336/EWG
EN 61800-3
EC Machinery Safety Directive
89/392/EEC
EN 60204-1
Approvals
UL:
E 145 153
CSA:
LR 21 927
cULus: E 214113 (≥ 22 kW)
Type of cooling
Air-cooled with installed fan
Permissible ambient or coolant
temperature
• During operation
•
•
During storage
During transport
0° C to +45° C ( 32° F to 113° F)
(to 50° C, see fig. “Derating curves”)
-25° C to +55° C (-13° F to 131° F)
-25° C to +70° C (-13° F to 158° F)
Installation altitude
≤ 1000 m above sea level (100 per cent loadability)
> 1000 m to 4000 m above sea level
(Loadability: see fig. “Derating curves”)
Permissible humidity rating
Relative air humidity
Environmental conditions
to DIN IEC 721-3-3
Climate:
3K3
Chemically active substances: 3C1
Pollution degree
Pollution degree 2 to IEC 664-1 (DIN VDE 0110, Part 1),
Moisture condensation during operation is not permissible
≤ 95 % during transport and storage
≤ 85 % in operation (condensation not
permissible)
Overvoltage category
Category III to IEC 664-1 (DIN VDE 0110, Part 2)
Type of protection
IP20 EN 60529
Protection class
Class 1 to EN 536 (DIN VDE 0106, Part 1)
Shock-hazard protection
EN 60204-1 and to DIN VDE 0106 Part 100 (BGV A3)
Radio interference level
• Standard
• Options
According to EN 61800-3
No radio interference suppression
Radio interference suppression filter for class A1 to EN 55011
Noise immunity
Industrial sector to EN 61800-3
Paint
Indoor duty
Miscellaneous
The devices are ground-fault protected, short-circuit-proof and idlingproof on the motor side
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Technical Data
Mechanical strength
- Vibration
During stationary duty:
const. amplitude
• deflection
• acceleration
During transport:
• deflection
• accleration
- Shocks
- Drop
08.2008
According to DIN IEC 68-2-6
0.15 mm
in frequency range 10 Hz to 58 Hz
(housing width ≤ 90 mm)
0.075 mm in frequency range 10 Hz to 58 Hz
(housing width ≥ 135 mm)
19.6 m/s² in frequency range > 58 Hz to 500 Hz
(housing width ≤ 90 mm)
9.8 m/s²
in frequency range > 58 Hz to 500 Hz
(housing width ≥ 135 mm)
3.5 mm in frequency range 5 Hz to 9 Hz
9.8 m/s² in frequency range > 9 Hz to 500 Hz
According to DIN IEC 68-2-27 / 08.89
30 g, 16 ms half-sine shock
According to DIN IEC 68-2-31 / 04.84
onto a surface and onto an edge
Table 11-1
11-2
General data
Operating Instructions
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Technical Data
Derating curves
Permissible rated input voltage in %
according to VDE 0110 / IEC 664-1
(not required by UL / CSA)
100
75
50
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
Height above sea level in m
Permissible rated current in %
100
Height
[m]
Derating
factor K1
1000
1.0
2000
0.9
3000
0.845
4000
0.8
100
Temp
[°C]
Derating
factor K2
75
50
0.879
45
1.0
50
40
1.125
35
1.25 *
30
1.375 *
25
1.5 *
90
80
70
60
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
Height above sea level in m
Permissible rated current in %
25
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
Coolant temperature in °C
*See note
below
Derating for units of ≥ 22 kW
Permissible rated current in %
100
Pulse
Derating
frequency factor K
3
kHz
75
50
0
2
Fig. 11-1
4
6
6
1.00
7
0.95
8
0.90
9
0.85
10
0.80
8 10 12 14 16 18
Pulse frequency
Derating curves
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Technical Data
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The derating of the permissible rated current for installation altitudes of
over 1000 m and at ambient temperatures below 45 °C is calculated as
follows:
Total derating = Deratingaltitude x Deratingambient temperature
K = K1 x K2
NOTE
It must be borne in mind that total derating must not be greater than 1!
Example:
Altitude: 3000 m
K1 = 0.845
Ambient temperature: 35 °C
K2 = 1.125
→ Total derating = 0.845 x 1.125 = 0.95
Rating plate
Unit designation
List of unit options
Year of manufacture
Month of manufacture
Fig. 11-2
Date of manufacture
The date of manufacture can be derived as follows:
Character
Year of manufacture
Character
Month of manufacture
U
2006
1 to 9
January to September
V
2007
O
October
W
2008
N
November
X
2009
D
December
Table 11-2
11-4
Example of rating plate (applies only <22 kW)
Assignment of characters to the month and year of manufacture
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Technical Data
Option codes
Option
Meaning
Option
SBP: Pulse encoder evaluation
C11
C12
C13
Slot A
Slot B
Slot C
Slot C
SBR2: Resolver evaluation with
pulse encoder simulation
C33
Slot C
SBM2: Encoder and absolute
encoder evaluation
C41
C42
C43
CBC: CAN bus
G21
G22
G23
Slot A
Slot B
Slot C
EB1: Expansion Board 1
G61
G62
G63
Slot A
Slot B
Slot C
G71
G72
G73
Slot A
Slot B
Slot C
Table 11-3
Slot A
Slot B
Slot C
EB2: Expansion Board 2
Slot A
Slot B
Slot C
SLB: SIMOLINK
G41
G42
G43
CBP2: PROFIBUS (sync freq possible)
G91
G92
G93
SBR1: Resolver evaluation
without pulse encoder simulation
C23
Meaning
Slot A
Slot B
Slot C
K80
“Safe STOP” option
F01
Technology software
Meaning of the option codes
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Technical Data
08.2008
Designation
Order No.
6SE70...
Rated voltage
[V]
• Input
• Output
Rated frequency
[Hz]
• Input
• Output
Rated current
[A]
• Input
• Output
Motor rated power
[kW]
Auxiliary power supply
[V]
Max. aux. current requirement [A]
• Standard version at 20 V
• Maximum version at 20 V
Pulse frequency fp
[kHz]
12-0TP 0
14-0TP 0
Value
16-0TP 0
21-0TP 0
21-3TP 0
DC 510 (- 15 %) to 650 (+ 10 %)
3 AC 0 up to rated input voltage x 0.64
--0 ... 400
2.5
2.0
0.75
5.0
4.0
1.5
7.5
6.1
2.2
DC 24 (20 - 30)
12.5
10.2
4.0
15.7
13.2
5.5
0.8
1.5
2.5 to 10.0
Pulse frequencies <5 kHz and >8 kHz are available only with
Performance II units (60SE70_ _-_TP70)
Load class II to EN 60 146-1-1
Base load current
[A]
0.91 x rated output current
Overload cycle time
[s]
300
Overload current *)
[A]
1.6 x rated output current
Overload duration
[s]
30
Extra short-time loading
Short-time current (fp = 5 kHz) [A]
3 x rated output current
Short-time current (fp = 10 kHz)[A]
2.1 x rated output current
Short-time cycle
[s]
1
Short-time duration
[ms]
250
Loses, cooling
Efficiency η (rated operation)
Power loss (fp = 10 kHz)
[kW]
0.066
0.086
0.116
0.156
Cooling air requirement
[m³/s]
0.002
0.009
0.009
0.018
Pressure drop ∆p
[Pa]
10
20
20
15
Sound pressure levels, types of construction, dimensions, weights
Sound pressure level
[dB(A)]
35
40
40
37
Dimensions
[mm]
• Width
45
67.5
67.5
90
• Height
360
360
360
360
• Depth
260
260
260
260
Weight approx.
[kg]
3
4
4
5
0.240
0.018
15
37
135
360
260
9.1
= 5 corresponds to MASTERDRIVES Motion Control
= 7 corresponds to MASTERDRIVES Motion Control Performance 2
*) With a 1.6-fold overload in field weakening, the torque quality is reduced
due to a ripple of 300 Hz.
Table 11-4
11-6
Technical data of inverter (Part 1)
Operating Instructions
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Technical Data
Designation
Order No.
6SE70...
Rated voltage
[V]
• Input
• Output
Rated frequency
[Hz]
• Input
• Output
Rated current
[A]
• Input
• Output
Motor rated power
[kW]
Auxiliary power supply
[V]
Max. aux. current requirement [A]
• Standard version at 20 V
• Maximum version at 20 V
Pulse frequency fp
[kHz]
21-8TP 0
22-6TP 0
Value
23-4TP 0
23-8TP 0
DC 510 (- 15 %) to 650 (+ 10 %)
3 AC 0 up to rated input voltage x 0.64
--0 ... 400
20.8
17.5
7.5
30.4
25.5
11.0
40.5
34.0
15.0
DC 24 (20 - 30)
0.8
2.1
44.6
37.5
18.5
1.1
2.7
2.5 to 10.0
Pulse frequencies <5 kHz and >8 kHz are available only with
Performance II units (60SE70_ _-_TP70)
Load class II to EN 60 146-1-1
Base load current
[A]
0.91 x rated output current
Overload cycle time
[s]
300
Overload current *)
[A]
1.6 x rated output current
Overload duration
[s]
30
Extra short-time loading
Short-time current (fp = 5 kHz) [A]
3 x rated output current
Short-time current (fp = 10 kHz)[A]
2.1 x rated output current
Short-time cycle
[s]
1
Short-time duration
[ms]
250
Loses, cooling
Efficiency η (rated operation)
Power loss (fp = 10 kHz)
[kW]
0.300
0.410
0.550
0.660
Cooling air requirement
[m³/s]
0.041
0.041
0.061
0.061
Pressure drop ∆p
[Pa]
30
30
30
30
Sound pressure levels, types of construction, dimensions, weights
Sound pressure level
[dB(A)]
48
48
59
59
Dimensions
[mm]
• Width
135
135
180
180
• Height
360
360
360
360
• Depth
260
260
260
260
Weight approx.
[kg]
9.2
9.3
13.8
14.0
= 5 corresponds to MASTERDRIVES Motion Control
= 7 corresponds to MASTERDRIVES Motion Control Performance 2
*) With a 1.6-fold overload in field weakening, the torque quality is reduced
due to a ripple of 300 Hz.
Table 11-5
Technical data of inverter (part 2)
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Technical Data
08.2008
Designation
Order No.
6SE70...
Rated voltage
[V]
• Input
• Output
Rated frequency
[Hz]
• Input
• Output
Rated current
[A]
• Input
• Output
Motor rated power
[kW]
Auxiliary power supply
[V]
Max. aux. current requirement [A]
• Standard version at 20 V
• Maximum version at 20 V
Pulse frequency fp
[kHz]
24-7TP 0
26-0TP 0
Value
27-2TP 0
DC 510 (- 15 %) to 650 (+ 10 %)
3 AC 0 up to rated input voltage x 0.64
--0 ... 400
55.9
47.0
22.0
70.2
59.0
30.0
85.7
72.0
37.0
DC 24 (20 - 30)
1.3
1.8
1.7
2.1
2.5 to 10 kHz (see fig. "Derating curves")
Pulse frequencies <5 kHz and >8 kHz are available only with
Performance II units (60SE70_ _-_TP70)
Load class II to EN 60 146-1-1
Base load current
[A]
0.91 x rated output current
Overload cycle time
[s]
300
Overload current *)
[A]
1.6 x rated output current
Overload duration
[s]
30
Loses, cooling
Efficiency η (rated operation)
Power loss (fp = 6 kHz)
[kW]
0.58
0.65
0.85
Cooling air requirement
[m³/s]
0.041
0.061
0.061
Pressure drop ∆p
[Pa]
30
30
30
Sound pressure levels, types of construction, dimensions, weights
Sound pressure level
[dB(A)]
48
59
59
Dimensions
[mm]
• Width
180
180
180
• Height
360
360
360
• Depth
260
260
260
Weight approx.
[kg]
14.1
14.5
14.7
= 5 corresponds to MASTERDRIVES Motion Control
= 7 corresponds to MASTERDRIVES Motion Control Performance 2
*) With a 1.6-fold overload in field weakening, the torque quality is reduced
due to a ripple of 300 Hz.
Table 11-6
11-8
Technical data of inverter (part 3)
Operating Instructions
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Faults and Alarms
12
Faults and Alarms
12.1
Faults
General information regarding faults
For each fault, the following information is available:
Parameter
r947
Fault number
r949
Fault value
r951
Fault list
P952
Number of faults
r782
Fault time
If a fault message is not reset before the electronic supply voltage is
switched off, then the fault message will be present again when the
electronic supply is switched on again. The unit cannot be operated
without resetting the fault message.
Number / Fault
F001
Main contactor
checkback
F002
Pre-charging fault
F006
DC link overvoltage
F008
Cause
The monitoring time of the main contactor
checkback (P600) has expired.
Counter-measure
- Check main contactor checkback
- Clear main contactor checkback (P591.B = 0)
- Increase monitoring time (P600)
The monitoring time of pre-charging has
expired, i.e. the DC link voltage has not
reached the setpoint within 3 secs.
Due to excessive DC link voltage, shutdown
has occurred. The rated value of the shutdown
threshold is 819 V. Due to component
tolerances shutdown can take place in the
range from 803 V to 835 V.
- Check voltage connection (AC or DC)
- Unit-dependent: Check fuses
- Compare value in P070 and unit MLFB
Check the line voltage (AC-AC) or the input
direct voltage (DC-AC). Compare value with
P071 (Line Volts)
In the fault value the DC link voltage upon
occurence of the fault is indicated
(normalization 0x7FFF corresponds to 1000V)
The lower limit value of 76% of the DC link
voltage has been fallen short of.
DC link undervoltage
In the fault value the DC link voltage upon
occurence of the fault is indicated
(normalization 0x7FFF corresponds to 1000V)
F011
Overcurrent shutdown has occurred.
The shutdown threshold has been exceeded.
- Check the line voltage (AC-AC) or the input
direct voltage (DC-AC). Compare value with
P071 (Line Volts)
- Check input rectifier (AC-AC)
- Check DC link
- Check the converter output for short-circuit or
earth fault
Overcurrent
not Compact PLUS
The phase in which an overcurrent has
occurred is indicated in a bit-coded manner in
the fault value (see P949).
Phase U --> Bit 0 = 1--> fault value = 1
Phase V --> Bit 1 = 1--> fault value = 2
Phase W--> Bit 2 = 1--> fault value = 4
- Check the load for an overload condition
- Check whether motor and converter are
correctly matched
- Check whether the dynamic requirements
are too high
If an overcurrent occurs simultaneously in
several phases, the total of the fault values of
the phases concerned is the resulting fault
value.
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Faults and Alarms
Number / Fault
F015
06.2006
Cause
Motor is blocked/overloaded (current control),
or has stalled (v/f characteristic):
Motor blocked
Static load is too high
The fault is not generated until after the time
entered in P805.
Binector B0156 is set, in status word 2 r553
Bit 28.
Whether the drive is blocked or not can be
detected at P792 (Perm Deviation) and P794.
P806 enables detection to be limited to "at
standstill" (P806 = 1, only for current control)
or to be completely de-activated (P806 = 2).
In the case of current control, the precondition
for this fault is that the torque limits (B0234)
have been reached.
Counter-measure
- Reduce the load
- Release the brake
- Increase current limits
- Increase P805 Blocking Time
- Increase the response threshold for the
permissible deviation P792
- Increase torque limits or torque setpoint
- Check connection of motor phases including
correct phase assignment/sequence
v/f characteristic only:
- Reduce rate of acceleration
- Check characteristic setting.
In the case of slave drive, detection is deactivated.
F017
SAFE STOP
Compact PLUS only
F020
Excess temperature of
motor
F021
In the case of v/f control, the I(max) controller
must be active.
SAFE STOP operating or failure of the 24 V
power supply during operation (only for
Compact PLUS units)
The motor temperature limit value has been
exceeded.
- Temperature threshold adjustable in P381!
- P131 = 0 -> fault de-activated
r949 = 1 Motor temperature limit value
exceeded
- Check the motor (load, ventilation etc.)
r949 = 2 Short-circuit in the motor temperature
sensor cable or sensor defective
- The current motor temperature can be read
in r009 (Motor Temperat.)
r949 = 4 Wire break of motor temperature
sensor cable or sensor defective
Parameterized limit value of the I2t monitoring
for the motor (P384.002) has been exceeded
- Check the sensor for cable break, shortcircuit
Check: Thermal time constant of motor P383
Mot ThermT-Const or motor I2t load limit
P384.002.
The I2t monitoring for the motor is
automatically activated if P383 >=100s
(=factory setting) and P381 > 220°C is set.
Monitoring can be switched off by setting a
value <100s in P383.
- Measure the air intake and ambient
temperature
(Observe minimum and maximum ambient
temperature from 0°C to 45°C!)
Motor I2t
F023
Jumper applied for SAFE STOP?
SAFE STOP checkback connected?
On Compact PLUS units: check 24 V supply
The limit value of the inverter temperature has
been exceeded
Excess temperature of
inverter
- Observe the derating curves at theta > 45 °C
(Compact PLUS) or 40 °C
- Check whether the fan is running
- Check that the air entry and discharge
openings are not restricted
F025
For Compact PLUS units: UCE upper switch
UCE upper switch/UCE For chassis type units: UCE Phase L1
Phase L1
12-2
- In the case of units >= 22 kW
acknowledgement is only possible after 1
minute
- Check the converter outputs for earth fault
- Check the switch for "SAFE STOP" on
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Number / Fault
F026
UCE lower switch/UCE
Phase L2
F027
Pulse resistor fault /
UCE Phase L3
F029
Faults and Alarms
Cause
For Compact PLUS units:
UCE lower switch
For Compact and chassis type units: UCE
Phase L2
For Compact PLUS AC/AC units: Pulse
resistance fault
For chassis type units: UCE Phase L3
A fault has occurred in the measured value
sensing system:
Meas. value sensing
Compact PLUS only
Counter-measure
- Check the converter outputs for earth fault
- Check the switch for "SAFE STOP" on
Compact units
- Check the converter outputs for earth fault
- Check the switch for "SAFE STOP" on
Compact DC/DC units and chassis units with
the option "SAFE STOP"
Fault in measured value sensing
Fault in power section (valve cannot block)
- (r949 = 1) Offset adjustment in phase L1 not
possible
Fault on CU
- (r949 = 2) Offset adjustment in phase L3 not
possible.
- (r949 = 3) Offset adjustment in phases L1
and L3 not possible.
F035
- (r949=65) Autom. Adjustment of the analog
inputs is not possible
Parameterizable external fault input 1 has
been activated.
External fault 1
F036
- Check whether the cable to the
corresponding digital output is interrupted
Parameterizable external fault input 2 has
been activated.
External fault 2
F038
Voltage OFF during
parameter storage
F040
Internal fault of
sequence control
F041
EEPROM fault
F042
- Check whether there is an external fault
- P575 (Src No ExtFault1)
- Check whether there is an external fault
- Check whether the cable to the
corresponding digital output is interrupted
A voltage failure has occurred during a
parameter task.
- P576 (Src No ExtFault2)
Re-enter the parameter. The number of the
parameter concerned is indicated in fault value
r949.
Incorrect operating status
Replace the control board (CUMC) or the unit
(Compact PUS).
A fault has occurred during the storage of
values in the EEPROM.
Replace the control board (CUMC) or the unit
(Compact PLUS)
The available calculating time of the time slot
has been exceeded.
- Reduce pulse frequency
Time slot overflow
At least 10 failures of time slots T2, T3, T4 or
T5 (see also parameter r829.2 to r829.5)
- Calculate individual blocks in a slower
sampling time
- The technology functions Synchronization
(U953.33) and Positioning (U953.32) must not
be enabled at the same time.
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Faults and Alarms
Number / Fault
F043
06.2006
Cause
The link to the internal signal processor is
interrupted
DSP link
Counter-measure
- Reduce pulse frequency (perhaps caused by
calculating time overflow)
- If fault re-occurs, replace the board/unit
The pulse frequency P340 should not be
adjusted to values larger than 7.5 kHz (for
60MHz - DSP) or 6 kHz (for 40MHz - DSP). If
higher values are set, indices 12 to 19 have to
be checked on visualization parameter r829.
The indicated free calculating time of the DSP
time slots always have to be greater than zero.
If the calculating time is exceeded, this is also
displayed by fault F043 (DSP coupling).
F044
A fault has occurred in the softwiring of
binectors and connectors
BICO manager fault
Remedy: Reduce pulse frequency (P340)
Fault value r949:
>1000: Fault during connector softwiring
>2000: Fault during binector softwiring
- Voltage OFF and ON
- Factory setting and new parameterization
- Exchange the board
1028:Link memory is full. The link area
between the two processors is full. No further
connectors can be transferred.
F045
A hardware fault has occurred during access
to an optional board.
HW fault on optional
boards
- Reduction of the linked connections between
the two processors. Interface between the two
processors is position control/setpoint
conditioning i.e.softwires from and to the
setpoint conditioning, position controller,
speed controller, torque interface and current
controller which are not necessary should be
dissolved to reduce the link (value 0).
- Replace CU board (Compact, chassis units)
- Replace the unit (Compact PLUS)
- Check the connection betewen the subrack
and the optional boards
F046
A fault has occurred during the transfer of
parameters to the DSP.
- Replace optional boards.
If fault re-occurs, replace the board/unit
Parameter coupling
fault
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Number / Fault
F051
Encoder fault
Faults and Alarms
Cause
- Signal amplitude of resolver or encoder is
below the tolerance threshold
- Power supply faults in the case of encoders
and multiturn encoders
- In the case of multiturn encoders
(SSI/Endat), connection fault of the serial
protocol
Counter-measure
Fault value r949:
10th and 1st position:
9 = Resolver signal missing (sin/cos track)
20 = Position error: Alarm A18 was generated
during the change to the "operation" state.
(For remedial action see 29)
21 = A/B track undervoltage:
Root(A^2+B^2)<0.01V (For remedial action
see 29)
22 = A/B track overvoltage:
Root(A^2+B^2)>1.45V (For remedial action
see 29)
25 = Encoder initial position not recognized
(C/D track missing)
- Check encoder cable (faulty / interrupted)?
- Correct encoder type parameterized?
- Is the correct cable used for encoder or
multiturn encoder? Encoders and multiturn
encoders need different cables!
- Encoder faulty?
26 = Encoder zero pulse outside the permitted
range
27 = No encoder zero pulse has occurred
28 = Encoder/multiturn
Voltage supply Encoder fault
- Short-circuit in encoder connection?
- Encoder faulty?
- Encoder incorrectly connected up?
!!!Power off/on or in drive settings and back to
new initialization of the starting position!!!
29 = A/B track undervoltage: In the zero
passage of one track the amount of the other
track was less than 0.025 V
- Check encoder cable (faulty/torn off)?
- Is shield of encoder cable connected ?
- Encoder faulty?
- Replace SBR/SBM
- Replace unit or basic board
- Is the correct cable being used in each case
for the encoder/multiturn encoder?`Encoders
and multiturn encoders require different
encoder cables!
!!!Power off/on or in drive settings and back to
new initialization of the starting position!!!
Multiturn (SSI/EnDat):
30: Protocol fault CRC/Parity Check (EnDat)
31: Timeout Protocol (EnDat)
32: No-load level error, data line (SSI/EnDat)
33: Initialization of timeout
- Check parameterization (P149)
- Check encoder cable (faulty / torn off?
- Encoder cable shield connected ?
- Encoder faulty?
- Replace SBR/SBM
- Replace unit or basic board
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Faults and Alarms
Number / Fault
06.2006
Cause
Counter-measure
34: Address wrong (only EnDat)
- Writing or reading of parameters not
successful, check address and MRS code
(P149)
35: The difference between the serial protocol
and the pulse counter is greater than 0xFFFF
(2^16).
A possible fault may be a jump in the serial
protocol. The fault can only be generated if an
absolute encoder with incremental tracks
(P149.01/.06 = X1XX) and multiturn portion is
concerned. (EnDat)
40: Alarm, lighting, EnDat encoder
41: Alarm, signal amplitude, EnDat encoder
42: Alarm. position value, EnDat encoder
43: Alarm, overvoltage, EnDat encoder
44: Alarm, undervoltage, EnDat encoder
45: Alarm, overcurrent, EnDat encoder
46: Alarm, battery failure, EnDat encoder
49: Alarm, check sum error, EnDat encoder
60: SSI protocol faulty (see P143)
100th position:
0xx: Motor encoder faulty
1xx: External encoder faulty
F054
A fault has occurred during initialization of the
encoder board.
Encoder board
initialization fault
1000th position: (from V1.50)
1xxx: Frequency exceeded, EnDat encoder
2xxx: Temperature, EnDat encoder
3xxx: Control reserve, light, EnDat encoder
4xxx: Battery charge, EnDat encoder
5xxx: Home point not reached
Fault value r949:
1: Board code is incorrect
2: TSY not compatible
3: SBP not compatible
4: SBR not compatible
5: SBM not compatible (from V2.0 only the
SBM2 board is supported; see also r826
function diagram 517)
6: SBM initialization timeout
7: Board double
20: TSY board double
21: SBR board double
23: SBM board three-fold
24: SBP board three-fold
30: SBR board slot incorrect
31: SBM board slot incorrect
32: SBP board slot incorrect
40: SBR board not present
41: SBM board not present
42: SBP board not present
50: Three encoder boards or
two encoder boards, none of them on
Slot C
F056
SIMOLINK telegram
failure
Communication on the SIMOLINK ring is
disturbed.
60: internal fault
- Check the fiber-optic cable ring
- Check whether an SLB in the ring is without
voltage
- Check whether an SLB in the ring is faulty
- Check P741 (SLB TlgOFF)
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Number / Fault
F058
Parameter fault
Parameter task
F059
Faults and Alarms
Cause
Counter-measure
A fault has occurred during the processing of a No remedy
parameter task.
A fault has occurred in the initialization phase
during the calculation of a parameter.
Parameter fault after
factory setting/init.
F060
Is set if parameter P070 is at zero when
INITIAL LOADING is exited.
MLFB is missing during
initial loading
F061
A parameter which has been entered during
drive setting is in the non-permissible range.
Incorrect
parameterization
F063
PIN is missing
F065
SCom telegram failure
The synchronization or positioning technology
functions have been activated without an
authorization being present (PIN)
No telegram has been received at an SCom
interface (SCom/USS protocol) within the
telegram failure time.
The number of the inconsistent parameter is
indicated in fault value r949. Correct this
parameter (ALL indices) and switch voltage off
and on again. Several parameters may be
affected, i.e. repeat process.
Enter correct MLFB after acknowledging the
fault (power section, initial loading)
The number of the inconsistent parameter is
indicated in fault value r949 (e.g. motor
enocder = pulse encoder in the case of
brushless DC motors) -> correct this
parameter.
- Deactivate synchronization or positioning
- Enter the PIN (U2977)
If technology functions are inserted in the time
slots without enabling the technology function
through the PIN, the message F063 is
generated. This fault can only be cleared by
putting in the correct PIN at U977.01 and
U977.02 and switching the power off and on
again, or by disabling the technology functions
(put U953.32 = 20 and U053.33 = 20).
Fault value r949:
1 = Interface 1 (SCom1)
2 = Interface 2 (SCom2)
Check the connection of PMU -X300 or X103 /
27,28 (Compact, chassis unit)
Check the connection of X103 or X100 / 35,36
(Compact PLUS unit)
F070
A fault has occurred during initialization of the
SCB board.
SCB initialization fault
F072
A fault has occurred during initialization of the
EB board.
EB initialization fault
F073
4 mA at analog input 1, slave 1 fallen short of
Check "SCom/SCB TlgOff" P704.01 (SCom1)
or P704.02 (SCom2)
Fault value r949:
1: Board code incorrect
2: SCB board not compatible
5: Error in configuration data
(Check parameterization)
6: Initialization timeout
7: SCB board double
10: Channel error
Fault value r949:
2: 1st EB1 not compatible
3: 2nd EB1 not compatible
4: 1st EB2 not compatible
5: 2nd EB2 not compatible
21: Three EB1 boards
22: Three EB2 boards
110: Fault on 1st EB1
120: Fault on 2nd EB1
210: Fault on 1st EB2
220: Fault on 2nd EB2
Check the connection of the signal source to
the SCI1 (slave 1) -X428: 4, 5.
AnInp1SL1
not Compact PLUS
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Number / Fault
F074
06.2006
Cause
4 mA at analog input 2, slave 1 fallen short of
Counter-measure
Check the connection of the signal source to
the SCI1 (slave 1) -X428: 7, 8.
4 mA at analog input 3, slave 1 fallen short of
Check the connection of the signal source to
the SCI1 (slave 1) -X428: 10, 11.
4 mA at analog input 1, slave 2 fallen short of
Check the connection of the signal source to
the SCI1 (slave 2) -X428: 4, 5.
4 mA at analog input 2, slave 2 fallen short of
Check the connection of the signal source to
the SCI1 (slave 2) -X428: 7, 8.
4 mA at analog input 3, slave 2 fallen short of
Check the connection of the signal source to
the SCI1 (slave 2) -X428: 10, 11.
No telegram has been received by the SCB
(USS, peer-to-peer, SCI) within the telegram
failure time.
- Check the connections of the SCB1(2).
AnInp2 SL1
not Compact PLUS
F075
AnInp3 SL1
not Compact PLUS
F076
AnInp1 SL2
not Compact PLUS
F077
AnInp2 SL2
not Compact PLUS
F078
AnInp3 SL2
not Compact PLUS
F079
SCB telegram failure
not Compact PLUS
F080
- Replce SCB1(2)
Fault during initialization of the board at the
DPR interface
TB/CB initialization
fault
F081
Heartbeat-counter of the optional board is no
longer being processed
OptBrdHeartbeatCounter
F082
TB/CB telegram failure
- Check P704.03"SCom/SCB Tlg OFF"
No new process data have been received by
the TB or the CB within the telegram failure
time.
- Replace CU (-A10)
Fault value r949:
1: Board code incorrect
2: TB/CB board not compatible
3: CB board not compatible
5: Error in configuration data
6: Initialization timeout
7: TB/CB board double
10: Channel error
Check the T300/CB board for correct
contacting, check the PSU power supply,
check the CU / CB / T boards and check the
CB initialization parameters:
- P918.01 CB Bus Address,
- P711.01 to P721.01 CB parameters 1 to 11
Fault value r949:
0: TB/CB heatbeat-counter
1: SCB heartbeat-counter
2: Additional CB heartbeat-counter
- Acknowledge the fault (whereby automatic
reset is carried out)
- If the fault re-occurs, replace the board
concerned (see fault value)
- Replace ADB
- Check the connection between the subrack
and the optional boards (LBA) and replace, if
necessary
Fault value r949:
1 = TB/CB
2 = additional CB
- Check the connection to TB/CB
- Check P722 (CB/TB TlgOFF)
- Replace CB or TB
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Number / Fault
F085
Faults and Alarms
Cause
A fault has occurred during initialization of the
CB board.
Add. CB initialization
fault
F087
SIMOLINK initialization
fault
F099
Friction characteristic
record
F109
Mld R(L)
F111
MId DSP
A fault has occurred during initialization of the
SLB board.
Recording of the friction characteristic was
interrupted or not done at all.
Counter-measure
Fault value r949:
1: Board code incorrect
2: TB/CB board not compatible
3: CB board not compatible
5: Error in configuration data
6: Initialization timeout
7: TB/CB board double
10: Channel error
Check the T300 / CB board for correct
contacting and check the CB initialization
parameters:
- P918.02 CB Bus Address,
- P711.02 to P721.02 CB Parameters 1 to 11
- Replace CU (-A10), or replace the unit
(Compact PLUS type)
- Replace SLB
Fault value r949 gives the cause (bit coded):
Bit
0
1
2
Meaning
Value displayed
Pos. speed limit
1
Neg. speed limit
2
Releases missing:
4
direction of rotation, inverter, controller
3
Speed controller connecting
8
4
Interrupt through cancellation of the 16
record command
5
Illegal dataset changover
32
6
Time exceeded
64
7
Measuring error
128
The rotor resistance determined during
- Repeat measurement
measurement of the direct current deviates too - Enter data manually
greatly.
A fault has occurred during the Mot Id.
- Repeat measurement
r949=1 The current does not build up when
voltage pulses are applied
r949=2 (only for P115=4) The difference
between speed setpoint and actual value is
too large during measurement
r949=3 (only for P115=4) The magnetizing
current determined is too high.
r949=121 The stator resistance P121 is not
determined correctly
- When r949=1: Check motor cables
- When r949=2: Avoid mechanical stressing of
the motor during the measurement; if the fault
occurs directly after the start of the motor
identification check the encoder and motor
cables.
- When r949=3: Check the motor rating plate
data stored (ratio Vrated / Irated does not
correspond with the measured inductance
r949=124 The rotor time constant P124 is
parameterized with the value 0 ms
F112
Mid X(L)
F114
MId OFF
r949=347 The valve voltage drop P347 is not
determined correctly
A fault has occurred during measurement of
the motor inductances or leakages.
The converter has automatically stopped the
automatic measurement due to the time limit
up to power-up having been exceeded or due
to an OFF command during the measurement,
and has reset the function selection in P115.
- Repeat measurement
Re-start with P115 function selection = 2
"Motor identification at standstill".The ON
command must be given within 20 sec. after
the alarm message A078 = standstill
measurement has appeared.
Cancel the OFF command and re-start
measurement.
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Faults and Alarms
Number / Fault
F116
06.2006
Cause
See TB documentation
Counter-measure
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
Technology board fault
not Compact PLUS
F117
Technology board fault
not Compact PLUS
F118
Technology board fault
not Compact PLUS
F119
Technology board fault
not Compact PLUS
F120
Technology board fault
not Compact PLUS
F121
Technology board fault
not Compact PLUS
F122
Technology board fault
not Compact PLUS
F123
Technology board fault
not Compact PLUS
F124
Technology board fault
not Compact PLUS
F125
Technology board fault
not Compact PLUS
F126
Technology board fault
not Compact PLUS
F127
Technology board fault
not Compact PLUS
F128
Technology board fault
not Compact PLUS
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Number / Fault
F129
Faults and Alarms
Cause
See TB documentation
Counter-measure
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
Technology board fault
not Compact PLUS
F130
Technology board fault
not Compact PLUS
F131
Technology board fault
not Compact PLUS
F132
Technology board fault
not Compact PLUS
F133
Technology board fault
not Compact PLUS
F134
Technology board fault
not Compact PLUS
F135
Technology board fault
not Compact PLUS
F136
Technology board fault
not Compact PLUS
F137
Technology board fault
not Compact PLUS
F138
Technology board fault
not Compact PLUS
F139
Technology board fault
not Compact PLUS
F140
Technology board fault
not Compact PLUS
F141
Technology board fault
not Compact PLUS
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Faults and Alarms
Number / Fault
F142
06.2006
Cause
See TB documentation
Counter-measure
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
An active signal is present at binector U061
(1).
Examine cause of fault, see function diagram
710
An active signal is present at binector U062
(1).
Examine cause of fault, see function diagram
710
An active signal is present at binector U063
(1).
Examine cause of fault, see function diagram
710
An active signal is present at binector U064
(1).
Examine cause of fault, see function diagram
710
After an appropriate number of invalid signs of
life, the sign of life monitoring block has gone
into fault status.
Check cause of fault, see function diagram
170
Technology board fault
not Compact PLUS
F143
Technology board fault
not Compact PLUS
F144
Technology board fault
not Compact PLUS
F145
Technology board fault
not Compact PLUS
F146
Technology board fault
not Compact PLUS
F147
Technology board fault
not Compact PLUS
F148
Fault 1
Function blocks
F149
Fault 2
Function blocks
F150
Fault 3
Function blocks
F151
Fault 4
Function blocks
F152
Signs of life repeatedly
invalid.
F153
Within the monitoring time of the tool interface Cyclically execute write tasks from the tool
no valid sign-of-life has been received from the interface within the monitoring time whereby
No valid sign-of-life tool tool interface.
the sign-of-life has to be increased by 1 for
interface
every write task.
F255
A fault has occurred in the EEPROM.
Switch off the unit and switch it on again. If the
fault re-occurs, replace CU (-A10), or replace
Fault in EEPROM
the unit (Compact PLUS).
Table 12-1
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12.2
Faults and Alarms
Alarms
The alarm message is periodically displayed on the PMU by A = alarm/
alarm message and a 3-digit number. An alarm cannot be
acknowledged. It is automatically deleted once the cause has been
eliminated. Several alarms can be present. The alarms are then
displayed one after the other.
When the converter is operated with the OP1S operator control panel,
the alarm is indicated in the lowest operating display line. The red LED
additionally flashes (refer to the OP1S operating instructions).
Number / Alarm
A001
Cause
The calculating time work load is too high.
Time slot overflow
a) At least 3 failures of time slots T6 or T7 (see - Calculate individual function blocks in slower
also parameter r829.6 or r829.7)
time slots (parameter U950 ff.)
A002
b) At least 3 failures of time slots T2, T3, T4 or
T5 (see also parameter r829.2 to r829.5)
Start of the SIMOLINK ring is not functioning.
SIMOLINK start alarm
A003
Drive not synchronous
A004
Although synchronization has been activated,
the drive is not synchronous.
Possible causes are:
- Poor communication connection (frequent
telegram failures)
- Slow bus cycle times (in the case of high bus
cycle times or synchronization of slow time
slots, synchronizing can last for 1-2 minutes in
the worst case).
- Incorrect wiring of the time counter (only if
P754 > P746 /T0)
Startup of the 2nd SIMOLINK ring does not
function.
Alarm startup of 2nd
SLB
A005
Couple full
A014
The closed-loop electronic system of
MASTERDRIVES MC consists of two
microprocessors. Only a limited number of
couple channels are provided for transferring
data between the two processors.
The alarm displays that all couple channels
between the two processors are busy. An
attempt has, however, been made to
interconnect another connector requireing a
couple channel.
The DC link voltage is not equal to 0 when the
simulation mode is selected (P372 = 1).
Simulation active alarm
A015
Parameterizable external alarm input 1 has
been activated.
External alarm 1
Counter-measure
- Reduce pulse frequency
- Check the fiber-optic cable ring for
interruptions
- Check whether there is an SLB without
voltage in the ring
- Check whether there is a faulty SLB in the
ring
SIMOLINK (SLB):
- Check r748 i002 and i003 = counters for
CRC faults and timeout faults
- Check the fiber-optic cable connection
- Check P751 on the dispatcher (connector
260 must be softwired); Check P753 on the
transceiver (corresponding SIMOLINK
connector K70xx must be softwired).
- Check the fiber optic cable ring for any
disconnections
- Check whether an SLB in the ring is without
voltage
- Check whether an SLB in the ring is faulty
None
- Set P372 to 0.
- Reduce DC link voltage (disconnect the
converter from the supply)
Check
- whether the cable to the corresponding
digital input has been interrupted.
- parameter P588 Src No Ext Warn1
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Faults and Alarms
Number / Alarm
A016
06.2006
Cause
Parameterizable external alarm input 2 has
been activated.
External alarm 2
A017
Safe Stop alarm active
A018
- whether the cable to the corresponding
digital input has been interrupted.
Safe Stop is detected in the READY states.
Signal amplitude
Resolver/encoder in the critical range.
Connection fault of the serial protocol on
multiturn encoders (SSI/Endat)
Encoder data serial
protocol
A020
The amplitude of an external encoder lies in
the critical range.
Encoder adjustment,
external encoder
A021
Encoder data of
external multiturn
encoder faulty
A022
- parameter P589 Src No Ext Warn2
See F017 for causes/counter-measures.
See F051 for causes/counter-measures.
Encoder adjustment
A019
Counter-measure
Check
A fault has occurred during processing of the
serial protocol to an external code rotary
encoder (SSI- or Endat-Multiturn).
The threshold for tripping an alarm has been
exceeded.
Inverter temperature
As a general rule, it is necessary to initialize
the starting position again => power OFF/ON
or switch to the drive settings and back
again!!!
If alarm A18 occurs in the"Ready" status (r001
= 009) while an encoder is in use, the
amplitude of the CD track signal is too small,
or the connection to CD_Track may be
interrupted, or an encoder without CD-Track is
in use.
In the case of an encoder without CD track,
the P130 must be correctly set.
Serial protocol is defective on multiturn
encoders. See F051 for causes/countermeasures.
As a general rule, it is necessary to initialize
the starting position again => power OFF/ON
or switch to the drive settings and back
again!!!
Cause/remedies see F051
As a general rule, it is necessary to initialize
the starting position again => power OFF/ON
or switch to the drive settings and back
again!!!
Faulty serial protocol in the case of an external
multiturn encoder. Cause/remedies see F051
As a general rule, it is necessary to initialize
the starting position again => power OFF/ON
or switch to the drive settings and back again!!
- Measure intake air and ambient temperature.
- Observe derating curves at theta > 45°C
(Compact PLUS) or 40°C derating curves
- Check whether the fan is operating
A023
Motor temperature
A025
The parameterizable threshold (P380) for
tripping an alarm has been exceeded.
If the current load state is maintained, a
thermal overload of the converter occurs.
I2t converter
- Check whether the air entry and discharge
openings are restricted.
Check the motor (load, ventilation, etc.). Read
off the current temperature in r009 Motor
Temperat.
- Reduce converter load
- Check r010 (Drive Utiliz)
The converter will lower the max. current limit
(P129).
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Number / Alarm
A028
Diagnostics counter
A029
Faults and Alarms
Cause
The position of an encoder (motor encoder or
external encoder) was incorrect for one or
more samplings. This can result from EMC
faults or a loose contact.
Counter-measure
For test purposes, fault message F51 can be
triggered with the setting P847=2 in order to
obtain more information about fault variable
r949.
When faults start to occur at a certain rate,
fault message F51 is triggered by the
corresponding fault variable.
All indices can also be monitored in r849 in
order to find out which diagnostics counter
counts the fault. If alarm A28 is hidden for this
fault, then the corresponding index in P848
can be set to 1.
Motor load cycle is exceeded!
The parameterized limit value for the I2t
monitoring of the motor has been exceeded.
I2t motor
Check the parameters:
A032
P382 Motor Cooling
P383 Mot Tmp T1
P384 Mot Load Limits
Repeat recording with lower amplitude
PRBS Overflow
A033
Overspeed
A034
Setpoint/actual value
deviation
An overflow has occurred during recording
with noise generator PRBS
The positive or negative maximum speed has
been exceeded.
Bit 8 in r552 status word 1 of the setpoint
channel. The difference between freqeuncy
setpoint/actual value is greater than the
parameterized value and the control
monitoring time has elapsed.
- Increase relevant maximum speed
- Reduce regenerative load (see FD 480)
Check
- whether an excessive torque requirement is
present
- whether the motor has been dimensioned too
small.
A036
Brake checkback
"Brake still closed"
A037
Brake checkback
"Brake still open"
A042
Motor stall/block
A049
No slave
not Compact PLUS
A050
Slave incorrect
not Compact PLUS
A051
Peer baud rate
not Compact PLUS
A052
The brake checkback indicates the "Brake still
closed" state.
Increase values P792 Perm Deviation Frq/
set/actual DevSpeed and P794 Deviation Time
Check brake checkback (see FD 470)
The brake checkback indicates the "Brake still
open" state.
Check brake checkback (see FD 470)
Motor is stalled or blocked.
Check
The alarm cannot be influenced by P805
"PullOut/BlckTime", but by P794 "Deviation
Time"
At serial I/O (SCB1 with SCI1/2), no slave is
connected or fiber-optic cable is interrupted or
slaves are without voltage.
- whether the drive is blocked
At ser. I/O the slaves required according to a
parameterized configuration are not present
(slave number or slave type): Analog inputs or
outputs or digital inputs or outputs have been
parameterized which are not physically
present.
In a peer-to-peer connection a baud rate has
been selected which is too high or too
different.
- Whether the drive has stalled
P690 SSCI AnaIn Conf
- Check slave.
- Check cable.
Check parameter P693 (analog outputs), P698
(digital outputs). Check connectors
K4101...K4103, K4201...K4203 (analog inputs)
and binectors B4100...B4115, B4120...B4135,
B4200...B4215, B4220...B4235 (digital inputs)
for connecting.
Adjust the baud rate in conjunction with the
SCB boards P701 SCom/SCB Baud Rate
In a peer-to-peer connection, a PcD length has Reduce number of words P703 SCom/SCB
been set which is too high (>5).
PcD #
Peer PcD L
not Compact PLUS
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Faults and Alarms
Number / Alarm
A053
Peer Lng f.
not Compact PLUS
A057
TB Param
not Compact PLUS
A061
Alarm 1
Function blocks
A062
Alarm 2
Function blocks
A063
Alarm 3
Function blocks
A064
Alarm 4
Function blocks
A072
Frict Char Init
A073
06.2006
Cause
Counter-measure
In a peer-to-peer connection, the pcD length of Adjust the word length for transmitter and
transmitter and receiver do not match.
receiver
P703 SCom/SCB PcD #
Occurs when a TB is logged on and present,
but parameter tasks from the PMU, SCom1 or
SCom2 have not been answered by the TB
within 6 seconds.
Replace TB configuration (software)
An active signal is present at binector U065
(1).
Check cause of alarm (see FD 710)
An active signal is present at binector U066
(1).
Check cause of alarm (see FD 710)
An active signal is present at binector U067
(1).
Check cause of alarm (see FD 710)
An active signal is present at binector U068
(1).
Check cause of alarm (see FD 710)
Automatic initiation of the friction characteristic
has been selected, but the drive has not yet
been switched on.
Energize drive.
(Drive status "Operation" 014)
Note: If the ON command is not given within
30 seconds, the automatic initiation of the
friction characteristic is stopped with fault
F099.
Automatic initiation of the friction characteristic
has been interrupted (OFF command or fault).
Rectifiy any causes of the fault.
Re-energize the drive.
Interr InitFric
A074
Incompl FricChar
A075
Ls,Rr Dev.
A078
Stands. Meas
A081
CB alarm
Note:
If the drive is not switched on again within 5
minutes, the automatic initiation of the friction
characteristic is stopped (F099).
Incomplete initiation of friction characteristic.
As there is a lack of enables or due to
limitations, complete initiation of the friction
characteristic is not possible in both directions.
The measured values of the leakage
measurement or of rotor resistance deviate
significantly.
The standstill measurement is executed when
the converter is powered up. The motor can
align itself several times in a certain direction
with this measurement.
The following description refers to the 1st
CBP. For other CBs or the TB see operating
instructions for CB board.
Grant enable for both directions of rotation.
Set the speed limitations for both directions
such that all characteristic points can be
approached.
If individual measured values significantly
deviate from the average values, they are
automatically disregarded in the calculation
(for RI) or the value of the automatic
parameterization remains (for Ls).
It is only necessary to check the results for
their plausibility in the case of drives with high
requirements on torque or speed accuracy.
If the standstill measurement can be executed
without any danger:
- Power up the converter.
New configuration necessary
The ID byte combinations which are being
sent from the DP master in the configuration
telegram are not in conformance with the
permissible ID byte combinations. (See also
Compendium, Chapter 8, Table 8.2-12).
Consequence:
No connection is made with the PROFIBUS
master.
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Number / Alarm
A082
CB alarm
A083
CB alarm
A084
CB alarm
A085
CB alarm
A086
CB alarm
Faults and Alarms
Cause
The following description refers to the 1st
CBP. For other CBs or the TB see the
operating instructions for the CB board.
No valid PPO type can be identified from the
configuration telegram of the DP master.
Consequence:
No connection is made with the PROFIBUS
master.
The following description refers to the 1st
CBP. For other CBs or the TB see the
operating instructions for the CB board.
No net data or invalid net data (e.g. complete
control word STW1=0) are being received
from the DP master.
Consequence:
The process data are not passed on to the
dual port RAM. If P722 (P695) is not equal to
zero, this will cause the fault message F082 to
be tripped.
The following description refers to the 1st
CBP. For other CBs or the TB see the
operating instructions for the CB board.
The telegram traffic between the DP master
and the CBP has been interrupted (e.g. cable
break, bus cable pulled out or DP master
powered down).
Consequence:
If P722 (P695) is not equal to zero, this will
cause the fault message F082 to be tripped.
The following description refers to the 1st
CBP. For other CBs or the TB see the
operating instructions for the CB board.
The CBP does not generate this alarm!
The following description refers to the 1st
CBP. For other CBs or the TB see the
operating instructions for the CB board.
CB alarm
Failure of the heartbeat counter on the basic
unit. The heartbeat counter on the basic unit is
no longer being incremented. The
communication between the CBP and the
basic board is disturbed.
The following description refers to the 1st
CBP. For other CBs or the TB see the
operating instructions for the CB board.
A088
Fault in the DPS manager software of the
CBP.
See user manual for CB board
A087
CB alarm
A089
CB alarm
A090
CB alarm
A091
CB alarm
A092
CB alarm
See user manual for CB board
Alarm of the 2nd CB board corresponds to
A81 of the 1st CB board
See user manual for CB board
Alarm of the 2nd CB board corresponds to
A82 of the 1st CB board
See user manual for CB board
Alarm of the 2nd CB board corresponds to
A83 of the 1st CB board
See user manual for CB board
Alarm of the 2nd CB board corresponds to
A84 of the 1st CB board
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Counter-measure
New configuration necessary.
See operating instructions of the CB board
See operating instructions of the CB board
See operating instructions of the CB board
See operating instructions of the CB board
See operating instructions of the CB board
See user manual for CB board
See user manual for CB board
See user manual for CB board
See user manual for CB board
See user manual for CB board
12-17
Faults and Alarms
Number / Alarm
A093
CB alarm
A094
CB alarm
A095
06.2006
Cause
See user manual for CB board
Alarm of the 2nd CB board corresponds to
A85 of the 1st CB board
See user manual for CB board
Alarm of the 2nd CB board corresponds to
A86 of the 1st CB board
Alarm of the 2nd CB board. Corresponds to
A87 of the 1st CB board
Counter-measure
See user manual for CB board
See user manual for CB board
See user manual for CB board
CB alarm
A096
CB alarm
A097
See operating instructions for CB board
See user manual for CB board
Alarm of the 2nd CB board corresponds to
A88 of the 1st CB board
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
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See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
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See user manual for TB board
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See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for CB board
TB alarm 1
not Compact PLUS
A098
TB alarm 1
not Compact PLUS
A099
TB alarm 1
not Compact PLUS
A100
TB alarm 1
not Compact PLUS
A101
TB alarm 1
not Compact PLUS
A102
TB alarm 1
not Compact PLUS
A103
TB alarm 1
not Compact PLUS
A104
TB alarm 1
not Compact PLUS
A105
TB alarm 1
not Compact PLUS
A106
TB alarm 1
not Compact PLUS
A107
TB alarm 1
not Compact PLUS
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Number / Alarm
A108
Faults and Alarms
Cause
See user manual for TB board
Counter-measure
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
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See user manual for TB board
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See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
TB alarm 1
not Compact PLUS
A109
TB alarm 1
not Compact PLUS
A110
TB alarm 1
not Compact PLUS
A111
TB alarm 1
not Compact PLUS
A112
TB alarm 1
not Compact PLUS
A113
TB alarm 2
not Compact PLUS
A114
TB alarm 2
not Compact PLUS
A115
TB alarm 2
not Compact PLUS
A116
TB alarm 2
not Compact PLUS
A117
TB alarm 2
not Compact PLUS
A118
TB alarm 2
not Compact PLUS
A119
TB alarm 2
not Compact PLUS
A120
TB alarm 2
not Compact PLUS
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12-19
Faults and Alarms
Number / Alarm
A121
06.2006
Cause
See user manual for TB board
Counter-measure
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
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Machine data 1 (position encoder type/axis
type) is 0 (axis does not exist).
You must assign a valid value to machine data
1 in order to operate the axis.
Effect:
Operation of the axis is inhibited and the
position controller is deactivated.
The "in operation [IOP]" checkback signal was
missing when a traversing command was
initiated. The following causes inhibit the "in
operation" checkback signal (status bit No.2,
refer to function diagram sheet 200) :
Activate control signals [OFF1], [OFF2],
[OFF3] and "enable controller" [ENC].
TB alarm 2
not Compact PLUS
A122
TB alarm 2
not Compact PLUS
A123
TB alarm 2
not Compact PLUS
A124
TB alarm 2
not Compact PLUS
A125
TB alarm 2
not Compact PLUS
A126
TB alarm 2
not Compact PLUS
A127
TB alarm 2
not Compact PLUS
A128
TB alarm 2
not Compact PLUS
A129
Axis does not exist machine data 1 = 0
A130
Operating conditions
do not exist
-Control signals [OFF1], [OFF2], [OFF3]
and/or "enable controller" [ENC] are not
activated.
-Checkback signals [OFF2] and/or [OFF3] are
not activated.
-A fault [FAULT] is active.
Effect:
The traversing command is inhibited.
12-20
-If checkback signals [OFF2] and/or [OFF3]
are missing, check the supply of control word
1 (MASTERDRIVES function diagram, sheet
180).
-Analyze the queued fault number
[FAULT_NO], remedy the fault, and then
cancel the fault using the acknowledge fault
[ACK_F] control signal.
Note:
To activate the "in operation" [IOP] status
again, you must deactivate [OFF1] and then
activate it again.
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Number / Alarm
A131
OFF1 missing
A132
Faults and Alarms
Cause
Control signal [OFF1] was deactivated while a
traversing command was being executed.
Effect:
The drive is brought to a standstill via a ramp
(P464 Deceleration Time). There is a
subsequent pulse disable. This also valid if
P443 =0 (function diagramm 310) and the
ramp generator bypass (function diagramm
320) is used.
-Control signal [OFF2] was deactivated while a
traversing command was being executed.
Counter-measure
Check the activation of control signal [OFF1]
from the user program.
-Checkback signal [OFF2] was deactivated
while a traversing command was being
executed.
-If checkback signal [OFF2] is missing, check
the supply of control word 1 (MASTERDRIVES
function diagram, sheet 180).
-Check the activation of control signal [OFF2]
from the user program.
OFF2 missing
Effect:
The pulse disable is initiated immediately. If
the motor is not braked, it coasts down.
A133
Note:
To activate the "in operation" [IOP] status
again, you must deactivate [OFF1] and then
activate it again.
-Control signal [OFF3] was deactivated while a -Check the activation of control signal [OFF3]
traversing command was being executed.
from the user program.
OFF3 missing
A134
Enable Controller ENC
missing
A135
Actual position value
not o.k
A136
Machine data 1
changed - RESET
necessary
A137
Axis assignment
incorrect
-Checkback signal [OFF3] was deactivated
while a traversing command was being
executed.
-If checkback signal [OFF3] is missing, check
the supply of control word 1 (MASTERDRIVES
function diagram, sheet 180).
Effect:
The motor decelerates at the current limit.
There is a subsequent pulse disable.
Note:
To activate the "in operation" [IOP] status
again, you must deactivate [OFF1] and then
activate it again.
Check the activation of the "enable controller"
[ENC] control signal from the user program.
The "enable controller" [ENC] control signal
was deactivated while a traversing command
was being executed (control bit No.3 "Inverter
Enable", refer to function diagram, sheet 180)
Effect:
The pulse disable is initiated immediately. If
the motor is not braked, it coasts down.
Actual position value not o.k. from position
sensing (B0070 / B0071)
Machine data 1 (position encoder type/axis
type) was changed.
Effect:
The activation of traversing commands is
inhibited.
The same axis assignment (machine data 2)
was entered for several axes (M7 only, not
significant for the F01 technology option).
-Check interconnection of B0070 and B0071,
-check position encoder and evaluation board,
-check encoder cable.
If machine data 1 has been changed, the
"reset technology" [RST] control signal must
be activated. Alternatively switch the
MASTERDIVES electronic power supply off
and on again
A unique axis assignment must be entered for
all axes on an M7-FM. For example, it is not
allowed to define two X axes.
Effect:
The activation of traversing commands is
inhibited.
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Faults and Alarms
Number / Alarm
A138
Axis assignment of roll
feed incorrect
06.2006
Cause
The NC block contains an axis number which
is defined as a roll feed axis but the axis type
is defined as an incremental or absolute
position encoder (machine data 1 = 1 or 2).
(M7 only, not significant for the F01 technology
option) .
Counter-measure
-Axis type 1 or 2:The block is not allowed to
contain an axis number which is defined as a
roll feed (M7 only).
-Axis type 3:The axis number of the roll feed
must be specified in every NC block.
The NC block for a roll feed axis type
(machine data 1 = 3) contains:
-No axis number (X, Y, Z...)
-An incorrect axis number
A139
Incorrect
parameterization
PosTrack MotorEnc
A140
Following error in
standstill
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited or aborted.
Alarm is tripped only for rotary axis of motor
encoder. The bit width of the product of the
gear denominator (U810.2 * P116.2) must not
be greater than the difference of the 32 bit
data width of the flipflop and the multiturn
resolution of the encoder. Example: Torque
motor with EQN1325
MT: Multiturn resolution = 12
P116: 2/7
U810.2max = 2^(32 - MT)/P116.2
U810.2max = 149796
The following error limit for standstill was
exceeded at standstill:
In accordance with the adjacent formula
reduce the gear denominator of P116 and/or
U810 respectively.
-Check and correct the machine data.
-Optimize the speed/current controller,
-Following error monitoring - at standstill
(machine data 14) was entered incorrectly.
-Rectify mechanical problem.
-The value entered for "in position - exact stop
window" (machine data 17) is greater than the
value in "following error monitoring - at
standstill" (machine data 14).
-The axis was pushed out of position
mechanically.
A141
Following error in
motion
Effect:
The position control system is deactivated and
the axis decelerates via "deceleration time
during errors" (machine data 43).
The following error limit for motion was
exceeded during a traversing movement:
-Check and correct the machine data.
-Following error monitoring - in motion
(machine data 15) was entered incorrectly.
-Check the actual position value (speedcontrolled operation); check position encoder,
evaluator module and encoder lead.
-The mechanical system cannot follow the
commands of the position controller.
-Optimize the position controller or the speed
controller.
-Actual position value invalid
-Check the mechanical system.
-Incorrect optimization of the position controller
or speed controller.
-The mechanical system is sluggish or
blocked.
Effect:
The position control system is deactivated and
the drive decelerates via "deceleration time
during faults" (machine data 43).
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Number / Alarm
A142
In position - timer
monitoring
Faults and Alarms
Cause
Counter-measure
The "in position - exact stop window" was not
-Check and correct the machine data.
reached within the time specified in "in position
- timer monitoring":
-Optimize the position controller or speed
controller.
-In position - exact stop window (machine data
17) too small
-Check the mechanical system.
-In position - timer monitoring (machine data
16) too short
-Position controller or speed controller not
optimized
-Mechanical causes
A145
Actual-value disable
not allowed - axis
standstill
A146
Direction of movement
not allowed
Effect:
The position control system is deactivated.
The "digital input" with the "disable actual
value" function was actuated while the roll
feed was running.
Effect:
The axis movement is stopped via the
deceleration ramp, the "disable actual value"
function is not executed.
A positioning movement was aborted. When
attempting to resume the movement at the
point of interruption, the roll feed would have
had to travel in the opposite direction to reach
the programmed target position. This is
inhibited by the setting of machine data 37
"response after abort".
The "digital input" for "disable actual value"
can only be actuated when the axis is
stationary.
Move the axis in front of the target position in
setup mode before continuing.
There are various possible reasons for the
axis crossing the target position when a
positioning movement is aborted:
-Motor coastdown
-The axis was moved intentionally, e.g. in
setup mode.
Deceleration = 0
Effect:
The axis movement is inhibited.
The current deceleration value is 0, e.g.
because of a RAM storage error or an error in
the technology firmware.
A149
Effect:
The position control system is deactivated and
the drive is decelerated via the "deceleration
time during errors" (machine data 43).
Internal error in the technology software.
A148
Distance to go negative Effect:
The position control system is deactivated and
the drive is decelerated via the "deceleration
time during errors" (machine data 43).
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This fault should not normally occur. It is used
as an emergency stop feature for the
technology software.
Replace the hardware (M7; MCT).
This fault should not normally occur. It is used
as an emergency stop feature for the
technology software.
12-23
Faults and Alarms
Number / Alarm
A150
Slave axis already
allocated to other
master axis
06.2006
Cause
The selected NC program contains a slave
axis which is already being used by another
master axis (M7 only, not significant for the
F01 technology option).
Counter-measure
The same slave axis cannot be used
simultaneously by several NC programs.
Example:
NC program 1, started in axis X, contains NC
blocks for axes X and Y. NC program 2 is
started in axis Z and contains NC blocks for
axes Z and Y. This program is denied with
warning 150, because axis Y is already being
used by program 1.
A151
Slave axis operating
mode not allowed
A152
Slave axis operating
mode changed
A153
Error in slave axis
A154
Follow-up mode in
slave axis active
A155
Reset in slave axis
active
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited or aborted.
The slave axis required by the master axis is
not in "slave" mode (M7 only, not significant
for the F01 technology option).
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited or aborted,
the axis is brought to a standstill via the
deceleration ramp.
The "slave" mode was deselected in the slave
axis during the traversing movement (M7 only,
not significant for the F01 technology option).
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited or aborted,
the axis is brought to a standstill via the
deceleration ramp.
A warning is active in the slave axis required
by the master axis (M7 only, not significant for
the F01 technology option).
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited or aborted,
the axis is brought to a standstill via the
deceleration ramp.
The "follow-up mode" [FUM] control signal is
active in the slave axis required by the master
axis. A slave axis which is switched to followup mode cannot be operated by the master
axis (M7 only, not significant for the F01
technology option).
The slave axis must be switched to "slave"
mode.
The slave axis must remain switched to
"slave" mode.
The NC program will only run if all of the axes
it needs are error-free. To clear this warning,
you must first clear all the warnings in the
slave axis.
Deactivate follow-up mode in the slave axis.
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited or aborted,
the axis is brought to a standstill via the
deceleration ramp.
The "reset" [RST] control signal is active in the Cancel the "reset" [RST] control signal in the
slave axis required by the master axis. A slave slave axis.
axis with an active reset cannot be used by the
master axis (M7 only, not significant for the
F01 technology option.
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited or aborted,
the axis is brought to a standstill via the
deceleration ramp.
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Number / Alarm
A156
Axis type (MD1) of
slave axis not allowed
Faults and Alarms
Cause
An NC program was started in which a slave
axis is defined as a roll feed axis type (M7
only, not significant for the F01 technology
option).
Counter-measure
Axes defined as roll feed axes can only be
used in dedicated NC programs.
The warning is output in the master axis and
indicates an illegal axis type in the slave axis.
A160
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited or aborted,
the axis is brought to a standstill via the
deceleration ramp.
The value entered in level 1 or level 2 for the
[F_S] velocity level in setup mode is zero.
Setup speed = 0
A161
Reference approach
velocity = 0
A162
Reference point reducing velocity = 0
A165
MDI block number not
allowed
A166
No position has been
programmed in MDI
mode
A167
No velocity has been
programmed in MDI
mode
A168
G91 not allowed with
MDI on the fly
A169
Start conditions for
flying MDI do not exist
A170
Single block mode
block does not exist
Effect:
The axis movement is inhibited.
The velocity value entered for "reference point
- approach velocity" (machine data 7) is zero.
Effect:
The axis movement is inhibited.
The velocity value entered for "reference point
- reducing velocity" (machine data 6) is zero.
Effect:
The axis movement is inhibited or stopped.
The MDI block number [MDI_NO] specified in
the control signals is greater than 11.
Effect:
The axis movement is inhibited.
The "start" [STA] control signal was activated
in MDI mode without initially transferring a
positional value to the selected MDI block.
Effect:
The axis movement is inhibited.
The "start" [STA] control signal was activated
in MDI mode without initially transferring a
velocity value to the selected MDI block.
Effect:
The axis movement is inhibited.
G91 (incremental dimensions) was defined in
the MDI block as the 1st G function for the
MDI on-the-fly function.
Effect:
The axis movement is inhibited or stopped via
the deceleration ramp.
-Control signal "reset technology" [RST]
activated
Define a permissible velocity level for level 1
and/or level 2. The permissible value range is
between 0.01 [1000*LU/min] and "traversing
velocity - maximum (machine data 23).
Enter a permissible value for the approach
velocity. The permissible value range is
between 0.01 [1000*LU/min] and "traversing
velocity - maximum (machine data 23).
Enter a permissible value for the reference
point -reducing velocity. The permissible value
range is between 0.01 and 1000
[1000*LU/min].
Define an MDI block number [MDI_NO]
between 0 and 10.
Use the correct sequence: data transfer
followed by axis start.
Use the correct sequence: data transfer
followed by axis start.
The MDI on-the-fly function only allows G90
(absolute dimensions) as the 1st G function.
Ensure that the control signals are activated
correctly.
-Control signal "follow-up mode" [FUM]
activated
Effect:
The "MDI on-the-fly" function is not executed.
An NC block was started in single-block mode
although a block has not yet been transferred.
Transfer the block.
Effect:
NC block execution is inhibited.
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Faults and Alarms
Number / Alarm
A172
Program with this
number does not exist
A173
Program number not
allowed
A174
Program number
changed during
traversing
A175
No block end
programmed
A177
Prog. number of block
search forwd. does not
exist
A178
Program number of
block search forward
not allowed
06.2006
Cause
The program number specified in [PROG_NO]
for automatic mode is not stored in the
memory of the technology.
Counter-measure
-Transfer the program to the technology.
-Select the correct program number.
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited.
The program number specified in [PROG_NO]
for automatic mode is not allowed.
The permissible range for program numbers is
between 1 and 200.
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited.
The program number [PROG_NO] was
changed while the program was running.
The program number must not be changed
while the program is running.
Effect:
NC program execution is aborted and the axis
or axes are brought to a standstill via the
deceleration ramp.
The decoded NC block is not terminated with
the following block identifier "0".
You can use the "output actual values decoder error location" task to read out the
program number and block number where the
block decoder detected an error.
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited or aborted.
Moving axes are stopped via the deceleration
ramp.
The program number for the main program
(level 0), which was transferred with the block
search function, does not exist.
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited.
-The program number for the main program
(level 0), which was transferred with block
search, is different from the selected program
number.
Correct the block.
The last block in the sequence must contain
the following block identifier "0".
Specify an existing main program number.
For the block search function, the selected
program number [PROG_NO] must be
specified as the program number for the main
program.
-No breakpoint is known for the "automatic
block search" function (a program abort has
not yet occurred).
-A different program number is stored as the
breakpoint for the "automatic block search"
function.
A179
Prog.No.of block srch
fwd level 1/2 does not
exist
A180
Prog.no. of block
search forward level 1
<> cmd.
A181
Prog.no. of block
search forward level 2
<> cmd.
12-26
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited.
The subprogram number specified with block
search for level 1 or level 2 does not exist.
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited.
The subprogram number transferred with
block search for level 1 is not the same as the
subprogram number in the NC block.
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited.
The subprogram number transferred with
block search for level 2 is not the same as the
subprogram number in the NC block.
For the block search function, an existing
program number must be specified as the
subprogram number for level 1 or level 2.
For the block search function, the subprogram
number specified in the NC block must be
specified as the subprogram number for level
1.
For the block search function, the subprogram
number specified in the NC block must be
specified as the subprogram number for level
2.
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited.
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Number / Alarm
A183
Block no. of block
search fwd l. 0 does
not exist
A184
Block no. of block
search forward is no
UP call
A185
Block no. of block
search forward does
not exist
A186
Block no of block
search fwd lev 1 is no
SP call
A187
Block no of block
search fwd lev 2 does
not exist
A188
Rem. loop count bl.
search fwd lev1/2 not
allowed
A190
Digital input not
programmed
A191
Digital input not
actuated
Faults and Alarms
Cause
The block number for the main program (level
0), which was transferred with block search,
does not exist in the main program.
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited.
The block number for the main program (level
0), which was transferred with block search,
does not contain a subprogram call for
subprogram level 1.
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited.
The block number for subprogram level 1,
which was transferred with block search, does
not exist in the subprogram.
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited.
The block number for subprogram level 1,
which was transferred with block search, does
not contain a subprogram call for subprogram
level 2.
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited.
The block number for subprogram level 2,
which was transferred with block search, does
not exist in the subprogram.
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited.
The remaining loop count transferred with
block search for subprogram level 1 or 2 is
greater than the programmed loop count.
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited.
The NC block which was read in contains the
"inprocess measurement" or "set actual value
on-the-fly" function, although a digital input
has not been programmed for this function
(machine data 45).
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited or aborted,
the axis is brought to a standstill via the
deceleration ramp.
Although the "external block change" function
was programmed, the digital input was not
actuated in order to trigger the external block
change.
Counter-measure
For the block search function, an existing
block number must be specified as the block
number for the main program.
For the block search function, a block number
with a subprogram call must be specified as
the block number for the main program (level
0) if a block search is to be performed in
subprogram level 1.
For the block search function, a block number
which exists in this subprogram must be
specified as the block number for subprogram
level 1.
For the block search function, a block number
with a subprogram call must be specified as
the block number for subprogram level 1 if a
block search is to be performed in subprogram
level 2.
For the block search function, a block number
which exists in this subprogram must be
specified as the block number for subprogram
level 2.
For the block search function, it is only allowed
to specify a remaining loop count between 0
and the programmed loop count-1.
Program the digital input for the desired
function.
-Correct the program.
-Check the actuation of the digital input.
Effect:
The NC program is interrupted, the axis is
brought to a standstill via the deceleration
ramp.
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Faults and Alarms
Number / Alarm
A195
Negative overtravel
reached
06.2006
Cause
-Negative software limit switch position
approached
Counter-measure
-Check the machine data and the NC program.
-Check the encoder actual value.
-"Software limit switches - negative" (machine
data 12) entered incorrectly
-The programmed position is less than the
negative software limit switch.
-"Reference point - coordinate" (machine data
3) is less than the negative software limit
switch.
-Incorrect encoder actual value
A196
Positive overtravel
reached
Effect:
The axis movement is stopped via the
deceleration ramp.
-Positive software limit switch position
approached
-Check the machine data and the NC
programs.
-"Software limit switches - positive" (machine
data 13) entered incorrectly¨
-Check the encoder actual value.
-The programmed position is greater than the
positive software limit switch
-"Reference point - coordinate" (machine data
3) is greater than the positive software limit
switch
-Incorrect encoder actual value
A200
No position has been
programmed in
Automatic mode
A201
No velocity has been
programmed in
Automatic mode
12-28
Effect:
The axis movement is stopped via the
deceleration ramp.
No position has been programmed in the NC
block for the roll feed version, although the
axis number of the roll feed is specified.
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited or aborted,
the axis is brought to a standstill via the
deceleration ramp.
The decoded NC block needs a path or axis
velocity.
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited or aborted,
the axis is brought to a standstill via the
deceleration ramp.
The axis number and the positional value must
be specified in every NC block for the roll feed
version.
When using linear interpolation with path
velocity (G01), a path velocity must be defined
with F. When using chaining with axis velocity
(G77), the axis velocities must be defined with
FX, FY, etc. When using roll feed with axis
velocity (G01), the velocity must be defined
with F.
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Number / Alarm
A202
Axis unknown
Faults and Alarms
Cause
An axis which does not exist was detected in
the decoded NC block. A logical name (X, Y,
Z, A, B, C) must be assigned to each axis with
machine data 2 (axis assignment). Only these
logical axis names can be used in the NC
block. These errors cannot normally occur,
since the logical axis names are verified when
the NC blocks are entered.
Counter-measure
Correct the NC block.
Exception: Machine data 2 (axis assignment)
is changed afterwards.
The NC program number and NC block
number in which the NC block decoder
detected the error can be read out with the
"output actual values – decoder error location"
task.
A203
1st G-function not
allowed
A204
2nd G-function not
allowed
A205
3rd G-function not
allowed
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited or aborted,
the axis is brought to a standstill via the
deceleration ramp.
The NC block which was read in contains an
illegal 1st G function.
The NC program number and NC block
number in which the NC block decoder
detected the error can be read out with the
"output actual values - decoder error location"
task.
Effect:
The axis movement is inhibited or stopped via
the deceleration ramp.
The NC block which was read in contains an
illegal 2nd G function.
The NC program number and NC block
number in which the NC block decoder
detected the error can be read out with the
"output actual values - decoder error location"
task.
Effect:
The axis movement is inhibited or stopped via
the deceleration ramp.
The NC block which was read in contains an
illegal 3rd G function.
The NC program number and NC block
number in which the NC block decoder
detected the error can be read out with the
"output actual values - decoder error location"
task.
-MDI mode:Only G90 (absolute dimensions) or
G91 (incremental dimensions) can be entered
as the 1st G function. Only G91 is allowed for
the roll feed version.
-Automatic/single-block mode:Define a legal
1st G function according to the table (see the
Programming Guide).
-MDI mode:Only G30 to G39 (acceleration
override) can be entered as the 2nd G
function.
-Automatic/single-block mode:Define a legal
2nd G function according to the table (see the
Programming Guide).
-MDI mode:No 3rd G function is allowed.
-Automatic/single-block mode:Define a legal
3rd G function according to the table (see the
Programming Guide).
Effect:
The axis movement is inhibited or stopped via
the deceleration ramp.
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Faults and Alarms
Number / Alarm
A206
4th G-function not
allowed
A208
D-number is not
allowed
A210
Interpolation of 3 axes
not allowed
A211
Shortest distance G68
and G91 not allowed
06.2006
Cause
The NC block which was read in contains an
illegal 4th G function.
The NC program number and NC block
number in which the NC block decoder
detected the error can be read out with the
"output actual values - decoder error location"
task.
Effect:
The axis movement is inhibited or stopped via
the deceleration ramp.
A D number greater than 20 was found in the
decoded NC block.
Counter-measure
-MDI mode:No 4th G function is allowed.
-Automatic/single-block mode:Define a legal
4th G function according to the table (see the
Programming Guide).
Correct the NC block.
The NC program number and NC block
number in which the NC block decoder
detected the error can be read out with the
"output actual values - decoder error location"
task.
Effect:
The axis movement is inhibited or stopped via
the deceleration ramp.
The decoded NC block contains an
interpolation of 3 or more axes.
Correct the NC block. Only 2D interpolation is
allowed.
The NC program number and NC block
number in which the NC block decoder
detected the error can be read out with the
"output actual values - decoder error location"
task.
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited or aborted,
the axis is brought to a standstill via the
deceleration ramp.
G function G68 (shortest path for rotary axis)
was detected in the decoded NC block,
although G91 (incremental dimensions) is
active.
Correct the NC block.Function G68 can only
be programmed in association with G90
(absolute dimensions).
Example: N10 G91 G68 X20.000
The NC program number and NC block
number in which the NC block decoder
detected the error can be read out with the
"output actual values - decoder error location"
task.
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited or aborted,
the axis is brought to a standstill via the
deceleration ramp.
12-30
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Number / Alarm
A212
Special function and
axis combination not
allowed
Faults and Alarms
Cause
A different axis was programmed in the NC
block following a special function (M7 only).
Counter-measure
Correct the NC program.The axis used in the
NC block with the special function must also
be programmed in the next NC block.
Example:
N10 G50 X100 F1000
N15 G90 Y200 incorrect
N15 G90 X200 correct
The NC program number and NC block
number in which the NC block decoder
detected the error can be read out with the
"output actual values - decoder error location"
task.
A213
Multiple D-number not
allowed
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited or aborted,
the axis is brought to a standstill via the
deceleration ramp.
The decoded NC block contains several D
numbers.
Correct the NC block.
Example:
N1 G41 D3 D5.
The NC program number and NC block
number in which the NC block decoder
detected the error can be read out with the
"output actual values - decoder error location"
task.
A214
Multiple acceleration
behaviour not allowed
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited or aborted,
the axis is brought to a standstill via the
deceleration ramp.
The decoded NC block contains several
mutually exclusive G functions from the
acceleration override group (G30 to G39).
Correct the NC block.
Example:
N1 G34 G35
The NC program number and NC block
number in which the NC block decoder
detected the error can be read out with the
"output actual values - decoder error location"
task.
A215
Multiple special
functions not allowed
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited or aborted,
the axis is brought to a standstill via the
deceleration ramp.
The decoded NC block contains several
mutually exclusive G functions from the
special function group (G87, G88, G89, G50,
G51).
Correct the NC block.
Example:
N1 G88 G50
The NC program number and NC block
number in which the NC block decoder
detected the error can be read out with the
"output actual values - decoder error location"
task.
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited or aborted,
the axis is brought to a standstill via the
deceleration ramp.
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Faults and Alarms
06.2006
Number / Alarm
A216
Cause
The decoded NC block contains several
mutually exclusive G functions from the block
Multiple block transition transition group (G60, G64, G66, G67).
not allowed
Example:
N1 G64 G66 X1.000 FX100.00
Counter-measure
Correct the NC block.
The NC program number and NC block
number in which the NC block decoder
detected the error can be read out with the
"output actual values - decoder error location"
task.
A217
Multiple axis
programming not
allowed
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited or aborted,
the axis is brought to a standstill via the
deceleration ramp.
The decoded NC block contains the same axis
more than once.
Correct the NC block.
Example:
N1 G90 G01 X100.000 X200.000 F100.00
The NC program number and NC block
number in which the NC block decoder
detected the error can be read out with the
"output actual values - decoder error location"
task.
A218
Multiple path condition
not allowed
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited or aborted,
the axis is brought to a standstill via the
deceleration ramp.
The decoded NC block contains several
mutually exclusive G functions from the
preparatory function group
(G00/G01/G76/G77).
Correct the NC block.
Example:
N1 G01 (linear interpolation) G77 (chaining)
X10 F100.
The NC program number and NC block
number in which the NC block decoder
detected the error can be read out with the
"output actual values - decoder error location"
task.
A219
Multiple dimensions
specification not
allowed
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited or aborted,
the axis is brought to a standstill via the
deceleration ramp.
The decoded NC block contains several
mutually exclusive G functions from the
dimensional notation group (G90/G91).
Correct the NC block.
Example:
N1 G90 G91.
The NC program number and NC block
number in which the NC block decoder
detected the error can be read out with the
"output actual values - decoder error location"
task.
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited or aborted,
the axis is brought to a standstill via the
deceleration ramp.
12-32
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Number / Alarm
A220
Multiple zero offset
selection not allowed
Faults and Alarms
Cause
The decoded NC block contains several
mutually exclusive G functions from the zero
offset group (G53 to G59).
Counter-measure
Correct the NC block.
Example:
N1 G54 G58
The NC program number and NC block
number in which the NC block decoder
detected the error can be read out with the
"output actual values - decoder error location"
task.
A221
Multiple tool offset
selection not allowed
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited or aborted,
the axis is brought to a standstill via the
deceleration ramp.
The decoded NC block contains several
mutually exclusive G functions from the tool
offset selection group (G43/G44).
Correct the NC block.
Example:
N1 G43 G44 D2
The NC program number and NC block
number in which the NC block decoder
detected the error can be read out with the
"output actual values - decoder error location"
task.
A223
Subprogram number
does not exist
A224
Subprogram nesting
depth not allowed
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited or aborted,
the axis is brought to a standstill via the
deceleration ramp.
The decoded NC block contains a subprogram
call, however the NC program which was
called does not exist in the memory of the
technology.
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited or aborted,
the axis is brought to a standstill via the
deceleration ramp.
The permissible nesting depth of subprograms
was exceeded. Recursive calling of
subprograms.
Correct the NC block.
Correct the NC program.
The permissible nesting depth for
subprograms is 2 subprogram levels.
The NC program number and NC block
number in which the NC block decoder
detected the error can be read out with the
"output actual values - decoder error location"
task.
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited or aborted,
the axis is brought to a standstill via the
deceleration ramp.
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Faults and Alarms
Number / Alarm
A225
Status of collision
monitoring select. not
allowed
06.2006
Cause
The decoded NC block contains simultaneous
selection and deselection of collision
monitoring (G96/G97).
Counter-measure
Correct the NC block.
Example: N1 G96 G97 X100
The NC program number and NC block
number in which the NC block decoder
detected the error can be read out with the
"output actual values - decoder error location"
task.
A227
Negative overtravel
violated
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited or aborted,
the axis is brought to a standstill via the
deceleration ramp.
The look-ahead function of the decoder has
Correct the NC program.
detected that the negative software limit switch Check the machine data.
will be crossed. See also error message
"A195: Negative overtravel reached".
The NC program number and NC block
number in which the NC block decoder
detected the error can be read out with the
"output actual values - decoder error location"
task.
A228
Positive overtravel
violated
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited or aborted,
the axis is brought to a standstill via the
deceleration ramp.
The look-ahead function of the decoder has
detected that the positive software limit switch
will be crossed. See also error message
"A196: Positive overtravel reached".
Correct the NC program.
Check the machine data.
The NC program number and NC block
number in which the NC block decoder
detected the error can be read out with the
"output actual values - decoder error location"
task.
A241
Effect:
NC program execution is inhibited or aborted,
the axis is brought to a standstill via the
deceleration ramp.
The table assignment has been changed.
Table assignment
changed
Effect:
NC tables cannot be processed.
A242
Table 1 was not loaded correctly or has been
reset.
Table 1 invalid
Effect:
Table 1 cannot be processed.
A243
Table 2 was not loaded correctly or has been
reset.
Table 2 invalid
Effect:
Table 2 cannot be processed.
12-34
Load the table again.
Note:
A table can only be loaded again if it is not
selected. The warning is cleared automatically
when the table has been successfully loaded.
Load table 1 again.
Note:
Table 1 can only be loaded again if it is not
selected. The warning is cleared automatically
when table 1 has been successfully loaded.
Load table 2 again.
Note:
Table 2 can only be loaded again if it is not
selected. The warning is cleared automatically
when table 2 has been successfully loaded.
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Number / Alarm
A244
Faults and Alarms
Cause
Travel table 3 has not been correctly adopted
or has been reset.
Travel table 3 not valid
Consequence:
Travel table 3 cannot be processed.
A245
Travel table 4 has not been correctly adopted
or has been reset.
Travel table 4 not valid
Consequence:
Travel table 4 cannot be processed.
A246
Travel table 5 has not been correctly adopted
or has been reset.
Travel table 5 not valid
Consequence:
Travel table 5 cannot be processed.
A247
Travel table 6 has not been correctly adopted
or has been reset.
Travel table 6 not valid
Consequence:
Travel table 6 cannot be processed.
A248
Travel table 7 has not been correctly adopted
or has been reset.
Travel table 7 not valid
Consequence:
Travel table 7 cannot be processed.
A249
Travel table 8 has not been correctly adopted
or has been reset.
Travel table 8 not valid
Consequence:
Travel table 8 cannot be processed.
Table 12-2
Counter-measure
Adopt travel table 3 again.
Note:
Travel table 3 can only be newly adopted if it is
not selected. When travel table 3 has been
successfully adopted, the alarm message is
automatically canceled.
Adopt travel table 4 again.
Note:
Travel table 4 can only be newly adopted if it is
not selected. When travel table 4 has been
successfully adopted, the alarm message is
automatically canceled.
Adopt travel table 5 again.
Note:
Travel table 5 can only be newly adopted if it is
not selected. When travel table 5 has been
successfully adopted, the alarm message is
automatically canceled.
Adopt travel table 6 again.
Note:
Travel table 6 can only be newly adopted if it is
not selected. When travel table 6 has been
successfully adopted, the alarm message is
automatically canceled.
Adopt travel table 7 again.
Note:
Travel table 7 can only be newly adopted if it is
not selected. When travel table 7 has been
successfully adopted, the alarm message is
automatically canceled.
Adopt travel table 8 again.
Note:
Travel table 8 can only be newly adopted if it is
not selected. When travel table 8 has been
successfully adopted, the alarm message is
automatically canceled.
Alarm numbers, causes and their counter-measures
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Faults and Alarms
12.3
06.2006
Fatal errors (FF)
Fatal errors are serious hardware or software errors which no longer
permit normal operation of the unit. They only appear on the PMU in
the form "FF<No>". The software is re-booted by actuating any key on
the PMU.
Number / Fault
FF01
Time slot overflow
FF03
Cause
A time slot overflow which cannot be remedied
has been detected in the high-priority time
slots.
At least 40 failures of time slots T2, T3, T4 or
T5 (see also parameter r829.2 to r829.5)
Serious faults have occurred while accessing
external option boards (CB, TB, SCB, TSY ..).
Access fault
Optional board
FF04
RAM
FF05
EPROM fault
FF06
Counter-measure
- Reduce pulse frequency (P340)
- Replace CU
- Replace CU, or replace the unit (Compact
PLUS type)
- Replace the LBA
A fault has occurred during the test of the
RAM.
- Replace the option board
- Replace CU, or replace the unit
(Compact PLUS type)
A fault has occurred during the test of the
EPROM.
- Replace CU, or replace the unit
(Compact PLUS type)
Stack has overflowed
For VC: Increase sampling time (P357)
For MC: Reduce pulse frequency (P340)
Stack overflow
FF07
- Replace CU, or replace the unit (Compact
PLUS type)
- Replace CU, or replace the unit
(Compact PLUS type)
Stack underflow
Stack Underflow
FF08
Undefined Opcode
FF09
Protection Fault
Invalid processor command should be
processed
- Replace firmware
- Replace CU, or replace the unit
(Compact PLUS type)
Invalid format in a protected processor
command
- Replace firmware
- Replace CU, or replace the unit
(Compact PLUS type)
FF10
Word access to uneven address
Illegal Word Operand
Address
FF11
- Replace firmware
- Replace CU, or replace the unit
(Compact PLUS type)
Jump command to uneven address
- Replace firmware
- Replace CU, or replace the unit
(Compact PLUS type)
A version conflict between the firmware and
the hardware has occurred.
- Replace firmware
- Replace firmware
- Replace CU, or replace the unit
(Compact PLUS type)
Unexpected fatal error
Replace the board
FF15
(During processing of the fatal errors, a fault
number has occurred which is unknown to
date).
Stack overflow (C-Compiler Stack)
Replace the board
CSTACK_OVERFLOW
FF16
NMI
Illegal Instruction
Access
FF13
Wrong firmware
version
FF14
FF processing
- Replace firmware
- Replace CU, or replace the unit
(Compact PLUS type)
NMI error
not Compact PLUS
Table 12-3
12-36
Fatal errors
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Environmental Friendliness
Environmental Friendliness
Environmental
aspects during the
development
The number of components has been significantly reduced over earlier
converter series by the use of highly integrated components and the
modular design of the complete series. Thus, the energy requirement
during production has been reduced.
Special significance was placed on the reduction of the volume, weight
and variety of metal and plastic components.
Plastics
components used
ABS:
PC / ABS:
PA6:
PA6.6:
Pocan (PBT):
PP:
PBTP:
Hostaphan (Makrofol):
Formex:
NOMEX:
FR4:
PMU board, Siemens logo
Front cover MC Large
Front cover MC, terminal strips,
spacer bolts, fan impeller
DC link terminal cover,
through terminals, terminal strips, terminal
blocks
Optional card covers
PMU covers
Fan housing
Insulating plates
Insulating foils
Insulating paper
Printed circuit boards
Halogen-containing flame retardants were, for all essential
components, replaced by environmentally-friendly flame retardants.
Environmental compatibility was an important criterium when selecting
the supplied components.
Environmental
aspects during
production
Purchased components are generally supplied in recyclable packaging
materials (board).
Surface finishes and coatings were eliminated with the exception of the
galvanized sheet steel side panels.
ASIC devices and SMD devices were used on the boards.
The production is emission-free.
Environmental
aspects for disposal
The unit can be broken down into recyclable mechanical components
as a result of easily releasable screw and snap connections.
The plastic components are to DIN 54840 and have a recycling symbol.
After the service life has expired, the product must be disposed of in
accordance with the applicable national regulations.
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First Start-up
Installation
Installation in Conformance with EMC
Regulations
Connecting-up
Parameterization
Maintenance
Forming
Technical Data
Faults and Warnings
Environmental Friendliness
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Contents
Contents
1
DEFINITIONS AND WARNINGS ..................................................................... 1-1
2
DESCRIPTION ................................................................................................. 2-1
3
TRANSPORT, STORAGE, UNPACKING........................................................ 3-1
4
FIRST START-UP ............................................................................................ 4-1
5
INSTALLATION ............................................................................................... 5-1
5.1
Installing the units ............................................................................................. 5-1
5.2
5.2.1
5.2.2
Installing the optional boards............................................................................ 5-4
Installing optional boards on units with a width up to 90 mm ........................... 5-4
Installing optional boards on units with a width of 135 mm and 180 mm ......... 5-8
6
INSTALLATION IN CONFORMANCE WITH EMC REGULATIONS .............. 6-1
7
CONNECTING-UP ........................................................................................... 7-1
7.1
7.1.1
7.1.2
Power connections ........................................................................................... 7-5
Power connections for units with a width up to 90 mm .................................... 7-5
Power connections for units with a width of 135 mm and 180 mm .................. 7-7
7.2
Control connections .......................................................................................... 7-8
7.3
Conductor cross-sections, fuses, reactors ..................................................... 7-20
7.4
Combinations of units ..................................................................................... 7-20
8
PARAMETERIZATION..................................................................................... 8-1
8.1
Parameter menus ............................................................................................. 8-1
8.2
Changeability of parameters............................................................................. 8-5
8.3
8.3.1
8.3.1.1
8.3.1.2
Parameter input with DriveMonitor ................................................................... 8-6
Installation and connection ............................................................................... 8-6
Installation......................................................................................................... 8-6
Connection........................................................................................................ 8-6
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8.3.2
8.3.2.1
8.3.2.2
8.3.2.3
8.3.3
8.3.3.1
8.3.3.2
Establishing the connection between DriveMonitor and the device ................. 8-7
Setting the USS interface ................................................................................. 8-7
Starting the USS bus scan................................................................................ 8-9
Creating a parameter set ................................................................................ 8-10
Parameterization............................................................................................. 8-12
Structure of the parameter lists, parameterization with DriveMonitor ............ 8-12
General diagnostics ........................................................................................ 8-17
8.4
Parameter input via the PMU.......................................................................... 8-18
8.5
8.5.1
8.5.2
8.5.2.1
8.5.2.2
Parameter input via the OP1S........................................................................ 8-22
General ........................................................................................................... 8-22
Connecting, run-up ......................................................................................... 8-24
Connecting...................................................................................................... 8-24
Run-up ............................................................................................................ 8-25
9
PARAMETERIZING STEPS............................................................................. 9-1
9.1
Parameter reset to factory setting .................................................................... 9-2
9.2
9.2.1
Power section definition.................................................................................... 9-4
Parameterizing with parameter modules (quick parameterization, P060 = 3)... 9-5
10
MAINTENANCE ............................................................................................. 10-1
10.1
10.1.1
10.1.2
10.1.3
10.1.4
Replacing the fan............................................................................................ 10-1
Replacing the fan in units up to 45 mm wide.................................................. 10-2
Replacing the fan in 67 mm and 90 mm wide units........................................ 10-2
Replacing the fan in units 135 mm wide......................................................... 10-2
Replacing the fan in units up to 180 mm wide................................................ 10-3
11
FORMING ....................................................................................................... 11-1
12
TECHNICAL DATA ........................................................................................ 12-1
13
FAULTS AND ALARMS ................................................................................ 13-1
13.1
Faults .............................................................................................................. 13-1
13.2
Alarms........................................................................................................... 13-18
13.3
Fatal errors (FF)............................................................................................ 13-26
14
ENVIRONMENTAL FRIENDLINESS............................................................. 14-1
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Definitions and Warnings
Definitions and Warnings
Qualified personnel
For the purpose of this documentation and the product warning labels,
a "Qualified person" is someone who is familiar with the installation,
mounting, start-up, operation and maintenance of the product. He or
she must have the following qualifications:
♦ Trained or authorized to energize, de-energize, ground and tag
circuits and equipment in accordance with established safety
procedures.
♦ Trained or authorized in the proper care and use of protective
equipment in accordance with established safety procedures.
♦ Trained in rendering first aid.
DANGER
indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will
result in death, serious injury and considerable damage to property.
WARNING
indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could
result in death, serious injury and considerable damage to property.
CAUTION
used with the safety alert symbol indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury.
CAUTION
used without safety alert symbol indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, may result in property damage.
NOTICE
NOTICE used without the safety alert symbol indicates a potential
situation which, if not avoided, may result in an undesirable result or
state.
NOTE
For the purpose of this documentation, "Note" indicates important
information about the product or about the respective part of the
documentation which is essential to highlight.
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WARNING
08.2008
Hazardous voltages are present in this electrical equipment during
operation.
Non-observance of the warnings can thus result in severe personal
injury or property damage.
Only qualified personnel should work on or around the equipment
This personnel must be thoroughly familiar with all warning and
maintenance procedures contained in this documentation.
The successful and safe operation of this equipment is dependent on
correct transport, proper storage and installation as well as careful
operation and maintenance.
NOTE
This documentation does not purport to cover all details on all types of
the product, nor to provide for every possible contingency to be met in
connection with installation, operation or maintenance.
Should further information be desired or should particular problems
arise which are not covered sufficiently for the purchaser's purposes,
the matter should be referred to the local SIEMENS sales office.
The contents of this documentation shall not become part of or modify
any prior or existing agreement, commitment or relationship. The sales
contract contains the entire obligation of SIEMENS AG. The warranty
contained in the contract between the parties is the sole warranty of
SIEMENS AG. Any statements contained herein do not create new
warranties or modify the existing warranty.
Proper use of Siemens products
WARNING
1-2
Siemens products may only be used for the applications described in
the catalog and in the relevant technical documentation. If products and
components from other manufacturers are used, these must be
recommended or approved by Siemens. Proper transport, storage,
installation, assembly, commissioning, operation and maintenance are
required to ensure that the products operate safely and without any
problems. The permissible ambient conditions must be adhered to. The
information in the relevant documentation must be observed.
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Definitions and Warnings
Components which can be destroyed by electrostatic discharge (ESD)
CAUTION
The board contains components which can be destroyed by
electrostatic discharge. These components can be easily destroyed if
not carefully handled. If you have to handle electronic boards, please
observe the following:
Electronic boards should only be touched when absolutely necessary.
The human body must be electrically discharged before touching an
electronic board.
Boards must not come into contact with highly insulating materials - e.g.
plastic parts, insulated desktops, articles of clothing manufactured from
man-made fibers.
Boards must only be placed on conductive surfaces.
Boards and components should only be stored and transported in
conductive packaging (e.g. metalized plastic boxes or metal
containers).
If the packing material is not conductive, the boards must be wrapped
with a conductive packaging material, e.g. conductive foam rubber or
household aluminium foil.
The necessary ESD protective measures are clearly shown again in the
following diagram:
♦ a = Conductive floor surface
♦ b = ESD table
♦ c = ESD shoes
♦ d = ESD overall
♦ e = ESD chain
♦ f = Cubicle ground connection
d
d
b
b
d
e
e
f
a
f
f
c
c
Sitting
Standing
Fig. 1-1
a
f
f
c
a
Standing / Sitting
ESD protective measures
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Definitions and Warnings
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Safety and Operating Instructions
for Drive Converters
(in conformity with the low-voltage directive 73/23/EEC)
1. General
4. Installation
In operation, drive converters, depending on their degree
of protection, may have live, uninsulated, and possibly
also moving or rotating parts, as well as hot surfaces.
The installation and cooling of the appliances shall be in
accordance with the specifications in the pertinent
documentation.
In case of inadmissible removal of the required covers, of
improper use, wrong installation or maloperation, there is
the danger of serious personal injury and damage to
property.
The drive converters shall be protected
against
excessive strains. In particular, no components must be
bent or isolating distances altered in the course of
transportation or handling. No contact shall be made with
electronic components and contacts.
For further information, see documentation.
All operations serving transport, installation and
commissioninng as well as maintenance are to be
carried out by skilled technical personnel (Observe
IEC 60364 or CENELEC HD 384 or DIN VDE 0100 and
IEC 60664 or DIN VDE0110 and national accident
prevention rules!).
Drive converters contain electrostatic sensitive
components which are liable to damage through
improper use. Electric components must not be
mechanically damaged or destroyed (potential health
risks).
For the purposes of these basic safety instructions,
"skilled technical personnel" means persons who are
familiar with the installation, mounting, commissioning
and operation of the product and have the qualifications
needed for the performance of their functions.
When working on live drive converters, the applicable
national accident prevention rules (e.g. BGV A3) must be
complied with.
2. Intended use
Drive converters are components designed for inclusion
in electrical installations or machinery.
5. Electrical connection
The electrical installation shall be carried out in
accordance with the relevant requirements (e.g. crosssectional areas of conductors, fusing, PE connection).
For further information, see documentation.
In case of installation in machinery, commissioning of the
drive converter (i.e. the starting of normal operation) is
prohibited until the machinery has been proved to
conform to the provisions of the directive 98/37/EG
(Machinery Safety Directive - MSD). Account is to be
taken of EN 60204.
Instructions for the installation in accordance with EMC
requirements, like screening, earthing, location of filters
and wiring, are contained in the drive converter
documentation. They must always be complied with, also
for drive converters bearing a CE marking. Observance
of the limit values required by EMC law is the
responsibility of the manufacturer of the installation or
machine.
Commissioning (i.e. the starting of normal opertion) is
admissible only where conformity with the EMC directive
(89/336/EEC) has been established.
6. Operation
The drive converters meet the requirements of the lowvoltage directive 73/23/EEC.
They are subject to the harmonized standards of the
series EN 50178 / DIN VDE 0160 in conjunction with
EN 60439-1 / DIN VDE 0660 part 500 and EN 60146 /
VDE 0558.
The technical data as well as information concerning the
supply conditions shall be taken from the rating plate and
from the documentation and shall be strictly observed.
3. Transport, storage
The instructions for transport, storage and proper use
shall be complied with.
The climatic conditions shall be in conformity with EN
50178.
Installations which include drive converters shall be
equipped with additional control and protective devices in
accordance with the relevant applicable safety
requirements, e.g. Act respecting technical equipment,
accident prevention rules etc. Changes to the drive
converters by means of the operating software are
admissible.
After disconnection of the drive converter from the
voltage supply, live appliance parts and power terminals
must not be touched immediately because of possibly
energized capacitors. In this respect, the corresponding
signs and markings on the drive converter must be
respected.
During operation, all covers and doors shall be kept
closed.
7. Maintenance and servicing
The manufacturer's documentation shall be followed.
Keep these safety instructions in a safe place!
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Definitions and Warnings
Residual risks of Power Drive Systems (PDS)
DANGER
The components for the controller and drive of a Power Drive System (PDS) are
authorized for industrial and commercial use in industrial networks. Their use in
public networks requires a different planning and/or additional measures.
It is only permissible to operate these components in enclosed housings or in
superordinate control cabinets and when all protective devices and protective
covers are used.
These components may only be handled by qualified and trained specialist
persons who are familiar with and observe all the safety instructions on the
components and in the relevant technical user documentation.
The machine manufacturer must take into account the following residual risks resulting from the
components for the controller and drive of a Power Drive System (PDS) when evaluating the
risk of his machine in accordance with the EC machinery guideline.
1. Undesired movements of driven machine components during commissioning, operation,
maintenance and repair, e.g. as a result of
• HW and/or SW errors in the sensors, controller, actuators and connection system
• Reaction times of the controller and the drive
• Operation and/or ambient conditions not compliant with the specification
• Errors in parameterization, programming, wiring and installation
• Use of radio units/mobile phones in the direct vicinity of the controller
• External influences/damage.
2. Extraordinary temperatures and emissions of light, noises, particles and gases, e.g. as a
result of
• Component failure
• Software errors
• Operation and/or ambient conditions not compliant with the specification
• External influences/damage.
3. Dangerous contact voltages, e.g. as a result of
• Component failure
• Influence upon electrostatic charging
• Induction of voltages in the case of moving motors
• Operation and/or ambient conditions not compliant with the specification
• Condensation/conductive contamination
• External influences/damage.
4. Operational electrical, magnetic and electromagnetic fields that may pose a risk to people
with a pacemaker, implants or metallic items if they are too close.
5. Release of pollutants and emissions if components are not operated or disposed of properly.
For additional information on the residual risks emanating from the components of the PDS,
please refer to the relevant chapters of the technical user documentation.
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DANGER
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Electrical, magnetic and electromagnetic fields (EMF) that occur during
operation can pose a danger to persons who are present in the direct
vicinity of the product − especially persons with pacemakers, implants,
or similar devices.
The relevant directives and standards must be observed by the
machine/plant operators and persons present in the vicinity of the
product. These are, for example, EMF Directive 2004/40/EEC and
standards EN 12198-1 to -3 pertinent to the European Economic Area
(EEA), as well as accident prevention code BGV 11 and the associated
rule BGR 11 "Electromagnetic fields" of the German employer's liability
accident insurance association pertinent to Germany.
These state that a hazard analysis must be drawn up for every
workplace, from which measures for reducing dangers and their impact
on persons are derived and applied, and exposure and danger zones
are defined and observed.
The safety information in the Storage, Transport, Installation,
Commissioning, Operation, Maintenance, Disassembly and Disposal
sections must also be taken into account.
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Description
Description
Range of application The inverters are power electronics components for feeding threephase motors.
The inverters can be operated from a DC system with voltages from
510 V to 650 V.
The inverter enables a three-phase system with a variable output
frequency between 0 Hz and maximum 500 Hz to be generated from
the DC link direct voltage with the pulse width modulation method
(PWM).
The unit is controlled by the internal control electronics which consists
of a microprocessor system. The functions are provided by the unit
software.
The inverter always requires an external 24 V DC voltage for supplying
the control electronics.
The unit can be operated via the PMU operator control panel, the userfriendly OP1S operator control panel, the terminal strip or via a bus
system. For this purpose, the unit has a number of interfaces and two
slots for the use of optional boards.
Pulse encoders can be used as motor-specific encoders.
Optional
boards
Terminal strip
PMU
Control electronics
Serial
interface
-X100
external 24 V DC
incoming supply
C / L+
U2/T1
D/L-
V2/T2 Motor
terminals
W2/T3
DC link
fuse
DC
link
Inverter
PE2
PE3
Fig. 2-1
Circuit principle of the inverter
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Transport
Storage
Transport, Storage, Unpacking
Transport, Storage, Unpacking
The units and components are packed in the manufacturing plant
corresponding to that specified when ordered. A packing label is
located on the outside of the packaging. Please observe the
instructions on the packaging for transport, storage and professional
handling.
Vibrations and jolts must be avoided during transport. If the unit is
damaged, you must inform your shipping company immediately.
The units and components must be stored in clean, dry rooms.
Temperatures between -25 °C (-13 °F) and +70 °C (158 °F) are
permissible. Temperature fluctuations must not be more than 30 K per
hour.
CAUTION
If the storage period of two years is exceeded, the unit must be newly
formed. See Section ”Forming".
Unpacking
The packaging comprises board and corrugated paper. It can be
disposed of corresponding to the appropriate local regulations for the
disposal of board products. The units and components can be installed
and commissioned after they have been unpacked and checked to
ensure that everything is complete and that they are not damaged.
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4
First Start-up
First Start-up
Unpack and check the
units
After removing the packaging, check that the unit is
intact and undamaged. Only intact units may be started
up. Please also check that the unit is complete and that
the correct optional boards are fitted.
See section
"Transport,
Storage,
Unpacking"
Mount the unit and
install optional boards
which have not yet
been fitted
Retrofit any optional boards which have not yet been
installed, if necessary. Then install the units taking into
account the requirements at the point of installation and
the EMC instructions.
See section
"Installation"
and "Installation
in Conformance
with EMC
Regulations"
Form the DC link
capacitors, if necessary
If the DC link of the unit was de-energized for more than
two years, you have to newly form the DC link capacitors
Connect the protective
conductor, the power
cables or buses and, if
present, the ext. 24 V
supply
Please connect, starting with the protective conductor,
See section
the power cables or DC link buses and the external 24 V "Connecting-up"
supply. Pay attention to EMC instructions when laying
and
the cables. Please do not at this stage connect any
"Installation in
control, communication, encoder and motor cables
Conformance
(exception: cable for connecting up an OP1S, if
with EMC
parameterization is to be effected via the OP1S).
Regulations"
Connect the control
cables, communication
cables, encoder cables
and motor cables
Power up the external
24 V supply
See section
"Forming"
Please connect the remaining control, communication,
encoder and motor cables. Pay attention to the EMC
instructions when laying the cables.
WARNING
See section
The device must be disconnected from
"Connecting-up"
its voltage supplies (24 V DC electronics
and "Installation
supply and DC link / mains voltage)
before the control and encoder leads are in Conformance
with EMC
connected or disconnected!
Failure to observe this advice can result in Regulations"
encoder defects, which may in turn cause
uncontrolled axis movements.
After checking that the cabling has been correctly
connected and that it sits properly, power up the external
24 V supply. After the electronics power supply has been
started, the unit initializes itself. The action can take
several seconds. The drive status is subsequently shown
on the PMU.
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If necessary, carry out
parameter reset to
factory setting
Parameterizing by
download or with
parameter modules
Function test
If the PMU does not show status °009 after completion
of the unit initialization, or if the unit has already been
See section
parameterized before, you should carry out a parameter "Parameterization"
reset to factory setting.
See section
"Parameterization"
AAA
siehe
After checking the unit and the cabling once more, power "Anschließen"
up the line voltage and perform a function test according
und "EMVto your parameterization.
gerechter
Aufbau"
WARNING It must be ensured that no danger for
persons and equipment can occur by
energizing the power and the unit. It is
recommended not to couple the driven
machine until the function test has
been successfully completed.
Further start-up and parameterization according to
your specific requirements
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Installation
5.1
Installing the units
WARNING
Safe converter operation requires that the equipment is mounted and
commissioned by qualified personnel taking into account the warning
information provided in these Operating Instructions.
The general and domestic installation and safety regulations for work
on electrical power equipment (e.g. VDE, UL) must be observed as well
as the professional handling of tools and the use of personal protective
equipment.
Death, severe bodily injury or significant material damage could result if
these instructions are not followed.
NOTE
MASTERDRIVES components are designed in accordance with degree
of protection IP20 or IPXXB in accordance with EN 60529 and as opentype devices to UL 50, thus providing protection against electrical
shocks. In order to also ensure protection against mechanical and
climatic stresses the components have to be operated in
housings/cabinets/rooms that are designed according to the
requirements of’ EN 60529 and classified as enclosure type to UL 50.
Clearances
When you install the equipment, make sure that the DC link connection
is at the top and the motor connection is at the bottom.
The devices must be mounted side by side in close physical contact.
In order to ensure an adequate supply of cooling air, a clearance of
100 mm must be left at the top of the unit and at the bottom of the unit
respectively to components which may considerably affect the flow of
cooling air.
When mounting in cabinets, the cabinet cooling must be designed
according to the power loss. Please refer to the Technical Data in this
regard.
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Requirements at the
point of installation
09.2009
♦ Foreign particles
The units must be protected against the ingress of foreign particles
as otherwise their function and operational safety cannot be
ensured.
♦ Dust, gases, vapors
Equipment rooms must be dry and dust-free. Ambient and cooling
air must not contain any electrically conductive gases, vapors and
dust which could diminish the functionality. If necessary, filters
should be used or other corrective measures taken.
♦ Cooling air
The units must only be operated in an ambient climate in
accordance with DIN IEC 721-3-3 Class 3K3. For cooling air
temperatures of more than 45 °C (113 °F) and installation altitudes
higher than 1000 m, derating is required.
Cooling air
Fig. 5-1
5-2
100 mm
100 mm
Mounting
surface
Minimum clearances for cooling
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Installation
The unit is mounted directly to a mounting surface. Fixing is by means
of two or four M5 screws.
Mounting surface
Slots
for screws M5
414 mm
360 mm
250 mm
22.5 mm
45 mm
45 mm
90 mm
33.75 mm
67.5 mm
220 mm
0.75 kW
Side view
1.5 / 2.2 kW
4.0 kW
Front view (without front cover)
Fig. 5-2
Dimension drawings for housings up to 90 mm wide
Mounting surface
Cutouts
for M5 screws
414 mm
360 mm
250 mm
22.5 mm
135 mm
180 mm
220 mm
5.5 / 7.5 / 11 kW
Side view
Fig. 5-3
15 - 37 kW
Front view
Dimension drawings for housings 135 mm and 180 mm wide
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Installing the optional boards
DANGER
5.2.1
The unit has hazardous voltage levels up to 5 minutes after it has been
powered down due to the DC link capacitors. The unit or the DC link
terminals must not be worked on until at least after this delay time.
Installing optional boards on units with a width up to 90 mm
Disconnect unit
from power supply
DANGER
Disconnect the rectifier unit or the converter from the power supply and
and switch OFF the unit. Remove the 24V power supply for the
electronics. Take off all connecting leads.
Dismantling the unit
Dismantle the unit as follows:
♦ Open the terminals of the DC link bus module.
♦ Remove the fixing screws by means of which the unit is fixed to the
mounting surface.
♦ Pull the unit down until the DC link bus module is completely
exposed.
♦ Pull the unit out towards you.
♦ Lay the unit on its left side.
♦ Unscrew the four fixing screws of the right-hand side wall. The fixing
screws are on the unit at the top on the right and at the bottom on
the right.
♦ You do not have to remove the four fixing screws completely, as the
wall of the unit is provided with a cutout to enable you to swing out
the cover once the screws have been loosened.
♦ Open the right-hand side wall. To open the side wall use a slotted
screwdriver to lever out the front panel from its latches. The front
panel only has to be loosened on one side of the side wall and can
stay on the unit housing. Now the side wall can be removed
upwards.
♦ Remove the cover of the selected slot on the front panel.
♦ To do so, you must carefully cut through the four connecting points
of the cover on the front panel with a thin knife.
Opening the unit
Removing the slot
cover
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Fig. 5-4
Position of the fixing screws on the right-hand side wall
Fig. 5-5
Removing the right-hand side wall
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Installation
09.2009
Removing the
option card holder
Remove the fixing screws of the option card holder from the pins and lift
the option card holder from the device.
Installing the
optional board
NOTICE
Optional boards can only be inserted in slot A and slot B. Slot C of the
unit is permanently pre-assigned for the terminal module EBV.
♦ Push the optional board from behind into the opening on the front
cover (c) until the position of the 64-pole system connector on the
main board corresponds with the position of the socket.
♦ Insert the optional board from the right onto the 64-pole system
connector on the main board (d). The view shows the installed
state.
♦ Screw the optional board tight at the fastening points in the front
section of the optional board (e).
Slot A
Slot A
e
c
Slot B
d
e
Slot C
Slot C
Fig. 5-6
Mounting the option
card holder
5-6
Rear wall
Rear wall
Slot B
Installing the optional board
Place the option card holder horizontally on the rear edge of all fitted
option cards and tighten the previously removed screws at the fixing
points.
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Installation
Assembling and
mounting the unit
Close the right-hand side wall of the unit as follows
♦ Press the front panel slightly to the side and insert the side wall from
above into the unit. Make sure after inserting the side wall that the
fixing lugs mounted at the top and bottom of the side wall are on the
outside.
♦ Screw the side wall tight again by means of the four fixing screws.
♦ Place the unit on its rear wall.
♦ Press the front panel from above onto the now closed unit so that
you can hear its latches engaging.
Mount the unit as follows:
♦ Insert the unit into its mounting position from the front underneath
the DC link bus module.
♦ Lift the unit upwards until the DC link bus module is completely in its
original position again.
♦ Screw the unit tight to the mounting surface with the fixing screws.
♦ Interlock the DC bus module.
♦ Re-connect all previously removed connecting cables.
♦ Check all connecting cables and the shield to make sure they sit
properly and are in the correct position.
Designating the
optional board
♦ To designate the optional board, insert the relevant designation
plate into the envisaged position on the front of the unit.
♦ When the voltage has been switched in, the software of the unit
recognizes which optional boards have been installed and you can
then commence start-up.
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Installation
5.2.2
09.2009
Installing optional boards on units with a width of 135 mm and
180 mm
Disconnect unit
from power supply
DANGER
Disconnect the rectifier unit or the converter from the power supply and
and switch OFF the unit. Remove the 24V power supply for the
electronics. Take off all connecting leads.
NOTE
Optional boards are mounted when the power section is already
installed.
Disassemble device
♦ Open up the clamps of the DC link busbars.
♦ Remove the fixing screws which hold the device on the mounting
surface.
♦ Pull the device down until the DC link busbars are fully exposed.
♦ Pull the device out toward the front.
♦ Place the device on an ESD compatible work station, rear panel
down.
Fig. 5-7
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Opening the unit
Installation
♦ For simpler disassembly, start with levering out the left one of the
two housing chambers of the DC link terminals from the unit using a
slot-head screwdriver.
♦ Unscrew the four fixing screws from the bottom and topside of the
device. Carefully lever out the front cover from the five detent lugs
on the right-hand side of the device using a slot-head screwdriver
(see Detail A, Fig. 5-8). The front cover needs to be loosened only
on one side, the right-hand side panel. Front cover and left-hand
side panel remain as one unit.
Fig. 5-8
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Installation
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♦ Carefully pull the device front including left side panel forward to the
front (approx. 1 cm) so that the rear fold on the left-hand side panel
can be loosened from the rear panel of the device as well as the
front cover on the right-hand front panel from the housing (Fig. 5-9).
♦ You can then fold out the unit – consisting of front cover and lefthand side panel – to the left (Fig. 5-9).
♦ Open the locking levers of the ribbon cable on the power section
which connects to the control electronics.
♦ Remove the front of the device together with electronics board and
any additional options from the device.
Fig. 5-9
Removing the slot
cover
♦ Remove the cover of the selected slot on the front panel.
♦ To do so, you must carefully cut through the four connecting points
of the cover on the front panel with a thin knife or remove the
existing blind caps.
Removing the
option card holder
♦ Remove the fixing screws of the option card holder from the pins
and lift the option card holder from the device.
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Removing the
optional board
Installation
♦ Undo the two optional board screws by about one turn each.
♦ Loosen the connection between the system connector and the
board so as to prevent any mechanical tension arising when the
screws are fully unscrewed.
♦ Take out the optional board screws and remove the board.
Mounting the
optional board
NOTICE
Optional boards can only be inserted in slot A and slot B. Slot C of the
unit is permanently pre-assigned for the terminal module EBV.
♦ Insert the optional board from the behind the broken-out slot conver
(c) until the position of the 64-pole system connector on the
electronic board corresponds with the position of the socket.
♦ Insert the option board into the 64-pole system connector on the
electronic board (d).
♦ Screw the optional board tight at the fastening points in the front
section of the optional board with the two screws (e).
Slot A
e
Slot B
Slot B
d
c
e
Slot C
Fig. 5-10
Mounting the option
card holder
Slot C
Installing the optional board
♦ Place the option card holder horizontally on the rear edge of all fitted
option cards and tighten the previously removed screws at the fixing
points.
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Installation
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Reassemble device
♦ Place the front of the device with the electronics board to the left
next to the device. Connect the ribbon cable again with the
electronics board and the power section and close the lock on the
connector.
♦ To start with, hold the front of the device with the left-hand side
panel tilted to the right at an angle of approx. 30° and place this unit
on the front of the device. Be careful not to damage the insulating
film on the right-hand inner side panel and to position the left-hand
side panel through the fixing lug correctly on the left housing side.
Applying little pressure, you can then insert the front cover and the
side panel in the housing, in parallel to the right-hand side panel.
The fold on the left-hand side panel as well as the detent lugs on the
right-hand side of the housing noticeably snap in.
♦ For less load on the connection points, put the device down on the
right-hand side and screw in the two screws each on the top and
bottom-side of the device for some turns only. Now tighten all four
screws.
♦ Now replace the housing of the DC link busbars until it noticeably
snaps in.
Mount device
♦ Push the device from the front, below the DC link busbars, to its
mounting position.
♦ Lift the device until the DC link busbars are fully connected again.
♦ Screw in the fixing screws to firmly tighten the device onto the
mounting surface.
♦ Lock in the DC link busbars.
Connecting up the
unit
♦ Re-connect all previously removed connecting cables.
♦ Check all connecting cables and the shield to make sure they sit
properly and are in the correct position.
Designating the
optional board
♦ To designate the optional board, insert the relevant designation
plate into the envisaged position on the front of the unit.
♦ After powering up the voltage, you can log on the optional boards in
the software of the unit and commence start-up.
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6
Rule 1
Installation in Conformance with EMC Regulations
Installation in Conformance with EMC
Regulations
Basic EMC rules
Rules 1 to 13 are generally applicable. Rules 14 to 20 are particularly
important for limiting noise emission.
All of the metal cabinet parts must be connected through the largest
possible surface areas (not paint on paint). If required, use serrated
washers. The cabinet door must be connected to the cabinet through
grounding straps which must be kept as short as possible.
NOTE
Grounding installations/machines is essentially a protective measure.
However, in the case of drive systems, this also has an influence on the
noise emission and noise immunity. A system can either be grounded
in a star configuration or each component grounded separately.
Preference should be given to the latter grounding system in the case
of drive systems, i.e. all parts of the installation to be grounded are
connected through their surface or in a mesh pattern.
Rule 2
Signal cables and power cables must be routed separately (to eliminate
coupled-in noise). Minimum clearance: 20 cm. Provide partitions
between power cables and signal cables. The partitions must be
grounded at several points along their length.
Contactors, relays, solenoid valves, electromechanical operating hours
counters, etc. in the cabinet must be provided with quenching elements,
for example, RC elements, diodes, varistors. These quenching devices
must be connected directly at the coil.
Non-shielded cables associated with the same circuit (outgoing and
incoming conductor) must be twisted, or the surface between the
outgoing and incoming conductors kept as small as possible in order to
prevent unnecessary coupling effects.
Eliminate any unnecessary cable lengths to keep coupling
capacitances and inductances low.
Connect the reserve cables/conductors to ground at both ends to
achieve an additional shielding effect.
In general, it is possible to reduce the noise being coupled-in by routing
cables close to grounded cabinet panels. For this reason the wiring
should not be installed freely in the cabinet but should be routed close
to the mounting plate. The same applies for reserve cables/conductors.
Tachometers, encoders or resolvers must be connected through a
shielded cable. The shield must be connected to the tachometer,
encoder or resolver and at the SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES through a
large surface area. The shield must not be interrupted, e.g. using
intermediate terminals. Pre-assembled cables with multiple shields
should be used for encoders and resolvers (see Catalog DA65).
Rule 3
Rule 4
Rule 5
Rule 6
Rule 7
Rule 8
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Rule 9
Rule 10
Rule 11
Rule 12
Rule 13
Rule 14
6-2
02.2008
The cable shields of digital signal cables must be connected to ground
at both ends (transmitter and receiver) through the largest possible
surface area. If the equipotential bonding is poor between the shield
connections, an additional equipotential bonding conductor with at least
10 mm² must be connected in parallel to the shield, to reduce the shield
current. Generally, the shields can be connected to ground (= cabinet
housing) in several places. The shields can also be connected to
ground at several locations, even outside the cabinet.
Foil-type shields are not to be favoured. They do not shield as well as
braided shields; they are poorer by a factor of at least 5.
The cable shields of analog signal cables can be connected to ground
at both ends if the equipotential bonding is good. Good equipotential
bonding is achieved if Rule 1 is observed.
If low-frequency noise occurs on analog cables, for example:
speed/measured value fluctuations as a result of equalizing currents
(hum), the shields are only connected for analog signals at one end at
the SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES. The other end of the shield should
be grounded through a capacitor (e.g. 10 nF/100 V type MKT).
However, the shield is still connected at both ends to ground for high
frequency as a result of the capacitor.
If possible, the signal cables should only enter the cabinet at one side.
If SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES are operated from an external 24 V
power supply, this power supply must not feed several consumers
separately installed in various cabinets (hum can be coupled-in!). The
optimum solution is for each SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVE to have its
own power supply.
Prevent noise from being coupled-in through the supply.
SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES and automation units/control electronics
should be connected-up to different supply networks. If there is only
one common network, the automation units/control electronics have to
be de-coupled from the supply using an isolating transformer.
The use of a radio interference suppression filter is obligatory to
maintain limit value class "First environment" or "Second environment",
even if sinusoidal filters or dv/dt filters are installed between the motor
and SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES.
Whether an additional filter has to be installed for further consumers,
depends on the control used and the wiring of the remaining cabinet.
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Rule 15
Rule 16
Rule 17
Rule 18
Rule 19
Rule 20
Installation in Conformance with EMC Regulations
A noise suppression filter should always be placed close to the fault
source. The filter should be connected to the mounting plate etc. over a
large surface area. A bare metal mounting panel (e.g. manufactured
from stainless steel, galvanized steel) is best, as electrical contact is
established through the entire mounting surface. If the mounting panel
is painted, the paint has to be removed at the screw mounting points for
the frequency converter and the noise suppression filter to ensure good
electrical contact.
To limit the interference emission the cables between the filter output,
the line commutating reactor and the converter should be shielded.
The incoming and outgoing cables of the radio interference suppression
filter have to be spatially separated/isolated.
In order to limit the noise emitted, all variable-speed motors have to be
connected-up using shielded cables, with the shields being connected
to the respective housings at both ends in a low-inductive manner
(through the largest possible surface area). The motor feeder cables
also have to be shielded inside the cabinet or at least shielded using
grounded partitions. Suitable motor feeder cable e.g. Siemens
PROTOFLEX-EMV-CY (4 x 1.5 mm2 ... 4 x 120 mm2) with Cu shield.
Cables with steel shields are unsuitable.
A suitable PG gland with shield connection can be used at the motor to
connect the shield. It should also be ensured that there is a lowimpedance connection between the motor terminal box and the motor
housing. If required, connect-up using an additional grounding
conductor. Do not use plastic motor terminal boxes!
A line reactor has to be installed between the radio interference
suppression filter and the SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES.
The line supply cable has to be spatially separated from the motor
feeder cables, e.g. by grounded partitions.
The shield between the motor and SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES must
not be interrupted by the installation of components such as output
reactors, sinusoidal filters, dv/dt filters, fuses, contactors. The
components must be mounted on a mounting panel which
simultaneously serves as the shield connection for the incoming and
outgoing motor cables. Grounded partitions may be necessary to shield
the components.
In order to limit the radio interference (especially for limit value class
"First environment "), in addition to the line supply cable, all cables
externally connected to the cabinet must be shielded.
Examples of these basic rules:
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Cabinet 1
02.2008
Cabinet 2
Cabinet 3
Netz
*) Keep the radio interference
suppression filters away from
SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES
air discharge duct, e.g. by
mounting at another level
Netz
Rule
13
Rule
17
~
Rule
14
~
=
*)
*)
=
Rule 12
Control
Fig. 3.5.3
Rule
9, 10
Rule
4, 5, 7
Fig. 3.5.6
Rule
19
Fig 3.5.4
Rule 2
Z
Grounding rail
Fig. 3.5.2
Rule 16
Z
Rule 8
Fig. 6-1
Shield connection
Examples for applying the basic EMC rules
Connect at both ends to the
cabinet housing through the
largest possible surface area!
Shield rail
Cable retaining bar
Fig. 6-2
6-4
Connecting the motor cable shield where the cable enters the cabinet
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Installation in Conformance with EMC Regulations
PG gland
Motor terminal box
Fig. 6-3
Shield connection at the motor
The shield can be connected through a PG or metric gland (nickelplated brass) with a strain relief bar. Thus, the degree of protection IP
20 can be achieved.
For higher degrees of protection (up to IP 68), there are special PG
glands with shield connection, e.g.:
♦ SKINDICHT SHVE, Messrs. Lapp, Stuttgart
♦ UNI IRIS Dicht or UNI EMV Dicht, Messrs. Pflitsch, Hückeswagen
It is not permissible to use plastic motor terminal boxes!
Shield
clamp
Cable connector
Fig. 6-4
Connecting the signal cable shields for SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES
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02.2008
♦ Every SIMOVERT
MASTERDRIVES has shield
clamps to connect the signal
cable shields.
♦ For chassis units (sizes ≥ E),
the shields can be additionally
connected using cable
connectors at the shield
connecting locations.
Cable connector
Serrated bar
Connect serrated bars
at both ends to the
cabinet housing
through the largest
possible surface area!
Fig. 6-5
Intermediate terminals
Connecting signal cable shields in the cabinet
Wherever possible, intermediate terminals should not be used as they
reduce the shielding effect!
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7
DANGER
Connecting-up
Connecting-up
SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES units are operated at high voltages.
The equipment must be in a no-voltage condition (disconnected from
the supply) before any work is carried out!
Only professionally trained, qualified personnel must work on or with
the units.
Death, severe bodily injury or significant property damage could occur if
these warning instructions are not observed.
Hazardous voltages are still present in the unit up to 5 minutes after it
has been powered down due to the DC link capacitors. Thus, the
appropriate delay time must be observed before working on the unit or
on the DC link terminals.
The power terminals and control terminals can still be live even when
the motor is stationary.
If the DC link voltage is supplied centrally, the converters must be
reliably isolated from the DC link voltage!
When working on an opened unit, it should be observed that live
components (at hazardous voltage levels) can be touched (shock
hazard).
The user is responsible that all the units are installed and connected-up
according to recognized regulations in that particular country as well as
other regionally valid regulations. Cable dimensioning, fusing,
grounding, shutdown, isolation and overcurrent protection should be
particularly observed.
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Connecting-up
08.2008
PE3
Safe Stop (optional) X533
+
−
X3 DC link
busbars
SIEMENS
PMU
External DC24 V supply,
RS485 (USS) X100
X100
A
S1
Bus terminating resistor (USS) S1
Slot A
X101
B
Terminal strip X101
Slot B
X103 C
RS232 / RS485 (USS) X103
Terminal strip
X102
Encoder connection
X104
Motor connection X2
Shield connection for
control cables
Fig. 7-1
7-2
Shield
connection for
motor cable
Connection overview of units up to 90 mm wide
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Connecting-up
DC link bus module X3
Safe Stop (option) X533
+
−
PE3
SIEMENS
PMU
P
External DC24 V supply,
RS485 (USS) X100
Bus terminating
resistor (USS) S1
A
S1
Slot A
X101 B
Terminal strip X101
Slot B
X103 C
RS232/RS485 (USS) X103
Terminal strip
X102
Encoder connection
X104
Motor connection X2
Fig. 7-2
Connection overview of units 135 mm wide
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Connecting-up
08.2008
DC link bus module X3
Safe Stop (option) X533
+
−
PE3
SIEMENS
PMU
P
external DC24 V supply,
RS485 (USS) X100
A
S1
Bus terminating
resistor (USS) S1
Slot A
X101 B
Terminal strip X101
Slot B
X103 C
Terminal strip
X102
RS232/RS485 (USS) X103
Encoder connection
X104
Motor connection X2
Fig. 7-3
7-4
Connection overview of units 180 mm wide
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7.1
Connecting-up
Power connections
WARNING
Protective conductor
The protective conductor must be connected up both on the mains side
and on the motor side.
On account of leakage current through the interference-suppression
capacitors the following must be observed as per EN 50178
• A minimum cross-section of 10 mm2 Cu must be used or
• If supply connections with cross-sections less than 10 mm2 are
used, two protective conductors have to be connected up. The
cross-section of each of the protective conductors corresponds to
the cross-section of an outer conductor.
NOTE
7.1.1
If the unit is mounted on a grounded mounting surface via a conductive
connection, the protective conductor cross section can be the same as
that of the phase conductor. The function of the second protective
conductor is afforded by the grounded mounting surface.
Power connections for units with a width up to 90 mm
Protective
conductor
On top of the unit behind the DC link connection X3 is an extra
protective conductor connection in the form of a threaded M4 bolt.
This is used for connecting up the second protective conductor in
accordance with EN 50178.
X3 - DC link bus
module
The DC link bus module serves to supply the unit with electrical energy.
Bar
Designation
Meaning
Range
3
PE3
Protective conductor connection
2
D / L-
DC link voltge -
DC 510 - 650 V
1
C / L+
DC link voltage +
DC 510 - 650 V
Connectable cross-section: "Electro-plated copper" 3x10 mm, rounded
off according to DIN 46433 (EN 13601)
Bar 1 is at the front when installed.
Table 7-1
DC link busbars
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Connecting-up
X2 – Motor
connection
08.2008
The motor connection is located at the lower section of the unit.
PE2 U2 V2 W2
Terminal
Meaning
Range
PE2
Protective conductor connection
U2
Phase U2 / T1
3 AC 0 V - 480 V
V2
Phase V2 / T2
3 AC 0 V - 480 V
W2
Phase W2 / T3
3 AC 0 V - 480 V
Connectable cross-section: 4 mm² (AWG 10), stranded
Terminal PE2 is at the front when installed.
Table 7-2
Motor connection
The motor cables must be dimensioned in accordance with VDE 298,
Part 2.
After installation of the connector, the shield of the motor cable must be
fixed to the shield plate through a large surface area.
CAUTION
7-6
The connector has to be screwed firmly to the housing (providing
resistance to vibration and protecting against being inadvertently
withdrawn).
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Connecting-up
7.1.2
Power connections for units with a width of 135 mm and 180 mm
X3 - DC link bus
module
The DC link bus module serves to supply the unit with electrical energy.
Bar
Designation
Meaning
Range
3
PE3
Protective conductor connection
2
D / L-
DC link voltge -
DC 510 - 650 V
1
C / L+
DC link voltage +
DC 510 - 650 V
Connectable cross-section: "Electro-plated copper" 3x10 mm, rounded
off according to DIN 46433 (EN 13601)
Bar 1 is at the front when installed.
Table 7-3
X2 – Motor
connection ≤ 18 kW
PE
U2
V2
W2
DC link busbars
The motor connection is to a terminal block at the bottom of the unit.
Terminal
Meaning
Range
PE
Protective conductor connection
U2 / T1
Phase U2 / T1
3AC 0 V - 480 V
V2 / T2
Phase V2 / T2
3AC 0 V - 480 V
W2 / T3
Phase W2 / T3
3AC 0 V - 480 V
Connectable cross-section:
Housing width 135 mm: 10 mm² (AWG 8), stranded
Housing width 180 mm: 16 mm² (AWG 6), stranded
Viewed from the front, Terminal PE is at the left.
Table 7-4
X2 – Motor
connection ≥ 22 kW
U2
Motor connection
The motor connection is to a terminal block at the bottom of the unit.
Terminal
Meaning
Range
Protective conductor connection
V2 W2
U2 / T1
Phase U2 / T1
3AC 0 V - 480 V
V2 / T2
Phase V2 / T2
3AC 0 V - 480 V
W2 / T3
Phase W2 / T3
3AC 0 V - 480 V
Connectable cross-section:
Maximum cross-section: 50 mm² (AWG 1/0),
Minimum cross-section: 10 mm² (AWG 6)
Terminal PE is at bottom right on the shield.
Table 7-5
Motor connection
The motor cables must be dimensioned in accordance with VDE 298,
Part 2.
After installation of the connector, the shield of the motor cable must be
fixed to the shield plate through a large surface area.
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Connecting-up
7.2
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Control connections
Standard
connections
The basic version of the unit is provided with the following control
connections:
♦ external 24V supply, USS bus connection (RS485)
♦ serial interface for PC or OP1S
♦ control terminal strip.
WARNING
The device must be disconnected from its voltage supplies (24 V DC
electronics supply and mains voltage) before the control and encoder
leads are connected or disconnected!
Failure to observe this advice can result in encoder defects, which may
in turn cause uncontrolled axis movements.
WARNING
The external 24 V infeed and all circuits connected to the control
terminals must meet the requirements for safety separation as
stipulated in EN 50178 (PELV circuit = Protective Extra Low Voltage).
CAUTION
The external 24 V supply must be protected by an m.c.b. in order to
prevent the overloading of printed conductors / components in the
event of a device defect (e.g. a short circuit in the control electronics or
a wiring fault).
Fuse –F1,F2 m.c.b. 6 A , tripping characteristic C, Siemens 5SX2
106-7.
(For wiring information, see supplementary sheet supplied with rectifier
unit or converter and Fig. 7-4).
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Connecting-up
3AC
380 - 480 V
PELV power
supply
-F1
DC
24 V
-K1
-X9
2
1
U1 V1 W1
-X100
33
34
Control
electronics
Rectifier unit
-X100
33
34
Control
electronics
Inverter 1.1
-X100
33
34
Control
electronics
Inverter 1.2
-X100
33
34
-F2
Control
electronics
Inverter 1.3
-X100
33
34
Fig. 7-4
Control
electronics
Inverter 2.1
Sectional drive with rectifier unit and inverters
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Connecting-up
08.2008
Bus terminating resistor
ON
OFF
X100
24V
33
P24V
- +
External 24 V
supply
34
PELV
GND
PMU
X103
RS485P
35
Serial interface 2
(RS485)
UART
RS485N
Microcontroller
36
X101
Controller
1
2
M24
3
In
4
Bidirectional
digital inputs
and outputs
Iout ≤ 20 mA
Out
In
Out/In
5V
In
5
Out
In
24V
6
Outputs
Out
In
5V
8
In
5V
Analog output 1
10 bit + sign
U: I ≤ 5 mA
In
24V
Inputs
Analog input 1
(non-floating)
11 bit + sign
Rin = 60 kΩ
BOOT
4 bidirectional digital inputs/outputs
7
24V
Digital inputs
Ri = 3.4 kΩ
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Out
In
Out
RS485N.
RS232 TxD
P5V
Out
BOOT
RS485P.
RS232 RxD
n.c.
Aux. power
supply
60 mA
9
A
In
D
AI 1
Serial interface 1
(RS232)
10
D
A
AO 1
11
12
M
-10...+10 V
Slot A
Slot B
X102
Reference voltage
P10 V / N10 V
I ≤ 5 mA
Analog output 2
10 bit + sign
U: I ≤ 5 mA
I: 0...+20 mA
13
14
16
17
Digital input
Ri = 3.4 kΩ
19
X104
S4
1
D
A
AO 2
M
2
3
A
S3
D
4 5
Tacho M
-10...+10 V
0...+20 mA
In
AI 2
18
20
21
Fig. 7-5
7-10
N10
15
Analog input 2
(non-floating)
11 bit + sign
U: Rin = 60 kΩ
I: Rin = 250 Ω (close S3)
Floating contact switch
30 V / 0.5 A
P10
Track A
A
S
I
C
Track B
zero
Control
Tacho P24
5V
24V
HS1
In
Out
Mottemp BS
Mottemp
23
24
25
Pulse
encoder
I≤190 mA
26
27
28
29 Motor
temperature
30 sensor
KTY84 or
PTC thermistor
HS2
Overview of the standard connections
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Switch settings
Connecting-up
Switch
Meaning
S3 (4,5,6)
AI2: Switching between current/voltage input
•
Jumper 5,6
•
Voltage input
•
Jumper 4,5
•
Current input
(default setting)
S4 (1,2,3)
AO2: Switching between current/voltage output
•
Jumper 1,2
•
Voltage output
•
Jumper 2,3
•
Current output
(default setting)
To set switches S3 and S4 on units with a width of up to 90 mm, the
side wall has to be removed; on units with a width of more than 90 mm,
the front cover has to be removed. See Chapter 5.2 "Installing the
optional boards".
PBI
Fig. 7-6
Rear wall
Right-hand side wall open
CU
S3
S4
6
4
3
1
Setting of switches S3 and S4
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Connecting-up
X100 - external
DC24 V supply,
USS bus
33
34
35
36
08.2008
The 4-pole terminal strip serves to connect the external 24 V DC power
supply (supply from the supply unit or an AC/AC converter) and for
connecting a USS bus.
The USS bus connection is linked to the control electronics and the
9-pole Sub-D socket of the serial interface X103.
The bus terminating resistor can be switched in via switch S1 as
required. The bus termination is inactive when the switch is in the lower
position.
The termination has to be switched in whenever the unit is located at
one end of the USS bus.
Terminal
Designation
Significance
Range
33
+24 V (in)
24 V DC power supply
20 - 30 V
34
0V
Reference potential
0V
35
RS485P (USS)
USS bus connection
RS485
36
RS485N (USS)
USS bus connection
RS485
Connectable cross-section: 2.5 mm² (AWG 12)
Terminal 33 is at the top when installed.
Table 7-6
External 24 V supply, USS bus
The unit draws a current of 1 A from the 24 V power supply. When
optional boards are plugged in, this increases to a maximum of 1.6 A.
NOTICE
7-12
The RS485 interface can be operated either via -X100 or -X103.
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Connecting-up
X101 - Control
terminal strip
The following connections are provided on the control terminal strip:
♦ 4 combined digital inputs and outputs
♦ 2 additional digital inputs
♦ 1 analog input
♦ 1 analog output
♦ 24 V auxiliary voltage supply (max. 60 mA, output only!) for the
inputs.
WARNING
If the digital inputs are supplied by an external 24 V voltage supply, it
must be referred to ground terminal X101.2. Terminal X101.1 (P24
AUX) must not be connected to the external 24 V supply.
Terminal
Designation
Meaning
Range
1
P24 AUX
Aux. voltage supply
DC 24 V / 60 mA
2
M24 AUX
Reference potential
0V
3
DIO1
Digital input/output 1
24 V, 10 mA / 20 mA
4
DIO2
Digital input/output 2
24 V, 10 mA / 20 mA
5
DIO3
Digital input/output 3
24 V, 10 mA / 20 mA
6
DIO4
Digital input/output 4
24 V, 10 mA / 20 mA
7
DI5
Digital input 5
24 V, 10 mA
8
DI6
Digital input 6
24 V, 10 mA
9
AI+
Analog input +
11 bit + sign
differential input:
10
AI−
Analog input −
± 10 V / Ri = 40 kΩ
11
AO
Analog output
10 bit + sign
± 10 V / 5 mA
12
M AO
Ground analog output
Connectable cross-section: 0.14 mm² to 1.5 mm² (AWG 16)
Terminal 1 is at the top when installed.
Table 7-7
Control terminal strip X101
In the case of digital inputs, levels below 3 V are interpreted as low and
levels above 13 V as high.
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Connecting-up
X102 Control terminal
strip
08.2008
♦ 10 V auxiliary voltage (max. 5 mA) for supplying external
potentiometers
♦ Analog output, suitable for use as current or voltage output
♦ 1 analog input, suitable for use as current or voltage input
♦ 1 additional digital input
♦ 1 floating NO contact
Terminal
Designation
Meaning
Range
13
P10 V
+ 10 V supply for ext.
potentiometers
+ 10 V ± 1.3 %
Imax = 5 mA
14
N10 V
− 10 V supply for ext.
potentiometers
− 10 V ± 1.3 %
Imax = 5 mA
15
AO2
Analog output 2
10 bit + sign
Voltage:
16
M AO2
Ground for analog output 2
± 10 V / Imax = 5 mA
Current:
0...20 mA R ≤ 500 Ω
17
AI2
Analog input 2
11 bit + sign
Voltage:
18
M AI2
Ground for analog input 2
± 10 V / Ri = 60 kΩ
Current:
Rin = 250 Ω
19
DI7
Digital input 7
24 V, 10 mA
20
HS1
NO contact
DC 30 V / max. 0.5 A
21
HS2
(floating)
Minimum load 7 mA
Connectable cross-section: 0.14 mm2 to 1.5 mm2 (AWG 16)
Table 7-8
7-14
Control terminal strip X102
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Connecting-up
X103 - Serial
interface
9
5
6
1
It is possible to connect either an OP1S or a PC with RS232 or RS485
serial interface via the 9-pole SUB D socket. There are different
connecting cables for the PC for the various transmission protocols.
The 9-pole SUB D socket is internally coupled with the USS bus, thus
enabling data exchange with other nodes linked via the USS bus.
This interface is also used for loading software.
Pin
Designation
Meaning
Range
1
RS232 ID
Changeover to RS232 protocol
Low active
2
RS232 RxD
Receive data via RS232
RS232
3
RS485 P
Data via RS485 interface
RS485
4
Boot
Control signal for software update
Low active
5
M5 AUX
Reference potential to P5V
0V
6
P5V
5 V aux. voltage supply
+5 V, max. 200 mA
7
RS232 TxD
Transmit data via RS232
RS232
8
RS485 N
Data via RS485 interface
RS485
9
M_RS232/485
Digital ground (choked)
Table 7-9
Serial interface
NOTICE
The RS485 interface can be operated either via -X100 or -X103.
X104 –
Control terminal
strip
The control terminal strip includes a connection for a pulse generator
(HTL unipolar) and the motor temperature evaluation circuit with KTY or
PTC.
Terminal
Designation
Meaning
23
− VPP
Ground for power supply
24
Track A
Connection track A
25
Track B
Connection track B
26
Zero pulse
not evaluated
27
CTRL
Connection control track
28
+ VPP
Pulse generator power
supply
29
− Temp
Minus (−) terminal
KTY84/PTC
30
+ Temp
Plus (+) terminal
KTY84/PTC
Range
HTL unipolar;
L ≤ 3 V, H ≥ 8 V
24 V
Imax = 190 mA
KTY84: 0...200 °C
PTC: Rcold ≤ 1.5 kΩ
Connectable cross-section: 0.14 mm2 to 1.5 mm2 (AWG 16)
Table 7-10
Control terminal strip X104
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X533 - Safe stop
option
Using the "safe stop" option, it is possible to interrupt the gating signals
to the power section by means of a safety relay. This ensures that the
unit will definitely not generate a rotating field in the connected motor.
Even if the control electronics generates trigger commands, the power
section cannot move the motor.
The "safe stop" function is a "device for the prevention of unexpected
starting" in accordance with EN 60204-1, Section 5.4, and meets the
requirements of Safety Category 3 to EN 954-1 by virtue of appropriate
external protective circuitry.
DANGER
The "safe stop" function does not electrically isolate the motor from the
power section, i.e. the motor terminals are still at hazardous voltage
when the function is active!
The safe stop function is not suitable for bringing a rotating motor to a
quick halt as by de-energizing the trigger signals, the motor is only
braked by the connected load.
The motor cannot produce a torque when the "safe stop" function is
activated. Where external forces are applied to the drive axes or with
drives that are not self-arresting (e.g. vertical axes), additional holding
devices, e.g. brakes, are required.
A residual risk cannot be precluded in the case of two simultaneous
errors in the power section. In this case, the drive can be aligned by a
small angle of rotation (asynchronous motors: Max. 1 slot pitch in the
remanence range, corresponding to about 5° to 15°).
NOTE
The products described here have been developed to perform safetyrelated functions as part of a complete system or machine. A complete,
safety-related system generally includes sensors, evaluation units,
signaling devices and strategies for safe shutdown. The manufacturer
of an installation or machine is responsible for providing an appropriate
overall safety system. Siemens AG, its regional offices and associated
companies (referred to as "Siemens" below) cannot guarantee all the
characteristics of a complete installation or machine that has not been
designed by Siemens.
Siemens shall not be liable for recommendations that are made or
implied as a result of the following description. No new warranty or
liability claims over and above those stated in the Siemens general
delivery conditions can be inferred from the following description.
7-16
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Connecting-up
The safe stop option comprises the safety relay and the connecting
terminals for relay triggering and a checkback contact.
X533
Terminal
Designation
Meaning
Range
1
Contact 1
Checkback "safe stop"
DC 20 V – 30 V
2
Contact 2
Checkback "safe stop"
1A
3
Control input
"safe stop"
Rated resistance of field coil
≥ 823 Ω ± 10 % at 20 °C
4
P24 DC
Supply voltage "safe stop"
DC 20 V – 30 V
max. operating
frequency: 6/min
DC 24 V /
30 mA
Connectable cross-section: 1.5 mm² (AWG 16)
Table 7-11
Terminal assignment for the "safe stop" option
The field coil of the safety relay is connected at one end to the
grounded electronics frame. When the field coil is supplied via an
external 24 V supply, its negative pole must be connected to ground
potential. The external 24 V supply must comply with the requirements
for PELV circuits to EN 50178 (DIN VDE 0160).
In the shipped state, a jumper is inserted between terminals 3 and 4.
The jumper must be removed before the "SAFE STOP" function can be
used and an external control for selecting the function connected.
If the safety relay is supplied via the internal supply at X533:4, the
external 24 V supply must deliver at least 22 V at terminal X9:1/2 to
ensure that the relay picks up reliably (internal voltage drop).
Terminal strip
- X533
1 2 3 4
P15
Optocoupler /
fibre optics
supply
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The checkback contacts of the safety relay are capable of at least
100,000 switching cycles at the specified load (30 V DC / 1 A). The
mechanical service life is about 106 switching cycles. The safety relay is
an important component in ensuring reliability and availability of the
machine. For this reason, the pcb with the safety relay must be
replaced in the case of malfunction. In this case, the unit must be
returned for repair or replaced. Function checks must be carried out at
regular intervals, which must be defined in compliance with Employer's
Liability Insurance Regulation BGV A3 §39, para. 3. Accordingly,
function checks must be performed as required by the relevant service
conditions, but at least once a year and additionally after initial
commissioning and any modification and/or maintenance work.
P24
Request protective
device enable
S2
open
K2
-Y1
Emerg.
stop
closed
-S1
Mains
K2
Main switch
A1
Y10 Y11 Y12
Y21 Y22
13
23
31
47
57
A1
3TK2828
Y33 Y34
PE
A2
Y10 Y11 Y12
Y21 Y22
13
23
31
47
3TK2828
14
24
32
48
58
Y33 Y34
PE A2
-Q1
57
K1
14
24
32
48
58
Reset
S3
K1
X533
1
2
4
3
U1 V1 W1
Option K80
P24
PV
M
X101
X
Y
OFF3
n=0
-Cu control
board
-K1
-K2
OFF1
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U2 V2 W2
M
X: Binary input, connect to OFF3
e. g. X101.8 --> P558 = 21
Y: Binary output, connect to "Comparison value
reached"
e. g. X101.6 --> P654 = 120; P796 = 0 (comparison value)
Fig. 7-7
7-18
3
M
Sample application of "safe stop" function with contactor safety
combination for monitoring a moving protective device in Safety Category
3 to EN 954-1
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Connecting-up
All external cables relevant to the safety function are protected, e.g.
installed in cable ducts, to preclude the possibility of short circuits.
Cables must be installed in compliance with the requirements of
EN 60204-1, Section 14.
In the circuit shown in Fig. 7-7, the tumbler does not release the moving
protective device until the drive has stopped. It may be possible to omit
the tumbler if the risk assessment of the machine deems this to be
safe. In this case, the NC contact of the protective device is connected
directly to terminals Y11 and Y12 and electromagnet Y1 is omitted.
Binary input X is negated with signal "OFF3", i.e. at 24 V, the converter
decelerates the motor to zero speed along the parameterized
deceleration ramp. The converter signals zero speed via binary output
Y, thus energizing relay K2.
Once the motor has stopped, the safety relay in the converter is opened
and the coil of main contactor K1 remains at 24 V via the checkback
contact. If contacts in the safety relay are sticking, the checkback
contacts do not close and the safety combination on the right
deenergizes main contactor K1 via delayed contacts 47/48 when the
set delay period expires.
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Connecting-up
7.3
08.2008
Conductor cross-sections, fuses, reactors
Protective
conductor
If the unit is mounted conductively on a grounded mounting surface, the
cross section of the protective conductor can be the same as that of the
phase conductor.
WARNING
In the case of insulated installation on units up to 90 mm wide, a
second protective conductor (with the same cross section as the line
conductor) must be connected to ground (M4 threaded bolts on the top
of the unit next to the mains terminal).
Motor cable
For cross-sections and leads, see catalog Vector Control SIMOVERT
MASTERDRIVES VC or IEC 60 204-1: 1997/1998.
7.4
Combinations of units
For simple configuration of multi-axis drives, one or several Compact
PLUS DC/AC inverters can be fed from the DC link of the Compact
PLUS AC/AC converters.
WARNING
The total drive power of the inverters must not exceed the drive power
of the converter. A simultaneity factor of 0.8 applies here.
For example, a 4 kW inverter and a 1.5 kW inverter can be connected
to a converter with a drive power of 5.5 kW by a common DC bus.
The line-side components are rated according to the total power of all
converters and inverters. In the case of a multi-axis drive from one
5.5 kW converter, one 4 kW inverter and one 1.5 kW inverter, the lineside components must be rated for an 11 kW converter. If the total
power does not exactly equal that of one converter, then the line-side
components must be dimensioned according to the next-higher
converter power.
NOTICE
7-20
If more than two inverters are connected to the DC bus of a converter,
an external DC 24 V supply must be provided for these inverters. Only
one further inverter can be connected to the 24 V voltage output in the
case of a converter with a housing width of 45 mm.
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8
Parameterization
Parameterization
It is possible to parameterize the units of the SIMOVERT
MASTERDRIVES series by various methods of parameter input. Every
unit can be set via the dedicated parameterizing unit (PMU) without the
need to use additional components.
Each unit is supplied with the user software DriveMonitor and
comprehensive electronic documentation on a DVD. In the case of
installation on a standard PC the units can be parameterized via the
serial interface of the PC. The software provides extensive parameter
aids and a prompted start-up function.
The unit can be further parameterized by entering parameters with the
OP1S manual operator panel and via a controller at the field bus level
(e.g. Profibus).
8.1
Parameter menus
Parameters with related functions are compiled in menus for structuring
the parameter set stored in the units. A menu thus represents a
selection out of the entire supply of parameters of the unit.
It is possible for one parameter to belong to several menus. The
parameter list indicates which individual menus a parameter belongs to.
Assignment is effected via the menu number allocated to each menu.
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Parameterization
P60
09.2009
Menu level 1
Select via
P60 Menu Select
Menu level 2
(only on OP1S)
Menu level 3
(only on OP1S)
User parameters
General parameters
SCom1/SCom2
Terminals
Field bus interfaces
Communication
SIMOLINK
Control and status words
SCB/SCI
Parameter menu
Setpoint channel
Motor data
Motor/encoder
Fixed settings
Encoder data
Control/gating unit
Position control
Quick
parameterization
Speed control
Current control
Sequence control
Board
configuration
V/f open-loop control
Gating unit
Drive setting
Download
Diagnostics
Upread/free access
Functions
Faults/alarms
Messages/displays
Trace
Power section
definition
Releases
Basic positioner 1)
Synchronism
1)
Positioning
1)
Free blocks
Technology 1)
Setting up/MDI 1)
By entering a password in P359,
access to the menus in the gray
shaded area can be prohibited to
unauthorized persons
1) only MASTERDRIVES Motion Control
P358 Key
Fig. 8-1
8-2
P359 Lock
Parameter menus
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Parameterization
Menu levels
The parameter menus have several menu levels. The first level
contains the main menus. These are effective for all sources of
parameter inputs (PMU, OP1S, DriveMonitor, field bus interfaces).
The main menus are selected in parameter P60 Menu Selection.
Examples:
P060 = 0
"User parameters" menu selected
P060 = 1
"Parameter menu" selected
...
P060 = 8
"Power section definition" menu selected
Menu levels 2 and 3 enable the parameter set to be more extensively
structured. They are used for parameterizing the units with the OP1S
operator control panel.
Main menus
P060
Menu
Description
0
User parameters
•
Freely configurable menu
1
Parameter menu
•
Contains complete parameter set
•
More extensive structure of the functions achieved by using
an OP1S operator control panel
2
Fixed settings
•
Used to perform a parameter reset to a factory or user setting
3
Quick
parameterization
•
Used for quick parameterization with parameter modules
•
When selected, the unit switches to status 5 "Drive setting"
Board configuration
•
Used for configuring the optional boards
•
When selected, the unit switches to status 4 "Board
configuration"
•
Used for detailed parameterization of important motor,
encoder and control data
•
When selected, the unit switches to status 5 "Drive setting"
•
Used to download parameters from an OP1S, a PC or an
automation unit
•
When selected, the unit switches to status 21 "Download"
•
Contains the complete parameter set and is used for free
access to all parameters without being restricted by further
menus
•
Enables all parameters to be upread/upload by an OP1S, PC
or automation unit
•
Used to define the power section (only necessary for units of
the Compact and chassis type)
•
When selected, the unit switches to status 0 "Power section
definition"
4
5
6
7
8
Drive setting
Download
Upread/free access
Power section
definition
Table 8-1
Main menus
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Parameterization
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User parameters
In principle, parameters are firmly assigned to the menus. However, the
"User parameters" menu has a special status. Parameters assigned to
this menu are not fixed, but can be changed. You are thus able to put
together the parameters required for your application in this menu and
structure them according to your needs. The user parameters can be
selected via P360 (Select UserParam).
Lock and key
In order to prevent undesired parameterization of the units and to
protect your know-how stored in the parameterization, it is possible to
restrict access to the parameters by defining your own passwords with
the parameters:
♦ P358 key and
♦ P359 lock.
8-4
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8.2
Parameterization
Changeability of parameters
The parameters stored in the units can only be changed under certain
conditions. The following preconditions must be satisfied before
parameters can be changed:
Preconditions
Remarks
•
Either a function parameter or a BICO
parameter must be involved (identified
by upper-case letters in the parameter
number).
Visualization parameters
(identified by lower-case letters
in the parameter number)
cannot be changed.
•
Parameter access must be granted for
the source from which the parameters
are to be changed.
Release is given in P053
Parameter access.
•
A menu must be selected in which the
parameter to be changed is contained.
The menu assignment is
indicated in the parameter list
for every parameter.
•
The unit must be in a status which
permits parameters to be changed.
The statuses in which it is
possible to change parameters
are specified in the parameter
list.
Table 8-2
NOTE
Examples
Preconditions for being able to change parameters
The current status of the units can be interrogated in parameter r001.
Status (r001)
P053
Result
"Ready for ON" (09)
2
P222 Src n(act) can only be changed via the PMU
"Ready for ON" (09)
6
P222 Src n(act) can be changed via the PMU and
SCom1 (e.g. OP1S)
"Operation" (14)
6
P222 Src n(act) cannot be changed on account of
the drive status
Table 8-3
Influence of drive status (r001) and parameter access (P053) on the
changeability of a parameter
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Parameterization
8.3
09.2009
Parameter input with DriveMonitor
NOTE
Please refer to the online help for detailed information on
DriveMonitor (
button or F1 key).
8.3.1
Installation and connection
8.3.1.1
Installation
A DVD is included with the devices of the MASTERDRIVES Series
when they are delivered. The operating tool supplied on the DVD
(DriveMonitor) is automatically installed from this DVD. If "automatic
notification on change" is activated for the DVD drive on the PC, user
guidance starts when you insert the DVD and takes you through
installation of DriveMonitor. If this is not the case, start file
"Autoplay.exe" in the root directory of the DVD.
8.3.1.2
Connection
RS232 interface
There are two ways of connecting a PC to a device of the SIMOVERT
MASTERDRIVES Series via the USS interface. The devices of the
SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES Series have both an RS232 and an
RS485 interface.
The serial interface that PCs are equipped with by default functions as
an RS232 interface. This interface is not suitable for bus operation and
is therefore only intended for operation of a SIMOVERT
MASTERDRIVES device.
1
6
7
8
9
2
8
4
9
5
Fig. 8-2
8-6
7
3
To PC COMx
socket
NOTICE
6
1
2
3
4
5
X300:
1 Ground
2 RxD (RS232)
3 Rx+/Tx+ (RS485)
4
5 Ground
6 +5V (OP1S)
7 TxD (RS232)
8 Rx-/Tx- (RS485)
9 Ground
Device side
-X300 (compact PLUS -X103)
9-pin SUB-D connector
Connecting cable for connecting PC COM(1-4) to SIMOVERT
MASTERDRIVES X300
DriveMonitor must not be operated via the Sub-D socket X300 if the
SST1 interface parallel to it is already being used for another purpose,
e.g. bus operation with SIMATIC as the master.
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RS485 interface
The RS485 interface is multi-point capable and therefore suitable for
bus operation. You can use it to connect 31 SIMOVERT
MASTERDRIVES with a PC. On the PC, either an integrated RS485
interface or an RS232 ↔ RS485 interface converter is necessary. On
the device, an RS485 interface is integrated into the -X300 (compact
PLUS -X103) connection. For the cable: see pin assignment -X300 and
device documentation of the interface converter.
8.3.2
Establishing the connection between DriveMonitor and the device
8.3.2.1
Setting the USS interface
You can configure the interface with menu Tools Æ ONLINE Settings.
Fig. 8-3
Online settings
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The following settings (Fig. 8-6) are possible:
♦ Tab card "Bus Type", options
USS (operation via serial interface)
Profibus DP (only if DriveMonitor is operated under Drive ES).
♦ Tab card "Interface"
You can enter the required COM interface of the PC (COM1 to
COM4) and the required baudrate here.
NOTE
Set the baudrate to the baudrate parameterized in SIMOVERT
MASTERDRIVES (P701) (factory setting 9600 baud).
Further settings: operating mode of the bus in RS485 operation;
setting according to the description of the interface converter
RS232/RS485
♦ Tab card "Extended"
Request retries and Response timeout; here you can increase the
values already set if communication errors occur frequently.
Fig. 8-4
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Starting the USS bus scan
DriveMonitor starts with an empty drive window. Via the menu "Set up
an ONLINE connection..." the USS bus can be scanned for connected
devices:
Fig. 8-5
NOTE
Starting the USS bus scan
The "Set up an online connection” menu is only valid from Version 5.2
onwards.
Fig. 8-6
Search for online drives
During the search the USS bus is scanned with the set baudrate only.
The baud rate can be changed via "Tools Æ ONLINE Settings", see
section 8.3.2.1.
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Creating a parameter set
With menu FileÆ New Æ... you can create a new drive for
parameterization (see Fig. 8-7). The system creates a download file
(*.dnl), in which the drive characteristic data (type, device version) are
stored. You can create the download file on the basis of an empty
parameter set or the factory setting.
Fig. 8-7
Creating a new drive
Based on factory setting:
♦ The parameter list is preassigned with the factory setting values
Empty parameter set:
♦ For compilation of individually used parameters
If the parameters of a parameter set that has already been created
have to be changed, this can be done by calling the corresponding
download file via the “FileÆ Open” menu function. The last four drives
can be opened via “Parameter sets last dealt with”.
When you create a new drive, the window "Drive Properties" (Fig. 8-8)
opens. Here you must enter the following data:
♦ In dropdown list box "Device type", select the type of device (e.g.
MASTERDRIVES MC). You can only select the devices stored.
♦ In dropdown list box "Device version", you can select the software
version of the device. You can generate databases for (new)
software versions that are not listed when you start online
parameterization.
♦ You must only specify the bus address of the drive during online
operation (switchover with button Online/Offline)
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NOTE
Parameterization
The specified bus address must be the same as that of the
parameterized SST bus address in SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES
(P700).
No bus address is assigned to the drive with the button "Disconnect
network connection".
NOTE
Field "Number of PCD" has no special significance for the
parameterization of MASTERDRIVES and should be left at "2".
If the value is changed, it must be/remain ensured that the setting value
in the program matches the value in parameter P703 of the drive at all
times.
Fig. 8-8
Create file; Drive properties
After confirming the drive properties with ok you have to enter the name
and storage location of the download file to be created.
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8.3.3
Parameterization
8.3.3.1
Structure of the parameter lists, parameterization with DriveMonitor
Parameterization using the parameter list is basically the same as
parameterization using PMU (See Section 8.4). The parameter list
provides the following advantages:
♦ Simultaneous visibility of a larger number of parameters
♦ Text display for parameter names, index number, index text,
parameter value, binectors, and connectors
♦ On a change of parameters: Display of parameter limits or possible
parameter values
The parameter list has the following structure:
Field
No.
Field Name
Function
1
P. Nr
Here the parameter number is displayed. You can only change the field in
menu Free parameterization.
2
Name
Display of the parameter name, in accordance with the parameter list
3
Ind
Display of the parameter index for indexed parameters. To see more than
index 1, click on the [+] sign. The display is then expanded and all indices of
the parameter are displayed
4
Index text
Meaning of the index of the parameter
5
Parameter
value
Display of the current parameter value. You can change this by doubleclicking on it or selecting and pressing Enter.
6
Dim
Physical dimension of the parameter, if there is one
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With buttons Offline, Online (RAM), Online (EEPROM) (Fig. 8-9 [1]) you
can switch modes. When you switch to online mode, device
identification is performed. If the configured device and the real device
do not match (device type, software version), an alarm appears. If an
unknown software version is recognized, the option of creating the
database is offered. (This process takes several minutes.)
1
2
Fig. 8-9
Drive window/parameter list
The DriveMonitor drive window has a directory tree for navigation
purposes (Fig. 8-9 [2]). You can deselect this additional operating tool
in menu View - Parameter selection.
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The drive window contains all elements required for the
parameterization and operation of the connected device. In the lower
bar, the status of the connection with the device is displayed:
Connection and device ok
Connection ok, device in fault state
Connection ok, device in alarm state
Device is parameterized offline
No connection with the device can be established (only offline
parameterization possible).
NOTE
8-14
If no connection with the device can be established because the device
does not physically exist or is not connected, you can perform offline
parameterization. To do so, you have to change to offline mode. In that
way, you can create an individually adapted download file, which you
can load into the device later.
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Drive Navigator
Parameterization
This is used to quickly access important functions of the DriveMonitor.
Settings for Drive Navigator under Tools -> Options (Fig. 8-11):
Fig. 8-10
Drive Navigator
Fig. 8-11
Options menu display
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Toolbar of the Drive Navigator
8-16
=
Assisted commissioning
=
Direct to parameter list
=
General diagnostics
=
Save drive parameters to a file
=
Download parameter file to drive
=
Load standard application
=
Assisted F01 technology COMM
=
Basic positioner operating screens
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General diagnostics
Via the Diagnostics Æ General diagnostics menu the following window
opens. This window gives a general overview of the active warnings
and faults and their history. Both the warning and the fault number as
well as plain text are displayed.
Fig. 8-12
General diagnostics
Via the Extended Diagnostics button you can reach the next
diagnostics window.
Fig. 8-13
Extended diagnostics
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Parameter input via the PMU
The PMU parameterizing unit enables parameterization, operator
control and visualization of the converters and inverters directly on the
unit itself. It is an integral part of the basic units. It has a four-digit
seven-segment display and several keys.
The PMU is used with preference for parameterizing simple
applications requiring a small number of set parameters, and for quick
parameterization.
PMU in units of the
Compact PLUS type
Seven-segment display for:
Drive statuses
Alarms and faults
Parameter numbers
Raise key
Lower key
Toggle key
Parameter indices
Parameter values
Fig. 8-14
8-18
PMU in units of the Compact PLUS type
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Key
Significance
Toggle key
Raise key
Lower key
Hold toggle key
and depress raise
key
Hold toggle key
and depress lower
key
Table 8-4
Function
•
For switching between parameter number, parameter index
and parameter value in the indicated sequence (command
becomes effective when the key is released)
•
If fault display is active: For acknowledging the fault
For increasing the displayed value:
•
Short press = single-step increase
•
Long press = rapid increase
For lowering the displayed value:
•
Short press = single-step decrease
•
Long press = rapid decrease
•
If parameter number level is active: For jumping back and forth
between the last selected parameter number and the
operating display (r000)
•
If fault display is active: For switching over to parameter
number level
•
If parameter value level is active: For shifting the displayed
value one digit to the right if parameter value cannot be
displayed with 4 figures (left-hand figure flashes if there are
any further invisible figures to the left)
•
If parameter number level is active: For jumping directly to
operating display (r000)
•
If parameter value level is active: For shifting the displayed
value one digit to the left if the parameter value cannot be
displayed with 4 figures (right-hand figure flashes if there are
any further invisible figures to the right)
Operator control elements of the PMU (Compact PLUS type)
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Toggle key
(P key)
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As the PMU only has a four-digit seven-segment display, the 3
descriptive elements of a parameter
♦ Parameter number,
♦ Parameter index (if the parameter is indexed) and
♦ Parameter value
cannot be displayed at the same time. For this reason, you have to
switch between the individual descriptive elements by depressing the
toggle key. After the desired level has been selected, adjustment can
be made using the raise key or the lower key.
With the toggle key, you can change
over:
•
from the parameter number to the
parameter index
•
from the parameter index to the
parameter value
•
from the parameter value to the
parameter number
Parameter number
P
P
Parameter
value
Parameter
index
P
If the parameter is not indexed, you
can jump directly from the parameter
number to the parameter value.
NOTE
If you change the value of a parameter, this change generally becomes
effective immediately. It is only in the case of acknowledgement
parameters (marked in the parameter list by an asterisk ‘ * ’) that the
change does not become effective until you change over from the
parameter value to the parameter number.
Parameter changes made using the PMU are always safely stored in
the EEPROM (protected in case of power failure) once the toggle key
has been depressed.
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Example
The following example shows the individual operator control steps to be
carried out on the PMU for a parameter reset to factory setting.
Set P053 to 0002 and grant parameter access via PMU
P053
∇
Ê
Ì
0000
Ê
∇
P Ì
Ê
Ì
0001
Ê
0002
P Ì
P053
Select P060
∇
Ê
Ì
P053
P060
Set P060 to 0002 and select "Fixed settings" menu
Ê
P060
∇
P Ì
Ê
Ì
1
Ê
P Ì
2
P060
Select P970
P060
∇
Ê
Ì
P970
...
Set P970 to 0000 and start parameter reset
Ê
P970
P Ì
Ê
1
∇ Ì
Ê
0
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8.5
Parameter input via the OP1S
8.5.1
General
The operator control panel (OP1S) is an optional input/output device
which can be used for parameterizing and starting up the units. Plaintext displays greatly facilitate parameterization.
The OP1S has a non-volatile memory and can permanently store
complete sets of parameters. It can therefore be used for archiving sets
of parameters. The parameter sets must be read out (upread) from the
units first. Stored parameter sets can also be transferred (downloaded)
to other units.
The OP1S and the unit to be operated communicate with each other via
a serial interface (RS485) using the USS protocol. During
communication, the OP1S assumes the function of the master whereas
the connected units function as slaves.
The OP1S can be operated at baud rates of 9.6 kBd and 19.2 kBd, and
is capable of communicating with up to 32 slaves (addresses 0 to 31). It
can therefore be used both in a point-to-point link (e.g. during initial
parameterization) and within a bus configuration.
The plain-text displays can be shown in one of five different languages
(German, English, Spanish, French, Italian). The language is chosen by
selecting the relevant parameter for the slave in question.
Order numbers
8-22
Components
Order Number
OP1S
6SE7090-0XX84-2FK0
Connecting cable 3 m
6SX7010-0AB03
Connecting cable 5 m
6SX7010-0AB05
Adapter for installation in cabinet door incl. 5 m cable
6SX7010-0AA00
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8.2 A 25 V
00
# 100.000 min-1
* 100.000 min-1
Run
LED red
LED green
LCD (4 lines x 16 characters)
9-pole SUB-D connector
on rear of unit
Fault
Run
Reversing key
ON key
I
OFF key
O
Raise key
Lower key
P
Key for toggling between control levels
Jog key
Jog
7
8
9
4
5
6
1
2
3
0
+/-
Reset
0 to 9: number keys
Reset key (acknowledge)
Sign key
Fig. 8-15
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8.5.2
Connecting, run-up
8.5.2.1
Connecting
The OP1S can be connected to the units in the following ways:
♦ Connection via 3 m or 5 m cable (e.g. as a hand-held input device
for start-up)
♦ Connection via cable and adapter for installation in a cabinet door
♦ Plugging into MASTERDRIVES Compact units (for point-to-point
linking or bus configuration)
♦ Plugging into MASTERDRIVES Compact PLUS units (for bus
configuration)
The cable is plugged into the Sub D socket X103 on units of the
Compact PLUS type and into Sub D socket X300 on units of the
Compact and chassis type.
Connection via
cable
100.0A 380.0V 00
#-300.000Hz
*-300.000Hz
Betrieb
Fault
Run
I
O
P
S IE ME NS
USS-Bus
Jog
7
4
8
5
9
6
1
2
3
0
+/-
Reset
P
A
S1
US
OP1S
S
Connecting cable
via
5
4
3
2
1
X103 C
Unit side:
9-pole SUB-D socket
9-pole SUB-D connector
Plugging onto
Compact PLUS
rectifier unit
8-24
9
8
7
6
OP1S side:
Fig. 8-16
X101 B
5
48
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
RS
9
8
Example: The OP1S in a point-to-point link with the Compact PLUS unit
On the Compact PLUS rectifier unit, you can plug the OP1S onto the
Sub D socket X320 and lock it in place on the front cover.
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USS bus
on X100
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Failure
Chopper
active
OP1S mounted
on rectifier unit
A
X100
S1
A
S1
A
S1
A
S1
A
A
A
S1
S1
S1
B
X101 B
X101 B
X101
X103 C
X103 C
X103 C
X103 C
100.0A 380.0V zz
#-300.000Hz
*-300.000Hz
Betrieb
Fault
Run
X101 B
X101
B
X103 C
X103 C
X101
B
X101
B
I
O
P
USS-Bus
Jog
CM
7
8
9
4
5
6
1
2
3
0
+/-
Reset
Rect.Unit
Fig. 8-17
NOTE
8.5.2.2
Inv
Inv
X103 C
Inv
Inv
Inv
Inv
Inv
Example: The OP1S during bus configuration with Compact PLUS units
During bus operation, the Compact PLUS rectifier unit is only for
mechanically restraining the OP1S and for connecting the bus to the
inverters. It does not function as a slave.
Run-up
After the power supply for the unit connected to the OP1S has been
turned on or after the OP1S has been plugged into a unit which is
operating, there is a run-up phase.
NOTICE
The OP1S must not be plugged into the Sub D socket if the SCom1
interface parallel to the socket is already being used elsewhere, e.g.
bus operation with SIMATIC as the master.
NOTE
In the as-delivered state or after a reset of the parameters to the factory
setting with the unit's own control panel, a point-to-point link can be
adopted with the OP1S without any further preparatory measures.
When a bus system is started up with the OP1S, the slaves must first
be configured individually. The plugs of the bus cable must be removed
for this purpose.
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Parameterizing Steps
NOTE
For a detailed description of the parameters of the unit, please refer to
Section 6 "Parameterizing steps" of the Compendium.
Detailed
parameterization
Detailed parameterization should always be used in cases where the
exact application conditions of the units are not known beforehand and
detailed parameter adjustments need to be made locally, e.g. on initial
start-up.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Power section definition (P060 = 8)
Board definition
(P060 = 4, see Compendium, section 6.3.2)
Drive definition
(P060 = 5)
Function adjustment.
Supply
conditions
Power sections
CUVP
Optional
boards
Motor
As-delivered state
Power section definition
(P060 = 8)
Function adjustment
Parameterizing with user settings (fixed setting, P060 = 2)
Factory settings (parameter reset) (P060 = 2)
Parameterizing with existing parameter files (download, P060 = 6)
Parameterizing with parameter modules(quick parameterization, P060 = 3)
Fig. 9-1
Procedures for
quick parameterization
Drive setting
(P060 = 5)
Board configuration
(P060 = 4)
Detailed
parameterization
Motor
encoder
Detailed and quick parameterization
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Parameter reset to factory setting
The factory setting is the defined initial state of all parameters of a unit.
The units are delivered with this setting.
You can restore this initial state at any time by resetting the parameters
to the factory setting, thus canceling all parameter changes made since
the unit was delivered.
The parameters for defining the power section and for releasing the
technology options and the operating hours counter and fault memory
are not changed by a parameter reset to factory setting.
Parameter number
Parameter name
P070
Order No. 6SE70..
P072
Rtd Drive Amps
P073
Rtd Drive Power
P366
Select FactSet
Table 9-1
NOTE
Parameter factory settings which are dependent on converter or motor
parameters are marked with '(~)' in the block diagrams.
Grant parameter access
27 hex: Changing parameters is permitted via PMU, serial
interface SCom1 / SCom2 (OP1S) and
Communication Board (e.g. CBP2 - PROFIBUS).
Select "Fixed settings" menu
P053 = 27 hex
P060 = 2
Select desired factory setting
0: Standard with PMU, setpoint via MOP (BICO1)
P366 = 0
P970 = 0
Unit carries out parameter
reset and then leaves the
"Fixed settings" menu
Start parameter reset
0: Parameter reset
1: No parameter change
Fig. 9-2
9-2
Parameters which are not changed by the factory setting
Sequence for parameter reset to factory setting
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Factory settings
dependent on P366
Parameters
dependent
on
P366
Designation of the
parameter on the
OP1S
Factory setting with
PMU
P366 = 0
(Src = Source)
BICO1 (i001)
BICO2 (i002)
P443
Src MainSetpoint
MOP (Input)
(KK058)
Current fixed setpoint (KK040)
P554
Src ON/OFF1
DigIn 7 X102.19
(B0022)
DigIn 7 X102.19
(B0022)
P555
Src1 OFF2
Fixed binector 1
(B0001)
DigIn 6 X101.8
(B0020)
P556
Src2 OFF2
Fixed binector 1
(B0001)
Fixed binector 1
(B0001)
P565
Src1 Fault Reset
SCom1 Word1 Bit1
(B2107)
SCom1 Word1 Bit1
(B2107)
P566
Src2 Fault Reset
Fixed binector 0
(B0000)
Fixed binector 0
(B0000)
P567
Src3 Fault Reset
Fixed binector 0
(B0000)
DigIn 5 X101.7
(B0018)
P568
Src Jog Bit0
Fixed binector 0
(B0000)
Fixed binector 0
(B0000)
P571
Src FWD Speed
Fixed binector 1
(B0001)
Fixed binector 1
(B0001)
P572
Src REV Speed
Fixed binector 1
(B0001)
Fixed binector 1
(B0001)
P573
Src MOP UP
PMU MOP UP
(B0008)
Fixed binector 0
(B0000)
P574
Src MOP Down
PMU MOP DOWN
(B0009)
Fixed binector 0
(B0000)
P575
Src No ExtFault1
Fixed binector 1
(B0001)
Fixed binector 1
(B0001)
P588
Src No Ext Warn1
Fixed binector 1
(B0001)
Fixed binector 1
(B0001)
P590
Src BICO DSet
DigIn 3 X101.5
(B0014)
DigIn 3 X101.5
(B0014)
P651
Src DigOut1
No fault
(B0107)
No fault
(B0107)
P652
Src DigOut2
Operation
(B0104)
Operation
(B0104)
P653
Src DigOut3
Fixed binector 0
(B0000)
Fixed binector 0
(B0000)
P704.3 SCom TlgOFF SCB
0 ms
0 ms
P796
Compare Value
100.0
100.0
P797
Compare Hyst
3.0
3.0
r229
r229
P049.4 OP OperDisp
Table 9-2
Factory setting dependent on P366
All other factory setting values are not dependent on P366 and can be
taken from the parameter list or from the block diagrams (in the
Compendium).
The factory settings for Index 1 (i001) of the respective parameter are
displayed in the parameter list.
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Power section definition
The power section definition has already been completed in the asdelivered state. It therefore only needs to be carried out if the CUVP
needs replacing, and is not required under normal circumstances.
During the power section definition, the control electronics is informed
which power section it is working with. This step is necessary for all
Compact, chassis and cabinet type units.
WARNING
If CUVP boards are changed over between different units without the
power section being re-defined, the unit can be destroyed when it is
connected up to the voltage supply and energized.
The unit has to be switched to the "Power section definition" state for
carrying out the power section definition. This is done by selecting the
"Power section definition" menu. The power section is then defined in
this menu by inputting a code number.
P060 = 8
P070 = ?
P060 = 1
Select "Power section definition" menu
Input the code number for the unit concerned
The code number is allocated to the order numbers (MLFB).
The order number can be read off the unit's rating plate.
The list of units is on the following pages.
Return to parameter menu
Fig. 9-3
NOTE
Sequence for performing the power section definition
To check the input data, the values for the converter supply voltage in
P071 and the converter current in P072 should be checked after
returning to the parameter menu. They must tally with the data given on
the unit rating plate.
PWE: Parameter value P070
In [A]: Rated output current in Ampere (P072)
9-4
Order number
kW
In [A]
PWE
6SE7012-0TP60
0.8
2.0
2
6SE7014-0TP60
1.5
4.0
4
6SE7016-0TP60
2.2
6.0
6
6SE7021-0TP60
4.0
10.0
8
6SE7021-3TP60
5.5
13.2
12
6SE7021-8TP60
7.5
17.5
14
6SE7022-6TP60
11.0
25.5
16
6SE7023-4TP60
15.0
34.0
18
6SE7023-8TP60
18.5
37.5
20
Operating Instructions
6SE7087-6KP60 Siemens AG
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05.2003
9.2.1
Parameterizing Steps
Parameterizing with parameter modules
(quick parameterization, P060 = 3)
Pre-defined, function-assigned parameter modules are stored in the
units. These parameter modules can be combined with each other, thus
making it possible to adjust your unit to the desired application by just a
few parameter steps. Detailed knowledge of the complete parameter
set of the unit is not required.
Parameter modules are available for the following function groups:
1. Motors (input of the rating plate data with automatic
parameterization of open-loop and closed-loop control)
2. Open-loop and closed-loop control types
3. Setpoint and command sources
Parameterization is effected by selecting a parameter module from
each function group and then starting quick parameterization. In
accordance with your selection, the necessary unit parameters are set
to produce the desired control functionality. The motor parameters and
the relevant controller settings are calculated using automatic
parameterization (P115 = 1).
NOTE
Parameterizing with parameter modules is carried out only in BICO
data set 1 and in function and motor data set 1.
Quick parameterization is effected in the "Download" converter status.
Since quick parameterization includes the factory settings for all
parameters, all previous parameter settings are lost.
Quick parameterization incorporates an abridged drive setting, (e.g.
pulse encoder always with pulse number/revolution 1024).
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Parameterizing Steps
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Function diagram
modules
Function diagram modules (function diagrams) are shown after the flow
chart for parameter modules stored in the unit software. On the first few
pages are the :
♦ setpoint and command sources (sheets s1 ... s83), on the following
pages are the
♦ analog outputs and the display parameters (sheet a0) and the
♦ open-loop and closed-loop control types (sheets r0 to r5).
It is therefore possible to put together the function diagrams to exactly
suit the selected combination of setpoint/command source and
open/closed-loop control type. This will give you an overview of the
functionality parameterized in the units and of the necessary
assignment of the terminals.
The function parameters and visualization parameters specified in the
function diagrams are automatically adopted in the user menu
(P060 = 0) and can be visualized or changed there.
The parameter numbers of the user menu are entered in P360.
Reference is made in the function diagrams to the respective function
diagram numbers (Sheet [xxx]) of the detail diagrams (in the
Compendium).
P060 = 3
P071 = ?
P095 = ?
P095=2 P095=10
P097 = ?
9-6
P095=11
Menu selection "Quick parameterization"
Input unit line voltage in V
AC units: r.m.s. alternating voltage
DC units: DC link voltage
The input is important, e.g. for voltage limitation control
(Vdmax control, P515 = 1)
Enter the motor type
2: Compact asynchronous motor 1PH7 (=1PA6)/1PL6/1PH4
10: Async./Sync. IEC (international Norm)
11: Async./Sync. NEMA (US-Norm)
Enter the code number for the connected motor of type
1PH7(=1PA6)/1PL6/1PH4
(For list see Quick Parameterization)
(Automatic parameter assignment is implemented as soon
as the settings P095 = 2 and P097 > 0 have been made)
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Parameterizing Steps
P100 = ?
P095=2
P097>0
P101 = ?
P102 = ?
P104=?
P105=?
P106=?
Enter the open/closed-loop control type (sheet r0 to r5)
0: v/f open-loop control + n-controller with pulse encoder
(P130 = 11)
1: v/f open-loop control
2: v/f open-loop control, textile
3: Vector control without tachometer (f-control)
4: Vector control with tachometer (n-speed)
with pulse encoder (P130 = 11)
5: Torque control (M control)
with pulse controller (P130 = 11)
For v/f control (0..2) a linear curve is set in P330 (P330 = 1:
parabolic).
The pulse encoder has a pulse number of P151 = 1024 per
revolution.
The following inputs of motor data are necessary if the motor
deviates from the converter data, if one of the vector control
types (P100 = 3, 4, 5) has been selected or if speed feedback is
used (P100 = 0). In the case of motor outputs higher than
approx. 200 kW one of the vector control types should be used.
Enter the rated motor voltage in V
as per rating plate
Enter the rated motor current in A
as per rating plate
(group drives: total of all motor currents)
IEC motor: Cos (phi) as per rating plate
NEMA motor: nominal rating [Hp]
(group drives: total of all ratings)
NEMA motor: Enter the motor efficiency in %
as per rating plate
P107 = ?
Enter the rated motor frequency in Hz
as per rating plate
P108 = ?
Enter the rated motor speed in rpm
as per rating plate
P109 = ?
Enter the motor pole pair number
(is automatically calculated)
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Operating Instructions
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Parameterizing Steps
05.2003
WARNING!
INCORRECT SETTINGS CAN BE DANGEROUS!
For vector control only:
Process-related boundary conditions for control
0: Standard drives
(default)
1: Torsion, gear play
2: Acceleration drives
3: Load surge
4: Smooth running characteristics
5: Efficiency optimization
6: Heavy-duty starting
7: Dynamic torque response in field-weakening range
See "Drive setting" section for description
P114 = ?
P100=1,2
System with motor protection according to UL regulation?
The motor temperature is calculated via the motor current.
(In the pre-setting, motor overload protection in accordance with
UL regulation is activated!)
Thermal motor
protection desired?
no
yes
P095=2
P097>0
P382 = ?
P383 = 0
P383 = ?
P368 = ?
P368 = 0,1,2,3
4,7,8
6
P700.1 = ?
P918.1 = ?
P370 = 1
P060 = 0
9-8
Specify motor cooling
0: self-ventilated
1: forced-ventilated
(automatically pre-set for P095 = 2, P097 > 0)
Enter the thermal time constant of the motor in s
automatically pre-set for P095 = 2, P097 > 0
The motor load limit (P384.2) is pre-assigned to 100 %.
Select setpoint and command source
(sheet s1...s4, s6, s71, s72, s82, s83)
0: PMU + MOP
1: Analog and digital inputs on the terminal strip
2: Fixed setpoints and digital inputs on the terminal strip
3: MOP and digital inputs on the terminal strip
4: USS1 (e.g. with SIMATIC)
5: not used
6: PROFIBUS (CBP) (without fig.)
7: OP1S and fixed setpoints via SCom2
8: OP1S and MOP via SCom2 (X103: PMU)
Enter the USS bus address
Enter the PROFIBUS address
Start of quick parameterization
0: No parameter change
1: Parameter change in acordance with selected combination
of parameter modules
(automatic factory setting according to P366)
(followed by automatic parameterization as for
P115 = 1)
Return to the user menu
End of quick parameterization
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Parameterizing Steps
The selection of setpoint sources (P368) may be restricted by the type
of factory setting (P366).
Factory setting P366
Setpoint source P368
0 = PMU
0 ... 8 = All sources possible
1 = OP1S
7 = OP1S
2 = Cabinet unit OP1S
7 = OP1S
3 = Cabinet unit PMU
0 = PMU
8 = OP1S
P383 Mot Tmp T1
Thermal time constant of the motor
Reference quantities Reference variables are intended as an aid to presenting setpoint and
actual value signals in a uniform manner. This also applies to fixed
settings entered as a "percentage". A value of 100 % corresponds to a
process data value of 4000h, or 4000 0000 h in the case of double
values.
All setpoint and actual value signals (e.g. set speed and actual speed)
refer to the physically applicable reference variables. In this respect, the
following parameters are available:
Speed and
frequency reference
values
P350
Reference current
in A
P351
Reference voltage
in V
P352
Reference frequency
in Hz
P353
Reference speed
in rpm
P354
Reference torque
in Nm
In quick parameterization mode and in automatic parameter
assignment mode (P115 = 1(2,3)), these reference variables are set to
the motor ratings. In case of automatic parameter assignment, this
occurs only if the "Drive setting" converter status is activated.
The reference speed and reference frequency are always connected by
the pole pair number.
P353 = P352 ×
60
P109
If one of the two parameters is changed, the other is calculated using
this equation.
Since this calculation is not made on download (see section 6.2.2),
these two quantities must always be loaded in the correct relationship.
If the setpoint and actual control signals are related to a desired
reference speed in rpm, P353 must be set accordingly (P352 is
calculated automatically). If a rotational frequency in Hz is to be used
as the reference (calculated using the pole pair number P109), P352
must be set.
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Parameterizing Steps
Torque reference
value
05.2003
Since the torque signals and parameters in the control system are
always specified and displayed as a percentage, the ratio of the
reference torque (P354) to the rated motor torque (P113) is always
important for accuracy. If both values are the same, a display value of
100 % corresponds exactly to the rated motor torque, irrespective of the
values actually entered in P354 and P113.
For purposes of clarity, however, it is advisable to enter the true rated
torque of the drive in P113 (e.g. from catalog data).
P113 =
Reference power
value
PW (mot, rated)
2⋅π⋅n(mot,rated)
60
The reference power (in W) is calculated from the reference torque and
reference speed:
PW ,ref =
P354 ⋅ P353 ⋅ 2 ⋅ π
60
Power values for the control system are also always specified as a
percentage referred to the specified reference power. The ratio of
PW,ref / Pmot,rated can be used for conversion to the rated motor
power.
Pmot,rated =
P113 ⋅ 2 ⋅ π ⋅ P108
60
Reference current
value
If the reference torque P354 is increased, for example, the reference
current P350 must be increased by the same factor, because the
current increases at higher torque.
NOTE
Setting and visualization parameters in engineering units (e.g. Imax
in A) must also be no more than twice the reference value.
If the reference quantities are changed, the physical value of all
parameters specified as a percentage also changes; that is all the
parameters of the setpoint channel, as well as the maximum power for
the control system (P258, P259) and the static current for frequency
control (P278, P279).
If the reference values and the rated motor values are identical (e.g.
following quick parameterization), signal representation (e.g. via
connectors) up to twice the rated motor values is possible. If this is not
sufficient, you must change to the "Drive setting" menu (P060 = 5) to
change the reference quantities.
9-10
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Example
Parameterizing Steps
P107 = 52.00 Hz
Rated motor frequency
P108 = 1500.0 rpm
Rated motor speed
P109 = 2
Motor pole pair number
Pre-assignment:
P352 = 52.00 Hz
Reference frequency
P353 = 1560 rpm
Reference speed
For a maximum speed of four times the rated motor speed you must set
the reference speed to at least 3000 rpm. The reference frequency is
adjusted automatically (P352 = P353 / 60 x P109).
P352 = 100.00 Hz
P353 = 3000 rpm
Automatic motor
identification
WARNING
A setpoint speed of 1500 rpm corresponds to a setpoint frequency of
50.00 Hz or an automation value of 50.0 %.
The representation range ends at 6000 rpm (2 x 3000 rpm).
This does not affect the internal representation range of the control
system. Since the internal control signals refer to the rated motor
quantities, there is always sufficient reserve control capacity.
The reference speed should normally be set to the desired maximum
speed.
Reference frequencies of P352 = P107, P352 = 2 x P107,
P352 = 4 x P107 are favorable for the calculating time.
For a maximum torque of three times the rated motor torque (P113) it is
advisable to set the reference torque to between twice and four times
the value of parameter P113 (for four to eight times the representation
range).
For exact determination of the motor parameters, it is possible to carry
out automatic motor identification and speed controller optimization.
For this purpose, the procedures of the "Drive setting" have to be
observed. If one of the vector control types (P100 = 3, 4, 5) of a
converter without a sinusoidal output filter and of an induction motor
without an encoder or with a pulse encoder (correct number of pulses in
P151) is used, the motor identification procedure can be shortened. In
this case, "Complete motor identification" has to be selected (P115 = 3)
and the converter has to be powered up accordingly if the alarms A078
and A080 appear.
During motor identification inverter pulses are released and the drive
rotates!
For reasons of safety, identification should first be carried out without
coupling of the load.
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9-12
Sheet [90]
Operating Instructions
A
A
D
-100 .... 100 %
corresponds to
0-10 ... 10 V
D
AnaIn2 Smoothing
P634.2
1
2
Setpoint source
Analog input and terminal strip (P368=1)
X102/18
X102/17
Analog input 2
<3>
<2>
Analog input 1
-X101
AnaIn1 Smoothing
P634.1
Sheet [80] / sheet [82]
If used as digital outputs, B10 to B14 must
not be wired.
If used as digital inputs, the parameters
P651.B, P652.B, P653.B and P654.B have
to be set to 0!
Analog inputs
*)
Terminal strip
B0022
B0020
B0018
B0016
P654.1
B
B0014
3
AnaIn2 Offset
P631.2
*)
*)
*)
*)
Src1 OFF2
P555.1 (20)
B
4
(only T-control)
5
Src.T setpoint
P486.B (11)
to sheet[320.1]
KK
Src Main setpoint
P443.B (11)
to sheet[316.1]
KK
Src ON/OFF1
Src3 Acknowledge
P554.1 (22)
B
Src Inv Release
operation
no fault
P567.1 (18)
B
B0104
B0107
P561.1 (16)
B
AnaIn2 Setpoint
K0013
AnaIn2 Setpoint
r637.2
AnaIn1 Setpoint
K0011
AnaIn1 Setpoint
r637.1
P653.1 (0)
B
B0012
P652.1 (104)
B
B0010
P651.1 (107)
B
M24
P24
AnaIn1 Offset
P631.1
<1>
/8
/7
/6
/5
/4
1=operation
0=fault
/3
/2
/1
M
N
6
-20 ... 20 mA
-20 ... 20 mA
-04 ... 20 mA
-10 ... 10 V
-10 ... 10 V
MASTERDRIVES VC
8
- s1 -
Terminal X102/16
Terminal X101/10
<3> Compact/Chassis type unit:
Compact PLUS type unit:
7
Terminal X102/15
Terminal X101/9
<2> Compact/chassis type unit:
Compact PLUS type unit:
4-5
5-6
Compact PLUS
Jumper on EBV
S3 switch
Terminal X101/9
Terminal X102/19
closed
open
CUVC
S3
switch
<1> Compact/Chassis type unit:
Compact PLUS type unit:
Setting guide for gain and
offset of setpoint frequency/
speed values:
sheet[316]
2
3
4
0
1
AnaIn Conf.
P632
to sheet [180]
from sheet [200]
n959.82 = 4
Parameterizing Steps
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Operating Instructions
4
Terminal X101/9
Terminal X102/19
5
0
0
P408.F
Fixed setpoint8
P407.F
Fixed setpoint7
P406.F
Fixed setpoint6
P405.F
Fixed setpoint5
P404.F
KK0048
KK0047
KK0046
KK0045
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
FSetp FSetp
Bit 2
Bit 3
P418.B P417.B
0
3
Src1 OFF2
Src ON/OFF1
Src3 Acknowledge
P555.1 (20)
B
P554.1 (22)
B
Src FSetp Bit 1
P567.1 (18)
B
Src.FSetp Bit 0
operation
no fault
P581.1 (16)
B
P580.1 (14)
B
B0104
B0107
0
KK0044
*
)
*)
*)
*)
P403.F
Fixed setpoint4
KK0043
P402.F
B0022
B0020
B0018
B0016
P654.1
B
B0014
P653.1
B
B0012
P652.1
B
B0010
P651.1
B
M24
P24
<1> Compact/Chassis type unit:
Compact PLUS type unit:
<1>
/8
/7
/6
/5
1=operation
/4
0=fault
/3
/2
/1
Fixed setpoint3
KK0042
KK0041
P401.F
Fixed setpoint2
Fixed setpoint1
Sheet [290]
If used as digital outputs, B10 to B14 must
not be wired.
-X101
1
2
Setpoint source
Fixed setpoints and terminal strip (P368=2)
in Hz
in %
Sheet[90]
If used as digital inputs, the parameters
P651.B, P652.B, P653.B and P654.B have
to be set to 0!
Fixed setpoints
*)
Terminal strip
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
6
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
7
(for T control)
8
- s2 -
Src T setpoint
P486.B (40) to sh. [320.1]
KK
Src Main Setpoint
P443.B (40) to sh. [316.1]
KK
MASTERDRIVES VC
Act.FSetp
KK0040
Active FSetp
r420
to sheet [180]
from sheet [200]
n959.83 = 4
M
N
05.2003
Parameterizing Steps
9-13
9-14
Operating Instructions
MOP MP
Sheet [300]
If used as digital inputs, the parameters
P651.B, P652.B, P653.B and P654.B have
to be set to 0!
Sheet [90]
1
2
Setpoint source
MOP and terminal strip (P368=2)
*)
MOP and
terminal strip
-X101
3
<1>
/8
/7
/6
/5
/4
B0012
B0022
B0020
B0018
B0016
P654.1
B
B0014
P653.1
B
*
)
*)
Src3 Acknowledge
Src1 OFF2
Src ON/OFF1
P567.1 (18)
B
P555.1 (20)
B
P554.1 (22)
B
Lower MOP
Raise MOP
P422
MOP (min.)
4
5
0xx0 = ... without storing after OFF
0xx1 = ... storing after OFF
P425
Conf MOP
Accel Time MOPDecel Time MOP
P431
P432
MOP (max)
P421
Src Lower MOP
Src Raise MOP
operation
no fault
P574.1 (16 )
B
P573.1 (14)
B
B0104
)
P652.1 (104) *
B
B0010
B0107
)
P651.1 (107) *
B
M24
P24
<1> Compact/Chassis type unit: Terminal X101/9
Compact PLUS type unit:
Terminal X102/19
1=operation
0=fault
/3
/2
/1
6
MOP (outp)
KK058
MOP (outp)
r424
MASTERDRIVES VC
7
(for T control )
Src T Setpoint
P486.B (58) to sheet [320.1]
KK
Src Main Setpoint
P443.B (58) to sheet [316.1]
KK
to sheet [180]
from sheet [200]
M
N
n959.84 = 4
8
- s3 -
Parameterizing Steps
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Baud rate:
9.6 kB
PKW: 4
PZD: 2
PKW #
P702.1
P704.1 = Tlg failure time
PcD #
P703.1
ZUW1
1
2
Setpoint source
USS1 (P368=4) with Simatic
PcD1 (Data word1)
PKW
•
PKW
Reserved for read
operations of
parameter data
0
3
4
PZD1 (Data word1)
PcD1 (Data word 1)
5
6
B (2112)
P572.1
B (2111)
P571.1
B (2108)
P568.1
B (2107)
P565.1
P555.1
B (2101)
MASTERDRIVES VC
7
External fault
Raise MOP
Negative Spd
Raise MOP
Positive Spd
B2111
B2113
PcD control
B2110
B2112
Jog Bit1
Jog Bit0
B2109
B2108
B2106
Acknowledge
No RGen Stop
Setpoint Release
B2105
B2107
Inv. Release
RGen Release
B2104
OFF3 (QStop)
B2102
M
8
- s4 -
to sheet [180]
control word 1
r550
Src Neg. Spd
Src Pos Spd
Src Jog Bit0
Src 1 Acknow
Src OFF2
P554.1
B (2100) Src ON/OFF1
N
from sheett
[200]
from sheet
[350.7], [351.7]
[352.7], [400.7]
Src T setpoint
P486.B
to sheet [320.1]
K
B2103
OFF2 (electr.)
ON/OFF1
B2101
B2100
B2215
B2200
Receive setpoints
For T control:
K2002
SComWord2
r709.2
K2001
ZUW1
r552
n/f(act)
n959.85 = 4
Main setpoint
to sheet [316.1]
P443.B
K (2002)
K0032
P707.1(32)
K
SCom1Word1
r709.1
KK0148
P707.2
K
Transmit actual values
Bit14 B2114
Bit15 B2115
Bit7
Bit1
Bit0
Bit0
up to Bit15
PZD2 (Data word 2)
Control word
Status word
PZD2 (Data word 2)
•
15
PKW
• • • • •
1
•
Reserved for write operations of
parameter data
PKW
<1> Only applicable for Compact/Chassis type unit
<2> Only applicable for Compact PLUS type unit
Sheet [100]
Receive
Transmit
Sheet [110]
•
Reserve
pos./neg. speed setp
Ramp-function gen. active
Energize main cont.
Undervoltage fault
Comp. Setp reached
PZD control
Set/actual deviation
Alarm effective
Switch-on ihibit
OFF3 effective
OFF2 effective
Fault effective
Operation
Ready
Ready for ON
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P700.1 = Bus address
<1> <2>
/11 / 36
RS485N
<1> <2>
/10 / 35
RS485P
<1>
<2>
-X101 / -X100
Baud rate
P701.1
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Parameterizing Steps
• • • • •
9-15
CB Bus Address
0 ... 200
P918.01 (3)
CB/TB TlgOFF
0 ... 6500 ms
P722.01 (10)
P722.01 =0 :
No monitoring
CB Parameter 11
0 ... 65535
P721.01 to .05
CB Parameter 10
0 ... 65535
P720.01
••••••
CB
configuration
Sheet [125]
Receive
Transmit
Sheet [120]
Operating Instructions
ZUW1
1
2
Setpoint source
PROFIBUS 1st CB (P368=6)
0
3
PKW
•
PKW
Reserved for read
operations of
parameter data
4
PZD1 (Data word1)
PcD1 (Data word 1)
5
6
Src OFF2
P572.1
B (3112)
P571.1
B (3111)
P568.1
B (3108)
8
- s6 -
to sheet [180]
control word 1
r550
Src Neg. Spd
Src Pos Spd
Src Jog Bit0
P566.1
B (3107) Src 2 Acknow
P555.1
B (3101)
MASTERDRIVES VC
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External fault
Raise MOP
Negative Spd
Raise MOP
Positive Spd
B3111
B3113
PcD control
B3110
B3112
Jog Bit1
B3109
Jog Bit0
B3108
B3106
Acknowledge
No RGen Stop
Setpoint Release
B3105
B3107
Inv. Release
RGen Release
B3104
OFF3 (QStop)
B3102
M
P554.1
B (3100) Src ON/OFF1
N
from sheett
[200]
from sheet
[350.7], [351.7]
[352.7], [400.7]
Src T setpoint
P486.B
to sheet [320.1]
K
B3103
OFF2 (electr.)
ON/OFF1
B3101
B3100
B3215
B3200
Receive setpoints
For T control:
K3002
1. CB Word2
r733.2
K3001
ZUW1
r552
n/f(act)
Main setpoint
to sheet [316.1]
P443.B
K (3002)
K0032
P734.1(32)
K
1. CB Word1
r733.1
KK0148
P734.2
K
Transmit actual values
Bit14 B3114
Bit15 B3115
Bit7
Bit1
Bit0
Bit0
up to Bit15
PZD2 (Data word 2)
Control word
Status word
PZD2 (Data word 2)
•
PcD1 (Data word1)
PKW
• • • • •
15
•
Reserved for write operations of
parameter data
PKW
•
1
Reserve
pos./neg. speed setp
Ramp-function gen. active
Energize main cont.
Undervoltage fault
Comp. Setp reached
PZD control
Set/actual deviation
Alarm effective
Switch-on ihibit
OFF3 effective
OFF2 effective
Fault effective
Operation
Ready
Ready for ON
9-16
••••••
CB Parameter 1
0 ... 65535
P711.01
Parameterizing Steps
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Operating Instructions
If P366 = 2
P590 = B0012
P651 = B0000
P652 = B0000
P653 = B0107
Fixed setpoint6
in Hz
1
2
Setpoint source
OP1S and fixed setpoints (P368=7)
P408.F
P407.F
Fixed setpoint8
Fixed setpoint7
P406.F
Fixed setpoint5
P405.F
P404.F
Fixed setpoint4
KK0048
KK0047
KK0046
KK0045
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
KK0044
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
6
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
7
(for T control)
- s71 -
8
Src T setpoint
P486.B (40) to sheet[320.1]
KK
Src Main Setpoint
P443.B (40) to sheet[316.1]
KK
n959.89 = 4
MASTERDRIVES VC
Act.FSetp
KK0040
Active FSetp
r420
to sheet [180]
from sheet [200]
FSetp FSetp FSetp
FSetp
Bit 2
Bit 3
Bit 1
Bit 0
P418.B P417.B P581.B
P580.B
Src BICO DSet
Operation
No fault
P403.F
5
P590 (14)
B
B0104
B0107
0
*)
*)
*)
KK0043
3
B0014
P653.1 (0)
B
B0012
P652.1 (104)
B
B0010
P651.1 (107)
B
M24
P24
(for n/f control or v/f control)
(for T control)
/5
/4
1=operation
0=fault
/3
/2
/1
P402.F
Fixed setpoint3
KK0042
KK0041
-X101
Fixed setpoint2
See P049.4
in %
P401.F
Fixed setpoint1
Sheet [290]
If used as digital outputs, B10 to B14 must
not be wired.
Fixed
setpoints
*)
Sheet [90]
If used as digital inputs, the parameters
P651.B, P652.B, P653.B and P654.B must
be set to 0!
Terminal strip
M
N
05.2003
Parameterizing Steps
9-17
P704.2 = Tlg failure time
P700.2 = Bus address
/8
RS485N
Baud rate:
9.6 kB
PKW:127
PcD: 2
Sheet [111]
Sheet [101]
Receive
Transmit
PcD #
P703.2
Operating Instructions
0
•
PKW
I
PcD1 (Data word1)
6
PcD2 (Data word 2)
Control word 1
Status word 1
PcD2 (Data word 2)
4
5
Only applicable for Compact PLUS!
Jog
Reset
O
OP1S keys
P049 = OP operating display
1
2
3
Setpoint source
OP1S and fixed setpoints at USS2 (P368=7)
PZD1 (Data word1)
ZUW1
PKW
Reserved for read
operations of
parameter data
PcD1 (Data word1)
•
1
PKW
• • • • •
15
•
Reserved for write operations of
parameter data
PKW
•
Reserve
pos./neg. speed setp
Ramp-function gen. active
Energize main cont.
Undervoltage fault
Comp. setpoint reached
PcD control
Set/actual deviation
Alarm effective
Switch-on inhibit
OFF3 effective
OFF2 effective
Fault effective
Operation
Ready
Ready for ON
9-18
/3
RS485P
-X103
Baud rate PKW #
P701.2
P702.2
Bit15
Bit12
Bit11
Bit8
Bit7
Bit1
PcD control
B6110
Raise MOP
7
External fault
Src Jog Bit0
- s72 -
8
to sheet [180]
control word 1
r550
P572.1
Src negative spd
B (6112)
P571.1
Src positive spd
B (6111)
P568.1
B (6108)
P565.1
B (6107) Src1 Acknow.
MASTERDRIVES VC
B6115
Lower MOP
B6113
B6114
Negative Spd
B6112
Positive Spd
Jog Bit1
B6109
B6111
Jog Bit0
B6108
Acknowledge
No RGen Stop
Setp Release
B6106
B6107
RGen Release
B6105
Inv Release
B6103
B6104
OFF2 (electr.)
OFF3 (QStop)
P554.1
B (6100) Src ON/OFF1
M
B6102
ON/OFF1
N
Src T setpoint
P486.B
to sh. [320.1]
K
Main setpoint
to sh. [316.1]
from sh.
[200]
from sh.
[350.7], [351.7]
[352.7], [400.5]
P443.B
K (6002)
B6101
Bit0
B6200
bis Bit15
B6215
Bit0
B6100
Receive setpoints
for T control:
K6002
SCom2Word2
r709.18
K6001
ZUW1
r552
n/f(act)
Setpoint via process data
(only DriveMonitor):
K0032
P708.1
K
SCom2Word1
r709.17
KK0148
P708.2
K
Transmit actual values
n957.88 = 4
Parameterizing Steps
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Baud rate:
9.6 kB
PKW:127
PZD: 2
PKW #
P702.2
P704.2 = Tlg failure time
Sheet [111]
Sheet [101]
Receive
Transmit
PZD #
P703.2
ZUW1
0
1
2
Setpoint source
OP1S and MOP at USS2 (P368=8)
PZD1 (Data word1)
1
•
PKW
•
3
PKW
I
PcD1 (Data word 1)
PcD1 (Data word1)
PcD2 (Data word2)
6
PcD2 (Data word 2)
Control word 1
Status word 1
4
5
Only applicable for Compact PLUS!
Jog
Reset
O
OP1S-keys
P049 = OP operating display
PKW
Reserved for read
operations of
parameter data
Reserved for write operations of
parameter data
PKW
• • • • • •
15
Reserve
pos./neg. speed setp
Ramp-function gen. active
Energize main cont.
Undervoltage fault
Comp. setpoint reached
PcD control
Set/actual deviation
Alarm effective
Switch-on inhibit
OFF3 effective
OFF2 effective
Fault effective
Operation
Ready
Ready for ON
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Operating Instructions
P700.2 = Bus address
/8
RS485N
/3
RS485P
-X103
Baudrate
P701.2
Bit15
Bit12
Bit11
Bit8
Bit7
Bit1
No RGen Stop
Setp Release
B6105
B6106
7
External fault
Lower MOP
Raise MOP
Negative Spd
Positive Spd
to sh. [320.1]
M
Src Lower MOP
P574.1
B (6114)
- s82 -
8
Src Raise MOP
P573.1
B (6113)
P572.1
Src negative spd
B (6112)
P565.1
B (6107) Src1 Acknow.
to sh. [180]
Control word 1
r550
P554.1
B (6100) Src ON/OFF1
MASTERDRIVES VC
B6115
B6114
B6113
B6112
B6111
Jog Bit1
PcD control
B6110
Jog Bit0
B6109
B6108
Acknowledge
RGen Release
B6104
B6107
Inv Release
B6103
OFF2 (electr.)
OFF3 (QStop)
B6102
ON/OFF1
K
P486.B
Src T setpoint
to sh. [316.1]
N
from sh.
[200]
ZUW1
r552
Main setpoint
P443.B
K (6002)
B6101
Bit0
B6200
bis Bit15
B6215
Bit0
B6100
Receive setpoints
for T control:
K6002
SST2Word2
r709.18
K6001
from sh.
[350.7], [351.7]
[352.7], [400.5]
n/f(act)
Setpoint via process data
(only DriveMonitor):
K0032
P708.1
K
SST2Word1
r709.17
KK0148
P708.2
K
Transmit actual values
n957.90 = 4
05.2003
Parameterizing Steps
• • • • •
9-19
9-20
Operating Instructions
Sheet [300]
Sheet [90]
1
2
Setpoint source
OP1S and MOP (P368=8)
MOP MP
Terminal strip
3
Lower MOP
Raise MOP
I
/5
/4
P24
Lower MOP
Raise MOP
Negative Spd
1 Acknowledge
B0014
B6114
B6113
B6112
B6107
B6100
P422
MOP (min.)
6
to sheet [180]
from sheet [200]
n959.91 = 4
7
M
N
MASTERDRIVES VC
(for T control )
Src T Setpoint
P486.B (58) to sheet [320.1]
KK
Src Main Setpoint
P443.B (58) to sheet [316.1]
KK
Src Lower MOP
Src Raise MOP
Src Negative Spd
Src1 Acknowledge
Src ON/OFF1
MOP(Outp.)
KK058
MOP(Outp.)
r424
B
P574.1 (9)
B
P573.1 (8)
B
P572
B
P565
B
Src BICO DSet
operation
no fault
P554.1 (22)
P590 (14)
B
B0104
B0107
4
5
Only applicable for Compact PLUS!
0xx0 = ... without storing after OFF
0xx1 = ... storing after OFF
P425
Conf MOP
*)
*)
*)
MOP (max)
P421
P653.1 (0)
B
B0012
P652.1 (104)
B
B0010
P651.1 (107)
B
M24
ON/OFF 1
1=operation
0=fault
/3
/2
/1
Accel Time MOPDecel Time MOP
P431
P432
P
O
-X101
- s83 -
8
Parameterizing Steps
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Operating Instructions
2s
30 ms
2s
2s
*)
DC Link Volts
r006
Torque
r007
Output power
Output voltage
1
2
Analog outputs and display variables
n/f(act)
KK148
Actual speed
KK020
)
*
Torque
K0024
T(act) *
K0241
3
UZk(ist)
K0240
DC Link Volts
K0025
)
Output power
K0023
U(set,v/f)
K0204
Output voltage
K0021
I(Output Amps)
K0242
Output Amps
K0022
Actual Speed
r015
n/f (act)
r218
Output Amps
r004
Rot Freq
r002
*) Torque display only with n/f/T control
from sheet
[285.3]
[286.3]
6
from sheet
[285.7]
from sheet
[285.7]
[286.7]
from sheet
[285.3]
[286.3]
3
from sheet
[285.3]
[286.3]
4
from sheet
[350.7]
[351.7]
[352.7]
[400.5]
2
2s
Display variables
4
P038.x
K
K
P040.x
K
K
K
P042.x
K
K
K
.01
.02
.01
.02
.03
.01
.02
.03
y
y
AA2 Offset
P644.2
AA1 Offset
P644.1
D
D
%
5
Reference torque *)
P354
rpm
Reference speed
P353
Hz
Reference frequency
P352
Display torque
r039.1 to .2
Display speed
r041.1 to .3
Display frequency
r043.1 to .3
*)
6
Sheet [30]
1 +/- 10 V
3
Switch S4
0 ... 20 mA
A 5
4 +/- 10 V
6
Switch S4
0 ... 20 mA
A 2
<1>
Sheet [81]
-X102/22
-X102/21
-X102/20
-X102/19
AA2
AA1
0 mA ... 20 mA
-10 V ... 10 V
xB
Smax − Smin
Amin x Smax − Amax x Smin
Smax − Smin
Amax − Amin
7
8
5-6
4-6
AA2
- a0-
Reference to the current path of
rXX sheets
MASTERDRIVES VC
1
Sheet [300]: See Compendium sheet 300
Explanations:
P644 =
P643 =
Output values applying to output current:
4 mA ⇒ Amin = + 6 V
20 mA ⇒ Amax = - 10 V
2-3
1-3
AA1
Switches on CUVC S4:
n959.80 = 3
Note concerning the setting of analog outputs:
B = Reference variable (c.f. P350 ... P354)
Smin = smallest signal value (e.g. in Hz, V, A)
Smax = largest signal value (e.g. in Hz, V, A)
Amin = smallest output value in V
Amax = largest output value in V
<1> Only applicable for Compact/Chassis type unit,
for Compact PLUS Sheet [82] is applicable
y(v) = x / 100% * P643
AA2 Scaling
P643.2
y(v) = x / 100% * P643
AA1 Scaling
P643.1
Display parameters
Src Analog Output
P640.2
x
K (22)
Src Analog Output
P640.1
x
K (148)
Analog outputs
05.2003
Parameterizing Steps
9-21
9-22
Operating Instructions
Normalization
Tacho M
Track A
Track B
Zero track
Control tr.
Tacho P15V
n/f(act,encoder)
KK091
Ana.tach.
Imp.tach.
Motor encoder
P130.M (11) *)
Sheet 250
P453.F (-110.0%) *)
n/f(max,neg.Spd)
1
2
3
V/f characteristic with speed controller (P100=0)
2
n/f(act)
KK148
n/f(act)
r218
Sheet 352
KK075
n/f(set)
r482
Sheet 318
n/f(max,pos.spd)
P452.F (110.0%) *)
*) Parameter only adjustable in the "Drive setting" state (P60=5)
P138.M (3000)
Ana.TachScale
23
24
25
26
27
28
X104
Sheet 317
Setpoint channel
P462.F (10s) P464.F (10s)
Accel Time Decel Time
Pulse #
P151.M (1024) *)
N
Src main setpoint
P443.B
KK
Srce AddSetp1
P433.B (0)
KK
Ref.
Frequency: P352 *)
Speed:
P353 *)
Sheet 316
Smooth. n/f(act)
P223.M
r014
Setpoint speed
n/f(set,smooth)
r229
4
–
P240.M
n/f-Reg.Tn
P235.M
n/f-Reg.Gain1
Sheet 364
Speed controller
–
5
r129
–
4
Imax-Ctrl Gain
P331.M
Output
current
Current
Lim.
Maximum
current
P128.M
f(Slip)
KK0188
Imax-Ctrll.Tn
P332.M
Sheet 401
Speed limitation controller
6
1
N
M
:
:
Sh. [300] :
3
Motor
encoder
Smooth. vd(act)
P287.M
Sheet 286
MASTERDRIVES VC
7
Reference to current path sheet "a0"
"Analog outputs and display variables"
8
- r0 -
Reference to setpoint source (see sXX-sheets)
6
Asyc.
Mot. 3~
Gating unit
f(set,stator)
KK199
See Compendium Sheet 300
Explanations:
P330.M
Src SelCurve *)
–
Volts
mod
depth
FSetp Boost
P325.M
Mot.voltage
P101.M *)
max.Outp Volts
r346
Boost End
Field Weak
Freq
Mot.Freq.(n)
Freq
P326.M P107.M (50) *) P293.M
Sheet 405
v/f characteristic
n957.85 = 0
Parameterizing Steps
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Operating Instructions
P462.F (10 s) P464.F (10 s)
Accel time Decel time
Sheet 317
P453.F (-110.0%) * )
n/f(max,neg.spd)
1
2
V/f characteristic (P100=1)
3
KK075
n/f(set)
r482
Sheet 318
n/f(max,pos.spd)
P452.F (110,0%) * )
Setpoint channel
*) Parameter only adjustable in the "Drive setting" status (P60=5)
N
Src main setpoint
P443.B
KK
Src add. setp.1
P433.B (0)
KK
Ref,
frequency: P352 *)
speed:
P353 *)
Sheet 316
r129
4
–
f(Slip)
KK188
4
Imax controller Tn
P332.M
Imax controller Kp
P331.M
Output Amps
Current
lim.
Maximum
current
P128.M
r014
Setpoint speed
n/f(set,smooth)
r229
Slip comp Kp
P336.M (0)
5
–
n/f(ist)
r218
Sheet 400
2
KK148
Current limitation controller
6
7
3
Sheet 286
8
f(set,Stator)
KK199
6
- r1 -
Asyc.
Mot. 3~
Gating unit
Smooth vd(act)
P287.M
MASTERDRIVES VC
P330.M
Src Select Char.
–
Volt.
Mod.
Depth
FSetp Boost
P325.M
Mot. Volts
P101.M *)
max.Outp Volts.
r346
Boost end
Field weak.
frequency Mot.Freq.(n) frequency
P326.M P107.M (50) *) P293.M
Sheet 405
V/f characteristic
n957.86 = 0
05.2003
Parameterizing Steps
9-23
9-24
Operating Instructions
P462.F (10 s) P464.F (10 s)
Accel Time Decel Time
Sheet 317
Setpoint channel
P453.F (-110,0%) * )
n/f(max,neg.spd)
n/f(max,pos.spd)
P452.F (110,0%) * )
Src Add Setp2
P438.B (0)
KK
KK075
1
2
V/f characteristic (P100=2)
Textile
n/f(set)
r482
Sheet 318
3
*) Parameter can only be adjusted in the "Drive setting" status (P60=5)
N
Src main setpoint
P443.B
KK
Src AddSetp.1
P433.B (0)
KK
Ref.
frequency: P352 *)
speed:
P353 *)
Sheet 316
r129
4
–
4
Imax controller Tn
P332.M
Imax controller Kp
P331.M
Output Amps
Current
lim.
Maximum
currents
P128.M
r014
Setpoint speed
n/f(set,smooth)
r229
5
n/f(act)
r218
Sheet 402
2
KK148
Current limitation controller
6
7
3
8
6
Asyc.
Mot. 3~
- r2 -
Smooth Vd(act)
P287.M
Sheet 286
Gating unit
f(set,stator)
KK199
MASTERDRIVES VC
P330.M
Src Select Char.
–
Volt.
Mod.
Depth
FSetp boost
P325.M *)
Mot.voltage
P101.M *)
max.outp. volts
r346
Boost end
Field weakening
frequency Mot.Freq.(n) frequency
P326.M P107.M (50) *) P293.M
Sheet 405
V/f characteristic
n957.87 = 0
Parameterizing Steps
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Operating Instructions
Scal.T(pre)
P471.M (0)
P493.B (170)
Src TorqLimit1
Src TorqLimit1 FSetp
P492.F (100%)
Sheet 319
KK075
Smooth.n/f(act)
P223.M
r014
Setpoint speed
–
n/f(set,smooth)
r229
P235.M
n/f-Reg.Kp1
Torque/current limit
Field weak. charac.
5
P127.M (80%)
R(rotor)Ktmp
Current
model
Sheet 396
Slip frequency
KK188
+
Smoothing I(set) P280.M
T(droop) P278.M
T(dynam.) P279.M
Sheet 382
x
y
max.mod. depth r346
ModDepth Headrm
P344.M
Sheet 381
Msoll,reg
K0153
K0165
T(set,limitr)
r269
TorqLImit2,act
K0173
TorqLimit1,act
K0172
Torque limitation
r129
Sheet 367
Sheet 372
Maximum current Pw,max(gen)
P128.M
P259.M
i-Anteil
K0155
P240.M
n/f-Reg.Tn
Sheet 362
Speed controller
1
2
3
4
Closed-loop speed control without encoder (frequency control) P100=3
Master drive (P587 = 0)
2
*) Parameter can only be
changed in the "Drive setting"
status (P60=5)
n/f(ist)
r218
P453.F (-110,0%) * )
n/f(max,neg.spd)
n/f(ist)
KK148
Sheet 351
Sheet 318
K
P499.B (171)
n/f(max,pos.spd)
P452.F (110,0%) * ) n/f(set)
r482
K171
K170
K
Src TorqLimit2 FSetp
Src
TorqLimit2
P498.F (-100%)
P462.F (10 s) P464.F (10 s)
Accel Time Decel Time
Start-up time
P116.M
Sheet 317
Setpoint channel
The current injection of
P278 T(droop) (Fig. 382)
is only calculated for
frequencies below approx. 10%
of the rated motor frequency.
Note:
N
Src main setpoint
P443.B
KK
Src Add. Setp1
P433.B (0)
KK
P354 is referred to
P113 *)
Ref.
frequency: P352 *)
speed:
P353 *)
torque: P354 *)
Sheet 316
6
Tn
P284.M
EMF
model
Isd (act)
–
8
6
Asyc.
Mot. 3~
- r3 -
Smooth Vd(act)
P287.M
Sheet 285
Gating unit
f(set,stator)
KK199
MASTERDRIVES VC
7
i-comp.
+
P339.M *)
ModSystem
Release
Volt.
Mod.
Depth
3
P315.M P316.M
EMF Reg.Kp EMF-Reg.Tn
–
Kp
Tn
Isq(act) P283.M P284.M
K0184
–
Kp
P283.M
Isq(set)
K0168
Sheet 390
Current controller
n957.88 = 0
05.2003
Parameterizing Steps
9-25
9-26
T-add. FSetp
P505.F (0.0)
Operating Instructions
Start-up time
P116.M (~)
P453.F (-110,0%) * )
n/f(max,neg.spd)
n/f(max,pos spd)
P452.F (110 %) *)
-1
2
n/f(soll)
r482
r502
Mgrenz2
n/f(act)
KK148
n/f(act)
r218
Sheet 351
KK075
Mgrenz2 FSW
P498.F (-100%)
TorqLimit1 FSetp
P492.F (100%) TorqLimit1
r496
Sheet 320
Smooth.n/f(act)
P223.M
r014
setpoint speed
–
n/f(setl,smooth)
r229
P235.M
n/f-Reg.Kp1
Field weak. charac.
5
P127.M (80%)
R(rotor)Ktmp
Current
model
Sheet 396
Slip frequency
KK188
+
SmoothingI (set) P280.M
T(droop) P278.M
T(dynam.) P279.M
Sheet 382
ModDepth Headrm
P344.M
max.Ausg.spg. r346
K0165
x
y
M(set,limitr)
r269
TorqLimit2, act
K0173
TorqLimit1,act
K0172
Torque limitation
Sheet 372
Maximum
current Pw,max(gen)
P128.M
P259.M
Torque/current limit
Sheet 381
Tset,reg
K0153
i-comp.
K0155
P240.M
n/f-Reg.Tn
Sheet 363
Speed controller
1
2
3
4
Closed-loop speed control without encoder (frequency control) P100=3
Slave drive (P587 = 1)
*) Parameter can only be
changed in the "Drive setting"
status (P60=5)
M
Src Torq Setp
P486.B
K
P354 is referred to
P113 *)
Ref.
frequency: P352 *)
speed: P353 *)
torque: P354 *)
Setpoint channel
6
Kp
P283.M
Tn
P284.M
–
P339.M *)
ModSystem
Release
Volt.
Mod.
Depth
3
+
Sheet 285
- r31 -
8
f(set,Stator)
KK199
6
Asyc.
Mot. 3~
Gating unit
Smooht. Vd(act)
P287.M
MASTERDRIVES VC
7
P315.M P316.M
EMF Reg Gain EMF Reg.Tn
EMF
Model
Isd (act)
–
Kp
Tn
Isq(act) P283.M P284.M
K0184
–
Isq(set)
K0168
Sheet 390
Current controller
n957.89 = 0
Parameterizing Steps
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Operating Instructions
Normalization
Tacho M
Track A
Track B
Zero track
Control track
Tacho P15V
n/f(act,encoder)
KK091
Ana.tach.
Imp.tach.
P493.B (170)
Src TorqLimit1
Sheet 318
K
P499.B (171)
Smooth.n/f(pre)
P216.M
KK075
2
n/f(ist)
KK148
n/f(act)
r218
Sheet 350
P453.F (-110,0%)
n/f(max,neg.spd)
*)
n/f(max,pos.spd)
P452.F (110,0%) *) n/f(set)
r482
Src Add Setp2
P438.B (0)
KK
K171
K170
K
TorqLimit2 FSetp
P498.F (-100%) Src TorqLimit2
TorqLimit1 FSetp
P492.F (100%)
Sheet 319
1
2
Closed-loop speed control (P100=4)
Master drive (P587 = 0)
3
*) Parameter can only be changed in the "Drive setting" status P60=5
P138.M (3000)
Ana.TachoComp
23
24
25
26
27
28
X104
Motor encoder
P130.M (11) *)
Sheet250
P462.F (10 s) P464.F (10 s)
Accel Time Decel Time
Scal.Torq(pre.)
P471.M
Sheet 317
Setpoint channel
Start-up time
P116.M
Pulse #
P151.M (1024) *)
N
Src main setpoint
P443.B
KK
Src Add Setp.1
P433.B (0)
KK
P354 is referred to
P113 *)
Ref.
frequency: P352 *)
speed: P353 *)
torque: P354 *)
Sheet 316
Smooth n/f(act)
P223.M
r014
Setpoint speed
n/f(set,smooth)
r229
–
4
5
P127.M (80%)
R(rotor)Ktmp
Current
model
Blatt 395
ModDepth Headrm
P344.M
Sheet 380
Msoll,reg
K0153
Slip frequency
KK188
+
Field weakening
characteristic
max.outp.volt.
r346
x
y
K0165
T(set,limitr)
r269
TorqLimit2,act
K0173
TorqLimit1,act
K0172
Torque limitation
r129
Maximum current Pw,max(gen)
P128.M
P259.M
Sheet 370
Torque/current limit
Sheet 365
i-Anteil
K0155
P235.M
P240.M
n/f-Reg.Kp1 n/f-Reg.Tn
Sheet 360
Speed controller
6
Tn
P284.M
–
7
P316.M
EMF Reg.Tn
+
P339.M *)
ModSystem
Release
Volt.
Mod.
Depth
3
8
6
Asyc.
Mot. 3~
- r4 -
Motor
encoder
Smooth Vd(act)
P287.M
Sheet 285
Gating unit
f(set,Stator)
KK199
MASTERDRIVES VC
P315.M
EMF Reg Gain
EMF
Model
Isd (act)
–
Kp
Tn
Isq(act) P283.M P284.M
K0184
–
Kp
P283.M
Isq(set)
K0168
Sheet 390
Current controller
n957.90 = 0
05.2003
Parameterizing Steps
9-27
9-28
Operating Instructions
Normalization
Tacho M
Track A
Track B
Zero track
Control track
Tacho P15V
n/f(act,encoder)
KK091
Ana.tach.
IPulse tach.
Motor encoder
P130.M (11) *)
Sheet 250
2
n/f(act)
KK148
n/f(act)
r218
Sheet 350
KK075
n/f(set)
r482
r502
P498.F (-100%) TorqLimit2
TorqLimit2 FSetp
Smooth.n/f(FWD)
P216.M
P453.F (-110,0%)
n/f(max,neg.spd) *)
n/f(max,pos spd)
P452.F (110 %) *)
-1
TorqLimit1 FSetp
P492.F (100%) TorqLimit1
r496
Sheet 320
Sheet 361
Smooth n/f(act)
P223.M
r014
Setpoint speed
–
4
5
P127.M (80%)
R(rotor)Ktmp
Current
model
Sheet 395
ModDepth Headrm
P344.M
Sheet 380
Tset,reg
K0153
Slip frequency
KK188
+
Field weakening
characteristic
max.outp. volts
r346
K0165
M(set,limitr)
r269
TorqLimit2,act
K0173
TorqLimit1,act
K0172
Torque limitation
x
y
Sheet 371
Torque/current limit
Maximum current Pw,max(gen)
P128.M
P259.M
i-comp.
K0155
P235.M
P240.M
n/f-Reg.Kp1 n/f-Reg.Tn
n/f(set, smooth)
r229
1
2
3
Closed-loop speed control / torque control (P100=4/5)
Slave drive (P587 = 1)
*) Parameter can only be changed in the "Drive setting" status (P60=5)
P138.M (3000)
Ana.TachoComp
23
24
25
26
27
28
X104
Pulse
P151.M (1024) *)
M
Src Torque Setp
P486.B
K
Torq Add. FSetp
P505.F (0.0)
P354 is referred to P113 *)
Ref.
frequency: P352 *)
speed:
P353 *)
torque:
P354 *)
Setpoint channel
Speed limitation
controller
6
Tn
P284.M
–
7
P316.M
EMF-Reg Tn
+
P339.M *)
Pulse system
release
Volt.
Mod.
Depth
3
Sheet285
8
f(set, stator)
KK199
- r5 -
Motor
encoder
6
Asyc.
Mot. 3~
Gating unit
Smooth. Vd(act)
P287.M
MASTERDRIVES VC
P315.M
EMF Reg Gain
EMF
model
Isd (act)
–
Kp
Tn
Isq(act) P283.M P284.M
K0184
–
Kp
P283.M
Isq(set)
K0168
Sheet 390
Current controller
n957.91 = 0
Parameterizing Steps
05.2003
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10
DANGER
Maintenance
Maintenance
SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES units are operated at high voltages.
All work carried out on or with the equipment must conform to all the
national electrical codes (BGV A3 in Germany).
Maintenance and repair work may only be carried out by properly
qualified personnel and only when the equipment is disconnected from
the power supply.
Only spare parts authorized by the manufacturer may be used.
The prescribed maintenance intervals and also the instructions for
repair and replacement must be complied with.
Hazardous voltages are still present in the drive units up to 5 minutes
after the converter has been powered down due to the DC link
capacitors. Thus, the unit or the DC link terminals must not be worked
on until at least after this delay time.
The power terminals and control terminals can still be at hazardous
voltage levels even when the motor is stationary.
10.1
Replacing the fan
A fan is mounted at the lower section of the inverter for cooling the
power section.
The fan is fed by the 24 V supply voltage and switched in and off by the
device software.
The fan is designed for a service life of L10 ≥ 35,000 hours and an
ambient temperature of Tu = 45 °C. It must be exchanged in good time
to ensure the availability of the unit.
It may be necessary to disassemble the unit for this purpose.
DANGER
To replace the fan the inverter has to be disconnected from the supply
and removed if necessary.
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Operating Instructions
10-1
Maintenance
10.1.1
08.2008
Replacing the fan in units up to 45 mm wide
Removal
♦ After removing the four cover screws and dismantling the cover (see
chapter 5.2 "Installing the optional boards"), the X20 connector
which is protected against polarity reversal can be disconnected and
the fan can be removed.
Installation
♦ Fit the fan in the reverse order, making sure that the arrow indicating
the direction of air flow points to the inside of the unit.
NOTICE
Make sure that the leads to the fan are connected the right way round.
Otherwise the fan will not operate!
10.1.2
Replacing the fan in 67 mm and 90 mm wide units
Removal
♦ After removing the two cover screws and dismantling the cover, the
X20 connector which is protected against polarity reversal can be
disconnected and the fan can be dismantled by pushing out the
internals of the insert rivets. The insert rivets can be re-used.
Installation
♦ Fit the fan in the reverse order, making sure that the arrow indicating
the direction of air flow points to the inside of the unit.
NOTICE
Make sure that the leads to the fan are connected the right way round.
Otherwise the fan will not operate!
10.1.3
Replacing the fan in units 135 mm wide
Removal
♦ You can remove the fan by undoing the four mounting screws or
sliding out the internal parts of the insert rivets. The insert rivets can
be re-used.
♦ Disconnect the leads on the fan.
Fitting the new fan
♦ Fit the new fan in the reverse order.
♦ Make sure that the arrow indicating the direction of air flow points to
the inside of the unit.
NOTICE
Make sure that the leads to the fan are connected the right way round.
Otherwise the fan will not operate!
10-2
Operating Instructions
6SE7087-6KP60 Siemens AG
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08.2008
10.1.4
Maintenance
Replacing the fan in units up to 180 mm wide
Two fans are mounted on the lower side of the inverter, an internal fan
for cooling the control electronics and a unit fan for cooling the power
section.
Internal fan
♦ Opening the unit:
• Loosen the 2 mounting screws in the front at the top of the unit.
There is no need to take the screws right out. Slots are provided
in the housing to allow the front of the unit to be released when
the screws have been loosened.
• Carefully swing the front of the unit forwards (to an angle of
about 30°) away from the housing.
• On the power section, open the locking lever on the ribbon cable
connector to the control electronics.
• Move the cover forwards and take it off.
♦ Remove the fan connection on the power section.
♦ Undo the four mounting screws or slide out the internal parts of the
insert rivets. Then remove the fan. The insert rivets can be re-used.
♦ Fit the new fan by reversing this sequence of operations. Make sure
that the arrow indicating the direction of rotation is pointing to the
inside of the unit.
Unit fan
♦ Undo the four mounting screws or slide out the internal parts of the
insert rivets. Then remove the fan. The insert rivets can be re-used.
♦ Disconnect the leads on the fan.
♦ Fit the new fan in the reverse order.
♦ Make sure that the arrow indicating the direction of air flow points to
the inside of the unit.
NOTICE
Make sure that the leads to the fan are connected the right way round.
Otherwise the fan will not operate!
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Operating Instructions
10-3
09.2009
11
Forming
Forming
CAUTION
If a unit has been non-operational for more than two years, the DC link
capacitors have to be newly formed. If this is not carried out, the unit
can be damaged when the line voltage is powered up.
If the unit was started-up within two years after having been
manufactured, the DC link capacitors do not have to be re-formed. The
date of manufacture of the unit can be read from the serial number.
How the serial
number is made up
(Example: F2UD012345)
Position
Example
Meaning
1 to 2
F2
Place of manufacture
3
X
2009
A
2010
B
2011
C
2012
D
2013
E
2014
F
2015
4
1 to 9
January to September
O
October
N
November
D
December
5 to 14
Not relevant for forming
The following applies for the above example:
Manufacture took place in December 2006.
During forming a defined voltage and a limited current are applied to
the DC link capacitors and the internal conditions necessary for the
function of the DC link capacitors are restored again.
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Operating Instructions
11-1
Forming
09.2009
3AC 400 V
L1
L2
L3
PE
1.5 mm2
Motor
connection
Disconnect
U2/T1
C / L+
V2/T2
W2/T3
D / LDC link
Inverter
PE3
Fig. 11-1
PE2
Forming circuit
Components for the
forming circuit
(suggestion)
♦ 1 fuse-switch triple 400 V / 10 A
♦ 3 incandescent lamps 230 V / 100 W
♦ Various small parts e.g. lamp holders, 1.5 mm2 cable, etc.
DANGER
The unit has hazardous voltage levels up to 5 minutes after it has been
powered down due to the DC link capacitors. The unit or the DC link
terminals must not be worked on until at least after this delay time.
Procedure
♦ Before you form the DC link capacitors the unit or the front and
middle bar of the DC link bus module have to be removed (C/L+ and
D/L-).
♦ When the unit has been removed, connect PE2 to earth. Installed
units are earthed through the bar connection PE3.
♦ The unit is not permitted to receive a switch-on command (e.g. via
the keyboard of the PMU or the terminal strip).
♦ The incandescent lamps must burn darker / extinguish during the
course of forming. If the lamps continue to burn, this indicates a fault
in the unit or in the wiring.
♦ Connect the required components in accordance with the circuit
example.
♦ Energize the forming circuit. The duration of forming is approx.
1 hour.
11-2
Operating Instructions
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12
Technical Data
Technical Data
EC Low-Voltage Directive
73/23/EEC and RL93/68/EEC
EN 50178
EC EMC Directive 89/336/EWG
EN 61800-3
EC Machinery Safety Directive
89/392/EEC
EN 60204-1
Approvals
UL:
E 145 153
CSA:
LR 21 927
cULus: E 214113 (≥ 22 kW)
Type of cooling
Air-cooled with installed fan
Permissible ambient or coolant
temperature
• During operation
•
•
During storage
During transport
0° C to +45° C ( 32° F to 113° F)
(to 50° C, see fig. “Derating curves”)
-25° C to +55° C (-13° F to 131° F)
-25° C to +70° C (-13° F to 158° F)
Installation altitude
≤ 1000 m above sea level (100 per cent loadability)
> 1000 m to 4000 m above sea level
(Loadability: see fig. “Derating curves”)
Permissible humidity rating
Relative air humidity
Environmental conditions
to DIN IEC 721-3-3
Climate:
3K3
Chemically active substances: 3C2
Pollution degree
Pollution degree 2 to IEC 664-1 (DIN VDE 0110, Part 1),
Moisture condensation during operation is not permissible
≤ 95 % during transport and storage
≤ 85 % in operation (condensation not
permissible)
Overvoltage category
Category III to IEC 664-1 (DIN VDE 0110, Part 2)
Type of protection
IP20 EN 60529
Protection class
Class 1 to EN 536 (DIN VDE 0106, Part 1)
Shock-hazard protection
EN 60204-1 and to DIN VDE 0106 Part 100 (BGV A3)
Radio interference level
• Standard
• Options
According to EN 61800-3
No radio interference suppression
Radio interference suppression filter for class A1 to EN 55011
Noise immunity
Industrial sector to EN 61800-3
Paint
Indoor duty
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Operating Instructions
12-1
Technical Data
Mechanical strength
- Vibration
During stationary duty:
const. amplitude
• deflection
• acceleration
During transport:
• deflection
• accleration
- Shocks
- Drop
08.2008
According to DIN IEC 68-2-6
0.15 mm
in frequency range 10 Hz to 58 Hz
(housing width ≤ 90 mm)
0.075 mm in frequency range 10 Hz to 58 Hz
(housing width ≥ 135 mm)
19.6 m/s² in frequency range > 58 Hz to 500 Hz
(housing width ≤ 90 mm)
9.8 m/s²
in frequency range > 58 Hz to 500 Hz
(housing width ≥ 135 mm)
3.5 mm in frequency range 5 Hz to 9 Hz
9.8 m/s² in frequency range > 9 Hz to 500 Hz
According to DIN IEC 68-2-27 / 08.89
30 g, 16 ms half-sine shock
According to DIN IEC 68-2-31 / 04.84
onto a surface and onto an edge
Table 12-1
12-2
General data
Operating Instructions
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Technical Data
Designation
Value
Order No.
6SE70... 12-0TP_0
14-0TP_0
16-0TP_0
21-0TP_0
Rated voltage
[V]
• Input
DC 510 (- 15 %) to 650 (+ 10 %)
• Output
3 AC 0 up to rated input voltage x 0.75
Rated frequency
[Hz]
• Input
--• Output
0 ... 500
Rated current
[A]
• Input
2.4
4.8
7.3
12.1
• Output
2.0
4.0
6.1
10.2
Motor rated power
[kW]
0.75
1.5
2.2
4.0
Auxiliary power supply
[V]
DC 24 (20 - 30)
Max. aux. current requirement [A]
• Standard version at 20 V
0.8
• Maximum version at 20 V
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
Pulse frequency fp
[kHz]
1.7 to 16.0 (see fig. “Derating curves”)
Load class II to EN 60 146-1-1
Base load current
[A]
0.91 x rated output current
Overload cycle time
[s]
300
Overload current
[A]
1.36 x rated output current
Overload duration
[s]
60
Extra short-time loading
Base load current
[A]
0.91 x rated output current
Overload cycle time
[s]
300
Overload current *)
[A]
1.6 x rated output current
Overload duration
[s]
30
Loses, cooling
Efficiency η (rated operation)
Power loss (fp = 2.5 kHz)
[kW]
0.05
0.06
0.07
0.09
Cooling air requirement
[m³/s]
0.002
0.009
0.009
0.018
Pressure drop ∆p
[Pa]
10
20
20
15
Sound pressure levels, types of construction, dimensions, weights
Sound pressure level
[dB(A)]
18
40
40
37
Dimensions
[mm]
• Width
45
67.5
67.5
90
• Height
360
360
360
360
• Depth
260
260
260
260
Weight approx.
[kg]
3.0
3.4
3.4
3.8
21-3TP_0
15.7
13.2
5.5
1.5
0.14
0.041
30
37
135
360
260
8.8
*) With a 1.6-fold overload in field weakening, the torque quality is reduced
due to a ripple of 300 Hz.
Table 12-2
Technical data of inverter (Part 1)
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Technical Data
08.2008
Designation
Value
Order No.
6SE70... 21-8TP_0
22-6TP_0
23-4TP_0
23-8TP_0
Rated voltage
[V]
• Input
DC 510 (- 15 %) to 650 (+ 10 %)
• Output
3 AC 0 up to rated input voltage x 0.75
Rated frequency
[Hz]
• Input
--• Output
0 ... 500
Rated current
[A]
• Input
20.8
30.3
40.5
44.6
• Output
17.5
25.5
34.0
37.5
Motor rated power
[kW]
7.5
11.0
15.0
18.5
Auxiliary power supply
[V]
DC 24 (20 - 30)
Max. aux. current requirement [A]
• Standard version at 20 V
0.8
1.1
• Maximum version at 20 V
1.5
2.0
Pulse frequency fp
[kHz]
1.7 to 16.0 (see fig. “Derating curves”)
Load class II to EN 60 146-1-1
Base load current
[A]
0.91 x rated output current
Overload cycle time
[s]
300
Overload current
[A]
1.36 x rated output current
Overload duration
[s]
60
Extra short-time loading
Base load current
[A]
0.91 x rated output current
Overload cycle time
[s]
300
Overload current *)
[A]
1.6 x rated output current
Overload duration
[s]
30
Loses, cooling
Efficiency η (rated operation)
Power loss (fp = 2.5 kHz)
[kW]
0.17
0.22
0.30
0.35
Cooling air requirement
[m³/s]
0.041
0.041
0.061
0.061
Pressure drop ∆p
[Pa]
30
30
30
30
Sound pressure levels, types of construction, dimensions, weights
Sound pressure level
[dB(A)]
48
48
59
59
Dimensions
[mm]
• Width
135
135
180
180
• Height
360
360
360
360
• Depth
260
260
260
260
Weight approx.
[kg]
8.9
9.0
12.7
12.9
*) With a 1.6-fold overload in field weakening, the torque quality is reduced
due to a ripple of 300 Hz.
Table 12-3
12-4
Technical data of inverter (part 2)
Operating Instructions
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Technical Data
Designation
Value
Order No.
6SE70... 24-7TP_0
26-0TP_0
27-2TP_0
Rated voltage
[V]
• Input
DC 510 (- 15 %) to 650 (+ 10 %)
• Output
3 AC 0 up to rated input voltage x 0,75
Rated frequency
[Hz]
• Input
--• Output
0 ... 500
Rated current
[A]
• Input
55.9
70.2
85.7
• Output
47
59
72
Motor rated power
[kW]
22
30
37
Auxiliary power supply
[V]
DC 24 (20 - 30)
Max. aux. current requirement [A]
• Standard version at 20 V
1.3
1.7
• Maximum version at 20 V
1.8
2.1
Pulse frequency fp
[kHz]
1.7 to 16.0 (see fig. “Derating curves")
Load class II to EN 60 146-1-1
Base load current
[A]
0.91 x rated output current
Overload cycle time
[s]
300
Overload current
[A]
1.36 x rated output current
Overload duration
[s]
60
Extra short-time loading
Base load current
[A]
0.91 x rated output current
Overload cycle time
[s]
300
Overload current *)
[A]
1.6 x rated output current
Overload duration
[s]
30
Loses, cooling
Efficiency η (rated operation)
Power loss (fp = 2.5 kHz)
[kW]
0.41
0.49
0.61
Cooling air requirement
[m³/s]
0.041
0.061
0.061
Pressure drop ∆p
[Pa]
30
30
30
Sound pressure levels, types of construction, dimensions, weights
Sound pressure level
[dB(A)]
48
59
59
Dimensions
[mm]
• Width
180
180
180
• Height
360
360
360
• Depth
260
260
260
Weight approx.
[kg]
14.1
14.5
14.7
*) With a 1.6-fold overload in field weakening, the torque quality is reduced
due to a ripple of 300 Hz.
Table 12-4
Technical data of inverter (part 3)
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Technical Data
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Derating curves
Permissible rated input voltage in %
according to VDE 0110 / IEC 664-1
(not required by UL / CSA)
100
75
50
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
Height above sea level in m
Permissible rated current in %
100
Height
[m]
Derating
factor K1
1000
1.0
2000
0.9
3000
0.845
4000
0.8
100
Temp
[°C]
Derating
factor K2
75
50
0.80
90
80
70
60
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
Height above sea level in m
Permissible rated current in %
50
25
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
Coolant temperature in °C
45
1.0
40
1.125
35
1.25 *
30
1.375 *
25
1.5 *
*See note
below
Permissible rated current in %
100
Pulse
frequency Derating
factor K3
kHz
6
1.0
75
50
0
2
Fig. 12-1
12-6
4
6
8 10 12 14 16 18
Pulse frequency
8
0.9
10
0.8
12
0.7
14
0.6
16
0.5
Derating curves
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Technical Data
The derating of the permissible rated current for installation altitudes of
over 1000 m and at ambient temperatures below 45 °C is calculated as
follows:
Total derating =
Deratingaltitude x Deratingambient temperature
K = K1 x K2
NOTE
It must be borne in mind that total derating must not be greater than 1!
Example: Altitude: 3000 m
K1 = 0.845
Ambient temperature: 35 °C
K2 = 1.25
→ Total derating = 0.845 x 1.25 = 1.056 (= 1)
Rating plate
Unit designation
List of unit options
Year of manufacture
Month of manufacture
Fig. 12-2
Date of manufacture
Example of rating plate (applies only < 22 kW)
The date of manufacture can be derived as follows:
Character
Year of manufacture
Character
Month of manufacture
U
2006
1 to 9
January to September
V
2007
O
October
W
2008
N
November
X
2009
D
December
Table 12-5
Assignment of characters to the month and year of manufacture
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Technical Data
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Option codes
Option
Meaning
Option
SBP: Pulse encoder evaluation
C11
C12
Slot A
Slot B
CBC: CAN bus
G21
G22
SLB: SIMOLINK
G41
G42
Slot A
Slot B
Slot A
Slot B
G61
G62
12-8
Slot A
Slot B
EB2: Expansion Board 2
G71
G72
K80
Table 12-6
Slot A
Slot B
EB1: Expansion Board 1
CBP2: PROFIBUS
G91
G92
Meaning
Slot A
Slot B
“Safe Stop” option
Meaning of the option codes
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Faults and Alarms
13
Faults and Alarms
13.1
Faults
General information regarding faults
For each fault, the following information is available:
Parameter
r947
Fault number
r949
Fault value
r951
Fault list
P952
Number of faults
r782
Fault time
If a fault message is not reset before the electronic supply voltage is
switched off, then the fault message will be present again when the
electronic supply is switched on again. The unit cannot be operated
without resetting the fault message. (Exception: Automatic restart has
been selected, see P373.)
Number / Fault
F001
Main contactor
checkback
F002
Pre-charging
Cause
If a main contactor checkback is configured,
no checkback occurs within the time set in
P600 after the power-up command. In the
case of externally excited synchronous motors
(P095 = 12), there is no checkback for the
excitation current unit.
When pre-charging, the minimum DC link
voltage (P071 Line Volts x 1.34) of 80 % has
not been reached.
The maximum pre-charging time of 3 seconds
has been exceeded.
F006
Shutdown has occurred due to excessive DC
link voltage.
DC link overvoltage
Line voltage I DC voltage range I Shutdown
value
------------------------------------------------------------200 V - 230 V I 270 V - 310 V I appr. 410 V
380 V - 480 V I 510 V - 650 V I appr. 820 V
500 V - 600 V I 675 V - 810 V I appr. 1020 V
660 V - 690 V I 890 V - 930 V I appr. 1220 V
Counter-measure
P591 Src Contactor Msg
Parameter value must be in conformance with
the connection of the main contactor
checkback.
Check the checkback loop of the main
contactor (or the checkback of the excitation
current unit in the case of synchronous
motors).
Check the supply voltage,
Compare witth P071 Line Volts (Compare
P071 with the DC link voltage on DC units).
Check the rectifier/regenerative unit on DC
units. The rectifier/regenerative unit must be
switched on before the inverter is switched on.
Check the supply voltage or input DC voltage.
Converter is operating in regenerative mode
without feedback possibility.
If the converter supply voltage is at the upper
tolerance limit and it is operating at full load,
F006 can also be caused by a line phase
failure.
Possibly
For parallel-connected converters (BF M,N)
r949 = 1: Overvoltage in the DC link of the
master
r949 = 2: Overvoltage in the DC link of the
slave.
- Increaase P464 Decel Time,
- Activate P515 DC Bus Volts Reg (check
P071 beforehand)
- Reduce P526 Fly Search Speed.
- Reduce P259 Max Regen Power (only for
P100 = 3, 4 or 5)
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Faults and Alarms
Number / Fault
F008
DC link undervoltage
02.2008
Cause
The lower limit value of 76 % of the DC link
voltage (P071 Line Volts), or of 61 % when
kinetic buffering has been enabled, has been
fallen short of.
Counter-measure
Check
- Input DC voltage
- DC link
Undervoltage in the DC link in 'normal'
operation (i.e. no SIMULATION).
Undervoltage in the DC link with active kinetic
buffering and speed less than 10 % of the
rated motor speed.
F010
DC link overvoltage
It was a 'brief power failure' which was not
detected until system recovery (auto restart
flag).
Due to excessive DC link voltage, shutdown
has taken place:
Line voltage
DC link range Shutdown
value
380 V - 480 V 510 V - 650 V
740 V
Check the supply voltage
Check the braking resistor
Converter operates regeneratively without a
feedback possibility. Braking unit must be set
to the lower response threshold (673 V)
Note:
Only at U800 = 1 and f(Pulse) > f(derating)
F011
Lower threshold value than F006 !
Overcurrent shutdown has occurred.
The shutdown threshold has been exceeded.
- Check the converter output for short-circuit or
earth fault
Overcurrent
- Check the load for an overload condition
- Check whether motor and converter are
correctly matched
F012
I too low
F014
I too low
During excitation of the induction motor, the
current did not rise above 12.5 % of the
setpoint magnetizing current for no-load
operation.
During excitation of the motor, the current
component is less than 25 % of the motor noload current.
- Check whether the dynamic requirements
are too high
Only for closed loop n/f/T control (P100 = 3, 4
or 5)
If no motor is connected, go into the simulation
mode P372.
Check current detection, check power section.
Check the output contactor
Check the motor cable
Note:
Only for U800 = 1
Irrespective of the type of control
(Difference to F012)
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Faults and Alarms
Number / Fault
F015
Cause
Motor has stalled or is locked:
Counter-measure
- Reduce load
Motor stall
- if the static load is too high
- Release brake
- if the acceleration or deceleration time is too
fast, or if load change is too fast and too great,
- Increase current limits
- Increase P805 PullOut/BlckTime
- due to incorrect parameterization of the pulse
encoder pulse number P151 or of the analog
- Increase P792 response threshold for
tachometer scaling P138
set/actual deviation
- due to disturbed speed signals (tachometer
shield not connected)
Only for f/n/T control (P100 = 3, 4, 5)
- Increase torque limits or torque setpoint
The fault is only generated after the time set in
P805.
The binector B0156 is set in the status word 2
r553 Bit 28.
To detect whether the drive is blocked, see
P792 (Perm Deviation) and P794. With n/f
control, this fault is tripped if the torque limits
have been reached (B0234).
With speed control (P100 = 4) and master
drive (see P587), the fault can also point to an
interruption in the encoder cable. This case
has the same significance as if the drive is
locked.
Only n/T control or v/f control with speed
controller: (P100 = 0, 4, 5)
- Check tachometer cable break
- Check pulse encoder pulse number
- Check analog tachometer scaling
- Connect shield of tachometer cable on motor
side and converter side
- Reduce smoothing of speed pre-control P216
(only n/T control)
only frequency control:(P100 = 3)
With v/f control, the I(max) controller has to be
activated (P331). The monitor does not
operate with v/f textile applications (P100 = 2).
Motor has stalled or is locked:
- Slow down acceleration time (see also P467
ProtRampGen Gain)
- Increase current in the lower frequency range
(P278, P279, P280)
In the case of synchronous motors (P095 =
12, 13): by reaching the maximum frequency
- Switch in speed controller pre-control
(P471>0)
- Set EMF controller more dynamically (315) to
max. approx. 2
In the case of externally excited synchronous
motors (P095 = 12): as a result of missing or
excessively high excitation current (flux is too
small or too great).
When the maximum frequency (including
control reserves) (B0254) has been reached
on synchronous motors, the fault is generated
immediately. If the deviations in the rotor flux
are too great, first of all, the converter current
is switched to zero, the excitation current is
reduced and, after some time, the fault
message is tripped at the level of the double
damping time constant (2*r124.1). During this
wait time, the status word bit B0156 (r553.28)
is set already.
- Increase changeover frequency for the EMF
model (P313)
- Replace by speed control with pulse encoder
in the case of overmodulated n/f controller
- Track speed setpoint with the speed actual
value so that the set/actual deviation is always
less than that set in P792.
Only for synchronous motor: (P095 = 12)
- Check current limits of the excitation unit.
- Check excitation current setpoint and actual
value (incl. wiring)
- Check voltage limits of the excitation unit
during dynamic current changes.
F017
SAFE STOP
SAFE STOP operating or failure of the 24 V
power supply during operation (only for
Compact PLUS units)
- Check drive system for resonance
oscillations.
Jumper applied for SAFE STOP?
SAFE STOP checkback connected?
On Compact PLUS units: check 24 V supply
Compact PLUS only
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Faults and Alarms
Number / Fault
F018
F set fly
F019
Motor not found
F020
02.2008
Cause
The found set frequency could not be
implemented. Reasons:
- Additional setpoint 2 too high
- Speed actual-value at standstill negative
(signal ripple) and negative direction of
rotation locked.
During flying restart without tachometer:
Search in both directions of rotation not
possible (one direction blocked) and motor has
not been found.
The motor temperature limit value has been
exceeded.
Motor temperature
r949 = 1 limit value of motor temperature
exceeded
r949 = 2 short-circuit in the cable to the motor
temperature sensor or sensor defective
Counter-measure
- Check additional setpoint 2
- Release negative directions of rotation with
low maximum speed.
Power up after coasting.
Possibly increase P525 Fly Search Amps.
Enable both directions of rotation (P571,
P572)
Check the motor (load, ventilation, etc.). The
current motor temperature can be read in r009
Motor Temperature.
Check P381 Mot Tmp
Fault - check the KTY84 input at connector
-X103:29,30, or X104:29,30 (Compact PLUS)
for short-circuit.
r949 = 4 wire break in the cable to the motor
temperature sensor or sensor defective
F021
Motor I2t
F023
r949 = 5 wire break and limit value exceeded
Parameterized limit value of the I2t monitoring
for the motor has been exceeded.
The limit value of the inverter temperature has
been exceeded.
Inverter temperature
Alarm: (r949):
Bit0 Inverter overtemperature
Check: P383 Mot Tmp T1
- Measure the air intake and ambient
temperature
(Observe minimum and maximum ambient
temperature!)
- Observe the derating curves at theta >45°C
(Compact PLUS type) or 40°C.
Bit1 Wire break of cable to
temperature sensor
Bit4 Number of the temperature sensor
Bit5
Bit6
- On Compact PLUS units: ≥ 22 kW
acknowledgement is only possible after
1 minute
Check:
Bit8 Multiparallel circuit: Slave number
Bit9
Bit10
Examples:
r949 = 1: Limit value of inverter temperature
has been exceeded.
- whether the fan -E1 is connected and is
rotating in the correct direction
- that the air entry and discharge openings are
not restricted
- temperature sensor at -X30
r949 = 2: Sensor 1: wire break of sensor cable
or sensor defective
r949 = 18: Sensor 2: wire break of sensor
cable or sensor defective
r949 = 34: Sensor 3: wire break of sensor
cable or sensor defective
F025
UCE upper switch/
UCE Ph. L1
r949 = 50: Sensor 4: wire break of sensor
cable or sensor defective.
UCE upper switch (Compact PLUS) / or UCE
has tripped in phase L1
Check:
- phase L1 for short-circuit or ground fault
(-X2:U2 - including motor)
- that CU is correctly inserted
- that the switch for "SAFE STOP" (X9/5-6) is
open (only for units with order No. ...-11,
...-21,...-31, ...-61).
13-4
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Number / Fault
F026
Faults and Alarms
Cause
UCE lower switch (Compact PLUS) / or UCE
has tripped in phase L2
UCE lower switch /
UCE Ph. L2
Counter-measure
Check:
- phase L2 for short-circuit or ground fault
(-X2:V2 - including motor)
- that CU is correctly inserted
F027
Fault pulse resistor (Compact PLUS) / or UCE
has tripped in phase L3
Fault pulse resistor /
UCE Ph. L3
- that the switch for 'SAFE STOP' (X9/5-6) is
open (only for units with order Nos....-11,
...-21,...-31, ...-61)
Check:
- phase L3 for short-circuit or ground fault
(-X2:W2 - including motor)
- that CU is correctly inserted
F028
Supply phase
F029
The frequency and the amplitude of the DC
link ripple indicate a single-phase power
failure.
A fault has occurred in the measured value
sensing system:
Meas. value sensing
The measured variable at which a fault
occurred during offset adjustment is bit-coded
and stored in r949 :
Bit 0: Current phase L1
Bit 1: Current phase L2
Bit 2: DC link voltage
Bit 3: Inverter temperature
Bit 4: Motor temperature
Bit 5: Analog input 1
Bit 6: Analog input 2
- that the switch for 'SAFE STOP' (X9/5-6) is
open (only for units with order Nos....-11,
...-21,...-31, ...-61)
Check the supply voltage.
Causes in phase L1 and L2:
- Fault in measured value sensing system
- Fault in power section (valve cannot block)
- Fault on CU
Causes on all other measured variables:
- Fault on CU (SIMA) -> replace CU
Examples:
- (r949 = 1) Offset adjustment in phase L1 not
possible
- (r949 = 2) Offset adjustment in phase L3 not
possible.
F035
- (r949 = 3) Offset adjustment in phases L1
and L3 not possible.
Parameterizable external fault input 1 has
been activated
Ext. Fault 1
Check:
- whether there is an external fault
- whether the cable to the appropriate digital
input has been interrupted
F036
Parameterizable external fault input 2 has
been activated
Ext. Fault 2
- P575 Src No ExtFault1
Check:
- whether there is an external fault
- whether the cable to the appropriate digital
input has been interrupted
- P585 Src No ExtFault2
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Faults and Alarms
Number / Fault
F037
Analog input
02.2008
Cause
An analog input is taking place in operating
mode 4..20 mA and a wire break has
occurred. The number of the analog input
concerned is shown in fault value (r949).
Counter-measure
Check the connection to
- Analog input 1 -X102:15, 16,
or -X101:9,10 (Compact PLUS).
- Analog input 2 -X102: 17, 18.
Check parameters
F038
Voltage OFF during
parameter storage
F040
AS internal
F041
EEPROM fault
F042
Calculating time
During a parameter task, a voltage failure has
occurred on the board.
Incorrect operating status
- P632 CU AnaIn Conf
- P634 CU AnaIn Smooth
- P631 CU AnaIn Offset
Re-enter the parameter. The number of the
parameter concerned can be seen in fault
value r949.
Replace CU (-A10), or replace the unit
(Compact PLUS type)
A fault has occurred when storing the values in Replace CU (-A10), or replace the unit
the EEPROM.
(Compact PLUS)
Calculating time problems
Reduce the calculating time load:
At least 10 failures of time slots T2, T3, T4 or
T5 (see also parameters r829.2 to r829.5)
- Increase P357 Sampling Time
- Calculate individual blocks in a slower
sampling time
F044
A fault has occurred during the softwiring of
binectors and connectors.
BICO manager fault
F045
Observe r829 CalcTimeHdroom.
Fault value r949:
>1000 : Fault during softwiring of connectors
>2000 : Fault during softwiring of binectors
- Voltage OFF and ON
- Factory setting and new parameterization
- Replace the board
A hardware fault has occurred when accessing - Replace CU (-A10), or replace the unit
an option board
(Compact PLUS)
Opt. Board HW
F046
A fault has occurred during the transfer of
parameters to the gating unit processor.
Par. Task
F047
The calculating time in the gating unit
computer is not sufficient
- Check connection of the board subrack to the
option boards and replace if necessary.
Power the unit down and up again.
Replace CU (-A10), or replace the unit
(Compact PLUS type)
Replace CU (-A10), or replace the unit
(Compact PLUS)
Gating Calc Time
F048
Gating Pulse Freq
F049
SW version
F050
TSY Init.
13-6
The pulse frequency set in P340 is not
permissible.
In case of synchronous motors (P095 = 12):
Pulse frequency set too high (P340>2kHz).
Change P340 Pulse Frequency.
The firmware versions on the CU have
different firmware release.
Use uniform firmware
Error when initializing the TSY board
Check:
- Whether the TSY is correctly inserted
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Number / Fault
F051
Faults and Alarms
Cause
Digital tachometer or analog tachometer
sensing are faulty
Speed encoder
Counter-measure
Check the parameters:
- P130 Src SpdActV
- P151 Pulse #
- P138 AnalogTachScale
- P109 Motor #PolePairs
The product of P109 and P138 must be
smaller than 19200. Check or replace
tachometer. Check connection to tachometer.
F052
n-Cntr.Input
Control track input (-X103/27, or -X104/27
Compact PLUS) is not high:
- Tachometer line broken
- Tachometer fault
- Replace CU (-A10), or replace the unit
(Compact PLUS type)
Unselect tachometer with control track (P130
select motor encoder)
Check control track connection (-X103/27, or
X104/27 Compact PLUS)
The fault input on the TSY was activated.
F053
Tachometer dn/dt
The permissible change value of the speed
encoder signal P215 dn(act,perm) has been
doubly exceeded.
Exchange TSY
Check tachometer cables for interruptions.
Check earthing of tachometer shield.
- The shield must be connected both at the
motor and the converter side.
- The encoder cable must not be interrupted.
- The encoder cable must not be laid together
with the power cables.
- Only recommended encoders should be
used.
- In the case of a signal fault, the DT1 board
may have to be used. If necessary, change
P215
F054
A fault has occurred during initialization of the
encoder board.
Sensor board
initialization fault
- With P806
(observe parameter description) it is possible
during operation to switch over to encoder-free
operation.
Fault value r949
1. Board code incorrect
2. TSY not compatible
3. SBP not compatible
7. Board double
20: TSY board double
F056
Communication on the SIMOLINK ring is
disturbed.
SIMOLINK telegram
failure
60: Internal error
- Check the fiber-optic cable ring
- Check whether an SLB in the ring is without
voltage
- Check whether an SLB in the ring is faulty
- Check P741 (SLB TlgOFF)
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Faults and Alarms
Number / Fault
F057
Brake does not open
F058
Parameter fault
Parameter task
F059
02.2008
Cause
The brake has not opened, the output current
of the converter has exceeded the
parameterized current threshold (U840) for
longer than one second (with the rotor locked)
Note:
Only with U800 = 1
A fault has occurred during the processing of a No remedy
parameter task.
A fault has occurred in the initialization phase
during the calculation of a parameter.
Parameter fault after
factory setting/init.
F060
MLFB is missing
F061
Incorrect
parameterization
13-8
Counter-measure
Check brake
Check I(max) brake (U840). The set threshold
must be at least 10% above the maximum
possible acceleration current.
This is set if the MLFB = 0 after exiting
INITIALIZATION (0.0 kW). MLFB = order
number.
A parameter entered during drive setting (e.g.
P107 Mot Rtd Freq, P108 Mot Rtd Speed,
P340 Pulse Frequency) is not in a permissible
range (depending on control type)
The number of the inconsistent parameter is
indicated in fault value r949. Correct this
parameter (ALL indices) and switch voltage off
and on again. Several parameters may be
affected, i.e. repeat process.
After acknowledgement, in INITIALIZATION
enter a suitable MLFB in parameter P070
MLFB (6SE70..). (Only possible with the
corresponding access stages to both access
parameters).
Acknowledge the fault and change the
corresponding parameter value. The missing
parameter is indicated in r949 as a fault value.
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Number / Fault
F062
Faults and Alarms
Cause
Fault in connection with the multi-parallel
circuit or board ImP1 has been detected.
Multi-parallel circuit
Counter-measure
r949 = 10:
Communications card does not reply. When
writing the control word, BUSY is not active if
CSOUT is inactive. Communications card is
probably not inserted.
R949 = 11,12:
Timeout during BUSY during initialization.
BUSY does not become active within 1 sec.
R949 = 15:
Timeout during BUSY during normal
communication. BUSY does not become
active within 1 sec.
R949 = 18:
Timeout when reading out the fault information
from the ImPIs. Within one second after
activation of FAULT no fault cause can be
supplied by the IMP1.
R949 = 20+i:
HW conflict. This is set if bit HWCONF is set in
status word of slave i. (Fault in the
configuration of the multi-parallel circuit)
r949 = 30+i:
HW version of ImPI isnot compatible. The
relevant slave number is contained in i.
R949 = 40:
Number of slaves does not tally with the
setpoint number of slaves of the unit.
R949 = 50+i
Inconsistency in the number of slaves. The
number of slaves notified by the ImPI is not in
conformance with the number of status words
or with the setpoint number of slaves of the
MLFB.
Counter-measure:
- Check ImPI or communications card and
replace, if necessary.
- Check configuration of multi-parallel circuit.
- Check parameterization.
- Replace CU.
F065
Scom Telegram
No telegram was received at an Scom
interface (Scom/USS protocol) within the
telegram failure time.
- Replace ImPI.
Fault value r949:
1 = interface 1 (SCom1)
2 = interface 2 (SCom2)
- Check the connection CU -X100:1 to 5 and
check the connection PMU -X300.
- Check the connection CU -X103, or
X100/ 35,36 (Compact PLUS type)
- Check "SCom/SCB TLG OFF" P704.01
(SCom1) and P704.02 (SCom2)
- Replace CU (-A10), or replace the unit
(Compact PLUS type)
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Faults and Alarms
Number / Fault
F070
02.2008
Cause
A fault has occurred during initialization of the
SCB board.
SCB initialization fault
F072
A fault has occurred during initialization of the
EB board.
EB initialization fault
Counter-measure
Fault value r949:
1: Board code incorrect
2: SCB board not compatible
5: Error in configuration data
(Check parameterization)
6: Initialization timeout
7: SCB board double
10: Channel error
Fault value r949:
2: 1st EB1 not compatible
3: 2nd EB1 not compatible
4: 1st EB2 not compatible
5: 2nd EB2 not compatible
21: Three EB1 boards
22: Three EB2 boards
110: Fault on 1st EB1 (Analog input)
120: Fault on 2nd EB1 (Analog input)
210: Fault on 1st EB2 (Analog input)
220: Fault on 2nd EB2 (Analog input)
Check the connection of the signal source to
the SCI1 (slave 1) -X428: 4, 5.
F073
4 mA at analog input 1, slave 1 fallen short of
AnInp1SL1
F074
4 mA at analog input 2, slave 1 fallen short of
Check the connection of the signal source to
the SCI1 (slave 1) -X428: 7, 8.
AnInp2 SL1
F075
4 mA at analog input 3, slave 1 fallen short of
Check the connection of the signal source to
the SCI1 (slave 1) -X428: 10, 11.
AnInp3 SL1
F076
4 mA at analog input 1, slave 2 fallen short of
Check the connection of the signal source to
the SCI1 (slave 2) -X428: 4, 5.
AnInp1 SL2
F077
4 mA at analog input 2, slave 2 fallen short of
Check the connection of the signal source to
the SCI1 (slave 2) -X428: 7, 8.
AnInp2 SL2
F078
4 mA at analog input 3, slave 2 fallen short of
Check the connection of the signal source to
the SCI1 (slave 2) -X428: 10, 11.
No telegram has been received by the SCB
(USS, peer-to-peer, SCI) within the telegram
failure time.
- Check the connections of the SCB1(2).
AnInp3 SL2
F079
SCB telegram failure
- Check P704.03"SCom/SCB Tlg OFF"
- Replce SCB1(2)
F080
TB/CB initialization
fault
Fault during initialization of the board at the
DPR interface
- Replace CU (-A10)
Fault value r949:
1: Board code incorrect
2: TB/CB board not compatible
3: CB board not compatible
5: Error in configuration data
6: Initialization timeout
7: TB/CB board double
10: Channel error
Check the T300/CB board for correct
contacting, check the PSU power supply,
check the CU / CB / T boards and check the
CB initialization parameters:
- P918.01 CB Bus Address,
- P711.01 to P721.01 CB parameters 1 to 11
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Number / Fault
F081
Faults and Alarms
Cause
Heartbeat-counter of the optional board is no
longer being processed
OptBrdHeartbeatCounter
F082
TB/CB telegram failure
No new process data have been received by
the TB or the CB within the telegram failure
time.
Counter-measure
Fault value r949:
0: TB/CB heatbeat-counter
1: SCB heartbeat-counter
2: Additional CB heartbeat-counter
- Acknowledge the fault (whereby automatic
reset is carried out)
- If the fault re-occurs, replace the board
concerned (see fault value)
- Replace ADB
- Check the connection between the subrack
and the optional boards (LBA) and replace, if
necessary
Fault value r949:
1 = TB/CB
2 = additional CB
- Check the connection to TB/CB
- Check P722 (CB/TB TlgOFF)
F085
A fault has occurred during initialization of the
CB board.
Add. CB initialization
fault
F087
SIMOLINK initialization
fault
F090
Mld Param.
F091
Mld Time
F095
Mld n(set)
A fault has occurred during initialization of the
SLB board.
An error occurred when attempting to change
a parameter from the standstill measurement
or the rotating measurement (Mot ID).
The rotating measurement takes longer than
programmed in a measured status. The
relevant measuring interval is encrypted in
parameter r949. Possible causes:
Load torque too high
Load torque not uniform
Ramp-function generator disabled
Due to entries for
- Permissible phase sequence
- Maximum frequency,
- Minimum speed,
- Changeover frequency between V and I
model,
- Start of field-weakening frequency,
- Frequency suppression bandwidth
it was not possible to determine a permissible
frequency range for the rotating measurement.
- Replace CB or TB
Fault value r949:
1: Board code incorrect
2: TB/CB board not compatible
3: CB board not compatible
5: Error in configuration data
6: Initialization timeout
7: TB/CB board double
10: Channel error
Check the T300 / CB board for correct
contacting and check the CB initialization
parameters:
- P918.02 CB Bus Address,
- P711.02 to P721.02 CB Parameters 1 to 11
- Replace CU (-A10), or replace the unit
(Compact PLUS type)
- Replace SLB
Power down and power up again. If it
reoccurs, replace CU (-A10), or replace the
unit (Compact PLUS type)
Eliminate the cause and re-start the
measurement (power up the converter again).
If it re-occurs, replace CU (-A10), or replace
the unit (Compact PLUS type).
There must be a 10 % frequency range which
lies above 1.1 times the changeover frequency
and below 0.9 times the start of fieldweakening frequency.
Possible counter-measures
- Permit both phase sequences
- Increase maximum frequency
- Reduce minimum speed,
- Reduce changeover frequency between the
V and I model.
- Reduce or remove the frequency
suppression bandwidth.
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Faults and Alarms
Number / Fault
F096
02.2008
Cause
The rotating measurement was aborted due to
the inadmissible external intervention.
Counter-measure
The fault value in r949 defines the type of
intervention:
Mld abort
4 Setpoint inhibit
5 Changeover, setpoint channel
8 Unexpected change in the converter status
12 Motor data set changeover (for function
selection "Compl. Mot ID")
13 Changeover to slave drive
14 Motor data set changeover to data set with
v/f_charac
15 Controller inhibit is set
16 Ramp-function generator is disabled
17 Selection "Tacho test" for F controller
18 Ramp-function generator stopped
Eliminate cause
F097
Mld meausred value
F098
Mld Tachof
The measured values for the nominal ramp-up
time when optimizing the controller deviate too
greatly.
Cause: very unsteady load torque
The rotating measurement has detected a fault
in the speed actual value signal. The fault
value defines the type of fault.
The fault measurement may have been
erroneously generated if the drive speed is
externally forced (e.g. completely locked drive
generates the "no signal" message)
22 Inverter inhibit:
Check inverter release (P561)
If necessary, increase the torque limit values
to 100 percent
The fault value in r949 defines the type of
intervention
4 No speed signal present
5 Sign of the signal is incorrect
6 A track signal is missing
7 Incorrect gain
8 Incorrect pulse number
Checking the measurement cables.
F100
GRND Init
During the ground fault test, a current not
equal to zero has been measured, or an UCE
or overcurrent monitoring has responded,
although no value has yet been triggered.
Checking the parameters
- P130 Src Speed ActV
- P1151 Encoder Pulse #
The cause of the fault can be read out from
r376 "GrdFltTestResult".
Check the converter output for short-circuit or
ground fault
(-X2:U2, V2, W2 - including motor).
Check that the CU is inserted correctly.
Sizes 1 and 2:
- Check the transistor modules on the PEU
board -A23 for short-circuit.
Size 3 and 4:
- Check the transistor modules -A100, -A200,
-A300 for short-circuit
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Number / Fault
F101
GRND UCE
F102
GRND Phase
Faults and Alarms
Cause
During the ground fault test, the UCE
monitoring has responded in a phase in which
no valve has been triggered.
During the ground fault test, a current flows in
a phase in which no valve has been triggered
or the UCE monitoring has responded in the
phase in which the valve has been triggered.
Counter-measure
Check valves in the power section for shortcircuit, and on converters with fiber-optic
gating, check the gating unit wiring and the
UCE checkbacks for correct assignment.
R376 can be interrogated to indicate which
UCE monitoring has responded.
The fault value can be read out from r949. The
digit of the xth position indicates the valve
where the fault occurred at power-up.
X O O O x = 1 = V+ x = 2 = V- x = 3 = U+
x = 4 = U- x = 5 = W+ x = 6 = WThe figure of the xth digit indicates the phase
in which I is 0 and thus a valve must be
defective (always conductive).
O O O X x = 1 Phase 1 (U)
x = 3 = Phase 3 (W)
x = 4 = Phase 1 (U) or 3 (W)
F103
There is a ground fault or a fault in the power
section.
Ground fault
During the ground fault test, a current flows
from the phase in which a valve has been
triggered, the overcurrent comparator has
responded, or a UCE monitoring has
responded in a phase in which a valve has
been triggered.
Examine phase for defective valves (always
conductive).
Read out fault value from r949. The digit of the
xth position indicates the valve where the fault
occurred at power-up.
XOOO
XOOO
x = 1 = V+ x = 2 = V- x = 3 =U+
x = 4 = U- x = 5 = W+ x = 6 = W-
Check the motor including the feeder cable for
short-circuit. If no ground fault is present,
check the power section for defective valves
(always conductive).
The digit of the xth position indicates the
phase in which I is 0 and therefore a valve
must be defective (always conductive).
OOOX
1 = Current in phase 1 (U)
2 = UCE in phase 2 (V)
3 = Current in phase 3 (W)
4 = Only overcurrent occurred
The speed of the motor shaft during the
ground-fault test should be less than 10 % of
the rated speed!
1) In phase V there is a ground fault or a
defective valve or the "SAFE STOP" switch
(X9/5-6) is open (only for units with Order No.
...-11, ...-21, ...-31).
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Faults and Alarms
Number / Fault
F107
02.2008
Cause
A fault has occurred during the test pulse
measurement
MLd = 0
Counter-measure
Read out fault value from r949. The figures of
the grey shaded areas indicate which fault has
occurred.
OOXX
xx = 01: Both current actual values
remain 0
xx = 02: Motor-converter cable
phase U interrupted
xx = 03: Motor converter phase V
interrupted
xx = 04: Motor-converter phase W
interrupted
xx = 05: Current actual value I1
remains 0
xx = 06: Current actual value I3
remains 0
xx = 07: Valve U+ does not trigger
xx = 08: Valve U- does not trigger
xx = 09: Valve V+ does not trigger
xx = 10: Valve V- does not trigger
xx = 11: Valve W+ does not trigger
xx = 12: Valve W- does not trigger
xx = 13: Sign I1 incorrect
xx = 14: Sign I3 incorrect
xx = 15: Sign I1 and I3 incorrect
xx = 16: Sign I1 confused with I3
xx = 17: I1 confused with I3 and
both currents have an
incorrect sign
The digit of the xth digit indicates where the
fault has occurred.
XOOO
F108
Mld Unsym
During the DC measurement, the
measurement results for the individual phases
differ significantly. The fault value indicates
which quantity(ies) is(are) concerned and in
which phase the greatest deviation occurred.
x = 0 = Single converter
x = 1 = Inverter 1
x = 2 = Inverter 2
x = 3 = Inverters 1 and 2
Check that all 3 motor feeder cables and the
motor windings do not have any interruption.
Check the connection between the current
converter and the electronics and check the
current converter itself. Check the correct input
of the rating plate data for the motor data set
valid during the measurement.
Read out fault value from r949. The digit of the
xth position indicates;
OOOX
Transverse voltage too high
x = 1 = phase R
x = 2 = phase S
x = 3 = phase T
OOXO
Dev. stator resistance
(1, 2, 3 as above)
XOOO
Dev. dead-time compensation
(1, 2, 3 as above)
X O O O O Dev. valve voltage
(1, 2, 3 as above)
F109
Mld R(L)
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The rotor resistance determined during DC
measurement deviates too significantly from
the value which was calculated by the
automatic parameterization from the rated slip.
The motor, power section or actual-value
sensing are significantly non-symmetrical.
- Incorrect input of rated speed or rated
frequency
- Pole pair number incorrect
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Number / Fault
F110
Mld di/dt
Faults and Alarms
Cause
During test pulse measurement, the current
has increased significantly faster than was
expected. Thus for the 1st test pulse, an
overcurrent condition occurred within the first
half of the minimum switch-on time
Counter-measure
- There may be a short-circuit between two
converter outputs.
- The motor rating plate data have not been
correctly parameterized.
- The motor leakage is too low.
F111
Fault e_Func
F112
Unsym I_sigma
F114
A fault has occurred while calculating the
equalization function.
The individual leakage test results deviate too
significantly.
The converter has automatically stopped the
automatic measurement due to the time limit
up to power-up having been exceeded or due
to an OFF command during the measurement,
and has reset the function selection in P115.
Re-start with P115 function selection = 2
"Motor identification at standstill". The ON
command must be given within 20 sec. after
the alarm message A078 = standstill
measurement has appeared.
A fault has occurred during calculations in the
context of the MotID.
Cancel the OFF command and re-start
measurement.
Power-down the converter and electronics and
power-up again.
KF internal
F116
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
Technology board fault
F117
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
Technology board fault
F118
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
Technology board fault
F119
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
Technology board fault
F120
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
Technology board fault
F121
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
Technology board fault
F122
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
Technology board fault
F123
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
Technology board fault
F124
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
Technology board fault
F125
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
Technology board fault
F126
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
Technology board fault
F127
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
Technology board fault
F128
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
Technology board fault
F129
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
MId OFF
F115
Technology board fault
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Faults and Alarms
02.2008
Number / Fault
F130
Cause
See TB documentation
Counter-measure
See TB documentation
Technology board fault
F131
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
Technology board fault
F132
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
Technology board fault
F133
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
Technology board fault
F134
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
Technology board fault
F135
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
Technology board fault
F136
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
Technology board fault
F137
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
Technology board fault
F138
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
Technology board fault
F139
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
Technology board fault
F140
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
Technology board fault
F141
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
Technology board fault
F142
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
Technology board fault
F143
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
Technology board fault
F144
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
Technology board fault
F145
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
Technology board fault
F146
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
Technology board fault
F147
See TB documentation
See TB documentation
An active signal is present at binector U061
(1).
Examine cause of fault, see function diagram
710
An active signal is present at binector U062
(1).
Examine cause of fault, see function diagram
710
An active signal is present at binector U063
(1).
Examine cause of fault, see function diagram
710
Technology board fault
F148
Fault 1
Function blocks
F149
Fault 2
Function blocks
F150
Fault 3
Function blocks
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Number / Fault
F151
Faults and Alarms
Cause
An active signal is present at binector U064
(1).
Counter-measure
Examine cause of fault, see function diagram
710
Fault 4
Function blocks
F153
Within the monitoring time of the tool interface Cyclically execute write tasks from the tool
no valid sign-of-life has been received from the interface within the monitoring time whereby
No valid sign-of-life tool tool interface.
the sign-of-life has to be increased by 1 for
interface
every write task.
F243
Fault in internal linking. One of the two linked
Replace CU (-A10), or replace the unit
partners does not reply.
(Compact PLUS).
Link int.
F244
Fault in the internal parameter linking
Release comparison of gating unit software
and operating software regarding the transfer
ParaLink int.
parameters.
F255
A fault has occurred in the EEPROM.
Fault in EEPROM
Table 13-1
Replace CU (-A10), or replace the unit
(Compact PLUS type).
Switch off the unit and switch it on again. If the
fault re-occurs, replace CU (-A10), or replace
the unit (Compact PLUS).
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Alarms
The alarm message is periodically displayed on the PMU by A = alarm/
alarm message and a 3-digit number. An alarm cannot be
acknowledged. It is automatically deleted once the cause has been
eliminated. Several alarms can be present. The alarms are then
displayed one after the other.
When the converter is operated with the OP1S operator control panel,
the alarm is indicated in the lowest operating display line. The red LED
additionally flashes (refer to the OP1S operating instructions).
Number / Alarm
A001
Calculating time
A002
Cause
The calculating time utilization is too high
Counter-measure
- Observe r829 CalcTimeHdroom
- Increase P357 Sampling Time or
a) At least 3 failures of time slots T6 or T7 (see - Reduce P340 Pulse Frequency
also parameter r829.6 or r829.6)
b) At least 3 failures of time slots T2, T3, T4 or
T5 (see also parameter r829.2 to r829.5)
Start of the SIMOLINK ring is not functioning.
- Check the fiber-optic cable ring for
interruptions
SIMOLINK start alarm
- Check whether there is an SLB without
voltage in the ring
A014
The DC link voltage is not equal to 0 when the
simulation mode is selected (P372 = 1).
Simulation active alarm
A015
Parameterizable external alarm input 1 has
been activated.
External alarm 1
A016
Safe Stop alarm active
A020
- Reduce DC link voltage (disconnect the
converter from the supply)
Check
- whether the cable to the corresponding
digital input has been interrupted.
Parameterizable external alarm input 2 has
been activated.
External alarm 2
A017
- Check whether there is a faulty SLB in the
ring
- Set P372 to 0.
- parameter P588 Src No Ext Warn1
Check
- whether the cable to the corresponding
digital input has been interrupted.
The switch for blocking the inverter pulses (X9
terminal 5-6) has been opened (only for units
with Order No. ...-11, ...-21, ...-31, ...61)
An overcurrent condition has occurred.
- parameter P589 Src No Ext Warn2
Close switch X9 5-6 and thus release the
inverter pulses.
Check the driven load for an overload
condition.
Overcurrent
- Are the motor and the converter matched?
A021
An overvoltage condition has occurred.
- Have the dynamic performance requirements
been exceeded.
Check the supply voltage. The converter
regenerates without regeneration possibility.
Overvoltage
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Number / Alarm
A022
Faults and Alarms
Cause
The threshold for initiating an alarm has been
exceeded.
Inverter temperature
Counter-measure
- Measure intake air or ambient temperature.
- Observe the derating curves at theta >45°C
(Compact PLUS) or 40°C.
Check
- Whether the fan -E1 is connected and is
rotating in the correct direction.
-The air intake and discharge openings for
blockage.
- The temperature sensor at -X30.
- r833 indicates the maximum converter
temperature of all existing measuring points
(Compact/chassis type unit).
A023
The parameterizable threshold for initiating an
alarm has been exceeded.
Motor temperature
A024
Motor movement
A025
I2t Inverter
A026
Ud too high
A029
The motor has moved during motor data
identification.
If the instantaneous load condition is
maintained, then the inverter will be thermally
overloaded.
Ud is above the continuously permissible DC
link voltage for more than 30sec in a time
interval of 90sec
The parameterized limit value for the I2t
monitoring of the motor has been exceeded.
- r833.01 indicates the actual converter
temperature (Compact PLUS type).
Check the motor (load, ventilation, etc.). The
current temperature can be read in r009 Motor
Tmp.
Check the KTY84 input at connector
-X103:29,30, or -X104:29,30 (Compact PLUS
type) for short-circuit.
Lock the motor.
Check:
- P72 Rtd Drive Amps
- MLFB P70
- P128 Imax
- r010 Drive Utilizat
Motor load cycle is exceeded!
I2t motor
Check the parameters:
A033
P382 Motor Cooling
P383 Mot Tmp T1
P384 Mot Load Limits
P804 Overspeed Hys plus
Overspeed
Bit 3 in r553 status word 2 of the septoint
channel. The speed actual value has
exceeded the value of maximum speed plus
the set hysteresis.
P452 n/f(max, FWD Spd) or
P453 n/f(max, REV Spd) has been exceeded
A034
Setpoint/actual value
deviation
Bit 8 in r552 status word 1 of the setpoint
channel. The difference between freqeuncy
setpoint/actual value is greater than the
parameterized value and the control
monitoring time has elapsed.
Increase the parameter for the maximum
frequencies or reduce the regenerative load.
Check
- whether an excessive torque requirement is
present
- whether the motor has been dimensioned too
small.
A035
Wire break
The clockwise and/or the counter-clockwise
rotating field is not enabled, or a wire
breakage is present in the terminal wiring
(both control word bits are zero).
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Increase values P792 Perm Deviation Frq/
set/actual DevSpeed and P794 Deviation Time
Check whether cable(s) to the corresponding
digital input(s) P572 Src FWD Spd / P571 Src
REV Spd is (are) interrupted or released
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Faults and Alarms
Number / Alarm
A036
Brake checkback
"Brake still closed"
A037
02.2008
Cause
The brake checkback indicates the "Brake still
closed" state.
Counter-measure
Check brake checkback (see FD 470)
The brake checkback indicates the "Brake still
open" state.
Check brake checkback (see FD 470)
Brake checkback
"Brake still open"
A041
The line voltage is too high or the drive line
voltage (P071) is incorrectly parameterized.
Vdmax controller inhibit The Vdmax controller is disabled despite
parameter access (P515), as otherwise the
motor would accelerate immediately in
operation to the maximum frequency.
A042
Motor is stalled or blocked.
Check
Motor stall/lock
- whether the drive is locked
The alarm cannot be influenced by P805
"PullOut/BlckTime", but by P794 "Deviation
Time"
- the line voltage
- P071 Line Volts
Check
- whether the encoder cable is interruped
during speed control and whether the shield is
connected.
- Whether the drive has stalled
A043
The permissible change value of the speed
encoder signal (P215) has been exceeded.
n-act jump
Additionally for synchronous motors
(P095=12):
The motor rotates with more than 2% of the
rated speed at the time of inverter release.
The inverter status "Ready for operation" is not
exited.
- For synchronous motors (P095=12):
excitation current injection
Check the tachometer cables for interruptions.
Check the earthing of the tachometer shield.
- The shield must be connected both on the
motor and on the converter side.
- The encoder cable must not be interrupted.
- The encoder cable must not be laid with the
power cables.
- Only the recommended encoders should be
used.
- If there is a signal fault, use the DTI board if
necessary. If required, change P215.
A044
I too low
Only for synchronous motors (P095=12) in
operation:
The difference smoothed with P159 between
excitation current setpoint and actual value
(r160 - r156) deviates from zero by more than
25 % of the rated magnetizing current.
- Additionally for synchronous motors
(P095=12):
Do not grant inverter release until the motor is
at standstill
Only for synchronous motors P095=12)
Check:
- whether the current limitation of the excitation
current control is too small,
- whether the dynamic performance of the
excitation current injection is too low,
- whether the excitation current injection
function is operating,
- whether the wiring of excitation current
actual-value P155 is correct,
- whether the wiring of excitation current
setpoint r160 is correct,
- whether there is a wire break between
MASTERDRIVES and the excitation device,
- whether the voltage limitation is too low for
dynamic excitation current control,
- whether the analog output for r160 takes
place without isolating amplifiers (despite
cable length > 4 m)
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Number / Alarm
A045
DC braking activated
A049
No slave
A050
Slave incorrect
A051
Peer baud rate
A052
Peer PcD L
A053
Peer Lng f.
A057
TB Param
A061
Alarm 1
Function blocks
A062
Alarm 2
Function blocks
A063
Alarm 3
Function blocks
A064
Alarm 4
Function blocks
A065
Auto restart active
A066
fsyn > fmax
A067
fsyn < fmin
A068
fsyn<>fsoll
Faults and Alarms
Cause
The DC braking function has been activated
and the motor frequency is still above the
frequency at which DC braking begins (P398).
At serial I/O (SCB1 with SCI1/2), no slave is
connected or fiber-optic cable is interrupted or
slaves are without voltage.
At ser. I/O the slaves required according to a
parameterized configuration are not present
(slave number or slave type): Analog inputs or
outputs or digital inputs or outputs have been
parameterized which are not physically
present.
In a peer-to-peer connection a baud rate has
been selected which is too high or too
different.
In a peer-to-peer connection, a PcD length has
been set which is too high (>5).
Counter-measure
- Increase frequency at which DC braking
begins
P690 SSCI AnaIn Conf
- Check slave.
- Check cable.
Check parameter P693 (analog outputs), P698
(digital outputs). Check connectors
K4101...K4103, K4201...K4203 (analog inputs)
and binectors B4100...B4115, B4120...B4135,
B4200...B4215, B4220...B4235 (digital inputs)
for connecting.
Adjust the baud rate in conjunction with the
SCB boards P701 SCom/SCB Baud Rate
Reduce number of words P703 SCom/SCB
PcD #
In a peer-to-peer connection, the pcD length of Adjust the word length for transmitter and
transmitter and receiver do not match.
receiver
P703 SCom/SCB PcD #
Occurs when a TB is logged on and present,
Replace TB configuration (software)
but parameter tasks from the PMU, SCom1 or
SCom2 have not been answered by the TB
within 6 seconds.
An active signal is present at binector U065
Check cause of alarm (see FD 710)
(1).
An active signal is present at binector U066
(1).
Check cause of alarm (see FD 710)
An active signal is present at binector U067
(1).
Check cause of alarm (see FD 710)
An active signal is present at binector U068
(1).
Check cause of alarm (see FD 710)
The auto restart option (P373) restarts the
drive. A possibly parameterized power-up
delay time (P374) expires if flying restart is not
selected. During pre-charging of the DC link,
there is no time monitoring i.e. with an external
electronics power supply, it is also switched-in
again.
The measured target frequency of the external
converter (or supply) is greater than the
parameterized maximum frequency of the
synchronizing converter.
Caution!
The measured target frequency of the external
converter (or supply) is less than the minimum
frequency required for synchronizing.
The setpoint frequency of the synchronizing
converter deviates too significantly from the
measured target frequency of the external
converter (or supply). The permissible
deviation can be set in P529.
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Personnel could be in danger when the drive
automatically restarts. Check whether the auto
restart function is really required!
Check:
- P452 n/f(max, FWD Spd)/ P453 n/f(max,REV
Spd) are correct and
- correct motor data set P578 Src MotDSet
Bit0 are selected
Check:
- r533 Sync Target Freq
- Synchronizing cable.
Adjust total setpoint (main and additional
setpoints) to the target frequency displayed in
visualization parameter r533.
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Faults and Alarms
Number / Alarm
A069
RGen active
A070
Sync error
A071
tSY missing
A075
Ls, Rr Dev.
A076
02.2008
Cause
Synchronizing is not started as long as the
ramp-function generator in the synchronizing
converter setpoint channel is active. This
alarm is only output if synchronizing is
selected.
This alarm is output if the phase difference
goes outside the synchronizing window (P531)
after successful synchronization.
An attempt has been made to start
synchronization with either the synchronizing
board not inserted or not parameterized.
The measured values of the leakage
measurement or of rotor resistance deviate
significantly.
Counter-measure
Wait until acceleration has been completed.
Check whether
- P462 Accel Time
- P463 Accel Time Unit have been correctly
set.
The alarm can only be deleted after
synchronization has been exited.
Insert the TSY board in the subrack
Usually the leakage reactance P122 is the
average value resulting from the measured
values in r546.1...12, and the rotor resistance
r126 from the values in r542.1..3.
The determined compensation time was
limited to the value range of 0.5 µs - 1.5 µs.
If individual measured values significantly
deviate from the average values, they are
automatically not taken into account for the
calculation (for RI) or the value of the
automatic parameterization remains (for Ls).
It is only necessary to check the results for
their plausibility in the case of drives with high
requirements on torque or speed accuracy.
Converter output and motor output are too
different.
The measured resistance has been limited to
the maximum value of 49 %.
Check motor data input P095 to P109.
Converter output and motor output are too
different.
t-comp lim
A077
r-g limit
A078
Stands. Meas
A079
Mld Inv Stop
A080
MotId:Dr.M
A081
CB alarm
A082
CB alarm
The standstill measurement is executed when
the converter is powered up. The motor can
align itself several times in a certain direction
with this measurement.
The rotating measurement has been aborted
or cannot commence because an inverter stop
command is present.
When the converter is powered up, the
rotating measurement automatically
accelerates the drive. The drive can then only
be externally controlled in a restricted fashion.
The following description refers to the 1st
CBP. For other CBs or the TB see operating
instructions for CB board.
The ID byte combinations which are being
sent from the DP master in the configuration
telegram are not in conformance with the
permissible ID byte combinations. (See also
Compendium, Chapter 8, Table 8.2-12).
Consequence:
No connection is made with the PROFIBUS
master.
The following description refers to the 1st
CBP. For other CBs or the TB see the
operating instructions for the CB board.
Check motor data input P095 to P109.
If the standstill measurement can be executed
without any danger:
- Power up the converter.
P561 Src InvRelese - Release the inverter
If necessary, re-start the measurement by
powering-up the converter.
If the rotating measurement can be executed
without any danger:
- Power up the converter.
New configuration necessary
New configuration necessary.
No valid PPO type can be identified from the
configuration telegram of the DP master.
Consequence:
No connection is made with the PROFIBUS
master.
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Number / Alarm
A083
CB alarm
A084
CB alarm
A085
CB alarm
A086
CB alarm
Faults and Alarms
Cause
The following description refers to the 1st
CBP. For other CBs or the TB see the
operating instructions for the CB board.
No net data or invalid net data (e.g. complete
control word STW1=0) are being received
from the DP master.
Consequence:
The process data are not passed on to the
dual port RAM. If P722 (P695) is not equal to
zero, this will cause the fault message F082 to
be tripped.
The following description refers to the 1st
CBP. For other CBs or the TB see the
operating instructions for the CB board.
The telegram traffic between the DP master
and the CBP has been interrupted (e.g. cable
break, bus cable pulled out or DP master
powered down).
Consequence:
If P722 (P695) is not equal to zero, this will
cause the fault message F082 to be tripped.
The following description refers to the 1st
CBP. For other CBs or the TB see the
operating instructions for the CB board.
The CBP does not generate this alarm!
The following description refers to the 1st
CBP. For other CBs or the TB see the
operating instructions for the CB board.
CB alarm
Failure of the heartbeat counter on the basic
unit. The heartbeat counter on the basic unit is
no longer being incremented. The
communication between the CBP and the
basic board is disturbed.
The following description refers to the 1st
CBP. For other CBs or the TB see the
operating instructions for the CB board.
A088
Fault in the DPS manager software of the
CBP.
See user manual for CB board
A087
CB alarm
A089
CB alarm
A090
CB alarm
A091
CB alarm
A092
CB alarm
A093
CB alarm
A094
CB alarm
A095
See user manual for CB board
Alarm of the 2nd CB board corresponds to
A81 of the 1st CB board
See user manual for CB board
Alarm of the 2nd CB board corresponds to
A82 of the 1st CB board
See user manual for CB board
Alarm of the 2nd CB board corresponds to
A83 of the 1st CB board
See user manual for CB board
Alarm of the 2nd CB board corresponds to
A84 of the 1st CB board
See user manual for CB board
Alarm of the 2nd CB board corresponds to
A85 of the 1st CB board
See user manual for CB board
Alarm of the 2nd CB board corresponds to
A86 of the 1st CB board
Alarm of the 2nd CB board. Corresponds to
A87 of the 1st CB board
Counter-measure
See operating instructions of the CB board
See operating instructions of the CB board
See operating instructions of the CB board
See operating instructions of the CB board
See operating instructions of the CB board
See user manual for CB board
See user manual for CB board
See user manual for CB board
See user manual for CB board
See user manual for CB board
See user manual for CB board
See user manual for CB board
See user manual for CB board
CB alarm
See operating instructions for CB board
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Faults and Alarms
Number / Alarm
A096
02.2008
CB alarm
A097
Cause
See user manual for CB board
Alarm of the 2nd CB board corresponds to
A88 of the 1st CB board
See user manual for TB board
Counter-measure
See user manual for CB board
See user manual for TB board
TB alarm 1
A098
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
TB alarm 1
A099
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
TB alarm 1
A100
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
TB alarm 1
A101
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
TB alarm 1
A102
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
TB alarm 1
A103
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
TB alarm 1
A104
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
TB alarm 1
A105
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
TB alarm 1
A106
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
TB alarm 1
A107
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
TB alarm 1
A108
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
TB alarm 1
A109
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
TB alarm 1
A110
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
TB alarm 1
A111
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
TB alarm 1
A112
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
TB alarm 1
A113
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
TB alarm 2
A114
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
TB alarm 2
A115
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
TB alarm 2
A116
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
TB alarm 2
A117
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
TB alarm 2
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Faults and Alarms
Number / Alarm
A118
Cause
See user manual for TB board
Counter-measure
See user manual for TB board
TB alarm 2
A119
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
TB alarm 2
A120
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
TB alarm 2
A121
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
TB alarm 2
A122
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
TB alarm 2
A123
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
TB alarm 2
A124
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
TB alarm 2
A125
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
TB alarm 2
A126
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
TB alarm 2
A127
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
TB alarm 2
A128
See user manual for TB board
See user manual for TB board
TB alarm 2
Table 13-2
Alarm numbers, causes and their counter-measures
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Faults and Alarms
13.3
02.2008
Fatal errors (FF)
Fatal errors are serious hardware or software errors which no longer
permit normal operation of the unit. They only appear on the PMU in
the form "FF<No>". The software is re-booted by actuating any key on
the PMU.
Number / Fault
FF01
Time slot overflow
FF03
Cause
A time slot overflow which cannot be corrected
has been detected in the higher-priority time
slots.
Serious faults have occurred while accessing
external option boards (CB, TB, SCB, TSY ..).
Access fault
Optional board
FF04
RAM
FF05
EPROM fault
FF06
Counter-measure
- Increase sampling time (P357 or reduce
pulse frequency (P340)
- Replace CU, or replace the unit (Compact
PLUS type)
- Replace CU, or replace the unit (Compact
PLUS type)
- Replace the LBA
A fault has occurred during the test of the
RAM.
- Replace the option board
- Replace CU, or replace the unit (Compact
PLUS type)
A fault has occurred during the test of the
EPROM.
- Replace CU, or replace the unit (Compact
PLUS type)
Stack has overflowed
For VC: Increase sampling time (P357)
For MC: Reduce pulse frequency (P340)
Stack overflow
FF07
- Replace CU, or replace the unit (Compact
PLUS type)
- Replace CU, or replace the unit (Compact
PLUS type)
Stack underflow
Stack Underflow
FF08
Invalid processor command should be
processed
- Replace firmware
- Replace CU, or replace the unit (Compact
PLUS type)
Invalid format in a protected processor
command
- Replace firmware
- Replace CU, or replace the unit (Compact
PLUS type)
Undefined Opcode
FF09
Protection Fault
FF10
Word access to uneven address
- Replace firmware
- Replace CU, or replace the unit (Compact
PLUS type)
Illegal Word Operand
Address
FF11
Jump command to uneven address
- Replace firmware
- Replace CU, or replace the unit (Compact
PLUS type)
A version conflict between the firmware and
the hardware has occurred.
- Replace firmware
- Replace firmware
- Replace CU, or replace the unit (Compact
PLUS type)
Unexpected fatal error
Replace the board
FF15
(During processing of the fatal errors, a fault
number has occurred which is unknown to
date).
Stack overflow (C-Compiler Stack)
Replace the board
CSTACK_OVERFLOW
FF16
NMI
Illegal Instruction
Access
FF13
Wrong firmware
version
FF14
FF processing
- Replace firmware
- Replace CU, or replace the unit (Compact
PLUS type)
NMI error
Table 13-3
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Fatal errors
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Environmental Friendliness
Environmental Friendliness
Environmental
aspects during the
development
The number of components has been significantly reduced over earlier
converter series by the use of highly integrated components and the
modular design of the complete series. Thus, the energy requirement
during production has been reduced.
Special significance was placed on the reduction of the volume, weight
and variety of metal and plastic components.
Plastics
components used
ABS:
PC / ABS:
PA6:
PA6.6:
Pocan (PBT):
PP:
PBTP:
Hostaphan (Makrofol):
Formex:
NOMEX:
FR4:
PMU board, Siemens logo
Front cover VC Large
Front cover VC, terminal strips,
spacer bolts, fan impeller
DC link terminal cover,
through terminals, terminal strips, terminal
blocks
Optional card covers
PMU covers
Fan housing
Insulating plates
Insulating paper
Printed circuit boards
Halogen-containing flame retardants were, for all essential
components, replaced by environmentally-friendly flame retardants.
Environmental compatibility was an important criterium when selecting
the supplied components.
Environmental
aspects during
production
Purchased components are generally supplied in recyclable packaging
materials (board).
Surface finishes and coatings were eliminated with the exception of the
galvanized sheet steel side panels.
ASIC devices and SMD devices were used on the boards.
The production is emission-free.
Environmental
aspects for disposal
The unit can be broken down into recyclable mechanical components
as a result of easily releasable screw and snap connections.
The plastic components are to DIN 54840 and have a recycling symbol.
After the service life has expired, the product must be disposed of in
accordance with the applicable national regulations.
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Maintenance
Forming
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