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Location and Mounting

Table 3-1 Watts Loss Ratings
Enclosure Size AA, B and C 240VAC 2.5kHz PWM 50Watts + (14 W/ Amp) 8.0kHz PWM 50Watts + (17 W/ Amp) 480VAC 2.5kHz PWM 50Watts + (17 W/ Amp) 8.0kHz PWM 50Watts + (26 W/ Amp) 600VAC 2.5kHz PWM 50Watts + (18 W/ Amp) 8.0kHz PWM 50Watts + (28 W/ Amp)
Example: At 2.5kHz, a 3hp, 240VAC control draws 10Amps. Watts loss = 50W + (10x14) = 190Watts
Receiving & Installation 3-1

Cover Removal

Size AA, B and C To connect power and signal wires, the cover must be removed. This procedure describes how to access all terminal connections inside the control. 1. Remove the four cover screws shown in Figure 3-1. 2. Lift and remove the cover. 3. Press in the two Cover Releases (Control) and rotate the control cover open as shown.
Lift and remove cover Cover Screws (4)
Figure 3-1 Size AA, B and C Cover Removal
Control Cover Cover Release Cover Release
Cover Control I/O Module Slot1 Feedback Module Slot3 I/O Module Slot2

Shield Screws (4)

Shield Plate
Power Base Power & Motor Connections Analog/Digital I/O Terminals

Cable Entrance

Keypad Connector The keypad connector referenced in Figure 3-2 and Table 3-2 is an RJ11 type wired as half duplex RS485.
Twisted pair wire must be used to connect the keypad and control for remote mounting of the keypad.
Only Baldor cables should be used to connect the keypad and control. These are special twisted pair cables to protect the control and keypad. Damage associated with other cable types are not covered by the Baldor warranty.

Figure 3-2

Connection, either end with clip on bottom
3-2 Receiving & Installation
Table 3-2 Cable Connections
Pin Signal Name A B KP_PS_GND +8V KP_PS_GND +8V Description RS485 Line A RS485 Line B Power Supply Return Power Supply + Power Supply Return Power Supply +
Optional Remote Keypad Installation
The keypad may be remotely mounted using optional Baldor keypad extension cable (refer to Appendix A). When the keypad is properly mounted to a NEMA Type 4X enclosure, it retains the Type 4X rating. The Mounting/Drill Template is located in Appendix C of this manual.
Tools Required: Center punch, tap handle, screwdrivers (Phillips and straight) and crescent wrench. 8-32 tap and #29 drill bit (for tapped mounting holes) or #19 drill (for clearance mounting holes). 1-1/4 standard knockout punch (1-11/16 nominal diameter). RTV sealant.

A1 *Optional Load Reactor A2
Optional M Contactor Connections * M-Contactor * Optional RC Device Electrocube RG1781-3
To Power Source (Rated Coil Voltage) J2 * M Enable 8 9
Note 1 T2 T3 T1 G * AC Motor Note 3
M=Contacts of optional M-Contactor
Long Motor Leads The wire leads that connect the motor to the control are critical in terms of sizing, shielding and the cable characteristics. Short cable runs are usually trouble free but faultmonitoring circuitry can produce numerous faults when long cables (over 100 feet) are used. 100+ ft (30m). Baldor recommends adding an optional load reactor to the output of the control. 250+ ft (75m). Baldor recommends adding an optional load reactor and common mode choke to the control. The load reactor and/or common mode choke should be placed in close physical proximity to the control. Unexpected faults may occur due to excessive charging current required for motor cable capacitance. If you use long motor leads and experience unexpected trips due to current overload conditions and are not sure how to correctly size and connect the optional load reactors, please contact your Baldor representative. Baldor is always glad to assist.
3-12 Receiving & Installation
Optional Dynamic Brake Hardware
Size AA, B and C controls, refer to Figure 3-12 for DB resistor connections. Dynamic Brake (DB) Hardware must be installed on a flat, non-flammable, vertical surface for effective cooling and operation.
Before external Dynamic Brake Hardware is added, the internal resistor must be disconnected. Remove the resistor (wires) from the B+/R1 and R2 terminals. The external resistor can be connected across these terminals. Failure to remove the internal resistor will decrease the total resistance (parallel connection) and cause damage.

E or W suffix

R1/B+ R2
Electrical Installation Connections for DB hardware are determined by the Control model number suffix (E or EO). Figure 3-12 DB Terminal Identification
C Size Only Disconnect internal DB resistor wires from DBR1 and DBR2 terminals before connecting external DB Resistor to prevent damage.

DBR1 DBR2

External
Wires from the Internal Dynamic Brake resistor for size AA & B controls must be removed before external resistor hardware is installed.
See recommended Terminal Tightening Torques in Section 6. Note: Although not shown, metal conduit should be used to shield all power wires and motor leads.
External Trip Input Terminal J2-16 is available for connection to a normally closed contact. The contact should be a dry contact type
with no power available from the contact. When the contact opens (activated), the control will automatically shut down and give an External Trip fault.
Control Board Connections
The analog and digital inputs and output terminals are shown in Figure 3-13. The signals are described in Tables 3-10, 3-11 and 3-12. Connections will depend upon which of the operating modes are chosen. Each mode is described and a connection diagram is provided later in this section.

active Low as shown in Figure 3-16. Internal or external power sources are selected using jumpers JP5 and JP6 shown in Figure 3-15.
Figure 3-16 Active HIGH (Sourcing); Active LOW (Sinking) Connections
Internally Supplied 24VDC Active High Connections Active Low Connections
JP6 ENP JP5 INP ENP JP5 DFT JP6 INP ENP JP5 DFT
Externally Supplied 24VDC Active High Connections Active Low Connections
JP6 INP ENP JP5 DFT JP6 INP

JJ24 Sink

Enable Digital Input 1 Digital Input 2 Digital Input 3 Digital Input 4 Digital Input 5 Digital Input 6 Digital Input 7 Digital Input 8
External User Return External User +24V Internal +24V Internal 24V Return

Source Note:

Source User Provided + 24V Power Source
These pins are shown wired together. Although this can be done, each input is usually connected to a switch for individual control of each input condition.
User Provided + 24V Power Source
See recommended tightening torques in Section 6. Note: Factory connection of J28 (Enable) is made to J324 for Internal, Active Low connection. For other configurations, the wire at J324 must be moved to J323, J321 or J322 as needed.
3-16 Receiving & Installation
Operating Modes The following operating modes are available. These modes define the basic motor control setup and the
operation of the input and output terminals. After the circuit connections are completed, the operating mode is selected by programming the Operating Mode parameter in the Level 1 Input Programming Block. Operating modes include: Keypad Standard Run, 2Wire Standard Run, 3Wire 15 Preset Speeds Fan Pump 2Wire Fan Pump 3Wire Process Control 3 SPD ANA 2Wire 3 SPD ANA 3Wire Electronic Pot 2Wire Electronic Pot 3Wire Network Profile Run Bipolar
Each mode requires connections to the J1, J2 and J3 terminal strips. The terminal strips are shown in Figure 3-13. The connection of each input or output signal is described in the following pages.

Keypad

The Keypad mode allows the control to be operated from the keypad. In this mode, only the Enable wiring is required. However, the Stop and External Trip inputs may optionally be used. All other Digital inputs remain inactive. The Analog outputs and Digital outputs remain active at all times.
Figure 3-17 Keypad Connection Diagram
User Analog Return Analog Input 1 Analog Ref. Power + Analog Input 2+ Analog Input 2 Analog Output 1 Analog Output 2 Enable

(Optional Stop)

External Trip
*Note: Remove factory jumper from J28 and J324 before connecting switch at J28.
For keypad operation, only Enable (J28) is required.
See Figure 3-16 for connection information.

J19 20

Enable Digital Input 1 Digital Input 2 Digital Input 3 Digital Input 4 Digital Input 5 Digital Input 6 Digital Input 7 Digital Input 8 Digital Output 1 + (Collector) Digital Output 1 (Emitter) Digital Output 1 + (Collector) Digital Output 2 (Emitter)

Figure 3-23 Process Control Connection Diagram
Enable Forward Enable Reverse Enable Table Select Speed/Torque Process Mode Enable Jog Fault Reset External Trip
CLOSED to enable operation in the Forward direction. OPEN TO DISABLE Forward operation (drive will decel to a stop if a Forward command is still present). Reverse operation is still possible if J210 is closed. CLOSED to enable operation in the Reverse direction. OPEN to disable Reverse operation (drive will decel to a stop if a Reverse command is still present). Forward operation is still possible if J29 is closed. Note: If J29 and J210 are both opened, the drive will decel to a stop. CLOSED = TABLE 2, OPEN = TABLE 1. Refer to Table 3-16. CLOSED, the control is in torque command mode. OPEN, the control is in speed (velocity) command mode.

J211 J212

Note: If a stop command is issued while in the torque (current) mode, the control will stop but will not maintain position (zero current). This is different than zero speed operation for the velocity mode. J213 J214 J215 J216 CLOSED to enable the Process Control mode. CLOSED places control in JOG mode. The control will only JOG in the forward direction. CLOSED to reset a fault. OPEN to run. Optional External Trip input (not required). If used, you must set Level 2 Drive Protect block, External Trip to ON. CLOSED allows normal operation. OPEN causes an External Trip to be received by the control (when programmed to ON).
Table 3-16 Table Select Process Control
J211 Open Closed Command Selects Parameter Table 1 Selects Parameter Table 2 Note: See Multiple Parameter Sets in this section.
Receiving & Installation 3-23

3 Speed Analog 2Wire

Provides 2 wire input control and allows selection of 3 Preset Speeds. The values of the preset speeds are set in the Level 1 Preset Speeds block, Preset Speed #1, Preset Speed #2 and Preset Speed #3. The opto inputs can be switches as shown in Figure 3-24 or logic signals from another device.
Figure 3-Speed Analog 2Wire Connection Diagram
Enable Forward Run Reverse Run Analog Input Select Run Command Speed Command Switch 1 Switch 2 External Trip
*Note: Remove factory jumper from J28 and J324 before connecting switch at J28. See recommended tightening torques in Section 6. J28 J29 J210 CLOSED allows normal control operation. OPEN disables the control and the motor coasts to a stop. CLOSED operates the motor in the Forward direction (with J210 open). OPEN motor decels to stop (depending on Decel time). See Figure 3-16 for connection information.

J212 J213

CLOSED operates the motor in the Reverse direction (with J29 open). OPEN motor decels to stop (depending on Decel time). Note: Closing both J29 and J210 at the same time will reset a fault. CLOSED selects Analog Input 1. OPEN selects Level 1 Input block, Command Source parameter. Note: If Command Source (Level 1 Input block) is set to Analog Input 1, then Analog Input 1 is always selected regardless of this switch position. CLOSED selects STOP/START and Reset commands from terminal strip. OPEN selects STOP/START and Reset commands from Keypad. CLOSED selects Level 1 Input block, Command Source parameter. OPEN selects speed commanded from Keypad. Note: When changing from Terminal Strip to Keypad (J212 or J213) the motor speed and direction will remain the same after the change. Selects Preset Speeds as defined in the Speed Select Table (Table 3-17). Selects Preset Speeds as defined in the Speed Select Table (Table 3-17). Optional External Trip input (not required). If used, you must set Level 2 Drive Protect block, External Trip to ON. CLOSED allows normal operation. OPEN causes an External Trip to be received by the control (when programmed to ON).

Receiving & Installation 3-31

Digital Outputs

Digital Outputs 1 and 2 are opto isolated. Internal supply or a customer provided, external power source may be used as shown in Figure 3-31. The maximum voltage from opto output to common when active is 1.0 VDC (TTL compatible). If the Digital Outputs are used to directly drive a relay, a flyback diode rated at 1A, 100V (IN4002 or equivalent) minimum should be connected across the relay coil. See Figure 3-32. Each opto output is programmed in the Output programming block.
Internally Supplied 24VDC Sourcing Current Connections Sinking Current Connections J2 J2

Out1 Out2

Figure 3-31 Digital Output Power Connections
Externally Supplied 24VDC Sourcing Current Connections Sinking Current Connections J2 J20 J30
Digital Output 1 + Digital Output 1 Digital Output 2 + Digital Output 2 Out1 Out2 Load Load
Digital Output 1 + (Collector) Digital Output 1 (Emitter) Out1 Digital Output 2 + (Collector) Digital Output 2 (Emitter) Out2 Load Load
Digital Output 1 + Digital Output 1 Digital Output 2 + Digital Output 2

Load Load

External User Return External User +24V Internal +24V Internal 24V Return Relay Out 1 N.C. Relay Out 1 COM Relay Out 1 N.O. Relay Out 2 N.C. Relay Out 2 COM Relay Out 2 N.O.
See recommended tightening torques in Section 6. User Provided 24V Power Note: Digital Outputs are rated to 24VDC @ 60mA resistive (noninductive). Relay Outputs are rated to 1030VDC or 240VAC @ 5A resistive (noninductive).

User Provided 24V Power

Relay Outputs
If the load is a DC relay coil, install a flyback diode across the coil to reduce + noise transmission.
Relay Outputs 1 and 2 provide N.O. and N.C. voltage free contacts. The internal relay function is shown in Figure 3-32.
Figure 3-32 Relay Contacts
If the load is an AC relay coil, install an RC Snubber across the coil to reduce noise transmission. RE RE

RC snubber

0.47 mf 33 W

Control Board

Relay Out 1 N.C. Relay Out 1 COM Relay Out 1 N.O. Relay Out 2 N.C. Relay Out 2 COM Relay Out 2 N.O.

Load Load Load Load

The USB port shown in Figure 3-13 is a full 12Mbps USB 2.0 compliant port for serial communications. The connections are described in Figure 3-33 and Table 3-21.

Figure 3-43 Workbench Firmware Update

c Original msx file

This procedure erases memory and restores factory settings. All user data will be lost. After the firmware download, all user data values must be reprogrammed. a. Select Download Firmware from the Tools menu, Figure 3-44. b. Select control Type and version to download. c. Select Download to control to download the firmware. d. Select YES to confirm download. e. When complete, the new firmware version is displayed and the control is ready for use. Note: All user settings and motor parameter values have been over written by factory settings.
Figure 3-44 Workbench Firmware Update

b b a c d

3-40 Receiving & Installation
Section 4 Programming and Operation
The keypad is used to program the control parameters, to operate the motor and to monitor the status and outputs of the control by accessing the display options, the diagnostic menus and the fault log.

Figure 4-1 Keypad

Display Diagnostics I/O Status I/O Function configuration Modified parameters Control Operation Data Custom Units Fault Display 10 Faults with Time stamp R Clear faults or undo parameter edit changes or function indicated by text displayed directly above key. Y - (Up Arrow), B - (Down Arrow) A - (Left Arrow), " - (Right Arrow) Moves cursor to select menu choices. LOCAL REMOTE - Switches between local and remote modes. HELP - Provides help at each display screen, setup parameter and fault. Press to view/close help information. JOG - When pressed and held in the local mode, initiates a run command for the selected direction. FWD - When pressed, initiates a forward direction run command. Indicator Lights - (On indicated Key) STOP key with red light indicator. FWD key with green light indicator. REV key with green light indicator. JOG key with green light indicator.
Keypad Display - Displays status information during Local or Remote operation. It also displays information during parameter setup and fault or Diagnostic Information. A - Alternates or Toggles between last two menu choices or function indicated by text displayed directly above key. ENTER - Press ENTER to save parameter value changes and move back to the previous level in the programming menu. In the display mode the ENTER key is used to directly set the local speed reference. It is also used to select other operations when prompted by the keypad display. MENU Selects the Menu display. The following menu items are shown: Status, Diagnostics, Fault Log, Advanced Programming, and Quick Start REV - When pressed, initiates a reverse direction run command.

STATUS QUICK SETUP PROGRAMMING EVENT LOG DIAGNOSTICS DISPLAY OPTIONS EV. LOG BACK STOP LOCAL
Press Y or B to move cursor over the DIAGNOSTICS selection. Press Enter to view diagnostic information.

Diagnostic Display

Displays software version, hp, volts and Amp/Volt ratings.
IHH1.XX RATED HP RATED VOLTS RATED A/V

EV. LOG 0.00r STOP

Press " or A to go to the next or previous Diagnostic screen. Press R to return to previous menu.

3HP 240.0V 4.0A/V

Press " to display next group.
IHH1.XX RATED CURRE RATED PK CU

EV. LOG 0.00r

9.6A 16.8A
Displays: Power Base ID number EE Firmware version FPGA firmware version
POWER BASE VERSION ID 0x000A2003 EE VER 0x00000001 FPGA VER 0x00000A02
EV. LOG 0.00r STOP MAIN LOCAL
Press " or A to go to the next or previous Diagnostic screen. Press R to return to previous menu. 0x=Hexadecimal 0b=Binary Press " or A to go to the next or previous Diagnostic screen. Press R to return to previous menu.
Displays real time clock values (date and time) and total run time since installation. Press ENTER to set date and time.
REAL TIME CLOCK Jan 31, 2006 22:7:35 RUN TIMER 474.1HR

EV. LOG 0.00r MAIN

4-10 Programming & Operation
Diagnostics Continued Action
Displays energy cost (based on parameter # 2305 value).
Press " or A to go to the next or previous Diagnostic screen. Press R to return to previous menu. Press A to go to Status screen. Press " or A to go to the next or previous Diagnostic screen. Press R to return to previous menu.
ENERGY EST POWER 0.00KW EST ENERGY 0.0KWH EST COST 0.0$
Diagnostic Analog Input values display.
ANALOG INPUTS ANA IN 1 1.3v ANA IN 2 0.0v
Diagnostic Analog Output values display.
ANALOG OUTPUTS ANA OUT 1 0.0V ANA OUT 2 0.0V
Press " to display next group. Full revolutions and encoder counts are displayed.
POSITION COUNTER REVOLUTIONS 0 COUNTS 0CNT
EV. LOG 0r STOP MAIN LOCAL
Diagnostic installed Option Card identification display.
OPTION BOARDS OPTION 1 ETHERNET OPTION 2 NONE FEEDBACK NONE
Press " or A to go to the next or previous Diagnostic screen. Press R to return to previous menu. Press A to go to Status screen.
Displays keypad software version.
KEYPAD VERSION KEYPAD SOF 1.XX 03/0
Programming & Operation 4-11

Diagnostics Continued

Press " to display next group. DC Bus Voltage Drive Heatsink Temperature % Overload (remaining) Press " to display next group. Displays active operating mode settings.

V/F Efficiency V/F Profile
3 Point Method 3 Point Voltage 3 Point Frequency Slip Comp Enable (Open Vector Current PROP Gain Only)* Current INT Gain Speed PROP Gain Speed INT Gain Speed DIFF Gain A.S. Prop Gain A.S. Integral Gain Motor XM Motor R1 Motor X1 Motor R2 Motor X2 Rotor Time Constant Baud Rate Parity Stop Bits Drive Address OPT Card Reset Security Default Browser User ID Browser Password

COMMUNICATION

Note: Refer to MN751 for more details about the optional WebBrowser board and parameters. * These values are set during auto tuning. Performance may be affected if the value of these parameters is changed after auto tuning.

V/F Profile Curve

Max Output
Figure 4-3 Volts/Hertz Profile

3 Point Method Curve

0% 100%

Output Volts

3 PT Volts Torque Boost

Torque Boost

Output Frequency

Base Freq.

3 PT Freq.
4-22 Programming & Operation
Table 4-3 Level 2 Parameter Block Definitions
Block Title DRIVE LIMITS Parameter Operating Zone Description Sets the PWM operating zone to Standard 2.5kHz or Quiet 8.0kHz output carrier frequency. Two operating modes are available: Constant Torque and Variable Torque. Constant Torque allows 175% for 3 seconds and 150% for 60 seconds of peak overload capacity. Variable Torque allows 115% peak overload for 60 seconds. Sets the minimum motor speed in Hz. During operation, the motor speed will not decrease below this value except for motor starts or during dynamic braking to a stop. Sets the maximum motor speed in Hz. The frequency that the output transistors are switched. PWM (pulse width modulation) frequency is also referred to as Carrier" frequency. PWM should be as low as possible to minimize stress on the output transistors and motor windings. The PWM frequency should be set to approximately 15 times the maximum output frequency of the control. Ratios less than 15 result in non-Sinusoidal current waveforms. Note: Derate output current by 30% for operation between 8.5KHz and 16KHz. Sets the regen current limit. Limits the rate of torque change in response to a torque command. Peak Current Level.
MIN Output Speed MAX Output Speed PWM Frequency
REGEN Torque Limit (Open Current Rate Limit ( p Vector Only) V t O l ) Peak Current Level Caution: Block Title DRIVE CONFIGURE
Do not set Level 2, Drive Configure, Power Input parameter to Common Bus if AC power is connected to L1, L2 or L3. Common Bus requires numerous changes, contact Baldor for information. Description Sets units to Hz or RPM. Restores factory settings (over writes all stored values). Enable security. Sets time limit for login. Sets security code for login required to access locked parameters. Selects parameter table for use (T1, T2, T3 or T4). Note: This parameter is not actually in the Level 2 Blocks. It is Parameter 0052 in the Monitor block if accessing using Mint. Deletes all fault log entries. Enables/Disables PWM Dead Time Compensation. The Power base senses the control power base (single or three phase). If connecting a three phase control to a single phase power source, change value from 3 to 0 to avoid Loss of Phase" trips. 0Single Phase The output values are derated for single phase operation. Note: For three phase power input, if a phase is lost this parameter will automatically be changed to single phase and the control will automatically be derated for single phase operation. 1Common bus is selected for special installations that only have DC input power available. It is important not to choose this setting if AC power is connected. Common bus setting disables precharge and soft start features of the control. 2Three Phase Allows operation at full rated output current. OFF - External Trip is Disabled. ON - External Trip is enabled. If a normally closed contact at J216 is opened, an External Trip fault will occur and cause the drive to shut down. Sets how the control handles I2T power overloads. When an overload occurs it will either 1. Fault, 2. Foldback or 3. Hold based on control output AMPS. Fault When input power phase is lost for approximately 10 cycles, control trips on fault. Derate When an input power phase is lost, single phase operation is assumed and control output is derated by 50% and operation is allowed at the reduced output. Fault When control temperature reaches 85C, control trips on fault. Derate When control temperature reaches 80C (standard or 90C quiet mode), output is derated by 30% (current limiting) and operation is allowed at the reduced value. Operation at full current is allowed when control temperature decreases to 70C. If control temperature increases to 85C, control trips on fault. Sets the slope of the foldback during an I2T Overload condition. Sets the trigger point for an overload condition. OFF - Control ignores At Speed Error" from the process. ON - Control monitors the following error from the process. If the process speed is outside the range set in the Level 1 Output block, AT Speed Band parameter, the drive will fault and will disable. OFF - Control ignores unbalanced motor phases. ON - Control looks for balanced output current in all three phases to the motor. Unbalanced output current will cause a trip and create a torque proving fault. This occurs only at first drive enable after power up.

DC Brake Trigger Brake On Stop Brake On Reverse

Stop Brake Time

Brake on Start Start Brake Time

PROCESS CONTROL

Process Type Setpoint Adjust Limit Process Feedback Setpoint Source Setpoint Command Process Error Tolerance Process PROP Gain Process INTG Gain Process INTG Clamp Process DIFF Gain Profile Adjust Profile Adjust Band Process Sleep Band Process Output Filter Process Output Offset Process Output Gain Skip Freq 1, 2, 3
SKIP FREQUENCY (V/F O l ) Skip Band 1, 2, 3 Only)
Programming & Operation 4-25
Block Title SYNCHRO START (V/F Only) (V/F and Open Vector Only) Parameter Start at MAX Frequency Description Allows the Synchro Start feature to begin scanning motor rotational frequency at the MAX Frequency or a SET Frequency. Allows the Synchro Start feature to begin scanning motor rotational frequency in the drive forward direction. Allows the Synchro Start feature to begin scanning motor rotational frequency in the drive reverse direction. Sets the Volts/Hertz ratio for the Synchro Start feature as a percentage of the V/F ratio defined by the Control Base Volts/Control Base Frequency". This Sync Scan V/F percentage value is multiplied by the Control Base Volts/Control Base Frequency" value. If this value is too high, the inverter may fault on Over-current. The time for the inverter to ramp the output voltage from zero to the voltage that corresponds to the Start at MAX Frequency. A 0.5 second delay before the ramp begins is not included in this time. If the Start feature is not operating quickly enough, decrease the Sync Setup Time value. The time allowed for Synchro Start to scan and detect rotor frequency. Scanning begins at the Start at MAX Frequency to 0Hz. Generally, the shorter the Sync Scan Time the more likely a false Synchro Start will be detected. This value should be set high enough to eliminate false Synchro Starts. The time allowed to ramp up the output voltage from the Synchro Start scan voltage to the normal output voltage. This occurs after the synchronization frequency is detected. This parameter value should be low enough to minimize Synchro Start time without causing the inverter to fault on Over-current. Note: It is recommended that factory settings be used during Open Vector operation. Measure analog offset for all analog inputs. Measure Stator resistance. Perform one step auto tune. Measure MAG Reactance. Measure leakage reactance and rotor resistance. Tune the current controller loop. Tune the flux controller loop.

From the Menu display screen, select Event Log and press enter. If an error is displayed during operation, press the Help key to learn more about the error. If more than one error was logged, access the Event Log and examine each error Entry at the time of the event to learn more about the error. Only events that occurred approximately at the time of the event need to be checked. Older events are probably not related.
After powerup the display shows the Status screen.

FWD LOCAL

600 RPM 20.00 HZ
20.00r STATUS QUICK SETUP PROGRAMMING EVENT LOG DIAGNOSTICS DISPLAY OPTIONS
Press Y or B to move cursor over the EVENT LOG selection. Press Enter to view the event log.

BACK STOP LOCAL

Displays error name, Entry # and time the error occurred. LOW INITIAL BUS 0 Date Entry # 09 DD/MM/YY Time HH:MM
Press Y or B to view next entry. Press R to view Trace log. Press A to return to Status Menu.

Troubleshooting 5-1

Trace is used to display control conditions present at the time the fault occurred. Input states, Output states, various voltage and current values etc. can be viewed to help understand the cause of the fault condition. Each event in the Event log has its own trace displays that were captured when that event occurred. Scroll through the event log to the event you wish to investigate.
LOW INITIAL BUS 3 31Jan06 09:42:00

Trace Displays

Press Y or B to scroll to the event you want to investigate.
Press R (or press Enter) to show the Trace log for the event.
LOW INITIAL BUS 31Jan06 09:42:00

Fault Trace Display

The Fault Latch word is displayed. 0x=Hexadecimal 0b=Binary

FAULT TRACE

Press Y or B to view next entry. This is a hex value. The T0003 indicates the Fault Trace for event 3 of the event log is displayed.

FAULT LATCH 0x0000

STATUS T0003 BACK
FAULT LATCH Word Interpretation Hexadecimal Binary Description 0000 No Fault 0001 Motor Phase U upper Transistor 0010 Motor Phase U lower Transistor 0100 Motor Phase V lower Transistor 1000 Motor Phase V upper Transistor 0000 Motor Phase W lower Transistor 0000 Motor Phase W upper Transistor 0000 Brake Desaturation Fault 0000 Brake igbt fault 0000 Not Used 0000 Not Used 0000 Ground Fault 0000 Over Current Fault (Active Low) 0000 Pulse by Pulse fault on Motor Phase Pulse by Pulse fault on Motor Phase Pulse by Pulse fault on Motor Phase Inverter Desaturation Fault

5-2 Troubleshooting

Trace Displays Continued

6-2 Specifications, Ratings & Dimensions
Common Mode Rejection Differential Analog Input Full Scale Range Resolution Input Impedance Full Scale Range Single Ended Si l E d d Analog Input Resolution Input Impedance Analog Outputs Full Scale Range Analog Outputs Source Current Resolution Opto-isolated Inputs Rated Voltage Input Impedance Leakage Current Update Rate Rated Voltage Maximum Current ON Voltage Drop OFF Leakage Current Output Conditions Rated Voltage Digital Outputs Di it l O t t (2 Relay Outputs) Maximum Current Output Conditions 40 db 5VDC, 10VDC, 4-20 mA and 020 mA 11 bits + sign 20kOhms (Volt mode); 500Ohms (Current mode) 0 - 10 VDC 11 bits + sign 20kOhms 2 Assignable 10 VDC or 0 to 20mA 1 mA maximum 9 bits + sign 9 Assignable 10 - 30 VDC (closed contacts std) 4.71 k Ohms 10 mA maximum 16 msec 5 to 30VDC 60 mA Maximum 2 VDC Maximum 0.1 mA Maximum 25 Conditions (see Output Setup Block parameter table, Table B-1) 5 to 30VDC or 240VAC 5A Maximum noninductive 25 Conditions (see Output Setup Block parameter table, Table B-1)

Digital Inputs

Digital Outputs (2 Opto Outputs)

Diagnostic Indications:

Current Sense Fault Ground Fault Instantaneous Over Current Overload Line Power Loss Microprocessor Failure Over temperature (Motor or Control) Over speed Regeneration (db) Overload Soft Start Fault Under Voltage Ready Parameter Loss Overload Overvoltage Torque Proving Following Error Encoder Loss Logic Power Fault PWR Base Fault
Note: All specifications are subject to change without notice.
Specifications, Ratings & Dimensions 6-3
Catalog Number Identification
V/Hz Open Loop and Encoderless Vector Control IHH
H2 V/Hz Control Voltage Code 2= 240VAC, 3PH 4= 480VAC, 3PH 5= 600VAC, 3PH 6= 120/240VAC, 1PH

Power Rating 05= 5 hp

Enclosure Type E=NEMA1 Brake Information None=Builtin Transistor and Resistor R=Builtin Transistor
6-4 Specifications, Ratings & Dimensions
Ratings Series H2 Stock Products
Standard 2.5 kHz PWM Catalog No. IHH201E IHH202E IHH203E IHH205E IHH207E IHH210E IHH215E IHH220E IHH225E IHH230E IHH240E IHH401E IHH402E IHH403E IHH405E IHH407E IHH410E IHH415E IHH420E IHH425E IHH430E IHH440E IHH450E IHH501E IHH502E IHH503E IHH505E IHH507E IHH510E IHH515E IHH520E IHH525E IHH530E IHH540E IHH550E IHH601E IHH601 E IHH602E IHH602 E IHH603E IHH603 E Input Volt 240 Size AA AA AA AA AA B B B C C C AA AA AA AA AA AA B B B C C C AA AA AA AA AA B B B B C C C AA AA AA AA AA AA Input Amp 4.2 6.8 9.6 15.2.1 3.4 4.8 7.6 11.21.1.7 2.7 3.9 6.1 9.0 11.3 17.12 6.10.14.4 Constant Torque Output HP KW IC 1 0.75 4.1.5 6.2.2 9.3.7 15.1/2 5.10 7.25 18.30 22.0.75 2.1.5 3.2.2 4.3.7 7.1/2 5.10 7.25 18.0.75 1.1.5 2.2.2 3.3.7 6.1/2 5.10 7.1 0.75 4.0.75 4.1.5 6.1.5 6.2.2 9.2.2 9.6 Input Amp 6.8 9.6 15.104 3.7 4.8 7.2.7 3.9 6.11 17.10.14.14.4 Variable Torque Output HP KW IC 2 1.5 6.2.2 9.3.7 15.1/2 5.7 1/2 5.22.2 1.5 3.2.2 4.3.7 7.1/2 5.10 7.10 7.18.2 1.5 2.2.2 3.3.7 6.1/2 5.10 7.25 18.25 18.1.5 6.1.5 6.2.2 9.2.2 9.2.2 9.2.2 9.6

B+/R1; B+; B; or R2

Lb-in 8 8
Nm 0.9 0.9 0.9 0.9 0.5.6 5.6 5.6 0.9 0.9 0.9 0.9 0.9 0.5.6 5.6 5.6 0.9 0.9 0.9 0.9 0.9 0.5.6 5.6 5.6 0.9 0.9 0.9
TH1 and TH2 Lb-in Nm 4 0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.45
Specifications, Ratings & Dimensions 6-7

Mounting Dimensions

Size AA, B and C Controls

0.25 (6.35) dia B C

Exhaust A A1
Size AA 0.25 (6.35) dia B 0.35 (8.9) B1

# Holes 4

Diameter inches (mm) 0.6 (15)

OM2000A01

Size AA

Exhaust

Size B C

# Holes 3 3

Diameter inches (mm) 0.6 (15) 1.25 (32) 0.6 (15) 1.68 (42)

0.35 (8.9) B1

Size B and C

Dimensions inches(mm)

OM2000A00 OM2000A02
Size AA B C Height (A) 12.27 (311) 18.00 (457) 22.00 (559)
Outside Width (B) 7.97 (202) 9.10 (231) 9.10 (231)
Mounting Depth (C) 8.21 (208) 9.75 (248) 9.75 (248) Height (A1) 11.75 (298) 17.25 (438) 21.25 (540) Width (B1) 7.38 (187) 7.00 (178) 7.00 (178)
6-8 Specifications, Ratings & Dimensions
Appendix A Optional Equipment
Dynamic Braking (DB) Hardware Whenever a motor is abruptly stopped or forced to slow down quicker than if allowed to coast to
a stop, the motor becomes a generator. This energy appears on the DC Bus of the control and must be dissipated using dynamic braking hardware. Dynamic braking resistors are completely assembled and mounted in a NEMA 1 enclosure. A listing of available RGA assemblies is provided in Table A-1. Select the braking resistor that has correct ohm value for the control and adequate continuous watts capacity to meet load requirements.
Table A-1 Dynamic Braking Resistor Assemblies (RGA)
Input p Volts V lt 230 HP 1-- 7.15 - - 1-- - - 50 1-2 3-5 7.5 - - - - 50 Total Ohms Oh 600 RGA630 RGA620 Continuous 1200 RGA1230 RGA1220 RGA1210 RGA1206 RGA1204 Rated Watts 2400 RGA2430 RGA2420 RGA2410 RGA2406 RGA2404 RGA2402 RGA12120 RGA24120 RGA1260 RGA2460 RGA1220 RGA2420 RGA1210 RGA2410 RGA12200 RGA24200 RGA12120 RGA24120 RGA1260 RGA2460 RGA1230 RGA2430 RGA1224 RGA2424 RGARGA4820 RGA4810 RGA4806 RGA4804 RGA4802 RGA4860 RGA4820 RGA4810

EXBHH002A01 or later

EXBHH003A01 or later

EXBHH005A01 or later

EXBHH007A01 or later
EXBHH012A01 or later EXBHH013A01 or later EXBHH014A01 or later EXBHH016A01 or later

A-2 Appendix

Series H to H2 Conversion When an existing Series H control is removed and a new Series H2 control is to be
installed in its place, existing wires can be used. These illustrations show how to make the new connections using existing wires. Power and Motor connections are not shown. I/O Connections From a Series H to an H2 Control

Existing Wires

Analog GND Analog Input 1 Pot Reference Analog Input +2 Analog Input 2 Analog Out 1 Analog Out 2 (Enable) Input 1 Input 2 Input 3 Input 4 Input 5 Input 6 Input 7 Input 8 Input 9 Opto In Common Opto Out Common Opto Out #1 Opto Out #2 Relay Out #1 Relay Out #2 +24VDC Opto In Power Opto Out #1 Return Opto Out #2 Return Relay Out #1 Return Relay Out #2 Return
J1 or J20 Analog GND Analog Input 1 Pot Reference Analog Input +2 Analog Input 2 Analog Out 1 Note factory connection of Analog Out 2 Enable J28 (Enable) to J324. Digital Input 1 Digital Input 2 Digital Input 3 Digital Input 4 Digital Input 5 Digital Input 6 Digital Input 7 Digital Input 8 Digital Output1+ Digital Output1 Digital Output2+ Digital Output2 External User Return External User +24V Internal +24VDC Internal 24VDC Internal Return Relay Out1 NC Relay Out1 COM Relay Out1 NO Active Low Relay Out2 NC JP6 ENP INP Relay Out2 COM Relay Out2 NO

JP5 EPN DFT

* For OPTO Connections see Digital Output Connections Diagrams.
23 JSeries H2 Signal Connections

Remove Series H

Appendix A-3
Digital Output Connections (2 Opto Outputs/2 Relay Outputs)
Load Opto Out Common Opto Out #1 Opto Out #2 Relay Out #1 Relay Out #2 +24VDC Opto In Power Opto Out #1 Return Opto Out #2 Return Relay Out #1 Return Relay Out #2 Return Opto Out Common Opto Out #1 Opto Out #2 Opto Out #3 Opto Out #4 +24VDC Opto In Power Opto Out #1 Return Opto Out #2 Return Opto Out #3 Return Opto Out #4 Return Load J1 or J44 Series H Connections JJDigital Output1+ Digital Output1 Digital Output2+ Digital Output2 External User Return External User Power Int. +24VDC Internal 24VDC Int. Return Relay Out1 NC Relay Out1 COM Relay Out1 NO Relay Out2 NC Relay Out2 COM Relay Out2 NO Opto Out Common Opto Out #1 Opto Out #2 Relay Out #1 Relay Out #2 +24VDC Opto In Power Opto Out #1 Return Opto Out #2 Return Relay Out #1 Return Relay Out #2 Return Load Series H2 Connections (Internal Supply, Sinking) Load Load Load J1 or J44 Series H Connections JJDigital Output1+ Digital Output1 Digital Output2+ Digital Output2 External User Return External User Power Int. +24VDC Internal 24VDC Int. Return Relay Out1 NC Relay Out1 COM Relay Out1 NO Relay Out2 NC Relay Out2 COM Relay Out2 NO Load Series H2 Connections (Internal Supply, Sourcing) Load

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WARNING: Make sure that unexpected operation of the motor shaft during start up will not cause injury to personnel or damage to equipment.

Quick Start Procedure

Initial Conditions Verify the Control, Motor and Dynamic Brake hardware are wired according to the procedures described in Section 3 of this manual. Become familiar with the keypad programming and keypad operation of the control as described in Section 4 of this manual. 1. Remove all power from the control. 2. Verify that any enable inputs to J2-8 are open. 3. Disconnect the motor from the load (including coupling or inertia wheels). If the load cannot be disconnected, refer to Section 6 and manually tune the control. After manual tuning, perform steps 8 through 18. 4. Turn power on. Be sure there are no faults. 5. Set the Level 2 Drive Limits block, OPERATING ZONE parameter as desired (STD CONST TQ, STD VAR TQ, QUIET CONST TQ or QUIET VAR TQ). 6. If external dynamic brake hardware is used, set the Level 2 Brake Adjust block Resistor Ohms and Resistor Watts parameters. 7. Enable the control (J28 connect to J324).
WARNING: The motor shaft will rotate during this procedure. Be certain that unexpected motor shaft movement will not cause injury to personnel or damage to equipment.
Select Quick Setup from the main Keypad menu. Perform each step including auto tune. Set the Level 1 Motor Control block, V/F Profile and Three Point parameters for your application. If the load is a high initial starting torque type, the torque boost and Accel time may need to be increased. Set the Level 1 Motor Control block, Boost parameters and the Level 1 Accel/Decel parameters as required. 11. Remove all power from the control. 12. Couple the motor to its load. 13. Verify freedom of motion of motor shaft. 14. Verify the motor coupling is tight without backlash. 15. Verify the holding brakes if any, are properly adjusted to fully release and set to the desired torque value. 16. Turn power on. Be sure no errors are displayed. 17. Run the drive from the keypad using one of the following: the arrow keys for direct speed control, a keypad entered speed or the JOG mode. 18. Select and program additional parameters to suit your application. The control is now ready for use the in keypad mode. If a different operating mode is desired, refer to Section 3 Operating Modes and Section 4 Programming and Operation. 8. 9. 10.

General Information 2-1

Limited Warranty For a period of two (2) years from the date of original purchase, BALDOR will repair or replace without charge controls and accessories which our examination proves to be defective in material or workmanship. This warranty is valid if the unit has not been tampered with by unauthorized persons, misused, abused, or improperly installed and has been used in accordance with the instructions and/or ratings supplied. This warranty is in lieu of any other warranty or guarantee expressed or implied. BALDOR shall not be held responsible for any expense (including installation and removal), inconvenience, or consequential damage, including injury to any person or property caused by items of our manufacture or sale. (Some states do not allow exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above exclusion may not apply.) In any event, BALDORs total liability, under all circumstances, shall not exceed the full purchase price of the control. Claims for purchase price refunds, repairs, or replacements must be referred to BALDOR with all pertinent data as to the defect, the date purchased, the task performed by the control, and the problem encountered. No liability is assumed for expendable items such as fuses. Goods may be returned only with written notification including a BALDOR Return Authorization Number and any return shipments must be prepaid.

2-2 General Information

Safety Notice
This equipment contains voltages that may be as high as 1000 volts! Electrical shock can cause serious or fatal injury. Only qualified personnel should attempt the startup procedure or troubleshoot this equipment. This equipment may be connected to other machines that have rotating parts or parts that are driven by this equipment. Improper use can cause serious or fatal injury. Only qualified personnel should attempt the startup procedure or troubleshoot this equipment.

PRECAUTIONS

WARNING: Do not touch any circuit board, power device or electrical connection before you first ensure that power has been disconnected and there is no high voltage present from this equipment or other equipment to which it is connected. Electrical shock can cause serious or fatal injury. Only qualified personnel should attempt the startup procedure or troubleshoot this equipment. WARNING: Be sure that you are completely familiar with the safe operation of this equipment. This equipment may be connected to other machines that have rotating parts or parts that are controlled by this equipment. Improper use can cause serious or fatal injury. Only qualified personnel should attempt the startup procedure or troubleshoot this equipment. WARNING: Do not use motor overload relays with an automatic reset feature. These are dangerous since the process may injure someone if a sudden or unexpected automatic restart occurs. If manual reset relays are not available, disable the automatic restart feature using external control wiring. WARNING: This unit has an automatic restart feature that will start the motor whenever input power is applied and a RUN (FWD or REV) command is issued. If an automatic restart of the motor could cause injury to personnel, the automatic restart feature should be disabled by changing the Level 2 Miscellaneous block, Auto Restart parameter to Manual. WARNING: Be sure the system is properly grounded before applying power. Do not apply AC power before you ensure that all grounding instructions have been followed. Electrical shock can cause serious or fatal injury. WARNING: Do not remove cover for at least five (5) minutes after AC power is disconnected to allow capacitors to discharge. Dangerous voltages are present inside the equipment. Electrical shock can cause serious or fatal injury. WARNING: Improper operation of control may cause violent motion of the motor shaft and driven equipment. Be certain that unexpected motor shaft movement will not cause injury to personnel or damage to equipment. Certain failure modes of the control can produce peak torque of several times the rated motor torque. WARNING: Motor circuit may have high voltage present whenever AC power is applied, even when motor is not rotating. Electrical shock can cause serious or fatal injury. WARNING: Dynamic brake resistors may generate enough heat to ignite combustible materials. Keep all combustible materials and flammable vapors away from brake resistors. WARNING: The motor shaft will rotate during the autotune procedure. Be certain that unexpected motor shaft movement will not cause injury to personnel or damage to equipment.

Semiconductor Fuses:

Table 3-3 Cable Entrance Hole Sizes
Control Size AA B C Hole Sizes Provided American NPT Size Metric Size 1/2 (22.8mm) M20, PG16 1/2 (22.8mm) M20, PG16 1/2 (22.8mm) M20, PG16 3/4 (28.6mm) M25, PG21
Optional Filter/Reactor Figure 3-5 shows the connections for installing an optional Line Filter and AC Reactor. Figure 3-5 Filter and Reactor Connections
AC Line L1 L2 L3 PE Line Filter L1 L2 L3 PE Load Reactor L1 L2 L3 PE Control
3-6 Receiving & Installation
Table 3-4 240VAC Three Phase Wire Size
Control Rating Input Amps HP 4.7.22 7.40 Fast Acting (UL) 175 Input Fuse (Amps) Fast Acting (CUL) Semiconductor (CUL) 35 *80 A50QS804 *110 A50QS1254 *125 A50QS1504 *175 A50QS1504 Wire Gauge AWG mm2.2.2.4.6.16.25.35.50.0
*Requires custom drive for CUL application using fast fuses. Note: All wire sizes are based on 75C copper wire. Recommended fuses are based on 45C ambient, maximum continuous control output current and no harmonic current.
Table 3-5 480VAC Three Phase Wire Size
Control Rating Input Amps HP 2.3.4.7.11 7.50 Fast Acting (UL) 17.Input Fuse (Amps) Fast Acting (CUL) Semiconductor (CUL) 17.*60 *60 A70QS604 *80 A70QS804 *100 A70QS1004 Wire Gauge AWG mm2.2.2.2.2.4.10.10.10.10.16.25.0
Table 3-6 600VAC Three Phase Wire Size
Control Rating Input Amps HP 1.2.3.6.9.0 7.10 26.Fast Acting (UL) 17.Input Fuse (Amps) Fast Acting (CUL) Semiconductor (CUL) 17.*40 A70QS404 *50 A70QS504 *70 A70QS704 *80 A70QS804 Wire Gauge AWG mm2.2.2.2.2.6.6.10.16.16.0
Receiving & Installation 3-7
3 Phase Power and Motor Connections
Figure 3-6 shows the minimum connections required at the power connector. All cables must be shielded and the shields must be grounded at the cable entrance. The brake resistor and cable must be shielded if installed outside the enclosure.

Size AA Enclosure

L1 L2 L3 GND R2 B T1 T2 T3 R1/B+
Figure 3-Phase Power Connections Size B or C Enclosure
TH1 TH2 GND Motor Chassis Ground L1 L2 L3 R2 B T1 T2 T3 R1/B+ TH1 TH2 GND

Connector Terminal J11 J12 J13 J14 J15 J16 J17 J28 J29 J210 J211 J212 J213 J214 J215 J216 J217 J218 J219 J220 Signal Description 0VDC Common reference for Analog Inputs and outputs. AIN1 Analog input 1. AREF Analog reference power (+10V for Potentiometer). AIN2+ Analog input 2+. AIN2 Analog input 2. AOUT1 Analog output 1 normally the Motor Current Output. AOUT2 Analog output 2 normally the Speed Feedback Output.
Table 3-11 J2 Connector Definition
Enable Input DIN1 Digital input 1. DIN2 Digital input 2. DIN3 Digital input 3. DIN4 Digital input 4. DIN5 Digital input 5. DIN6 Digital input 6. DIN7 Digital input 7. DIN8 Digital input 8. Digital Output #1 + (Collector) Digital Output #1 (Emitter) Digital Output #2 + (Collector) Digital Output #2 (Emitter)
Table 3-12 J3 Connector Definition
Connector Terminal J321 J322 J323 J324 J325 J326 J327 J328 J329 J330 Signal Description External User +24V Return External User +24V Internal +24VDC Internal +24VDC Return Relay Output #1 N.C. Relay Output #1 COMMON Relay Output #1 N.O. Relay Output #2 N.C. Relay Output #2 COMMON Relay Output #2 N.O.

Analog Inputs

Two analog inputs are available: analog input #1 (J1-1 and J1-2) and analog input #2 (J1-4 and J1-5) as shown in Figure 3-14. Either analog input may be selected in the Level 1 INPUT block, Command Source parameter.
Figure 3-14 Analog Inputs

J1 Analog GND 5

Command Pot (10KW) or 0-10VDC 5VDC, 10VDC, 020mA or 4-20 mA Input
Analog Input 1 Pot Reference Analog Input +2 Analog Input -2
Analog Input 1 Analog Input 2
See recommended terminal tightening torques in Section 6.
3-14 Receiving & Installation
Analog Input 1 When using a potentiometer as the speed command, process feedback or setpoint source, (Single Ended) the potentiometer should be connected at Analog Input 1. When using Analog Input 1, the respective parameter
must be set to Analogin 1. Note: A potentiometer value of 5kW to 10kW, 0.5 watt may be used.
Parameter Selection The single ended analog input 1 can be used in one of three ways: 1. Speed or Torque command (Level 1 Input block, Command Source=Analog Input 1). 2. Process Feedback (Level 2 Process Control block, Process Feedback=Analog Input 1). 3. Setpoint Source (Level 2 Process Control block, Setpoint Source=Analog Input 1).

J21114 Selects programmed Preset Speeds as defined in Table 3-13. J215 J216
Optional External Trip input (not required). If used, you must set Level 2 Drive Protect block, External Trip to ON. CLOSED allows normal operation. OPEN causes an External Trip to be received by the control (when programmed to ON).
Table 3-13 Switch Truth Table for 15 Speed, 2Wire Control Mode
J211 Open Closed Open Closed Open Closed Open Closed Open Closed Open Closed Open Closed Open Closed J212 Open Open Closed Closed Open Open Closed Closed Open Open Closed Closed Open Open Closed Closed J213 Open Open Open Open Closed Closed Closed Closed Open Open Open Open Closed Closed Closed Closed J214 Open Open Open Open Open Open Open Open Closed Closed Closed Closed Closed Closed Closed Closed Function Selects Level 1:Preset Speed:Preset Speed 1 (P#1001) Selects Level 1:Preset Speed:Preset Speed 2 (P#1002) Selects Level 1:Preset Speed:Preset Speed 3 (P#1003) Selects Level 1:Preset Speed:Preset Speed 4 (P#1004) Selects Level 1:Preset Speed:Preset Speed 5 (P#1005) Selects Level 1:Preset Speed:Preset Speed 6 (P#1006) Selects Level 1:Preset Speed:Preset Speed 7 (P#1007) Selects Level 1:Preset Speed:Preset Speed 8 (P#1008) Selects Level 1:Preset Speed:Preset Speed 9 (P#1009) Selects Level 1:Preset Speed:Preset Speed 10 (P#1010) Selects Level 1:Preset Speed:Preset Speed 11 (P#1011) Selects Level 1:Preset Speed:Preset Speed 12 (P#1012) Selects Level 1:Preset Speed:Preset Speed 13 (P#1013) Selects Level 1:Preset Speed:Preset Speed 14 (P#1014) Selects Level 1:Preset Speed:Preset Speed 15 (P#1015) Fault Reset
3-20 Receiving & Installation

Fan Pump 2Wire

Operation in the Fan Pump 2-Wire mode is controlled by the opto isolated inputs at J28 through J216. The opto inputs can be switches as shown in Figure 3-21 or logic signals from another device.
Figure 3-21 Fan Pump 2Wire Connection Diagram
Enable Forward Run Reverse Run Analog Input Select Run Command Speed Command Firestat Freezestat External Trip
*Note: Remove factory jumper from J28 and J324 before connecting switch at J28. See recommended tightening torques in Section 6. J28 J29 CLOSED allows normal control operation. OPEN disables the control and the motor coasts to a stop. See Figure 3-16 for connection information.

J211 J212 J213

CLOSED operates the motor in the Forward direction (with J210 open). OPEN motor decels to stop (depending on Decel Time). Note: J29 and J210 are both closed = Fault Reset. CLOSED operates the motor in the Reverse direction (with J29 open). OPEN motor decels to stop (depending on Decel Time). Note: J29 and J210 are both closed = Fault Reset. CLOSED selects Analog Input 1 (if J213, J214 and J215 are closed). OPEN selects Command Source (Level 1, Input, Command Source, if J213, J214 and J215 are closed). CLOSED selects STOP/START and Reset commands from terminal strip. OPEN selects STOP/START and Reset commands from Keypad.

CLOSED allows other selections, see Speed Select Table 3-14. OPEN selects speed commanded from Keypad (if J214 and J215 are closed). Note: When changing from Terminal Strip to Keypad (J212 or J213) the motor speed and direction will remain the same after the change. J214 Firestat. Selects Level 1, Preset Speeds, Preset Speed #1. J215 J216 Freezestat. Level 1, Preset Speeds, Preset Speed #2 (if J214 is closed). Optional External Trip input (not required). If used, you must set Level 2 Drive Protect block, External Trip to ON. CLOSED allows normal operation. OPEN causes an External Trip to be received by the control (when programmed to ON). Note: When command source is a unipolar signal (010V, 05V, 420ma etc.) and forward or reverse are closed, motion will occur (unless both are closed at the same time and motion stops).
Table 3-14 Speed Select Table Fan Pump, 2Wire
J211 J213 Open J214 Closed Open Closed Closed Closed J215 Closed Open Closed Closed Command Keypad Speed Command Level 1, Preset Speeds, Preset Speed #1 Level 1, Preset Speeds, Preset Speed #2 Level 1, Input Setup, Command Source (parameter 1402) Analog Input 1

Open Closed

Closed Closed
Receiving & Installation 3-21

Fan Pump 3Wire

Operation in the Fan Pump 3-Wire mode is controlled by the opto isolated inputs at J28 through J216. The opto inputs can be switches as shown in Figure 3-22 or logic signals from another device.
Figure 3-22 Fan Pump 3Wire Connection Diagram
Enable Forward Run Reverse Run Stop Run Command Speed Command Firestat Freezestat External Trip
*Note: Remove factory jumper from J28 and J324 before connecting switch at J28. See recommended tightening torques in Section 6. J28 J29 J210 J211 J212 J213 CLOSED allows normal control operation. OPEN disables the control and the motor coasts to a stop.
MOMENTARY CLOSED starts motor operation in the Forward direction. Note: Closing both J29 and J210 at the same time will reset a fault. MOMENTARY CLOSED starts motor operation in the Reverse direction. Note: Closing both J29 and J210 at the same time will reset a fault. MOMENTARY OPEN motor decels to stop (depending on Decel Time). CLOSED selects STOP/START and Reset commands from terminal strip. OPEN selects STOP/START and Reset commands from Keypad.
CLOSED allows other selections, see Speed Select Table 3-15. OPEN selects speed commanded from Keypad (if J214 and J215 are closed). Note: When changing from Terminal Strip to Keypad (J212 or J213) the motor speed and direction will remain the same after the change. J214 Firestat. Selects Level 1, Preset Speeds, Preset Speed #1. J215 J216 Freezestat. Selects Level 1, Preset Speeds, Preset Speed #2 (if J214 is closed). Optional External Trip input (not required). If used, you must set Level 2 Drive Protect block, External Trip to ON. CLOSED allows normal operation. OPEN causes an External Trip to be received by the control (when programmed to ON).

ACCEL TIME 1 3.0 SEC

STATUS F1101T1 BACK RAMP RATES

DECEL TIME 1 3.0 SEC

STATUS F1104T1 BACK DRIVE LIMITS

MIN OUTPUT SPEED 0.00 HZ

STATUS F2002T1 BACK DRIVE LIMITS
MAX OUTPUT SPEED 60.00 HZ

STATUS F2003T1 BACK

Press ENTER or R to exit Quick Setup.

END OF QUICK SET UP

STATUS BACK
Programming & Operation 4-5

How to Change a Value

These are the Quick Setup screens. To change a value, simply display the desired screen and press Enter and change the value. For example:
1601 indicates the parameter number and F indicates it is the factory value.
Press Enter to choose parameter value and edit.
Press R to EXIT edit mode without saving changes.

END F1601T1 BACK

Press the Y or B keys to change parameter value.

CONTROL TYPE Open Vector

Press Enter to save the parameter value and exit.

STATUS C1601T1 BACK

When editing a parameter value, the function of the A key (previous parameter block) shown in the lower left of the display changes to one of the following to help select the parameter value: TOP Press A to display and select the first value in the list of parameter values. When the first parameter value is displayed, press Enter or scroll to select a different value. END Press A to display and select the last value in the list of parameter values. When the last parameter value is displayed, press Enter or scroll to select a different value. DEF Press A to display and select the Factory Setting value. PREV Press A to display and select previous value. MIN Press A to display and select minimum parameter value. MAX Press A to display and select maximum parameter value. Note: When END is displayed, Press A will display the last value in the list but then TOP or DEF is displayed. The A key allows you to quickly move the large lists of parameter choices. The value is not selected until you press Enter.
4-6 Programming & Operation

Save Parameter Values

The keypad keys and display work with the memory of the control. When a parameter value is displayed, the displayed value is the value stored in control memory. The changes are written to nonvolatile memory and are stored even when power is removed. Normal control operation can resume when power is restored. Keypad memory is only used to backup the four parameter tables stored in control memory. This means that after the parameters are configured for the application and the control operation is as desired, a copy of the parameters can be saved to keypad memory as a backup copy. This backup copy can be restored at any time. This is useful to restore program operation after a firmware update or to make several controls operate the same. It prevents having to make the changes to each control individually.

Displays real time clock values (date and time) and total run time since installation. Press ENTER to set date and time.
REAL TIME CLOCK Jul 04, 2006 22:7:35 RUN TIMER 474.1HR
Displays energy cost (based on parameter # 2305 value).
ENERGY EST POWER 0.00KW EST ENERGY 0.0KWH EST COST 0.0$
Press " or A to go to the next or previous Diagnostic screen. Press R to return to previous menu. Press A to go to Status screen. Press " or A to go to the next or previous Diagnostic screen. Press R to return to previous menu.
Diagnostic Analog Input values display.
ANALOG INPUTS ANA IN 1 1.3v ANA IN 2 0.0v
Diagnostic Analog Output values display.
ANALOG OUTPUTS ANA OUT 1 0.0V ANA OUT 2 0.0V
Programming & Operation 4-11
Press " to display next group. Full revolutions and encoder counts are displayed.
POSITION COUNTER REVOLUTIONS 0 COUNTS 0CNT
EV. LOG 0r STOP MAIN LOCAL
Diagnostic installed Option Card identification display.
OPTION BOARDS OPTION 1 ETHERNET OPTION 2 NONE FEEDBACK NONE
Press " or A to go to the next or previous Diagnostic screen. Press R to return to previous menu. Press A to go to Status screen.
Displays keypad software version.
KEYPAD VERSION KEYPAD SOF 1.XX 03/0

0.00r STOP

Displays Composite Reference values.
COMPOSITE REF COMPONENT A 0.00% COMPONENT B 0.00% REFERENCE 0.00%

EV. LOG 0.00r Alarm

4-12 Programming & Operation

Display Options

From the Menu display screen, select Display Options and press enter to view or change values.
Press Enter to change parameter value. Press " or A to display next screen. Press R to return to previous menu. Press Enter to change parameter value. Press " or A to display next screen. Press R to return to previous menu.

KEYPAD CONTRAST 50%

DIAG PROG F1313T1 BACK

BACKLIGHT On

DIAG F1314T1 BACK
Operating the Control from the Keypad
To activate the LOCAL Mode, first press the STOP key (if enabled). Note: Pressing the keypad STOP key (if enabled) will automatically issue a motor stop command and change to LOCAL mode. Selection of LOCAL Mode overrides any remote or serial control inputs except the External Trip input, Local Enable Input or STOP input. The control can operate the motor from the keypad in two ways. 1. JOG Command. 2. Speed adjustment with Keypad entered values and/or Keypad Up/Down arrow keys. Note: If the level 1, input block operating mode parameter is set to Keypad, then no other means of operation is permitted other than from the keypad.

4-16 Programming & Operation

Parameter Definitions

Table 4-2 Level 1 Parameter Block Definitions
Block Title PRESET SPEEDS RAMP RATES Parameter Preset Speeds Accel Time 1,2 Decel Time 1,2 Start S Accel 1,2 S-Accel End S-Accel 1,2 Start S-Decel 1,End S-Decel 1,2
% Maximum Speed 100 Speed Curve (Accel) 40 Start SAccel 1 End SAccel 1 Accel Time 1 End Start SDecel 1 SDecel 1 Decel Time 12 Seconds
Description Allows selection of 15 predefined motor operating speeds. Each speed may be selected using external switches connected to terminals at J2. For motor operation, a motor direction command must be given along with a preset speed command. Accel time is the number of seconds required for the motor to increase at a linear rate from 0 to Max Output Speed parameter in the Level 2 Output Limits block. Speed" Decel time is the number of seconds required for the motor to decrease at a linear rate from the speed specified in the Max Output Speed" parameter to 0 0. Start S Curve Acceleration as a percentage of max speed (% 1 and 2) S-Curve End S-Curve Acceleration as a percentage of max speed (% 1 and 2) Start S-Curve Deceleration as a percentage of max speed (% 1 and 2) End S-Curve Deceleration as a percentage of max speed (% 1 and 2)
Figure 4-2 SCurve Example

Commanded Speed

Speed Curve (Decel)
Table 4-2 Level 1 Parameter Block Definitions - Continued
Block Title JOG SETTINGS Parameter Jog Speed Description Jog Speed is the programmed speed used during jog. Jog can be initiated from the keypad or terminal strip. At the Keypad, press the JOG key then press and hold the direction (FWD or REV). For Standard Run 3Wire mode, close the JOG input (J212) at the terminal strip then close and maintain the direction input (Jor J2 10). (J29 J210). P C d i i diff h i i Process C Process Controll mode operation is different. If the terminall strip P Controll E bl iinput (J2 13) iis Enable (J213) closed, pressing the Keypad JOG key (or closing J214) will cause the drive to move in the direction of the error (without pressing FWD or REV). The accel rate or time to reach Jog Speed. Time (Jog Speed/Max Speed) x (Jog Accel Time) Time=(Jog The decel rate or time to decel from Jog Speed. Time=(Jog Speed/Max Speed) x (Jog Decel Time) Start S-Curve Acceleration as a percentage of max speed (% 1 and 2) End S-Curve Acceleration as a percentage of max speed (% 1 and 2) Start S-Curve Deceleration as a percentage of max speed (% 1 and 2) End S-Curve Deceleration as a percentage of max speed (% 1 and 2) Enables Jog in the drive forward direction at Jog speed for keypad mode. Enables Jog in the drive reverse direction at Jog speed for keypad mode.

Command Source

ANA IN 1 TYPE ANA IN 1 INVERT
ANA IN 1 GAIN ANA IN 1 OFFSET

ANA IN 1 FILTER

ANA IN 2 TYPE ANA IN 2 INVERT
ANA IN 2 GAIN ANA IN 2 OFFSET
ANA IN 2 DEADBAND ANA IN 2 FILTER
Sleep Mode CMD Sleep Band (Open Vector Only) External Current Limit Current Limit Source

Torque FF Source

Programming & Operation 4-19
Block Title OUTPUT SETUP Parameter Digital Output 1,2 Relay Output 1,2 Description Four digital outputs are available (2 optically isolated and 2 relay). Each output may be configured to any of the following conditions: Condition Description Drive Ready Active after soft start, when drive is enabled and no faults are present. Drive On (V/F) Active when drive is Ready" and producing PWM to motor. (Open Vector) Active when drive is Ready" and motor flux is present. Drive Run Active when drive is On" and a FWD/REV direction command is present. Drive Stopped Active when stop command is present and motor is stopped (or coasting to stop). Jog Active during Jog mode. Accelerate Active when control is accelerating. Constant Speed Active when control speed is constant. Decelerate Active when control is decelerating. At Zero Speed Active when motor speed is less than the Level 1 Output Setup Zero SPD Set Pt". At Speed Active when motor speed is within band set by the Level 1 Output Setup At Speed Band (P1506)". At Set Speed Active when output speed is at or greater than the Level 1 Output Setup Set Speed Point (P1507)". Current Overload Active when motor current is greater than Overload Set Point". Current Underload Active when motor current is less than Underload Set Point". Active when overload left is less than 100%. I2T Overload Keypad Control Active when control is in Local keypad control. Dynamic Brake Active when Dynamic Brake transistor is turned ON. Foldback Active when current foldback is active. Fault Active when a fault condition is present (will cause trip). Alarm Active when an Alarm condition is present (but doesnt cause trip). Command Forward Active during forward run command. Command Reverse Active during reverse run command. Motor Forward Active when motor is moving in Drive forward direction. Motor Reverse Active when motor is moving in Drive reverse direction. Process Error Active when absolute process error is greater than P2606 (Process Error Tolerance). Network Active when commanded by network (Modbus). Network device controls this output. PLC Output is controlled by PLC mode. RTC Output is controlled by RTC mode. Zero speed opto output is active when the speed is less than the ZERO SPD SET PT, the opto output becomes active. This is useful when a motor brake is to interlock operation with a motor. At Speed opto output is active when the magnitude of (Speed Ref)(Speed Demand) is less than P1506. Sets the speed that the AT Set Speed digital output becomes active (turns on). When the speed is greater than the Level 1 Output SET SPEED parameter, the digital output becomes active. This is useful when another machine must not start or stop until the motor exceeds a predetermined speed. Sets the motor current value at which the Overload digital output is active. Sets the motor current value at which the Underload digital output is active.

Zero SPD Set PT At Speed Band Set Speed Point
Overload Set Point Underload Set Point
4-20 Programming & Operation

Block Title OUTPUT SETUP

Continued
Parameter Analog Out 1, 2 Signal Source Selection
Description Speed Ref Speed Demand Acc/Dec Motor Current Scaled value of speed reference input to velocity profiler (ACC/DEC ramp). Scaled value of speed reference output of velocity profiler (ACC/DEC ramp). Scaled value of ACC/DEC rate, range is from 0 to max ACC/DEC rate. Scaled value of Motor Current, range is based on 2 times drive FLA. (Includes both mag and load currents). MAG Current Scaled value of magnetizing current, range is based on 2 times drive FLA. MAG Current Command - The commanded Daxis PI vector magnetizing current to the current controller, range is based on 2 times drive FLA. Load Current Scaled value of the load amps, range is based on 2 times drive FLA. Load Current Command - The commanded Qaxis PI vector load current to the current controller, range is based on 2 times drive FLA. Power FactorScaled value of power factor, range is from 0 to 1.0. PH1 Current Scaled value of the phase 1 motor current, range is based on 2 times drive FLA. PH2 Current Scaled value of the phase 2 motor current, range is based on 2 times drive FLA. PH3 Current Scaled value of the phase 3 motor current, range is based on 2 times drive FLA. Motor Voltage Scaled value of the motor voltage, range is based on P2401. VD Demand Flux controller output. Used to diagnose control problems. VQ Demand Load controller output. Used to diagnose control problems. Bus Voltage Scaled value of the Bus voltage. (Range is based on 325V for 240V drives, 650V for 480V controls and 813Vdc for 600V controls.) ABS Torque Scaled value of the absolute torque, range is based on peak torque (2 x rated torque). Torque Scaled value of the motor torque (signed), range is based on peak torque (2 x rated torque). Control Temp Scaled value of the control heatsink temperature, range is 50 to 150C. Analog Input 1 Scaled value of the analog input 1 signal value. Analog Input 2 Scaled value of the analog input 2 signal value, range depends on input type P1408. OPT1 ANA IN1 Scaled value of option board 1 analog input 1 signal value, range depends on input type selected. OPT1 ANA IN2 Scaled value of option board 1 analog input 2 signal value, range depends on input type selected. OPT2 ANA IN1 Scaled value of option board 2 analog input 1 signal value, range depends on input type selected. OPT2 ANA IN2 Scaled value of option board 2 analog input 2 signal value, range depends on input type selected. PROC Feedforward Scaled value of the process feedforward signal, range is 100% to 100% of Process Feedforward signal. PROC Feedback Scaled value of the process feedback signal, range is 100% to 100% of Process Feedback signal. PROC Setpoint Scaled value of the process setpoint source, range is 100% to 100% of Process Setpoint signal. Electric Angle Scaled value of the electrical angle of shaft, range is from 0359 degrees. ABS Speed Scaled value (absolute) of actual motor speed, range is 0 to Max Motor Speed P2003. Velocity Scaled value (signed) of actual motor speed, range is Max Motor Speed to +Max Motor Speed P2003. Network Represents the network speed reference, see MN744. Analog 1 holding register is 40102:40101 Analog 2 holding register is 40104:40103 Composite Ref Scaled value of the Composite Reference output, range is 100% to 100% of composite reference calculation. Calibrate Produces maximum value of selected analog output type. Sets the output signal (05V, 010V, 420mA or 020mA). Sets the output signal (5V, 10V). Scale factor for analog output (as in Y=Gain*X). Scalable output signal used to calibrate output device (100% to 100% of Analog Out 1 Type).

Output is = 100% Stage 1 (P#3503) Scale Factor Variable B Pa Stage 2 (P#3504) Math Function Pb Pb Pc

R x + (P c)O(P z)

R y + F(R x)

Pa Max P a

P c + F(P b)

Output is = 100%

Table 8-1 Math Functions
ID Function 0 X |X| 1/X X2 Description Zero1 Identity2 Absolute Value Inversion Square Square Root3 Sine Cosine Ramp Generator4 Frequency Generator5 Notes 1. Zero Function, F(x) = 0 2. 2 Identity Function F(x) = x Function, 3. Where, |x| is the absolute value function: | | |x|= x for x = 0 |x|=x f x < 0 | | for 4. 4 The ramp generator is computed as follows: 0.0 1.0 for x > 0 0.01.0 C Constant output f x = 0 for 0.0 1.0 for x < 0 0.01.0 With time period equal to 1.0/(|x|S100) Sec 5. 5 The frequency generator is computed as follows: y = Ramp(x) Freq(x) = Sin(2Sy) With output frequency equal to |x|S100 Hz
Sin(x) Cos(x) Ramp(x) Freq(x)
Table 8-2 Binary Operator Selection Parameter
ID Function + S / Max Min Description Sum Difference Multiply Divide Maximum1 Minimum2 Notes ( , provides the maximum 1. Y = Max(x, y) p 2. Y = Min(x, y) p ( , provides the minimum
Composite Reference Desciption 8-1
Table 8-3 Composite Reference Parameters
Stage # P# Description & 3503 Scale Factor Monitor a parameter number (Variable A or B) and scales the value into percentage of maximum value for use by the next stage. As an example, P3501=5 Motor Voltage (assume its maximum is 230V) is monitored and internally 20% is computed for P5= 46 V or 10% for P5=23 V. Likewise, with P3503=11 then Speed Demand (assume its maximum is 60 Hz) is monitored and 50% is output when P11=30 Hz or 50% when P11= 30 Hz. If P3501 or P3503 can be can be set to any valid drive parameter number. If either is set to an invalid parameter number Py=0% or Pb=0%. P3501 or P3503 only point to a valid parameter number in the active parameter table, never a parameter outside the active table. Switching parameter tables with the drive enabled causes the Composite Reference to be redefined by the parameter values in the new active parameter table. 2&4 3502, 3504 Math Function These parameters select the mathematical functions to be applied at the second and fourth stage of the Composite & 3506 References derivation. Refer to Table 8-1. Optional Operator This parameter provides the mathematical operation to be performed at the third stage of the Composite Reference derivation. Refer to Table 8-2. & 3508 These parameters provide a way to scale up or down the percentage calculation of the first stage. They range from 0.001 to 1000.00 with default 1.00. Normally, the defaults work so these parameters need not be change. A simple example of their useis: A 5A motor is connected to a 15A (peak) drive. When the motor is at rated amps only 5/15 or 33.3% is passed on to stage 2, but by setting P3507=3.00, 100% is passed on allowing full use of the motors current.

Composite Reference Examples
The following table gives examples of the kinds of Composite References that may be developed.

Table 8-4 Examples

P3501 P103 P103 P3502 Identity Identity Composite Reference Parameters P3503 P3504 P3505 P3506 P104 Identity Sum Identity P104 Freq Multiply Identity P3507 0.5 1.0 P3508 0.5 1.0 Description Average of Analog Inputs 1&2: Ry = (A1+A2)/2 Signal Generator with Magnitude set by A1 and Frequency by A2: Ry = A1 Freq(A2) Ratio of Analog Inputs 1&2: Ry = A1/A2 Square Root of Difference of Squares of Process Error and Analog2:

P103 P102

Identity Square

P104 P104

Divide Difference

Identity Square Root

1.0 1.0
8-2 Composite Reference Desciption
Section 9 Monitor and RTC
Monitor Parameters (P0001 to P0202)
Monitor parameters can be viewed using the Workbench software. Most are read only (P0001) but some (P0052) can be written as well.
Table 9-1 Monitor Parameter Descriptions
P# 55 R/W Name SOFTWARE VERSION LOC/REM STATUS DRIVE STATUS MOTION STATUS MOTOR VOLTS MOTOR CURRENT MOTOR ABS SPEED POSITION COUNTER SPEED REF ABS SPEED DEMAND SPEED DEMAND ABS MOTOR FREQ MOTOR FREQ DRIVE TEMP BUS VOLTAGE OVERLOAD LEFT INPUTS OUTPUTS RATED HP RATED CURRENT RATED PK CURRENT RATED VOLTS ACTIVE FAULTS ACTIVE FLT CODE PROC FEEDFORWARD PROC SETPOINT PROC FEEDBACK ADC USER REF ADC CURR REF USER 24V MOTOR TORQUE AUTOTUNE PROG LINE VOLTAGE RATED A/V MOTOR POLES RUN TIMER ACTIVE ALARMS ACT ALARM CODE ANA IN1 ANA IN2 ANA OUT1 ANA OUT2 OPTION1 OPTION2 FEEDBACK DATE AND TIME DST STATUS RESERVED 48 RESERVED 49 RESERVED 50 RESERVED 51 ACTIVE PARAM TBL EE VER FPGA VER ACC/DEC DEMAND Unit Help Software Version. Drive firmware version number Local/Remote Status. Source of run/stop commands. Local for keypad or Remove for terminal block Drive Enable Status. 0 for disabled, 1 for enabled Motion Status. Status: stopped, forward, reverse, bipolar, sleep, homing. Motor Volts. Estimated linetoline drive output RMS voltage Motor Current. Measured motor RMS current Motor Absolute Speed. Estimated or measured absolute rotor speed Position Counter. Accumulated count in revolutions and counts. Units: encoder counts Speed Reference. Setpoint speed for motor. Command source parameter determines the source Absolute Speed Demand. Absolute speed output from Speed Profiler. Speed Demand. Signed speed output from Speed Profiler Absolute Motor Frequency. Estimated motor electrical frequency Motor Frequency. Signed motor frequency Drive Temperature. Measured temperature of drive heat sink Bus Voltage. Measured bus voltage. DC bus high fault occurs above 400/820V DC Overload Remaining. Current overload count remaining until overload fault/foldback occurs Digital Inputs. State of terminal block digital inputs. Off/On indicated by 0/1 Digital Outputs. State of the terminal block digital/relay outputs. Off/On indicated by 0/1 Rated Horsepower. Drive rated horsepower Rated Current. Nominal/derated drive continuous RMS current rating Rated Peak Current. Nominal/derated drive peak, short term, current rating Rated Voltage. Nominal voltage rating of drive Active Faults. Number of active / simultaneous drive faults Active Fault Code. Currently active drive fault code number FF Process Feedforward. Process PID feed forward signal SP Process Setpoint. Process PID set point signal FB Process Feedback. Process PID feedback signal ADC User Reference. Hardware ADC reference voltage for analog inputs ADC Current Reference. Hardware ADC reference voltage for currents User 24V. Measured, internally supplied 24V for I/O Motor Torque. Estimated motor torque from measured currents and motor model AutoTune Progress. Estimated progress of autotune test Line Voltage. Estimated drive input linetoline RMS voltage Rated Amps/Volt. Nominal drive current scaling set at the factory Motor Poles. Calculated /entered number of motor poles Run Timer. Accumulated drive run (nonidle) time in hours Active Alarms. Number of currently active /simultaneous alarms Active Alarm Code. Currently active alarm code Analog Input 1. Measured value of analog input #1 on terminal input J12 and J11 Analog Input 2. Measured value of analog input #2 on terminal input J14 and J15 Analog Output 1. Estimated value of analog output #1 on terminal J16 Analog Output 2. Estimated value of analog output #2 on terminal J17 Option 1. Option board detected in option slot #1 (left slot) Option 2. Option board detected in option slot #2 (right slot) Feedback. Feedback board detected in motor feedback board slot Current Date and Time. Real time clock current reading DST Status. Daylight Saving Time status: 0=Not Active 1=Active Reserved parameter 48. Not used Reserved parameter 49. Not used Reserved parameter 50. Not used Reserved parameter 51. Not used Active Parameter Table. Parameter table currently in use on the drive Power Base EEPROM Rev. Power base EEPROM parameter revision number. Set by factory Power Base FPGA Rev. Power base FPGA revision control number. Set by factory Accel/Decel Demand. Current ramp rate used by the velocity profiler

 

Technical specifications

General
Device TypeNetwork adapter
Form FactorExternal
Interface (Bus) TypeFast Ethernet
Width3.4 in
Depth4.5 in
Height0.8 in
Weight3.8 oz
Networking
Connectivity TechnologyWireless
Data Link ProtocolIEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g
Spread Spectrum MethodDSSS
Data Transfer Rate54 Mbps
Frequency Band2.4 GHz
Status IndicatorsLink activity, power
FeaturesAuto-uplink (auto MDI/MDI-X)
Compliant StandardsIEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, Wi-Fi CERTIFIED
Expansion / Connectivity
Connections1 x network - Ethernet 10Base-T/100Base-TX - RJ-45
Miscellaneous
Cables Included1 x network cable ( external )
Encryption Algorithm128-bit WEP, 64-bit WEP
Compliant StandardsUL, FCC Part 15 B, RSS-210
Power
Power DevicePower adapter - external
Software / System Requirements
Software IncludedDrivers & Utilities
Environmental Parameters
Min Operating Temperature32 °F
Max Operating Temperature95 °F
Humidity Range Operating10 - 85%
Universal Product Identifiers
BrandMicrosoft
Part NumberR86-00007
GTIN00805529792128

 

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