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PDF Content Summary: MAKING MODERN LIVING POSSIBLE Operating Instructions VLT® HVAC Drive FC 102 1.1-90 kW danfoss.com/drives Contents Operating Instructions Contents 1 Introduction 3 1.1 Purpose of the Manual 3 1.2 Additional Resources 3 1.3 Document and Software Version 3 1.4 Product Overview 3 1.5 Approvals and Certifications 6 1.6 Disposal 6 2 Safety 7 2.1 Safety Symbols 7 2.2 Qualified Personnel 7 2.3 Safety Precautions 7 3 Mechanical Installation 9 3.1 Unpacking 9 3.2 Installation Environments 9 3.3 Mounting 10 4 Electrical Installation 11 4.1 Safety Instructions 11 4.2 EMC Compliant Installation 11 4.3 Grounding 11 4.4 Wiring Schematic 12 4.5 Access 14 4.6 Motor Connection 14 4.7 AC Mains Connection 17 4.8 Control Wiring 17 4.8.1 Control Terminal Types 17 4.8.2 Wiring to Control Terminals 19 4.8.3 Enabling Motor Operation (Terminal 27) 19 4.8.4 Voltage/Current Input Selection (Switches) 19 4.8.5 Safe Torque Off (STO) 20 4.8.6 RS-485 Serial Communication 20 4.9 Installation Check List 21 5 Commissioning 22 5.1 Safety Instructions 22 5.2 Applying Power 22 5.3 Local Control Panel Operation 23 5.4 Basic Programming 25 MG11AK02 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. 1 Contents Operating Instructions 5.4.1 Commissioning with SmartStart 25 5.4.2 Commissioning via [Main Menu] 26 5.4.3 Asynchronous Motor Set-up 26 5.4.4 Permanent Magnet Motor Set-up 26 5.4.5 Automatic Energy Optimisation (AEO) 27 5.4.6 Automatic Motor Adaptation (AMA) 28 5.5 Checking Motor Rotation 28 5.6 Local-control Test 28 5.7 System Start-up 28 6 Application Set-up Examples 29 7 Diagnostics and Troubleshooting 33 7.1 Maintenance and Service 33 7.2 Status Messages 33 7.3 Warning and Alarm Types 35 7.4 List of Warnings and Alarms 36 7.5 Troubleshooting 41 8 Specifications 44 8.1 Electrical Data 44 8.1.1 Mains Supply 3x200-240 V AC 44 8.1.2 Mains Supply 3x380-480 V AC 46 8.1.3 Mains Supply 3x525-600 V AC 48 8.1.4 Mains Supply 3x525-690 V AC 50 8.2 Mains Supply 52 8.3 Motor Output and Motor Data 52 8.4 Ambient Conditions 52 8.5 Cable Specifications 53 8.6 Control Input/Output and Control Data 53 8.7 Connection Tightening Torques 56 8.8 Fuses and Circuit Breakers 57 8.9 Power Ratings, Weight and Dimensions 63 9 Appendix 64 9.1 Symbols, Abbreviations and Conventions 64 9.2 Parameter Menu Structure 64 Index 69 2 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. MG11AK02 Introduction Operating Instructions 1 Introduction 1.1 Purpose of the Manual 1.4 Product Overview These operating instructions provide information for safe 1.4.1 Intended Use installation and commissioning of the frequency converter. The frequency converter is an electronic motor controller The operating instructions are intended for use by intended for qualified personnel. Read and follow the operating instructions to use the frequency converter safely and professionally, and pay particular attention to the safety instructions and general warnings. Keep these operating instructions available with the frequency converter at all times. • regulation of motor speed in response to system feedback or to remote commands from external controllers. A power drive system consists of the frequency converter, the motor and equipment driven by the motor. • system and motor status surveillance. VLT® is a registered trademark. The frequency converter can also be used for motor 1.2 Additional Resources protection. Other resources are available to understand advanced Depending on configuration, the frequency converter can frequency converter functions and programming. be used in standalone applications or form part of a larger appliance or installation. • The VLT® Programming Guide provides greater detail on working with parameters and many application examples. • The VLT® Design Guide provides detailed The frequency converter is allowed for use in residential, industrial and commercial environments in accordance with local laws and standards. information about capabilities and functionality to design motor control systems. NOTICE • Instructions for operation with optional equipment. In a residential environment this product can cause radio interference, in which case supplementary mitigation measures can be required. Supplementary publications and manuals are available from Danfoss. See danfoss.com/BusinessAreas/DrivesSo- lutions/Documentations/VLT+Technical+Documentation.htm for listings. Foreseeable misuse Do not use the frequency converter in applications which are non-compliant with specified operating conditions and 1.3 Document and Software Version environments. Ensure compliance with the conditions specified in chapter 8 Specifications. This manual is regularly reviewed and updated. All suggestions for improvement are welcome. Table 1.1 shows the document version and the corresponding software version. Edition Remarks Software version MG11AKxx Replaces MG11AJxx 3.92 Table 1.1 Document and Software Version MG11AK02 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. 3 1 1 11 Introduction Operating Instructions 1.4.2 Exploded Views 2 11 12 13 0 1.394BB03110 DC- DC+ 1 06059 04030201 8 Remove jumper to activate Safe Stop Max. 24 Volt ! 12 13 18 19 27 29 32 33 20 3 4 5 19 18 61 68 39 42 50 53 54 7 617 16 QDF-30FAN MOUNTING 15 14 1 Local control panel (LCP) 11 Relay 2 (04, 05, 06) 2 Cover 12 Lifting ring 3 RS-485 serial bus connector 13 Mounting slot 4 Digital I/O and 24 V power supply 14 Grounding clamp (PE) 5 Analog I/O connector 15 Cable screen connector 6 Cable screen connector 16 Brake terminal (-81, +82) 7 USB connector 17 Load sharing terminal (DC bus) (-88, +89) 8 Serial bus terminal switch 18 Motor output terminals 96 (U), 97 (V), 98 (W) 9 Analog switches (A53), (A54) 19 Mains input terminals 91 (L1), 92 (L2), 93 (L3) 10 Relay 1 (01, 02, 03) Illustration 1.1 Exploded View Enclosure Types B and C, IP55 and IP66 4 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. MG11AK02 Introduction Operating Instructions 1 2 3 0 1.294BB0314 18 5 17 16 6 158 7 8 14 9 10 11 13 12 1 Local control panel (LCP) 10 Motor output terminals 96 (U), 97 (V), 98 (W) 2 RS-485 serial bus connector (+68, -69) 11 Relay 2 (01, 02, 03) 3 Analog I/O connector 12 Relay 1 (04, 05, 06) 4 LCP input plug 13 Brake (-81, +82) and load sharing (-88, +89) terminals 5 Analog switches (A53), (A54) 14 Mains input terminals 91 (L1), 92 (L2), 93 (L3) 6 Cable screen connector 15 USB connector 7 Decoupling plate 16 Serial bus terminal switch 8 Grounding clamp (PE) 17 Digital I/O and 24 V power supply 9 Screened cable grounding clamp and strain relief 18 Cover Illustration 1.2 Exploded View Enclosure Type A, IP20 MG11AK02 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. 5 1 1 11 Introduction Operating Instructions 1.4.3 Block Diagram of the Frequency Converter Illustration 1.3 is a block diagram of the internal components of the frequency converter. See Table 1.2 for their functions. Illustration 1.3 Frequency Converter Block Diagram Area Title Functions • 3-phase AC mains power 1 Mains input supply to the frequency converter • The rectifier bridge converts 2 Rectifier the AC input to DC current to supply inverter power 3 DC bus • Intermediate DC-bus circuit handles the DC current 4 DC reactors 6 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. MG11AK02 Area Title Functions 8 Control circuitry • Input power, internal processing, output, and motor current are monitored to provide efficient operation and control • User interface and external commands are monitored and performed • Status output and control can be provided Table 1.2 Legend to Illustration 1.3 1.4.4 Enclosure Types and Power Ratings For enclosure types and power ratings of the frequency converters, refer to chapter 8.9 Power Ratings, Weight and Dimensions. 1.5 Approvals and Certifications • Filter the intermediate DC circuit voltage Table 1.3 Approvals and Certifications • Prove line transient protection More approvals and certifications are available. Contact • Reduce RMS current • Raise the power factor reflected back to the line local Danfoss partner. Frequency converters of enclosure type T7 (525-690 V) are not certified for UL. The frequency converter complies with UL508C thermal • Reduce harmonics on the AC input memory retention requirements. For more information, refer to the section Motor Thermal Protection in the Design Guide. For compliance with the European Agreement concerning 5 Capacitor bank International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Inland Waterways (ADN), refer to ADN-compliant Installation in the Design Guide. 1.6 Disposal Do not dispose of equipment containing electrical components together with domestic waste. Collect it separately in accordance with local and currently valid legislation. • Stores the DC power • Provides ride-through protection for short power losses 6 Inverter • Converts the DC into a controlled PWM AC waveform for a controlled variable output to the motor 7 Output to motor • Regulated 3-phase output power to the motor Safety Operating Instructions 2 Safety 2.1 Safety Symbols WARNING The following symbols are used in this document: UNINTENDED START When the frequency converter is connected to AC mains, WARNING the motor may start at any time, causing risk of death, serious injury, equipment, or property damage. The Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which could motor can start by means of an external switch, a serial result in death or serious injury. bus command, an input reference signal from the LCP, or after a cleared fault condition. CAUTION • Disconnect the frequency converter from mains Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which could result in minor or moderate injury. It may also be used whenever personal safety considerations make it necessary to avoid unintended motor start. to alert against unsafe practices. • Press [Off] on the LCP, before programming parameters. NOTICE • The frequency converter, motor, and any driven Indicates important information, including situations that may result in damage to equipment or property. equipment must be in operational readiness when the frequency converter is connected to AC mains. 2.2 Qualified Personnel Correct and reliable transport, storage, installation, WARNING operation and maintenance are required for the trouble- DISCHARGE TIME free and safe operation of the frequency converter. Only The frequency converter contains DC-link capacitors, qualified personnel is allowed to install or operate this which can remain charged even when the frequency equipment. converter is not powered. Failure to wait the specified time after power has been removed before performing Qualified personnel is defined as trained staff, who are service or repair work, could result in death or serious authorised to install, commission, and maintain equipment, injury. systems and circuits in accordance with pertinent laws and 1. Stop motor. regulations. Additionally, the personnel must be familiar with the instructions and safety measures described in this document. 2.3 Safety Precautions 2. Disconnect AC mains, permanent magnet type motors, and remote DC-link power supplies, including battery back-ups, UPS, and DC-link connections to other frequency converters. WARNING 3. Wait for the capacitors to discharge fully, before performing any service or repair work. The HIGH VOLTAGE duration of waiting time is specified in Frequency converters contain high voltage when Table 2.1. connected to AC mains input, DC power supply, or load sharing. Failure to perform installation, start-up, and maintenance by qualified personnel can result in death Voltage [V] Minimum waiting time (minutes) or serious injury. 4 7 15 • Installation, start-up, and maintenance must be performed by qualified personnel only. 200-240 380-480 525-600 1.1-3.7 kW 1.1-7.5 kW 1.1-7.5 kW 5.5-45 kW 11-90 kW 11-90 kW 525-690 1.1-7.5 kW 11-90 kW High voltage may be present even when the warning LED indicator lights are off. Table 2.1 Discharge Time MG11AK02 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. 7 2 2

22 Safety Operating Instructions WARNING LEAKAGE CURRENT HAZARD Leakage currents exceed 3.5 mA. Failure to ground the frequency converter properly can result in death or serious injury.

• Ensure correct grounding of the equipment by a certified electrical installer. WARNING EQUIPMENT HAZARD Contact with rotating shafts and electrical equipment can result in death or serious injury. • Ensure that only trained and qualified personnel perform installation, start up, and maintenance. • Ensure that electrical work conforms to national and local electrical codes. • Follow the procedures in this manual. CAUTION UNINTENDED MOTOR ROTATION WINDMILLING Unintended rotation of permanent magnet motors can result in serious injury or equipment damage. • Ensure that permanent magnet motors are blocked to prevent unintended rotation. CAUTION INTERNAL FAILURE HAZARD An internal failure in the frequency converter can result in serious injury, when the frequency converter is not properly closed. • Before applying power, ensure all safety covers are in place and securely fastened. 8 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. MG11AK02 Mechanical Installation Operating Instructions 3 Mechanical Installation 3.1 Unpacking 3.1.1 Items Supplied Items supplied may vary according to product configu- ration. • Make sure the items supplied and the information on the nameplate correspond to the order confirmation. • Check the packaging and the frequency converter visually for damage caused by inappropriate handling during shipment. File any claim for damage with the carrier. Retain damaged parts for clarification. 1210 348 56 79 1 Type code 2 Order number 3 Power rating 4 Input voltage, frequency and current (at low/high voltages) 5 Output voltage, frequency and current (at low/high voltages) 6 Enclosure type and IP rating 7 Maximum ambient temperature 8 Certifications 9 Discharge time (Warning) 10 Serial number Illustration 3.1 Product Nameplate (Example) NOTICE Do not remove the nameplate from the frequency converter (loss of warranty). MG11AK02 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. 9 VLT R danfoss.com HVAC Drive T/C: FC-102P3K0T4Z55H1UGCXXXSXXXXAXBXCXXXXDX P/N: 131U3930 S/N: 010102G290 3.0kW(400V) / 4.0HP(460V) IN: 3x380-480V 50/60Hz 6.5/5.7A OUT: 3x0-Vin 0-590Hz 7.2/6.3A Type 12 / IP55 Tamb.45 o C/113 F *131U3930010102G290* MADE IN DENMARK Listed 76X1 E134261 Ind. Contr. Eq. ` o CAUTION: See manual for special condition/mains fuse voir manual de conditions speclales/fusibles ` WARNING: Stored charge, wait 4 min. Charge residuelle, attendez 4 min. 3.1.2 Storage Ensure that requirements for storage are fulfilled. Refer to chapter 8.4 Ambient Conditions for further details. 3.2 Installation Environments NOTICE In environments with airborne liquids, particles, or corrosive gases, ensure that the IP/Type rating of the equipment matches the installation environment. Failure to meet requirements for ambient conditions can reduce lifetime of the frequency converter. Ensure that requirements for air humidity, temperature and altitude are met. Vibration and Shock The frequency converter complies with requirements for units mounted on the walls and floors of production premises, as well as in panels bolted to walls or floors. For detailed ambient conditions specifications, refer to chapter 8.4 Ambient Conditions. 3 3 33 Mechanical Installation Operating Instructions 3.3 Mounting Mounting NOTICE 1. Ensure that the strength of the mounting location supports the unit weight. The frequency Improper mounting can result in overheating and converter allows side-by-side installation. reduced performance. 2. Locate the unit as near to the motor as possible. Keep the motor cables as short as possible. Cooling • Ensure that top and bottom clearance for air 3. Mount the unit vertically to a solid flat surface or to the optional back plate to provide cooling cooling is provided. See Illustration 3.2 for airflow. clearance requirements. 4. Use the slotted mounting holes on the unit for a0 1.825DB031wall mounting, when provided. Mounting with back plate and railings Illustration 3.3 Proper Mounting with Back Plate a NOTICE Back plate is required when mounted on railings. Illustration 3.2 Top and Bottom Cooling Clearance NOTICE All A, B, and C enclosures allow side-by-side installation. Enclosure A2-A5 B1-B4 C1, C3 C2, C4 Exception: if an IP21 kit is used, there has to be a a [mm] 100 200 200 225 clearance between the enclosures: Table 3.1 Minimum Airflow Clearance Requirements • For enclosures A2, A3, A4, B3, B4 and C3, the minimum clearance is 50 mm. Lifting• For enclosure C4, the minimum clearance is 75 • To determine a safe lifting method, check the mm. weight of the unit, see chapter 8.9 Power Ratings, Weight and Dimensions. • Ensure that the lifting device is suitable for the task. • If necessary, plan for a hoist, crane, or forklift with the appropriate rating to move the unit. • For lifting, use hoist rings on the unit, when provided. 10 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. MG11AK02 Electrical Installation Operating Instructions 4 Electrical Installation 4.1 Safety Instructions 4.2 EMC Compliant Installation See chapter 2 Safety for general safety instructions. To obtain an EMC-compliant installation, follow the instructions provided in chapter 4.3 Grounding, WARNING chapter 4.4 Wiring Schematic, chapter 4.6 Motor Connection, and chapter 4.8 Control Wiring. INDUCED VOLTAGE Induced voltage from output motor cables that run 4.3 Grounding together can charge equipment capacitors even with the equipment turned off and locked out. Failure to run WARNING output motor cables separately or use screened cables LEAKAGE CURRENT HAZARD could result in death or serious injury. Leakage currents exceed 3.5 mA. Failure to ground the • Run output motor cables separately, or • use screened cables frequency converter properly could result in death or serious injury. • Ensure correct grounding of the equipment by CAUTION a certified electrical installer. SHOCK HAZARD For electrical safety The frequency converter can cause a DC current in the PE conductor. Failure to follow the recommendation below means the RCD may not provide the intended protection. • When a residual current-operated protective device (RCD) is used for protection against electrical shock, only an RCD of Type B is • Ground the frequency converter in accordance with applicable standards and directives. • Use a dedicated ground wire for input power, motor power and control wiring. • Do not ground one frequency converter to another in a “daisy chain” fashion. permitted on the supply side. • Keep the ground wire connections as short as possible. Overcurrent Protection • Follow motor manufacturer wiring requirements. • Additional protective equipment such as short • Minimum cable cross-section: 10 mm2 (or 2 rated circuit protection or motor thermal protection ground wires terminated separately). between frequency converter and motor is required for applications with multiple motors. • Input fusing is required to provide short circuit and overcurrent protection. If not factory- supplied, fuses must be provided by the installer. See maximum fuse ratings in chapter 8.8 Fuses and Circuit Breakers. Wire Type and Ratings For EMC-compliant installation • Establish electrical contact between cable screen and frequency converter enclosure by using metal cable glands or by using the clamps provided on the equipment (see chapter 4.6 Motor Connection). • Use high-strand wire to reduce electrical interference. • All wiring must comply with local and national regulations regarding cross-section and ambient temperature requirements. • Do not use pigtails. NOTICE • Power connection wire recommendation: POTENTIAL EQUALISATION Minimum 75 °C rated copper wire. Risk of electrical interference, when the ground potential See chapter 8.1 Electrical Data and chapter 8.5 Cable Specifi- cations for recommended wire sizes and types. between the frequency converter and the system is different. Install equalising cables between the system components. Recommended cable cross-section: 16 mm2. MG11AK02 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. 11 4 4 44 Electrical Installation Operating Instructions 4.4 Wiring Schematic 3-phase power 91 (L1) 92 (L2) 93 (L3)(U) input 96 (V) 97 (W) 98 0 1.255DB03195 PE (PE) 99 Motor DC bus 88 (-) Switch Mode Power Supply 89 (+) Brake 50 (+10 V OUT) + - + - resistor 53 (A IN) S202 54 (A IN) 0/4-20 mA 55 (COM A IN) 12 (+24 V OUT) 13 (+24 V OUT) P 5-00 Analog Output 20 1 2ON 0 V Interface ** * 37 (D IN) Illustration 4.1 Basic Wiring Schematic A=Analog, D=Digital *Terminal 37 (optional) is used for Safe Torque Off. For Safe Torque Off installation instructions, refer to the Safe Torque Off Operating Instructions for Danfoss VLT® Frequency Converters. **Do not connect cable screen. 12 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. MG11AK02 24 V DC 020106 050427 24 V 0 V 0 V 10 15 V mA DC 130/200 mA (R+) 82 +10 V DC (R-) 81 0/-10 V DC- +10 V DC S201 12 ON 0/4-20 mA 1 2ON ON=0/4-20 mA relay1 OFF=0/-10 V DC - +10 V DC relay2 ON=Terminated OFF=Open 03 0/-10 V DC - +10 V DC 240 V AC, 2 A 24 V (NPN) 0 V (PNP) 0 V (PNP) 240 V AC, 2 A 400 V AC, 2 A 18 (D IN) 19 (D IN) 24 V (NPN) (COM D IN) 24 V (NPN) (D IN/OUT) 0 V (PNP) 0 V (PNP) (COM A OUT) 39 (A OUT) 42 (P RS-485) 68 0/4-20 mA S801 5V 29 (D IN/OUT) 24 V (NPN) 24 V S801 RS-485 RS-485 24 V (NPN) 0 V (PNP) 32 (D IN) 24 V (NPN) (N RS-485) 69 0 V (PNP) 33 (D IN) (COM RS-485) 61 : Chassis : Ground Electrical Installation Operating Instructions 1 1.925DB0311 MG11AK02 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. 13 2 6 34 5 9 10 11 L1L2L3PE8 7 1 PLC 6 Cable gland 2 Frequency converter 7 Motor, 3-phase and PE 3 Output contactor 8 Mains, 3-phase and reinforced PE 4 Grounding rail (PE) 9 Control wiring 5 Cable insulation (stripped) 10 Equalising min. 16 mm2 (0.025 in) Illustration 4.2 EMC-compliant Electrical Connection NOTICE EMC INTERFERENCE Use screened cables for motor and control wiring, and separate cables for input power, motor wiring and control wiring. Failure to isolate power, motor and control cables can result in unintended behaviour or reduced performance. Minimum 200 mm (7.9 in) clearance between power, motor and control cables is required. UVW PE 4 4

44 • Remove cover with a screw driver (See Illustration 4.3) or by loosening attaching screws (See Illustration 4.4). WARNING INDUCED VOLTAGE! Induced voltage from output motor cables that run together can charge equipment capacitors even with the equipment turned off and locked out. Failure to run output motor cables separately or use screened cables could result in death or serious injury.

Electrical Installation Operating Instructions

4.5 Access 4.6 Motor Connection

14 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. MG11AK02 • Comply with local and national electrical codes for cable sizes. For maximum wire sizes see chapter 8.1 Electrical Data. • Follow motor manufacturer wiring requirements. • Motor wiring knockouts or access panels are provided at the base of IP21 (NEMA1/12) and higher units. • Do not wire a starting or pole-changing device

Illustration 4.3 Access to Wiring for IP20 and IP21 Enclosures (e.g. Dahlander motor or slip ring induction motor) between the frequency converter and the motor. Procedure

1. Strip a section of the outer cable insulation. 2. Position the stripped wire under the cable clamp to establish mechanical fixation and electrical contact between cable screen and ground. 3. Connect ground wire to the nearest grounding terminal in accordance with grounding instructions provided in chapter 4.3 Grounding, see Illustration 4.5. 4. Connect the 3-phase motor wiring to terminals 96 (U), 97 (V), and 98 (W), see Illustration 4.5. 5. Tighten terminals in accordance with the information provided in chapter 8.7 Connection Tightening Torques. Illustration 4.4 Access to Wiring for IP55 and IP66 Enclosures See Table 4.1 before tightening the covers. Enclosure IP55 IP66 A4/A5 2 2 B1/B2 2.2 2.2 C1/C2 2.2 2.2 No screws to tighten for A2/A3/B3/B4/C3/C4. Table 4.1 Tightening Torques for Covers [Nm] Electrical Installation Operating Instructions U 96 V 97 W 98 0 1.135DB031W U 96 Illustration 4.5 Motor Connection Procedure for frequency converter with Category C1 filter (see typecode on nameplate) 1. Strip a section of the outer cable insulation. 2. Position the stripped wire under the cable clamp to establish mechanical fixation and electrical contact between cable screen and ground. 3. Run the 3-phase motor wiring through the rubber part, see Illustration 4.6. 4. Run the 3-phase motor wiring through the ferrite, see Illustration 4.6. 5. Connect ground wire to the nearest grounding terminal in accordance with grounding instructions. 6. Connect the 3-phase motor wiring to terminals 96 (U), 97 (V), and 98 (W), see Illustration 4.6. 7. Position the ferrite as shown in Illustration 4.6. 8. Squeeze the plastic clamps together. The teeth lock to fasten the ferrite to the wires. 9. Tighten terminals in accordance with the information provided in chapter 8.7 Connection Tightening Torques. MG11AK02 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. 15 V 97 98 Illustration 4.6 Motor Connection for Frequency Converter with Category C1 Filter Illustration 4.7, Illustration 4.8, Illustration 4.9, Illustration 4.10 and Illustration 4.11 represent mains input, motor, and grounding for basic frequency converters. Actual configu- rations vary with unit types and optional equipment. 4 4 44 Electrical Installation Operating Instructions 2 1.203TB031W 0 1.733TB031U 96 V 97 98 MOTOR 99 U MOTOR V W Illustration 4.9 Motor Connection for Enclosure Type A4/A5 (IP55/66/NEMA Type 12) Illustration 4.7 Motor Connection for Enclosure Type A2 and A3 0 1.864DB031U 96 V 97 W 98 MOTOR U V W 99 Illustration 4.10 Motor Connection with Category C1 filter for Enclosure Type A4/A5 (IP55/66/NEMA Type 12) Illustration 4.8 Motor Connection with Category C1 Filter for Enclosure Type A2 and A3 16 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. MG11AK02 Electrical Installation Operating Instructions 88DC- 89DC+ 81R- 8R+ 1 1.093AB03195 99 L 1 91 L 2 92 L 3 93 Illustration 4.12 Connecting to AC Mains Illustration 4.11 Motor, Mains and Ground Wiring for Enclosure Types B and C Using Shielded Cable 4.8 Control Wiring 4.7 AC Mains Connection • Isolate control wiring from high power components in the frequency converter. • Size wiring based upon the input current of the frequency converter. For maximum wire sizes, see • When the frequency converter is connected to a thermistor, ensure that the thermistor control chapter 8.1 Electrical Data. wiring is screened and reinforced/double • Comply with local and national electrical codes for cable sizes. insulated. A 24 V DC supply voltage is recommended. Procedure 4.8.1 Control Terminal Types 1. Connect 3-phase AC input power wiring to terminals L1, L2, and L3 (see Illustration 4.12). Illustration 4.13 and Illustration 4.14 show the removable 2. Depending on the configuration of the equipment, input power will be connected to the 91L1 92L2 93L3 96U 97V 98W frequency converter connectors. Terminal functions and default settings are summarised in Table 4.2. mains input terminals or the input disconnect. 3. Ground the cable in accordance with grounding instructions provided in chapter 4.3 Grounding. 4. When supplied from an isolated mains source (IT 1 1.129BB031mains or floating delta) or TT/TN-S mains with a grounded leg (grounded delta), ensure that 2 14-50 RFI Filter is set to OFF to avoid damage to the intermediate circuit and to reduce earth 3 4 capacity currents in accordance with IEC 61800-3. 1 Illustration 4.13 Control Terminal Locations MG11AK02 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. 17 4 4 44 Electrical Installation Operating Instructions 10 1.139BB031Terminal description 12 13 18 19 27 29 32 33 20 37 Default 2 3 Terminal Parameter setting Description 61 68 69 39 42 50 53 54 55 Analog Inputs/Outputs 39 - Common for analog output Illustration 4.14 Terminal Numbers 42 6-50 Speed 0 - Programmable analog High Limit output. 0-20 mA or 4-20 mA at a maximum • Connector 1 provides 4 programmable digital of 500 Ω inputs terminals, 2 additional digital terminals 50 - +10 V DC 10 V DC analog supply programmable as either input or output, a 24 V voltage for potenti- DC terminal supply voltage, and a common for ometer or thermistor. optional customer supplied 24 V DC voltage. 15 mA maximum • Connector 2 terminals (+)68 and (-)69 are for an RS-485 serial communication connection • Connector 3 provides 2 analog inputs, 1 analog 53 6-1 Reference Analog input. For 54 6-2 Feedback voltage or current. Switches A53 and A54 select mA or V. output, 10 V DC supply voltage, and commons 55 - Common for analog for the inputs and output input • Connector 4 is a USB port available for use with Serial Communication the MCT 10 Set-up Software 61 - Integrated RC-Filter for cable screen. ONLY for Terminal description connecting the screen in the event of EMC Default problems. Terminal Parameter setting Description 68 (+) 8-3 RS-485 Interface. A Digital Inputs/Outputs 69 (-) 8-3 control card switch is 12, 13 - +24 V DC 24 V DC supply voltage provided for for digital inputs and termination resistance. external transducers. Relays Maximum output 01, 02, 03 5-40 [0] [9] Alarm Form C relay output. current 200 mA for all 04, 05, 06 5-40 [1] [5] Running For AC or DC voltage 24 V loads. and resistive or 18 5-10 [8] Start inductive loads. 19 5-11 [0] No operation Table 4.3 Terminal Description 32 5-14 [0] No Digital inputs. operation 33 5-15 [0] No Additional terminals: • 2 form C relay outputs. Location of the outputs operation depends on frequency converter configuration. 27 5-12 [2] Coast • Terminals located on built-in optional equipment. inverse See the manual provided with the equipment option. 18 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. MG11AK02 For digital input or output. Default setting 29 5-13 [14] JOG is input. 20 - Common for digital inputs and 0 V potential for 24 V supply. 37 - Safe Torque Off (STO) Safe input (optional). Used for STO. Table 4.2 Terminal Description Electrical Installation Operating Instructions 4.8.2 Wiring to Control Terminals • When the status line at the bottom of the LCP reads AUTO REMOTE COAST, this indicates that Control terminal connectors can be unplugged from the the unit is ready to operate but is missing an frequency converter for ease of installation, as shown in input signal on terminal 27. Illustration 4.13. • When factory installed optional equipment is NOTICE NOTICE wired to terminal 27, do not remove that wiring. Keep control wires as short as possible and separate from high power cables to minimise interference. The frequency converter cannot operate without a signal on terminal 27 unless terminal 27 is re-programmed. 1. Open the contact by inserting a small screw driver into the slot above the contact and push the screw driver slightly upwards. 4.8.4 Voltage/Current (Switches) Input Selection The analog input terminals 53 and 54 allow setting of input signal to voltage (0-10 V) or current (0/4-20 mA). 12 13 18 19 27 29 32 33 Default parameter settings: • Terminal 53: speed reference signal in open loop (see 16-61 Terminal 53 Switch Setting). • Terminal 54: feedback signal in closed loop (see 16-63 Terminal 54 Switch Setting). NOTICE Disconnect power to the frequency converter before changing switch positions. 1. Remove the local control panel (see Illustration 4.16). 2. Remove any optional equipment covering the switches. 3. Set switches A53 and A54 to select the signal type. U selects voltage, I selects current. MG11AK02 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. 19 0 1.645DB0311 10 mm 2 Illustration 4.15 Connecting Control Wires 2. Insert the bared control wire into the contact. 3. Remove the screw driver to fasten the control wire into the contact. 4. Ensure the contact is firmly established and not loose. Loose control wiring can be the source of equipment faults or less than optimal operation. See chapter 8.5 Cable Specifications for control terminal wiring sizes and chapter 6 Application Set-up Examples for typical control wiring connections. 4.8.3 Enabling Motor Operation (Terminal 27) A jumper wire may be required between terminal 12 (or 13) and terminal 27 for the frequency converter to operate when using factory default programming values. • Digital input terminal 27 is designed to receive an 24 V DC external interlock command. In many applications, the user wires an external interlock device to terminal 27. • When no interlock device is used, wire a jumper between control terminal 12 (recommended) or 13 to terminal 27. This provides an internal 24 V signal on terminal 27. 4 4 44 Electrical Installation Operating Instructions 0 1.035DB031Cable Impedance Max. cable Screened twisted pair (STP) 120 Ω 1200 (including drop lines) length [m] 500 station-to-station Table 4.4 Cable Information 12 O N OFF-ON BUSTER. U- A53 I A54 U- I VLT Illustration 4.16 Location of Terminals 53 and 54 Switches 4.8.5 Safe Torque Off (STO) Safe Torque off is an option. To run Safe Torque Off, additional wiring for the frequency converter is required. Refer to VLT® Frequency Converters Safe Torque Off Operating Instructions for further information. 4.8.6 RS-485 Serial Communication Up to 32 nodes can be connected as a bus, or via drop cables from a common trunk line to 1 network segment. Repeaters can divide network segments. Each repeater functions as a node within the segment in which it is installed. Each node connected within a given network must have a unique node address, across all segments. • Connect RS-485 serial communication wiring to terminals (+)68 and (-)69. • Terminate each segment at both ends, using either the termination switch (bus term on/off, see Illustration 4.16) on the frequency converters, or a biased termination resistor network. • Connect a large surface of the screen to ground, for example with a cable clamp or a conductive cable gland. • Apply potential-equalising cables to maintain the same ground potential throughout the network. • Use the same type of cable throughout the entire network to prevent impedance mismatch. 20 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. MG11AK02 Electrical Installation Operating Instructions 4.9 Installation Check List Before completing installation of the unit, inspect the entire installation as detailed in Table 4.5. Check and mark the items when completed. Inspect for Description ☑ Auxiliary equipment • Look for auxiliary equipment, switches, disconnects, or input fuses/circuit breakers that may reside on the input power side of the frequency converter or output side to the motor. Ensure that they are ready for full-speed operation • Check function and installation of any sensors used for feedback to the frequency converter • Remove any power factor correction caps on motor(s) • Adjust any power factor correction caps on the mains side and ensure that they are dampened Cable routing • Ensure that motor wiring and control wiring are separated or screened or in 3 separate metallic conduits for high-frequency interference isolation Control wiring • Check for broken or damaged wires and loose connections • Check that control wiring is isolated from power and motor wiring for noise immunity • Check the voltage source of the signals, if necessary • The use of screened cable or twisted pair is recommended. Ensure that the shield is terminated correctly Cooling clearance • Measure that top and bottom clearance is adequate to ensure proper air flow for cooling, see chapter 3.3 Mounting Ambient conditions • Check that requirements for ambient conditions are met Fusing and circuit breakers MG11AK02 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. 21 • Check for proper fusing or circuit breakers • Check that all fuses are inserted firmly and are in operational condition and that all circuit breakers are in the open position Grounding • Check for sufficient ground connections that are tight and free of oxidation • Grounding to conduit, or mounting the back panel to a metal surface, is not a suitable grounding Input and output power wiring • Check for loose connections • Check that motor and mains are in separate conduit or separated screened cables Panel interior • Inspect that the unit interior is free of dirt, metal chips, moisture, and corrosion • Check that the unit is mounted on an unpainted, metal surface Switches • Ensure that all switch and disconnect settings are in the proper positions Vibration • Check that the unit is mounted solidly, or that shock mounts are used, as necessary • Check for an unusual amount of vibration Table 4.5 Installation Check List CAUTION POTENTIAL HAZARD IN THE EVENT OF INTERNAL FAILURE Risk of personal injury when the frequency converter is not properly closed. • Before applying power, ensure all safety covers are in place and securely fastened. 4 4 55 Commissioning Operating Instructions 5 Commissioning 5.1 Safety Instructions 5.2 Applying Power See chapter 2 Safety for general safety instructions. WARNING WARNING UNINTENDED START When the frequency converter is connected to AC mains, HIGH VOLTAGE the motor may start at any time, causing risk of death, Frequency converters contain high voltage when serious injury, equipment, or property damage. The connected to AC mains input power. Failure to perform motor can start by means of an external switch, a serial installation, start-up, and maintenance by qualified bus command, an input reference signal from the LCP, or personnel could result in death or serious injury. after a cleared fault condition. • Installation, start-up, and maintenance must be performed by qualified personnel only. • Disconnect the frequency converter from mains whenever personal safety considerations make it necessary to avoid unintended motor start. Before applying power: 1. Close cover properly. • Press [Off] on the LCP, before programming parameters. 2. Check that all cable glands are firmly tightened. 3. Ensure that input power to the unit is OFF and locked out. Do not rely on the frequency converter disconnect switches for input power • The frequency converter, motor, and any driven equipment must be in operational readiness when the frequency converter is connected to AC mains. isolation. 4. Verify that there is no voltage on input terminals L1 (91), L2 (92), and L3 (93), phase-to-phase and Apply power to the frequency converter using the following steps: phase-to-ground. 1. Confirm that the input voltage is balanced within 5. Verify that there is no voltage on output 3%. If not, correct input voltage imbalance before terminals 96 (U), 97 (V), and 98 (W), phase-to- proceeding. Repeat this procedure after the phase and phase-to-ground. voltage correction. 6. Confirm continuity of the motor by measuring 2. Ensure that optional equipment wiring, if present, ohm values on U-V (96-97), V-W (97-98), and W-U matches the installation application. (98-96). 7. Check for proper grounding of the frequency converter as well as the motor. 3. Ensure that all operator devices are in the OFF position. Panel doors must be closed or cover mounted. 8. Inspect the frequency converter for loose connections on terminals. 4. Apply power to the unit. DO NOT start the frequency converter now. For units with a 9. Confirm that the supply voltage matches voltage disconnect switch, turn to the ON position to of frequency converter and motor. apply power to the frequency converter. NOTICE When the status line at the bottom of the LCP reads AUTO REMOTE COASTING or Alarm 60 External Interlock is displayed, this message indicates that the unit is ready to operate but is missing an input signal on, for example, terminal 27. See chapter 4.8.3 Enabling Motor Operation (Terminal 27) for details. 22 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. MG11AK02 Commissioning Operating Instructions 5.3 Local Control Panel Operation 5.3.1 Local Control Panel 13 1The local control panel (LCP) is the combined display and keypad on the front of the unit. The LCP has several user functions: • Start, stop, and control speed when in local control • Display operational data, status, warnings and cautions • Programming frequency converter functions • Manually reset the frequency converter after a fault when auto-reset is inactive An optional numeric LCP (NLCP) is also available. The NLCP operates in a manner similar to the LCP. See the Programming Guide for details on use of the NLCP. NOTICE For commissioning via PC, install MCT 10 Set-up Software. The software is available for download (basic version) or for ordering (advanced version, order number 130B1000). For more information and downloads, see danfoss.com/BusinessAreas/DrivesSolutions/Software +MCT10/MCT10+Downloads.htm. 5.3.2 LCP Layout The LCP is divided into 4 functional groups (see Illustration 5.1). A. Display area B. Display menu keys C. Navigation keys and indicator lights (LEDs) D. Operation keys and reset MG11AK02 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. 23 Status 1(1) 0.0 % 0.00 A 0.00 kW 0 1.215DB032 A 0.0Hz 5 4 Off Remote Stop69 B7 810 COnAlarm D Hand on Off Auto on Reset 2605 kWh Status Quick Menu Main Menu Alarm Log Back Cancel 11I12nfOK o 15Warn. 161317 14 18 19 20 21 Illustration 5.1 Local Control Panel (LCP) A. Display Area The display area is activated when the frequency converter receives power from mains voltage, a DC bus terminal, or an external 24 V DC supply. The information displayed on the LCP can be customised for user application. Select options in the Quick Menu Q3-13 Display Settings. Callout Display Parameter number Default setting 1 1.1 0-20 Reference % 2 1.2 0-21 Motor current 3 1.3 0-22 Power [kW] 4 2 0-23 Frequency 5 3 0-24 kWh counter Table 5.1 Legend to Illustration 5.1, Display Area B. Display Menu Keys Menu keys are used for menu access for parameter set-up, toggling through status display modes during normal operation, and viewing fault log data. Callout Key Function 6 Status Shows operational information. 7 Quick Menu Allows access to programming parameters for initial set-up instructions and many detailed application instructions. 5 5 55 Commissioning Operating Instructions Callout Key Function Callout Key Function 8 Main Menu Allows access to all programming 18 Hand On Starts the frequency converter in local parameters. control. 9 Alarm Log Displays a list of current warnings, the • An external stop signal by control last 10 alarms, and the maintenance log. input or serial communication overrides the local hand on Table 5.2 Legend to Illustration 5.1, Display Menu Keys 19 Off Stops the motor but does not remove C. Navigation Keys and Indicator Lights (LEDs) Navigation keys are used for programming functions and moving the display cursor. The navigation keys also provide speed control in local (hand) operation. There are also 3 frequency converter status indicator lights in this area. power to the frequency converter. 20 Auto On Puts the system in remote operational mode. • Responds to an external start command by control terminals or serial communication 21 Reset Resets the frequency converter manually Callout Key Function after a fault has been cleared. 10 Back Reverts to the previous step or list in the menu structure. Table 5.5 Legend to Illustration 5.1, Operation Keys and Reset 11 Cancel Cancels the last change or command as long as the display mode has not NOTICE changed. The display contrast can be adjusted by pressing [Status] 12 Info Press for a definition of the function being displayed. and [▲]/[▼] keys. 13 Navigation Press to move between items in the keys menu. 5.3.3 Parameter Settings 14 OK Press to access parameter groups or to enable a choice. Establishing the correct programming for applications often requires setting functions in several related Table 5.3 Legend to Illustration 5.1, Navigation Keys parameters. Callout Indicator Light Function Programming data are stored internally in the frequency 15 ON Green The ON light activates when the converter. frequency converter receives power from mains voltage, a DC bus terminal, or an external 24 V • For back-up, upload data into the LCP memory • To download data to another frequency supply. converter, connect the LCP to that unit and 16 WARN Yellow When warning conditions are download the stored settings met, the yellow WARN light • Restoring factory default settings does not comes on and text appears in change data stored in the LCP memory the display area identifying the problem. 5.3.4 Uploading/Downloading Data to/from 17 ALARM Red A fault condition causes the red the LCP alarm light to flash and an alarm text is displayed. 1. Press [Off] to stop the motor before uploading or Table 5.4 Legend to Illustration 5.1, Indicator Lights (LEDs) downloading data. 2. Go to [Main Menu] 0-50 LCP Copy and press [OK]. D. Operation Keys and Reset Operation keys are located at the bottom of the LCP. 3. Select [1] All to LCP to upload data to LCP or select [2] All from LCP to download data from the LCP. 4. Press [OK]. A progress bar shows the uploading or downloading process. 5. Press [Hand On] or [Auto On] to return to normal operation. 24 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. MG11AK02 Commissioning Operating Instructions 5.3.5 Changing Parameter Settings Recommended initialisation procedure, via 14-22 Operation Mode Parameter settings can be accessed and changed from the 1. Press [Main Menu] twice to access parameters. [Quick Menu] or from the [Main Menu]. The [Quick Menu] only gives access to a limited number of parameters. 2. Scroll to 14-22 Operation Mode and press [OK]. 1. Press [Quick Menu] or [Main Menu] on the LCP. 3. Scroll to Initialisation and press [OK]. 2. Press [▲] [▼] to browse through the parameter groups, press [OK] to select a parameter group. 4. Remove power to the unit and wait for the display to turn off. 3. Press [▲] [▼] to browse through the parameters, 5. Apply power to the unit. press [OK] to select a parameter. Default parameter settings are restored during start-up. 4. Press [▲] [▼] to change the value of a parameter This may take slightly longer than normal. setting. 6. Alarm 80 is displayed. 5. Press [◄] [►] to shift digit when a decimal parameter is in the editing state. 7. Press [Reset] to return to operation mode. 6. Press [OK] to accept the change. Manual initialisation procedure 7. Press either [Back] twice to enter Status, or press [Main Menu] once to enter Main Menu. 1. Remove power to the unit and wait for the display to turn off. 2. Press and hold [Status], [Main Menu], and [OK] at View changes Quick Menu Q5 - Changes Made lists all parameters changed from default settings. the same time while applying power to the unit (approximately 5 s or until audible click and fan starts). • The list shows only parameters which have been changed in the current edit-setup. Factory default parameter settings are restored during start-up. This may take slightly longer than normal. • Parameters which have been reset to default values are not listed. • The message Empty indicates that no parameters have been changed. Manual initialisation does not reset the following frequency converter information: • 15-00 Operating hours • 15-03 Power Up's 5.3.6 Restoring Default Settings • 15-04 Over Temp's NOTICE Risk of loosing programming, motor data, localisation, • 15-05 Over Volt's 5.4 Basic Programming and monitoring records by restoration of default 5.4.1 Commissioning with SmartStart settings. To provide a back-up, upload data to the LCP before initialisation. The SmartStart wizard enables fast configuration of basic motor and application parameters. Restoring the default parameter settings is done by initiali- • At first power up or after initialisation of the sation of the frequency converter. Initialisation is carried frequency converter, SmartStart starts automat- out through 14-22 Operation Mode (recommended) or ically. manually. • Follow on-screen instructions to complete • Initialisation using 14-22 Operation Mode does not commissioning of the frequency converter. Always reactivate SmartStart by selecting Quick reset frequency converter settings such as Menu Q4 - SmartStart. operating hours, serial communication selections, personal menu settings, fault log, alarm log, and other monitoring functions. • Manual initialisation erases all motor, programming, localisation, and monitoring data • For commissioning without use of the SmartStart wizard, refer to chapter 5.4.2 Commissioning via [Main Menu] or the Programming Guide. NOTICE and restores factory default settings. Motor data are required for the SmartStart set-up. The required data are normally available on the motor nameplate. MG11AK02 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. 25 5 5 55 Commissioning Operating Instructions 5.4.2 Commissioning via [Main Menu] Recommended parameter settings are intended for start- up and checkout purposes. Application settings may vary. Enter data with power ON, but before operating the frequency converter. 1. Press [Main Menu] on the LCP. 2. Press the navigation keys to scroll to parameter group 0-** Operation/Display and press [OK]. 1107 RPM 3.84 A Main menu 0 - ** Operation/Display 7. Press the navigation keys to scroll to 0-01 Language. 8. Select language and press [OK]. 9. If a jumper wire is in place between control terminals 12 and 27, leave 5-12 Terminal 27 Digital Input at factory default. Otherwise, select No Operation in 5-12 Terminal 27 Digital Input. 10. 3-02 Minimum Reference 11. 3-03 Maximum Reference 12. 3-41 Ramp 1 Ramp Up Time 1 (1) 0 1.660PB03113. 3-42 Ramp 1 Ramp Down Time 14. 3-13 Reference Site. Linked to Hand/Auto Local Remote. 1 - ** Load/Motor 2 - ** Brakes 5.4.3 Asynchronous Motor Set-up 3 - ** Reference / RampsEnter the motor data in parameter 1-20 Motor Power [kW] Illustration 5.2 Main Menu or 1-21 Motor Power [HP] to 1-25 Motor Nominal Speed. The information can be found on the motor nameplate. 3. Press navigation keys to scroll to parameter 1. 1-20 Motor Power [kW] or 1-21 Motor Power [HP] group 0-0* Basic Settings and press [OK]. 2. 1-22 Motor Voltage 0.0% 0.00A 3. 1-23 Motor Frequency Operation / Display 0-0* Basic Settings 0-** 4. 1-24 Motor Current 0-1* Set-up Operations 5. 1-25 Motor Nominal Speed 5.4.4 Permanent Magnet Motor Set-up NOTICE Only use permanent magnet (PM) motor with fans and pumps. Initial Programming Steps 1. Activate PM motor operation 1-10 Motor Construction, select (1) PM, non salient SPM 2. Set 0-02 Motor Speed Unit to [0] RPM Programming motor data After selecting PM motor in 1-10 Motor Construction, the PM motor-related parameters in parameter groups 1-2* Motor Data, 1-3* Adv. Motor Data and 1-4* are active. The necessary data can be found on the motor nameplate and in the motor data sheet. Program the following parameters in the listed order 1. 1-24 Motor Current 2. 1-26 Motor Cont. Rated Torque 3. 1-25 Motor Nominal Speed 4. 1-39 Motor Poles 26 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. MG11AK02 1(1) 0 1.780PB0310-20-3* * LCP LCP Display Custom Readout Illustration 5.3 Operation/Display 4. Press navigation keys to scroll to 0-03 Regional Settings and press [OK]. 0.0% 0.00A Basic Settings 0-0* 0-03 Regional Settings 1(1) 0 1.880PB031[0] International Illustration 5.4 Basic Settings 5. Press navigation keys to select [0] International or [1] North America as appropriate and press [OK]. (This changes the default settings for a number of basic parameters). 6. Press [Main Menu] on the LCP. Commissioning Operating Instructions 5. 1-30 Stator Resistance (Rs) Start the motor at nominal speed. If the application does Enter line to common stator winding resistance not run well, check the VVC+ PM settings. Recommen- (Rs). If only line-line data are available, divide the dations in different applications can be seen in Table 5.6. line-line value with 2 to achieve the line to common (starpoint) value. Application Settings It is also possible to measure the value with an ohmmeter, which takes the resistance of the cable into account. Divide the measured value by Low inertia applications ILoad/IMotor <5 2 and enter the result. 6. 1-37 d-axis Inductance (Ld) Enter line to common direct axis inductance of the PM motor. If only line-line data are available, divide the line- line value with 2 to achieve the line-common (starpoint) value. It is also possible to measure the value with an inductancemeter, which takes the inductance of the cable into account. Divide the measured value by 2 and enter the result. 7. 1-40 Back EMF at 1000 RPM Enter line to line back EMF of PM Motor at 1000 RPM mechanical speed (RMS value). Back EMF is the voltage generated by a PM motor when no drive is connected and the shaft is turned externally. Back EMF is normally specified for nominal motor speed or for 1000 RPM measured between 2 lines. If the value is not available for a motor speed of 1000 RPM, calculate the correct value as follows: If back EMF is e.g. 320 V at 1800 RPM, it can be calculated at 1000 RPM as follows: Back EMF = (Voltage / RPM)*1000 = (320/1800)*1000 = 178. This is the value that must be programmed for 1-40 Back EMF at 1000 RPM. Test motor operation 1. Start the motor at low speed (100 to 200 RPM). If the motor does not turn, check installation, general programming and motor data. 2. Check if start function in 1-70 PM Start Mode fits the application requirements. Rotor detection This function is the recommended choice for applications where the motor starts from standstill, e.g. pumps or conveyors. On some motors, an acoustic sound is heard when the impulse is sent out. This does not harm the motor. Parking This function is the recommended choice for applications where the motor is rotating at slow speed eg. windmilling in fan applications. 2-06 Parking Current and 2-07 Parking Time can be adjusted. Increase the factory setting of these parameters for applications with high inertia. MG11AK02 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. 27 1-17 Voltage filter time const. to be increased by factor 5 to 10 1-14 Damping Gain should be reduced 1-66 Min. Current at Low Speed should be reduced (<100%) Low inertia applications 50>ILoad/IMotor >5 Keep calculated values High inertia applications ILoad/IMotor > 50 1-14 Damping Gain, 1-15 Low Speed Filter Time Const. and 1-16 High Speed Filter Time Const. should be increased High load at low speed <30% (rated speed) 1-17 Voltage filter time const. should be increased 1-66 Min. Current at Low Speed should be increased (>100% for a prolonged time can overheat the motor) Table 5.6 Recommendations in Different Applications If the motor starts oscillating at a certain speed, increase 1-14 Damping Gain. Increase the value in small steps. Depending on the motor, a good value for this parameter can be 10% or 100% higher than the default value. Starting torque can be adjusted in 1-66 Min. Current at Low Speed. 100% provides nominal torque as starting torque. 5.4.5 Automatic Energy Optimisation (AEO) NOTICE AEO is not relevant for permanent magnet motors. Automatic Energy Optimisation (AEO) is a procedure that minimises voltage to the motor, reducing energy consumption, heat, and noise. To activate AEO, set parameter 1-03 Torque Characteristics to [2] Auto Energy Optim. CT or [3] Auto Energy Optim. VT. 5 5 55 Commissioning Operating Instructions 5.4.6 Automatic Motor Adaptation (AMA) 1. Press [Main Menu]. NOTICE 2. Scroll to 1-28 Motor Rotation Check and press [OK]. AMA is not relevant for PM motors. 3. Scroll to [1] Enable. Automatic motor adaptation (AMA) is a procedure that optimises compatibility between the frequency converter and the motor. The following text appears: Note! Motor may run in wrong direction. 4. Press [OK]. 5. Follow the on-screen instructions. • The frequency converter builds a mathematical NOTICE model of the motor for regulating output motor current. The procedure also tests the input phase balance of electrical power. It compares the motor characteristics with the data entered in parameters 1-20 to 1-25. To change the direction of rotation, remove power to the frequency converter and wait for power to discharge. Reverse the connection of any 2 of the 3 motor wires on the motor or frequency converter side of the connection. • The motor shaft does not turn and no harm is done to the motor while running the AMA. 5.6 Local-control Test • Some motors may be unable to run the complete version of the test. In that case, select [2] Enable 1. Press [Hand On] to provide a local start command to the frequency converter. reduced AMA. 2. Accelerate the frequency converter by pressing • If an output filter is connected to the motor, select Enable reduced AMA. [▲] to full speed. Moving the cursor left of the decimal point provides quicker input changes. • If warnings or alarms occur, see chapter 7.4 List of 3. Note any acceleration problems. Warnings and Alarms. 4. Press [Off]. Note any deceleration problems. • Run this procedure on a cold motor for best In the event of acceleration or deceleration problems, see results. chapter 7.5 Troubleshooting. See chapter 7.4 List of Warnings To run AMA and Alarms for resetting the frequency converter after a 1. Press [Main Menu] to access parameters. trip. 2. Scroll to parameter group 1-** Load and Motor 5.7 System Start-up and press [OK]. 3. Scroll to parameter group 1-2* Motor Data and press [OK]. The procedure in this section requires user-wiring and application programming to be completed. The following procedure is recommended after application set-up is 4. Scroll to 1-29 Automatic Motor Adaptation (AMA) completed. and press [OK]. 5. Select [1] Enable complete AMA and press [OK]. 1. Press [Auto On]. 6. Follow on-screen instructions. 2. Apply an external run command. 7. The test runs automatically and indicate when it is complete. 3. Adjust the speed reference throughout the speed range. 5.5 Checking Motor Rotation 4. Remove the external run command. NOTICE 5. Check sound and vibration level of the motor to ensure that the system is working as intended. Risk of damage to pumps/compressors caused by motor If warnings or alarms occur, see or chapter 7.4 List of running in wrong direction. Before running the Warnings and Alarms. frequency converter, check the motor rotation. The motor runs briefly at 5 Hz or the minimum frequency set in 4-12 Motor Speed Low Limit [Hz]. 28 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. MG11AK02 Application Set-up Examples Operating Instructions 6 Application Set-up Examples The examples in this section are intended as a quick Parameters reference for common applications. FC +24 V • Parameter settings are the regional default values +24 V unless otherwise indicated (selected in D IN 1213180 1.729BB031Function 6-12 Terminal Low Current 6-13 Terminal 53 53 Setting 4 mA* 0-03 Regional Settings). D IN 19High Current • Parameters associated with the terminals and their settings are shown next to the drawings. 20D IN 2729• Where switch settings for analog terminals A53 or 32A54 are required, these are also shown. 33NOTICE 37When the optional Safe Torque Off feature is used, a 50jumper wire may be required between terminal 12 (or 5313) and terminal 37 for the frequency converter to operate when using factory default programming values. 20 mA* COM 6-14 Terminal 53 0 Hz Low Ref./Feedb. D IN D IN D IN D IN Value 6-15 Terminal 53 50 Hz High Ref./Feedb. Value +10 V A IN * = Default Value +Notes/comments: A IN 54D IN 37 is an option. 6.1 Application Examples COM 55A OUT 42COM 39 - 4 - 20mA 6.1.1 Speed U - I Parameters A53FC +24 V +24 V D IN 1213180 1.629BB0316-10 Low 6-11 Function Voltage Terminal Terminal 53 53 Setting Table 6.2 Analog Speed Reference (Current) 0.07 V* Parameters 10 V* D IN 19High Voltage FC 206-14 Terminal 53 D IN 27Low Ref./Feedb. 29Value 32+24 V +24 V D IN 0 1.386BB031Function Setting COM 0 Hz 126-10 Terminal 53 0.07 V* 13Low Voltage D IN D IN 186-11 Terminal 53 D IN 19High Voltage 6-15 Terminal 53 D IN 33D IN 37High Ref./Feedb. Value D IN 505354554239 ≈ U - I A53MG11AK02 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. 29 202729+10 V 32A IN 33A IN 37COM A OUT 50COM 535kΩ54554239 U - I A5310 V* 50 Hz 6-14 Terminal 53 Low Ref./Feedb. Value * = Default Value Notes/comments: D IN 37 is an option. Table 6.1 Analog Speed Reference (Voltage) COM D IN D IN D IN D IN +10 V A IN A IN COM A OUT COM 0 Hz +6-15 Terminal 53 1500 Hz High Ref./Feedb. Value - * = Default Value -10 - +10V Notes/comments: D IN 37 is an option. Table 6.3 Speed Reference (Using a Manual Potentiometer) 6 6 66 Application Set-up Examples Operating Instructions Parameters 6.1.2 Start/Stop FC +24 V +24 V D IN 0 1.408BB031Function Setting 125-10 Terminal 18 [8] Start* Parameters 13Digital Input FC 185-12 Terminal 27 +24 V D IN 19Digital Input +24 V 20D IN 0 1.208BB031Function Setting [19] Freeze 125-10 Terminal 18 [8] Start* Reference 13Digital Input COM 5-13 Terminal 29 185-12 Terminal 27 D IN 27Digital Input D IN 29D IN 19Digital Input 20D IN 32D IN 27D IN 33D IN 372932+10 V 50A IN 5354554239 30 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. MG11AK02 [21] Speed Up 5-14 Terminal 32 Digital Input 3337A IN COM 50A OUT 53COM 54554239 [0] No operation [22] Speed 5-19 Terminal 37 Down Safe Stop * = Default Value Notes/comments: D IN 37 is an option. Table 6.4 Speed Up/Down S t a r t ( 1 8 ) F r e e z e r e f ( 2 7 ) S p e e d u p ( 2 9 ) S p e e d d o w n ( 3 2 ) COM D IN D IN D IN D IN +10 A IN A IN COM A OUT COM [1] Safe Stop Alarm * = Default Value Notes/comments: If 5-12 Terminal 27 Digital Input is set to [0] No operation, a jumper wire to terminal 27 is not needed. D IN 37 is an option. Table 6.5 Start/Stop Command with Safe Stop Option Speed 1 1.508BB031S p e e d Start (18) R e f e r e n c e Illustration 6.2 Start/Stop Command with Safe Stop Illustration 6.1 Speed Up/Down Application Set-up Examples Operating Instructions Parameters Parameters FC +24 V +24 V D IN 0 1.308BB031Function FC 5-10 Terminal 18 +24 V Digital Input +24 V D IN Setting 12[9] Latched 13Start 185-12 Terminal 27 [6] Stop 1213180 1.439BB0315-11 5-10 Digital Function Terminal Terminal Input 19 18 Setting [8] Start [10] D IN 19Digital Input Inverse D IN 19Digital Input Reversing* 20* = Default Value 20D IN 27Notes/comments: D IN 27293233MG11AK02 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. 31 If 5-12 Terminal 27 Digital Input is set to [0] No operation, a 29323337375050535354545555424239 39 COM COM D IN D IN 5-12 Terminal 27 D IN D IN Digital Input D IN D IN jumper wire to terminal 27 is D IN D IN not needed. +10 V D IN 37 is an option. +10 V A IN A IN A IN A IN COM COM A OUT A OUT COM COM Table 6.6 Pulse Start/Stop Speed 0 1.608BB031Latched Start (18) Stop Inverse (27) Illustration 6.3 Latched Start/Stop Inverse [0] No operation 5-14 Terminal 32 Digital Input [16] Preset ref bit 0 5-15 Terminal 33 Digital Input [17] Preset ref bit 1 3-10 Preset Reference Preset ref. 0 Preset ref. 1 Preset ref. 2 Preset ref. 3 25% 50% 75% 100% * = Default Value Notes/comments: D IN 37 is an option. Table 6.7 Start/Stop with Reversing and 4 Preset Speeds 6.1.3 External Alarm Reset Parameters FC +24 V +24 V D IN D IN D IN 0 1.829BB0315-11 Digital Function Terminal Input 19 Setting 12[1] Reset 1318* = Default Value 19Notes/comments: COM 20D IN 37 is an option. 27D IN 29D IN 32D IN 33D IN 37+10 V 50A IN 53A IN 54COM 55A OUT 42COM 39 Table 6.8 External Alarm Reset 6 6 66 Application Set-up Examples Operating Instructions 6.1.4 RS-485 6.1.5 Motor Thermistor FC +24 V 12+24 V 13D IN 18Parameters 0 1.586BB031Function Setting 8-30 Protocol FC* 8-31 Address 1* CAUTION THERMISTOR INSULATION Risk of equipment damage exists. 8-32 Baud Rate 9600* • Use only thermistors with reinforced or double D IN 19* = Default Value insulation to meet PELV insulation COM 20D IN 27Notes/comments: requirements. D IN 29D IN 32Parameters VLT +24 V +24 V D IN Select protocol, address and baud rate in the above D IN 33mentioned parameters. D IN 37D IN 37 is an option. +10 V 502 1.686BB031A IN 53D IN A IN 54COM 55D IN A OUT 42COM39011R0203042 R0506 - Table 6.9 RS-485 Network Connection 32 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. MG11AK02 Function Setting 121-90 Motor [2] 13Thermal Thermistor 18Protection trip 191-93 Thermistor 20Source 27293233505354554239 U - I A53[1] Analog COM input 53 * = Default Value D IN D IN Notes/comments: D IN If only a warning is desired, D IN 37 1-90 Motor Thermal Protection +10 V A IN should be set to [1] Thermistor warning. A IN D IN 37 is an option. COM RS-485 A OUT 6168+ COM 69 Table 6.10 Motor Thermistor Diagnostics and Troubleshoo... Operating Instructions 7 Diagnostics and Troubleshooting This chapter includes maintenance and service guidelines, Hand On The frequency converter is controlled by the status messages, warnings and alarms and basic trouble- navigation keys on the LCP. Stop commands, shooting. reset, reversing, DC brake, and other signals 7.1 Maintenance and Service applied to the control terminals override local control. Under normal operating conditions and load profiles, the frequency converter is maintenance-free throughout its Table 7.1 Operation Mode designed lifetime. To prevent breakdown, danger, and damage, examine the frequency converter at regular Remote intervals depending on the operating conditions. Replace worn or damaged parts with original spare parts or standard parts. For service and support, refer to Local danfoss.com/contact/sales_and_services/. The speed reference is given from external signals, serial communication, or internal preset references. The frequency converter uses [Hand On] control or reference values from the LCP. 7.2 Status Messages Table 7.2 Reference Site When the frequency converter is in status mode, status AC Brake AC Brake was selected in 2-10 Brake Function. messages are generated automatically and appear in the The AC brake over-magnetises the motor to bottom line of the display (see Illustration 7.1). achieve a controlled slow-down. AMA finish OK Automatic motor adaptation (AMA) was Status 799RPM 7.83A 0.000 53.2% 36.4kW 1 1.730BB031carried out successfully. AMA ready AMA is ready to start. Press [Hand On] to start. AMA running AMA process is in progress. Braking The brake chopper is in operation. Generative energy is absorbed by the brake resistor. Braking max. The brake chopper is in operation. The power limit for the brake resistor defined in 2-12 Brake Power Limit (kW) has been reached. Coast • Coast inverse was selected as a function for a digital input (parameter group 5-1* Digital Inputs). The corresponding terminal 1 2 3 is not connected. • Coast activated by serial communication 1 Operation mode (see Table 7.1) Ctrl. Ramp-down Control Ramp-down was selected in 2 Reference site (see Table 7.2) 14-10 Mains Failure. 3 Operation status (see Table 7.3) • The mains voltage is below the value set in 14-11 Mains Voltage at Mains Fault at Illustration 7.1 Status Display mains fault • The frequency converter ramps down the motor using a controlled ramp down Table 7.1 to Table 7.3 describe the displayed status messages. Current High The frequency converter output current is above the limit set in 4-51 Warning Current High. Off The frequency converter does not react to any Current Low The frequency converter output current is control signal until [Auto On] or [Hand On] is below the limit set in 4-52 Warning Speed Low pressed. DC Hold DC hold is selected in 1-80 Function at Stop Auto On The frequency converter is controlled from the and a stop command is active. The motor is control terminals and/or the serial communi- held by a DC current set in 2-00 DC Hold/ cation. Preheat Current. MG11AK02 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. 33 1(1) Auto Hand Off Remote Local Ramping Stop Running Jogging ...Stand by 7 7 77 Diagnostics and Troubleshoo... Operating Instructions DC Stop The motor is held with a DC current (2-01 DC Motor check In 1-80 Function at Stop, Motor Check was Brake Current) for a specified time (2-02 DC selected. A stop command is active. To ensure Braking Time). that a motor is connected to the frequency • DC Brake is activated in 2-03 DC Brake Cut converter, a permanent test current is applied In Speed [RPM] and a stop command is to the motor. active. OVC control Overvoltage control was activated in 2-17 Over- • DC Brake (inverse) is selected as a function for a digital input (parameter group 5-1* 34 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. MG11AK02 voltage Control, [2] Enabled. The connected motor supplies the frequency converter with Digital Inputs). The corresponding terminal generative energy. The overvoltage control is not active. adjusts the V/Hz ratio to run the motor in • The DC Brake is activated via serial communication. controlled mode and to prevent the frequency converter from tripping. PowerUnit Off (Only frequency converters with an external Feedback high The sum of all active feedbacks is above the 24 V power supply installed). feedback limit set in 4-57 Warning Feedback Mains supply to the frequency converter was High. removed, and the control card is supplied by Feedback low The sum of all active feedbacks is below the the external 24 V. feedback limit set in 4-56 Warning Feedback Protection md Protection mode is active. The unit has Low. detected a critical status (overcurrent or Freeze output The remote reference is active, which holds overvoltage). the present speed. • To avoid tripping, switching frequency is • Freeze output was selected as a function reduced to 4 kHz. for a digital input (parameter group 5-1* Digital Inputs). The corresponding terminal • If possible, protection mode ends after approximately 10 s. is active. Speed control is only possible via the terminal functions Speed Up and • Protection mode can be restricted in Speed Down. 14-26 Trip Delay at Inverter Fault. • Hold ramp is activated via serial communi- QStop cation. Freeze output The motor is decelerating using 3-81 Quick Stop Ramp Time. A freeze output command was given, but the • Quick stop inverse was selected as a function for a digital input (parameter request motor remains stopped until a run permissive group 5-1* Digital Inputs). The signal is received. corresponding terminal is not active. Freeze ref. Freeze Reference was selected as a function for a digital input (parameter group 5-1* Digital Inputs). The corresponding terminal is active. • The quick stop function was activated via serial communication. The frequency converter saves the actual Ramping The motor is accelerating/decelerating using reference. Changing the reference is now only the active Ramp Up/Down. The reference, a possible via terminal functions Speed Up and limit value, or a standstill is not yet reached. Speed Down. Ref. high The sum of all active references is above the Jog request A jog command was given, but the motor reference limit set in 4-55 Warning Reference remains stopped until a run permissive signal High. is received via a digital input. Ref. low The sum of all active references is below the Jogging The motor is running as programmed in reference limit set in 4-54 Warning Reference 3-19 Jog Speed [RPM]. Low. • Jog was selected as function for a digital Run on ref. The frequency converter is running in the input (parameter group 5-1* Digital Inputs). reference range. The feedback value matches The corresponding terminal (e.g. Terminal the setpoint value. 29) is active. Run request A start command was given, but the motor • The Jog function is activated via the serial remains stopped until a run permissive signal communication. is received via digital input. • The Jog function was selected as a reaction for a monitoring function (e.g. No signal). The monitoring function is active. Running The motor is driven by the frequency converter. Sleep Mode The energy-saving function is enabled. The motor has stopped, but restarts automatically when required. Diagnostics and Troubleshoo... Operating Instructions Resetting the frequency converter after trip/trip lock A trip can be reset in any of 4 ways: • Press [Reset] on the LCP • Digital reset input command • Serial communication reset input command • Auto reset Trip lock Input power is cycled. The motor coasts to a stop. The frequency converter continues to monitor the frequency converter status. Remove input power to the frequency converter, correct the cause of the fault, and reset the frequency converter. Warning and Alarm Displays • A warning is displayed in the LCP along with the warning number. • An alarm flashes along with the alarm number. Status 0.0Hz 0.000kW 0.0Hz 0 Speed high Motor speed is above the value set in 4-53 Warning Speed High. Speed low Motor speed is below the value set in 4-52 Warning Speed Low. Standby In Auto On mode, the frequency converter starts the motor with a start signal from a digital input or serial communication. Start delay In 1-71 Start Delay, a delay starting time was set. A start command is activated and the motor starts after the start delay time expires. Start fwd/rev Start forward and start reverse were selected as functions for 2 different digital inputs (parameter group 5-1* Digital Inputs). The motor starts in forward or reverse depending on which corresponding terminal is activated. Stop The frequency converter has received a stop command from the LCP, digital input, or serial communication. Trip An alarm occurred and the motor is stopped. Once the cause of the alarm is cleared, the frequency converter can be reset manually by 0.00A pressing [Reset] or remotely by control terminals or serial communication. 1(1) 1 1.680PB031Trip lock An alarm occurred and the motor is stopped. Once the cause of the alarm is cleared, power Earth Fault [A14] must be cycled to the frequency converter. Auto Remote Trip The frequency converter can then be reset manually by pressing [Reset] or remotely by Illustration 7.2 Alarm Display Example control terminals or serial communication. Table 7.3 Operation Status In addition to the text and alarm code in the LCP, there NOTICE are 3 status indicator lights. In auto/remote mode, the frequency converter requires external commands to execute functions. 7.3 Warning and Alarm Types Back Cancel Warnings InfA warning is issued when an alarm condition is impending OnOK o or when an abnormal operating condition is present and may result in the frequency converter issuing an alarm. A warning clears by itself when the abnormal condition is Alarm removed. Alarms Trip An alarm is issued when the frequency converter is tripped, which means that the frequency converter suspends operation to prevent frequency converter or system damage. The motor coasts to a stop. The frequency converter logic continues to operate and monitor the frequency converter status. After the fault condition is remedied, the frequency converter can be reset. It is then ready to start operation again. MG11AK02 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. 35 2 1 1.764BB031Warn. Warning LED Alarm LED Warning On Off Alarm Off On (Flashing) Trip-Lock On On (Flashing) Illustration 7.3 Status Indicator Lights 7 7 77 Diagnostics and Troubleshoo... Operating Instructions 7.4 List of Warnings and Alarms Troubleshooting • Connect a brake resistor The warning/alarm information below defines each warning/alarm condition, provides the probable cause for the condition, and details a remedy or troubleshooting • Extend the ramp time • Change the ramp type procedure. • Activate the functions in 2-10 Brake Function WARNING 1, 10 Volts low The control card voltage is below 10 V from terminal 50. Remove some of the load from terminal 50, as the 10 V supply is overloaded. Max. 15 mA or minimum 590 Ω. • Increase 14-26 Trip Delay at Inverter Fault • If the alarm/warning occurs during a power sag, use kinetic back-up (14-10 Mains Failure) A short circuit in a connected potentiometer or improper wiring of the potentiometer can cause this condition. WARNING/ALARM 8, DC under voltage If the DC-link voltage drops below the undervoltage limit, the frequency converter checks if a 24 V DC backup supply Troubleshooting • Remove the wiring from terminal 50. If the is connected. If no 24 V DC backup supply is connected, the frequency converter trips after a fixed time delay. The warning clears, the problem is with the wiring. If time delay varies with unit size. the warning does not clear, replace the control card. WARNING/ALARM 2, Live zero error Troubleshooting • Check that the supply voltage matches the frequency converter voltage. This warning or alarm only appears if programmed in 6-01 Live Zero Timeout Function. The signal on one of the analog inputs is less than 50% of the minimum value • Perform input voltage test. • Perform soft charge circuit test. programmed for that input. Broken wiring or faulty device sending the signal can cause this condition. WARNING/ALARM 9, Inverter overload The frequency converter is about to cut out because of an Troubleshooting overload (too high current for too long). The counter for • Check connections on all the analog input electronic, thermal inverter protection issues a warning at terminals. Control card terminals 53 and 54 for 98% and trips at 100%, while giving an alarm. The signals, terminal 55 common. MCB 101 terminals frequency converter cannot be reset until the counter is 11 and 12 for signals, terminal 10 common. below 90%. MCB 109 terminals 1, 3, 5 for signals, terminals 2, The fault is that the frequency converter has run with 4, 6 common. more than 100% overload for too long. • Check that the frequency converter programming and switch settings match the analog signal type. Troubleshooting • Compare the output current shown on the LCP • Perform input terminal signal test. WARNING/ALARM 4, Mains phase loss with the frequency converter rated current. • Compare the output current shown on the LCP with measured motor current. A phase is missing on the supply side, or the mains voltage imbalance is too high. This message also appears for a fault in the input rectifier on the frequency converter. Options are programmed at 14-12 Function at Mains Imbalance. • Display the thermal drive load on the LCP and monitor the value. When running above the frequency converter continuous current rating, the counter increases. When running below the frequency converter continuous current rating, Troubleshooting • Check the supply voltage and supply currents to the frequency converter. the counter decreases. WARNING/ALARM 10, Motor overload temperature According to the electronic thermal protection (ETR), the WARNING 5, DC link voltage high motor is too hot. Select whether the frequency converter The intermediate circuit voltage (DC) is higher than the issues a warning or an alarm when the counter reaches high-voltage warning limit. The limit is dependent on the 100% in 1-90 Motor Thermal Protection. The fault occurs frequency converter voltage rating. The unit is still active. when the motor runs with more than 100% overload for WARNING 6, DC link voltage low too long. The intermediate circuit voltage (DC) is lower than the low- Troubleshooting voltage warning limit. The limit is dependent on the frequency converter voltage rating. The unit is still active. WARNING/ALARM 7, DC overvoltage If the intermediate circuit voltage exceeds the limit, the frequency converter trips after a time. • Check for motor overheating. • Check if the motor is mechanically overloaded • Check that the motor current set in 1-24 Motor Current is correct. 36 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. MG11AK02 Diagnostics and Troubleshoo... Operating Instructions • Ensure that Motor data in parameters 1-20 to 1-25 are set correctly. Troubleshooting • Remove power and check if the motor shaft can • If an external fan is in use, check in 1-91 Motor External Fan that it is selected. be turned. • Check that the motor size matches the frequency • Running AMA in 1-29 Automatic Motor Adaptation (AMA) tunes the frequency converter to the converter. • Check parameters 1-20 to 1-25 for correct motor motor more accurately and reduces thermal data. loading. ALARM 14, Earth (ground) fault WARNING/ALARM 11, Motor thermistor over temp There is current from the output phases to ground, either Check whether the thermistor is disconnected. Select in the cable between the frequency converter and the whether the frequency converter issues a warning or an motor or in the motor itself. alarm in 1-90 Motor Thermal Protection. Troubleshooting Troubleshooting • Check for motor overheating. • Remove power to the frequency converter and repair the ground fault. • Check if the motor is mechanically overloaded. • Check for ground faults in the motor by • When using terminal 53 or 54, check that the thermistor is connected correctly between either measuring the resistance to ground of the motor leads and the motor with a megohmmeter. terminal 53 or 54 (analog voltage input) and ALARM 15, Hardware mismatch terminal 50 (+10 V supply). Also check that the A fitted option is not operational with the present control terminal switch for 53 or 54 is set for voltage. board hardware or software. Check 1-93 Thermistor Source selects terminal 53 or 54. Record the value of the following parameters and contact Danfoss: • When using digital inputs 18 or 19, check that the thermistor is connected correctly between either terminal 18 or 19 (digital input PNP only) • 15-40 FC Type • 15-41 Power Section and terminal 50. Check 1-93 Thermistor Source • 15-42 Voltage selects terminal 18 or 19. • 15-43 Software Version WARNING/ALARM 12, Torque limit • 15-45 Actual Typecode String The torque has exceeded the value in 4-16 Torque Limit • 15-49 SW ID Control Card Motor Mode or the value in 4-17 Torque Limit Generator Mode. 14-25 Trip Delay at Torque Limit can change this warning from a warning-only condition to a warning • 15-50 SW ID Power Card • 15-60 Option Mounted followed by an alarm. • 15-61 Option SW Version (for each option slot) Troubleshooting • If the motor torque limit is exceeded during ramp ALARM 16, Short circuit There is short-circuiting in the motor or motor wiring. up, extend the ramp up time. • If the generator torque limit is exceeded during ramp down, extend the ramp down time. Troubleshooting • Remove power to the frequency converter and repair the short circuit. • If torque limit occurs while running, possibly WARNING/ALARM 17, Control word timeout increase the torque limit. Make sure that the There is no communication to the frequency converter. system can operate safely at a higher torque. The warning is only active when 8-04 Control Timeout • Check the application for excessive current draw on the motor. Function is NOT set to [0] Off. If 8-04 Control Timeout Function is set to [5] Stop and Trip, a WARNING/ALARM 13, Over current The inverter peak current limit (approximately 200% of the warning appears and the frequency converter ramps down until it stops then displays an alarm. rated current) is exceeded. The warning lasts about 1.5 s, then the frequency converter trips and issues an alarm. Troubleshooting • Check connections on the serial communication Shock loading or quick acceleration with high inertia loads cable. can cause this fault. If the acceleration during ramp up is quick, the fault can also appear after kinetic back-up. If extended mechanical brake control is selected, trip can be reset externally. • Increase 8-03 Control Timeout Time. • Check the operation of the communication equipment. MG11AK02 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. 37 7 7 77 Diagnostics and Troubleshoo... Operating Instructions • Verify a proper installation based on EMC circuited, substantial power is transmitted to the brake requirements. resistor, even if it is inactive. ALARM 18, Start failed Troubleshooting The speed has not been able to exceed 1-77 Compressor • Remove power to the frequency converter and Start Max Speed [RPM] during start within the allowed time. remove the brake resistor. (set in 1-79 Compressor Start Max Time to Trip.)This may be caused by a blocked motor. WARNING/ALARM 28, Brake check failed The brake resistor is not connected or not working. WARNING 23, Internal fan fault Check 2-15 Brake Check. The fan warning function is an extra protective function that checks if the fan is running/mounted. The fan warning can be disabled in 14-53 Fan Monitor ([0] Disabled). ALARM 29, Heat Sink temp The maximum temperature of the heat sink has been exceeded. The temperature fault does not reset until the For the D, E, and F-frame filters, the regulated voltage to temperature falls below a defined heatsink temperature. the fans is monitored. The trip and reset points are different based on the Troubleshooting frequency converter power size. • Check for proper fan operation. Troubleshooting • Cycle power to the frequency converter and check that the fan operates briefly at start-up. Check for the following conditions. • Ambient temperature too high. • Check the sensors on the heat sink and control card. • Motor cable too long. • Incorrect airflow clearance above and below the WARNING 24, External fan fault frequency converter. The fan warning function is an extra protective function • Blocked airflow around the frequency converter. that checks if the fan is running/mounted. The fan warning can be disabled in 14-53 Fan Monitor ([0] Disabled). Troubleshooting • Check for proper fan operation. • Cycle power to the frequency converter and check that the fan operates briefly at start-up. • Damaged heatsink fan. • Dirty heat sink. ALARM 30, Motor phase U missing Motor phase U between the frequency converter and the motor is missing. • Check the sensors on the heat sink and control card. Remove power from the frequency converter and check motor phase U. WARNING 25, Brake resistor short circuit The brake resistor is monitored during operation. If a short circuit occurs, the brake function is disabled and the warning appears. The frequency converter is still operational, but without the brake function. ALARM 31, Motor phase V missing Motor phase V between the frequency converter and the motor is missing. Remove power from the frequency converter and check motor phase V. Troubleshooting • Remove power to the frequency converter and replace the brake resistor (see 2-15 Brake Check). ALARM 32, Motor phase W missing Motor phase W between the frequency converter and the motor is missing. WARNING/ALARM 26, Brake resistor power limit The power transmitted to the brake resistor is calculated as Remove power from the frequency converter and check motor phase W. a mean value over the last 120 s of run time. The ALARM 33, Inrush fault calculation is based on the intermediate circuit voltage and Too many power-ups have occurred within a short time the brake resistance value set in 2-16 AC brake Max. period. Let the unit cool to operating temperature. Current. The warning is active when the dissipated braking power is higher than 90% of the brake resistance power. If [2] Trip is selected in 2-13 Brake Power Monitoring, the frequency converter trips when the dissipated braking WARNING/ALARM 34, Fieldbus communication fault The fieldbus on the communication option card is not working. power reaches 100%. WARNING/ALARM 36, Mains failure WARNING/ALARM 27, Brake chopper fault The brake transistor is monitored during operation and if a short circuit occurs, the brake function is disabled and a warning is issued. The frequency converter is still This warning/alarm is only active if the supply voltage to the frequency converter is lost and 14-10 Mains Failure is not set to [0] No Function. Check the fuses to the frequency converter and mains supply to the unit. operational but, since the brake transistor has short- 38 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. MG11AK02 Diagnostics and Troubleshoo... Operating Instructions ALARM 38, Internal fault WARNING 42, Overload of digital output on X30/6 or When an internal fault occurs, a code number defined in overload of digital output on X30/7 Table 7.4 is displayed. For X30/6, check the load connected to X30/6 or remove Troubleshooting • Cycle power MG11AK02 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. 39 the short-circuit connection. Check 5-32 Term X30/6 Digi Out (MCB 101). • Check that the option is properly installed • Check for loose or missing wiring For X30/7, check the load connected to X30/7 or remove the short-circuit connection. Check 5-33 Term X30/7 Digi Out (MCB 101). It may be necessary to contact your Danfoss supplier or service department. Note the code number for further troubleshooting directions. ALARM 45, Earth fault 2 Ground fault. Troubleshooting No. Text • Check for proper grounding and loose 0 Serial port cannot be initialised. Contact your connections. Danfoss supplier or Danfoss Service Department. • Check for proper wire size. 256-258 Power EEPROM data is defective or too old. Replace power card. 512-519 Internal fault. Contact your Danfoss supplier or • Check motor cables for short-circuits or leakage currents. Danfoss Service Department. ALARM 46, Power card supply 783 Parameter value outside of min/max limits The supply on the power card is out of range. 1024-1284 Internal fault. Contact your Danfoss supplier or the There are 3 power supplies generated by the switch mode Danfoss Service Department. power supply (SMPS) on the power card: 24 V, 5 V, ±18 V. 1299 Option SW in slot A is too old When powered with 24 V DC with the MCB 107 option, 1300 Option SW in slot B is too old only the 24 V and 5 V supplies are monitored. When 1315 Option SW in slot A is not supported (not allowed) powered with 3-phase mains voltage, all 3 supplies are 1316 Option SW in slot B is not supported (not allowed) monitored. 1379-2819 Internal fault. Contact your Danfoss supplier or Troubleshooting Danfoss Service Department. • Check for a defective power card. 2561 Replace control card 2820 LCP stack overflow 2821 Serial port overflow • Check for a defective control card. • Check for a defective option card. 2822 USB port overflow • If a 24 V DC power supply is used, verify proper 3072-5122 Parameter value is outside its limits supply power. 5123 Option in slot A: Hardware incompatible with control board hardware WARNING 47, 24 V supply low The 24 V DC is measured on the control card. This alarm 5124 Option in slot B: Hardware incompatible with arises when the detected voltage of terminal 12 is lower control board hardware than 18 V. 5376-6231 Internal fault. Contact your Danfoss supplier or Danfoss Service Department. Troubleshooting • Check for a defective control card. Table 7.4 Internal Fault Codes WARNING 48, 1.8 V supply low The 1.8 V DC supply used on the control card is outside of ALARM 39, Heat Sink sensor allowable limits. The power supply is measured on the No feedback from the heat sink temperature sensor. control card. Check for a defective control card. If an The signal from the IGBT thermal sensor is not available on option card is present, check for an overvoltage condition. the power card. The problem could be on the power card, WARNING 49, Speed limit on the gate drive card, or the ribbon cable between the When the speed is not within the specified range in power card and gate drive card. 4-11 Motor Speed Low Limit [RPM] and 4-13 Motor Speed WARNING 40, Overload of digital output terminal 27 High Limit [RPM], the frequency converter shows a warning. Check the load connected to terminal 27 or remove short- When the speed is below the specified limit in 1-86 Trip circuit connection. Check 5-00 Digital I/O Mode and Speed Low [RPM] (except when starting or stopping), the 5-01 Terminal 27 Mode. frequency converter trips. WARNING 41, Overload of digital output terminal 29 ALARM 50, AMA calibration failed Check the load connected to terminal 29 or remove short- Contact Danfoss supplier or Danfoss service department. circuit connection. Check 5-00 Digital I/O Mode and 5-02 Terminal 29 Mode. 7 7 77 Diagnostics and Troubleshoo... Operating Instructions ALARM 51, AMA check Unom and Inom Increase the ambient temperature of the unit. Also, a The settings for motor voltage, motor current and motor trickle amount of current can be supplied to the frequency power are wrong. Check the settings in parameters 1-20 to converter whenever the motor is stopped by setting 1-25. 2-00 DC Hold/Preheat Current at 5% and 1-80 Function at ALARM 52, AMA low Inom Stop. The motor current is too low. Check the settings. ALARM 67, Option module configuration has changed ALARM 53, AMA motor too big The motor is too big for the AMA to operate. One or more options have either been added or removed since the last power-down. Check that the configuration change is intentional and reset the unit. ALARM 54, AMA motor too small The motor is too small for the AMA to operate. ALARM 68, Safe Stop activated Safe Torque Off has been activated. To resume normal ALARM 55, AMA parameter out of range operation, apply 24 V DC to terminal 37, then send a reset The parameter values of the motor are outside of the signal (via bus, digital I/O, or by pressing [Reset]). acceptable range. AMA cannot run. ALARM 69, Power card temperature ALARM 56, AMA interrupted by user The temperature sensor on the power card is either too The user has interrupted the AMA. hot or too cold. ALARM 57, AMA internal fault Troubleshooting Try to restart AMA again. Repeated restarts can over heat the motor. • Check that the ambient operating temperature is within limits. ALARM 58, AMA Internal fault Contact the Danfoss supplier. WARNING 59, Current limit The current is higher than the value in 4-18 Current Limit. • Check for clogged filters. • Check fan operation. • Check the power card. Ensure that motor data in parameters 1–20 to 1–25 are set ALARM 70, Illegal FC configuration correctly. Possibly increase the current limit. Be sure that The control card and power card are incompatible. To the system can operate safely at a higher limit. check compatibility, contact the Danfoss supplier with the WARNING 60, External interlock A digital input signal is indicating a fault condition external type code of the unit from the nameplate and the part numbers of the cards. to the frequency converter. An external interlock has ALARM 80, Drive initialised to default value commanded the frequency converter to trip. Clear the Parameter settings are initialised to default settings after a external fault condition. To resume normal operation, manual reset. To clear the alarm, reset the unit. apply 24 V DC to the terminal programmed for external interlock. Reset the frequency converter. ALARM 92, No flow A no-flow condition has been detected in the system. WARNING 62, Output frequency at maximum limit 22-23 No-Flow Function is set for alarm. Troubleshoot the The output frequency has reached the value set in system and reset the frequency converter after the fault 4-19 Max Output Frequency. Check the application to has been cleared. determine the cause. Possibly increase the output frequency limit. Be sure the system can operate safely at a higher output frequency. The warning clears when the output drops below the maximum limit. ALARM 93, Dry pump A no-flow condition in the system with the frequency converter operating at high speed may indicate a dry pump. 22-26 Dry Pump Function is set for alarm. WARNING/ALARM 65, Control card over temperature Troubleshoot the system and reset the frequency converter The cut-out temperature of the control card is 80 °C. after the fault has been cleared. Troubleshooting ALARM 94, End of curve • Check that the ambient operating temperature is Feedback is lower than the set point. This may indicate within limits leakage in the system. 22-50 End of Curve Function is set for • Check for clogged filters • Check fan operation • Check the control card alarm. Troubleshoot the system and reset the frequency converter after the fault has been cleared. ALARM 95, Broken belt Torque is below the torque level set for no load, indicating WARNING 66, Heat sink temperature low a broken belt. 22-60 Broken Belt Function is set for alarm. The frequency converter is too cold to operate. This Troubleshoot the system and reset the frequency converter warning is based on the temperature sensor in the IGBT after the fault has been cleared. module. 40 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. MG11AK02 Diagnostics and Troubleshoo... Operating Instructions ALARM 96, Start delayed power to the unit to remove the warning. See the fire Motor start has been delayed due to short-cycle mode data in the alarm log. protection. 22-76 Interval between Starts is enabled. Troubleshoot the system and reset the frequency converter after the fault has been cleared. WARNING 203, Missing motor With a frequency converter operating multi-motors, an under-load condition was detected. This could indicate a WARNING 97, Stop delayed missing motor. Inspect the system for proper operation. Stopping the motor has been delayed due to short cycle protection. 22-76 Interval between Starts is enabled. Troubleshoot the system and reset the frequency converter after the fault has been cleared. MG11AK02 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. 41 WARNING 204, Locked rotor With a frequency converter operating multi-motors, an overload condition was detected. This could indicate a locked rotor. Inspect the motor for proper operation. WARNING 98, Clock fault Time is not set or the RTC clock has failed. Reset the clock in 0-70 Date and Time. WARNING 250, New spare part A component in the frequency converter has been replaced. Reset the frequency converter for normal WARNING 200, Fire mode operation. This warning indicates the frequency converter is operating in fire mode. The warning clears when fire mode is removed. See the fire mode data in the alarm log. WARNING 251, New typecode The power card or other components have been replaced and the typecode changed. Reset to remove the warning WARNING 201, Fire mode was active and resume normal operation. This indicates the frequency converter had entered fire mode. Cycle power to the unit to remove the warning. See the fire mode data in the alarm log. WARNING 202, Fire mode limits exceeded While operating in fire mode one or more alarm conditions have been ignored which would normally trip the unit. Operating in this condition voids unit warranty. Cycle 7.5 Troubleshooting Symptom Possible cause Test Solution Display dark/No function Missing input power See Table 4.5 Check the input power source. Missing or open fuses or circuit breaker tripped See open fuses and tripped circuit breaker Follow the recommendations provided. in this table for possible causes. No power to the LCP Check the LCP cable for proper connection or damage. Replace the faulty LCP or connection cable. Shortcut on control voltage (terminal 12 or 50) or at control terminals Wire the terminals properly. Incompatible LCP (LCP from VLT® 2800 or 5000/6000/8000/ FCD or FCM) Check the 24 V control voltage supply for terminals 12/13 to 20-39 or 10 V supply for terminals 50 to 55. Use only LCP 101 (P/N 130B1124) or LCP 102 (P/N 130B1107). Wrong contrast setting Press [Status] + [▲]/[▼] to adjust the contrast. Display (LCP) is defective Test using a different LCP. Replace the faulty LCP or connection cable. Internal voltage supply fault or SMPS is defective Contact supplier. Intermittent display Overloaded power supply To rule out a problem in the control wiring, If the display stays lit, then the problem is (SMPS) due to improper control disconnect all control wiring by removing in the control wiring. Check the wiring for wiring or a fault within the the terminal blocks. short circuits or incorrect connections. If frequency converter the display continues to cut out, follow the procedure for display dark. 7 7 77 Diagnostics and Troubleshoo... Operating Instructions Symptom Possible cause Test Solution Motor not running 42 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. MG11AK02 Service switch open or missing motor connection Check if the motor is connected and the connection is not interrupted (by a service switch or other device). Connect the motor and check the service switch. No mains power with 24 V DC option card If the display is functioning but no output, check that mains power is applied to the frequency converter. Apply mains power to run the unit. LCP Stop Check if [Off] has been pressed. Press [Auto On] or [Hand On] (depending on operation mode) to run the motor. Missing start signal (Standby) Check 5-10 Terminal 18 Digital Input for correct setting for terminal 18 (use default setting). Apply a valid start signal to start the motor. Motor coast signal active (Coasting) Check 5-12 Coast inv. for correct setting for terminal 27 (use default setting).. Apply 24 V on terminal 27 or program this terminal to No operation. Wrong reference signal source Check reference signal: Local, remote or bus reference? Preset reference active? Terminal connection correct? Scaling of terminals correct? Reference signal available? Program correct settings. Check 3-13 Reference Site. Set preset reference active in parameter group 3-1* References. Check for correct wiring. Check scaling of terminals. Check reference signal. AIC not running Check the following for current: • 2-70 AIC L1 Current • 2-71 AIC L2 Current • 2-72 AIC L3 Current Troubleshoot the AIC (Active In- Converter).<<More info here>> Motor running in wrong direction Motor rotation limit Check that 4-10 Motor Speed Direction is programmed correctly. Program correct settings. Active reversing signal Check if a reversing command is programmed for the terminal in parameter group 5-1* Digital inputs.. Deactivate reversing signal. Wrong motor phase connection See chapter 5.5 Checking Motor Rotation. Motor is not reaching maximum speed Frequency limits set wrong Check output limits in 4-13 Motor Speed High Limit [RPM], 4-14 Motor Speed High Limit [Hz] and 4-19 Max Output Frequency. Program correct limits. Reference input signal not scaled correctly Check reference input signal scaling in 6-0* Analog I/O Mode and parameter group 3-1* References. Reference limits in parameter group 3-0* Reference Limit. Program correct settings. Motor speed unstable Possible incorrect parameter settings Check the settings of all motor parameters, including all motor compensation settings. For closed-loop operation, check PID settings. Check settings in parameter group 1-6* Load Depen.Setting. For closed-loop operation, check settings in parameter group 20-0* Feedback. Motor runs rough Possible over-magnetisation Check for incorrect motor settings in all motor parameters. Check motor settings in parameter groups 1-2* Motor Data, 1-3* Adv Motor Data, and 1-5* Load Indep. Setting.. Motor will not brake Possible incorrect settings in the brake parameters. Possible too short ramp-down times Check brake parameters. Check ramp-time settings. Check parameter group 2-0* DC Brake and 3-0* Reference Limits. Diagnostics and Troubleshoo... Operating Instructions Symptom Possible cause Test Solution Open power fuses or circuit breaker trip MG11AK02 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. 43 Phase to phase short Motor or panel has a short phase to phase. Check motor and panel phase for shorts. Eliminate any short circuits detected. Motor overload Motor is overloaded for the application. Perform startup test and verify motor current is within specifications. If motor current is exceeding nameplate full load current, motor may run only with reduced load. Review the specifications for the application. Loose connections Perform pre-startup check for loose connections Tighten loose connections. Mains current imbalance greater than 3% Problem with mains power (See Alarm 4 Mains phase loss description) Rotate input power leads into the frequency converter 1 position: A to B, B to C, C to A. If imbalanced leg follows the wire, it is a power problem. Check mains power supply. Problem with the frequency converter Rotate input power leads into the frequency converter 1 position: A to B, B to C, C to A. If imbalance leg stays on same input terminal, it is a problem with the unit. Contact the supplier. Motor current imbalance greater than 3% Problem with motor or motor wiring Rotate output motor leads 1 position: U to V, V to W, W to U. If imbalanced leg follows the wire, the problem is in the motor or motor wiring. Check motor and motor wiring. Problem with the frequency converters Rotate output motor leads 1 position: U to V, V to W, W to U. If imbalance leg stays on same output terminal, it is a problem with the unit. Contact the supplier. Frequency converter acceleration problems Motor data are entered incorrectly If warnings or alarms occur, see chapter 7.4 List of Warnings and Alarms Check that motor data are entered correctly Increase the ramp-up time in 3-41 Ramp 1 Ramp Up Time. Increase current limit in 4-18 Current Limit. Increase torque limit in 4-16 Torque Limit Motor Mode. Frequency converter deceleration problems Motor data are entered incorrectly If warnings or alarms occur, see chapter 7.4 List of Warnings and Alarms Check that motor data are entered correctly Increase the ramp-down time in 3-42 Ramp 1 Ramp Down Time. Enable overvoltage control in 2-17 Over-voltage Control. Acoustic noise or vibration (e.g. a fan blade is making noise or vibrations at certain frequencies) Bypass critical frequencies by using parameters in parameter group 4-6* Speed Bypass. Resonances, e.g. in the motor/fan system Turn off over-modulation in 14-03 Overmo- dulation. Change switching pattern and frequency in Check if noise and/or vibration have been reduced to an acceptable limit. parameter group 14-0* Inverter Switching. Increase Resonance Dampening in 1-64 Resonance Dampening. Table 7.5 Troubleshooting 7 7 88 Specifications Operating Instructions 8 Specifications 8.1 Electrical Data 8.1.1 Mains Supply 3x200-240 V AC Type Designation P1K1 P1K5 P2K2 P3K0 P3K7 Typical Shaft Output [kW] 1.1 1.5 2.2 3.0 3.7 Typical Shaft Output [HP] at 208 V 1.5 2.0 2.9 4.0 4.9 IP20/Chassis6) A2 A2 A2 A3 A3 IP55/Type 12 A4/A5 A4/A5 A4/A5 A5 A5 IP66/NEMA 4X A4/A5 A4/A5 A4/A5 A5 A5 Output current Continuous (3x200-240 V) [A] 6.6 7.5 10.6 12.5 16.7 Intermittent (3x200-240 V) [A] 7.3 8.3 11.7 13.8 18.4 Continuous kVA (208 V AC) [kVA] 2.38 2.70 3.82 4.50 6.00 Max. input current Continuous (3x200-240 V) [A] 5.9 6.8 9.5 11.3 15.0 Intermittent (3x200-240 V) [A] 6.5 7.5 10.5 12.4 16.5 Additional specifications Estimated power loss at rated max. load [W]4) 63 82 116 155 185 IP20, IP21 max. cable cross-section (mains, motor, brake and load sharing) [mm2/(AWG)] 44 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. MG11AK02 4, 4, 4 (12, 12, 12) (min. 0.2 (24)) IP55, IP66 max. cable cross-section (mains, motor, brake and load sharing) [mm2/(AWG)] 4, 4, 4 (12, 12, 12) Max. cable cross-section with disconnect 6, 4, 4 (10, 12, 12) Efficiency3) 0.96 0.96 0.96 0.96 0.96 Table 8.1 Mains Supply 3x200-240 V AC - Normal overload 110% for 1 minute, P1K1-P3K7 Specifications Operating Instructions MG11AK02 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. 45 8 8 88 Specifications Operating Instructions 8.1.2 Mains Supply 3x380-480 V AC Type Designation P1K1 P1K5 P2K2 P3K0 P4K0 P5K5 P7K5 Typical Shaft Output [kW] 1.1 1.5 2.2 3.0 4.0 5.5 7.5 Typical Shaft Output [HP] at 460 V 1.5 2.0 2.9 4.0 5.0 7.5 10 IP20/Chassis6) A2 A2 A2 A2 A2 A3 A3 IP55/Type 12 A4/A5 A4/A5 A4/A5 A4/A5 A4/A5 A5 A5 IP66/NEMA 4X A4/A5 A4/A5 A4/A5 A4/A5 A4/A5 A5 A5 Output current Continuous (3x380-440 V) [A] 3 4.1 5.6 7.2 10 13 16 Intermittent (3x380-440 V) [A] 3.3 4.5 6.2 7.9 11 14.3 17.6 Continuous (3x441-480 V) [A] 2.7 3.4 4.8 6.3 8.2 11 14.5 Intermittent (3x441-480 V) [A] 3.0 3.7 5.3 6.9 9.0 12.1 15.4 Continuous kVA (400 V AC) [kVA] 2.1 2.8 3.9 5.0 6.9 9.0 11.0 Continuous kVA (460 V AC) [kVA] 2.4 2.7 3.8 5.0 6.5 8.8 11.6 Max. input current Continuous (3x380-440 V) [A] 2.7 3.7 5.0 6.5 9.0 11.7 14.4 Intermittent (3x380-440 V) [A] 3.0 4.1 5.5 7.2 9.9 12.9 15.8 Continuous (3x441-480 V) [A] 2.7 3.1 4.3 5.7 7.4 9.9 13.0 Intermittent (3x441-480 V) [A] 3.0 3.4 4.7 6.3 8.1 10.9 14.3 Additional specifications Estimated power loss at rated max. load [W]4) 58 62 88 116 124 187 255 IP20, IP21 max. cable cross-section (mains, motor, brake and load sharing) [mm2/(AWG)]2) 46 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. MG11AK02 4, 4, 4 (12, 12, 12) (min. 0.2 (24)) IP55, IP66 max. cable cross-section (mains, motor, brake and load sharing) [mm2/(AWG)]2) 4, 4, 4 (12, 12, 12) Max. cable cross-section with disconnect 6, 4, 4 (10, 12, 12) Efficiency3) 0.96 0.97 0.97 0.97 0.97 0.97 0.97 Table 8.3 Mains Supply 3x380-480 V AC - Normal overload 110% for 1 minute, P1K1-P7K5 Specifications Operating Instructions MG11AK02 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. 47 8 8

88 Specifications Operating Instructions Type Designation P1K1 P1K5 P2K2 P3K0 P3K7 P4K0 P5K5 P7K5 Typical Shaft Output [kW] 1.1 1.5 2.2 3.0 3.7 4.0 5.5 7.5 IP20/Chassis A3 A3 A3 A3 A2 A3 A3 A3 IP21/NEMA 1 A3 A3 A3 A3 A2 A3 A3 A3 IP55/Type 12 A5 A5 A5 A5 A5 A5 A5 A5 IP66/NEMA 4X A5 A5 A5 A5 A5 A5 A5 A5 Output current Continuous (3x525-550 V) [A] 2.6 2.9 4.1 5.2 - 6.4 9.5 11.5 Intermittent (3x525-550 V) [A] 2.9 3.2 4.5 5.7 - 7.0 10.5 12.7 Continuous (3x525-600 V) [A] 2.4 2.7 3.9 4.9 - 6.1 9.0 11.0 Intermittent (3x525-600 V) [A] 2.6 3.0 4.3 5.4 - 6.7 9.9 12.1 Continuous kVA (525 V AC) [kVA] 2.5 2.8 3.9 5.0 - 6.1 9.0 11.0 Continuous kVA (575 V AC) [kVA] 2.4 2.7 3.9 4.9 - 6.1 9.0 11.0 Max. input current Continuous (3x525-600 V) [A] 2.4 2.7 4.1 5.2 - 5.8 8.6 10.4 Intermittent (3x525-600 V) [A] 2.7 3.0 4.5 5.7 - 6.4 9.5 11.5 Additional specifications Estimated power loss at rated max. load [W]4) 50 65 92 122 - 145 195 261 8.1.3 Mains Supply 3x525-600 V AC IP20 max. cable cross-section5) (mains, motor, brake and load sharing) [mm2/(AWG)] 4, 4, 4 (12, 12, 12) (min. 0.2 (24))

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IP55, IP 66 max. cable cross-section5) (mains, motor, brake and load sharing) [mm2/(AWG)] 4, 4, 4 (12, 12, 12) (min. 0.2 (24))

Max. cable cross-section with disconnect 6, 4, 4 (12, 12, 12) Mains disconnect switch included: 4/12 Efficiency3) 0.97 0.97 0.97 0.97 - 0.97 0.97 0.97 Table 8.5 Mains Supply 3x525-600 V AC - Normal overload 110% for 1 minute, P1K1-P7K5 Specifications Operating Instructions MG11AK02 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. 49 8 8

88 Specifications Operating Instructions Max. cable cross section5) (mains, motor, brake and load sharing) [mm2]/(AWG) 6, 4, 4 (10, 12, 12) (min. 0.2 (24)) 6, 4, 4 (10, 12, 12) (min. 0.2 (24))

8.1.4 Mains Supply 3x525-690 V AC Type Designation P1K1 P1K5 P2K2 P3K0 P4K0 P5K5 P7K5 Typical Shaft Output [kW] 1.1 1.5 2.2 3.0 4.0 5.5 7.5 Enclosure IP20 (only) A3 A3 A3 A3 A3 A3 A3 Output current Continuous (3x525-550 V) [A] 2.1 2.7 3.9 4.9 6.1 9.0 11 Intermittent (3x525-550 V) [A] 3.4 4.3 6.2 7.8 9.8 14.4 17.6 Continuous kVA (3x551-690 V) [A] 1.6 2.2 3.2 4.5 5.5 7.5 10 Intermittent kVA (3x551-690 V) [A] 2.6 3.5 5.1 7.2 8.8 12 16 Continuous kVA 525 V AC 1.9 2.5 3.5 4.5 5.5 8.2 10 Continuous kVA 690 V AC 1.9 2.6 3.8 5.4 6.6 9.0 12 Max. input current Continuous (3x525-550 V) [A] 1.9 2.4 3.5 4.4 5.5 8.0 10 Intermittent (3x525-550 V) [A] 3.0 3.9 5.6 7.1 8.8 13 16 Continuous kVA (3x551-690 V) [A] 1.4 2.0 2.9 4.0 4.9 6.7 9.0 Intermittent kVA (3x551-690 V) [A] 2.3 3.2 4.6 6.5 7.9 10.8 14.4 Additional specifications Estimated power loss at rated max. load [W]4) 44 60 88 120 160 220 300 50 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. MG11AK02 Max. cable cross-section with disconnect 6, 4, 4 (10, 12, 12) Efficiency3) 0.96 0.96 0.96 0.96 0.96 0.96 0.96 Table 8.7 Mains Supply 3x525-690 V AC - Normal overload 110% for 1 minute, P1K1-P7K5 Type Designation P11K P15K P18K P22K P30K High/Normal Load NO NO NO NO NO Typical Shaft Output at 550 V [kW] 7.5 11 15 18.5 22 Typical Shaft Output at 690 V [kW] 11 15 18.5 22 30 IP20/Chassis B4 B4 B4 B4 B4 IP21/NEMA 1 B2 B2 B2 B2 B2 IP55/NEMA 12 B2 B2 B2 B2 B2 Output current Continuous (3 x 525-550 V) [A] 14 19 23 28 36 Intermittent (60 s overload) (3 x 525-550 V) [A] 22.4 20.9 25.3 30.8 39.6 Continuous (3 x 551-690 V) [A] 13 18 22 27 34 Intermittent (60 s overload) (3 x 551-690 V) [A] 20.8 19.8 24.2 29.7 37.4 Continuous kVA (550 V AC) [kVA] 13.3 18.1 21.9 26.7 34.3 Continuous kVA (690 V AC) [kVA] 15.5 21.5 26.3 32.3 40.6 Max. input current Continuous (at 550 V) [A] 15 19.5 24 29 36 Intermittent (60 s overload) (at 550 V) [A] 23.2 21.5 26.4 31.9 39.6 Continuous (at 690 V) [A] 14.5 19.5 24 29 36 Intermittent (60 s overload) (at 690 V) [A] 23.2 21.5 26.4 31.9 39.6 Max. pre-fuses1) [A] 63 63 63 80 100 Additional specifications Estimated power loss at rated max. load [W]4) 150 220 300 370 440 Max. cable cross-section (mains/motor, load sharing and brake) [mm2]/(AWG)2) 35, 25, 25 (2, 4, 4) Max. cable size with mains disconnect [mm2]/(AWG) 2) 16, 10, 10 (6, 8, 8) Efficiency3) 0.98 0.98 0.98 0.98 0.98 Table 8.8 Mains Supply 3 x 525-690 V AC - Normal overload 110% for 1 minute, P11K-P30K

Specifications Operating Instructions Type Designation P37K P45K P55K P75K P90K High/Normal Load NO NO NO NO NO Typical Shaft Output at 550 V [kW] 30 37 45 55 75 Typical Shaft Output at 690 V [kW] 37 45 55 75 90 IP20/Chassis B4 C3 C3 D3h D3h IP21/NEMA 1 C2 C2 C2 C2 C2 IP55/NEMA 12 C2 C2 C2 C2 C2 Output current Continuous (3 x 525-550 V) [A] 43 54 65 87 105 Intermittent (60 s overload) (3 x 525-550 V) [A] 47.3 59.4 71.5 95.7 115.5 Continuous (3 x 551-690 V) [A] 41 52 62 83 100 Intermittent (60 s overload) (3 x 551-690 V) [A] 45.1 57.2 68.2 91.3 110 Continuous kVA (550 V AC) [kVA] 41 51.4 61.9 82.9 100 Continuous kVA (690 V AC) [kVA] 49 62.1 74.1 99.2 119.5 Max. input current Continuous (at 550 V) [A] 49 59 71 87 99 Intermittent (60 s overload) (at 550 V) [A] 53.9 64.9 78.1 95.7 108.9 Continuous (at 690 V) [A] 48 58 70 86 94.3 Intermittent (60 s overload) (at 690 V) [A] 52.8 63.8 77 94.6 112.7 Max. pre-fuses1) [A] 125 160 160 160 - Additional specifications Estimated power loss at rated max. load [W] 740 900 1100 1500 1800 Max. cable cross-section (mains and motor) [mm2]/(AWG)2) 150 (300 MCM) 8 8 Max. cable cross-section (load sharing and brake) [mm2]/(AWG)2) 95 (3/0) Max. cable size with mains disconnect [mm2]/(AWG)2) 95, 70, 70 (3/0, 2/0, 2/0) 185, 150, 120 (350 MCM, 300 MCM, 4/0)

MG11AK02 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. 51 Efficiency3) 0.98 0.98 0.98 0.98 0.98 Table 8.9 Mains Supply 3 x 525-690 V - Normal overload 110% for 1 minute, P37K-P90K 1) For type of fuse see chapter 8.8 Fuses and Circuit Breakers. 2) American Wire Gauge. 3) Measured using 5 m screened motor cables at rated load and rated frequency. 4) The typical power loss is at normal load conditions and expected to be within ±15% (tolerance relates to variety in voltage and cable conditions). Values are based on a typical motor efficiency. Lower efficiency motors will also add to the power loss in the frequency converter and vice versa. If the switching frequency is raised from nominal, the power losses may rise significantly. LCP and typical control card power consumptions are included. Further options and customer load may add up to 30 W to the losses. (Though typically only 4 W extra for a fully-loaded control card or options for slot A or slot B, each). Although measurements are made with state-of-the-art equipment, some measurement inaccuracy must be allowed for (±5%). 5) The three values for the max. cable cross section are for single core, flexible wire and flexible wire with sleeve, respectively. Motor and mains cable: 300 MCM/150 mm2. 6) A2+A3 may be converted to IP21 using a conversion kit. See also Mechanical mounting and IP21/Type 1 Enclosure kit in the Design Guide. 7) B3+4 and C3+4 may be converted to IP21 using a conversion kit. See also Mechanical mounting and IP21/Type 1 Enclosure kit in the Design Guide.

88 Specifications Operating Instructions The unit is suitable for use on a circuit capable of delivering not more than 100,000 RMS symmetrical Amperes, 240/500/600/690 V maximum.

8.2 Mains Supply Mains supply Supply Terminals L1, L2, L3 Supply voltage 200-240 V ±10% Supply voltage 380-480 V/525-600 V ±10% Supply voltage 525-690 V ±10% Mains voltage low/mains drop-out: During low mains voltage or a mains drop-out, the frequency converter continues until the intermediate circuit voltage drops below the minimum stop level, which corresponds typically to 15% below the frequency converter's lowest rated supply voltage. Power-up and full torque cannot be expected at mains voltage lower than 10% below the frequency converter's lowest rated supply voltage. Supply frequency 50/60 Hz ±5% Max. imbalance temporary between mains phases 3.0 % of rated supply voltage True Power Factor (λ) ≥ 0.9 nominal at rated load Displacement Power Factor (cos φ) near unity (> 0.98) Switching on input supply L1, L2, L3 (power-ups) ≤ 7.5 kW maximum 2 times/min. Switching on input supply L1, L2, L3 (power-ups) 11-90 kW maximum 1 time/min. Environment according to EN60664-1 overvoltage category III/pollution degree 2 8.3 Motor Output and Motor Data Motor output (U, V, W) Output voltage 0 - 100% of supply voltage Output frequency (1.1-90 kW) 0-5901) Hz Switching on output Unlimited Ramp times 1-3600 s 1) From software version 3.92 the output frequency of the frequency converter is limited to 590 Hz. Contact local Danfoss partner for further information. Torque characteristics Starting torque (Constant torque) maximum 110% for 60 s1) Starting torque maximum 135% up to 0.5 s1) Overload torque (Constant torque) maximum 110% for 60 s1) Starting torque (Variable torque) maximum 110% for 60 s1) Overload torque (Variable torque) maximum 110% for 60 s Torque rise time in VVC+ (independent of fsw) 10 ms 1) Percentage relates to the nominal torque. 2) The torque response time depends on application and load but as a general rule, the torque step from 0 to reference is 4-5 x torque rise time. 8.4 Ambient Conditions Environment IP rating IP00/Chassis, IP201)/Chassis, IP212)/Type 1, IP54/Type 12, IP55/Type 12, IP66/Type 4X Vibration test 1.0 g Max. relative humidity 5% - 93% (IEC 721-3-3; Class 3K3 (non-condensing) during operation Aggressive environment (IEC 60068-2-43) H2S test class Kd Ambient temperature3) Max. 50 °C (24-hour average maximum 45 °C) Minimum ambient temperature during full-scale operation 0 °C Minimum ambient temperature at reduced performance - 10 °C Temperature during storage/transport -25 to +65/70 °C 52 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. MG11AK02

Specifications Operating Instructions Maximum altitude above sea level without derating 1000 m Derating for high altitude, see special conditions in the Design Guide EMC standards, Emission EN 61800-3 EMC standards, Immunity EN 61800-3 See section on special conditions in the Design Guide. 1) Only for ≤ 3.7 kW (200-240 V), ≤ 7.5 kW (400-480 V) 2) As enclosure kit for ≤ 3.7 kW (200-240 V), ≤ 7.5 kW (400-480 V) 3) Derating for high ambient temperature, see special conditions in the Design Guide 8.5 Cable Specifications Cable lengths and cross-sections for control cables1) Max. motor cable length, screened 150 m Max. motor cable length, unscreened 300 m Maximum cross section to control terminals, flexible/ rigid wire without cable end sleeves 1.5 mm2/16 AWG Maximum cross section to control terminals, flexible wire with cable end sleeves 1 mm2/18 AWG Maximum cross section to control terminals, flexible wire with cable end sleeves with collar 0.5 mm2/20 AWG Minimum cross section to control terminals 0.25 mm2/24AWG 1) For power cables, see electrical data tables in chapter 8.1 Electrical Data. 8.6 Control Input/Output and Control Data Digital inputs Programmable digital inputs 4 (6)1) Terminal number 18, 19, 271), 291), 32, 33, Logic PNP or NPN Voltage level 0-24 V DC Voltage level, logic'0' PNP <5 V DC Voltage level, logic'1' PNP >10 V DC Voltage level, logic '0' NPN2) >19 V DC Voltage level, logic '1' NPN2) <14 V DC Maximum voltage on input 28 V DC Pulse frequency range 0-110 kHz (Duty cycle) Min. pulse width 4.5 ms Input resistance, Ri approx. 4 kΩ Safe Torque Off Terminal 373), 4) (Terminal 37 is fixed PNP logic) Voltage level 0-24 V DC Voltage level, logic'0' PNP <4 V DC Voltage level, logic'1' PNP >20 V DC Maximum voltage on input 28 V DC Typical input current at 24 V 50 mA rms Typical input current at 20 V 60 mA rms Input capacitance 400 nF All digital inputs are galvanically isolated from the supply voltage (PELV) and other high-voltage terminals. 1) Terminals 27 and 29 can also be programmed as output. 2) Except Safe Torque Off input Terminal 37. 3) See chapter 4.8 Control Wiring for further information about terminal 37 and Safe Torque Off. 4) When using a contactor with a DC coil inside in combination with Safe Torque Off , it is important to make a return way for the current from the coil when turning it off. This can be done by using a freewheel diode (or, alternatively, a 30 or 50 V MOV for quicker response time) across the coil. Typical contactors can be bought with this diode. MG11AK02 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. 53 8 8

88 Specifications Operating Instructions Analog inputs Number of analog inputs 2 Terminal number 53, 54 Modes Voltage or current Mode select Switch S201 and switch S202 Voltage mode Switch S201/switch S202 = OFF (U) Voltage level -10 to +10 V (scalable) Input resistance, Ri approx. 10 kΩ Max. voltage ±20 V Current mode Switch S201/switch S202 = ON (I) Current level 0/4 to 20 mA (scalable) Input resistance, Ri approx. 200 Ω Max. current 30 mA Resolution for analog inputs 10 bit (+ sign) Accuracy of analog inputs Max. error 0.5% of full scale Bandwidth 20 Hz/100 Hz The analog inputs are galvanically isolated from the supply voltage (PELV) and other high-voltage terminals. +24V 18 Control PELV isolation Mains 0 1.711AB03137 High voltage Motor Functional isolation RS485DC-Bus Illustration 8.1 PELV Isolation Pulse Programmable pulse 2/1 Terminal number pulse 291), 332)/333) Max. frequency at terminal 29, 33 110 kHz (Push-pull driven) Max. frequency at terminal 29, 33 5 kHz (open collector) Min. frequency at terminal 29, 33 4 Hz Voltage level see chapter 8.6.1 Digital Inputs Maximum voltage on input 28 V DC Input resistance, Ri approx. 4 kΩ Pulse input accuracy (0.1-1 kHz) Max. error: 0.1% of full scale Encoder input accuracy (1-11 kHz) Max. error: 0.05 % of full scale The pulse and encoder inputs (terminals 29, 32, 33) are galvanically isolated from the supply voltage (PELV) and other high- voltage terminals. 1) FC 302 only 2) Pulse inputs are 29 and 33 Analog output Number of programmable analog outputs 1 Terminal number 42 Current range at analog output 0/4-20 mA Max. load GND - analog output 500 Ω Accuracy on analog output Max. error: 0.5% of full scale Resolution on analog output 12 bit The analog output is galvanically isolated from the supply voltage (PELV) and other high-voltage terminals. 54 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. MG11AK02 Specifications Operating Instructions Control card, RS-485 serial communication Terminal number 68 (P,TX+, RX+), 69 (N,TX-, RX-) Terminal number 61 Common for terminals 68 and 69 The RS-485 serial communication circuit is functionally separated from other central circuits and galvanically isolated from the supply voltage (PELV). Digital output Programmable digital/pulse outputs 2 Terminal number 27, 291) Voltage level at digital/frequency output 0-24 V Max. output current (sink or source) 40 mA Max. load at frequency output 1 kΩ Max. capacitive load at frequency output 10 nF Minimum output frequency at frequency output 0 Hz Maximum output frequency at frequency output 32 kHz Accuracy of frequency output Max. error: 0.1 % of full scale Resolution of frequency outputs 12 bit 1) Terminal 27 and 29 can also be programmed as input. The digital output is galvanically isolated from the supply voltage (PELV) and other high-voltage terminals. Control card, 24 V DC output Terminal number 12, 13 Output voltage 24 V +1, -3 V Max. load 200 mA The 24 V DC supply is galvanically isolated from the supply voltage (PELV), but has the same potential as the analog and digital inputs and outputs. Relay outputs Programmable relay outputs 2 Relay 01 Terminal number 1-3 (break), 1-2 (make) Max. terminal load (AC-1)1) on 1-3 (NC), 1-2 (NO) (Resistive load) 240 V AC, 2 A Max. terminal load (AC-15)1) (Inductive load @ cosφ 0.4) 240 V AC, 0.2 A Max. terminal load (DC-1)1) on 1-2 (NO), 1-3 (NC) (Resistive load) 60 V DC, 1 A Max. terminal load (DC-13)1) (Inductive load) 24 V DC, 0.1 A Relay 02 (FC 302 only) Terminal number 4-6 (break), 4-5 (make) Max. terminal load (AC-1)1) on 4-5 (NO) (Resistive load)2)3) Overvoltage cat. II 400 V AC, 2 A Max. terminal load (AC-15)1) on 4-5 (NO) (Inductive load @ cosφ 0.4) 240 V AC, 0.2 A Max. terminal load (DC-1)1) on 4-5 (NO) (Resistive load) 80 V DC, 2 A Max. terminal load (DC-13)1) on 4-5 (NO) (Inductive load) 24 V DC, 0.1 A Max. terminal load (AC-1)1) on 4-6 (NC) (Resistive load) 240 V AC, 2 A Max. terminal load (AC-15)1) on 4-6 (NC) (Inductive load @ cosφ 0.4) 240 V AC, 0.2 A Max. terminal load (DC-1)1) on 4-6 (NC) (Resistive load) 50 V DC, 2 A Max. terminal load (DC-13)1) on 4-6 (NC) (Inductive load) 24 V DC, 0.1 A Min. terminal load on 1-3 (NC), 1-2 (NO), 4-6 (NC), 4-5 (NO) 24 V DC 10 mA, 24 V AC 20 mA Environment according to EN 60664-1 overvoltage category III/pollution degree 2 1) IEC 60947 part 4 and 5 The relay contacts are galvanically isolated from the rest of the circuit by reinforced isolation (PELV). 2) Overvoltage Category II 3) UL applications 300 V AC 2A Control card, 10 V DC output Terminal number 50 Output voltage 10.5 V ±0.5 V Max. load 15 mA The 10 V DC supply is galvanically isolated from the supply voltage (PELV) and other high-voltage terminals. MG11AK02 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. 55 8 8

88 Specifications Operating Instructions Control characteristics Resolution of output frequency at 0-590 Hz ± 0.003 Hz Repeat accuracy of Precise start/stop (terminals 18, 19) ≤± 0.1 ms System response time (terminals 18, 19, 27, 29, 32, 33) ≤ 2 ms Speed control range (open loop) 1:100 of synchronous speed Speed control range (closed loop) 1:1000 of synchronous speed Speed accuracy (open loop) 30-4000 rpm: error ±8 rpm Speed accuracy (closed loop), depending on resolution of feedback device 0-6000 rpm: error ±0.15 rpm All control characteristics are based on a 4-pole asynchronous motor Control card performance Scan interval 1 ms Control card, USB serial communication USB standard 1.1 (full speed) USB plug USB type B “device” plug Connection to PC is carried out via a standard host/device USB cable. The USB connection is galvanically isolated from the supply voltage (PELV) and other high-voltage terminals. The USB ground connection is not galvanically isolated from protection earth. Use only an isolated laptop as PC connection to the USB connector on the frequency converter. 8.7 Connection Tightening Torques Power [kW] Torque [Nm] Enclo- sure 200-240 V 380-480/500 V 525-600 V 525-690 V Mains Motor DC connection Brake Earth Relay A2 1.1-2.2 1.1-4.0 0.6 0.6 0.6 1.8 3 0.6 A3 3.0-3.7 5.5-7.5 1.1-7.5 1.1-7.5 0.6 0.6 0.6 1.8 3 0.6 A4 1.1-2.2 1.1-4.0 0.6 0.6 0.6 1.8 3 0.6 A5 1.1-3.7 1.1-7.5 1.1-7.5 0.6 0.6 0.6 1.8 3 0.6 B1 5.5-11 11-18 11-18 1.8 1.8 1.5 1.5 3 0.6 B2 15 22-30 22-30 11-30 4.5 4.5 3.7 3.7 3 0.6 B3 5.5 -11 11-18 11-18 1.8 1.8 1.8 1.8 3 0.6 B4 15-18 22-37 22-37 11-37 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 3 0.6 C1 18-30 37-55 37-55 10 10 10 10 3 0.6 C2 37-45 75-90 75-90 37-90 14/241) 14/241) 14 14 3 0.6 C3 22-30 45-55 45-55 45-55 10 10 10 10 3 0.6 C4 37-45 75-90 75-90 14/24 1) 14/24 1) 14 14 3 0.6 Table 8.10 Tightening of Terminals 1) For different cable dimensions x/y, where x ≤ 95 mm2 and y ≥ 95 mm2. 56 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. MG11AK02

Specifications Operating Instructions 8.8 Fuses and Circuit Breakers Use recommended fuses and/or circuit breakers on the supply side as protection in case of component break-down inside the frequency converter (first fault). NOTICE Use of fuses on the supply side is mandatory for IEC 60364 (CE) and NEC 2009 (UL) compliant installations. Recommendations • Fuses of the type gG • Circuit breakers of Moeller types. For other circuit breaker types, ensure that the energy into the frequency converter is equal to or lower than the energy provided by Moeller types. Use of recommended fuses and circuit breakers ensures possible damage to the frequency converter is limited to damages inside the unit. For further information, see Application Note Fuses and Circuit Breakers, MN90T. The fuses below are suitable for use on a circuit capable of delivering 100,000 Arms (symmetrical), depending on the frequency converter voltage rating. With the proper fusing the frequency converter Short Circuit Current Rating (SCCR) is 100,000 Arms. 8.8.1 CE Compliance 200-240 V Enclosure type MG11AK02 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. 57 Power [kW] Recommended fuse size Recommended max. fuse size Recommended circuit breaker (Moeller) Max. trip level [A] A2 1.1-2.2 gG-10 (1.1-1.5) gG-16 (2.2) gG-25 PKZM0-25 25 A3 3.0-3.7 gG-16 (3) gG-20 (3.7) gG-32 PKZM0-25 25 B3 5.5-11 gG-25 (5.5-7.5) gG-32 (11) gG-63 PKZM4-50 50 B4 15-18 gG-50 (15) gG-63 (18) gG-125 NZMB1-A100 100 C3 22-30 gG-80 (22) aR-125 (30) gG-150 (22) aR-160 (30) NZMB2-A200 150 C4 37-45 aR-160 (37) aR-200 (45) aR-200 (37) aR-250 (45) NZMB2-A250 250 A4 1.1-2.2 gG-10 (1.1-1.5) gG-16 (2.2) gG-32 PKZM0-25 25 A5 0.25-3.7 gG-10 (0.25-1.5) gG-16 (2.2-3) gG-20 (3.7) gG-32 PKZM0-25 25 B1 5.5-11 gG-25 (5.5) gG-32 (7.5-11) gG-80 PKZM4-63 63 B2 15 gG-50 gG-100 NZMB1-A100 100 C1 18-30 gG-63 (18.5) gG-80 (22) gG-100 (30) gG-160 (18.5-22) aR-160 (30) NZMB2-A200 160 C2 37-45 aR-160 (37) aR-200 (45) aR-200 (37) aR-250 (45) NZMB2-A250 250 Table 8.11 200-240 V, Enclosure Types A, B and C 8 8

88 Specifications Operating Instructions 380-480 V Enclosure Power [kW] Recommended Recommended Recommended circuit type fuse size max. fuse size breaker (Moeller) 58 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. MG11AK02 Max. trip level [A] A2 1.1-4.0 gG-10 (1.1-3) gG-16 (4) gG-25 PKZM0-25 25 A3 5.5-7.5 gG-16 gG-32 PKZM0-25 25 B3 11-18 gG-40 gG-63 PKZM4-50 50 B4 22-37 gG-50 (22) gG-63 (30) gG-80 (37) gG-125 NZMB1-A100 100 C3 45-55 gG-100 (45) gG-160 (55) NZMB2-A200 150 C4 75-90 aR-200 (75) aR-250 (90) gG-150 (45) gG-160 (55) aR-250 NZMB2-A250 250 A4 1.1-4 gG-10 (1.1-3) gG-16 (4) gG-32 PKZM0-25 25 A5 1.1-7.5 gG-10 (1.1-3) gG-16 (4-7.5) gG-32 PKZM0-25 25 B1 11-18.5 gG-40 gG-80 PKZM4-63 63 B2 22-30 gG-50 (22) gG-63 (30) gG-100 NZMB1-A100 100 C1 37-55 gG-80 (37) gG-100 (45) gG-160 (55) gG-160 NZMB2-A200 160 C2 75-90 aR-200 (75) aR-250 (90) aR-250 NZMB2-A250 250 Table 8.12 380-480 V, Enclosure Types A, B and C 525-600 V Enclosure type Power [kW] Recommended Recommended Recommended circuit Max. trip level [A] fuse size max. fuse size breaker (Moeller) A3 5.5-7.5 gG-10 (5.5) gG-16 (7.5) gG-32 PKZM0-25 25 B3 11-18 gG-25 (11) gG-32 (15-18) gG-63 PKZM4-50 50 B4 22-37 gG-40 (22) gG-50 (30) gG-63 (37) gG-125 NZMB1-A100 100 C3 45-55 gG-63 (45) gG-100 (55) gG-150 NZMB2-A200 150 C4 75-90 aR-160 (75) aR-200 (90) aR-250 NZMB2-A250 250 A5 1.1-7.5 gG-10 (1.1-5.5) gG-16 (7.5) gG-32 PKZM0-25 25 B1 11-18 gG-25 (11) gG-32 (15) gG-40 (18.5) gG-80 PKZM4-63 63 B2 22-30 gG-50 (22) gG-63 (30) gG-100 NZMB1-A100 100 C1 37-55 gG-63 (37) gG-100 (45) aR-160 (55) NZMB2-A200 160 C2 75-90 aR-200 (75-90) aR-250 NZMB2-A250 250 Table 8.13 525-600 V, Enclosure Types A, B and C gG-160 (37-45) aR-250 (55)

Specifications Operating Instructions 525-690 V Enclosure Power [kW] Recommended Recommended Recommended circuit type fuse size max. fuse size breaker (Moeller) MG11AK02 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. 59 Max. trip level [A] A3 1.1 1.5 2.2345.5 7.5 gG-6 gG-25 gG-6 gG-25 gG-6 gG-25 gG-10 gG-25 gG-10 gG-25 gG-16 gG-25 gG-16 gG-25 PKZM0-16 16 B2/B4 11151822 gG-63 - - B4/C2 30 gG-63 (30) gG-80 (30) C2/C3 3745 gG-25 (11) gG-32 (15) gG-32 (18) gG-40 (22) - - C2 5575 gG-63 (37) gG-100 (37) gG-80 (45) gG-125 (45) gG-160 (55-75) - - Table 8.14 525-690 V, Enclosure Types A, B and C 8.8.2 UL Compliance 3x200-240 V Recommended max. fuse Power [kW] gG-100 (55) gG-125 (75) Bussmann Type RK1 1) Bussmann Bussmann Bussmann Bussmann Bussmann Type J Type T Type CC Type CC Type CC 1.1 KTN-R-10 JKS-10 JJN-10 FNQ-R-10 KTK-R-10 LP-CC-10 1.5 KTN-R-15 JKS-15 JJN-15 FNQ-R-15 KTK-R-15 LP-CC-15 2.2 KTN-R-20 JKS-20 JJN-20 FNQ-R-20 KTK-R-20 LP-CC-20 3.0 KTN-R-25 JKS-25 JJN-25 FNQ-R-25 KTK-R-25 LP-CC-25 3.7 KTN-R-30 JKS-30 JJN-30 FNQ-R-30 KTK-R-30 LP-CC-30 5.5-7.5 KTN-R-50 JKS-50 JJN-50 - - - 11 KTN-R-60 JKS-60 JJN-60 - - - 15 KTN-R-80 JKS-80 JJN-80 - - - 18.5-22 KTN-R-125 JKS-125 JJN-125 - - - 30 KTN-R-150 JKS-150 JJN-150 - - - 37 KTN-R-200 JKS-200 JJN-200 - - - 45 KTN-R-250 JKS-250 JJN-250 - - - Table 8.15 3x200-240 V, Enclosure Types A, B and C 8 8

88 Specifications Operating Instructions Recommended max. fuse Power [kW] SIBA Type RK1 Ferraz- Ferraz- Shawmut Shawmut Type CC Type RK13) Ferraz- Shawmut JFHR24) 60 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. MG11AK02 Ferraz- Shawmut J 1.1 5017906-010 KLN-R-10 ATM-R-10 A2K-10-R FWX-10 - - HSJ-10 1.5 5017906-016 KLN-R-15 ATM-R-15 A2K-15-R FWX-15 - - HSJ-15 2.2 5017906-020 KLN-R-20 ATM-R-20 A2K-20-R FWX-20 - - HSJ-20 3.0 5017906-025 KLN-R-25 ATM-R-25 A2K-25-R FWX-25 - - HSJ-25 3.7 5012406-032 KLN-R-30 ATM-R-30 A2K-30-R FWX-30 - - HSJ-30 5.5-7.5 5014006-050 KLN-R-50 - A2K-50-R FWX-50 - - HSJ-50 11 5014006-063 KLN-R-60 - A2K-60-R FWX-60 - - HSJ-60 15 5014006-080 KLN-R-80 - A2K-80-R FWX-80 - - HSJ-80 18.5-22 2028220-125 KLN-R-125 - A2K-125-R FWX-125 - - HSJ-125 30 2028220-150 KLN-R-150 - A2K-150-R FWX-150 L25S-150 A25X-150 HSJ-150 37 2028220-200 KLN-R-200 - A2K-200-R FWX-200 L25S-200 A25X-200 HSJ-200 45 2028220-250 KLN-R-250 - A2K-250-R FWX-250 L25S-250 A25X-250 HSJ-250 Table 8.16 3x200-240 V, Enclosure Types A, B and C 1) KTS-fuses from Bussmann may substitute KTN for 240 V frequency converters. 2) FWH-fuses from Bussmann may substitute FWX for 240 V frequency converters. 3) A6KR fuses from FERRAZ SHAWMUT may substitute A2KR for 240 V frequency converters. 4) A50X fuses from FERRAZ SHAWMUT may substitute A25X for 240 V frequency converters. 3x380-480 V Recommended max. fuse Power [kW] Little fuse Bussmann Littel fuse Type RK1 Type JFHR22) JFHR2 Bussmann Type RK1 Bussmann Type J Bussmann Type T Bussmann Type CC Bussmann Type CC Bussmann Type CC 1.1 KTS-R-6 JKS-6 JJS-6 FNQ-R-6 KTK-R-6 LP-CC-6 1.5-2.2 KTS-R-10 JKS-10 JJS-10 FNQ-R-10 KTK-R-10 LP-CC-10 3 KTS-R-15 JKS-15 JJS-15 FNQ-R-15 KTK-R-15 LP-CC-15 4 KTS-R-20 JKS-20 JJS-20 FNQ-R-20 KTK-R-20 LP-CC-20 5.5 KTS-R-25 JKS-25 JJS-25 FNQ-R-25 KTK-R-25 LP-CC-25 7.5 KTS-R-30 JKS-30 JJS-30 FNQ-R-30 KTK-R-30 LP-CC-30 11-15 KTS-R-40 JKS-40 JJS-40 - - - 18 KTS-R-50 JKS-50 JJS-50 - - - 22 KTS-R-60 JKS-60 JJS-60 - - - 30 KTS-R-80 JKS-80 JJS-80 - - - 37 KTS-R-100 JKS-100 JJS-100 - - - 45 KTS-R-125 JKS-125 JJS-125 - - - 55 KTS-R-150 JKS-150 JJS-150 - - - 75 KTS-R-200 JKS-200 JJS-200 - - - 90 KTS-R-250 JKS-250 JJS-250 - - - Table 8.17 3x380-480 V, Enclosure Types A, B and C

Specifications Operating Instructions Recommended max. fuse Power [kW] MG11AK02 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. 61 SIBA Little fuse Ferraz- Type RK1 Type RK1 Ferraz- Ferraz- Shawmut Shawmut Type CC JFHR21) Shawmut Type RK1 Bussmann JFHR2 Ferraz- Shawmut J Littel fuse JFHR2 1.1 5017906-006 KLS-R-6 ATM-R-6 A6K-10-6 FWH-6 HSJ-6 - - 1.5-2.2 5017906-010 KLS-R-10 ATM-R-10 A6K-10-R FWH-10 HSJ-10 - - 3 5017906-016 KLS-R-15 ATM-R-15 A6K-15-R FWH-15 HSJ-15 - - 4 5017906-020 KLS-R-20 ATM-R-20 A6K-20-R FWH-20 HSJ-20 - - 5.5 5017906-025 KLS-R-25 ATM-R-25 A6K-25-R FWH-25 HSJ-25 - - 7.5 5012406-032 KLS-R-30 ATM-R-30 A6K-30-R FWH-30 HSJ-30 - - 11-15 5014006-040 KLS-R-40 - A6K-40-R FWH-40 HSJ-40 - - 18 5014006-050 KLS-R-50 - A6K-50-R FWH-50 HSJ-50 - - 22 5014006-063 KLS-R-60 - A6K-60-R FWH-60 HSJ-60 - - 30 2028220-100 KLS-R-80 - A6K-80-R FWH-80 HSJ-80 - - 37 2028220-125 KLS-R-100 - A6K-100-R FWH-100 HSJ-100 - - 45 2028220-125 KLS-R-125 - A6K-125-R FWH-125 HSJ-125 - - 55 2028220-160 KLS-R-150 - A6K-150-R FWH-150 HSJ-150 - - 75 2028220-200 KLS-R-200 - A6K-200-R FWH-200 HSJ-200 A50-P-225 L50-S-225 90 2028220-250 KLS-R-250 - A6K-250-R FWH-250 HSJ-250 A50-P-250 L50-S-250 Table 8.18 3x380-480 V, Enclosure Types A, B and C 1) Ferraz-Shawmut A50QS fuses may substitute A50P fuses. 3x525-600 V Recommended max. fuse Power [kW] Bussman n Type RK1 Bussmann Bussmann Type J Type T Bussmann Type CC Ferraz- Shawmut Type RK1 Ferraz- Shawmut J 1.1 KTS-R-5 JKS-5 JJS-6 FNQ-R-5 KTK-R-5 LP-CC-5 5017906-005 KLS-R-005 A6K-5-R HSJ-6 1.5-2.2 KTS-R-10 JKS-10 JJS-10 FNQ-R-10 KTK-R-10 LP-CC-10 5017906-010 KLS-R-010 A6K-10-R HSJ-10 3 KTS-R15 JKS-15 JJS-15 FNQ-R-15 KTK-R-15 LP-CC-15 5017906-016 KLS-R-015 A6K-15-R HSJ-15 4 KTS-R20 JKS-20 JJS-20 FNQ-R-20 KTK-R-20 LP-CC-20 5017906-020 KLS-R-020 A6K-20-R HSJ-20 5.5 KTS-R-25 JKS-25 JJS-25 FNQ-R-25 KTK-R-25 LP-CC-25 5017906-025 KLS-R-025 A6K-25-R HSJ-25 7.5 KTS-R-30 JKS-30 JJS-30 FNQ-R-30 KTK-R-30 LP-CC-30 5017906-030 KLS-R-030 A6K-30-R HSJ-30 11-15 KTS-R-35 JKS-35 JJS-35 - - - 5014006-040 KLS-R-035 A6K-35-R HSJ-35 18 KTS-R-45 JKS-45 JJS-45 - - - 5014006-050 KLS-R-045 A6K-45-R HSJ-45 22 KTS-R-50 JKS-50 JJS-50 - - - 5014006-050 KLS-R-050 A6K-50-R HSJ-50 30 KTS-R-60 JKS-60 JJS-60 - - - 5014006-063 KLS-R-060 A6K-60-R HSJ-60 37 KTS-R-80 JKS-80 JJS-80 - - - 5014006-080 KLS-R-075 A6K-80-R HSJ-80 45 KTS-R-100 JKS-100 JJS-100 - - - 5014006-100 KLS-R-100 A6K-100-R HSJ-100 55 KTS-R-125 JKS-125 JJS-125 - - - 2028220-125 KLS-125 A6K-125-R HSJ-125 75 KTS-R-150 JKS-150 JJS-150 - - - 2028220-150 KLS-150 A6K-150-R HSJ-150 90 KTS-R-175 JKS-175 JJS-175 - - - 2028220-200 KLS-175 A6K-175-R HSJ-175 Table 8.19 3x525-600 V, Enclosure Types A, B and C Bussmann Type CC Bussmann Type CC SIBA Type RK1 Littel fuse Type RK1 8 8

88 Specifications Operating Instructions 3x525-690 V Recommended max. fuse Power Bussmann Bussmann [kW] Type CC Type CC [kW] 1.1 KTS-R-5 JKS-5 JJS-6 FNQ-R-5 KTK-R-5 LP-CC-5 1.5-2.2 KTS-R-10 JKS-10 JJS-10 FNQ-R-10 KTK-R-10 LP-CC-10 3 KTS-R15 JKS-15 JJS-15 FNQ-R-15 KTK-R-15 LP-CC-15 4 KTS-R20 JKS-20 JJS-20 FNQ-R-20 KTK-R-20 LP-CC-20 5.5 KTS-R-25 JKS-25 JJS-25 FNQ-R-25 KTK-R-25 LP-CC-25 7.5 KTS-R-30 JKS-30 JJS-30 FNQ-R-30 KTK-R-30 LP-CC-30 11-15 KTS-R-35 JKS-35 JJS-35 - - - 18 KTS-R-45 JKS-45 JJS-45 - - - 22 KTS-R-50 JKS-50 JJS-50 - - - 30 KTS-R-60 JKS-60 JJS-60 - - - 37 KTS-R-80 JKS-80 JJS-80 - - - 45 KTS-R-100 JKS-100 JJS-100 - - - 55 KTS-R-125 JKS-125 JJS-125 - - - 75 KTS-R-150 JKS-150 JJS-150 - - - 90 KTS-R-175 JKS-175 JJS-175 - - - Table 8.20 3x525-690 V, Enclosure Types A, B and C Recommended max. fuse Power [kW] 62 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. MG11AK02 Bussmann Type RK1 Bussmann Type J Bussmann Type T Bussmann Type CC Bussmann Bussmann Bussmann SIBA E52273 E4273 E4273 E180276 RK1/JDDZ J/JDDZ T/JDDZ RK1/JDDZ Ferraz- Shawmut E2137 J/HSJ 11-15 30 A KTS-R-30 JKS-30 JKJS-30 5017906-030 KLS-R-030 A6K-30-R HST-30 18.5 45 A KTS-R-45 JKS-45 JJS-45 5014006-050 KLS-R-045 A6K-45-R HST-45 30 60 A KTS-R-60 JKS-60 JJS-60 5014006-063 KLS-R-060 A6K-60-R HST-60 37 80 A KTS-R-80 JKS-80 JJS-80 5014006-080 KLS-R-075 A6K-80-R HST-80 45 90 A KTS-R-90 JKS-90 JJS-90 5014006-100 KLS-R-090 A6K-90-R HST-90 55 100 A KTS-R-100 JKS-100 JJS-100 5014006-100 KLS-R-100 A6K-100-R HST-100 75 125 A KTS-R-125 JKS-125 JJS-125 2028220-125 KLS-150 A6K-125-R HST-125 90 150 A KTS-R-150 JKS-150 JJS-150 2028220-150 KLS-175 A6K-150-R HST-150 Table 8.21 3x525-690 V, Enclosure Types B and C LittelFuse E81895 RK1/JDDZ Ferraz- Max. Shawmut prefuse E163267/E2137 RK1/JDDZ

Specifications Operating Instructions 8.9 Power Ratings, Weight and Dimensions MG11AK02 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. 63 8 8

99 Appendix Operating Instructions AC Alternating Current AEO Automatic Energy Optimization AWG American Wire Gauge AMA Automatic Motor Adaptation °C Degrees Celsius DC Direct Current EMC Electro Magnetic Compatibility ETR Electronic Thermal Relay FC Frequency Converter LCP Local Control Panel MCT Motion Control Tool IP Ingress Protection IM,N Nominal Motor Current fM,N Nominal Motor Frequency PM,N Nominal Motor Power UM,N Nominal Motor Voltage PM Motor Permanent Magnet Motor PELV Protective Extra Low Voltage PCB Printed Circuit Board PWM Pulse Width Modulated ILIM Current Limit IINV Rated Inverter Output Current RPM Revolutions Per Minute Regen Regenerative Terminals ns Synchronous Motor Speed TLIM Torque Limit IVLT,MAX The Maximum Output Current IVLT,N The Rated Output Current Supplied by the Frequency Converter

9 Appendix 9.1 Symbols, Abbreviations and Conventions Table 9.1 Symbols and Abbreviations Conventions Numbered lists indicate procedures. Bullet lists indicate other information and description of illustrations. Italicised text indicates • cross reference • link • parameter name 9.2 Parameter Menu Structure 64 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. MG11AK02 Appendix Operating Instructions MG11AK02 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. 65 9 9 99 Appendix Operating Instructions 66 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. MG11AK02 Appendix Operating Instructions MG11AK02 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. 67 9 9 99 Appendix Operating Instructions 68 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. MG11AK02 Index Operating Instructions Index Cooling..................................................................................................... 10 Cooling clearance................................................................................. 21 ACurrent limit........................................................................................... 43 Abbreviations......................................................................................... 64 Current rating........................................................................................ 36 AC input............................................................................................... 6, 17 AC mains............................................................................................. 6, 17 DAC waveform............................................................................................ 6 DC current.................................................................................... 6, 11, 33 Additional resources.............................................................................. 3 DC link....................................................................................................... 36 AEO............................................................................................................ 27 Default setting....................................................................................... 25 Alarm log................................................................................................. 23 Digital input....................................................................... 18, 19, 34, 37 Alarms....................................................................................................... 35 Dimensions............................................................................................. 63 AMA...................................................................................... 28, 33, 37, 40 Discharge time......................................................................................... 7 Ambient Conditions............................................................................ 52 Disconnect switch................................................................................ 22 Analog input................................................................................... 18, 36 Analog output....................................................................................... 18 EAnalog signal......................................................................................... 36 Electrical interference......................................................................... 11 Analog speed reference..................................................................... 29 EMC............................................................................................................ 11 Approval..................................................................................................... 6 EMC interference.................................................................................. 13 Approvals................................................................................................... 6 Exploded view.......................................................................................... 5 Auto On............................................................................... 24, 28, 33, 35 Exploded Views....................................................................................... 4 Auto-reset............................................................................................... 23 External alarm reset............................................................................. 31 Auxiliary equipment............................................................................ 21 External command................................................................................. 6 External commands........................................................................ 6, 35 BExternal controllers................................................................................ 3 Back plate................................................................................................ 10 External interlock.................................................................................. 19 Brake control.......................................................................................... 37 Brake resistor.......................................................................................... 36 FBraking.............................................................................................. 33, 38 Fault Internal................................................................................................. 39 CFault log................................................................................................... 23 Cable routing......................................................................................... 21 Certification............................................................................................... 6 Certifications............................................................................................. 6 Circuit breakers.............................................................................. 21, 57 Clearance requirements..................................................................... 10 Closed loop............................................................................................. 19 Feedback..................................................................... 19, 21, 34, 39, 40 Fire mode................................................................................................ 41 Floating delta......................................................................................... 17 Front cover tightening torque......................................................... 63 Fuse.................................................................................................... 11, 38 Fuses............................................................................................ 21, 41, 57 Communication option...................................................................... 38 GConduit..................................................................................................... 21 Control card............................................................................................ 36 Control card, USB serial communication..................................... 56 Control signal......................................................................................... 33 Control terminal............................................................................. 24, 26 Ground connections............................................................................ 21 Ground wire............................................................................................ 11 Grounded delta..................................................................................... 17 Grounding................................................................... 14, 15, 17, 21, 22 Control terminals........................................................................... 33, 35 HControl wiring................................................................... 11, 13, 19, 21 Hand On............................................................................................ 24, 33 Control word timeout......................................................................... 37 Harmonics.................................................................................................. 6 Conventions........................................................................................... 64 MG11AK02 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. 69 Index Operating Instructions Heat sink.................................................................................................. 39 Motor speed........................................................................................... 26 High voltage...................................................................................... 7, 22 Motor status.............................................................................................. 3 Motor thermistor.................................................................................. 32 IMotor wiring.................................................................................... 13, 21 IEC 61800-3............................................................................................. 17 Mounting.......................................................................................... 10, 21 Initialisation............................................................................................ 25 Multiple frequency converters................................................. 11, 14 Input current.......................................................................................... 17 Input disconnect................................................................................... 17 NInput power.............................................. 6, 11, 13, 17, 21, 22, 35, 41 Nameplate................................................................................................. 9 Input power wiring.............................................................................. 21 Navigation key......................................................................... 23, 24, 26 Input signal............................................................................................. 19 Navigation keys..................................................................................... 33 Input terminal................................................................... 17, 19, 22, 36 Input voltage.......................................................................................... 22 OInstallation....................................................................................... 19, 21 Open loop............................................................................................... 19 Installation Environments.................................................................... 9 Operation key........................................................................................ 23 Intended Use............................................................................................ 3 Optional equipment..................................................................... 19, 22 Interference isolation.......................................................................... 21 Output current............................................................................... 33, 36 Intermediate Circuit............................................................................. 36 Output power wiring.......................................................................... 21 Isolated mains........................................................................................ 17 Output terminal.................................................................................... 22 Items supplied.......................................................................................... 9 Overcurrent protection...................................................................... 11 Overheating............................................................................................ 37 JOvertemperature.................................................................................. 37 Jumper...................................................................................................... 19 Overvoltage..................................................................................... 34, 43 LPLeakage current................................................................................ 8, 11 Parameter menu structure................................................................ 65 Lifting........................................................................................................ 10 PELV........................................................................................................... 32 Local control............................................................................. 23, 24, 33 Phase loss................................................................................................ 36 Local control panel (LCP)................................................................... 23 Potential equalisation......................................................................... 11 Power connection................................................................................ 11 MPower factor....................................................................................... 6, 21 Main menu.............................................................................................. 23 Power Ratings........................................................................................ 63 Mains voltage.................................................................................. 23, 33 Programming.................................................................... 19, 23, 24, 36 Maintenance.......................................................................................... 33 Pulse start/stop..................................................................................... 31 Manual initialisation............................................................................ 25 MCT 10............................................................................................... 18, 23 QMenu key................................................................................................. 23 Qualified personnel................................................................................ 7 Menu structure...................................................................................... 24 Quick menu............................................................................................ 23 Motor cable............................................................................................. 11 Motor cables........................................................................................... 14 RMotor current...................................................................... 6, 23, 28, 40 Ramp-down time.................................................................................. 43 Motor data.................................................................. 26, 28, 37, 40, 43 Ramp-up time........................................................................................ 43 Motor output......................................................................................... 52 Reference............................................................................ 23, 29, 33, 34 Motor power............................................................................ 11, 23, 40 Relays........................................................................................................ 18 Motor protection..................................................................................... 3 Remote commands................................................................................ 3 Motor rotation....................................................................................... 28 Remote reference................................................................................. 34 70 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. MG11AK02 Index Operating Instructions Reset................................................................ 23, 24, 25, 35, 36, 37, 40 RFI filter.................................................................................................... 17 URMS current............................................................................................... 6 Unintended start.............................................................................. 7, 22 RS-485....................................................................................................... 20 RS-485 network connection............................................................. 32 VRun command....................................................................................... 28 Vibration..................................................................................................... 9 Run permissive...................................................................................... 34 Voltage imbalance............................................................................... 36 Voltage level........................................................................................... 53 SVVC+.......................................................................................................... 27 Safe Torque Off...................................................................................... 20 Screened cable............................................................................... 13, 21 WScreened twisted pair (STP).............................................................. 20 Warnings.................................................................................................. 35 Serial communication............................................. 18, 24, 33, 34, 35 Weight...................................................................................................... 63 Service...................................................................................................... 33 Windmilling............................................................................................... 8 Setpoint.................................................................................................... 34 Wire size................................................................................................... 11 Set-up................................................................................................ 23, 28 Wire sizes................................................................................................. 14 Shock........................................................................................................... 9 Wiring schematic.................................................................................. 12 Short circuit............................................................................................ 37 Sleep Mode............................................................................................. 34 Speed reference............................................................... 19, 28, 29, 33 Speed reference, analog.................................................................... 29 Start/stop command........................................................................... 30 Start-up.................................................................................................... 25 Status mode........................................................................................... 33 STO............................................................................................................. 20 Storage........................................................................................................ 9 Supply voltage.................................................................. 17, 18, 22, 38 Switch....................................................................................................... 19 Switching frequency........................................................................... 34 Symbols.................................................................................................... 64 System feedback..................................................................................... 3 TTerminal 53............................................................................................. 19 Terminal 54............................................................................................. 19 Thermal protection................................................................................ 6 Thermistor........................................................................................ 17, 32 Thermistor control wiring................................................................. 17 Tightening of Terminals..................................................................... 56 Torque...................................................................................................... 37 Torque limit............................................................................................ 43 Transient protection.............................................................................. 6 Trip lock.................................................................................................... 35 Trips........................................................................................................... 35 MG11AK02 Danfoss A/S © Rev. 2014-02-25 All rights reserved. 71 danfoss.com/drives Danfoss can accept no responsibility for possible errors in catalogues, brochures and other printed material. 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