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  • Page 3 ___________________ Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Safety notes ___________________ Overview ___________________ Installation SINAMICS ___________________ Wizards SINAMICS G120, SINAMICS ___________________ G120C Control Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) ___________________ Menu Operating Instructions ___________________ Options ___________________ Technical data Edition 03/2013, Firmware IOP V1.4 03/2013, FW V1.4...
  • Page 4 Note the following: WARNING Siemens products may only be used for the applications described in the catalog and in the relevant technical documentation. If products and components from other manufacturers are used, these must be recommended or approved by Siemens. Proper transport, storage, installation, assembly, commissioning, operation and maintenance are required to ensure that the products operate safely and without any problems.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Safety notes ............................7 Warnings and cautions ........................7 Overview..............................9 Introduction ............................ 9 Layout and functions ........................10 Screen icons ..........................12 Menu structure ..........................13 Installation ............................15 Fitting the IOP ..........................15 Initial Set-up ..........................16 Wizards ..............................
  • Page 6 Table of contents Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 03/2013, FW V1.4, A5E00110011A4 AB...
  • Page 7: Safety Notes

    Safety notes Warnings and cautions WARNING • During commissioning of the Inverter it is essential to ensure that the system is in a safe and stable state, as some commissioning processes have the potential to start the motor. Therefore it is important to secure any loads and ensure that should the motor start, no potentially dangerous conditions exist.
  • Page 8 Safety notes 1.1 Warnings and cautions Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 03/2013, FW V1.4, A5E00110011A4 AB...
  • Page 9: Overview

    ● Downloading of wizards ● Downloading additional languages ● Downloading of IOP firmware updates The downloads can be found by searching the Siemens Service and Support website: Service & Support website (http://support.automation.siemens.com) Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 03/2013, FW V1.4, A5E00110011A4 AB...
  • Page 10: Layout And Functions

    Overview 2.2 Layout and functions Note IOP functional support • Drives with SINAMICS firmware prior to version 4.2 may not be fully supported by the IOP. • The actual menu structure and functionality of the IOP will be influenced by the following factors: –...
  • Page 11 Overview 2.2 Layout and functions Table 2- 1 Function of the IOP controls Function The push-wheel has the following functions: In a menu, turning the push-wheel changes the selection. • When a selection is highlighted, pressing the push-wheel confirms the selection. •...
  • Page 12: Screen Icons

    Overview 2.3 Screen icons DEMO mode DEMO mode allows the IOP to be used for demonstration purposes without affecting the Inverter to which it is connected. Menus can be navigated and functions selected, but all communications with the Inverter are blocked to ensure that the Inverter does not react to any commands issued from the IOP.
  • Page 13: Menu Structure

    Overview 2.4 Menu structure Menu structure The IOP is a menu-driven device and has the following menu structure: Figure 2-2 IOP menu structure Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 03/2013, FW V1.4, A5E00110011A4 AB...
  • Page 14 Overview 2.4 Menu structure Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 03/2013, FW V1.4, A5E00110011A4 AB...
  • Page 15: Installation

    Installation Fitting the IOP Fitting the IOP to the Control Unit CAUTION IOP power supply The IOP has no internal power supply and derives its power directly from the Control Unit of the Inverter through the RS232 interface. The IOP can also be connected to a PC and derives its power through the USB connection.
  • Page 16: Initial Set-Up

    Installation 3.2 Initial Set-up Initial Set-up Initial Set-up Once the IOP is fitted and powered-up it will automatically detect the type of Control Unit and Power Module to which it has been fitted. On first-time use, the IOP automatically displays the option to select the default language and allow the time and date to be set (if the Control Unit to which the IOP is fitted has a real-time clock).
  • Page 17 Installation 3.2 Initial Set-up If the Wizard menu is not required, then press Esc to return to the normal status screen. Language selection To select the language that the IOP should display, the following actions should be performed: 1. Rotate the Wheel to select "Menu". 2.
  • Page 18 Installation 3.2 Initial Set-up Setting time and date When the IOP is first fitted to a Control Unit, which has a real-time clock, it will automatically display the time and date screen, the following actions should be performed: 1. The "Time and Date" screen is displayed. 2.
  • Page 19 Installation 3.2 Initial Set-up Display contrast To set the contrast level of the IOP, the following actions should be performed: 1. Rotate the Wheel to select "Menu". 2. Press the Wheel to confirm selection. 3. The "Menu" screen is displayed. 4.
  • Page 20 Installation 3.2 Initial Set-up Display mode To change the display mode, the following actions should be performed: 1. Rotate the Wheel to select "Menu". 2. Press the Wheel to confirm selection. 3. The "Menu" screen is displayed. 4. Rotate the Wheel to select "Extras". 5.
  • Page 21: Wizards

    Wizards Overview The IOP wizards are question-driven macros that assist the user to set-up various functions and applications of the Inverter. WARNING Commissioning the Inverter During commissioning of the Inverter it is essential to ensure that the system is in a safe and stable state, as some commissioning processes have the potential to start the motor.
  • Page 22 Wizards The following is an outline of the various wizards; the relevant wiring diagrams, if required are contained in the "Wiring diagrams" section in this chapter. Note Wizards The actual menu structure and the functionality of the IOP will be influenced by the following factors: •...
  • Page 23 Wizards ● All necessary equipment is available and installed correctly, according to the relevant wiring diagram for the specific application wizard. ● All wiring of the Inverter, motor and any other devices used within the application has been completed in accordance with the wiring diagrams included in the appropriate section of this manual.
  • Page 24 Wizards The output voltage can be increased (boosted) in the Inverter using the boost function. The Boost settings wizard guide the user through the correct setting of the boost function. Open-loop fan This is a basic fan application where the fan is under the control of the Inverter. The system comprises of the following components: ●...
  • Page 25 Wizards The analog input is used to set the frequency setpoint. The system comprises the following components: ● Control Module ● Power Module ● Motor ● Pump ● Motor temperature sensor (optional) ● Level sensor (dry run protection - optional). Closed-loop compressor A constant pressure is required to be maintained within a system utilizing the minimum use of energy.
  • Page 26 Wizards ● Feedback sensor ● Level sensor (dry run protection - optional) ● Motor temperature sensor (optional). Closed-loop fan The purpose of the closed-loop controlled fan application is to maintain a constant airflow within a ventilation system, utilizing as little energy as possible. A specific airflow and pressure for the fan system is set within the Inverter and these values are directly monitored using the PID controller.
  • Page 27 Wizards The system comprises of the following components: ● Control Module ● Power Module ● Motor ● Compressor ● Motor temperature sensor (optional). Fan staging with PID this application is used to run several fans in parallel depending on the actual airflow requirement.
  • Page 28 Wizards ● Motor ● Geared motor ● Pumps ● Pressure sensor ● Flow-rate sensor ● Level sensor ● Temperature sensor (optional) Safety commissioning This wizard is designed to allow the user to commission the Inverters with safety-integrated functions. The user is guided through the necessary steps to commission the various safety- integrated functions available, depending upon the type of Control Unit to be used with the user application.
  • Page 29: Example Wizard

    Wizards 4.1 Example wizard Example wizard Overview of wizards The following example of how wizards work on the IOP are purely for demonstration purpose only. It should be understood that the screens, questions and steps for each wizard are dependent on the following influences: ●...
  • Page 30 Wizards 4.1 Example wizard Select "Basic Commissioning..." from the Wizards menu. Select "Yes" or "No" to a factory reset. The factory reset is performed prior to saving all the parameter changes that have been made during the basic commissioning process. Select the Control Mode for the attached motor.
  • Page 31 Wizards 4.1 Example wizard At this stage the wizard will begin to ask for the data relating specifically to the attached motor. The data is obtained from the motor rating plate. The Motor Data screen indicates the frequency characteristic of the attached motor. Input the correct Motor Voltage from the motor rating plate.
  • Page 32 Wizards 4.1 Example wizard 11. Input the correct Motor Speed from the motor rating plate. This value is given in RPM. 12. Select to run or disable Motor Data Identification function. This function, if active, will not start until the first run command is given to the Inverter.
  • Page 33 Wizards 4.1 Example wizard 16. Select the Main Setpoint Source for the speed control of the Inverter/motor system. 17. Select the Additional Setpoint Source for the speed control of the Inverter/motor system. 18. Set the Minimum Speed at which the attached motor should run.
  • Page 34: Basic Commissioning With Iop And P0015 Macros

    Wizards 4.1 Example wizard 21. A summary of all the settings is display. If the settings are correct, select Continue. 22. The final screen gives two options: • Save settings • Cancel Wizard If save is selected, a factory reset will be performed then the settings are saved to the Inverter memory.
  • Page 35 Wizards 4.1 Example wizard Select the Control Mode for the attached motor. Select the correct Motor Data for your Inverter and attached motor. This data is used to calulate the correct speed and displayed values for the application. Select the correct frequency for your Inverter and attached motor.
  • Page 36 Wizards 4.1 Example wizard Input the correct Motor Current from the motor rating plate. 10. Input the correct Power Rating from the motor rating plate. 11. Input the correct Motor Speed from the motor rating plate. This value is given in RPM. 12.
  • Page 37 Wizards 4.1 Example wizard 15. Select the macro that is suitable for your application. Once selected all inputs, outputs, command sources and setpoints will be automatically configured by the software. For further information see the section that details the precise settings for each macro. Please see installation section of this manual.
  • Page 38: Pre-Assignment Of Ios And Wiring For P0015 Macros

    Wizards 4.1 Example wizard 4.1.3 Pre-assignment of IOs and wiring for P0015 Macros Examples of macro (P0015) IO pre-assigments The following examples show the pre-assigned input and output that are setup automatically depending upon the macro that is selected during basic commissioning. The input and output assignments are specific for each individual type of Control Unit and therefore, the information given below is only as an example.
  • Page 39 Wizards 4.1 Example wizard Fixed speeds Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 03/2013, FW V1.4, A5E00110011A4 AB...
  • Page 40 Wizards 4.1 Example wizard Two safety functions This default setting is only possible for the CU240E-2 F, CU240E-2 DP-F and CU240E-2 PN-F Control Units. Automatic/local - Changeover between fieldbus and jog mode Factory setting for converters with PROFIBUS or PROFINET interface: Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 03/2013, FW V1.4, A5E00110011A4 AB...
  • Page 41 Wizards 4.1 Example wizard Motorized potentiometer Applications with analog setpoint Process industry Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 03/2013, FW V1.4, A5E00110011A4 AB...
  • Page 42 Wizards 4.1 Example wizard Two- or three-wire control Macro 12 is the factory setting for converters with the Control Units CU240E-2 and CU240E- 2 F. Communication with a higher-level control via USS Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 03/2013, FW V1.4, A5E00110011A4 AB...
  • Page 43: Wiring Diagrams

    Wizards 4.1 Example wizard 4.1.4 Wiring diagrams Overview Since the purpose of the IOP Wizards are to guide the user through the setting-up and commissioning of applications, some assumptions must be made as to the technical knowledge, qualifications and practical knowledge of the potential user. The user must be a qualified and experienced drives engineer - this is required because they must have a complete understanding of the application that is to be commissioned.
  • Page 44 Wizards 4.1 Example wizard Figure 4-3 Compressor wiring diagram CU240S CU230P-2 CU240E-2 Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 03/2013, FW V1.4, A5E00110011A4 AB...
  • Page 45 Wizards 4.1 Example wizard Figure 4-4 Pump and fan wiring diagram CU240S CU230P-2 CU240E-2 Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 03/2013, FW V1.4, A5E00110011A4 AB...
  • Page 46 Wizards 4.1 Example wizard Figure 4-5 Pump and fan staging wiring diagram CU230P-2 Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 03/2013, FW V1.4, A5E00110011A4 AB...
  • Page 47 Wizards 4.1 Example wizard Figure 4-6 Compressor, pump and fan wiring diagram CU240B-2 and G120C Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 03/2013, FW V1.4, A5E00110011A4 AB...
  • Page 48 Wizards 4.1 Example wizard Wiring diagrams for conveyor applications Figure 4-7 Conveyor application wiring diagram Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 03/2013, FW V1.4, A5E00110011A4 AB...
  • Page 49 Wizards 4.1 Example wizard Configuration Information for conveyor wizard This information allows the user to configure the Inverter for the following applications: ● Roller conveyor with 2 speeds and 2 directions ● Roller conveyor with 2 speeds and 1 direction ●...
  • Page 50 Wizards 4.1 Example wizard Figure 4-8 Rotary conveyor schematic Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 03/2013, FW V1.4, A5E00110011A4 AB...
  • Page 51 Wizards 4.1 Example wizard Figure 4-9 Roller conveyor schematic Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 03/2013, FW V1.4, A5E00110011A4 AB...
  • Page 52 Wizards 4.1 Example wizard Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 03/2013, FW V1.4, A5E00110011A4 AB...
  • Page 53: Control

    Control Overview The Control menu allows the user to change the following settings in real-time: ● Setpoint ● Reverse ● Jog The control menu is accessed from the menu at the bottom-centre of the Status screen, as shown below. Figure 5-1 Status screen with the Control Menu highlighted Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 03/2013, FW V1.4, A5E00110011A4 AB...
  • Page 54 Control Setpoint The setpoint value determines the speed at which the motor runs as a percentage of its full range of motion. To change the setpoint, the following actions should be performed: 1. Rotate the Wheel to select "Control". 2. Press the Wheel to confirm selection. 3.
  • Page 55 Control Reverse The function of the reverse command is to set the direction of rotation of the motor from its normal forward motion. To reverse the direction of the motor, the following actions should be performed: 1. Rotate the Wheel to select "Control". 2.
  • Page 56 Control The Jog function, when selected will allow the motor to be manually rotated by a pre- determined value with each press of . If is pressed continuously, the motor will rotate continuously until is released. To enable or disable the Jog function, the following actions should be performed: 1.
  • Page 57: Menu

    Menu Overview Overview The "Menu" is selected from the three menu options at the bottom of the IOP screen. If the menu options are not displayed, then one press of the Wheel will display the menu options. Menu selection Menu screen When the "Menu"...
  • Page 58: Diagnostics

    Menu 6.2 Diagnostics Diagnostics Diagnostics menu When the diagnostic function is selected the following options are presented: • Active faults/alarms • History • Identification/Maintenance • I/O status • Communications status • I/O simulation • Drive enables Active faults/alarms When this option is selected the screen will display any active faults and alarms that have not yet been acknowledged.
  • Page 59 Menu 6.2 Diagnostics Identification/Maintenance Displays specific technical information regarding the Control Unit and Power Module to which the IOP is attached will be displayed. The actual information displayed depends on the type of Control Unit and Power Module to which the IOP is connected.
  • Page 60 Menu 6.2 Diagnostics Communications status The option displays the status of the fieldbus interface and the details of the settings for the data exchange, for example status words and control word lengths. In the example shown opposite, the status of the fieldbus communications is shown.
  • Page 61 Menu 6.2 Diagnostics For example: • A digital input can be made high without any wires in the terminals. • An analog input or output can be driven to any value without any wires in the terminals. • A digital output can be overridden and made high. The screen presents the following options: •...
  • Page 62: Parameters

    Menu 6.3 Parameters Parameters Parameter menu Note IOP functional support • Devices prior to version 4.2 firmware may not be fully supported by the IOP. • The actual menu structure and functionality of the IOP will be influenced by the following factors: –...
  • Page 63 Menu 6.3 Parameters Figure 6-1 Parameters - Drive Object Selection Parameter groups All parameters This options allows the user access to the individual parameters of the Inverter. The default filter is "Standard" which allows the user access to the most frequently used parameters.
  • Page 64 Menu 6.3 Parameters System Information This screen displays all the parameters that contain system information regarding the Inverter. The majority of these parameters are read-only and are for information purposes only. Inputs/Outputs This option allows access to all the necessary parameters to configure the following signals: •...
  • Page 65 Menu 6.3 Parameters Motor control This option allows the user to view, and if required, change the method by which the Inverter controls the attached motor. It presents the following control functions: • V/f control • Sensorless Vector control The Inverter will not allow the control mode to be changed while the motor is running.
  • Page 66 Menu 6.3 Parameters Application functions This option allows the user direct access to specific application functions parameters as listed below: • Technology controller • Hibernation • Load torque monitoring • Digital time switch • Positioning deceleration ramp • Wobble function •...
  • Page 67 Menu 6.3 Parameters Search by number This option allows the user to search for a specific parameter number. Should the parameter number not exist, then the nearest parameter to the entered value is displayed. Use the Wheel to alter the value of each digit and press the Wheel to confirm.
  • Page 68: Up/Download

    Menu 6.4 Up/Download Up/Download Overview The upload and download options allow the user to save parameter sets to the various memory storage that is available to the system. The following options are presented to the user: • Panel to drive •...
  • Page 69: Extras

    Menu 6.5 Extras Extras Overview The Extras menu presents a number of options for the configuration of the IOP, these are: • Status-screen wizard • Drive identity • Parameter settings • Panel settings Status-screen wizard The status-screen wizard allows the user to configure the information displayed on the status screen.
  • Page 70 Menu 6.5 Extras Select the parameter values that should be displayed on the status screen. Select the required units of measure to be displayed on the status screen. Select the required number of decimal places to be displayed for the choosen units of measure. On completion of the user selections, a summary of the settings is displayed.
  • Page 71 Menu 6.5 Extras When the save has completed successfully, the screen will automatically return to the status screen and display the new status screen as configured in the wizard. Trend view The Trend view allows the user to configure real-time monitoring of the Inverter and display the desired values in the form of a graph.
  • Page 72 Menu 6.5 Extras select the required number of decimal places to be displayed for the choosen units of measure. Set the range value of the Y1 axis. If required, the other axis (Y-axis right) can be configured. Set the required time period for the displayed Trend View.
  • Page 73 Menu 6.5 Extras Select "Save" to save the settings, or select "Cancel Wizard" to exit the Wizard. If "Cancel Wizard" is selected, all changes will be cancelled and the Status Screen will return to the last set Status Screen settings. When the save has completed successfully, the screen will automatically return to the Status Screen and display the new Status Screen as configured in...
  • Page 74 Menu 6.5 Extras Figure 6-2 Trend information file Parameter settings Drive factory reset The option allows the user to restore the Inverter to its factory default settings. Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 03/2013, FW V1.4, A5E00110011A4 AB...
  • Page 75 Menu 6.5 Extras Parameter filter This option allows the user to select the parameter access level. Standard is the default access level, which gives the user access to the most frequently used parameters. Expert level gives access to all available parameters. Default dataset This option allows the user to determine which is the default command dataset when viewing or selecting a new default...
  • Page 76 Menu 6.5 Extras Save RAM to ROM This option allows the user to manual save all drive data from the Inverters internal memory to the internal non- volatile memory - thus data save will be retained within the Inverter until it is overwritten. Drive identity This option allows the user to display the technical details of the components that comprise the Inverter system.
  • Page 77 Menu 6.5 Extras Operator panel factory reset This option resets the IOP to its default factory settings. All previous settings stored on the IOP will be lost. Any parameter sets stored on the IOP will not be deleted. Display backlight This option allows the user to change intensity of the display lighting.
  • Page 78: Write Protection

    Menu 6.6 Write Protection Panel identity The panel identity screen displays the following technical information regarding the IOP: • IOP firmware version • menu description version • Parameter description version • Menu texts version • Parameter name index version • Wizard description version. Display mode Display mode allows the user to select the manner in which text is displayed.
  • Page 79 Menu 6.6 Write Protection Parameter Function p3985 Sets the mode to change over the master control / LOCAL mode. p7761 Activate/Deactivate write protection function. p9400 Safely remove memory card. p9484 BICO interconnection searches signal source. Note Fieldbus communications using CAN, BACnet and MODBUS When using these fieldbus communications protocols it is still possible to change the parameter factory settings, even if the write protection function is active.
  • Page 80 Menu 6.6 Write Protection Input "07761" then press "OK". The screen will automatically display the parameter in the "All Parameters" menu. The write protection parameter is highlighted. Note that the current status of the write protection function is shown below the parameter name.
  • Page 81: Know-How Protection

    Menu 6.7 Know-how Protection Know-how Protection Introduction Know-how Protection (KHP) has been designed to allow machine manufacturers to completely hide all the modified parameters of the Inverter. This means that not only can these parameters not be changed, they are not visible to the end-user of the system. Note Technical support for active KHP If KHP is activated and technical support is required, this will only be possible with the...
  • Page 82 Menu 6.7 Know-how Protection Parameter Function P7767 [0...29] KHP new password. Allows a new or an initial password to be created for KHP. P7768 [0...29] KHP password confirmation. Activating/deactivating Know-how protection (KHP) overview Before the KHP function can be activated for the first time the following steps should be performed (a simplified flowchart to show the process is given in the figure below).
  • Page 83 Menu 6.7 Know-how Protection Figure 6-3 KHP function flowchart Setting up the exception list As previously stated, after commissioning the Inverter and checking that parameters have been set correctly, the number of parameters to included in the exception list must be determined and set in parameter p7763.
  • Page 84 Menu 6.7 Know-how Protection Select "Menu" from the main screen. Select "Parameters" from the menu. Select "Search by number" from the Parameters menu. Input "07763" then press "OK" Parameter p7763 is displayed. Press "OK" to edit the parameter. Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 03/2013, FW V1.4, A5E00110011A4 AB...
  • Page 85 Menu 6.7 Know-how Protection Input the number of parameters to be included in the exception list. Important note: Although the maximum range shown on the screen is 65535, the maximum number of parameters in the exception list must not exceed 500. Creating the exception list To create the list of parameters that will be included in the exception list, the following procedure should be performed:...
  • Page 86 Menu 6.7 Know-how Protection Parameter p7764 is displayed. Press "OK" to edit the parameter. Indices "0" of P7764 is highlighted and shows that it already has the value 7766, which is the password entry parameter. This parameter must not be removed from the exception list.
  • Page 87 Menu 6.7 Know-how Protection Setting the password When setting the password for the KHP function the user should take note of the following guidlelines: ● The password can be up to thirty characters in length. ● Password entry must start with p7766 [0]. ●...
  • Page 88 Menu 6.7 Know-how Protection Figure 6-4 ASCII decimal code table To set a new password the following procedure should be performed: The example password given previously in this section will be used as the password that will be entered as the new password. Select "Menu"...
  • Page 89 Menu 6.7 Know-how Protection Select "Search by number" from the Parameters menu. Input "07767" then press "OK" Parameter p7767 is displayed. Press "OK" to edit the [0] index of the parameter. Enter the ASCII code for "M" (77), then press "OK" The screen will return to p7767 index 0 and shows the value previously set.
  • Page 90 Menu 6.7 Know-how Protection Select the next index and then press "OK" to edit the index. Enter the ASCII code for "a" (97), then press "OK" The screen will return to p7767 index 1 and shows the value previously set. Select the next index and then press "OK"...
  • Page 91 Menu 6.7 Know-how Protection The screen will return to p7767 index 2 and shows the value previously set. Scroll down to p7767 index 29 and then press "OK" Because the password is less than 30 characters, p7767 index 29 must contain the value 0. Ensure that all the digits are zero (0), then press "OK"...
  • Page 92 Menu 6.7 Know-how Protection Confirming the password Once the new password has been entered as shown above, the password needs to be confirmed using parameter p7768. To confirm the password, the following procedure should be performed: From the final screen of setting the password press "ESC"...
  • Page 93 Menu 6.7 Know-how Protection Select the next index and then press "OK" to edit the index. Enter the ASCII code for "a" (97), then press "OK" The screen will return to p7768 index 1 and shows the value previously set. Select the next index and then press "OK"...
  • Page 94 Menu 6.7 Know-how Protection The screen will return to p7768 index 2 and shows the value previously set. Scroll down to p7768 index 29, and press "OK" Because the password is less than 30 characters, p7768 index 29 must contain the value 0. Ensure that all digits are zero (0) and then press "OK"...
  • Page 95: Options

    Options Door mounting kit To allow the IOP to be mounted into the door of a cabinet, the door mounting kit (DMK) has been designed. This will allow the IOP to be fitted to the front of a panel or door and be IP54 rated.
  • Page 96 Options 7.2 Hand-held device Figure 7-2 Door mounting kit drilling pattern The depth of the panel or cabinet door should be between 1 mm to 3 mm The IOP Door Mounting Kit can be ordered using the following order number: 6SL3256-0AP00-0JA0 Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 03/2013, FW V1.4, A5E00110011A4 AB...
  • Page 97: Hand-Held Device

    Options 7.2 Hand-held device Hand-held device WARNING Charging unit • The charging unit for the rechargeable batteries is contained within the hand-held device for the sole purpose of charging rechargeable batteries. • The charging unit contained within the hand-held device should not be used with standard "AA"...
  • Page 98 Options 7.2 Hand-held device Note Battery lifetime With the supplied rechargeable batteries in a fully-charged state they should last for approximately 10 hours; the use of normal "AA" batteries may last considerably less time. Industrial environment The IOP has been designed for use within a Class A Industrial environment only. Disposal of batteries The batteries supplied with the IOP must be disposed of in accordance with local and national environmental policies.
  • Page 99 Options 7.2 Hand-held device Figure 7-3 IOP hand-held kit layout 1. Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) 2. IOP release catch 3. ON/OFF switch 4. Charging LED - ON when charging, OFF when charged 5. 9-pin Sub-D male connector (RS232) 6. Charging unit input 7.
  • Page 100 Options 7.2 Hand-held device Fitting the batteries The hand-held device is powered by four 'AA' rechargeable batteries; these batteries are supplied with the hand-held kit. The batteries are fitted as shown in the figure below. Figure 7-4 Installing batteries for handheld kit Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 03/2013, FW V1.4, A5E00110011A4 AB...
  • Page 101: Technical Data

    Technical data Technical specifications IOP technical data Table 8- 1 IOP and Door mounting kit specifications Feature IOP only Door mounting kit Protection Depending upon the Control Unit IP rating to a max. of IP54 Dimensions (HxWxD) 106.86 mm x 70 mm x 30.06 mm (Depth includes width of wheel) Net weight 0.134 Kg (0.295 lbs)
  • Page 102 Technical data 8.1 Technical specifications Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 03/2013, FW V1.4, A5E00110011A4 AB...
  • Page 103: Index

    Index Status-screen wizard, 69 Fixed speed, 39 Activating/deactivating write protection, 79 functional support, 10 Active faults/alarms, 58 Analog setpoint, 41 AUTO mode, 11 GSD, 39, 40, 41 Basic commissioning wizard, 29 HAND mode, 11 Hand-Held Kit, 9 History, 58 Changed parameters, 67 Communications status, 60 Control Jog, 56...
  • Page 104 Index Creating the exception list, 85 Default dataset, 75 Parameters, 81 Drive factory reset, 74 Setting the password, 87 Parameter filter, 75 Setting up the exception list, 83 Parameter saving mode, 75 Save RAM to ROM, 76 Process industry, 41 push-wheel, 11 Language selection, 17 Lighting duration, 18...
  • Page 105 Index Pump and fan staging, 46 Wizards Basic commissioning, 21, 24 Boost, 21, 23 Closed Loop Compressor, 21 Closed Loop Fan, 21 Closed Loop Pump, 21 Closed-loop compressor, 25 Closed-loop fan, 26 Closed-loop pump, 25 Fan staging with PID, 27 Open Loop Compressor, 21 Open Loop Fan, 21 Open Loop Pump, 21...

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