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February, 2013
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Q9 Plus ASD
Quick Start Guide

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  • Page 1 February, 2013 Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 2 Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide Document Number: 68250-000 February, 2013...
  • Page 3 This guide has been prepared to enable installers, users, and maintenance personnel to maximize the abilities of the Q9 Plus ASD. With this in mind, use this guide to develop a system familiarity before attempting to install or operate the device. This guide may also be used as a reference source or for...
  • Page 4 The sales contract contains the entire obligation of Toshiba International Corporation. The warranty contained in the contract between the parties is the sole warranty of Toshiba International Corporation and any statements contained herein do not create new warranties or modify the existing warranty.
  • Page 5 Toshiba International Corporation. © Copyright 2013 Toshiba International Corporation. TOSHIBA ® is a registered trademark of Toshiba Corporation. All other product or trade references appearing in this guide are registered trademarks of their respective owners.
  • Page 6 Q9 Plus Adjustable Speed Drive Please complete the Warranty Card supplied with the ASD and return it to Toshiba International Corporation by prepaid mail. This will activate the 12 month warranty from the date of installation; but, shall not exceed 18 months from the shipping date.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Terminal Descriptions....................18 I/O Circuit Configurations .....................22 Typical Connection Diagram ..................23 Startup and Test ......................24 Electronic Operator Interface ....................25 EOI Operation ........................25 Battery Backup .........................25 EOI Features ........................26 LED/LCD Screens ......................27 Using the LCD Screen ....................28 Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 8 Trips ..........................78 Viewing Trip Information ....................83 Clearing a Trip .......................83 Part Numbering Convention and Enclosure Dimensions ..........84 Part Numbering Convention .....................84 Enclosure Dimensions ......................85 Voltage/Current Specifications .....................91 Cable/Terminal Specifications ....................93 Short Circuit Protection Recommendations ...............95 Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 9: General Safety Information

    The word CAUTION without the safety alert symbol indicates that a potentially hazardous situation exists that, if not avoided or if instructions are not followed precisely, may result in equipment or property damage. CAUTION Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 10: Special Symbols

    Be trained in the proper care and use of protective equipment such as safety shoes, rubber gloves, hard hats, safety glasses, face shields, flash clothing, etc., in accordance with established safety practices. For further information on workplace safety, visit www.osha.gov. Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 11: Equipment Inspection

    • The storage temperature range of the Q9 Plus ASD is -13° to 149° F (-25° to 65° C). • DO NOT store the unit in places that are exposed to outside weather conditions (i.e., wind, rain, snow, etc.).
  • Page 12: Installation Precautions

    Installation and Connections on pg. 10 for further information on ventilation requirements. • The ambient operating temperature range of the Q9 Plus ASD is 14° to 104° F (-10° to 40° C). Mounting Requirements • Only Qualified Personnel should install this equipment.
  • Page 13: Conductor Routing And Grounding

    Grounding Capacitor Switch. See figures 4, 5, 6, and 7 on pg. 15 for an electrical depiction of the leakage-reduction functionality of the Grounding Capacitor Switch and the methods used to set the capacitance value. Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 14: Power Connections

    A supplemental emergency stopping system should be used with the ASD. Emergency stopping should not be a task of the ASD alone. • Follow all warnings and precautions, and DO NOT exceed equipment ratings. Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 15: System Integration Precautions

    DO NOT allow personnel near electrical conductors. Contact with electrical conductors can be fatal. Warning signs to this effect shall be posted at or near the hazard. • Personal protection equipment shall be provided and used to protect employees from any hazards inherent to system operation. Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 16: System Setup Requirements

    The Dynamic Braking function is NOT used with the Q9 Plus ASD. • DO NOT attempt to configure or connect the DBR function to the Q9 Plus ASD. • Attempts to configure or adapt the ASD to use the Dynamic Braking function may result in system damage or injury to personnel.
  • Page 17: Operational And Maintenance Precautions

    Inspect the system annually (as a minimum) for damaged or improperly functioning parts, cleanliness, and to ensure that the connectors are tightened securely. Inspect more frequently when operating in a harsh environment or when used on a high-output-demand application. Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 18: Installation And Connections

    ASD damage. The Q9 Plus ASD input voltage should remain within 10% of the specified input voltage range. Input voltages approaching the upper- or lower-limit settings may require that the over-voltage and under- voltage stall protection level parameters be adjusted.
  • Page 19: Mounting The Asd

    DO NOT operate the ASD with the enclosure door open. The ambient operating temperature rating of the Q9 Plus ASD is 14° to 104° F (-10° to 40° C). When installing multiple ASDs horizontally, Toshiba recommends at least 5 cm of space between adjacent units.
  • Page 20: Connecting The Asd

    Figure 20 on pg. 23). PA/+ and PB are used for the DBR connection. The DBR function is NOT used on the Q9 Plus ASD. PC/- is the negative terminal of the DC bus. R/L1, S/L2, and T/L3 are the 3-phase input supply terminals for the ASD.
  • Page 21 In the event that the motor rotates in the wrong direction when powered up, reverse any two of the three ASD output power leads connected to the motor. Figure 3. Q9 Plus ASD/Motor Typical Connection Diagram. Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 22: System Grounding

    System Grounding Proper grounding helps to prevent electrical shock and to reduce electrical noise. The Q9 Plus ASD is designed to be grounded in accordance with Article 250 of the NEC or Section 10/Part One of the Canadian Electrical Code (CEC).
  • Page 23 Screw is used on typeforms — 460-volt 175 HP and above. The value may be set to Large or Small (default setting) by placing the screw in the A position or by placing the screw in the B position, respectively. Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 24: Lead Length Specifications

    Exceeding the peak voltage rating or the allowable thermal rise time of the motor  insulation will reduce the life expectancy of the motor.  When operating in the Vector Control mode the carrier frequency should be set to 2.2 kHz or above. Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 25: I/o And Control

    To use the input lines of the Terminal Board to provide Run commands the Command Mode setting must be set to Terminal Block. Figure 20 on pg. 23 shows the typical connection diagram for the Q9 Plus ASD system. Table 2. Terminal Board Terminal Names and Functions. Function (Default Setting If Programmable) Terminal Name Input/Output Circuit Config.
  • Page 26: Terminal Descriptions

    Installation & Operation Manual. The S3 terminal is activated by connecting CC to this terminal (Sink mode). This input terminal may be programmed to any of the functions listed in the Q9 Plus Installation & Operation Manual (see F117). Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 27 +SU backup power. The Q9 Plus ASD is equipped with an EOI-mounted battery for this function. The battery backup has the added feature of allowing for the transfer of the EOI to another ASD while retaining the control programming.
  • Page 28 Figure 8. FLA, FLB, and FLC Switching Contacts Shown in the Normal Operating Condition. Note: The relay is shown in the normal operating condition. During a faulted condition the relay SW301 connection is FLC-to-FLA. Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 29 See the section titled Terminal Descriptions on pg. 18 for terminal descriptions. See the section titled Cable/Terminal Specifications on pg. 93 for information on the proper cable/ terminal sizes and torque specifications when making Terminal Board connections. Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 30: I/o Circuit Configurations

    Figure 12. RX Input. Figure 13. V/I Input. Figure 14. P24 Output. Figure 15. PP Output. Figure 16. OUT1/OUT2 Output. Figure 17. FP Output. Figure 18. AM/FM Output. Figure 19. Fault Relay (shown not faulted). Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 31: Typical Connection Diagram

    Typical Connection Diagram Figure 20. The Q9 Plus ASD Typical Connection Diagram. Note: When connecting multiple wires to any of ASD terminals, do not connect a solid wire and a stranded wire to the same terminal. Note: The AM, FM, and the +SU analog terminals are referenced to CC.
  • Page 32: Startup And Test

    • The 3-phase input voltage is within the specified tolerance. • There are no shorts and all grounds are secure. • All personnel are at a safe distance away from the motor and/or the motor-driven equipment. Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 33: Electronic Operator Interface

    The software used with the Q9 Plus ASD is menu driven; thus, making it a select and click environment. The operating parameters of a motor may be selected and viewed or changed using the EOI (or via communications).
  • Page 34: Eoi Features

    LED screen information in expanded normal text. Rotary Encoder — Used to access the Q9 Plus ASD menu selections, change the value of a displayed parameter, and perform the Enter key function. Turn the Rotary Encoder either clockwise or counterclockwise to perform the Up or Down functions of the displayed menu selection.
  • Page 35: Led/lcd Screens

    Hand mode. Initiates an Emergency Off command if pressed twice quickly from the Hand or Auto modes. The Emergency Off function terminates the Q9 Plus ASD output and will apply the stopping method selected at F603. Resets active Faults and/or active Alarms if pressed twice quickly. The source of the Fault or Alarm must be determined and corrected before normal ASD operation can resume.
  • Page 36: Using The Lcd Screen

    ASD Output Voltage Figure 24. Program Menu Screen (see pg. 29 for more on the Program Menu Screen). Item Number 1 of 15 Program Menu items Screen Name (only 5 items listed) Primary Menu Items Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 37: System Configuration And Menu Options

    System Configuration and Menu Options Root Menu Items The Mode key accesses the three primary modes of the Q9 Plus ASD: the Frequency Command mode, the Monitor mode, and the Program mode. From either mode, press the Mode key to loop through to the...
  • Page 38: Eoi Command Mode

    Torque Limit Group — This group is used to select preset positive torque limits to apply to the active motor (of a multiple motor configuration). The settings may be accessed at F440, F441, F442, and F443, respectively. VLP Technology Control — This setting enables or disables the Virtual Linear Pump function. Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 39: Monitor Mode

    Compensation Frequency — Displays the Output Frequency after the application of the slip compensation correction value (post compensation frequency). DBR OL (Overload) Real (not used) — Displays the real-time DBR Overload value as a percentage of the Dynamic Braking Resistor capacity. Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 40 Feedback (1 Second) — Provides a status of the 1-Second Averaging feedback in Hz. Torque — Displays the Output Torque as a percentage of the rated capacity of the Q9 Plus ASD. Torque Reference — Displays the Torque Reference as a percentage of the maximum torque available.
  • Page 41 Past Trip 3 — Past trip information or None. Past Trip 4 — Past trip information or None. Note: An improper Q9 Plus ASD setup may cause some trips — reset the Q9 Plus ASD to the Factory Default settings before pursuing a systemic malfunction (Program ...
  • Page 42: Program Mode Menu Navigation

    Setup Wizard Transducer Maximum Reading F393 Transducer Minimum Reading F403 Virtual Linear Pump Maximum (Threshold) F395 Set Virtual Linear Pump: Transducer Value Virtual Linear Pump Minimum (Threshold) F394 Set Virtual Linear Pump: Transducer Value Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 43 Low Suction/No-Flow Cut Off Input Terminal 5 (S1) Function F115 Low Suction/No-Flow Cut Off Fault Disposition F450 Sealing Water Mode F485 Sealing Water Input Terminal 5 (S1) Function F115 Output Terminal 1 (OUT1) Function F130 Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 44 Selection Frequency Priority Selection F200 Frequency Mode 2 F207 Frequency Mode Priority Switching Frequency F208 FM Output Terminal Function F005 ERMINAL Analog Output FM Output Terminal Adjustment F006 Terminals FM Output Gradient Characteristic F682 Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 45 Input Terminal 1 (F) Response Time F140 Input Terminal 2 (R) Response Time F141 Input Terminal Delays Input Terminal 4 (RES) Response Time F143 Input Terminal 5–12 Response Time F144 Input Terminal 13–20 Response Time F145 Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 46 ASD Side Switching Delay Time F356 Commercial Power Side Switching Delay Time F357 Commercial Power Switching Frequency Hold Time F358 Output Terminal 1 (OUT1) Function F130 Output Terminals Output Terminal 2 (OUT2) Function F131 Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 47 Integral Output Power Retention F748 Integral Output Power Display Unit F749 Select Language Display the Startup Wizard Next Power-Up? Hand/Auto Key Command Override rohibited Hand/Auto Key Frequency Override Prohibition Show Uninitialized Parameters at Changed From Default Screen Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 48 Low Suction/No-Flow Cut Off Alarm Time-Based Alternation Alarm Float Active Type Reset Type Reset (Reset Selections) F007 Set Real-Time Clock Real-Time Clock eal-Time Hours:Minutes:Seconds Setup Month Day Year Trip Number Trip History (read-only) Trip Type Hours:Minutes:Seconds Month/Day/Year Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 49 Changed From Default Display Changed Parameters ontrast Contrast Contrast Adjustment 4-digit LED Display Item 4-digit LED Display Item while in Virtual Linear Pump Main Monitor Mode Selections Monitor 1 Monitor 2 Trace Trace Selection F740 Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 50 F604 Low-Current Trip F610 Low-Current Detection Current F611 Low-Current Settings Low-Current Detection Time F612 Low-Current Detection Current Hysteresis Width F609 Motor Overload Protection Configuration F017 Overload Overload Reduction Start Frequency F606 ASD Overload F631 Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 51 Regenerative Power Ridethrough Mode F302 Under-Voltage Trip F627 Under-Voltage/ Under-Voltage Detection Level F625 Ridethrough Under-Voltage (Trip Alarm) Detection Time F628 Regenerative Power Ridethrough Control Level F629 Special Protection Short Circuit Detection at Start F613 Parameters Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 52 Preset Speeds Preset Speed 8 F287 Preset Speed 9 F288 Preset Speed 10 F289 Preset Speed 11 F290 Preset Speed 12 F291 Preset Speed 13 F292 Preset Speed 14 F293 Preset Speed 15 F294 Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 53 PG Input Point 2 Setting F236 PG Input Point 2 Frequency F237 V/I Input Bias F470 V/I Input Gain F471 RR Input Bias F472 RR Input Gain F473 RX Input Bias F474 RX Input Gain F475 Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 54 Run Frequency F241 Frequency Control Run Frequency Hysteresis F242 End Frequency F243 0 Hz Dead Band Signal F244 0 Hz Command Output F255 Special Parameters Exciting Strengthening Coefficient F415 Annual Average Ambient Temperature F634 Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 55 F498 PM Motor Constant 2 (Q-Axis Inductance) F499 PM Motor Step-Out Detection-Current Level (For PM Motors) F640 Step-Out Detection-Current Time (For PM Motors) F641 Autotune 1 F400 Vector Motor Model Slip Frequency Gain F401 Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 56 F322 Drooping Insensitive Torque F323 Drooping Output Filter F324 PID Control Switching F359 PID Feedback Signal F360 Feedback Settings PID Feedback Delay Filter F361 PID Feedback Proportional Gain F362 PID Feedback Integral Gain F363 Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 57 F379 My Function Selection My Function Operating Mode F977 UNCTION Input Function Target 1 F900 Input Function Command 1 F901 My Function Unit 1 Input Function Target 2 F902 Input Function Command 2 F903 Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 58 F944 Input Function Target 3 F945 Output Function Assigned F946 Input Function Target 1 F947 Input Function Command 1 F948 My Function Unit 6 Input Function Target 2 F949 Input Function Command 2 F950 Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 59 Analog Input Function Target 11 F959 Analog Function Assigned Object 11 F961 My Function Analog Analog Input Function Target 21 F962 Analog Function Assigned Object 21 F964 My Function Monitor Monitor Output Function 11 (2000–3099=FD00–FE99) F965 Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 60 Network Option Reset Setting F899 Frequency Point Selection F810 Point 1 Setting F811 Communication Point 1 Frequency F812 Adjustments Point 2 Setting F813 Point 2 Frequency F814 Baud Rate (4-Wire RS485) F820 BACnet Settings ASD Number F802 Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 61 IP Master Data 4 F592 I/O Scan Permission F593 Communication Time-Out (Modbus) F594 MAC Address 1 F784 MAC Address 2 F785 MAC Address 3 F786 MAC Address 4 F787 MAC Address 5 F788 MAC Address 6 F789 Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 62 Communication Option Setting 8 F837 Communication Option Setting 9 F838 Communication Option Setting 10 F841 Communication Option Setting 11 F842 Communication Option Setting 12 F843 Communication Option Setting 13 F844 Communication Option Setting 14 F845 Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 63 ASD Operation at Disconnection F851 Preset Speed Operation F852 Communication Option Station Address Monitor F853 Communication Option Speed Switch Monitor F854 DeviceNet/CC-Link assword Enter Password ASSWORD nd Lockout Change Password Password Lock Outs Lock Outs Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 64: System Operation

    The Startup Wizard launches upon the first power up of the system and assists with the initial configuration of the input power settings and the output parameters of the Q9 Plus ASD. The Q9 Plus ASD may also be setup via communications, by accessing the individual parameters via the menu hierarchy, or by using the Direct Access Parameters/Numbers.
  • Page 65: Default Setting Changes

    Pressing ESC when done searching (or halted at a changed parameter) returns the system to the Program Menu. Pressing the Mode key when finished searching or when halted at a changed parameter returns the system to the primary menu loop. Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 66: Startup Wizard Requirements

    Startup Wizard Requirements The Startup Wizard assists the user with the initial configuration of the Q9 Plus ASD by querying the user for information on the ASD control settings, motor ratings, and ASD display units. The Q9 Plus ASD may also be setup by directly accessing each of the settings via the Program menu or by using the Direct Access Number of each parameter.
  • Page 67 This parameter allows the user to input the full-load amperage (FLA) of the motor. This value is used by the Q9 Plus ASD to determine the Motor Overload Protection setting for the motor and may be found on the nameplate of the motor.
  • Page 68 10 — UP/DOWN Frequency 11 — Optional RP Pulse Input 12 — Optional High-Speed Pulse Input 10. Display Units This screen sets the display units for current and voltage. Settings: 0 — % 1 — A/V (Amp/Volt) Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 69 11. Wizard Finished! This screen is the final screen of the Startup Wizard. The basic parameters of the Q9 Plus ASD have been set. Click Exit to load the Startup Wizard input and to return to the Frequency Command screen.
  • Page 70: Virtual Linear Pump Setup

    Virtual Linear Pump Setup Toshiba International Corporation’s Virtual Linear Pump algorithm allows for direct and precise control of pressure, flow rate, or level. This is achieved without the concerns, instabilities, or complexities that are traditionally associated with pumping system control. This section provides useful setup and operational information for the Virtual Linear Pump system.
  • Page 71 • The output frequency is greater than the setting of F505, or • The output frequency no longer changes with continued Virtual Linear Pump number changes. The Minimum threshold setting (F394) plus the F398 setting comprises the range of the Minimum threshold setting. Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 72 (if using feedback, go to Step 22. on pg. 65). 20. While in the Hand mode, press Press ESC Run. 21. While running, adjust parameters F500 and F501 to stabilize operation if unstable. Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 73 (if not using feedback, go to Step 19. on pg. 64). 23. While in the Hand mode, press Run. 24. During operation, adjust Press ESC parameters F500 and F501 to stabilize operation if unstable. Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 74: Bacnet® Setup

    Q9 Plus ASD to monitor and control HVAC systems. ® Perform the following parameter changes to allow the Q9 Plus ASD to communicate with the BACnet network: 1. Set parameter F802 to select a unique number (Station ID) within the network for the ASD being configured.
  • Page 75: Bacnet® Inputs, Outputs, And Values

    Binary Input #5 OUT 6 Monitors the status of the OUT 6 open OUT 6* On/Off (BI5) Status collector output * The ETB004Z expansion I/O card is required to use this input. R = Read-only Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 76 Reached/No (BV8) Binary Value #10 Run/Stop Cmd Commands the drive to start Start/Stop (BV10) Binary Value #11 Fwd/Rev Cmd Commands the rotation direction of the drive Rev/Fwd (BV11) R = Read-only; C = Commandable Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 77 Analog Input #4 Percent (%) AI2* AI2 Level Input level of the AI2 analog input (AI4) of full scale * The ETB004Z expansion I/O card is required to use this input. R = Read-only Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 78 Total Input Power Total cumulative power consumed by the drive (AV8) Analog Value #9 Total Output Power Total cumulative power consumed by the motor (AV9) Analog Value #10 PID Fbck PID feedback value (AV10) Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 79 Decel Time 1 Changes Deceleration Time 1 (F010) (AV24) ® * Refer to the BACnet Option Unit Function Manual for the list of fault codes. R = Read-only; C = Commandable; W = Writable Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 80: Alarms, Trips, And Troubleshooting

    EOI for the duration of the activation. If a user setting or a Q9 Plus ASD parameter has been exceeded, or if a data transfer function produces an unexpected result, a condition that is referred to as a Fault is incurred.
  • Page 81: User Notification Codes

    No active errors. No Error nErr Virtual Linear Pump function is operating at the Low-Frequency Virtual Linear Pump LOFr Low Frequency Limit setting. Virtual Linear Pump function is enabled and active. Virtual Linear Pump On Pump Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 82: Alarms And Trips

    Alarm screen. Table 10 lists the Alarm codes that may be displayed during operation of the Q9 Plus ASD. Each alarm code listed is accompanied by a description and a possible cause. In the event that the source of the malfunction cannot be determined, contact the TIC Customer Support Center for further information on the condition and for an appropriate course of action.
  • Page 83 • Under-Voltage/Ridethrough settings require adjustment. • V/f setting requires adjustment. • Motor is locked. Motor Overload. Motor Overload • Continuous operation at low speed. • Motor is improperly matched to the load. * Reset ignored if active. Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 84 Overload Soft Stall • Soft Stall selection adjustment is required Soft Stall OLST Active. (F017). Option Thermal Sensor • User-set thermal threshold setting of F646 is Thermal Err Threshold Exceeded. exceeded. * Reset ignored if active. Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 85 Table 10. Alarms. (Continued) Alarm Description Possible Cause Screen Screen Output Current of the • Disable detection at F610. ASD is Below the Level Under-Current • Parameter F611 adjustment is required. Defined at F611. Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 86: Trips

    Faults that may be displayed at the EOI and the possible causes. When a Trip is incurred, the system displays the Fault screen. The Fault screen displays the active Fault. Note: See FC90 of the Q9 Plus ASD for the Communications Error Code number of the active fault. Table 11. Fault Codes.
  • Page 87 The event that caused the trip(s) must be corrected or must decrease to less than the threshold value required to cause the trip to allow for a Reset to be recognized. In the event of multiple active trips, the trip displayed will remain until all faults are corrected and cleared. Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 88 The event that caused the trip(s) must be corrected or must decrease to less than the threshold value required to cause the trip to allow for a Reset to be recognized. In the event of multiple active trips, the trip displayed will remain until all faults are corrected and cleared. Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 89 The event that caused the trip(s) must be corrected or must decrease to less than the threshold value required to cause the trip to allow for a Reset to be recognized. In the event of multiple active trips, the trip displayed will remain until all faults are corrected and cleared. Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 90 The event that caused the trip(s) must be corrected or must decrease to less than the threshold value required to cause the trip to allow for a Reset to be recognized. In the event of multiple active trips, the trip displayed will remain until all faults are corrected and cleared. Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 91: Viewing Trip Information

    Note: Trip records are comprised of the full list of monitored parameters (28). Clearing a Trip Once the cause of the trip has been corrected, performing a Reset re-enables the Q9 Plus ASD for normal operation. The record of a trip may also be cleared using one of the following methods: •...
  • Page 92: Part Numbering Convention And Enclosure Dimensions

    The Type 1 enclosed versions of these drives meet or exceed the specification UL 50- 1995, the Standard for Heating and Cooling Equipment, and complies with the applicable requirements for installation in a compartment handling conditioned air. Note: All Toshiba ASD enclosures carry an IP20 rating. Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 93: Enclosure Dimensions

    Enclosure Dimensions Table 13. 230-Volt Q9 Plus ASD Systems. Mounting Hole Dimensions Enclosure ASD HP Model No. (in/mm) Frame Figure Width Height Depth Rating VT130Q9+ Number (in/mm) (in/mm) (in/mm) 2015 5.1/130 10.0/254 6.0/152 8.7/220 4.5/114 2025 0.217/5.5 2035 0.098/2.5 6.1/155 11.1/281 9.8/249 5.4/138...
  • Page 94 Table 14. 460-Volt Q9 Plus ASD Systems. Mounting Hole Dimensions Model Enclosure (in/mm) Frame Number Figure Width Height Depth Rating VT130Q9+ Number (in/mm) (in/mm) (in/mm) 4015 4025 5.1/130 10.0/254 6.0/152 8.7/220 4.5/114 4035 0.217/5.5 0.098/2.5 4055 Figure 33 6.1/155 11.1/281 9.8/249 5.4/138...
  • Page 95 Figure 33. See Table 13 for Actual Dimensions. Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 96 Figure 34. See Table 13 for Actual Dimensions. Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 97 Figure 35. See Table 13 for Actual Dimensions. Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 98 Figure 36. See Table 13 for Actual Dimensions. Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 99: Voltage/current Specifications

    Input Voltage 2110 32.2 A 35.4 A (±10%) Level (Max.) 2160 48.3 A 53.1 A 2220 62.1 A 68.3 A 2270 78.2 A 86.0 A 2330 92.0 A 101 A 2400 120 A 132 A Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 100 156 A 172 A 415K 180 A 198 A 420K 240 A 264 A 425K 302 A 332 A 430K 361 A 397 A 435K 414 A 455 A 440K 477 A 525 A Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 101: Cable/terminal Specifications

    Q9 Plus ASD. Note: Cable/Terminal specifications are based on the rated current of the Q9 Plus ASD and Do Not include the 10% Service Factor. Note: Use only 75°...
  • Page 102 Table 18. 460-Volt Q9 Plus ASD Cable/Terminal/Torque Specifications. Terminal Wire/Cable Size Lug Size Range Board Wire Torque Size Model AWG or kcmil Number VT130Q9+ Wire-Size/Lug-Capacity for In-Lbs./N·m Input/Output Power Input/Output Power TB1 – 4 Recommended Maximum 3Ø-Input 3Ø-Output 3Ø-Input 3Ø-Output...
  • Page 103: Short Circuit Protection Recommendations

    HLL36100 4400 HLL36125 4500 HLL36150 4600 JLL36200 4750 JLL36225 410K JLL36250 412K LIL36300 415K LIL36300 420K LIL36400 425K LIL36400 430K Contact TIC Customer Service 435K Contact TIC Customer Service 440K Contact TIC Customer Service Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 104 Emergency Off, 27 Emergency Off Settings, 42 Enclosure Dimensions, 84 EOI Features, 26 EOI Operation, 25 Cable/Terminal Specifications, 93 EOI Remote Mounting, 25 Carrier Frequency, 46 Equipment Inspection, 3 CC, 17 CCA, 17 Exciting Current, 32 Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 105 Input Terminal 16 (LI8) Function, 38 O2A/B (OUT2), 17 Input Terminal Delays, 37 Operation (Hand), 56 Installation and Connections, 10 Operation Panel Parameters, 47 Installation Notes, 10 Operational and Maintenance Precautions, 9 Installation Precautions, 4 OUT1, 19 Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 106 System Integration Precautions, 7 System Operation, 56 Q9 Plus Part Numbering Convention, 84 Qualified Personnel, 2 T/L3, 12 TB1, 21 TB2, 21 R, 17, 18 TB3, 21 R/L1, 12 Reach Settings, 39 TB4, 21 Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 107 Voltage and Frequency Rating of the Motor, 58 Volts per Hertz Setting, 59 U/T1, 12 UL 1995, 84 Under-Voltage/Ridethrough, 43 W/T3, 12 UP/DOWN Frequency Functions, 44 Warranty Card, 2 Upper-Limit Frequency, 58 User Notification codes, 73 Wizard Finish, 61 Q9 Plus ASD Quick Start Guide...
  • Page 108 TOSHIBA TOSHIBA INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION INDUSTRIAL DIVISION 13131 West Little York Road, Houston, TX 77041-5807 US (800) 231-1412 CAN (800) 872-2192 MEX 01 (800) 527-1204 FAX: (713) 466-8773 http://www.toshiba.com/ind/ Printed in the U.S.A.

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