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Siemens Midimaster Eco Reference Manual

Hvac-frequency inverter for fans and pumps from 0.75 kw to 315 kw.
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  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    SUPPLY TOLERANCE............... 8-1 SUPPLY DISTURBANCE............8-2 UNGROUNDED SUPPLIES............8-3 LOW FREQUENCY HARMONICS..........8-3 MICROMASTER Eco ..............8-3 MIDIMASTER Eco..............8-3 EMC FILTER RESTRICTIONS FOR ALL PRODUCTS ..... 8-3 MOTOR LIMITATIONS .............. 8-6 LOAD CONSIDERATIONS ............8-8 VARIABLE TORQUE APPLICATIONS ........8-9 OTHER LOADS................
  • Page 3 SAFETY INFORMATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS............... 9-2 CLEARANCES AND DIMENSIONS - MICROMASTER Eco ..9-3 CLEARANCES AND DIMENSIONS - MIDIMASTER Eco..9-5 IP56/NEMA 4/12 MOUNTING DETAIL ........9-10 TO PANEL MOUNT THE IP56 UNIT ........9-12 PROCEDURE FOR INSTALLATION OF OPe......9-13 Section 10 10.
  • Page 4 INPUT EMC FILTER ORDER NUMBERS ....... 15-5 INSTALLATION OF FILTERS ..........15-9 HARMONIC INPUT REACTORS (CHOKES) ......15-18 HARMONIC INPUT REACTORS (CHOKES) FOR MICROMASTER & MIDIMASTER ECO......... 15-20 4EP THREE-PHASE LINE REACTORS ........ 15-24 OUTPUT REACTORS (CHOKES) ......... 15-28 OUTPUT REACTOR ORDER NUMBERS ......15-29 INSTALLATION OF OUTPUT REACTORS ......
  • Page 5: Safety And Compliance

    Power supply terminals L/L1, N/L2 and L3 This equipment contains dangerous MICROMASTER Eco. L1, L2 and L3 voltages and controls dangerous MIDIMASTER Eco rotating mechanical parts. Loss of life, Motor terminals U, V and W severe personal injury or property...
  • Page 6 EUROPEAN MACHINERY DIRECTIVE The MICROMASTER Eco and MIDIMASTER Eco product range do not fall under the scope of the Machinery Directive. However, the products have been fully evaluated for compliance with the essential Health & Safety requirements of the directive when used in a typical machine application.
  • Page 7: Introduction

    PRODUCT DESCRIPTION AND ECO OPERATING INSTRUCTION APPLICATIONS MANUAL The MICROMASTER Eco and MIDIMASTER Eco The Eco Operating Instructions booklet (which provides a range of variable frequency speed should be read in conjunction with this manual) controllers (inverters) specifically developed for provides basic information on equipment the Heating, Ventilation &...
  • Page 8: Principles Of Inverter Operation

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL PRINCIPLES OF INVERTER OPERATION INTRODUCTION VSDs are still widely used and offer very sophisticated control capability. However, the DC This section of the manual is intended to help motor is large, expensive and requires periodic first-time users of variable speed drives to brush maintenance.
  • Page 9 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL This field crosses the air gap between the stator However, if the rotor runs at the same speed as and rotor and causes currents to flow in the rotor the rotating field, there will be no changing windings.
  • Page 10 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Torque Flux, voltage Torque capability Speed (X 50/60) Torque Reduction above Base Speed Therefore in order to control the speed of a standard AC motor, the applied frequency and voltage must be controlled. The use of a standard induction motor together with a variable frequency speed controller allows a cost effective speed control system to be built.
  • Page 11: Variable Frequency Inverter

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL VARIABLE FREQUENCY INVERTER. An electronic converter which converts Direct Current (DC) to Alternating Current (AC) is known as an inverter. Electronic speed controllers for AC motors usually convert the AC supply to DC using a rectifier, and then convert it back to a variable frequency, variable voltage AC supply using an inverter bridge.
  • Page 12 The output voltage is still a series of MICROMASTER Eco & square wave pulses and the inductance of the MIDIMASTER Eco inverters are motor windings results in a sinusoidal motor available as three phase. current. Pulse Width Modulation is shown in the figure below.
  • Page 13: Advantages Of The Eco

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL ADVANTAGES OF THE ECO ENERGY SAVINGS PID CONTROL The Eco range provides considerable potential for energy saving in the following areas: • Air flow requirements are matched precisely to setpoint Eco PID demand. controller • Optimum system regulation means less energy/power is required.
  • Page 14: Wear & Tear

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL WEAR & TEAR EQUIPMENT RATIONALISATION Eco inverters can make possible greatly reduced Using Eco inverters can significantly reduce the maintenance and running costs: number of system components and often enable valuable space to become available: • Fewer stop/start sequences means that •...
  • Page 15: Technical Overview & Product Range Tables

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL TECHNICAL OVERVIEW & PRODUCT RANGE TABLES • Integral software controlled cooling fan. The MICROMASTER Eco and MIDIMASTER Eco inverters are intended for use anywhere in the • Side by side mounting without additional world and therefore support a wide range of clearance.
  • Page 16: Technical Features

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL TECHNICAL FEATURES Inverter MICROMASTER Eco MIDIMASTER Eco Input Voltage 3 AC 208 - 240V±10% 3 AC 208 - 240V±10% 3 AC 380 – 480 / 500V±10% 3 AC 380V - 460 / 480 / 500V±10% 3 AC 525V - 575V±15%...
  • Page 17 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL MICROMASTER Eco 3ph 208-240V±10% IP20 / NEMA1 Product Motor Rated Output Current Input H x W x D Weight Order No. Power Current ( I rms) (kW) (mm) (kg) ECO1-75/2 0.75 147x73x141 0.95 6SE9513-8CA40 ECO1-110/2 184x149x172 6SE9515-5CB40 ECO1-150/2 184x149x172 6SE9517-4CB40...
  • Page 18 6SE9531-0CK40 ECO1-3700/2 850x420x310 6SE9531-3CK40 ECO1-4500/2 850x420x310 55.5 6SE9531-5CK40 MIDIMASTER Eco - IP21 (IP20) / NEMA1 Standard 3ph 380-(480) / 500 V ±10% Product Rated Inverter Motor Rating H x W x D Weight Order No. Output Current 400V [500V] (A)
  • Page 19 27.5 6SE9524-1FJ40 ECO1-3700/4 650x275x285 28.0 6SE9525-2FJ40 ECO1-4500/4 650x275x285 28.5 6SE9526-2FJ40 MIDIMASTER Eco - IP20/NEMA1 with Integral Class A Filter, 3ph 208-240 V±10% Product Rated Inverter Output Motor Rating H x W x D Weight Order No. Current (kW) (HP) (mm)
  • Page 20 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL MIDIMASTER Eco - IP20 / NEMA1 with Integral Class A Filter, 3ph 380 - 460 V ±10% Product Rated Inverter Motor Rating H x W x D Weight Order No. Output Current 400V [460 V] (A) (kW)
  • Page 21 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL MIDIMASTER Eco - IP56 / NEMA4/12 / with Integral Class A Filter, 3ph 208- 240 V ±10% Product Rated Inverter Motor Rating H x W x D Weight Order No. Output Current (kW) (HP) (mm) (kg) ECO1-110/2...
  • Page 22 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL MIDIMASTER Eco - IP56/NEMA4/12 with Integral Class A Filter, 3ph 380 -460 V ±10% Product Rated Inverter Output Motor Rating H x W x D Weight Order No. Current (kW) (HP) (mm) (kg) ECO1-300/3 [6.9] 675x360x351 6SE9517-7DS55 ECO1-400/3 10.2...
  • Page 23: Options

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL OPTIONS You can use a range of specially designed options, from the following tables, to enhance the MICROMASTER Eco and MIDIMASTER Eco Inverters. Options Order no. IP Rating Inverter MICROMASTER MIDIMASTER EMC Filter for EN55011A / See Section 15...
  • Page 24 Class A MIDIMASTER Eco Filters may be installed within IP56 MIDIMASTER Eco units. Class B MIDIMASTER Eco Filters are for external stand-alone installation only. Certain ratings of MIDIMASTER Eco may be supplied with factory integrated Class A filters – consult tables in section 5.
  • Page 25 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Mains Input Reactors for MIDIMASTER Eco Inverter Input Line Reactor (2%) Dimensions Weight (HxWxD) mm 2%, rated for low impedence supplies (kg) 208 V – 240 V 50/60 Hz ECO1-75/2 4EP3200-1US 108x88.5x57.5 ECO1-110/2 4EP3200-1US 108x88.5x57.5 ECO1-150/2 4EP3400-2US...
  • Page 26 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Inverter Input Line Reactor (2%) Dimensions Weight (HxWxD) mm 2%, rated for low impedence supplies (kg) 380V 50Hz- 480V 60Hz ECO1-110K/3 4EU2551-8UA00 220x206x128 16.4 ECO1-132K/3 4EU2751-0UB00 250x235x146 22.8 ECO1-160K/3 4EU2751-7UA00 250x235x146 ECO1-200K/3 4EU2751-8UA00 250x235x146 26.8 ECO1-250K/3 4EU3051-5UA00 280x264x155 38.2 ECO1-315K/3 4EU3051-6UA00...
  • Page 27 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Inverter Dimensions Weight Input Line Reactor (4%) 4% rated for reduction of harmonic (HxWxD) mm (kg) currents (& low impedence supplies) 208 V - 240 V 50/60 Hz ECO1-75/2 4EP3200-1US 108x88.5x57.5 ECO1-110/2 4EP3200-1US 108x88.5x57.5 ECO1-150/2 4EP3400-1US 122x124x73 ECO1-220/2 4EP3400-1US 122x124x73...
  • Page 28 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Inverter Dimensions Weight Input Line Reactor (4%) 4% rated for reduction of harmonic (HxWxD) mm (kg) currents (& low impedence supplies) 380V 50Hz- 480V 60Hz ECO1-110K/3 4EU2751-5UB00 250x235x146 25.5 ECO1-132K/3 4EU3051-7UA00 280x264x155 ECO1-160K/3 4EU3051-3UB00 280x264x155 ECO1-200K/3 4EU3651-3UB00 335x314x169 47.1 ECO1-250K/3 4EU3651-4UB00...
  • Page 29: Energy Saving Program

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL ENERGY SAVING PROGRAM ENERGY CONTROL OPTIMIZATION The Eco starts to analyse the power consumption (P077) of the motor as soon as the motor has reached setpoint speed (i.e. when acceleration is This feature provides : complete). • “Energy Control Optimization” (Eco) It then begins to search for the optimum •...
  • Page 30: Pulse Width Modulation (pwd) Output Method

    Voltage Current Time Pulse Width Modulation SWITCHING FREQUENCY FOR LOW Larger MIDIMASTER Eco units may be restricted MOTOR NOISE from operating above 4kHz. Refer to parameter P076 which shows output current restrictions • PWM (pulse width modulation) switching associated with switching frequency.
  • Page 31: Eco Selection Criteria - Size, Type Etc

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Eco SELECTION CRITERIA - SIZE, TYPE ETC Generally, drive selection is straightforward, as the motor rating is already known and the speed range requirements are either pre-determined, or easily identified and accomplished. However, when a drive system is selected from first principles, careful consideration may avoid problems in installation and operation, and may also generate significant cost savings.
  • Page 32: Supply Disturbance

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL SUPPLY DISTURBANCE The inverter is designed to absorb a high level of supply disturbance - for instance, voltage spikes Many supplies are well controlled and remain in up to 2kV. However, the above equipment can tolerance, but are affected by local disturbances. cause power supply disturbances in excess of These can cause faulty operation and damage to this.
  • Page 33: Ungrounded Supplies

    2kHz (P076 = 6 or 7). This is to prevent the input Y capacitors from overheating in the event of an earth fault on the Eco output. The MIDIMASTER Eco will continue to operate normally under earth fault conditions at the MIDIMASTER Eco input.
  • Page 34 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Input voltage Input current DC link voltage Single phase Single phase Single phase Three phase Three phase Three phase...
  • Page 35 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL This means that the input current waveform In order to calculate the harmonics in a particular consists of a series of low frequency harmonics, supply system it is essential that the supply and this may in turn cause voltage harmonic impedance is known.
  • Page 36: Motor Limitations

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL MOTOR LIMITATIONS The motor speed is determined mainly by the be inadequate. Motor manufacturers generally applied frequency. The motor slows down a little give the necessary de-rating information, but a as the load increases and the slip increases. If typical de-rating curve would limit output torque at the load is too great the motor will exceed the zero frequency rising to full output torque...
  • Page 37 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL High speed operation of standard motors is However, if a motor is connected as a low voltage usually limited to twice the normal operating motor (delta connected motor windings) and speed (i.e. up to 6000 or 7200 rpm) of a two pole operated on a higher voltage inverter, full torque motor because of bearing limitations.
  • Page 38: Load Considerations

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL LOAD CONSIDERATIONS The inverter and motor requirements are These constant torque loads are generally not determined by the speed range and torque suited to the MICROMASTER Eco since it is requirements of the load. The relationship rated only for variable torque loads such as between speed and torque is different for pumps and fans.
  • Page 39: Variable Torque Applications

    In these applications inefficient or damaged. the load is proportional to the square of the MIDIMASTER Eco are therefore variable torque speed, and therefore the power is proportional to rated for pump and fan operation can give an the cube of the speed.
  • Page 40: Other Loads

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL OTHER LOADS Many other loads have non linear or varying arrangement (nameplate rated speed) may give a torque relationships. The torque requirement of better match to the load needs. the load should be understood before the inverter Starting torque may need special consideration.
  • Page 41: Environmental Considerations

    1. The inverter should be protected from the exceed 50°C MICROMASTER Eco or 40°C effects of equipment such as Power Factor MIDIMASTER Eco. Remember to allow for Correction equipment, Resistance Welding any temperature rise inside the enclosure or Equipment etc.
  • Page 42: Mechanical Installation

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL MECHANICAL INSTALLATION MICROMASTER Eco and MIDIMASTER Eco inverters are available in the following models, with corresponding frame sizes and power rating as indicated; Frame sizes A, B & C refer to the dimensions of the MICROMASTER Eco units and frame sizes 4, 5, 6, &, 7 refer to the dimensions of the MIDIMASTER Eco units.
  • Page 43: Safety Information And Environmental Requirements

    The unit must be secured to a suitable, non-combustible, vertical surface (a load bearing wall for the heavier MIDIMASTER Eco range). Note that the frame size 9 MIDIMASTER Eco units are floor mounted. Depending on frame size, use nuts, bolts and washers as shown in the following table:...
  • Page 44: Clearances And Dimensions - Micromaster Eco

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL CLEARANCES AND DIMENSIONS - MICROMASTER Eco Frame Size MICROMASTER Eco Frame Size A MICROMASTER Eco Frame Size B and C...
  • Page 45 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL DIN Rail Depth D Depth D ∅ ∅ ∅ = 4.8 mm (B) 7LJKWHQLQJ 7RUTXH ∅ = 4.5 mm ∅ = 5.6 mm (C) ZLWK ZDVKHUV ILWWHG  1P )UDPH VL]H $ DQG % )UDPH VL]H % )UDPH VL]H &  EROWV 0  1P )UDPH VL]H &...
  • Page 46: Clearances And Dimensions - Midimaster Eco

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL CLEARANCES AND DIMENSIONS - MIDIMASTER Eco IP21 / IP20 */ NEMA 1 Frame Weight Size 275 x 450 x 210 275 x 550 x 210 275 x 650 x 285 420 x 850 x 310 508 x 1480 x 480...
  • Page 47 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL CLEARANCES AND DIMENSIONS - MIDIMASTER Eco IP20 / NEMA 1 with Integrated Class A EMC Filter Frame Weight Size 275 x 700 x 210 275 x 800 x 210 275 x 920 x 285 420 x 1150 x 310 1130 Dimensions D includes the front control panel.
  • Page 48 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Depth D ∅ ∅ = 8.5 mm 4 bolts M8 4 nuts M8 4 washers M8 Frame Sizes 4, 5 and 6 Depth D ∅ ∅ = 8.5 mm 6 bolts M8 6 nuts M8 6 washers M8 Frame Sizes 7 and 8...
  • Page 49 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Frame Size 8...
  • Page 50 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Frame Size 9...
  • Page 51: Ip56/nema 4/12 Mounting Detail

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL IP56 / NEMA 4/12 Mounting Details for Panel Installation with Heatsink Protruding from Rear. The IP56 protected unit can be mounted so that its heatsink protrudes from the rear of a larger enclosure. The cutout dimensions to take the IP56 flange are shown.
  • Page 52 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Frame Size 6 Frame Size 7 9-11...
  • Page 53: To Panel Mount The Ip56 Unit

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL To Panel Mount the IP56 Unit Remove and discard the cover assembly. On FS4/5/6 the wall mounting brackets can also be removed and discarded. Move the keypad control panel from the top mounting position to the lower position.
  • Page 54: Procedure For Installation Of Ope

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Procedure for Installation of OPe (Clear Text Display Option) Open the door and insert the option module into the 4 slots on the control panel. 9-13...
  • Page 55: Electrical Installation

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION • High voltage insulation test equipment must SAFETY INFORMATION AND GENERAL GUIDELINES not be used on any cables connected to the inverter • Make sure that the motor terminals are configured for the correct supply voltage Motors can be connected to inverters either individually or in parallel.
  • Page 56: Power And Motor Connections - Midimaster Eco Range

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL POWER AND MOTOR CONNECTIONS 6. Tighten all the power and motor terminals: - MIDIMASTER Eco RANGE Frame size 4 and 5: Tighten up each of the 1. Gain access to power and motor terminals power and motor terminal screws to 1.1 Nm.
  • Page 57 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL FS6 units FS7 units DC- DC+ FS6 units 1 2 3 4 5 6 DIP switches Note: Switch 6 is not used 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 111213141516 1718 19 20 Control terminals FS4/5 units L1 L2 L3...
  • Page 58: Power And Motor Connections - Micromaster Eco Range

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL POWER AND MOTOR CONNECTIONS - MICROMASTER Eco RANGE Switch's Control Terminals Input Supply Terminals Removal of Terminal Cover Earth This will release the access panel, which will then swing down on its rear-mounted hinges. Motor Terminals The access panel can be removed from the inverter when at an angle of Gain Access to Terminals Frame Size A.
  • Page 59 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Gain Access to Terminals Frame Size C While supporting the fan housing with one Applying pressure to the gland plate, release 2 hand, insert the blade of a screwdriver into the clips in the direction of the arrows. Swing the slot on the underside of the inverter and press plate out upwards to release the securing tab.
  • Page 60 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Connections 5. Use a 4-core cable and suitable lugs to connect the motor leads to the motor 1. Make sure that the power source supplies terminals U, V, W and the earth (PE). the correct voltage and has the necessary supply current capacity.
  • Page 61: Recommended Fuses And Ratings

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL RECOMMENDED FUSES AND RATINGS HVAC Inverter Recommended Fuse Recommended Fuse Model / type Rating (Duty Class gL) Order Code ECO1-75/2 3NA3803 ECO1-110/2 3NA3805 ECO1-150/2 3NA3807 ECO1-220/2 3NA3810 ECO1-300/2 3NA3814 ECO1-400/2 3NA3810 ECO1-550/2 3NA3820 ECO1-750/2 3NA3822 ECO1-1100/2 3NA3822 ECO1-1500/2 3NA3822 ECO1-1850/2...
  • Page 62: Direction Of Rotation

    STAR OR DELTA MOTOR mode. CONNECTION MOTOR OVERLOAD PROTECTION The MICROMASTER Eco & MIDIMASTER Eco range can be used to control all types of three- When operated below rated speed, the cooling phase asynchronous squirrel cage motors. effect of fans fitted to the motor shaft is reduced,...
  • Page 63: Control Connections (all Models)

    GENERAL INFORMATION MIDIMASTER Eco Use screened cable for the control cable, Class Control connections to the MIDIMASTER Eco 1 60/75 °C copper wire only (for UL are made via two terminal blocks located on the compliance). Tightening torque for the field control panel.
  • Page 64: Control Connections

    (resistive rating) A2OUT+ RL2B RL2C (NO) (COM) Analog Output 2 P5V+ 0/4 ..20 mA MIDIMASTER Eco (500Ω load) RS485 RANGE use with terminal 13 (for USS protocol) PE (case) Output Relays (RL1 and RL2) max. 0.8 A/230V AC (Overvoltage cat.2) 5V (max.
  • Page 65 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL 3 AC 208 - 230 V 3 AC 380 - 500 V 3 AC 525 - 575 V 4.7k Ω L1, L2, L3 +10V 0 - 10 V AIN1+ 2 - 10 V AIN1- 0 - 20 mA 4 - 20 mA –...
  • Page 66: Application Examples

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL APPLICATION EXAMPLES The following examples are based on actual applications where Siemens Drives have been successfully applied: EXAMPLE 1 POTENTIOMETER SETPOINT AND RUN/STOP VIA TERMINALS A fan is to be speed controlled using a potentiometer to provide the control signal...
  • Page 67 SELECT RUN/STOP FROM TERMINALS P023 = 1 SELECT 4 - 20 mA RANGE FUSES MAIN CONTACTOR FAULT CONTACT CLOSED = HEALTHY 4-20mA MICROMASTER Eco MIDIMASTER Eco DIP SWITCHES PUMP ITEM DESCRIPTION RUN/STOP SWITCH 4 - 20 mA SPEED SETTING SIGNAL 11-2...
  • Page 68 FIXED FREQUENCY 3 = 20 Hz FUSES MAIN CONTACTOR FAULT CONTACT CLOSED = HEALTHY BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MICROMASTER Eco (BMS) MIDIMASTER Eco SPEED SELECTOR SWITCH DIP SWITCHES (NOT REQUIRED) ITEM DESCRIPTION SWITCH - RUN AT 20Hz SWITCH - RUN AT 40Hz...
  • Page 69 P007 = SELECT RUN/STOP FROM TERMINALS P087 = 1 SELECT MOTOR THERMISTOR PROTECTION FUSES MAIN CONTACTOR FAULT CONTACT CLOSED = HEALTHY 0-10V DC MICROMASTER Eco MIDIMASTER Eco DIP SWITCHES ITEM DESCRIPTION RUN/STOP SWITCH 0 - 10V DC SPEED SETTING SIGNAL MOTOR THERMISTOR 11-4...
  • Page 70 FAULT CONTACT RELAY 1 CLOSED = HEALTHY TO BMS OR PANEL LAMP RELAY 2 (CLOSED WHEN ECO RUNNING) MICROMASTER Eco MIDIMASTER Eco DIP SWITCHES NOT APPLICABLE ITEM DESCRIPTION RUN/STOP SWITCH INCREASE SPEED (PUSH BUTTON OR BMS) DECREASE SPEED (PUSH BUTTON OR BMS)
  • Page 71 AND REMOTE DIGITAL INPUT TERMINAL RUN/STOP FUSES MAIN CONT ACT OR FAULT CONT ACT CLOSED = HEALTHY REMOTE LOCAL/KEYP AD 0-10V DC C MICROMASTER Eco MIDIMASTER Eco MOT OR CONTROL PANEL BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS (MCC) (BMS) DIP SWITCHES ITEM DESCRIPTION RUN/STOP COMMAND FROM BMS...
  • Page 72 SWITCH BETWEEN ANALOG SPEED SETPOINT (LOCAL POTENTIOMETER) AND SETPOINT 2 (REMOTE BMS) FUSES MAIN CONTACTOR FAULT CONTACT CLOSED = HEALTHY 0-20mA MICROMASTER Eco MIDIMASTER Eco MOTOR CONTROL PANEL BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (MCC) (BMS) DIP SWITCHES ITEM DESCRIPTION REMOTE RUN/STOP COMMAND FROM BMS...
  • Page 73 FIXED FREQUENCY 1 (P041) TERMINAL 16 P356 = 6 FIXED FREQUENCY 6 (P047) TERMINAL 17 FUSES MAIN CONTACTOR FAULT CONTACT CLOSED = HEALTHY 0-10V DC MICROMASTER Eco MIDIMASTER Eco MOTOR CONTROL PANEL BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (MCC) (BMS) DIP SWITCHES ITEM DESCRIPTION RUN/STOP COMMAND FROM BMS...
  • Page 74 FUSES MAIN CONTACTOR MOTOR CONTROL PANEL (MCC) OR BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (BMS) FAULT CONTACT CLOSED = HEALTHY MICROMASTER Eco 15V DC TRANSDUCER MIDIMASTER Eco POWER SUPPLY (MAX 50mA) 4 to 20mA 0 TO 10 BAR ITEM DESCRIPTION RUN/STOP COMMAND PRESSURE SETPOINT POTENTIOMETER OR 0 - 10V DC...
  • Page 75 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL PID FLOW CHART P021 P006 / P910 P006=1 P023 P022 Signal Analog Switches Type Scaling Input 1 V or I V or I Note: All inputs become percentages P006=0 P011 P005 Up/Down Digital Setpoint Keys on Frequency Memory Keypad Setpoint...
  • Page 76 FAULT CONTACT CLOSED = HEALTHY CLEAR TEXT DISPLAY FITTED (OPTION) MICROMASTER Eco MOTOR CONTROL PANEL (MCC) MIDIMASTER Eco 15V DC TRANSDUCER 4 TO 20mA POWER SUPPLY DIP SWITCHES 0 TO 10 BAR ITEM DESCRIPTION RUN/STOP COMMAND FROM MCC PANEL SETPOINT POTENTIOMETER...
  • Page 77 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL EXAMPLE 11 DIRECT-ON-LINE BYPASS Switch between inverter control and direct-on-line starting. All settings based on factory settings with the following exceptions: PARAMETER CHANGES FROM FACTORY DEFAULTS SETTING DESCRIPTION P006 = 1 SELECT ANALOGUE/POTENTIOMETER SETPOINT P007 = 0 SELECT RUN/STOP VIA TERMINALS P016 = 1 FLYING RESTART...
  • Page 78 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL EXAMPLE 12 STAR-DELTA BYPASS Switch between inverter control and star-delta starting. All settings based on factory settings with the following exceptions: PARAMETER CHANGES FROM FACTORY DEFAULTS SETTING DESCRIPTION P006 = 1 SELECT ANALOGUE/POTENTIOMETER SETPOINT P007 = 0 SELECT RUN/STOP VIA TERMINALS P016 = 1 FLYING RESTART...
  • Page 79 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL EXAMPLE 13 INPUT HARMONIC CHOKE & EMC FILTER FITTED Input harmonic choke and EMC filter fitted. All settings based on factory settings with the following exceptions: PARAMETER CHANGES FROM FACTORY DEFAULTS SETTING DESCRIPTION P006 = 1 SELECT ANALOGUE/POTENTIOMETER SETPOINT P007 = 0 SELECT RUN/STOP VIA TERMINALS ITEM...
  • Page 80: Emc Guidelines

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL EMC GUIDELINES All electronic and electrical equipment generate EMI has become a more serious problem unwanted signals. These signals can be emitted recently as more electronic systems (which from the product either via cables that are may prove to have low immunity) are used in connected to the product (Input, output, control industrial applications, and as power electronic signals etc.) or via electromagnetic radiation ‘radio...
  • Page 81 Class 2* ECO1-220/3 - ECO1-750/3 with internal integrated class A filter (see table) Class 2* ECO1-110/3 - ECO1-750/3 with footprint class B filter (see table) Class 3* Compliance Table (MIDIMASTER Eco IP20/21): Model No. EMC Class ECO1-550/2 - ECO1-4500/2 Class 1...
  • Page 82 Maximum mains supply voltage when filters are fitted is : • 480V for MICROMASTER Eco. • 460V for MIDIMASTER Eco. Three classes of EMC performance are available. These levels of performance are Compliance with the EMC Product Standard for only achieved when using the...
  • Page 83 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Class 1: General Industrial EMC Phenomenon Standard Level Emissions: Radiated Emissions EN 55011 Level A1 * Conducted Emissions EN 61800-3 Immunity: Electrostatic Discharge EN 61000-4-2 8 kV air discharge Burst Interference EN 61000-4-4 2 kV power cables, 1 kV control Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Field IEC 1000-4-3 26-1000 MHz, 10 V/m...
  • Page 84 Burst Interference EN 61000-4-4 1 kV power cables, 0.5 kV control The MICROMASTER Eco and MIDIMASTER Eco units are intended exclusively for professional applications. Therefore, they do not fall within the scope of the harmonics emissions specification EN 61000-3-2. 12-5...
  • Page 85: Emc Law: For Power Drive Systems En61800-3

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL EMC LAW: FOR POWER DRIVE SYSTEMS EN61800-3 UNRESTRICTED DISTRIBUTION When the product is available to the general public, an EC declaration of conformity and CE mark are required. (This is not applicable to the MICROMASTER Eco range which is always supplied via restricted distribution channels).
  • Page 86: Electro-magnetic Interference (emi)

    (PE) on the associated conducted and radiated interference from inverter. the inverter. For optimum performance, • On the MIDIMASTER Eco, use saw-tooth there should be a good conductive bond washers when mounting the inverter and between filter and metal mounting plate.
  • Page 87: Wiring Guidelines To Minimise Effects Of Emi

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL WIRING GUIDELINES TO MINIMISE EFFECTS OF EMI Frame Sizes A, B and C Wiring guidelines to minimise effects of EMI MICROMASTER Eco (frame size A) Wiring guidelines to minimise effects of EMI - MICROMASTER Eco (Frame Size B) 12-8...
  • Page 88 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Wiring guidelines to mnimise effects of EMI - MICROMASTER Eco (Frame size C) 12-9...
  • Page 89: Fitting Class A Filters To A Standard Unfiltered Ip56 Eco Unit (frame Sizes 4 To 7)

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Fitting a Class A Filter to a Standard Unfiltered IP56 Eco Unit (Frame Sizes 4 to 7) Generally the IP56 Eco Units can be ordered with internal factory fitted class A EMC filters (see Section % for ordering details). However, if a filter needs to be fitted to the standard unfiltered IP56 Eco unit, then there are mounted studs provided within the IP56 enclosure for installing the recommended class A filter.
  • Page 90 5. Fit the filter to the mounting studs. 6. Connect the output of the filter to the input terminals of the inverter using the bus-bars supplied with the drive. Filter mounted within the Frame Size 7 IP56 MIDIMASTER Eco 12-11...
  • Page 91: Programming

    • the lower front cover is removed on the MIDIMASTER Eco, Frame size 7.  9 WR  9  9 WR  9 • Open the front door on the MIDIMASTER Eco,  9 WR  9  9 WR  9  WR  P$ Frame sizes 8 &...
  • Page 92: Parameter Types

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL PARAMETER TYPES There are three types of parameters: • True value parameters. For example, setting parameter P003 ramp- down time to 10 seconds tells the Eco to take 10 seconds to slow the motor from its normal operating speed to stopped.
  • Page 93: Accessing Parameters And Changing Values

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL • Keeping the button pressed for longer initiates ACCESSING PARAMETERS AND CHANGING VALUES scrolling and allows values to be changed rapidly. keys are used to change parameter values. The keys have two modes of To access a parameter and change its value, operation: follow the simple sequence described below: •...
  • Page 94: Display Mode Parameters

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL DISPLAY MODE PARAMETERS Parameter Function Range Default Units Operating display (output frequency) Displays the output selected by P001 (an Expert mode parameter). Display selection via P001: 0 = Output frequency (Hz) 4 = Motor torque (% nominal) 1 = Frequency setpoint (i.e.
  • Page 95: Basic Mode Parameters

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL BASIC MODE PARAMETERS Parameter Function Range Default Units Ramp-up time 0 - 150.0 seconds This is the time taken for the motor to accelerate from standstill to the maximum frequency. The maximum frequency is set by parameter P013. Setting the ramp-up time too short can cause the inverter to trip (Fault code F002 = overcurrent).
  • Page 96 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Parameter Function Range Default Units Keypad control 0 or 1 The value of this parameter (0 or 1) configures keypad control. Control is by digital inputs (P051 to P055 or P356 - refer to Expert mode) Front panel (keypad) control enabled. However, the level of control enabled from the keypad is determined by the values of P121 and P124 (refer to Expert mode).
  • Page 97 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Parameter Function Range Default Units Access to Expert mode 0 or 1 This value enables or disables access to Expert mode parameters. Normal mode parameter values only can be changed. Expert mode parameter values can be changed in addition to the Normal mode parameters. It is possible to reset all parameter values to their factory default settings using expert parameter P944.
  • Page 98: Expert Mode Parameters

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL EXPERT MODE PARAMETERS In the following parameter table: ‘•’ Indicates parameters that can be changed during operation. œœœ ‘ ’ Indicates that the value of this factory setting depends on the rating of the inverter. Parameter Function Range Description / Notes [default]...
  • Page 99 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Parameter Function Range Description / Notes [default] Display mode 0 - 8 Display selection: 0 = Output frequency (Hz) 1 = Frequency setpoint (i.e. speed at which inverter is set to run) (Hz) 2 = Motor current (A) 3 = DC-link voltage (V) 4 = Motor torque (% nominal) 5 = Motor speed (rpm)
  • Page 100 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Ramp-down time This is the time taken for the motor to decelerate from maximum frequency to standstill. The maximum frequency is set by parameter P013. Setting the ramp-down time too short can cause the inverter to trip (Fault code F001 = DC link overvoltage).
  • Page 101 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Parameter Function Range Description / Notes [default] Keypad Control 0 or 1 The value of this parameter (0 or 1) configures keypad control. Control is by digital inputs (P051 to P055 or P356 - refer to Expert mode) Front panel (keypad) control enabled.
  • Page 102 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Automatic restart after fault 0 - 1 Automatic restart after fault: 0 = Disabled 1 = The inverter will attempt to restart up to 5 times after a fault. If the fault is not cleared after the 5th attempt, the inverter will remain in the fault state.
  • Page 103 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Parameter Function Range Description / Notes [default] Minimum analogue 0 - 150.0 Frequency corresponding to the lowest frequency (Hz) [0.0] analogue input value, i.e.0 V/0 mA or 2 V/4 mA, determined by P023 and the settings of the DIP selector switches 1, 2 and 3 ( see the DIP Selector Switches figure in this section).
  • Page 104 Nominal motor RPM (P082) Analogue output 2 0 - 105 This provides a method of scaling the • (MIDIMASTER Eco only) analogue output 2 in accordance with the table shown in P025. Skip frequency 2 (Hz) 0 - 150.0 See P014.
  • Page 105 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Parameter Function Range Description / Notes [default] Fixed frequency 6 (Hz) Valid if P006 = 2 and P356 = 6 or 18. • 150.00 [30.0] Selection control function, 0 - 24 See table overleaf DIN1 (terminal 5), fixed frequency 5.
  • Page 106 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Value Function of P051 to P055 and P356 Function, Function, low state high state (0V) (>10V) Input disabled On right On right OFF2 OFF2 OFF3 OFF3 Fixed frequencies 1-6 Start / Stop command selection from keypad Local Keypad Digital Terminal Start or digital terminals (for USS communication Start / Stop...
  • Page 107 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Parameter Function Range Description / Notes [default] Selection relay output RL1 0 - 13 Sets the relay function, output RL1 (terminals 18,19 and 20) Value Relay function Active No function assigned (relay not active) Inverter is running High Inverter frequency 0.0 Hz Inverter frequency less than or equal...
  • Page 108 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Parameter Function Range Description / Notes [default] DC injection braking (%) 0 - 200 This rapidly stops the motor by applying a • DC braking current and holds the shaft Range is stationary until the end of the braking period. Variant Additional heat is generated within the dependent...
  • Page 109 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Parameter Function Range Description / Notes [default] The I t Motor Overload 0 - 7 Selects the most appropriate curve for the • Protection function protects motor de-rating at low frequencies due to the motor against the reduced cooling effect of the shaft overheating by monitoring mounted cooling fan.
  • Page 110 8 kHz MICROMASTER Eco ECO1-75/3 ECO1-110/3 ECO1-150/3 ECO1-220/3 ECO1-300/3 ECO1-400/3 ECO1-550/3 ECO1-750/3 Model % of full load de-rating 16 kHz 8 kHz 4 kHz MIDIMASTER Eco ECO1-550/2 ECO1-750/2 ECO1-1100/2 ECO1-1500/2 ECO1-1850/2 ECO1-2200/2 ECO1-1100/3 ECO1-1500/3 ECO1-1850/3 ECO1-2200/3 ECO1-3000/3 ECO1-3700/3 ECO1-4500/3 ECO1-750/4...
  • Page 111 ECO1-315K/3 Not available On all FS6 575V inverters and all FS7, FS8 & FS9 MIDIMASTER Eco inverters, the switching frequency can only be either 2kHz or 4kHz (with the exception of the 315kW unit where the switching frequency is fixed at 2 kHz).
  • Page 112 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Parameter Function Range Description / Notes [default] Motor rating plate nominal 0-150.0 Parameters P081 to P085 frequency (Hz) [60] These parameters must be set for the [50.00 USA] particular motor being controlled by the inverter. You must use the data provided on Motor rating plate nominal 0-999 the motor’s rating plate.
  • Page 113 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Parameter Function Range Description / Notes [default] Automatic calibration 0 - 1 The motor stator resistance is used in the inverter's internal current monitoring calculations. When P088 is set to ‘1’ and the RUN button is pressed, the inverter performs an automatic measurement of motor stator resistance;...
  • Page 114 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Parameter Function Range Description / Notes [default] Serial line time-out 0 - 240 This is the maximum permissible period • (seconds) between two incoming data telegrams. This feature is used to turn off the inverter in the event of a communications failure.
  • Page 115 5 = MICROMASTER 3rd Generation (MM3) 6 = MICROMASTER Vector (MMV) 7 = MIDIMASTER Vector (MDV) 8 = COMBIMASTER 2nd Generation 9 = MICROMASTER Eco 10 = MIDIMASTER Eco Drive model 0 - 47 Read-only parameter; indicates the power œœœ...
  • Page 116 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Parameter Function Range Description / Notes [default] Enable/disable RUN button 0 - 1 0 = RUN button disabled 1 = RUN button enabled (only possible if P007 = 1) Enable/disable ∆ and ∇ 0 = ∆ and ∇ buttons disabled 0 - 1 1 = ∆...
  • Page 117 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Parameter Function Range Description / Notes [default] Access to expert mode 0 or 1 This value enables or disables access to Expert mode parameters. Normal mode parameter values only can be changed. Expert mode parameter values can be changed in addition to the Normal mode parameters.
  • Page 118 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Parameter Function Range Description / Notes [default] PID frequency cut-off. 0 - 1 0 = Normal operation. 1 = Switch off inverter output at or below minimum frequency. For correct operation of P220 ensure that P202 >0. Minimum analogue 0 - 150.0 Frequency corresponding to the lowest...
  • Page 119 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Parameter Function Range Description / Notes [default] Analogue input 2 type 0 - 2 Sets analogue input type for analogue input • 2, in conjunction with the settings of the DIP selector switches 4 and 5 ( see the DIP Selector Switches figure in this section) : 0 = 0 V to 10 V/ 0 to 20 mA Unipolar input 1 = 2 V to 10 V/ 4 to 20 mA Unipolar input...
  • Page 120 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Parameter Function Range Description / Notes [default] State of digital inputs 0 - 3F Read-only. Provides a HEX representation of a 6-digit binary number of which the LSB = DIN1 and the MSB = DIN6 (1 = ON, 0 = OFF).
  • Page 121 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Parameter Function Range Description / Notes [default] Most recent fault code 0 - 255 Read only. The last recorded fault code (see ‘Fault Codes’) is stored in this parameter. It is cleared when the inverter is reset.(see P140) Reset to factory default 0 - 1...
  • Page 122: Fault Codes

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL FAULT CODES )DXOW &RGH &DXVH &RUUHFWLYH $FWLRQ Overvoltage Check whether supply voltage is within the limits indicated on the rating plate. Increase the Ramp-down time (P003) or apply braking resistor (option). Check whether the required braking power is within the specified limits.
  • Page 123 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL )DXOW &RGH &DXVH &RUUHFWLYH $FWLRQ Automatic re-start after fault (P018) is pending. Auto-restart after fault WARNING: Inverter may start at any time. Trip occurs only if P074 = 4, 5, 6 or 7. Check that the motor Motor overtemperature current does not exceed the value set in P083 and P086.
  • Page 124: Pid Process Control

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL PID PROCESS CONTROL Together with open loop motor control, PID closed loop process control can be applied to any process which is a function of motor speed and for which a transducer is available to provide a suitable feedback signal ( see Figure below ).
  • Page 125: Pid Parameter Settings

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL PID PARAMETER SETTINGS Closed loop process control cannot be used unless P201 is first set to 001. Most of the parameters associated with closed loop process control are shown in the Closed Loop Process Control figure. Other parameters which are also associated with closed loop process control are as follows: P010...
  • Page 126: De-rating Information

    150% overload i.e. I/I = 1.5, therefore this ratio nuisance tripping, the MICROMASTER may be reduced using P186 (instantaneous Eco/MIDIMASTER Eco automatically reduces it’s current limit) offering the added benefit of driving switching frequency ( e.g. from 16kHz to 8kHz). longer cable lengths.
  • Page 127 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL 208/240V MICROMASTER Eco: Screened cable = 16kHz (Switching Frequency) Current (I/I ECO1-75/2 ECO1-110/2 ECO1-150/2 ECO1-220/2 ECO1-300/2 ECO1-400/2 Cable length (m) 380V/500V MICROMASTER Eco: Un-screened cable = 4kHz (Switching Frequency) Current ECO1-110/3 ECO1-150/3 ECO1-220/3 ECO1-300/3 ECO1-400/3 ECO1-550/3 ECO1-750/3 (I/I Cable Length (m) 440V...
  • Page 128: Maximum Output Current At Elevated Temperatures - Variable Torque Applications

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL MAXIMUM OUTPUT CURRENT AT ELEVATED TEMPERATURES - VARIABLE TORQUE APPLICATIONS Maximum Inverter Output Current With High Ambient Temperature - 25m of Screened Cable or 50m of Unscreened Cable Maximum, Variable Torque Applications (110% overload for 1 minute in every 5 minutes) 40 deg C 50 deg C...
  • Page 129: Maximum Output Current With Long Unscreened Cables - Variable Torque Application

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL MAXIMUM OUTPUT CURRENT WITH LONG UNSCREENED CABLES - VARIABLE TORQUE APPLICATIONS Maximum Inverter Output Current With Long Unscreened Cable Lengths - 40°C Ambient Temperature Maximum, Variable Torque Applications (110% overload for 1 minute in every 5 minutes) up to 50m up to 100m up to 200m...
  • Page 130: Maximum Output Current With Long Screened Cables - Variable Torque Applications

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL MAXIMUM OUTPUT CURRENT WITH LONG SCREENED CABLES - VARIABLE TORQUE APPLICATIONS Maximum Inverter Output With Current Long Screened Cable Lengths - 40°C Ambient Temperature Maximum, Variable Torque Applications (110% overload for 1 minute in every 5 minutes) up to 50m up to 100m up to 200m...
  • Page 131: Voltages And Current De-rating With Respect To Altitude

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL VOLTAGE AND CURRENT DE-RATING WITH RESPECT TO ALTITUDE M ax. rated in put M ax. rated voltage in % current in % 1000 4000 2000 2000 3000 1000 3000 4000 Installation altitude Installation altitude in in m above sea level m above sea level 14-6...
  • Page 132: Options

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL OPTIONS The MICROMASTER Eco and MIDIMASTER Eco can be enhanced by a range of specially designed options, with various IP ratings: Accessory Order No. IP Rating Availability MICROMASTER MIDIMASTER Multilingual Clear Text Operator 6SE9590- IP54 Panel OPe...
  • Page 133: Clear Text Operating Panel Ope

    PC and the drive. • OPe mounts directly on MICROMASTER • Parameter sets can be stored in the OPe Eco and MIDIMASTER Eco. and uploaded or downloaded as required. • Door mounting kit with IP54 protection This is particularly useful where many included.
  • Page 134 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL G85139-J1762-U500-A1 Desc. Date OPe - GEBRAUCHSANWEISUNG OPe - INSTRUCCIONES PARA EL USO Desc. Date GB OPe - OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS OPe - BEDININGSHANDLEIDING PROD ISSUE 12.06.98 OPe - MODE D'EMPLOI DK OPe - BETJENINGSREJLEDNING 6SE9590-0XX87-8BFO OPe - ISTRUZIONI PER L'USO STOP START ERHOHUNG...
  • Page 135 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL KIT: 6SE3290-0XX87-8SO GND n-c MICROMASTER ECO/ Ext-TXD MIDIMASTER ECO Ext-RXD Ext-RTS ISOL_0V MOLEX 08-50-0032 MOLEX 22-01-2051 RS232 RS232 RS485 RS232 RS232 6V DC 6V DC 250 mA 250 mA 6V DC RS485'P'(+) 250 mA ISOL_+5V 1 2 3 4 5...
  • Page 136: Emc Filters

    MIDIMASTER Eco inverters have external In particular, in order to meet residential, separate filters; MIDIMASTER Eco units are commercial and light industrial levels, an also available with built-in filters. external filter will be needed.
  • Page 137 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Model/Type Maximum Frame EMC Input Filter EMC Input Filter Variable Torque Size Class A Class B Continuous Order Code Order Code Input Current (A) 380-500V +/- 380-460V +/-10% 3ac 380-460V +/-10% 3ac 10% 3ac ECO1-110/3 6SE3290-0DA87-0FA1 6SE3290-0DA87-0FB1 ECO1-150/3 6SE3290-0DA87-0FA1 6SE3290-0DA87-0FB1...
  • Page 138 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Input EMC Filter Order Numbers for IP56 MIDIMASTER Eco Units Model/Type Maximum Frame EMC Input Filter EMC Input Filter Variable Torque Size Class A Class B Continuous Order Code Order Code Input Current 208-240V +/- 208-240V +/-10% 3ac...
  • Page 139 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Model/Type Maximum Frame EMC Input Filter EMC Input Filter Variable Torque Size Class A Class B Continuous Order Code Order Code Input Current 525-575V +/- 15% 3ac ECO1-400/4 not available not available ECO1-550/4 not available not available ECO1-750/4 not available not available...
  • Page 140: Installation Of Filters

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Installation of Filters 6SE3290-0DA87-0FA1,6SE3290-0DA87-0FB1 Terminal 2.5mm Rated Torque of screw 0.7 Nm Rating Label ± 0.4 Earth Stud, M4 Rated Torque 1.5 Nm 4 x Fixing holes Nema 1 Gland plate fixings. ∅ 4.8mm M4 (thread depth max. 5mm) Inverter mounting holes M4 (thread depth max.
  • Page 141 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL 6SE3290-0DC87-0FA4, 6SE3290-0DC87-0FB4 Terminal 4 mm Rated Torque of screw 1.5 Nm Rating Label Earth Stud, M4 Rated Torque 1.5 Nm 4 x Fixing holes ∅ 5.8mm Reducer Pg16 - Pg9 Inverter mounting holes x 4 M5 (thread depth max. 5mm) Fork crimp Tightening Torque 3.0Nm Stud size 3.5mm...
  • Page 142 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL 6SE3290-ODG87-OFA5 Class A EMC Input Filter Stud M6 22,5 ± 1 Litz wire AWG 8 (35A) 32,5 ± 1 400 ± 20 1 ± 0,1 400 ± 20 81 max. Block terminal 16mm Litz wire AWG 6 (50A) 90 ±...
  • Page 143 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL 6SE3290-ODH87-OFA5 Class A EMC Input Filter Anschlussbolzen M6 22,5 ± 1 Litze AWG 10 (35A) 32,5 ± 1 400 ± 20 1 ± 0,1 400 ± 20 81 max. Anschlussklemmen 16mm Litze AWG 6 (50A) 90 ± 0,2 Beschriftung Abschirmgeflecht LINE...
  • Page 144 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL 6SE3290-ODJ87-OFA6 Class A EMC Input Filter 39 ± 1 32 ± 1 Litze AWG 4 400 ± 20 18 ± 1 141 max. 1 ± 0,1 Anschlussbdzen M10 Anschlussklemmen 50mm 90 ± 0,2 Beschriftung Abschirmgeflecht LINE LOAD 6,6 ±...
  • Page 145 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL 6SE3290-ODK87-OFA7 Class A EMC Input Filter 16 0.5 Terminal stud M10 110 max. 4 x M6/6 mm deep 404 max. 301 max. LINE LOAD 82.5 0.2 Marking Terminal blocks 32 1 82.5 0.2 95 mm Line Load 15-14...
  • Page 146 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL 6SE2100-1FC20 Class B EMC Input Filter DA64-5005 M6 connecting bolts max.125.8 max. 281 max. 231 Labeling 10mm connecting terminals Supply Load 15-15...
  • Page 147 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL 6SE2100-1FC21 Class B EMC Input Filter DA64-5004 M10 connecting bolts max.141 max. 409 max. 331 Labeling 82.5 82.5 25mm connecting terminals Supply Load 15-16...
  • Page 148 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL 6SE3290-ODK87-OFB7 Class B EMC Input Filter 15-17...
  • Page 149: Harmonic Input Reactors (chokes)

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL HARMONIC INPUT REACTORS Mains Supply Line Reactors Selection (CHOKES) Line Reactors are used to reduce the Mains Supply Harmonics harmonics produced by inverters and will assist the installation engineer to meet the relevant When the inverter is operating it draws a non- harmonic standards.
  • Page 150 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Inverter Harmonics As indicated within the table the amplitude of The table below shows the approximate the harmonic currents can be reduced by fitting harmonic currents as a percentage of the 2% or 4% input line reactors. fundamental current, based on a 1% typical mains supply impedance.
  • Page 151: Harmonic Input Reactors (chokes) For Micromaster & Midimaster Eco

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Harmonic Input Reactors (Chokes) for MICROMASTER Eco & MIDIMASTER Eco The line reactor rating is generally given as a The line reactors reduce the harmonic currents percentage of the mains supply voltage (e.g. by “filtering out” the harmonic currents. At...
  • Page 152 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Inverter Input Line Reactor (2%) Dimensions Weight rated for low impedence supplies H x W x D (mm) (kg) ECO1-1500/3 4EP3700-2US (4EP3700-6US) 159x178x73 ECO1-1850/3 4EP3700-5US (4EP3700-1US) 159x178x73 ECO1-2200/3 4EP3800-2US (4EP3801-2US) 193x178x88 ECO1-3000/3 4EP3800-7US (4EP3900-1US) 153x178x88 (181x219x99) ECO1-3700/3 4EP3900-2US (4EP4000-1US) 181x219x99 (181x219x119) ECO1-4500/3...
  • Page 153 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Inverter Input Line Reactor (4%) Dimensions weight rated for reduction of harmonic H x W x D (kg) currents (& low impedence supplies) (mm) 208 V - 240 V 50/60 Hz ECO1-75/2 4EP3200-1US 108x88.5x57.5 ECO1-110/2 4EP3200-1US 108x88.5x57.5 ECO1-150/2 4EP3400-1US 122x124x73...
  • Page 154 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Inverter Input Line Reactor (4%) Dimensions weight rated for reduction of harmonic H x W x D (kg) currents (& low impedence supplies) (mm) 380V 50Hz- 480V 60Hz ECO1-110K/3 4EU2751-5UB00 250x235x146 25.5 ECO1-132K/3 4EU3051-7UA00 280x264x155 ECO1-160K/3 4EU3051-3UB00 280x264x155 ECO1-200K/3 4EU3651-3UB00...
  • Page 155: 4ep Three-phase Line Reactors

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL 4EP three-phase line reactors ≤ 35.5 A Dimensions With terminals, for any arrangement of the reactor and n mounting holes acc. to EN 60852-4 and n mounting holes acc. to DIN 41308 Three-phase line reactor max. max. max.
  • Page 156 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL 4EP three-phase line reactors 36 A to 50 A Dimensions With terminals, for any arrangement of the reactor and n mounting holes acc. to EN 60852-4 and n mounting holes acc. to DIN 41308 Three-phase line reactor max.
  • Page 157 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL 4EP three-phase line reactors ≥ 51 A Dimensions With terminals, for any arrangement of the reactor and n mounting holes acc. to EN 60852-4 and n mounting holes acc. to DIN 41308 Three-phase line reactor max. max. max.
  • Page 158 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL 4EU three-phase line reactors Dimensions With flat connectors, for mounting the reactor on horizontal surfaces Montagelochung m ounting holes Three-phase line reactor max. max. ± IT12 ± IT12 max. max. max. max. Type 4EU24 4EU25 4EU27 4EU30 4EU36 169 n 10 4EU39...
  • Page 159: Output Reactors (chokes)

    The recommended motor cable lengths for screened and unscreened cables when output reactors are fitted are shown within the table below: Maximum Cable Length (m) for MICROMASTER Eco & MIDIMASTER Eco Inverter Standard (no output Output Reactor...
  • Page 160 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Maximum Cable Length (m) for MICROMASTER Eco & MIDIMASTER Eco Inverter Standard (no output Output Reactor Output Reactor Rating reactor fitted) Fitted Fitted (kW) Screened Unscreened Screened Cable Unscreened Cable Cable Cable Two Reactors Reactor Fitted in...
  • Page 161: Output Reactor Order Numbers

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Output Reactor Order Numbers Inverter Power Iron Cored Reactor Part Number Ferrite Cored Reactor Rating (kW) Part Number ECO1-110/3 (1.1) 6SE7016-1ES87-1FE0 6SE7016-1ES87-1FF1 ECO1-150/3 (1.5) 6SE7016-1ES87-1FE0 6SE7016-1ES87-1FF1 ECO1-220/3 (2.2) 6SE7016-1ES87-1FE0 6SE7016-1ES87-1FF1 ECO1-300/3 (3.0) 6SE7021-8ES87-1FE0 6SE7021-8ES87-1FF1 ECO1-400/3 (4.0) 6SE7021-8ES87-1FE0 6SE7021-8ES87-1FF1 ECO1-555/3 (5.5) 6SE7021-8ES87-1FE0...
  • Page 162: Installation Of Output Reactors

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Installation of Output Reactors Output Reactors (Iron core) 1 or 2 26mm Mounting hole Plan view without Plan view without terminal strip DIN rail and terminal strip Type Drawing H (mm) h (mm) W (mm) D (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm)
  • Page 163: Output Reactors (ferrite Core)

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Output Reactors (Ferrite core) Type Weight (mm) (mm) appr. (kg) 6SE7016-1ES87-1FF1 max. 50 6SE7021-8ES87-1FF1 max. 50 6SE7022-6ES87-1FF0 max. 50 6SE7023-4ES87-1FF0 max. 50 12.0 6SE7024-7ES87-1FF0 max. 60 16.4 6SE7027-2ES87-1FF0 max. 50 14.0 6SE7031-0ES87-1FF0 max. 60 16.7 15-32...
  • Page 164 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Output Reactors (Ferrite core) Hole 7.5 mm diameter for M6 bolt. M6x23 earthing bolts Power connections for M6 bolts (rated current up to 63 A) M8 bolts (rated current from 63 A to 100 A) M10 bolts (rated current from 100 A to 400 A) Type Weight...
  • Page 165: Dv/dt Output Filters

    The dV/dt output filter limits the peak motor terminal voltage to 1000V for motor cable lengths up to 150m. Standard Siemens motors, which are rated for a supply voltage up to 500V, generally do not require the installation of a dV/dt output filter.
  • Page 166: Installation Of Dv/dt Output Filters

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Installation of dV/dt Output Filters 1) 2 lugs, left and right dV/dt Output Filters Frame Sizes A - D dV/dt Output Filters Frame Sizes E and 15-35...
  • Page 167 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL dv/dt Filter Size H [mm] 1050 1450 W [mm] D [mm] a* [mm] 67.5 b [mm] c [mm] d [mm] f [mm] 1025 1425 Weight no filter no filter approx. [kg] * Note: For sizes D, E and S: 2 lugs left and right 15-36...
  • Page 168: Scope

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Technical Specification for VARIABLE SPEED DRIVES (VSD) Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Scope The document in this section is the recommended Technical Specification for Variable Speed Drives (VSD) when used within HVAC applications. The specification covers the VSD design, operation, performance, testing and support requirements for the project.
  • Page 169: Table Of Contents

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Technical Tender Specification Table of Contents Page General Design Quality Assurance and Standards Performance Requirements Basic Parameter Settings Expert / Advanced Parameter Settings Protection Functions & Features Control Signals Communication Harmonics on Mains Supply System Output chokes Commissioning &...
  • Page 170: General

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL General • The VSD shall be purposely designed and ensure VSD and motor performance matching manufactured for HVAC (Heating Ventilation as well as optimum total system efficiency. and Air Conditioning) applications. The VSD • The VSD shall also be compatible for use with shall be suitable for all loads with variable the various asynchronous squirrel cage torque characteristics, such as fans and...
  • Page 171: Quality Assurance & Standards

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL 5. All incoming and outgoing cables shall without separation for greater space enter and exit from the top and/or the saving. bottom of the VSD. Gland plates shall be • The VSD enclosure shall be protected to IP20 provided as standard for the correct fitting (NEMA1).
  • Page 172: Performance Requirement

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Performance Requirement • Output voltage stability: The VSD shall be designed to operate correctly when installed within the following service +/- 1% conditions: • Service factor: • Elevation: Up to 1000 metre (3300 feet) altitude without • Power unit rating: derating.
  • Page 173: Expert / Advanced Parameter Settings

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Expert / Advanced Parameter Settings • Energy Control Optimisation or Multi-Motor The VSD shall have at least the following adjustable settings easily accessible within the mode selection. Expert Mode of set-up and operation; • DC injection braking intensity. •...
  • Page 174: Control Signals

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Control Signals • Output frequency. The VSD shall have two (2) analogue inputs (0- 10V or 0/4-20mA) and six (6) fully programmable • Output current (load). digital inputs. • DC-link voltage. The VSD shall accept any of the following speed •...
  • Page 175: Harmonics On Mains Supply System

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Harmonics on Mains Supply System • Engineering Recommendation G5/3 of the The VSD and their installation shall comply with the following reference standards: Electrical Council (UK). • IEEE 519 - “Guide for Harmonic Control and Reactive Compensation of Static Power Converters.”...
  • Page 176: Output Chokes

    The information within the Operating Instructions commissioning and installation personnel can get shall be: an overview of all the most important HVAC • safety and CE / UL compliance parameters. Preference The VSDs shall be MICROMASTER Eco units manufactured by Siemens, or equivalent. 16-9...
  • Page 177: Your Parameter Settings

    ECO REFERENCE MANUAL YOUR PARAMETER SETTINGS Parameter Default Your Parameter Default Your setting setting P000 P089 P001 P091 P002 20.0 P092 P003 20.0 P093 P004 P094 50.0 (60 North America) P005 50 (60 North America) P095 P006 P101 2 Goes to either 0 or 1 after first energised P007 P111...
  • Page 178 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL C o m m isio n ing M IC R O M A S T E R E co D isp lay P aram eters B asic P aram eter s E xp ert P a ram eters S elect D isplay via Ram p-up tim e.
  • Page 179 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL ALPHA-INDEX Accessing parameters 13-3 Application examples 11-1 Basic mode parameters 13-5 Clear text operating panel OPe 15-2 Clearances and dimensions Control and regulation Control connections 10-9 Dimensions Dip selector switches 13-1 Direction of rotation 10-8 Display mode parameters 13-4 Eco operating instruction manual Eco reference manual...
  • Page 180 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL E (continued) Equipment rationalization Expert mode parameters 13-8 Fault codes 13-32 Fitting accessory filters 12-10 Frame sizes Fuse ratings 10-7 Hardware set-up 13-34 Harmonic input reactors 15-18 Induction motors Input reactor (chokes) 15-18 Keypad 13-1 Load considerations Low frequency harmonics Mains input reactors 5-11...
  • Page 181 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Options Options 15-1 Output filters 15-34 Output reactor (chokes) 15-28 Parameters 13-2 PID - internal PID parameter settings 13-35 PID process controls 13-34 Power and motor connections 10-4 Product description and applications Pulse width modulation Pulse width modulation RFI suppression filters 15-5 Serial communication...
  • Page 182 ECO REFERENCE MANUAL Variable frequency inverter Variable speed drives Variable speed drives 16-1 Variable torque applications Voltage and current de-rating (altitude) 14-6 Wear and tear Wiring guidelines to minimize effects of EMI 12-8...

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    HVAC Frequency Inverter for fans and pumps from 0.75kw to 315kw . So I want to C.T spication