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SINAMICS G120
SINAMICS G120C Inverter
Operating Instructions · 01/2011
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  • Page 1 SINAMICS G120 SINAMICS G120C Inverter Operating Instructions · 01/2011 SINAMICS Answers for industry.
  • Page 3 ___________________ SINAMICS G120C Inverter Safety notes ___________________ Introduction ___________________ Description SINAMICS ___________________ Installing SINAMICS G120C ___________________ SINAMICS G120C Inverter Commissioning ___________________ Adapting the terminal strip Operating Instructions ___________________ Configuring the fieldbus ___________________ Functions ___________________ Servicing and maintaining ___________________ Alarms, faults and system messages ___________________ Technical data...
  • 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............................... 9 Introduction.............................. 13 About this manual ........................13 Guide through this manual......................14 Adapting inverter to application....................15 2.3.1 General basics ..........................15 2.3.2 Parameter ............................15 Frequently required parameters....................16 Extended scope for adaptation ....................18 Description............................... 21 SINAMICS G120C inverter ......................21 Commissioning tools........................22 Interfaces .............................24 Installing ..............................
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents 5.4.2 Menu structure ..........................57 5.4.3 Freely selecting and changing parameters ................. 58 5.4.4 Basic commissioning........................59 5.4.5 Additional settings ........................60 Commissioning with STARTER ....................61 5.5.1 Overview ............................. 61 5.5.2 Adapting the USB interface......................62 5.5.3 Generating a STARTER project....................
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents 7.3.2.5 USS read request ........................118 7.3.2.6 USS write job ..........................119 7.3.2.7 USS process data channel (PZD)....................120 7.3.2.8 Time-out and other errors ......................121 7.3.3 Communication over Modbus RTU....................123 7.3.3.1 Modbus ............................123 7.3.3.2 Setting the address ........................124 7.3.3.3 Basic settings for communication ....................124 7.3.3.4 Modbus RTU telegram.......................125 7.3.3.5...
  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Motor control ..........................183 8.6.1 V/f control ..........................185 8.6.1.1 V/f control with linear and square-law characteristic..............185 8.6.1.2 Additional characteristics for the V/f control................186 8.6.1.3 Optimizing with a high break loose torque and brief overload ..........187 8.6.2 Vector control ..........................
  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents 8.10.8.6 Completing the certificate ......................245 Servicing and maintaining........................247 Overview of how to replace an inverter ..................247 Steps for replacing the inverter ....................248 Replacing the heat sink fan......................251 Replaing the internal fan ......................253 Alarms, faults and system messages..................... 255 10.1 Operating states indicated on LEDs ..................256 10.2...
  • Page 10 Table of contents SINAMICS G120C Inverter Operating Instructions, 01/2011, FW 4.4, A5E02999804A AB...
  • Page 11: Safety Notes

    Safety notes It has to be ensured by the machine manufacturer, that the line-side overcurrent protection equipment interrupts within 5 s (immovable equipment and modules in immovable equipment) in the case of minimum fault current (current on complete insulation failure to accessible conductive parts that are not live during operation and maximum current loop resistance).
  • Page 12 Safety notes CAUTION Transport and storage The level of physical shocks and vibration during transport and storage must correspond to class 2M3 according to EN 60721-3-2. It is important that the equipment is protected from water (rainfall) and excessive temperatures. WARNING Installation and Commissioning Wherever faults occurring in the control equipment can lead to substantial material damage...
  • Page 13 Safety notes WARNING Repair Repairs on equipment may only be carried out by Siemens Service, by repair centers authorized by Siemens or by authorized personnel who are thoroughly acquainted with all the warnings and operating procedures contained in this manual.
  • Page 14 Safety notes SINAMICS G120C Inverter Operating Instructions, 01/2011, FW 4.4, A5E02999804A AB...
  • Page 15: Introduction

    Introduction About this manual Who requires the operating instructions and what for? These operating instructions primarily address fitters, commissioning engineers and machine operators. The operating instructions describe the devices and device components and enable the target groups being addressed to install, connect-up, parameterize, and commission the inverters safely and in the correct manner.
  • Page 16: Guide Through This Manual

    Introduction 2.2 Guide through this manual Guide through this manual In this manual, you will find background information on your inverter, as well as a full description of the commissioning procedure: ① Should you be unfamiliar with assigning parameters to the inverter, background information can be found here: •...
  • Page 17: Adapting Inverter To Application

    Introduction 2.3 Adapting inverter to application Adapting inverter to application 2.3.1 General basics Inverters are used to improve and extend the starting and speed response of motors. Adapting the inverter to the drive task The inverter must match the motor that it is controlling and the drive task to be able to optimally operate and protect the motor.
  • Page 18: Frequently Required Parameters

    Introduction 2.4 Frequently required parameters Frequently required parameters Commonly used parameters Table 2- 1 Switching to commissioning mode or restore the factory setting Parameter Description p0010 Commissioning parameters 0: Ready (factory setting) 1: Perform quick commissioning 3: Perform motor commissioning 5: Technological applications and units 15: Define number of data records 30: Factory setting - initiate restore factory settings...
  • Page 19 Introduction 2.4 Frequently required parameters Table 2- 5 This is how you set the closed-loop type Parameter Description p1300 0: V/f control with linear characteristic 1: V/f control with linear characteristic and FCC 2: V/f control with parabolic characteristic 3: V/f control with parameterizable characteristic 4: V/f control with linear characteristic and ECO 5: V/f control for drives requiring a precise frequency (textile area) 6: V/f control for drive requiring a precise frequency and FCC...
  • Page 20: Extended Scope For Adaptation

    Introduction 2.5 Extended scope for adaptation Extended scope for adaptation Principle of operation of BICO technology Open/closed-loop control functions, communication functions as well as diagnostic and operator functions are implemented in the inverter. Every function comprises one or several BICO blocks that are interconnected with one another. Inputs Parameter Output...
  • Page 21 Introduction 2.5 Extended scope for adaptation Definition of BICO technology BICO technology represents a type of parameterization that can be used to disconnect all internal signal interconnections between BICO blocks or establish new connections. This is realized using Binectors and Connectors. Hence the name BICO technology. ( Binector Connector Technology) BICO parameters You can use the BICO parameters to define the sources of the input signals of a block.
  • Page 22 Introduction 2.5 Extended scope for adaptation What sources of information do you need to help you set parameters using BICO technology? ● This manual is sufficient for simple signal interconnections, e.g. assigning a different significance to the to digital inputs. ●...
  • Page 23: Description

    Description SINAMICS G120C inverter The SINAMICS G120C is a range of inverters for controlling the speed of three phase motors. The inverter is available in three frame sizes. SINAMICS G120C Inverter Operating Instructions, 01/2011, FW 4.4, A5E02999804A AB...
  • Page 24: Commissioning Tools

    PC tools STARTER - commissioning tool (PC software). STARTER on a DVD: Connected to the inverter using an USB cable 6SL3072-0AA00-0AG0 Download: STARTER (http://support.automation.siemens.com/ WW/view/en/10804985/130000) Drive ES Basic 6SW1700-5JA00-4AA0 For commissioning the inverter via PROFIBUS interface. Implements STARTER SINAMICS G120C Inverter...
  • Page 25 Description 3.2 Commissioning tools Component or tool Order number PC Connection Kit - Comprising STARTER DVD and USB 6SL3255-0AA00-2CA0 cable Optional memory card for storing and MMC card 6SL3254-0AM00-0AA0 transferring the inverter settings SD card 6ES7954-8LB00-0AA0 Components, which you require depending on your particular application Line reactor A line reactor protects the inverter from the characteristics of rough industrial line systems.
  • Page 26: Interfaces

    Description 3.3 Interfaces Interfaces The SINAMICS G120C Inverter has a number of interfaces allowing the Inverter to be adaptable for the most common drive applications. G120C USS/MB G120C DP G120C CAN Fieldbus interface USS/Modbus RTU PROFIBUS DP CanOpen Integrated fail-safe function Digital inputs Fail-safe digital inputs *) Analog inputs...
  • Page 27: Installing

    Installing Procedure for installing the inverter Prerequisites for installing the inverter Check that the following prerequisites are fulfilled before you install the inverter: ● Are the components, tools and small parts required for installation available? ● Are the ambient conditions permissible? See Technical data (Page 273). Installation sequence 1.
  • Page 28: Mounting The Inverter

    Installing 4.2 Mounting the inverter Mounting the inverter Mounting orientation Mount the inverter in a cabinet panel or directly on the cabinet wall. Figure 4-1 The Inverter must not be installed horizontally. Devices that could impede the flow of cooling air must not be installed in this area. Make sure that the ventilation openings for the cooling air for the inverter are not covered and that the flow of cooling air is not obstructed.
  • Page 29 Installing 4.2 Mounting the inverter Dimensions, drill patterns and minimum distances Frame Size A, 0.55 kW … 4.0 kW Distances to other equipment [mm] Dimensions [mm] Drill pattern [mm] Frame Size B, 5.5 kW … 7.5 kW Distances to other equipment [mm] Dimensions [mm] Drill pattern [mm] SINAMICS G120C Inverter...
  • Page 30 Installing 4.2 Mounting the inverter Frame Size C, 11 kW … 18.5 kW Distances to other equipment Dimensions [mm] Drill pattern [mm] [mm] SINAMICS G120C Inverter Operating Instructions, 01/2011, FW 4.4, A5E02999804A AB...
  • Page 31: Mounting The Line Reactor

    Installing 4.3 Mounting the line reactor Mounting the line reactor Dimensions and drill patterns Frame Size A, 0.55 kW … 1.1 kW Distances to other equipment [mm] Dimensions [mm] Drill pattern [mm] Frame Size A, 1.5 kW … 4.0 kW Distances to other equipment [mm] Dimensions [mm] Drill pattern [mm] SINAMICS G120C Inverter...
  • Page 32 Installing 4.3 Mounting the line reactor Frame Size B, 5.5 kW … 7.5 kW Distances to other equipment [mm] Dimensions [mm] Drill pattern [mm] Frame Size C, 11 kW … 18.5 kW Distances to other equipment [mm] Dimensions [mm] Drill pattern [mm] SINAMICS G120C Inverter Operating Instructions, 01/2011, FW 4.4, A5E02999804A AB...
  • Page 33: Connecting The Inverter

    Installing 4.4 Connecting the inverter Connecting the inverter 4.4.1 Power distribution systems Overview of Power Distribution Systems The power distribution systems described below, as defined in EN 60950 , have been considered in the design of the inverter. In the next figures three phase systems are outlined. The three phase inverter must be connected to L1, L2 and L3.
  • Page 34 Installing 4.4 Connecting the inverter IT supplies are fully isolated from the protective earth system, usually by an isolating transformer. It should be noted, however, that a protective earth is still provided. WARNING Inverters with built-in filters or external filters must not be used with IT supplies. If the inverter connected to an IT supply is required to remain operational if an output phase is connected to ground, then an output reactor must be fitted to prevent overcurrent tripping.
  • Page 35: Connecting The Line Supply And Motor

    Installing 4.4 Connecting the inverter 4.4.2 Connecting the line supply and motor Preconditions Once the inverter has been properly installed, the line and motor connections can now be established. The following warning information must be observed here. WARNING Line and motor connections The inverter must be grounded on the line supply and motor side.
  • Page 36 Installing 4.4 Connecting the inverter Table 4- 2 Permissible cable cross section (tightening torque) Inverter frame size (FS) Inverter (mains supply Line reactor Braking resistor and motor) FSA, 0.55 kW … 4.0 kW 2.5 mm² 14 AWG 4 mm² 12 AWG PE M4 (3 Nm 2.5 mm²...
  • Page 37 – 50 m for inverter without filter – 25 m for inverter with filter Star connection and delta connection With SIEMENS motors, you will see a diagram of both connection types on the inside of the cover of the terminal box: •...
  • Page 38: Emc-compliant Connection

    Installing 4.4 Connecting the inverter Examples for operating the inverter and motor on a 400 V line supply Assumption: The motor rating plate states 230/400 V Δ/Y. Case 1: A motor is normally operated between standstill and its rated speed (i.e. a speed corresponding to the line frequency).
  • Page 39 Installing 4.4 Connecting the inverter Cable routing and shielding ● All inverter power cables (line supply cables, connecting cables between the braking chopper and the associated braking resistance as well as the motor cables) must be separately routed away from signal and data cables. The minimum clearance should be approx.
  • Page 40 Installing 4.4 Connecting the inverter EMC-compliant installation of the inverter The EMC-compliant installation of the inverter is shown in the following diagram. Figure 4-3 Inverter shielding SINAMICS G120C Inverter Operating Instructions, 01/2011, FW 4.4, A5E02999804A AB...
  • Page 41: Interfaces, Connectors, Switches, Terminal Blocks And Leds Of The Inverter

    Installing 4.4 Connecting the inverter 4.4.4 Interfaces, connectors, switches, terminal blocks and LEDs of the inverter In the diagrams below, the complete breakdown of all user interfaces are explained. Figure 4-4 Interfaces and connectors SINAMICS G120C Inverter Operating Instructions, 01/2011, FW 4.4, A5E02999804A AB...
  • Page 42: Terminal Strips On The Inverter

    Installing 4.4 Connecting the inverter 4.4.5 Terminal strips on the inverter Figure 4-5 Terminal layout G120C You can use the analog inputs AI0 and AI1 as additional digital inputs DI11 and DI12. For a fail-safe input, use two "standard" digital inputs. Terminals Designation Fail-safe input with Basic Safety...
  • Page 43: Selecting The Interface Assignments

    Installing 4.4 Connecting the inverter 4.4.6 Selecting the interface assignments The inverter offers multiple predefined settings for its interfaces. One of these predefined settings matches your particular application Proceed as follows: 1. Wire the inverter corresponding to your application. 2. Carry-out the basic commissioning, see Section Commissioning (Page 47). In the basic commissioning, select the macro (the predefined settings of the interfaces) that matches your particular wiring.
  • Page 44 Installing 4.4 Connecting the inverter Fixed speeds You have to release STO, see section: Fail-safe function Safe Torque Off (STO) (Page 228). For getting the GSD file, see section: Configuring communication to the control (Page 92). SINAMICS G120C Inverter Operating Instructions, 01/2011, FW 4.4, A5E02999804A AB...
  • Page 45 Installing 4.4 Connecting the inverter You have to release STO, see section: Fail-safe function Safe Torque Off (STO) (Page 228). For getting the GSD file, see section: Configuring communication to the control (Page 92). Automatic / Manual - change over from field bus to jog Factory setting with G120C DP: For getting the GSD file, see section: Configuring communication to the control (Page 92).
  • Page 46 Installing 4.4 Connecting the inverter Analog setpoint You have to release STO, see section Fail-safe function Safe Torque Off (STO) (Page 228). Process industry For getting the GSD file, see section: Configuring communication to the control (Page 92). SINAMICS G120C Inverter Operating Instructions, 01/2011, FW 4.4, A5E02999804A AB...
  • Page 47 Installing 4.4 Connecting the inverter Two or three wire control Macro 12 is factory setting with the G120C USS/MB and G120C CAN. Communication with the higher-level control via USS Communication with the higher-level control via CANopen For getting the EDS file, see section: CANopen functionality of the inverter (Page 134). SINAMICS G120C Inverter Operating Instructions, 01/2011, FW 4.4, A5E02999804A AB...
  • Page 48: Wiring Terminal Strips

    Installing 4.4 Connecting the inverter 4.4.7 Wiring terminal strips Solid or flexible cables are permitted as signal lines. Wire end ferrules must not be used for the spring-loaded terminals. The permissible cable cross-section ranges between 0.5 mm² (21 AWG) and 1.5 mm² (16 AWG).
  • Page 49: Commissioning

    Commissioning You must commission the inverter after installation has been completed. To do this, using Section "Commissioning with factory settings (Page 53)" you must clarify whether the motor can be operated with the inverter factory settings or an additional adaptation of the inverter is required. The two commissioning options are shown in the following diagram.
  • Page 50: Restoring The Factory Setting

    Commissioning 5.1 Restoring the factory setting NOTICE For the basic commissioning, you determine the function of the interfaces for your inverter via predefined settings (p0015). If you subsequently select a different predefined setting for the function of the interfaces, then all BICO interconnections that you changed will be lost. Restoring the factory setting There are cases where something goes wrong when commissioning a drive system e.g.: ●...
  • Page 51: Preparing Commissioning

    Commissioning 5.2 Preparing commissioning Restoring the factory setting with STARTER or BOP-2 This function resets the settings in the inverter to the factory settings. Note The communication settings and the settings of the motor standard (IEC/NEMA) are retained even after restoring the factory setting. Table 5- 2 Procedure STARTER...
  • Page 52: Collecting Motor Data

    TICI F 1325 IP 55 IM B3 commissioning tool and a 230/400 V Δ/Υ 50 Hz 60 Hz 460 V SIEMENS motor, you 5.5kW 19.7/11.A 6.5kW 10.9 A P0307 only have to specify the motor Order No. In all Cos ϕ 0.81 1455/min Cos ϕ...
  • Page 53: Inverter Factory Setting

    Commissioning 5.2 Preparing commissioning 5.2.2 Inverter factory setting Factory settings of additional important parameters Parameter Factory setting Meaning of the factory Name of the parameter and comments setting p0010 Ready to be entered Drive, commissioning parameter filter p0100 Europe [50 Hz] IEC/NEMA motor standard IEC, Europe •...
  • Page 54: Defining Requirements For The Application

    Commissioning 5.2 Preparing commissioning 5.2.3 Defining requirements for the application What type of control is needed for the application? [P1300] A distinction is made between V/f open-loop control and vector closed-loop control. ● The V/f open-loop control is the simplest operating mode for an inverter. For example, it is used for applications involving pumps, fans or motors with belt drives.
  • Page 55: Commissioning With Factory Settings

    Commissioning 5.3 Commissioning with factory settings Commissioning with factory settings 5.3.1 Prerequisites for using the factory settings Prerequisites for using the factory settings In simple applications, commissioning can be carried out just using the factory settings. Check which factory settings can be used and which functions need to be changed. During this check you will probably find that the factory settings only require slight adjustment: 1.
  • Page 56: Wiring Examples For The Factory Settings

    Commissioning 5.3 Commissioning with factory settings 5.3.2 Wiring examples for the factory settings To ensure that the factory setting can be used, you must wire the terminal strip of your inverter as shown in the following examples. Factorry pre-assignment of the terminal block at the inverter with RS485 field bus interface Figure 5-2 Default wiring using RS485 communications Note...
  • Page 57 Commissioning 5.3 Commissioning with factory settings Factory pre-assignment of the terminal block at the inverter with PROFIBUS interface Figure 5-3 Default wiring using PROFIBUS communications Note Assignment of terminals following basic commissioning The inverter is assigned in the same way as the inverter without PROFIBUS interface when you deselect bus communication for both the command sources and the setpoint value specification during basic commissioning of the inverter.
  • Page 58: Commissioning With Operator Panel Bop-2

    Commissioning 5.4 Commissioning with Operator Panel BOP-2 Commissioning with Operator Panel BOP-2 Remove the blind cover and snap the BOP-2 on the inverter: 5.4.1 Display of the BOP-2 Figure 5-4 Operator control and display elements of the BOP-2 SINAMICS G120C Inverter Operating Instructions, 01/2011, FW 4.4, A5E02999804A AB...
  • Page 59: Menu Structure

    Commissioning 5.4 Commissioning with Operator Panel BOP-2 5.4.2 Menu structure OK ESC OK ESC OK ESC OK ESC OK ESC OK ESC OK ESC Changing parameter values: ① Parameter number freely selectable ② Basic commissioning SINAMICS G120C Inverter Operating Instructions, 01/2011, FW 4.4, A5E02999804A AB...
  • Page 60: Freely Selecting And Changing Parameters

    Commissioning 5.4 Commissioning with Operator Panel BOP-2 5.4.3 Freely selecting and changing parameters Use BOP-2 to change your inverter settings, by selecting the appropriate parameter number and changing the parameter value. Parameter values can be changed in the "PARAMS" menu and the "SETUP" menu. >2 sec >2 sec Select the parameter number...
  • Page 61: Basic Commissioning

    Commissioning 5.4 Commissioning with Operator Panel BOP-2 5.4.4 Basic commissioning Menu Remark Set all parameters for the "SETUP" menu. In the BOP-2, select the menu "SETUP". Select Reset if you wish to reset all parameters to the factory setting before the basic commissioning: NO →...
  • Page 62: Additional Settings

    Commissioning 5.4 Commissioning with Operator Panel BOP-2 Identifying motor data If you select the MOT ID (p1900) during basic commissioning, alarm A07991 will be issued once basic commissioning is complete. To enable the inverter to identify the data for the connected motor, you must switch on the motor (e.g.
  • Page 63: Commissioning With Starter

    ● A computer with Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7, which is connected to the converter via the USB cable and on which STARTER V4.2 or higher has been installed. You can find updates for STARTER in the Internet under: Download STARTER (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/10804985/133100) Commissioning steps Commissioning with STARTER is subdivided into the following steps: 1.
  • Page 64: Adapting The Usb Interface

    Commissioning 5.5 Commissioning with STARTER 5.5.2 Adapting the USB interface Switch on the converter supply voltage and start the STARTER commissioning software. If you are using STARTER for the first time, you must check whether the USB interface is correctly set. To do this, click in STARTER on (accessible participants).
  • Page 65: Generating A Starter Project

    Commissioning 5.5 Commissioning with STARTER 5.5.3 Generating a STARTER project Creating a STARTER project using project wizards • Using "Project / New with wizard" create a new project. • To start the wizard, click on "Search online for drive units ...". •...
  • Page 66 • In the next step, enter the motor data according to the rating plate of your motor. The motor data for SIEMENS standard motors can be called in STARTER based on their order number. • In the next step, we recommend the setting "Identify motor data at...
  • Page 67 Commissioning 5.5 Commissioning with STARTER • In the next step, we recommend the setting "Calculate motor data only". ① In the next step, set the • check mark for "RAM to ROM (save data in drive)" in order to save your data in the converter so that it is not lost when the power fails.
  • Page 68 Commissioning 5.5 Commissioning with STARTER ① Open by double-clicking on the control panel • in STARTER. ② Fetch the master control for the converter • ③ Set the "Enable signals" • ④ Switch on the motor. • The converter now starts to identify the motor data.
  • Page 69: Making Additional Settings

    Commissioning 5.5 Commissioning with STARTER 5.5.5 Making additional settings After the basic commissioning, you can adapt the inverter to your application as described in the Commissioning (Page 47). STARTER offers two options: 1. Change the settings using the appropriate screen forms - our recommendation. ①...
  • Page 70: Trace Function For Optimizing The Drive

    Commissioning 5.5 Commissioning with STARTER 5.5.6 Trace function for optimizing the drive Description The trace function is used for converter diagnostics and helps to optimize the behavior of the drive. Start the function in the navigation bar using "... Control_Unit/Commissioning/Device trace".
  • Page 71 Commissioning 5.5 Commissioning with STARTER Trigger You can create your own start condition (trigger) for the trace. With the factory setting (default setting) the trace starts as soon as you press the button (Start Trace). Using the button , you can define another trigger to start the measurement. Using pretrigger, set the time for the recording before the trigger is set.
  • Page 72 Commissioning 5.5 Commissioning with STARTER Display options In this area, you can set how the measurement results are displayed. ● Repeat measurement: This means that you place the measurements, which you wish to perform at different times, one above one another ●...
  • Page 73: Data Backup And Series Commissioning

    Commissioning 5.6 Data backup and series commissioning Data backup and series commissioning External data backup After commissioning, your settings are saved in the inverter so that they are protected against power failure. Further, we recommend that you externally save the parameter settings so that in the case of a defect, you can simply replace the Power Module or Control Unit (see also Steps for replacing the inverter (Page 248)).
  • Page 74: Backing Up And Transferring Settings Using Memory Card

    Commissioning 5.6 Data backup and series commissioning 5.6.1 Backing up and transferring settings using memory card What memory cards do we recommend? The memory card is a removable flash memory, that offers you the following options ● Automatically or manually write parameter settings from the card into the inverter (automatic or manual download) ●...
  • Page 75 Commissioning 5.6 Data backup and series commissioning If you wish to transfer the parameter setting from the inverter on to a memory card (Upload), you have two options: Automatic upload The inverter power supply has been switched off. 1. Insert an empty memory card into the inverter. 2.
  • Page 76: Transferring The Setting From The Memory Card

    Commissioning 5.6 Data backup and series commissioning 5.6.1.2 Transferring the setting from the memory card If you wish to transfer the parameter setting from a memory card into the inverter (download), you have two options: Automatic download The inverter power supply has been switched off. 1.
  • Page 77: Safely Remove The Memory Card

    Commissioning 5.6 Data backup and series commissioning Inverter with enabled safety functions You must confirm the settings of the safety functions. Table 5- 3 Procedure STARTER BOP-2 Set the following parameters: 1. Go online with STARTER 2. Call the safety functions screen form p9761 = …...
  • Page 78: Backing Up And Transferring Settings Using Starter

    Commissioning 5.6 Data backup and series commissioning 5.6.2 Backing up and transferring settings using STARTER Backing up the inverter settings on PC/PG (upload) 1. Go online with STARTER: 2. Click on the button "Load project to PG": 3. To save data in the PG (computer), click on Transferring settings from the PC/PG into the inverter (download) 1.
  • Page 79: Saving Settings And Transferring Them Using An Operator Panel

    Commissioning 5.6 Data backup and series commissioning 5.6.3 Saving settings and transferring them using an operator panel You start the download or upload in the "TOOLS" menu. Download for inverters with enabled safety functions You must confirm the settings of the safety functions. Table 5- 4 Procedure Set the following parameters...
  • Page 80 Commissioning 5.6 Data backup and series commissioning SINAMICS G120C Inverter Operating Instructions, 01/2011, FW 4.4, A5E02999804A AB...
  • Page 81: Adapting The Terminal Strip

    Adapting the terminal strip Before you adapt the inputs and outputs of the inverter, you should have completed the basic commissioning, see Chapter Commissioning (Page 47) . In the basic commissioning, select an assignment of the inverter interfaces from several predefined configurations, see Section Wiring examples for the factory settings (Page 54).
  • Page 82: Digital Inputs

    Adapting the terminal strip 6.1 Digital inputs Digital inputs Digital input terminals Changing the function of the digital input Interconnect the status parameter of the digital input with a BI: pxxxx binector input of your choice. r0722.0 Binector inputs are marked with "BI" in the parameter list of the List r0722.1 Manual.
  • Page 83 Adapting the terminal strip 6.1 Digital inputs Advanced settings You can debounce the digital input signal using parameter p0724. For more information, see the parameter list and the function block diagrams 2220 ff of the List Manual. Analog input as digital input When required, you can use the analog input as additional digital input.
  • Page 84: Fail-safe Digital Input

    Adapting the terminal strip 6.2 Fail-safe digital input Fail-safe digital input This manual describes the STO safety function with control via a fail-safe input. Additional safety functions, additional fail-safe digital inputs of the inverter and the control of the safety functions via PROFIsafe are described in the Safety Integrated Function Manual.
  • Page 85: Digital Outputs

    Adapting the terminal strip 6.3 Digital outputs Digital outputs Digital output terminals Changing the function of the digital output Interconnect the digital output with a binector output of your p0730 choice. BO: ryyxx.n Binector outputs are marked with "BO" in the parameter list of the List Manual.
  • Page 86: Analog Inputs

    Adapting the terminal strip 6.4 Analog inputs Analog inputs Analog input terminals Changing the function of the analog input 1. Define the analog input type using p0756[0] parameter p0756 and the switch on the CI: pyyyy inverter (e.g. voltage input -10 V … 10 V or r0755[0] current input 4 mA …...
  • Page 87 Adapting the terminal strip 6.4 Analog inputs Figure 6-2 Examples for scaling characteristics Table 6- 5 Parameters for the scaling characteristic and wire break monitoring Parameter Description p0757 x-coordinate of 1st characteristic point [V or mA] p0758 y coordinate of the 1st characteristic point [% of p200x] p200x are the parameters of the reference variables, e.g.
  • Page 88 Adapting the terminal strip 6.4 Analog inputs Parameter Description p0756[0] = 3 Analog input type Set DIP switch for AI 0 to current input Define analog input 0 as current input ("I"): with wire break monitoring. After changing p0756 to the value 3, the inverter sets the scaling characteristic parameters to the following values: p0757[0] = 4,0;...
  • Page 89: Analog Outputs

    Adapting the terminal strip 6.5 Analog outputs Analog outputs Analog output terminals Changing the function of the analog output 1. Define the analog output type using parameter p0776[0] p0776 (e.g. voltage output -10 V … 10 V or p0771[0] current output 4 mA … 20 mA). CO: rxxyy 2.
  • Page 90 Adapting the terminal strip 6.5 Analog outputs You must define your own characteristic if none of the default types match your particular application. Example: The inverter should convert a signal in the value range -100 % … 100 % into a 6 mA …...
  • Page 91 Adapting the terminal strip 6.5 Analog outputs Advanced settings You can manipulate the signal that you output via an analog output, as follows: ● Absolute-value generation of the signal (p0775) ● Signal inversion (p0782) Additional information is provided in the parameter list of the List Manual. SINAMICS G120C Inverter Operating Instructions, 01/2011, FW 4.4, A5E02999804A AB...
  • Page 92 Adapting the terminal strip 6.5 Analog outputs SINAMICS G120C Inverter Operating Instructions, 01/2011, FW 4.4, A5E02999804A AB...
  • Page 93: Data Exchange Via The Fieldbus

    Configuring the fieldbus Before you connect the inverter to the field bus, you should have completed the basic commissioning, see Chapter Commissioning (Page 47) Fieldbus interfaces of the inverter The inverter is available in different versions for communication with higher-level controls with the subsequently listed fieldbus interfaces: Fieldbus Profile...
  • Page 94: Communication Via Profibus

    7.2.1 Connect the frequency inverter to PROFIBUS Permissible cable lengths, routing and shielding the PROFIBUS cable Information can be found in the Internet (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/1971286). Recommended PROFIBUS connectors We recommend connectors with the following order numbers for connecting the PROFIBUS cable: ●...
  • Page 95: Basic Settings For Communication

    Set the send and receive telegram, see Cyclic communication (Page 94) Standard telegram 1, PZD-2/2 Standard telegram 20, PZD-2/6 SIEMENS telegram 352, PZD-6/6 353: SIEMENS telegram 353, PZD-2/2, PKW-4/4 354: SIEMENS telegram 354, PZD-6/6, PKW-4/4 999: Free telegram configuration with BICO Using parameter p0922, you automatically interconnect the corresponding signals of the inverter to the telegram.
  • Page 96: Cyclic Communication

    Configuring the fieldbus 7.2 Communication via PROFIBUS 7.2.5 Cyclic communication The PROFIdrive profile defines different telegram types. Telegrams contain the data for cyclic communication with a defined meaning and sequence. The inverter has the telegram types listed in the table below. Table 7- 3 Inverter telegram types Telegram type (p0922)
  • Page 97: Control And Status Word 1

    Configuring the fieldbus 7.2 Communication via PROFIBUS Table 7- 5 Telegram status in the inverter Process data Control ⇒ inverter Inverter ⇒ control item Status of the received Bits 0…15 in the received Defining the word to be Status of the sent word word word sent...
  • Page 98 Configuring the fieldbus 7.2 Communication via PROFIBUS Control word 1 (STW1) Control word 1 (bits 0 … 10 in accordance with PROFIdrive profile and VIK/NAMUR, bits 11 … 15 specific to inverter). Table 7- 6 Control word 1 and interconnection with parameters in the inverter Bit Value Significance Comments...
  • Page 99 7.2 Communication via PROFIBUS Status word 1 (ZSW1) Status word 1 (bits 0 to 10 in accordance with PROFIdrive profile and VIK/NAMUR, bits 11 to 15 for SINAMICS G120 only). Table 7- 7 Status word 1 and interconnection with parameters in the inverter...
  • Page 100: Data Structure Of The Parameter Channel

    Configuring the fieldbus 7.2 Communication via PROFIBUS 7.2.5.2 Data structure of the parameter channel Parameter channel You can write and read parameter values via the parameter channel, e.g. in order to monitor process data. The parameter channel always comprises four words. Figure 7-1 Structure of the parameter channel Parameter identifier (PKE), 1st word...
  • Page 101 Configuring the fieldbus 7.2 Communication via PROFIBUS Table 7- 8 Request identifier (control → inverter) Request Description Response identifier identifier positive negative No request 7 / 8 Request parameter value 1 / 2 ↑ Change parameter value (word) Change parameter value (double word) Request descriptive element Request parameter value (field) 4 / 5...
  • Page 102 Configuring the fieldbus 7.2 Communication via PROFIBUS If the response identifier is 7 (request cannot be processed), one of the error numbers listed in the following table will be saved in parameter value 2 (PWE2). Table 7- 10 Error numbers for the response "Request cannot be processed" Description Comments Impermissible parameter number (PNU)
  • Page 103 Configuring the fieldbus 7.2 Communication via PROFIBUS Parameter index (IND) Figure 7-3 Structure of the parameter index (IND) ● For indexed parameters, select the index of the parameter by transferring the appropriate value between 0 and 254 to the subindex within a job. ●...
  • Page 104 Configuring the fieldbus 7.2 Communication via PROFIBUS Example of read request for parameter P7841[2] To obtain the value of the indexed parameter P7841, you must fill the telegram of the parameter channel with the following data: ● Request parameter value (field): Bits 15 … 12 in the PKE word: Request identifier = 6 ●...
  • Page 105: Slave-to-slave Communication

    Configuring the fieldbus 7.2 Communication via PROFIBUS 7.2.5.3 Slave-to-slave communication With "Slave-slave communication" ( also called "Data Exchange Broadcast") it is possible to quickly exchange data between inverters (slaves) without the master being directly involved, for instance to use the actual value of one inverter as setpoint for other inverters. For slave-to-slave communication, in the control system you must define which inverter acts as publisher (sender) or subscriber (receiver) - and which data or data areas (access points) you wish to use for slave-to-slave communication.
  • Page 106: Acyclic Communication

    Configuring the fieldbus 7.2 Communication via PROFIBUS 7.2.6 Acyclic communication 7.2.6.1 Acyclic communication As from performance level DP-V1, PROFIBUS communications offer acyclic data communications apart from cyclic communications. You can parameterize and troubleshoot (diagnostics) the inverter via acyclic data transfer. Acyclic data is transferred in parallel with cyclic data transfer but with a lower priority.
  • Page 107 Configuring the fieldbus 7.2 Communication via PROFIBUS Table 7- 14 Converter response to a read request Data block Byte n Bytes n + 1 Header Reference (identical to a read request) 01 hex: Converter has executed the read request. 81 hex: Converter was not able to completely execute the read request.
  • Page 108 Configuring the fieldbus 7.2 Communication via PROFIBUS Changing parameter values Table 7- 15 Request to change parameters Data block Byte n Bytes n + 1 01 hex ... FF hex Header Reference 02 hex: Change request 01 hex ... 27 hex 01 hex Number of parameters (m) Address, parameter 1...
  • Page 109 Configuring the fieldbus 7.2 Communication via PROFIBUS Table 7- 17 Response, if the converter was not able to completely execute the change request Data block Byte n Bytes n + 1 Header Reference (identical to a change request) 82 hex 01 hex Number of parameters (identical to a change request)
  • Page 110 Configuring the fieldbus 7.2 Communication via PROFIBUS Error Meaning value 1 (illegal or unsupported value for attribute, number of elements, parameter number, 16 hex Illegal parameter address subindex or a combination of these) 17 hex Illegal format (change request for an illegal or unsupported format) (number of values of the parameter data to not match the number of elements 18 hex Number of values not consistent...
  • Page 111: Communication Via Rs485

    Configuring the fieldbus 7.3 Communication via RS485 Communication via RS485 7.3.1 Integrating inverters into a bus system via the RS485 interface Connecting to a network via RS485 Connect the inverter to your fieldbus via the RS485 interface. Position and assignment of the RS485 interface can be found in section Interfaces, connectors, switches, terminal blocks and LEDs of the inverter (Page 39).
  • Page 112: Communication Via Uss

    Configuring the fieldbus 7.3 Communication via RS485 7.3.2 Communication via USS 7.3.2.1 Setting the address You can set the inverter's USS address using either DIP switches on the Control Unit or parameter p2021. Valid USS addresses: 1 … 30 Invalid USS addresses: 0, 31 …...
  • Page 113 Configuring the fieldbus 7.3 Communication via RS485 Description Telegrams with both a variable and fixed length can be used. This can be selected using parameters p2022 and p2023 to define the length of the PZD and the PKW within the net data.
  • Page 114: User Data Range Of The Uss Telegram

    ● Bit 5 broadcast bit Bit 5 = 0: normal data exchange. Bit 5 = 1: Address (bits 0 … 4) is not evaluated (is not supported in SINAMICS G120!). ● Bit 6 mirror telegram Bit 6 = 0: normal data exchange. Bit 6 = 1: The slave returns the telegram unchanged to the master.
  • Page 115: Data Structure Of The Uss Parameter Channel

    Configuring the fieldbus 7.3 Communication via RS485 The length for the parameter channel is determined by parameter p2023 and the length for the process data is specified by parameter p2022. If the parameter channel or the PZD is not required, the appropriate parameters can be set to zero ("PKW only" or "PZD only"). It is not possible to transfer "PKW only"...
  • Page 116 Configuring the fieldbus 7.3 Communication via RS485 The following table includes the request ID for telegrams between the master → inverter. Table 7- 19 Request identifier (master → inverter) Request Description Response identifier identifier Positive Negative No request Request parameter value 1 / 2 Change parameter value (word) Change parameter value (double word)
  • Page 117 Configuring the fieldbus 7.3 Communication via RS485 If the response ID = 7, then the inverter sends one of the error numbers listed in the following table in parameter value 2 (PWE2). Table 7- 21 Error numbers for the response "Request cannot be processed" Description Comments Impermissible parameter number (PNU)
  • Page 118 Configuring the fieldbus 7.3 Communication via RS485 Parameter index (IND) Figure 7-8 Structure of the parameter index (IND) ● For indexed parameters, select the index of the parameter by transferring the appropriate value between 0 and 254 to the subindex within a job. ●...
  • Page 119 Configuring the fieldbus 7.3 Communication via RS485 Parameter value (PWE) You can vary the number of PWEs using parameter p2023. Parameter channel with fixed length Parameter channel with variable length P2023 = 4 P2023 = 127 A parameter channel with fixed length should For a variable length of parameter channel, the contain 4 words as this setting is sufficient for all master will only send the number of PWEs...
  • Page 120: Uss Read Request

    Configuring the fieldbus 7.3 Communication via RS485 7.3.2.5 USS read request Example: Reading out alarm messages from the inverter. The parameter channel comprises four words (p2023 = 4). In order to obtain the values of the indexed parameter r2122, you must fill the telegram of the parameter channel with the following data: ●...
  • Page 121: Uss Write Job

    722 = 2D2H. ● Drive Object: Enter bit 10 … 15 in PWE2 (4th word): for SINAMICS G120, always 63 = 3FH ● Index of the parameter: Enter bit 0 … 9 in PWE2 (word4): in example 2.
  • Page 122: Uss Process Data Channel (pzd)

    Configuring the fieldbus 7.3 Communication via RS485 7.3.2.7 USS process data channel (PZD) Description Process data (PZD) is exchanged between the master and slave in this telegram range. Depending on the direction of transfer, the process data channel contains request data for the slave or response data to the master.
  • Page 123: Time-out And Other Errors

    Configuring the fieldbus 7.3 Communication via RS485 7.3.2.8 Time-out and other errors You require the telegram runtimes in order to set the telegram monitoring. The character runtime is the basis of the telegram runtime: Table 7- 25 Character runtime Baud rate in bit/s Transmission time per bit Character run time (= 11 bits) 9600...
  • Page 124 Configuring the fieldbus 7.3 Communication via RS485 The duration of the start delay must at least be as long as the time for two characters and depends on the baud rate. Table 7- 26 Duration of the start delay Baud rate in bit/s Transmission time per character (= 11 bits) Min.
  • Page 125: Communication Over Modbus Rtu

    Configuring the fieldbus 7.3 Communication via RS485 7.3.3 Communication over Modbus RTU 7.3.3.1 Modbus Overview of communication using Modbus The Modbus protocol is a communication protocol with linear topology based on a master/slave architecture. Modbus offers three transmission modes: ● Modbus ASCII Data is transferred in ASCII code.
  • Page 126: Setting The Address

    Configuring the fieldbus 7.3 Communication via RS485 7.3.3.2 Setting the address You can set the inverter's Modbus RTU address using either DIP switches on the Control Unit or parameter p2021. Valid Modbus RTU addresses: 1 … 247 Invalid Modbus RTU addresses: If you have specified a valid address using DIP switches, this address will always be the one that takes effect and p2021 cannot be changed.
  • Page 127: Modbus Rtu Telegram

    Configuring the fieldbus 7.3 Communication via RS485 7.3.3.4 Modbus RTU telegram Description For Modbus, there is precisely one master and up to 247 slaves. Communication is always triggered by the master. The slaves can only transfer data at the request of the master. Slave-to-slave communication is not possible.
  • Page 128: Baud Rates And Mapping Tables

    Configuring the fieldbus 7.3 Communication via RS485 7.3.3.5 Baud rates and mapping tables Permissible baud rates and telegram delay The Modbus RTU telegram requires a pause for the following cases: ● Start detection ● Between the individual frames ● End detection Minimum duration: Processing time for 3.5 bytes (can be set via p2024[2]).
  • Page 129 Configuring the fieldbus 7.3 Communication via RS485 The valid holding register addressing range extends from 40001 to 40522. Access to other holding registers generates the fault "Exception Code". The registers 40100 to 40111 are described as process data. A telegram monitoring time can be activated in p2040 for these registers.
  • Page 130 Configuring the fieldbus 7.3 Communication via RS485 Modbus Description Modbus Unit Scaling On/Off text Data / parameter Reg. No. access factor or value range Converter identification 40300 Powerstack number 0 … 32767 r0200 40301 Converter firmware 0.0001 0.00 … 327.67 r0018 Converter data 40320...
  • Page 131: Write And Read Access Via Fc 3 And Fc 6

    Configuring the fieldbus 7.3 Communication via RS485 Modbus Description Modbus Unit Scaling On/Off text Data / parameter Reg. No. access factor or value range Technology controller adjustment 40510 Time constant for actual value 0.00 … 60.0 p2265 filter of the technology controller 40511 Scaling factor for actual value of 0.00 …...
  • Page 132 Configuring the fieldbus 7.3 Communication via RS485 Table 7- 29 Structure of a read request for slave number 17 Example Byte Description 11 h Slave address 03 h Function code 00 h Register start address "High" (register 40110) Register start address "Low" 6D h 00 h No.
  • Page 133: Communication Procedure

    Configuring the fieldbus 7.3 Communication via RS485 Table 7- 31 Structure of a write request for slave number 17 Example Byte Description 11 h Slave address 06 h Function code 00 h Register start address "High" (write register 40100) Register start address "Low" 63 h 55 h Register data "High"...
  • Page 134 Configuring the fieldbus 7.3 Communication via RS485 Logical error If the slave detects a logical error within a request, it responds to the master with an "exception response". In the response, the highest bit in the function code is set to 1. If the slave receives, for example, an unsupported function code from the master, the slave responds with an "exception response"...
  • Page 135: Communication Via Canopen

    Configuring the fieldbus 7.4 Communication via CANopen Communication via CANopen Connecting an inverter to a CAN bus Connect the inverter to the fieldbus via the 9-pin SUB-D pin connector. The connections of this pin connector are short-circuit proof and isolated. If the inverter forms the first or last slave in the CANopen network, then you must switch-in the bus terminating resistor.
  • Page 136: Configuring Communication To The Control

    7.4.1 Configuring communication to the control The EDS file is the description file of the SINAMICS G120 converter for CANopen networks. If you load the EDS file into your CAN controller, you can use the objects of the DSP 402 device profile.
  • Page 137: Commissioning Canopen

    Configuring the fieldbus 7.4 Communication via CANopen COB ID A communication object includes data – which is transferred – and an 11 bit COB-ID, which uniquely identifies it. The priority when executing the communication objects is controlled using the COB-ID. The communication object with the lowest COB-ID always has the highest priority.
  • Page 138: Monitoring The Communication And Response Of The Inverter

    Configuring the fieldbus 7.4 Communication via CANopen Setting the node ID You can define the node ID either using the DIP switch on the Control Unit, using parameter p8620 or in STARTER in the screen form under "Control Unit/Communication/CAN" under the CAN interface tab.
  • Page 139: Sdo Services

    Configuring the fieldbus 7.4 Communication via CANopen Converter response to a bus fault - CAN controller state "Bus off" (converter fault F8700, fault value 1) If you acknowledge the bus fault using OFF/ON, the bus OFF state is also canceled and communication is restarted.
  • Page 140 Configuring the fieldbus 7.4 Communication via CANopen Structure of the SDO protocols The SDO services use the appropriate protocol depending on the task. The basic structure is shown below: Header information n user data Byte 0 Byte 1 und 2 Byte 3 Byte 4 ...
  • Page 141 Configuring the fieldbus 7.4 Communication via CANopen SDO abort codes Table 7- 34 SDO abort codes Abort code Description 0503 0000h Toggle bit not alternated. Toggle bit has not changed 0504 0000h SDO protocol timed out. Timeout for SDO protocol 0504 0001h Client/server command specifier not valid or unknown.
  • Page 142: Access To Sinamics Parameters Via Sdo

    Configuring the fieldbus 7.4 Communication via CANopen 0607 0012h Data type does not match, length of service parameter too high. Data type is not correct, service parameter is too long 0607 0013h Data type does not match, length of service parameter too low. Data type is not correct, service parameter is too short 0609 0011h Subindex does not exist...
  • Page 143 Configuring the fieldbus 7.4 Communication via CANopen Not all of the parameters can be directly addressed via this range. This is the reason that in CAN, an inverter parameter always comprises two parameters from the inverter; these are the offset specified using parameter p8630[2] and the parameter itself. ●...
  • Page 144: Pdo And Pdo Services

    Configuring the fieldbus 7.4 Communication via CANopen 7.4.3.5 PDO and PDO services Process data objects (PDO) For CANopen, (real-time) transfer of process data is realized using "Process Data Objects" (PDO). There are send and receive PDO. With the G120 inverter, eight send PDO (TPDO) and eight receive PDO (RPDO) are transferred.
  • Page 145 Configuring the fieldbus 7.4 Communication via CANopen The structure of this communication and mapping parameter is listed in the following tables. Table 7- 35 PDO communications parameter RPDO: 1400h ff (p8700 … 8707), TPDO: 1800h ff (p8720 … p8727 ) Subindex Name Data type...
  • Page 146 Configuring the fieldbus 7.4 Communication via CANopen Synchronous data transmission In order for the devices on the CANopen bus to remain synchronized during transmission, a synchronization object (SYNC object) must be transmitted at periodic intervals. Each PDO that is transferred as a synchronous object must be assigned a transmission type 1 ...
  • Page 147 Configuring the fieldbus 7.4 Communication via CANopen PDO services The PDO services can be subdivided as follows: ● Write PDO ● Read PDO ● SYNC service Write PDO The "Write PDO" service is based on the "push" model. The PDO has exactly one producer. There can be no consumer, one consumer, or multiple consumers.
  • Page 148: Predefined Connection Set

    Configuring the fieldbus 7.4 Communication via CANopen 7.4.3.6 Predefined connection set When integrating the converter via the predefined connection set, the converter is interconnected so that the motor can be switched-on via the control and a setpoint can be entered without having to make any additional settings or requiring CANopen know-how. The converter returns the status word and the speed actual value to the control.
  • Page 149: Free Pdo Mapping

    Configuring the fieldbus 7.4 Communication via CANopen 7.4.3.7 Free PDO mapping Using the free PDO mapping, you can interconnect additional process data from the object directory corresponding to the requirements of your particular system for the PDO service. In the factory, the converter is set to free PDO mapping. If your converter has been changed over to the Predefined Connection Set, you must change over to free PDO mapping, see Section PDO and PDO services (Page 142).
  • Page 150: Further Canopen Functions

    Configuring the fieldbus 7.4 Communication via CANopen 7.4.4 Further CANopen functions 7.4.4.1 Network management (NMT service) Network management (NMT) is node-oriented and has a master-slave topology. The NMT services can be used to initialize, start, monitor, reset, or stop nodes. Two data bytes follow each NMT service.
  • Page 151 Configuring the fieldbus 7.4 Communication via CANopen ● Reset Node: command for switching from "Operational", "Pre-Operational", or "Stopped" to "Initialization". When the Reset Node command is issued, all the objects (1000 hex - 9FFF hex) are reset to the status that was present after "Power On". ●...
  • Page 152 Configuring the fieldbus 7.4 Communication via CANopen The NMT master can simultaneously direct a request to one or more slaves. The following is applicable: ● Requirement of a slave: The slave is addressed using its node ID (1 - 127). ●...
  • Page 153: List Of Objects

    Configuring the fieldbus 7.4 Communication via CANopen 7.4.5 List of objects RPDO configuration objects The following tables list the communication and mapping parameters together with the indices for the individual RPDO configuration objects. The configuration objects are established via SDO. Table 7- 38 RPDO configuration objects - communication parameters OD Index...
  • Page 154 Configuring the fieldbus 7.4 Communication via CANopen Table 7- 39 RPDO configuration objects - mapping parameters OD Index SubiIndex Name of the object SINAMICS Data type Predefined Can be read/ (hex) (hex) parameters connection set written to 1600 Receive PDO 1 mapping parameter Number of mapped application Unsigned8 objects in PDO...
  • Page 155 Configuring the fieldbus 7.4 Communication via CANopen OD Index SubiIndex Name of the object SINAMICS Data type Predefined Can be read/ (hex) (hex) parameters connection set written to 1604 Receive PDO 5 mapping parameter Number of mapped application Unsigned8 objects in PDO PDO mapping for the first p8714.0 Unsigned32...
  • Page 156 Configuring the fieldbus 7.4 Communication via CANopen TPDO configuration objects The following tables list the communication and mapping parameters together with the indices for the individual TPDO configuration objects. The configuration objects are established via SDO. Table 7- 40 TPDO configuration objects - communication parameters Subindex Object name SINAMICS...
  • Page 157 Configuring the fieldbus 7.4 Communication via CANopen Subindex Object name SINAMICS Data type Predefined Can be read/ Index (hex) (hex) parameters connection set written to 1805 Transmit PDO 6 communication parameter Largest subindex supported Unsigned8 COB ID used by PDO p8725.0 Unsigned32 C000 06DF hex...
  • Page 158 Configuring the fieldbus 7.4 Communication via CANopen Table 7- 41 TPDO configuration objects - mapping parameters OD Index SubiIndex Object name SINAMICS Data type Predefined Can be read/ (hex) (hex) parameters connection set written to 1A00 Transmit PDO 1 mapping parameter Number of mapped application Unsigned8 objects in PDO...
  • Page 159 Configuring the fieldbus 7.4 Communication via CANopen OD Index SubiIndex Object name SINAMICS Data type Predefined Can be read/ (hex) (hex) parameters connection set written to 1A04 Transmit PDO 5 mapping parameter Number of mapped application Unsigned8 objects in PDO PDO mapping for the first p8734.0 Unsigned32...
  • Page 160: Free Objects

    Unsigned32 Common entries in the object dictionary 6007 Abort connection p8641 Integer16 option code 6502 Supported drive Integer32 modes 6504 Drive manufacturer String SIEMENS Device control 6040 Control word r8795 PDO/SDO Unsigned16 – 6041 Status word r8784 PDO/SDO Unsigned16 –...
  • Page 161: Engineering Example

    Configuring the fieldbus 7.4 Communication via CANopen 7.4.6 Engineering example The following example describes how you can integrate the converter into a CANopen bus system using STARTER in two steps. In the first step, the converter is integrated into the communication via the CAN bus using the Predefined Connection Set.
  • Page 162 Configuring the fieldbus 7.4 Communication via CANopen Integrate the current actual value and torque limit into the communication via the free PDO mapping In order to integrate the current actual value and torque limit into the communication, you must switch over from the Predefined Connection Set to the free PDO mapping. The current actual value and torque limit are integrated as free objects.
  • Page 163: Overview Of The Inverter Functions

    Functions Before you set the inverter functions, you should have completed the following commissioning steps: ● Commissioning (Page 47) ● If necessary: Adapting the terminal strip (Page 79) ● If necessary: Configuring the fieldbus (Page 91) Overview of the inverter functions Figure 8-1 Overview of inverter functions SINAMICS G120C Inverter...
  • Page 164 Functions 8.1 Overview of the inverter functions Functions relevant to all applications Functions required in special applications only The functions that you require in your application are shown The functions whose parameters you only need to adapt in a dark color in the function overview above. when actually required are shown in white in the function overview above.
  • Page 165: Inverter Control

    Functions 8.2 Inverter control Inverter control If you are controlling the inverter using digital inputs, you use parameter p0015 during basic commissioning to define how the motor is switched on and off and how it is changed over from clockwise to counter-clockwise rotation. Five different methods are available for controlling the motor.
  • Page 166: Two-wire Control: Method 1

    Functions 8.2 Inverter control 8.2.1 Two-wire control: method 1 You switch the motor on and off using a control command (ON/OFF1). while the other control command reverses the motor direction of rotation. Figure 8-2 Two-wire control, method 1 Table 8- 2 Function table ON/OFF1 Reversing...
  • Page 167: Two-wire Control, Method 2

    Functions 8.2 Inverter control 8.2.2 Two-wire control, method 2 You switch the motor on and off using a control command (ON/OFF1) and at the same time select clockwise motor rotation. You also use the other control command to switch the motor on and off, but in this case you select counter-clockwise rotation for the motor.
  • Page 168: Two-wire Control, Method 3

    Functions 8.2 Inverter control 8.2.3 Two-wire control, method 3 You switch the motor on and off using a control command (ON/OFF1) and at the same time select clockwise motor rotation. You also use the other control command to switch the motor on and off, but in this case you select counter-clockwise rotation for the motor.
  • Page 169: Three-wire Control, Method 1

    Functions 8.2 Inverter control 8.2.4 Three-wire control, method 1 With one control command, you enable the two other control commands. You switch the motor off by canceling the enable (OFF1). You switch the motor's direction of rotation to clockwise rotation with the positive edge of the second control command.
  • Page 170: Three-wire Control, Method 2

    Functions 8.2 Inverter control 8.2.5 Three-wire control, method 2 With one control command, you enable the two other control commands. You switch the motor off by canceling the enable (OFF1). You switch on the motor with the positive edge of the second control command (ON). The third control command defines the motor's direction of rotation (reversing).
  • Page 171: Switching Over The Inverter Control (command Data Set)

    Functions 8.2 Inverter control 8.2.6 Switching over the inverter control (command data set) In several applications, the inverter must be able to be operated from different, higher-level control systems. Example: Switchover from automatic to manual operation A motor is switched on and off and its speed varied either from a central control system via a fieldbus or from a local control box.
  • Page 172 Functions 8.2 Inverter control You select the command data set using parameter p0810. To do this, you must interconnect parameter p0810 with a control command of your choice, e.g. a digital input. p0840[0] r2090.0 p2103[0] r2090.7 p0854[0] r2090.10 p1036[0] r2090.14 p1055[1] r722.0 p1056[1]...
  • Page 173: Command Sources

    Functions 8.3 Command sources Command sources The command source is the interface via which the inverter receives its control commands. When commissioning, you define this using macro 15 (p0015). Note The "Get master control" or "Manual/Auto changeover" function can also be used to specify commands and setpoints via STARTER or the Operator Panel.
  • Page 174: Setpoint Sources

    Functions 8.4 Setpoint sources Setpoint sources The setpoint source is the interface via which the inverter receives its setpoint. The following options are available: ● Motorized potentiometer simulated in the inverter. ● Inverter analog input. ● Setpoints saved in the inverter: –...
  • Page 175: Motorized Potentiometer As Setpoint Source

    Functions 8.4 Setpoint sources 8.4.2 Motorized potentiometer as setpoint source The 'motorized potentiometer' (MOP) function simulates an electromechanical potentiometer for entering setpoints. You can continuously adjust the motorized potentiometer (MOP) using the control signals "raise" and "lower". The control signals are received via the digital inputs of the inverter or from the operator panel that has been inserted.
  • Page 176 Functions 8.4 Setpoint sources Table 8- 14 Extended setup of motorized potentiometer Parameter Description p1030 Configuration of the MOP, parameter value with four independently adjustable bits 00 to 03 (factory setting 00110 bin) Bit 00: Save setpoint after switching off motor 0: After the motor is switched on, p1040 is specified as the setpoint 1: Setpoint is saved after the motor is switched off and set to the saved value once it is switched on...
  • Page 177 Functions 8.4 Setpoint sources Interconnecting the motorized potentiometer with the setpoint source You have two options for interconnecting the motorized potentiometer with the setpoint source: 1. Using p0015, select a configuration that is suitable for your application. Please refer to the section titled Selecting the interface assignments (Page 41) to find out which configurations are available for your inverter.
  • Page 178: Fixed Speed As Setpoint Source

    Functions 8.4 Setpoint sources 8.4.3 Fixed speed as setpoint source In many applications after switching on the motor, all that is needed is to run the motor at a constant speed or to switch between different speeds. Examples of this simplified specification of speed setpoint are: ●...
  • Page 179 Functions 8.4 Setpoint sources Table 8- 16 Parameters for direct selection of fixed setpoints Parameter Description p1016 = 1 Direct selection of fixed setpoints (factory setting) p1001 Fixed setpoint 1Factory setting: 0 rpm) p1002 Fixed setpoint 2Factory setting: 0 rpm) p1003 Fixed setpoint 3Factory setting: 0 rpm) p1004...
  • Page 180 Functions 8.4 Setpoint sources Example: Selecting two fixed speed setpoints using digital input 2 and digital input 3 The motor is to run at two different speeds: ● The motor is switched on with digital input 0 ● When digital input 2 is selected, the motor is to run at a speed of 300 rpm. ●...
  • Page 181: Running The Motor In Jog Mode (jog Function)

    Functions 8.4 Setpoint sources 8.4.4 Running the motor in jog mode (JOG function) Using the "jog" function (JOG function), you can switch the motor on and off using a control command or the operator panel. The speed to which the motor accelerates for "Jog" can be set.
  • Page 182: Specifying The Motor Speed Via The Fieldbus

    Functions 8.4 Setpoint sources 8.4.5 Specifying the motor speed via the fieldbus If you enter the setpoint via a fieldbus, you must connect the inverter to a higher-level control. For additional information, see chapter Configuring the fieldbus (Page 91). Interconnecting the fieldbus with the setpoint source You have two options for using the fieldbus as the setpoint source: 1.
  • Page 183: Setpoint Calculation

    Functions 8.5 Setpoint calculation Setpoint calculation The setpoint processing modifies the speed setpoint, e.g. it limits the setpoint to a maximum and minimum value and using the ramp-function generator prevents the motor from executing speed steps. Figure 8-10 Setpoint processing in the inverter 8.5.1 Minimum speed and maximum speed The speed setpoint is limited by both the minimum and maximum speed.
  • Page 184: Ramp-function Generator

    Functions 8.5 Setpoint calculation 8.5.2 Ramp-function generator The ramp-function generator in the setpoint channel limits the speed of changes to the speed setpoint. The ramp-function generator does the following: ● The soft acceleration and braking of the motor reduces the stress on the mechanical system of the driven machine.
  • Page 185: Motor Control

    Functions 8.6 Motor control Motor control For induction motors, there are two different open-loop control or closed-loop control techniques: ● Open-loop control with V/f-characteristic (V/f control) ● Field-oriented control (vector control) Criteria for selecting either V/f control or vector control V/f control is perfectly suitable for almost any application in which the speed of induction motors is to be changed.
  • Page 186 Functions 8.6 Motor control It is not permissible to use vector control in the following cases: ● If the motor is too small in comparison to the inverter (the rated motor power may not be less than one quarter of the rated inverter power) ●...
  • Page 187: V/f Control

    Functions 8.6 Motor control 8.6.1 V/f control V/f control sets the voltage at the motor terminals on the basis of the specified speed setpoint. The relationship between the speed setpoint and stator voltage is calculated using characteristic curves. The required output frequency is calculated on the basis of the speed setpoint and the number of pole pairs of the motor (f = n * number of pole pairs / 60, in particular: f = p1082 * number of pole pairs / 60).
  • Page 188: Additional Characteristics For The V/f Control

    Functions 8.6 Motor control 8.6.1.2 Additional characteristics for the V/f control In addition to linear and square-law characteristics, there are the following additional versions of the V/f control that are suitable for special applications. Linear V/f characteristic with Flux Current Control (FCC) (P1300 = 1) Voltage losses across the stator resistance are automatically compensated.
  • Page 189: Optimizing With A High Break Loose Torque And Brief Overload

    Functions 8.6 Motor control V/f control for drives requiring a precise frequency (textile industry) (p1300 = 5), V/f control for drives requiring a precise frequency and FCC (p1300 = 6) These characteristics require the motor speed to remain constant under all circumstances. This setting has the following effects: ●...
  • Page 190 Functions 8.6 Motor control Note Only increase the voltage boost in small steps until satisfactory motor behavior is reached. Excessively high values in p1310 ... p1312 can cause the motor to overheat and switch off (trip) the inverter due to overcurrent . Table 8- 22 Optimizing the starting characteristics for a linear characteristic Parameter...
  • Page 191: Vector Control

    Additional information about this function is provided in the parameter list and in function diagrams 6030 onwards in the List Manual. You will find more information On the internet: (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/7494205): SINAMICS G120C Inverter Operating Instructions, 01/2011, FW 4.4, A5E02999804A AB...
  • Page 192: Protection Functions

    Description P0290 Power unit overload response (factory setting for SINAMICS G120 inverters with Power Module PM260: 0; factory setting for all of the inverters: 2) Setting the reaction to a thermal overload of the power unit: 0: Reduce output current (in vector control mode) or speed (in V/f mode)
  • Page 193: Motor Temperature Monitoring Using A Temperature Sensor

    Functions 8.7 Protection functions 8.7.2 Motor temperature monitoring using a temperature sensor You can use one of the following sensors to protect the motor against overtemperature: ● PTC sensor ● KTY 84 sensor ● ThermoClick sensor The motor's temperature sensor is connected to the Control Unit. Temperature measurement via PTC The PTC sensor is connected to terminals 14 and 15.
  • Page 194 Functions 8.7 Protection functions Parameters to set the motor temperature monitoring with sensor Table 8- 24 Parameters for detecting the motor temperature via a temperature sensor Parameter Description P0335 Specify the motor cooling 0: Self-ventilated - with fan on the motor shaft (IC410* or IC411*) - (factory setting) 1: Forced ventilation - with a separately driven fan (IC416*) 2: Self-ventilated and inner cooling* (open-circuit air cooled) 3: Forced ventilated and inner cooling* (open-circuit air cooled)
  • Page 195: Overcurrent Protection

    Functions 8.7 Protection functions 8.7.3 Overcurrent protection During vector control, the motor current remains within the torque limits set there. During U/f control, the maximum current controller (I controller) protects the motor and inverter against overload by limiting the output current. Method of operation of I controller If an overload situation occurs, the speed and stator voltage of the motor are reduced until...
  • Page 196: Limiting The Maximum Dc Link Voltage

    Functions 8.7 Protection functions 8.7.4 Limiting the maximum DC link voltage How does the motor generate overvoltage? An induction motor operates as a generator if it is driven by the connected load. A generator converts mechanical power into electrical power. The electric power flows back into the in the inverter to increase.
  • Page 197: Status Messages

    Functions 8.8 Status messages Status messages Information about the inverter state (alarms, faults, actual values) can be output via inputs and outputs and also via the communication interface. Details on evaluating the inverter state via inputs and outputs are provided in Section Adapting the terminal strip (Page 79).
  • Page 198: Application-specific Functions

    Functions 8.9 Application-specific functions Application-specific functions The inverter offers a series of functions that you can use depending on your particular application, e.g.: ● Unit changeover ● Braking functions ● Automatic restart and flying restart ● Basic process control functions ●...
  • Page 199 Functions 8.9 Application-specific functions Note Restrictions for the unit changeover function • The values on the rating plate of the inverter or motor cannot be displayed as percentage values. • Using the unit changeover function a multiple times (for example, percent → physical unit 1 →...
  • Page 200: Changing Over The Motor Standard

    Functions 8.9 Application-specific functions 8.9.1.2 Changing over the motor standard You change over the motor standard using p0100. The following applies: ● p0100 = 0: IEC motor (50 Hz, SI units) ● p0100 = 1: NEMA motor (60 Hz, US units) ●...
  • Page 201: Changing Over The Unit System

    Functions 8.9 Application-specific functions 8.9.1.3 Changing over the unit system You change over the unit system using p0505. The following selection options are available: ● P0505 = 1: SI units (factory setting) ● P0505 = 2: SI units or % relative to SI units ●...
  • Page 202: Changing Over Units For The Technology Controller

    Functions 8.9 Application-specific functions 8.9.1.4 Changing over units for the technology controller Note We recommend that the units and reference values of the technology controller are coordinated and harmonized with one another during commissioning. Subsequent modification in the reference variable or the unit can result in incorrect calculations or displays.
  • Page 203 Functions 8.9 Application-specific functions Procedure ● Go to the "Units" tab in the configuration screen form to change over the units. ③ Changing over the unit system ④ Selecting process variables of the technology controller ⑤ adapting to the line supply Figure 8-11 Unit changeover ●...
  • Page 204: Braking Functions Of The Inverter

    Functions 8.9 Application-specific functions 8.9.2 Braking functions of the inverter A differentiation is made between mechanically braking and electrically braking a motor: ● Mechanical brakes are generally motor holding brakes that are closed when the motor is at a standstill. Mechanical operating brakes, that are closed while the motor is rotating are subject to a high wear and are therefore often only used as an emergency brake.
  • Page 205 Functions 8.9 Application-specific functions Main features of the braking functions DC braking The motor converts the regenerative power into heat. Advantage: The motor brakes without the • inverter having to process the regenerative energy Disadvantages: significant increase in the • motor temperature;...
  • Page 206: Dc Braking

    Functions 8.9 Application-specific functions Braking method depending on the application Table 8- 28 What braking method is suitable for what application? Application examples Electrical braking methods Pumps, fans, mixers, compressors, extruders Not required Grinding machines, conveyor belts DC braking, compound braking Centrifuges, vertical conveyors, hoisting gear, cranes, winders Dynamic braking 8.9.2.2...
  • Page 207 Functions 8.9 Application-specific functions Principle of operation With DC braking, the inverter outputs an internal OFF2 command for the time that it takes to demagnetize the motor - and then impresses the braking current for the duration of the DC braking.
  • Page 208 Functions 8.9 Application-specific functions DC braking when the start speed for DC braking is fallen below DC braking is automatically activated as soon as the motor speed falls below the start speed for DC braking. However, the motor speed must have first exceeded the start speed for DC braking.
  • Page 209 Functions 8.9 Application-specific functions DC braking parameters Table 8- 29 Parameters for configuring DC braking Parameter Description p1230 Activate DC braking (BICO parameter) The value for this parameter (0 or 1) can be either entered directly or specified by means of an interconnection with a control command. p1231 Configure DC braking p1231 = 0, no DC braking...
  • Page 210: Compound Braking

    Functions 8.9 Application-specific functions 8.9.2.3 Compound braking Compound braking is typically used for applications in which the motor is normally operated at a constant speed and is only braked down to standstill in longer time intervals, e.g.: ● Centrifuges ● Saws ●...
  • Page 211 Functions 8.9 Application-specific functions Parameterizing compound braking Table 8- 32 Parameters to enable and set compound braking Parameter Description P3856 Compound braking current (%) With the compound braking current, the magnitude of the DC current is defined, which is additionally generated when stopping the motor for operation with V/f control to increase the braking effect.
  • Page 212: Dynamic Braking

    Functions 8.9 Application-specific functions 8.9.2.4 Dynamic braking Dynamic braking is typically used in applications in which dynamic motor behavior is required at different speeds or continuous direction changes, e.g.: ● Horizontal conveyors ● Vertical and inclined conveyors ● Hoisting gear Principle of operation The inverter controls the braking chopper depending on its DC link voltage.
  • Page 213 Functions 8.9 Application-specific functions CAUTION The operation of the braking resistor without housing is not permitted. Distances to other equipment Wall mounting distances [mm] Floor mounting distances [mm] Mount the resistor on a heat resistant surface with a high thermal conductivity. Do not install devices that could impede the flow of cooling air in this area.
  • Page 214 Functions 8.9 Application-specific functions Dimensions and drill patterns Frame Size A, 0.55 kW … 1.5 kW Dimensions [mm] Drill pattern [mm] Fixing: 4 × M4 bolts 4 × M4 nuts 4 × M4 washers Tightening torque 3 Nm Frame Size A, 2.2 kW … 4.0 kW Dimensions [mm] Drill pattern [mm] Fixing:...
  • Page 215 Functions 8.9 Application-specific functions Frame Size B, 5.5 kW … 7.5 kW Dimensions [mm] Drill pattern [mm] Fixing: 4 × M4 bolts 4 × M4 nuts 4 × M4 washers Tightening torque 3 Nm Frame Size C, 11 kW … 18.5 kW Dimensions [mm] Drill pattern [mm] Fixing:...
  • Page 216 Functions 8.9 Application-specific functions Connecting the braking resistor 1. Connect the braking resistor to terminals R1 and R2 on the inverter. 2. Ground the braking resistor directly to the control cabinet's grounding bar. The braking resistor must not be grounded using the PE terminals on the inverter. 3.
  • Page 217 Functions 8.9 Application-specific functions CAUTION Without temperature monitoring the resistor might get damaged. WARNING Risk of fire, severe personal and property damage If an unsuitable braking resistor is used, this could result in a fire and severely damage, people, property and equipment. It is essential that not only the correct braking resistor is used, but it is installed correctly according to the instructions delivered with the braking resistor.
  • Page 218: Motor Holding Brake

    Functions 8.9 Application-specific functions 8.9.2.5 Motor holding brake The motor holding brake prevents the motor turning when it is switched off. The inverter has internal logic to control a motor holding brake. The motor holding brake control inside the inverter is suitable for the following typical applications: ●...
  • Page 219 Functions 8.9 Application-specific functions Principle of operation after OFF1 and OFF3 command Figure 8-17 Controlling the motor holding brake when the motor is switched on and off The motor brake is controlled as shown in the following diagram: 1. After the ON command (switch on motor), the inverter magnetizes the motor. At the end of the magnetizing time (p0346), the inverter issues the command to open the brake.
  • Page 220 Functions 8.9 Application-specific functions Principle of operation after OFF2 or STO command For the following signals, the brake closing time is not taken into account: ● OFF2 command ● For fail-safe applications, in addition, after "Safe Torque Off" (STO) After these control commands, the signal to close the motor holding brake is immediately output independent of the motor speed.
  • Page 221 Functions 8.9 Application-specific functions Commissioning WARNING The following applications require special settings of the motor holding brake. In these cases, the motor holding brake control may only be commissioned by experienced personnel: • All applications that involve moving and transporting people •...
  • Page 222 Functions 8.9 Application-specific functions Table 8- 33 Control logic parameters of the motor holding brake Parameter Description p1215 = 1 Enable motor holding brake 0 Motor holding brake locked (factory setting) 3: Motor holding brake just like the sequential control, connected via BICO p1216 Motor holding brake opening time (factory setting 0.1 s) p1216 >...
  • Page 223: Automatic Restart And Flying Restart

    Functions 8.9 Application-specific functions 8.9.3 Automatic restart and flying restart 8.9.3.1 Flying restart – switching on while the motor is running If you switch on the motor while it is still running, then with a high degree of probability, a fault will occur due to overcurrent (overcurrent fault F07801).
  • Page 224 Functions 8.9 Application-specific functions Table 8- 36 Advanced settings Parameter Description P1201 Flying restart enable signal source (factory setting: 1) Defines a control command, e.g. a digital input, through which the flying restart function is enabled. P1202 Flying restart search current (factory setting 100 %) Defines the search current with respect to the motor magnetizing current (r0331), which flows in the motor while the flying restart function is being used.
  • Page 225: Automatic Switch-on

    Functions 8.9 Application-specific functions 8.9.3.2 Automatic switch-on The automatic restart includes two different functions: 1. The inverter automatically acknowledges faults. 2. After a fault occurs or after a power failure, the inverter automatically switches-on the motor again. This automatic restart function is primarily used in applications where the motor is controlled locally via the inverter's inputs.
  • Page 226 Functions 8.9 Application-specific functions ● Set the parameters of the automatic restart function. The method of operation of the parameters is explained in the following diagram and in the table. The inverter automatically acknowledges faults under the following conditions: p1210 = 1 or 26: always. •...
  • Page 227 Functions 8.9 Application-specific functions Table 8- 37 Setting the automatic restart Parameter Explanation p1210 Automatic restart mode (factory setting: 0) Disable automatic restart Acknowledge all faults without restarting Restart after power failure without further restart attempts Restart after fault with further restart attempts Restart after power failure after manual fault acknowledgement Restart after fault after manual fault acknowledgement Acknowledgement of all faults and restart with ON command...
  • Page 228 Functions 8.9 Application-specific functions Parameter Explanation p1213[0] Automatic restart monitoring time for restart (factory setting: 60 s) This parameter is only effective for the settings p1210 = 4, 6, 14, 16, 26. With this monitoring function, you limit the time in which the inverter may attempt to automatically switch-on the motor again.
  • Page 229: Pid Technology Controller

    Functions 8.9 Application-specific functions 8.9.4 PID technology controller The technology controller permits all types of simple process controls to be implemented. You can use the technology controller for e.g. pressure controllers, level controls or flow controls. Figure 8-21 Example: technology controller as a level controller Principle of operation The technology controller specifies the speed setpoint of the motor in such a way that the process variable to be controlled corresponds to its setpoint.
  • Page 230: Fail-safe Function Safe Torque Off (sto)

    Functions 8.10 Fail-safe function Safe Torque Off (STO) 8.10 Fail-safe function Safe Torque Off (STO) These operating instructions describe the commissioning of the STO safety function when it is controlled via a fail-safe digital input. You will find a detailed description of all safety functions and control using PROFIsafe in the Safety Integrated Function Manual, see Section Further information on your inverter (Page 304).
  • Page 231: Connecting Fail-safe Digital Inputs

    Functions 8.10 Fail-safe function Safe Torque Off (STO) 8.10.3 Connecting fail-safe digital inputs On the following pages, you will find examples of connecting the fail-safe digital input from "Basic safety", in accordance with PL d according to EN 13849-1 and SIL2 according to IEC 61508 for the case that all of the components are installed in a control cabinet.
  • Page 232 Functions 8.10 Fail-safe function Safe Torque Off (STO) Figure 8-25 Connecting an F digital output module, e.g. SIMATIC F digital output module You can find additional connection options and connections in separate control cabinets in the Safety Integrated Function Manual, see Section Further information on your inverter (Page 304).
  • Page 233: Signal Filtering

    Functions 8.10 Fail-safe function Safe Torque Off (STO) 8.10.4 Signal filtering The inverter checks the signals of the fail-safe digital input for consistency. Consistent signals at both inputs always assume the same signal state (high or low). Discrepancy With electromechanical sensors (e.g. emergency stop buttons or door switches), the two sensor contacts never switch at exactly the same time and are therefore temporarily inconsistent (discrepancy).
  • Page 234 Functions 8.10 Fail-safe function Safe Torque Off (STO) Bit pattern test of fail-safe outputs and contact bounces of sensors The inverter normally responds immediately to signal changes at its fail-safe input. This is not required in the following cases: 1. When you interconnect the fail-safe input of the inverter with an electromechanical sensor, contact bounce may result in signal changes occurring, to which the inverter responds.
  • Page 235 Functions 8.10 Fail-safe function Safe Torque Off (STO) An adjustable signal filter in the inverter suppresses temporary signal changes using bit pattern test or contact bounce. Figure 8-28 Filter for suppressing temporary signal changes Note The filter increases the inverter response time. The inverter only activates its safety function after the debounce time has elapsed (parameters p9651 and p9851).
  • Page 236: Forced Dormant Error Detection

    Functions 8.10 Fail-safe function Safe Torque Off (STO) 8.10.5 Forced dormant error detection To fulfill the requirements of standards EN 954-1, ISO 13849-1 and IEC 61508 regarding timely error detection, the inverter must regularly test its safety-relevant circuits to ensure that they function correctly - this must be performed at least once every year.
  • Page 237 Table 8- 39 STARTER commissioning tool (PC software) Download Order number STARTER PC Connection Kit (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/vi The kit contains a STARTER DVD and USB cable ew/en/10804985/130000) 6SL3255-0AA00-2CA0 8.10.7.2 Resetting the safety function parameters to the factory setting Proceed as follows if you wish to reset the safety function parameters to the factory setting, without influencing the standard parameters: ●...
  • Page 238: Defining Commissioning Method

    Functions 8.10 Fail-safe function Safe Torque Off (STO) Procedure ● Go online with STARTER. ● In STARTER, call up the screens displaying the fail-safe functions and click on "Change settings": 8.10.7.3 Defining commissioning method ● Select "STO via terminal". ● If you require the status signal "STO active" in your higher-level controller, interconnect it accordingly.
  • Page 239: Setting Sto

    Functions 8.10 Fail-safe function Safe Torque Off (STO) 8.10.7.4 Setting STO ● You can adapt the STO function according to your requirements in the following screen. ● Set the following in the above screen: – ① ② F-DI input filter (debounce time) and monitoring for simultaneous operation (discrepancy): The method of functioning of the two filters is described in the section entitled Signal filtering (Page 231).
  • Page 240: Activate Settings

    Functions 8.10 Fail-safe function Safe Torque Off (STO) 8.10.7.5 Activate settings ● Click "Copy parameters" and then click "Activate settings": ● You are prompted to allocate a password if the password = 0 (factory setting). If you try to set a password that is not permissible, the old password will not be changed. Further information can be found in the section Password (Page 234).
  • Page 241 Functions 8.10 Fail-safe function Safe Torque Off (STO) Figure 8-31 Remove pre-assignment of digital inputs DI 4 and DI 5 ● When you use the data set changeover CDS, you must delete the multiple assignment of the digital inputs for all CDS. SINAMICS G120C Inverter Operating Instructions, 01/2011, FW 4.4, A5E02999804A AB...
  • Page 242: Acceptance Test

    Functions 8.10 Fail-safe function Safe Torque Off (STO) 8.10.8 Acceptance test 8.10.8.1 Prerequisites and authorized persons Requirements for acceptance tests are derived from the EC Machinery Directive and ISO 13849-1. ● Check the safety-related functions and machine parts following commissioning. ●...
  • Page 243: Reduced Acceptance Test

    Functions 8.10 Fail-safe function Safe Torque Off (STO) 8.10.8.3 Reduced acceptance test A complete acceptance test is only necessary following first commissioning. An acceptance test with a reduced scope is sufficient for expansions of safety functions. The reduced acceptance tests must be carried out separately for each individual drive, as far as the machine allows.
  • Page 244: Documentation

    Functions 8.10 Fail-safe function Safe Torque Off (STO) 8.10.8.4 Documentation Machine overview Enter your machine's data into the following table. Designation … Type … Serial number … Manufacturer … End customer … Overview image of the machine: … … … …...
  • Page 245 Functions 8.10 Fail-safe function Safe Torque Off (STO) Function table Fill in the following table for your machine. Mode of operation Safety device Drive Activating the safety Status of the safety function function … … … … … … … …...
  • Page 246: Function Test

    Functions 8.10 Fail-safe function Safe Torque Off (STO) 8.10.8.5 Function test Table 8- 42 "Safe Torque Off" (STO) function Description Status Initial state: The inverter is in "Ready" state (p0010 = 0). • The inverter indicates neither faults nor alarms for safety functions (r0945, r2122, r2132). •...
  • Page 247: Completing The Certificate

    Functions 8.10 Fail-safe function Safe Torque Off (STO) 8.10.8.6 Completing the certificate Document your machine's data for each drive based on the following specifications. Parameters of the safety functions The function test does not detect all faults in the parameter assignment of safety functions, e.g.
  • Page 248 Functions 8.10 Fail-safe function Safe Torque Off (STO) Data backup Storage medium Holding area Type Designation Date Parameter PLC program Circuit diagrams Countersignatures Commissioning engineer This confirms that the tests and checks have been carried out properly. Date Name Company/dept. Signature Machine manufacturer This confirms that the parameters recorded above are correct.
  • Page 249: Servicing And Maintaining

    Servicing and maintaining Overview of how to replace an inverter You must replace the inverter if it continually malfunctions. In the following cases, you may immediately switch on the motor again after the replacement. Replacing the inverter with external backup of the settings, e.g. on a memory card. The inverter automatically loads the settings on the memory card.
  • Page 250: Steps For Replacing The Inverter

    Servicing and maintaining 9.2 Steps for replacing the inverter Steps for replacing the inverter We recommend that you save your settings of the inverter after commissioning to an external device. You find information about saving the inverter settings in the section Data backup and series commissioning (Page 71).
  • Page 251 Servicing and maintaining 9.2 Steps for replacing the inverter Procedure for replacing the inverter without a memory card ● Disconnect the line voltage of the inverter. DANGER Risk of electrical shock! Hazardous voltage is still present for up to 5 minutes after the power supply has been switched off.
  • Page 252 Servicing and maintaining 9.2 Steps for replacing the inverter Acceptance test If you activated the safety functions in the inverter, after replacing the inverter you must perform an acceptance test for the safety functions. ● Switch off the inverter supply voltage. ●...
  • Page 253: Replacing The Heat Sink Fan

    Servicing and maintaining 9.3 Replacing the heat sink fan Replacing the heat sink fan When do you have to replace the fan? A defect fan involves an over temperature of the inverter. Indications for a defective fan are e. g. the following alarms and faults: ●...
  • Page 254 Servicing and maintaining 9.3 Replacing the heat sink fan Figure 9-1 Heat sink fan replacement SINAMICS G120C Inverter Operating Instructions, 01/2011, FW 4.4, A5E02999804A AB...
  • Page 255: Replaing The Internal Fan

    Servicing and maintaining 9.4 Replaing the internal fan Replaing the internal fan When do you have to replace the fan? A defective fan involves an over temperature of the inverter. Indications for a defective fan are e. g. the following alarms and faults: ●...
  • Page 256 Servicing and maintaining 9.4 Replaing the internal fan Figure 9-2 Fan replacement SINAMICS G120C Inverter Operating Instructions, 01/2011, FW 4.4, A5E02999804A AB...
  • Page 257: Alarms, Faults And System Messages

    Alarms, faults and system messages The converter has the following diagnostic types: ● LED The LED at the front of the converter immediately informs you about the most important converter states right at the converter. ● Alarms and faults The converter signals alarms and faults via the fieldbus, the terminal strip (when appropriately set), on a connected operator panel or STARTER.
  • Page 258: Operating States Indicated On Leds

    Alarms, faults and system messages 10.1 Operating states indicated on LEDs 10.1 Operating states indicated on LEDs The LED RDY (Ready) is temporarily orange after the power supply voltage is switched-on. As soon as the color of the LED RDY changes to either red or green, the LEDs signal the inverter state.
  • Page 259 Alarms, faults and system messages 10.1 Operating states indicated on LEDs Table 10- 4 Diagnostics of the safety functions SAFE LED Meaning YELLOW - on One or more safety functions are enabled, but not active. YELLOW - slow One or more safety functions are active; no safety function faults have occurred.
  • Page 260: Alarms

    Alarms, faults and system messages 10.2 Alarms 10.2 Alarms Alarms have the following properties: ● They do not have a direct effect in the inverter and disappear once the cause has been removed ● They do not need have to be acknowledged ●...
  • Page 261 Alarms, faults and system messages 10.2 Alarms The alarm buffer can contain up to eight alarms. If an additional alarm is received after the eighth alarm - and none of the last eight alarms have been removed - then the next to last alarm is overwritten.
  • Page 262 Alarms, faults and system messages 10.2 Alarms The alarms that have still not been removed remain in the alarm buffer and are resorted so that gaps between the alarms are filled. If the alarm history is filled up to index 63, each time a new alarm is accepted in the alarm history, the oldest alarm is deleted.
  • Page 263: Faults

    Alarms, faults and system messages 10.3 Faults 10.3 Faults A fault displays a severe fault during operation of the inverter. The inverter signals a fault as follows: ● at the Operator Panel with Fxxxxx ● at the Control Unit using the red LED RDY ●...
  • Page 264 Alarms, faults and system messages 10.3 Faults The fault buffer can accept up to eight actual faults. The next to last fault is overwritten if an additional fault occurs after the eighth fault. Figure 10-7 Complete fault buffer Fault acknowledgement In most cases, you have the following options to acknowledge a fault: ●...
  • Page 265 Alarms, faults and system messages 10.3 Faults Emptying the fault buffer: Fault history The fault history can contain up to 56 faults. The fault acknowledgement has no effect as long as none of the fault causes of the fault buffer have been removed. If at least one of the faults in the fault buffer has been removed (the cause of the fault has been removed) and you acknowledge the faults, then the following happens: 1.
  • Page 266 Alarms, faults and system messages 10.3 Faults Parameters of the fault buffer and the fault history Table 10- 8 Important parameters for faults Parameter Description r0945 Fault code Displays the numbers of faults that have occurred r0949 Fault value Displays additional information about the fault p0952 Fault cases, counter Number of fault cases that have occurred since the last acknowledgement...
  • Page 267 Alarms, faults and system messages 10.3 Faults Extended settings for faults Table 10- 9 Advanced settings Parameter Description You can change the fault response of the motor for up to 20 different fault codes: p2100 Setting the fault number for fault response Selecting the faults for which the fault response should be changed p2101 Setting, fault response...
  • Page 268: List Of Alarms And Faults

    Alarms, faults and system messages 10.4 List of alarms and faults 10.4 List of alarms and faults Axxxxx Alarm Fyyyyy: Fault Table 10- 10 The most important alarms and faults of the safety functions Number Cause Remedy F01600 STOP A initiated Select STO and then deselect again F01650 Acceptance test required...
  • Page 269 Alarms, faults and system messages 10.4 List of alarms and faults Number Cause Remedy F30022 Power Module: Monitoring U Check or replace the Power Module. F30052 Incorrect Power Module data Replace Power Module or upgrade CU firmware. F30053 Error in FPGA data Replace the Power Module.
  • Page 270 Alarms, faults and system messages 10.4 List of alarms and faults Number Cause Remedy F06310 Supply voltage (p0210) Check the parameterized supply voltage and if required change (p0210). incorrectly parameterized Check the line voltage. F07011 Motor overtemperature Reduce the motor load. Check ambient temperature.
  • Page 271 Alarms, faults and system messages 10.4 List of alarms and faults Number Cause Remedy F07801 Motor overcurrent Check current limits (p0640). U/f control: Check the current limiting controller (p1340 … p1346). Increase acceleration ramp (p1120) or reduce load. Check motor and motor cables for short circuit and ground fault. Check motor for star-delta connection and rating plate parameterization.
  • Page 272 Alarms, faults and system messages 10.4 List of alarms and faults Number Cause Remedy F30001 Overcurrent Check the following: Motor data, if required, carry out commissioning • Motor's connection method (Υ / Δ) • U/f operation: Assignment of rated currents of motor and Power Module •...
  • Page 273 Alarms, faults and system messages 10.4 List of alarms and faults Number Cause Remedy F30037 Rectifier overtemperature See F30035 and, in addition: Check the motor load. • Check the line phases • A30049 Internal fan defective Check the internal fan and if required replace. F30059 Internal fan defective Check the internal fan and if required replace.
  • Page 274 Alarms, faults and system messages 10.4 List of alarms and faults SINAMICS G120C Inverter Operating Instructions, 01/2011, FW 4.4, A5E02999804A AB...
  • Page 275: Technical Data

    Technical data 11.1 Technical data of inputs and outputs Feature Data Output voltages 24 V (max. 100 mA) 10 V ± 0.5 V (max. 10 mA) Setpoint resolution 0.01 Hz Digital inputs 6 digital inputs, DI 0 … DI 5, isolated; •...
  • Page 276: High Overload And Low Overload

    Technical data 11.2 High Overload and Low Overload 11.2 High Overload and Low Overload Permissible inverter overload The inverter has two different power data: "Low Overload" (LO) and "High Overload" (HO), depending on the expected load. Figure 11-1 Duty cycles, "High Overload" and "Low Overload" Note The base load (100% power or current) of "Low Overload"...
  • Page 277: Common Technical Power Data

    Technical data 11.3 Common technical power data 11.3 Common technical power data Feature Version Line voltage 3-ph. 380 V AC… 480 V + 10 % - 20 % The actual permissible line voltage depends on the installation altitude Input frequency 47 Hz …...
  • Page 278: Electromagnetic Compatibility

    This file must be approved by a ‘Competent Body’ appointed by the appropriate European government organization. This approach allows the use of standards that are still in preparation. EMC Standards The SINAMICS G120 drives have been tested in accordance with the EMC Product Standard EN 61800-3:2004. EMC Emissions Note Install all drives in accordance with the manufacturer’s guidelines and in accordance with...
  • Page 279 Technical data 11.4 Electromagnetic Compatibility Table 11- 1 Conducted disturbance voltage and radiated emissions Inverter type Level acc. to Phenomenon Remark IEC 61800-3 Conducted All inverters with integrated class A filters. Category C2 emissions First Environment - Order number: (disturbance Professional Use 6SL3210-1KE**-*A*0 voltage)
  • Page 280 Technical data 11.4 Electromagnetic Compatibility EMC Immunity The SINAMICS G120C drives have been tested in accordance with the immunity requirements of category C3 (industrial) environment: Table 11- 3 EMC Immunity EMC Phenomenon Standard Level Performance Criterion Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) EN 61000-4-2 4 kV Contact discharge 8 kV Air discharge Radio-frequency...
  • Page 281: Power-dependent Technical Data

    Technical data 11.5 Power-dependent technical data 11.5 Power-dependent technical data Note The specified input currents apply for a 400 V line where V = 1 % referred to the inverter power. When using a line reactor, the currents are reduced by a few percent. Table 11- 4 G120C Frame Sizes A, 3 AC 380 V …...
  • Page 282 Technical data 11.5 Power-dependent technical data Table 11- 5 G120C Frame Sizes A, 3 AC 380 V … 480 V, ± 10 % - part 2 6SL3210-… Order No. Filtered, IP20 … 1KE14-3U*0 … 1KE15-8U*0 … 1KE17-5U*0 Unfiltered, IP20 … 1KE14-3A*0 …...
  • Page 283 Technical data 11.5 Power-dependent technical data Table 11- 6 G120C Frame Sizes A, 3 AC 380 V … 480 V, ± 10 % - part 3 6SL3210-… Order No. Filtered, IP20 … 1KE18-8U*0 Unfiltered, IP20 … 1KE18-8A*0 Rated / Low Overlaod values Rated / LO power 4.0 kW Rated / LO input current...
  • Page 284 Technical data 11.5 Power-dependent technical data Table 11- 7 G120C Frame Sizes B, 3 AC 380 V … 480 V, ± 10 % - part 4 6SL3210-… Order No. Filtered, IP20 … 1KE21-3U*0 … 1KE21-7U*0 Unfiltered, IP20 … 1KE21-3A*0 … 1KE21-7A*0 Rated / Low Overlaod values Rated / LO power 5.5 kW...
  • Page 285 Technical data 11.5 Power-dependent technical data Table 11- 8 G120C Frame Sizes C, 3 AC 380 V … 480 V, ± 10 % - part 5 6SL3210-… Order No. Filtered, IP20 … 1KE22-6U*0 … 1KE23-2U*0 … 1KE23-8U*0 Unfiltered, IP20 … 1KE22-6A*0 …...
  • Page 286: Temperature, Altitude And Voltage Derating

    Technical data 11.6 Temperature, altitude and voltage derating 11.6 Temperature, altitude and voltage derating Operating temperature derating Permissible output base load current [%] High overload (HO) and low overload (LO) Ambient operating temperature [°C] Figure 11-2 Temperature derating Operational altitude derating Output current [%] Input voltage [%] 1000...
  • Page 287: Current Reduction Depending On Pulse Frequency

    Technical data 11.7 Current reduction depending on pulse frequency 11.7 Current reduction depending on pulse frequency Relationship between pulse frequency and output base-load current reduction Table 11- 9 Current reduction depending on pulse frequency Rated power Rated output current at pulse frequency of based on LO 4 kHz 6 kHz...
  • Page 288: Accessories

    Technical data 11.8 Accessories 11.8 Accessories 11.8.1 Line reactor The major electrical specification of the line reactors is the same as for the suitable inverter. This applies to: ● line voltage ● line frequency ● rated current The admissible ambient conditions of the line reactors are the same as for the suitable inverter.
  • Page 289 Technical data 11.8 Accessories Table 11- 11 Technical specifications of the line reactors Feature Suitable for inverter with rated power of 11.0 kW … 18.5 kW MLFB 6SL3203-0CE23-8AA0 MLFB of the suitable 6SL3210-1KE22-6 ⃞ ⃞ 0 inverter 6SL3210-1KE23-2 ⃞ ⃞ 0 6SL3210-1KE23-8 ⃞...
  • Page 290: Braking Resistor

    Technical data 11.8 Accessories 11.8.2 Braking resistor The admissible ambient conditions of the breaking resistors are the same as for the suitable inverter. This applies to: ● storage and transport temperature ● operating temperature ● relative humidity ● shock and vibration load Table 11- 12 Technical specifications of the breaking resistors Feature Suitable for inverter with rated power of...
  • Page 291 Technical data 11.8 Accessories Table 11- 13 Technical specifications of the line reactors Feature Suitable for inverter with rated power of 11.0 kW … 18.5 kW MLFB 6SL3203-0CE23-8AA0 MLFB of the suitable 6SL3210-1KE22-6 ⃞ ⃞ 0 inverter 6SL3210-1KE23-2 ⃞ ⃞ 0 6SL3210-1KE23-8 ⃞...
  • Page 292: Standards

    SINAMICS G120C Inverters fulfill the requirements of the SEMI F47-0706 standard. ISO 9001 Siemens plc operates a quality management system, which complies with the requirements of ISO 9001. Certificates can be downloaded from the internet under the following link: Standards (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/22339653/134200) SINAMICS G120C Inverter Operating Instructions, 01/2011, FW 4.4, A5E02999804A AB...
  • Page 293: A.1 Application Examples

    Appendix Application examples A.1.1 Configuring the communication with STEP 7 A.1.1.1 Task Using a suitable example, the following section provides information on how you connect an inverter to a higher-level SIMATIC control via PROFIBUS. What prior knowledge is required? In this example, it is assumed that readers know now to basically use an S7 control and the STEP 7 engineering tool and is not part of this description.
  • Page 294: A.1.1.3 Creating A Step 7 Project

    Drive ES Basic is the basic software of the engineering system, which combines the drive technology and Siemens controllers. The STEP 7 Manager user interface acts as a basis with which Drive ES Basic is used to integrate drives in the automation environment with respect to communication, configuration, and data storage.
  • Page 295: A.1.1.4 Configuring Communications To A Simatic Control

    Appendix A.1 Application examples When you add the SIMATIC 300, a window is displayed in which you can define the network. ● Create a PROFIBUS DP network. Figure A-2 Inserting a SIMATIC 300 station with PROFIBUS DP network A.1.1.4 Configuring communications to a SIMATIC control The inverter can be connected to a SIMATIC control in two ways: 1.
  • Page 296: A.1.1.5 Inserting The Inverter Into The Step 7 Project

    Integrated Function Manual. 2. PKW channel (if one is used) 3. Standard, SIEMENS or free telegram (if one is used) 4. Slave-to-slave module If you do not use one or several of the modules 1, 2 or 3, configure the remaining modules starting with the 1st slot.
  • Page 297 Appendix A.1 Application examples Note regarding the universal module It is not permissible to configure the universal module with the following properties: ● PZD length 4/4 words ● Consistent over the complete length With these properties, the universal module has the same DP identifier (4AX) as the "PKW channel 4 words"...
  • Page 298: A.1.2 Step 7 Programming Examples

    Appendix A.1 Application examples A.1.2 STEP 7 programming examples A.1.2.1 STEP 7 program example for cyclic communication The control and inverter communicate via standard telegram 1. The control specifies control word 1 (STW1) and the speed setpoint, while the inverter responds with status word 1 (ZSW1) and its actual speed.
  • Page 299 Appendix A.1 Application examples Table A- 3 Assignment of the control bits in the inverter to the SIMATIC flags and inputs Bit in Significance Bit in Bit in Bit in Inputs STW1 ON/OFF1 E0.0 ON/OFF2 ON/OFF3 Operation enable Ramp-function generator enable Start ramp-function generator Setpoint enable Acknowledge fault...
  • Page 300: A.1.2.2 Step 7 Program Example For Acyclic Communication

    M9.3 displays the write process The number of simultaneous requests for acyclic communication is limited. More detailed information can be found in the http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view /de/15364459 (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/vie w/en/15364459). SINAMICS G120C Inverter Operating Instructions, 01/2011, FW 4.4, A5E02999804A AB...
  • Page 301 Appendix A.1 Application examples Figure A-4 Reading parameters SINAMICS G120C Inverter Operating Instructions, 01/2011, FW 4.4, A5E02999804A AB...
  • Page 302 Appendix A.1 Application examples Explanation of FC 1 Table A- 4 Request to read parameters Data block DB 1 Byte n Bytes n + 1 MB 40 Header Reference 01 hex: Read request MB 62 01 hex Numberof parameters (m) 10 hex: Parameter value MB 58 Address,...
  • Page 303 Appendix A.1 Application examples Figure A-5 Writing parameters Explanation of FC 3 Table A- 5 Request to change parameters Data block DB 3 Byte n Bytes n + 1 MB 42 Header Reference 02 hex: Change request MB 44 01 hex Number of parameters 00 hex Address,...
  • Page 304: A.1.3 Configuring Slave-to-slave Communication In Step 7

    Appendix A.1 Application examples A.1.3 Configuring slave-to-slave communication in STEP 7 Two drives communicate via standard telegram 1 with the higher-level control. In addition, drive 2 receives its speed setpoint directly from drive 1 (actual speed). Figure A-6 Communication with the higher-level control and between the drives with slave-to-slave communication Settings in the control In HW Config in drive 2 (Subscriber), insert a slave-to-slave communication...
  • Page 305 Appendix A.1 Application examples ① Activate the tab "Address configuration". ② Select line 1. ③ Open the dialog box in which you define the Publisher and the address area to be transferred. ① Select DX for direct data exchange ② Select the PROFIBUS address of drive 1 (publisher).
  • Page 306: A.2 Further Information On Your Inverter

    Appendix A.2 Further information on your inverter Further information on your inverter A.2.1 Manuals for your inverter Table A- 6 Manuals for your inverter Depth of Manual Contents Available Download or order number languages information Getting Started Installing and commissioning English, Download manuals SINAMICS G120C...
  • Page 307: A.2.2 Configuring Support

    (www.siemens.com/sinamics-g120c) SINAMICS G converters Italian, French, Spanish Online catalog (Industry Ordering data and technical English, Mall) information for all SIEMENS German products SIZER The overall configuration tool for English, You obtain SIZER on a DVD SINAMICS, MICROMASTER German, (Order number: 6SL3070-0AA00-0AG0)
  • Page 308: A.2.3 Product Support

    If you have further questions You can find additional information on the product and more in the Internet under: Product support (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/4000024). In addition to our documentation, we offer our complete knowledge base on the Internet at: Here, you will find the following information: ●...
  • Page 309: Index

    Index Braking chopper, 210 Braking method, 204 Braking resistor, 23, 210 Distances, 211 Installation, 210 87 Hz characteristic, 36 Break loose torque, 17 Breaking resistor Dimension drawings, 212 Bus fault, 256 Bus termination, 39 Acceptance test, 240 Authorized person, 240 Complete, 250 Preconditions, 240 reduced, 241, 250...
  • Page 310 Index Command sources, 41 DI (Digital Input), 82, 238 Commissioning Digital input, 40 Guidelines, 47 Digital inputs, 54, 55 commutation notches, 23 Multiple assignment, 238 Compound braking, 208, 209 Digital output, 40 Compressor, 183 Digital outputs, 54, 55 Configuring support, 305 Functions of the, 83 Configuring the fieldbus, 41 Dimension drawings, 212...
  • Page 311 Index Fault case, 261 Fault code, 261 I2t monitoring, 190 Fault history, 263 Identifying motor data, 59, 65, 189 Fault value, 261 Imax controller, 193 F-DI (Fail-safe Digital Input), 82 Inclined conveyors, 183, 202, 210, 216 F-digital output module, 230 IND, 101, 116 FFC (Flux Current Control), 186 Industry Mall, 305...
  • Page 312 Index Maximum speed, 16, 52, 181 Overload, 17, 193 Memory card Overview Formatting, 72 Manuals, 304 MMC, 72 Overview of the functions, 161 SD, 72 Overvoltage, 194 Menu overvoltage protection, 23 BOP-2, 57 Operator panel, 57 Minimum distance above, 27 Page index, 101, 116 below, 27 Parameter channel, 98, 113...
  • Page 313 Index EN 60950, 31 EN 61000-2-4, 278 Ramp-down time, 16, 52, 182 EN 61000-4-11, 278 Rampup time, EN 61000-4-2, 278 RDY (Ready), 256 EN 61000-4-3, 278 Regenerative power, 202 EN 61000-4-4, 278 Replace EN 61000-4-5, 278 Gear unit, 241 EN 61000-4-6, 278 Hardware, 241 EN 61800-3, 290276 Motor, 241...
  • Page 314 Index Three-wire control, 163 Tightening torque, 27 Time stamp, 245 TN-C, 31 TN-C-S, 31 TN-S, 31 TPDO, 140 TT, 31 Two wire control, 45 Two-wire control, 163 UL-compliant installation, 35 Underwriters Laboratories, 290 Unit changeover, 196 Unit system, 199 Up ramp, 16 Update Firmware, 241 Inverter, 241...
  • Page 316 Siemens AG We reserve the right to make technical Industry Sector changes. Drive Technologies © Siemens AG 2011 Motion Control Systems Postfach 3180 91050 ERLANGEN GERMANY www.siemens.com/sinamics-g120...

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