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PCST-3251E-R2
AC SPEED CONTROL EQUIPMENT
VAT2000
3ph 200V-230V System 0.4 to 45kW
3ph 380V-480V System 0.4 to 55kW
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
GE POWER CONTROLS
GE Power Controls

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  • Page 1 INSTRUCTION MANUAL --------------------------------- NOTICE ------------------------------------------ Read this manual thoroughly before using the VAT2000, and store in a safe place for reference. Make sure that this manual is delivered to the final user. The contents of this manual can be changed without notice...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Preface ........................PRECAUTIONS FOR SAFETY ................<Names of each part> .................... viii Chapter 1 Delivery Inspection and Storage ............1-1 1-1 Delivery inspection and storage ..............1-1 1-2 Details of rating nameplate and catalogue numbers ........1-1 Chapter 2 Installation and Wiring ................. 2-1 2-1 Installation environment .................
  • Page 3 6-7 Adjusting the vector control speed control related parameters ....... 6-75 Chapter 7 Options ....................7-1 7-1 Outline of options ..................7-1 7-2 VAT2000´s Main options ................7-4 7-3 Built-in PCB option ..................7-5 7-4 Dynamic braking (DBR).................. 7-6 7-5 Electromagnetic compliance, EMC ............... 7-9 Chapter 8 Maintenance and Inspection ..............
  • Page 4: Preface

    Also make sure that this manual is delivered to the final users. WARNING ALWAYS READ THIS MANUAL THOROUGHLY BEFORE USING THE VAT2000 THIS INVERTER CONTAINS HIGH VOLTAGE CIRCUITS THAT MAY BE FATAL TO HUMANS. USE EXTREME CAUTION DURING INSTALLATION. MAINTENANCE MUST BE PERFORMED BY QUALIFIED TECHNICIANS, AND ALL POWER SOURCES MUST BE DISCONNECTED BEFORE ANY MAINTENANCE.
  • Page 5: Precautions For Safety

    Precautions For Safety Items to be observed to prevent physical damage and to ensure safe use of this product are noted on the product and in this instruction manual. • Please read this instruction manual and enclosed documents before starting operation to ensure correct usage.
  • Page 6 2. Wiring DANGER • Always turn the device’s input power OFF before starting wiring. Failure to do so could lead to electrical shocks or fires. • Carry out grounding that complies with the standards of the country where the inverter is being installed.
  • Page 7 Continue from previous page CAUTION • The heat sink and dynamic braking resistor are heated to high temperatures, so never touch them. Failure to observe this could lead to burns. • Do not block the inverter’s ventilation holes. Failure to observe this could lead to fires. •...
  • Page 8: Names Of Each Part

    <Names of each part> For U2KN15K0S, U2KX18K5S and smaller For U2KN18K5S, U2KX22K0S and larger - vii -...
  • Page 9: Chapter 1 Delivery Inspection And Storage

    XxxKx: 400V Series S: Standard (AC Supply) Refer to Appendix for more details D: DC Supply Refer to chapter 7 (Main Options The VAT2000 can be performed by the user with various optional interface plug-in cards. Refer to Chapter 7 (PCB Options)
  • Page 10: Chapter 2 Installation And Wiring

    2. Installation and Wiring Chapter 2 Installation and Wiring CAUTION • Always transport the product with an appropriate amount according to the products weight. Failure to observe this could lead to injuries. • Install the inverter, dynamic braking unit and resistor, and other peripheral devices on non-combustible material such as metal.
  • Page 11: Installation

    (1) N15K0, X18K5 and smaller (Fig. 2.2) (2) N18K5, X22K0 and larger (Fig. 2.3) Fix the VAT2000 on the four corners, note that Fix the VAT2000 on the four corners, note that the lower two mounting holes are notched.
  • Page 12: Precautions For Power Supply And Motor Wiring

    CAUTION There is a risk of electrical shocks. The VAT2000 has a built-in electrolytic capacitor, so a charge will remain even when the inverter power is turned OFF. Always observe the following times before carrying out wiring work. • Wait at least 20 minutes after turning the power OFF before starting work. Make sure that the displays on the operation panel have gone out before removing the cover.
  • Page 13 N o te 3 ) N o te 6 ) N o te 7 ) M C C B VAT2000 N ot e 1 ) N o te 8 ) N o te 1 0 ) N o te 2 )
  • Page 14 Power supply and motor wiring (L1, L2, L3, U, V, W, L+1, L+2, L−) 200V ~02K2 04K0 05K5 07K5 11K0 15K0 18K5 30K0 37K0 Inverter type Series 22K0 VAT2000 400V ~04K0 05K5 11K0 15K0 18K5 22K0 30K0 37K0 07K5 45K0 Series Applicable wire Max.
  • Page 15 2. Installation and Wiring Note 5) Refer to the appendix 1 for the power supply voltage and frequency, and prepare a power supply suitable for the unit. Note 6) Power supply capacity Make sure that capacity of the transformer used as the inverter's power supply is within the following range.
  • Page 16 2. Installation and Wiring (a) U2KN00K4S - U2KN04K0S (b) U2KN05K5S - U2KN07K5S U2KX00K4S - U2KX04K0S U2KX05K5S - U2KX07K5S (c) U2KN11K0S - U2KN15K0S (d) U2KX22K0S U2KX11K0S - U2KX18K0S (a) U2KN00K4S - U2KN04K0S U2KX00K4S - U2KX04K0S...
  • Page 17: Precautions For Wiring To The Control Signal

    Use a twisted pair wire or twisted pair shield wire for wiring the analog signals (as the setters and meter). (Fig. 2-6.) Connect the shield wire to the TB2 COM terminal of the VAT2000. The wire length must be 30m or less.
  • Page 18: Chapter 3 Test Operation And Adjustment

    3. Test Operation and Adjustment Chapter 3 Test Operation and Adjustment DANGER • Always install the front cover before turning the input power ON. Never remove the cover while the power is ON. There are sections in the front PCB that are charged with high voltages. Failure to observe this could lead to electrical shocks.
  • Page 19: Control Selection

    3. Test Operation and Adjustment The VAT2000 has several modes of control. Some of these include settings that must be made according to the power supply and motor constants before actually starting operation. The method to set VAT2000 basic operation is explained in this section.
  • Page 20: Flow Of Test Operation

    3. Test Operation and Adjustment 3-3 Flow of Test Operation Start ↓ Installation and wiring ↓ Refer to part 3-4 to 3-6 Initial power supply ↓ Setting of rated items ↓ Automatic Tuning ↓ Test operation with Refer to part 3-6 operation panel ↓...
  • Page 21: Preparation For Operation

    Automatic tuning measures the constants of the connected motor, and automatically adjusts the parameters so that the system is used to their maximum performance. VAT2000 automatic tuning can be carried out independently for each of the following types of control. V/f control (constant torque)
  • Page 22 3. Test Operation and Adjustment 3-6-1 V/f control (constant torque) (C30-0 = 1), V/f control (variable torque) (C30-0 = 2) automatic tuning (1) Automatic tuning The Auto-tuning for V/f control (constant torque) or V/f control (variable torque) can be performed in two modes, basic or extended.
  • Page 23 3. Test Operation and Adjustment CAUTION Precautions for executing V/f control (constant torque) V/f control (variable torque) automatic tuning • During automatic tuning, the motor may rotate, so always confirm safety before starting automatic tuning. • Separate the motor from the load and machine, etc., and run the motor as a stand alone unit during automatic tuning.
  • Page 24 3. Test Operation and Adjustment (2) Automatic tuning operation procedures The automatic tuning is carried out according the following procedure. A utom a tic tu ning procedu re s (1) Prep aration Turn pow er O N , start VAT200 0 (2) Select control m ethod C 30-0 = 1 or 2 (3) Inicialize m oto r constants...
  • Page 25 3. Test Operation and Adjustment 1) Preparation Separate the motor and load, machine, etc., and confirm the safety on the load side. 2) Selection of control method • Set A05-2 to 1. (enables parameter display) • By parameter (C30-0), select V/f control according the load conditions V/f control (constant torque) (C30-0 = 1) ( Default value) V/f control (variable torque) (C30-0 = 2) 3) Initialisation of motor constants...
  • Page 26 3. Test Operation and Adjustment 3-6-2 IM speed sensor-less vector control (C30-0 = 3) and IM vector control with speed sensor (C30-0 = 4) automatic tuning (1) Automatic tuning The Auto-tuning for the IM speed sensor-less vector control or IM vector control with speed sensor can be performed in two modes, basic or extended.
  • Page 27 3. Test Operation and Adjustment CAUTION Precautions for executing IM speed sensor-less vector control or IM vector control with speed sensor automatic tuning • During automatic tuning, the motor may rotate, so always confirm safety before starting automatic tuning. • Separate the motor from the load and machine, etc., and run the motor as a stand alone unit during automatic tuning.
  • Page 28 3. Test Operation and Adjustment (2) Automatic tuning operation procedures The automatic tuning is carried out according the following procedure. A utom a tic tu ning procedu re s (1) Prep aration Turn pow er O N , start VAT200 0 (2) Select control m ethod C 30-0= 3 or 4 (3) Initia lize m o tor consta nts...
  • Page 29 3. Test Operation and Adjustment 1) Preparation Separate the motor and load, machine, etc., and confirm the safety on the load side. 2) Selection of control method • Set A05-2 to 1. (enables parameter display) • By parameter (C30-0), select V/f control according the load conditions IM speed sensor-less vector control (C30-0 = 3), ( Default value) IM vector control with speed sensor (C30-0 = 4) * The default value is V/f control (constant torque) (C30-0 = 1).
  • Page 30 3. Test Operation and Adjustment 5) Starting automatic tuning Automatic tuning will start when the key or key is pressed according to the required rotation direction. A message indicating starting will appear on the operation panel. To stop, press the key or input the emergency stop signal (EMS) from the terminal block.
  • Page 31 3. Test Operation and Adjustment 3-6-3 Automatic tuning error messages If automatic tuning ends abnormally, the drive will display an error code, . The error codes “ ” are defined in the below table. Code Cause and remedy 1. The motor may not be connected correctly. Check motor connections.
  • Page 32: Test Operation With Operation Panel

    3. Test Operation and Adjustment 3-7 Test operation with operation panel The test operation with the operation panel is performed with the following procedure. CAUTION Make sure that input signals to digital Inputs, RUN, EMS, PSI1 ~ 5 terminals are OFF (1) Turn ON the power supply.
  • Page 33 3. Test Operation and Adjustment (8) Move the digit with the key, and using the knob, raise the frequency to 50Hz. Then, press key. The new value is stored and output frequency will rise to 50Hz. CAUTION A 10-second acceleration and 20-second deceleration ramp time are set as defaults. The motor will slowly increase its speed to the set value.
  • Page 34: Chapter 4 Operation Panel

    4. Operation Panel (Keypad) Chapter 4 Operation Panel 4-1 Details of operation panel The configuration of the operation panel is shown in Fig. 4-1. Display (7-segment LEDs of 5 digits) Unit Indications Minus polarity (LEDs) (LED) V 2 3-O P 1 m in Status indication L C L...
  • Page 35 4. Operation Panel (Keypad) The functions of each section are shown in Table 4-1. Table 4-1 Functions of operation panel Status indications LEDs FWD (Forward) The drive is running in the When both LED’s blink simultaneously, it indicates that DC forward direction.
  • Page 36: Modes And Parameters

    4. Operation Panel (Keypad) 4-2 Modes and parameters The parameters to be used differ depending of the control mode (C30-0). The parameters included are for the V/f control (constant torque and variable torque), IM vector control (sensor-less and with sensor for induction motors) and PM vector control (for PM motors).
  • Page 37 4. Operation Panel (Keypad) (Continued from previous page) Block-B Parameter Mode : Parameters changed infrequently during the normal usage Basic function settings Output rating (B00-0~7) Motor circuit constant (IM) (B02-0~1) Frequency skip (B05-0~5) Ratio interlock setting (B06-0~3) Extended function settings Acceleration/deceleration time (B10-0~5) Program frequency setting...
  • Page 38 4. Operation Panel (Keypad) (Continued from previous page) Block-C Parameter Mode : Parameters changed infrequently during the normal usage Basic function settings knob Control Methods (C00-0~7) Start/stop frequency (C01-0~1) Various setting input selection (C02-0~1) Sequence input terminal function -1 (C03-0~8) Sequence input terminal function -2 (C04-0~9) Sequence input terminal function -3...
  • Page 39 4. Operation Panel (Keypad) 4-2-2 Speed sensorless vector control, and vector control with speed sensor (IM) The configuration of the parameters is shown in Fig. 4-3. Mode Monitor mode : Monitors (displays) the internal status. Motor speed monitor (d00-0~2) Speed setting monitor (d01-3~4) Current monitor (d02-0~5)
  • Page 40 4. Operation Panel (Keypad) (Continued from previous page) Block-B Parameter Mode : Parameters changed infrequently during the normal usage Basic function settings Output rating (B01-0~9) knob Motor circuit constant (IM) (B02-0~9) Ratio interlock setting (B06-0, 4~6) Extended function setting Acceleration/deceleration time (B10-0~5) Program frequency setting (B11-0~8)
  • Page 41 4. Operation Panel (Keypad) (Continued from previous page) Block-C Parameter Mode : Parameters changed infrequently during the normal usage Basic function settings Control method (C00-0~7) Various setting input selection (C02-0~8) knob Sequence input terminal function -1 (C03-0~8) Sequence input terminal function -2 (C04-0~9) Sequence input terminal function -3 (C05-0~9)
  • Page 42 4. Operation Panel (Keypad) 4-2-3 PM Motor control mode The configuration of the parameters is shown in Fig. 4-4. Mode Monitor mode : Monitors (displays) the internal status. Motor speed monitor (d00-0~2) Speed setting monitor (d01-3~4) Current monitor (d02-0~5) knob Voltage monitor (d03-0~3) Sequence status...
  • Page 43 4. Operation Panel (Keypad) (Continued from previous page) Block-B Parameter Mode : Parameters changed infrequently during the normal usage Basic function settings Output rating (B01-0~9) knob Motor circuit constant (IM) (B03-0~5) Ratio interlock setting (B06-0, 4~6) Extended function setting Acceleration/deceleration time (B10-0~5) Program frequency setting (B11-0~8)
  • Page 44 4. Operation Panel (Keypad) (Continued from previous page) Block-C Parameter Mode : Parameters changed infrequently during the normal usage Basic function settings Control method (C00-0~7) Various setting input selection (C02-0~8) knob Sequence input terminal function -1 (C03-0~8) Sequence input terminal function -2 (C04-0~9) Sequence input terminal function -3 (C05-0~7, 9)
  • Page 45: Changing Modes

    4. Operation Panel (Keypad) 4-3 Changing modes (block parameters) There are five modes of display on the operation panel. The mode (or block) displayed will change each time when the key is pressed. The monitor mode parameters , are the entries into the Extended Monitor Mode. S E T R S T D nn -m...
  • Page 46: Reading Parameters In Monitor Mode

    4. Operation Panel (Keypad) 4-4 Reading parameters in monitor mode Refer to section 6.1 for the Parameters that can be read in Monitor Mode. Note this is for the case of V/f control (default setting C30-0=1). The following is an example for reading the output current as a percentage and then showing the output frequency as Hz.
  • Page 47: Reading And Adjusting Block-a, B & C Parameters

    4. Operation Panel (Keypad) 4-5 Reading and adjusting block-A & B & C parameters Refer to Sections 6-2 to 6-5, for the details of the Block-A, B and C parameters. The below shown example is valid if the V/f control (constant torque) is enabled, (C30-0=1). This example is for changing "maximum output frequency (Fmax) ( )"...
  • Page 48 4. Operation Panel (Keypad) Keys Display Explanation Change the parameter A03-1 (DC Breaking Time) from 2.0 (default value) to 3.5. (In Block-B Parameter Setting Mode) Changes to the Block-C Parameter Setting Mode. Changes to the Utility Mode. (For future use) (10) Changes to the Monitor Mode.
  • Page 49: Reading The Changed Parameters (non-default Value Parameter List)

    4. Operation Panel (Keypad) 4-6 Reading the changed parameters (Non-default value parameter list) The Monitor Parameter d20-2 is the entry into the Block-A, B and C Non-Default Value Parameter Listing Mode. In this Non-Default Value Parameter Listing Mode, the display will show the Block-A, B and C Parameters that have different values from their default values.
  • Page 50 4. Operation Panel (Keypad) (Continued from previous page) (10) Change the setting value from 1.03 to 0.99. This completes changing of the setting value. (11) ↓ ↑ (12) The next Non-Default Parameter Number will display. ↓ ↑ (13) The display will alternate between d. CHG and ↓...
  • Page 51: Customising Block-b,c Parameter

    4. Operation Panel (Keypad) 4-7 Customising block-B,C parameter Block-B, C parameters can be assigned to any Block-A Parameter in the range of A04-0 to A04-7, and can be read and changed in the Block-A Parameter Setting Mode. To use this function, set parameter No. to be displayed in A04-0 to 7 in parameter C10-0 to 7. The below shown example is valid if the V/f control (constant torque) is enabled, (C30-0=1).
  • Page 52 4. Operation Panel (Keypad) The following is an example for changing the value of a Custom Parameter. Keys Display Explanation Register parameter B10-0 on Parameter C10-0 (Custom Setting). (Mode and Parameter Number Change to C10-0) The display shows Parameter C10-0. The value 1.99.9 indicates that no Parameter has ↓...
  • Page 53: Reading Fault History

    4. Operation Panel (Keypad) 4-8 Reading fault history Parameter number d20-0 in the Monitor Mode is an entry into the Fault History Mode. The following is an example in which the Fault History Mode is entered. Keys Display Explanation (D00-0 will display in the Monitor Mode.) •Hz 6 times Select Monitor Parameter D20-0.
  • Page 54: Chapter 5 Control Input / Output

    These are programmable inputs, which can be assigned to remotely ON/OFF control any of the sequence input functions (C03 to C06). If EMS is ON while the VAT2000 is stopped, all operational commands are inhibited. If it is ON Emergency stop during operation, the VAT2000 is led into a stopping sequence, either ramp down stop or coast-to-stop selectable.
  • Page 55: Control Inpu T/ Output Circuit

    3. Use a shielded wire shorter than 30m for the wiring. 20mA 4. For shield connections, connect to 244Ω COM terminal on the VAT2000 side. ±10V 5. The maximum input rating for FSI is 0 85kΩ to +21mA or 0 to +5.25V.
  • Page 56: Programmable Sequence Input Function (psi)

    5-3 Programmable sequence input function (PSI) The VAT2000 can basically be operated in three modes, from drive’s terminal block, from the operation panel and from the serial communication ports. Input signals like RESET or EMS operate in all cases, but some others can be enabled or disabled for operation by the changeover switches (J1, J2) or programmable sequence input function COP.
  • Page 57 5. Control Input / Output...
  • Page 58 For stoppage, either ramp down stop or coast-stop is available. HOLD Hold This is a stop signal used when Forward or reverse operation to RUN/REV is commanded by push-buttons (self-hold mode). The VAT2000 stops with this signal turned off. BRAKE DC brake DC brake can be operated with this signal.
  • Page 59 5. Control Input / Output Table 5-3 Programmable sequence input functions (2) Symbol Name Function Ratio interlock When IVLM is ON, the ratio interlock function increases or decreases the bias increase frequency setting output by BUP or BDW functions. The motor increases or decreases its speed according currently valid ramp rate.
  • Page 60: Programmable Sequence Output Function (pso)

    5. Control Input / Output 5-4 Programmable sequence output function (PSO) As standard, there are five digital outputs in the Default values VAT2000 (1NO/NC dry contact, one NO dry contact and three open collector transistor outputs). Terminal symbol Setting The 1NO/NC dry contact output is fixed to fault...
  • Page 61: Sequence Input Logic

    5. Control Input / Output 5-5 Sequence input logic O peration Input Sequence signal Internal comm . F W D L og ic L C L R U N O pe ra tio n by K e ypa d con ve rte r JO G R E V R E V...
  • Page 62: Changing Of Terminal Functions

    5. Control Input / Output 5-6 Changing of terminal functions The programmable input terminals (PSI1 to PSI9) can be arbitrarily assigned to control internal commands. On the other hand the state of some internal functions can be connected to the programmable output terminals (RA-RC and PSO1 to PSO5) to lead out the ON/OFF signals.
  • Page 63 5. Control Input / Output 5-6-2 Sequence output terminal assignment and monitoring The ON/OFF of the internal signals can be output to the RA-RC and PSO1 to 3-PSOE terminals as shown in Fig. 5-5 with the parameter Nos. C13-2 to 5 and C33. The ON/OFF of each signal can be monitored as shown in Fig.
  • Page 64: Programmable Analog Input Function (pai)

    5-7 Programmable analog input function (PAI) 5-7-1 Types of analog inputs The VAT2000 includes as standard three analog inputs to terminals FSV, FSI and AUX. Each analog input can be connected to the internal setting signals shown in Table 5-5 by using the programmable input function.
  • Page 65 D rive to rq ue lim ite r re du ctio n se tting PA I3 C 0 7-8 R e ge ne rative torqu e lim iter red uction settin g C 0 7-9 U 2 K V 2 3A D 0 O p tio n Torq ue b ia s 1 se tting (Note) The torque setting is 300% when C07-6 is 1.
  • Page 66: Programmable Analog Output Function (pao)

    5-8 Programmable analog output function (PAO) 5-8-1 Types of analog outputs As a standard, there are two programmable analog outputs (10 bits) in the VAT2000, with terminal board numbers FM-COM, and AM-COM. Two more analog outputs are available by the optional PCB U2KV23TR0 (Trace Back option).
  • Page 67: Selecting The Setting Data

    5-9 Selecting the setting data 5-9-1 Speed setting (1) Speed setting selection The speed setting in VAT2000 is possible from either analog input signals, or from host computer or from the operation panel. There are a total of nine different setting, all selectable. Setting...
  • Page 68 5. Control Input / Output 5-9-2 Torque setting (1) Torque setting selection The torque setting in VAT2000 is possible from either analog signals, serial communications or from the operation panel. All these are selectable by the user. Setting Setting data...
  • Page 69 The torque limit can be set independently for both speed control (ASR mode) or torque control (ACR mode) independently for drive or regeneration status. If the VAT2000 is stopped by the emergency stop signal (EMS), then the regeneration limit is fixed by parameter A10-5.
  • Page 70 5. Control Input / Output (1-1) External reduction setting The torque limit can be reduced using the signal provided from an analog input or from the serial transmission . Either analog or serial signals can be selected by setting a parameter or from the drive’s terminal board.
  • Page 71 (C 0 7 -8) o ff C F S Se rial re ge n era tive to rq ue lim it re du ction setting E m e rg en cy stop EM S...
  • Page 72 5. Control Input / Output 5-9-5 Torque ratio 1 setting (1) Torque ratio 1 setting selection The torque setting from ASR or from the outside can be operated with the multiplier factor given by function “Torque ratio 1”. This function can be set from either the Operation Panel or from the serial communication function.
  • Page 73 5. Control Input / Output 5-9-6 Torque ratio 2, torque bias 2 setting (1) Torque ratio 2 setting selection The following two types of torque ratio 2 setting inputs can be used. One of the two types of inputs can be selected by setting a parameter or with the sequence input. Setting Setting data Explanation...
  • Page 74 5. Control Input / Output 5-9-7 Machine time constant setting (1) Machine time constant setting The ASR need acknowledge of machine (load) time constant. This value can be set from either serial communication or through the Operation panel (this allows two different settings). One of the three types of inputs can be selected by setting a parameter or with the sequence input.
  • Page 75 5. Control Input / Output 5-9-8 ASR response setting (1) ASR response setting selection The ASR need acknowledge of the response time required. This value can be set from either serial communication or through the Operation panel. Setting Setting data Explanation input point Serial...
  • Page 76: Chapter 6 Control Functions And Parameter Settings

    Application V/f VEC PM D00 – Output frequency monitor Output frequency in Hz will display when the VAT2000 is in standby. displays while the DC brake is in action. Output frequency in % is displayed during pick up (Flying Start).
  • Page 77 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings Monitor parameters list Parameter Unit Remarks Application V/f VEC PM D05 – Minor fault monitor Minor fault The internal minor fault status will display. The correspondence of each LED segment and signal is shown in the next page. D06 –...
  • Page 78 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings C FS L IM 2 P R O G L IM 1 A U X P C T L IF S A C R V F S P IC K C PA S S A U X D V IPA S S IV LM...
  • Page 79 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings Monitor parameters list Parameter Unit Remarks Application V/f VEC PM D11 – Torque setting Torque setting The currently selected torque setting is displayed. Analog torque setting The setting value from the analog torque input is displayed. Serial communication The setting value from the serial communication torque input torque setting...
  • Page 80: Block-a Parameters

    6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings 6-2 Block-A parameters The parameters used most frequently have been grouped in Block-A. Block-A parameters list Parameter Unit Default Min. Max. Function Application V/f VEC PM A00 – Frequency setting Local frequency 10.00 0.10 Max. fre- This is the frequency set from the setting quency...
  • Page 81 This will affect the current response. If (PM) the gain is too low or too high, the current will become unstable, and the VAT2000 may trip by overcurrent . In general, adjust the response between 500 and 1000, and the time constant between 5 and 20ms.
  • Page 82: Block-b Parameters

    6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings 6-3 Block-B parameters The Block-B parameters are divided into the basic functions, extended functions and software option functions. Block-B parameters (Basic function of V/f control) list Parameter Unit Default Min. Max. Function Application V/f VEC PM B00 –...
  • Page 83 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings Block-B parameters (Basic function of vector control) list Parameter Unit Default Min. Max. Function Application V/f VEC PM B01 – Output rating Rated input voltage Select the rated input voltage from the setting following table. When this data is changed, the 200V 400V...
  • Page 84 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings Block-B parameters (Basic function constants) list Parameter Unit Default Min. Max. Function Application V/f VEC PM B02 – Motor circuit constant (IM) m Ω R1:Primary resistance Inverter 0.100 9.999 (Mantissa section) rating − 3 R1:Primary resistance Inverter (Exponent section)
  • Page 85 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings Block-B parameters (Extended function constants) list Parameter Unit Default Min. Max. Function Application V/f VEC PM B10 – Acceleration/deceleration time Acceleration ramp 10.0 6000.0 This acceleration/deceleration ramp time-2 time is valid when the ramp 2 selection is ON (CSEL=ON).
  • Page 86 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings Block-B parameters (Extended function constants) list Parameter Unit Default Min. Max. Function Application V/f VEC PM B13 – Local setting Torque setting –300.0 300.0 Torque setting from the keypad Torque ratio 1 setting 1.000 0.001 5.000 Torque bias 1 setting...
  • Page 87 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings Block-B parameters (Extended function constants) list Parameter Unit Default Min. Max. Function Application V/f VEC PM B20 – Output rating (Dual drive) Max./base frequency Select the output frequency rating simple setting from the following table. Value Ftrq (Hz) Fmax (Hz)
  • Page 88 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings Block-B parameters (Extended function constants) list Parameter Unit Default Min. Max. Function Application V/f VEC PM B23 – Torque Boost (Dual Drive) Manual torque boost Inverter 20.0 This is the boost voltage at 0Hz. voltage rating Square reduction...
  • Page 89 B 3 1-5 B 3 1-6 M otor sp ee d B 3 1-3 B 3 1-4 R e ge ne rative to rqu e lim it R e ge ne ratio n Regenerative compensation (B31-3, 4, 5, 6) 6-14...
  • Page 90 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings Block-B parameters (Extended function constants) list Parameter Unit Default Min. Max. Function Application V/f VEC PM B32 – Vector control compensation selection High speed flux control 1: Disable 2: Enable selection This is the control selection for magnetising the secondary flux to a high speed when starting operation.
  • Page 91 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings Block-B parameters (Extended function constants) list Parameter Unit Default Min. Max. Function Application V/f VEC PM B33 – M fluctuation compensation table reference speed –1 Table reference speed 0 100. 7200. This is the reference speed table .
  • Page 92 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings Block-B parameters (S/W option constants) list Parameter Unit Default Min. Max. Function Application V/f VEC PM B40 – Software option function Function selection – 1 = 1: Following functions are not used = 2: Program ramp function = 3: Pattern Run = 4: Traverse run Function selection –...
  • Page 93 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings Block-B parameters (S/W option constants) list Parameter Unit Default Min. Max. Function Application V/f VEC PM B43 – PID Control Proportional Gain 1.00 0.01 10.00 Integral time constant 10.0 30.0 Differential time 0.000 0.000 1.000 constant Upper limit...
  • Page 94 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings Block-B parameters (S/W option constants) list Parameter Unit Default Min. Max. Function Application V/f VEC PM B55 – Pattern run step-5 (Automatic run) Mode) = 0: Stop Frequency (speed) 10.00 0.00 100.00 = 1: Forward run Time 6000.0 = 2: Reverse run...
  • Page 95: Block-c Parameters

    6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings 6-4 Block-C parameters The Block-C parameters are divided into the basic functions, extended functions and hardware option functions. Block-C parameters (Basic function constants) list Parameter Unit Default Min. Max. Function Application V/f VEC PM C00 –...
  • Page 96 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings Block-C parameters (Basic function constants) list Parameter Unit Default Min. Max. Function Application V/f VEC PM C02 – Various setting input selection Speed setting input = 1 : Analog fixed selection = 2 : Serial/parallel fixed = 3 : Panel fixed = 4 : Sequence Traverse centre...
  • Page 97 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings Block-C parameters (Basic function constants) list Parameter Unit Default Min. Max. Function Application V/f VEC PM C03 – Sequence input function – 1 R·RUN (Reverse run) F·JOG (Forward Jog) R·JOG (Reverse Jog) HOLD (Hold signal) BRAKE (DC Brake) (Serial transsm.) Value...
  • Page 98 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings Block-C parameters (Basic function constants) list Parameter Unit Default Min. Max. Function Application V/f VEC PM C07 – Analog input terminal function Speed setting 1 Value Input terminal (1) Speed setting 2 0% fixed Speed setting 3 100% fixed Ratio interlock bias...
  • Page 99 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings Block-C parameters (Basic function constants) list Parameter Unit Default Min. Max. Function Application V/f VEC PM C09 – Parameter protection/operation locks Reverse run jogging Set this to prevent unintentional (sequence R JOG) reverse jogging operation. lock When set to “2”, the “R·JOG”...
  • Page 100 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings Block-C parameters (Basic function constants) list Parameter Unit Default Min. Max. Function Application V/f VEC PM C11 – Operation panel mode setting Initial mode The initial operation mode for when the power is turned ON is set = 1 : Local = 2 : Remote Run command status...
  • Page 101 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings Block-C parameters (Basic function constants) list Parameter Unit Default Min. Max. Function Application V/f VEC PM C14 – Meter output gain Output gain for FM 1.00 0.20 2.00 10V at Max. frequency when this is set to 1.00.
  • Page 102 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings Block-C parameters (Extended function constants) list Parameter Unit Default Min. Max. Function Application V/f VEC PM C20 – Start interlock Start/stop frequency 20.0 The motor will stop when below this (speed) frequency setting. Start/stop frequency 20.0 (speed) hysteresis Interlock frequency...
  • Page 103 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings Block-C parameters (Extended function constants) list Parameter Unit Default Min. Max. Function Application V/f VEC PM C24 – Speed detection error monitor Overspeed protection 105.0 100.0 200.0 The overspeed protection operation level level is set. Control mode change- Select control at speed detection error over during speed...
  • Page 104 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings Block-C parameters (H/W extended functions) list Parameter Unit Default Min. Max. Function Application V/f VEC PM C30 – Control mode selection Control mode — The control mode is set. selection = 1 : V/f control (constant torque: overload characteristics 150% for one minute.) = 2 : V/f control (variable torque:...
  • Page 105 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings Block-C parameters (H/W optional functions) list Parameter Unit Default Min. Max. Function Application V/f VEC PM C33 – Sequence output function PSO4 Output These relay outputs can be provided by either of U2KV23RYO or PSO5 Output U2KV23PIO optional interfaces Value...
  • Page 106 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings Block-C parameters (H/W optional functions) list Parameter Unit Default Min. Max. Function Application V/f VEC PM C50 – Encoder setting Encoder pulse divided 1024. The pulses received from the encoder output can be divided and output through PAOUT and PBOUT Encoder output pulse = 1: 2-phase input...
  • Page 107: Function Explanation

    6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings 6-5 Function explanation A00-0 Local frequency setting A00-2 Local speed setting This is the frequency (or speed) setting used in the local mode (operation control from the operation panel when it is enabled, -“LCL" LED ON-. The output frequency (speed) changes immediately according to the operation.
  • Page 108 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings A02-0 Manual torque boost selection This setting allows increase the torque at low speed for V/f control. When manual torque boost is enabled, this will be valid regardless of the automatic torque boost selection state. A02-1 Automatic torque boost selection The automatic torque boost optimises the V/f control.
  • Page 109 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings • Automatic torque boost function (V/f improved control) The automatic torque boost function controls voltage boosting and slip compensation using the current detection value. This allows to improve the motor torque when starting and at the low speed regions. Critical parameters which performs the automatic torque boost function, will be automatically adjusted by the Auto-tuning function, allowing that a standard AC motor outputs up to 200% or more starting torque with 150% current.
  • Page 110 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings A02-3 Square reduction torque setting [%] Set the reduction torque at the base frequency (B00-5)/2 as a percentage in respect to the rated output voltage (B00-3) A 0 2-3 A 0 2-2 Fre q ue ncy B a se B a se fre qu e ncy/2...
  • Page 111 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings A04-0~7 Custom parameters C10-0~7: Allow selection of custom parameters. Refer to section 4-7 for details. A05-0~2 Block B, C parameter skip These parameter allows selection of parameters to be displayed. Unnecessary displays can be reduced with this parameter, allowing easier operation. All displays are set to skip as the default.
  • Page 112 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings B00-7 Carrier frequency B01-7 The PWM carrier frequency and control method can be changed to change the tone of the magnetic sound generated from the motor. The relation of the setting range and control method is shown below.
  • Page 113 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings B02-0~9 Motor circuit constant (IM) σ ’ ’ R /s R /s T-type equivalence circuit T-I type equivalence circuit M' = M + M) L σ = (l + M)-M /( l + M) ' = (M/( l + M)) •...
  • Page 114 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings B06-0~6 Ratio interlock setting The ratio interlock operation executes the following expression and corresponds to each speed setting input signal. Y = AX + B + C X: Frequency (speed) setting input A: Coefficient (B06-0) Y: Frequency (speed) command B: Bias (B06-1, 4 where B"...
  • Page 115 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings B10-0 Acceleration ramp time –2 B10-1 Deceleration ramp time –2 B10-2 Acceleration ramp time for jogging B10-3 Deceleration ramp time for jogging The ramp up/down time can be switched by turning the sequence command CSEL to ON. Set the CSEL command input terminal with C03-6 parameter.
  • Page 116 The total acceleration/deceleration times ta and tb will not change. When this parameter is set, all the acceleration and deceleration ramps available in the VAT2000 will be S-type. (Note) Set so that the relation of the B10-4 setting and acceleration/deceleration time is as shown below.
  • Page 117 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings B11-0~7 Program frequency (speed) setting B11-8 Selection mode setting Up to eight fixed output frequencies or speed are allowed when PROG function is enabled. Set desired frequencies or speed to parameters B11-0 to B11-7, in percentage of maximum output (B00-4) and (B01-4).
  • Page 118 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings B13-0 Torque setting Refer to section 5-9-2 for details on selecting the torque setting. B13-1 Torque ratio 1 setting Refer to section 5-9-5 for details on selecting the torque ratio 1 setting. B13-2 Torque bias 1 setting Refer to section 5-9-3 for details on selecting the torque bias 1 setting.
  • Page 119 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings B13-6 ASR gain compensation in constant power range B13-7 ACR gain compensation in constant power range Increase or decrease each ASR gain and ACR gain in power constant speed range. ACR gain AS R gain B 1 3 -6 B 1 3 -7 1 00 %...
  • Page 120 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings B18-0 Over current limit B18-1,2 Check next page B18-3 Over current limit gain B18-4 Current stabilisation gain B18-5 Over current breakdown prevention gain B18-6 Over current stall prevention time constant The over current limit is a function that lowers the output frequency and suppresses the current so that the motor current does not exceed this parameter setting value during starting or constant running.
  • Page 121 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings B18-1 Regenerative current limit The regenerative torque to deceleration running is limited. Set to 10% when not using the DBR option. When using the DBR option, calculate the value with the following formula and set.
  • Page 122 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings Program ramp − acceleration B41-0~7 Program ramp − deceleration B42-0~7 The motor can be run with up to eight program frequency (speed) using the sequence commands PROG and S0, S1, S2, S3, SE. The program ramp time can also be switched at this time allowing individual acceleration or deceleration ramp for each speed.
  • Page 123 The analog input (FSV, FSI, AUX) can be configured as a feedback loop as shown below. The below is an example. It is possible to use any analog input either as setting or feedback. VAT2000 pressure sen so r FS V o r FS I...
  • Page 124 Multi-pump control refers to operating up to six pumps in one water system, one pump is variable speed controlled and up to five more controlled ON/OFF by the digital outputs provided in the VAT2000. The water pressure in the pipe system is controlled to be constant according the setting input in the VAT2000´s PID.
  • Page 125 P S O 4 (5 ) (p um p 4) P S O 5 (p um p 5) ULT: PID output upper limit value in VAT2000 LLT: PID output lower limit value in VAT2000 Holding time Continuous operation time limit Changeover time The ON/OFF control of multiple pumps is carried out so that the operation time of each pump is equal.
  • Page 126 (6) When the PID output reaches LLT, the pumps will sequentially turn OFF from the pump having the longest operation time. However if there are no pumps to turn OFF, the VAT2000 will stop. When the PID output rises and leaves LLT, the VAT2000 will resume operation...
  • Page 127 (3) Refer to section (1) and set the parameters B44-1 to 3. (4) By using the setting interlock function (C20 = 0 to 3), the VAT2000 run/stop can be controlled by the pressure command input (FSV, FSI). In this case, the signal command (RUN-R.RUN) should be always ON.
  • Page 128 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings 2) Deviated traverse X, Y operation The deviated traverse operation shown below takes place with the sequence commands S0 (X) and S1 (Y) during traverse operation. X (B 45 -5 ) FH (B 4 5-0 ) Y (B 45 -6 ) S 0 (X ) S 1 (Y )
  • Page 129 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings B50-0~0 Pattern run function to B59-3 The frequency (speed), run direction and operation time can be controlled automatically with the pattern run function B 5 1-1 B 5 0-1 B 5 4-1 B 5 3-1 tim e B 5 2-1 S tep -0...
  • Page 130 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings (2) The sequence command functions will be as shown below during pattern running. RUN: Pattern run starts when RUN turns ON. The operation starts from the run speed and operation time applied when the operation was previously stopped. Note 1) The pattern running operates with the remote mode (LCL OFF).
  • Page 131 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings C00-0 Run command method C 0 0-0 = 1; F.R U N , R .R U N Fo rw a rd run R U N O utpu t freq ue ncy M otor S pe ed R e ve rse run P S I1 (R .R U N ) F.R U N...
  • Page 132 = 1: Coast to stop = 2: Deceleration to stop (Ramp down to stop) Coast to stop refers to stopping by turning the VAT2000’s output OFF at the stop command time. The motor will slow down by inertia Deceleration stop refers to stopping the motor by decreasing the VAT2000’s output according currently ramp down time adjusted.
  • Page 133 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings C00-5 Control source switchover method (J1 setting) J1 setting =1: OFF =2: ON Select whether to use the terminal block input signals with the local operation mode. Refer to section 5-5 for details. C00-6 Control source switchover method (J2 setting) J2 setting =1: OFF...
  • Page 134 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings C08-0 Automatic start. = 1: OFF (The drive starts when run command is given after pre-charging. Run commands before that the power ON sequence is completed will be ignored) = 2: ON without pick-up If the run command is ON at the power ON time, then the drive will start once the pre- charging is completed.
  • Page 135 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings C09-0 Parameter protection Set this parameter to prevent unintentional operations from operation panel. Changing of the data can be protected per function group with the setting value as shown below. Block B, C Block value Basic Extn.
  • Page 136 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings C09-7 Default value load All values per function group are changed to the default values. 9: All default values load (excluding maintenance) 10: Parameter A 11: Parameters B, C basic functions 12: Parameters B, C extended functions 13: Parameter B software option function Parameter C hardware option function 14: Parameters B basic functions...
  • Page 137 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings C12-2 = 1: 0- ± 10V C12-1 = 1: 4~20mA = 2: 0- ± 5V = 2: 0~20mA = 3: 1-5 V S etting frequency/S etting speed S etting freq ue n cy/S etting spe ed (Fo rw a rd run ) M ax.
  • Page 138 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings C15-0 C15-0 Attainment (ATN) detection width O utput frequency The attained output ATN operation width is set. Time O utput current C15-1 Current (IDET) detection level The current detection (IDET) operation level C15-1 is set. Set with a percentage of the rated current (B00-6, B01-6).
  • Page 139 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings C20-0 Start/stop frequencies (speeds) C20-1 Start/stop frequency (speed) hysteresis C20-2 Interlock frequency (speed) C20-3 Run delay timer The following types of interlock can be obtained for the run RUN and R·RUN commands. R U N X R U N R U N Y R .R U N...
  • Page 140 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings C21-0 Number of retries C21-1 Retry wait time Retry is a function that performs its own fault reset and restarts with pick-up. Is possible to set the number of retries, and the wait time (t ).
  • Page 141 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings C21-2 Pick-up wait time The wait time t is a safety delay to ensure that the pick-up operation is enabled a time after the output is cut off, once the motor residual voltage is disappeared. The residual voltage is a voltage generated by the motor after the inverter output turns OFF, and will be abated in approx.
  • Page 142 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings C22-0 Overload setting (L0) C22-1 0Hz overload (L2) C22-2 0.7 Fbase freq. overload (L1) These are setting parameters for the overload Trip tim e (OLT) function. (m inute) The reverse time interval characteristics will C22-0=50% B 22-0 =100% change with the C22-0 setting as shown on the...
  • Page 143 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings C24-0 Overspeed protection level This parameter set the overspeed protection level, as a percentage in respect to the maximum frequency (B00-4) or maximum speed (B01-4). The output frequency or motor speed is the target for comparison. O u tp ut fre q ue n cy M o tor spe e d C 2 4-0...
  • Page 144 V /F settin g vo lta g e When not using the high-efficiency operation function, set 100 while the O utpu t vo lta ge fluctu atio n a t fre q ue ncy f inverter is stopped. This setting value is the lower limit of...
  • Page 145 When using the 2-phase pulse, the rotation direction is judged by the advance and delay of the 2-phase pulse. With the VAT2000, the encoder pulse is defined as shown below during forward run. (The Z-phase pulse is the zero point position detection and is used only for PM motor control).
  • Page 146 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings The signal conversion circuit is according the following combination. Setting A-IN B-IN Z-IN forward/ forward/ forward/ inter- reverse reverse reverse change Reverse No inter- Reverse change Reverse Reverse Reverse Reverse Reverse Reverse Reverse Reverse Reverse Reverse Reverse...
  • Page 147: Application To Square Low Variable Torque Load

    6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings 6-6 Application to square low variable torque load 6-6-1 Specifications for square low variable torque load A load having characteristics in which the load torque varies with the speed, as a fan or pump, is called a square law variable torque load.
  • Page 148 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings 6-6-2 Selection of load characteristics Select the load characteristics by setting the following parameters. Table Name Default Min. Max. Unit Function value value value C30 - Control mode selection Control mode selection — = 1 : V/f control (constant torque: overload characteristics 150% for one minute.)
  • Page 149 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings Table Name Default Min. Max. Unit Function value value value C22 - Overload The C22-1, 2 data will be Overload setting limited by this value when this Constant torque 100. 105. value is changed. Variable torque 100.
  • Page 150: Adjusting The Vector Control Speed Control Related Parameters

    6-7-1 Speed control system for Induction Motors The speed control system of VAT2000 is configured of blocks as shown below. Automatic tuning is used for adjusting the exciting current control, current regulator, flux observer and speed estimation mechanism, so these parameters often do not need to be adjusted.
  • Page 151 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings 6-7-2 Speed regulator (IM) The speed regulator (ASR) is configured of PI control, and has the following parameters. Parameter Parameter Function A10-0 ASR response Set the required ASR response in radians A10-1 Machine time constant1 Set the time to accelerate the motor and load to the base speed at the rated motor torque.
  • Page 152 M' fluctuations greatly immediately after entering the constant output range, so set using the following diagram as a reference. (The base speed is 1.) M ' flu ctuation coefficien t 1 00% spee d O pera tio n ran ge Setting the reference speed table 6-77...
  • Page 153 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings 6-7-5 Current regulator (IM) The current regulator (ACR) is a PI type control, including the following parameters. Parameter Parameter Function A11-0 ACR response Set the ACR response in radians. If the response is too low or too high, the current will become unstable, and the over current protection will function.
  • Page 154 6. Control Functions and Parameter Settings 6-7-7 Load torque observer (IM) The disturbance load applied on the motor is calculated and the torque command is compensated. To increase the response toward disturbance, use the load torque observer. By setting the speed regulator (ASR) to P and using the load torque observer, overshooting can be suppressed.
  • Page 155: Chapter 7 Options

    7. Options Chapter 7 Options 7-1 Outline of options The VAT2000 Series include the options shown below. This chapter will focus on the stand-alone options and main circuit wiring devices. D C L Stan d-Alone option D BR U nit...
  • Page 156 7. Options Table 7-1 (continued) Plug-in PCB options Option Item Type Function class & Manual Speed detection U2KV23DN1 This is a speed detection PCB for the IM vector control 1 (complimentary with speed sensor, and is compatible with the (PCST-3229) compatible) complimentary output type encoder.
  • Page 157 7. Options Table 7-2 Main circuit wiring device ratings and stand-alone option types (1) (4)                   !"  !" #         ...
  • Page 158: Vat2000´s Main Options

    7. Options 7-2 VAT2000’s main option VAT2000 catalog numbers U2KxxxKxD, are for DC supply, allowing configurations in common bus. (1) U2KX00K4D – U2KX37K0D, U2KN00K4D – U2KN07K5D D C P ow er S upply (N ote 1) O utput Voltage (N o te 2)
  • Page 159: Built-in Pcb Option

    VAT2000 allows mounting up to three cards, but only one of each type. These PCB options can be easily mounted after purchasing the VAT2000 by the end user. * The PCB option cover is required when the PCB option is mounted.
  • Page 160: Dynamic Braking (dbr)

    7. Options 7-4 Dynamic braking (DBR). The VAT2000 includes a dynamic braking feature in drives up to U2KN07K5S and U2KX07K5S . For larger drives the dynamic braking is achieved by using external modules 7-4-1 Units U2KN07K5S and smaller, and U2KX07K5S and smaller These drives include a dynamic braking feature and a DB resistor as standard.
  • Page 161 7. Options (2) External DBR If the braking torque or ED are insufficient with the above built-in resistor, provide an external resistor wired as shown in Fig. 7-3. When using an external DBR, remove the built-in DBR. The resistance value to obtain a 100% braking torque is shown in Table 7-4. When using the external DBR resistor, is recommended the use of a thermal relay (76D), to prevent burning as shown in Fig.
  • Page 162 7. Options The resistance value to obtain a 100% braking torque is shown in Table 7-4. Table 7-4 VAT2000 100% Torque Resistance Wire Dimensions type (Note1) Type Resistance (Ω) 40 ∅ U2KN00K4 TLR405P200 1(*) 40 ∅ U2KN00K7 TLR216P200 1(*) 40 ∅...
  • Page 163: Electromagnetic Compliance, Emc

    7. Options 7-5 Electro Magnetic Compliance, EMC Electromagnetic Compliance with the EN50081 & EN50082 is achieved by using appropriate EMC filters. EMC foot print filters can be mounted on the drive’s foot saving space in cabinets, or alternatively along side the drive when the total depth is a problem. Details of Foot print and Stand alone filters are given below.
  • Page 164 7. Options 8 ,5 L a b e l M 1 0 Foot-Print filters Stand Alone Filters (3) Recommended Installation instructions for Electro Magnetic Compliance An inverter has not intrinsic on its own, but is considered as a component to be installed with other control components.
  • Page 165: Chapter 8 Maintenance And Inspection

    95% or less with no dew condensation. Oil mist and dust Confirm that there is no oil mist or dust in the VAT2000. Abnormal noise and Confirm that there is no abnormal noise or vibration from the installation site or vibration VAT2000.
  • Page 166: Measuring Devices

    30,000 hours at 3000rpm.They must be replaced periodically. (3) Inspection of spare VAT2000 The inspection shown in Table 8-2 must also be performed for spare VAT2000 that are left connected but are not used in normal operation. The operation of the VAT2000 must be checked every six months by turning the power on.
  • Page 167: Protective Functions

    8. Maintenance and Inspection 8-3 Protective functions The VAT2000 has the protective functions shown in Table 8-3. Table 8-3 Protective function Name Function Overcurrent trip The output is cut off and the inverter stops if the instantaneous value of the (OC-1 to 9) output current exceeds the preset value.
  • Page 168: Troubleshooting With Fault Display

    8. Maintenance and Inspection 8-4 Troubleshooting with fault display The countermeasures for when the inverter stops with a fault code display are shown in Table 8-4. Table 8-4 Troubleshooting (1) Display symbol Name Causes and countermeasures Emergency stop 1. The sequence input EMS has been activated. Check the signal wiring.
  • Page 169 8. Maintenance and Inspection Display symbol Name Causes and countermeasures Overcurrent 1. Increase the acceleration time setting (A01-0). during automatic 2. Increase the deceleration time setting (A01-1). tuning 3. A short circuit in the load may have occurred. OC-9 Overvoltage 1.
  • Page 170 8. Maintenance and Inspection Display symbol Name Causes and countermeasures Undervoltage 1. A drop in voltage, phase dropout or power supply failure may have occurred. Check the power supply system and correct if necessary. UV-1~UV-9 Overheat 1. A trouble may have occurred in the cooling fan. Replace if necessary.
  • Page 171 8. Maintenance and Inspection Display symbol Name Causes and countermeasures I/O error 1. The VAT2000 may be malfunctioning due to external noise, (gate turn-off etc. Look for the noise source and remove the cause. circuit error) The control circuit may be faulty.
  • Page 172: Troubleshooting With No Fault Display

    3. The reverse run interlock function (C09-3) may be set or the other parameters may be incorrect. Check the parameters. 4. The voltage may not be output to the VAT2000 output terminal. Measure the output voltage, and confirm that the three phases are balanced.
  • Page 173: Appendix 1 Type Description System

    Appendix Appendix 1 Type Description System Standard specifications 200V Series Item Specifications System 200V Series (NxxKx) Type (VAT2000-U2KN_) 00K4 00K7 01P5 02P2 04K0 05K5 07K5 11K0 15K0 18K5 22K0 30K0 37K0 Rated capacity 11.4 15.9 21.1 26.3 31.8 41.0 50.0 [kVA] (Note 1) Max.
  • Page 174 Appendix 400V Series Item Specifications System 400V Series (XxxKx) Type (VAT2000-U2KX_) 00K4 00K7 01P5 02P2 04K0 05K5 07K5 11K0 15K0 18K5 22K0 30K0 37K0 45K0 Rated capacity 11.7 15.9 21.4 25.6 30.4 41.5 50.0 60.0 [kVA] (Note 1) Max. continuous...
  • Page 175 Appendix Note 1) The output voltage indicates the output capacity [kVA] at 200V for the 200V series, and 400V for the 400V series. Note 2) Indicates the total effective value including the higher harmonics. Note 3) Indicates the case for the standard 4-pole squirrel cage motor. Note 4) When 40°C is exceeded, derate the output current by 2% for each 1°C.
  • Page 176 Appendix Note 6) This inverter is subject to the EC Low Voltage Directives. The rated input voltage will be 380 to 415V to comply to the EC Low Voltage Directives. Note 7) An output voltage exceeding the input voltage cannot be attained. Note 8) When using the speed sensor-less vector control, the vector control with speed sensor, or the PM motor control, select the applicable motor from the max.
  • Page 177 Appendix Control specifications table V/f control V/f control Speed Vector control PM motor control (constant (variable sensor-less with speed (Note 2) vector torque) torque) sensor (Note 1) control Control method All digital control Sine wave approximation PWM Transfer frequency Mono-sound mode : 1 to 15KHz (1KHz increments) Soft sound mode : Average frequency 2.1 to 5KHz...
  • Page 178 Appendix V/f control V/f control Speed sensor- Vector control PM motor (constant (variable less vector with speed control torque) torque) control sensor Stop method Deceleration stop in respect to run, emergency stop and inching, coast to stop selective Braking start frequency, randomly set between 0.1 and 60.0Hz DC braking Braking voltage, randomly set between 0.1 and 20.0% Braking time, randomly set between 0.0 and 20.0 seconds...
  • Page 179 Appendix V/f control V/f control Speed sensor- Vector control PM motor (constant (variable less vector with speed control torque) torque) control sensor Meter output 0 to 10VDC, 1mA (programmable) : 2 points Change between output frequency, output voltage, output current, DC voltage, etc. Preventive Overcurrent limit (drive regeneration limit variable), overvoltage limit, overload warning contact...
  • Page 180: Outline Dimension Drawings

    Appendix Appendix 2 Outline Dimension Drawings Fig.1 Fig.2 Fig.3 Type Dimensions (mm) Main Weight Fig. circuit (kg) 200V 400V ød terminal Series Series N00K4 X00K4 Fig. 1 N00K7 X00K7 N01K5 X01K5 N02K2 X02K2 N04K0 X04K0 X05K5 Fig. 2 X07K5 N05K5 N07K5 X11K0 X15K0...
  • Page 181: Fault Codes

    Appendix Appendix 3 Fault Codes Code Display Fault Description Retry — — — No fault No fault recorded. × Emergency Indicates that sequence signal EMS has been input in C00-4 = 2 (fault × (EmS) stop output at emergency stop) mode. Power Power module fault (PM-n)
  • Page 182 Appendix Display Fault Description Retry × I/O Error There has been an error in communications through the I/O port. (IO-n) sub-code Gate Shutdown Circuit error. A feedback signal has disagreed to a Gate Shutdown command. A/D Convertor error. The A/D Convertor has been jammed. Current Detector Offset.
  • Page 183: 7-segment Led Display

    Appendix Appendix 4 7-segment LED Display (1) Numeric Display Numerics (2) Alphabet Display Alphabet B (b) D (d) Display Alphabet M (m) N (n) Q (q) R (r) T (t) Display Alphabet V (v) – (Brackets) (3) Message LOCK LIST TRACE RETRY d.Err...
  • Page 184 Appendix <Remarks> Function <Remarks> Function A-12...

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