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User Guide
Unidrive M200/201
Model size 1 to 6
Variable Speed AC drive for induction
motors
Part Number: 0478-0042-04
Issue: 4
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  • Page 1 User Guide Unidrive M200/201 Model size 1 to 6 Variable Speed AC drive for induction motors Part Number: 0478-0042-04 Issue: 4 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 2 General information The manufacturer accepts no liability for any consequences resulting from inappropriate, negligent or incorrect installation or adjustment of the optional operating parameters of the equipment or from mismatching the variable speed drive with the motor. The contents of this guide are believed to be correct at the time of printing. In the interests of a commitment to a policy of continuous development and improvement, the manufacturer reserves the right to change the specification of the product or its performance, or the contents of the guide, without notice.
  • Page 3 How to use this guide This user guide provides complete information for installing and operating the drive from start to finish. The information is in logical order, taking the reader from receiving the drive through to fine tuning the performance. NOTE There are specific safety warnings throughout this guide, located in the relevant sections.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    AC supply requirements ........49 24 Vdc supply ............52 Ratings ..............53 Output circuit and motor protection .....56 Braking ..............59 Ground leakage ...........61 EMC (Electromagnetic compatibility) ....62 Communications connections ......69 4.10 Control connections ..........69 Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 5 13.6 Motor overload protection .........199 13.7 Motor overspeed protection ......199 13.8 Thermal memory retention ........199 13.9 Electrical ratings ..........199 13.10 cUL requirements for frame size 4 ....199 13.11 Group installation ..........199 Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 6 EN 61000-3-3:2008 low-voltage supply systems for equipment with rated current <16 A EN 61000-3-2:2006 Applicable where input current <16 A. No limits apply for professional equipment where input power >1 kW. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 7: Safety Information

    Drives must not be subjected to excessive physical force. Access Drive access must be restricted to authorized personnel only. Safety regulations which apply at the place of use must be complied with. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 8: Electrical Installation

    Size 1: 0.75 kg (1.65 Ib). Size 2: 1.3 kg (3 lb). Size 3: 1.5 kg (3.3 lb). Size 4: 3.13 kg (6.9 Ib). Size 5: 7.4 kg (16.3 Ib). Size 6: 14 kg (30.9 Ib). Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 9: Product Information

    Heavy Duty current rating x 10 Customer Code: 00 = 50 Hz 01 = 60 Hz Drive Format: A - AC in AC out Documentation: 0 - Supplied separately 1 - English Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 10: Ratings

    The continuous current ratings given are for maximum 40 °C (104 °F), 1000 m altitude and 3.0 kHz switching. Derating is required for higher switching frequencies, ambient temperature >40 °C (104 °F) and high altitude. For further information, refer to Chapter 11 Technical data on page 159. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 11 02200056 10.1 02200075 11.3 13.5 Frame size 3 03200100 04200133 13.3 23.9 Frame size 4 04200176 17.6 16.4 31.7 Frame size 5 05200250 37.5 06200330 49.5 Frame size 6 06200440 63.8 Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 12 The time allowed in the overload region is proportionally reduced at very low output frequency on some drive ratings. NOTE The maximum overload level which can be attained is independent of the speed. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 13: Operating Modes

    Rotor flux control provides closed loop control without the need for position feedback by using current, voltages and key motor parameters to estimate the motor speed. It can eliminate instability traditionally associated with open loop control for example when operating large motors with light loads at low frequencies. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 14: Drive Features

    2. Identification label 6. Braking terminal 10. Motor connections 3. Option module 7. Internal EMC filter screw 11. AC supply connections 4. Relay connections 8. DC bus + 12. Ground connections Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 15: Keypad And Display

    The keypad and display provide information to the user regarding the operating status of the drive and trip codes, and provide the means for changing parameters, stopping and starting the drive, and the ability to perform a drive reset. Figure 2-4 Unidrive M200 keypad detail Figure 2-5 Unidrive M201 keypad detail...
  • Page 16: Nameplate Description

    10.4A / 5.4A Typical input current Output voltage Heavy duty Serial output current number Manuals: www.ctmanuals.info Approvals Refer to Figure 2-1 Model number on page 9 for further information relating to the labels. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 17: Options

    Increases the I/O capability by adding the following combinations: Automation • Digital I/O Orange SI-I/O (I/O expansion) • Digital Inputs • Analog Inputs (differential or single ended) • Analog Output • Relays Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 18: Items Supplied With The Drive

    Size 5 Size 6 Grounding bracket M4 x 8 Double Sem Torx screw Grounding bracket Surface mounting brackets Grounding clamp Terminal nuts M6 x 11 Supply and motor connector Finger guard grommets Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 19: Mechanical Installation

    ) B o t t o m o f f i r e e n c l o s u r e Bottom of fire enclosure Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 20: Terminal Cover Removal

    The drives shown in Figure 3-3 have a single removable terminal cover which provides access to all electrical connections, i.e. Control, AC, Motor and Brake functions. Figure 3-5 on page 21 illustrates the three steps required to remove the drive terminal covers. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 21 Figure 3-5 Removing the terminal cover (size 1 to 4) 1. Using a flat bladed screwdriver, turn the terminal cover locking clip anti-clockwise by approximately 30° 2. Slide the terminal cover down 3. Remove terminal cover Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 22 Figure 3-7 Removing the size 6 terminal covers Pozi Pz 2 1. Control terminal cover When replacing the terminal covers, the screws should be tightened to a maximum torque of 1 N m (0.7 lb ft). Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 23 Place finger-guard on a flat solid surface and hit relevant break-outs with hammer as shown (1). Continue until all required break-outs are removed (2). Remove any flash / sharp edges once the break-outs are removed. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 24: Installing / Removing Options

    Press down on the tab (1) to release the option module from the drive housing as shown. • Tilt the option module slightly towards you and pull away from the drive housing (2). Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 25 To release the option module from the drive housing, press down on the tab (1) as shown in detailed view (A). • Tilt the option module towards you as shown in (2). • Remove the option module by lifting away from the drive as shown in (3). Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 26 Press the adaptor downwards (3) until the adaptor connector locates into the drive connection below. Figure 3-14 Removal of the AI-485 adaptor • To remove the AI-Adaptor, pull it up away from the drive in the direction shown (1) Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 27 Press the adaptor downwards (3) until the adaptor connector locates into the drive connection as shown. Figure 3-16 Removal of the AI-Backup adaptor • To remove the AI-Backup adaptor, pull it up away from the drive in the direction shown (1) Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 28: Dimensions And Mounting Methods

    Figure 3-17 Surface mounting the size 1 drive 11 mm (0.43 in) Æ5.0 mm 75 mm (3.0 in) 53 mm (2.1 in) (0.2 in) x 4 holes 143 mm (5.63 in) 130 mm (5.12 in) Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 29 (0.37 in) (0.21 in) 70.7 mm (2.80 in) ∅5.0 mm 90 mm (3.54 in) (0.2 in) x 4 holes 215 mm (8.5 in) 160 mm (6.3 in) 6.0 mm (0.24 in) Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 30 9.0 mm 106 mm (4.17 in) 8.0 mm 192.0 mm (7.60 in) 143.0 mm (5.63 in) (0.35 in) (0.32 in) 375 mm (14.78 in) Æ 6.5 mm (0.30 in) x 4 holes Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 31 Æ5.0 mm (0.20 in) (x 4 holes) 68 mm 68 mm (2.67 in) (2.67 in) Æ 6.5 mm (0.3 in) Radius 1.0 mm 137 mm (5.47 in) (0.04 in) (x 4 holes) Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 32 The outer holes plus the hole located in the center of the bracket are to be used for through panel mounting. Figure 3-25 Size 2 M201 Variant with front panel potentiometer control 150 mm (5.91 in) 11 mm (0.43 in) Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 33 @ 50 °C (122 °F) (size 5 to 6) on page 162. NOTE When through-panel mounted, ideally drives should be spaced 30 mm (1.18 in) to maximize panel stiffness. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 34: Enclosure For Standard Drives

    300 mm (12 in) from the drive and any power cable Table 3-4 Spacing required between drive / enclosure and drive / EMC filter Drive Size Spacing (B) 0 mm (0.00 in) 30 mm (1.18 in) Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 35 Where: is the air pressure at sea level is the air pressure at the installation Typically use a factor of 1.2 to 1.3, to allow also for pressure-drops in dirty air-filters. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 36: Enclosure Design And Drive Ambient Temperature

    44 for information on fan removal. The size 6 is also installed with a variable speed fan to ventilate the capacitor bank. The heatsink fan on the size 5 to 6 is supplied internally by the drive. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 37: Enclosing Size 5 To 6 Drive For High Environmental Protection

    IP insert as shown in Figure 3-32. Table 3-5 Through-panel mounting kit part numbers Size CT part number 3470-0067 3470-0055 Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 38 When designing an IP65 enclosure, refer to Figure 3-29 on page 37 for an example of an IP65 through-panel layout. Consideration should be made with regard to the heat dissipation from the front of the drive. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 39: External Emc Filter

    Figure 3-35 Size 1 to 6 external EMC filter V: Ground stud X: Threaded holes for footprint mounting of the drive Y: Footprint mounting hole diameter Z: Bookcase mounting slot diameter. CS: Cable size Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 40 210 mm 6.5 mm 6.5 mm 16 mm 4200-4800 (15.43 in) (16.54 in) (7.09 in) (2.36 in) (1.30 in) (0.45 in) (17.09 in) (8.27 in) (0.26 in) (0.26 in) (6 AWG) 4200-3690 Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 41: Electrical Terminals

    Figure 3-36 Locations of the power and ground terminals (size 1 to 4) Key: 1. Control terminals 4. AC power terminals 7. DC bus + 2. Relay terminals 5. Motor terminals 8. Brake terminal 3. Ground connections 6. DC bus - Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 42 Connection type Torque setting Screw terminals 0.2 N m (0.15 lb ft) Table 3-16 Drive relay terminal data Model Connection type Torque setting Screw terminals 0.5 N m (0.4 lb ft) Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 43: Routine Maintenance

    Ensure all screw terminals remain tight Ensure all crimp terminals remains tight – check for any discoloration which could indicate Crimp terminals overheating Cables Check all cables for signs of damage Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 44 C: Depress and hold the locking release on the fan cable lead as shown (2). D: With the locking release depressed (2), take hold of the fan supply cable and carefully pull to separate the connectors. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 45: Electrical Installation

    Fuses Motor Optional ground Mains connection Supply Supply Ground See Figure 4-7 Size 1 to 4 ground connections (size 2 shown) on page 48 for further information on ground connections. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 46 See Figure 4-7 Size 1 to 4 ground connections (size 2 shown) on See Figure 4-7 Size 1 to 4 ground connections (size 2 shown) on page 48 for further information on ground connections. page 48 for further information on ground connections. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 47 Supply Ground The upper terminal block (1) is used for AC supply connection. The lower terminal block (2) is used for Motor connection. Motor Optional ground Mains connection Supply Supply Ground Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 48 ” 16 mm > 10 mm phase conductor and ” 35 mm > 16 mm 16 mm Half of the cross-sectional area of the input > 35 mm phase conductor Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 49: Ac Supply Requirements

    This may cause nuisance tripping, or in extreme cases, failure of the drive. Drives of low power rating may also be susceptible to disturbance when connected to supplies with a high rated capacity. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 50 The reactance values will be higher than 2 % with some of these drives, which may result in a loss of drive output (reduced torque at high speed) because of the voltage drop. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 51 Mounting slot 4402-0227 17 mm x 7 mm 4402-0228 150 mm (5.91in) 150 mm (5.91in) 120 mm (4.72 in) 47 mm (1.85 in) 90 mm (3.54in) (0.67 in x 0.28 in) 4402-0229 Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 52: Vdc Supply

    Minimum and maximum voltage values include ripple and noise. Ripple and noise values must not exceed 5 %. Figure 4-12 Location of the 24 Vdc power supply connection on the AI-Backup adaptor Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 53: Ratings

    10.4/5.4 10.4/7.5 or J 02200056 14.9/7.4 14.9/11.3 02200075 18.1/9.1 18.1/13.5 03200100 23.9/12.8 23.9/17.7 30/25 or J 04200133 23.7/13.5 23.7/16.9 04200176 17.0 21.3 or J 05200250 or J 06200330 06200440 or J Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 54 CAUTION Table 4-10 Cable ratings (100 V) Cable size (IEC 60364-5-52) Cable size (UL508C) Model Input Output Input Output Nominal Maximum Nominal Maximum Nominal Maximum Nominal Maximum 01100017 01100024 02100042 02100056 Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 55 Cable size (IEC 60364-5-52) Cable size (UL508C) Model Input Output Input Output Nominal Maximum Nominal Maximum Nominal Maximum Nominal Maximum 05500030 0.75 0.75 05500040 05500069 06500100 06500150 06500190 06500230 06500290 06500350 Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 56: Output Circuit And Motor Protection

    (41 ft) (30 ft) 01100024 02100042 75 m 50 m 37.5 m 25 m 18 m 100 m (328 ft) (246 ft) (164 ft) (123 ft) (82 ft) (59 ft) 02100056 Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 57 (165 ft) (120 ft) 05400300 06400350 300 m 200 m 150 m 100 m 75 m 50 m 06400420 (984 ft) (660 ft) (490 ft) (330 ft) (245 ft) (165 ft) 06400470 Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 58 Users of 575 V NEMA rated motors should note that the specification for inverter-rated motors given in NEMA MG1 section 31 is sufficient for Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 59: Braking

    When motor braking is applied by the drive, the maximum regenerated power that the drive can absorb is equal to the power dissipation (losses) of the drive. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 60 32.7 Thermal Start / Reset protection device Braking resistor See Figure 4-1 on page 45 to Figure 4-6 on page 47 for the location of the +DC and braking resistor connections. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 61: Ground Leakage

    30 mA* AC at 230 V 50 Hz (1 phase, line to neutral supply, star point ground) 50 mA* AC at 400 V 50 Hz (3 phase, star point ground) * Proportional to the supply voltage and frequency. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 62: Emc (Electromagnetic Compatibility)

    A suitable clamp is the Phoenix DIN rail mounted SK14 cable clamp (for cables with a maximum outer diameter of 14 mm). Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 63 As shown in Figure 4-21 the size 1 internal EMC filter is removed by removing the screw (1). The supply must be disconnected before removing the internal EMC filter. WARNING Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 64 Figure 4-26 Removal of the size 6 internal EMC filter To electrically disconnect the internal EMC filter, remove the screw as To electrically disconnect the internal EMC filter, remove the screw as shown above (1). shown above (1). Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 65 It must not be connected directly to the power earth busbar. Optional ground connection Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 66 This is a product of the restricted distribution class according to IEC 61800-3 In a residential environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take CAUTION adequate measures. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 67 1: Ensure direct metal contact at the drive and filter mounting points. Any Figure 4-34. paint must be removed beforehand. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 68 The shields should be bonded directly to the coupling-bar using uninsulated metal cable-clamps. Keep the length of the exposed power conductors to a minimum and ensure that all sensitive equipment and circuits are at least 0.3 m (12 in) away. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 69: Communications Connections

    RX\ TX\ (if termination resistors are required, link to pin 1) terminal, (the Drive Enable terminal is fixed in Minimum number of connections are 2, 3, 7 and shield. positive logic). All analog terminal functions can be programmed in menu 7. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 70 Sample / update period or Pr 06.036, otherwise 6 ms. Run forward Run reverse Analog input 1 select Analog input 1/ input 2 select Analog input 2 select Relay Drive OK (over-voltage category II) Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 71 Impedance 6.8 k Input threshold 10 V ±0.8 V from IEC 61131-2 2 ms when routed to destinations Sample / update period Pr 06.035 or Pr 06.036, otherwise 6 ms. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 72: Getting Started

    192.168 88.1* the power up parameter defined by Parameter Displayed At Power-Up MAC Address 01.02.03 04.05.06* (11.022). Version number 01.23.45 Figure 5-1 Unidrive M200 keypad detail *Alternate display Keypad operation 5.2.1 Control buttons The keypad consists of: • Up and down button - Used to navigate the parameter structure and change parameter values.
  • Page 73 The up and down buttons can only be used to move between menus if Pr 00.010 has been set to show 'ALL'. Refer to section 5.9 Parameter access level and security on page 76. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 74: Menu Structure

    NOTE For new parameter values to apply after the line power supply to the drive is interrupted, new values must be saved. Refer to section 5.7 Saving parameters on page 75. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 75: Advanced Menus

    +24 Vdc supply) a value of either in low voltage or high voltage mode. 1001 must be entered into Pr mm.000 to perform a save function. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 76: Restoring Parameter Defaults

    Pr mm.000 and select 'none' (alternatively enter a value of 0). Please note that this function can be affected by the access level enabled, refer to section 5.9 Parameter access level and security on page 76 for further information regarding access level. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 77: Displaying Destination Parameters Only

    115200 (10) the new baud rate. This parameter defines the Serial Address serial address and an 1 to 247 (11.023) addresses between 1 and 247 are permitted. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 78: Basic Parameters

    1 to 247 RW Num 00.045 Reset Serial Communications Off (0) or On (1) Off (0) ND NC 00.046 Brake Release Current Threshold 0 to 200 % 50 % RW Num Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 79 Binary parameter Filtered No default value Not copied Protected parameter Rating dependent User save Power-down save Destination * If this parameter is read via serial communications, it will show pole pairs. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 80 00.018 Reference 1 AV.Pr AI.Pr Pad.Ref Keypad reference E. Pot Input Read-write (RW) 00.XXX terminals parameter Read-only (RO) Output 00.XXX parameter terminals The parameters are all shown in their default settings Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 81 Voltage Boost Speed 00.032 Dynamic V/f Select Motor Rpm 05.004 Power stage Maximum Switching 00.037 Frequency 05.001 Output Frequency RFC-A Current Torque Magnitude Producing 04.002 04.001 Current Magnetising Current Resistor optional Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 82: Parameter Descriptions

    ** These functions do not require a drive reset to become active. All other functions require a drive reset to initiate the function. Equivalent values and strings are also provided in the table above. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 83: Running The Motor

    Table 7-2 Minimum control connection requirements for each mode of operation Operating mode Requirements Open loop mode Induction motor RFC – A mode Induction motor without speed (without speed feedback) feedback Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 84 U V W Thermal overload for braking resistor Fuses to protect against fire risk. This must be wired to interrupt the AC supply in the event of a fault. Induction motor L1 L2 Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 85 Thermal overload for braking resistor to protect against fire risk. This must be wired to interrupt the AC supply in the event of a fault. U V W Fuses Open loop RFC-A L1 L2 Sensorless Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 86 Thermal overload for braking resistor to protect against fire risk. This must be wired to interrupt the AC supply in the event of a fault. U V W Fuses Open loop L1 L2 RFC-A Sensorless Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 87: Quick Start Commissioning / Start-Up

    Remove the drive enable and run signal from the drive. Select 'Save' in Pr mm.000 (alternatively enter a value of 1000 in Pr mm.000) and press the red Save parameters reset button. Drive is now ready to run Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 88 Remove the drive enable and run signal from the drive. Save parameters Select 'Save' in Pr mm.000 (alternatively enter a value of 1000 in Pr mm.000) and press red reset button. The drive is now ready to run Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 89: Optimization

    It is important that this parameter is set up correctly. The drive can measure the motor rated power factor by performing a rotating autotune (see Autotune (Pr 00.038), below). Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 90 This mode is suitable for variable torque applications like fans and pumps where the load is proportional to the square of the speed of the motor shaft. This mode should not be used if a high starting torque is required. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 91 50 Hz motors with different numbers of poles are as follows: 2 pole = 3000 rpm, 4 pole = 1500 rpm, 6pole =1000 rpm, 8 pole = 750 rpm Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 92 The stator inductance can be measured by the drive by performing a rotating autotune (see Autotune (Pr 00.038), later in this table). Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 93 In some applications where it is necessary for the reference frame used by the drive to dynamically follow the flux very closely (i.e. high speed Sensorless RFC-A induction motor applications) the integral gain may need to have a significantly higher value. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 94 [00.065] The diagram shows the effect of incorrect P and I gain settings as well as the ideal response. Excessive integral gain [00.066] Ideal response Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 95: Maximum Motor Rated Current

    150 % for 120 s from cold. = Motor Rated Current (05.007) Rated If Motor Rated Current (05.007) ≤ Maximum Heavy Duty Current (11.032) Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 96: Switching Frequency

    Figure 8-3 Torque and rated voltage against speed Torque Speed Rated voltage Rated speed Speed Care must be taken to ensure the torque available above base speed is sufficient for the application to run satisfactorily. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 97: Nv Media Card

    It is possible for other data to be stored on the card, but this should not be stored in the <MCDF> folder and it will not be visible via the drive parameter interface. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 98 When a macro file is transferred to a drive the drive mode is not changed even if the actual mode is different to that in the file and defaults are not loaded before the parameters are copied from the file to the drive. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 99: Nv Media Card Parameters

    After an attempt to read, write or erase data from a NV Media Card a trip is initiated if there has been a problem with the command. See Chapter 12 Diagnostics on page 179 for more information on NV Media Card trips. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 100: Advanced Parameters

    Protected: cannot be used as a destination. User save: parameter saved in drive EEPROM when the user initiates a parameter save. Power-down save: parameter automatically saved in drive EEPROM when the under volts (UV) state occurs. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 101 06.015 06.038 Estimated frequency 03.002 03.003 03.004 External trip 10.032 Fan speed 06.045 Field weakening - induction 05.029 05.030 01.006 05.028 05.062 05.063 motor Filter change 06.019 06.018 06.021 06.022 06.023 Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 102 Sample rates 05.018 Security code 11.030 11.044 Serial comms 11.023 to 11.027 Skip speeds 01.029 01.030 01.031 01.032 01.033 01.034 01.035 Slip compensation 05.027 05.008 Status word 10.040 Supply 05.005 06.046 Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 103 Range applied to the AC voltage set-up parameters Units Range of [MIN] Range of [MAX] 0 to the value listed below VM_AC_VOLTAGE_SET[MAX] is drive voltage rating dependent. See Table 10-4 Definition VM_AC_VOLTAGE_SET[MIN] = 0 Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 104 VM_HIGH_DC_VOLTAGE[MAX] is the full scale d.c. link voltage feedback for the high d.c. link voltage measurement which can measure the voltage if it goes above the normal full scale value. This level is drive voltage rating dependent. Definition See Table 10-4 VM_HIGH_DC_VOLTAGE[MIN] = 0 Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 105 Limits applied to the positive frequency or speed reference clamp Units Range of [MIN] 0.00 Range of [MAX] 550.00 In all modes VM_POSITIVE_REF_CLAMP[MAX] is fixed at 550.00 Definition In all modes VM_POSITIVE_REF_CLAMP[MIN] is fixed at 0.0 Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 106 If the second motor map is selected (Pr 11.045 = 1) Pr 21.001 is used instead of Pr 01.006 and Pr 21.002 instead of Definition Pr 01.007. VM_SPEED_FREQ_REF[MIN] = -VM_SPEED_FREQ_REF[MAX]. VM_SPEED_FREQ_REF_UNIPOLAR Unipolar version of VM_SPEED_FREQ_REF Units Range of [MIN] 0.00 Range of [MAX] 0.00 to 550.00 VM_SPEED_FREQ_REF_UNIPOLAR[MAX] = VM_SPEED_FREQ_REF[MAX] Definition VM_SPEED_FREQ_REF_UNIPOLAR[MIN] = 0.00 Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 107 Range applied to torque reference and percentage load parameters with one decimal place Units Range of [MIN] -1000.0 to 0.0 Range of [MAX] 0.0 to 1000.0 VM_USER_CURRENT[MAX] = User Current Maximum Scaling (04.024) Definition VM_USER_CURRENT[MIN] = -VM_USER_CURRENT[MAX] Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 108 Table 10-4 Voltage ratings dependant values Voltage level Variable min/max 100 V 200 V 400 V 575 V 690 V VM_DC_VOLTAGE_SET(MAX] 1150 VM_DC_VOLTAGE(MAX] 1190 VM_AC_VOLTAGE_SET(MAX] VM_AC_VOLTAGE[MAX] VM_STD_UNDER_VOLTS[MIN] VM_SUPPLY_LOSS_LEVEL{MIN] VM_HIGH_DC_VOLTAGE 1500 1500 Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 109 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Basic Running the NV Media Advanced Optimization Technical data Diagnostics UL Listing information information installation installation started parameters motor Card parameters Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 110: Menu 1: Frequency Reference

    ** Contolled by drive configuration (Pr 11.034 01.051 01.017 Keypad Control Mode Reference Input Read-write (RW) mm.ppp terminals parameter Read-only (RO) Output mm.ppp parameter terminals The parameters are all shown in their default settings Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 111 Filter Reference [01.007] Pre-ramp 01.002 01.003 reference Menu 2 Reference 01.011 01.029 01.031 01.033 Skip Skip Skip Reference Reference Reference 01.030 01.032 01.034 Skip Skip Skip Reference Reference Reference Band Band Band Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 112 Off (0) or On (1) RW Read / Write Read only Num Number parameter Bit parameter Text string Binary parameter Filtered No default value Not copied Protected parameter Rating dependent User save Power-down save Destination Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 113 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Basic Running the NV Media Advanced Optimization Technical data Diagnostics UL Listing information information installation installation started parameters motor Card parameters Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 114: Menu 2: Ramps

    Forward Accel. Rate Accel. Rate Acceleration Ramp Control 02.003 Ramp Hold Ramp Mode Select 02.004 Pre-Ramp 01.003 Reference Standard Ramp Voltage 02.008 Deceleration Fail 02.009 Detection Disable Ramp Rate Units 02.039 Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 115 S-Ramp Enable 02.006 02.001 Maximum Rate Of Change 02.007 Of Acceleration 02.040 S-Ramp Percentage Motor And Load 03.018 Inertia S-Ramp Set-up Mode 02.041 02.038 d/dt Torque Per Amp 05.032 Inertia Compensation Torque Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 116 0.0 s²/100 Hz RW Read / Write Read only Num Number parameter Bit parameter Text string Binary parameter Filtered No default value Not copied Protected parameter Rating dependent User save Power-down save Destination Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 117: Menu 3: Frequency Control

    Absolute 03.007 At-Frequency Input Read-write (RW) At Frequency mm.ppp Select Above Set-Frequency terminals Upper Limit parameter Read-only (RO) Output mm.ppp parameter terminals The parameters are all shown in their default settings Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 118 Hard Frequency 03.022 Reference Hard Frequency 03.023 Reference Select Reference 01.011 Post-Ramp VM_SPEED_FREQ_REF[MAX] Final Demand Reference Reference 02.001 03.001 VM_SPEED_FREQ_REF[MIN] 02.005 Disable Ramp Output 03.079 d/dt 03.080 Sensorless Mode Filter Sensorless Position Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 119 Absolute At Frequency 03.007 Select At Frequency Above Set Frequency Upper Limit Input Read-write (RW) mm.ppp terminals parameter Read-only (RO) Output mm.ppp parameter terminals The parameters are all shown in their default settings Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 120 Maximum Output ??.??? PWM Output Scaling Frequency Any valid parameter Input Read-write (RW) mm.ppp terminals parameter Read-only (RO) Output mm.ppp parameter terminals The parameters are all shown in their default settings Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 121 0 to 65535 RW Read / Write Read only Num Number parameter Bit parameter Text string Binary parameter Filtered No default value Not copied Protected parameter Rating dependent User save Power-down save Destination Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 122: Menu 4: Torque And Current Control

    Motor Overload Alarm Load Reached Active Thermal Protection Accumulator Accumulator Input Read-write (RW) mm.ppp terminals parameter Read-only (RO) Output mm.ppp parameter terminals The parameters are all shown in their default settings Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 123 Rated Load Current Limit Braking Resistor Motor Motor Read-only (RO) Reached Active Thermal Protection Overload Output mm.ppp parameter Accumulator Accumulator Alarm terminals The parameters are all shown in their default settings Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 124 100 % RW Read / Write Read only Num Number parameter Bit parameter Text string Binary parameter Filtered No default value Not copied Protected parameter Rating dependent User save Power-down save Destination Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 125: Menu 5: Motor Control

    Producing Current 04.002 04.001 04.020 Percentage Load Input 04.017 Read-write (RW) mm.ppp terminals Magnetising parameter Current Read-only (RO) Output mm.ppp parameter terminals The parameters are all shown in their default settings Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 126 05.015 High Dynamic Performance Enable 05.026 Voltage Controller Gain 05.031 Input Read-write (RW) mm.ppp terminals parameter Read-only (RO) Output mm.ppp parameter terminals The parameters are all shown in their default settings Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 127 Frequency Change Disable Flux Controller 05.009 Motor Rated Voltage Output 05.002 Voltage RFC-A Output Power Flux Optimization 05.013 Select 05.003 Power Calculation (V x I) Current Magnitude 04.002 04.001 04.017 Magnetising Current Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 128 * If this parameter is read via serial communications, it will show pole pairs. RW Read / Write Read only Num Number parameter Bit parameter Text string Binary parameter Filtered No default value Not copied Protected parameter Rating dependent User save Power-down save Destination Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 129: Menu 6: Sequencer And Clock

    06.020 Date Format 06.025 Energy Meter Output 06.026 Output 05.003 Power Input Read-write (RW) mm.ppp terminals parameter Read-only (RO) Output mm.ppp parameter terminals The parameters are all shown in their default settings Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 130 Off (0) RW Read / Write Read only Num Number parameter Bit parameter Text string Binary parameter Filtered No default value Not copied Protected parameter Rating dependent User save Power-down save Destination Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 131: Menu 7: Analog I/O

    07.020 02.001 RFC-A> Post-ramp Analog ??.?? reference Output 1 Scaling Input Read-write (RW) mm.ppp terminals parameter Read-only (RO) mm.ppp Output parameter terminals The parameters are all shown in their default settings Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 132 0.000 to 30.999 RW Read / Write Read only Num Number parameter Bit parameter Text string Binary parameter Filtered No default value Not copied Protected parameter Rating dependent User save Power-down save Destination Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 133 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Basic Running the NV Media Advanced Optimization Technical data Diagnostics UL Listing information information installation installation started parameters motor Card parameters Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 134: Menu 8: Digital I/O

    T11 Digital input 2 bit parameter ??.??? User 06.038 enable x(-1) ??.??? Input Read-write (RW) mm.ppp terminals parameter Read-only (RO) mm.ppp Output parameter terminals The parameters are all shown in their default settings Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 135 Input 5 Select Input 5 Invert 08.035 08.005 08.015 Any unprotected T14 Digital Input 5 bit parameter Reference ??.??? Select Flag 1 01.041 x(-1) ??.??? 1 to 3 Thermistor mode Frequency input Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 136 Read-write (RW) mm.ppp terminals parameter Read-only (RO) Output mm.ppp parameter terminals The parameters are all shown in their default settings * The auxiliary button will be available with the future remote keypad. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 137 0.000 RW Read / Write Read only Num Number parameter Bit parameter Text string Binary parameter Filtered No default value Not copied Protected parameter Rating dependent User save Power-down save Destination Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 138: Menu 9: Programmable Logic, Motorized Pot, Binary Sum And Timers

    2 Delay ??.??? ??.??? x(-1) 09.016 Logic Function 2 Source 2 Input Read-write (RW) mm.ppp terminals parameter Read-only (RO) Output mm.ppp parameter terminals The parameters are all shown in their default settings Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 139 Function disabled if set to a non valid destination 09.031 Binary Sum Fours Input Read-write (RW) mm.ppp terminals parameter Read-only (RO) Output mm.ppp parameter terminals The parameters are all shown in their default settings Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 140 Timer 2 Repeat 09.049 to a non valid destination Function Input Read-write (RW) mm.ppp terminals parameter mm.ppp Read-only (RO) Output parameter terminals The parameters are all shown in their default settings Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 141 Binary parameter Filtered No default value Not copied Protected parameter Rating dependent User save Power-down save Destination IP address Mac address Date Date parameter Time Time parameter Slot,menu,parameter Character parameter Version number Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 142: Menu 10: Status And Trips

    0.00 to 10000.00 0.00 10.064 Remote Keypad Battery Low Off (0) or On (1) 10.065 Autotune Active Off (0) or On (1) 10.066 Limit Switch Active Off (0) or On (1) Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 143 Binary parameter Filtered No default value Not copied Protected parameter Rating dependent User save Power-down save Destination IP address Mac address Date Date parameter Time Time parameter Slot,menu,parameter Character parameter Version number Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 144: Menu 11: General Drive Set-Up

    Binary parameter Filtered No default value Not copied Protected parameter Rating dependent User save Power-down save Destination IP address Mac address Date Date parameter Time Time parameter Slot,menu,parameter Character parameter Version number Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 145: Menu 12: Threshold Detectors, Variable Selectors And Brake Control Function

    Detector 2 Source Hysteresis Invert Input Read-write (RW) Hysteresis mm.ppp terminals parameter Threshold level Read-only (RO) Output mm.ppp parameter terminals Threshold The parameters are all shown in their default settings output Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 146 Source 2 Scaling 12.034 ??.??? Input Read-write (RW) Variable Selector 2 mm.ppp 12.029 terminals parameter Source 2 Read-only (RO) mm.ppp Output parameter terminals The parameters are all shown in their default settings Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 147 Reference On BC Brake Apply Through Zero Threshold ( 12.051 Input Read-write (RW) mm.ppp terminals parameter Read-only (RO) Output mm.ppp parameter terminals The parameters are all shown in their default settings Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 148 5. Wait for zero frequency 01.011 Reference On 6. 1s delay as phase 2 of stopping sequence (Pr 06.001 =1,2 or 3) 12.040 Brake Control: Brake Release 02.003 Ramp Hold Pr 12.046 Pr 12.047 Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 149 0.00 Hz RW Read / Write Read only Num Number parameter Bit parameter Text string Binary parameter Filtered No default value Not copied Protected parameter Rating dependent User save Power-down save Destination Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 150: Menu 14: User Pid Controller

    14.008 Logic 1 Any bit parameter Logic 1 ??.??? Any bit parameter ??.??? ??.??? Source ??.??? 14.009 not used PID1 Enable Source 1 Source 14.027 not used PID1 Enable Source 2 Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 151 PID1 Integral Gain 14.001 14.015 14.012 ??.??? PID1 Derivative Gain Input Read-write (RW) mm.ppp terminals parameter Read-only (RO) Output mm.ppp parameter terminals The parameters are all shown in their default settings Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 152 0.000 RW Read / Write Read only Num Number parameter Bit parameter Text string Binary parameter Filtered No default value Not copied Protected parameter Rating dependent User save Power-down save Destination Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 153: Menu 15: Option Module Set-Up

    The option module ID indicates the type of module that is installed in the corresponding slot. See the relevant option module user guide for more information regarding the module. Option module ID Module Category No module installed SI-I/O Automation (I/O Expansion) SI-PROFIBUS Fieldbus SI-DeviceNet Fieldbus SI-CANopen Fieldbus Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 154: Menu 18: Application Menu 1

    Application Menu 1 Read-write bit 50 RW Read / Write Read only Num Number parameter Bit parameter Text string Binary parameter Filtered No default value Not copied Protected parameter Rating dependent User save Power-down save Destination Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 155: Menu 20: Application Menu 2

    Application Menu 2 Read-write Long Integer 30 RW Read / Write Read only Num Number parameter Bit parameter Text string Binary parameter Filtered No default value Not copied Protected parameter Rating dependent User save Power-down save Destination Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 156: Menu 21: Second Motor Parameters

    * When read via serial communications, this parameter will show pole pairs. RW Read / Write Read only Num Number parameter Bit parameter Text string Binary parameter Filtered No default value Not copied Protected parameter Rating dependent User save Power-down save Destination Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 157: Menu 22: Additional Menu 0 Set-Up

    Parameter 00.054 Set-up 0.000 to 30.999 12.051 22.055 Parameter 00.055 Set-up 0.000 to 30.999 12.041 22.056 Parameter 00.056 Set-up 0.000 to 30.999 0.000 22.057 Parameter 00.057 Set-up 0.000 to 30.999 0.000 Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 158 11.044 RW Read / Write Read only Num Number parameter Bit parameter Text string Binary parameter Filtered No default value Not copied Protected parameter Rating dependent User save Power-down save Destination Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 159: Technical Data

    0.37 02200033 0.55 0.75 02200042 0.75 02200056 02200075 03200100 04200133 13.3 04200176 17.6 400 V 02400013 0.37 02400018 0.55 0.75 02400023 0.75 02400032 02400041 03400056 03400073 03400094 04400135 13.5 04400170 10.0 Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 160 400 V 05400270 17.1 15.6 14.4 12.6 11.4 17.3 15.7 14.6 12.7 11.3 05400300 19.8 19.5 18.9 17.7 16.4 11.8 19.8 19.5 18.9 17.7 16.2 13.8 11.7 575 V 05500030 05500040 05500069 Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 161 02100056 200 V 01200017* 01200024* 01200033* 01200042* 02200024 02200033 02200042 02200056 02200075 03200100 04200133 04200176 400 V 02400013 02400018 02400023 02400032 02400041 03400056 03400073 03400094 04400135 04400170 * CI-Keypad not installed. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 162 21.6 19.0 14.0 11.5 06500290 34.0 28.2 23.5 18.0 15.0 29.0 27.3 22.0 19.0 14.0 11.6 06500350 43.0 41.7 36.1 28.0 23.7 18.0 15.0 35.0 31.2 27.3 21.8 19.0 14.0 11.6 Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 163 01200042 0.75 02200024 0.37 02200033 0.55 0.75 02200042 0.75 02200056 02200075 03200100 04200133 04200176 400 V 02400013 0.37 02400018 0.55 0.75 02400023 0.75 02400032 02400041 03400056 03400073 03400094 04400135 04400170 10.0 Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 164 0.667, 1 0.667, 1 and 2 kHz and 2 kHz 200 V 05200250 400 V 05400270 05400300 575 V 05500030 05500040 05500069 Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 165 01200042 0.75 02200024 0.37 02200033 0.55 0.75 02200042 0.75 02200056 02200075 03200100 04200133 04200176 400 V 02400013 0.37 02400018 0.55 0.75 02400023 0.75 02400032 02400041 03400056 03400073 03400094 04400135 04400170 10.0 Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 166 06400350 06400420 06400470 575 V 05500030 05500040 05500069 06500100 06500150 06500190 06500230 06500290 06500350 Table 11-11 Power losses from the front of the drive when through-panel mounted Frame size Power loss Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 167 575 V drive: 575 V contact to foreign bodies and water. It is stated as IP XX, where the two digits (XX) indicate the degree of protection provided as shown in Table 11-12. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 168 Duration: 30 minutes in each of 3 mutually perpendicular axes. Table 11-14 gives the sound pressure level at 1 m produced by the drive for the heatsink fan running at the maximum and minimum speeds. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 169 The values of maximum input current are stated for a supply with a 2 % negative phase-sequence imbalance and rated at the maximum supply fault current given in Table 11-17. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 170 10.4/5.4 10.4/7.5 or J 02200056 14.9/7.4 14.9/11.3 02200075 18.1/9.1 18.1/13.5 03200100 23.9/12.8 23.9/17.7 30/25 or J 04200133 23.7/13.5 23.7/16.9 04200176 17.0 21.3 or J 05200250 or J 06200330 06200440 or J Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 171 CAUTION Table 11-22 Cable ratings (100 V) Cable size (IEC 60364-5-52) Cable size (UL508C) Model Input Output Input Output Nominal Maximum Nominal Maximum Nominal Maximum Nominal Maximum 01100017 01100024 02100042 02100056 Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 172 Cable size (IEC 60364-5-52) Cable size (UL508C) Model Input Output Input Output Nominal Maximum Nominal Maximum Nominal Maximum Nominal Maximum 05500030 0.75 0.75 05500040 05500069 06500100 06500150 06500190 06500230 06500290 06500350 Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 173 (245 ft) (165 ft) (120 ft) 06200330 300 m 200 m 150 m 100 m 75 m 50 m (330 ft) (245 ft) (165 ft) (984 ft) (660 ft) (490 ft) 06200440 Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 174 The maximum cable length is reduced from that shown in Table 11-27, Table 11-28, Table 11-29 and Table 11-30 if high capacitance motor cables are used. For further information, refer to section 4.5.2 High-capacitance / reduced diameter cables on page 58. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 175 Model resistance* power rating power rating 02400013 02400018 02400023 02400032 02400041 03400056 03400073 03400094 04400135 12.2 04400170 05400270 31.5 21.5 16.2 05400300 37.5 19.6 06400350 21.6 06400420 39.8 06400470 32.7 Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 176 3:2004 (immunity requirements) second environments See section Surge immunity of control circuits - long cables and connections outside a building on page 68 for control ports for possible Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 177: Optional External Emc Filters

    Restricted distribution is defined as a mode of sales distribution in which the manufacturer restricts the supply of equipment to suppliers, customers or users who separately or jointly have technical competence in the EMC requirements of the application of drives. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 178 Table 11-44 Optional external EMC Filter terminal data Power connections Ground connections CT part Max cable size Max torque Max torque number Ground stud size Ib ft Ib ft 4200-2300 4200-4800 1.70 4200-3690 Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 179: Diagnostics

    Pr 10.020 providing a trip number. It must be noted that the hardware trips (HF01 to HF19) do not have trip numbers. The trip number must be checked in Table 12-3 to identify the specific trip. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 180: Trips, Sub-Trip Numbers

    Two or more files in the <MCDF\> folder have the same file identification number Recommended actions: • Erase all the data block and re-attempt the process • Ensure the card is located correctly • Replace the NV Media Card Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 181 Recommended actions: • Check control wiring is correct • Check control wiring is undamaged • Check the Analog Input 1 Mode (07.007) • Current signal is present and greater than 3 mA Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 182 Recommended actions: • Ensure the drive is not enabled when defaults are being loaded dEr.E Derivative file error Derivative file error with sub-trips: Sub-trip Reason Derivative file different Derivative file missing Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 183 Set Pr mm.000 to ‘Destinations’ or 12001 and check all visible parameters in all menus for parameter write conflicts dr.CF Drive configuration The hardware ID does not match the user software ID. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 184 Firmware Incompatibility The FI.In trip indicates that the user firmware is incompatible with the power firmware. Recommended actions: Re-program the drive with the latest version of the drive firmware for Unidrive M200. HF01 Data processing error: CPU hardware fault The HF01 trip indicates that a CPU address error has occurred. This trip indicates that the control PCB on the drive has failed.
  • Page 185 The HF16 trip indicates that a RTOS error has occurred. This trip indicates that the control PCB on the drive has failed. Recommended actions: • Hardware fault – Contact the supplier of the drive HF17 Reserved Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 186 Hardware fault - contact the supplier of the drive. no.PS No power board No communication between the power and control boards. Recommended actions: • Check connection between power and control board. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 187 Control stage over-temperature This trip indicates that a control stage over-temperature has been detected if Cooling Fan control (06.045) = 0. Recommended actions: Increase ventilation by setting Cooling Fan control (06.045) > 0. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 188 Check enclosure door filters • Increase ventilation • Increase acceleration / deceleration rates • Reduce duty cycle • Reduce motor load OI.A1 Analog input 1 over-current Current input on analog input 1 exceeds 24mA. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 189 Check for short circuit on the output cabling • Check integrity of the motor insulation using an insulation tester • Is the motor cable length within limits for the frame size? Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 190 Decrease the braking resistor value (staying above the minimum value) • Check nominal AC supply level • Check for supply disturbances which could cause the DC bus to rise • Check motor insulation using a insulation tester Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 191 The Pd.S trip indicates that an error has been detected in the power down save parameters saved in non-volatile memory. Recommended actions: • Perform a 1001 save in Pr mm.000 to ensure that the trip doesn’t occur the next time the drive is powered up. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 192 8 bit User save 16 bit Power-down save 32 bit 64 bit Sub-array Menus Value Derivative image Option slot 1 set-up r.b.ht Hot rectifier/brake Over-temperature detected on input rectifier or braking IGBT. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 193 Turn off the power, ensure the correct option module is installed in the option slot and re-apply the power. • Confirm that the currently installed option module is correct, ensure option module parameters are set correctly and perform a user save in Pr mm.000. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 194 The th trip indicates that the motor thermistor connected to terminal 14 (digital input 5) on the control connections has indicated a motor over temperature. Recommended actions: • Check motor temperature • Check thermistor continuity Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 195 A US.24 trip is initiated if the User Supply Select (06.072), is set to 1 and no user 24 V supply is present on the user 24 V input on the AI-Backup adaptor. Recommended actions: • Ensure the user 24 V supply is present on the user terminals on the adaptor interface. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 196 The trips can be grouped into the following categories. It should be noted that a trip can only occur when the drive is not tripped or is already tripped but with a trip with a lower priority number. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 197: Internal / Hardware Trips

    Limit switch active. Indicates that a limit switch is active and that is causing the motor to be stopped. Opt.AI Option slot alarm. Lo.AC Low voltage mode. See Low AC Alarm (10.107). I.AC.Lt Current limit active. See Current Limit Active (10.009). Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 198: Status Indications

    07.002 Analog input 2 07.037 Temperature nearest to trip level If the parameters are not required to be frozen then this can be disabled by setting bit 4 of Pr 10.037. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 199: Ul Listing

    The drive is installed with solid state motor overspeed protection. accordance with the NEC clause 430.32. However, this feature does not provide the level of protection provided by an independent, high-integrity overspeed protection device. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 200 NEC Table: 430.52. Other installations The motor drives described in this user guide are not UL listed for group installation. Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 201 Isolator switch ................. 68 Destination parameter .............69 Items supplied with the drive ..........18 Diagnostics ................179 Dimensions (overall) ..............169 Display ..................72 Keypad ................... 72 Display messages ..............75 Line reactors ..............49 Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 202 Thermal protection circuit for the braking resistor ....60 Options ..................17 Torque settings .............. 42 Output contactor ..............59 Trip ..................179 Output frequency ..............168 Trip History ................198 Trip Indications ..............179 User Security ................76 Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
  • Page 203 Ventilation ................ 32 Vibration ................168 Voltage mode ..............90 Warnings ...................7 Weights .................169 Unidrive M200 / M201 User Guide Issue Number: 4...
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