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GE Consumer & Industrial
AF-300 P11
User's Guide

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    GE Consumer & Industrial AF-300 P11 User’s Guide...

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    These instructions do not purport to cover all details or variations in equipment, nor to provide every possible contingency to be met during installation, operation, and maintenance. If further information is desired, or if particular problems arise that are not covered sufficiently for the purchaser’s purpose, the matter should be referred to GE Drives, Plainville, CT USA.

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    To minimize hazard of electrical shock or burn, approved grounding practices and procedures must be strictly followed. WARNING: To prevent personal injury or equipment damage caused by equipment malfunction, only adequately trained person- nel should modify any programmable machine. Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Entering Data on the Keypad Panel ....4-4 In-Warranty Failure Checklist ....... 9-2 Operation Mode ..........4-4 Setting Digital Frequency ....... 4-4 Switching to LED Digital Monitor ....4-5 Program Menu Screen ........4-5 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

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    Command and Monitor Data Registers ..... 12-2 Data Format Specification ......... 12-4 Communication Errors ........12-8 13. Options 13-1 Built-in Options ..........13-1 14. Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) 14-1 General............... 14-1 Recommended Installation Instructions .... 14-1 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 6: Safety Instructions

    • Do not install or operate a damaged drive or a drive with missing parts, as electric shock or injury may occur. Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

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    • Since the drive can reach high speed operation easily, carefully check the performance of motor or machine before changing any speed settings. Injury may result. • Do not use the drive braking function for mechanical holding. Injury may result. Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

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    Connector must be fixed using the crimp tool specified by the connector manufacturer. • Solid state motor overload protection is provided in each model. Other Instructions WARNING • Never modify the product. Electric shock or injury may result. Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

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    For clarity, some figures in this manual may show the drive with covers and safety screens removed for explanation purposes. Do not operate the device until all such covers and screens have been replaced. Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 10: Model Numbering System Diagram

    8 = IP00 with NEMA 12 heatsink 9 = IP00 Product Revision A = 1st Revision B = 2nd Revision Minor Product Revision 1 = 1st Minor Revision 2 = 2nd Minor Revision Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

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    ## Indicates product revision. Note: Hp rating is shown for 230V and 460V nominal systems. When applying at lower voltage, select the drive by rated current and not Hp rating. viii Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

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    ## Indicates product revision. Note: Hp rating is shown for 230V and 460V nominal systems. When applying at lower voltage, select the drive by rated current and not Hp rating. Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

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    ## Indicates product revision. Note: Hp rating is shown for 230V and 460V nominal systems. When applying at lower voltage, select the drive by rated current and not Hp rating. Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 14: Before Using This Product

    Mounting screws of surface cover Lifting Holes (4 holes total) Keypad Panel Intermediate cover Surface cover Ratings nameplate Keypad Panel 30 HP or less Ratings Surface Cover 40 HP or more Nameplate Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 15: Handling The Product

    For drives 40HP or more, loosen the keypad panel mounting screws and remove, using the finger holds on the keypad panel case. Keypad panel case Fig.1-3-4 Removing the Keypad Panel (for drives 40HP or more) Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 16: Carrying

    4. Electrolytic capacitors will deteriorate if not provided with power for an extended period of time. Do not store electrolytic capacitors for one year or longer without providing power. Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 17: Ratings Efficiency And Watts Loss

    4900 98.2 97.9 4350 5100 98.1 97.8 5100 5900 98.1 97.8 5700 6650 98.2 97.9 6900 8050 98.1 97.8 8050 9350 98.2 97.9 8900 10400 98.1 97.8 10300 12100 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 18: Installation Environment And Connection

    Fig. 2-2-1 30 HP or less: Gap X can be 1. Securely fasten the product in an upright position on 0. (side-by-side installation) 40HP or more: Gap X >= 2.0” (50mm) a solid structure with the tag AF-300 P11 facing the AF-300 P11 Drive Left Right front.

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    Remove the main cover and then remove ventilating covers by popping out the cover inserts as shown in Fig. 2-2-4. Fig. 2-2-4 Removing the ventilating cover Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 20: Connection

    Always connect a ground wire. Electric shock or fire may result. Ensure that a trained specialist performs all wiring. Confirm that the power is turned off (open) before beginning any wiring operations. Electrical shock may result. Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

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    (*9) If using V2 or C1, as a reference signal, they must be used exclusively. (*10) It is possible to input voltage signals (0 to +10 VDC or 0 to +5 VDC) to terminals [12] [11] instead of the potentiometer . Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

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    Basic Connection Diagram to PLC (Sink Logic) 20 Hp and above Up to 15 Hp See page 2-4 for notes Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

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    (*9) If using V2 or C1, as a reference signal, they must be used exclusively. (*10) It is possible to input voltage signals (0 to +10 VDC or 0 to +5 VDC) to terminals [12] [11] instead of the potentiometer . Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

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    Basic Connection Diagram to PLC (Source logic, Typically used in Europe) 20 Hp and above Up to 15 Hp See page 2-6 for notes Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 25: Connecting The Main Circuit And Ground Terminals

    (particularly in the 460V series), even when the cable length is 165 feet (50m) or less. T o correct, insert a filter or reduce the carrier frequency. (Use function code “F26 Motor sound”.) Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

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    P(+) and DB on the drive. 2. The wiring length (twisted pair cables, etc.) should not exceed 16.5 feet (5m). Fig. 2-3-4 Connection (15 Hp or less) Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

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    Note: To remove a connector, unlock the connector (using the locking mechanism) and pull. To install, firmly push the connector until it clicks into place. CN UX (red) Fig. 2-3-6 CN UX 2-10 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 28: Connecting The Control Terminals

    * Use only one terminal - V2 or C1 Exclusively * Input resistance: 250 Ohms * PTC switch is off when PTC function is not used Analog input common Common terminal for analog input signals 2-11 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

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    Pulse output Frequency monitor Outputs a monitor signal using the pulse waveform. (CM: common (pulse waveform output) This signal has the same function as the FMA signal. terminal) 2-12 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

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    To prevent malfunction, connect a ferrite core or capacitor to the external analog signal output device. Fig. 2-3-10 Example of Noise Prevention 2-13 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

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    Directive in Europe also restricts the exposure to high voltage. Electric shock may result CAUTION The inverter, motor, and cables generate noise. Check that the ambient sensors and devices do not malfunction. Accident may result. 2-14 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 32: Terminal Configuration

    R0 T0 P(+) N(-) L1/R L2/S L3/T L1/R L2/S L3/T DB P(+) N(–) Screw size M8 Screw size RO,TO = M4 G = M10 Other terminals = M12 2-15 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

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    (*1)Class J Fuse or Circuit Breaker reted 600V with the maximum current rating as shown in the above table shall be connected to the drive for 30HP and less. (*2)Based on GE Fuji standard DB unit and DB resistor designs. Other rating require careful review.

  • Page 34: Dc Link Reactor

    10.35 Note: • AF-300 P11 Drives rated 100 Hp and above are furnished with a DC link reactor. This reactor must be installed between terminal P1 and P+ prior to commissioning of the Drive. • The weight of the DC Link Reactor is not included with that of the Drive.

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    Notes 2-18 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 36: Operation

    25 VDC for low voltage at the DC (P-N) terminals. Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

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    Notes Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 38: Keypad Panel

    Switches operation mode (from keypad panel operation mode to terminal block operation mode or reverse). When these keys STOP RESET are operated, function F02 data is switched from 0 to 3 or from 1-4 to 0. The selected mode is displayed on the LCD indicator. Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 39: Operation From The Keypad Panel

    RESET Alarm mode processing (including FUNC Alarm FUNC Alarm Alarm Alarm DATA D ATA Supplementary Program Menu Alarm mode Screen Screen for each Function RESET FUNC RESET D ATA Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

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    The function screen selected on the program menu appears, hence completing the function. Function Supplementary Functions not completed (e.g., modifying function data, displaying alarm factors) onScreen individual function screens are displayed on the supplementary screen. Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 41: Entering Data On The Keypad Panel

    DATA 2) Non-digital setting 60.00 60.00 Frequency setting value <REMOTE REF> Screen explanation 12+V1 Present frequency setting mode PRG MENU DATA SET Operations guide LED SHIFT Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 42: Switching To Led Digital Monitor

    F01 FREQ COM 1 3. OPR MNTR F02 OPR METHOD PRG MENU 4. I/O CHECK F03 MAX Hz-1 0-11 LED SHIFT Function Code Function Name Data Data Setting Range Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

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    Stop inverter operation cannot be changed during inverter operation. FWD/REV ON An attempt was made to change a function that Turn FWD/REV command off cannot be changed with the FWD/REV command Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 44: Checking Function Data

    Line speed (m/min) VL: Voltage limiting LU: Under voltage TL: Torque limiting 60.00 PID setting value SV=xxxxx PID feedback value PV=xxxxx TLD=xxx% Driving torque limiting setting Braking torque limiting setting TLB=xxx% Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 45: I/o Check

    PG/SY option input status 60.00 Master-side A/B phase 4x frequency P1=±xxxx0p/s Master-side Z phase 4x frequency Z1=xxxp/s Slave-side A/B phase 4x frequency P2=±xxxxxOp/s Slave-side Z phase 4x frequency Z2=xxxp/s Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 46: Maintenance Information

    (40 HP or more: Hxxxxx NRR=xxxxx KEYPAD= Kxxxxx No. of communication 30 HP or less Sxxxxx) NRO=xxxxx OPTION=Pxxxxx errors: RS-485 ROM version: keypad panel No. of communication ROM version: option errors: option Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 47: Load Rate Measurement

    Iave=0.00A 600s intervals.) BPave=0.0% measurement. BPave=0.0% 60.00 T=3600s Display returns to initial value Imax=56.4A Maximum current Iave=23.5A Average current BPave=10.4% Average braking power (Motor rated output/100% 4-10 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 48: Alarm Information

    Multiple alarms 5=xxx previous one, only the number og (Simultaneously 4=xxx occurences is incremented. occuring alarms) 3=xxx 2=xxx Alarm code Up to four alarm codes can be dosplayed simultaneously. 4-11 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 49: Alarm History And Factors

    FUNC DATA -1=xxx xxx xxxxxxxxxxxxx alarm occured -2=xxx xxx xxxxxxxxxxxxx Alarm occurence factor -3=xxx xxx xxxxxxxxxxxxx of the selected alarm xxxxxxxxxxxxx 4-12 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 50: Data Copy

    Data of drive type read FUNC READ by keypad panel DATA COMPLETE Read complete <DATA COPY> <DATA COPY> 30 HP-2 30 HP-2 WRITE WRITE Remove keypad pananel COMPLETE Writing Write complete 4-13 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

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    Mode (data check) VERIFY <DATA COPY> FUNC DATA 50HP-2 WRITE <DATA COPY> ERR-F25 30 HP-2 VERIFY Data check in progress <DATA COPY> 30 HP-2 VERIFY COMPLETE Data check complete 4-14 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 52: Alarm Mode

    Latest alarm (only one alarm occurred/alarm released) Blank Previous alarm history Blank Alarm history before previous alarm Blank Alarm history two times before previous alarm Alarm code: See Table 6-1-1 4-15 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

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    Notes: 4-16 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 54: Function Selection

    5. Function Selection 5.1 Function Selection List F: Fundamental Functions Unit Factory Setting Data Change Func. Min. Name LCD Display Setting Range Formst during op 30 HP 40 HP DATA PRTC Data protection 0, 1 Frequency command 1 FREQ CMD 1 0 to 11 Operation method OPR METHOD...

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    E: Terminal Extensions Functions Factory Setting Data Change Func. Name Setting Range Unit Format During op LCD Display Min. 30 HP 40 HP X1 terminal function X1 FUNC 0 to 32 X2 terminal function X2 FUNC X3 terminal function X3 FUNC X4 terminal function X4 FUNC 5-18/21...

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    Factory Setting Data Change Func. Name Setting Range Unit 30 HP 40 HP Format during op LCD Display Min. JOG frequency JOG Hz 0.00 to 120.00 Hz 0.01 5.00 5-29 PATTERN (mode select) PATTERN 0,1,2 operation (Stage 1) STAGE 1 Operation time: 0.00 to 6000 s 0.01 0.00 F1...

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    A: Alternative Motor Parameters Func. Factory Setting Data Change Name Setting Range Unit Format During op LCD Display Min. 30 HP 40 HP Maximum frequency 2 MAX Hz-2 50 to 120 Hz Base frequency 2 BASE Hz-2 25 to 120 Hz Rated voltage 2 RATED V-2 230V class: 230...

  • Page 58: Alphabetical Function List

    5.2 Alphabetical Function List PG. NAME LCD Display PG. NAME LCD Display 5-16 30RY operation mode 30RY MODE 5-26 LED Monitor (Display @ STOP LED MNTR2 mode) 5-10 Acceleration time 1 ACC TIME1 5-10 Maximum frequency 1 MAX Hz-1 5-22 Acceleration time 2 ACC TIME2 5-44 Maximum frequency 2 MAX Hz-2...

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    5.2 Alphabetical Function List (continued) PG. NAME LCD Display 5-32 Number of motor 1 poles M1 POLES 5-44 Number of motor 2 poles M2 POLES 5-30 Offset adjust (terminal [12]) BIAS 12 5-30 Offset adjust (terminal [C1]) GAIN 12 5-25 OL function (Mode select) OL1 WARNING 5-25 OL function siganl (Timer) OL1 TIMER...

  • Page 60: Function Explanation

    8: UP/DOWN control 1 (initial freq. = 0 Hz 9: UP/DOWN control 2 (initial freq. = last value) Note: GE start software prevents drive from restarting when power is applied. Related functions E01 to E09 (Set values 17, 18) This function can only be changed when terminals 10.

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    GE Start Software Selection During Terminal Operation Active: Setting 3 or 4 Inactive: Setting 1 or 2 POWER ON POWER POWER OUTPUT OUTPUT ALARM ALARM RESET RESET RESET OUTPUT OUTPUT ALARM ALARM Multi Alarms* NETWORK NETWORK NETWORK MODE (LE-CM) (LE-CM)

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    Frequency Setting Block Diagram...

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    F03 Maximum output frequency 1 FO7 Acceleration time 1 F08 Deceleration time 1 F 0 3 M A X H z – 1 Setting range 50 to 120 Hz F 0 7 A C C T I M E 1 F 0 8 D E C T I M E 1...

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    F09 Torque Boost 1 F 1 0 E L C T R N O L 1 F 0 9 T R Q B O O S T 1 Setting range 0: Inactive 1: Active (for general-purpose motor) This is a Motor 1 function. The following can be se- 2: Active (for forced air motor) lected: This function specifies whether to operate the electronic...

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    F14 Restart after momentary power failure (operation selection) F 1 4 R E S T A R T The function for detecting power failure and activating protective operation (i.e., alarm output, alarm display, drive Setting range: 0 to 5 output cutoff) for undervoltage can be selected. The The following table lists the function details.

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    5-13...

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    F15 Frequency limiter (High) F18 Bias frequency F16 Frequency limiter (Low) F 1 8 F R E Q B I A S F 1 5 L I M I T E R Setting range: -120.0 to 120.0 Hz F 1 6 L I M I T E R This function adds a bias frequency to the set frequency Setting range 0 to 120 Hz...

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    F23 Starting frequency (frequency) 1. Reducing the set value adversely affects the output current waveform (i.e., higher harmonics), increases F24 Start frequency (Holding time) motor loss, and raises motor temperature. For example, at 0.75 kHz, reduce the motor torque by F25 Stop frequency about 15%.

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    F33 FMP terminal (pulse rate) F36 30Ry operation mode F34 FMP terminal (voltage adjustment) F 3 6 3 0 R Y M O D E F35 FMP terminal (function selection) This function specifies whether to activate (excite) the alarm output relay (30Ry) for any fault at normal or alarm Monitor data (e.g., output frequency, output current) can status.

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    2. The function data (rated current P03, no-load current P06,, %R1 P07, and %X P08) for Motor 1 must be correct. If a standard 3-phase GE motor is used, setting the capacity (Function P02) ensures entry of the above data. An auto-tuning operation should be performed for other motors.

  • Page 71: E: Extensions Terminal Functions

    E: Extension Terminal Functions E01 Terminal X1 Multi-step frequency selection Value 0,1, 2, 3: The frequency can be switched to a E09 Terminal X9 preset frequency in function codes C05 to C19 by switching the external digital input signal. Assign values E 0 1 F U N C 0 to 3 to the target digital input terminal.

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    Self-hold selection (HLD) operation is performed with the jogging frequency set in function code C20 while the operation command (FWD- Value 6: This selection is used for 3-wire operation. The CM or REV-CM) is on. To use this JOG terminal function, FWD or REV signal is self-held when HLD-CM is on, and assign 10 to the target digital input terminal.

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    Torque limit 2/torque limit 1 Value 14: Frequency setting 2/frequency setting 1. This function switches the torque limit value set with function codes F40, F41, E16, and E17, using an external digital input signal. Input Signal Selected Torque Limit Value F40 DRV TRQ1 Related Functions F41 BRK TRQ1...

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    Timed alarm stop command (STOP1) Function Input Signal Timed alarm stop command with deceleration No momentary power failure detection by time 4 (STOP2) digital input Value 30, 31: Disconnecting STOP1 and CM during Momentary power failure detection by operation, the drive decelerates and stops by a present digital input deceleration time (STOP1)/deceleration time 4 (STOP2) setting and then outputs alarm Er6 which is latched...

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    E10 Acceleration time 2 E20 Terminal Y1 (function selection) E11 Deceleration time 2 E24 Terminals Y5A and Y5C (funtion selection) E12 Acceleration time 3 E 2 0 F U N C E13 Deceleration time 3 E 2 1 F U N C E14 Acceleration time 4 E 2 2 F U N C...

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    Drive running (RUN) For setting procedure, see E33 Overload early warning (operation selection) and E34 Overload early warning Value 0: The RUN signal is output when there is output (operation level). speed (drive is outputting a frequency). When the DC Note: This function is only effective for Motor 1.

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    Pattern operation cycle operation completed Universal DO(U-DO) (TO) Value 27: Assigning a value of 27 to a transistor output terminal renders the terminal a universal DO terminal. Value 17: After the seven stages of a pattern operation have been completed, this function outputs a one-shot, This function enables ON/OFF through the RS485 and 100 ms ON signal to report the completion of all stages.

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    E33 Overload early warning (operation) When the set value is 1, contacts Y5A and Y5C are connected when the drive control voltage is established (about one second after power on). E 3 3 L E V E L Setting range: 0: Electronic thermal O/L relay E30 Frequency arrival (detection width) Select one of the following two types of overload early E 3 0...

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    E40 Display coefficient A Display during running and stopping During running, the items selected in E43 LED monitor E41 Display coefficient B (display selection) are displayed. In E44 LED monitor (display at stopping), specify whether to display selected E 4 0 C O E F items or the same items as during running.

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    E45 LCD monitor (display selection) E46 LCD monitor (language) E 4 5 L C D M N T R E 4 6 L A N G U A G E This function selects the items to be displayed on the This function selects the language for data display on the LCD monitor in operation mode.

  • Page 81: C: Control Functions Of Frequency

    C: Control Functions of Frequency C01 Jump frequency 1 C05-C19 Multi-step frequency 1 to 15 C02 Jump frequency 2 C 0 5 M U L T I H z – 1 C03 Jump frequency 3 C 0 6 M U L T I H z –...

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    C20 Jog frequency C22-C28 Pattern operation (stage 1 to 7) C 2 0 J O G C 2 2 S T A G E C 2 3 S T A G E Setting range: 0.00 to 120.00 Hz C 2 4 S T A G E C 2 5 S T A G E...

  • Page 83

    Pattern operation example Notes: Function Value / Operation Frequency 1. The direction of rotation cannot be reversed by a command issued from the REV key on the keypad panel or Terminal REV. Any reverse rotation com- Selects function mands entered will be canceled. Select forward or C22 (stage 1) 60.0F2 Multi-step frequency 1 (C05)

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    Notes 5-31...

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    4. Set function P04 Auto tuning = 1 (motor stop) or 2 (motor rotation). Press the FUNC/DATA key to store The values for the GE 3-phase standard motor are 230V, the set value and press the FWD key or REV key.

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    % R 1 P 0 8 These functions are used to set data if using a motor other than the GE standard 3-phase motor and when the motor constant and the impedance between the drive and motor are known. Calculate %R1 using the following formula:...

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    (The machine should be designed to 1: Initializes data ensure safety during a restart.) When the retry function is selected, GE start software This function returns all function data changed by the (F02 set 3 or 4) does not work.

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    S-shape Acceleration and Deceleration H09 Start mode This pattern reduces shock by mitigating output frequency H 0 9 S T A R T M O D E changes at the beginning and end of acceleration and deceleration. Setting range 0, 1, 2 This function smoothly catches a spinning motor which is coasting after a momentary power failure or after the motor has been subject to external force, without stop-...

  • Page 89

    A mechanical operation continuation level. However, if the level is too brake should be used to ensure safety. high, this function activates during normal operation and causes unexpected motion. Please contact GE Fuji before changing the factory default value. 5-36...

  • Page 90

    H16 Auto-restart (OPR command selfhold time) H 1 6 S E L F H O L D Setting range: 0.0 to 30.0 seconds, 999 Since the power to an external operation circuit (relay sequence) and the main power to the drive is generally cut off at a power failure, the operation command issued to the drive is also cut off.

  • Page 91

    The target value can be entered using F01, Frequency Only positive values can be input for this feedback setting 1, or directly from the keypad panel. amount of PID control. Negative values (e.g., 0 to -10V, - 10 to 0V) cannot be input, thereby the function cannot be For entry from F01, Frequency setting 1, input a signal to used for a reverse operation by an analog signal.

  • Page 92

    H22 PID control (P-gain) H23 PID control (I-gain) H24 PID control (D-gain) These functions are not generally used alone but are combined like P control, PI control, PD control, and PID control. P-gain operation I-gain operation An operation using an output frequency proportional to deviation is called P operation, which outputs an An operation where the change speed of the output operation amount proportional to deviation, though it...

  • Page 93

    PID control H 2 3 I – G A I N PID control combines the P operation, the I operation which removes deviation, and the D operation which Setting range: 0.0 (Inactive), 0.1 to 3600 seconds suppresses vibration. This control achieves deviation- H23 I-gain is used as a parameter to determine the free, accurate, and stable responses.

  • Page 94

    H25 PID control (Feedback filter) The figure above for H26 PTC thermistor (Mode select) shows that a 250W resistor and the thermistor (resistance value Rp) are connected in parallel. Hence, voltage Vc1 at H 2 5 F I L T E R Terminal C1 can be calculated using the following formula: Setting range: 0.0 to 60.0 seconds 250 •...

  • Page 95

    H30 Serial link (Function select) Value Processing at Communication Error H 3 0 L I N K F U N C Immediate Er 8 trip (forced stop) Continue operation within timer time, Er 8 trip after Setting range: 0 to 3 time expires The link function (communication) provides a standard Continue operation and retry within timer time, then...

  • Page 96

    H 3 8 R E S Setting range: 0 (no detection) 1 to 60 seconds In a system where the drive is continuously polled within a specific time, this function detects that access was stopped due to an open circuit or other network fault and results in an Er 8 trip.

  • Page 97

    A: Alternative Motor Parameters ( Motor 2 ) A06 Electronic thermal relay 2 (select) A01 Maximum frequency 2 A07 Electronic thermal relay 2 (level) A 0 1 M A X H z – 2 A08 Electronic thermal relay 2 (Thermal time This function sets the maximum frequency for Motor 2 constant) output by the drive.

  • Page 98

    A13 Motor 2 (Tuning) A 1 3 T U N 1 This function sets online tuning for Motor 2. It operates the same as for P04 Motor 1 (Tuning). For details, see the explanation for P04. A14 Motor 2 (On-line tuning) A 1 4 T U N 2 This function sets online tuning for Motor 2.

  • Page 99

    Notes 5-46...

  • Page 100: Protective Operations

    Modbus RTU error RS485 COM ERR If an error occurs while using Modbus-RTU, the protective function is activated. Note: Number in fron of Alarm Code indicates multiple alarms. See page 4-15. Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 101: Alarm Reset

    If the alarm reset is activated with the operation signal ON, the inverter will restart suddenly, which may be dangerous. To ensure safety, disable the operating signal when releasing the trip status, as accident may result. Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 102: Troubleshooting

    The ground fault protective function is provided only for drive for nominal applied motors rated at 40 HP or more. (3) Fuse brown Possible short-circuit Fuse brown within the drive. Contact GE Drive. Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 103

    Section 6.1.1? The drive may be faulty. Is power transformer Modify power distribution system to Contact GE Drive. capacity adequate? satisfy the specified value. Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 104

    Set to the correct level. relay setting correct? Faulty drive or error Is the load excessive? due to noise, etc. Contact GE Drive. Reduce the load or increase drive capacity. Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 105

    Faulty drive or error Contact GE Drive. between phases? due to noise, etc. Contact GE Drive. Faulty drive or error due to noise, etc. Contact GE Drive. Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 106: Abnormal Motor Rotation

    An operation command is issued while the coast-to-stop or DC braking command is output. A reverse operation command is issued with the • H08 Rev. phase sequence lock• value set ot 1. Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 107

    Frequency command 2” are set to 3, and there is no significant change in the added value. The load is excessive, and the torque limiting and current limiting functions are activated. Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 108

    Note: Motor overheating following a higher frequency setting is likely the Faulty drive or error result of the current wave form. due to noise, etc. Contact GE Drives. Contact GE Drive. Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 109

    Notes Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 110: Maintenance And Inspection

    Only authorized personnel should perform maintenance and component replacement operations. Remove metal jewelry such as watches and rings, and always use insulated tools. • Never modify the drive. Electric shock or injury may result. Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 111

    4) *Estimate life expectancy by mainte- nance information Ventilation Is there foreign matter on the heat sink or intake Visual inspection No abnormalities and exhaust ports? See additional notes on following page. Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 112

    Electrolytic capacitor on control PC board 61,000 hours Cooling fan 40,000 hours (5 Hp or less), 25,000 hours (Over 7.5 Hp)* * Estimated life expectancy of a ventilation-fan at inverter ambient temperature of 40°C Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 113: Main Circuit Measurements

    Symbol Note: If the output voltage is measured with a rectifier type meter, an error may occur. Use a digital AC power meter to ensure accuracy. Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 114: Insulation Test

    Electrlytic capacitor on the PC board 7 years Exchange for a new PC board (determine after checking) Fuse 10 years Exchange for a new part Other parts — Determine after checking Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 115

    Notes: Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 116: Warranty Parts And Service

    GE Authorized Electric Motor Servicenters or GE Apparatus Service Shops. For specific instructions on your motor, call the distributor from which it was pur- chased and be prepared to furnish complete nameplate data. Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 117: In-warranty Failure Checklist

    When returning failed parts, reference the C_ _ _ _ # on the shipping documents that came with the replacement parts and ship failed parts to: GE Drives. (Marked C _ _ _ _ #) Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 118: Replacement Parts

    * Located on Gate drive & Power supply Card CHARGE RESISTOR 30W66 30W 6.6WJ 80W25 80W 2.5WJ * Located on Gate drive & Power supply Card FRONT COVER G11UPCG008P G11UPCG040P G11UPCG075P G11UPCG220P 10-1 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 119

    RECTIFIER MODULE PD1008AC CHARGE RESISTOR HF5C5504 80W 7.5ohm DC CONTACTOR FC3UL AC220VAUX2B FC1UL AC220VAUX2B FC4UL AC220VAUX2B SC7NUL AC200-240V DC FUSE CR2L260UL CR2L400UL A50P6004 INPUT MODULE CARD EP3985C1 EP3985C3 10-2 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 120

    * Located on Gate drive & Power supply Card CHARGE RESISTOR 30W200 30W 20WJ 80W100 80W 10WJ * Located on Gate drive & Power supply Card FRONT COVER G11UPCG008P G11UPCG040P G11UPCG075P G11UPCG220P 10-3 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 121

    400V 9300µF FAN UNIT FBA09A24H1B0 MRS18-DUL THB1-UHS4556M (Standard) 4715PS22TB30 2750MTP15 6250MG1 (For NEMA12 Heatsink) UHS4556MLOT1 2750MTP15OT1 U6250MKG1LTPOT1 IGBT MODULE 2MBi150PC14002 CM200DU24H203 2MBi300P14002 CM200DU24H202 2MBi300P14003 RECTIFIER MODULE PD6016A PD10016A 10-4 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 122

    AC200-240V DC FUSE CR6L150UL 600V 150A CR6L200UL 600V 200A CR6L300UL 600V 300A A70Q4004 A70Q5004 A70Q6004 A70QS8004 A70P16004TA A70P20004 TRANSFORMER HF5C55025512VA HF5C550312524VA HF5B661330016VA HF5B395170020VA INPUT MODULE CARD EP3985C2 EP3985C4 10-5 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 123

    Notes: 10-6 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 124: Specifications Standard Specifications

    11. Specifications 11.1 Standard Specifications 11-1 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 125

    11-2 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 126: Common Specifications

    Analog output (1 signal): Output frequency, output current, output voltage, output torque, power Operation status signal consumption, etc. Pulse output (1 signal): Output frequency, output current, output power, output torque, power consumption, etc. 11-3 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 127

    9-20 Hz, 2m/s from 20-55 Hz, 1 m/s from 55-200 Hz, Vibration Ambient -25 to 65°C (-13 to 149°F) Storage temperature Ambient 5 to 95% (no condensation) humidity 11-4 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 128: Outline Dimensions

    Wire inlet knock out hole knock out hole 0.31(8) ø”1.34(ø”34) Wire inlet knock out hole 2-ø”1.65(ø”42) Wire inlet knock out hole 7.5, 10 Hp 15 to 30 Hp 11-5 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 129

    (208) (83) (315) (175) (121) (79) 53.1 14.2 (970) (935) (945) (333) (1350) (360) (220) (166) (111) 22.8 11.4 26.9 15.1 55.1 (580) (290) (683) (383) (1400) (153) 11-6 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 130

    (450) (285) 34.6 30.7 10.2 10.2 31.9 29.7 (880) (780) (260) (260) (810) (755) DIMENSIONS inches (mm) Mtg. Bolts Lb (kg) (50) (100) (35) (115) (220) (255) (365) 11-7 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 131

    (682) (16) (33) (13) (315) (175) (15) (70) 39.4 38.2 36.8 37.2 14.2 (1000) (970) (935) (945) (360) (220) (100) 26.8 22.8 11.4 (680) (580) (660) (290) (140) 11-8 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 132

    (450) (285) 34.6 30.7 33.8 10.2 10.2 31.9 (880) (780) (860) (260) (260) (810) DIMENSIONS inches (mm) Mtg. Bolts Lb (kg) (50) (100) (35) (115) (015) (250) (360) 11-9 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 133

    11.3.3 Outline Dimensions Open Type with NEMA 12 Heatsink 11-10 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 134

    2.76 2.56 4.33 (1400) (1370) (1330) (1340) (15.5) (35) (14.5) (4.5) (177.5) (215) (145) (1381) (20.5) (15) (450) (285) M12 800 (940) (916) (880) (860) (780) (260) (120) (70) (65) (110) (360) 11-11 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 135: Keypad Mounting Hole

    Keypad Mounting Hole (Panel Cutting) Dimensions in inches (mm) dia. 0.11 M3 2.52 (64) 1.69 (42) dia. 1.38 (35) 11-12 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 136: Rs485 Modbus Rtu Serial Communications

    The following RTU functions are supported. The maximum number of consecutive parameters for function 03 and 16 messages is 16. Code Description Read Holding Registers (16 registers maximum) Preset Single Register Preset Multiple Registers (16 registers maximum) 12-1 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 137: Drive Function Code Access

    (braking) F41 Note: The writing of data out of range is treated as out of range error. Use a value of 7FFF to enter 999 for torque limit functions. 12-2 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 138

    Cooling fin temp. at alarm °C 0–120 2094 Life of main circuit 0.0–100.0 capacitor. 2095 Life of printed circuit 0–65535 board capacitor. 2096 Life of cooling fan. 0–65535 12-3 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 139: Data Format Specification

    - 1.234 X 1000 = - 1234 = FB2E Data format [9] Unsigned Integer data (Positive): Min. unit 2 Example If P01 (Motor 1 number of poles) =2pole 2 = 0002 Data format [10] Alarm Code 12-4 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 140

    3: 10 100–999 (1000–9990) Example: If F07 (acceleration time 1) = 20.0 s 10.0 < 20< 99.9 index =1 20.0 = 0.1 X 200 0400 + 00C8 = 04C8 12-5 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 141

    Example) If M15 (Universal output terminal)=Y1 and Y5 = ON 0000 0000 0001 0001 = 0011 Data format [16] Operating state BUSY DEC ACC NUV BRK INT EXT REV FWD 12-6 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 142

    (no response) Illegal address (Data range error) Other errors (no response) -Framing error -Overrun error -Buffer full error -Priority for comm -No privilege for writing error -Forbidden writing error 12-7 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 143: Communication Errors

    Communication errors occur when the drive receives an invalid message. The drive will not return a response to a communication error. A code that represents the last communication error is stored in drive parameter M26. Typical communication message errors include parity, framing, and CRC errors. 12-8 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 144: Options

    OPCG11SMBP • Serial commnication card for Modbus plus (Communication card) OPCG11SIBS • Serial communcation card for Interbus-S (Communcation card) HE300GEN150 • Serial communication card for Genius (Communication card) 13-1 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 145

    -50mA max. OFF operation voltage: 27V max. Related function code: Power Source +24 VDC (3.2mA x 4 + 12.8mA) Connection diagram L1/R L2/S L3/T O8(MSB) Sink O1(LSB) I1(LSB) Remarks 13-2 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 146

    * Te rm i na ls [ R0 ] an d [ T0] ar e no t prov id ed f or 1.0 HP or s m aller. Remarks 13-3 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 147

    Power source The power source to drive the relay card is supplied from the drive. Connection diagram + 13Vdc + 24Vdc +24Vdc +13Vdc +13Vdc +24Vdc +13Vdc +24Vdc Remarks 13-4 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 148: Electromagnetic Compatibility (emc)

    In accordance with the provisions described in the European Commission Guidelines Document on Council Directive 89/336/EEC, GE Fuji has chosen to classify the AF-300 P11 range of Drives as “Complex Components”. Classification as a “Complex Components” allows a product to be treated as an “apparatus”, and thus permits compliance with the essential requirements of the EMC Directive to be demonstrated to both an integrator of AF-300 P11 drives and to his customer or the installer and the user.

  • Page 149

    — (100m) Fig. 4 (RF3280-F11) 23.11x9.84x8.07 22.05x3.35 Separate (587x250x205) (560x85) RF3400F11 Type 400A — (RF3400-F11) — Fig. 5 RF3880F11 27.09x14.33x7.09 25.51x5.91 800A (RF3880-F11) (688x364x180) (648x150) F200 Separate Type 14-2 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 150

    Ferrite Ring Dimensions : Inches (mm) Part No. 0.98 (25) 2.01 (51) 0.67 (17) 1.61 (41) 2.80 (71) 0.71 (18) 2.83 (72) 3.94 (100) 1.06 (27) Figure 1 Figure 2 14-3 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 151

    17.1 (435) 16.1 (408) 5.12 (130) RF3180-F11 7.87 (200) 6.54 (166) 19.5 (495) 18.4 (468) 6.30 (160) Figure 3 Outline Dimensions (RF3100-F11, RF3180-F11) Figure 4 Outline Dimensions (RF3280-F11, RF3400-F11) 14-4 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 152

    Figure 5 Outline Dimensions (RF3880-F11) Figure 6 230V all Hp 460V less than 450 Hp 14-5 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 153

    Figure 7 AF-300 P11 460V 500 Hp and higher 14-6 Data subject to change without notice 7/07. © 2007 GE Drives...

  • Page 154

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