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Issue 08/03
5.5

Level 3 Quick Commissioning

Parameters, designated with a * offer more setting possibilities than are actually listed here. Refer to
the parameter list on the supplied CD for additional setting possibilities.
Correct Motor information is very important – please refer to section 5.4 for detailed information. For
multi-motor (parallel motors) please see the operating instructions for further details.
Parameters with "[0]" after the number are referring to index 0 of that parameter. For example, if you
read P0300[0]=1 it means that you should set P0300 index 0 to a 1.
You can enter your own settings in the user settings column for quick reference
Parameter
Parameter Description
Number
P0003
Set User Access Level *
1
2
3
P0010
Start Quick Commissioning *
0
1
30
NOTE
P0010 must be set to 1 in order to parameterize the
motor data.
P0100
Check/Set Frequency Setting (50/60Hz)
0
1
2
IMPORTANT
For P0100 = 0 or 1, the setting of switch DIP2(2) (under
I/O board) determines the value of P0100 (refer to the
parameter list):
If P0100 does not correctly reflect your motor data
(50/60Hz) at this point, please power down your
MICROMASTER and change the DIP2(2) switch
according to section 3 before continuing.
Failure to follow this procedure will result in
complete loss of your motor parameters at the next
power cycle.
46
Standard
Extended
Expert
Ready
Quick commissioning
Factory setting (refer to section 5.2)
USE DIP2(2) Switch - 50Hz, kW (typically
European IEC Motors)
USE DIP2(2) Switch - 60 Hz, HP (typically North
American NEMA frame motors)
60 Hz, kW (Typically found in Asian market)
NOTE
:
OFF
=
ON
=
Quick Start Guide
kW, 50 Hz
HP, 60 Hz
Suggested
User
Setting
Setting
3
1
According
to motor
usually a
"1" should
be set
using the
DIP2(2)
switch in
the USA
MICROMASTER 440
6SE6400-5GA00-0BP0

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