Select Motor Data Identification *
Alarm A0541 (motor data identification active) is
generated, and a measurement is made at the next ON
End Quick Commissioning
The following describes the sequence of events after setting P3900 to a 1:
is displayed. This means that the control data is being calculated and is then copied,
together with the parameters, from the RAM into the ROM. After quick commissioning has
been completed, P3900 is re-displayed.
Do not disconnect from the line supply until the motor data identification has been completed and
P3900 is re-displayed. Parameter P1910 will not be saved if drive is prematurely disconnected.
2. Start motor data identification
The motor data identification routine is started using the ON command (factory setting DIN1).
This can take several minutes depending on the size of the motor. Large motors take longer than
Current flows through the motor and the rotor aligns itself. After motor data identification has been
completed, data is copied from the RAM into the ROM whereby
(motor data identification active) is automatically reset and P3900 is re-displayed.
3. QUICK COMMISSIONING IS NOW FINISHED.
If you are going to run in Vector mode or Sensorless Vector mode then refer to the Operating
Instructions for further information.
Identification of all parameters with parameter
These are accepted and applied to the controller.
Identification of all parameters without parameter
These are displayed but are not applied to the
Identification of saturation curve with parameter
No quick commissioning (no motor calculations)
Motor calculation and reset all non Quick
Commissioning parameters to factory setting.
Motor calculation and reset of the I/O settings to the
Only motor calculation. The other parameters are not
Quick Start Guide
is displayed. Alarm A0541