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Emerson Quantum MP User Manual

Emerson Quantum MP User Manual

High performance dc drive size 1 and size 2 45a to 700a, 480v two or four quadrant operation

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User Guide
Quantum MP
High Performance DC Drive
Size 1 and Size 2
45A to 700A, 480V
two or four quadrant operation
Part Number: 400526-01
Issue: A4
www.emersonct.com

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  • Page 1 User Guide Quantum MP High Performance DC Drive Size 1 and Size 2 45A to 700A, 480V two or four quadrant operation Part Number: 400526-01 Issue: A4 www.emersonct.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: Table Of Contents

    1.10 Electrical installation ..........5 5.10 Displaying parameters with non-default values only Product Information ......6 5.11 Displaying destination parameters only ....61 Quantum MP System Description ......6 5.12 Parameter access level and security ....61 Ratings ..............6 5.13 Serial communications ........63 Model number ............7 Basic parameters ........64...
  • Page 4 14.1 Common UL Information ........166 14.2 AC supply specification ........166 14.3 Maximum continuous output current ....166 14.4 Safety label ............166 14.5 UL Listed accessories ........166 List of tables ........167 Index ..........169 Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue Number: A3...
  • Page 5: Safety Information

    The voltages used in the drive can cause severe electrical shock and/or burns, and could be lethal. Extreme care is necessary at all times when The Quantum MP User Guide contains instructions for achieving working with or adjacent to the drive.
  • Page 6: Product Information

    Parameters Data Information Product Information Quantum MP System Description The Quantum MP drive system consists of: Base Mentor MP DC drive Line fuses Armature fuse (Regenerative models only) Motor and Braking Resistor contactors 120 Vac digital I/O and power source...
  • Page 7: Model Number

    (104°F) up to a maximum of 10 repetitions per hour. Model number The way in which the model numbers for the Quantum MP range are formed is described in Figure 2-2. Figure 2-2 Model number QMP 2 1 0 A...
  • Page 8: Compatible Encoders

    Fd (1) or without marker pulse Forward / reverse incremental encoders with or Fr (2) without marker pulse Nameplate description Figure 2-3 Typical drive rating label for Quantum MP, size 1 Rating Customer and Model date code Auxiliary input voltage/...
  • Page 9: Drive Features And Options

    Installation Installation Started parameters Motor Operation Parameters Data Information Drive features and options Figure 2-5 Quantum MP size 1 features and options AC terminals SM-Keypad-LCD / SM-Keypad-LED SMARTCARD* Solutions Modules Feedback, Automation, or Fieldbus SM-I/O 120V module Serial port connector...
  • Page 10 Information Information Installation Installation Started parameters Motor Operation Parameters Data Information Figure 2-6 Quantum MP size 2 features and options AC Terminals Line Fuses DANGER HIGH VOLTAGE SM-Keypad-LCD / SM-Keypad-LED Keypad connection SmartCard * Solutions Modules Field Fuses Machine Feedback...
  • Page 11: Table 2-4 Solutions Module Identification

    Parameters Data Information 2.6.1 Options available for Quantum MP All Solutions Modules are color-coded in order to make identification easy. The following table shows the color-code key and gives further details on their function. Table 2-4 Solutions Module identification Type...
  • Page 12: Table 2-5 Keypad Identification

    Name Further Details FXMP25 For external control of field windings up to 25A, with field reversal capability, For Mode /Reset STORED CHARGE 10 min FXMP25 further information, please see the FXMP25 User Guide. Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 13: Items Supplied With The Drive

    UL warning label for heatsink temperature Terminal cover grommets Terminal shrouds Integral clear cover Bottom mounting foot bracket (2) Integral mounting base plate Top mounting foot bracket (1) 13 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 14: Mechanical Installation

    The heat produced by the drive must be removed without its specified operating temperature being exceeded. Note that a sealed enclosure gives much reduced cooling compared with a ventilated one, and may need to be larger and/or use internal air circulating fans. Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 15: Terminal Cover Removal

    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. 15 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 16 SM-I/O 120V Module in slot 3 To install the Solutions Module in either a Quantum MP size 1 or size 2 drive, press down in the direction shown above until it clicks into place. To remove the Solutions Module, press inwards at the points shown (A) and pull in the direction shown (B).
  • Page 17 Figure 3-4 Removal and installation of a keypad - Size 1 shown To fit the keypad in a Quantum MP size 1 or size 2, align the Keypad and press gently in the direction shown until it clicks into position (A).
  • Page 18: Mounting Method

    [15.98 in] 25mm [0.97 in] 222mm [8.72 in] 1. The two outer holes must be used for mounting the Quantum MP. NOTE With the SMARTCARD installed to the drive, the depth measurement increases by 7.6mm (0.30 in). Quantum MP User Guide...
  • Page 19 (380mm [14.96 in] from the center of the holes on the bottom mounting bracket). Once the holes have been drilled, then fix the top mounting bracket accordingly. 19 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 20: Enclosure

    (any paint must be 300mm (12in) from the removed) drive and any power cable ≥100mm (4in) External controller Armature connection cable Field connection cable Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 21 Unobstructed surface area in m (1 m = 10.9 ft Calculating the size of a sealed enclosure Maximum expected temperature in C outside the The enclosure transfers internally generated heat into the surrounding 21 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 22: Heatsink Fan Operation

    / hr = 0.59 ft /min) 30C Heatsink fan operation 272W Quantum MP drive rated 75A and above are ventilated by internally The minimum required heat conducting area is then: supplied fans. 272W -------------------------------- - Ensure the minimum clearances around the drive are maintained to ...
  • Page 23: Electrical Terminals - Size 1

    Table 3-2 Auxiliary and Field terminal data QMP155A4(R) 3/8” Socket Lug 42 Nm 31 lb ft QMP210A4(R) 3/8” Socket Lug 42 Nm 31 lb ft Model Connection type Torque setting Terminal block 0.5 Nm 0.4 lb ft 23 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 24: Electrical Terminals - Size 2

    To avoid a fire hazard and maintain validity of the UL listing, Model Connection type Torque setting adhere to the specified tightening torques for the power and Plug-in terminal block 0.5 Nm 0.4 lb ft ground terminals. Refer to the following tables. WARNING Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 25: Routine Maintenance

    Screw connections Ensure all screw terminals remain tight Ensure all crimp terminals remains tight – Crimp terminals check for any discoloration which could indicate overheating Cables Check all cables for signs of damage 25 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 26: Electrical Installation

    WARNING over-voltage suppression (transient voltage surge suppression) must be provided to reduce category IV to category III. Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 27 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Basic Running the SMARTCARD Onboard Advanced Technical Optimization Diagnostics Information Information Installation Installation Started parameters Motor Operation Parameters Data Information 27 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 28: Electrical Connections/ Power Connections

    To understand the function of the different power connections, refer to Figure 4-1 and Figure 4-2 for size 1 drives and Figure 4-3 and Figure 4-4 for the size 2 drives. Figure 4-1 Power connections for 480V drive, Quantum MP size 1 Quantum MP Size 1...
  • Page 29: Table

    Fwd Reset Drive Speed Pot Thermistor Motor (Optional) Interlocks Thermal 7.15 TABLE 2 - QUANTUM MP FUSES LINE FUSES F4, F6, F8 - 500V ARMATURE FUSE F2 - 700V (SEE NOTE ) MODEL CT P/N MFG P/N RATING CT P/N...
  • Page 30 Information Information Installation Installation Started parameters Motor Operation Parameters Data Information Figure 4-2 Control connections, Quantum MP size 1 MP10 User Interface Board E-Stop System Interlocks Motor Stop Thermal Three wire Stop/Run Pr 6.40 = 1 Two wire Run Pr 6.40 = 0...
  • Page 31 Drive OK Indicator Relay 1 Re-programmable Contact rating 240 Vac 5A 30 Vdc 5 A (Non-Inductive) Status Contactor Enable Relay 2 Re-programmable Encoder Instantaneous Armature Drive Commissioning Output Current Feedback (Test Point) 31 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 32 Information Information Installation Installation Started parameters Motor Operation Parameters Data Information Figure 4-3 Power connections for Quantum MP size 2 drives Quantum MP Size 2 230V 230V 208V 208V 190V 190V 115V NOTES: See Table 2 for values. Quantum MP control power fuses...
  • Page 33: Table

    Tach Speed Pot Thermistor Motor (Optional) System Interlock(s) Thermal 7.15 TABLE 2 - QUANTUM MP SIZE 2 FUSES LINE FUSES F4, F6, F8 - 500V ARMATURE FUSE F2 - (SEE NOTE ) MODEL MFG P/N RATING CT P/N MFG P/N...
  • Page 34 Diagnostics Information Information Installation Installation Started parameters Motor Operation Parameters Data Information Figure 4-4 Control connections for Quantum MP size 2 Drives From Control Connections E-Stop System Interlocks Motor Stop Thermal Three wire Stop/Run Pr 6.40 = 1 Two wire Run Pr 6.40 = 0...
  • Page 35 Status Drive OK Indicator Relay 1 Re-programmable Contact Rating 240 VAC 5A 30 VDC 5A (Non-Inductive) Status Contactor Enable Relay 2 Re-programmable Encoder Instantaneous Armature Drive Commissioning Output Current Feedback (Test Point) 35 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 36: Ground Connections

    It is then only suitable for use with supplies having overvoltage category II, i.e. not for connection at the origin of the low voltage supply within a building. Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 37: Line Reactors

    Tolerance -20% Line reactors The Quantum MP, in common with all naturally commutated SCR drives, causes voltage notches at the input supply terminals. In order to avoid disturbance to other equipment using the same supply, the addition of external line inductance is strongly recommended in order to restrict the depth of the notches imposed on the shared supply.
  • Page 38: Separating The Auxiliary Supply

    Separating the Auxiliary Supply Total load current on the 120 Vac output at terminals X1 and X2 must The Quantum MP drive is delivered from the factory with the auxiliary not exceed 250 mA. supply terminals E1 and E3 are pre-wired to the drive AC power Table 4-7 Transformer connections, Size 2 terminals L1 and L3.
  • Page 39: Cable And Fuse Size Ratings

    The information provided in this section is provided for guidance purposes only. The power terminals on the Quantum MP size 1 have been designed to accommodate a maximum cable size of 150mm (350kcmil) with a temperature rating of 75°C (167°F).
  • Page 40: Table 4-9 Ferraz Shawmut Branch Circuit Protection Fusing For 480V Size 1 Drives (Customer Supplied)

    North American style stud-mount 500 Vac QMP155A4(R) 250A A50QS250-4 3701-500250 QMP210A4(R) 350A A50QS350-4 3701-500350 Table 4-11 Ferraz Shawmut dc protection (ARMATURE) fusing for 480V size 1 drives (Included in Quantum MP) Rating Rating Control Techniques Model Fuse type Catalog number number QMP45A4R A70QS80-4...
  • Page 41: Table 4-13 Ferraz Shawmut Semiconductor (Line) Fusing For 480V Size 2 Drives (Included In Quantum Mp)

    Information Installation Installation Started parameters Motor Operation Parameters Data Information Table 4-13 Ferraz Shawmut semiconductor (line) fusing for 480V size 2 drives (Included in Quantum MP) Rating Rating Control Techniques Model Fuse type Catalog number number Auxiliary 10x38mm ferrule 690V...
  • Page 42: External Suppressor Resistor

    The internal suppression is suitable for typical applications using recommended line reactors as defined in section 4.4 Line reactors on page 37. The Quantum MP drives provide the facility to allow for extra suppression for applications at the boundaries of the drive's operating area.
  • Page 43: Ground Leakage

    3. B - detects AC, pulsating DC and smooth DC fault currents rating of the resistor can be selected by the user according to the • Type’s A and AC should never be used with Quantum MP dissipation required for the application, up to a maximum of 150W. drives.
  • Page 44: Table 4-20 Quantum Mp And Emc Filter Cross References

    FN3359-800-99 FN3280H-8-29 QMP550A4(R) QMP700A4(R) * This filter is required if the input current to the Quantum MP will be • The first environment is one that includes residential premises. It greater than 66Amps. also includes establishments directly connected without intermediate...
  • Page 45: Serial Communications Connections

    Serial communications connections maximum power can be taken from pin 4 of each drive.) Termination resistors The Quantum MP has a serial communications port (serial port) as standard supporting two wire EIA485 communications. Please see Table 45 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 46: Shield Connections

    C1, C5, C11, 120V Line 120V Neutral C4, C6, C8, 120V Input Destination, invert C10, C12, 120V Output Source, invert Key: Destination Indicates the parameter which is being controlled by the parameter: terminal / function Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 47: Table 4-25 Control Connection Recommended Cable Sizes

    10 AWG Auxiliary Control I/O - 24V 1.31mm 16 AWG Encoder Tachgenerator 0.5mm 20 AWG Status relays 2.5mm 12 AWG 120V I/O control Size 1 120V I/O control 2.08mm 14 AWG Size 2 47 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 48 Polarized signal connectors Encoder A A/ B B/ 120Vac digital I/O Status Status relay 1 relay 2 Tach 51 52 53 61 62 63 41 42 current Z Z/ Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 49 SM-I/O 120V relay 2 120 Vac Digital I/O 3 30 VA max. Digital input 4 Analog input 1 Analog input 1/ input 2 select Digital input 5 Analog input 2 Digital input 6 Drive enable 49 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 50: General

    Nominal output voltage 120 Vac Maximum output current 250 mA total for all 120 Vac outputs Protection Fuse 120 Vac Relay output neutral 120 Vac Neutral connection point for Terminal C15 Function C16 relay output Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 51 Sampling period Pr 1.36, Pr 1.37, Pr 3.19 and Pr 4.08. 4 ms for all other destinations 0V common Common connection for all external Function devices 51 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 52 +30V, -18V relative to 0V range  Impedance 10.0V 0.8V Input thresholds  s if configured with the destination as Sampling period Pr 6.35 or Pr 6.36. 4 ms for all other destinations Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 53 Line termination components for 2 - 5V range (switchable) Working common mode range +12V to –7V Absolute maximum applied voltage 25V relative to 0V Absolute maximum applied differential 25V voltage + Supply 53 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 54: Connecting An Encoder

    Incremental encoder with forward pulses and reverse Fr (2) Figure 4-20 Feedback cable, twisted pair pulses, with or without marker pulse Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 55: Getting Started

    This chapter introduces the user interfaces, menu structure and security level of the drive. Understanding the display There are two types of keypad available for the Quantum MP. The SM-Keypad has an LED display, and the SM-Keypad Plus has an LCD display. 5.1.2 SM-Keypad Plus (LCD) 5.1.1...
  • Page 56 NOTE For new parameter-values to apply after the AC supply to the drive is interrupted, new values must be saved (section 5.8 Saving parameters on page 60). Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 57: Menu 0 (Sub Block)

    LOOP (4), Fb SP (5), SintEr triPS (6), inPut (7) Defines the sub block headers. Can be used by the SM-Keypad Plus to inPut display the same strings as the SM-Keypad. in01 in10 Headers 57 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 58: Pre-Defined Sub Blocks

    SE08 0.30 11.42 Parameter cloning SE09 0.31 5.70 Rated field current SE10 0.32 5.73 Rated field voltage SE11 0.33 5.77 Enable field control SE12 0.34 5.12 Autotune SE13 0.35 11.44 Security status SE14 Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 59: Menu 0 (Linear)

    I state 6 in10 For more information on the sub block function please refer to the Quantum MP Advanced User Guide. Menu 0 (linear) Menu 0 is used to bring together various commonly used parameters for basic easy set up of the drive.
  • Page 60: Advanced Menus

    Press the red reset button • Toggle the reset digital input, or • Carry out a drive reset through serial communications by setting Pr 10.38 to 100 (ensure that Pr xx.00 returns to 0). Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 61: Restoring Parameter Defaults

    These values are also listed in the first two columns of Table 5- Please note that this function can be affected by the access level 5. Use the following procedure to return the drive to Quantum MP factory enabled You must refer to section 5.12 Parameter access level and default parameter settings.
  • Page 62 0 and press the button. The user security has now been disabled, and will not have to be unlocked each time the drive is powered up to allow read / write access to the parameters. Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 63: Serial Communications

    When using one of the above converters or any other suitable converter Module or via the comms interface itself. If it is changed via the comms with the Quantum MP, it is recommended that no terminating resistors interface, the response to the command uses the original baud rate. The be connected on the network.
  • Page 64: Basic Parameters

    Information Basic parameters The pre-defined sub blocks contain commonly used parameters for basic set-up of the Quantum MP. All parameters in the pre-defined sub blocks appear in other menus in the drive. (Denoted by {x.xx} in Table 6-1.) Table 6-1 Pre-defined sub block parameters ...
  • Page 65: Full Descriptions

    Display destination parameters only or before performing 9999 Erase SMARTCARD. Proceeding will * See Chapter 9 SMARTCARD Operation on page 81 for more overwrite or erase the Quantum MP default parameter values stored in information of these functions. SMARTCARD data block 200.
  • Page 66 [Pr 0.34, 5.12]). A1.A2 (Analog ref 1. Analog ref 2) terminal input A1.Pr (Analog ref 1. Preset speeds) A2.Pr (Analog ref 2. Preset speeds) Pr (Preset speeds) Pad (Keypad reference) Prc (Precision reference) Pad rEF Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 67 It is not possible to go into the stop state if di12 (Pr 0.47, 1.12) has a non-zero value. When the test is completed successfully the drive is disabled and will enter the inhibit state. The motor can only be restarted if the enable is 67 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 68 The torque demand can be derived from the speed controller and/or the torque reference and offset. The units of the torque demand are a % of Encoder speed ripple = 60 / 250s / (ELPR x 4) rated torque. Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 69: Table 13-6 Trips

    See Figure 11-3 on page 104 for a schematic of the speed controller. For information on setting up the speed controller gains, refer to Chapter 8 Optimization on page 78. 69 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 70 Module slot 1 is used to derive the speed feedback for the speed   5V (0), 8V (1), 15V (2), 24V (3) 5V (0) controller and to calculate the motor rotor flux position. If a position Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 71 T28 digital input 5 state {0.89, 8.05} in10 T29 digital input 6 state {0.90, 8.06}   OFF (0) or On (1) OFF (0) = Terminal inactive On (1) = Terminal active 71 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 72: Running The Motor

    Terminal mode Run forward or run reverse command Keypad mode Drive enable Drive enable Serial communications Serial communications link Refer to Figure 4-1 on page 28 for minimum connections to get a motor running. Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 73: Quick Start Commissioning / Start-Up (From Usa Defaults)

    Select field mode by setting Pr 5.78 = IntrnL (Internal field controller is used), Etrnl (External half control), controller E FULL (External in full control). • Set Pr 5.12 (SE12, 0.33) = ON to enable the field 73 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 74 Information Action Detail Quantum MP is able to perform either a static, rotating or continuous autotune. The motor must be at a standstill before an autotune is enabled. Static autotune for current loop gains When this operation is performed the drive will perform an estimation of Motor constant (Pr 5.15), Continuous proportional gain (Pr 4.13), Continuous integral gain (Pr 4.14), Discontinuous integral gain (Pr 4.34), Back...
  • Page 75: Quick Start Commissioning / Start-Up (From European Defaults)

    Select field mode by setting Pr 5.78 = IntrnL (Internal field controller is used), Etrnl (External half control), controller E FULL (External in full control). • Set Pr 5.12 (SE12, 0.33) = ON to enable the field 75 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 76 Information Action Detail Quantum MP is able to perform either a static, rotating or continuous autotune. The motor must be at a standstill before an autotune is enabled. Static autotune for current loop gains When this operation is performed the drive will perform an estimation of Motor constant (Pr 5.15), Continuous proportional gain (Pr 4.13), Continuous integral gain (Pr 4.14), Discontinuous integral gain (Pr 4.34), Back...
  • Page 77: Ctsoft Software Commissioning Tool

    CTSoft includes a migration wizard 1. Ensure that any previous copies of CTSoft have been uninstalled that allows Mentor II parameters to be migrated to the Quantum MP. before proceeding with the installation (existing projects will not be CTSoft is able to communicate with a single drive or a network.
  • Page 78: Optimization

    (Pr 5.59), Armature resistance (Pr 5.60) and Flux loop I gain 8.3.2 Field weakening in estimated speed mode (no (Pr 5.72) with respect to the selected motor map and store the values. Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 79: Speed Loop Gains Tuning

    8.4.3 Drive commissioning output The Quantum MP has a test pin that gives instantaneous armature current feedback. The pin is identified by a half sign wave symbol and is located to the right of the tachometer terminals. An Oscilloscope probe Excessive integral gain can be attached to this pin to monitor the armature current.
  • Page 80: Current Limit Tapers

    For more information refer to section 11.23.4 Current limit tapers on page 144. Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 81: Smartcard Operation

    The user is cautioned against saving parameters to data block 200, as • Storing Onboard PLC programs that is where the Quantum MP factory default values are stored. For the • Automatically saving all user parameter changes for maintenance same revision, the user should avoid performing code 999 Erase purposes SMARTCARD.
  • Page 82 Menu SMARTCARD. Changing Pr 11.42 (SE09, 0.30) to Auto (3) and resetting the drive will Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 83: Data Block Header Information

    If there is no data on the card: Pr 11.37 can only have values of 0 or 1000 to 1002. This parameter gives the version number of the data block. SMARTCARD parameters 11.40 SMARTCARD data checksum   0 to 65335 83 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 84 0, 3 or 4. Table 9-5 Pr 11.38 actions Actions Value Result None Inactive Read parameter set from Reading SMARTCARD Program parameter set to the Programming SMARTCARD Auto Auto save Boot Boot mode Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 85: Smartcard Trips

    A compare has been carried out between a data block on a SMARTCARD and the drive and the compare has failed. This trip only occurs if the compare has not already failed with the following trips: C.Typ, C.rtg, C.Optn, C.BUSy, C.Acc or C.Err. 85 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 86 (SE09, 0.30) = boot (4)) on page 82. cArd The drive is writing a parameter set to the SMARTCARD during power- up. For further information please refer to section 9.3.3 Auto saving parameter changes on page 82. Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 87: Onboard Plc

    The Onboard PLC should not be used for time-critical applications. For time-critical applications either the SM-Applications Plus or SM- The Quantum MP has the ability to store and execute a 6kB Onboard Applications Lite V2 Solutions Modules should be used.
  • Page 88: Getting Started

    Information Installation Installation Started parameters Motor Operation Parameters Data Information Figure 10-2 Programming options for Quantum MP Level 4 SM-Applications Plus with SYPT software Level 3 SM-Applications Lite V2 with SYPT software Level 2 SM-Applications Lite V2 with SYPTLite software...
  • Page 89: Onboard Plc Trips

    4064 bytes and each block can be up to 4064 bytes in size. The maximum size of a user program is 4032 bytes so it is guaranteed that any Onboard PLC program downloaded to a Quantum MP will fit on to an empty SMARTCARD. A SMARTCARD can contain a number of Onboard PLC programs until the capacity of the card is used.
  • Page 90: Advanced Parameters

    Menu 0 parameters. In some cases, the function or range of a parameter is affected by the setting of another parameter; the information in the lists relates to the default condition of such parameters. Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 91: Table 11-3 Feature Look-Up Table

    9.14 9.15 9.16 9.17 9.18 9.19 9.20 Marker pulse 3.32 3.31 Maximum speed 1.06 Menu 0 set up 22.01 to 22.21 Menu 22 Minimum speed 1.07 10.04 Modules - number of 11.35 91 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 92 Variable selector 1 12.08 to 12.15 Variable selector 2 12.28 to 12.35 Velocity feed forward 1.39 1.40 Voltage rating 11.33 5.09 5.05 Warning 10.19 10.17 10.18 10.40 Zero speed indicator bit 3.05 10.03 Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 93: Table

    The user can select a maximum for Pr 4.08 (torque reference) and Pr 4.20 (percentage load) to give suitable [1000.0%] scaling for analog I/O with Pr 4.24. This maximum is subject to a limit of CURRENT_LIMIT_MAX. USER_CURRENT_MAX = Pr 4.24 93 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 94 The maximum power has been chosen to allow for the maximum power that can be output by the drive with POWER_MAX maximum DC output voltage and maximum controlled current. [9999.99kW] Therefore: POWER_MAX = ARMATURE_VOLTAGE_MAX x DRIVE_CURRENT_MAX The values given in square brackets indicate the absolute maximum value allowed for the variable maximum. Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 95 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Basic Running the SMARTCARD Onboard Advanced Technical Optimization Diagnostics Information Information Installation Installation Started parameters Motor Operation Parameters Data Information 95 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 96: Menu 1: Speed Reference

    Precision-reference update disable 1.20 Input Read-write (RW) 0.XX terminals parameter Precision reference Read-only (RO) Output 0.XX 1.18 parameter Memory terminals 1.19 Precision The parameters are all shown in their default settings reference trim Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 97 1 speed 2 speed 3 Velocity feed-forward 1.05 1.30 1.32 1.34 [1.06] reference Skip Skip Skip reference speed band speed band speed band [1.06] [1.07] *Refer to Pr 1.14 (SE05, 0.26) 97 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 98 OFF (0) or On (1) OFF (0) RW Bit RW Read / Write Read only Unipolar Bi-polar Bit parameter Text string Filtered Destination Not copied Rating dependent Protected User save Power down save Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 99 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Basic Running the SMARTCARD Onboard Advanced Technical Optimization Diagnostics Information Information Installation Installation Started parameters Motor Operation Parameters Data Information 99 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 100: Menu 2: Ramps

    2.19 rate Jog selected 1.13 indicator Reverse Forward accel. rate accel. rate Acceleration Ramp control 2.03 Ramp hold Pre-ramp speed S-Ramp time 2.40 1.03 reference S-Ramp mode 2.41 Ramp rate speed units 2.39 Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 101 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Basic Running the SMARTCARD Onboard Advanced Technical Optimization Diagnostics Information Information Installation Installation Started parameters Motor Operation Parameters Data Information 101 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 102 OFF (0) or On (1) On (1) RW Bit RW Read / Write Read only Unipolar Bi-polar Bit parameter Text string Filtered Destination Not copied Rating dependent Protected User save Power down save Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 103: Menu 3: Speed Feedback And Speed Control

    100ppm, and so the absolute speed accuracy is 100ppm (0.01%) of the reference, when a preset speed is used. If an analog input is used the absolute accuracy is further limited by the absolute accuracy and non-linearity of the analog input. If analog feedback is used the accuracy is even further limited. 103 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 104 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Basic Running the SMARTCARD Onboard Advanced Technical Optimization Diagnostics Information Information Installation Installation Started parameters Motor Operation Parameters Data Information Figure 11-3 Menu 3 logic diagram Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 105 RO Bit 3.58 Speed feedback percentage ±100.0% NC PT RW Read / Write Read only Unipolar Bi-polar Bit parameter Text string Filtered Destination Not copied Rating dependent Protected User save Power down save 105 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 106: Menu 4: Torque And Current Control

    Motor current User current overload alarm 10.17 max scaling 4.02 Read-only (RO) Output 0.XX indicator parameter terminals 4.24 Percentage Motor overload load 4.19 accumulator The parameters are all shown at their default settings 4.20 Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 107 OFF (0) or On (1) OFF (0) RW Bit over RW Read / Write Read only Unipolar Bi-polar Bit parameter Text string Filtered Destination Not copied Rating dependent Protected User save Power down save 107 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 108: Menu 5: Motor And Field Control

    Armature Irated MA1 MA2 rated voltage MA1 MA2 Machine 5.06 armature voltage 5.52 Filtered drop current magnitude Armature Input Read-write (RW) resistance 0.XX terminals parameter 4.02 5.61 Read-only (RO) Output 0.XX parameter terminals Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 109 1 Motor saturation 5.30 breakpoint 2 Field rated 5.70 current Rated field 5.74 compensation factor Field overload calculation Field thermal 5.81 time constant Field overload 5.82 accumulator Field current 5.56 feedback 109 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 110 Continuous 5.83 5.26 enable autotune Read-only (RO) Quadrant Output 0.XX Field flux 5.24 Field weakening parameter 4 enable terminals 5.84 threshold compensation 5.28 disable Motor torque Speed error 5.32 5.86 per amp invert Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 111 RW Uni 5.84 Field flux threshold 0 to 100% RW Uni 5.85 Flux demand invert 0 to 1 RO Bit NC PT 5.86 Speed error invert 0 to 1 RO Bit NC PT 111 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 112: Menu 6: Sequencer And Clock

    Disable multi module 6.49 drive module number storing Input Read-write (RW) 0.XX terminals parameter Read-only (RO) Output 0.XX parameter terminals The parameters are all shown at their default settings Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 113 Drive active falling edge delay 0 to 255 RW Uni RW Read / Write Read only Unipolar Bi-polar Bit parameter Text string Filtered Destination Not copied Rating dependent Protected User save Power down save 113 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 114: Menu 7: Analog I/O

    Current ??.?? magnitude Read-only (RO) Output 0.XX 7.23 7.24 4.01 parameter terminals Analog Analog ??.?? output 2 output 2 The parameters are all shown at their default settings scaling mode selector Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 115 SCR / Thyristor junction temperature 0 to 150°C RO Uni NC PT RW Read / Write Read only Unipolar Bi-polar Bit parameter Text string Filtered Destination Not copied Rating dependent Protected User save Power down save 115 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 116: Menu 8: Digital I/O

    T26 digital I/O 3 T26 digital 6.04 8.23 I/O 3 source/ Start/stop destination logic select 8.29 8.30 T26 digital 8.13 I/O polarity Open collector unprotected I/O 3 invert select output parameter ??.?? x(-1) ??.?? Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 117 Drive enable External trip Read-only (RO) Output 0.XX 10.32 x(-1) parameter terminals 8.29 Drive enable I.O polarity select This logic diagram applies only when all parameters are at their default settings 117 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 118 8.60 Any bit parameter Relay Contactor state Relay 2 enable x(-1) Destination Any bit 5V (On) parameter state Start Key Destination 5V (On) Any bit parameter state Reverse Key Toggle enable Pr 8.52 Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 119 Pr 0.00 to 22.99 Pr 0.00 RW Uni DE PT US RW Read / Write Read only Unipolar Bi-polar Bit parameter Text string Filtered Destination Not copied Rating dependent Protected User save Power down save 119 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 120: Menu 9: Programmable Logic, Motorized Pot And Binary Sum

    100 ms delay (set by Pr 9.09) before sending it to Pr 10.32. Pr 9.05 is set to 1 to invert the signal from the SM- Figure 11-12 Menu 9 logic diagram: Programmable logic 17.06 External trip 10.32 Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 121 Function disabled if set to a non valid destination 9.31 Binary-sum logic fours (MSB) Input Read-write (RW) 0.XX terminals parameter Read-only (RO) Output 0.XX parameter terminals The parameters are all shown at their default settings 121 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 122 Logic block 2 mode 0 to 4 RW Uni RW Read / Write Read only Unipolar Bi-polar Bit parameter Text string Filtered Destination Not copied Rating dependent Protected User save Power down save Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 123: Menu 10: Status And Trips

    OFF (0) or On (1) RO Bit 10.75 Armature voltage clamp active OFF (0) or On (1) RO Bit 10.76 Phase rotation 0 to 15 RO Txt 10.77 Input frequency 0 to 100.00 RO Uni 123 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 124: Menu 11: General Drive Set-Up

    * Modes 1 and 2 are not US (i.e. not saved when drive parameters are saved), mode 3 and 4 are US. Therefore this parameter can only be saved to EEPROM if it has a value of 0, 3 or 4. Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 125: Menu 12: Threshold Detectors, Variable Selectors And Brake Control Function

    Threshold Threshold Threshold Detector 2 Detector 2 Detector 2 input source hysteresis output invert Hysteresis Input Read-write (RW) Threshold 0.XX terminals parameter level Read-only (RO) Output 0.XX parameter terminals Threshold output 125 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 126 Any variable 12.35 ??.?? control parameter Variable selector 2 ??.?? input 2 scaling 12.34 ??.?? Variable selector 2 12.29 input 2 source Input Read-write (RW) 0.XX terminals parameter Read-only (RO) Output 0.XX parameter terminals Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 127 Pr 12.46 Pr 12.48 1 Wait for armature current and fully fluxed machine 2. Post-brake release delay 3. Wait for speed threshold 4. Wait for brake apply speed delay 5. Brake apply delay 127 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 128 OFF (0) or On (1) OFF (0) RW Bit RW Read / Write Read only Unipolar Bi-polar Bit parameter Text string Filtered Destination Not copied Rating dependent Protected User save Power down save Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 129 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Basic Running the SMARTCARD Onboard Advanced Technical Optimization Diagnostics Information Information Installation Installation Started parameters Motor Operation Parameters Data Information 129 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 130: Menu 13: Position Control

    3.28 3.29 Encoder 13.05 Slot 1 15.04 15.05 15.06  Position Slot 2 16.04 16.05 16.06 Limited to      Slot 3 17.04 17.05 17.06 Orientation position 13.13 reference Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 131 13.14 Orientation Input Read-write (RW) 0.XX terminals parameter Orientation Read-only (RO) Output 0.XX position parameter terminals 13.15 complete This logic diagram applies only when all parameters are at their default settings 131 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 132 13.24 Ignore local reference turns OFF (0) or On(1) OFF (0) RW Bit RW Read / Write Read only Unipolar Bi-polar Bit parameter Text string Filtered Destination Not copied Rating dependent Protected User save Power down save Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 133 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Basic Running the SMARTCARD Onboard Advanced Technical Optimization Diagnostics Information Information Installation Installation Started parameters Motor Operation Parameters Data Information 133 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 134: Menu 14: User Pid Controller

    Getting Basic Running the SMARTCARD Onboard Advanced Technical Optimization Diagnostics Information Information Installation Installation Started parameters Motor Operation Parameters Data Information 11.14 Menu 14: User PID controller Figure 11-19 Menu 14 logic diagram Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 135 0.XX parameter terminals The parameters are all shown at their default settings *The PID controller is only enabled if Pr 14.16 is set to a non Pr xx.00 and unprotected destination parameter. 135 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 136 ±100.00% NC PT 14.22 PID error ±100.00% NC PT RW Read / Write Read only Unipolar Bi-polar Bit parameter Text string Filtered Destination Not copied Rating dependent Protected User save Power down save Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 137: Menus 15, 16 And 17: Solutions Module Slots

    SM-I/O120V Solutions Module parameter settings The Quantum MP drive system uses a SM-I/O120V solutions module in slot 3 to provide the 120 Vac digital logic control inputs for the drive functions. This module comes pre-wired to the Quantum MP 120 Vac I/O user terminals C1-C16 through the MP10 terminal block. The table includes the default parameter settings to match the Quantum MP 120 Vac I/O user terminals C1-C16 to the functional descriptions given in Control Connections 120V User I/O control terminal specifications on page 50 in this document.
  • Page 138 17.26 Menu T8 digital Input 6 17.16 10.32 ??.?? 0.00 x(-1) ??.?? Input Read-write (RW) 0.XX terminals parameter Read-only (RO) Output 0.XX parameter terminals The parameters are all shown at their default settings Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 139 RW Uni DE 17.26 T8 digital input 6 destination PR 0.00 to PR 21.51 PR 0.00 RW Uni DE 17.27 Relay 1 source PR 0.00 to PR 21.51 PR 0.00 RW Uni 139 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 140: Menu 18: Application Menu 1

    All menu 20 parameters are transferred to the SMARTCARD when a 4yyy transfer is performed. See section 9.3.1 Writing to the SMARTCARD on page 82 for more information. RW Read / Write Read only Unipolar Bi-polar Bit parameter Text string Filtered Destination Not copied Rating dependent Protected User save Power down save Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 141: Menu 21: Second Motor Parameters

    23.02 Or of per defined sub block enables 0 to 127 RO Uni NC PT 23.03 to Pre defined sub block enable OFF (0) or On (1) On (1) RW Bit 23.09 141 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 142: Advanced Features

    (rdy), inhibit (inh) or trip states. Precision reference Preset references If Precision reference is selected the speed reference is given Pr 1.18 Preset references 1 to 8 are contained in Pr 1.21 to Pr 1.28. and Pr 1.19. Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 143 + final speed demand Therefore the ramp time is increased by a factor of 1.5. - resultant torque -resultant torque This mode of operation can be used where torque control is required, but 143 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 144 The drive operates under speed control, but a torque value may be added to the output of the speed controller. This can be used to improve the regulation of systems where the speed loop gains need to be low for stability. Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 145 • Manually set Pr 6.04 to 4, Pr 6.40 to 0, Pr 8.22 to 10.33, Pr 8.23 to 6.30, and Pr 8.24 to 6.32. Run Permit Fwd/Rev Fwd/Rev Continuous contact Momentary contact 145 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 146 When the position is within the window defined by Pr 13.14, the ori- entation complete indication is given in Pr 13.15. The stop mode selected by Pr 6.01 has no effect if orientation is enabled. Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 147: Technical Data

    12.1.7 Line reactors maximum de-rating of 20% at 3000m. The Quantum MP, in common with all naturally commutated SCR drives, Table 12-1 480V current ratings causes voltage notches at the input supply terminals. In order to avoid disturbance to other equipment using the same supply, the addition of...
  • Page 148: Table 12-6 Ip Rating Degrees Of Protection

    IP Rating -3 dB/octave from 20 to 200 Hz The Quantum MP size 1 is rated to IP20 pollution degree 2 (dry, non- Duration: 30 minutes in each of 3 mutually perpendicular axes. conductive contamination only) except around the top of the drive where Sinusoidal Vibration Test the IP rating is IP00.The Quantum MP size 2 is rated IP00.
  • Page 149: Cable And Fuse Size Ratings

    100% ripple has been assumed for the given ratings. NOTE The cable sizing selected when installing a Quantum MP must comply 1. The maximum cable size is defined by the power terminal housing with the local wiring regulations. The information provided in this section using 90°C (194°F) rated cables as per Table A.52-5 of the...
  • Page 150 North American style stud-mount 500 Vac QMP155A4(R) 250A FWH-250A 3701-55250 QMP210A4(R) 350A FWH-350A 3701-500350 Table 12-15 Ferraz Shawmut dc protection (ARMATURE) fusing for 480V size 1 drives (Included in Quantum MP) Rating Rating Control Techniques Model Fuse type Catalog number number QMP45A4R A70QS80-4...
  • Page 151 Information Installation Installation Started parameters Motor Operation Parameters Data Information Table 12-16 Cooper Bussmann dc protection (ARMATURE) fusing for 480V size 1 drives (Included in Quantum MP) Rating Rating Control Techniques Model Fuse type Catalog number number QMP45A4R FWP-90B 3701-7000090...
  • Page 152: Table 12-23 Cooper Bussmann 120 Vac I/O Protection Fusing

    0.5A ATQR1/2 212011-05 Size 2 10x38mm ferrule 600 Vac ATQR1 3708-500100 Table 12-23 Cooper Bussmann 120 Vac I/O protection fusing for 480V size 1 drives (Included in Quantum MP) Rating Rating Control Techniques Model Fuse type Catalog number number Size 1...
  • Page 153: Table 12-30 Suppression Resistor (Sr+ And Sr-) Terminals

    12.2.3 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) QMP210A4(R) This is a summary of the EMC performance of the drive. For full details, refer to the Quantum MP EMC data sheet which can be obtained from QMP350A4(R) the supplier of the drive. QMP400A4(R) Table 12-31 Immunity compliance...
  • Page 154: Optional External Emc Filters

    QMP350A4(R) QMP400A4(R) FN3359-800-99 FN3280H-8-29 QMP550A4(R) QMP700A4(R) * This filter is required if the input current to the Quantum MP will be 12.3.1 Typical short-term overload limits greater than 66Amps. The maximum percentage overload limit changes depending on the selected motor Variations in motor rated current will result in changes in the maximum possible overload as detailed in the Advanced User Guide.
  • Page 155 Figure 12-2 Quantum MP size 1A derating for extended ambient operation QMP75A4 (R) QMP45A4 (R) Ambient temperature ( C) ° Figure 12-3 Quantum MP size 1B derating for extended ambient operation QMP210A4 (R) QMP155A4 (R) Ambient temperature ( C) ° 155...
  • Page 156 Installation Installation Started parameters Motor Operation Parameters Data Information Figure 12-4 Quantum MP size 2A derating for extended ambient operation QMP550A4(R) QMP400A4(R) (No derating necessary) QMP350A4(R) Ambient temperature (°C) Figure 12-5 Quantum MP size 2B derating for extended ambient operation...
  • Page 157: Diagnostics

    Wait for the Solutions Module to finish accessing the SMARTCARD and then re-attempt the required function C.Chg SMARTCARD trip: Data location already contains data Erase data in data location Write data to an alternative data location 157 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 158 Check encoder power supply is set correctly in Pr 3.36 (Fb06, 0.76) Replace feedback device If wire break detection on the main drive encoder input is not required, set Pr 3.40 = 0 to disable the Enc2 trip EnC3 Drive encoder trip: Overload Overload Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 159 Hardware fault - return drive to supplier HF09 Data processing error: Heap overflow Hardware fault - return drive to supplier HF10 Data processing error: Router error Hardware fault - return drive to supplier 159 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 160 If this parameter is set to zero, the over speed threshold is automatically set to 1.2 x Pr 1.06 (SE02, 0.23) or Pr 1.07 (SE01, 0.22). Reduce the speed loop gain (Pr 3.10 (SP01, 0.61)) and speed integral (Pr 3.11 (SP02, 0.62)) to prevent speed overshoot. Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 161 If the trip persists, contact the supplier of the drive. S.Old The maximum power the over voltage suppressor can handle has been exceeded Check the recommended line reactors are installed Check the recommended external suppressor resistor is installed 161 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 162 Motor thermistor trip Check motor temperature Check thermistor continuity Set Pr 7.15 (in01, 0.81) = VOLt and reset the drive to disable this function th.Err Missing SCR Hardware fault - return drive to supplier Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 163 *If a tunE through tunE 7 trip occurs, then after the drive is reset the drive cannot be made to run unless it is disabled via the drive enable parameter (Pr 6.15) or the control word (Pr 6.42). 163 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 164: Trip Categories

    Under voltage trip cannot be reset by the user, but is automatically Self reseting trips reset by the drive when the supply voltage is with specification. Unless otherwise stated, trips cannot be reset until 1.0s after the trip has been accepted by the drive Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue: A4...
  • Page 165: Alarm Indications

    The Onboard PLC program continues to run if the drive is tripped, except Drive active, but holding zero speed. if one of Onboard PLC program trips occur. triP Tripped Disabled Drive is tripped. 165 Quantum MP User Guide Issue: A4 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 166: Ul Information

    Information UL Information 14.5 UL Listed accessories • SM-Keypad Quantum MP frame size 1 drives have been assessed to comply with • MP-Keypad both ULus and cUL requirements.Control Techniques UL file number is • SM-DeviceNet E58592. Confirmation of UL listing can be found at website: www.ul.com •...
  • Page 167: List Of Tables

    Table 4-10 Ferraz Shawmut semiconductor (LINE) fusing for for 480V size 1 drives (Customer supplied) 150 480V size 1 drives (Included in Quantum MP) 40 Table 12-12 Cooper Bussmann branch circuit protection fusing Table 4-11 Ferraz Shawmut dc protection (ARMATURE)
  • Page 168 152 Table 12-30 Suppression Resistor (SR+ and SR-) terminals ... Table 12-31 Immunity compliance ........153 Table 12-32 Size 1 emission compliance ......153 Table 12-33 Quantum MP and EMC filter cross reference .154 Table 13-1 Trip indications ..........157 Table 13-2 Serial communications look-up table ....164...
  • Page 169: Index

    Encoder supply voltage ............70 Ramps .................. 100 Encoder type ................71 Reference modes ..............142 Encoder types .................54 Relative jogging ..............146 Resolution ................103 Rigid position control ............146 Fan ....................5 Field control ................108 169 Quantum MP User Guide Issue Number: A3 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 170 Torque control with speed override ........143 Torque feed-forward .............144 Torque modes ...............143 Torque settings ..............23 Trip ..................157 Trip Indications ..............157 Variable maximums ..............93 Variable selectors ..............125 Velocity feed forward ............146 Vibration ................148 Warnings ...................5 Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue Number: A3...
  • Page 173 Graphics/MOV disconnect.wmf 37 Graphics/UL lab.wmf 13 Graphics/MOV Sz2 disconnect.wmf 37 Graphics/Heat label.wmf 13 Graphics/Caution_AQ.wmf 38 Graphics/Heat label.wmf 13 Graphics/Warning_AQ.wmf 39 Graphics/Grommets6.wmf 13 Graphics/Warning_AQ.wmf 42 Graphics/Term shrouds.wmf 13 Graphics/RemoveAuxFuse.eps 42 Graphics/Mountfeet.wmf 13 Graphics/ExternalSuppressor.eps 42 1 Quantum MP User Guide Issue Number: A3 www.emersonct.com...
  • Page 174 Graphics/Menu 8 LD Switch_MP.wmf 118 Graphics/ButMode.wmf 62 Graphics/menu9LDa_MP.eps 120 Graphics/ButMode.wmf 62 Graphics/menu9LDb12.wmf 121 Graphics/Pr 3.02 UG.wmf 68 Graphics/menu12a_aug_iss6.wmf 125 Graphics/Caution_AQ.wmf 72 Graphics/menu12b_aug_iss6.wmf 126 Graphics/Warning_AQ.wmf 72 Graphics/Menu12BrkMPUG1.eps 127 Graphics/Caution_AQ.wmf 72 Graphics/Menu12BrakeSeq.eps 127 Graphics/Caution_AQ.wmf 72 Graphics/Menu13LD_MP.wmf 130 Quantum MP User Guide www.emersonct.com Issue Number: A3...
  • Page 175 Graphics/Max overload.wmf 154 Graphics/Sz1A Derating.eps 155 Graphics/Sz1B Derating.eps 155 Graphics/Sz 2A Deratingi3.eps 156 Graphics/Sz 2B Derating.eps 156 Graphics/Warning_AQ.wmf 157 Graphics/AOC Trip.wmf 157 Graphics/Chapt12keypad.wmf 157 Graphics/Status_LED2.eps 157 Graphics/ButStop.wmf 158 Graphics/ButStop.wmf 158 Graphics/ButStop.wmf 158 3 Quantum MP User Guide Issue Number: A3 www.emersonct.com...

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