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SmartVFD COMPACT
Variable Frequency Drives
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  • Page 1 Honeywell User Manual SmartVFD COMPACT Variable Frequency Drives for Constant and Variable Torque Applications...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    3.1 SmartVFD COMPACT technical data ........9 3.2 Power ratings .................11 3.2.1 SmartVFD COMPACT - Mains voltage 208 - 240 V, 1~ 11 3.2.2 SmartVFD COMPACT - Mains voltage 208 - 240 V, 3~ 11 3.2.3 SmartVFD COMPACT - Mains voltage 115 V, 1~..12 3.2.4 SmartVFD COMPACT - Mains voltage 380 - 480 V, 3~ 12...
  • Page 3 Honeywell 8.1 General...................35 8.2 Display..................35 8.3 Keypad ...................36 8.4 Navigation on the SmartVFD COMPACT control panel ..37 8.4.1 Main menu ..............37 8.4.2 Reference menu ............38 8.4.3 Monitoring menu ............38 8.4.4 Parameter menu ............40 8.4.5 Fault history menu ............41 9. GENERAL PURPOSE APPLICATION PARAMETERS ....42 9.1 Quick setup parameters (Virtual menu, shows when par.13.1 =...
  • Page 4: Safety

    The motor terminals U, V, W (T1, T2, T3) and the possible brake resistor terminals -/+ are live when SmartVFD COMPACT is con- nected to mains, even if the motor is not running. The control I/O-terminals are isolated from the mains potential.
  • Page 5 Safety Honeywell If SmartVFD COMPACT is disconnected from mains while running the motor, it remains live if the motor is energized by the process. In this case the motor functions as a generator feeding energy to the frequency converter. After disconnecting the frequency converter from the mains, wait until the fan stops and the indicators on the display go out.
  • Page 6: Safety Instructions

    Do not open the cover of SmartVFD COMPACT. Static voltage dis- charge from your fingers may damage the components. Opening the cover may also damage the device. If the cover of SmartVFD COMPACT is opened, warranty becomes void.
  • Page 7: Before Running The Motor

    Safety Honeywell 1.4 BEFORE RUNNING THE MOTOR Checklist: Before starting the motor, check that the motor is mounted properly and ensure that the machine connected to the motor allows the motor to be started. Set the maximum motor speed (frequency) according to the motor and the machine connected to it.
  • Page 8: Receipt Of Delivery

    A = 110 V B = 208 V - 230 V C = 480 V D = 600 V Phases 1 = Single Phase 3 = Triple Phase Product Family HVFDCD = Honeywell SmartVFD COMPACT Figure 2.1: SmartVFD COMPACT type designation code...
  • Page 9: Storage

    Variable frequency drive devices (VFD) and accessories: new products for thirty-six (36) months and factory refurbished drives for twelve (12) months from date of in- stallation when start-up and commissioning is performed by Honeywell VFD Author- ized and trained personnel. All VFD warranty return products must have prior authorization (Form No.
  • Page 10: Technical Data

    Field weakening point 30…320 Hz Control characteristics Acceleration time 0.1…3000 sec Deceleration time 0.1…3000 sec 100%*T with brake option (only in 3~ drives Braking torque sizes MI2 and MI3) 30%*T without brake option Table 3.1 : SmartVFD COMPACT technical data...
  • Page 11 N): Without RFI filter For EMC: EN61800-3, Standards For safety: UL508C, EN61800-5-1 Certificates and For safety: CB, CE, UL, cUL, manufacturer’s For EMC: CE, CB, c-tick declarations of (see unit nameplate for more detailed approvals) conformity Table 3.1 : SmartVFD COMPACT technical data...
  • Page 12: Power Ratings

    MI2 1.5 HVFDCD1B0030xxx 14.4 15.8 MI3 2.18 Table 3.2 : SmartVFD COMPACT power ratings, 208 - 240 V, 1~ 3.2.2 SmartVFD COMPACT - Mains voltage 208 - 240 V, 3~ Mains voltage 208-240 V, 50/60 Hz, 3~ series Motor Nominal...
  • Page 13: Smartvfd Compact - Mains Voltage 115 V, 1

    MI1 1.2 HVFDCD3C0010xxx MI1 1.2 HVFDCD3C0015xxx MI2 1.5 HVFDCD3C0020xxx MI2 1.5 HVFDCD3C0030xxx MI2 1.5 HVFDCD3C0040xxx 11.4 MI3 2.18 HVFDCD3C0050xxx 13.5 11.5 MI3 2.18 HVFDCD3C0075xxx 12.0 18.0 14.9 MI3 2.18 Table 3.5 : SmartVFD COMPACT power ratings, 380 - 480 V, 1~...
  • Page 14: Smartvfd Compact - Mains Voltage 600 V, 3

    10.4 MI3 2.18 Table 3.6 : SmartVFD COMPACT power ratings 600 V, 3~ Note 1: The input currents are calculated values with 100 kVA line transformer supply. Note 2: The mechanical dimensions of the units are given in Chapter 4.1.1.
  • Page 15: Installation

    Honeywell 4. INSTALLATION 4.1 MECHANICAL INSTALLATION There are two possible ways to mount the SmartVFD COMPACT to the wall; either screw or DIN-rail mounting. The mounting dimensions are given on the back of the drive and on the following page.
  • Page 16: Smartvfd Compact Dimensions

    Installation Honeywell 4.1.1 SmartVFD COMPACT dimensions Honeywell Figure 4.3: SmartVFD COMPACT dimensions, MI1-MI3 Type 10.3 Table 4.1 : SmartVFD COMPACT dimensions in inches...
  • Page 17: Cooling

    Honeywell 4.1.2 Cooling Forced air flow cooling is used in all SmartVFD COMPACT drives. Enough free space must be left above and below the frequency converter to ensure sufficient air circulation and cooling. The required dimensions for free space are giv-...
  • Page 18: Changing The Emc Protection Class From C2 Or C3 To C4 For It Networks

    4.1.4 Changing the EMC protection class from C2 or C3 to C4 for IT net- works The EMC protection class of SmartVFD COMPACT frequency converters can be changed from class C2 or C3 to class C4 for IT networks by removing the EMC- capacitor disconnecting screw, see figure below.
  • Page 19: Cabling And Connections

    3~ (230V, 400V, 600V) (230, 400V) 1~ (230V) 1~ (115V) Motor out L1 L2/N L3 R+ R- U/T1 V/T2 W/T3 Strip the plastic cable coating for 360° earthing BRAKE MOTOR MAINS RESISTOR Figure 4.5: SmartVFD COMPACT power connections, MI2 - MI3...
  • Page 20: Control Cabling

    Installation Honeywell 4.2.2 Control cabling Attach the support AFTER installing the power cables Attach this plate BEFORE installing the power cables Figure 4.6: Mount the PE- plate and API cable support...
  • Page 21 Installation Honeywell Figure 4.7: Open the lid Control cable tightening torque: 3 in-lbs Strip the plastic cable coating for 360° earthing Figure 4.8: Install the control cables. See Chapter 7.2...
  • Page 22: Cable And Fuse Specifications

    [AWG] [AWG] [AWG] [AWG] P25 - P75 1,7-3,7 2*15+15 15-11 15-11 20-15 20-15 1P1 - 1P5 4,8-7,0 2*13+13 15-11 15-11 20-15 20-15 2*9+9 15-9 15-9 20-15 20-15 Table 4.6 : Cable and fuse sizes for SmartVFD COMPACT, 208 - 240V...
  • Page 23: General Cabling Rules

    20-15 20-15 Table 4.7 : Cable and fuse sizes for SmartVFD COMPACT, 380 - 480V Note! To fulfil standard EN61800-5-1, the protective conductor should be at least AWG 7 Cu or AWG 5 Al. Another possibility is to use an additional protective con- ductor of at least the same size as the original one.
  • Page 24: Stripping Lengths Of Motor And Mains Cables

    Installation Honeywell 4.2.5 Stripping lengths of motor and mains cables Ground conductor 0.3 in 0.3 in 1.4 in 0.8 in Figure 4.9: Stripping of cables Note! Strip also the plastic cover of the cables for 360 degree grounding. See Fig- ures 4.4, 4.5 and 4.8.
  • Page 25: Cable And Motor Insulation Checks

    Installation Honeywell 4.2.7 Cable and motor insulation checks These checks can be performed as follows if motor or cable insulations are suspect- ed to be faulty. 1. Motor cable insulation checks Disconnect the motor cable from terminals U/T1, V/T2 and W/T3 of the frequency converter and from the motor.
  • Page 26: Commissioning

    5. COMMISSIONING Before commissioning, note the warnings and instructions listed in Chapter 1! 5.1 COMMISSIONING STEPS OF SMARTVFD COMPACT Read carefully the safety instructions in Chapter 1 and follow them. After the installation, make sure that: • both the frequency converter and the motor are grounded.
  • Page 27 Commissioning Honeywell Perform test run without motor. Perform either Test A or Test B: A) Control from the I/O terminals: • Turn the Start/Stop switch to ON position. • Change the frequency reference (potentiometer). • Check in the Monitoring Menu that the value of Output frequency changes according to the change of frequency reference.
  • Page 28: Smartvfd Compactfault Tracing

    Fault Tracing Honeywell 6. SMARTVFD COMPACTFAULT TRACING Note: The fault codes listed in this chapter are visible if the Application Interface has a display, like e.g. in API FULL or API LIMITED or if a personal computer has been connected to the drive.
  • Page 29 Fault Tracing Honeywell Fault Fault name Possible cause Correcting actions code Reset the fault and restart. Should the fault re-occur, contact the distributor near • Component failure to you. System fault • Faulty operation NOTE! If fault F8 occurs, find out the subcode of the...
  • Page 30 Check installation. The data connection between If installation is correct con- Fieldbus fault the fieldbus Master and the tact the nearest Honeywell fieldbus of the drive broken distributor. Run command was removed before comple- tion of identification run. Identification fault...
  • Page 31 Fault Tracing Honeywell F08 SubCode Fault Watchdog reset SW stack overflow HW stack overflow Misalignment Illegal op PLL lost lock / Low CPU voltage EEPROM Device EEPROM Queue full MPI communication (dead or CRC errors) CPU load External oscillator Fault in Power triggered by user Table 6.2: Fault subcodes from power...
  • Page 32: Smartvfd Compact Application Interface

    Tableau 7.1 : Available Application Interfaces This section provides you with a description of the I/O-signals for these versions and instructions for using the SmartVFD COMPACT general purpose application. The frequency reference can be selected from the analogue inputs, fieldbus, preset speeds or keypad.
  • Page 33 Honeywell • Protections and supervisions (all fully programmable; off, warn- ing, fault): • Current signal input fault • External fault • Undervoltage fault • Earth fault • Motor thermal, stall and underload protection • Fieldbus communication Special features in API Full and API Limited: •...
  • Page 34: Control I/o

    25 RO 21 Active = FAULT 250Vac/2A or 250Vdc/0.4A RO 24 (NC) Table 7.2 : SmartVFD COMPACT General purpose application default I/O configuration and connections for API FULL version P) = Programmable function, see parameter lists and descriptions, chapters 9 and 10.
  • Page 35 250Vac/2A or 250Vdc/ opened) = FAULT 0.4A 25 RO 21 Table 7.3 : SmartVFD COMPACT General purpose application default I/O configuration and connections for API LIMITED version P) = Programmable function, parameter lists and descriptions, chapters 9 and 10. API RS-485...
  • Page 36: Control Panel

    8. CONTROL PANEL 8.1 GENERAL The SmartVFD COMPACT API Full and API Limited versions have similar control panels. The panel is integrated to the drive consisting of corresponding application card and an overlay on the drive cover with status display and button clarifications.
  • Page 37: Keypad

    (keypad control) Start Up Wizard from remote (I/O or fieldbus) and back Figure 8.1: SmartVFD COMPACT Control panel 8.3 KEYPAD The keypad section of the control panel consists of a navigation wheel and START and STOP buttons (see Figure 8.1). The navigation wheel is used for navigating on the panel display, but it also works as a reference potentiometer when KEYPAD has been selected as the control place of the drive.
  • Page 38: Navigation On The Smartvfd Compact Control Panel

    This chapter provides you with information on navigating the menus on SmartVFD COMPACT and editing the values of the parameters. 8.4.1 Main menu The menu structure of SmartVFD COMPACT control software consists of a main menu and several submenus. Navigation in the main menu is shown below: READY RUN...
  • Page 39: Reference Menu

    Control Panel Honeywell 8.4.2 Reference menu READY RUN STOP ALARM FAULT I/O KEYPAD Push to enter Change Push to edit mode value confirm Figure 8.3: Reference menu display Move to the reference menu with the navigation wheel (see Figure 8.2). The refe- rence value can be changed with the navigation wheel as shown in Figure 8.3.
  • Page 40 PI setpoint reference In percent of the maximum actual M1.18 PI feedback value In percent of the maximum error M1.19 PI error value value In percent of the maximum output M1.20 PI Output value Table 8.1 : SmartVFD COMPACT monitoring signals...
  • Page 41: Parameter Menu

    Control Panel Honeywell 8.4.4 Parameter menu In Parameter menu only the Quick setup parameter list is shown by default. By giving the right value 0 to the parameter 13.1 it is possible to open other advanced param- eter groups. The parameter lists and descriptions can be found in chapters 9 and 10.
  • Page 42: Fault History Menu

    Control Panel Honeywell 8.4.5 Fault history menu READY RUN STOP ALARM FAULT READY RUN STOP ALARM FAULT Push I/O KEYPAD I/O KEYPAD Browse faults 1-9 READY RUN STOP ALARM FAULT READY RUN STOP ALARM FAULT Push KEYPAD I/O KEYPAD Browse...
  • Page 43: General Purpose Application Parameters

    Parameters Honeywell 9. GENERAL PURPOSE APPLICATION PARAMETERS On the next pages you can find the lists of parameters within the respective param- eter groups. The parameter descriptions are given in Chapter 10. NOTE: Parameters can only be changed when drive is in stop mode!
  • Page 44: Quick Setup Parameters (virtual Menu, Shows When Par.13.1 = 1)

    Parameters Honeywell 9.1 QUICK SETUP PARAMETERS (VIRTUAL MENU, SHOWS WHEN PAR.13.1 = 1) Code Parameter Unit Default Note Motor nominal Check rating plate on P1.1 voltage the motor Motor nominal Check rating plate on P1.2 50,00 frequency the motor Motor nominal Default applies for a 4- P1.3...
  • Page 45: Motor Settings (control Panel: Menu Par -> P1)

    Parameters Honeywell Code Parameter Unit Default Note Acceleration time from 0 Acceleration P4.2 3000 Hz to maximum fre- time quency Deceleration time from Deceleration P4.3 3000 maximum frequency to time 0 Hz. API FULL and LIM- ITED: 0 = Voltage 0…10 V 1 = Voltage 2…10 V...
  • Page 46 Parameters Honeywell Code Parameter Unit Default Note Motor control 0 = Frequency control P1.8 mode 1 = Speed control 0 = Linear U/f ratio selec- P1.9 1 = Squared tion 2 = Programmable Field weakening P1.10 30,00 50,00 point % of Nominal voltage Voltage at field P1.11...
  • Page 47: Start/stop Setup (control Panel: Menu Par -> P2)

    Parameters Honeywell 9.3 START/STOP SETUP (CONTROL PANEL: MENU PAR -> P2) Code Parameter Unit Default Note 1 = I/O terminal Remote control 2 = Fieldbus P2.1 place (keypad control is activated with par. 2.5) = Ramp P2.2 Start function = Flying start = Coasting P2.3...
  • Page 48: Ramps And Brakes Setup (control Panel: Menu Par -> P4)

    Parameters Honeywell 9.5 RAMPS AND BRAKES SETUP (CONTROL PANEL: MENU PAR -> P4) Code Parameter Unit Default Note 0 = Linear P4.1 Ramp shape 10,0 >0 = S-curve ramp time Acceleration P4.2 3000 time Deceleration P4.3 3000 time 0.2 x DC braking cur- P4.4...
  • Page 49: Digital Inputs (control Panel: Menu Par -> P5)

    Parameters Honeywell 9.6 DIGITAL INPUTS (CONTROL PANEL: MENU PAR -> P5) Code Parameter Unit Default Note 0 = Not used 1 = DI1 2 = DI2 Only in API FULL & LIMITED P5.1 Start signal 1 3 = DI3 4 = DI4 Only in API...
  • Page 50: Analogue Inputs (control Panel: Menu Par -> P6)

    Parameters Honeywell 9.7 ANALOGUE INPUTS (CONTROL PANEL: MENU PAR -> P6) Code Parameter Unit Default Note Only in API FULL & LIMITED API FULL and LIM- ITED: 0 = Voltage 0…10 V 1 = Voltage 2…10 V API LIMITED ONLY: AI1 Signal P6.1...
  • Page 51 Parameters Honeywell 9.8 DIGITAL AND ANALOGUE OUTPUTS(CONTROL PANEL: MENU PAR- >P7) Code Parameter Unit Default Selections Only in API FULL 0 = Not used 1 = Ready 2 = Run 3 = Fault 4 = Fault Inverted Relay output 1 5 = Alarm P7.1...
  • Page 52: Protections (control Panel: Menu Par -> P9)

    Parameters Honeywell 9.9 PROTECTIONS (CONTROL PANEL: MENU PAR -> P9) Code Parameter Unit Default Note Response to 0 = No response P9.1 4mA reference 1 = Alarm fault 2 = Fault, stop acc. to P2.3 Response to 1 = Alarm P9.2...
  • Page 53: Autorestart Parameters (control Panel: Menu Par -> P10)

    Parameters Honeywell 9.10 AUTORESTART PARAMETERS (CONTROL PANEL: MENU PAR -> P10) Code Parameter Unit Default Note Delay before automatic P10.1 Wait time 0,10 10,00 0,50 restart after a fault has disappeared Defines the time before 90,00 the frequency converter (FULL &...
  • Page 54: Easy Usage Menu (control Panel: Menu Par -> P0)

    Parameters Honeywell Code Parameter Unit Default Note 0= Fieldbus 1 = AI1 Only in API FULL P12.6 Feedback source & LIMITED 2 = AI2 Only in API FULL Feedback mini- P12.7 100,0 336 0 = No minimum scaling Feedback maxi- 100,0 = No maximum scal- P12.8...
  • Page 55: System Parameters

    Parameters Honeywell 9.13 SYSTEM PARAMETERS Code Parameter Max Default Note Software information (MENU PAR -> S1) S1.1 API system SW 2314 API system SW S1.2 version S1.3 Power SW ID 2315 S1.4 Power SW version S1.5 Application SW ID Application SW S1.6...
  • Page 56: Parameter Descriptions

    Parameter Descriptions Honeywell 10. PARAMETER DESCRIPTIONS On the next pages you can find the descriptions of certain parameters. The descrip- tions have been arranged according to parameter group and number. 10.1MOTOR SETTINGS (CONTROL PANEL: MENU PAR -> P1) URRENT LIMIT This parameter determines the maximum motor current from the frequency converter.
  • Page 57 Parameter Descriptions Honeywell U[V] Default: Nominal par.1.11 Field weakening voltage of the motor point Linear Squared Default: Nominal frequency of the motor f[Hz] par. 1.14 par.1.10 Figure 10.1: Linear and squared change of motor voltage 2 = Programmable U/f curve: The U/f curve can be programmed with three different points.
  • Page 58 Parameter Descriptions Honeywell 1.10 IELD WEAKENING POINT The field weakening point is the output frequency at which the output voltage reaches the value set with par. 1.11. 1.11 OLTAGE AT FIELD WEAKENING POINT Above the frequency at the field weakening point, the output voltage remains at the value set with this parameter.
  • Page 59 WITCHING FREQUENCY Motor noise can be minimised using a high switching frequency. Increasing the switching frequency reduces the capacity of the frequency converter unit. Switching frequency for SmartVFD COMPACT: 1.5…16 kHz. 1.17 RAKE CHOPPER Note! An internal brake chopper is installed in three phase supply MI2 and MI3...
  • Page 60: Start/stop Setup (control Panel: Menu Par -> P2)

    Local = Keypad is the control place Remote = P2.1 defines the control place TART FUNCTION The user can select two start functions for SmartVFD COMPACT with this pa- rameter: 0 = Ramp start The frequency converter starts from 0 Hz and accelerates to the set frequency reference within the set acceleration time (See detailed de- scription: ID103).
  • Page 61 Parameter Descriptions Honeywell TOP FUNCTION Two stop functions can be selected in this application: 0 = Coasting The motor coasts to a halt without control from the frequency converter after the Stop command. 1 = Ramp stop After the Stop command, the speed of the motor is decelerated accord- ing to the set deceleration parameters.
  • Page 62 Parameter Descriptions Honeywell 1 = DI1 = Start DI2 = Reverse (API FULL & LIMITED) Figure 10.4: Start/Stop logic, selection 1 2 = DI1 = Start pulse DI2 = Stop pulse (API FULL & LIMITED) Figure 10.5: Start/Stop logic, selection 2 3 = DI1 = Start forward, rising edge after fault DI2 = Start reverse, rising edge after fault (API FULL &...
  • Page 63: Frequency References (control Panel: Menu Par -> P3)

    Parameter Descriptions Honeywell OCAL EMOTE This parameter defines whether the control place of the drive is remote (I/O or FieldBus) or Keypad. Keypad can also be selected as control place by press- ing the navigation wheel for 5 seconds. The priority order of selecting control place is 1.
  • Page 64: Ramps & Brakes Setup (control Panel: Menu Par -> P4)

    Parameter Descriptions Honeywell 10.4 RAMPS & BRAKES SETUP (CONTROL PANEL: MENU PAR -> P4) AMP SHAPE 4.10 HAPE The start and end of the acceleration and deceleration ramp can be smoothed with this parameter. Setting value 0 gives a linear ramp shape which causes acceleration and deceleration to act immediately to the changes in the refer- ence signal.
  • Page 65 Parameter Descriptions Honeywell C BRAKING TIME AT START DC-brake is activated when the start command is given. This parameter de- fines the time before the brake is released. After the brake is released, the out- put frequency increases according to the set start function by par. 2.2.
  • Page 66 Parameter Descriptions Honeywell f out f out Output frequency Motor speed Output frequency Motor speed 0,1 x f n DC-braking ON DC-braking ON t = 0,1 x par. 4.7 t = 1 x par. 4.7 STOP STOP Figure 10.8: DC-braking time when Stop mode = Coasting Par.
  • Page 67 Parameter Descriptions Honeywell RAKE Instead of DC braking, flux braking is a useful form of braking with motors of max. 15kW. When braking is needed, the frequency is reduced and the flux in the motor is increased, which in turn increases the motor's capability to brake. Unlike DC braking, the motor speed remains controlled during braking.
  • Page 68: Digital Inputs (control Panel: Menu Par -> P5)

    Parameter Descriptions Honeywell 10.5 DIGITAL INPUTS (CONTROL PANEL: MENU PAR -> P5) The selections for these parameters are: 0 = Not used 1 = DI1 2 = DI2 (API FULL & LIMITED) 3 = DI3 (API FULL & LIMITED) 4 = DI4 (API FULL)
  • Page 69: Analoque Inputs (control Panel: Menu Par -> P6)

    Parameter Descriptions Honeywell 10.6 ANALOQUE INPUTS (CONTROL PANEL: MENU PAR -> P6) & SIGNAL FILTER TIME ONLY IN API FULL LIMITED SIGNAL FILTER TIME ONLY IN API FULL This parameter, given a value greater than 0, activates the function that filters out disturbances from the incoming analogue signal.
  • Page 70: Digital And Analoque Outputs (control Panel: Menu Par -> P7)

    Parameter Descriptions Honeywell 10.7 DIGITAL AND ANALOQUE OUTPUTS (CONTROL PANEL: MENU PAR -> P7) ELAY OUTPUT FUNCTION ELAY OUTPUT FUNCTION ONLY IN API FULL IGITAL OUTPUT FUNCTION ONLY IN API FULL Setting Signal content 0 = Not used Not in operation...
  • Page 71: Motor Thermal Protection (parameters 9.7 - 9.10)

    Parameter Descriptions Honeywell 10.8 MOTOR THERMAL PROTECTION (PARAMETERS 9.7 - 9.10) The motor thermal protection is to protect the motor from overheating. The Honey- well drive is capable of supplying higher than nominal current to the motor. If the load requires this high current there is a risk that the motor will be thermally overloaded.
  • Page 72 Parameter Descriptions Honeywell NDERLOAD PROTECTION 0 = No response 1 = Alarm 2 = Fault, stop according to P2.3 The purpose of the motor underload protection is to ensure that there is load on the motor when the drive is running. If the motor loses its load there might be a problem in the process, e.g.
  • Page 73 Parameter Descriptions Honeywell OTOR COOLING FACTOR AT ZERO SPEED The cooling power can be set between 0-150.0% x cooling power at nominal frequency. See Figure 10.13 P cooling Overload area 100% par.9.9=40% Figure 10.13: Motor cooling power 9.10 OTOR THERMAL TIME CONSTANT This time can be set between 1 and 200 minutes.
  • Page 74 Parameter Descriptions Honeywell Motor temperature Trip area 105% Motor Fault/warning current par. 9.7 Time constant T Q = (I/I T ) 2 x (1-e -t/T ) Time Motor temperature Changes by motor size and adjusted with parameter 9.10 Figure 10.14: Motor temperature calculation 9.11...
  • Page 75: Fault Autorestart Parameters (control Panel: Menu Par -> P10)

    Parameter Descriptions Honeywell 10.9 FAULT AUTORESTART PARAMETERS (CONTROL PANEL: MENU PAR -> P10) 10.2 UTOMATIC RESTART TRIAL TIME The Automatic restart function restarts the frequency converter when the faults have disappeared and the waiting time has elapsed. The time count starts from the first autorestart. If the number of faults occurring during the trial time exceeds three, the fault state becomes active.
  • Page 76: Pi Control Parameters (control Panel: Menu Par -> P12)

    Parameter Descriptions Honeywell 10.10 PI CONTROL PARAMETERS (CONTROL PANEL: MENU PAR -> P12) 12.1 PI A CTIVATION 0 = Not used 1 = PI for motor control 2 = PI for external use (Only in API Full!) 12.2 CONTROLLER GAIN This parameter defines the gain of the PI controller.
  • Page 77: Easy Usage Menu (control Panel: Menu Par -> P9)

    Parameter Descriptions Honeywell 10.11 EASY USAGE MENU (CONTROL PANEL: MENU PAR -> P9) 13.2 D RIVE SETUP With this parameter you can easily set up your drive for four different applica- tions. Note! This parameter is only visible when the Startup Wizard is active. The startup wizard will start in first power-up.
  • Page 78 Parameter Descriptions Honeywell READY RUN STOP A LARM FAULT READY RUN STOP ALARM FAULT READY R UN STOP ALARM FAULT PA R Startup wizard Push to enter Select between shows par 13.2 edit mode. 0 - 3, see below! number.
  • Page 79: Fieldbus Parameters (control Panel: Menu Par -> S2)

    Honeywell 10.12 FIELDBUS PARAMETERS (CONTROL PANEL: MENU PAR -> S2) SmartVFD COMPACT has a built-in Modbus RTU bus interface. The signal level of the interface is in accordance with the RS-485 standard. The built-in Modbus connection of SmartVFD COMPACT supports the following...
  • Page 80: Modbus Process Data

    Parameter Descriptions Honeywell 10.12.3 Modbus process data Process data is an address area for fieldbus control. Fieldbus control is active when the value of parameter 2.1 (Control place) is 3 (=fieldbus). The contents of the pro- cess data has been determined in the application. The following tables present the process data contents in the General Purpose Application.
  • Page 81 Parameter Descriptions Honeywell Status word (output process data) Information about the status of the device and messages is indicated in the Status word. The Status word is composed of 16 bits the meanings of which are described in the table below:...
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