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Short Form Guide
Mentor MP
High performance DC drive 25A
to 7400A, 480V to 690V Two or
four quadrant operation
Part Number: 0476-0003-05
Issue: 5
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  • Page 1 Short Form Guide Mentor MP High performance DC drive 25A to 7400A, 480V to 690V Two or four quadrant operation Part Number: 0476-0003-05 Issue: 5 www.controltechniques.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

    Menu 0 (sub block) ................65 Pre-defined sub blocks ................69 Menu 0 (linear) ..................71 Menu structure ..................72 Advanced menus ...................72 Saving parameters ................74 Restoring parameter defaults ..............75 5.10 Differences between European and USA defaults ........75 Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 4 Trip masking ..................127 UL listing ................128 10.1 Common UL Information ..............128 10.2 AC supply specification ...............128 10.3 Maximum ratings .................128 10.4 Parallel operation ................129 10.5 Safety label ..................129 10.6 UL Listed accessories .................129 Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 5 Refer to the User Guide. An EMC Data Sheet is also available giving detailed EMC information. Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 6: Safety Information

    - for example, an over-speed protection device in case of failure of the speed control, or a fail-safe mechanical brake in case of loss of motor braking. Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 7: Environmental Limits

    Environmental limits Instructions within the supplied data and information within the Mentor MP User Guide regarding transport, storage, installation and the use of the drive must be complied with, including the specified environmental limits. Drives must not be subjected to excessive physical force.
  • Page 8: Electrical Installation

    The drive contains capacitors that remain charged to a potentially lethal voltage after the AC supply has been disconnected. If the drive has been energized, the AC supply must be isolated at least ten minutes before work may continue. Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 9: Product Information

    Product information Introduction The Mentor MP Short Form Guide is designed as a concise aid to drive installation and operation. More information, including the Mentor MP User Guide and Mentor MP Advanced User Guide, can be found on the CD supplied with the drive.
  • Page 10 1050 1200 1800 MP1850A5(R) 1570 1850 2775 1045 1400 *For this rating at 575 V, 150 % overload time is 20 s at 40 °C and 30 s at 35 °C. Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 11: Model Number

    NOTE However, this function is not implemented on firmware versions V01.05.02 and earlier. Model number The way in which the model numbers for the Mentor MP range are formed is described in Figure 2-1. Figure 2-1 Model number 2 0 0...
  • Page 12: Nameplate Description

    The continuous output current ratings given on the rating label are for maximum 40°C (104 °F) and 1000 m altitude. Derating is required for higher ambient temperatures >40°C (104 °F) and higher altitude. For derating information, refer to the Mentor MP User Guide on the CD supplied with the drive.
  • Page 13: Drive Features And Options

    S TORE D CHA RGE 10 min Machine feedback Internal terminals fans FXMP25 Field regulator terminals * A SMARTCARD is provided as standard. For further information, refer to Chapter 7 SMARTCARD operation on page 84. Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 14 2.5.1 Options available for Mentor 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 2-5 Solutions Module identification Solutions Type Color Name...
  • Page 15 /or (Applications) White Applications customer created application software. Enhanced Lite V2 performance over SM-Applications Lite Applications Processor Golden SM-Register processor for running position capture brown functionality with CTNet support. Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 16 Further Details FXMP25 For external control of field windings up to 25A, with field Mode /Reset STORED CHARGE 10 min FXMP25 reversal capability. For further information, please see the FXMP25 User Guide. Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 17: Items Supplied With The Drive

    Risk of Electric Shock Power down unit 10minutes before removing cover UL warning label for heatsink temperature Grounding bracket Terminal cover grommets Terminal shrouds Terminal shroud base covers M4 Screws Mounting feet brackets Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 18: Mechanical Installation

    Many of the drives in this product range weigh in excess of 15 kg (33 lb). Use appropriate safeguards when lifting these models. A full list of drive weights can be found in the Mentor MP User Guide. WARNING IP rating It is the installer’s responsibility to ensure that any enclosure which allows access to...
  • Page 19: Fire Protection

    ) B o t t o m o f f i r e Bottom of fire enclosure e n c l o s u r e Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 20: Terminal Cover Removal

    When replacing the terminal covers the screw should be tightened with a maximum torque of 1 N m (0.7 Ib ft). 3.3.2 Removing the finger-guard and break-outs Figure 3-4 Removing the finger-guard break-outs All sizes Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 21: Mounting Method

    222mm (8.74in) 95mm (3.74in) 1. The two outer holes must be used for mounting the Mentor MP. With the SMARTCARD installed to the drive, the depth measurement increases by 7.6 NOTE mm (0.30 in). Fans are only installed to the MP75A4(R) and MP75A5(R)
  • Page 22 250mm (9.84in) 251mm (9.88in) 124mm (4.88in) 1. The two outer holes must be used for mounting the Mentor MP. With the SMARTCARD installed to the drive, the depth measurement increases by 7.6 NOTE mm (0.30 in). Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 23 It is not necessary to tighten the bottom mounting brackets with the drive in place. The brackets are designed to clamp the drive heatsink against the back plate Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 24 90mm 126mm (3.03in) (3.54in) (4.96in) 141mm (5.55in) 11.5mm (0.45in) (0.20in) 495mm (19.49in) 302mm (11.89in) With the SMARTCARD installed to the drive, the depth measurement increases by 7.6 NOTE mm (0.30 in). Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 25 77mm 90mm (4.96in) (3.03in) (3.54in) 141mm (5.55in) 11.5mm (0.45in) (0.32in) 495mm (19.49in) 302mm (11.89in) With the SMARTCARD installed to the drive, the depth measurement increases by 7.6 NOTE mm (0.30 in). Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 26 452mm (17.8in) 390mm (15.35in) 6mm (0.24in) 27mm 25mm (1.06in) (0.98in) 30mm (1.18in) 25mm (0.98in) 25mm (0.98in) 25mm (0.98in) 25mm (0.98in) 110.8 115.8 (4.36in) (4.56in) 26mm (1.02in) (0.2in) 405mm (15.94) 555mm (21.85in) Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 27 1. M10 eye-bolts can be inserted in the location shown for lifting the drive. These are NOTE not supplied with the drive. With the SMARTCARD installed to the drive, the depth measurement increases by 7.6 NOTE mm (0.30 in). Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 28 Figure 3-13 Size 2D front view and mounting dimensions 452mm (17.8in) 390mm (15.35in) 27mm (0.24in) (1.06in) 26mm (1.02in) 30mm (1.18in) 25mm (0.98in) 25mm (0.98in) 25mm (0.98in) 25mm (0.98in) 25mm (0.98in) 186mm 190mm (7.32in) (7.48in) (0.16in) 405mm (15.94in) 555mm (21.85in) Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 29 1. M10 eye-bolts can be inserted in the location shown for lifting the drive. These are NOTE not supplied with the drive. With the SMARTCARD installed to the drive, the depth measurement increases by 7.6 NOTE mm (0.30 in). Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 30 Figure 3-15 Mounting methods of size 2C / 2D air duct The Mentor MP size 2C and 2D air duct can be turned 180° to suit the customers infrastructure. There is no seal provided with this product for sealing off the gap around the air duct NOTE when mounted.
  • Page 31 2. Place the terminal shroud over the top of the connectors and click into place (3). Figure 3-17 Removing the terminal shrouds on size 1 drives 1. Insert the screwdriver as shown. 2. Lever in the direction shown to unclip the terminal shroud and remove. Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 32 4. For all power connections slide in the terminal shroud sub-assembly in the direction as shown. 5. Insert the 2 x M4 x 16 screws using a pozi drive screwdriver. To remove the terminal shrouds, please reverse the process above. NOTE Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 33: Enclosure

    100mm around the drive. External controller Auxillary supply Armature connection cable Field connection cable Fan air flow data Refer to section 3.7 in the Mentor MP User Guide. Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 34: Electrical Installation

    If the motor load is capable of rotating the motor when the supply is disconnected, then the motor must be isolated from the drive before gaining access to any live parts. For details on the MOV ground (earth) disconnect, refer to the Mentor MP User Guide. NOTE...
  • Page 35: Electrical Connections

    4.8 on page 58. * For fuse ratings refer to section 4.6 Cable and fuse size ratings on page 41. **For further information on EMC filters, please refer to the Mentor MP User Guide. Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 36: Ground Connection

    • Type B must be used with all Mentor MP drives. Only type B ELCB / RCD are suitable for use with Mentor MP drives. WARNING If an external EMC filter is used, a delay of at least 50 ms should be incorporated to ensure spurious trips are not seen.
  • Page 37: Ac Supply Requirements

    The standard drive is rated for a nominal supply voltage up to 480 Vrms. An optional rating of 575 Vrms is available for size 1 drives. An optional rating of 575 Vrms and 690 Vrms is available for size 2 drives. Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 38: Line Reactors

    -10% Line reactors The Mentor MP, in common with all naturally commutated thyristor 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 39 L11, L12 disconnected to the field regulator so there will be no field current. F+, F- Field supply to the motor. MA1, MA2 Refer to the Mentor MP User Guide Table 4-4 Line to line supply Specification Value Maximum nominal supply...
  • Page 40: Control 24 Vdc Supply

    However, the drive will be in the UV trip state unless the line power supply is enabled, therefore diagnostics may not be possible (Power down save parameters are not saved when using the 24V back-up power supply input). Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 41: Cable And Fuse Size Ratings

    A value of 100% ripple has been assumed for the given ratings. The cable sizing selected when installing a Mentor MP must comply with the local wiring regulations. The information provided in this section is provided for guidance purposes only.
  • Page 42 The use of higher temperature rated cable would allow a reduction on the minimum recommended cable size for Mentor MP shown above. For high temperature cable sizing, please refer to the data supplied by the manufacturer of the high temperature cable.
  • Page 43 3. NEC 2005 edition table 310.15(B)(2)(a) shows the adjustment factors for more than three current-carrying conductors in a race way or cable, for 4-6 current- carrying conductors 0.80 derating factor is applied. Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 44 WARNING observe this requirement will cause risk of fire. Ferraz Shawmut fuses are recommended for the Mentor MP. The applications, descriptions and ratings for the Ferraz Shawmut fuses with respect to drives are shown in Table 4-10, Table 4-11, Table 4-12, Table 4-13 and Table 4-14.
  • Page 45 N300093 √ Square body fuse MP155A5 MP210A4 PC30UD69V315EF Q300095 √ MP210A5 MP105A4R PC70UD13C160EF T300604 √ MP105A5R MP155A4R Size 70 PC70UD13C200EF V300605 √ Square body fuse MP155A5R MP210A4R PC70UD12C280EF L300712 √ MP210A5R Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 46 A70QS175-4 A223192 round fuse MP105A5R A70QS Series MP155A4R A70QS250-4 L217406 round fuse MP155A5R A70QS Series MP210A4R A70QS350-4 M211266 round fuse MP210A5R A50QS series are only rated up to 500 Vac. NOTE Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 47 20 x 127 mm Cylindrical F083656 connected in parallel MP75A5R MP105A4R Size 120 Square body D120GC75V160TF R085253 MP105A5R MP155A4R Size 121 Square body D121GC75V250TF Q085252 MP155A5R MP210A4R Size 122 Square body D122GC75V315TF M085249 MP210A5R Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 48 The UL columns above indicate whether the recommended fuse is a UL recognized component and not its conformance to either NEC or UL508a. DC fusing is required on four quadrant (R) drives only. Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 49 S300074 √ MP700A4R PC72UD10C900TF G300869 √ MP700A5 PC32UD69V1000TF S300074 √ MP700A6 PC32UD69V1000TF S300074 MP700A5R PC73UD12C900TF T300512 √ MP700A6R PC73UD12C900TF T300512 MP825A4 PC32UD69V1100TF M300759 √ MP825A5 PC33UD69V1100TF C300083 √ MP825A6 PC33UD69V1100TF C300083 Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 50 A075URD 44 PPASF D1020007A √ fuses MP1200A6 PC232UD69V16CTD W300215 PC273UD11C16CTF J302228 MP1200A5R A075URD 44 PPASF D1020007A √ MP1200A6R PC273UD11C16CTF J302228 MP1850A4 MP1850A4R MP1850A5 ** A075URD 44 PPASF D1020007A √ MP1850A6 MP1850A5R MP1850A6R Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 51 MP700A4 2 x A70QS500-4 in A218431 (x2) parallel MP700A4R MP700A5 2 x A70QS500 in MP700A6 A218431 (x2) parallel MP700A5R MP700A6R A50QS1200-4 C217904 √ MP825A4 2 x A70QS600-4 in Y219993 (x2) parallel Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 52 A5OQS series are only rated up to 500 Vac. NOTE *Application overload limited to infrequent overloads to avoid fuse wear out **Fuse limits applications to those operating at rated current. No cyclic overloads permitted. Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 53 NH4AGG69V630-8 W222107 MP700A5(R) NH4GG69V800-8 K216554 MP700A4(R) MP700A6(R) NH4AGG69V800-8 M222858 MP825A4(R) NH4GG69V800-8 K216554 MP825A5(R) NH4AGG69V800-8 M222858 MP825A6(R) MP900A4(R) MP1200A5(R) MF76GG69V1250 E302753 General Purpose MP1200A4(R) MP1200A6(R) (Round body) MP1850A5(R) MP1850A4(R) MF114GG69V2000 G302755 MP1850A6(R) Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 54 A4BQ800 Z219373 √ MP825A5(R) MP825A6(R) MP900A4(R) A4BQ1000 P216282 √ MP1200A5(R) MP1200A4(R) A4BQ1200 R216790 √ MP1200A6(R) MP1850A5(R) MP1850A4(R) A4BQ2000 B223101 √ MP1850A6(R) USA fuses are only rated up to 600 Vac. NOTE Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 55 MP825A5R MP825A6R MP900A4R D2123GB75V14CTF B090483 MP1200A4R Square body fuses MP1200A5R PC73UD13C630TF (x3) Q300509 (x3) 3 in parallel MP1200A6R MP1850A4R Square body fuses MP1850A5R PC73UD13C700TF (x4) R300510 (x4) 4 in parallel MP1850A6R Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 56 30 ms or less. DC fusing is only required on four quadrant (R) drives. 4.6.2 Alternative fusing Cooper Bussmann or Siba fuses are an acceptable alternative (refer to the Mentor MP User Guide for more details). Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 57: Shield Connections

    Connect the cable as illustrated in Figure 4-6. Assemble and clamp the overall shield to the grounded metallic surfaces at the encoder and at the drive ends of the cable. Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 58: Connecting The Fan On Size 2C And 2D Drives

    A supply needs to be connected to the dual fan unit enclosed within the lower duct on Mentor MP size 2C and 2D. The fans can be configured for a 230 Vac (factory setting) or 115 Vac supply as shown below on the label next to the fan connections. When connecting the fan supply, the screws should be tightened with a maximum torque of 1.2...
  • Page 59 Status relay contacts are over-voltage category II. WARNING A fuse or other over-current protection should be installed to the relay circuit. WARNING For the full terminal descriptions, refer to the Mentor MP User Guide. Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 60 Digital input 4 Analog input 1 Analog input 1/ input 2 select Digital input 5 Analog input 2 Jog forward select Digital input 6 Drive enable * Thermistor disabled by USA defaults. Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 61 4.9.1 Serial communications connections The Mentor MP has a serial communications port (serial port) as standard supporting two wire EIA(RS)-485 communications. Figure 4-9 Serial communications port Table 4-22 RJ45 connections Function 120 Ω Termination resistor RX TX 0V isolated +24V (100 mA)
  • Page 62: 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 Mentor MP. The SM-Keypad has an LED display, and the MP-Keypad has an LCD display. 5.1.1 SM-Keypad (LED) The display consists of two horizontal rows of 7 segment LED displays.
  • Page 63: Keypad Operation

    3. Three control buttons - used to control the drive if keypad mode is selected. Refer to the Mentor MP User Guide for further information. 4. Help button (MP-Keypad only) - displays text briefly describing the selected parameter.
  • Page 64 Drive status = tripped Menu 5. Parameter 5 Trip type (UV = undervolts) 5.05 value Do not change parameter values without careful consideration; incorrect values may cause damage or a safety hazard. WARNING Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 65: Menu 0 (Sub Block)

    When moving between pre-defined header blocks the pre-defined header block is only displayed if the pre-defined block is enabled. When moving between parameters within a block, only valid parameters are displayed. Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 66 Figure 5-5 Sub block navigation SEt UP SE00 SE13 diAGnoS di01 di14 triPS inPut in01 in10 Headers Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 67 Power-down save: parameter automatically saved in drive EEPROM when the under volts (UV) trip occurs. Power-down save parameters are also saved in the drive when the user initiates a parameter save. Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 68 When this parameter is 0 the associated pre-defined block is bypassed. Parameter Description Display 23.03 Set up SEt UP 23.04 Diagnostic diAGnoS 23.05 Trips triPS 23.06 Speed loop SP LOOP 23.07 Serial interface SintEr 23.08 Speed feedback Fb SP 23.09 InPut Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 69: Pre-Defined Sub Blocks

    00.45 5.02 Armature voltage di10 00.46 1.11 Reference enabled indicator di11 00.47 1.12 Reverse selected indicator di12 00.48 1.13 Jog selected indicator di13 00.49 11.29 Software version di14 00.50 0.00 Spare Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 70 Drive encoder lines per 00.75 3.34 Fb05 revolution 00.76 3.36 Encoder supply Fb06 00.77 3.38 Encoder type Fb07 00.78 3.39 Encoder termination select Fb08 00.79 3.27 Encoder speed feedback Fb09 00.80 0.00 Spare Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 71: Menu 0 (Linear)

    8.06 I state 6 in10 For more information on the sub block function please refer to the Mentor 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 72: Menu Structure

    Menus 0 to 23 can be viewed on both keypads. Menus 40 and 41 are specific to the MP-Keypad (LCD). Menus 70 to 91 can be viewed with an MP- Keypad (LCD) only when an SM-Applications module is installed. Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 73 PLC registers PLC registers PLC registers PLC registers PLC registers PLC registers Timer function parameters Digital I/O parameters Status parameters General parameters Fast access parameters Key: = Available X = Not available Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 74: Saving Parameters

    0 to 600 40.22 Turbo browse time interval 0 to 200ms Unidrive SP (0), 40.23 Connected drive type Commander SK (1), Mentor MP (2), Affinity (4), Digitax ST (5) Table 5-4 Menu 41 parameter descriptions Parameter Range( ) 41.00 Parameter 0 0 to 32767 41.01 to...
  • Page 75: Restoring Parameter Defaults

    To deactivate this function, return to Pr xx.00 and enter a value of 0. Please note that this function can be affected by the access level enabled You must refer to section 5.13 Parameter access level and security for further information regarding access levels. Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 76: Parameter Access Level And Security

    Pr 23.02 Pr 0.03 Pr 1.03 .... Pr 22.03 Pr 23.03 ......Pr 0.49 Pr 1.50 .... Pr 22.39 Pr 23.10 Pr 0.90 Pr 1.51 .... Pr 22.40 Pr 23.11 Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 77 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. Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 78: Running The Motor

    Keypad mode Drive enable Drive enable Serial communications Serial communications link Refer to Figure 4-1 Power connections for 480V drive on page 35 for minimum connections to get a motor running. Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 79: Quick Start Commissioning / Start-Up (From European Defaults)

    Set Pr 5.64 = On If field weakening is required SE02 Set maximum speed NOTE For field weakening in Estimated Speed Mode please refer to the Mentor MP User Guide - Chapter 8 Optimization - Field current. Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 80 • Set Pr 5.77 (SE12, 0.33) = On to enable the field. Mentor 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),...
  • Page 81 Action Detail Mentor MP is able to perform either a static, rotating or continuous autotune. The motor must be at a standstill and unloaded before a rotating autotune is enabled. NOTE A rotating autotune cannot be carried out in Estimated speed mode.
  • Page 82: Quick Start Commissioning / Start-Up (From Usa Defaults)

    Pr 5.75 = OFF, setting the rated field current into 5.70 (SE10, 0.31) and setting Pr 5.64 to On. For field weakening in Estimated Speed Mode please refer to the Mentor MP User Guide - Chapter 8 Optimization - Field current.
  • Page 83 • Set Pr 5.77 (SE12, 0.33) = On to enable the field. Mentor 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...
  • Page 84: Smartcard Operation

    1 to 499 can be used to store data. The drive can support SMARTCARDS that have a capacity of between 4kB and 512kB. The usage of the data block locations in the SMARTCARD are shown in Table 7-1. Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 85 The card should not be removed during data transfer because the drive will trip. If a trip occurs you must either try to transfer the data again or, in the case of a card-to-drive transfer, the default parameters should be loaded. Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 86: Transferring Data

    Where yyy indicates the data block number 001 to 999, refer to Table 7-1 for restrictions on data block numbers. NOTE If the read only flag is set then only codes 6yyy or 9777 are effective. Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
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  • Page 88: Advanced Parameters

    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 *Refer to Pr 1.14 (SE05, 0.26). Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 89 1.39 [1.06] Skip Skip Skip speed 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] Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 90: Menu 2: Ramps

    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 Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 91 3.18 = Motor and load inertia 2.38 5.32 Motor torque per amp Inertia compensation torque ** For more information refer to the ‘Advanced parameters’ section in the Mentor MP User Guide. Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 92: Menu 3: Speed Feedback And Speed Control

    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. Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 93 The parameters are all shown at their default settings * If Pr 5.28 (Field weakening compensation disable) is set to ‘OFF (0)’ a multiplication factor is applied to the speed loop gains when the flux is below 100%. Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 94: Menu 4: Torque And Current Control

    Overload detection Current limits magnitude Thermal 4.05 Motoring time 4.15 constant Current 4.01 Regenerating measurement Thermal protection Filtered current Symmetrical mode magnitude User current max scaling 4.02 4.24 Percentage load 4.20 Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 95 Input Read-write (RW) 0.XX terminals parameter Motor current overload alarm 10.17 Read-only (RO) Output 0.XX indicator parameter terminals Motor overload 4.19 accumulator The parameters are all shown at their default settings Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 96: Menu 5: Motor And Field Control

    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 Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
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  • Page 98 5.14 contactor 5.16 A1 A2 A1 A2 5.02 MA1 MA2 Input Read-write (RW) 0.XX terminals Armature parameter MA1 MA2 voltage Machine Read-only (RO) 5.06 armature Output 0.XX parameter voltage terminals Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 99 1 Motor saturation 5.30 breakpoint 2 Field rated 5.70 current Rated field 5.74 Field overload calculation compensation factor Field thermal 5.81 time constant Field overload Field current 5.82 5.56 accumulator feedback Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 100: Menu 6: Sequencer And Clock

    Select clock for trip change due Motor 6.28 5.03 log time stamp power 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 Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 101: 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 Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 102: Menu 8: Digital I/O

    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 ??.?? Run forward 6.30 x(-1) ??.?? Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 103 Read-write (RW) 0.XX terminals parameter 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 shows parameters at their default settings Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 104 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 Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 105: Menu 9: Programmable Logic, Motorized Pot And Binary Sum

    ??.?? ??.?? x(-1) Function-2 input-2 9.16 source parameter 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 Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 106 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 Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 107: Menu 10: Status And Trips

    Trip masks 10.62 to 10.71 Stop on time masks 10.72 Trip mask active 10.73 Bridge active 10.74 Electrical phase back 10.75 Armature voltage clamp active 10.76 Phase rotation 10.77 Input frequency Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 108: Menu 11: General Drive Set-Up

    Mentor II parameter emulator module control 11.60 Application parameters 11.61 Application parameters 11.62 Full power discharge time 11.63 Full power discharge period 11.64 External discharge resistance 11.65 External resistor temperature 11.66 Suppressor voltage Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 109: Menu 12: Threshold Detectors, Variable Selectors And Brake Control Function

    Threshold Threshold Threshold Detector 2 Detector 2 Detector 2 hysteresis output invert input source Hysteresis Input Read-write (RW) Threshold 0.XX terminals parameter level Read-only (RO) Output 0.XX parameter terminals Threshold output Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 110 ??.?? 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 Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 111 2. If the reset input is 0 the output latches at 1 if the input is 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 Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 112 12.46 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 Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
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  • Page 114: Menu 13: Position Control

    Drive source 3.28 3.29 Encoder 13.05 Slot 1 15.04 15.05 15.06 Δ Position Slot 2 16.04 16.05 16.06 Limited to ± / Slot 3 17.04 17.05 17.06 Orientation position 13.13 reference Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 115 13.14 Orientation Input Read-write (RW) 0.XX terminals parameter Orientation Read-only (RO) Output 0.XX position parameter 13.15 terminals complete This logic diagram applies only when all parameters are at their default settings Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 116: Menu 14: User Pid Controller

    Any variable parameter feedback ??.?? 14.21 ??.?? x(-1) enable 14.08 Drive normal indicator & 10.01 Logic 1 Any bit parameter ??.?? ??.?? Source 14.09 not used Optional PID enable source parameter Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 117 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. Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 118: Menus 15, 16 And 17: Solutions Module Slots

    (0 = no module installed). When a module is installed the drive provides the relevant menu (menu 15 for slot 1, 16 for slot 2 and 17 for slot 3) depending on the Solutions Module installed. Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 119 Pr x.02 and Pr x.51 either show 0 or the parameters do not appear. Parameters common to all categories Parameter x.01 Solutions Module ID Solutions Module software version x.02 x.50 Solutions Module error status Solutions Module software sub-version x.51 Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 120: Menu 18, 19 & 20: Application Menu 1, 2 & 3

    21.33 field weakening P gain 5.62 21.34 field weakening I gain 5.63 21.35 Rated field compensation factor 5.74 21.36 Field IR Compensation 5.87 21.37 Armature IR Compensation 5.88 21.38 External Flux feedback select 5.48 Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 121: Menu 22: Additional Menu 0 Set-Up

    Menu 23: Header selections Parameter 23.01 Sub block headers 23.02 Binary sum of pre-defined sub block enables 23.03 SEt UP 23.04 diAGnoS 23.05 triPS 23.06 SP LOOP 23.07 SintEr 23.08 Fb SP 23.09 InPut Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 122: Diagnostics

    Alarm indications • Status indications For further information regarding trips, refer to the Mentor MP User Guide. Trip indications Users must not attempt to repair a drive if it is faulty, nor carry out fault diagnosis other than through the use of the diagnostic features described in this chapter.
  • Page 123 Phase Lock Loop cannot lock to the auxiliary supply Internal power supply fault PS.10V 10V user power supply current greater than 10 mA PS.24V 24V user power supply current greater than 200 mA Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 124 112 to 156 User trip t162 to t167 162 to 167 Reserved t176 Reserved t192 Reserved t193 Reserved t194 Reserved t195 Reserved t196 Reserved t216 User trip Motor thermistor trip Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 125 Onboard PLC program attempted read of a write-only parameter UP udF Onboard PLC program undefined trip UP uSEr Onboard PLC program requested a trip Running from external +24V * HF (Hardware fault) trip - Return drive to supplier. Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 126: Alarm Indications

    Indicates that the external voltage suppressor resistor is in an overload condition ESt SPd Estimated speed selected The drive has lost speed feedback and automatically selected Estimated speed mode. See Pr 3.55 (Select estimated speed on feedback loss). Mentor MP Short Form Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 5...
  • Page 127: Status Indications

    Drive trips can be masked by setting the appropriate trip code in Pr 10.52 to Pr 10.61. Refer to Pr 10.52 to Pr 10.72 (Advanced parameter descriptions chapter - Menu 10) in the Mentor MP Advanced User Guide for further information. Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 128: Ul Listing

    UL listing Mentor MP drives up to 575V have been assessed to comply with both ULus and cUL requirements. Control Techniques UL file number is E171230. Confirmation of UL listing can be found at website: www.ul.com 10.1 Common UL Information...
  • Page 129: Parallel Operation

    SM-Encoder Output Plus • SM-I/O Lite • SM-I/O 32 • SM-I/O PELV • SM-I/O Timer • SM-I/O 24V Protected • SM-I/O 120V • Single ended encoder interface • 15-way D-type converter Mentor MP Short Form Guide Issue Number: 5 www.controltechniques.com...
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