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  • Page 3 ___________________ Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Safety notes ___________________ Overview ___________________ Installation SINAMICS ___________________ Wizards Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) ___________________ Control ___________________ Menu Operating Instructions ___________________ Options ___________________ Technical data Edition 08/2015, Firmware IOP V1.6.1 08/2015, FW V1.6.1 A5E00110011B AF...
  • Page 4 Note the following: WARNING Siemens products may only be used for the applications described in the catalog and in the relevant technical documentation. If products and components from other manufacturers are used, these must be recommended or approved by Siemens. Proper transport, storage, installation, assembly, commissioning, operation and maintenance are required to ensure that the products operate safely and without any problems.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Safety notes ............................9 Overview............................... 11 Introduction ..........................11 Layout and functions ....................... 12 Screen icons ........................... 15 Menu structure ........................16 Installation ............................17 Fitting the IOP ......................... 17 Initial Set-up ..........................18 User definable labels for the Status screen ................22 Firmware and language upgrade ....................
  • Page 6 Table of contents Technical data ............................. 113 Index ..............................115 Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 08/2015, FW V1.6.1, A5E00110011B AF...
  • Page 7 Changes in the manual New Firmware Functions for V1.6.1 In Chapter I/O Editor I/O Editor (Page 85) The I/O Editor allows the direct configuration of the Digital Inputs, Digital Outputs, Analog Inputs and Analog Outputs. Daylight Saving Time (DST) Extras (Page 73) The DST function allows the user to configured the Control Unit's real-time clock's daylight saving settings.
  • Page 8 Safety notes Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 08/2015, FW V1.6.1, A5E00110011B AF...
  • Page 9: Safety Notes

    Safety notes Warnings and cautions DANGER Ensuring a safe and stable state During commissioning of the Inverter it is essential to ensure that the system is in a safe and stable state, as some commissioning processes have the potential to start the motor. Therefore it is important to secure any loads and ensure that should the motor start, no potentially dangerous conditions exist.
  • Page 10 Safety notes Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 08/2015, FW V1.6.1, A5E00110011B AF...
  • Page 11: Overview

    Overview Introduction Compatibility The Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) has been designed to enhance the interface and communications capabilities of SINAMICS Inverters. The IOP connects to the Inverter through an RS232 interface. It has been designed to automatically recognize the following devices from the SINAMICS range: ●...
  • Page 12: Layout And Functions

    Overview 2.2 Layout and functions Layout and functions Overview The physical layout of the IOP is shown below: Figure 2-1 Layout of IOP Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 08/2015, FW V1.6.1, A5E00110011B AF...
  • Page 13 Overview 2.2 Layout and functions The IOP is operated by using a push-wheel and five additional buttons. The specific functions of the push-wheel and buttons are shown in the table below. Table 2- 1 Function of the IOP controls Function The push-wheel has the following functions: In a menu, turning the push-wheel changes the selection.
  • Page 14 Overview 2.2 Layout and functions Changes in functionality of the IOP keys The functionality of the individual controls of the IOP is changed when the following functions are activated, the user should be aware of these changes of functions to ensure that the IOP operates in the intended manner.
  • Page 15: Screen Icons

    Overview 2.3 Screen icons Screen icons Overview The IOP displays a number of icons at the top right-hand edge of the display to indicate various states or current conditions of the Inverter. These icons are explained in the table below. Table 2- 2 Screen icons Function...
  • Page 16: Menu Structure

    Overview 2.4 Menu structure Menu structure Overview The IOP is a menu-driven device and has the following menu structure: Figure 2-2 IOP menu structure Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 08/2015, FW V1.6.1, A5E00110011B AF...
  • Page 17: Installation

    Installation Fitting the IOP Fitting the IOP to the Control Unit Note IOP power supply The IOP has no internal power supply and derives its power directly from the Control Unit of the Inverter through the RS232 interface. The IOP can also be connected to a PC and derives its power through the USB connection.
  • Page 18: Initial Set-Up

    Installation 3.2 Initial Set-up Initial Set-up Initial set-up sequence Once the IOP is fitted and powered-up it will automatically detect the type of Control Unit and Power Module to which it has been fitted. On first-time use, the IOP automatically displays the option to select the default language and allow the time and date to be set (if the Control Unit to which the IOP is fitted has a real-time clock).
  • Page 19 Installation 3.2 Initial Set-up If the Wizard menu is not required, then press Esc to return to the normal status screen. The status screen can be reconfigured to show a number of different views and types of values; these can be configured using the "Status Screen Wizard"...
  • Page 20 Installation 3.2 Initial Set-up Setting time and date When the IOP is first fitted to a Control Unit, which has a real-time clock, it will automatically display the time and date screen, the following actions should be performed: 1. The "Time and Date" screen is displayed. 2.
  • Page 21 Installation 3.2 Initial Set-up Display contrast To set the contrast level of the IOP, the following actions should be performed: 1. Rotate the Wheel to select "Menu". 2. Press the Wheel to confirm selection. 3. The "Menu" screen is displayed. 4.
  • Page 22: User Definable Labels For The Status Screen

    Installation 3.3 User definable labels for the Status screen The display backlight setting will be automatically changed to the "Low" setting after 60 seconds from the last key press to extend the life of the display. When any key is pressed the backlight setting will automatically return to the user setting.
  • Page 23: Firmware And Language Upgrade

    Installation 3.4 Firmware and language upgrade ● The number of labels are restriction depending on the type of status screen view that is selected in the "Status screen wizard". see Extras (Page 73). The four files are named: ● BotLeft.txt ●...
  • Page 24 IOP Updater The IOP Updater software, additional wizards, firmware files and languages files can be downloaded from the Siemens Service and Support website at the following link: IOP Updater download (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/67273266) The website contains getting started files which explain the installation and use of the IOP Updater software.
  • Page 25: Wizards

    Wizards Overview The IOP wizards are question-driven macros that assist the user to set-up various functions and applications of the Inverter. WARNING Safe and stable state of the Inverter During commissioning of the Inverter it is essential to ensure that the system is in a safe and stable state, as some commissioning processes have the potential to start the motor.
  • Page 26 Wizards ● Boost ● PID Wizard ● Roller Conveyor ● Basic Safety Commissioning ● Extended Safety Commissioning The relevant wiring diagrams, if required, are contained in the "Wiring diagrams" section in this chapter. Note Wizards The actual menu structure and the functionality of the IOP will be influenced by the following factors: •...
  • Page 27 Wizards The user must ensure that all the following actions have been completed prior to using the IOP application wizards: ● All necessary equipment is available and installed correctly, according to the relevant wiring diagram for the specific application wizard. ●...
  • Page 28 Wizards Basic Commissioning The basic commissioning of the Inverter and motor comprises a number of processes. The processes are as follows: ● Basic commissioning ● Application class and control mode ● Calculation of motor and control data The wizard will guide the user through the basic commissioning process by presenting a number of screens where the user can choose the necessary options and values to commission the Inverter and motor.
  • Page 29 Wizards Open Loop Pump The purpose of this application is to maintain a constant level of fluid in a pumping system and reacting to maintain the pre-determined level even if fluid is being drawn from the system. The analog input is used to set the frequency setpoint. Fixed Closed Loop Pump The closed-loop application allows for the fluid in a tank to be directly monitored using the PID control function.
  • Page 30 Wizards Safety Commissioning This wizard is designed to allow the user to commission the Inverters with safety-integrated functions. The user is guided through the necessary steps to commission the various safety- integrated functions available, depending upon the type of Control Unit to be used with the user application.
  • Page 31: Example Wizard

    Wizards 4.1 Example wizard Pump staging with PID This application is designed to operate a number of pumps in parallel depending on the required demand for water. This allows the system to react in real-time to the demand requirements using the minimum investment in hardware. Several pumps are operated in parallel with a water supply system.
  • Page 32 Wizards 4.1 Example wizard The basic commissioning wizard presents three levels of commissioning, as follows: ● Expert Mode - this mode presents the user with a detailed list of all relevant parameters that require to be configured. ● Standard Drive Control - this mode presents the user with the necessary input screens for standard applications.
  • Page 33: Basic Commissioning With Iop

    Wizards 4.1 Example wizard 4.1.1 Basic commissioning with IOP Basic commissioning wizard Select "Basic Commissioning..." from the Wizards menu. Select "Yes" or "No" to a factory reset. It is recommended that a factory reset is performed to ensure that the converter is in a known and stable state prior to commissioning.
  • Page 34 Wizards 4.1 Example wizard Select "Yes (Enter Motor Data)" to manually enter the motor data from the rating label of the motor. Select "No (Enter Motor Code)" to enter the motor code from the motor rating label. All the relevant motor data will be automatically entered. The IOP will then present a number of screens, specific to your selection of Step 5 or Step 6.
  • Page 35 Wizards 4.1 Example wizard 15. A summary of all the settings are displayed. If the settings are correct, select continue. 16. The final screens gives two options: • Save settings • Cancel Wizard If the save option is selected, the settings are saved to the converter memory.
  • Page 36: Wiring Diagrams

    Wizards 4.1 Example wizard Figure 4-3 Example of two and three wire control macros 4.1.2 Wiring diagrams Overview Since the purpose of the IOP Wizards are to guide the user through the setting-up and commissioning of applications, some assumptions must be made as to the technical knowledge, qualifications and practical knowledge of the potential user.
  • Page 37 Wizards 4.1 Example wizard IOP Wizard Information The IOP will present to the user a menu system, by which they can select the appropriate Wizard for the application. The user will then be presented with a list of questions specific to the application.
  • Page 38 Wizards 4.1 Example wizard Figure 4-5 Pump and fan wiring diagram CU230P-2 and CU240E-2 Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 08/2015, FW V1.6.1, A5E00110011B AF...
  • Page 39 Wizards 4.1 Example wizard Figure 4-6 Pump and fan staging wiring diagram CU230P-2 Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 08/2015, FW V1.6.1, A5E00110011B AF...
  • Page 40 Wizards 4.1 Example wizard Figure 4-7 Compressor, pump and fan wiring diagram CU240B-2 and G120C Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 08/2015, FW V1.6.1, A5E00110011B AF...
  • Page 41 Wizards 4.1 Example wizard Wiring diagrams for conveyor applications Figure 4-8 Conveyor application wiring diagram Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 08/2015, FW V1.6.1, A5E00110011B AF...
  • Page 42 Wizards 4.1 Example wizard Configuration Information for conveyor wizard This information allows the user to configure the Inverter for the following applications: ● Roller conveyor with 2 speeds and 2 directions ● Roller conveyor with 2 speeds and 1 direction ●...
  • Page 43 Wizards 4.1 Example wizard Figure 4-9 Rotary conveyor schematic Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 08/2015, FW V1.6.1, A5E00110011B AF...
  • Page 44 Wizards 4.1 Example wizard Figure 4-10 Roller conveyor schematic Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 08/2015, FW V1.6.1, A5E00110011B AF...
  • Page 45: Control

    Control Overview The Control menu allows the user to change the following settings in real-time: ● Setpoint ● Reverse ● Jog ● Custom Hand mode ● Startup in Hand mode ● Hand/Auto disable The control menu is accessed from the menu at the bottom-centre of the Status screen, as shown below.
  • Page 46 Control Setpoint The setpoint value determines the speed at which the motor runs as a percentage of its full range of motion. To change the setpoint, the following actions should be performed: 1. Rotate the Wheel to select "Control". 2. Press the Wheel to confirm selection. 3.
  • Page 47 Control Reverse The function of the reverse command is to set the direction of rotation of the motor from its normal forward motion. To reverse the direction of the motor, the following actions should be performed: 1. Rotate the Wheel to select "Control". 2.
  • Page 48 Control The Jog function, when selected will allow the motor to be manually rotated by a pre- determined value with each press of . If is pressed continuously, the motor will rotate continuously until is released. To enable or disable the Jog function, the following actions should be performed: 1.
  • Page 49: Custom Hand Mode

    Control 5.1 Custom Hand mode Custom Hand mode Overview The custom hand mode allows the user to setup a command source and setpoint source directly from the Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP). When the custom hand mode has been set, the IOP wheel can be used as the setpoint source.
  • Page 50 Control 5.1 Custom Hand mode Setting up Custom Hand mode example 1. Select the "Control". 2. Select "Custom Hand Mode". 3. Select "On: Custom Hand Mode". 4. Select "Control Parameter" to setup the control source. 5. Select the required function. In this example, the ON/OFF1 command is selected.
  • Page 51 Control 5.1 Custom Hand mode 6. Select the source of the command signal. In this example, a digital input will be used. 7. Select the actual digital input that will receive the command signal. In this example, it is digital input 0 (DI0). Once the command signal input has been selected, the IOP will return to the Status Word selection screen.
  • Page 52 Control 5.1 Custom Hand mode 10. Select the setpoint signal source. In this example, it is an analog input with a percentage value scale. 11. Select the actual analog input that will receive the setpoint signal. In this example, it is Analog Input 0 (AI0). Once the setpoint signal input has been selected, the IOP will return to the Setpoint selection screen then press ESC for >3 secs, to return to the status screen.
  • Page 53: Startup In Hand Mode

    Control 5.2 Startup in Hand mode Startup in Hand mode Overview Startup in Hand mode allows the converter, under the control of the Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP), to startup in Hand mode automatically. The command source is then taken from the off and on buttons of the IOP.
  • Page 54: Hand/Auto Disable

    Control 5.3 Hand/Auto disable Hand/Auto disable Overview The Hand/Auto disable function disables the HAND/AUTO key on the Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) and pressing the key will not produce any action by the IOP. An example of setting up the Startup in Hand mode is given in the instructions below. Setting up the Hand/Auto disable function 1.
  • Page 55 Control 5.3 Hand/Auto disable 4. Select "On: Hand/Auto from PLC or DI". 5. Enter the password again, or use this screen to create a new password. 6. Select the signal source. In this example, parameter r722 CU DI Status, is used. 7.
  • Page 56 Control 5.3 Hand/Auto disable Note Power-cycle required to complete the HAND/AUTO disable function When the HAND/AUTO disable function is initiated the function will not become active until a power-cycle of the IOP has been performed. When the HAND/AUTO disable function is turned off, again, a power-cycle of the IOP is required to complete the deactivation of the function.
  • Page 57: Menu

    Menu Overview Overview The "Menu" is selected from the three menu options at the bottom of the IOP screen. If the menu options are not displayed, then one press of the Wheel will display the menu options. Menu selection Menu screen When the "Menu"...
  • Page 58: Diagnostics

    Menu 6.2 Diagnostics Diagnostics Diagnostics menu When the diagnostic function is selected the following options are presented: • Active faults/alarms • History • Identification/Maintenance • I/O status • Communications status • I/O simulation • Drive enables Active faults/alarms When this option is selected the screen will display any active faults and alarms that have not yet been acknowledged.
  • Page 59 Menu 6.2 Diagnostics Identification/Maintenance Displays specific technical information regarding the Control Unit and Power Module to which the IOP is attached will be displayed. The actual information displayed depends on the type of Control Unit and Power Module to which the IOP is connected.
  • Page 60 Menu 6.2 Diagnostics Communications status The option displays the status of the fieldbus interface and the details of the settings for the data exchange, for example sta- tus words and control word lengths. In the example shown opposite, the status of the fieldbus communications is shown.
  • Page 61 Menu 6.2 Diagnostics The IOP simulation screen allows digital and analog IOs to be simulated without the requirement for external signals. These features are of great benefit during commissioning and fault finding, as the user can quickly simulate a situation without using wires, tools and external equipment.
  • Page 62: Parameters

    Menu 6.3 Parameters Parameters Parameter menu Note IOP functional support The actual menu structure and functionality of the IOP will be influenced by the following factors: • The software version and type of Control Unit to which the IOP is fitted. •...
  • Page 63 Menu 6.3 Parameters Figure 6-1 Parameters - Drive Object Selection Parameter groups All parameters This options allows the user access to the individual parameters of the Inverter. The default filter is "Standard" which allows the user access to the most frequently used parameters.
  • Page 64 Menu 6.3 Parameters Saving & reset This option allows the user access to all the parameters re- garding the saving and reset functions of the Inverter. Each parameter displays is currently set value and these can be modified if required. System information This screen displays all the parameters that contain system information regarding the Inverter.
  • Page 65 Menu 6.3 Parameters Setpoint channels This option allows the user to display and modify the following setpoint parameters: • Frequency setpoint • Fixed setpoints • Motor potentiometer • Torque setpoint • Jog setpoint • Frequency limitation • Ramp-function generator Operating mode This option allows the user to display and modify the operating mode parameters: •...
  • Page 66 Menu 6.3 Parameters Diagnostics This option allows the user direct access to the parameters that monitor the state of the system. The are divided into the following functional groups: • Control/status words • Interconnections • Faults/alarms All the parameters under these groupings are read-only and cannot be modified.
  • Page 67 Menu 6.3 Parameters My parameters This option allows the user to select the parameters that they wish to list. The user is presented with a list of parame- ters that can be selected. Once selected - only those pa- rameters are displayed when the "My Parameters" option is selected.
  • Page 68: Up/Download

    Menu 6.4 Up/Download Up/Download Overview The upload and download options allow the user to save parameter sets to the various memory storage that is avail- able to the system. The following options are presented to the user: • Panel to drive •...
  • Page 69: Custom Parameter Sets

    Menu 6.5 Custom parameter sets Custom parameter sets Overview Custom parameter sets can now be created and stored on the Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP). The IOP can store up to 16 fixed parameter sets and up to 235 parameter sets with customized names.
  • Page 70 Menu 6.5 Custom parameter sets 1. Navigate through the "Menu" and selected "Up/Download" 2. Select "Upload: Drive to Panel" 3. Select the parameter set to upload to the IOP. In this example, Panel parameter set 0 is used. 4. Once selected the parameter set is uploaded to the IOP. When the save is completed successfully, the screen will display a notification that the save has succeeded.
  • Page 71 Menu 6.5 Custom parameter sets 8. Copy the "PSet0.bin" file to the "CPS" folder 9. Rename the "PSet0.bin" file to "My_own_Parameter_set.bin" Note: The file name can be up to 96 ANSI characters long. 10. Disconnect the IOP from the PC and reconnect the IOP to the Control Unit.
  • Page 72 Menu 6.5 Custom parameter sets 12. Select "My_own_Parameter_set.bin". 13. The IOP will display a warning, select "Continue" . 14. The parameters will then be downloaded to the converter and the IOP will notify the user that the download has been successful. Copying IOP parameter sets When you have saved a number of parameter sets to an IOP, it is possible to copy your saved parameter sets to another IOP using the simple process outlined below.
  • Page 73: Extras

    Menu 6.6 Extras Extras Overview The Extras menu presents a number of options for the con- figuration of the IOP, these are: • Status-screen wizard • I/O Editor • Drive identity • Parameter settings • Panel settings Status-screen wizard The status-screen wizard allows the user to configure the information displayed on the status screen.
  • Page 74 Menu 6.6 Extras Select the screen position of the displayed values Select the parameter values that should be displayed on the status screen. Select the required units of measure to be displayed on the status screen. Select the required number of decimal places to be displayed for the choosen units of measure.
  • Page 75 Menu 6.6 Extras The option to save the settings is displayed. Select "Save" to save the settings, or select "Cancel Wizard" to exit the Wizard. If "Cancel Wizard" is selected, no changes will be saved and the Status Screen will remain unchanged from any previously set configuration.
  • Page 76 Menu 6.6 Extras Select the required units of measure to be displayed on the status screen. select the required number of decimal places to be displayed for the choosen units of measure. Set the range value of the Y1 axis. If required, the other axis (Y-axis right) can be config- ured.
  • Page 77 Menu 6.6 Extras A summary of settings is displayed. If they are correct then select "Continue". Select "Save" to save the settings, or select "Cancel Wizard" to exit the Wizard. If "Cancel Wizard" is selected, all changes will be cancelled and the Status Screen will return to the last set Status Screen settings.
  • Page 78 Menu 6.6 Extras Figure 6-2 Trend information file I/O Editor For a complete description of the I/O Editor function, see I/O Editor (Page 85) Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 08/2015, FW V1.6.1, A5E00110011B AF...
  • Page 79 Menu 6.6 Extras Drive identity This option allows the user to display the technical details of the components that comprise the Inverter system. This includes the details of the Control Unit and Power Module. This is a read-only screen and cannot be modified. Parameter settings Drive factory reset There are two factory reset options:...
  • Page 80 Menu 6.6 Extras Default dataset This option allows the user to determine which is the default command dataset when viewing or selecting a new default dataset from the options provided. Parameter saving mode This option allows the user to set the default location for any save function performed on the Inverter.
  • Page 81 Menu 6.6 Extras Panel settings Language This option allows the user to select the language that is used to display information and text on the IOP. This options has been previously described in the initial set-up section of this manual. Languages can be added or deleted using the USB connection on the IOP and a PC.
  • Page 82 Menu 6.6 Extras Time and date settings (including Daylight savings time) If the CU to which the IOP is fitted has a real-time clock, then the option to set the correct date and time (including daylight savings time is presented in the "Panel settings" menu.
  • Page 83 Menu 6.6 Extras Daylight saving time setup procedure Operator panel factory reset This option resets the IOP to its default factory settings. All previous settings stored on the IOP will be lost. Any pa- rameter sets stored on the IOP will not be deleted. Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 08/2015, FW V1.6.1, A5E00110011B AF...
  • Page 84 Menu 6.6 Extras Display backlight This option allows the user to change intensity of the display lighting. For details of selecting this function see Initial Set-up (Page 18) Display contrast This option allows the user to change the contrast between black and white on the display.
  • Page 85: I/O Editor

    Menu 6.7 I/O Editor Display mode Display mode allows the user to select the manner in which text is displayed. • "Normal" displays black text on a white background. • "Inverse" displays white text on a black background. For details of selecting this function see Initial Set-up (Page 18) I/O Editor Overview...
  • Page 86 Menu 6.7 I/O Editor Editing the inputs and outputs 1. Navigate to the "Extras" menu and select "I/O Editor" 2. Select the input or output you wish to configure. In this example, the digital inputs have been selected. 3. Select the digital input you wish to configure. In this example digital input 3 (DI3) has been selected.
  • Page 87: Write Protection

    Menu 6.8 Write Protection Write Protection Introduction The write protection function has been designed to prevent the settings within the Inverter from being inadvertently changed. There is no password required to activate the write protection function. Given in the table below is a list of the parameters that are excluded from write protection. Table 6- 1 Parameters and functions excluded from write protection Parameter...
  • Page 88 Menu 6.8 Write Protection Activating/deactivating write protection To activate or deactivate the write protection function, the following procedure must be performed: Select "Menu" from the main screen. Select "Parameters" from the menu. Select "Search by number" from the Parameters menu. Input "07761"...
  • Page 89: Know-How Protection

    Menu 6.9 Know-how Protection Select "1: Act wr-Protect" to activate the write protec- tion function. Press "OK" to confirm selection. The screen returns to the "All Parameters" screen and the write protection parameter is highlighted, now showing the current status of the function as active. Press "ESC"...
  • Page 90 Menu 6.9 Know-how Protection Table 6- 2 Parameters and functions excluded from write protection Parameter Function p0010 Sets the parameter filter to commission an Inverter. p0918 PROFIBUS address p0970 Initiates a reset of the drive parameters. p0971 Saves parameters in the non-volatile memory of the Inverter. p2030 Fieldbus int protocol selected p2042...
  • Page 91 Menu 6.9 Know-how Protection 4. Using parameter p7764, you must define a list of the parameters you wish to exclude from the KHP function; this is known as the "exception list". The exception list parameters will be visible to the end-user and they can be modified. CAUTION Important information when implementing KHP If parameter p7766 is not included or is removed from the exception list, a password can...
  • Page 92 Menu 6.9 Know-how Protection Figure 6-3 KHP function flowchart Setting up the exception list Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 08/2015, FW V1.6.1, A5E00110011B AF...
  • Page 93 Menu 6.9 Know-how Protection As previously stated, after commissioning the Inverter and checking that parameters have been set correctly, the number of parameters to included in the exception list must be determined and set in parameter p7763. To set the number of parameters to be included in the exception list the following procedure must be performed.
  • Page 94 Menu 6.9 Know-how Protection Parameter p7763 is displayed. Press "OK" to edit the parameter. Input the number of parameters to be included in the exception list. Important note: Although the maximum range shown on the screen is 65535, the maximum number of parameters in the exception list must not exceed 500.
  • Page 95 Menu 6.9 Know-how Protection Input "07764" then press "OK" Parameter p7764 is displayed. Press "OK" to edit the parameter. Indices "0" of P7764 is highlighted and shows that it already has the value 7766, which is the password entry parameter. This parameter must not be removed from the exception list.
  • Page 96 Menu 6.9 Know-how Protection The screen will return to the indices list of p7764 and show the new value for the indices. In this example p7764 [1] has a value of 1120. Repeat steps 7 and 8 until all the excluded parameters have been entered.
  • Page 97 Menu 6.9 Know-how Protection Figure 6-4 ASCII decimal code table To set a new password the following procedure should be performed: The example password given previously in this section will be used as the password that will be entered as the new password. Select "Menu"...
  • Page 98 Menu 6.9 Know-how Protection Select "Parameters" from the menu. Select "Search by number" from the Parameters menu. Input "07767" then press "OK" Parameter p7767 is displayed. Press "OK" to edit the [0] index of the parameter. Enter the ASCII code for "M" (77), then press "OK" Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 08/2015, FW V1.6.1, A5E00110011B AF...
  • Page 99 Menu 6.9 Know-how Protection The screen will return to p7767 index 0 and shows the value previously set. Select the next index and then press "OK" to edit the index. Enter the ASCII code for "a" (97), then press "OK" The screen will return to p7767 index 1 and shows the value previously set.
  • Page 100 Menu 6.9 Know-how Protection Enter the ASCII code for "C" (67), then press "OK" The screen will return to p7767 index 2 and shows the value previously set. Scroll down to p7767 index 29 and then press "OK" Because the password is less than 30 characters, p7767 index 29 must contain the value 0.
  • Page 101 Menu 6.9 Know-how Protection The password has now been set. Press "ESC" to return to the "ALL PARAMETERS" list in preparation to confirm the new password. Confirming the password Once the new password has been entered as shown above, the password needs to be confirmed using parameter p7768.
  • Page 102 Menu 6.9 Know-how Protection The screen will return to p7768 index 0 and shows the value previously set. Select the next index and then press "OK" to edit the index. Enter the ASCII code for "a" (97), then press "OK" The screen will return to p7768 index 1 and shows the value previously set.
  • Page 103 Menu 6.9 Know-how Protection Enter the ASCII code for "C" (67), then press "OK" The screen will return to p7768 index 2 and shows the value previously set. Scroll down to p7768 index 29, and press "OK" Because the password is less than 30 characters, p7768 index 29 must contain the value 0.
  • Page 104 Menu 6.9 Know-how Protection Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 08/2015, FW V1.6.1, A5E00110011B AF...
  • Page 105: Options

    Options Door mounting kit Door mounting kit To allow the IOP to be mounted into the door of a cabinet, the door mounting kit (DMK) has been designed. This will allow the IOP to be fitted to the front of a panel or door and be IP54 rated.
  • Page 106 Options 7.1 Door mounting kit Figure 7-2 IOP DMK drill pattern (Scale 1:1) The depth of the panel or cabinet door should be between 1 mm to 3 mm The IOP Door Mounting Kit can be ordered using the following order number: 6SL3256-0AP00-0JA0 The DMK contains the following items: ●...
  • Page 107: Hand-Held Device

    Options 7.2 Hand-held device RS232 cable specifications The RS232 cable can have a maximum length of 10 metres without restrictions. The RS232 cable can be longer than 10 metres and up to a maximum length of 15 metres, but the communications speed cannot excedd 57,600 bauds.
  • Page 108 Options 7.2 Hand-held device CAUTION General precautions • There is a risk of explosion if battery is replaced by incorrect type. • Overcharging, short circuiting, reverse charging, mutilation, or incineration of the cells and the batteries must be avoided to prevent one or more of the following occurrences; release of toxic materials, release of hydrogen and/or oxygen gas, rise in surface temperature.
  • Page 109 Options 7.2 Hand-held device The IOP has no internal power source, so to increase the IOP's versatility, the hand-held device has been designed. The complete list of converters that work with the IOP are listed in Auto hotspot. The following list comprises the converters that require the hand-held kit because the IOP cannot be mounted directly on the converter: ●...
  • Page 110: Intelligent Operator Panel (Iop)

    Options 7.2 Hand-held device Figure 7-4 IOP hand-held kit layout 1. Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) 2. IOP release catch 3. ON/OFF switch 4. Charging LED - ON when charging, OFF when charged 5. 9-pin Sub-D male connector (RS232) 6. Charging unit input 7.
  • Page 111 Options 7.2 Hand-held device Fitting the batteries The hand-held device is powered by four 'AA' rechargeable batteries; these batteries are supplied with the hand-held kit. The batteries are fitted as shown in the figure below. Figure 7-5 Installing batteries for handheld kit Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 08/2015, FW V1.6.1, A5E00110011B AF...
  • Page 112 Options 7.2 Hand-held device Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 08/2015, FW V1.6.1, A5E00110011B AF...
  • Page 113 Technical data IOP technical data Table 8- 1 IOP and Door mounting kit specifications Feature IOP only Door mounting kit Protection Depending upon the Control Unit IP rating to a max. of IP54 Dimensions (HxWxD) 106.86 mm x 70 mm x 30.06 mm (Depth includes width of wheel) Net weight 0.134 Kg (0.295 lbs)
  • Page 114 Technical data Intelligent Operator Panel (IOP) Operating Instructions, 08/2015, FW V1.6.1, A5E00110011B AF...
  • Page 115 Index Activating/deactivating write protection, 88 Extra menu, 73 Active faults/alarms, 58 Drive identity, 79 analog inputs, 85 Panel settings, 81 analog outputs, 85 Status-screen wizard, 73 AUTO mode, 13 functional support, 11 Basic commissioning wizard, 33 HAND mode, 13 Changed parameters, 67 Hand-Held Kit, 11 Communications status, 60 History, 58...
  • Page 116 Index Confirming the password, 101 Drive factory reset, 79 Creating the exception list, 94 Parameter filter, 79 Parameters, 90 Parameter saving mode, 80 Setting the password, 96 Save RAM to ROM, 80 Setting up the exception list, 92 push-wheel, 13 Language selection, 19 Reverse, 47 Lighting duration, 20...
  • Page 117 Index Extended Safety Commissioning, 26 Fan staging with PID, 30 Open Loop Compressor, 25 Open Loop Fan, 25 Open Loop Pump, 25 Open-loop compressor, 28 Open-loop fan, 28 Open-loop pump, 29 PID, 26 PID controller, 29 Prerequisite actions, 36 Prerequisites, 26 Pump staging with PID, 31 Roller conveyor, 29 Roller Conveyor, 26...