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M-Max™ Series Adjustable Frequency Drive
User Manual
Effective October 2013
Supersedes February 2013

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  • Page 1 M-Max™ Series Adjustable Frequency Drive User Manual Effective October 2013 Supersedes February 2013...
  • Page 3 OBLIGATION OF EATON. THE CONTENTS OF THIS DOCUMENT SHALL NOT BECOME PART OF OR MODIFY ANY CONTRACT BETWEEN THE PARTIES. In no event will Eaton be responsible to the purchaser or user in contract, in tort (including negligence), strict liability or other-wise for any special, indirect, incidental or consequential...
  • Page 4 M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive Support Services The goal of Eaton is to ensure your greatest possible satisfaction with the operation of our products. We are dedicated to providing fast, friendly, and accurate assistance. That is why we offer you so many ways to get the support you need. Whether it’s by phone, fax, or e-mail, you can access Eaton’s support information 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Introduction ........... . M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 6 List of Parameters ..........APPENDIX B Door Panel Keypad Adapter System—Mounting Instructions ....M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 7 M-Max Series ........
  • Page 8 Calculation of Motor Temperature ......... M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 9 Door Keypad Dimensions ..........M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 10 Error Code Description ..........viii M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 11 Door Keypad Mounting Instructions, continued ......M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 12: Before Commencing The Installation

    Due to the charge in the capacitors, these parts may still be live after disconnection. Fit appropriate warning signs M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 13: Definitions And Symbols

    Be sure equipment is properly grounded. Wear safety glasses whenever working on electronic controllers or A changeover between the frequency inverter and the input rotating machinery. supply must take place in a voltage-free state. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 14 (intermediate switched back on) if the automatic restart function has circuit capacitor discharging time). been enabled. Pay attention to hazard warnings! (See parameter “P6.13”.) DANGER 5 MIN M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 15 (for example, after a power supply failure). CAUTION A high torque at low speed causes a high thermal load on the motor. If temperatures are too high, the motor should be equipped with an external fan. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com xiii...
  • Page 16 M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 17: About This Manual

    All the specifications in this manual refer to the hardware and ● software versions documented in it. 200V (MMX12_, MMX32_) ● More information on the series described here can be found 400V (MMX34_) ● on the Internet under: 575V (MMX35_) ● www.eaton.com\drives M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 18: Input Supply Voltages

    (for example, 230V, 400V). The permissible connection voltages for the M-Max series are listed in “Appendix A”. In star networks (as found in North America), the rated...
  • Page 19: M-Max Series Overview

    M-Max Series Overview M-Max Series Overview This manual provides a description of the M-Max series We assume that you have a good knowledge of engineering frequency inverters. It provides special information required fundamentals and that you are familiar with handling...
  • Page 20: Component Identification

    Frequency inverters MMX-_ Mounting frame (for fieldbus connection) MMX-NET-XA Fieldbus connection: CANopen XMX-NET-CO-A ® PROFIBUS DP with XMX-NET-PS-A screw terminals PROFIBUS DP with XMX-NET-PD-A Sub-Dm connector DeviceNet™ XMX-NET-DN-A Communication module MMX-COM-PC — IP21 kit M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 21: Checking The Delivery

    Open the packaging with adequate tools and inspect the contents immediately after receipt in order to ensure that they are complete and undamaged. Scope of Supply BA CK RE SE T LO C RE M M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 22: Nameplate Rating Data

    Read the manual (in this case AWB8230-1603) before making any electrical connections and commissioning ® IP 20/Open type Housing protection type: IP 20, UL (cUL ) open type 12W10 Manufacturing date: Week 12 of 2010 M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 23: Catalog Number Selection

    M-Max Series Overview Catalog Number Selection The type designation code and the part number of the M-Max series frequency inverter are in the following order: Type Designation of the M-Max Frequency Inverters MMX 1 1 AA 1D1 F 0 – 0...
  • Page 24: Examples

    N = No integrated interference suppression filter (no filter) 0 = IP20 protection type –0 = No integrated optional assembly MMX11: The input voltage of 115V is raised to 230V (output voltage) through an internal voltage double connection. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 25: Technical Data And Specifications

    C3 in second environment max. 30m motor cable length (FS1–FS3); 50m (FS4 and FS5) Notes Symbols used in technical data and formulas. 122°F (50°C) with lateral clearance of 0.79 in (20 mm) and reduced pulse frequency 4 kHz and altitude 1000m. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 26 Serial interface — — RS485/Modbus Notes Symbols used in technical data and formulas. 122°F (50°C) with lateral clearance of 0.79 in (20 mm) and reduced pulse frequency 4 kHz and altitude 1000m. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 27: Power Connection Voltages

    The input voltage of 115V is raised to 230V (output voltage) through an internal voltage double connection. Rated motor currents for normal four-pole internally and surface-cooled three-phase asynchronous motors (1500 RPM at 50 Hz, 1800 RPM at 60 Hz). Calculated motor output (no standard value). M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 28 Calculated motor output (no standard value). Operation with reduced load torque (about –10% M N ). Allocated motor output at a maximum ambient temperature of 104°F (40°C) and a maximum pulse frequency of 4 kHz. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 29: Description Of The M-Max

    The M-Max frequency inverter converts the voltage and frequency of an existing AC network into DC voltage. This DC voltage is used to generate a three-phase AC voltage with adjustable frequency and assigned amplitude values for the variable speed control of three-phase asynchronous motors. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 30: Block Diagram, Elements Of M-Max Frequency Inverters

    MMX34: 0.37 – 18.5 kW (400V, 50 Hz) or 0.5 – 25 hp (460V, 60 Hz), MMX35: 1–7.5 hp (575V, 60 Hz) Keypad with control buttons, LCD display, control voltage, control signal terminals, microswitches and interface for the PC interface card (Option) M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 31: Selection Criteria

    (for example, 3 AC~400V) Rated motor current (guide value, dependent on the circuit ● type and the supply voltage) Load torque (quadratic, constant) ● Starting torque ● Ambient temperature (rated value 122°F [50°C]) ● M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 32: Proper Use

    Check the tightening torques of the terminals (control signal terminals, power terminals) Regularly Check connection terminals and all metallic surfaces for corrosion 6–24 months (depending on the environment) Charge capacitors 12 months, see “Charging DC Link Capacitors” on Page 17 M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 33: Storage

    MMX34 about 540 Vdc (= 1.35 x U LN ) with three-phase ● line-to-line voltage (400V) MMX35 (contact your local Eaton sales office for details) ● MMX11: Due to the internal voltage doubler circuit, the capacitors cannot be recharged via the connection terminals.
  • Page 34: Engineering

    L3 PE Cable lengths, motor cables, shielding (EMC) Motor and application, parallel operation of multiple motors on a frequency inverter, bypass circuit; DC braking Braking resistance; dynamic braking R+ R– PE U M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 35: Electrical Power Network

    Electrical Power Network Input Connection and Configuration Input Voltage and Frequency The M-Max series frequency inverters can be connected and The standardized input voltages (IEC 60038, VDE017-1) for operated with all control-point grounded AC power networks energy suppliers (EVU) guarantee the following conditions at (see IEC 60364 for more information).
  • Page 36 K = 10% ~ –20 dB (THD suppression) to M-Max frequency inverters are explained in the appendix. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - With M-Max series frequency inverters, the permitted value for the total harmonic distortion THD is >120%. Idle Power Compensation Devices Compensation on the power supply side is not required for M-Max series frequency inverters.
  • Page 37: Safety And Switching

    ● inverter) depends on the RFI class and must not exceed 98 ft (30m) for the M-Max. design of the noise filter ● grounding measures at the site of the motor ● M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 38: Emc Measures

    EMC Environment and Category Public Medium-Voltage Supply Grid Public Industry Industry Low-Voltage Measuring Grid 1 Grid 2 Supply Grid Point Category C1 Category C1/C2 Category C3/C4 Category C3/C4 Enviroment Enviroment M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 39: Motor And Application

    AC-3. Selecting the motor contactor is done according to the rated operational current of the motor to be connected. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 40: Example Of A Motor Ratings Plate

    50 Hz 50 Hz 50 Hz 87 Hz Notes Star connection: 400V, 50 Hz. Delta connection: 230V, 50 Hz. Delta connection: 400V, 87 Hz. Note the permitted limit values of the motor. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 41: Bypass Motor Control (Example)

    Disadvantage. Sinusoidal filters have a system voltage drop of around 30V per phase. Note: Sinusoidal filters must only be used with permanently set pulse frequencies. Item Number Description Input/bypass contactor Output contactor M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 42: Installation

    Installation Introduction This chapter provides a description of the installation and the electrical connections for the frequency inverter M-Max series. While installing and/or assembling the frequency inverter, cover all ventilation slots in order to ensure that no foreign bodies can enter the device.
  • Page 43: Air-Cooling Space

    Minimum Clearance at the Front Note: The frequency inverters of the M-Max series are air-cooled with an internal fan. Minimum Clearance and Required Cooling Air Note With frame sizes FS1, FS2 and FS3 the side clearance can be 0 mm if the ambient air temperature does not exceed +40°C, the pulse frequency...
  • Page 44: Mounting Dimensions

    140 [5.51] 398 [13.82] 10 [22.0] 4.6 [3.4] 0.28 in (7 mm) Install the screws in the specified positions first. Then set the frequency inverter on the prepared wall-mount and tighten all screws. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 45: Mounting Rail Conforming With Iec/En 60715

    M-Max device. A flat-bladed screwdriver (blade width 0.20 in [5 mm]) is recommended for pushing the clip down. = M4 Demounting 11.5 lb-in (1.3 Nm) 0.20 in ( 5 mm) M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 46: Emc Installation

    Avoid using painted surfaces (anodized, chromized). An voltage source (PES). overview of all EMC measures is provided in the figure on Page 31. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 47: Emc-Compliant Setup (Example: M-Max)

    Connect the cable shielding in the output of the frequency inverter with a large surface area contact to the ground potential (PES). Large-area cable shield contacts with motor. Large-area earth connection of all metallic parts. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 48: Electrical Installation

    (intermediate circuit capacitor discharging time). Pay attention to hazard warnings! DANGER 5 MIN Note: Complete the following steps with the specified tools and without using force. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 49: Three-Phase Input Connection

    (360 degrees coverage) with the protective ground. 11.5 lb-in The frequency inverter must always be connected to the (1.3 Nm) ground potential via a grounding cable (PE). 0.17 in (4.3 mm) M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 50: Connection In Power Section

    0.30 (8.0) 1.60 (40.0) 0.30 (8.0) 1.60 (40.0) 0.30 (8.0) 1.60 (40.0) 0.30 (8.0) 1.20 (30.0) 0.30 (8.0) 2.00 (50.0) 0.30 (8.0) 1.20 (30.0) 0.30 (8.0) 2.00 (50.0) 0.30 (8.0) 2.00 (50.0) M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 51: Screened Connection Cable

    Twisted shielding braid should be connected with a ring cable terminal (see figure on Page 33) on PES. The following figure shows the construction of a four-wire, shielded motor line (recommended specifications). M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 52: Arrangement And Size Of The Connection Terminals

    0.2–2.5 24–12 0.31 0.5–0.6 0.37–0.44 0.6 x 3.5 L1 L2/N U/T1 V/T2 W/T3 MMX32AA4D8_ MMX32AA7D0_ MMX34AA3D3_ 0.2–2.5 24–12 0.31 0.5–0.6 0.37–0.44 0.6 x 3.5 L1 L2/N R– U/T1 V/T2 W/T3 MMX34AA4D3_ MMX34AA5D6_ M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 53 MMX32AA031_ 0.5–16 20–6 0.39 1.2–1.5 0.88–1.11 0.6 x 3.5 DC+/R+ R- DC- U/T1 V/T2 W/T3 MMX32AA038_ MMX34AA031_ 0.5–16 20–6 0.39 1.2–1.5 0.88–1.11 0.6 x 3.5 DC+/R+ R- DC- U/T1 V/T2 W/T3 MMX34AA038_ M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 54: Position Of Control Signal Terminals

    To prevent EMC disturbance, this twisted shielding connection should be made as short as possible (see figure on Page 35). M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 55: Control Signal Terminals Assignments And Designations

    V = 0 –10V S3 = AI2 (mA) RS485 Bus terminating resistor S2 = AI1 (V) (control signal terminal A/B): S1 = LOGIC (+) – = Disconnected Term. = Switched on (terminator) M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 56: Factory-Set Control Terminal Functions

    Active = FAULT Maximum switching load: (N/O) 250 Vac/2A or 250 Vdc/0.4A RS485 signal A BUS-communication Modbus RTU RS485 signal B BUS-communication Modbus RTU Note Programmable function (see “List of Parameters” on Page 161). M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 57: Control Signal Terminals (Digital And Analog Inputs/Outputs)

    1 with +10V (maximum load rating: 10 mA). Control signal terminals 3 and 5 are reference points (GND) for the analog setpoint signals. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 58: Analog Output Ao (Connection Examples)

    “Digital Inputs Digital Inputs with Internal Supply Voltage (P3)” on Page 71. (Negative Logic, Sink Type) Digital Inputs with Internal Supply Voltage S1 = LOGIC– S1 = LOGIC+ (Sink Type) (Source Type) M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 59: Digital Inputs With External Supply Voltage (Negative Logic, Sink Type)

    +48V. The permissible residual ripple must be less than ±5% U a /U a . The maximum permissible load current is 50 mA. Digital Output DO and Connection Examples (Coupling Relay with Freewheeling Diode: ETS4-VS3; Item No. 083094) +24V ±5% M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 60: Relay Outputs With Connection Examples, Control Relay

    (relay drops out). Fixed Connection Cables at U >48V (Relay) The functions for which parameters can be defined for both relays RO1 and RO2 are described in “Digital Outputs (P5)” on Page 78. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 61: Connection Terminals Of The Serial Interface And Microswitch S4

    Two-Wire RS485 Connection (Slave = M-Max Frequency Inverter) 120 ohms Slave Master RS485 Modbus (RTU) The parameter definition of the serial interface is described in “Serial Interface (Modbus RTU)” on Page 131. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 62: Mmx11

    (115V) will output a motor voltage of 3 AC 230V. +24V Out <50 mA DI_COM Error +10 V Out < 10 mA f-Soll 0–10V Reset PI-Off PI-Ist 0 (4)–20 mA f-Out 0–10V <10 mA Ready DO– <50 mA M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 63: Mmx12

    Installation MMX12...F_ Block Diagram 24V Out <50 mA DI_COM Error +10V Out <10 mA f-Soll 0...+10 V Reset PI-Off PI-Ist 0 (4)–20 mA f-Out 0–10V <10 mA Ready DO– <50 mA M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 64: Mmx32, Mmx34 And Mmx35 Block Diagram

    0–10V <10 mA Ready DO– <50 mA Notes External brake resistor terminals R+ and R– are only available on three-phase FS2 and FS3 drives. EMC filter only available on MMX34… units. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 65 Installation Insulation Testing The M-Max series frequency inverters are tested, delivered Testing the Input Cable Insulation and require no additional testing. Disconnect the power cable from the input supply network and from connection terminals L1, L2/N and L3 of the WARNING frequency inverter.
  • Page 66: Operation

    (see “List of Parameters” on Page 161) The effective direction of a coupled machine will allow the motor to start All emergency switching off functions and safety functions are in an appropriate condition M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 67: Operational Hazard Warnings

    WARNING Following a shutdown (fault, line voltage off), the motor can start automatically (when the supply voltage is switched back on) if the automatic restart function has been enabled. (See parameter “P6.13”.) M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 68: Commissioning With Control Signal Terminals (Factory Setting)

    The operating data of the output frequency is shown in the the power is applied. LCD display in alternating sequence with M1.1 and 0.00 Hz. The arrow in the left-hand status line indicates menu level MON (Monitor = operating data display). M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 69: Operational Data Indicator (Operational)

    (see [1] in the figure on frequency here is delayed based on the specified Page 54). acceleration and deceleration ramps. In the factory settings, these times are set to 3 seconds. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 70: Start-Stop Command With Maximum Setpoint Value

    You can access the parameters when P1.1 = 0. Pressing [BACK/RESET] [ ] [OK] leads you to the operating data display MON. This is always displayed after the power supply is switched off. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 71: Brief Instructions: Steps To The Motor Start

    R11 = Frequency Set Value STOP +10V AI1 GND 24V DI1 READY STOP ALARM FAULT KEYPAD READY STOP ALARM FAULT KEYPAD Stop Cursor, REV Start 0 Hz Cursor, FWD Set/Save Frequency Set Value Frequency Set Value M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 72: Error And Warning Messages

    MON. The alarm message (AL) is displayed alternating with the active operational display value. The table on Page 57 shows the error codes, their possible causes, and indicates correction measures. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 73: List Of Fault Messages (F) And Warning Messages (Al)

    There are subcodes associated with this error. To get the subcode scroll to the M (minute) value within the fault menu. The value listed is the subcode. Power software V018 IGBT overtemperature. Power software V019 heat sink overtemperature. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 74 (MMX-NET-XA) Optional fieldbus interface is not fitted Error message as per P8.15 Further notes are provided in the optional fieldbus interface manual (CANopen, PROFIBUS DP, and so on) M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 75: Error Messages Via Operating Unit

    You exit the fault log (FLT) with the BACK/RESET button BACK arrow moves to MON in the menu level RESET Use the OK button to activate the operating data display now or select another menu level with the arrow keys M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 76: Control Unit

    Interface for communication (Option: MMX-COM-PC) Pressing the arrow buttons increases or decreases the active value, the parameter, or function by one unit. Holding down an arrow button makes the change automatically. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 77: Lcd Display (Areas)

    (see “Commissioning with Control REV = Counterclockwise rotating field (reverse run) Signal Terminals (Factory Setting)” on Page 52). I/O = Via control terminals (input/output) KEYPAD = Via control unit BUS = Via fieldbus (interface) M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 78: Setting Parameters

    Use the OK button to activate the selected parameter. READY STOP ALARM FAULT The value (1) flashes P1.1 =1: The Quickstart Wizard is activated and guides you step-by-step through the specific drive parameters (see Page 65) KEYPAD M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 79 1) BACK RESET KEYPAD All settings are stored automatically by actuating the OK button. Parameters marked in the “Access Right RUN” column with , can be changed during operation (RUN mode). M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 80: Parameter Menu (Par)

    Selecting the PAR menu level again allows the free selection of the required quick configuration parameters and the system parameter (S) Free selection of all parameters (P1.1 = 0) with the two arrow buttons or < and > M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 81 (free parameter definition, see B in the figure on Page 64). This exits the quick configuration and the guided setup with the quick start assistant. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 82: Predefined Application Parameters From Parameter P1.2

    0.00 Hz 0.00 Hz 0.00 Hz 0.00 Hz Output frequency (display only) Notes 230V = MMX11_, MMX12_, MMX32_. 400V = MMX34_, 575V = MMX35_. This parameter will default based on style of unit. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 83: Default I/O

    25 Hz 30 Hz frequency value P14.3 Motor (2PS) nominal speed 1440 RPM 1720 RPM P14.6 Motor (2PS) nominal frequency 50 Hz 60 Hz P14.8 Maximum frequency (2PS) 50 Hz 60 Hz M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 84: Analog Inputs Ai1 And Ai2

    See “Scaled Value Range (AI1, AI2)” on Page 69 P2.4 — AI1, filter time No filter function 0.1–10s Filter time constant for the analog input signal (V/mA) See“Filter Time Constant” on Page 70 M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 85: Example Of Scaled Analog Input Signals

    ● controller controller Example of Scaled Analog Input Signals with Offset Example of Scaled Analog Input Signals scal. scal. 100% 100% –30 100 (%) P2.2 P2.3 P2.2 P2.3 P2.6 P2.7 P2.6 P2.7 M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 86: Filter Time Constant

    P4.4 (AO) = Filter time constant, Analog output AO Filter Time Constant 100% P2.4 P2.8 P4.4 Notes Analog signal with faults (unfiltered). Filtered analog signal. Filter time constant at 63% of the set value. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 87: Digital Inputs For Source And Sink Type

    FF3 (20 Hz) in the factory setting. The individual digital inputs (D_) can be assigned several functions. The assigned functions are activated if, with LOGIC+, the control signal terminal is actuated with +24V (rising edge, failsafe). M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 88: Digital Inputs

    Allocation of the function to control signal terminals P3.5 — Ext. fault close (N/O) Like 3.2 Allocation of the function to control signal terminals Error message when applying +24V to the assigned control signal terminal (DI1 to DI6) M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 89 FF1, P10.2 = 12 Hz FF2, P10.3 = 18 Hz FF3, P10.4 = 24 Hz FF4, P10.5 = 30 Hz FF5, P10.6 = 36 Hz FF6, P10.7 = 48 Hz FF7, P10.8 = 60 Hz M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 90 Assignment of control signal terminal P3.20 1407 — Motor potentiometer, set value to zero Like P3.2 Assignment of control signal terminal P3.21 1408 — PLC program start Like P3.2 Assignment of control signal terminal M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 91 The logic activates the response of the control signal terminal (see figure on Page 71) N/O contact (failsafe) N/C contact N/O contact N/C contact P3.32 1419 — DI2 logic (control signal terminal 9) Like P3.31 Function M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 92: Di1 (Fwd) + Di2 = Rev

    Parameter P3.4 = 3 enables the rotation reversal (FWD REV) to be activated (reversing starter) via control signal The separate actuation of control signal terminal 9 (DI2) does terminal 10 (DI3). not allow any start enable. Set P3.9 = 0. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 93: Analog Output Ao

    The maximum value set here always corresponds to the maximum output voltage 10V P4.4 1477 — AO, filter time 0.10 0.00–10.00s Filter time constant for the analog output voltage See “Filter Time Constant” on Page 70 M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 94: Digital Outputs

    Parameters Digital Outputs (P5) The M-Max series frequency inverters have three digital Digital Outputs outputs in different specifications: Relay RO1: N/O contact R13–R14, control signal terminals ● 22 and 23 Relay RO2: changeover contact R21–R22 (N/C contact, ● control signal terminals 25 and 24)/R21–R24 (N/O contact, control signal terminals 25 and 26) Transistor output DO: control signal terminal 13 (DO–).
  • Page 95 A monitoring message can be implemented via the digital outputs (P5.1, P5.2, P5.3 = 10) Deactivated 0.00–P5.5 Hz frequency is below reference P5.5 P5.5–P6.4 Hz frequency is above reference P5.5 (P6.4 = maximum frequency) M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 96 P5.7 — Frequency monitoring 2 reference value 0.00 0.00–P6.4 Hz P6.4 = maximum frequency Frequency Monitoring (P5.5–P5.7) (Hz) P5.7 P5.5 P5.4 = 1– P5.4 = 2 P5.6 = 1– P5.6 = 2 M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 97 — RO1, on delay 0.00 0.00–320.00s — P5.15 1424 — RO1, off-delay 0.00 0.00–320.00s — P5.16 1425 — RO2, on delay 0.00 0.00–320.00s — P5.17 1426 — RO2, off-delay 0.00 0.00–320.00s — M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 98: Drives Control

    P6.5 (acc1) and P6.6 (dec1) Assigning a digital input (DI1–DI6) at P6.20 enables the set value of the motor potentiometer to be set directly to zero M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 99: Acceleration And Deceleration Time

    1 or t 2 . Reference points for the acceleration and deceleration times set in parameters P6.5 and P6.6 are always 0 Hz (P6.3) and the maximum output frequency is f max (P6.4). M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 100: S-Formed Curve For Acceleration And Deceleration Ramps

    (P6.5) and deceleration ramp (P6.6) The time set here applies for both ramps (see figure below) S-Formed Curve for Acceleration and Deceleration Ramps P6.4 P6.4 P6.3 P6.3 P6.5 P6.6 P6.9 P6.9 P6.9 P6.9 M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 101: Automatic Restart After Error Message (Two Start Attempts)

    Second automatic restart Shut-off when error detected Motor stop signal TEST = monitored test tim FAULT = shut-off when error message occurs RESET = reset error message (FAULT) START TEST P6.11 FAULT RESET M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 102 If the output frequency set here is exceeded, the deceleration time is switched automatically from dec1 (P6.6) to dec2 (P6.20) P6.23 1429 — REV blocked The rotating field reversal of the output frequency is blocked Deactivated Activated M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 103 : P6.24, P6.26, P6.28 : P6.25, P6.27, P6.29 In systems with mechanical resonances, you can cut out these frequency ranges for stationary operation. Up to three different frequency ranges can be set. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 104: Motor Parameters From Ratings Plate

    The motor data is set to the rated operation data for the Required changes for the electrical reproduction frequency inverter and depends on the performance for the motor: P7.1 = 4.0, P7.3 = 1410, P7.4 = variables in factory settings. 0.67. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 105: Motor

    Pay attention to the supply voltage and the type of circuit in the stator winding P7.6 — Motor, rated frequency 60.00 30–320 Hz (See figure on Page 88.) Note Default values vary based on actual unit ratings. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 106: Protective Functions

    If the monitoring is deactivated, the reaction time is shortened to a start signal Caution: When the monitoring is deactivated, a ground fault can cause damage to the inverter Alarm (AL 03) Fault (F… 03), stop function according to P6.8 M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 107 63% of its end value. It depends on the design of the motor and is different from manufacturer to manufacturer. The larger the motor design, the greater the time constant M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 108: Motor Cooling Power

    Trip value shut-off (error message) or warning according to P8.6. -t/T Calculated value for the motor temperature Q = (I/I T ) x (1 - e Motor temperature M (example). P8.9 = Motor temperature time constant (T). M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 109 The value set here determines the lowest permissible torque limit at zero frequency (range 0–5 Hz) Note: The value set here is reset automatically to the factory setting (50.0%) if the parameter for the motor rated current (P7.1) is changed M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 110 (BUS) (P6.1 = 2, P6.17 = 2) Deactivated Alarm (AL 54) Fault (F…54), stop function according to P6.8 M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 111: Pid Controller

    Parameters PID Controller (P9) The M-Max series frequency inverters are provided with a When the PID controller is activated, the setpoints and actual PID controller that you activate with P9.1 = 1. The controller values become process variables and are normalized automatically into percentages (%).
  • Page 112 1017 — Sleep mode, delay time 0–3600s This parameter determines the minimum period in which the frequency inverter must stay below the frequency set at P9.12 before the frequency inverter is stopped M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 113 PID controller, process variable scaling 0.1–32.7 Actual value indication, multiplication factor for displaying process variables The value is displayed in M1.18 P9.20 1478 — PID controller, output signal limit 100.0 0.00–100.0% — M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 114: Function Chart For Od (Pid System Deviation)

    OD signal when exceeded at P9.17. mode (deceleration with the set ramp time) Action: Then parameterize one of the digital inputs as OD output by setting the value 12 at P5.1–P5.3. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 115: Pid Controller, Actual Value Message Fbv

    When frequency inverter 1 is stopped, the FBV output is ● automatically de-energized so that fan M2 also stops M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 116: Fixed Frequencies Ff1, Ff2 And Ff3 (= Ff1 + Ff2)

    Example: Activation of the Fixed Frequencies in the Factory Setting with Acceleration and Deceleration Ramps (Hz) P6.5 P6.6 P6.4 (50 Hz) 20 Hz 15 Hz 10 Hz 0 Hz P6.8 = 1 M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 117: Fixed Frequency Setpoint Value

    For example, P3.11 = 5: DI5 (control signal terminal 15), see Note on P10.5) This value can be called directly by joint actuation of control signal terminals 10 (DI3), 14 (DI4) and 15 (DI5) M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 118: Determining The Program Number (P10.10)

    P10.15 P10.6 P10.16 P10.7 P10.17 P10.8 P10.18 Sequence control, program (FWD/REV): P10.10 = The fixed frequencies (FF0–FF7) are only active if the run times (P10.11–P10.18) of the associated parameters are set (>0s). M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 119: Fixed Frequency Setpoint Value

    — Set time for FF6 0–1000s 0s = Fixed frequency FF6 deactivated (sequence control P10.9) P10.18 1445 — Set time for FF7 0–1000s 0s = Fixed frequency FF7 deactivated (sequence control P10.9) M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 120: Example A, Program Cycle Executed Once (P10.9 = 1, P10.10 = 0)

    Example A, Program Cycle Executed Once (P10.9 = 1, P10.10 = 0) (Hz) P10.4 P10.5 P10.3 P10.6 P10.2 P10.7 P10.1 P10.8 P10.11 P10.13 P10.15 P10.17 P10.12 P10.14 P10.16 P10.18 P3.21 P5.1 = 16 P5.2 = 17 P5.3 = 18 M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 121: Example B, Program Cycle Executed Once (P10.9 = 1, P10.10 = 192)

    Example B, Program Cycle Executed Once (P10.9 = 1, P10.10 = 192) (Hz) P10.4 P10.5 P10.3 P10.6 P10.2 P10.1 P10.8 P10.7 P10.11 P10.13 P10.15 P10.17 P10.12 P10.14 P10.16 P10.18 P3.21 P5.1 = 16 P5.2 = 17 P5.3 = 18 M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 122: Example C, Program Cycle Executed Once In Steps (P10.9 = 2, P10.10 = 0)

    Example C, Program Cycle Executed Once in Steps (P10.9 = 2, P10.10 = 0) (Hz) P10.4 P10.5 P10.3 P10.6 P10.2 P10.7 P10.1 P10.8 P10.11 P10.13 P10.13 P10.17 P10.18 P3.21 P5.1 = 16 P5.2 = 17 P5.3 = 18 M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 123: V/Hz-Characteristic Curve

    Parameters V/Hz-Characteristic Curve (P11) The M-Max series frequency inverters operate with a The V/f characteristic (voltage/frequency characteristic) sinusoidal pulse width modulation (PWM) in the inverter. The represents a control procedure of the frequency inverter in IGBTs are actuated by two V/f-based control procedures that which the motor voltage is controlled in a specific ratio to the you can select in parameter P11.8.
  • Page 124: V/Hz-Characteristic Curve (P11.1)

    In the standard application, the value set here is equal to 100% of the input voltage supply and corresponding with the nominal motor voltage set under P7.5 (see the motor ratings plate) M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 125 (current) may connected in the output of the frequency inverter Note: The speed control requires a precise electrical reproduction of the connected motor. The motor ratings plate information must be set in the parameter group P7 in this case M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 126: Speed Behavior Without Slip Compensation

    . In the equivalent circuit diagram of the three-phase motor, the load-related slip is shown as the resistance R’ 2 /s. In idle operation without a load, this resistance approaches infinity, and approaches zero as the load increases. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 127 Parameter P11.10 = 1 must be set for operation at a constant carrier frequency P11.10 — Sine-wave filter (constant carrier frequency) Deactivated Enabled Note: When using a sinusoidal filter, the carrier frequency must be constant M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 128: Braking

    After the time set has elapsed, the frequency inverter starts automatically with the acceleration time set at P6.5. The speed of the motor [2] follows the characteristic of the output frequency [3] M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 129 DC current at the frequency value set here You can set the duration of the DC braking [3] under P12.4 Start Frequency During Relay Ramp P6.8 = 1 P12.4 P12.3 P6.6 M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 130 (P7.6), the duration for DC braking is reduced respectively to 10% of the value set here Braking Time in Case of Stopping P6.8 = 0 P7.6 100% P12.4 P7.6 P7.6 P12.4 M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 131: Regenerative Braking With External Braking Resistor

    100% of the rated motor torque. Regenerative Braking with External Braking Resistor R– Item Number Description Machine flywheel mass Inverter with brake chopper (brake transistor) Brake resistor (RB) See Energy Flow (brake torque) M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 132 The DC link voltage is shown at M1.8. In practice, the value of the DC link voltage is around 565V at U LN = 400V M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 133: Mechanical Brake

    1.50 0.00–P6.4 Hz — P12.11 1452 — External brake, current limit, opening 0.00 0.00–P7.2A Condition: RUN (Start enable) On reaching the current value set here, the brake is actuated (P5._ is opened) M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 134: Logic Linking Of A And B

    P5.1 = 24, LOG function fulfilled P13.1 = 2, Operation (RUN), signal A P13.2 =27, Current monitoring, signal B P13.3 = 0, A AND B M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 135: Logic Function

    Message, AL 50 if the value of AI1 and/or AI2 goes below the 4 mA or 2V setpoint value (live zero) (P2.1 = 1, P2.5 = 1) Values continued on next page M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 136 RO2 = P5.2 with the value 24, or called via the serial interface (RS485, Modbus RTU) or an optional fieldbus connection (CANopen, PROFIBUS DP) A AND B A OR B A XOR B, exclusive A or B M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 137: Second Parameter Set

    Maximum frequency (2PS) 60.00 P14.7–320 Hz — P14.9 1345 — Acceleration time (2PS) (acc3) 0.1–3000s — P14.10 1346 — Deceleration time (2PS) (dec3) 0.1–3000s — Note Default values vary based on actual unit ratings. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 138 63% of its end value. It depends on the design of the motor and is different from manufacturer to manufacturer. The larger the motor design, the greater the time constant M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 139: Roller Conveyor With Rotary Table

    Motor M1 = DI1 (FWD, control signal terminal 8) operation ● with parameter group P7 Motor M2 = DI1 (FWD, control signal terminal 8) and DI6 ● (2PS, control signal terminal 16) operation with parameter group P14 (second parameter set) M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 140: Stop Function With Two Different Deceleration Times

    Digital input 6 is assigned in the factory setting (P3.12 = 6) with the function PI-OFF (PID controller, deactivated). With P3.12 = 0 you can remove this function (PI-OFF) from digital input 6. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 141: System Parameter

    With a fieldbus connection (option, for example, CANopen, PROFIBUS DP, and so on) modified ID numbers and different factory settings are stored here. Detailed information is provided in the specific manuals of the relevant fieldbus interface card. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 142 S4.3 after it has been set. All other parameter changes will require the password before the user can modify. 0000 Deactivated 0001–9999 Activated, set individual password M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 143: Operational Data Indicator (Mon)

    The calculated motor data (M1.3, M1.5 and M1.6) is based on the values entered in parameter group P7 (see “Motor (P7)” on Page 88 The calculated motor temperature (M1.10) considers the temperature model of the protection function in parameter group P8 (see “Protective Functions (P8)” on Page 90). M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 144: Status Displays Examples

    Relay RO2 is actuated The control signal terminals 25 (R21) and 26 (R24) are connected (closed changeover contact) Relay RO1 is actuated N/O contact, control signal terminal 22 (R13) and 23 (R14) is closed M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 145: Setpoint Input (Ref)

    (Hz), even in RUN mode. The value is stored when the display is constant When the supply voltage is switched off, the last setpoint entered (see P6.15) and the KEYPAD mode are stored M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 146 Note: When the setpoint entry is active (flashing number display), the arrow buttons are used to change the entry locations (cursor) KEYPAD READY STOP ALARM FAULT KEYPAD M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 147: Serial Interface (Modbus Rtu)

    S4 (see figure on Page 45). the serial interface A-B (see figure on Page 45). The M-Max’s built-in RS-485 port supports the Modbus RTU protocol and therefore allows a direct network connection without an additional interface module. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 148: Modbus Parameters

    When the fieldbus is connected (option, for example, CANopen, PROFIBUS DP, and so on) modified ID numbers and different factory settings are stored here. Detailed information is provided in the specific manuals of the relevant fieldbus interface module. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 149: Data Exchange Between Master And Slave

    Data (N x 1 Byte) CRC (2 Bytes) The frequency inverter (slave) only sends a response if it has received a request from the master beforehand. Notes Master request. Slave response, not with broadcast. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 150 3.5 characters (rest time) Once the master has received a response from the ● frequency inverter, it must wait for at least the rest time before it can send a new request M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 151: Error Code Description

    The master must be programmed to repeat the request if it Function code (here: Write a holding register) does not receive a response within a specified time. MSB was set to 1 Error code: Stated address not found. C3A1 M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 152 When processing values, the comma is not included, for example, the motor current (ID 2106) in the display of the MMX is shown as 0.35 A but is transferred via Modbus as 0023 (hex) (0035 [dec]). M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 153: Modbus Process Data

    (an edge is required for restart) No action Control of a digital output: P5.1 = 28 (Relay R01) P5.2 = 28 (Relay R02) P5.3 = 28 (Transistor D0) Not used — Not used — M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 154 +/–% (of the nominal value) 2108 32108, 42108 Motor power +/–% (of the nominal value) 2109 32109, 42109 Motor voltage 2110 32110, 42110 DC-link voltage (DC) 2111 32111, 42111 Current error — Error code (E_) M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 155 The actual speed of the frequency inverter is within a value range of 0 and 10,000. In the application, this value is scaled to a percentage in the frequency range between the defined minimum and maximum frequencies. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 156 (motor speed = 1495 RPM) 0018 Content (2 bytes) of register 42106: 0024 (dec) 0018 Content (2 bytes) of registers 32106: 0024 (dec) (motor current = 0.24A) (motor current = 0.24A) 0F0D 0EBA M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 157 2000 (dec): The ID number of the first written register is 2001 (dec) as the master PLC has an offset of +1 0003 Total number of requested registers (42001–42103) 8101 Function code 10 (hex) can be used for broadcasting. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 158: Special Technical Data

    Symbols used in technical data and formulas. Internal voltage doubler circuit: U LN = 115V U 2 = 230V U LN = 120V U 2 = 240V Guide value (calculated), no standard rating. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 159: Device Series Mmx12

    Installation size Weight Lbs (kg) 1.2 (0.55) 1.2 (0.55) 1.2 (0.55) 1.5 (0.7) 1.5 (0.7) 1.5 (0.7) 2.2 (0.99) Notes Symbols used in technical data and formulas. Guide value (calculated), no standard rating. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 160: Device Series Mmx32

    22.1 22.1 (kg) (0.55) (0.55) (0.55) (0.7) (0.7) (0.7) (0.99) (8.0) (8.0) (10.0) (10.0) Notes Symbols used in technical data and formulas. Contact the Eaton Drives Technical Resource Center for technical data. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 161: Device Series Mmx34

    0.96 0.96 Fan (device-internal, temperature-controlled) Installation size Weight 1.2 ( (kg) (0.55) (0.55) 0.55) (0.7) (0.7) (0.7) (0.99) Notes Symbols used in technical data and formulas. Guide value (calculated), no standard rating. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 162 (0.99) (8.0) (8.0) (10.0) (10.0) Notes Symbols used in technical data and formulas. Allocated motor output with reduced load torque (about 10%). Contact the Eaton Drives Technical Resource Center for technical data. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 163: Device Series Mmx35

    Installation size Weight Lbs (kg) 2.2 (0.99) 2.2 (0.99) 2.2 (0.99) 2.2 (0.99) 2.2 (0.99) Notes Symbols used in technical data and formulas. Contact the Eaton Drives Technical Resource Center for technical data. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 164: Dimensions And Frame Sizes

    Appendix A Dimensions and Frame Sizes Approximate Dimensions in inches (mm) Dimensions and Frame Sizes, FS1–FS3 (FS = Frame Size) 0.28 in (7 mm) M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 165: Dimensions And Frame Sizes, Fs4 And Fs5 (Fs = Frame Size)

    Appendix A Approximate Dimensions in inches (mm) Dimensions and Frame Sizes, FS4 and FS5 (FS = Frame Size) 0.28 (7.0) Ø Ø1 Ø2 M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 166: Dimensions And Frame Sizes

    MMX34AA023_ MMX32AA031_ 6.50 5.51 14.57 13.82 15.08 8.07 0.28 0.55 MMX32AA038_ (165.0) (140.0) (414.0) (398.0) (383.0) (205.0) (7.0) (14.0) MMX34AA031_ MMX34AA038_ Note 1 in = 25.4 mm, 1 mm = 0.0394 in M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 167: Pc Interface Card

    The oscillograms can be stored in the PC and printed out The MMX-COM-PC interface module can be fitted and connected without any tools required. The MMX-COM-PC module is fitted on the front of the MMX frequency inverter. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 168: Upload

    9V block battery plug connection Switch the microswitch to ON. COMM LED is lit Note: Current consumption around 65 mA. Switch off 9V block battery after use (microswitch OFF) or remove battery (discharged within around 24h). M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 169: Mounting Frame For Fieldbus Connection

    (view from front of the keypad) of the MMX frequency inverter: First remove the cover of the interface in the MMX ● Removing the Interface Cover on the M-Max RJ 45 4 mm 3.4m [133.86 in] M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 170: Fitting And Connecting The Mounting Plate Of The Mmx-Net-Xa

    Then fit the cover with the inserted fieldbus interface card ● card onto the already fitted and installed mounting plate of the MMX-NET-XA M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 171: Mmx-Net-Xb Interface Module

    First remove the cover of the frequency inverter (4 screws) ● Remove Cover (FS4, FS5) OPTE3 T x 20 Then connect the required fieldbus interface card to the ● MMX-NET-XB interface module M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 172: Connecting The Mmx-Net-Xb Interface Module With

    Note: Before installing the fieldbus interface card check whether the plug connection provided, such as GND or bus terminal resistor have to be changed. Fit the combination of MMX-NET-XB interface module and fieldbus interface ● card and connect them M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 173: Profibus Dp Fieldbus Interface Card

    M-Max frequency inverter. Fieldbus Connection XMX-NET-PD-A and XMX-NET-PS-A enable the connection (slave) of frequency inverters of the M-Max series to the standard PROFIBUS DP fieldbus. Note: The optional MMX-NET-XA mounting frame is required for mounting and connecting the MMX frequency inverter.
  • Page 174: Cables, Fuses And Disconnect Devices

    The length of the motor cable depends on the radio interference class and is a maximum of 30m at M-Max. CAUTION Fuses and cables selected must always comply with the applicable regulations at the installation site. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 175: Fuses And Maximum Cross-Sections

    MMX35AA2D7… MMX35AA3D9… 3 x 2.5 3 x 14 3 x 2.5 3 x 14 2 x 2.5 2 x 14 MMX35AA6D1… MMX35AA9D0… Notes AWG = American Wire Gauge. UL fuse with AWG. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 176: Specified Fuses And Disconnect Devices

    PKM0-6.3/XTPM6P3BNL MMX35AA3D9… 3 AC 575V +10% FAZ-B6/3 PKM0-6.3/XTPM6P3BNL MMX35AA6D1… 3 AC 575V +10% FAZ-B10/3 PKM0-10/XTPM010BNL MMX35AA9D0… 3 AC 575V +10% FAZ-B20/3 PKM0-20/XTPM020BNL Notes Fuse UL-rated, Class J, 600V. I cn 10 kA. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 177: List Of Parameters

    0.1–3000s P6.6 Primary deceleration time (dec1) 0.1–3000s P6.7 Start function 0 = Acceleration time (ramp) 1 = Flying restart circuit P6.8 Stop function 0 = Fee coasting 1 = Deceleration time (ramp) M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 178: System Parameters In The Quick Start

    Factory settings dependent on specific drive selected. These parameters are overwritten with the bus-specific parameters when a fieldbus connection (for example, CANopen) is used. The parameter values described in the manual of the fieldbus interface then apply. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 179: Default I/O

    P3.1, P3.3 RO1 (NO) 22/23 P5.1, P5.10 Fixed Frequency B0 (12 Hz) P3.9, P10.2 RO2 (NO/NC) 24/25/26 Fault P5.2, P5.11 Fixed Frequency B1 (18 Hz) P3.10. P10.3 Ready P5.3, P5.9 Fault Reset P3.7 M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 180: Parameter Selection

    AI1, filter time 0.0–10.0s P2.5 AI2 signal range (analog input) (microswitch S3) Like P2.1 P2.6 AI2 custom minimum –100.00 to 100.00% P2.7 AI2 custom maximum –100.00 to 100.00% P2.8 AI2, filter time 0.0–10.0s M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 181: Digital Input

    (acc 2/dec 2) P3.16 1403 Stop acceleration/deceleration Like P3.2 time P3.17 1404 Block parameter access Like P3.2 P3.18 1405 Motor potentiometer, increase Like P3.2 value P3.19 1406 Motor potentiometer, Like P3.2 decrease value M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 182: Analog Output

    3 = Torque (%) 4 = PID controller (%) P4.2 AO, minimum value 0 = 0V 1 = 2V (live-zero) P4.3 1456 AO, gain 0.00–200.00% 100.00 P4.4 1477 AO, filter time 0.00–10.00s M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 183: Digital Output

    P5.6 Frequency monitoring 2 0 = Deactivated 1 = 0.00–P5.7 Hz 2 = P5.7–P6.4 Hz P5.7 Frequency monitoring 2 0.00–P6.4 Hz 0.00 reference value P5.8 1457 Current monitoring 0.00–P7.2A 0.00 M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 184: Drives Control

    P6.11 REAF, Testing period over three 0.00–60.00s 30.00 automatic restarts P6.12 REAF, Start function with 0 = Ramp, acceleration automatic restart 1 = Flying restart circuit 2 = According to P6.7 M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 185 1 = Operating unit (REF) 2 = Fieldbus (BUS) 3 = AI1 4 = AI2 5 = Motor potentiometer P6.33 1483 Manual mode, KEYPAD lock 0 = Deactivated 1 = Activated M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 186: Motor

    Underload low torque limit 10.0–150% 60.0 P8.13 Underload, low torque limit at 10.0–150% 10.0 zero frequency P8.14 Fieldbus error Like P8.1 P8.15 Fieldbus interface error Like P8.1 Note Factory settings dependent on specific drive selected. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 187: Pid Controller

    1435 PID controller, max. controller 0.0–100.0% deviation P9.18 1475 PID controller, reference value 0.1–32.7 scaling P9.19 1476 PID controller, process value 0.1–32.7 scaling P9.20 1478 PID controller, output signal 0.00–100.0% 100.0 limit M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 188: Fixed Frequencies

    Set time for FF3 0–10000s P10.15 1442 Set time for FF4 0–10000s P10.16 1443 Set time for FF5 0–10000s P10.17 1444 Set time for FF6 0–10000s P10.18 1445 Set time for FF7 0–10000s M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 189: V/Hz-Characteristic Curve

    P11.8 Control mode 0 = Frequency control (V/Hz) 1 = Speed control with slip compensation P11.9 Carrier frequency 1.5–16.0 kHz P11.10 Sine-wave filter 0 = Deactivated (constant carrier frequency) 1 = Enabled M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 190: Braking

    P12.9 1450 External brake, frequency 0.00–P6.4 Hz 1.00 threshold closing P12.10 1451 External brake, frequency 0.00–P6.4 Hz 1.50 threshold REV closing P12.11 1452 External brake, current limit 0.00–P7.2 A 0.00 opening M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 191: Logic Function

    28 = Fieldbus, remote output P13.2 1454 LOG function, Selection Like P13.1 input B P13.3 1455 LOG function, select 0 = A AND B operation 1 = A OR B 2 = A XOR B M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 192: Second Parameter Set

    Motor ambient temperature (2PS) –20° to 100°C P14.15 1470 Motor cooling factor at zero 0.0–150% 40.0 frequency (2PS) P14.16 1471 Motor thermal time constant (2PS) 1–200 min Note Factory settings dependent on specific drive selected. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 193: System Parameters

    1 = Resets parameter S2.1 Note These parameters are overwritten with the bus-specific parameters when a fieldbus connection (for example, CANopen) is used. The parameter values described in the manual of the fieldbus interface then apply. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 194 Trip counter: 0–0000 — User Set S4.1 Display contrast 0–15 S4.2 Restore factory defaults 0 = Factory setting or changed value 1 = Restores factory settings for all parameters S4.3 Password 0000–9999 0000 M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 195: Parameter Values Currently Being Measured

    Digital input DI4, DI5, DI6 status M1.16 Digital output RO1, RO2, DO status M1.17 PID reference value M1.18 PID feedback M1.19 PID error value M1.20 PID output M1.21 1480 Counter, digital input — M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 196: Door Panel Keypad Adapter System-Mounting Instructions

    Door Keypad Components Item Description Door keypad base Text panel, cool gray Door cable with attached grounding cable Door panel adapter Screws (4 pcs) Note: Make sure that you have received all necessary parts. M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 197: Door Keypad Mounting Instructions

    Place the control keypad base (item 1) toward the opening so that the screw holes you made in the cabinet door meet the bushings on the backside of the base. See figures below. Rear View Cabinet Door Fix the base on the cabinet door by tightening the screws (item 5). Leave One Screw Still Unfixed M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 198: Door Keypad Mounting Instructions, Continued

    Assemble door panel adapter (item 4) to a cover and UART connector. After that, connect cable (item 3) to door panel adapter (item 4). Assemble text panel (item 2) to door keypad base (item 1). (First) Push This End (Second) Push This End To Snap In M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 199: Door Keypad Cut-Out Dimensions

    Door Keypad Cut-out Dimensions Panel Cut-out 4 pcs ø6 6.69 (170.0) 4.69 (119.0) 4.33 (110.0) 0.16 0.98 (4.0) (25.0) 3.15 (80.0) 3.54 (90.0) 4.92 (125.0) M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 200: Door Keypad Dimensions

    Appendix B Approximate Dimensions in inches (mm) Door Keypad Dimensions 2.77 (70.3) 3.94 (100.2) 2.26 (57.4) 0.87 0.71 4.92 (125.0) (22.0) (18.0) Front View Side View M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 201 Appendix B M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
  • Page 202 Appendix B M-Max Series Adjustable Frequency Drive MN04020003E—October 2013 www.eaton.com...
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