Emerson E300 Series Design Manual

Emerson E300 Series Design Manual

Advanced elevator drive / dedicated elevator variable speed ac drive for induction and permanent magnet motors
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Design Guide
E300 Advanced
Elevator Drive
Model sizes 3 to 7
Dedicated Elevator Variable Speed
AC drive for induction and permanent
magnet motors
Part Number: 0479-0024-01
Issue: 1
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  • Page 1 Design Guide E300 Advanced Elevator Drive Model sizes 3 to 7 Dedicated Elevator Variable Speed AC drive for induction and permanent magnet motors Part Number: 0479-0024-01 Issue: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 2 Original Instructions For the purposes of compliance with the EU Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC General information The manufacturer accepts no liability for any consequences resulting from inappropriate, negligent or incorrect installation or adjustment of the optional operating parameters of the equipment or from mismatching the variable speed drive with the motor.
  • Page 3 How to use this guide This Design Guide provides complete information for installing and operating the drive from start to finish. The information is in logical order, taking the reader from receiving the drive through to fine tuning the performance. NOTE There are specific safety warnings throughout this guide, located in the relevant sections.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents Declaration of Conformity ....... 6 Electrical installation ......58 AC supply requirements ........59 Declaration of Conformity (including 2006 Fuse types ............59 Machinery Directive) ........ 7 Power connections ..........60 Communications connections ......66 Safety information .........8 Control connections ........... 67 Warnings, Cautions and Notes ......8 Position feedback interface ........
  • Page 5 Commissioning .........150 Diagnostics ........436 Operating mode ..........150 Keypad ..............436 Motor and Encoder data ........150 Status LED ............436 Autotune ............151 Communications protocols ........436 Elevator mechanical data ........158 Trip indications ..........437 Creep to floor profile .........159 Identifying a trip, trip source ......437 Direct to floor profile ..........160 Displaying trip history ........438 Creep to floor / Direct to floor - Start ....162...
  • Page 6: Declaration Of Conformity

    Declaration of Conformity Control Techniques Ltd Moteurs Leroy-Somer The Gro Usine des Agriers Newtown Boulevard Marcellin Leroy Powys CS10015 16915 Angoulême Cedex 9 SY16 3BE France This declaration applies to Elevator E200 and E300 variable speed drive These products comply with the requirements of the Restriction of products, comprising models numbers as shown below: Hazardous Substances Directive 2011/65/EU, the Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC and the Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 2004/108/...
  • Page 7: Declaration Of Conformity (Including 2006 Machinery Directive)

    Declaration of Conformity (including 2006 Machinery Directive) Control Techniques Ltd Moteurs Leroy-Somer The Gro Usine des Agriers Newtown Boulevard Marcellin Leroy Powys CS10015 16915 Angoulême Cedex 9 SY16 3BE France This declaration applies to Elevator E200 and E300 variable speed drive The harmonized standards used are shown below: products, comprising models numbers as shown below: Adjustable speed electrical power drive...
  • Page 8: Safety Information

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Safety information Warnings, Cautions and Notes A Warning contains information which is essential for avoiding a safety hazard. WARNING A Caution contains information which is necessary for avoiding a risk of damage to the product or other equipment.
  • Page 9: Motor

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Motor Ensure the motor is installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations. Ensure the motor shaft is not exposed. Standard squirrel cage induction motors are designed for single speed operation.
  • Page 10: Product Information

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Product information E300 Advanced Elevator drive E300 Advanced Elevator drive features • Universal high performance drive for asynchronous induction motors and synchronous permanent magnet motors. •...
  • Page 11: Model Number

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Model number The way in which the model numbers for the E300 Advanced Elevator drive range is formed is illustrated below: Figure 2-1 Model number E300 300 - 1 x STO,...
  • Page 12: Ratings

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Ratings The E300 Advanced Elevator drive is configured for Heavy Duty operation, For constant torque applications or applications which require a high overload capability, or full torque is required at low speeds (e.g.
  • Page 13: Advanced Parameters

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 2.4.1 Typical short term overload limits The maximum overload limit changes depending on the selected motor. Variations in motor rated current, motor power factor and motor leakage inductance all result in changes in the maximum possible overload due to the thermal models estimation of the motor temperature as a percentage of its maximum allowed temperature.
  • Page 14 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 2.4.2 Power and current ratings (derating for switching frequency and temperature) Table 2-4 Maximum permissible continuous output current @ 40 °C (104 °F) ambient Heavy Duty Nominal rating Maximum permissible continuous output current (A) for the following switching frequencies...
  • Page 15 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Table 2-5 Maximum permissible continuous output current @40 C (104 F) ambient with high IP insert installed Heavy Duty Maximum permissible continuous output current (A) for the following switching frequencies Model...
  • Page 16: Operating Modes

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Operating modes The E300 Advanced Elevator drive is designed to operate in any of the following modes, with the default operating mode being RFC-S. Open loop mode Open loop vector mode Fixed V/F mode (V/Hz)
  • Page 17: Compatible Position Feedback Devices

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Compatible position feedback devices Table 2-7 Supported feedback devices Encoder type Drive encoder type (C01) Quadrature incremental encoders with or without marker pulse AB (0) Quadrature incremental encoders with UVW commutation signals for absolute position for permanent magnet motors AB Servo (3)
  • Page 18: Drive Features

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Drive features Figure 2-3 Features of the drive (size 3 to 7) 17 16 17 16 1. Keypad connection 6.
  • Page 19: Options

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Options Figure 2-4 Drive features and options 1. Keypad - Local 4. Option module slot 2 7. KI-485 Adaptor 2.
  • Page 20 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Type Color Name Further Details Machine Control Studio compatible applications processor Moss Green MCi 200 2nd processor for running pre-defined and/or customer created application software. Machine Control Studio compatible applications processor (with Ethernet communications) Automation...
  • Page 21: Items Supplied With The Drive

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Items supplied with the drive The drive is supplied with a copy of the safety information booklet, the Certificate of Quality and an accessory kit box including the items shown in Table 2-11 below.
  • Page 22: Emc Filters

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 2.10 EMC filters There are three EMC filter options available: Table 2-12 EMC filter options Filter option Requirements of EN 61800-3:2004 met Internal EMC filter Second environment, with short motor cable...
  • Page 23: Ac Input Line Reactors

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 2.10.3 Compact external EMC filters The external Compact EMC filter for size 3, 4 and 5, drives can be bookcase mounted, the details for each of the Compact EMC filters is provided following.
  • Page 24: Emc Compliance (General Standards)

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters AC Input Line reactor Drive model Inductance Current rating Input power 05500030 05500040 05500069 06500100 06500150 12.3 06500190 15.8 11.0...
  • Page 25 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Table 2-17 Size 3 emission compliance (200 V drives) Table 2-22 Size 5 emission compliance (400 V drives) Switching Frequency (kHz) Switc0hing Frequency (kHz) Motor cable...
  • Page 26: Emc Compliance (Elevator Standards)

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Table 2-26 Size 6 emission compliance (575 V drives) Table 2-29 Size 7 emission compliance (575 V and 690 V drives) Switching Frequency (kHz) Motor cable Motor...
  • Page 27 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 2.13.1 Emission - EN 12015 The standard sets limits in the following categories: 1. Radiated emission from the enclosure This covers the frequency range 30 MHz to 1000 MHz.
  • Page 28 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Table 2-30 Emissions compliance Item Limit (%) Typical (%) Harmonic: 27.6 29.9 PWHD 16.5 cosφ 0.9790 Distortion factor 0.9580 Power factor 0.9379...
  • Page 29: Mechanical Installation

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Mechanical installation This chapter describes how to use all mechanical details to install the drive. The drive is intended to be installed in an enclosure. Key features of this chapter include: •...
  • Page 30: Terminal Cover Removal

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Terminal cover removal Isolation device The AC and / or DC power supply must be disconnected from the drive using an approved isolation device before any cover is removed from the drive or before any servicing work is performed.
  • Page 31 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 3.3.2 Removing the finger-guard and DC terminal cover break-outs Figure 3-2 Removing the finger-guard break-outs A: All sizes, B: Size 5, C: Size 6 D: Size 7 Place the finger-guard on a flat solid surface and remove the relevant break-outs with a hammer as shown (1).
  • Page 32: Installing / Removing Option Modules, Keypad

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters A grommet kit is available for size 7 finger guards. Table 3-1 Grommet kit (size 7) Drive size Part number Picture Size 7 - Kit of 8 x single entry grommets...
  • Page 33 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Installing the second option module • Move the option module in direction shown (3). • Align and insert the option module tab in to the slot provided on the already installed option module (4), this is highlighted in the detailed view (B). •...
  • Page 34 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters NOTE The large option module can only be inserted into slot 3. Additional standard option modules can still be installed and used in slot 2 and slot 1. Figure 3-7 Installation and removal of the KI-Elv Keypad RTC •...
  • Page 35: Dimensions And Mounting Methods

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Dimensions and mounting methods The drive can be either surface or through-panel mounted using the appropriate brackets. The following drawings show the dimensions of the drive and mounting holes for each method to allow a back plate to be prepared.
  • Page 36 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 3-10 Surface mounting the size 4 drive 9 mm (0.35 in) 106 mm (4.17 in) 53 mm 53 mm Æ...
  • Page 37 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 3-12 Surface mounting the size 6 drive 196.0 mm 7.0 mm 227 mm (8.94 in) (7.72 in) (0.28 in) 6.0 mm (0.24 in)
  • Page 38 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 3.5.2 Through-panel mounting Figure 3-14 Through-panel mounting the size 3 drive 97 mm (3.82 in) Æ5.20 mm (0.21 in) x 8 holes 73 mm (2.87 in) 200 mm (7.87 in)
  • Page 39 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 3-15 Through panel mounting the size 4 drive 106 mm (4.17 in) 124 mm (4.88 in) 68 mm 68 mm (2.68 in)
  • Page 40 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 3-17 Through panel mounting the size 6 drive 227 mm (8.94) 196 mm (7.72 in) 96 mm (3.78 in) 98 mm (3.86 in) 98 mm (3.86 in) Ø7.0 mm (0.276 in)
  • Page 41 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 3.5.3 Mounting brackets Table 3-4 Mounting brackets size (3 to 7) Size Surface Through-panel Hole size: 5.5 mm (0.22 in) Inner hole size: 6.5 mm (0.26 in) Inner hole size: 6.5 mm (0.26 in) Outer hole size: 5.5 mm (0.22 in)
  • Page 42: Enclosure For Elevator Drive

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Enclosure for Elevator drive 3.6.1 Enclosure layout Please observe the clearances in the diagram below taking into account any appropriate notes for other devices / auxiliary equipment when planning the installation.
  • Page 43: Heatsink Fan Operation

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Heatsink fan operation The drive is ventilated by an internal heatsink mounted fan. The fan housing forms a baffle plate, channelling the air through the heatsink chamber. Thus, regardless of mounting method (surface mounting or through-panel mounting), the installing of additional baffle plates is not required.
  • Page 44 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 3-21 Installing the gasket Enclosure rear wall Gasket Drive To seal the space between the drive and the backplate, use two sealing brackets as shown in Figure 3-22. Figure 3-22 Through panel mounting Enclosure rear wall...
  • Page 45 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 3-23 Installation of high IP insert for size 3 1. To install the high IP insert, firstly place a flat head screwdriver into the slot highlighted (1). 2.
  • Page 46 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 3-24 Installation of high IP insert for size 4 1. To install the high IP insert, firstly place a flat head screwdriver into the slot highlighted (1). 2.
  • Page 47 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 3-25 Installation of high IP insert for size 5 1. To install the high IP insert, firstly place a flat head screwdriver into the slot highlighted (1). 2.
  • Page 48: Electrical Terminals

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Electrical terminals 3.9.1 Location of the power and ground terminals Figure 3-26 Location of the power and ground terminals (size 3 to 7) 1.
  • Page 49: Emc Filters

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 3.9.2 Terminal sizes and torque settings To avoid a fire hazard and maintain validity of the UL listing, adhere to the specified tightening torques for the power and ground terminals.
  • Page 50 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 3-27 Removal of size 3 internal EMC filter Loosen / remove the screw and nut as shown (1) and (2). Lift away from securing points and then rotate away from the drive.
  • Page 51 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 3-30 Removal of size 6 internal EMC filter To electrically disconnect the Internal EMC filter, remove the screw (1) as highlighted above. Figure 3-31 Removal of the size 7 internal EMC filter To electrically disconnect the Internal EMC filter, remove the screw (1) as highlighted above.
  • Page 52 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 3.10.2 Standard external EMC filter details The external EMC filter details for each drive rating are provided in the table below. Table 3-11 Standard external EMC filter data Weight Model...
  • Page 53 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 3-35 Standard external EMC filter size (3 to 6) V: Ground stud X: Threaded holes for footprint mounting of the drive Y: Footprint mounting hole diameter Z: Bookcase mounting slot diameter.
  • Page 54 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 3-36 Standard external EMC filter (size 7) Load Line L1 L2 L3 L1 L2 L3 Table 3-16 Size 7 EMC filter dimensions CT part number 4200-1132...
  • Page 55 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 3.10.3 Compact external EMC filter data The external Compact EMC filter for size 3, 4 and 5, drives can be bookcase mounted. The details for each of the Compact EMC filters is provided below.
  • Page 56: Routine Maintenance

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Table 3-19 Compact external EMC filter overall dimensions CT part number 30 mm 15 mm 4200-6126 (1.81 in) (0.59 in) 145 mm 175 mm...
  • Page 57 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 3.11.2 Fan removal procedure Figure 3-40 Removal of the size 3, 4 and 5 heatsink fan (size 3 shown) 1.
  • Page 58: Electrical Installation

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Electrical installation Many cable management features have been incorporated into the product and accessories, this chapter shows how to optimize them. Key features include: •...
  • Page 59: Ac Supply Requirements

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters AC supply requirements Voltage: 200 V drive: 200 V to 240 V ±10 % 400 V drive: 380 V to 480 V ±10 % 575 V drive: 500 V to 575 V ±10 %...
  • Page 60: Power Connections

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Power connections Figure 4-1 Size 3 power and ground connections DC / Brake Connections External Thermal braking overload resistor protection...
  • Page 61 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 4-2 Size 4 power and ground connections DC / Brake Connections Thermal overload protection External device braking resistor Additional ground...
  • Page 62 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 4-3 Size 5 power and ground connections DC / Brake Connections External Thermal braking overload resistor protection device Thermal...
  • Page 63 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 4-4 Size 6 power and ground connections DC / Brake Connections Thermal overload protection External device braking resistor DC - DC +...
  • Page 64 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 4-5 Size 7 power and ground connections AC Connections Mains Supply Supply ground Fuses Optional line reactor Optional EMC filter +DC -DC...
  • Page 65 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Ground connections Size 6 4.3.1 On a size 6, the supply and motor ground connections are made using the M6 studs located above the supply and motor terminals.
  • Page 66: Communications Connections

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Communications connections Size 7 On size 7, the supply and motor ground connections are made using the The drive offers a 2 wire 485 interface.
  • Page 67: Control Connections

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Table 4-4 Isolated serial comms lead details Part number Description 4500-0096 CT USB Comms cable The “isolated serial communications” lead has reinforced insulation as defined in IEC60950 for altitudes up to 3,000 m. 4.4.2 2 wire EIA-RS485 network The diagram below shows the connections required for a 2 wire EIA-RS485 network, using a master controller with an EIA-RS485 port.
  • Page 68 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters The control circuits are isolated from the power circuits in the drive by basic insulation (single insulation) only. The installer must ensure that the external control circuits are insulated from human contact by at least one layer of insulation (supplementary insulation) rated for use at the AC supply voltage.
  • Page 69 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 4-12 Default terminal functions E300 Advanced elevator drive Polarized control connectors 41 42 0V common External 24V supply 0V common V4 Speed Reference Input V2 Speed Reference Input...
  • Page 70 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 4.5.2 E300 Advanced Elevator drive control terminal specification 0V common Function Common connection control terminals 1 to 11 +24V external input Function To supply the control circuit without providing a supply to the power stage...
  • Page 71 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Analog input 3 Default function Motor thermistor input Type of input Bipolar single-ended analog voltage, or thermistor input Mode controlled by...
  • Page 72 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Digital I/O 1 Digital I/O 2 Digital I/O 3 Terminal 24 default function V threshold 1 output Terminal 25 default function Brake control output Terminal 26 default function...
  • Page 73: Position Feedback Interface

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters +24 Vdc Size 6 Nominal operating voltage + 24.0 Vdc Minimum continuous operating voltage + 18.6 Vdc Maximum continuous operating voltage + 28.0 Vdc Minimum startup voltage...
  • Page 74 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 4.6.1 Compatible position feedback devices Table 4-6 Supported feedback devices on the Drive Position Feedback Interface Encoder type (C01) setting Quadrature incremental encoders with or without marker pulse AB (0)
  • Page 75 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 4.6.2 Position feedback connection details Table 4-8 Drive position feedback interface connection details 15 Way D Type Connections Drive Encoder Type (C01) AB (0)
  • Page 76 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 4.6.3 Position feedback terminal specifications A,F, Cosref, Data, Cos H A\,F\ Cosref\, Data\, Cos L AB (0), FD (1), FR (2), AB Servo (3), FD Servo (4), FR Servo (5) Type EIA 485 differential receivers Line termination components...
  • Page 77 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Z, Data, Freeze, Ref H Z\, Data\, Freeze\, Ref L AB (0), FD (1), FR 2), AB Servo (3), FD Servo (4), FR Servo (5 SC SC (15) Type EIA 485 differential receivers...
  • Page 78 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters V, D, Not used, Not used V\, D\, Not used, Not used AB Servo (3), FD Servo (4), FR Servo (5 SC Servo (12) Type EIA 485 differential receivers...
  • Page 79: Shield, Ground Connections

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Shield, Ground connections Shielding considerations are important for PWM drive installations due to the high voltages and currents present in the output (motor) circuit with a very wide frequency spectrum, typically from 0 to 20 MHz.
  • Page 80: Minimum Connections

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Minimum connections This following section shows the basic connections which are required for the drive to operate. Figure 4-16 Minimum connections for operation in RFC-S mode (size 3 and 4) Braking resistor Lift Controller...
  • Page 81 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 4-17 Minimum connections for operation in RFC-S mode (size 5) Lift Controller Braking resistor V4 Medium Speed Keypad optional item Local or Remote option V2 Speed Reference...
  • Page 82 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 4-18 Minimum connections for operation in RFC-S mode (size 6) Lift Controller Braking resistor Keypad optional item Local or V4 Medium speed Remote options...
  • Page 83 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 4-19 Minimum connections for operation in RFC-S mode (size 7) Fuses Lift Controller Input line reactor V4 Medium speed Keypad optional item Local or...
  • Page 84: 24 Vdc Supply

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 24 Vdc supply The 24 Vdc supply connected to control terminals 1 & 2 provides the following functions: •...
  • Page 85: Low Voltage Operation

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 4-20 Location of the 24 Vdc power supply connection on size 6 Figure 4-21 Location of the 24 Vdc power supply connection on size 7 4.10 Low voltage operation With the addition of a 24 Vdc power supply to supply the control circuits, the drive is able to operate from a low voltage DC supply with a range of...
  • Page 86 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Going from low voltage operation to normal mains operation requires the inrush current to be controlled. This may be provided externally. If not, the drive supply can be interrupted to utilize the normal soft starting method in the drive.
  • Page 87 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters that cannot be cleared by the user. This effectively “marks” the drive so that if it is damaged as a result of an input current surge, this can be detected by service personnel.
  • Page 88 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 3. If DC Bus Voltage (J65) is above the Standard Under Voltage Threshold (O11) then Under Voltage (L19) = Off (0) and Under Voltage System Contactor Closed (O16) = On (1), so the drive can run from the high voltage AC supply.
  • Page 89 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters The diagram below shows the state of Under Voltage (L19) and the control signal to the external contactor Under Voltage Contactor Close Output (O15)).
  • Page 90: Supplies Requiring Input Line Reactors

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Low voltage supply mode enable Parameter LV Supply Mode Enable (O12). See Standard Under Voltage Threshold (O11) and User Supply Select (O10) for details of when and how drive parameters can be saved, and when a a PSU 24 V trip can occur.
  • Page 91 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters NOTE The nominal output cable size assumes the motor maximum current matches that of the drive. Where a motor of reduced rating is used the cable rating may be chosen to match that of the motor.
  • Page 92 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Table 4-14 Cable ratings (400 V) Cable size (IEC) Cable size (UL) Model Input Output Input Output Nominal Maximum Installation...
  • Page 93: Output Circuit And Motor Protection

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Installation class (ref: IEC60364-5-52:2001) B1 - Separate cables in conduit. B2 - Multicore cable in conduit. C - Multicore cable in free air. Cable size may be reduced if a different installation method is used, or if the ambient temperature is lower.
  • Page 94: Braking

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 4.14 Braking Braking occurs when the drive is decelerating the motor, or is preventing the motor from gaining speed due to mechanical influences. During braking, energy is returned to the drive from the motor.
  • Page 95 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 4.14.1 Minimum resistances and power ratings for the braking resistor at 40 °C (104 °F) Overload protection When an external braking resistor is used, it is essential that an overload protection device is incorporated in the braking resistor circuit;...
  • Page 96: Ground Leakage

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Table 4-21 Braking resistor resistance and power rating (690 V) Continuous Minimum resistance * Instantaneous power rating power rating Model Ω...
  • Page 97: Emc (Electromagnetic Compatibility)

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 4.15.1 Use of residual current device (RCD) There are three common types of ELCB / RCD: 1. AC - detects AC fault currents 2.
  • Page 98: General Requirements For Emc

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 4.17 General requirements for EMC Ground connections The grounding arrangements should be in accordance with the following, which shows a single drive on a back-plate with or without an additional enclosure.
  • Page 99 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 4.17.1 Cable layout Figure 4-31 shows the clearances which should be observed around the drive and related ‘noisy’ power cables by all sensitive control signals / equip- ment.
  • Page 100 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 4.17.2 EMC requirements (first and second environments) Operation in the first environment An external EMC filter will always be required. This is a product of the restricted distribution class according to IEC 61800-3 In a residential environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
  • Page 101 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 4.17.4 Grounding of the drive and EMC filter Connect the shield of the motor cable to the ground terminal of the motor frame using a link that is as short as possible and not exceeding 50 mm °...
  • Page 102 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 4.17.5 Shielding requirements for the braking circuit Un-shielded wiring to the external braking resistor may be used provided the wiring runs internally to the enclosure. Ensure a minimum spacing of 300 mm (12 in) from the signal wiring and the AC supply wiring to the external EMC filter.
  • Page 103 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 4.17.7 Interruptions to the motor cable The motor cable should ideally be a single length of shielded or armored cable having no interruptions. In some situations it may be necessary to interrupt the cable as shown in the following examples: •...
  • Page 104: Safe Torque Off (Sto)

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 4-40 Surge suppression for analog and bipolar inputs and outputs Signal from plant Signal to drive 2 x 15V zener diode e.g.
  • Page 105 The drive does not provide any facility to over-ride the Safe Torque Off (STO) function, for example for maintenance purposes. NOTE Emerson Control Techniques provide a zero output motor contactor solution which meets EN81-1 (clause 12.7.3) and EN81-2 (clause 12.4). For further details contact the supplier of the drive.
  • Page 106: Getting Started

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Getting started Incorrect operation Adjustment of drive parameters could result in a risk of damage to the product or present a safety hazard. Careful consideration to the adjustment of drive parameters must be taken.
  • Page 107: Keypad Display

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Keypad display The keypad can display up to a maximum of 4 rows of data. During navigation all 4 rows can be displayed. When the drive is powered up the lower display row will show the selected “power up parameter”...
  • Page 108: Display Messages

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Display messages The following tables indicate the various possible mnemonics which can be displayed by the drive and their meanings. 5.3.1 Alarm indications An alarm is an indication given on the display.
  • Page 109: Security And Parameter Access

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Security and parameter access The navigation buttons can only be used to move between menus and parameters if the parameter access level User Security Status (H02) has been set to show 'All Menus'.
  • Page 110: Keypad Menu And Parameter Navigation

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Keypad menu and parameter navigation The drive parameter structure consists of menus and parameters, which at power up displays the User Menu A due to the default security, parameter access level in User Security Status (H02).
  • Page 111: Saving Parameters

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters • Parameter editing If the up and down keys are pressed together in parameter edit mode, where the value is flashing, then the value of the parameter being edited will be set to 0 or the minimum value selectable for the given parameter.
  • Page 112 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 5-6 Display modes- RFC-A/S example STATUS MODE I n h To enter parameter mode press enter button or Timeout Press escape...
  • Page 113: Menus, Parameters

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 5.12 Menus, Parameters 5.12.1 .Menu, parameter structure The E300 Advanced Elevator drive has a full list of menus which range from Menu A through to Menu Z as detailed in Table 5-8 Full menu descriptions .
  • Page 114 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 5-7 User Menu A set-up Menu = B Motor Estimated motor spd User Menu A Menu = C Encoder Estimated motor spd Enc lines per rev Enc lines per rev...
  • Page 115: Powering Up The Drive

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 5.13 Powering up the drive When the drive is first powered up, the following operating modes can be selected. The default operating mode is RFC-S Table 5-9 Drive operating mode Parameter Detail...
  • Page 116 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 5-9 NV Media Card operation, programming drive Drive reads all parameters from the media card Drive boots from the Boot edia card power up and...
  • Page 117: Nv Media Card Transferring Data

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 5.16.1 NV Media Card trips The NV Media Card should not be removed during data transfer as the drive will produce a trip. If this occurs, then either the transfer should be re- attempted or in the case of a NV Media Card to drive transfer, default parameters should be loaded.
  • Page 118: Elevator Connect Pc Tool

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 5.17.3 Boot from the NV Media Card on every power up • Parameter Cloning (N01) = Boot (4) - Boot from NV Media Card on every power up When Parameter Cloning (N01) is set to Boot (4) the drive operates the same as Auto mode, except when the drive is powered-up the parameters are automatically transferred to the drive at power up if the following are true: •...
  • Page 119: Changing The Operating Mode

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 5.19 Changing the operating mode Changing the operating mode returns all parameters to their default value, including the motor parameters. User Security Status (H02) and User Security Code (H01) are not affected by this procedure.
  • Page 120 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Serial Mode (M02) This parameter defines the data format used by the EIA485 comms port on the drive. Value Text 0 (Default)
  • Page 121 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Minimum Comms Transmit Delay (M04) There will always be a finite delay between the end of a message from the host (master) and the time at which the host is ready to receive the response from the drive (slave).
  • Page 122: User Menu A

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting User Menu Advanced Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters User Menu A Basic parameter descriptions Creep to floor operation The E300 Advanced Elevator drive in its default configuration is for a gearless Elevator application using a synchronous PM motor in RFC-S operat- ing mode with position feedback.
  • Page 123 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting User Menu Advanced Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Table 6-2 User Menu A Open loop, RFC-A and RFC-S parameters Range( ) Default( ) Parameter Type RFC-A RFC-S RFC-A RFC-S...
  • Page 124 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting User Menu Advanced Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Range( ) Default( ) Parameter Type RFC-A RFC-S RFC-A RFC-S Motor Rated 50 Hz: 50.0 {B06} 0.0 to 550.0 Hz RW Num Frequency 60 Hz: 60.0...
  • Page 125 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting User Menu Advanced Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Range( ) Default( ) Parameter Type RFC-A RFC-S RFC-A RFC-S V4 Speed {G04} 0 to Nominal Elevator Speed (A28) 10 mm/s RW Num Reference...
  • Page 126 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting User Menu Advanced Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 6-1 User Menu 0 logic diagram V4 S peed Analog Input 1 Analog eference Input 1 Destination A10 = 1 or 2 Analog Speed...
  • Page 127 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting User Menu Advanced Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Analog Profile generation Carried out by Elevator OL> controller in analog reference mode Output Analog frequency speed reference Motor control Symmetrical Current Limit...
  • Page 128: Parameter Descriptions

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting User Menu Advanced Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Parameter descriptions Pr mm00 is available in all menus and commonly used functions are provided and can be selected as either text strings or by selecting the appropriate numeric values as shown in the following table.
  • Page 129: Full Parameter Descriptions

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting User Menu Advanced Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Full parameter descriptions A00 {A00} Parameter Zero 0 to 65,535 A00 (Parameter Zero A00) A01 {H02} User Security Status User menu A (0), All Menus (1), Read-only RFC-A...
  • Page 130 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting User Menu Advanced Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 3: Auto Setting A03 (N01) = Auto (3) and initiating a drive reset will transfer the parameter data from the drive to a parameter file with file identification number 1 (any existing file will be overwritten).
  • Page 131 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting User Menu Advanced Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters A06 {J39} Profile Speed (OL) {J40} Actual Speed (RFC) RFC-A 0 to 10000 mm/s RFC-S A06 (Profile Speed J39) (Actual Speed J40) Open loop mode Profile speed This indicates the profile generator output speed in mm/s units.
  • Page 132 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting User Menu Advanced Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters A10 {H11} Control Input Mode Analog Run Prmit (0), Analog 2 Dir (1), RFC-A Priority 1 Dir (2), Binary 1 Dir (3), Priority 1 Dir (2) Priority 2 Dir (4),...
  • Page 133 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting User Menu Advanced Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters The table below details the bits within the control word and their function: Description Priority Selects V1 Speed Reference (Creep speed by default). If a higher priority speed is selected it will override this speed 10 (lowest) selection.
  • Page 134 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting User Menu Advanced Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Table 6-5 Supported feedback types Encoder type Signals Position feedback type Communications 0: AB Quadrature Incremental None 1: FD Frequency and direction Incremental None...
  • Page 135 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting User Menu Advanced Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters A13 {C02} Drive Encoder Auto Configuration Select RFC-A Disabled (0) Enabled (1) Enabled (1) RFC-S A13 (Drive Encoder Auto Configuration Select C02) If auto configuration has not been disabled, A13 (Drive Encoder Auto Configuration Select C02) = Enabled (1), then during position feedback initialization or power up.
  • Page 136 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting User Menu Advanced Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters A16 {C13} Position Feedback Phase Angle RFC-A 0.0 to 359.9 ° 0.0 ° RFC-S A16 (Position Feedback Phase Angle C13) RFC-S mode Position feedback phase angle.
  • Page 137 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting User Menu Advanced Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters A18 {B02} Motor Rated Current Maximum Heavy Duty ±VM_RATED_CURRENT RFC-A Rating (J05) RFC-S A18 (Motor Rated Current B02) Enter the motor name plate value for the motor rated current.
  • Page 138 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting User Menu Advanced Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters load in order to compensate for speed drop. If slip compensation is required, this parameter should be set to the value from the motor name plate which should give the correct rpm for a hot machine.
  • Page 139 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting User Menu Advanced Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Output voltage characteristic Motor rated (Fd) voltage B03/2 Voltage boost Output frequency B06 / 2 3: Ur Auto (Resistance compensation, stator resistance measured on first start) Resistance compensation is used as in Ur S mode, but the stator resistance is only measured once when the drive is first enabled.
  • Page 140 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting User Menu Advanced Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters A24 {B16} Symmetrical current limit 165.0 % + VM_MOTOR1_ RFC-A CURRENT LIMIT % 175.0 % RFC-S A24 (Symmetrical Current Limit B16) The symmetrical current limit controls the current when the motor is being accelerated away from standstill during constant speed with changing load levels and during deceleration towards standstill.
  • Page 141 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting User Menu Advanced Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Autotune Open loop mode There are two autotunes available in open loop mode a static and rotating test. A rotating autotune should be used whenever possible so the measured value of power factor of the motor can be used by the drive.
  • Page 142 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting User Menu Advanced Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters rotating test is performed in which the motor is accelerated with the currently selected ramps up to the currently selected speed reference, and this speed is maintained for the duration of the test.
  • Page 143 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting User Menu Advanced Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters A28 {E01} Nominal Elevator Speed mm/s 0 to 1800 mm/s RFC-A 1000 mm/s 0 to 4000 mm/s RFC-S A28 (Nominal Elevator Speed mm/s E01) This parameter sets the elevator linear shaft speed (contract speed) in mm/s.
  • Page 144 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting User Menu Advanced Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters A33 {E07} Nominal Elevator Speed rpm 1480.14 rpm RFC-A 1.00 to 4000.00 rpm RFC-S 39.48 rpm A33 (Nominal Elevator Speed E07) This parameter displays the calculated nominal elevator motor speed in rpm.
  • Page 145 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting User Menu Advanced Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters If a value of 0 mm/s is set in any of the jerk parameters, this section of the profile will be linear i.e. jerk = acceleration or deceleration rate. A40 {G11} Acceleration Rate A41 {G12}...
  • Page 146 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting User Menu Advanced Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters The brake apply delay sets the time in ms for the brake to be fully applied / closed on the motor. This is used during stopping to determine when the brake is considered fully applied / closed, and the control sequence can be completed i.e.
  • Page 147 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting User Menu Advanced Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters A55 {I22} Start Lock Enable RFC-A Off (0) or On (1) Off (0) RFC-S A55 (Start Lock Enable I22) When set to Off (0), the Start lock enable control is disabled and in some configurations, i.e.
  • Page 148 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting User Menu Advanced Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters A59 {G47} Start Optimizer Jerk RFC-A ±VM_EX00_RUN_JERK_ 10 mm/s³ x10 1 mm/s³ x10 RFC-S A59 (Start Optimizer Jerk G47) This parameter sets the start optimizer jerk in mm/s .
  • Page 149 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting User Menu Advanced Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters A62 to A80 User Defined Parameters For User Menu A RFC-A RFC-S A62 to A80 (User defined parameters for User menu A) Parameter A62 through to A80 are User menu A parameters which can be set-up by the user for quick access to parameters which are required for the specific application.
  • Page 150: Commissioning

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Commissioning The drive must be set-up by a responsible person who is familiar with the systems operation and safety requirements to avoid a safety hazard.
  • Page 151: Autotune

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Table 7-2 Motor parameters Parameter Mode Detail Motor Rated Current (B02) Open loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Motor nameplate data Motor Rated Voltage (B03) Motor Rated Power Factor (B04) Open loop...
  • Page 152 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 3. If the autotune test is not completed successfully, the parameters will retain their original values resulting in incorrect operation if the drive is enabled.
  • Page 153 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 7-1 Static autotune flow diagram START STATIC AUTOTUNE Motor and encoder (RFC-A, RFC-S) parameters Motor and encoder details must be set-up in the drive parameters Motor brake control Brake control should be disabled, the motor brakes...
  • Page 154 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Open loop, Static autotune: Basic control parameters This test measures the basic control parameters without moving the motor. A stationary test is performed to measure Stator resistance, Transient inductance, Maximum deadtime compensation and Current at maximum deadtime compensation as detailed in Table 7-4.
  • Page 155 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters incorrect, the motor will then rotate under control in the wrong direction. Table 7-6 below shows the parameters required for basic RFC-S motor control and indicates which can be set by the user from the motor nameplate and which can be measured with the static autotune.
  • Page 156 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 12. As before, the drive enable must be removed and re-applied before the drive can be restarted after the trip has been reset. Care should be taken if the autotune was not completed as the drive parameters that should have been measured and set-up will still have their original values.
  • Page 157 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Open loop Rotating autotune: Basic control and improved performance Stage 1 of the Rotating autotune is to carry out the Static autotune in Open loop as described in section 7.3.1 Static Autotune . Stage 2 a rotating autotune test is performed in which the motor is accelerated with the selected ramps up to a frequency of A21 Motor Rated Frequency B06) x 2/3, and the frequency is maintained at that level for 4 seconds.
  • Page 158: Elevator Mechanical Data

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters RFC-S Rotating autotune: Basic control and improved performance This test measures the parameters for improved performance by rotating the motor. The test can be used to measure all parameters for basic control and improved performance through cancelling cogging torque effects.
  • Page 159: Creep To Floor Profile

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 7-3 Elevator mechanical data A Nominal elevator B Nominal elevator speed mm/s speed (motor) rpm Elevator Elevator sheave gearbox...
  • Page 160: Direct To Floor Profile

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 7-4 Creep to floor profile, Timing diagram Brake Control Apply Delay ( V2 Speed Reference ( Speed Reference Speed Reference Run Jerk 2 (...
  • Page 161 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Table 7-12 Calculated and user deceleration distances Speed Calculated Deceleration Distance User Deceleration Distance V1 Speed Reference (G01) V1 Calculated Deceleration Distance (J10) V1 Deceleration Distance Setpoint (G19) V2 Speed Reference (G02)
  • Page 162: Creep To Floor / Direct To Floor - Start

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 7-7 Direct to floor profile, timing diagram Brake Control Apply Delay ( V1 Speed Reference ( Speed Reference Run Jerk 3 ( Run Jerk 2 (...
  • Page 163 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 7-8 Start lock Start lock Speed Clamp ( Start Lock Enable ( Start Lock P Gain ( Acceleration Rate ( Start Speed Loop P Gain ( Start Speed Loop I Gain (...
  • Page 164 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 7-9 Start optimization Start Optimizer Enable ( Start Optimizer Speed ( Start Optimizer Jerk ( Acceleration Rate ( Start Optimizer Time ( Start optimizer Start Speed Loop P Gain (...
  • Page 165 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 7-10 Profile start and associated gains Run Jerk 2 G14 Variable Gains Transition Speed Threshold ( Acceleration Rate ( Run Jerk 1 G13 Drive active...
  • Page 166: Travel

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters The operating speeds for the E300 Advanced Elevator drive are V1, V2, V3 and V4. V1 is selected by default as the Creep speed with V2, V3 and V4 being user defined speeds.
  • Page 167: Stop

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Stop The stop profile for the Elevator system can be configured and adjusted, using the following profile parameters and current control loop gains. For Closed loop operation there are additional speed control loop gains available.
  • Page 168 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 7.9.2 Stop profile brake control The motor brake control for the Elevator can be controlled either from the E300 Advanced Elevator drive or from the Elevator controller. By default the drive is set-up to provide a brake control output on control terminal T25.
  • Page 169: Additional Control Functions

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 7.10 Additional control functions The brake control must be adjusted by a responsible person who is familiar with the system operation and safety requirements to avoid a safety hazard.
  • Page 170: Load Cell Compensation

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Table 7-27 Motor contactor control Creep Stop Deceleration Rate ( V1 Creep Speed Reference ( Run Jerk 1 G13 Creep Stop Jerk G18 Torque producing current Speed selection...
  • Page 171 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Table 7-28 Load cell compensation Parameter Detail Load Cell Compensation Enable (E10) Enables the load cell compensation torque offset to be applied The input to the load cell compensations scheme.
  • Page 172: Fast Stop

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 7.13 Fast stop A fast stop is available for commissioning / start up and inspection of the Elevator system. The fast stop allows the user to define a fast stop deceleration rate that is greater than the standard stop deceleration rate.
  • Page 173: Load Measurement

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 7-19 Fast stop during acceleration Run Jerk 3 ( Acceleration Rate G11 Fast stop disabled - Standard profile, deceleration, creep and stop active Fast stop enabled - Fast stop deceleration and fixed 200 ms stop jerk active...
  • Page 174: Inertia Compensation

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 7.16 Inertia compensation Inertia compensation compensates for the elevator inertia acceleration torque), and for the elevator car load holding torque). This information is then used to apply a torque reference to enable good ride comfort when starting the elevator.
  • Page 175: Advanced Door Opening

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 7.18 Advanced door opening An advanced door opening output can be configured on the E300 Advanced Elevator drive. This feature provides an output to the Elevator controller to open the elevator car doors at a defined speed prior to the elevator car reaching the floor level.
  • Page 176 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Table 7-35 UPS power control parameter Parameter Detail Ups Control Enable (O05) Enable, disable for UPS control UPS Maximum Power Set point Maximum UPS power in kW.
  • Page 177: Peak Curve Operation

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 7.20 Peak curve operation Peak curve operation optimizes the speed profile independent of the moment when the signal to stop occurs. Peak curve operation is especially suited to elevators, where the rated speed cannot be achieved on some floors, due to differing floor level distances, or where the rated speed cannot be achieved on a single floor travel, due to higher elevator speeds.
  • Page 178 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Table 7-36 Peak curve operating scenarios Condition Diagram Description Stop activated while at If a stop is activated while at constant speed, a normal stop occurs constant speed and the profile parameters are not modified.
  • Page 179: Floor Sensor Correction

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 7-23 Peak curve operation timing Peak curve operation Nominal Spd Distance Peak curve distance Selected speed Creep speed Deceleration Distance Calculated ( Calculated deceleration distance...
  • Page 180 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 7-24 Floor sensor correction logic diagram Floor Sensor Creep to floor and direct to floor mode Floor Sensor Correction Floor Sensor...
  • Page 181 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 7.21.2 Floor sensor correction, creep to floor, on detection of signal via digital input 5 When the floor sensor correction signal is detected, travel within Floor Sensor Correction Target Distance (G31) is position controlled, modifying the profile (deceleration and jerk rates) as required.
  • Page 182: Short Floor Landing

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 7.22 Short floor landing The short floor landing function allows operation with 'short' floor heights, where the length of travel is less than the slowing distance from the rated elevator speed.
  • Page 183: Backing Up The Drive Parameter Set

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 7-30 Fast start Normal start Fast start Landing call Door control Fast Drive enable Fast Motor contactors Motor current (magnetisation) Fast Fast...
  • Page 184: Nv Media Card

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 7.25 NV Media Card The NV Media Card used for backing up the drive parameters can be either a SMARTCARD or an SD card Adaptor with SD card. When installing and removing the NV Media Card beware of possible live power terminals which could result in a safety hazard and electric shock.
  • Page 185: Elevator Connect Pc Tool

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters At power up, if Parameter Cloning Modes (N01) is set to Auto (3), the drive will save the complete parameter set to the NV Media Card. The drive will display 'Card Write' during this operation.
  • Page 186: Advanced Parameters

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Advanced Parameters This is a quick reference to all parameters in the drive showing units, ranges limits etc, with block diagrams to illustrate their function and full descriptions.
  • Page 187 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Table 8-2 Key to parameter table coding Coding Attribute Read/Write: can be written by the user Read only: can only be read by the user 1 bit parameter.
  • Page 188 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters VM_DC_VOLTAGE Range applied to DC voltage reference parameters Units Range of [MIN] Range of [MAX] 0 to 1190 VM_DC_VOLTAGE[MAX] is the full scale DC bus voltage feedback (over voltage trip level) for the drive.
  • Page 189 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters VM_POSITIVE_REF_CLAMP1 Limits applied to the positive frequency or speed reference clamp Open-loop: Hz Units RFC-A, RFC-S: rpm or mm/s Open-loop: 0.0 Range of [MIN] RFC-A, RFC-S: 0.0...
  • Page 190 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters VM_STD_UNDER_VOLTS Range applied to the standard under voltage threshold Units Range of [MIN] 0 to 1150 Range of [MAX] 0 to 1150 VM_STD_UNDER_VOLTS[MAX] = VM_DC_VOLTAGE_SET / 1.1 Definition...
  • Page 191: Menu B: Motor

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Menu B: Motor Figure 8-1 Menu B Open loop logic diagram L1 L2 L3 Open-Loop Motor Control Mode Autotune DC Bus Voltage...
  • Page 192 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 8-2 Menu B RFC-A, RFC-S logic diagram Output Frequency Flux Calculator Motor Rated Current Number Of Motor Poles Stator Resistance...
  • Page 193 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters DC Bus Voltage Voltage Reference Modulator Maximum Switching Frequency Minimum Switching Frequency Switching Frequency Step Size Reverse Motor Phase Sequence Flux Controller Motor Rated Voltage...
  • Page 194 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Range( ) Default( ) Parameter Type Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S B01 Drive Control Mode Open-loop (1), RFC-A (2), RFC-S (3) ND NC PT B02 Motor Rated Current ±VM_RATED_CURRENT A...
  • Page 195 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Range( ) Default( ) Parameter Type Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S Motor Contactor Measured 0 to 32767 ms 0 ms Delay Time Open-Loop: Transient...
  • Page 196 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Drive Control Mode Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 8 Bit Volatile Update Rate Background read Display Format Standard...
  • Page 197 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Open-loop Motor Rated Frequency (B06) and Motor Rated Voltage (B03) define the frequency to voltage characteristic applied to the motor. See Open Loop Control Mode (B09) for more details.
  • Page 198 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Motor Rated Frequency Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A Minimum Maximum 550.0 Default 50.0 Units Type 16 Bit User Save Update Rate Background read Display Format...
  • Page 199 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters RFC-S Motor Rated Speed (B07) is not used by the motor control algorithms, but it is used by the motor thermal protection system. Open Loop Control Mode Mode Open-Loop...
  • Page 200 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters test has been completed successfully the mode is changed to Ur mode and Stator Resistance (B34) is saved to non-volatile memory. If Parameter Cloning (N01) is set to 3 or 4 the Stator Resistance (B34) is also written to a non-volatile media card fitted in the drive.
  • Page 201 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Action On Action Enable (B09) Disabled (0) No phasing test is carried out on enable Short (1) A test lasting approximately 0.4 s is carried out on every enable A test lasting approximately 0.4 s is carried out when the drive is first enabled after power-up, and when the drive is enabled after Short Once (2)
  • Page 202 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters The table below shows the parameters required for motor control indicating which should be set by the user and which can be measured with an auto- tune test.
  • Page 203 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters The following describes the effects of the auto-tune test on the drive parameters for RFC-S mode: 1. All auto-tune tests rely on the motor being stationary when the test is initiated to give accurate results. 2.
  • Page 204 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters The following describes the effects of the auto-tune test on the drive parameters for RFC-S mode: 1. All auto-tune tests rely on the motor being stationary when the test is initiated to give accurate results. 2.
  • Page 205 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Open-Loop See Open Loop Control Mode (B09). RFC-A During auto-tune test 2 the drive uses the Open-loop mode control strategy with fixed voltage boost. Low Frequency Voltage Boost (B12) is used to define the level of low voltage boost used during the test.
  • Page 206 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Switching Frequency Step Size Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 8 Bit User Save Update Rate Background read Display Format...
  • Page 207 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Motor Percentage Flux Mode RFC-A Minimum Maximum 150.0 Default Units Type 16 Bit Volatile Update Rate Background write Display Format Standard Decimal Places...
  • Page 208 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Motor Thermal Time Constant 1 Mode RFC-S Minimum Maximum 3000.0 Default 89.0 Units Type 16 Bit User Save Update Rate Background read Display Format...
  • Page 209 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 1.05 Low Speed Thermal Protection Mode(B44) = 0 Proportion ofRated Frequency(B06) for Open-loop mode Proportion ofRated Speed(B07) for RFC-A/RFC-S modes 1.05 0.707 Low Speed Thermal...
  • Page 210 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Time for Motor Protection Accumulator to reach 100 % Assuming a single time constant model is being used (i.e. Motor Thermal Time Constant 2 Scaling (B23), the time for the Motor Protection Accumulator (J26) to change from its initial value to 100 % is given by the following equation: Time to reach 100.0 % = -τ1 x ln[(1 −...
  • Page 211 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Value Text Power down Zero Real time See Motor Thermal Time Constant 1 (B20). Motor Thermal Time Constant 2 Mode Open-loop: RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum...
  • Page 212 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Enable High Speed Mode Mode RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 8 Bit User Save Update Rate Background read Display Format Standard...
  • Page 213 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Motor Contactor Monitoring Input Mode Open-loop: RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 1 Bit User Save Update Rate 4 ms Display Format...
  • Page 214 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters is controlled by the elevator controller. This may be resolved by increasing the brake release time in the elevator controller, or reducing Brake Control Apply Delay (D05), or reducing Motor Torque Ramp Time (D02).
  • Page 215 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Star connected equivalent circuit of a permanent magnet Stator Resistance (B34) = R Transient Inductance Ld (B33) = L in the d (flux) axis No Load Lq (B37) = L in the q (torque) axis with no current in the motor Lq At The Defined Iq Test Current (B40) = L in the q axis with Id = 0 and Iq = Lq At The Defined Iq Test Current (B40) Lq At The Defined Id Test Current (B42) = L in the q axis with Id = Lq At The Defined Id Test Current (B42) and Iq = 0.
  • Page 216 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters No Load Lq Mode RFC-S Minimum 0.000 Maximum 500.000 Default 0.000 Units Type 32 Bit User Save Update Rate Background read Display Format...
  • Page 217 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Minimum test current level used for Id during auto-tuning when measuring the motor inductance as a percentage of Motor Rated Current (B02). This is then used in a similar way as Iq Test Current For Inductance Measurement (B38) to estimate the value of Lq used in the control algorithms as Id changes.
  • Page 218 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Maximum Deadtime Compensation Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum 0.000 Maximum 10.000 Default 0.000 Units Type 16 Bit User Save Update Rate Background read Display Format...
  • Page 219: Menu C: Encoder

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Menu C: Encoder Figure 8-5 Drive Encoder Interface Drive Encoder P1 Device Type 15 way sub-D Feedback Reverse P1 Termination Select connector P1 Error Detection Level...
  • Page 220 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 8-6 Encoder Simulation Encoder Simulation Encoder Simulation Encoder Simulation Mode Encoder Simulation Hardware Source Hardware Divider Marker Lock 03.089 03.089...
  • Page 221 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Range( ) Default( ) Parameter Type RFC-A RFC-S RFC-A RFC-S AB (0), FD (1), FR (2), AB Servo (3), FD Servo (4), FR Servo (5), SC (6), SC Hiperface (7), EnDat (8), SC EnDat (9), Drive Encoder Type...
  • Page 222 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Mode: RFC A, RFC-S Drive Encoder Type Mode RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 8 Bit User Save Update Rate Background read Display Format...
  • Page 223 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters motor control algorithms in RFC-S mode to determine the motor position after position feedback initialization. There must be one period of the commutation signals for each pole pair for a rotary motor (i.e.
  • Page 224 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Value Text Disabled Enabled Drive Encoder Type (C01): SC Hiperface, SC EnDat, EnDat, BiSS If auto-configuration has not been disabled (i.e. Drive Encoder Auto Configuration Select (C02) is not 0) then during position feedback initialization the encoder is interrogated and the following parameters are set up based on information from the encoder: Rotary Drive Encoder Rotary Turns Bits (C07)
  • Page 225 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Drive Encoder Voltage Select Mode RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 8 Bit User Save Update Rate Background read Display Format Standard...
  • Page 226 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Drive Encoder Comms Baud Rate Mode RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Baud Type 8 Bit User Save Update Rate Background read, Auto-configuration write Display Format...
  • Page 227 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Drive Encoder Comms Bits Mode RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 8 Bit User Save Update Rate Background read, Auto-configuration write Display Format Standard...
  • Page 228 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Drive Encoder Position Feedback Signals Mode RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum (Display: 000000) (Display: 111111) Default Units Type 16 Bit Volatile Update Rate Background write...
  • Page 229 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Encoder commutation signals Position feedback phase angle alignment with commutation signals The encoder can be aligned statically by connecting the motor to a DC power supply as shown. The motor will move to one of a number of positions defined by the number of motor pole pairs (i.e.
  • Page 230 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters The position feedback device can be aligned statically by connecting the motor to a d.c. power supply as already shown. The motor will move to one of a number of positions defined by the number of motor poles (i.e.
  • Page 231 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 1: Non-salient If the ratio Lq/Ld < 1.1 on no load then the injection mode cannot be used and this mode should be used instead. This mode does not provide the same level of control as injection mode and has the following restrictions: 1.
  • Page 232 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Position Feedback Initialize Mode RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 1 Bit Volatile Update Rate Background read Display Format Standard Decimal Places...
  • Page 233 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Drive Encoder Protocol Detected Mode RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 8 Bit Volatile Update Rate Background write Display Format Standard...
  • Page 234 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Encoder trips The following table shows trips that can be initiated that are related to the position feedback interface. The sub-trip number is 1 for the Drive position feedback interface.
  • Page 235 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Wire-break detection It may be important to detect a break in the connections between the drive and the position feedback device. This feature is provided for most position feedback devices either directly or indirectly as listed below.
  • Page 236 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters See Drive Encoder Low Speed Update Rate Active (C27) for more details. Drive Encoder Type (C01): Any other type of device Drive Encoder Calculation Time (C24) has no effect. Drive Encoder Recovery Time Mode RFC-A, RFC-S...
  • Page 237 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Protocol Time for full position Time for complete data exchange + 10T + 2T + NtT + 5T where tcal ≤...
  • Page 238 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Encoder Simulation Status Mode RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 8 Bit Volatile Update Rate Background write Display Format Standard Decimal Places...
  • Page 239 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Encoder Simulation Mode (C31) defines the encoder simulation output as incremental signals (AB, FD or FR) derived directly via hardware, incremental signals generated via software or SSI data generate via software.
  • Page 240 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 3: SSI In this mode the B output becomes the clock input and the A output is the data output. If the source position is the Drive position feedback interface the data from the position feedback interface is transferred to the SSI output register once per sample period defined by Encoder Simulation Sample Period (C30).
  • Page 241 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Encoder Simulation Hardware Marker Lock Mode RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 1 Bit User Save Update Rate Background read Display Format...
  • Page 242 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Encoder Simulation Output Roll-over Limit Mode RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum 65535 Default 65535 Units Type 16 Bit User Save Update Rate Background read Display Format...
  • Page 243: Menu D: Brake

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Menu D: Brake Figure 8-11 Menu D Open loop logic diagram Total Output Current Drive Brake Control: Active Lower Current Threshold...
  • Page 244 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 8-12 Menu D Brake RFC-A, RFC-S logic diagram Motor Motor Magnetized Percentage Flux Indication Motor Torque Ramp Time Total Output Current...
  • Page 245 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Range Default Parameter Type Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S D01 Motor Magnetized Indication Off (0) or On (1) Off (0) D02 Motor Torque Ramp Time -32768 to 32767 ms...
  • Page 246 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Mode: Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Motor Magnetized Indication Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 1 Bit User Save Update Rate Background write Display Format...
  • Page 247 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Brake Control Apply Delay Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum 10000 Default Units Type 16 Bit User Save Update Rate Background Display Format...
  • Page 248 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Apply Frequency (D09), but the motor is not required to stop (i.e. reversing direction without stopping) then Reference On (D10) will be one, and so the brake is not applied.
  • Page 249 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Input 1 (D12) = On (1) then it is closed (Brake released). The contact has 3 s to operate before a Trip 72 (Brk con 1 open) / Trip 73 (Brk con 1 closd) is called.
  • Page 250 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters resistor. Braking Resistor Thermal Time Constant (D16) = ≥ = E / P The braking resistor is protected with a single time constant model as shown below: Braking Resistor Thermal Accumulator...
  • Page 251 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Voltage Default Value 200 V 400 V 575 V 690 V 1120 Braking IGBT Lower Threshold (D19) defines the lowest level of DC Bus Voltage (J65) where the braking IGBT will become active and Braking IGBT Upper Threshold (D20) defines the level of DC Bus Voltage (J65) where the braking IGBT will be on continuously.
  • Page 252 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Low Voltage Braking IGBT Threshold Mode Open Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum -VM_DC_VOLTAGE_SET Maximum VM_DC_VOLTAGE_SET Default Units Type 16 Bit User Save Update Rate 4 ms read...
  • Page 253: Menu E: Mechanical

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Menu E: Mechanical Figure 8-13 Elevator Mechanical Data Nominal elevator Nominal elevator speed mm/s ( speed (motor) rpm ( Elevator Elevator gearbox...
  • Page 254 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Range( ) Default( ) Parameter Type Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S Nominal Elevator Speed 0 to 1800 mm/s 1000 mm/s RW Num 0 to 10000 mm/s...
  • Page 255 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Mode: Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Nominal Elevator Speed Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S OL: 1800 Minimum Maximum RFC-A / RFC-S: 10000 Default 1000 Units...
  • Page 256 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 8-16 Roping Ratio Nominal Elevator Speed rpm (E07) is calculated automatically when Nominal Elevator Speed (E01), or Sheave Diameter (E02), or Roping (E03), or Gearbox Ratio Numerator (E04), or Gear Ratio Denominator (E05) are modified.
  • Page 257 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Nominal Elevator Speed rpm Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum 1.00 Maximum 4000.00 Open-Loop, RFC-A: 1480.14 Default Units RFC-S: 39.48 Type 32 Bit User Save...
  • Page 258 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Load Cell Compensation Enable Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 1 Bit User Save Update Rate 4 ms read Display Format...
  • Page 259 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Parameter Description Load Cell Compensation Torque (E13) Enables the load cell compensation torque offset to be applied. The input to the load cell compensations scheme.
  • Page 260 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 1 (Acceleration feed-forwards) When acceleration feed-forwards is selected a gain term is automatically calculated based on the currently active drive speed controller gains, Inertia Compensation Total Inertia (E15) and Torque Per Amp (E16).
  • Page 261 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters where is the rated torque producing current TRated Estimated rated shaft power = √3 x Motor Rated Voltage (B03) x Motor Rated Current (B02) x Motor Rated Power Factor (B04) x 0.9 Torque Per Amp (E16) is used in the automatic calculation of the speed controller gains.
  • Page 262: Menu F: - I/O Hardware

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Menu F: - I/O Hardware Figure 8-19 Menu F Digital input and output logic diagram Velocity threshold T24 Digital I/O T24 Digital ??.???
  • Page 263 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters T2 24 V Supply T2 24V supply T2 24 V Supply Input State input invert Input Destination unprotected T2 24 V Supply / T2 24 V Supply /...
  • Page 264 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 8-20 Menu F Analog input and output logic diagram T5 T6 Analog T5 T6 Analog Input 1 Mode Input 1 T5 T6 Analog T5 T6 Analog...
  • Page 265 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 8-21 Thermistor monitoring logic diagram {Thermistor.001} Trip Detect T8 Analog Input 3 Thermistor Type T8 Analog Input 3 Motor Thermistor Thermistor Trip Input Select...
  • Page 266 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Range( ) Default( ) Parameter Type Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S F01 IO Status Word 0000000000000000 to 1111111111111111 0000000000000000 Negative Logic (0), F02 Input Logic Polarity...
  • Page 267 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Range( ) Default( ) Parameter Type Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S F46 T7 Analog Input 2 Scaling 0.000 to 10.000 1.000 F47 T7 Analog Input 2 Invert...
  • Page 268 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Mode: Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S IO Status Word Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S 65535 Minimum Maximum (Display: 0000000000000000) (Display: 1111111111111111) Default Units Type...
  • Page 269 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters the logic for Digital I/O1-6 to negative logic, so that the state parameter is 0 if the digital I/O is high or 1 if the digital I/O is low. The state parameter represents the digital I/O state whether it is an input or an output.
  • Page 270 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters T41 T42 Relay Output State Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 1 Bit Volatile Update Rate 2 ms write Display Format...
  • Page 271 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Value Text See T24 Digital I/O 01 Invert (F12). T27 Digital Input 04 Invert Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default...
  • Page 272 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters T24 Digital I/O 01 Source/Destination Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum AB99 Default Units Type 16 Bit User Save Update Rate Drive reset read Display Format...
  • Page 273 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters T29 Digital Input 06 Destination Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum AB99 Default Units Type 16 Bit User Save Update Rate Drive reset read Display Format...
  • Page 274 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters T41 T42 Relay Output Invert Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 8 Bit User Save Update Rate Background read Display Format...
  • Page 275 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters T2 24V Supply Input State Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 1 Bit Volatile Update Rate 2 ms write Display Format...
  • Page 276 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters T7 Analog Input 2 Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum -100.00 Maximum 100.00 Default Units Type 16 Bit Volatile Update Rate 4 ms write Display Format...
  • Page 277 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters T5 T6 Analog Input 1 Mode Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 8 Bit User Save Update Rate Background read Display Format...
  • Page 278 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters If T5 T6 Analog Input 1 Invert (F40) = 0 then A otherwise A = -A is the value after the invert, scaling and offset have been applied and is the final value that is routed to the destination defined by Analog Input 1 Destination (F41).
  • Page 279 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters T7 Analog Input 2 Mode Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 8 Bit User Save Update Rate Background read Display Format...
  • Page 280 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters T7 Analog Input 2 Minimum Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum -100.00 Maximum 100.00 Default -100.00 Units Type 16 Bit User Save Update Rate Background read...
  • Page 281 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters T8 Analog Input 3 Destination Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum AB99 Default Units Type 16 Bit User Save Update Rate Drive reset read Display Format...
  • Page 282 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters T8 Analog Input 3 Thermistor Type (F59) defines the operation of the temperature feedback interface for analog input 3 when T8 Analog Input 3 Mode (F52) is set up for a temperature feedback mode.
  • Page 283 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters T8 Analog Input 3 Thermistor Feedback Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum 5000 Default Units Ω Type 16 Bit Volatile Update Rate Background write...
  • Page 284 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters T9 Analog Output 2 Source Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum AB99 Default Units Type 16 Bit User Save Update Rate Drive reset read Display Format...
  • Page 285 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Value Text DIN44082 KTY84 0.8mA Encoder Thermistor Type (F69) defines the operating mode of the P1 thermistor input. Encoder Thermistor Type Compatible devices (F69)
  • Page 286 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Motor Thermistor Input Select Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 16 Bit User Save Update Rate Background Display Format...
  • Page 287: Menu G: Profile

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Menu G: Profile Figure 8-23 Menu G Profile logic diagram Analog Speed Reference Filter Analog Speed Time Constant ( Reference Control Input Mode...
  • Page 288 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Range( ) Default( ) Parameter Type Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S V1 Speed Reference 0 to VM_EX00_NOMINAL_ELEVATOR_SPEED mm/s 50 mm/s RW Num V2 Speed Reference...
  • Page 289 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Range( ) Default( ) Parameter Type Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S Peak Curve Activated Off (0) or On (1) Off (0) Start Optimizer Enable Off (0) or On (1)
  • Page 290 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters V4 Speed Reference Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum VM_EX00_NOMINAL_ELEVATOR_SPEED Default Units mm / s Type 16 Bit User Save Update Rate Background Display Format...
  • Page 291 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters V9 Speed Reference Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum VM_EX00_NOMINAL_ELEVATOR_SPEED Default Units mm / s Type 16 Bit User Save Update Rate Background Display Format...
  • Page 292 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Run Jerk 2 Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum 65535 Default Units mm / s x 10 Type 16 Bit User Save Update Rate...
  • Page 293 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters V1 Deceleration Distance Setpoint Mode RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum 10000 Default Units Type 16 Bit User Save Update Rate Background Display Format...
  • Page 294 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters V6 Deceleration Distance Setpoint Mode RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum 10000 Default Units Type 16 Bit User Save Update Rate Background Display Format...
  • Page 295 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Fast Stop Deceleration Rate Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum 10000 Default Units mm / s² Type 16 Bit User Save Update Rate Background...
  • Page 296 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Reference Select Bit 1 Input Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 1 Bit User Save Update Rate 4 ms Display Format...
  • Page 297 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Reference Select Bit 6 Input Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 1 Bit User Save Update Rate 4 ms Display Format...
  • Page 298 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Peak Curve Enable Mode Open loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 1 Bit User Save Update Rate Background Display Format...
  • Page 299 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Peak Curve Setpoint Distance Mode Open loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum 32767 Default Units Type 16 Bit Volatile Update Rate Background Display Format...
  • Page 300 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 8-24 Start optimizer Time The start optimizer is always used in Open-Loop mode to provide a holding speed reference for brake release. A request to release the NOTE brake in Open-Loop will not be made unless Start Optimizer Speed (G46) is reached.
  • Page 301 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 8-25 Start optimizer Time The start optimizer is always used in Open-Loop mode to provide a holding speed reference for brake release. A request to release the NOTE brake in Open-Loop will not be made unless Start Optimizer Speed (G46) is reached.
  • Page 302 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Control Word Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S 65535 Minimum Maximum (Display: 1111111111111111) (Display: 0000000000000000) Default Units (Display: 0000000000000000) Type 16 Bit Volatile Update Rate...
  • Page 303 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters This parameter allows the user to select which of the speeds, V1 Speed Reference (G01) to V10 Speed Reference (G10) is used as the Creep Speed in creep to floor mode Elevator Control Mode (H19) = Creep To Floor (0).
  • Page 304: Menu H: Configuration

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Menu H: Configuration Range( ) Default( ) Parameter Type Open-Loo Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S RFC-A RFC-S H01 User Security Code 0 to 2147483647 RW Num ND NC PT US Menu 0 (0), All Menus (1), Read-only Menu 0 (2),...
  • Page 305 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Read / Write Read-only Bit parameter Text string Date Date parameter Time Time parameter Character Slot, menu, Binary parameter IP address MAC address...
  • Page 306 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters state changes to status mode and security is locked. (The security level that is active, provided User Security Code (H01) has been saved as a non- zero value, if shown in Security Status (H03).
  • Page 307 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Output Phase Loss Detection Enable Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 8 Bit User Save Update Rate Background read Display Format...
  • Page 308 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Input Phase Loss Detection Mode Enable (H08) Drive Active (L06) = 0 Drive Active (L06) = 1 *Direct input phase loss detection *Direct input phase loss detection D.c.
  • Page 309 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Control Input Mode Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 8 Bit User Save Update Rate Background Display Format Standard...
  • Page 310 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Dual direction selection, and 10bit priority selection by control word. When Control Input mode (H11) = 6 the control word is enabled. The control word replicates and extends the behaviour of the reference select bits, Reference Select Bit 0 Input (G32) to Reference Select Bit 6 Input (G38), and the direction bit inputs, Direction Input 1 CCW (G39) and Direction Input 2 CW (G40).
  • Page 311 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters • If Actual Speed (J40) is > Velocity Threshold 1 (H13) then Velocity Threshold 1 Status Output (J48) = Off (0). This threshold may be used as an at speed indication where Velocity Threshold 1 Status Output (J48) is routed to the elevator controller via a digital output, such that when the speed is below a certain level, the elevator controller can open the doors early.
  • Page 312 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Fan Maximum Speed Mode RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 8 Bit User Save Update Rate Background Display Format Standard...
  • Page 313 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Fast Start Enable Mode RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 1 Bit User Save Update Rate Background Display Format Standard...
  • Page 314 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Short floor landing distance (G30) Distance controlled Time Drive Enable Short floor landing enable (H22) Creep Speed (selected by H52) V1 Speed Reference (G1 ) to V10 Speed Reference (G10) In the event that the creep speed defined by Creep Speed Select (G52) is deselected during operation the Run Jerk 2 (G14), Run Jerk 3 (G15), Run Jerk 4 (G16) and Deceleration Rate (G12) will be used to bring the elevator car to a stop.
  • Page 315 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Floor Sensor Correction Source Select Mode RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 8 Bit User Save Update Rate Background Display Format...
  • Page 316 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Fast stop requested Time V1 Creep speed to V10 speed reference selected Direction signal Fast stop enable (H26) When this feature is enabled floor sensor correction and direct to floor using a stop input is disabled.
  • Page 317 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Normal Duty Enable Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 1 Bit User Save Update Rate Background Display Format Standard...
  • Page 318 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Date/Time Selector Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 8 Bit User Save Update Rate Background read Display Format Standard...
  • Page 319 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Date Format (H33) selects the display style for Date (J80), and for the trip time stamping date parameters (L41, L43, L45, L47, L49, L51, L53, L55, L57 and L59) when displayed on a keypad connected to the drive.
  • Page 320 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Reset Energy Meter Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 1 Bit Volatile Update Rate Background read Display Format Standard...
  • Page 321 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters The timing diagram below shows the operation of the blocked elevator release feature: This feature is not available in Open-Loop mode. Parameter Displayed At Power-up Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S...
  • Page 322 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Drive Name Characters 9-12 Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum -2147483648 Maximum 2147483647 Default Units Type 32 Bit User Save Update Rate Display Format String...
  • Page 323 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Open-loop mode RFC-A or RFC-S modes Speed Error (J31) Speed Loop Output (J32) Total Output Current (J22) Total Output Current (J22) Torque Producing Current (J24) Torque Producing Current (J24)
  • Page 324: Menu I: Tuning

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Menu I: Tuning Figure 8-26 Variable Speed Loop Gains Start Gains Variable speed loop gains Start Speed Loop P Gain ( Start Speed Loop I Gain (...
  • Page 325 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Range( ) Default( ) Parameter Type Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S 0.0000 to 200.0000 Start Speed Loop Kp 0.0300 s/rad s/rad Start Speed Loop Ki...
  • Page 326 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Mode: Open-Loop (where specified), RFC-A, RFC-S Start Speed Loop Kp Mode RFC A, RFC-S Minimum 0.0000 Maximum 200.0000 Default 0.0300...
  • Page 327 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Run Speed Loop P Gain Mode RFC A, RFC-S Minimum 0.0000 Maximum 200.0000 Default 0.0300 Units s/rad Type 32 Bit User Save Update Rate...
  • Page 328 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Stop Speed Loop P Gain Mode RFC A, RFC-S Minimum 0.0000 Maximum 200.0000 Default 0.0300 Units s/rad Type 32 Bit User Save Update Rate...
  • Page 329 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters decelerating and the variable gains speed threshold, Variable Gains Transition Speed Threshold (I16), is reached, until standstill. This parameter is only used when Variable Gains Mode (I19) = 2.
  • Page 330 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Selected Travel Speed Time 1 Start gains Selected Travel Speed Time Variable Gains Accel Transition Time (I17) 1 Start gains 2 Transition from Start to Run gains 3 Run gains...
  • Page 331 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Selected Travel Speed Variable Gains Transition Speed Threshold (I16) Time Variable Gains Accel Variable Gains Decel Transition Time (I17) Transition Time (I18) 1 Start gains 2 Transition from Start to Run gains...
  • Page 332 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Start Lock Position Change Maximum Mode RFC A, RFC-S Minimum 0.00 Maximum 2.55 Default 0.00 Units Type 8 Bit User Save Update Rate Background...
  • Page 333: Menu J: Monitoring

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Menu J: Monitoring Range( ) Default( ) Parameter Type Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S Drive Type 0 to 255 Num ND NC PT...
  • Page 334 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Range( ) Default( ) Parameter Type Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S Drive Encoder Position 0 to 65535 Num ND NC PT Drive Encoder Fine Position...
  • Page 335 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Mode: Open-Loop (where specified), RFC A, RFC-S Drive Type Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 8 Bit Volatile Update Rate...
  • Page 336 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Wait for Safe Torque Off (STO), Drive enable: Wait for the Safe Torque Off and Fast disable inputs. When the Safe Torque Off and Fast disable inputs are received, sample the time and move to the next state.
  • Page 337 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Release the brake: Release the brake, and after Brake Control Release Delay (DO4) ms, consider that the brake is released. If Brake Contact Monitoring Select (D11) >...
  • Page 338 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Starting: • Apply the start optimization speed and Jerk when Start Optimizer Time (G48) > 0). • Apply the main elevator profile accel and decel rate.
  • Page 339 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Decelerating: Exit to state 10: • If Creep to floor is selected (Elevator control mode = Off (0)) and when Creep speed is reached. For Creep to floor exit to state 10, for Direct to floor exit to state 12.
  • Page 340 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Contactor control Generate motor contactor control output. Exit to state 0: • Fast Disable (B27) = Off (0) AND •...
  • Page 341 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Value Text 200 V 400 V 575 V 690 V Drive Rated Voltage (J07) shows the voltage rating of the drive. Drive Control Mode Active Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S...
  • Page 342 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters V2 Calculated Deceleration Distance Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum 10000 Default Units Type 16 Bit Volatile Update Rate Background Display Format...
  • Page 343 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters V5 Calculated Deceleration Distance Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum 10000 Default Units Type 16 Bit Volatile Update Rate Background Display Format...
  • Page 344 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters V8 Calculated Deceleration Distance Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum 10000 Default Units Type 16 Bit Volatile Update Rate Background Display Format...
  • Page 345 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Final Current Reference Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum −VM_TORQUE_CURRENT Maximum VM_TORQUE_CURRENT Default Units Type 16 Bit Volatile Update Rate 4 ms write Display Format...
  • Page 346 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Sign of Torque Producing Sign of frequency Direction of motor Current (J24) or speed torque Accelerating Decelerating Decelerating Accelerating Magnetizing Current...
  • Page 347 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Final Current Loop Kp Mode RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum 30000 Open-Loop: 20 Default Units RFC-A, RFC-S: 150 Type 16 Bit User Save Update Rate...
  • Page 348 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 2. It is possible to increase Final Current Loop Kp (J29) to reduce the response time of the current controllers. If Final Current Loop Kp (J29) is increased by a factor of 1.5 then the response to a step change of reference will give 12.5% overshoot.
  • Page 349 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Speed Error Mode RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum −VM_SPEED Maximum VM_SPEED Default Units Type 32 Bit Volatile Update Rate 4 ms write Display Format Standard...
  • Page 350 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters For a given integral gain the damping can be improved by increasing the proportional gain. A compromise must be reached where the system response, stiffness and damping are all adequate for the application.
  • Page 351 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Elevator Position Mode RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum -2147483648 Maximum 2147483647 Default Units Type 32 Bit Volatile Update Rate Background Display Format Standard...
  • Page 352 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Reference Acceleration Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum 10000 Default Units mm /s² Type 16 Bit Volatile Update Rate Background Display Format...
  • Page 353 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters In Open loop: This is based on the profile position. This is not available when an analog reference is selected, Control Input Mode (H11) = Analog Run Prmit or Analog 2 Dir (0 or 1). Creep Distance Measured Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S...
  • Page 354 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters output, such that when the speed is below a certain level, the elevator controller can open the doors early. In RFC-A and RFC-S the speed threshold is based on speed feedback, but in Open loop mode it is based upon the profile generator speed since there is no feedback device available.
  • Page 355 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Filter defined by Speed feedback Drive Encoder from Drive position Speed controller Feedback Filter feedback interface (C09) 16ms filter Speed Feedback(J51) Speed feedback filtering for Drive position feedback interface...
  • Page 356 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters is initialized at power-up and each time the encoder is subsequently initialized with the absolute position including the revolution count if a multi-turn absolute rotary encoder is used, or the pole pitch count if an absolute linear encoder is used.
  • Page 357 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters If Maximum Speed Error Threshold (H15) = 0 then Trip 62 (Speed err) is disabled. Maximum Speed Error (J57) shows the maximum speed error for the current travel. It is reset when a new travel begins. Travel Counter Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S...
  • Page 358 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Last Travel Maximum Motor Voltage Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum 32767 Default Units Type 16 Bit Volatile Update Rate Background Display Format...
  • Page 359 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Encoder Feedback Interface Identifier (J67) Position feedback interface Standard Position Feedback None User Comms Module Menu Access Status Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum...
  • Page 360 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Drive Event Flags Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S 4095 Minimum Maximum (Display: 00) (Display: 11) Default Units (Display: 00) Type 8 Bit Volatile Update Rate...
  • Page 361 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Temperature Monitor Select 1 (J74) Monitored Temperature 1 Percentage Of Drive Thermal Trip Level Temperature Monitor Select 2 (J75) Monitored Temperature 2...
  • Page 362 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Source Control system 01: Control board thermistor 1 Control system 02: Control board thermistor 2 Control system 03: I/O board thermistor Control system 00: Inverter thermal model...
  • Page 363 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Percentage Of Drive Thermal Trip Level Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 8 Bit Volatile Update Rate Background write Display Format...
  • Page 364 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Day Of Week Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 8 Bit Volatile Update Rate Background write Display Format Date...
  • Page 365 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Energy Cost Per kWh Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum 600.0 Default Units Type 16 Bit User Save Update Rate Background read Display Format...
  • Page 366 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Drive Identifier Characters Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum 1160917040 Maximum 2147483647 Default Units Type 32 Bit Volatile Update Rate Power-up write Display Format...
  • Page 367 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Extra Identifier Characters 2 Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum -2147483648 Maximum 2147483647 Default Units Type 32 Bit Volatile Update Rate Power-up write Display Format...
  • Page 368: Menu K: Logic

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 8.10 Menu K: Logic Figure 8-28 Menu K logic diagram: Programmable logic Logic Function 1 Source 1 Invert Any bit parameter Logic Function 1...
  • Page 369 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 8-29 Menu K logic diagram: Binary sum Binary Sum Binary Sum Output Binary Sum Offset Destination Binary Sum unprotected Ones(LSB)
  • Page 370 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 8-31 Menu K logic diagram: Variable selectors Variable Selector 1 Any variable parameter Variable Variable Selector 1 Selector 1 Variable ??.???
  • Page 371 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Range( ) Default( ) Parameter Type Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S K01 Logic Function 1 Output Off (0) or On (1) ND NC PT K02 Logic Function 1 Source 1...
  • Page 372 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Read / Write Read-only Bit parameter Text string Date Date parameter Time Time parameter Character Slot, menu, Binary parameter IP address Mac MAC address...
  • Page 373 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Logic Function 1 Output Invert Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 1 Bit User Save Update Rate 4 ms read Display Format...
  • Page 374 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Logic Function 2 Output Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 1 Bit Volatile Update Rate 4 ms write Display Format Standard...
  • Page 375 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Logic Function 2 Delay Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum -25.0 Maximum 25.0 Default Units Type 16 Bit User Save Update Rate 4 ms read Display Format...
  • Page 376 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Binary Sum Twos Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 1 Bit Volatile Update Rate 4 ms read Display Format Standard...
  • Page 377 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Threshold Detector 1 Output Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 1 Bit Volatile Update Rate 4 ms read Display Format Standard...
  • Page 378 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Threshold Detector 1 Output Invert Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 1 Bit User Save Update Rate 4 ms read Display Format...
  • Page 379 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters The table below shows the functions that can be selected with Variable Selector 1 Mode (K32). Variable Selector 1 Variable Selector 1 Output (K29) Mode (K32) 0: Input 1...
  • Page 380 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Variable Selector 1 Source 2 Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum AB99 Default Units Type 16 Bit User Save Update Rate Drive reset read Display Format...
  • Page 381 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Variable Selector 1 Source 2 Scaling Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum -4.000 Maximum 4.000 Default 1.000 Units Type 16 Bit User Save Update Rate...
  • Page 382 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Threshold Detector 2 Level Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum 0.00 Maximum 100.00 Default 0.00 Units Type 16 Bit User Save Update Rate 4 ms read Display Format...
  • Page 383 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Variable Selector 2 Source 2 Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum AB99 Default Units Type 16 Bit User Save Update Rate Drive reset read Display Format...
  • Page 384 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Variable Selector 2 Source 2 Scaling Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum -4.000 Maximum 4.000 Default 1.000 Units Type 16 Bit User Save Update Rate...
  • Page 385: Menu L: Diagnostics

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 8.11 Menu L: Diagnostics Figure 8-32 Menu L Diagnostic logic diagram Stop Motor Trip Log Trip 0 Trip 9 Trip 0 Date Trip Filter...
  • Page 386 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Range( ) Default( ) Parameter Type Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S Inhibit (0), Ready (1), Stop (2), Scan (3), Run (4), Supply Loss (5), Deceleration (6), dc Injection (7), Drive Status ND NC PT...
  • Page 387 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Range( ) Default( ) Parameter Type Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S Trip 8 Time 00:00:00 to 23:59:59 Time ND NC PT Trip 9 Date...
  • Page 388 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Mode: Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Drive Status Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 8 Bit Volatile Update Rate Background write Display Format...
  • Page 389 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Value Description No travel interrupt Travel interrupt during while waiting for the enable input in state 1, Elevator Software State (J03) = 1. Travel interrupt during the motor contactor de-bounce time in state 2, Elevator Software State (J03) = 2.
  • Page 390 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Drive Active Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 1 Bit Volatile Update Rate 2 ms write Display Format Standard Decimal Places...
  • Page 391 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Current Limit Reached Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 1 Bit Volatile Update Rate 4 ms write Display Format Standard...
  • Page 392 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Phase Loss Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 1 Bit Volatile Update Rate Background write Display Format Standard Decimal Places...
  • Page 393 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Value Text None Brake Resistor Motor Overload Ind Overload Drive Overload Auto Tune Limit Switch Fire Mode Low Load Option Slot 1 Option Slot 2...
  • Page 394 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Trip 0 Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 8 Bit Power Down Save Update Rate Write on trip Display Format Standard...
  • Page 395 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Internal faults Trips {HF01} to {HF20} are internal faults that do not have trip numbers. If one of these trips occurs, the main drive processor has detected an irrecoverable error.
  • Page 396 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 5. Percentage Of Drive Thermal Trip Level (J79) = 100 %. This is an indication that some part of the drive is too hot and is used to indicate if an internally installed braking resistor is too hot.
  • Page 397 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Trip 6 Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 8 Bit Power Down Save Update Rate Write on trip Display Format Standard...
  • Page 398 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Drive Reset Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 1 Bit Volatile Update Rate Background read Display Format Standard Decimal Places...
  • Page 399 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Trip 2 Date Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S 311299 Minimum Maximum (Display: 31-12-99) (Display: 00-00-00) Default Units Type 32 Bit Power Down Save Update Rate Write on trip...
  • Page 400 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Trip 4 Time Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum (Display: 00-00-00) Default Units Type 32 Bit Power Down Save Update Rate Write on trip Display Format...
  • Page 401 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Trip 7 Date Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S 311299 Minimum Maximum (Display: 31-12-99) (Display: 00-00-00) Default Units Type 32 Bit Power Down Save Update Rate Write on trip...
  • Page 402 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Trip 9 Time Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum (Display: 00-00-00) Default Units Type 32 Bit Power Down Save Update Rate Write on trip Display Format...
  • Page 403 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Trip 4 Sub Trip Number Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum 65535 Default Units Type 16 Bit Power Down Save Update Rate Write on trip Display Format...
  • Page 404 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Trip Reset Source Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum 1023 Default Units Type 16 Bit Power Down Save Update Rate Write on trip Display Format...
  • Page 405 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Status parameter Drive OK (L05) Drive Active (L06) At Zero Speed (L08) Running At Or Below Minimum Speed (L10) Below Set Speed (L09) At Speed (L11) Above Set Speed (L12)
  • Page 406 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Power Stage Identifier Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 8 Bit Volatile Update Rate Power-up write Display Format Standard...
  • Page 407: Menu M: Comms

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 8.12 Menu M: Comms Range Default Parameter Type Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S Serial Address 1 to 247 8 2 NP (0), 8 1 NP (1), 8 1 EP (2), 8 1 OP (3), 8 2 NP M (4), 8 1 NP M (5), 8 1 EP M (6), Serial Mode...
  • Page 408 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters The core drive always uses the Modbus rtu protocol and is always a slave. Serial Mode (M02) defines the data format used by the serial comms interface.
  • Page 409 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Minimum Comms Transmit Delay (M04) Action The transmitters are turned on and data transmission begins immediately after the initial delay (≥1 ms) The transmitters are turned on after the initial delay (≥1 ms) and data transmission begins 1ms later The transmitters are turned on after a delay of at least the time specified by Minimum Comms Transmit 2 or more...
  • Page 410: Menu N: Storage

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 8.13 Menu N: Storage Range( ) Default( ) Parameter Type Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S None (0), Read (1), Program (2), Parameter Cloning None (0) Auto (3), Boot (4)
  • Page 411 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters When a parameter in Menu zero is changed via the keypad and Parameter Cloning (N01) = 3 the parameter is saved both to the drive non-volatile memory and to the parameter file with identification number 1 on the card.
  • Page 412 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Media Card File Type Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 8 Bit Volatile Update Rate Background write Display Format Standard...
  • Page 413 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Media Card Create Special File Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 8 Bit Volatile Update Rate Background read Display Format...
  • Page 414: Menu O: Back-Up Power

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 8.14 Menu O: Back-up power Figure 8-33 Menu O Back-up power logic diagram Output Power UPS Maximum Power Setpoint Standard speed...
  • Page 415 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Range( ) Default( ) Parameter Type Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S Load Measurement Direction Off (0) or On (1) Output Load Measurement Direction Off (0) or On (1)
  • Page 416 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Mode: Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Load Measurement Direction Output Mode RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 1 Bit Volatile Update Rate Background Display Format...
  • Page 417 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters UPS Control Enable Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 1 Bit User Save Update Rate Background Display Format Standard...
  • Page 418 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters UPS Maximum Power Setpoint Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum 0.00 Maximum 655.35 Default 175.00 Units Type 16 Bit User Save Update Rate Background Display Format...
  • Page 419 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Active Supply Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 1 Bit Volatile Update Rate Background write Display Format Standard Decimal Places...
  • Page 420 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 8-35 Under-voltage and power supply control Low Under -voltage Threshold Select (O13) Backup Supply Mode Enable (O12) Standard Under-voltage Under Voltage...
  • Page 421 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters For example: The minimum Standard Under Voltage Threshold (O11) for a 400 V drive is 330 V The maximum allowed supply voltage for this drive is 480 V + 10 % The peak of the maximum allowed supply voltage = 480 x 1.1 x √2 = 747 V The difference between the under-voltage threshold and the peak supply voltage = 747 - 330 = 417 V...
  • Page 422 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Backup Supply Mode for frame size 06 drives and smaller: LV Supply Mode Enable (O12) = 1 Backup supply mode is intended to provide a smooth transition, without disabling the drive, from a high voltage a.c.
  • Page 423 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters To ensure that the soft-start is in the correct state to protect the drive and to ensure that the under-voltage condition is detected correctly the following additional restrictions are applied: 1.
  • Page 424 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Low Under Voltage Threshold Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum -VM_LOW_UNDER_VOLTS Maximum VM_LOW_UNDER_VOLTS Default See exceptions below Units Type 16 Bit User Save Update Rate...
  • Page 425: Menus P, Q And R: Option Module Set-Up

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 8.15 Menus P, Q and R: Option module set-up Figure 8-38 Location of option module slots and their corresponding menu numbers 1.
  • Page 426: Menu S: Application Menu 1

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 8.16 Menu S: Application menu 1 Range( ) Default( ) Parameter Type RFC-A / S RFC-A RFC-S Application Menu 1 Power- -32768 to 32767 down Save Integer...
  • Page 427: Menu Y: Data Logger

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 8.19 Menu Y: Data Logger Figure 8-39 Menu Y Data logger logic diagram Data Logger Data Logger Not Ready Saving Data Data Logger...
  • Page 428 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Range( ) Default( ) Parameter Type Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S Data Logger Trace 1 Source A00 to AB99 Data Logger Trace 2 Source A00 to AB99...
  • Page 429 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Data Logger Trace 3 Source Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum AB99 Default Units Type 16 Bit User Save Update Rate Drive reset read Display Format...
  • Page 430 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Data Logger Trigger Invert Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 1 Bit User Save Update Rate Background read Display Format...
  • Page 431 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Auto (2): After the scope system is reset Data Logger Data Not Ready (Y12) is set to 1 and the scope begins to acquire data. Once the buffer is full Data Logger Data Not Ready (Y12) is set to 0 and the scope continues to acquire data.
  • Page 432 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Data Logger Time Period Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum 0.00 Maximum 200000.00 Default Units Type 32 Bit Volatile Update Rate Background write Display Format...
  • Page 433 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Data Logger Autosave Reset Mode Open-Loop, RFC-A, RFC-S Minimum Maximum Default Units Type 1 Bit Volatile Update Rate Background read Display Format Standard...
  • Page 434: Menu Z: Menu A Setup

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 8.20 Menu Z: Menu A Setup Range( ) Default( ) Parameter Type Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S Parameter A01 Set-up A00 to AB99...
  • Page 435 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Range( ) Default( ) Parameter Type Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S Open-Loop RFC-A RFC-S Parameter A60 Set-up A00 to AB99 Parameter A61 Set-up A00 to AB99 Parameter A62 Set-up...
  • Page 436: Diagnostics

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Diagnostics The output of the E300 Advanced Elevator drive is disabled under a trip condition preventing further control of the motor. If the motor is running when the trip occurs a controlled stop is carried out applying the motors brake.
  • Page 437: Trip Indications

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Trip indications The drive status LED indicator will flash during a drive trip and the keypad will display the trip code. During a trip condition where a keypad is being used, the upper row of the display indicates that a trip has occurred and the lower row displays the trip string.
  • Page 438: Displaying Trip History

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Table 9-2 Sub-trip identification Source Description Control system Control board thermistor 1 over temperature Control system Control board thermistor 2 over temperature Control system Control board thermistor 3 over temperature Displaying trip history...
  • Page 439: Behavior Of Drive When Tripped

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Behavior of drive when tripped If a drive trip occurs, the following read only parameters are frozen until the trip is reset. This is to assist in diagnosing the cause of the trip. If the parameter freeze is not required this can be disabled with Action On Trip Detection H45).
  • Page 440 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Figure 9-3 Keypad drive reset Drive reset Drive reset To reset a drive trip using communication protocols, a value of On (1) should be written to Drive Reset (L40) followed by a Off (0). In addition it is also possible to clear the trip log within the drive.
  • Page 441 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Table 9-6 Diagnostics Data Logging / Logger Data Logger Trigger Source Mode Data Logger Trace 1 Source Trigger Sample Time Trigger Threshold...
  • Page 442: Status, Alarm, Trip Indications

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Status, Alarm, Trip indications The E300 Advanced Elevator drive provides Status, Alarm and Trip information as detailed following. 9.9.1 Status indications Table 9-7 Status indications...
  • Page 443: Programming Error Indications

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 9.10 Programming error indications Following are error messages displayed on keypad when an error occurs during programming of drive firmware. Table 9-10 Programming error indications Error String Reason...
  • Page 444: Trips And Sub-Trip Numbers

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 9.13 Trips and sub-trip numbers The drive retains a log of the last ten trips that have occurred. Trip 0 to Trip 9 store the 10 most recent trips that have occurred where Trip 0 is the most recent and Trip 9 is the oldest.
  • Page 445: Control State

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 9.15 Control state The state machine within the Elevator control software handles the general sequencing for the E300 Advanced Elevator drive in the Elevator system such that the drive will be in a known defined state during operation.
  • Page 446 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters De-bounce output motor contactors: Wait until 100 ms has elapsed to de-bounce the motor contactors. This prevents the drive from being enabled while the motor contactors bounce when closing which could cause an OI ac trip.
  • Page 447 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Release the brake: Release the brake, and after Brake Control Release Delay (DO4) ms, consider that the brake is released. If Brake Contact Monitoring Select (D11) >...
  • Page 448 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Starting: • Apply the start optimization speed and Jerk when Start Optimizer Time (G48) > 0). • Apply the main elevator profile accel and decel rate.
  • Page 449 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Decelerating: Exit to state 10: • If Creep to floor is selected (Elevator control mode = Off (0)) and when Creep speed is reached. For Creep to floor exit to state 10, for Direct to floor exit to state 12.
  • Page 450: Troubleshooting And Identifying Faults

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Contactor control Generate motor contactor control output. Exit to state 0: • Fast Disable (B27) = Off (0) AND •...
  • Page 451 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Reported fault Root cause Recommended actions Note the drive will modulate between a minimum (B14) and a maximum (B13) switching frequency.
  • Page 452 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Reported fault Root cause Recommended actions If the motor is unable to reach the demanded speed check if the drive is operating in current limit in Current Limit Reached (L15).
  • Page 453 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Reported fault Root cause Recommended actions If the speed loop I, P gains are set-up incorrectly vibration can occur during any part of the travel.
  • Page 454: Trip Codes

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 9.17 Trip codes The following section details the trip codes for the E300 Advanced Elevator drive Table 9-14 Trip indications Trip Diagnosis 550 Hz Limit...
  • Page 455 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Trip Diagnosis Autotune 1 Position feedback did not change or required speed could not be reached The drive has tripped during an autotune. The cause of the trip can be identified from the sub-trip number. Sub-trip Reason The position feedback did not change where the position feedback is used during a rotating autotune.
  • Page 456 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Trip Diagnosis Autotune 7 Motor number of poles / position feedback resolution set incorrectly An Autotune 7 trip is initiated during a rotating autotune, if the number of motor poles, or the position feedback resolution has been set-up incorrectly, where position feedback is being used.
  • Page 457 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Trip Diagnosis Brake R Too Hot Braking resistor overload timed out (I The Brake R Too Hot indicates that braking resistor overload has timed out. The value in Braking Resistor Thermal Accumulator (D17) is calculated using Braking Resistor Rated Power (D15) rating, Braking Resistor Thermal Time Constant (D16) and Braking Resistor Resistance (D18) value.
  • Page 458 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Trip Diagnosis Card Error NV Media Card data structure error The Card Error trip indicates that an attempt has been made to access a NV Media Card but an error has been detected in the data structure on the card.
  • Page 459 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Trip Diagnosis Current Offset Current feedback offset error The Current Offset trip indicates that the current offset is too large to be trimmed. Recommended actions: •...
  • Page 460 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Trip Diagnosis Distance err Excessive distance error RFC-A and RFC-S This trip indicates distance error is greater than the level defined in Maximum Distance Error Threshold (H16) resulting in reduced control.
  • Page 461 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Trip Diagnosis Encoder 3 Phase offset incorrect while running The Encoder 3 trip indicates that the drive has detected an incorrect U, V, W phase angle whilst running (RFC-S mode only) or a SinCos phase error.
  • Page 462 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Trip Diagnosis Encoder 7 Initialization failed The Encoder 7 trip indicates that the set-up parameters for the position feedback device are incorrect. The feedback device which has caused the trip can be identified by the sub-trip number.
  • Page 463 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Trip Diagnosis Feedback rev Encoder feedback is reversed The encoder feedback is reversed with regards to the motor power connections and rotation Recommended actions: •...
  • Page 464 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Trip Diagnosis Mot con open Motor contactor open fault The motor contactors have been detected closed when they should be open using the motor contactor monitoring when enabled, and the feedback is connected to the drive from the motor contactors.
  • Page 465 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Trip Diagnosis OHt dc bus DC bus over temperature OHt DC bus trip indicates a DC bus component over temperature based on the software thermal model. The drive includes a thermal protection system to protect the DC bus components within the drive, this includes the effects of the output current and DC bus ripple.
  • Page 466 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Trip Diagnosis Rectifier over temperature OHt Rectifier OHt Rectifier trip indicates that a rectifier over-temperature has been detected. The thermistor location can be identified from the sub-trip number.
  • Page 467 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Trip Diagnosis Snubber over-current detected OI Snubber OI Snubber trip indicates an over-current condition has been detected in the rectifier snubber circuit. The reason for the trip can be identified by the sub-trip number.
  • Page 468 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Trip Diagnosis DC bus voltage has exceeded the peak level or maximum continuous level for 15 seconds Over Volts The Over Volts trip indicates that the DC bus voltage has exceeded the VM_DC_VOLTAGE[MAX] or VM_DC_VOLTAGE_SET[MAX] for 15 s.
  • Page 469 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Trip Diagnosis Power Comms Communication has been lost / errors detected between power, control and rectifier modules A Power Comms trip indicates a communications problem within the power system of the drive.
  • Page 470 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Trip Diagnosis SlotX Different Option module in option slot X has changed The SlotX Different trip indicates that the option module in option slot X on the drive is a different type to that installed when parameters were last saved on the drive.
  • Page 471 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Trip Diagnosis Spd / Dir Select Speed / direction sequencing problem The Spd / Dir Select trip indicates a sequencing problem caused by one of the following scenarios: •...
  • Page 472 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Trip Diagnosis Temp Feedback Internal thermistor has failed This trip indicates a fault with a thermistor in the drive (i.e. open circuit or short circuit). The thermistor location can be identified by the sub-trip number: Source 01: Control board thermistor 1...
  • Page 473 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Table 9-15 Serial communications look up table Trip Trip Trip Reserved 001 Dir change Encoder 7 Over Volts Ctrl Watchdog Encoder 8 OI ac...
  • Page 474: Optimization

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Optimization 10.1 Optimization NOTE The E300 Advanced Elevator Drive has variable speed and current control loop gains available for the start, travel and stop functions. By default the drive is set-up to use 2 sets of control loop gains for start, travel and stop.
  • Page 475: Motor Acoustic Noise

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 10.2.2 Speed control loop gains Speed control loop gains P Gain parameters I01 (Start), I06 (Run), I11 (Stop) I Gain parameters I02 (Start), I07 (Run), I12 (Stop) Speed control loop filter, C09 The speed control loop gains control the response of the speed controller to a change in speed demand.
  • Page 476: Creep To Floor - Start Optimization

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 10.4 Creep to floor - Start optimization The start ride comfort of the Elevator can be optimized through either the profile settings or by adjustment of the drives control loop gains. The start profile should firstly be set-up, optimized (Run jerk 1, and Acceleration rate) prior to adjustment of the drives control loop gains which include the Start lock position gain plus speed and current control loop gains.
  • Page 477: Creep To Floor - Stop Optimization

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Table 10-5 Travel optimization parameters Parameter Setting Run speed loop gains are optimized to overcome any overshoot during a transition in speed and vibration Run Speed Loop P (I06) during travel.
  • Page 478: Brake Control Optimization

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 10.6.2 Control loop gains During the deceleration and stopping of the Elevator there are both Run speed and current control loop gains available along with a current loop filter. The position feedback filter available is active during the complete travel and if required this should be adjusted to suit the start, travel and stop.
  • Page 479: Ct Modbus Rtu

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters CT MODBUS RTU The frame is terminated with a minimum silent period of 3.5 character times (for example, at 19200 baud the minimum silent period is 2 ms). Nodes use the terminating silence period to detect the end of frame and This section describes the adaptation of the MODBUS RTU protocol begin frame processing.
  • Page 480: Data Encoding

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters CT parameter mapping Slave response The drive is parameterized using the mmpp notation. Indexes 'mm' and Byte Value Description 'pp' are in the range 0 through 99.
  • Page 481 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Master request Master request Byte Description Byte Description Slave destination node address (1 – 247, 0 is global) Slave destination node address (1 –...
  • Page 482 Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters If 32 bit parameter addressing is used, then for each parameter written: FC23 - Read/Write multiple registers This function code allows a contiguous series of registers to be written •...
  • Page 483: Exceptions

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Master request Byte Value Description 0x01 Slave destination node address 0x17 Function code 0x17 0x40 Start register Pr 00.057 16384 + (100 x 0) + 57 –...
  • Page 484: Technical Data

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Technical Data 12.1 Motor requirements No. of phases: 3 Maximum voltage: 200 V drive: 240 V 400 V drive: 480 V 575 V drive: 575 V 690 V drive: 690 V 12.2...
  • Page 485: Corrosive Gasses

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters Table 12-2 UL enclosure ratings UL rating Description Type 1 Enclosures are intended for indoor use, primarily to provide a degree of protection against limited amounts of falling dirt. Enclosures are intended for indoor use, primarily to provide a degree of protection against dust, falling dirt and dripping non- Type 12 corrosive liquids.
  • Page 486: Accuracy And Resolution

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 12.12 Accuracy and resolution Speed: The absolute frequency and speed accuracy depends on the accuracy of the crystal used with the drive microprocessor. The accuracy of the crystal is 100 ppm, and so the absolute frequency/speed accuracy is 100 ppm (0.01 %) of the reference, when a preset speed is used.
  • Page 487: Weights

    Safety Product Mechanical Electrical Getting Advanced User Menu A Commissioning Diagnostics Optimization CT MODBUS RTU Technical Data information information installation installation started Parameters 12.15 Weights Table 12-5 Overall drive weights Size Model 034300078, 034300100 All other variants All variants 14.30 All variants 16.30 All variants...
  • Page 488: Index

    Index Symbols +10V user output ..............70 Electrical safety ...............29 +24V external input ............ 70 Electrical terminals ..............48 +24V user output ..............71 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) ....... 29 EMC - Compliance with generic emission standards ... 100 Numerics EMC - Variations in the wiring ..........102 0V common ................70 Emission ..................24 Enclosure ................42...
  • Page 489 NEMA rating ............43 Temperature ................. 484 Nominal elevator speed ............158 Terminal block in the enclosure ..........103 Notes ..................8 Terminal cover removal ............30 Terminal sizes ................ 48 Thermal protection circuit for the braking resistor ....96 Open loop mode ..............16 Through-panel mounting the drive ..........
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