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SINAMICS SM120
Motor Module
Type 6SL38855?B
Operating Instructions / Installation Instructions
Edition
12/2015
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  • Page 1 SINAMICS SM120 Motor Module Type 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions / Installation Instructions Edition 12/2015 Answers for industry.
  • Page 2 14.12.2015 09:46 V4.00...
  • Page 3 Introduction Safety instructions Description Motor Module Preparations for use SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Assembly Electrical connection Operating Instructions Installation Instructions Commissioning Operation Maintenance Spare parts Disposal Service & Support Technical data and drawings Additional documents Edition 12/2015...
  • Page 4 Note the following: WARNING Siemens products may only be used for the applications described in the catalog and in the relevant technical documentation. If products and components from other manufacturers are used, these must be recommended or approved by Siemens. Proper transport, storage, installation, assembly, commissioning, operation and maintenance are required to ensure that the products operate safely and without any problems.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Components...........................33 3.4.1 Double submodule.........................33 3.4.1.1 Gating unit..........................33 3.4.1.2 Submodule capacitors......................34 3.4.2 Door limit switch........................34 3.4.3 Electromechanical door interlocking system................34 3.4.4 Precharging..........................34 3.4.5 Power Stack Adapter......................35 3.4.5.1 Power stack adapter 4......................36 3.4.6 Actual value sensing......................41 SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 6 Transporting transportation units packed in boxes..............57 4.3.8 Transporting a re-cooling unit....................58 Unpacking the cabinets......................59 4.4.1 Removing the packaging......................59 4.4.2 Removing load securing devices...................59 4.4.3 Lifting the cabinet off the transport pallet................60 4.4.4 Opening doors in preparation for use..................60 SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 7 Safety instructions for operation.....................87 Functions..........................88 8.2.1 Monitoring functions and protective functions................88 8.2.1.1 Tripping of the circuit-breaker in case of undervoltage............89 Fault and system messages....................89 8.3.1 Diagnostics via LEDs......................89 8.3.1.1 LEDs of the Power Stack Adapters..................89 SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 8 Disposal..............................119 11.1 Disposing of packaging material..................119 11.2 Removing device components and old devices..............119 11.3 Bypass disposal........................120 Service & Support.............................121 Siemens Industry Online Support..................121 Technical data and drawings........................123 Standards and regulations....................123 Environmental conditions.....................123 Plant-specific information.....................124 SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 9 Example for attaching shock and tilt indicators................51 Image 4-2 Example illustration of centers of gravity..................54 Image 4-3 Lifting rod label..........................57 Image 4-4 Securing the lifting rods.......................57 Image 4-5 Transporting a transportation unit (still in packaging) with a crane..........58 SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 10 Removing the double submodule, steps 1 to 7.................110 Image 9-7 Removing the double submodule, steps 8 to 10...............111 Image 9-8 Removing the double submodule, step 11................111 Image 9-9 Removing the double submodule, step 12................112 Image 9-10 Replacing the water sensors.....................114 SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 11: Introduction

    – Lists on the second level are hyphenated. Note A Note is an important item of information about the product, handling of the product or the relevant section of the document. Notes provide you with help or further suggestions/ideas. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 12: Warning Symbols On The Device

    Warning symbol Meaning Warning: Voltage Warning: Hot surface General warning symbol: Observe the explanations about the hazard on the device labels. For transportation, observe the "transportation markings (Page 53)" on the device packaging. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 13: Safety Instructions

    Disconnect the auxiliary circuits, for example anti-condensation heating. 2. Secure against reconnection. 3. Verify absence of operating voltage. 4. Carry out earthing and short-short-circuiting. 5. Provide protection against adjacent live parts. To energize the system, apply the measures in reverse order. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 14: Safe Handling

    ● Wait for the DC-link capacitor's discharge time specified on the device label. Do not touch the device during this time. ● Observe the five safety rules when performing any work. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 15 These components can remain hot for a long time after operation. Contact can result in serious injury, such as skin burns. Do not touch hot components even after you have switched off the drive. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 16 (nuisance trip). The drive may be switched off as a result of the protection device tripping in error. To minimize the risk of faulty trips, use a type-B RCD. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 17: Electromagnetic Fields In Electrical Power Engineering Installations

    Electronic components can be destroyed in the event of improper handling, transporting, storage, and shipping. Pack the electronic components in appropriate ESD packaging; e.g. ESD foam, ESD packaging bags and ESD transport containers. To protect your equipment against damage, follow the instructions given below. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 18 Conductive floor surface, is only effective in conjunction with ESD shoes or ESD shoe grounding strips ESD furniture ESD shoes or ESD shoe grounding strips are only effective in conjunction with conductive flooring ESD clothing ESD wrist strap Cabinet ground connection Image 2-1 ESD protective measures SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 19: Information For Persons Responsible For Plants And Systems

    ● All instructions for EMC-compatible installation, cabling, shielding, grounding, and for adequate auxiliary power supply are to be observed. ● Commissioning is only to be performed by qualified personnel trained for that purpose in accordance with the commissioning instructions. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 20: Industrial Security Concept

    Siemens provides products and solutions with industrial security functions that support the secure operation of plants, solutions, machines, devices, and/or networks. They are important components in a holistic industrial security concept. The products and solutions from Siemens are continuously developed with this aspect in mind. Siemens strongly recommends that you regularly check for product updates.
  • Page 21: Grounding Concept

    Note Installations that include drive drives need to be equipped with additional monitoring and protection equipment to fulfill the safety requirements, e.g. technical equipment regulations, accident prevention regulations, etc. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 22: Instructions For Inverters With No Grounding Switch

    Circuit breakers are safety components. Connecting or setting the circuit breaker incorrectly can result in death, serious injury, or material damage. Connect the circuit breakers correctly. Select the system values that match the drive. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 23: Residual Risks

    According to the EU machinery directive, machine manufacturers / plant operators must conduct a risk assessment of their machine. Plant operators must conduct a risk assessment of their plant. In particular, pay attention to Annex 1 "General Principles" of the EU machinery directive. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 24 – Operating and/or environmental conditions outside of the specification – Condensation/conductive contamination – External influences/damage 4. The release of substances and emissions that are harmful to the environment Improper operation or the improper disposal of components can harm the environment. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 25 Note There are no standards for medium-voltage drives stipulating requirements or inspections for electric arc resistance. There is therefore neither formal guidance provided nor formal certification available with regard to electric arc resistance. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 26 Safety instructions 2.7 Residual risks SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 27: Description

    External safety components The drive has the following external safety components for the safety concept: ● Circuit breaker More detailed information is provided in Chapter Requirements for the circuit breaker provided by the customer (Page 22). SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 28: Protection And Monitoring Functions Of Internal Components

    ● In the submodule cabinet, the double submodules are housed with the IGBT semiconductors. ● The branch reactors and the associated measuring equipment can be found in the branch reactor cabinet. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 29 Double submodule ③ Bypass switch (optional) ④ Actual value sensing ⑤ Branch reactor Image 3-1 Block diagram: Motor Module employing M2C technology Note Details on the design can be found in the layout diagram. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 30: Re-cooling Unit

    ● The pressure of the deionized water is displayed on a manometer. ● The flow, temperature, and conductivity are monitored. ● If one of the monitoring devices responds, a signal is output or the re-cooling unit and drive are switched off. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 31: Table 3-1 Deionized Water Requirements

    Pump pressure A manometer displays the pump pressure. If the flow is excessively low, then the re-cooling unit automatically switches over the pumps. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 32: The External Raw Water Circuit

    Ammonia 10 mg/l Dissolved solids <3.4 mMol/l (340 ppm) Where values deviate from the above stated, a water analysis should be carried out in order to ensure the long-term stability of the heat exchanger. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 33: Components

    For M2C topology, a low-inductance busbar is only required within the double submodule. The control electronics takes its power from the submodule capacitors. The gating electronics is mounted directly above the IGBT modules, and therefore guarantees a compact design with high noise immunity. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 34: Submodule Capacitors

    To prevent overcurrents and temporary overvoltages in the DC link when the line voltage is connected, the DC-link capacitors must be precharged. The DC link is precharged via the auxiliary supply. The precharging circuit comprises the following components: ● Precharging transformer ● Diode bridge SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 35: Power Stack Adapter

    This is where the galvanic isolation (electrical coupling via light) between the power unit and the open-loop controller takes place. Data is exchanged between the Power Stack Adapter and the Control Unit via the DRIVE-CLiQ high-speed serial communication interface. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 36: Power Stack Adapter 4

    PSA link ⑪ X11 to X16, Gating of the power semiconductors X21 to X26, X31 to X36, X41 to X46, X51 to X56, X61 to X66 Image 3-3 Interface overview of power stack adapter 4 SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 37: Table 3-3 Power Stack Adapter 4: Analog And Digital Outputs And Temperature Sensor Connections

    ● Resolution: 12-bit Technical data for X333: Pt100 temperature sensors use the four wire measurement principle. For a two-wire measurement, you must jumper terminal I_OUT n with TEMP n+, and TEMP n- with I_IN n. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 38: Table 3-4 Power Stack Adapter 4: Switch For The Analog Inputs

    AI 2- Max. connectable cross-section: 1.5 mm², type: Screw terminal Technical data for X321: ● When used as output: see data for X331 ● When used as input: see data for X322 and X323 SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 39 All digital outputs are also affected by a ruptured fuse. The user cannot replace this fuse. Replace the component and send it for repair. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 40: Table 3-6 Power Stack Adapter 4: Electronic Power Supply

    Table 3-9 Power Stack Adapter 4: PSA link Single fiber-optic cable Meaning PSA link for direct data exchange between Power Stack Adapters (only available when operated with a Braking Module) X91 to X93 N.C. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 41: Actual Value Sensing

    ● 1-phase 115 VAC / 60 Hz ● 1-phase 230 VAC / 50 Hz / 60 Hz ● 1-phase 240 VAC / 50 Hz / 60 Hz SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 42: Connections

    Operating display Line connection ③ ⑥ Power outputs Line voltage selection Image 3-4 Overview 3.4.7.3 Interface description Tasks of the interfaces Connector Task Line connection Signaling X6 / X7 / X8 / X9 Power output SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 43: Options

    Suitable for marine use with individual certificate from Bureau Veritas (BV) (option E31) The design and implementation of the drive corresponds to the requirements of the Bureau Veritas classification society. This therefore allows an auxiliary voltage other than 3AC 400 V. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 44: Suitable For Marine Use With Individual Certificate From Det Norske Veritas (dnv) (option E51)

    3.5.8 Anti-condensation heating (option L55) The anti-condensation heating is used at low ambient temperatures and high levels of humidity to prevent condensation from forming. The heating is controlled via a thermostat. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 45: Safety Locking System (option M10)

    Degree of protection IP44 (option M44) The degree of protection of the power section is increased from IP43 to IP44. The internal losses are dissipated by a closed cooling circuit with air-water heat exchanger into the water. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 46: Redundant Fan (option M61)

    The bypass switch is activated without any interruption. As a consequence, even when a fault occurs, you can continue to operate the drive without any interruption. You can replace the defective double submodule at the next maintenance interval. See also Replacing the double submodule (Page 108) SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 47: Additional Leakage Water Sensors In The Power Units (option W26)

    Connecting the water circuits (Page 70) 3.6.2 Electrical interfaces Auxiliary supply and signals 15-pin interfaces for the auxiliary power supply and signals are available at the input and output. Image 3-5 Auxiliary supply and signal interfaces SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 48: Drive-cliq Interface

    Reserved, do not use Reserved, do not use + (24 V) Power supply M (0 V) Electronics ground Blanking plate for DRIVE-CLiQ interface: Molex, order number: 85999-3255. The maximum DRIVE-CLiQ cable length is 50 m. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 49: Preparations For Use

    ● Report any apparent transport damage to the delivery agent immediately. ● Immediately report any apparent defects/missing components to your contact partner. These Operating Instructions are part of the scope of delivery; keep them in a location where they can be easily accessed. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 50: Checking Shock And Tilt Indicators

    (responded) This can result in death, serious injury or material damage. ● If one of the indicators has tripped, do not perform any commissioning. ● Inform the Technical Support. Only specialist Siemens technicians can recommend appropriate measures. See also Siemens Industry Online Support (Page 121)
  • Page 51 ● The tilt indicators are located in the upper third of the cabinet. ● The shock indicators are located at the bottom of the cabinet. ① Tilt indicator ② Shock indicator Image 4-1 Example for attaching shock and tilt indicators SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 52 All arrows are red. The shock indicator has not tripped. Tripped indicator ① The arrow above the line is blue. The tilt indicator has tripped. ② One of the arrows has turned black. The shock indicator has tripped. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 53: Checking The Load Handling Attachments

    Phytosanitary Measures (ISPM). Comply with the images shown on the packaging. Their meaning is as follows: This Fragile goods Keep dry Keep cool Center of Do not use Attach here way up gravity hand hook SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 54: Transport Requirements

    ● Do not tilt the device or allow it to fall. The following figure shows the centers of gravity as an example: Carefully note the centers of gravity when performing any lifting or installation work. Image 4-2 Example illustration of centers of gravity SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 55: Transport With A Fork-lift Truck

    Use of inappropriate cross-arms If inappropriate cross-arms are used, the transport unit or cabinet can tip over. This can result in death, serious injury or material damage. Observe the specifications provided in DIN EN 13155 on crossbars. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 56: Using Lifting Rods

    If the transport unit is lifted incorrectly, this can damage the decorative trim, cabinet doors, or fans. Protect the cabinet and protruding parts against damage. Always lift the transport units with the appropriate spreading devices or hoisting tackle. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 57: Transporting Transportation Units Packed In Boxes

    Please proceed as follows: 1. Attach the rope/cable to the pallet as shown in the following diagram. ① 2. Attach the rope/cable to the spreader beam and the crane hook. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 58: Transporting A Re-cooling Unit

    If the ion exchange cartridge is exposed to frost, it may be damaged. Only transport and store the ion exchange cartridge in non-frosty conditions. More information is available in the re-cooling unit's operating instructions. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 59: Unpacking The Cabinets

    Improper removal of the load securing devices The load securing device protects the cabinet from any damage. If you remove the load securing device improperly, the cabinet may sustain damage. Correctly remove the load securing device. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 60: Lifting The Cabinet Off The Transport Pallet

    The drive is supplied in a closed state. A label showing the operating steps and a screw marked by a further label are located on the door. Under the screw you will find the opening for manually opening the doors. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 61: Image 4-6 Labels

    2. Insert a screwdriver into this opening. 3. Turn the door handle until you feel resistance. 4. Remove the screwdriver from the opening. 5. Open the doors. Also note the labels on the doors SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 62: Checking The Shock And Tilt Indicators Inside The Cabinet

    NOTICE Blow-out pressure too high If the blow-out pressure used exceeds 6 bar, the piping and the heat sink can become damaged. Do not exceed the blowout pressure of 6 bar. Avoid pressure surges. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 63: Storing A Device

    – Room temperature should be approx. 10° C (50° F) above the outside temperature. – The temperature may not fall below ‑20 °C (-4 °F). – For lower temperatures, agree on suitable measures together with Siemens. – Relative humidity should be less than 60%.
  • Page 64: Storing Fans

    If the ion exchange cartridge is exposed to frost, it may be damaged. Only transport and store the ion exchange cartridge in non-frosty conditions. More information is available in the re-cooling unit's operating instructions. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 65: Assembly

    Therefore, remove dust deposits after installation. Then keep the doors closed. In the event of contamination from conductive dust particles (e.g. from welding work), professional cleaning will be required. Contact the service center in this regard. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 66: Tools Required

    ● Torque wrench up to 50 Nm ● Screwdriver, size 2 ● Torx T20 and T30 screwdrivers Attach the roof hood and fans Note If the fans and roof hood are not factory fitted, proceed as outlined below. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 67: Screwing The Transport Units Together

    Material damage can result. ● Line the cabinets up precisely with each other in order to avoid shearing forces when the base units are screwed together. ● Install the drive only on a level and horizontal surface. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 68: Screwing The Cabinets Together

    . Use the holes in the corners and then every 300 mm. Image 5-2 Screwing the cabinets together 4. Attach the contact washers to the threaded pins. 5. Screw the transport units together using the nuts with a torque of 32 Nm. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 69: Connect To The Foundation

    Image 5-3 Connecting the grounding for the cabinet units ② 2. Secure the grounding cable on the grounding lug with an M12 screw. 3. Tighten the screw with a torque of 50 Nm. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 70: Connect The Dc Cable

    For this reason, make sure that no foreign bodies can enter the water circulation system. Only remove the protective cover immediately prior to connecting the water circuit. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 71: Water Piping

    Return (red) ③ Union nut Image 5-5 Water piping To establish the connection of the raw water circuit, observe the details in the dimension drawing. See also Charging the deionized water circuit (Page 85) SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 72 Assembly 5.7 Connecting the water circuits SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 73: Electrical Connection

    If the drive is operated with an insufficient degree of protection, death, serious injury, and material damage can result. To maintain the drive's degree of protection, seal the holes so they are air-tight immediately after installation. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 74 When shrinking, ensure not to damage cables in the surrounding cable channels. NOTICE Incorrectly opening the doors If you incorrectly open the doors, then this can damage the locking mechanism. Open the doors as described in Chapter "". SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 75: Electromagnetic Compatibility

    ● Connect painted or anodized metal components using contact washers or remove the insulating layer. ● Use unpainted, de-oiled mounting plates. ● Establish a central connection between ground and the protective conductor system (PE protective conductor). SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 76 ● Apply the cable shield so that it covers the greatest possible surface area. Use ground clamps, ground terminals or ground screw connections. ● Avoid extending the cable shield to the grounding point via a wire. This reduces the shield effectiveness by up to 90%. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 77: Image 6-1 Shield Connection Using A Clip

    ● Ensure that the cable shield is correctly connected. ● Bridge shield gaps (at terminals, circuit-breakers, contactors, etc.) with minimum impedance and through the largest possible surface area. ① Shield buses ② Cable ③ Terminals Image 6-2 Bridging shield gaps SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 78: Potential Concept

    DIN EN 60204-1. Image 6-3 Potential concept Cable cross-sections Table 6-1 Cable cross-sections Object Cross-section Remark Power cable Max. 240 mm max. 4 per terminal Cabinet protective conductor Max. 120 mm² See also Torques (Page 105) SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 79: Connecting Ground

    Malfunctions can occur in the converter if cables with differing voltage levels are laid together with internal cables in one cable duct in the cabinet. Do not run cables coming from the outside, for example to the terminal strips, together with internal cables in one cable duct. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 80: Connecting Power Cables

    Select the appropriate cable depending on the following conditions: ● Routing conditions ● Accumulation of cables ● Ambient temperature ● Bending radii ● Output voltage Observe the connection capabilities on the drive and on the motor terminal box. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 81: Table 6-2 Cleaning Agents And Grease

    Cables that have not been properly secured at the connection point, represent a high electrical transition resistance, which can result in thermal destruction. Tighten the screws with the specified torques. Tighten the M12 screws with a torque of 50 SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 82: Procedure

    8. Attach the nuts and, if necessary, the washers. Tighten the nuts with a torque of 50 Nm. ③ 9. Expose the cable shield. Secure the cable on the cable clamping bar using cable clips SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 83: Connecting The Re-cooling Unit To The Drive

    Fasten all cable ducts whose cover faces downward with cable ties. Wind the cable ties around the entire cable duct. The cable ties must be located at the same positions as in the delivered state. Image 6-6 Fastening the cable ties SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 84 Electrical connection 6.10 Fastening the cable ducts with cable ties SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 85: Commissioning

    Obtain information about the range of SITRAIN training courses available through your local contact person. Make use of the support and services offered by the responsible Siemens Service Center when commissioning this equipment. You can find the relevant contact person under "Service &...
  • Page 86 5. Close the water valves and the vent valves. Ventilate the deionized water circuit several times. 6. Check the location and the function of the leakage sensors and their alarms. 7. Fill sufficient water until both alarms (LSD and LA) of the expansion tank extinguish. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 87: Operation

    Then identify and eliminate the source of the ground fault. The plant operating company is responsible for the consequences, if the drive is still operated after a ground fault has been detected. Carry out a risk analysis. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 88: Functions

    Monitoring functions and protective functions The drive features hardware and software functions that protect it against faults and damage caused by impermissible operating statuses or hardware malfunctions. The monitoring elements provide internal microprocessor-controlled monitoring and remote device monitoring. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 89: Tripping Of The Circuit-breaker In Case Of Undervoltage

    Check input voltage. light internal board voltage fault. If input voltage is > 18 V and LED red: Return component for repair. Green Continuous 24 V power supply OK. light Internal board voltages OK. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 90 Firmware download is complete. Waiting Carry out a POWER ON. light for POWER ON. Green/or‐ Flashing light Component recognition via LED is acti‐ ange vated. The color depends on the LED state when component recognition is activated. Red/orange SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 91: Maintenance

    Magnetizing and demagnetizing equipment that is fed from an external voltage source can cause high voltages on the drive. This voltage can result in death or serious injury. Ensure that no voltage from external feeds exists before commencing maintenance and repair work. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 92 If, after installation and maintenance work, foreign bodies are left in the drive, this can damage it when switching on. Before switching on, check as to whether there are any foreign bodies in the drive. Remove any foreign bodies. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 93: Grounding The System

    When doing so, take the prescribed maintenance intervals into consideration, as well as the instructions for repairing and replacing installed components. Note Siemens offers its customers support in the form of a service contract. For further details, contact your regional office or sales office. Note Inform the manufacturer about each maintenance job that has been carried out and about each spare part replacement for the purposes of a reliability analysis.
  • Page 94: Grounding Using The Grounding Harness

    ① 2. Secure the terminals of the grounding harness to the upper fixed spheres Attaching the grounding spider ① Upper fixed spheres ② Lower fixed sphere Image 9-1 Schematic diagram: Attaching the grounding spider SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 95: Opening The Device

    ● The five safety rules must be observed. If the auxiliary voltage fails, you can only unlock the doors manually. To unlock the doors, proceed as described in the chapter titled "Preparation for use". SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 96: Preventive Maintenance

    Instructions. sonnel Check the cooling system. Owner After 30,000 operating See the specifications in the Op‐ hours erating Instructions. Check the spare parts. Siemens Annually If necessary reorder spare parts. service per‐ sonnel SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 97: Visual Inspections

    ● Check the hoisting solenoids and security bolts at regular intervals. ● Replace defective hoisting solenoids and security bolts before (re) commissioning. 9.4.3.4 Checking the plug connections. Regularly check the plug connections to ensure they are seated correctly and the contacts are not corroded. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 98: Checking The Filter Mats

    ● Check the water level in the compensating chamber of the deionized water circuit. If the level is too low, add some more water. If the level is too high, drain some water until the level is correct. See also The external raw water circuit (Page 32) SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 99: Maintenance

    2. Loosen the connector of the fan connector cable from the terminal in the fan box. ② 3. Loosen the fastening screws of fan 4. Pull the fan out of the fan box. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 100: Replacing Fans, From The Back

    1. Remove the rear cover from the fan box. To do this, loosen the fastening screws 2. Loosen the connector of the fan connector cable from the terminal in the fan box. ③ 3. Loosen the fastening screws of fan 4. Pull the fan out of the fan box. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 101: Replacing Filter Mats

    3. If there is a slight amount of dirt, clean the filter mat at a suitable location. Otherwise, correctly dispose of the dirty filter mat. Use a new filter mat 4. Insert the filter mat in the frame of the fan opening. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 102: Cleaning

    Any strongly alkaline chemicals such as caustic potash or soda as well as acids corrode the aluminum and roughen the surface. The agents often recommended for cleaning glass also exhibit this effect and must therefore not be used on aluminum. Only use cleaning agents that are suitable for aluminum. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 103: Repair

    After performing repairs, refasten all cable ducts whose cover faces downward with a cable tie. The cable ties must be located at the same positions as in the delivered state. You will find more information in "Fastening the cable ducts with cable ties (Page 83)". SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 104: Components That Can Be Replaced

    Note After replacing a thyristor controller component, return the defective part to the factory. The relevant address is available from your Siemens contact person. Always enclose the following information: ● MLFB and serial number of the converter ●...
  • Page 105: Torques

    Examples of soft materials are Cu, Al, CuZn cable entries, laminate materials, plastics, cast resin post insulators, press nuts, welding nuts, blind rivet nuts, and cage nuts. Hard materials S2 are materials with friction-enhancing washer components, e.g. a contact washer. Hard S1 materials include steel, for example. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 106: Replacing The Avt Combination Module

    Example of an AVT combination module Installing the AVT combination module ② 1. Use the screws to secure the AVT combination module. ① 2. Reconnect the control lines . Do not bend the fiber-optic conductors. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 107: Replacing The Current Transformer

    4. Remove the connecting cable between the current transformer and the AVT combination module. To do this, loosen the nuts on the side of the current transformer and remove the ② cables ① 5. Loosen the four screws that fix the current transformer to the busbar. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 108: Replacing The Double Submodule

    ● The capacitor bank with a weight of approx. 44 kg Removing the double submodules incorrectly can lead to serious injury and material damage. When installing and removing the double submodules, do not position yourself below the individual units. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 109 All double submodules in the module are identically structured. On the inside of the door, there is a layout diagram showing how to interconnect the double submodules. All double submodules have an equipment code. The installation location can be determined by the equipment codes entered in the layout diagram. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 110: Removing The Double Submodule, Steps 1 To 7

    9. Remove the two screws (M5 x 25) between the heat sink and the housing of the capacitor bank. ⑨ 10.Remove all screws (M8 x 20) between the capacitor busbar and the gating unit. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 111: Removing The Double Submodule, Steps 8 To 10

    11.Remove the gating unit by withdrawing it to the front. Image 9-7 Removing the double submodule, steps 8 to 10 ⑩ 12.Remove the screws (M4 x 10). Withdraw the plate towards the front. Image 9-8 Removing the double submodule, step 11 SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 112: Removing The Double Submodule, Step 12

    Image 9-9 Removing the double submodule, step 12 14.Withdraw the capacitor bank towards the front. Installing the double submodule Execute the steps described in the section "Removing the double submodule" in the reverse order. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 113 2. Enter the number of the replaced double submodule. The numbering of the double submodule is identical to the number of the alarm value of alarm A30203. 3. Select parameter p6113. Set the value to "0". This will reset the electronic marking. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 114: Replacing Water Sensors

    ② 3. For the temperature sensor, loosen the two screws in the sensor cover 4. Remove the cables connected to the sensor. 5. Unscrew the sensor from the screw connection in the water pipe. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 115 5. Lock the sensor by using the two screws to screw the cover to the sensor. Note Ventilating the deionized water circuit After replacing the water sensor, the deionized water circuit must be ventilated. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 116 Maintenance 9.7 Repair SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 117: Spare Parts

    Therefore, only use spare parts that have been approved by the manufacturer. To request spare parts, please contact the Siemens sales office responsible for your region. You can find an overview of the Siemens contact partners in your region here (www.siemens.com/services/partner).
  • Page 118 Spare parts SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 119: Disposal

    ● Switch off the drive before you start to dismantle it. Ground the device ● With old devices, also follow the instructions in the section "Transport." For the following components, pay special attention when disposing or reusing: ● Batteries ● Capacitors SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 120: Bypass Disposal

    If the initiator has been activated improperly or is held in the held when activated, physical injury such as crushing may occur. The initiator must only be activated by a qualified and trained specialist. Place the bypass in an open space for activation. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 121: Service & Support

    You can find this data on the rating plate of the device. Answers to frequently asked questions and the possibility of sending your questions to the service department can be found here (http://www.siemens.com/automation/support-request). You can find your local contact partner here (Link: http://www.siemens.com/automation/...
  • Page 122 Service & Support A.1 Siemens Industry Online Support SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 123: Technical Data And Drawings

    5° C to +40° C Relative humidity 5% to 95% 5% to 75% 5% to 85% (Only low condensation is (Condensation is not permit‐ permitted. The drive must be ted) completely dry before com‐ missioning.) SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 124: Plant-specific Information

    2S1 according to DIN EN 3S1 according to DIN EN ces according to class 60721‑3‑1 (IEC 60721‑3‑1) 60721‑3‑2 (IEC 60721‑3‑2) 60721‑3‑3 (IEC 60721‑3‑3) Plant-specific information You will find plant-specific information in the separate document "Technical data and drawings." SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 125: Additional Documents

    Additional documents In addition to these operating instructions, further documents are provided that contain more information on commissioning and service. SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 126 Additional documents SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 127: Index

    Precautions, 18 ESD shoe grounding strips, 18 Contact person, 121 Fixed sphere, 94 Cooling circuit, 47 Grounding bar, 21, 79 Current transformer Grounding cable, 69 Torque, 108 Grounding concept, 21 Grounding connection, cabinet, 69 SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 128 Diagram, 52 Re-cooling unit, 28 Location, 51 Residual current monitor, 16 Purpose, 50 Semiconductor failure, 28 Siemens Service Center, 121 Shock and tilt indicators, 50 Spare parts Supply voltage, 28 Contact person, 117 Wire breakage, 38 Spares On Web, 117...
  • Page 129 Index PE protective conductor, 82 Power cable, 82 Screwing the transport units together, 68 Voltage-source DC link drive., 29 Water condensation, 44 SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 130 Index SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B Operating Instructions 12/2015...
  • Page 132 Siemens AG Process Industries and Drives Postfach 48 48 90026 NÜRNBERG GERMANY www.siemens.com/drives...

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