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1
Control signal (CS) 1 actives causing the output frequency to rise.
The motor runs forward.
2
If start forward signal [CS1] and start reverse signal [CS2] are active
simultaneously, there is alarm 55 Conflict FWD/REW.
3
CS1 is inactivated which caused the direction to start changing
(FWD to REV) because CS2 is still active, and alarm 55 disappears.
4
CS2 is inactivated and the frequency drops to 0 Hz.
5
CS2 actives again causing the motor to accelerate (REV) towards the
set frequency.
6
CS2 inactivates and the frequency output drops to 0 Hz.
7
CS1 actives and the motor accelerates (FWD) towards the set
frequency.
Application manual HVAC232/402 | Document 27-652 | Issue ENG06 | 2019-08-07
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8
Run enable signal is not active what prevents the drive from starting
(not ready) a digital input has been configured on par. 5.7
9
Run enable signal is active, which causes the frequency to rise
towards the set frequency because CS1 is still active.
10
Keypad stop button is pressed and the frequency output drops to
0 Hz. (This signal only works if Par. 2.7 [Keypad stop button] = 1)
11
The drive starts through pushing the Start button on the keypad.
12
The keypad stop button is pushed again to stop the drive.
(This signal only works if Par. 2.7 [Keypad stop button] = 1)
13
The attempt to start the drive through pushing the Start button is not
successful because CS1 is inactive.
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