Control signal (CS) 1 has been activated causing the output
frequency to rise. The motor runs forward.
CS2 has been activated which causes the direction to start changing
(FWD to REV).
CS2 has been inactivated which causes the direction to start
changing (REV to FWD) because CS1 is still active.
Also CS1 has been inactivated and the frequency drops to 0 Hz.
Despite the activation of CS2,the motor does not start because CS1
CS1 has been activated causing the output frequency to rise again.
The motor runs forward because CS2 is inactive.
Application manual HVAC232/402 | Document 27-652 | Issue ENG06 | 2019-08-07
Run enable signal is set to FALSE, which drops the frequency to 0 Hz.
The run enable signal is configured with par. 188.8.131.52.
Run enable signal is set to TRUE, which causes the frequency to rise
towards the set frequency because CS1 is still active.
Keypad stop button is pressed and the frequency fed to the motor
drops to 0 Hz.
(This signal only works if Par.2.7 [Keypad stop button] = 1)
The drive starts through pushing the Start button on the keypad.
The drive is stopped again with the Stop button on the Keypad.
The attempt to start the drive through pushing the Start button is not
successful because CS1 is inactive.