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Control signal (CS) 1 has been activated causing the output
frequency to rise. The motor runs forward because CS2 is inactive.
2
CS2 has been activated which causes the direction to start changing
(FWD to REV).
3
CS2 has been inactivated which causes the direction to start
changing (REV to FWD) because CS1 is still active.
4
Also CS1 has been inactivated and the frequency drops to 0 Hz.
5
Despite the activation of CS2, the motor does not start because CS1
is inactive.
6
CS1 has been activated causing the output frequency to rise again.
The motor runs forward because CS2 is inactive.
Local / remote
This parameter defines whether the control place of the drive is remote (I/O or FieldBus) or local.
0 = Remote Control
1 = Local Control
The priority order of selecting control place is
1.
PC control from Honeywell live operation window
2.
Loc / Rem button
3.
Forced from I/O terminal
Application manual HVAC232/402 | Document 27-652 | Issue ENG06 | 2019-08-07
Table 49.
Explanations
7
Run enable signal is set to FALSE, which drops the frequency to 0 Hz.
The run enable signal is configured with par. 5.7.
8
Before a successful start can take place, CS1 must be opened and
closed again.
9
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)
10
Before a successful start can take place, CS1 must be opened and
closed again.
11
CS1 has been inactivated and the frequency drops to 0 Hz.
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