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COMPACT V/f & SENSORLESS
INVERTER
BDI50
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User manual

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  • Page 1 COMPACT V/f & SENSORLESS INVERTER BDI50 En g lish User manual...
  • Page 2 Keep the manual in a safe place and available to engineering and installation personnel during the product functioning period. Gefran S.p.A has the right to modify products, data and dimensions without notice. The data can only be used for the product description and they can not be understood as legally stated properties.
  • Page 3 Table of Contents Chapter 0 Preface 0.1 Preface Chapter 1 Safety Precautions 1.1 Before Power UP 1.2 During Power UP 1.3 Before Operation 1.4 During Operation 1.5 Inverter Disposal Chapter 2 Part Number Definition 2.1 Model part number 2.2 Standard Product Specification Chapter 3 Environment &...
  • Page 4 Appendix 2 Instructions for UL App3-1 Appendix 3 BDI50 Communication protocols App3-1 A3.1 Modbus communication protocol App3-18 A3.2 BACnet communication protocol App4-1 Appendix 4 Cable RJ45 to USB instruction manual App5-1 Appendix 5 BDI50 series accessories manual App6-1 Appendix 6 Consignes de sécurité...
  • Page 5 Chapter 0 Preface 0.1 Preface To extend the performance of the product and ensure personnel safety, please read this manual thoroughly before using the inverter. Should there be any problem in using the product that cannot be solved with the information provided in the manual, contact our technical or sales representative who will be willing to help you.
  • Page 6 Chapter 1 Safety Precautions 1.1 Before Power Up Danger  Make sure the main circuit connections are correct. Single phase L1(L),L3(N), and Three phase L1(L),L2,L3(N); 400V : L1,L2,L3 are power-input terminals and must not be mistaken for T1,T2 and T3. Otherwise, inverter damage can result. Caution ...
  • Page 7 1.2 During Power Up Danger  When the momentary power loss is longer than 2 seconds, the inverter will not have sufficient stored power for its control circuit. Therefore, when the power is re-applied, the run operation of the inverter will be based on the setup of following parameters: •...
  • Page 8 1.4 During Operation Danger  Do not connect or disconnect the motor during operation. Otherwise, It may cause the inverter to trip or damage the unit. Danger  To avoid electric shock, do not take the front cover off while power is on. ...
  • Page 9 Chapter 2 Part Number Definition 2.1 Model part number BDI50 -X XXX -K X X -X -Y -Y EMC Filter: F = included; [Empty] = not included N = NPN input; PNP / NPN: P = PNP input; NP = PNP and NPN 2M = 230 Vac, 1ph;...
  • Page 10 2.2 Standard Product Specification Braking Supply Frequency Model EMC Filter Model Voltage (kW) (HP) Unit (Hz) (Vac) Built-in None Built-in ◎ ◎ BDI50-1004-KXX-2M-N ◎ ◎ BDI50-1007-KXX-2M-N 0.75 ◎ ◎ BDI50-2015-KXX-2M-N 1ph, ◎ ◎ BDI50-2022-KXX-2M-N 200~240V 50/60Hz ◎ ◎ BDI50-1004-KXX-2M-P-F +10%/-15% ◎...
  • Page 11 Chapter 3 Environment & Installation 3.1 Environment Installation environment has a direct effect on the correct operation and the life expectancy of the inverter, Install the inverter in an environment complying with the following conditions: Protection Protection IP20 class Suitable environment -10~40°C (size 1) -10~50 (other sizes) °C...
  • Page 12 Product Overview Operator Panel RS485 port terminal terminal Ground terminal Size 2 Size 1 Operator Panel RS485 port terminal terminal Ground terminal Size 3 Size 4...
  • Page 13 3.2 Installation 3.2.1 Installation methods Size1. Mounting on a flat surface. Din rail type installation: Din rail kit includes a plastic and a metal adaptor plates. Assembly Steps: 1) Attach the metal adaptor plate to the inverter base with the screws provided. 2) Attach the plastic Din rail adaptor to the metal adaptor plate.
  • Page 14 Size 2: Mounting on a flat surface. Din rail type installation: Din rail kit includes a plastic adaptor plate as an attachment for the inverter base. Refer to Diagram below: Assembly: Disassembly: Plastic Adaptor plate Snap hook Snap hook Middle Snap hook Din Rail Mounting &...
  • Page 15 Size 3. Mounting on a flat surface M4 螺丝 M4 screw Size 4. Mounting on a flat surface M4 螺丝 M4 screw...
  • Page 16 3.2.2 Installation space Provide sufficient air circulation space for cooling as shown in examples below. Install the Inverter on surfaces that provide good heat dissipation. Single unit Installation Install the inverter verticality to obtain effective cooling. 12cm 12cm Side view Front view Multiple Installation CONTROL...
  • Page 17 Installation for Grounding kit Grounding kit: As bellowed diagram, use screw to install EMC metal plate into heatsink. Size 1 Size 2...
  • Page 18 Grounding kit option installation diagram and instruction (Example) Size 1 Size 2 1. Grounding kit to be mounted on the drive (earth casing), please follow the diagram to install. 2. Unshielded power supply lines or cable. 3. Unshielded wires or cable for the output of the relay contacts. 4.
  • Page 19 3.2.3 Derating curves Curves below show the applicable output current derate due to setting of carrier frequency, the ambient operating temperatures of 40 and 50 degree C and installation altitude. 1004-…2M, 1007-…2M/2T (40℃) 2015/2022-…2M/2T (50℃) Rated Current(In) Rated Current(In) 100% 100% Carrier Frequency(kHz) Carrier Frequency(kHz)
  • Page 20 4075-…4 (50℃) 4110-…4 (50℃) Rated Current(In) Rated Current(In) 100% 100% 60.6% Carrier Frequency(kHz) Carrier Frequency(kHz) Derating curve for altitude 3.2.4 Capacitor reforming Guide after long storage For correct performance of this product after long storage before use it is important that Inverter Capacitors are reformed according to the guide below: Storage time Procedure to re-apply voltage...
  • Page 21 3.3 Wiring Guidelines 3.3.1 Main considerations 1 Tightening Torque for Screw terminals:Refer to the tables 3-1, when using a screwdriver or any other suitable tools to make connections. 2 Power terminals: Single phase : L1 (L), L3 (N) Three-phase 200V models: L1 (L), L2, L3 (N) 400V models: L1, L2, L3 3 For all cabling use copper wires and the cable size shall be according to the table below rated at 40 degrees Celsius.
  • Page 22 7 Electrical ratings of terminals: Supply voltage Power (kW) Horsepower Voltage (Volt) Current(A) Specification 0.4 / 0.75 0.5 / 1 220~240V 1.5 / 2.2 2 / 3 220~240V 0.75 / 1.5 / 2.2 1 / 2 / 3 380~480V 220~240V 5.5 / 7.5 7.5 / 10 220~240V...
  • Page 23 3.3.2 Power Cables Supply power cable must be connected to TM1 terminal block, terminals L1(L) and L3(N) for single phase 200V supply, L1(L), L2, L3(N) for three phase 200V supply and L1, L2, L3 for three phase 400V supply. Motor cable must be connected to TM1 terminals. T1, T2, T3. Warning: Connection of Supply line cable to terminals T1,T2&...
  • Page 24 3.3.4 Wiring and EMC guidelines For effective interference suppression, do not route power and control cables in the same conduit or trunking. To prevent radiated noise, motor cable should be put in a metal conduit. Alternatively an armored or shielded type motor cable should be used. For effective suppression of noise emissions the cable armor or shield must be grounded at both ends to the motor and the inverter ground.
  • Page 25 Typical Wiring 1.Protective Earth Conductor. L1(L) Conductor size for enclosure & L3(N) Backplate must comply with the local electrical standards. Min 10mm². 2.Backplate. Galvanised steel (Unpainted). 3.Input / output Ferrite core and reactor. Ferrite cores can be used to reduce L1(L) L3(N) E radiated noise due to long motor cables.
  • Page 26 3.3.5 Failure liability  Gefran bears no responsibility for any failures or damaged caused to the inverter if the recommendations in this instruction manual have not been followed specifically points listed below.  If a correctly rated fuse or circuit breaker has not been installed between the power source and the inverter.
  • Page 27 3.3.6 Considerations for peripheral equipment Ensure that the supply voltage is correct. A molded-case circuit breaker or fused disconnect Power must be installed between the AC source and the inverter Use a molded-case circuit breaker that conforms to the rated voltage and current of the inverter. Do not use the circuit breaker as the run/stop switch Circuit Breaker for the inverter.
  • Page 28 3.3.7. Ground connection Inverter Ground terminal must be connected to installation ground correctly and according to the required local wiring regulations.  Ground cable size must be according to the required local wiring regulations. Ground connection should be as short as possible. ...
  • Page 29 3.4 Specifications 3.4.1 Product Specifications 230V Class : Single phase. F : Standards for built-in filter Sizes BDI50 1004 1007 2015 2022 Rated Output Capacity 1.65 Rated Output Current 10.5 Maximum Applicable Motor 0.75 Output Voltage Three-Phase, 0 to 240V Output Frequency Based on parameter setting 0.01~599 Rated Voltage, Frequency...
  • Page 30 400V Class : Three phase. F : Standards for built-in filter Sizes BDI50 2007 2015 2022 3037 3055 4075 4110 Rated Output Capacity 7.01 9.91 13.34 18.29 Rated Output Current 13.0 17.5 Maximum Applicable Motor 0.75 Output Voltage Three-Phase, 0 to 480V Output Frequency Based on parameter setting 0.01~599 Rated Voltage, Frequency...
  • Page 31 3.4.2 General Specifications Control Mode V/f Control, Sensorless control (SLV) Overload 150% * rated current (1’ every 10’). Frequency Output freq. Range 0.01~599.00Hz Speed accuracy 3% (V/f) (100% torque) 1% (SLV) Starting torque 3Hz / 100% (V/f) 3Hz / 150% (SLV) Keypad : Set directly with ▼▲...
  • Page 32 Additional protective Heatsink over temperature protection, Auto carrier frequency functions reduction with temperature rise, Protection of reverse operation, Auto restart attempts setting, Parameter lock Environment Protection degree IP20 Specification Operating temperature -10~ +40°C (size 1), -10~+50°C (all other sizes) -20~60°C Storage temperature Humidity Under 95%RH ( no condensation)
  • Page 33 3.5 Standard wiring 3.5.1 Single phase (NPN input) 200V: BDI50-1004-...-2M-N ... BDI50-2022-...-2M-N Magnetic Thermal Contactor relay MCCB L1(L) Power Inverter Induction source output Motor input Thermal L3(N) relay ON-OFF Ground Surge Suppressor Pin 1 to Pin 8 CON2 FWD (Run/Stop) RS485 REV (Run/Stop) Multifunction...
  • Page 34 3.5.2 Single phase (PNP input) 200V: BDI50-1004--...-2M-P ... BDI50-2022-...-2M-P Magnetic Thermal Contactor relay MCCB L1(L) Power Inverter Induction source output Motor input Thermal L3(N) relay ON-OFF Ground Surge Suppressor Pin 1 to Pin 8 CON2 FWD (Run/Stop) RS485 REV (Run/Stop) Multifunction Input Terminals...
  • Page 35 3.5.3 Three phase (NPN input) 230V: BDI50-1007-...-2T-N ... BDI50-2022-...-2T-N Magnetic Thermal Contactor relay MCCB L1(L) Power Inverter Induction source output Motor input Thermal L3(N) relay ON-OFF Ground Surge Suppressor Pin 1 to Pin 8 CON2 FWD (Run/Stop) RS485 REV (Run/Stop) Multifunction Input Terminals...
  • Page 36 400V: BDI50-2007-...-4-N ... BDI50-2022-...-4-N Magnetic Thermal Contactor relay MCCB L1(L) Power Inverter Induction source output Motor input Thermal L3(N) relay ON-OFF Ground Surge Suppressor Pin 1 to Pin 8 CON2 FWD (Run/Stop) RS485 REV (Run/Stop) Multifunction Input Terminals Speed Control Relay 250VAC/1A Output...
  • Page 37 3.5.4 Three phase (PNP input) 400V: BDI50-2007-...-4-P-F ...BDI50-2022-...-4-P-F Magnetic Thermal Contactor relay MCCB L1(L) Power Inverter Induction source output Motor input Thermal L3(N) relay ON-OFF Ground Surge Suppressor Pin 1 to Pin 8 CON2 FWD (Run/Stop) RS485 REV (Run/Stop) Multifunction Input Terminals Speed Control...
  • Page 38 3.5.5 Three phase (NPN / PNP Selectable models) 400V: BDI50-3037-...-4-NP ... BDI50-4110-...-4-NP 230V: BDI50-3037-...-2T-NP ... BDI50-4075-...-2T-NP Thermal Magnetic relay MCCB Contactor Inverter Induction Power output Motor input source Thermal relay ON-OFF Ground Surge Suppressor Pin 1 to Pin 8 CON2 FWD (Run/Stop) RS485 REV (Run/Stop)
  • Page 39 3.6 Terminal Description 3.6.1 Description of main circuit terminals Terminal symbols TM1 Function Description single phase:L1(L) / L3(N) L1(L) Main power input, three phase(200V):L1(L) / L2 / L3(N) L3(N) three phase (400V):L1 / L2 / L3 externally connected braking resistor Inverter output, connect to U, V, W terminals of motor Ground terminal *P, BR for...
  • Page 40 3.6.2 Description of control circuit terminal Size 1 & Size 2 Terminal symbols TM2 Function Description Signal Level Relay output terminal 250VAC/1A (30VDC/1A) S1~S5 (COMMON) 【NPN】 ±15%,Max output current 30mA S1~S5 (COMMON) 【PNP】 24 VDC, 4.5 mA, Optical coupling Multi-function input terminals S1~S5 isolation (Max,voltage 30 Vdc, (refer to group 3)
  • Page 41: Terminal S1

    Size 3 & Size 4 Terminal symbols TM1 Function Description Relay output terminal, Specification: 250VAC/5A(30VDC/5A) RA: Normally open RB: Normally close RC: common point Terminal TM2 Function Description Signal Level symbols +24V Common point of PNP input NPN/PNP selectable terminal. NPN input: +24V&SC need to be shorted.
  • Page 42 3.7 Dimensions and weight Size 1 2-Q1 2-Q2 Dimension (mm) Weight Model (kg) BDI50-1004-… 128.2 86.3 81.1 0.9 (1*) BDI50-1007-… *: With Built-in EMC filter 3-32...
  • Page 43 Size 2 200V 2-Q1 2-Q2 Dimension (mm) Weight Model (kg) BDI50-2015-…-2M BDI50-2015-…-2T 144.2 136.4 101.32 96.73 51.5 (1.5*) BDI50-2022-…-2M BDI50-2022-…-2T * : With Built-in EMC filter 3-33...
  • Page 44 Size 2 400V 2-Q1 2-Q2 Dimension (mm) Weight Model (kg) BDI50-2007-…-4 BDI50-2015-…-4 144.2 136.4 101.32 96.73 51.5 (1.5*) BDI50-2022-…-4 * : With Built-in EMC filter 3-34...
  • Page 45 Size 3 Dimension (mm) Weight Model (kg) BDI50-3037-… 197.5 177.6 188 154.7 148 143.7 136 102.6 96 48.2 (2.4*) BDI50-3055-…-4 * : With Built-in EMC filter 3-35...
  • Page 46 Size 4 Dimension (mm) Weight Model (kg) BDI50-4055-…-2T 249.8 228.6 185.6 177.9 84.7 6.3* (6.3*) BDI50-4075-… BDI50-4110-… * : With Built-in EMC filter 3-36...
  • Page 47 3.8 EMC Filter Disconnection EMC filter may be disconnected: Inverter drives with built-in EMC filter are not suitable for connection to certain type of supply systems, such as listed below; in these cases the RFI filter can be disabled. In all such cases consult your local electrical standards requirements. IT type supply systems (ungrounded) &...
  • Page 48 Chapter4 Software Index 4.1 Keypad Description 4.1.1 Operator Panel Functions Type Item Function Frequency Display, Parameter, voltage, Current, Main digital displays Temperature, Fault messages. Hz/rpm: ON when the frequency or line speed is displayed. OFF when the parameters are displayed. Digital FWD: ON while the inverter is running forward.
  • Page 49 4.1.2 Digital display Description Alpha numerical display format Digit Letter Letter Symbol ° Digital display indication formats Actual output frequency Set frequency Digits are lit Continually Preset digits flashing Selected digit flashing...
  • Page 50 LED display examples Display Description In stop mode shows the set frequency In run mode shows the actual output frequency Selected Parameter Parameter Value Output Voltage Output Current in Amps DC Bus voltage Temperature PID feedback value Error display ( 0~1000) Analogue Current / Voltage ACID / AVI .
  • Page 51 4.1.3 Digital display set up On power up digital display screens will be as shown below. MODE MODE 2sec later parameter frequency Power supply User selectable display formats: 12- 00 Display Mode high Each of the above 5 digits can be set to any of the selections below from 0 to 7 Range 【0】:Disable display 【1】:output Current...
  • Page 52 Example 2. Set parameter 2: 12- 00=【12345】 to obtain the display format shown below. MODE Temperature DC voltage MODE MODE < 4 > < 3 > PIDfeedback MODE MODE Output Voltage < 5 > < 2 > 2sec later Output Current Parameter Display: Power supply <...
  • Page 53 4.1.4 Example of keypad operation Example 1: Modifying Parameters Frequency Short press MODE once Short press Short press </ENT twice </ENT once Short press ▲ once Long press Short press ▲ </ENT once once Long press </ENT once...
  • Page 54 Example 2: Modifying the frequency from keypad in run and stop modes. Modify frequency is stopping Modify frequency is stopping Modify frequency in stopping Modify frequency in operating Power supply Power Supply Power supply Power supply 2sec later 2sec later 2sec later 2sec later Set frequency display...
  • Page 55 4.1.5 Operation Control...
  • Page 56 4.2 Programmable Parameter Groups Parameter Group No. Description Group 00 Basic parameters Group 01 V/F Pattern selections & setup Group 02 Motor parameters Group 03 Multi function digital Inputs/Outputs Group 04 Analog signal inputs/ Analog output Group 05 Preset Frequency Selections. Group 06 Auto Run(Auto Sequencer) function Group 07...
  • Page 57 Group 00- The basic parameters group Factory Description Range Unit Note Setting 0:V/F mode 00-00 Control mode 1:SLV mode 0:Forward 00-01 Motor rotation 1:Reverse 0:Keypad Main Run 1:External Run/Stop Control 00-02 Source Selection 2:Communication 0:Keypad Alternative Run 00-03 1:External Run/Stop Control Source Selection 2:Communication 0: Forward/Stop-Reverse/Stop...
  • Page 58 Group 01- V/F Pattern selection & Setup Factory Description Range Unit Note Setting 01-00 Volts/Hz Patterns 200V:170.0~264.0 01-01 V/F Max voltage Based on 13-08 400V:323.0~528.0 01-02 Max Frequency 0.2 ~ 599.00 50.00/60.00 01-03 Max Frequency Voltage Ratio 0.0 ~ 100.0 100.0 01-04 Mid Frequency 2...
  • Page 59 Group 02- Motor parameters Factory Description Range Unit Note Setting Low Frequency Torque 02-15 0~100 Gain SLV Without Load Slip 02-16 0~200 by series Compensation Gain SLV With Load Slip 02-17 0~200 Compensation Gain SLV With Load Torque 02-18 0~200 Compensation Gain SLV Slip 0: Slip Compensation 1...
  • Page 60 Group 03- Multi function Digital Inputs/Outputs Factory Description Range Unit Note Setting 0xxxx:S5 NO 1xxxx:S5 NC 03-10 Reserved 0:Run 1:Fault 2:Setting Frequency Reached 3:Frequency Reached (3-13±3-14) 4:Output Frequency Detection1(> 3-13) 5:Output Frequency Detection2(< 3-13) 6:Auto-Restart 7:Momentary AC Power Loss 03-11 Output Relay(RY1) 8:Rapid Stop 9:Base Block...
  • Page 61 Group 04- Analog signal inputs/ Analogue output functions Factory Description Range Unit Note Setting 0:0~10V 0~20mA 04-00 1:0~10V 4~20mA AVI/ACI analog Input 2:2~10V 0~20mA signal type select 3:2~10V 4~20mA AVI Signal Verification 04-01 1~200 Scan rate 04-02 AVI Gain 0 ~ 1000 04-03 AVI Bias 0 ~ 100...
  • Page 62 Group 05- Preset Frequency Selections. Factory Description Range Unit Note Setting 0: Common Accel/Decel Accel/Decel 1 or 2 apply to all speeds Preset Speed Control 05-00 1: Individual Accel/Decel Accel/ Decel mode Selection 0-7 apply to the selected preset speeds (Acc0/Dec0~ Acc7/Dec7) Preset Speed 0 05-01 5.00...
  • Page 63 Group 06- Auto Run(Auto Sequencer) function Factory Description Range Unit Note Setting 0: Disabled. 1: Single cycle. (Continues to run from the Unfinished step if restarted). 2: Periodic cycle. (Continues to run from the unfinished step if restarted). 3: Single cycle, then holds the speed of Auto Run final step to run.
  • Page 64 Group 06- Auto Run(Auto Sequencer) function Factory Description Range Unit Note Setting Auto_ Run Mode 06-34 running direction 2 Auto_ Run Mode 06-35 running direction 3 Auto_ Run Mode 06-36 running direction 4 Auto_ Run Mode 06-37 running direction 5 Auto_ Run Mode 06-38 running direction 6...
  • Page 65 Group 08- Drive & Motor Protection functions Factory Description Range Unit Note Setting xxxx0: Enable Trip Prevention During Acceleration xxxx1: Disable Trip Prevention During Acceleration xxx0x: Enable Trip Prevention During Deceleration xxx1x: Disable Trip Prevention During Deceleration 08-00 Trip Prevention Selection 00000 xx0xx: Enable Trip Prevention in Run Mode...
  • Page 66 Group 08- Drive & Motor Protection functions Factory Description Range Unit Note Setting 2: Coast to stop 3: Continue running, when warning level is reached. Coast to stop, when protection level is reached. PTC Signal Smoothing 08-11 0.01~10.00 Time PTC Detection Time 08-12 1~300 Delay...
  • Page 67 09-08 Error 6 verification time 0 ~ 20 Drive Transmit 09-09 5 ~ 65 delay Time(ms) 1~254 09-10 BACnet stations Group10- PID function Setup Factory Description Range Unit Note Setting 0:Potentiometer on Keypad 1: Analog Signal Input. (AVI) PID target value selection 2: Analog Signal Input.
  • Page 68 Group10- PID function Setup Factory Description Range Unit Note Setting Integral Value Resets to 0:Disabled Zero when Feedback 1: 1 Second 10-15 Signal Equals the Target 30: 30 Seconds (0 ~ 30) Value Allowable Integration 10-16 Error Margin (units) 0 ~ 100 (1unit = 1/8192) PID Sleep Frequency 10-17...
  • Page 69 Speed loop integration 11-19 0 ~65535 gain Speed loop differential 11-20 0 ~65535 gain 0: Enable Stop Key when Run Command Stop Key Selection not from Keypad 11-21 1: Disable Stop Key when Run Command not from Keypad Group12 Digital Display & Monitor functions Factory Description Range...
  • Page 70 Group 13 Maintenance functions Inspection & Factory Description Range unit Note Setting Drive Horsepower 13-00 ---- Code 13-01 Software Version ---- *3*4 Fault Log 13-02 ---- *3*4 (Last 3 Faults) Accumulated Operation 13-03 0~23 hour Time1 1 Accumulated Operation 13-04 0~65535 ---- Time1 2...
  • Page 71 4.3 Parameter Function Description 00- Basic parameter group 00- 00 Control mode 【0】: V/F mode Range 【1】: SLV mode Select the relevant control mode for the application, using parameter 00-00 Control mode. Default control mode is V/F.  V/F mode can be used for most applications specifically multi-motor or applications where auto tune is not successful or when a customized V/F pattern may be required.
  • Page 72 Parameters 03-00 to 03-04 which are used to set the required function for the digital inputs [S1 to S5 (multi-function inputs)]. ※Note 1: Parameters 03-00 to 03-04 are Only Required for External Run/stop (Two wire control mode). ※Note 2: For External Run /Stop control, set parameters in the following order: 1.
  • Page 73 00- 05 Main Frequency Command Source Selection 00- 06 Alternative Frequency Command Source Selection 【0】: UP/DOWN of Keypad 【1】: Potentiometer on Keypad 【2】: External AVI Analog Signal Input 【3】: External ACI Analog Signal Input Range 【4】: External Up/Down Frequency Control 【5】: Communication setting Frequency 【6】: PID Output frequency ...
  • Page 74  When 00-10=【0】,the initial frequency will be current frequency.  When 00-10=【1】,the initial frequency will be 0.  When 00-10=【2】,the initial frequency will be as set by parameter 00-11. 00-12 Frequency Upper limit 【0.01~599.00】Hz Range 00-13 Frequency Lower limit 【0.00~598.99】Hz Range ...
  • Page 75 (00-14)x(set frequency-the minimum starting frequency) Actual acceleration time= Motor rated frequency (00-15)x(set frequency-the minimum starting frequency) Actual deceleration time= Motor rated frequency V/F Maximum output Frequency or motor rated frequency Set frequency The minimum starting frequency Actual acc-time Actual dec-time Acc-time 00-14 Dec-time 00-15 V/F Maximum output frequency is for VF curve, which can be checked from table when VF curve is...
  • Page 76 01-V/F command group 01- 00 Volts/Hz Patterns (V/F) 【1~7】 Range Set 01-00 to one of the following preset V/f selections 【1~6】 according to the required application.   Parameters 01-02~01-09 Can not be modified (read only). Six fixed V/f patterns are shown below.【1~3】for 50 Hz systems and 【4~6】for 60 Hz. ...
  • Page 77 01- 01 V/f Maximum voltage 200:【170.0~264.0】V Range 400:【323.0~528.0】V Maximum Frequency (base frequency) 01- 02 【0.2 ~ 599.00】Hz Range 01- 03 Maximum Frequency Voltage Ratio 【0.0 ~ 100.0】% Range 01- 04 Medium Frequency 2 【0.1 ~ 599.00】Hz Range 01- 05 Medium Frequency Voltage Ratio 2 【0.0 ~ 100.0】% Range 01- 06...
  • Page 78 (V)% 01-10 2.5/3.0 50/60 01-11 V/F start Frequency 【0.00 ~10.00】Hz Range VF Start Frequency is for occasion where Start Frequency higher than zero Hz is needed. 01-12 No-load oscillation suppression gain 【0.0~200.0】% Range  In V/F mode , If in no load condition current oscillation occurs causing motor vibration then adjust parameter 01-12 to reduce this effect.
  • Page 79 Auto compensation Gain (%) 01-17 50/60 Auto compensation Frequency (Hz) 01-18 4-32...
  • Page 80 02- Motor parameter group 02- 00 Motor no load current. (For slip compensation calculation) Range ---- 02- 01 Motor Rated Current ※Note: Please set the value according to motor’s nameplate. Range ---- 02- 02 Slip Compensation Gain. (V/f mode only) 【0.0 ~ 100.0】(%) Range ...
  • Page 81 02- 05 Motor Rated Power 【0~22.0】kW Range 02- 06 Motor Rated Frequency 【0~599.0】Hz Range 02- 07 Motor Auto Tuning 【0】: Disable Range 【1】: Static auto tuning  When inverter executes auto tuning function, Fmax value sets by 02-06. When inverter does not execute auto tuning function, Fmax value sets by 01-02. 02- 08 Stator Resistor Gain Range...
  • Page 82 PWM dead zone at low frequencies below 10Hz causes torque reduction. 02- 16 SLV Without Load Slip Compensation Gain 【0~200】% Range 02- 17 SLV With Load Slip Compensation Gain 【0~200】% Range  1. When output current <= 02-00 (Motor current without load) Slip compensation gain : = [ SLV slip compensation gain(02-13)]* [Normal Duty slip compensation gain (02-16)] ...
  • Page 83 03- External digital inputs & Relay Output functions 03- 00 Multifunction Input Term. S1 03- 01 Multifunction Input Term. S2 03- 02 Multifunction Input Term. S3 03- 03 Multifunction Input Term. S4 03- 04 Multifunction Input Term. S5 【0】:Forward/Stop Command-------------------(Parameters 00- 02/00-03=1 & 00-04) 【1】:Reverse/Stop Command---------------------(Parameters 00-02/00-03=1 &...
  • Page 84 1) For setting parameters 03- 00~03- 04 to【0, 1】External Run/Stop Control, refer to 00- 04. 2-wire method. Mode 1. Example: FWD/STOP and REV/STOP from two inputs ( S1&S2) Set 00- 04=【0】, S1: 03- 00=【0】(FWD/STOP) , S2: 03- 01=【1】(REV/STOP); FWD/STOP REV/STOP BDI50 ※...
  • Page 85 3-wire method. Example: Two separate push buttons for RUN & STOP and a two position switch for FWD/ REV Set 00- 04 =2.( 3 wire control mode), then terminals S1, S2 and S3 are dedicated to this function and Preset selections for parameters 03-00, 03-01 and 03-02.are not relevant. S1(RUN) S2(STOP) S3(FWD/REV)
  • Page 86 3) 03- 00~03- 04=【6 ,7】 Forward/ Reverse JOG When an input terminal is set to function【6】and is turned on, inverter will work in jog forward mode. When an input terminal is set to function【7】and is turned on, inverter will work in jog reverse mode.
  • Page 87 7) 03- 00~03- 04=【12】Main/ Alternative run source select. When an input terminal is set to function【12】and is turned on, the run command source is according to parameter 00-03(Alternative Run source).If the Input is off it will be according to 00-02 ( Main run source).
  • Page 88 03- 06 Up/Down frequency step 【0.00~5.00】Hz Range Example: S1: 03- 00= 【8】 Up frequency command, S2: 03- 01= 【9】 Down frequency command, 03- 06=【△ 】Hz Mode1:If UP or DOWN input terminals are turned on for less than 2 seconds, for every On operation frequency changes by △...
  • Page 89 Up/Down terminals then keypad can be used to change the frequency by modifying parameter 05-01.  03 - 07 =【1】In Up/down frequency mode inverter will ramp up from 0Hz on Run command and Ramp down to 0 Hz on stop command. 03- 08 Multifunction terminals S1~S5 scan time 【1~200】...
  • Page 90 Output relay RY1. function descriptions: 1) 03-11 =【0】. RY1 will be ON with Run signal. 2) 03-11 =【1】. RY1 will be ON with inverter Faults. 3) 03-11 =【2】. RY1 will be ON when Output Frequency reached Setting Frequency. When Output Freq. = Setting Frequency – Frequency Detection Width (03-14), Relay Output will be ON.
  • Page 91 5) 03-11=【4】. RY1 will be on while Output Freq. > Frequency Detection Level (03-13). When Output Freq.> (03-13), Relay output will be ON. Setting Freq. (03-13) Output Freq. Time Output Freq. (03-13) Setting Freq. Run Command Relay Output 6) 03-11=【5】. RY1 will be on while Output Freq. < Frequency Detection Level (03-13). When Output Freq .<...
  • Page 92 100% I load 03-15 Fixed 03-16 Value 100msec 03-11 03-17 Brake Release Level 【0.00~20.00】 Hz Range 03-18 Brake Engage Level 【0.00~20.00】 Hz Range If 03-11 = 【14】   In accelerating mode. RY1 will be ON as soon as the actual output frequency reaches the external Brake release level set in parameter 03-17.
  • Page 93 03-17 03-18 STOP RUN command 03-11=14 03- 19 Relay Output Status type 【0】:A (Normally open) Range 【1】:B (Normally close) 03- 20 Brake Transistor ON Level 230V:【240.0~400.0】VDC 400V:【500.0~800.0】VDC Range 03- 21 Brake Transistor OFF Level 230V:【240.0~400.0】VDC 400V:【500.0~800.0】VDC Range When DC bus voltage >03-20 Excess voltage will be applied to the external brake resistor. When DC bus voltage <= 03-21 Braking transistor will be switched off.
  • Page 94 04- External analog signal input / output functions 04- 00 Analog Voltage & Current input s lections 【0】:0~10V 0~20mA 【1】:0~10V 4~20mA Range 【2】:2~10V 0~20mA 【3】:2~10V 4~20mA  Analog Input Scaling formulas:  AVI (0~10V), ACI (0~20mA) V(v) × − : ( AVI(0~10V) F Hz (00 12)
  • Page 95 Set scan intervals according to the application and with consideration for signal instability or interference effects on the signal by external sources. Long scan times will result in slower response time. AVI. Analog Voltage input scaling examples by adjusting Gain, Bias & Slope parameters (04-02~04-05). (1) Positive Bias type (04-04= 0) and effects of modifying Bias amount by parameter 04-03 and Slope type with parameter 04-05 are shown in Fig 1&2.
  • Page 96 Upper Upper 60Hz 60Hz Frequency Frequency 30Hz 30Hz (3) Various other examples of analog input scaling and modification are shown in following figures 7,8,9 & 10. Figure 7 Figure 8 04- 02 04- 03 04- 04 04- 05 04- 02 04- 03 04- 04 04- 05...
  • Page 97 04-11 Analog Output (AO) function selection. Range 【0】:Output frequency 【1】:Frequency Setting 【2】:Output voltage 【3】:DC Bus Voltage 【4】:Output current Example: Set 04-11 required according to the following table. 04-11 Xmax 【0】 upper frequency limit Output frequency 【1】 upper frequency limit Frequency Setting 【2】...
  • Page 98  Select the main or alternative source of frequency command (parameters 00-05, 00-06, 00- 07).  The modification format will be same as the examples shown previously for Analog Voltage Input (AVI) parameters 4-02 to 4-05. 4-51...
  • Page 99 05- Preset Frequency Selections 05- 00 Preset Speed Control mode Selection 【0】:Common Accel / Decel. Range 【1】: Individual Accel/Decel for each preset speed 0-7. 05- 01 Preset Speed 0 (Keypad Freq) 05- 02 Preset Speed 1 05- 03 Preset Speed 2 05- 04 Preset Speed 3 05- 05...
  • Page 100 Actual Dec time = Time of Decel 1 or 2 x Preset Frequency Motor rated output frequency  V/F Maximum output frequency = parameter 01-02 when programmable V/F is selected by 01- Motor rated output frequency is set by parameter 02-06. 00=【7】.
  • Page 101 − × − − × − − × − − × − (05 17) (05 01) (05 18) (05 01) (05 19) (05 02) (05 20) (05 02) , b = ,d = …… − − − − 01 02 01 02 01 02 01 02...
  • Page 102 06- Auto Run(Auto Sequencer) function 06- 00 Auto Run( sequencer) mode selection 【0】:Disabled 【1】:Single cycle (Continues to run from the unfinished step if restarted). 【2】:Periodic cycle. (Continues to run from the unfinished step if restarted). 【3】:Single cycle, then holds the speed of final step to run. Range (Continues to run from the unfinished step if restarted).
  • Page 103 Auto RUN (Auto Sequencer) examples are shown in the following pages: Example 1. Single Cycle (06- 00=1,4) The inverter will run for a single full cycle based on the specified number of sequences, then it will stop. In this example 4 sequences are set, three in forward direction and one in Reverse. Auto Run Mode.
  • Page 104 Example 2. Periodic cycle Run. Mode: 06- 00=【2】or【5】 The inverter will repeat the same cycle periodically. All other Parameters are set same as Example 1. shown above. 06-02 06-02 06-01 06-01 05-01 05-01 06-16 06-17 06-18 06-03 06-16 06-18 06-03 06-17 06-19 06-19...
  • Page 105 Example 4&5 . Auto Run Mode 06-00=【1~3】. After a restart continues to run from the unfinished step. Auto Run Mode 06-00=【4~6】. After a restart, it will begin a new cycle. 06- 00 Command Command stop stop Output Output Frequency begin a new cycle Frequency Continue running from unfinished step...
  • Page 106 07- Start/Stop command setup 07- 00 Momentary power loss and restart 【0】:Momentary Power Loss and Restart disable Range 【1】:Momentary power loss and restart enable  If the input power supply due to sudden increase in supply demand by other equipment results in voltage drops below the under voltage level, the inverter will stop its output at once.
  • Page 107 Note: If this mode is required all safety measures must be considered including warning labels.  When direct run on power up is disabled by 07-04=1and if the inverter is set to external run by (00-02/00-03=1), if the run switch is ON as power is applied, the inverter will not auto start and the display will flash with STP1.
  • Page 108 07- 10 DC Braking Level at Start 【0~100】% Range  Sizes 1 and Size 2 100%:Corresponds to 100% motot rated voltage.  Size 3 and Size 4 100%:Corresponds to 100% drive rated current. 07- 11 DC Braking Time at Start 【0~25.5】s Range ...
  • Page 109 08- Protection function group 08- 00 Trip Prevention Selection 【xxxx0】:Enable Trip Prevention During Acceleration 【xxxx1】:Disable Trip Prevention During Acceleration 【xxx0x】:Enable Trip Prevention During Deceleration 【xxx1x】:Disable Trip Prevention During Deceleration Range 【xx0xx】:Enable Trip Prevention in Run Mode 【xx1xx】:Disable Trip Prevention in Run Mode 【x0xxx】:Enable over voltage Prevention in Run Mode 【x1xxx】:Disable over voltage Prevention in Run Mode 08- 01...
  • Page 110 Electronic Motor Overload Protection OL1 (08-05)  When more than one motor is connected to the inverter set the Overload protection level parameter 02-01 to the total current of all motors and provide external overload relay protection for each motor. ...
  • Page 111 08- 08 AVR function 【0】:AVR function enable 【1】:AVR function disable 【2】:AVR function disable for stop 【3】:AVR function disable for Deceleration Range 【 4】:AVR function disabled for stop & Deceleration from one speed to another speed. 【5】:when VDC>(360V/740V), AVR function is disabled for stop and Deceleration ...
  • Page 112 When the signal rises above the warning detection limit set in parameter 08-15 and for the delay time set in parameter 08-12, the display will show ”OH4”( motor over heat detection), then the output frequency will decelerate or coast to stop depending on the setting of parameter 08-10.
  • Page 113 08- 17 Over current protection level 【0.0~60.0】 A Range 08- 18 Over current protection time 【0.0~1500.0】 s Range  When the output current exceeds the setting value of 08-17 and then keep running exceeds the setting value of 08-18, inverter will show “OL3” alarm and then stop running. (When the output current lower than the setting value of 08-17, 08-18 will be reset, over current protection function will be closed when 08-17 set to “0”.
  • Page 114 High Speed High Speed (60Hz) (60Hz) start activacted point start activacted point 28.8 45.2 Hot Start Cold Start Motor Load Current (%) Motor Load Current (%) (02-01 = 100%) (02-01 = 100%) 116% 150% 200% 116% 150% 200% When 08-19=1: Low Speed Low Speed (1.5 Hz)
  • Page 115 09- Communication function group 09- 00 Assigned Communication Station Number 【1 ~ 32】 Range  09-00 sets the communication station number when there are more than one unit on the communication network. Up to 32 Slave units can be controlled from one master controller such as a PLC.
  • Page 116 09- 08 Err6 fault tolerance times 【0~20】 Range  09-08 is relative to real communication messages. When a real message does not pass error check, that message is resent. The number of errors for the same message are counted and accumulated and if it reaches the setting of 09-08, BDI50 will show Err6 and stop according to the setting of 07-09.
  • Page 117 10-PID function Setup PID block diagram 4-70...
  • Page 118 10- 00 PID target value selection 【0】: Potentiometer on Keypad 【1】: External AVI Analog Signal Input 【2】: External ACI Analog Signal Input Range 【3】: Target Frequency set by Communication method 【4】: Set from keypad by parameter 10-02 【5】: Set from preset frequency ...
  • Page 119  10- 03 =【2】 Feedback (detected value) is derivative controlled in unit time set in parameter 10- 07.  10- 03 =【3】 Ddeviation (target value - detected value) is derivative controlled in unit time set in parameter 10- 07. If the deviation is positive, the output frequency decreases, vice versa. ...
  • Page 120 【1】: Enable – Drive Continues to Operate After Feedback Loss 【2】: Enable – Drive “STOPS” After Feedback Loss 10-11= 【1】: On feed back loss detection, continue running, and display ‘PDER’ ;  10-11= 【2】: On feed back loss detection, stop, and display ‘PDER’ 。 ...
  • Page 121 Wake up 10-19 frequency 10-20 10-18 Sleep 10-17 frequency PID output frequency Actual output frequency 10-21 Max PID Feedback Level. 【0 ~ 999】 Range 10-22 Min PID Feedback Level. 【0 ~ 999】 Range  Example: If 10-21=100 and 10-22=50 and the unit for the range from 0 to 999 will be defined with the parameters setting of 12-02 , actual feedback value variation range, will be scaled to 50 and 100 only for display, as Shown below.
  • Page 122 11 Performance control functions 11- 00 Prevention of Reverse operation 【0】:Reverse command is enabled Range 【1】:Reverse command is disabled  11-00=1, the reverse command is disabled. 11- 01 Carrier Frequency 【1~16】KHz Range 11- 02 Carrier mode selection 【0】: Mode 0 3-phase PWM modulation 【1】: Mode 1 Range...
  • Page 123 Carrier Frequency auto reduction due to temperature rise 11- 03 【0】:Disable Range 【1】:Enable  When inverter (heatsink) temperature rises above 80°C the Carrier Frequency is reduced by 4K.  When the temperature falls below less than 70°C, Carrier Frequency (PAR 11-01) is reset to default.
  • Page 124 acceleration / deceleration time + S curve time.  Please set the required individual S curve times in the parameters (11-04~11-07).  When S curve time (11-04~11-07) is set as 0, the S curve function is disabled.  The calculation of S curve time is based on of motor the Maximum output frequency (01-02), Please refer to the parameters (00-14/00-15/00-16/00-17).
  • Page 125 Example: Regeneration prevention during constant speed. Set value of 11-14 Vpn(DCV) Output frequency (Hz) Regeneration prevention at work Example: Regeneration prevention during deceleration. Set value of 11-14 Vpn(DCV) Output frequency (Hz) Regeneration prevention at work 11-14 Regeneration Prevention Voltage Level Range 200V: 300.0~400.0 V 400V: 600.0~800.0 V...
  • Page 126 11-18 Speed loop proportion gain 【 】 Range 0~65535 11-19 Speed loop integration gain 【 】 Range 0~65535 11-20 Speed loop differential gain 【 】 Range 0~65535  SLV control mode use a output speed estimator as speed feedback value. Speed control system adjusts the output frequency to follow the value of speed feedback command.
  • Page 127 12 Monitor function group 12- 00 Display Mode 00000~77777 Each digit can be set from 0 to 7 as listed below. 【0】:Disable display 【1】:Output Current 【2】:Output Voltage Range 【3】: DC voltage 【4】:Temperature 【5】:PID feedback 【6】:AVI 【7】:ACI  MSD= Most significant digit. LSD= Least significant digit. ...
  • Page 128 Example 1: The following figure shows 12 - 05 display status, when S1, S3, S5 Inputs are ON and S2, S4 and RY1 are OFF. S2 S3 S4 S5 Example 2: The following figure shows 12 - 05 display status when S2, S3, S4 inputs are ON and S1, S5 are OFF but RY1 is ON.
  • Page 129 13 Inspection & Maintenance functions 13- 00 Drive Horsepower Code Range ---- Inverter Model: 13- 00 Inverter Model: 13- 00 show show BDI50-1004-…-2M BDI50-2007-…-4 BDI50-1007-…-2M BDI50-2015-…-4 BDI50-2015-…-2M BDI50-2022-…-4 BDI50-2022-…-2M BDI50-3037-…-4 BDI50-3037-…-2T BDI50-3055-…-4 BDI50-4055-…-2T BDI50-4075-…-4 BDI50-4075-…-2T BDI50-4110-...-4 13-01 Software Version Range ---- 13- 02 Fault Log Display (Latest 3 faults)
  • Page 130 Password protection function Password protection function is available on all BDI50 models. 13- 06 Parameter lock 【0】: Enable all Functions 【1】: Preset speeds 05- 01~05- 08 cannot be changed 【2】: All Functions cannot be changed Except for preset speeds set in 05- Range 01~05- 08 【3】: Disable All Function Except 13-06...
  • Page 131 ▲ </ENT Password successfully lifted Lost password recovery If a password set by customer is lost, please contact Gefran Service Team for assistance. 13- 08 Reset Drive to Factory Settings 【1150】: Reset to factory setting (50Hz,220V/380V system) 【1160】: Reset to factory setting (60Hz,220V/380V system) 【1250】: Reset to factory setting (50Hz,230V/400V system)
  • Page 132 Chapter 5 Troubleshooting and maintenance 5.1 Error display and corrective action 5.1.1 Manual Reset and Auto-Reset Faults which cannot be recovered manually Display content Cause Corrective action -OV- Voltage too high Detection circuit malfunction Consult with the supplier when stopped -LV- 1.
  • Page 133 Faults which can be recovered manually and automatically Display content Cause Corrective action OC-A 1.Acceleration time too short 1.Set a longer acceleration 2.The capacity of the motor time exceeds the capacity of 2.Replace inverter with one the inverter Over-current at that has the same rating as 3.Short circuit between the acceleration...
  • Page 134 Faults which can be recovered manually but not automatically Display content Cause Corrective action Inverter over current: Wait 1 minute to Inverter over current warning: reset. If it occurs Check load condition and inverter current reach the level CL or OL2 up to 4 running period time.
  • Page 135 Display content Cause Corrective action Err2 1. 00-13 is within the range of (11-08 ±11-11) OR (11-09 ±11-11) OR (11-10 ±11-11) 2. 00-12≦00-13 3. 00-05/00-06 or 00-00 / 1. modify11-08~11-10 or 11-11 10-01 set the same value 2. 00-12>00-13 4. Modifying parameters 3.set 00-05 / 00-06 or 10-00 / 01-01~01-09 when 10-01 to be different value...
  • Page 136 Display Fault Description external control mode (00-02/00-03=1) then‘STP2’flashes Operated when after stop. inverter in external 2. Release and re-activate the run contact to restart the Control mode. inverter. E.S. When external rapid stop input is activated the inverter will External decelerate to stop and the display will flash with E.S.
  • Page 137 Status Checking point Remedy Is overload causing the motor to Reduce the load so the motor will run. stall? Are there any abnormalities in the inverter? See error descriptions to check wiring and correct if necessary. Is there a forward or reverse run command ? Has the analog frequency signal 1.Is analog frequency input signal wiring correct?
  • Page 138: Terminal S2

    5.3 Routine and periodic inspection To ensure stable and safe operations, check and maintain the inverter at regular intervals. Use the checklist below to carry out inspection. Disconnect power after approximately 5 minutes to make sure no voltage is present on the output terminals before any inspection or maintenance.
  • Page 139 5.4 Maintenance To ensure long-term reliability, follow the instructions below to perform regular inspection. Turn the power off and wait for a minimum of 5 minutes before inspection to avoid potential shock hazard from the charge stored in high-capacity capacitors. 1.
  • Page 140 Chapter 6 Accessories 6.1 Input choke Specifications Specification Dimensions Weight Choke Model Current Code Inductance Model WxHxd (mm) (kg) (mH) BDI50-1004-…-2M 3.05 BDI50-1007…-2M 11.0 2.00 BDI50-2015…-2M 15.5 1.42 BDI50-2022-…-2M 21.0 1.05 LR3y-1030 S7AB3 120 x 125 x 65 BDI50- 1007-…-2T 11.0 2.00 LR3y-2040 S7AAG 120 x 125 x 65...
  • Page 141 Choke Model Code Dimensions Weight Model BDI50-4075-…-4 180 x 180 x 130 LU3-011 S7FG4 BDI50-4110-…-4 180 x 180 x 130 LU3-011 S7FG4 ※Note: Chokes for inverter max frequency = 400 Hz and max Switching frequency = 20 kHz. 6.3 Fuse Specification Model Rating (aR type) BDI50-1004-…-2M / 2T...
  • Page 142 6.5 Braking Resistor Braking Braking resistor Model: BDI50- (HP) (kW) ED(%) torque (Ω) Model suggested Code Q.ty 3037-…-2T RFH 600 40R S6F62 4055-…-2T RFPD 750 DT 26R S8T0CZ 4075-…-2T RF 780 20R S8SA28 2007-…-4 0.75 RFH 165 720R S8SA25 2015-…-4 RF 300 DT 400R S8T0CR 2022-…-4...
  • Page 143 6.6 Copy Unit (KB-BDI/VDI) The copy unit is used to copy an inverter parameter setup to another inverter. The copy unit saves time in applications with multiple inverters requiring the same parameter setup. Copy Unit dimensions 6.7 Communication options (a) PROFIBUS communication interface module (EXP-PDP-BDI/VDI) For wiring example and communication setup refer to EXP-PDP-BDI/VDI communication option manual.
  • Page 144 6.8 RJ45 to USB connecting Cable (1.8m) Cable RJ45 to USB 1.8m has the function of converting USB communication format to RS485 to achieve the inverter communication control being similar with PC or other control equipment with USB port. Exterior: Connecting:...
  • Page 145 Appendix 1 BDI50 parameters setting list Customer Inverter Model Using Site Contact Phone Address Parameter Setting Parameter Setting Parameter Setting Parameter Setting Code Content Code Content Code Content Code Content 00-00 01-18 03-16 05-19 00-01 03-17 05-20 00-02 03-18 05-21 00-03 02-00 03-19...
  • Page 146 Parameter Setting Parameter Setting Parameter Setting Parameter Setting Code Content Code Content Code Content Code Content 09-10 11-19 07-00 11-20 07-01 11-21 07-02 10-00 07-03 10-01 07-04 10-02 12-00 07-05 10-03 12-01 07-06 10-04 12-02 07-07 10-05 12-03 07-08 10-06 12-04 07-09 10-07...
  • Page 147 Appendix-2 Instructions for UL Appendix-2 Instructions for UL ◆ Safety Precautions DANGER Electrical Shock Hazard Do not connect or disconnect wiring while the power is on. Failure to comply will result in death or serious injury WARNING Electrical Shock Hazard Do not operate equipment with covers removed.
  • Page 148 Failure to comply could result in damage to the drive and will void warranty. Gefran is not responsible for any modification of the product made by the user. This product must not be modified. Check all the wiring to ensure that all connections are correct after installing the drive and connecting any other devices.
  • Page 149 Appendix-2 Instructions for UL Closed-Loop Crimp Terminal Size Wire Gauge Drive Model Terminal Crimp Terminal Tool Insulation Cap , (AWG) BDI50 R/L1 S/L2 T/L3 U/T1 V/T2 W/T3 Screws Model No. Machine No. Model No. 1004 1.3 (16) M3.5 R2-3.5 Nichifu NH 1 / 9 TIC 2 1007 2.1 (14)
  • Page 150 Appendix-2 Instructions for UL ■ Drive Short-Circuit Rating This drive has undergone the UL short-circuit test, which certifies that during a short circuit in the power supply the current flow will not rise above value. Please see electrical ratings for maximum voltage and table below for current. •...
  • Page 151 Appendix 3 BDI50 Communication protocol A3.1 Modbus communication protocol 1. Communication Data Frame BDI50 series inverter can be controlled by a PC or other controller with the Communication protocol, Modbus ASCII Mode & Mode RTU, RS485 or RS232. Frame length maximum 80 bytes.
  • Page 152 1.3 Data format RTU MODE MASTER (PLC etc.) send request to SLAVE, whereas response to SLAVE MASTER. Address The signal receiving is illustrated here. The data length is varied with the command (Function). Function Code DATA CRC CHECK Signal Interval ** The interval should be maintained at 10ms between command signal and request.
  • Page 153 2.2 CRC CHECK: CRC Check Code is calculated from SLAVE Address to end of the data. The calculation method is illustrated as follow: (1). Load a 16-bit register with FFFF hex (all’s1).Call this the CRC register. (2). Exclusive OR the first 8-bit byte of the message with the low-order byte of the 16-bit CRC register, putting the result in the CRC register.
  • Page 154 3. Error code ASCII Mode RTU Mode SLAVE Address ‘:’ ‘0’ Function Address Exception ‘1’ code ‘8’ High Function CRC-16 ‘6’ Exception ‘5’ code ‘1’ ‘2’ LRC Check ‘8’ ‘CR’ ‘LF’ Under communication linking, the driver responses the Exception Code and send Function Code AND 80H to main system if there is error happened.
  • Page 155: Relay R1

    4. Inverter Control 4.1 Command Data (Readable and Writable) Register No. Content 2500H Reserved Operation Signal Operation Command 1 : Run 0 : Stop Reverse Command 1 :Reverse 0 :Forward Abnormal 1 : EFO (Note 2) Fault Reset 1 : Reset Jog Forward Command 1 : Jog Forward Jog Reverse Command...
  • Page 156: Reserved

    Register Content abnormity The inverter is normal Over voltage during decelerating(OV-C) Inverter over heat(OH) Inverter over heat during running(OH-C) Over current at stop(OC) Stop at 0 speed(STP0) Under voltage(LV) Direct start malfunction(STP1) Over voltage(OV) Control panel emergency stop(STP2) Reserved Keypad operation error)(Err1) External BB(bb) Parameter setting error(Err2) CPU error by external signal(CTE ) 31...
  • Page 157: Table Of Contents

    Register No. Sequence input status Terminal S1 1 :“ON” 0:“OFF” Terminal S2 1 :“ON” 0:“OFF” Terminal S3 1 :“ON” 0:“OFF” Terminal S4 1 :“ON” 0:“OFF” Terminal S5 1 :“ON” 0:“OFF” 2522H Terminal S6 1 :“ON” 0:“OFF” Contact output Relay R1 1 :“ON”...
  • Page 158 4.3 Read the data in the holding register [03H] Master unit reads the contents of the holding register with the continuous number for the specified quantity. Note:1. Limit number of read data,RTU: 37,ASCII:17. 2. Can only Continuous read the address of the same Group 3.
  • Page 159 4.4 LOOP BACK testing [08H] The function code checks communication between MASTER and SLAVE, the Instruction message is returned as a response message without being changed. Any values can be used for test codes or data. ASCII Mode Instruction Message Response Message (Normal) Response(Fault) SLAVE...
  • Page 160 4.5 Write holding register [06H] Specified data are written into the several specified holding registers from the Specified respectively. (Example)Set SLAVE station No:01, write BDI50 drive frequency reference 60.0HZ. ASCII Mode Instruction Message Response Message (Normal) Response(Fault) SLAVE SLAVE SLAVE Address Address Address...
  • Page 161 4.6 Write in several holding registers [10H] Specified data are written into the several specified holding registers from the Specified number respectively. Note:1. Limit number of read data,RTU: 35,ASCII:15. 2. Can only Continuous read the address of the same Group. 3.
  • Page 162 RTU Mode Instruction Message Response Message (Normal) Response(Fault) SLAVE SLAVE Address SLAVE Address Address Function Code Function Code Function Code High High Error Code Start Start Address Address High CRC-16 Quantity High Quantity High DATA Number * High CRC-16 First High DATA Next...
  • Page 163 5. Comparison list between parameter and register Note: Parameter register No.: GGnnH, “GG”means Group number, “nn” means Parameter number for example: the address of Pr 08-03 is 0803H. the address of Pr 10-11 is 0A0BH. Register Function Register Function Register No. Function Group00 Group01...
  • Page 164 Register Function Register Function Register No. Function Group03 Group04 Group05 0300H 03-00 0400H 04-00 0500H 05-00 0301H 03-01 0401H 04-01 0501H 05-01 0302H 03-02 0402H 04-02 0502H 05-02 0303H 03-03 0403H 04-03 0503H 05-03 0304H 03-04 0404H 04-04 0504H 05-04 0305H 03-05 0405H...
  • Page 165 Register Function Register Function Register No. Function Group06 Group07 Group08 0600H 06-00 0700H 07-00 0800H 08-00 0601H 06-01 0701H 07-01 0801H 08-01 0602H 06-02 0702H 07-02 0802H 08-02 0603H 06-03 0703H 07-03 0803H 08-03 0604H 06-04 0704H 07-04 0804H 08-04 0605H 06-05 0705H...
  • Page 166 Register Function Register Function Register No. Function Group06 Group07 Group08 06-36 0624H 06-37 0625H 06-38 0626H 06-39 0627H Register Function Register Function Register No. Function Group09 Group10 Group11 0900H 09-00 0A00H 10-00 0B00H 11-00 0901H 09-01 0A01H 10-01 0B01H 11-01 0902H 09-02 0A02H...
  • Page 167 0C00H 12-00 0D00H 13-00 0C01H 12-01 0D01H 13-01 0C02H 12-02 0D02H 13-02 0C03H 12-03 0D03H 13-03 0C04H 12-04 0D04H 13-04 0C05H 12-05 0D05H 13-05 0D06H 13-06 0D07H 13-07 0D08H 13-08 App 3-17...
  • Page 168 A3.2 BACnet communication protocol 1. BACnet Protocol Descriptions BACnet is in compliance with four-layer of seven-layer structure models in OSI (Open Systems Interconnection) of International Standard Organization (ISO). These four-layer structure models are application layer, network layer, data link layer and physical layer. Besides, BACnet is definced by the view of standard “object”...
  • Page 169 2. BACnet Services Services provide some commands to save or control information and some functions to achieve the purpose of monitoring and control. Namely, one BACnet device receive certain information or command to complete specific work from other BACnet device so the two devices need to support the same service to complete communication.
  • Page 170 3. BACnet Protocol Structure BACnet is the communication protocol by way of protocol stack so the pocket is composed of stacked layer types. Refer to the following figure. BACnet Service Request Application Program A-BACnet.Request APCI Service Data APDU Application Layer N-UNITDATA.Request NPCI NSDU...
  • Page 171 4. BACnet Specifications Inverter BDI50 model is built-in standard BACnet MS/TP communication protocol structure to meet the demand of automatic communication equipment. Control or monitor BDI50 via BACnet to be allowable to read and modify specific parameter. BDI50 includes the following supports of standard objects: ■...
  • Page 172 Analog Analog Analog Digital Digital Digital Inverter Property Input Output Value Input Output Value (DEV) (AI) (AO) (AV) (BI) (BO) (BV) Event_State Relibility Out_Of_Service Units Priority_Array Relinquish_Default Polarity Inactive_Text Active_Text App 3-22...
  • Page 173 Refer to Table 4.2 ~ Table 4.7 for the related object information that inverter supports. User can control/ read each object with the application requirements. Table 4.1 – Inverter property list Property Inverter Object_Identifier Object_Name GEFRAN BDI50 Object_Type System_Status Vendor_Name GEFRAN BDI50 Vendor_ Identifier Model_Name...
  • Page 174 Table 4.2 Analog input property list (READ) Object Description Unit Classification Range Name TM2 AVI AVI input Percent 0 - 100 TM2 ACI ACI input Percent 0 - 100 Error code Recent fault message No Units 0 –43 Freq cmd Frequency command 0 - 599 Frequency...
  • Page 175 Classificat Object Name Description Unit Range Speed frequency FreqCommand2 0 - 599 setting-stage 1 Speed frequency FreqCommand3 0 - 599 setting-stage 2 Speed frequency AO10 FreqCommand4 0 - 599 setting-stage 3 Speed frequency AO11 FreqCommand5 0 - 599 setting-stage 4 Speed frequency AO12 FreqCommand6...
  • Page 176 Table 4.4 Analog value property list (READ/ WRITE) Classifica Object Name Description Unit Range tion PID – P Gain Proportional gain (P) No Units 0 - 10 PID – I Time Integral time (I) No Units 0 - 100 PID – D Time Differential time (D) No Units 0 –...
  • Page 177 Appendix 4: Cable RJ45 to USB 1. Model number and specification 1.1 Model number and function instruction Cable RJ45 to USB is a RS232 USB type to RS485 converter. It is used for communication between PC and inverter. 1.2 Dimensions (Cable RJ45 to USB 1.8m) 1.3 Connection between inverter and computer.
  • Page 178 2. USB Interface Cable Pin Definition 2.1 RS232/USB at PC side. RS485/RJ45 connector at inverter side. 2.2 RS485/RJ45 Pin Definition. Pin No. Pin 1 Pin 2 Pin 3 Pin 4 Pin 5 Pin 6 Pin 7 Pin 8 Define Note: 1.
  • Page 179 Appendix 5: BDI50 series accessories manual Accessories Model Function Notes KB cable 1m KB cable 2m Keypad Extension Keypad extension cable for cable BDI50 series KB cable 3m KB cable 5m ① Duplicating parameters setting from one inverter to another inverter Memory ②...
  • Page 180 Annexe 6 Consignes de sécurité A6.1 Préface  Le produit est un lecteur conçu pour commander un moteur à induction triphasé. lire attentivement ce manuel pour garantir le bon fonctionnement, la sécurité et pour se familiariser avec les fonctions d'entraînement. ...
  • Page 181  Si plusieurs disques sont placés dans le même panneau de contrôle, fournir une ventilation adéquate pour maintenir la température en dessous de 40 ° C/104 ° F (50 ° C/122 ° F sans housse de protection) pour éviter la surchauffe ou incendie. ...
  • Page 182 A6.4 Avant l'opération Avertissement  Assurez-vous que la capacité du disque correspond aux paramètres de notation avant d'alimenter.  Réduire le paramètre de la fréquence porteuse si le câble du variateur au moteur est supérieure à 80 pi (25 m). Un courant de haute fréquence peut être générée par la capacité...
  • Page 183 Attention  Ne touchez pas les composants générant de la chaleur tels que radiateurs et des résistances de freinage.  Vérifiez soigneusement la performance du moteur ou de la machine avant d'utiliser à grande vitesse, sous peine de blessure.  Notez les réglages des paramètres liés à...
  • Page 184 Ph. +44 (0) 8452 604555 Fax +91 20 6614 6501 Fax +44 (0) 8452 604556 gefran.india@gefran.in sales@gefran.co.uk SENSORMATE AG GEFRAN MIDDLE EAST ELEKTRIK VE GEFRAN INC. ELEKTRONIK SAN. VE TIC. LTD. STI Steigweg 8, 8 Lowell Avenue Yesilkoy Mah. Ataturk...

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