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AF-650 GP
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General Purpose Drive
High Power (460/575/690V 125HP and above)
Operating Instructions

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  • Page 1 AF-650 GP General Purpose Drive High Power (460/575/690V 125HP and above) Operating Instructions...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Contents 1 How to Read these Operating Instructions 1.1.2 Approvals 1.1.3 Symbols 1.1.4 Abbreviations 2 Safety Instructions and General Warning 2.1 Safety Regulations AF-650 GP 2.1.2 High Voltage 2.1.3 Safety Instructions 2.1.6 Avoid Unintended Start 2.1.7 Safe Stop...
  • Page 3 Contents AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 3.4.7 Shielding against Electrical Noise 3.4.8 Mains Connection 3.4.9 External Fan Supply 3.4.11 Recommendations 3.4.12 CE Compliance 3.4.14 Control Cable Routing 3.4.16 Electrical Installation, Control Terminals 3.5 Connection Examples 3.5.1 Start/Stop 3.5.2 Pulse Start/Stop 3.5.5 External Hand Off Auto Example...
  • Page 4 Contents AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 6 Warnings and Alarms 6.1 Status Messages 6.1.1 Warnings/Alarm Messages Index...
  • Page 5: How To Read These Operating Instructions

    Chapter 6, Warnings and Alarms, assists in solving problems that may occur when using the drive. Available literature The AF-650 GP Design Guide DET-619 entails all technical information about the drive and customer design and applications. The AF-650 GP Programming Guide DET-618 provides information on how to programme and includes complete parameter descriptions.
  • Page 6: Abbreviations

    How to Read these Operating... AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 1.1.4 Abbreviations Alternating current American wire gauge Ampere/AMP Current limit °C Degrees Celsius Direct current Drive Control Tool PC Software DCT 10 Drive Dependent D-TYPE Electro Magnetic Compatibility Electronic Thermal Overload Elec.
  • Page 7: Safety Instructions And General Warning

    2.1.4 General Warning Operating Instructions Software version: 2.1x WARNING These Operating Instructions can be used for all AF-650 GP Warning: frequency converters with software version 2.1x. Touching the electrical parts may be fatal - even after the The software version number can be seen from ID-43 Software equipment has been disconnected from mains.
  • Page 8: Avoid Unintended Start

    Category 3 (EN 954-1). The circuit interrupt is caused by an opening door contact. The illustration also The AF-650 GP can perform the safety function Safe Torque shows how to connect a non-safety related hardware Off (As defined by draft CD IEC 61800-5-2) or Stop Category coast.
  • Page 9: It Mains

    Safety Instructions and Gen... AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Illustration 2.2 Essential aspects of an installation to achieve a Stopping Category 0 (EN 60204-1) with safety Category 3 (EN 954-1). 2.1.9 IT Mains SP-50 RFI Filter can be used to disable the factory installed A1/B1 RFI filter option.
  • Page 10: Installation

    Installation AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 3 Installation 3.1.4 Lifting 3.1 Pre-installation Always lift the drive in the dedicated lifting eyes. For all 4X unit size and 5X unit size (IP00) Units, use a bar to avoid 3.1.1 Planning the Installation Site bending the lifting holes of the drive.
  • Page 11 Installation AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions NOTE The plinth is provided in the same packaging as the drive but is not attached to Unit Sizes 61-64 during shipment. The plinth is required to allow airflow to the drive to provide proper cooling.
  • Page 12: Mechanical Dimensions

    Installation AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 3.1.5 Mechanical Dimensions...
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  • Page 18 Installation AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Mechanical dimensions, Unit Sizes 4 Unit size 90 - 110kW 132 - 200kW 90 - 110kW 132 - 200kW (380 - 480V) (380 - 480V) (380 - 480V) (380 - 480V) 37 - 132kW...
  • Page 19: Rated Power

    Installation AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 3.1.6 Rated Power Unit type Unit 21/54 21/54 protection NEMA Type 1/ Type 12 Type 1/ Type 12 Chassis Chassis 90 - 110kW at 400V 132 - 200kW at 400V 90 - 110 kW at 400V...
  • Page 20: Mechanical Installation

    Installation AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 3.2 Mechanical Installation Mark mounting holes on wall carefully using mounting template from packaging and drill 3.2.1 Tools Needed holes as indicated. Fasten bottom bolts and lift unit up on bolts. To perform the mechanical installation the following tools Tilt unit against wall and fasten upper bolts.
  • Page 21 Installation AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Unit Sizes 41 + 42 Unit Size 51 Cable entries viewed from the bottom of the frequency converter - 1) Mains side 2) Motor side Unit Size 61 Unit Size 62...
  • Page 22: Ip21 Drip Shield Installation (unit Sizes 41 And 42)

    Installation AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Illustration 3.7 Mounting of bottom plate,51Unit Size . NOTE The bottom plate of the 51 Unit Size can be secured with attaching hardware from either inside or outside of the Unit Size for flexibility in the installation process.
  • Page 23: Installation Of Top And Bottom Covers

    Installation AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 3.3.2 Installation of Top and Bottom Covers Ordering information Unit size 43: OPCDUCT433R Unit size 44: OPCDUCT443R Top and bottom covers can be installed on unit sizes 43, Unit size 52: OPCDUCT523R 44 and 52. These kits are designed to be used to direct the back-channel airflow in and out the back of the drive as 3.3.4 Installation of IP00 to IP20 Kits...
  • Page 24: Installation On Pedestal

    Installation AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 3.3.6 Installation on Pedestal This section describes the installation of a pedestal unit available for the frequency converters Unit Sizes 41 and 42. This is a 200 mm high pedestal that allows these Units to be floor mounted.
  • Page 25: Electrical Installation

    Installation AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 3.4 Electrical Installation 3.4.1 Power Connections Cabling and Fusing NOTE Cables General All cabling must comply with national and local regulations on cable cross-sections and ambient temperature. Copper (75°C) conductors are recommended. The power cable connections are situated as shown below.
  • Page 26 Installation AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Screening of cables: Avoid installation with twisted screen ends (pigtails). They spoil the screening effect at higher frequencies. If it is necessary to break the screen to install a motor isolator or motor contactor, the screen must be continued at the lowest possible HF impedance.
  • Page 27 Installation AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions AUX Relay Brake Temp Switch SMPS Fuse (see fuse tables for part number) AUX Fan Line Fan Fuse (see fuse tables for part number) Mains ground Load sharing Motor Illustration 3.13 Compact IP 00 (Chassis), Unit Size 43...
  • Page 28 Installation AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Illustration 3.14 Position of earth terminals IP00 (Chassis), 4X unit sizes Illustration 3.15 Position of earth terminals IP21 (NEMA type 1) and IP54 (NEMA type 12)Unit Size 42 NOTE Unit sizes 42 and 44 are shown in above examples. Unit sizes 41 and 43 are equivalent.
  • Page 29 Installation AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Illustration 3.16 Compact IP 21 (NEMA 1) and IP 54 (NEMA 12) Unit Size 51 Illustration 3.17 Position of earth terminals IP00 (Chassis), Unit Size 52...
  • Page 30 Installation AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Illustration 3.18 Rectifier Cabinet, unit sizes 61, 62, 63 and 64. 24V DC, 5A Loadsharing T1 Output Taps Temp Switch 104 105 Control Transformer Fuses (2 or 4 pieces). See fuse tables for part numbers Manual Motor Starters SMPS Fuse.
  • Page 31 Installation AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Illustration 3.19 Inverter Cabinet, unit sizes 61 and 63. External Temperature Monitoring Motor AUX Relay AUX Fan Fan Fuses. See fuse tables for part numbers 101 102 103 SMPS Fuses. See fuse tables for part numbers...
  • Page 32: Drives With Factory Installed A1/b1 Rfi Filter Option

    Installation AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 3.4.2 Earthing In OFF, the internal RFI capacities (filter capacitors) between the chassis and the intermediate circuit are cut off to avoid damage to the intermediate circuit and to The following basic issues need to be considered when...
  • Page 33: Shielding Against Electrical Noise

    Installation AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 3.4.7 Shielding against Electrical Noise 3.4.9 External Fan Supply Before mounting the mains power cable, mount the EMC Unit size 4x, 5x and 6x metal cover to ensure best EMC performance. In case the drive is supplied by DC or if the fan must run independently of the power supply, an external power supply can be applied.
  • Page 34: Recommendations

    NOTE The recommendations given do not cover Branch circuit protection for UL. Short-circuit protection: GE recommends using the fuses/Circuit Breakers mentioned below to protect service personnel and property in case of component break-down in the drive. Over current protection: The drive provides overload protection to limit threats to human life, property damage and to avoid fire hazard due to overheating of the cables in the installation.
  • Page 35: Ce Compliance

    3.4.12 CE Compliance Fuses or Circuit Breakers are mandatory to comply with IEC 60364. GE recommend using a selection of the following. The fuses below are suitable for use on a circuit capable of delivering 100,000 Arms (symmetrical), 240V, or 480V, or 500V, or 600V depending on the drive voltage rating.
  • Page 36 Installation AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions AF-650 GP 3-phase Recommended fuse size Recommended max fuse Recommended circuit breaker Max trip level [HP] IP20 / Open Chassis gG-16 gG-25 PKZM0-25 gG-20 gG-32 gG-50 gG-63 PKZM4-50 gG-80 gG-125 NZMB1-A100 gG-125 gG-150...
  • Page 37 Installation AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions AF-650 GP 3-phase Recommended fuse size Recommended max fuse Recommended circuit breaker Max trip level [HP] IP55 / Nema 12 and IP66 / Nema 4 gG-20 gG-32 PKZM0-25 gG-50 gG-80 PKZM4-63 gG-80 gG-100...
  • Page 38 Installation AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions AF-650 GP 3-phase Recommended fuse size Recommended max fuse Recommended circuit breaker Max trip level [HP] IP20 / Open Chassis gG-10 gG-25 PKZM0-25 gG-16 gG-32 gG-35 gG-63 PKZM4-50 gG-63 gG-125 NZMB1-A100 gG-100 gG-150...
  • Page 39 Installation AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions AF-650 GP 3-phase Recommended fuse size Recommended max fuse Recommended circuit breaker Max trip level [HP] IP21 / Nema 1 and IP55 / Nema 12 and IP66 / Nema 4 gG-25 gG-32 gG-63...
  • Page 40 Installation AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Recommended max. fuse AF-650 GP Ferraz- Ferraz- SIBA Littel fuse Power Shawmut Shawmut Type RK1 Type RK1 Type CC Type RK1 1/3-1/2 5017906-005 KLN-R-05 ATM-R-05 A2K-05-R 5017906-010 KLN-R-10 ATM-R-10 A2K-10-R 5017906-016 KLN-R-15 ATM-R-15...
  • Page 41 Installation AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Recommended max. fuse AF-650 GP Ferraz- Ferraz- Bussmann Littel fuse Shawmut Shawmut JFHR2 Type JFHR2 JFHR2 1/3-1/2 FWX-5 HSJ-6 FWX-10 HSJ-10 FWX-15 HSJ-15 FWX-20 HSJ-20 FWX-30 HSJ-30 FWX-50 HSJ-50 FWX-60 HSJ-60 FWX-80 HSJ-80...
  • Page 42 Installation AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Recommended max. fuse Ferraz- Ferraz- AF-650 GP SIBA Littel fuse Shawmut Shawmut [HP] Type RK1 Type RK1 Type CC Type RK1 1/5-1 5017906-006 KLS-R-6 ATM-R-6 A6K-6-R 5017906-010 KLS-R-10 ATM-R-10 A6K-10-R 5017906-020 KLS-R-20 ATM-R-20...
  • Page 43 Installation AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Recommended max. fuse AF-650 GP Bussmann Bussmann Bussmann Bussmann Bussmann Bussmann [HP] Type RK1 Type J Type T Type CC Type CC Type CC KTS-R-5 JKS-5 JJS-6 FNQ-R-5 KTK-R-5 LP-CC-5 KTS-R-10 JKS-10 JJS-10...
  • Page 44 Installation AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Recommended max. fuse Ferraz- Ferraz- Bussmann Bussmann Bussmann SIBA LittelFuse AF-650 GP Max. Shawmut Shawmut E52273 E4273 E4273 E180276 E81895 prefuse E163267/E2137 E2137 RK1/JDDZ J/JDDZ T/JDDZ RK1/JDDZ RK1/JDDZ RK1/JDDZ J/HSJ 30 A KTS-R-30...
  • Page 45 Installation AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Bussmann PN Alternate External Alternate External AF-650 GP Siba PN Ferraz-Shawmut PN [HP] Type JFHR2 Type JFHR2 170M3017 2061032,315 6.9URD30D08A0315 170M3018 2061032,35 6.9URD30D08A0350 170M4011 2061032,35 6.9URD30D08A0350 170M4012 2061032,4 6.9URD30D08A0400 170M4014 2061032,5 6.9URD30D08A0500 170M5011 2062032,55 6.9URD32D08A0550...
  • Page 46: Control Cable Routing

    Installation AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 3.4.14 Control Cable Routing In the Chassis (IP00) and NEMA 1 units it is also possible to connect the network from the top of the unit as shown in the following pictures. On the NEMA 1 unit a cover plate Tie down all control wires to the designated control cable must be removed.
  • Page 47: Electrical Installation, Control Terminals

    Installation AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 3.4.16 Electrical Installation, Control Terminals To connect the cable to the terminal: Strip insulation by about 9-10mm Insert a screwdriver in the square hole. Insert the cable in the adjacent circular hole. Remove the screwdriver. The cable is now mounted in the terminal.
  • Page 48: Connection Examples

    Installation AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 3.5.3 Speed Up/Down 3.5 Connection Examples 3.5.1 Start/Stop Terminals 29/32 = Speed up/down Terminal 18 = E-01 Terminal 18 Digital Input Start Terminal 18 = E-01 Terminal 18 Digital Input [8] Start [9] (default)
  • Page 49: External Hand Off Auto Example

    Set-up 1 is Hand mode and set-up 2 is Auto will always be the set-up that is edited. If you mode. prefer you can also ignore this and manually External Hand-Off-Auto Selector Switch Wiring Illustration 3.25 GE 30mm HOA Cat# (1) 104PSG34B & (3) CR104PXC1...
  • Page 50: Electrical Installation, Continued

    Installation AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 3.6 Electrical Installation, continued... 3.6.1 Electrical Installation, Control Cables *The brake chopper factory option must be ordered to use dynamic braking resistors. **This is available when ordering the brake chopper option on unit size 23 and above drives.
  • Page 51 Installation AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Very long control cables and analogue signals may in rare cases and depending on installation result in 50/60Hz earth loops due to noise from mains supply cables. If this occurs, it may be necessary to break the screen or insert a 100nF capacitor between screen and chassis.
  • Page 52: Switches S201, S202, And S801

    Installation AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 3.6.2 Switches S201, S202, and S801 Switches S201 (A53) and S202 (A54) are used to select a current (0-20mA) or a voltage (-10 to 10V) configuration of the analog input terminals 53 and 54 respectively.
  • Page 53 This number along with the description of the alarm will assist you in troubleshooting. If you contact GE for service, make sure to mention number and alarm description. NOTE Unsuccessful auto tune is often caused by incorrectly...
  • Page 54: How To Program

    How to Program AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 4 How to Program 4.1 The Graphical The easiest programming of the drive is performed by the Graphical Keypad. 4.1.1 How to Program on the Graphical Keypad The following instructions are valid for the graphical...
  • Page 55 How to Program AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 4.1.2 Initial Commissioning The easiest way of carrying out the initial commissioning is by using the Quick Menu button and follow the quick set-up procedure using Keypad (read table from left to right). The example applies to open loop applications.
  • Page 56 How to Program AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 4.2 Parameter Lists Changes during operation ”TRUE” means that the parameter can be changed while the frequency converter is in operation and “FALSE” means that the frequency converter must be stopped before a change can be made.
  • Page 57: K-## Keypad Set-up

    How to Program AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 4.2.1 K-## Keypad Set-up Par. No. Parameter description Default value 4-set-up Change Conver- Type during sion index operation K-0# K-01 Language [0] English 1 set-up TRUE Uint8 K-02 Motor Speed Unit...
  • Page 58: F-## Fundamental Parameters

    How to Program AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 4.2.2 F-## Fundamental Parameters Par. No. # Parameter description Default value 4-set-up Change during Conver- Type operation sion index F-0# F-01 Frequency Setting 1 ExpressionLimit All set-ups TRUE Uint8 [0] Linked to Hand /...
  • Page 59 How to Program AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Par. No. # Parameter description Default value 4-set-up Change during Conver- Type operation sion index F-94 Minimum Limit -100 % All set-ups TRUE Int16 F-95 Accel/Decel Ramp Delay ExpressionLimit All set-ups...
  • Page 60: E-## Digital In/outs

    How to Program AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 4.2.3 E-## Digital In/Outs Par. No. # Parameter description Default value 4-set-up Change Conver- Type during sion index operation E-0# E-00 Digital I/O Mode [0] PNP All set-ups FALSE Uint8 E-01...
  • Page 61 How to Program AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Par. No. # Parameter description Default value 4-set-up Change Conver- Type during sion index operation E-7# E-70 Terminal 27 Pulse Output Variable ExpressionLimit All set-ups TRUE Uint8 E-72 Pulse Output Max Freq #27...
  • Page 62: C-## Frequency Control Functions

    How to Program AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 4.2.4 C-## Frequency Control Functions Par. No. # Parameter description Default value 4-set-up Change Conver- Type during sion index operation C-0# C-01 Jump Frequency From [Hz] ExpressionLimit All set-ups TRUE Uint16...
  • Page 63: H-## High Perf Parameters

    How to Program AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 4.2.6 H-## High Perf Parameters Par. No. # Parameter description Default value 4-set-up Change Conver- Type during sion index operation H-0# H-03 Restore Factory Settings [0] Normal operation All set-ups TRUE...
  • Page 64 How to Program AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Par. No. # Parameter description Default value 4-set-up Change Conver- Type during sion index operation -999999.999 ReferenceFeed- H-76 Warning Feedback Low backUnit All set-ups TRUE Int32 999999.999 ReferenceFeed- H-77 Warning Feedback High...
  • Page 65: An-## Analog In / Out

    How to Program AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 4.2.7 AN-## Analog In / Out Par. No. # Parameter description Default value 4-set-up Change Conver- Type during sion index operation AN-0# AN-00 Live Zero Timeout Time 10 s All set-ups...
  • Page 66 How to Program AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Par. No. # Parameter description Default value 4-set-up Change Conver- Type during sion index operation AN-73 Terminal X45/1 Bus Control 0.00 % All set-ups TRUE Terminal X45/1 Output Timeout AN-74 Preset 0.00 %...
  • Page 67: Sp-## Special Functions

    How to Program AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 4.2.8 SP-## Special Functions Par. No. # Parameter description Default value 4-set-up Change Conver- Type during sion index operation SP-0# SP-00 Fault Level ExpressionLimit 1 set-up TRUE Uint8 SP-1# SP-10 Line failure...
  • Page 68 How to Program AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Par. No. # Parameter description Default value 4-set-up Change Conver- Type during sion index operation SP-8# Accel Time 2 S-ramp Ratio at Accel. SP-80 50 % All set-ups TRUE Uint8 Decel Time 2 S-ramp Ratio at Decel.
  • Page 69: O-## Options/comms

    How to Program AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 4.2.9 O-## Options/Comms Par. No. # Parameter description Default value 4-set-up Change Conver- Type during sion index operation O-0# O-01 Control Site [0] Digital and ctrl.word All set-ups TRUE Uint8 O-02...
  • Page 70: Dn-## Devicnet

    How to Program AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 4.2.10 DN-## DevicNet Par. No. # Parameter description Default value 4-set-up Change Conver- Type during sion index operation DN-0# DN-00 DeviceNet Protocol ExpressionLimit 2 set-ups FALSE Uint8 DN-01 Baud Rate Select...
  • Page 71: Pb-## Profibus

    How to Program AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 4.2.11 PB-## Profibus Par. No. # Parameter description Default value 4-set-up Change Conver- Type during sion index operation PB-1# PB-15 PCD Write Configuration ExpressionLimit 2 set-ups TRUE Uint16 PB-16 PCD Read Configuration...
  • Page 72: En-## Ethernet

    How to Program AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 4.2.12 EN-## EtherNet Par. No. # Parameter description Default value 4-set-up Change Conver- Type during sion index operation EN-0# EN-00 IP Address Assignment ExpressionLimit 2 set-ups TRUE Uint8 EN-01 IP Address...
  • Page 73 How to Program AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Par. No. # Parameter description Default value 4-set-up Change Conver- Type during sion index operation EN-9# EN-90 Cable Diagnostic [0] Disabled 2 set-ups TRUE Uint8 EN-91 MDI-X [1] Enabled 2 set-ups...
  • Page 74: Ec-## Feedback Option

    How to Program AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 4.2.13 EC-## Feedback Option Par. No. # Parameter description Default value 4-set-up Change Conver- Type during sion index operation EC-1# EC-10 Signal Type [1] RS422 (5V TTL) All set-ups FALSE Uint8...
  • Page 75: Id-## Drive Information

    How to Program AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 4.2.15 ID-## Drive Information Par. No. # Parameter description Default value 4-set-up Change Conver- Type during sion index operation ID-0# ID-00 Operating Hours All set-ups FALSE Uint32 ID-01 Running Hours All set-ups...
  • Page 76: Dr-## Data Readouts

    How to Program AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 4.2.16 DR-## Data Readouts Par. No. # Parameter description Default value 4-set-up Change Conver- Type during sion index operation DR-0# DR-00 Control Word 0 N/A All set-ups FALSE 0.000 ReferenceFeed- DR-01...
  • Page 77 How to Program AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Par. No. # Parameter description Default value 4-set-up Change Conver- Type during sion index operation DR-64 Analog Input 54 0.000 N/A All set-ups FALSE Int32 DR-65 Analog Output 42 [mA] 0.000 N/A...
  • Page 78: Lc-## Logic Controller

    How to Program AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 4.2.17 LC-## Logic Controller Par. No. # Parameter description Default value 4-set-up Change Conver- Type during sion index operation LC-0# LC-00 Logic Controller Mode ExpressionLimit 2 set-ups TRUE Uint8 LC-01 Start Event...
  • Page 79 How to Program AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Par. No. # Parameter description Default value 4-set-up Change Conver- Type during sion index operation B-24 Stop Delay 0.0 s All set-ups TRUE Uint8 B-25 Brake Release Time 0.20 s All set-ups...
  • Page 80: Pi-## Pid Controls

    How to Program AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 4.2.19 PI-## PID Controls Par. No. # Parameter description Default value 4-set-up Change Conver- Type during sion index operation PI-0# PI-00 Speed PID Feedback Source ExpressionLimit All set-ups FALSE Uint8 PI-02...
  • Page 81: Sf-# Special Functions

    How to Program AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 4.2.20 SF-# Special Functions Par. No. # Parameter description Default value 4-set-up Change Conver- Type during sion index operation SF-0# [0] Abs. Freq., Abs. SF-00 Wobble Mode Time All set-ups FALSE...
  • Page 82: General Specifications

    General Specifications AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 5 General Specifications Mains supply (L1, L2, L3): Supply voltage 380-480 V ±10% Supply voltage 525-690 V ±10% Mains voltage low / mains drop-out: During low mains voltage or a mains drop-out, the drive continues until the intermediate circuit voltage drops below the minimum stop level, which corresponds typically to 15% below the drive's lowest rated supply voltage.
  • Page 83 Machinery Directive 98/37/EC. Terminal 37 and the Safe Stop function are designed in conformance with EN 60204-1, EN 50178, EN 61800-5-2, EN 62061, EN ISO 1384 and EN 954-1. For correct and safe use of the Safe Stop function follow the related information and instructions in the AF-650 GP Design Guide. Analog inputs:...
  • Page 84 General Specifications AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Pulse/encoder inputs: Programmable pulse/encoder inputs Terminal number pulse/encoder 29, 33 / 32 , 33 Max. frequency at terminal 29, 32, 33 110kHz (Push-pull driven) Max. frequency at terminal 29, 32, 33 5kHz (open collector) Min.
  • Page 85 General Specifications AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Control card, USB serial communication: USB standard 1.1 (Full speed) USB plug USB type B “device” plug Connection to PC is carried out via a standard host/device USB cable. The USB connection is galvanically isolated from the supply voltage (PELV) and other high-voltage terminals.
  • Page 86 EN 61800-3, EN 61000-6-1/2, EMC standards, Immunity EN 61000-4-2, EN 61000-4-3, EN 61000-4-4, EN 61000-4-5, EN 61000-4-6 See section on special conditions in the AF-650 GP Design Guide Please see www.geelectrical.com/drives for more information. Protection and Features: • Electronic thermal motor protection against overload.
  • Page 87 General Specifications AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Mains Supply 3 x 380 - 480 VAC AF-650 GP 125 hp 150 hp 200 hp 250 hp 300 hp Heavy Duty/Light Duty* Typical Shaft output at 400V [kW] Typical Shaft output at...
  • Page 88 General Specifications AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Mains Supply 3 x 380 - 480VAC AF-650 GP 350 hp 450 hp 500 hp 550 hp Heavy Duty/Light Duty* Typical Shaft output at 400V [kW] Typical Shaft output at 460V [hp]...
  • Page 89 General Specifications AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Mains Supply 3 x 380 - 480VAC AF-650 GP 600 hp 650 hp 750 hp 900 hp 1000 hp 1200 hp Heavy Duty/Light Duty* Typical Shaft output at 1000 400V [kW] Typical Shaft output at...
  • Page 90 General Specifications AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Mains Supply 3 x 525-690V AC AF-650 GP 125 hp 150 hp 200 hp 250 hp 300 hp Heavy Duty/Light Duty* Typical Shaft output at 550V [kW] Typical Shaft output at 575V [hp]...
  • Page 91 General Specifications AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Mains Supply 3 x 525-690V AC AF-650 GP 350 hp 400 hp 500 hp Heavy Duty/Light Duty* Typical Shaft output at 550V [kW] Typical Shaft output at 575V [hp] Typical Shaft output at 690V [kW]...
  • Page 92 General Specifications AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Mains Supply 3 x 525-690V AC AF-650 GP 550 hp 650 hp 750 hp Heavy Duty/Light Duty* Typical Shaft output at 550V [kW] Typical Shaft output at 575V [hp] Typical Shaft output at 690V [kW]...
  • Page 93 General Specifications AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Mains Supply 3 x 525-690V AC AF-650 GP 900 hp 1000 hp 1200 hp Heavy Duty/Light Duty* Typical Shaft output at 550V [kW] Typical Shaft output at 575V [hp] 1050 Typical Shaft output at 690V [kW]...
  • Page 94 General Specifications AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Mains Supply 3 x 525-690V AC AF-650 GP 1250 hp 1350 hp Heavy Duty/Light Duty* Typical Shaft output at 550V [kW] 1000 Typical Shaft output at 575V [hp] 1050 1150 1150 1350...
  • Page 95 Warnings and Alarms AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 6 Warnings and Alarms If an alarm cannot be reset, the reason may be that its cause has not been rectified, or the alarm is trip-locked 6.1 Status Messages (see also table on following page).
  • Page 96 Warnings and Alarms AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Description Warning Alarm/Trip Alarm/Trip Lock Parameter Reference Temp. Input Error Param Error Hoist Mech. Brake Parameter group B-2# Internal Fans External Fans Brake resistor short-circuited Brake resistor power limit B-13 Braking Thermal...
  • Page 97 Warnings and Alarms AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Description Warning Alarm/Trip Alarm/Trip Lock Parameter Reference Control Board Over-temperature Heat sink Temperature Low Option Module Configuration has Changed Safe Stop E-07 Terminal 37 Safe Stop Pwr. Card Temp Illegal Drive configuration...
  • Page 98 Warnings and Alarms AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions LED indication Warning yellow Alarm flashing red Trip locked yellow and red Alarm Word Alarm Word 2 Warning Word Warning Extended Word 2 Status Word Alarm Word Extended Status Word 00000001...
  • Page 99 Warnings and Alarms AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Alarm Word Alarm Word 2 Warning Word Warning Extended Word 2 Status Word 01000000 16777216 Mains Failure reserved Mains Failure (W36) reserved Unused (A36) 02000000 33554432 1.8V Supply Low reserved Current Limit (W59)
  • Page 100 Warnings and Alarms AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions WARNING 1, 10 volts low the drive trips after a fixed time delay. The time delay The control card voltage is below 10 V from terminal 50. varies with unit size.
  • Page 101 Warnings and Alarms AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions operation). SP-25 Trip Delay at Torque Limit can be used to If O-04 Control Word Timeout Function is set to Stop and change this from a warning only condition to a warning Trip, a warning appears and the drive decels until it trips, followed by an alarm.
  • Page 102 Klixon inputs, see section Brake Resistor ALARM 38, Internal fault Temperature Switch. It may be necessary to contact your GE supplier. Some WARNING/ALARM 28, Brake check failed typical alarm messages: Brake resistor fault: the brake resistor is not connected or not working.
  • Page 103 Warnings and Alarms AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions The signal from the IGBT thermal sensor is not available on 1382 Option C1 did not respond when calculating Platform the power card. The problem could be on the power card, Version.
  • Page 104 Warnings and Alarms AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions ALARM 55, Auto tune parameter out of range Troubleshooting: The parameter values found from the motor are outside Check the operation of the door fans. acceptable range. Check that the filters for the door fans are not ALARM 56, Auto tune interrupted by user blocked.
  • Page 105 Warnings and Alarms AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions 3 = right inverter module in unit sizes 62 or 64. 5 = rectifier module. ALARM 245, Heatsink sensor This alarm is only for unit sizes 6X. It is equivalent to Alarm 39.
  • Page 106 Index AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Index Floor Mounting.................... 23 Abbreviations................... 5 Standing - IP21 (NEMA 1) And IP54 (NEMA12)...... 19 Access To Control Terminals............45 Fuses......................33 Alarm Messages..................94 Fusing....................... 24 Analog Inputs....................82 Output....................83 General Warning..................6 Approvals....................
  • Page 107 Index AF-650 GP High Power Operating Instructions Protection And Features..............85 Pulse Start/Stop..................47 Pulse/Encoder Inputs................83 Rated Power................... 18 Receiving The................... 9 Relay Outputs..................84 Repair Work....................7 Residual Current Device............... 7 Safe Stop......................7 Stop Installation.................. 7 Safety Category 3 (EN 954-1)...............
  • Page 108 GE company. AF-650 GP is a trademark of the General Electric Company. 41 Woodford Avenue Plainville, CT 06062 www.geelectrical.com/drives...

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