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APPLICATION MANUAL
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  • Page 1 SmartVFD HVAC2 APPLICATION MANUAL 31-00108-07...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Commissioning and Start-Up Wizard ........................40 Fault tracing ..................................43 SmartVFD HVAC2 Application Interface ......................51 Control panel .................................. 55 Navigation on the SmartVFD HVAC2 control panel ..................60 STANDARD application parameters ........................72 Parameter descriptions .............................. 124 Technical data ................................181 Part Numbers, Power Ratings, Size, and Weight ....................
  • Page 3: Safety

    SmartVFD HVAC2 is connected to mains. unintentional damage to the product or Coming into contact with this voltage is connected appliances.
  • Page 4 If the frequency converter is used as a and the possible brake resistor terminals part of a machine, the machine - / + are live when SmartVFD HVAC2 is manufacturer is responsible for connected to mains, even if the motor is providing the machine with a main not running.
  • Page 5: Safety Instructions

    WARNING CAUTION Do not perform any voltage withstand The motor can start automatically after a tests on any part of SmartVFD HVAC2. fault situation, if the autoreset function The product safety is fully tested at has been activated. factory. Safety instructions...
  • Page 6 Earthing and earth fault protection The SmartVFD HVAC2 frequency converter must always be earthed with an earthing conductor connected to the earthing terminal. See figure below: MCR36497 Fig. 2. MI4 MCR36496 MCR36498 Fig. 3. MI5 Fig. 1. MI1 - MI3 •...
  • Page 7: Receipt Of Delivery

    Before running the motor Should the drive have been damaged during the shipping, please contact primarily the cargo insurance company or the carrier. Checklist: If the delivery does not correspond to your order,  Before starting the motor, check that the motor contact the supplier immediately.
  • Page 8 Table 1. Maintenance interval Maintenance action Whenever necessary Clean heatsink* Regular Check tightening torques of terminals 12 months (If stored) Check input and output terminals and control I / O terminals. Clean cooling tunnel.* Check operation of cooling fan, check for corrosion on terminals, busbars and other surfaces.* 6 - 24 months (depending on Check and clean and clean cooling fans:...
  • Page 9: Installation

    INSTALLATION If DC-voltage is not available and the unit has been stored much longer than 12 months deenergized, consult the factory before Mechanical installation connecting power. There are two possible ways to mount SmartVFD Warranty HVAC2 in the wall. For MI1-MI3, either screw or DIN-rail mounting;...
  • Page 10 =M 6 =M 6 BACK BACK RESET RESET M36502 Fig. 6. DIN-rail mounting, MI1 - MI3 M36501 Fig. 5. Screw mounting, MI4 - MI5 NOTE: See the mounting dimensions on the back of the drive. More details in Chapter. BACK RESET M36503 Fig.
  • Page 11 14-1/2 (370) Ø 1/4 (7) 1-3/32 DRIVE OUTLINE 13/64 (6) 1-3/32 (29) 51/64 (16) (29) (20) OPENING OUTLINE 6-1/2 (166) 6-51/64 (153) 14-19/64 (362) (173) 7-13/32 (189) (379) 14 (356) (332) 15-7/64 (384) M36504 Fig. 8. Flange mounting cutout dimensions for MI4 [Unit: inches (mm)] Ø...
  • Page 12 D (D1) W (W1) D (D1) W (W1) Fig. 12. SmartVFD HVAC2 dimensions, MI4 - Fig. 11. SmartVFD HVAC2 dimensions, MI1 - Table 2. SmartVFD HVAC2 dimensions in inches (mm). Type 6.3 (160.1) 5.8 (147) 5.4 (137.3) 2.6 (65.5) 1.5 (37.8) .18 (4.5)
  • Page 13 Table 3. SmartVFD HVAC2 frame dimensions (mm) and weights in lbs (kg) Dimensions in inches (mm) Weight in Frame lbs (kg.)* 2.6 (66) 6.3 (160) 3.9 (98) 1.2 (0.5) 3.5 (90) 7.7 (195) 4 (102) 1.5 (0.7) 3.9 (100) 10 (254.3) 4.3 (109)
  • Page 14 Fig. 13. SmartVFD HVAC2 dimensions, MI2 - 3 Display Location Fig. 14. SmartVFD HVAC2 dimensions, MI4 - 5 Display Location Frame Dimensions in Frame inches (mm) Dimensions in inches (mm) .7 (17) .9 (22.3) 8 (205) 9.8 (248.5) 1.7 (44) 4 (102) 3.4 (87) 3.4 (87)
  • Page 15 Cooling Table 4. Min. clearances around AC drive Min clearance in inches (mm) Enough free space shall be left above and below the frequency converter to ensure sufficient air Type circulation and cooling. You will find the required .8 (20) .8 (20) 3.9 (100) 3.9 (100)
  • Page 16 * Min clearance A and B for drives for MI1 ~ MI3 can be 0 inches if the ambient temperature is Table 5. Required cooling air below 104 °F (40 °C). Cooling air required a. = clearance around the freq. converter Type in cfm (m³/h) (see also b)
  • Page 17 MI1 - MI5 3P 400 V POWER LOSS 31-00108—07...
  • Page 18 MI1 - MI5 3P 230 V POWER LOSS 31-00108—07...
  • Page 19 MI1 - MI3 1P 230 V POWER LOSS 31-00108—07...
  • Page 20 31-00108—07...
  • Page 21 EMC levels than 1000 V. The class C2 frequency converters can be used both in the 1st and the 2nd EN61800-3 defines the division of frequency environment. converters into four classes according to the level Category C4: The drives of this class do not of electromagnetic disturbances emitted, the provide EMC emission protection.
  • Page 22 NOTE: Industrial areas, technical areas of any building fed from a dedicated trans- former are examples of second environ- ment locations. Changing the EMC protection class from C2 to C4 Fig. 16. EMC protection class, MI1 - MI3 The EMC protection class of MI1-3 frequency converters can be changed from class C2 to class removing the C4 (except 115V and 600V drives) by...
  • Page 23 Fig. 19. Jumpers • Remove the main cover and locate the two jumpers. • Disconnect the RFI-filters from ground by lifting the jumpers up from their default positions. See Figure “Jumpers” on page 23. Fig. 18. EMC protection class, MI5 31-00108—07...
  • Page 24: Cabling And Connections

    360° earthing 3~ (230V, 400V) Motor out 1~ (230V) MOTOR MAINS BRAKE RESISTOR (NOT USED) Fig. 21. SmartVFD HVAC2 power connections, MI2 - MI3 Strip the plastic cable coating for 360° earthing MOTOR MAINS Fig. 20. SmartVFD HVAC2 power connections,...
  • Page 25 3~ (380, 480V) 3~ (380, 480V) Motor out Motor out BRAKE MAINS MOTOR RESISTOR BRAKE (NOT USED) RESISTOR MOTOR MAINS (NOT USED) Fig. 23. SmartVFD HVAC2 power connections, Fig. 22. SmartVFD HVAC2 power connections, 31-00108—07...
  • Page 26 Control cabling Attach the support AFTER installing Attach the support AFTER installing the power cables Attach this plate BEFORE installing the power cables Attach this plate BEFORE installing the power cables Fig. 25. Mount the PE-plate and API cable support, MI4 - MI5 Fig.
  • Page 27 Fig. 27. Open the lid, MI4 - MI5 Fig. 26. Open the lid, MI1 - MI3 31-00108—07...
  • Page 28 Control cable tightening torque: 0.4 Nm Strip the plastic cable coating for 360°earthing Fig. 29. Install the control cables. MI4 - MI5. See Chapter “Control I / O” on page 53 Fig. 28. Install the control cables. MI1 - MI3. See Chapter “Control I / O”...
  • Page 29 HVFD2DOPTFR45 Option board mounting kit DOPT2RO1T, or HVFDSDOPT1AI2AO are HVAC2 MI4-MI5 used in SmartVFD HVAC2, +24VDC (±10%, min.300mA) power should be Table 7. I/O Terminals on HVFDOPTTMP. supplied to Terminal 6 (+24_out) and Ter- minal 3 (GND) in control board.
  • Page 30 THREE-WIRE CONFIGURATION TWO-WIRE CONFIGURATION TWO-WIRE CONFIGURATION THREE-WIRE CONFIGURATION M36669 Fig. 30. HVFDOPTTMP option board wiring scheme. 31-00108—07...
  • Page 31 Option board mounting kit assembly 31-00108—07...
  • Page 32 Screw of cables M4*8 Screws 10pcs M4*8 Screws 12pcs M4*10 Screws 4pcs Fig. 33. MI3 screws M4*9 Screws 14pcs Fig. 31. MI1 screws M4*8 Screws 10pcs M4*17 Screws 6pcs Fig. 34. MI4 - MI5 screw Fig. 32. MI2 screws 31-00108—07...
  • Page 33 Installation of cables according to UL regulations type and impedance of the supply circuit. Consult is presented in Chapter “Cable installation and the factory about faster fuses. Honeywell offers the UL standards” on page 38. recommendations also for high speed J (UL &...
  • Page 34 *360º earthing of both motor and FC connection required to meet the standard Screened cable equipped with compact low-impedance shield (NKCABLES /Jamak, SAB / ÖZCuY-O or similar). Table 10. Cable and fuse sizes for SmartVFD HVAC2, 115 V, 1~ Terminal cable size (min/max) Fuse...
  • Page 35 Table 11. Cable and fuse sizes for SmartVFD HVAC2, 208 - 240 V, 1~ Terminal cable size (min/max) Fuse Mains cable Motor cable Main terminal Earth terminal Control terminal Relay terminal Frame Horsepower Cu [AWG] Cu [AWG] [AWG] [AWG] [AWG] [AWG] .33-.75HP...
  • Page 36 Table 13. Cable and fuse sizes for SmartVFD HVAC2, 380 - 480 V, 3~ Terminal cable size (min/max) Fuse Mains cable Motor cable Main terminal Earth terminal Control terminal Relay terminal Frame Horsepower Cu [AWG] Cu [AWG] [AWG] [AWG] [AWG] [AWG] .5-1HP...
  • Page 37 • Connect the mains, motor and control none of the components of the frequency cables into their respective terminals, see converter is live. Figures “SmartVFD HVAC2 power 2 Place the motor cables sufficiently far from connections, MI1” on page 24 - “Install the other cables: control cables.
  • Page 38 Branch circuit protection “SmartVFD HVAC2 power connections, provided by fuses only. MI1” on page 24, “SmartVFD HVAC2 power connections, MI2 - MI3” on Motor overload protection provided at 110% of page 24 and “Install the control cables.
  • Page 39 Cable and motor insulation verter and from the mains. Measure the insulation resistance of the mains cable checks between each phase conductor as well as between each phase conductor and the pro- These checks can be performed as follows if tective ground conductor.
  • Page 40: Commissioning And Start-Up Wizard

    COMMISSIONING AND Read carefully the safety instructions in “Safety” on page 3 and follow them. START-UP WIZARD After the installation, make sure that: both the frequency converter and the motor Before commissioning, read are grounded. the mains and motor cables comply with the the warnings and instructions requirements given in “Cable and fuse listed in “Safety”...
  • Page 41 without motor Set the parameters of group 1 according to Perform test run . Perform either the requirements of your application. At least Test A or Test B: the following parameters should be set: Control from the I / O terminals: motor nominal speed (“Quick setup Turn the Start/Stop switch to ON position.
  • Page 42 Startup Wizard Run the no-load tests without the motor being connected to the process, if possible. If Honeywell HVAC2 runs the startup wizard at this is impossible, secure the safety of each initial power-up and whenever the drive is reset to test prior to running it.
  • Page 43: Fault Tracing

    P3.2 Max. Frequency FT 2 P16.1 Active Fire Mode Parameter Group P18.1 Fire Mode Password Fault code (02 = overvoltage) The active fault can be reset by pressing BACK / P18.2 Fire Mode Frequency Select RESET button when the API is in active fault P18.3 Fire Mode Frequency Preset menu level (FT XX), or pressing BACK / RESET button with long time (>...
  • Page 44 Table 15. Fault codes Fault code Fault name Possible cause Correcting actions Overcurrent Frequency converter has detected too Check loading. high a current (>4*I ) in the motor cable: Check motor size. Check cables. sudden heavy load increase short circuit in motor cables unsuitable motor Overvoltage The DC-link voltage has exceeded the...
  • Page 45 Table 15. Fault codes Fault code Fault name Possible cause Correcting actions Under voltage The DC-link voltage has gone below the In case of temporary supply internal safety limit: voltage break reset the fault and most probable cause: supply voltage is restart the frequency converter.
  • Page 46 Table 15. Fault codes Fault code Fault name Possible cause Correcting actions Motor stalled Motor stall protection has tripped. Check that the motor is able to rotate freely. Motor over Motor overheating has been detected by Decrease the motor load. temperature frequency converter motor temperature If no motor overload exists,...
  • Page 47 Table 15. Fault codes Fault code Fault name Possible cause Correcting actions Thermistor fault The thermistor input of option board Check motor cooling and has detected increase of the motor loading. Check thermistor temperature. connection (If thermistor input of the option board is not in use it has to be short circuited).
  • Page 48 Slot fault The connection between optional board Check board and slot. and API has been broken. Contact the nearest Honeywell distributor. Wrong run fault Run forward and backward are high at Check I/O control signal 1 and (FWD/REV conflict) the same time.
  • Page 49 Table 16. Fault subcodes from power Table 17. Fault Subcodes from control API F08 SubCode Fault SubCode Fault Watchdog reset MPI CRC SW stack overflow MPI2 CRC HW stack overflow HMI receive buffer overflow Misalignment MODBUS receive buffer overflow Illegal op Power source cannot be recognized PLL lost lock / Low CPU voltage (triggered as alarm)
  • Page 50 Table 17. Fault Subcodes from control API Table 18. Fault subcodes SubCode Fault SubCode Fault Frequency detective timer overflow DA_PA, Restore parameter CRC error PC control time out error Reserved. Device Property data format tree too deep exceed 3 DA_PER_CN, Persist data counter error Task stack overflow DA_PER_PD, Persist data restore...
  • Page 51: Smartvfd Hvac2 Application Interface

    SmartVFD HVAC2 drive: HVAC2 RS-485 Interface This section provides you with a description of the I / O-signals for SmartVFD HVAC2 and instructions for using the SmartVFD HVAC2 general purpose application. The frequency reference can be selected from Preset Speed 0, Keypad, Fieldbus, AI1, AI2, AI1+AI2, PID, Motor potentiometer.
  • Page 52 BASIC PROPERTIES: • Adjustable switching frequency • Digital inputs DI1…DI6 are freely • Autoreset function after fault programmable. The user can assign a single • Protections and supervisions (all fully programmable; off, alarm, fault): input to many functions. • Digital-, relay- and analogue outputs are freely •...
  • Page 53 Control I / O Table 21. SmartVFD HVAC2 General purpose application default I / O config- uration and connections for control board P) = Programmable function, see parameter lists and descriptions, “STANDARD application parameters” on page 72 and “Parameter descriptions” on page 124.
  • Page 54 Table 22. DI Sink Type, remove jumper J500 and connect the wire using table 6.3 Terminal Signal Factory preset Description 3 GND I / O signal ground 6 24 Vout 24 V output for DI's ±20%, max. load 50 mA 7 DI_C Digital Input Digital Input Common for DI1-DI6...
  • Page 55: Control Panel

    (numbers 1…14 in the figure below). The arrowheads are grouped in 3 groups with the +10VAI1 GND 24V DI-C DI1 DI2 DI3 following meanings and English overlay texts (see Figure “SmartVFD HVAC2 Control panel” on page 56): 31-00108—07...
  • Page 56 STOP START Fieldbus is the selected control place (BUS) Group 11 - 14; Navigation main menu Reference main menu (REF) MCR36494 Monitoring main menu (MON) Parameter main menu (PAR) Fig. 37. SmartVFD HVAC2 Control panel System main menu (SYS) 31-00108—07...
  • Page 57 The keypad section of the control panel consists when Par. 2.7 (Keypad stop button) is 1. If Par. 2.7 of 9 buttons (see Figure “SmartVFD HVAC2 is 0, the drive stops by keypad STOP button only Control panel” on page 56). The buttons and their when control place is keypad.
  • Page 58 Table 23. Keypad Function Symbol Button Name Function Description Start Motor START from the panel START STOP Motor STOP from the panel STOP Used for confirmation.Enter edit mode for parameter. Alternate in display between the parameter value and parameter code. Reference frequency value adjusting no need to press OK-button to confirm.
  • Page 59 Table 23. Keypad Function Symbol Button Name Function Description Back / Reset Cancels edited parameter Move backwards in menu levels Reset fault indication Up and Down Select root parameter number on root-parameter list, Up decrease / Down increase parameter number, Up increase / Down decrease parameter value change.
  • Page 60: Navigation On The Smartvfd Hvac2 Control Panel

    NAVIGATION ON THE Main menu SMARTVFD HVAC2 The menu structure of SmartVFD HVAC2 control software consists of a main menu and several CONTROL PANEL submenus. Navigation in the main menu is shown below: This chapter provides you with information on navigating the menus on SmartVFD HVAC2 and editing the values of the parameters.
  • Page 61 B U S B U S F W D F W D R E V R E V K E YP A D K E YP A D BU S BU S Fig. 38. The main menu of SmartVFD HVAC2...
  • Page 62 Reference menu Move to the reference menu with the UP / DOWN button (see Figure “The main menu of SmartVFD HVAC2” on page 61). The reference value can be RE ADY R U N S T OP ALAR M FAULT changed with UP / DOWN button as shown in RE F Figure “Reference menu display”...
  • Page 63 Monitoring menu Monitoring values are actual values of measured signals as well as status of some control settings. It is visible in SmartVFD HVAC2 display, but it can RE ADY RU N S TO P ALARM FAULT RE ADY RU N...
  • Page 64 Table 24. Monitoring values Code Monitoring signal Unit Description V1.1 Output frequency Output frequency to motor V1.2 Frequency reference Frequency reference to motor control V1.3 Motor speed rpm 2 Calculated motor speed V1.4 Motor current Measured motor current V1.5 Motor torque Calculated actual / nominal torque of the motor V1.6 Motor shaft power...
  • Page 65 Table 24. Monitoring values Code Monitoring signal Unit Description V2.6 RO1, RO2, DO Relay / digital output status V2.11 Analog input E1 Analogue input signal 1 in % from option board, hidden until an option board is connected V2.12 Analog output E1 Analogue output signal 1 in % from option board, hidden until an option board is connected V2.13 Analog output E2...
  • Page 66 Table 24. Monitoring values Code Monitoring signal Unit Description V2.19 Temperature input 2 Measured value of Temperature input 2 in temperature unit (Celsius or Kelvins) by parameter setting, hidden until an option board is connected V2.20 Temperature input 3 Measured value of Temperature input 3 in temperature unit (Celsius or Kelvins) by parameter setting, hidden until an option board is connected V3.1...
  • Page 67 Table 24. Monitoring values Code Monitoring signal Unit Description B0 = DI1 V3.3 DIN status word B1 = DI2 B2 = DI3 B3 = DI4 B4 = DI5 B5 = DI6 B6 = DIE1 B7 = DIE2 B8 = DIE3 B9 = DIE4 B10 = DIE5 B11 = DIE6...
  • Page 68 Table 24. Monitoring values Code Monitoring signal Unit Description V4.5 Process Scaled process variable see “P14.18” on page 111 V5.1 Fire mode status 1597 = Disabled = Enabled = Activated (Enabled + DI Open) = Test Mode V5.2 Fire mode counter 1679 Fire mode counter tells how many times fire mode has been activated.
  • Page 69 Left / Right button is available inside Parameter RE AD Y R U N S TO P A L AR M FA ULT RE AD Y R U N S TO P A L AR M FA ULT R E F menu.
  • Page 70: System Menu

    System menu READY RU N STOP ALARM FAULT READY RU N STOP ALARM FAULT SYS menu including fault submenu, field bus submenu and system parameter submenu, and the display and operation of the system R EV I/O K EYPAD R EV I/O K EYPAD parameter submenu is similar to PAR menu or MON menu.In system parameter submenu, there...
  • Page 71 pressing BACK / RESET button with long time (>2 minute values at the fault instant are shown in s), when the API is in active fault submenu level the value menu (operating hours = displayed (F5.x). If the fault cannot be reset, the blinking reading).
  • Page 72: Standard Application Parameters

    STANDARD APPLICATION PARAMETERS On the next pages you can find the lists of parameters within the respective parameter groups. The parameter descriptions are given in “Parameter descriptions” on page 124. Explanations: Code: Location indication on the keypad; Shows the operator the present Monitoring value number or Parameter number Parameter: Name of monitoring value or parameter...
  • Page 73 Quick setup parameters (Virtual menu, shows when par. 16.2 = 1) Table 25. Quick setup parameters. Code Parameter Unit Default Note P1.1 Motor nominal Varies voltage P1.2 Motor nominal 30,00 320,00 50,00 frequency /60,00 P1.3 Motor nominal 20000 1440 speed /1720 P1.4 Motor nominal...
  • Page 74 Table 25. Quick setup parameters. (Continued) Code Parameter Unit Default Note P2.1 Remote control place 1 selection P2.2 Start function P2.3 Stop function P3.1 Min frequency 0,00 P3.2 0,00 P3.2 Max frequency P3.1 320,00 50,00 /60,00 P3.3 Remote control Varies place 1 frequency reference...
  • Page 75 Table 25. Quick setup parameters. (Continued) Code Parameter Unit Default Note P6.1 AI1 range P6.5 AI2 range (see the P6.1) P10.1 Prohibit 0,00 P3.2 0,00 frequency range 1 low limit P10.2 Prohibit 0,00 P3.2 0,00 frequency range 1 high limit P13.1 Automatic reset P14.1...
  • Page 76 Table 25. Quick setup parameters. (Continued) Code Parameter Unit Default Note P14.3 Fixed setpoint 2 0,0 100,0 50,0 Alternative fixed setpoint, selectable with DI P14.4 Feedback source Varies = AI1 selection = AI2 = ProcessDataIn1(0-100%) = ProcessDataIn2(0-100%) = ProcessDataIn3(0-100%) = ProcessDataIn4(0-100%) = AI2-AI1 = AIE1 = Temperature input 1...
  • Page 77 Table 25. Quick setup parameters. (Continued) Code Parameter Unit Default Note P14.14 Sleep setpoint 50,0 10,0 1071 Referred to setpoint boost P14.15 Setpoint boost 1072 Boost time after P14.12 time P16.2 Parameter Hides all parameters not in quick conceal start = All parameters visible = Only quick setup parameter group visible...
  • Page 78 Table 25. Quick setup parameters. (Continued) Code Parameter Unit Default Note P18.3 Fire mode P3.1 P3.2 8.00 1598 Fire mode frequency preset NOTE! frequency preset This parameter will be locked when fire mode is active. To change the parameter you have to disable fire mode.
  • Page 79 Table 25. Quick setup parameters. (Continued) Code Parameter Unit Default Note P18.6 Fire mode Varies 1618 Reverse command of rotation reverse direction while running in fire mode. This DI has no effect in normal operation. As parameter 5.1 NOTE! This parameter will be locked when fire mode is active.
  • Page 80 Motor settings (Control panel: Menu PAR -> P1) Table 26. Motor settings. Code Parameter Unit Default Note P1.1 Motor nominal Varies voltage P1.2 Motor nominal 30,00 320,00 50,00 frequency /60,00 P1.3 Motor nominal 20000 rpm 1440 speed /1720 P1.4 Motor nominal 0,2 x 2,0 x Nunit...
  • Page 81 Table 26. Motor settings. (Continued) Code Parameter Unit Default Note P1.10 Field weakening 8,00 320,00 50,00 point /60,00 P1.11 Field weakening 10,00 200,00 100,00 point voltage P1.12 U / f mid point 0,00 P1.10 50,00 frequency /60,00 P1.13 U / f mid point 0,00 P1.11 100,00...
  • Page 82 Table 26. Motor settings. (Continued) Code Parameter Unit Default Note P1.18 Rs voltage drop 0,00 100,00 0,00 Voltage drop over motor windings as % of Un at nominal current. This parameter is adjusted automatically when Identification run is performed. P1.19 Overvoltage = Disabled controller = Enabled: default mode...
  • Page 83 Table 26. Motor settings. (Continued) Code Parameter Unit Default Note Bit 1 P1.22 Modulator type 65535 28928 = Discontinuous feature not used, modulation Bit 2 leave at default = Pulse dropping in over modulation Bit 6 = Under modulation Bit 8 = Instantaneous DC voltage compensation Bit 11...
  • Page 84 Table 26. Motor settings. (Continued) Code Parameter Unit Default Note P1.24 I/f start enable The I/f Start function is typically used with permanent magnet motors (PM) to start the motor with constant current control. This is useful with high power motors in which the resistance is low and the tuning of the U/f curve difficult.
  • Page 85 Table 26. Motor settings. (Continued) Code Parameter Unit Default Note P1.27 Voltage limiter 1079 Voltage limiter function enable addresses problem with very high DC-link voltage ripple with 1-phase drives when fully loaded. Very high ripple in DC link voltage will transform to high current and torque ripple, which can disturb some users.
  • Page 86 Start / stop setup (Control panel: Menu PAR -> P2) Table 27. Start / stop setup. Code Parameter Min Max Unit Default Note = I / O terminals P2.1 Remote Control Place 1 Selection = Fieldbus = Keypad P2.2 Start function = Ramping = Flying start = Coasting...
  • Page 87 Table 27. Start / stop setup. Code Parameter Min Max Unit Default Note P2.6 Keypad control = Forward = Backward direction P2.7 Keypad stop button = Keypad control only = Always P2.8 Remote Control Place 2 = I / O terminals Selection = Fieldbus = Keypad...
  • Page 88 Frequency references (Control panel: Menu PAR -> P3) Table 28. Frequency references. Code Parameter Unit Default Note P3.1 Min frequency 0,00 P3.2 0,00 P3.2 Max frequency P3.1 320,00 Hz 50,00 /60,00 P3.3 Remote Control Place Varies = Preset speed 0 1 frequency reference = Keypad selection...
  • Page 89 Table 28. Frequency references. Code Parameter Unit Default Note P3.9 Preset speed 5 P3.1 P3.2 30,00 P3.10 Preset speed 6 P3.1 P3.2 40,00 P3.11 Preset speed 7 P3.1 P3.2 50,00 P3.12 Remote Control Place Varies 131 As parameter P3.3 2 frequency reference selection P3.13 Motor Hz/s 5...
  • Page 90 Ramps and brakes setup (Control panel: Menu PAR -> P4) Table 29. Ramps and brakes setup. Code Parameter Unit Default Note P4.1 Ramp S-shape 1 10,0 P4.2 Acceleration time 1 3000,0 P4.3 Deceleration time 1 3000,0 P4.4 Ramp S-shape 2 10,0 P4.5 Acceleration time 2...
  • Page 91 Table 29. Ramps and brakes setup. Code Parameter Unit Default Note P4.15 External Brake: Open Delay 0,00 320,00 0,20 1544 P4.16 External Brake: Open 0,00 P3.2 1,50 1535 Frequency limit P4.17 External Brake : Close 0,00 P3.2 1,00 1539 Frequency limit P4.18 External Brake : Close 0,00 P3.2...
  • Page 92 Digital inputs (Control panel: Menu PAR -> P5) Table 30. Digital inputs. Code Parameter Min Max Unit Default Note P5.1 I / O control signal 1 Varies = Not used = DI1 = DI2 = DI3 = DI4 = DI5 = DI6 = DIE1 = DIE2...
  • Page 93 Table 30. Digital inputs. (Continued) Code Parameter Min Max Unit Default Note P5.9 Preset speed B1 Varies P5.10 Preset speed B2 Varies P5.11 Ramp time 2 selection Varies P5.12 Motor potentiometer up Varies P5.13 Motor potentiometer down 0 Varies P5.14 Remote control place 2 Varies P5.15 Remote control plece freq Varies...
  • Page 94 Analogue inputs (Control panel: Menu PAR -> P6) Table 31. Analogue inputs. Code Parameter Unit Default ID Note P6.1 AI1 range 379 0 = 0 - 100% 1 = 20% - 100% P6.2 AI1 Custom min -100,00 100,00 % 0,00 P6.3 AI1 Custom max -100,00 300,00 %...
  • Page 95 Digital outputs (Control panel: Menu PAR -> P7) Table 32. Digital outputs. Code Parameter Unit Default Selections P7.1 RO1 signal selection Varies = Not used = Ready = Run = Fault = Fault Inverted = Warning = Reversed = At Speed = Motor regulator active = FB Control Word.B13 = FB Control Word.B14...
  • Page 96 Table 32. Digital outputs. (Continued) Code Parameter Unit Default Selections P7.3 DO1 signal selcetion Varies As parameter 7.1 P7.4 RO2 inversion 1588 = No inversion 1 = Inverted P7.5 RO2 ON delay 0,00 320,00 s 0,00 P7.6 RO2 OFF delay 0,00 320,00 s 0,00 P7.7...
  • Page 97 Analogue outputs (Control panel: Menu PAR -> P8) Table 33. Analogue outputs. Code Parameter Unit Default ID Selections P8.1 Analog output signal = Not used selection = Output freq. (0-f = Output current (0-I nMotor = Motor torque (0-T nMotor = PID output (0 - 100%) = Freq.
  • Page 98 Table 33. Analogue outputs. (Continued) Code Parameter Unit Default ID Selections P8.2 Analog output 310 0 = 0 mA minimum 1 = 4 mA P8.3 Analog output scaling 0,0 1000,0 % 100,0 P8.4 Analog output filter 0,00 10,00 0,10 time P8.5 Analog output E1 472 As parameter P8.1, hidden until an...
  • Page 99 Fieldbus Data-Mapping (Control panel: Menu PAR -> P9) Table 34. Fieldbus Data-Mapping. Code Parameter Min Max Unit Default Note = Frequency reference P9.1 FB Data Output 1 Varies selection = Output reference = Motor speed = Motor current = Motor voltage = Motor torque = Motor power = DC link voltage...
  • Page 100 Table 34. Fieldbus Data-Mapping. Code Parameter Min Max Unit Default Note P9.5 FB Data Output 5 Varies selection P9.6 FB Data Output 6 Varies selection P9.7 FB Data Output 7 Varies selection P9.8 FB Data Output 8 Varies selection = Not used P9.9 Aux CW Data In 1167 0 selection...
  • Page 101 Prohibited Frequencies (Control panel: Menu PAR -> P10) Table 35. Prohibited Frequencies. Code Parameter Min Max Unit Default ID Note P10.1 Prohibit Frequency Range 1 Low Limit 0,00 P3.2 Hz 0,00 P10.2 Prohibit Frequency Range 1 High Limit 0,00 P3.2 Hz 0,00 P10.3 Prohibit Frequency Range 2 Low Limit 0,00 P3.2 Hz...
  • Page 102 Limit Supervisions (Control panel: Menu PAR -> P11) Table 36. Limit Supervisions. Code Parameter Unit Default Note = Not used P11.1 Output freq. supervision function = Low limit = High limit P11.2 Output freq. 0,00 P3.2 0,00 supervision limit = Not used P11.3 Torque supervision function...
  • Page 103 Table 36. Limit Supervisions. Code Parameter Unit Default Note P11.9 AI superv OFF level 0,00 100,00 40,00 P11.10 Temperature 1431 Binary-coded supervision input selection of signals to use for temperature supervision B0 = Temperature input 1 B1 = Temperature input 2 B2 = Temperature input 3 NOTE! Hidden until...
  • Page 104 Protections (Control panel: Menu PAR -> P12) Table 37. Protections. Code Parameter Unit Default Note = No action P12.1 Analog Input low fault = Alarm = Alarm, preset alarm frequency = Fault: Stop function = Fault: Coast 1 = No response (no fault P12.2 Under voltage fault generated but drive still stops...
  • Page 105 Table 37. Protections. (Continued) Code Parameter Unit Default Note P12.8 Mtp:Ambient °C temperature P12.9 Mtp:Zero speed 150,0 40,0 cooling P12.10 Mtp:Thermal time min Varies constant P12.11 Stall Current 0,00 2,0 x I Nunit Nunit P12.12 Stall time 0,00 300,00 15,00 P12.13 Stall frequency 0,10 320,00...
  • Page 106 Table 37. Protections. (Continued) Code Parameter Unit Default Note = Edit enabled P12.21 Parameters edit lock 0 = Edit disabled P12.22 Thermistor Fault Hidden until option board supporting thermistor is connected: = No action = Alarm = Fault: Stop function = Fault: Coast P12.23 FWD/REV conflict 1463...
  • Page 107 Table 37. Protections. (Continued) Code Parameter Unit Default Note P12.26 Temperature fault = Not used mode = Low limit = High limit P12.27 Temperature fault -50.0C/ 200,0/ 100,0 Temperature fault threshold, limit 273.2K" 473,2 hidden until an HVFDOPTTMP board is connected/ = No action P12.28 Input phase fault...
  • Page 108 Fault autoreset parameters (Control panel: Menu PAR -> P13) Table 38. Fault autoreset parameters Code Parameter Unit Default Note P13.1 Automatic Reset = Disabled = Enable P13.2 Wait time 0,10 10,00 s 0,50 P13.3 Trial time 0,00 60,00 s 30,00 P13.4 Trials number P13.5...
  • Page 109 PID control parameters (Control panel: Menu PAR -> P14) Table 39. PID control parameters. Code Parameter Unit Default Note P14.1 Setpoint source Varies = Fixed setpoint % selection = AI1 = AI2 = ProcessDataIn1 (0 -100%) = ProcessDataIn2 (0 -100%) = ProcessDataIn3 (0 -100%) = ProcessDataIn4...
  • Page 110 Table 39. PID control parameters. (Continued) Code Parameter Unit Default Note P14.4 Feedback source Varies = AI1 selection = AI2 = ProcessDataIn1 (0 -100%) = ProcessDataIn2 (0 -100%) = ProcessDataIn3 (0 -100%) = ProcessDataIn4 (0 -100%) = AI2-AI1 = AIE1 = Temperature input 1 = Temperature input 2 = Temperature input 3...
  • Page 111 Table 39. PID control parameters. (Continued) Code Parameter Unit Default Note P14.10 Error inversion 0 = Direct 1 = Inverted P14.11 Sleep minimum 0,00 P3.2 25,00 1016 Threshold for enter sleep frequency P14.12 Sleep delay 3600 1017 Delay for enter sleep P14.13 Wake up error 100,0...
  • Page 112 Table 39. PID control parameters. (Continued) Code Parameter Unit Default Note P14.19 Process unit 1035 Decimals on display decimal digits P14.20 Process unit P14.21 1033 Process min value minimum value P14.21 Process unit P14.20 3200,0 100,0 1034 Process max value maximum value P14.22 Temperature min...
  • Page 113 Motor Pre-heat (Control panel: Menu PAR -> P15) Table 40. Motor Pre-heat. Index Variable name Unit Default Notes P15.1 PreHeat function 3-4 * 1225 0: not used 1: always in stop state 2: controlled by digital input 3: heatsink temperature limit 4: external temperature limit P15.2 PreHeat current...
  • Page 114 Table 40. Motor Pre-heat. Index Variable name Unit Default Notes P15.4** External 1621 Selection of external temperature temperature selection 0 None of the temperature inputs are selected 1 Temperature input 1 selected 2 Temperature input 2 selected 3 Temperature input 1 and 2 selected 4 Temperature input 3 selected...
  • Page 115 Easy usage menu (Control panel: Menu PAR -> P16) Table 41. Easy usage menu parameters. Code Parameter Min Max Unit Default Note P16.1 Active fire mode Disable fire mode parameter parameter group group wizard Enable fire mode parameter group wizard NOTE! Visible only when Startup wizard is active.
  • Page 116 Fire mode (Control panel: Menu PAR -> P18) Drive ignores all commands from keypad, NOTE: THE WARRANTY IS VOID IF THIS FUNC- fieldbus and PC tool and preset frequency when TION IS ACTIVATED! There is also a dif- activated. If activated, alarm sign is shown on the ferent password for test mode to be used keypad and warranty is void.
  • Page 117 Table 42. Fire mode. Code Parameter Min Max Unit Default Note 1234 P18.1 Fire mode 9999 1599 = Test mode 1001 password = Enable 1515 = Disable P18.2 Fire mode Varies 1617 = Fire mode preset frequency = Preset speed 0 select = Keypad = Fieldbus...
  • Page 118 Table 42. Fire mode. (Continued) Code Parameter Min Max Unit Default Note P18.3 Fire mode P3.1 P3.2 8.00 1598 Fire mode frequency preset NOTE! frequency This parameter will be locked when preset password for fire mode is activated (not in the test mode), and not only when fire mode input is set.
  • Page 119 Table 42. Fire mode. (Continued) Code Parameter Min Max Unit Default Note P18.6 Fire mode Varies 1618 Reverse command of rotation direction while reverse running in fire mode. This DI has no effect in normal operation. As parameter 5.1 NOTE! This parameter will be locked when password for fire mode is activated (not in the test mode), and not only when fire mode input...
  • Page 120: System Parameters

    System parameters Table 43. System parameters. Code Parameter Min Max Default Note Software information (MENU SYS->V1) V1.1 API SW ID 2314 V1.2 API SW version V1.3 Power SW ID 2315 V1.4 Power SW version V1.5 Application ID V1.6 Application revision V1.7 System load When no HVFDSDOPTTMP Board has been installed, the Modbus comm.
  • Page 121 Table 43. System parameters. (Continued) Code Parameter Min Max Default Note P2.4 Baud rate 0 = 300 1 = 600 2 = 1200 3 = 2400 4 = 4800 5 = 9600 6 = 19200 7 = 38400 8 = 57600 P2.6 Parity type 0 = None 1 = Even...
  • Page 122 Table 43. System parameters. (Continued) Code Parameter Min Max Default Note When HVFDSDOPTTMP board has been installed, the comm. Parameters are as follows P2.1 Sensor 1 type 14072 0 = No Sensor 1 = PT100 2 = PT1000 3 = Ni1000 4 = KTY84 5 = 2 x PT100 6 = 3 x PT100...
  • Page 123 Table 43. System parameters. (Continued) Code Parameter Min Max Default Note V3.2 Power on days V3.3 Power on hours V3.4 Run counter: Days V3.5 Run counter: Hours V3.6 Fault counter V3.7 Panel parameter set Hidden when connect with PC. status monitor P4.2 Restore factory defaults 0 = Restores factory defaults for all parameters...
  • Page 124: Parameter Descriptions

    PARAMETER DESCRIPTIONS On the next pages you can find the descriptions Motor control mode of certain parameters. The descriptions have been With this parameter the user can select the motor arranged according to parameter group and control mode. The selections are: number.
  • Page 125 U / f ratio duces less torque, power losses and elec- tromechanical noise. Squared U / f ratio There are three selections for this parameter: can be used in applications where torque demand of the load is proportional to the 0 = Linear: square of the speed, e.g.
  • Page 126 U [V ] U[V] P a r. 1 .11 D efault: N om ina l F ield w eakening Pa r. 1.11 voltage of the m otor point Default: Nominal Field weakening voltage of the motor point P a r. 1.1 3 Linear D efault: N om ina l frequen cy of the...
  • Page 127 Figures “Linear and squared change of motor Zero frequency voltage voltage” on page 126 and “Programmable U / f This parameter defines the zero frequency curve” on page 126. voltage of the curve. See Figures “Linear and squared change of motor voltage” on page 126 When the parameters 1.1 and 1.2 (nominal and “Programmable U / f curve”...
  • Page 128 It will also converter unit. result in a better slip compensation in speed control (more accurate RPM). Switching frequency for SmartVFD HVAC2: 1.5…16 kHz. The parameters below will change after ID run successfully, Motor identification a.
  • Page 129 Overvoltage controller When a value other than 0 is selected also the Closed Loop overvoltage controller becomes 0 = Disabled active (in Multi-Purpose Control application). 1 = Enabled, Standard mode (Minor NOTE: Over-/undervoltage trips may occur adjustments of OP frequency are made) when controllers are switched out of operation.
  • Page 130 link voltage will transform to high current and torque ripple, which can disturb some users. Voltage limiter function limits maximum output Output Frequency voltage to bottom of DC-voltage ripple. This I/f Start Current reduces current and torque ripple, but decreases maximum output power since voltage is limited and more current is needed.
  • Page 131 The user can select two start functions for set reference value according to the set SmartVFD HVAC2 with this parameter: acceleration/deceleration parameters. 0 = Ramp start Use this mode if the motor is coasting when the start command is given.
  • Page 132 Stop function The selections including the text 'edge' shall be used to exclude the possibility of an unintentional Two stop functions can be selected in this start when, for example, power is connected, re- application: connected after a power failure, after a fault reset, after the drive is stopped by Run Enable (Run 0 = Coasting Enable = False) or when the control place is...
  • Page 133 Output frequerty frequerty 0 Hz frequerty Run enable Ctrl signal 1 Ctrl signal 2 Keypad start button Keypad stop button Fig. 46. Start/Stop logic, selection 0 31-00108—07...
  • Page 134 Table 45. Explanations Control signal (CS) 1 actives causing the Run enable signal is set to FALSE, which drops output frequency to rise. The motor runs the frequency to 0.The run enable signal is forward. configured with par. 5.7. If start forward signal [CS1] and start Run enable signal is set to TRUE, which causes reverse signal [CS2] are active the frequency to rise towards the set frequency...
  • Page 135 Table 46. Selection number Selection name Note CS1:Forward(edge) CS2:Inverted stop Output frequerty frequerty 0 Hz frequerty Run enable Ctrl signal 1 Ctrl signal 2 Keypad stop button Fig. 47. Start/Stop logic, selection 1 31-00108—07...
  • Page 136 Table 47. Explanations Control signal (CS) 1 actives causing the CS1 activates and the motor accelerates output frequency to rise. The motor runs (FWD) towards the set frequency because the forward. Run enable signal has been set to TRUE. CS2 inactivates causing the frequency to Keypad stop button is pressed and the drop to 0.
  • Page 137 Table 48. Selection number Selection name Note CS1:Forward(edge) Shall be used to exclude the possibility of an unintentional start. The Start / Stop CS2:Backward(edge) contact must be opened before the motor can be restarted. Output frequerty frequerty 0 Hz frequerty Run enable Ctrl signal 1 Ctrl signal 2...
  • Page 138 Table 49. Explanations: Control signal (CS) 1 actives causing the Run enable signal is set to FALSE, which output frequency to rise. The motor runs drops the frequency to 0.The run enable forward. signal is configured with par. 5.7. If start forward signal [CS1] and start CS1 activates and the motor accelerates reverse signal [CS2] are active (FWD) towards the set frequency...
  • Page 139 Table 50. Selection number Selection name Note CS1:Start CS2:Reverse Output frequerty frequerty 0 Hz frequerty Run enable Ctrl signal 1 Ctrl signal 2 Keypad start button Keypad stop button Fig. 49. Start/Stop logic, selection 3 31-00108—07...
  • Page 140 Table 51. Table 51. Explanations: Explanations: 3 CS2 is inactivated 9 Keypad stop button is 1 Control signal (CS) 1 7 Run enable signal is which causes the pressed and the actives causing the set to FALSE, which direction to start frequency fed to the output frequency to drops the frequency...
  • Page 141 Table 52. Selection number Selection name Note CS1:Start(edge) Shall be used to exclude the possibility of an unintentional start. The Start / Stop contact CS2:Reverse must be opened before the motor can be restarted. Output frequerty frequerty 0 Hz frequerty Run enable Ctrl signal 1 Ctrl signal 2...
  • Page 142 Table 53. Explanations: Control signal (CS) 1 actives causing the Run enable signal is set to FALSE, which output frequency to rise. The motor runs drops the frequency to 0.The run enable forward because CS2 is inactive.. signal is configured with par. 5.7. CS2 activates which causes the direction to Before a successful start can take place, CS1 start changing (FWD to REV).
  • Page 143 It defines the selected frequency reference source The priority order of selecting control place is when the drive is remote control. A second reference source is programmable in par. 3.12. 1. PC control from Honeywell live operation Preset speed 0 window Keypad reference 2.
  • Page 144 Preset speeds 1 - 7 can be used to determine Motor potentiometer ramp frequency references that are applied when appropriate combinations of digital inputs are Motor potentiometer reset activated. Preset speeds can be activated from digital inputs despite of the active control place. P3.13 is the speed variation ramp when motor potentiometer reference is increased or Parameter values are automatically limited...
  • Page 145 Frequency Reference y/x = Motor potentiometer ramp time Motor potentiometer up Motor potentiometer down Fig. 51. The change of motor potentiometers reference 31-00108—07...
  • Page 146 Ramps & brakes setup (Control panel: Menu PAR -> P4) Ramp S-shape The start and end of the acceleration and Setting value 0.1…10 seconds for this parameter deceleration ramp can be smoothed with this produces an S-shaped acceleration/deceleration. parameter. Setting value 0 gives a linear ramp The acceleration and deceleration times are shape which causes acceleration and determined with parameters 4.2 and 4.3.
  • Page 147 Acceleration time 1 Flux braking Deceleration time 1 Instead of DC braking, flux braking is a useful form of braking with motors of max. 15 kW. Ramp S-shape 2 Acceleration time 2 When braking is needed, the frequency is reduced and the flux in the motor is increased, which in Deceleration time 2 turn increases the motor's capability to brake.
  • Page 148 Stop DC current time braking time. When the frequency is 10% of the nominal, the braking time is 10% of the set value Determines if braking is ON or OFF and the of parameter 4.10. braking time of the DC-brake when the motor is stopping.
  • Page 149 Start DC current time f out DC-brake is activated when the start command is Motor speed given. This parameter de fines the time for how Output frequency long DC current is fed to motor before acceleration starts. After the brake is released, the output frequency increases according to the set DC-braking start function by par.
  • Page 150 External brake: Open delay Opening brake conditions: There are three different conditions for opening External brake: Open frequency the brake, all must be true, if used. limit 1. The Open frequency limit (P4.16) must be reached. External brake: Close frequency 2.
  • Page 151 There are 2 conditions for closing the brake again. Output Frequency It’s enough that one is true for the brake to close. Actual 1. If there is no run command active and out- Reference put frequency goes below Close frequency limit (P4.17) or Close frequency limit in reverse (P4.18), depending on direction of Open Frequency Limit...
  • Page 152 The selections for these parameters are: The motor will run in reverse when the rising edge of P5.3 is happened. Not used Ramp time 2 selection Contact open: Acceleration / Deceleration time 1 and Ramp S-shape selected Contact closed: Acceleration / Deceleration time 2 and Ramp S-shape2 selected Set Acceleration / Deceleration time with parameters 4.2 and 4.3 and the alternative...
  • Page 153 Analogue inputs (Control Long filtering time makes the regulation response slower. See Figure “AI1 and AI2 signal panel: Menu PAR -> P6) filtering” on page 153. AI1 Custom maximum Unfiltered signal AI1 filter time 100% AI2 Custom minimum AI2 Custom maximum Filtered signal These parameters set the analogue input signal for any input signal span from minimum to...
  • Page 154 Digital outputs (Control panel: Table 55. Output signals via RO1, RO2 and DO1 Menu PAR -> P7) Setting Signal content At speed The output frequency has reached the set reference. RO1 signal selection Motor regulator Each of Motor regulator is RO2 signal selcetion active active (e.g., over current...
  • Page 155 Table 55. Output signals via RO1, RO2 and DO1 Setting Signal content = Unit Unit temperature is over / temperature under the limits, set with superv. parameters P11.5 and P11.6. 15 = Analogue Analogue inputs set with input superv. parameter P11.7 is over / under the limits, set in P11.8 and P11.9.
  • Page 156 Analogue outputs (Control 13 = Process Data In4 (0 - 10000) panel: Menu PAR -> P8) 14 = Test 100% Analog output minimum Analog output signal selection 0 V / 0 mA Not used 2 V / 4 mA Output frequency (0 - f Fieldbus Data-Mapping (Control panel: Menu Output current (0 - I nMotor...
  • Page 157 FB data out 1 selection Aux cw data in selection Parameter couples read only variables to output Parameter defines the input process data coupled process data 1. to Aux Control Word. Frequency reference Not used Output reference PDI1 Motor speed PDI2 Motor current PDI3...
  • Page 158 Prohibited Frequencies (Control frequency reference sent to the motor control will be kept out of these ranges according to the panel: Menu PAR -> P10) example below, where one range is in use. Prohibit frequency range 1: Low Actual Reference limit Prohibit frequency range 1: High limit...
  • Page 159 Protections (Control Under load protection panel:Menu Par->P12) No action Alarm Stall protection Fault, stop function No action Fault, coast “Stop function” on Alarm page 132 Fault, stop function The purpose of the motor underload protection is to ensure that there is load on the motor when the Fault, coast drive is running.
  • Page 160 parameter motor nominal current and the drive's To rq ue nominal current IL are used to find the scaling ratio for the internal torque value. If other than nominal motor is used with the drive, the U n d e rlo a d cu rv e a t accuracy of the torque calculation decreases.
  • Page 161 Motor thermal protection The motor thermal protection can be adjusted with parameters. The thermal current I specifies No action the load current above which the motor is Alarm overloaded. This current limit is a function of the output frequency. Fault, stop function Fault, coast “Stop function”...
  • Page 162 Mtp:Ambient temperature The corner frequency for the thermal protection is 70% of the motor nominal frequency(P1.2). When the motor ambient temperature must be taken into consideration, it is recommended to set The cooling power can be set between 0 - 150.0% a value for this parameter.
  • Page 163 Mtp:thermal time constant The cooling in stop stage is based on convection and the time constant is increased. This time can be set between 1 and 200 minutes. This is the thermal time constant of the motor. Motor temperature The bigger the frame and/or slower the speed of the motor, the longer the time constants.
  • Page 164 STALL CURRENT NOTE: In order to guarantee desired operation, this limit must be set below the current The current can be set to 0.0…2xI .For a stall Nunit limit. stage to occur, the current must have exceeded this limit. If parameter P1.7 Motor current limit is 100K34.fh11 changed, this parameter is automatically calculated to 90% of the current limit.
  • Page 165 STALL TIME Stall time counter This time can be set between 0.00 and 300.00s. This is the maximum time allowed for a stall Trip area stage. The stall time is counted by an internal Par.12.12 up/down counter. Trip/warning If the stall time counter value goes above this Par.
  • Page 166 UNDERLOAD PROTECTION: FIELD Underload time counter WEAKENING AREA LOAD Trip area The torque limit can be set between 10.0-150.0 % Par .12.16 nMotor Trip/warning This parameter gives the value for the minimum Par .12.6 torque allowed when the output frequency is above the field weakening point.
  • Page 167 Motor temperature memory mode Trial time disabled The Automatic restart function restarts the frequency converter when the faults have constant mode disappeared and the waiting time has elapsed. last value mode The time count starts from the first auto reset. If the number of faults occurring during the trial Automatic reset (Control time exceeds trail number (the value of P13.4),...
  • Page 168 Controller Wait t ime Wait time Wait time pa r.1 4.2 pa r.1 4.2 pa r.1 4.2 feedback (%) Fault trigger par. 14.6 Motor stop signal Restart 1 R estart 2 Motor start signal Supervis ion Trial time par.14.3 par. 14.5 Analogue input Fault active with custom...
  • Page 169 PID controller I-time remains on, but the run request is turned off. When the actual value goes below, or above, the This parameter defines the integration time of the wake-up error depending on the set acting mode PID controller. If this parameter is set to 1,00 the drive will activate the run request again if the second, the controller output is changed by a start command is still on.
  • Page 170 Sleep setpoint boost Process unit source selection Monitor V4.5 can show a process value, Setpoint boost time proportional to a variable measured by the drive. Source variables are: Sleep max loss = PID feedback value (max: 100%) Sleep loss check time = Output frequency (max: fmax) These parameters manage a more complex sleep = Motor speed (max: nmax)
  • Page 171 Process unit max value Heatsink temperature limit Value shown on V4.5 when source variable is at its Considered when P15.1= 3. maximum. Proportionality is kept if source Pre heat current is active when the heatsink overtakes the maximum. temperature is below this value. Application setting (Control External temperature selection panel: Menu PAR->P15)
  • Page 172 OK button causes wizard. return to the main level. Application access password PASSWORD PARAMETERS: SmartVFD HVAC2 API has one password Input the right password could review parameter parameter P4.3 "Password"; group 18. Parameter P4.3 is a 4 digit number. Factory System parameter default will be 0000 = Password disabled;...
  • Page 173 ACTIVATING A PASSWORD: Press OK button --> the cursor of the first digit Navigate to Parameter P4.3; flashes; Press OK button; Repeat insertion of password; Cursor (lowest horizontal segment) of the very left Press OK button --> password is locked; digit flashes;...
  • Page 174 Cursor (lowest horizontal segment) of the very left Select fourth digit by using UP and DOWN key; digit flashes; Press OK button; Select first digit of password by using UP and Current value of parameter to be changed will be DOWN key;...
  • Page 175 Modbus RTU Termination resistor SmartVFD HVAC2 has a built-in Modbus RTU bus The RS-485 bus is terminated with termination interface. The signal level of the interface is in resistors of 120 ohms in both ends. SmartVFD accordance with the RS-485 standard.
  • Page 176 Modbus address area Table 57. Output process data The Modbus interface of SmartVFD HVAC2 uses Modbus the ID numbers of the application parameters as register Name Scale Type addresses. The ID numbers can be found in the 2101 32101, FB Status Word - Binary parameter tables in “STANDARD application...
  • Page 177 Table 57. Output process data Table 58. Input process data Modbus Modbus register Name Scale Type register Name Scale Type 2107 32107, Programmable 2001 32001, FB Control Word - Binary 42107 by P9.4 42001 coded (Default: Motor 2002 32002, FB General Binary voltage) 42002...
  • Page 178 Table 58. Input process data NOTE: - AUX CW is active when configured, even if control place is not the fieldbus Modbus - b0 Run enable is computed in AND with register Name Scale Type a possible Run enable signal from digital 32008, Programmable input.
  • Page 179 Table 59. Status word (output process data) Table 60. General status word (output process data) Description Value = 0 Value = 1 Description B4, W No alarm Alarm active Value = 0 Value = 1 B5, AREF Ramping Speed reference B0, RDY Drive not Drive ready...
  • Page 180 Actual speed (output process data) Table 61. Control word (input process data) This is actual speed of the frequency converter. Description The scaling is -10000...10000. The value is scaled in percentage of the frequency area between set Value = 0 Value = 1 minimum and maximum frequency.
  • Page 181: Technical Data

    Input frequency 45…66 Hz Connection to mains Once per minute or less (normal case) Supply Networks SmartVFD HVAC2 (400 V) cannot be used with corner network grounded networks Short circuit current Maximum short circuit current has to be < 50 kA...
  • Page 182 Table 62. SmartVFD HVAC2 technical data. (Continued) Motor Output voltage 0 - U connection Output current Continuous rated current I at ambient temperature max. +50 ºC (depends on the unit size), overload 1.5 x I 1 min / 10 min...
  • Page 183 Table 62. SmartVFD HVAC2 technical data. (Continued) Control Control method Frequency Control U / f character- Open Loop Sensorless Vector Control istics Switching frequency 1...16 kHz; Factory default 4 kHz Frequency reference Resolution 0.01 Hz Field weakening point 30…320 Hz Acceleration time 0.1…3000 sec...
  • Page 184 Table 62. SmartVFD HVAC2 technical data. (Continued) Ambient Ambient operating 14 °F (-10 °C) (no frost)…+104/122 °F (+40/50 °C) (depends conditions temperature on the unit size): rated loadability I Side by side installation for MI1-3 it is always 104 °F (40 °C);...
  • Page 185 Table 62. SmartVFD HVAC2 technical data. (Continued) Immunity Complies with EN50082-1, -2, EN61800-3 Emissions 230V : Complies with EMC category C2; With an internal RFI filter MI4&5 complies C2 with an optional DC choke and CM choke 400V: Complies with EMC category C2; With an internal RFI filter MI4&5 complies C2 with an optional DC choke and CM choke...
  • Page 186: Part Numbers, Power Ratings, Size, And Weight

    B = 208 V - 240 V C = 380 V - 480 V F = 520 V - 600 V Phases 1 = Single Phase 3 = 3-Phase Product Family HVFD2D = Honeywell SmartVFD HVAC2 MCR36499A Fig. 69. SmartVFD HVAC2 part number options. 31-00108—07...
  • Page 187 Low overload High overload Low overload = 150% starting torque, 2 sec/20 High overload = 200% starting torque, 2 sec/20 sec, 110% overloadability, 1 min/10 min sec, 150% overloadability, 1 min/10 min Following continuous operation at rated output Following continuous operation at rated output current, 110% rated output current (IL) for 1 min, current, 150 % rated output current (IH) for 1 followed by a period of load current less than...
  • Page 188 SmartVFD HVAC2 – Mains voltage 208-240 V Table 63. Mains voltage 208-240 V, 50/60 Hz, 1~ series. Nominal Motor shaft input Rated loadability power current 100% 150% contin. overload Mechanical Weight Part number current I current [A] [HP] [KW] size (lbs) HVFD2D1B0003E2 1.7...
  • Page 189 Table 64. Mains voltage 208 - 240 V, 50/60 Hz, 3~ series. Nominal Motor shaft input Rated loadability power current 150% 100% contin. overload Mechanical Weight Part number current I current [A] [HP] [KW] size (lbs) HVFD2D3B0003 1.7 0.33 0.25 1.21 HVFD2D3B0005 2.4 0.37...
  • Page 190 SmartVFD HVAC2 – Mains voltage 115 V Table 65. Mains voltage 115 V, 50/60 Hz, 1~ series. Motor shaft Nominal input Rated loadability power current 100% 150% contin. overload Mechanical Weight Part number current I current [A] [HP] [KW] size (lbs) HVFD2D1A0003 1.7...
  • Page 191 SmartVFD HVAC2 – Mains voltage 380-480 V Table 66. Mains voltage 380-480 V, 50/60 Hz, 3~ series. Motor shaft Nominal Rated loadability power input current 100% 150% contin. overload Mechanical Weight Part number current I current [A] [HP] [KW] size (lbs) HVFD2D3C0005xx 1.3...
  • Page 192 2.18 NOTE: The input currents are calculated values with 100 kVA line transformer supply. NOTE: The mechanical dimensions of the units are given in “SmartVFD HVAC2 dimensions” on page 12. NOTE: For PM motor, please select the drive power rating according to motor shaft power, not rated current.
  • Page 193: Accessories

    HVFDCDNEMA1FR3/U Nema 1 Kit MI3 HVFDCDNEMA1FR4 Nema 1 Kit MI4 HVFDCDNEMA1FR5 Nema 1 Kit MI5 HVFD2DMOUNTKIT/U SmartVFD HVAC2 door mounting kit HVFDCABLE/U SmartVFD Commissioning Cable and USB Adapter HVFDCDMCA/U Compact Commissioning Device HVFDCDMCAKIT/U Compact Commissioning Kit (Cable, USB Adapter, and Device combined)
  • Page 194 By using this Honeywell literature, you agree that Honeywell will have no liability for any damages arising out of your use or modifica- tion to, the literature. You will defend and indemnify Honeywell, its affiliates and subsidiaries, from and against any liability, cost, or damages, including attorneys’...