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  • Page 3 Fundamental safety ___________________ Distributed converter SINAMICS instructions G110D ___________________ Mechanical Installation ___________________ SINAMICS Electrical Installation ___________________ Check List SINAMICS G110D Distributed converter SINAMICS ___________________ G110D Commissioning ___________________ Factory Reset Getting Started ___________________ Diagnostics Edition 07/2016, Firmware version 3.63 07/2016, FW V3.63 A5E38556288B AA...
  • Page 4 Note the following: WARNING Siemens products may only be used for the applications described in the catalog and in the relevant technical documentation. If products and components from other manufacturers are used, these must be recommended or approved by Siemens. Proper transport, storage, installation, assembly, commissioning, operation and maintenance are required to ensure that the products operate safely and without any problems.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Fundamental safety instructions ......................7 General safety instructions ....................... 7 Safety instructions for electromagnetic fields (EMF) .............. 11 Handling electrostatic sensitive devices (ESD) ..............11 Industrial security ........................12 Residual risks of power drive systems ..................13 Mechanical Installation ..........................
  • Page 6 Table of contents SINAMICS G110D Getting Started, 07/2016, FW V3.63, A5E38556288B AA...
  • Page 7: Fundamental Safety Instructions

    Fundamental safety instructions General safety instructions DANGER Danger to life due to live parts and other energy sources Death or serious injury can result when live parts are touched. • Only work on electrical devices when you are qualified for this job. •...
  • Page 8 Fundamental safety instructions 1.1 General safety instructions WARNING Danger to life when live parts are touched on damaged devices Improper handling of devices can cause damage. For damaged devices, hazardous voltages can be present at the enclosure or at exposed components;...
  • Page 9 Fundamental safety instructions 1.1 General safety instructions WARNING Danger to life due to fire spreading if housing is inadequate Fire and smoke development can cause severe personal injury or material damage. • Install devices without a protective housing in a metal control cabinet (or protect the device by another equivalent measure) in such a way that contact with fire is prevented.
  • Page 10 Fundamental safety instructions 1.1 General safety instructions WARNING Danger of an accident occurring due to missing or illegible warning labels Missing or illegible warning labels can result in accidents involving death or serious injury. • Check that the warning labels are complete based on the documentation. •...
  • Page 11: Safety Instructions For Electromagnetic Fields (Emf)

    Fundamental safety instructions 1.2 Safety instructions for electromagnetic fields (EMF) Safety instructions for electromagnetic fields (EMF) WARNING Danger to life from electromagnetic fields Electromagnetic fields (EMF) are generated by the operation of electrical power equipment such as transformers, converters or motors. People with pacemakers or implants are at a special risk in the immediate vicinity of these devices/systems.
  • Page 12: Industrial Security

    Siemens recommends strongly that you regularly check for product updates. For the secure operation of Siemens products and solutions, it is necessary to take suitable preventive action (e.g. cell protection concept) and integrate each component into a holistic, state-of-the-art industrial security concept.
  • Page 13: Residual Risks Of Power Drive Systems

    Fundamental safety instructions 1.5 Residual risks of power drive systems Residual risks of power drive systems When assessing the machine- or system-related risk in accordance with the respective local regulations (e.g., EC Machinery Directive), the machine manufacturer or system installer must take into account the following residual risks emanating from the control and drive components of a drive system: 1.
  • Page 14 Fundamental safety instructions 1.5 Residual risks of power drive systems SINAMICS G110D Getting Started, 07/2016, FW V3.63, A5E38556288B AA...
  • Page 15: Mechanical Installation

    Mechanical Installation General layout of SINAMICS G110D Image 2-1 Layout of the SINAMICS G110D SINAMICS G110D Getting Started, 07/2016, FW V3.63, A5E38556288B AA...
  • Page 16: Removal Of Cu Area Cover And Braking Resistor Connection Hatch

    Mechanical Installation 2.2 Removal of CU area cover and braking resistor connection hatch Removal of CU area cover and braking resistor connection hatch Removal of CU area cover and braking resistor connection hatch Should the CU area cover require to be removed, for example, to fit a Memory Card, it should be removed as shown in the diagram below.
  • Page 17: Drill Pattern For The Sinamics G110D

    Mechanical Installation 2.3 Drill pattern for the SINAMICS G110D Drill pattern for the SINAMICS G110D Drill pattern for the SINAMICS G110D Inverter The Inverter has an identical drill pattern for all frame sizes. The drill pattern, depth and tightening torques are shown in the diagram below. Image 2-3 Drill pattern SINAMICS G110D SINAMICS G110D...
  • Page 18: Mounting Orientation

    Mechanical Installation 2.4 Mounting orientation Mounting orientation Correct mounting orientation of the Inverter In the figure below the correct mounting orientation of the Inverter is shown. Image 2-4 Correct Inverter orientation SINAMICS G110D Getting Started, 07/2016, FW V3.63, A5E38556288B AA...
  • Page 19: Ambient Operating Conditions

    Mechanical Installation 2.5 Ambient operating conditions Ambient operating conditions Temperature The operating temperature range is shown diagramatically in the figure below: Image 2-5 Power derating for temperature Humidity range Relative air humidity for the Inverter is ≤ 95 % non-condensing. Altitude If the Inverter is to be installed at an altitude >...
  • Page 20 Mechanical Installation 2.5 Ambient operating conditions Shock and vibration Do not drop the Inverter or expose to sudden shock. Do not install the Inverter in an area where it is likely to be exposed to constant vibration. Electromagnetic radiation Do not install the Inverter near sources of electromagnetic radiation. Atmospheric pollution and water When fully assembled the inverter has an IP65 rating.
  • Page 21: Electrical Installation

    Electrical Installation SINAMICS G110D Specifications SINAMICS G110D specifications Table 3- 1 Rated Output, Input and Fuses Product Frame Rated output Fuse Circuit breakers size Rated output Rated input 3NA3… current current 6SL3511-… Type Order Number 0PE17-5AM0 0.75 3RV1021-1FA10 0PE21-5AM0 3RV1021-1JA10 0PE23-0AM0 3RV1021-4AA10 0PE24-0AM0...
  • Page 22 3RV2021…, 3RV1031…, 3RV2031… 3RV1742… Siemens 3NA38 series fuses and 3RV series motor starter protectors of a lower current rating than shown may also be used. Calculation of the feeder protection according to IEC and UL standards Calculation of the feeder protection: ●...
  • Page 23 Electrical Installation 3.1 SINAMICS G110D Specifications The inverter is suitable for use on a circuit capable of delivering the short circuit current shown in the tables below when protected by the branch circuit protection indicated. Table 3- 5 Non-semiconductor fuses better than RK5 (JDDZ) SINAMICS G110D model no.
  • Page 24 Electrical Installation 3.1 SINAMICS G110D Specifications Table 3- 7 Branch circuit protection with Type E combination motor controllers (NKJH) SINAMICS G110D CMC model no.* Max. rated Rated hp at 460 V SINAMICS G110D SCCR with model no. current (A) 6SL3511-.PE17-5AM. 3RV20_1-1JA..
  • Page 25 *Where “_” in the CMC model no. can be replaced by “1” or “2”. Listed (NKJH) Siemens CMCs of the same type with a current rating lower than that specified in the table, corresponding to SINAMICS G110D drive model number and with a voltage rating of at least 480 V AC may also be used.
  • Page 26: Cables And Connections

    Electrical Installation 3.2 Cables and connections Cables and connections Cable lengths All inverters will operate at full specification with motor cable lengths as follows: ● Screened - 15 m (49 ft) ● Unscreened - 30 m (98 ft) Note Brake voltage 180VDC (400VAC with rectifier) The brake output of the Inverter is designed to be connected directly to the coil of the brake within the motor, that is, no rectifier module is required within the motor.
  • Page 27 Electrical Installation 3.2 Cables and connections If the product is not connected to an AS-i network then a 24V power supply still needs to be connected to the AS-i + / AS-i - pins. This can be the same power supply as connected to the AUX 24V / 0V pins as shown in the block diagram below.
  • Page 28 Electrical Installation 3.2 Cables and connections Cable, connectors and tools specifications The detailed specifications for the cables, connectors and tools required to manufacture the necessary cables for the SINAMICS G110D are listed in the following tables. Note NFPA compatibility These devices are intended only for installation on industrial machines in accordance with the "Electrical Standard for Industrial Machinery"...
  • Page 29 Electrical Installation 3.2 Cables and connections Table 3- 14 Motor connector Power cable Belcom All connector parts are Harting Q8/0 rating size "DESINA" Shell Crimp size Crimp number Hood Gland/Seal Cable No. 0.75 kW 1 mm 13EBN17Z08P Harting Q8/0 1 mm 0933 000 6105 1912 008 0502 1912 000 5057...
  • Page 30 Electrical Installation 3.2 Cables and connections NOTICE Damage of the converter by disconnecting the motor during operation The disconnection of the motor cable by a switch or contactor during operation may damage the converter. • Disconnect converter and motor during operation only if it is necessary in terms of personal security or machine protection.
  • Page 31: Configuring The As-I Slave

    The address of a AS-i slave can be assigned using the following methods: ● Addressing off-line using the Siemens Addressing Programmer ● Addressing on-line using the controlling system, such as a PLC via the AS-i Master (it should be noted that only one slave with address 0 may be present on the bus if this method is to be implemented).
  • Page 32 Electrical Installation 3.3 Configuring the AS-i slave Note Profile 3.0 Under AS-i Profile 3.0 it is possible to address 62 digital or 62 analog slave devices or a combination of both digital and analog but not exceeding a total of 62 slave devices. This is accomplished by using the A/B address system.
  • Page 33 Electrical Installation 3.3 Configuring the AS-i slave Typical AS-i network structure In the diagram below a typical AS-i network is shown to help visualise the structure and arrangement of an AS-i network. Image 3-2 Example AS-i configuration SINAMICS G110D Getting Started, 07/2016, FW V3.63, A5E38556288B AA...
  • Page 34 Electrical Installation 3.3 Configuring the AS-i slave Addressing the AS-i device To address the AS-i device (in this case, the Inverter), the following actions should be performed. NOTICE AS-i Master The AS-i Master must be disconnected from the network prior to addressing any AS-i slaves.
  • Page 35 Electrical Installation 3.3 Configuring the AS-i slave Image 3-3 Addressing the ASi slave SINAMICS G110D Getting Started, 07/2016, FW V3.63, A5E38556288B AA...
  • Page 36: Using The As-I Programmer

    Electrical Installation 3.4 Using the AS-i Programmer Using the AS-i Programmer Setting the slave address with the AS-i Address Programmer The Inverter contains two logical AS-i slaves. Either slave can be assigned an address in the range 1A...31A or 1B...31B. The addresses can be allocated to the slaves sequentially, for example, 3A and 4A, 10B and 11B or they can occupy the same number using extended addressing, for example, 20A and 20B.
  • Page 37 Electrical Installation 3.4 Using the AS-i Programmer Setting the AS-i address of slave 2 Press the button; the display shows the text SEArcH followed by uSE 0. A small 0 is displayed to the left of the display and the number of the first slave that has already been allocated to slave 1 is shown at the bottom of the display.
  • Page 38 Electrical Installation 3.4 Using the AS-i Programmer Changing existing addresses of the AS-i slaves If the allocated addresses used two different numbers, for example, 10A and 11A, then if one of the slave addresses is reset to 0 the other slave is not affected. If the allocated addresses use the same number, for example, 20A and 20B, then if one slave addresses is reset to 0, then both slaves numbers will be reset to 0.
  • Page 39: Check List

    Check List Installation check list Installation check list Before power is applied to the inverter/motor system, the following checks should be performed: Check that: ✓ The environmental conditions conform to the inverter/motor specifications The inverter and the motor are securely mounted The inverter and motor are correctly installed with adequate cooling provision The motor and the application/equipment are ready to start, i.e.
  • Page 40 Check List 4.1 Installation check list SINAMICS G110D Getting Started, 07/2016, FW V3.63, A5E38556288B AA...
  • Page 41: Commissioning

    Commissioning Commissioning with STARTER Basic commissioning The STARTER software uses a series of dialogs to guide the user through the basic commissioning of the Inverter. For specific application configuration and parameterization the expert list within STARTER should be used. Note STARTER knowledge This procedure assumes that you have a working knowledge of the STARTER software.
  • Page 42 Commissioning 5.1 Commissioning with STARTER Commissioning procedure Once STARTER is running it will present an empty screen - from the File menu selected new project. Image 5-1 Create new project dialog Click OK and the dialog disappears and the normal STARTER screen appears with the project name appears in the project tree on the right-hand side of the screen.
  • Page 43 Commissioning 5.1 Commissioning with STARTER Image 5-3 Select drive dialog Select the appropriate Inverter and click OK. The inserted drive will appear in the project tree. Image 5-4 Configure drive unit Double-click "configure drive unit"; the select Inverter dialog will appear. SINAMICS G110D Getting Started, 07/2016, FW V3.63, A5E38556288B AA...
  • Page 44 Commissioning 5.1 Commissioning with STARTER Image 5-5 Select power unit dialog Using the order number of the Inverter, select the appropriate Inverter power unit. Press "next" to display the summary screen. Image 5-6 Summary dialog The summary screen displays the configuration settings that have been completed up to this point of the process.
  • Page 45 Commissioning 5.1 Commissioning with STARTER pasted into another application such as Notepad to allow a permanent record of the configuration to be stored. Ensure that "Then start commissioning wizard" is selected and click "Finish". The "Control Method" dialog is displayed. Image 5-7 Select control method dialog Select the required control method and click "Next".
  • Page 46 Commissioning 5.1 Commissioning with STARTER Image 5-8 Select command and setpoint source dialog The default command and setpoint source for the Inverter is Fieldbus. Click "Next". The drive setting characteristics dialog is displayed. Image 5-9 Select drive settings dialog Select the appropriate settings for your region and supply characteristics. Click "Next".
  • Page 47 Commissioning 5.1 Commissioning with STARTER Image 5-10 Select motor type dialog Select the type of motor to which the Inverter is connected. Click "Next"; the motor data dialog is displayed. Image 5-11 Motor data dialog Enter the motor data, which can be found on the motor rating plate. Click "Next"; the Motor identification dialog is displayed.
  • Page 48 Commissioning 5.1 Commissioning with STARTER Image 5-12 Motor identification dialog Select which type of motor identification is required. It is recommended that a motor identification is actually completed. Click "Next"; the Important parameters dialog is displayed. Image 5-13 Important parameters dialog Enter the values for the listed parameters.
  • Page 49 Commissioning 5.1 Commissioning with STARTER Image 5-14 Calculate motor data dialog Select "complete calculation" and click "Next"; the summary screen will be displayed. Image 5-15 Configuration summary The summary information can be copied to the clipboard for pasting into another application, such as, Notepad as a permanent record of the configuration.
  • Page 50 Commissioning 5.1 Commissioning with STARTER To complete the basic commissioning of the Inverter, the following tasks must be completed: ● Ensure that the Inverter and motor are powered-up (no run command should be issued). ● Ensure that the Inverter is correctly connected to the PC, using the appropriate communications cable.
  • Page 51 Commissioning 5.1 Commissioning with STARTER Commissioning the application To specifically parameterize the Inverter for an application, the "Expert list" should be used to gain access to any of the required parameters. The values can be modified from within STARTER. Image 5-18 Expert list Saving parameter data While the STARTER is online and connected to Inverter it is possible to save all the...
  • Page 52: Basic Commissioning With Iop

    Commissioning 5.2 Basic commissioning with IOP Basic commissioning with IOP Basic commissioning wizard Select Wizards Select required Commission- Select Factory Reset (yes or ing wizard Select Continue Select Application Class Select Motor Data Select Enter Motor Data Select Motor Type Select Characteristic Select Continue Input Motor Frequency...
  • Page 53 Commissioning 5.2 Basic commissioning with IOP Select Technology Applica- Select required Motor Data Select Macro Source tion ID function Input the Minimum Frequen- Input Maximum Frequency Input Ramp-up time Input Ramp-down time Summary of Settings - Select Save Settings Continue Settings saved Status Screen displayed On first ON command - Motor...
  • Page 54: Setting-Up As-I Parameters

    Commissioning 5.3 Setting-up AS-i parameters Setting-up AS-i parameters Setting the AS-i parameters Once the inverter has been installed and assigned an appropriate address the Inverter is ready to be commissioned. Once the Inverter is switched on, the Inverter should be automatically recognized by the AS-i network.
  • Page 55: Example Application

    Commissioning 5.4 Example application Example application Commissioning the applications The following information is provided to allow a simple conveyor application to be setup. The logic and control mechanism is provided by a PLC. The conveyor section consists of three sensors: ●...
  • Page 56 Commissioning 5.4 Example application Image 5-19 Example conveyor application SINAMICS G110D Getting Started, 07/2016, FW V3.63, A5E38556288B AA...
  • Page 57 Commissioning 5.4 Example application Application parameters Using the "Expert List" mode in STARTER (as previously described) the following parameters should be modified as shown in the table below. Before setting the parameters listed below, you must wait until P3900 = 0. In addition to the AS-i specific parameters discussed in the previous section the following parameters should be modified to allow the digital inputs to be read by the controlling PLC.
  • Page 58 Commissioning 5.4 Example application The following is an example ladder logic diagram. Image 5-21 Example S7 ladder logic SINAMICS G110D Getting Started, 07/2016, FW V3.63, A5E38556288B AA...
  • Page 59: Factory Reset

    Factory Reset Factory Reset Description With a factory reset a defined initial state of all of the inverter parameters can be re- established. To perform a factory reset with STARTER, the inverter must be in the online mode. If it is offline, perform "connect to target system"...
  • Page 60 Factory Reset 6.1 Factory Reset SINAMICS G110D Getting Started, 07/2016, FW V3.63, A5E38556288B AA...
  • Page 61: Diagnostics

    Diagnostics Fault codes The inverter has the capability to identify internal and external fault conditions, the most common faults are shown in the following tables. More detailed information on faults can be found in the Parameter List. Table 7- 1 Fault codes description Fault Number Meaning F00001...
  • Page 62: Led States

    Diagnostics 7.2 LED States LED States The Inverter has five main LEDs which are used to indicate the state of the Inverter. Each digital input has its own status LED. These are shown in the figure below. Image 7-1 SINAMICS G110D LEDs In the table below is shown all the possible states of the LEDs and their meaning.