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High performance dc drive 25a to 7400a, 480v to 690v two or four quadrant operation
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Advanced User Guide
Mentor MP
High Performance DC Drive
25A to 7400A, 480V to 690V
two or four quadrant operation
Part Number: 0476-0002-01
Issue: 1
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  • Page 1 Advanced User Guide Mentor MP High Performance DC Drive 25A to 7400A, 480V to 690V two or four quadrant operation Part Number: 0476-0002-01 Issue: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 2 General Information The manufacturer accepts no liability for any consequences resulting from inappropriate, negligent or incorrect installation or adjustment of the optional operating parameters of the equipment or from mismatching the variable speed drive with the motor. The contents of this guide are believed to be correct at the time of printing. In the interests of a commitment to a policy of continuous development and improvement, the manufacturer reserves the right to change the specification of the product or its performance, or the contents of the guide, without notice.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Overview ..............................21 Menu 1: Frequency/speed reference ....................22 Menu 2: Ramps ...........................34 Menu 3: Speed feedback and speed control ..................41 Menu 4: Torque and current control ....................57 5.5.1 Parameter descriptions .............................. 57 Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 4 Analog reference ..........................195 Analog outputs ..........................195 Digital inputs and outputs ......................... 195 Current feedback ..........................195 Bandwidth ............................195 7.6.1 Speed loop ................................195 7.6.2 Current loop ................................195 Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 5: Parameter Structure

    Pr 11.44 (SE14, 0.35) is set to L1 (0). When Pr 11.44 (SE14, 0.35)is not 0 the left and right keys will allow access to the advance parameter set and menu 0 will become a linear menu. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 6: Pre-Defined Sub Blocks

    Armature voltage di10 23.08 0.46 1.11 Reference enabled indicator di11 23.09 0.47 1.12 Reverse selected indicator di12 0.48 1.13 Jog selected indicator di13 0.49 11.29 Software version di14 0.50 0.00 Spare Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 7: Menu 0 (Linear)

    0.88 8.04 I state 4 in08 0.89 8.05 I state 5 in09 0.90 8.06 I state 6 in10 For more information on the sub block function please refer to Menu 23. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 8: Advanced Menus

    Any Solutions Module type is recognised with all drive types in any slots. The relevant template is used to define menu 15 for the module type fitted in slot 1, menu 16 for slot 2, and menu 17 for slot 3. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 9: Keypad And Display

    Keypad and display Understanding the display There are two types of keypad available for the Mentor MP. The SM-Keypad has an LED display, and the MP-Keypad has an LCD display. 2.1.2 MP-Keypad (LCD) 2.1.1 SM-Keypad (LED) The display consists of three lines of text.
  • Page 10 When changing the values of parameters, make a note of the new values in case they need to be entered again. NOTE For new parameter-values to apply after the AC supply to the drive is interrupted, new values must be saved. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 11: Status Mode

    Up and Down keys only, the selected digit remaining the least significant digit; and secondly by selecting each digit in turn and adjusting them to the required value. Holding the Up or Down key in the Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 12: Mp-Keypad

    Read only Unipolar Bi-polar Bit parameter Text string Filtered Destination Not copied Rating dependent Protected User save Power down save For more information about the MP-Keypad, see the SM-Keypad Plus User Guide. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 13: Parameter Access Level And Security

    The user security has now been disabled, and will not have to be unlocked each time the drive is powered up to allow read / write access to the parameters. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 14: Alarm And Trip Display

    Run key and then pressing the Stop key. When the drive is not running the Stop key will always reset the drive. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 15: Parameter X.00

    Display destination parameters only the EEPROM, so that if the power is removed during a subsequent *These functions do not require a drive reset to become active. All other functions require a drive reset. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 16: Loading Defaults

    Pr x.00 are displayed. If diS.dESt is selected in Pr x.00, then only destination parameters are displayed. This function is provided to aid locating destination clashes if a dESt trip occurs. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 17: Parameter Description Format

    (all other bit parameters have a default of zero. Non-bit parameters are unipolar if this flag is one. Power-down save: parameter automatically saved in drive EEPROM when the under volts (UV) trip occurs. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 18: Parameter Ranges And Variable Maximums

    Vac x 1.35 (√2 x 3 / π) 480 +10% drive: 720 ARMATURE_VOLTAGE_MAX 575 +10% drive: 860 [1025] 690 +10% drive: 1025 NOTE For 4 quadrant drives maximum armature voltage = Vac x 1.15 Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 19: Default

    The destination pointer parameter range is P 0.00 to Pr 22.99. The destination pointer parameter is set up to point to a parameter, which receives information from the function referred to as the destination parameter. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 20: Update Rates

    (MAX_SPEED_REF), and the scaling (Pr 3.44) is 1.000, the drive takes the encoder pulses directly. This gives a form of reference slaving where the integral term in the speed Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 21: Advanced Parameter Descriptions

    Power-down save: parameter automatically saved in drive EEPROM when the under volts (UV) trip occurs. Power-down save parameters are also saved in the drive when the user initiates a parameter save. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 22: Menu 1: Frequency/Speed Reference

    Precision reference Read-only (RO) Output 0.XX 1.18 parameter Memory terminals 1.19 Precision The parameters are all shown in their default settings reference trim *Refer to Pr 1.14 on page 27. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 23 1.39 [1.06] Skip Skip Skip speed 1 speed 2 speed 3 Velocity feed-forward 1.05 1.30 1.32 1.34 [1.06] reference Skip Skip Skip reference speed band speed band speed band [1.06] [1.07] Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 24 (see section 5.14 Menu 13: Position control on page 156). Maximum reference clamp 1.06 Txt VM DP RA NC US RW BU Coding Range SPEED_LIMIT_MAX rpm Default 1000.0 Second motor Pr 21.01 parameter Update rate Background read See below. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 25 If Pr 1.08=1: MAX_SPEED_REF is Pr 1.06 or -Pr 1.07 whichever is the largest (If the second motor map is selected Pr 21.01 is used instead of Pr 1.06 and Pr 21.02 instead of Pr 1.07) Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 26 Pr 1.01 = selected reference x (100 + Pr 1.38) / 100 and when this parameter is 1 the reference is given by Pr 1.01 = selected reference + Pr 1.04 Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 27 Preset defined by Pr 1.50 (Pr 1.21 to Pr 1.28) Preset defined by Pr 1.50 (Pr 1.21 to Pr 1.28) Keypad reference (Pr 1.17) Precision reference (Pr 1.18 and Pr 1.19) Keypad reference only x = any value Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 28 This parameter defines the time between preset reference changes when Pr 1.15 is set to 9. If Pr 1.48 is set to 1 then the preset counter and timer are reset and preset 1 will be selected. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 29 Instead, the drive uses the value stored in memory preventing the possibility of data skew. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 30 US RW BU Coding Update rate 4ms write This parameter indicates that the selected reference is within one of the skip reference zones such that the motor speed is not as demanded. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 31 Pr 1.43 = 1 forces Pr 1.49 = 4 (always selects keypad control mode) Pr 1.44 = 1 forces Pr 1.49 = 5 (always selects precision reference) Pr 1.52 = 1 forces Pr 1.49 = 6 (Keypad reference only) Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 32 Parameter Keypad and Parameter description Advanced parameter Serial comms Menu 1 Parameter x.00 Performance structure display format descriptions protocol Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 33 Parameter Keypad and Parameter description Advanced parameter Serial comms Parameter x.00 Performance Menu 2 structure display format descriptions protocol Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 34: Menu 2: Ramps

    Acceleration rate 8 Preset reference 1.50 selected indicator Jog acceleration 2.19 rate Jog selected 1.13 indicator Reverse Forward accel. rate accel. rate Acceleration Ramp control 2.03 Ramp hold Pre-ramp speed 1.03 reference Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 35 Performance Menu 2 structure display format descriptions protocol Forward Reverse Decel. rate Decel. rate Current control Menu 4 Ramp enable 2.02 Deceleration Ramp control 2.06 S-Ramp enable** S-Ramp acceleration 2.07 limit Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 36 Where A is the selected ramp rate in s / See Pr 2.39 If the S ramp is enabled (Pr 2.06 = 1) then the ramp time is extended as shown in the diagram below. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 37 Since the new ramp rate is selected with the new reference, the acceleration applies towards the selected preset if the motor needs to accelerate to reach the preset. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 38 Since the new ramp rate is selected with the new reference, the deceleration applies towards the selected preset if the motor needs to decelerate to reach the preset. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 39 Txt VM DP ND RA NC NV US RW BU Coding Update rate 4ms read These bits are provided for control by logic input terminals for external ramp selection (see Pr 2.10 and Pr 2.20). Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 40 When this parameter is 1 (default) and the S ramp is enabled then Pr 2.40 is used to define the S ramp time. When this parameter is 0 and the S ramp is enabled then Pr 2.07 is used to define the S ramp limit. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 41: Menu 3: Speed Feedback And Speed Control

    100ppm, and so the absolute speed accuracy is 100ppm (0.01%) of the reference, when a preset speed is used. If an analog input is used the absolute accuracy is further limited by the absolute accuracy and non-linearity of the analog input. If analog feedback is used the accuracy is even further limited. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 42 Parameter Keypad and Parameter description Advanced parameter Serial comms Menu 3 Parameter x.00 Performance structure display format descriptions protocol...
  • Page 43 It should be noted that any filtering included within the speed controller feedback loop, either on the speed feedback or the current demand, introduces a delay and limits the maximum bandwidth of the controller for stable operation. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 44 Parameter Keypad and Menu 3 Parameter x.00 structure display...
  • Page 45 Txt VM DP ND RA NC NV US RW BU Coding Range 0.00 to 655.35 (s / (rad/s)) Default 0.10 Second motor Pr 21.18 (3.11) parameter Update rate Background read See the description under Pr 3.16 Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 47 The Kd gain is not affected. If Pr 3.17 is set to 2 automatic gain set up is not active, but Kp is boosted by a factor of 16. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 48 The step response of the speed controller gives approximately 10% overshoot with unity damping factor. Hard speed reference 3.22 Txt VM DP RA NC US RW BU Coding Range ±MAX_SPEED_MAX rpm Default Update rate 4ms read Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 49 3.28 Txt VM DP ND US RW BU Coding Range ±32,678 revolutions Update rate 4ms write This is used in conjunction with Pr 3.29. See the description under Pr 3.29 below. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 50 If Pr 3.33 is zero the revolution counter (Pr 3.28) is held at zero. If Pr 3.33 has any other value it defines the maximum number of the revolution counter before it is reset to zero. For example, if Pr 3.33 = 5, then Pr 3.28 counts up to 31 before being reset. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 51 0, Ab: Quadrature incremental encoder, with or without marker pulse 1, Fd: Incremental encoder with frequency and direction outputs, with or without marker pulse 2, Fr: Incremental encoder with forward and reverse outputs, with or without marker pulse Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 52 Both the above trips can over ride trip Enc2 so if there is a wire break trip and then a power supply trip the drive will store both trips in the trip log. Both the above trips turn the terminal encoder supply off. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 53 The encoder is re-initialised when this is set to 1 or encoder supplies are restored or a trip reset Pr 3.47 is automatically reset when re-initialisation is complete. To allow detection of non initialised state Pr 3.48 remains zero for 500us. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 54 When this parameter is set to one, additional information for the motor object can be transferred from Pr 18.11 to Pr 18.17 as shown below: If Pr 3.50 is set to one Pr 3.28, Pr 3.29 are not updated. If this parameter is set to zero these parameters are updated normally. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 55 If Selected feedback sign different to estimate feedback sign then Feedback polarity error End if If Pr 3.55 is 1 then Pr 3.57 = 1 Pr 3.26 = 5 Else Feedback loss error End if End if Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 56 Indicates that Pr 3.26 has been changed to estimate speed by the action of Pr 3.55 and Pr 5.56. Speed feedback percentage 3.58 Txt VM DP RA NC US RW BU Coding Range ±100.0% Update rate Background write Gives the speed feedback as a percentage of MAX_SPEED_REF. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 57: Menu 4: Torque And Current Control

    User current overload alarm 10.17 max scaling 4.02 Read-only (RO) Output indicator 0.XX parameter terminals 4.24 Percentage Motor overload load 4.19 accumulator The parameters are all shown at their default settings 4.20 Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 58 Range 0 to MOTOR1_CURRENT_LIMIT_MAX % Default 150.0 Second motor Pr 21.28 parameter Update rate Background read The regen current limit applies in either direction when the machine is producing regenerating torque. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 59 The torque demand is given by the sum of the torque reference and the torque offset, if enabled. The speed is not limited in any way, however, the drive will trip at the overspeed threshold if runaway occurs. 2: Torquy Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 60 5rpm until a stop is applied. The operating area is shown in the following diagram: Area for coiler operation, speed limited to ref and positve torque Final speed Torque demand Speed -5rpm Area for decelerating the coiler, reverse speed limited and negative torque Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 61 Parameter Keypad and structure display...
  • Page 62 The time for some action to be taken by the drive from cold with constant motor current is given by: = -(Pr 4.15) x ln(1 - (1.05 x Pr 5.07 / Pr 4.01) trip Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 63 The current demand filter time constant is defined by this parameter if the speed gain select (Pr 3.16) is one. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 64 Defines the current at the end of taper 2. 4.31 Taper threshold 1 exceeded Txt VM DP US RW BU Coding Update rate Background read Indicates when speed feedback has exceeded threshold 1. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 65 This parameter is used to determine the correct firing angle in the discontinuous current region. When enable an additional safety margin of 1 supply cycle is added to the bridge changeover logic. This may be required for highly inductive loads, such as a motor field. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 66 There is hysteresis on bridge change over to prevent oscillation between the two bridges under lightly loaded conditions. In applications which require fine control of the current the bridge change over hysteresis can be reduced from 1.6% to 0.2% of the drive maximum current by setting this parameter. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 67 Parameter Keypad and Parameter description Advanced parameter Serial comms Parameter x.00 Performance Menu 5 structure display format descriptions protocol Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 68: Menu 5: Motor And Field Control

    5.02 Armature Irated MA1 MA2 rated voltage MA1 MA2 5.52 Filtered drop current magnitude Armature Input Read-write (RW) resistance 0.XX terminals parameter 4.02 5.61 Read-only (RO) Output 0.XX parameter terminals Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 69 1 Motor saturation 5.30 breakpoint 2 Field rated 5.70 current Rated field 5.74 comp. factor Field overload calculation Field thermal 5.81 time constant Field overload 5.82 accumulator Field current 5.56 feedback Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 70 3 enable parameter request status Disable adaptive Slave bridge 5.25 control 5.47 request status Read-only (RO) Output Quadrant 0.XX Continuous 5.24 parameter 5.26 Slave bridge terminals 4 enable autotune 5.48 request status Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 71 Line voltage Txt VM DP RA NC NV US RW BU Coding Range 0 to 1000V rms AC Update rate Background write The voltage measured at the L1, L2 and L3 terminals. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 72 A value of 165° corresponds to the fully phased back condition and therefore zero output voltage. A value of 0 in the firing angle Pr 5.10 corresponds to fully phased forward and therefore maximum output voltage. WARNING Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 73 On very soft supplies the end stop may be too close to the crossover point. Parameter allows the user to increase the safety margin during regeneration but the maximum regenerated armature voltage will be reduced. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 74 Quadrant 3 Enable Txt VM DP US RW BU Coding Default Update rate Background read Quadrant 3 operation is defined as motoring in the reverse direction, speed and torque both having negative values. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 75 Motor saturation breakpoint 1 Txt VM DP US RW BU Coding Range 0 to 100 % of rated flux Default Second motor Pr 21.25 parameter Update rate Background read See Pr 5.30 for description. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 76 5.43 Armature mode Coding DE Txt VM DP ND RA NC NV US RW BU Range 0 to 6 Default Update rate Background read Parameter that contains the seven armature modes. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 77 Parameter Keypad and Parameter description Advanced parameter Serial comms Parameter x.00 Performance Menu 5 structure display format descriptions protocol Mentor MP Advanced User Guide...
  • Page 78 Holds the value of the security code entered to allow parameters to be edited when security is enabled. Pr 5.50 is not visible from the keypad and is intended for internal use by the drive. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 79 The range is 0 to 200% in half control mode. 5.58 Field Firing angle Txt VM DP US RW BU Coding Range 0 to 180 Update rate Background write 0° equals fully phased forward. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 80 Field economy level Txt VM DP US RW BU Coding 0 to 200.0% Range Default Update rate Background read Sets the reduced field current level used when the field economy function is used. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 81 Second motor Pr 21.32 parameter Update rate Background read Increasing this parameter will allow the loop to track the current demand more closely. Setting the value too high will result in instability. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 82 Coding 0 to 550 rms V AC Range Update rate Background write This parameter indicates the average auxiliary rms voltage at the input terminal. Filtered by a 100ms first order filter. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 83 The temperature of the field as a percentage of maximum temperature, with a constant current magnitude of I and constant value of field rated current (set by Pr 5.70 or Pr 21.24) after time t is given by -t/τ Temp = [I / (1.05*Field rated current) ] (1 - e ) x 100% Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 84 Each time Pr 11.45 is changed to select a new motor, or the rated current defined by Pr 5.70 or Pr 21.24 (depending on the motor selected) is altered, the accumulator is reset to zero. 5.82 Field overload accumulator Txt VM DP US RW BU Coding 0 to 100.0% Range Update rate Background write See Pr 5.81. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 85: Menu 6: Sequencer And Clock

    Disable multi module 6.49 drive module number storing Input Read-write (RW) 0.XX terminals parameter Read-only (RO) Output 0.XX parameter terminals The parameters are all shown at their default settings Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 86 When this bit is set the drive remains active even when the run command has been removed and the motor has reached standstill. The drive goes to the 'StoP' state instead of the 'rdy' state. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 87 This parameter controls the action of the Fwd/Rev key on the drive in keypad mode. Pr 6.13 Action of Fwd/Rev key None Reverse select is toggled every time the button is pressed Drive runs in reverse direction Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 88 If the data is not written with the various parts in the correct range (i.e. minutes are greater than 59, etc.) the clock is set to zero on the next minute. This clock may be used for time stamping the trip log if Pr 6.28 = 0. This parameter is used in conjunction with Pr 6.21. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 89 VM DP US RW BU Coding Range ±32,000 Update rate Background write Instantaneous read out of the cost/hour of running the drive. This requires Pr 6.16 to be set up correctly. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 90 Update rate 4ms read See Pr 6.34 for description. 6.32 Sequencing bit: Run reverse Txt VM DP US RW BU Coding Default Update rate 4ms read See Pr 6.34 for description. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 91 Pre-ramp reference+hard speed reference = 0rpm Both limit switches active 6.37 Sequencing bit: Jog reverse US RW BU Coding Default Update rate 4ms read 6.39 Sequencing bit: Not stop US RW BU Coding Default Update rate 4ms read Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 92 Run reverse Pr 6.32 Forward/reverse Pr 6.33 Pr 6.34 Not stop Pr 6.39 Auto/manual Analog/Preset reference Pr 1.42 Jog reverse Pr 6.37 Reserved Reserved Trip drive Reset drive Pr 10.33 Keypad watchdog Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 93 VM DP US RW BU Coding Default Update rate Background read When this parameter is 1 the reference has to be below 0.8% before the sequencer can go to the run state. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 94 When using the contactor logic the run command has to be delayed to allow time for the contactor to change before allowing the firing pulses. 6.55 Contactor enable Txt VM US RW BU Coding Update rate Background write This parameter can be used to control an external contactor. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 95 Drive active falling edge delay VM DP US RW BU Coding Range 0 to 255 Default Update rate Background read This parameter provides a delay on a falling edge of the drive active flag. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 96: Menu 7: Analog I/O

    250μs, special scaling is used as described in the table and the user scaling is ignored. Output source Scaling Pr 3.02 – Speed 10.0V = SPEED_MAX Pr 4.01 - Current magnitude 10.0V = Rated drive current / 0.45 Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 97 Current ??.?? magnitude Read-only (RO) Output 0.XX 7.23 7.24 4.01 parameter terminals Analog Analog ??.?? output 2 output 2 The parameters are all shown at their default settings scaling mode selector Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 98 Trip reset temperature MP25A MP45A MP75A MP25RA MP45RA MP75RA MP105A MP155A MP210A MP105RA MP155RA MP210RA MP350A MP420A MP550A MP350RA MP420RA MP550RA MP700A MP825A MP900A MP700RA MP825RA MP900RA MP1200A MP1850A MP1200RA MP1850RA Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 99 100.0% when the input current is less than 4mA. 7.12 Analog input 2 scaling Txt VM DP US RW BU Coding Range 0.000 to 40.000 Default 1.000 Update rate Background read Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 100 Analog input 3 scaling US RW BU Coding Range 0.000 to 40.000 Default 1.000 Update rate Background read 7.17 Analog input 3 invert Txt VM US RW BU Coding Default Update rate Background read Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 101 Pr 0.00 to Pr 22.99 Default Pr 4.01 Update rate Read on drive reset 7.23 Analog output 2 scaling US RW BU Coding Range 0.000 to 40.000 Default 1.000 Update rate Background read Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 102 An offset can be added to each analog input with a range from -100% to 100%. If the sum of the input and the offset exceeds ±100% the results is limited to ±100%. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 103 Coding Range 0 to 150 Update rate Background read This parameter is an estimate of the thyristor junction temperature. If the value rises above 120 C, the drive will trip Oht1. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 104: Menu 8: Digital I/O

    Sample rate Function T24 to T26 Digital input or output T27 to T29 Digital input Relay Background Relay 2 Background Buttons Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 105 6.04 8.23 I/O 3 source/ Start/stop destination logic select 8.29 8.30 T26 digital 8.13 I/O polarity Open collector unprotected I/O 3 invert select output parameter ??.?? Run forward 6.30 x(-1) ??.?? Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 106 Drive enable External trip Read-only (RO) Output 0.XX 10.32 x(-1) parameter terminals 8.29 Drive enable I.O polarity select This logic diagram applies only when all parameters are at their default settings Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 107 Any bit parameter Relay Contactor state Relay 2 enable x(-1) Destination Any bit 5V (On) parameter state Start Key Destination 5V (On) Any bit parameter state Reverse Key Toggle enable Pr 8.52 Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 108 Pr 10.32 to one. When this is two, a 0 to 1 change on the terminal will cause a reset. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 109 T24 input / output 1 T25 input / output 2 T26 input / output 3 T27 input 4 T28 input 5 T29 input 6 Relay 1 Enable Relay 2 Start button Forward / Reverse button Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 110 When this parameter = 1 either the high-side drive (negative logic polarity) or the low-side driver (positive logic polarity) is disabled. This allows outputs to be connected in a wire-ORed configuration. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 111 8.60 8.61 I/O source destination 8.62 Txt VM DP RA NC NV US RW BU Coding Default See table Range Pr 0.00 to Pr 22.99 Update rate Read on drive reset Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 112: Menu 9: Programmable Logic, Motorised Pot And Binary Sum

    ??.?? ??.?? x(-1) Function-2 input-2 9.16 source parameter Input Read-write (RW) 0.XX terminals parameter Read-only (RO) Output 0.XX parameter terminals The parameters are all shown at their default settings Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 113 9 and 12 functions active. The logic functions are active if one or both the sources are routed to a valid parameter. The other functions are active if the output destination is routed to a valid unprotected parameter. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 114 9.17 Logic function 2 source 2 invert Txt VM DP RA NC NV US RW BU Coding Default Update rate 4ms x number of menu 9 or 12 functions active read Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 115 Motorised pot mode Txt VM DP RA NC NV US RW BU Coding Range 0 to 3 Default Update rate Background read The motorised pot modes are given in the following table: Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 116 Read on reset 9.26 Motorised pot up Txt VM DP RA NC NV US RW BU Coding Default Update rate 4ms x number of menu 9 or 12 functions active read Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 117 4ms x number of menu 9 or 12 functions active write 9.33 Binary sum destination DE Txt VM DP RA NC NV US RW BU Coding Range Pr 0.00 to Pr 22.99 Default Pr 0.00 Update rate Read on reset Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 118 The output is the logic AND of the 2 inputs. The output is the logic OR of the 2 inputs. Exclusive OR The output is the exclusive OR of the 2 inputs. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 119 RS flip flop Reset Output Source 2 Source 1 No change D-type flip-flop Clock Data Output Source 2 Source 1 No change 0->1 0->1 No change 1->0 No change Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 120: Menu 10: Status And Trips

    Txt VM DP US RW BU Coding Update rate Background write Indicates that the modulus of the active current is greater or equal to the rated motor current as defined in menu 5. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 121 Drive warning Txt VM DP US RW BU Coding Update rate Background write Indicates that one of the drive alarms is active, i.e. Pr 10.19 = Pr 10.17 OR Pr 10.18. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 122 Motor thermistor trip (see Pr 7.11) Motor thermistor short circuit (see Pr 7.11) O.Ld1 Digital output overload O.ht3 Extend discharge resistor over temperature Analog input 2 current mode: current loss (see Pr 7.11) Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 123 An attempt has been made to access a SMART card, but an option module is already accessing the SMART card. C.Chg An attempt has been made to store data in a SMART card data block that already exists. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 124 SL2.dF Option module in slot 2: different fitted SL3.HF Option module in slot 3: hardware fault SL3.tO Option module in slot 3: watchdog timeout SL3.Er Option module in slot 3: error Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 125 Field current set point too high Armature timing error Power circuit thermistor 1 fault Power software not compatible with user software User processor - Armature timing error 30 - 32 Not used Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 126 If the value is not included in the table a trip is initiated with the same trip number as the value provided the drive is not already tripped. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 127 (if Pr 6.28 = 0) or from the run time clock (if Pr 6.28 = 1) is put into Trip 0 time (Pr 10.41 and Pr 10.42). The times for earlier trips (Trip 1 to 9) are moved to the next parameter in the same way that trips move down the trip log. The time for Trips 1 to 9 are stored as the time difference between Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 128 0 to 2 Default Update rate Background write This parameter will indicate which bridge is on. "__ "No bridge "_1 "Bridge 1 active "2_ "Bridge 2 active Where _ is a blank. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 129 L1 missing 10.77 Input frequency Txt VM DP RA NC NV US RW BU Coding Range 0 to 100.00 Update rate Background read The input frequency measured on the auxiliary terminals. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 130: Menu 11: General Drive Set-Up

    Pr 1.22 Pr 11.16 Pr 0.26 Pr 3.08 Pr 11.17 Pr 0.27 Pr 3.34 Pr 11.18 Pr 0.28 Pr 6.13 Pr 11.19 Pr 0.29 Pr 11.36 Pr 11.20 Pr 0.30 Pr 11.42 Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 131 Full details of the CT implementation of ANSIx3.28 are given in Chapter 7 Serial communications protocol. Modbus RTU protocol Full details of the CT implementation of Modbus RTU are given in Chapter 7 Serial communications protocol. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 132 (slave). The drive does not respond until at least 1ms after the message has been received from the host allowing 1ms for the host to change from transmit to receive mode. This initial delay can be extended using Pr 11.26 if required for both ANSI and Modbus RTU protocols. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 133 US RW BU Range 0 (480) , 1 (575), 2 (690) Update rate Write at power-up This parameter has three possible values (480, 575, 690) and indicates the voltage rating of the drive. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 134 The actions of erasing a card, erasing a file, creating a new file, changing a menu 0 parameter, or inserting a new card will set Pr 11.37 to 0. Various SMART card actions can be initiated via Pr x.00, or the cloning parameter (Pr 11.42), and resetting the drive as given in the table below: Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 135 However, if the transfer fails the parameters are not saved to drive EEPROM, therefore only the RAM values will be incorrect. If the drive is powered down and then powered up again the original drive parameters will be restored. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 136 Txt VM DP RA NC NV US RW BU Coding Range 0 to 19 Update rate Background write Gives the type/mode of the data block selected with Pr 11.37 as shown below: Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 137 Range 0 to 4 Default Update rate Background read * Modes 1 and 2 are not US (i.e. not saved when drive parameters are saved), mode 3 and 4 are US. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 138 All menus can be accessed Lock user security when drive is reset. (This parameter is set to L1 after reset.) The LED keypad can adjust this parameter even when user security is set. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 139 Onboard Application Lite Ladder Program is not fitted. Onboard Application Lite Ladder Program is fitted but stopped. Onboard Application Lite Ladder Program is fitted and running. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 140 0-255 11.52 Works order number 0-999999 11.52 Number 0-999 11.55 Drive rating number Txt VM DP RA NC NV US RW BU Coding Range 0 to 56 Update rate Background read Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 141 Four 900A MP900R-6 480V 1200A MP1200-4 480V 1850A MP1850-4 690V 1200A MP1200-6 690V 1850A MP1850-6 480V Four 1200A MP1200R-4 480V Four 1850A MP1850R-4 690V Four 1200A MP1200R-6 690V Four 1850A MP1850R-6 Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 142 An ANSI master device transmits a parameter read message to a number of MentorII drives over EIA-485. At some point one of the MentorII drives is replaced with a Mentor MP drive. The EIA-485 cable is wired to an SM-Applications module in slot 3 of the Mentor MP instead of being wired into the drive.
  • Page 143 Only one option module on a Mentor MP may perform Mentor 2 parameter emulation at a time. Value No option module will operate communications in porting mode. Option module in slot 1 will operate communications in porting mode if capable.
  • Page 144 Background read This parameter defines the external resistance fitted to the drive by the user. This parameter is used in calculating the power dissipated and modelling the temperature of the resistor. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 145 This parameter displays the externally fitted resistor temperature calculated by the protection model in terms of percentage. 11.66 Suppressor voltage Txt VM DP RA NC NV US RW BU Coding Range 0 to 2000V Update rate Background write Voltage measured on the suppressor. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 146: Menu 12: Threshold Detectors, Variable Selectors And Brake Control Function

    Threshold Threshold Threshold Detector 2 Detector 2 Detector 2 hysteresis output invert input source Hysteresis Input Read-write (RW) Threshold 0.XX terminals parameter level Read-only (RO) Output 0.XX parameter terminals Threshold output Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 147 Output 0.XX parameter terminals Figure 5-16 Menu 12 Brake control function Current Current 4.01 12.40 magnitude magnitude Brake control function Ramp hold Speed 3.02 2.03 feedback Position control Reference 1.11 13.10 Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 148 The output may be inverted if required by setting the invert flag (Pr 12.06, Pr 12.26). The result is routed to the destination (defined by Pr 12.07, Pr 12.27). Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 149 Variable selector 2 source 1 scaling Txt VM DP RA NC NV US RW BU Coding Range ±4.000 Default 1.000 Update rate 4ms x number of menu 9 or 12 functions active read Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 150 The position input can be derived from any parameter, however it is intended to be used with a position value that has a range from 0 to 65535. The input is scaled so that as Pr 12.13 is varied between -4.000 and 4.000 the proportion of the input position change added to the accumulator varies Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 151 Pr 13.21 and the position reference used by the position controller. The variable selector speed reference can be used to move the position reference forwards or backwards with respect to the input reference. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 152: Brake Control Function

    The use of a Smartcard in boot mode or an SM-Applications module can ensure drive parameters are immediately programmed to avoid this situation. WARNING Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 153 Pr 12.48 1. Wait for armature current and fully fluxed machine 2. Post-brake release delay 3. Wait for speed threshold 4. Wait for brake apply speed delay 5. Brake apply delay Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 154 The brake apply delay is used to allow for the brake application time. During this period the Hold zero speed parameter (Pr 6.08) is one, and so the drive is enabled with zero speed reference. This ensures that the motor remains stationary while the brake is being applied. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 155 Default Update rate Background read When Pr 12.51 = 0, Pr 12.50 is controlled by the internal field controller, when Pr 12.50 can be controlled by an external field controller . Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 156: Menu 13: Position Control

    Drive source 3.28 3.29 Encoder 13.05 Slot 1 15.04 15.05 15.06 Δ Position Slot 2 16.04 16.05 16.06 Limited to ± / Slot 3 17.04 17.05 17.06 Orientation position 13.13 reference Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 157 13.14 Orientation Input Read-write (RW) 0.XX terminals parameter Orientation Read-only (RO) Output 0.XX position parameter terminals 13.15 complete This logic diagram applies only when all parameters are at their default settings Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 158 If a Solutions Module slot is selected as a source, but the module is not a position feedback category Solutions Module the position controller cannot be enabled. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 159 Parameter Feed forward Mode value active Position controller disabled Rigid position control Rigid position control Non-rigid position control Non-rigid position control Orientation on stop Orientation on stop and when drive enabled Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 160 When the position is within the window defined by Pr 13.14, the orientation complete indication is given in Pr 13.15. The stop mode selected by Pr 6.01 has no effect if orientation is enabled. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 161 Pr 13.14 defines the position acceptance window either side of the position reference for orientation in 1/2 of a revolution. When the position is within the window defined by Pr 13.14, Pr 13.15 indicates orientation is complete. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 162 0 to 65,535 Default Update rate 4ms read 13.21 Local reference position Txt VM DP RA NC NV US RW BU Coding Range 0 to 65,535 Default Update rate 4ms read Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 163 (and not the turns or fine position) is available. This feature is not available when absolute mode is selected (Pr 13.11 = 1). Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 164: Menu 14: User Pid Controller

    This menu contains a PID controller which has programmable reference and feedback inputs, programmable enable bit, reference slew rate limiting, variable clamp levels and programmable destination. The sample rate of the PID controller is 4ms. Figure 5-20 Menu 14 logic digram Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 165 The parameters are all shown at their default settings *The PID controller is only enabled if Pr 14.16 is set to a non Pr xx.00 and unprotected destination parameter. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 166 This parameter defines the time taken for the reference input to ramp from 0 to 100.0% following a 0 to 100% step change in input. 14.08 PID enable Txt VM DP RA NC NV US RW BU Coding Default Update rate 4ms read Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 167 If Pr 14.18 = 1, the upper limit defines the maximum positive or negative magnitude for the PID controller output. When any of the limits are active the integrator is held. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 168 RA NC NV US RW BU Range ±100.00 % Update rate 4ms write 14.21 PID feedback Coding Txt VM DP RA NC NV US RW BU Range ±100.00 % Update rate 4ms write Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 169 Serial comms Parameter x.00 Performance Menu 14 structure display format descriptions protocol 14.22 PID error Coding Txt VM DP RA NC NV US RW BU Range ±100.00 % Update rate 4ms write Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 170: Menus 15, 16 And 17: Solutions Module Slots

    EEPROM until the user performs a parameter save. Parameters common to all categories Parameter Range Default Type x.01 Solutions Module ID 0 to 599 PT US x.50 Solutions Module error status 0 to 255 NC PT Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 171: Menu 18: Application Menu 1

    Txt VM DP US RW BU Coding Range -32,768 to 32,767 Default Update rate 18.31 to 18.50 Application menu 1 read-write bit Txt VM DP US RW BU Coding Default Update rate Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 172: Menu 19: Application Menu 2

    Txt VM DP US RW BU Coding Range -32,768 to 32,767 Default Update rate 19.31 to 19.50 Application menu 2 read-write bit Txt VM DP US RW BU Coding Default Update rate Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 173: Menu 20: Application Menu 3

    *Menu 20 parameters are non-clonable and cannot be saved in a full parameter type data block or difference from default data block on a SMART card with software versions before V01.07.00. However, with V01.07.00 onwards these parameters are saved in a difference from defaults type data block if they are not at their default value. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 174: Menu 21: Second Motor Parameters

    Pr 21.03 defines how the value of Pr 1.49 is derived as follows: Value of Pr 21.03 Display String Pr 1.49 A1.A2 *Selected by terminal input A1.Pr A2.Pr Keypad ref only Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 175 Pr 2.21 parameter Update rate Background read 21.06 Base speed Txt VM DP US RW BU Coding Range 0 to 10000.0 rpm Default 1000 Normal Pr 5.08 parameter Update rate Background read Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 176 Pr 5.61 parameter Update rate Background read 21.11 Motor constant Txt VM DP US RW BU Coding Range 0.0 to 100.0% Default 90.0 Normal Pr 5.15 parameter Update rate Background read Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 177 Pr 21.15 does not have an equivalent normal motor parameter, but shows when motor 2 is active. 21.16 Thermal time constant Txt VM DP US RW BU Coding Range 0.0 to 3000.0 Default 89.0 Normal motor Pr 4.15 parameter Update rate Background read Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 178 If a position feedback category Solutions Module is not fitted in slot 1 the drive produces an EnC9 trip. 2, Slot2: Solutions Module in slot 2 3, Slot3: Solutions Module in slot 3 4, tacho 5, Est speed Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 179 Update rate Background read 21.27 Motoring current limit Txt VM DP US RW BU Coding Range 0 to MOTOR2_CURRENT_LIMIT_MAX % Default 150.0 Normal Pr 4.05 parameter Update rate Background read Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 180 21.32 Flux loop I gain Txt VM DP US RW BU Coding Range 0 to 300.0 Default Normal Pr 5.72 parameter Update rate Background read Field current control loop integral gain. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 181 Spill over loop I gaint Txt VM DP US RW BU Coding Range 0 to 300.0 Default Normal Pr 5.63 parameter Update rate Background read Field weakening control loop integral gain. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 182: Menu 22: Additional Menu 0 Set-Up

    SMARTCARD. This ensures that defaults are used for this menu if the saved parameters are from a software version which did not include this menu. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 183: Menu 23 Header Definitions

    When moving between parameters within a block only valid parameters are displayed. Figure 5-21 Sub block navigation SEt UP SE00 SE13 diAGnoS di01 di14 triPS inPut in01 in10 Headers Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 184 When this parameter is set to 1 the associated pre-defined sub block is accessible. When this parameter is 0 the associated pre-defined block is bypassed. Parameter Description Display 23.03 Set-up SEt UP 23.04 Diagnostics diAGnoS 23.05 Trips triPS 23.06 Speed Loop SP LOOP 23.07 Serial interface SintEr 23.08 Speed Feedback Fb SP 23.09 InPut Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 185 0.55 10.24 Trip 4 tr05 0.56 10.25 Trip 5 tr06 0.57 10.26 Trip 6 tr07 0.58 10.27 Trip 7 tr08 0.59 10.28 Trip 8 tr09 0.60 10.29 Trip 9 tr10 Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 186 0.86 8.02 I/O state 2 in06 0.87 8.03 I/O state 3 in07 0.88 8.04 I state 4 in08 0.89 8.05 I state 5 in09 0.90 8.06 I state 6 in10 Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 187: 32 Bit Parameters

    Pr 160.00 to Pr 161.00 to Pr 162.00 to Pr 163.00 to Pr 164.00 to Pr 165.00 to Pr 160.99 Pr 161.99 Pr 162.99 Pr 163.99 Pr 164.99 Pr 165.99 Menu 165 Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 188: Serial Communications Protocol

    Introduction 123456 +123456 Mentor MP supports an ANSIx3.28 type comms protocol as supported by previous Control Techniques products with some modification to allow If the parameter to be read does not exist the End of transmission access to 32 bit parameters. This chapter describes the implementation character (Ctl D) is returned.
  • Page 189: Drive Address

    1. The command is aborted because a non-numerical value is received in the drive address, menu or parameter numbers. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 190: Ct Modbus Rtu Specification

    + transmission time for the response. minimum silence minimum silence period period Slave frame Master request frame detect Slave response Master request processing New master request Slave response time can start here Time Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 191: Slave Address

    MOST significant byte is sent first. So for example 16 - bits 0x1234 would be 0x12 0x34 32 - bits 0x12345678 would be 0x12 0x34 0x56 0x78 Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 192: Extended Data Types

    NOTE The selection is applied for the whole block access. bit 15 bit 14 bits 0 - 13 TYP1 TYP0 Type select Parameter address X x 100+Y-1 Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 193: Exceptions

    If a write multiple (FC16 or FC23) request exceeds the slave maximum buffer size then the slave will discard the message. No exception will be transmitted in this case and the master will time out. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 194: Crc

    If this data type is not supported then an 32bit float data type over range error will be raised if this data supported type is used Maximum buffer size Determines the maximum block size. Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 195: Performance

    Relay output closing 4ms* 4ms* Relay output opening 4ms* 4ms* *software only Current feedback Accuracy: 5% Resolution: 10 bit plus sign Full scale resolution is equivalent to 222% drive rated current (A Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 196 Inertia compensation torque ............40 Jog acceleration rate ...............38 Jog deceleration rate ...............39 Jog reference ................24 Keypad ..................9 Keypad control ................14 Keypad control mode reference ..........29 Limit switch ................91 Load reached ................120 Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
  • Page 197 Solutions Module slots ............170 Sources .................. 19 Speed feedback selector ............49 Stator inductance ..............75 Status mode ................11 Status word ................127 Stop mode ................86 Sub blocks ................6 Mentor MP Advanced User Guide Issue Number: 1 www.controltechniques.com...
  • Page 198 Variable selector 2 ..............149 Variable selectors ..............146 Velocity feed forward ............31 Voltage mode select ............74 Voltage rating ................ 133 Wire break detect ..............52 Zero speed ................120 Zero speed threshold .............. 44 Mentor MP Advanced User Guide www.controltechniques.com Issue Number: 1...
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