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Variable frequency drives for variable torque applications
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HVAC400x
Variable Frequency Drives for Variable Torque Applications
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Copyright © 2019 Honeywell Inc. ▪ All Rights Reserved
EN2B-0417GE51 R0719

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  • Page 1 Application Manual HVAC400x Variable Frequency Drives for Variable Torque Applications ® U.S. Registered Trademark Copyright © 2019 Honeywell Inc. ▪ All Rights Reserved EN2B-0417GE51 R0719...
  • Page 2: Preface

    The original language of these instructions is English. In this manual, you can read about the functions of the HVAC400x drive and how to use the drive. The manual has the same structure as the menu of the drive (chapters 1 and 4-8).
  • Page 3: Functions Of The Hvac400 Drive

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Description Index Parameter Min Max Unit Default Fig. 1. Parameter table Legend The location of the parameter in the menu, that is, the parameter number. The name of the parameter. The minimum value of the parameter.
  • Page 4 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL • Resonance sweep wizard to very easily set up skip frequency areas to avoid resonances in the system. • RTO - Ramp Time Optimizer to automatically adapt to the system to avoid fast accelerations and decelerations which might harm the water pipes or air ducts.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Table of Contents PREFACE ................................2   About this Manual ..............................2   Functions of the HVAC400 Drive .......................... 3   QUICK START-UP GUIDE ........................8     Control Panel and Keypad ........................8    ...
  • Page 6 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Group 3.9: Protections ......................... 56     5.10 Group 3.10: Automatic reset ........................ 58     5.11 Group 3.11: Application Settings......................58     5.12 Group 3.12: Timer Functions ....................... 59     5.13 Group 3.13: PID Controller 1 Settings ....................61  ...
  • Page 7 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL 10.5.1   Programming Digital and Analog Inputs ....................108   10.5.2   Digital Inputs ............................111       10.5.3 Analog Inputs ............................115 10.5.4   Digital Outputs ............................117   10.5.5   Analog Outputs ............................119  ...
  • Page 8: Quick Start-Up Guide

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL QUICK START-UP GUIDE Control Panel and Keypad The control panel is the interface between the HVAC drive and the user. The control panel allows you to control the speed of a motor and monitor the status of the HVAC drive. You can also set the parameters of the HVAC drive.
  • Page 9: First Start-Up

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL STOP READY Main Menu Quick Setup ( 17 ) Monitor ( 5 ) Parameters ( 12 ) Fig. 3. The graphical display for Advanced Commissioning HMI Legend The first status field: STOP/RUN. The control place field: PC / IO / KEYPAD / FIELDBUS.
  • Page 10: Description Of The Applications

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL P3.4.2 P3.4.3 P3.2.4 P3.2.5 P3.4.8 P3.4.10 P3.3.1 P3.1.2.7 Pump False 60.0 20.0 Untouched. See table. See table. True 120.0 20.0 Affected parameters P3.4.2 Acceleration Time P3.4.3 Deceleration Time P3.2.4 Start Function P3.2.5 Stop Function P3.4.8 RampTimeOptimizerEnable P3.4.10...
  • Page 11 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Standard I/O board Signal Description Terminal reference output, 10V +10 V reference analog input, AI1+ potentiometer voltage, or current * voltage 1...10kOhm analog input AI1- common (current) 2-wire transmitter analog input, AI2+ voltage, or current *...
  • Page 12 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL from standard I/O board relay board Default from term. from term. Signal Terminal RO1/1 NF relay output 1 RO1/2 Com RO1/3 NO RO2/1 NF FAULT relay output 2 RO2/2 Com RO2/3 NO TI1+ thermistor input TI1- Fig.
  • Page 13 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Standard I/O board Signal Description Terminal 24V auxiliary voltage 24 V I/O ground digital input 1 start FWD digital input 2 start REV digital input 3 fault common A for DI1...6 ** 24V auxiliary voltage 24 V...
  • Page 14 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Table continued: Quick Setup parameter group Index Parameter Unit Default Description P1.12 Preset frequency 2 0.00 50.00 15.00 Select with the digital input: Preset frequency selection 1 (P3.5.1.17) (Default = Digital Input 5). P1.13 Acceleration time 1 3000.0...
  • Page 15: Wizards

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL WIZARDS PID Mini-Wizard The application wizard helps you to set the basic parameters that are related to the application. To start the PID mini-wizard, set the value Activate to parameter P1.18 PID Mini-Wizard in the Quick Setup menu.
  • Page 16: Pump And Fan Cascade Mini-Wizard

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Pump and Fan Cascade Mini-Wizard The PFC mini-wizard asks the most important questions to set up a PFC system. The PFC mini-wizard is always preceded by PID mini-wizard. Set a value for Number of Motors (P3.15.1).
  • Page 17: Resonance Sweep Wizard

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Resonance Sweep Wizard Use these instructions to start the resonance sweep function. STARTING THE RESONANCE SWEEP FUNCTION STOP READY Resonance Sweep ID: 1811 P 3.7.9 Find parameter P3.7.9 and press the OK button. Para- meter 3.7.9 is not visible in the software – as you would Activate normally expect –...
  • Page 18 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Keypad STOP READY Save? When the sweeping ends, text "Save?" will appear in the display. Press the OK button if you want to save the result. Keypad STOP READY Successful! When the Resonance sweeping function is saved, the text "Successful"...
  • Page 19: User Interfaces

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL USER INTERFACES Navigation on the Keypad The data of the HVAC drive is in menus and submenus. To move between the menus, use the keypad's arrow buttons. To go into a group or an item, press the OK button. To return to the previous level, press the BACK/RESET button.
  • Page 20: Using The Hmi

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Using the HMI STOP READY Main Menu Quick Setup ( 17 ) Monitor ( 5 ) Parameters ( 12 ) Fig. 8. The basic menu structure of the HVAC drive Legend The first status field: STOP/RUN.
  • Page 21: Editing The Values

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL 3.2.1 Editing the Values On the graphical display, there are two different procedures to edit the value of an item. Usually, you can set only one value for a parameter. Select from a list of text values or from a range of numerical values.
  • Page 22 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL EDITING THE NUMERICAL VALUES STOP READY Start / Stop Setup ID: 101 M3.3.1.1 MaxFreqReference 0.00 Hz Find the parameter using the arrow buttons. MinFreqReference 50.00 Hz PosFreqRefLimit 320.00 Hz STOP READY MinFreqReference ID: 101 M3.3.1.1 0.00Hz Enter the Edit mode.
  • Page 23: Resetting A Fault

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL SELECTING MORE THAN ONE VALUE Some parameters let you to select more than one value. Select a checkbox at each necessary value. STOP READY Interval 1 ID:1466 M3.12.1.3 Find the parameter. There is a symbol on the display when...
  • Page 24 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL It is possible to use I/O A, and Fieldbus as Remote control places. I/O A and Fieldbus have the lowest priority. You can select them using P3.2.1 (Remote Control Place). I/O B can bypass the Remote control places I/O A and Fieldbus with a digital input.
  • Page 25 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL CHANGING THE CONTROL PLACE Keypad STOP READY Main Menu Monitor Anywhere in the menu structure, press the LOC/REM ( 12 ) button. Parameters ( 21 ) Diagnostics ( 6 ) Keypad STOP READY Choose action ID: 1805...
  • Page 26 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL STOP READY Main Menu Monitor Anywhere in the menu structure, press the LOC/REM ( 12 ) button. Parameters ( 21 ) Diagnostics ( 6 ) Keypad STOP READY Choose action ID: 1805 To select the Control page, press the UP and DOWN arrow Change direction buttons.
  • Page 27 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL CHANGING THE ROTATION DIRECTION You can change the rotation direction of the motor quickly using the LOC/REM button. NOTE: The command Change direction is available in the menu only if the current control place is Keypad.
  • Page 28: Copying Parameters

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL 3.2.4 Copying Parameters Before you can copy parameters from the control panel to the drive, you must stop the drive: COPYING THE PARAMETERS OF AN HVAC DRIVE You can use this function to copy parameters from a drive to another.
  • Page 29: Comparing Parameters

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL 3.2.4.1 Parameters that You Cannot Copy If the Drives Have Different Sizes If you use the keyboard to copy parameters from one drive to another having a different size, the values of these parameters will not change.
  • Page 30 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL USING THE FUNCTION PARAMETER COMPARE STOP READY User settings M6.6 Language selection English Enter Parameter Compare in the User settings. Parameter backup ( 7 ) Parameter compare ( 4 ) STOP READY Parameter compare M6.6.1 Active set-Set 1 Select the pair of sets.
  • Page 31: Help Texts

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL 3.2.6 Help Texts The graphical display can show help texts on many topics. All the parameters have a help text. The help texts are also available for the faults, alarms, and the Startup wizard. READING A HELP TEXT...
  • Page 32: Menu Structure

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Menu Structure Table 4. Menu structure Menu Function Quick set-up 1.4.1 HVAC400 Applications. Multi-monitor Basic Timer functions PID controller 1 Affichage PID controller 2 Multi-pump Maintenance counters Fieldbus data Temperature inputs ** Parameters Parameters MENU. Active faults...
  • Page 33: Monitor

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL See also First Start-Up and Wizards. 3.3.2 Monitor MULTIMONITOR Using the Multimonitor function, you can collect 4-9 items to monitor. See 4.1.1 Multimonitor. BASIC The basic monitoring values can include statuses, measurements, and the actual values of parameters and signals.
  • Page 34: Monitoring Menu

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL MONITORING MENU Monitor Group You can monitor the actual values of the parameters and signals. You can also monitor the statuses and measurements. You can customize some of the values that you can monitor. 4.1.1 Multimonitor On the Multimonitor page, you can collect nine items to monitor.
  • Page 35: Basic

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL STOP READY FreqReference ID: 1 M2.1.1.1 Output Frequency 0.00 Hz FreqReference To select a new item in the list, press OK. 10.00 Hz Motor Speed 0.00 rpm Motor Current 0.00 A Motor Torque 0.00 % Motor Power 0.00 %...
  • Page 36 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Table 5. Items in the monitoring menu Index Monitoring value Unit Description V2.2.1 Output frequency V2.2.2 Frequency reference V2.2.3 Motor speed V2.2.4 Motor current V2.2.5 Motor torque V2.2.7 Motor shaft power V2.2.8 Motor shaft power V2.2.9 Motor voltage V2.2.10...
  • Page 37 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL continued: Items in the monitoring menu Index Monitoring value Unit Description B0 = Acc./Dec. Prohibited. V2.2.21 Appl.StatusWord 2 B1 = MotorSwitch Act. V2.2.22 DIN Status Word 1 V2.2.23 DIN Status Word 2 V2.2.24 Motor current with one decimal V2.2.25...
  • Page 38: Timer Functions Monitoring

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL 4.1.3 Timer Functions Monitoring Monitor the values of Timer functions and the Real-Time Clock. Table 6. Monitoring of the timer functions Index Monitoring value Unit Description V2.3.1 TC 1, TC 2, TC 3 1441 It is possible to use three timers (TC).
  • Page 39: Pid2 Controller Monitoring

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL 4.1.5 PID2 Controller Monitoring Table 8. Monitoring of the values of the PID2 controller Index Monitoring value Unit Description V2.5.1 PID2 setpoint Varies Displayed in units selected for the PID process. V2.5.2 PID2 feedback Varies Displayed in units selected for the PID process.
  • Page 40: Fieldbus Process Data Monitoring

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL 4.1.8 Fieldbus Process Data Monitoring Table 11. Fieldbus data monitoring Index Monitoring value Unit Description Fieldbus control word used in mode/format bypass. Depending on the type and the profile of the bus, values can be set before V2.8.1...
  • Page 41: Parameters Menu

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL PARAMETERS MENU Table 12. Menu and Parameter group description Menu and Parameter group Description Group 3.1: Motor settings Basic and advanced motor settings. Group 3.2: Start/Stop setup Start and stop functions. Group 3.3: Control reference settings Frequency reference setup.
  • Page 42 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Table 14. Motor control Index Parameter Unit Default Description P3.1.2.1 Switching Frequency Varies Varies 0 = Disabled. P3.1.2.2 Motor switch 1 = Enabled. P3.1.2.3 Zero Frequency Voltage 0.00 40.00 Varies 0 = Disabled 1 = Stop state P3.1.2.4...
  • Page 43: Group 3.2: Start / Stop Set-Up

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Group 3.2: Start / Stop Set-Up Table 15. Start / stop menu Index Parameter Unit Default Description 0 = I/O control. P3.2.1 Remote Control Place 1 = Fieldbus control. 0 = Remote. P3.2.2 Local/Distance 1 = Local.
  • Page 44: Group 3.3: Control Reference Settings

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Group 3.3: Control Reference Settings Table 16. Control reference settings Index Parameter Unit Default Description P3.3.1 Min. Frequency 0.00 P3.3.2 0.00 P3.3.2 Max. Frequency P3.3.1 320.00 0.00 1 = Preset Frequency 0. 2 = Keypad reference.
  • Page 45 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL continued: Parameters de références Index Parameter Unit Default Description P3.3.11 Preset frequency 0 P3.3.1 P3.3.2 5.00 P3.3.12 Preset frequency 1 P3.3.1 P3.3.1 10.00 P3.3.13 Preset frequency 2 P3.3.1 P3.3.1 15.00 P3.3.14 Preset frequency 3 P3.3.1 P3.3.1 20.00...
  • Page 46: Group 3.4: Ramp And Brakes Set-Up

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Group 3.4: Ramp and Brakes Set-Up Table 17. Ramp and brakes set-up Index Parameter Unit Default Description P3.4.1 Ramp 1 Shape 10.0 P3.4.2 Acceleration Time 1 3000.0 P3.4.3 Deceleration Time 1 3000.0 P3.4.4 Ramp 2 Threshold 0.00...
  • Page 47: Group 3.5: I/O Configuration

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Group 3.5: I/O Configuration For more information, see 10.5.1.1 Programming Digital Inputs. Table 18. Digital input settings Index Parameter Unit P3.5.1.1 Control signal 1 A DigIN SlotA.1 P3.5.1.2 Control signal 2 A DigIN SlotA.2 P3.5.1.3 Control signal 1 B DigIN Slot0.1...
  • Page 48 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL continued: Digital input settings Index Parameter Unit OPEN = Setpoint 1. P3.5.1.23 PID1 Select Setpoint DigIN Slot0.1 1047 CLOSED = Setpoint 2. OPEN = PID2 in stop mode. P3.5.1.24 PID2 Start Signal DigIN Slot0.2 1049 CLOSED = PID2 regulating.
  • Page 49 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Table 19. Analog input settings Index Parameter Unit Default Description P3.5.2.1 AI1 Signal Selection AnINSlot.1 P3.5.2.2 AI1 Filter Time 300.0 0 = 0–10V / 0–20mA. P3.5.2.3 AI1 Signal Range 1 = 2–10V / 4–20mA. P3.5.2.4 AI1 Custom. Min -160.00...
  • Page 50 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Table 20. Digital output settings on standard I/O board Index Parameter Unit Default Description The function selection for Basic R01. 0 = None. 1 = Ready. 2 = Run. 3 = Fault. 4 = FaultInvert. 5 = Alarm.
  • Page 51 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL continued: Digital output settings on standard I/O board Index Parameter Unit Default Description P3.5.3.2.2 Basic R01 ON Delay 0.00 320.00 0.00 11002 P3.5.3.2.3 Basic R01 OFF Delay 0.00 320.00 0.00 11003 P3.5.3.2.4 Basic R02 Function 11004 See P3.5.3.2.1.
  • Page 52 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL The Digital Outputs of the Expander Slots C, D, and E Shows only the parameters for the outputs on option boards in slots C, D and E. Make the selections as in Basic RO1 Function (P3.5.3.2.1).
  • Page 53: Group 3.6: Fieldbus Data Mapping

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Slot C, D, and E Analog Outputs Shows only parameters for existing outputs in slot C/D/E. The selections are the same as in Basic A01 (see P3.5.4.1.1). If there are no digital outputs in slots C, D, or E, this group or these parameters are not visible.
  • Page 54: Group 3.7: Prohibit Frequencies

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Group 3.7: Prohibit Frequencies Table 24. Prohibit frequencies Index Parameter Unit Default Description Prohibit Frequency Range 1 -1.00 320.00 0.00 0 = Not used. P3.7.1 Low Limit Prohibit Frequency Range 1 P3.7.2 0.00 320.00 0.00 0 = Not used.
  • Page 55: Group 3.8: Limit Supervisions

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Group 3.8: Limit Supervisions Table 25. Limits supervision settings Index Parameter Unit Default Description 0 = Output frequency. 1 = Frequency reference. 2 = Motor current. 3 = Motor torque. Supervision #1 Item P3.8.1 1431 Selection 4 = Motor power.
  • Page 56: Group 3.9: Protections

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Group 3.9: Protections Table 26. Protections settings Index Parameter Unit Default Description 0 = No action. 1 = Alarm. 2 = Alarm and preset frequency according to value in P3.3.19. Response to Analog P3.9.1 3 = Alarm and keep at previous input low fault frequency.
  • Page 57 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL continued: Protections settings Index Parameter Unit Default Description Underload Fault (broken P3.9.15 See P3.9.2. belt/dry pump) Underload Protection: P3.9.16 Field Weakening Area 10.0 150.0 50.0 Load Underload Protection: P3.9.17 150.0 10.0 Zero Frequency Load Underload Protection: P3.9.18...
  • Page 58: Group 3.10: Automatic Reset

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL 5.10 Group 3.10: Automatic reset Table 27. Autoreset settings Index Parameter Unit Default Description 0 = Disabled. P3.10.1 Automatic reset 1 = Enabled. 0 = Flying start. P3.10.2 Restart Function 1 = According to P3.2.4. P3.10.3 Wait Time 0.10...
  • Page 59: Group 3.12: Timer Functions

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL 5.12 Group 3.12: Timer Functions Table 29. 3.12.1 Interval 1 Index Parameter Unit Default Description P3.12.1.1 ON Time 00:00:00 23:59:59 hh:mm:ss 00:00:00 1464 P3.12.1.2 OFF Time 00:00:00 23:59:59 hh:mm:ss 00:00:00 1465 0 = Sunday. 1 = Monday.
  • Page 60 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Table 32. 3.12.4 Interval 4 Index Parameter Unit Default Description P3.12.4.1 ON Time 00:00:00 23:59:59 hh:mm:ss 00:00:00 1479 See Interval 1. P3.12.4.2 OFF Time 00:00:00 23:59:59 hh:mm:ss 00:00:00 1480 See Interval 1. P3.12.4.3 From day 1481 See Interval 1.
  • Page 61: Group 3.13: Pid Controller 1 Settings

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL 5.13 Group 3.13: PID Controller 1 Settings Table 37. PID controller 1 basic settings Index Parameter Unit Default Description P3.13.1.1 PID Gain 0.00 1000.00 100.00 P3.13.1.2 PID Integration Time 0.00 600.00 1.00 P3.13.1.3 PID Derivation Time 0.00...
  • Page 62 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL continued: Parameters des consignes Index Parameter Unit Default Description P3.13.2.5 Setpoint 1 minimum -200.00 200.00 0.00 1069 P3.13.2.6 Setpoint 1 maximum -200.00 200.00 100.00 1070 P3.13.2.7 Sleep Frequency limit 1 0.00 320.00 0.00 1016 P3.13.2.8 Sleep Delay 1...
  • Page 63 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Table 39. Feedback settings Index Parameter Unit Default Description 1 = Only Source1 in use. 2 = SQRT(Source1); (Flow=Constant x SQRT(Pressure)). 3 = SQRT(Source1- Source 2). 4 = SQRT(Source 1) + SQRT P3.13.3.1 Feedback Function (Source 2).
  • Page 64 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Table 40. Feedforward settings Index Parameter Unit Default Description P3.13.4.1 Feedforward Function 1059 See P3.13.3.1. P3.13.4.2 Feedforward Function -1000 1000 100.0 1060 See P3.13.3.2. Feedforward 1 Source P3.13.4.3 1061 See P3.13.3.3. Selection P3.13.4.4 Feedforward 1 Minimum -200.00...
  • Page 65: Group 3.14: Pid Controller 2

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL 5.14 Group 3.14: PID Controller 2 Table 44. Basic settings Index Parameter Unit Default Description 0 = Disabled. P3.143.1.1 Enable PID 0.00 1000.00 100.00 1630 1 = Enabled. P3.14.1.2 Output in Stop 0.00 600.00 1.00 1100 P3.14.1.3...
  • Page 66 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Table 45. Setpoints Index Parameter Unit Default Description P3.14.2.1 Keypad Setpoint 1 Varies Varies Varies 1640 P3.14.2.2 Keypad Setpoint 2 Varies Varies Varies 1641 P3.14.2.3 Setpoint Ramp Time 0.00 300.0 0.00 1642 0 = Not Used.
  • Page 67: Group 3.15: Pump And Fan Cascade

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Table 46. Feedbacks Index Parameter Unit Default Description P3.14.3.1 Feedback Function 1650 See P3.13.3.1. P3.14.3.2 Feedback Function Gain -1000.0 1000.0 100.0 1651 See P3.13.3.2. P3.14.3.3 Feedback 1 Source Selection 1652 See P3.13.3.3. P3.14.3.4 Feedback 1 min.
  • Page 68: Group 3.16: Maintenance Counters

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL 5.16 Group 3.16: Maintenance Counters Table 49. Maintenance counter parameters Index Parameter Unit Default Description 0 = Not used. P3.16.1 Counter 1 Mode 1104 1 = Hours. 2 = Revolutions *1000. P3.16.2 Counter 1 Alarm Limit...
  • Page 69: Group 3.17: Fire Mode

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL 5.17 Group 3.17: Fire Mode Table 50. Fire mode parameters Index Parameter Unit Default Description 1002 = Enabled. P3.17.1 Fire Mode Password 9999 1599 1234 = Test mode. Open = Fire Mode active. DigINSlot0 P3.17.2 Fire Mode Activ. Open 1596 closed = No action.
  • Page 70: Diagnostics Menu

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL DIAGNOSTICS MENU Active Faults When there is a fault or many faults, the display shows the name of the fault and blinks. Press OK to go back to the Diagnostics menu. The submenu Active faults shows the number of faults. To see the fault-time data, select a fault and then press OK.
  • Page 71: Trip Counters

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Trip Counters Table 53. The trip counter parameters in the diagnostics menu Index Parameter Unit Default Description You can reset this counter. In the text display: the highest energy unit that the display shows is MW. If the counted energy exceeds 999.9 MW,...
  • Page 72: I/O And Hardware Menu

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL I/O AND HARDWARE MENU In this menu, there are different settings that are related to the options. Basic I/O In the Basic I/O menu, you can monitor the statuses of the inputs and the outputs. Table 55. The basic I/O parameters in the I/O and Hardware menu...
  • Page 73: Option Board Slots

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Option Board Slots The parameters in this menu are different for all the option boards. You see the parameters of the option board that you installed. If there is no option board in the slots C, D or E, you do not see parameters. See more about the location of the slots in 10.5...
  • Page 74: Power Unit Settings

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Power Unit Settings In this menu, you can change the settings of the fan and the sine filter. The fan operates in the optimized or the always on mode. In the optimized mode, the internal logic of the drive receives data about the temperature and controls the fan speed.
  • Page 75: Keypad

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Keypad Table 61. The keypad parameters in the I/O and Hardware menu Index Parameter Unit Default Description The time after which the display goes back to the page that is set with para- P5.7.1 Timeout Time meter P5.7.2.
  • Page 76: User Settings, Favorites, And User Level Menus

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL USER SETTINGS, FAVORITES, AND USER LEVEL MENUS User Settings Table 62. General settings in the user settings menu Index Parameter Unit Default Description P6.1 Language selections Varies Varies Varies Select the desired language. See Table 63. The parameter back-up M6.5...
  • Page 77: Favorites

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Favorites If you use the same items frequently, you can add them into Favorites. You can collect a set of parameters or monitoring signals from all the keypad menus. It is not necessary to find them in the menu structure one by one. As an alternative, add them into the Favorites folder where it is easy to find them.
  • Page 78 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL REMOVING AN ITEM FROM THE FAVORITES Go to Favorites. STOP READY Favourites Motor Nom Freq Find the item that you want to remove. Press the OK 50.00 Hz button. STOP READY Motor Nom Freq Monitor Select Rem from favorites.
  • Page 79: User Levels

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL User Levels Use the User level parameters to keep the personnel who are not approved from making changes in the parameters. You can also prevent accidental changes in the parameters. When you select a user level, the user cannot see all the parameters on the display of the control panel.
  • Page 80: Monitoring Value Descriptions

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL MONITORING VALUE DESCRIPTIONS This chapter gives you the basic descriptions of all monitoring values. Basic V2.2.1 OUTPUT FREQUENCY (ID 1) This monitoring value indicates the actual output frequency to the motor. V2.2.2 FREQUENCY REFERENCE (ID 25) This monitoring value indicates the actual frequency reference to the motor control.
  • Page 81 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL V2.2.15 Analog OUTPUT 1 (ID 81) This monitoring value indicates the value of the analog output as a percentage of the used range. V2.2.16 MOTOR PREHEAT (ID 1228) This monitoring value indicates the status of the motor preheat function.
  • Page 82: Timer Functions

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL V2.2.30 U PHASE CURRENT (ID 39) This monitoring value indicates the measured phase current of the motor (1s filtering). V2.2.31 V PHASE CURRENT (ID 40) This monitoring value indicates the measured phase current of the motor (1s filtering).
  • Page 83: Pid1 Controller

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL PID1 Controller V2.4.1 PID1 SETPOINT (ID 20) This monitoring value indicates the value of the PID setpoint signal in process units. You can use the parameter P3.13.1.4 to select the process unit (See 10.13.1 Basic Settings).
  • Page 84: Maintenance Counters

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Maintenance Counters V2.7.1 MAINTENANCE COUNTER 1 (ID 1101) This monitoring value indicates the status of the maintenance counter. V2.7.1 MAINTENANCE COUNTER 2 (ID 1102) This monitoring value indicates the status of the maintenance counter. V2.7.3 MAINTENANCE COUNTER 1 (ID 1103) This monitoring value indicates the status of the maintenance counter.
  • Page 85 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL V2.8.11 FB STATUS WORD (ID 864) This monitoring value indicates the status of the fieldbus status word that the application uses in bypass mode. Depending on the fieldbus type or profile, the data can be modified before it is sent to the fieldbus.
  • Page 86: Parameter Descriptions

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL PARAMETER DESCRIPTIONS In this chapter, you can find information on all the parameters of your HVAC400 application. If other information is necessary, see Parameters MENU or contact your nearest distributor. 10.1 Motor Settings 10.1.1 Motor Nameplate Parameters P3.1.1.1 MOTOR NOMINAL VOLTAGE (ID 110)
  • Page 87 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL If the cable that connects the motor and the drive has a motor switch, you can use the Motor Switch function. The operation of the motor switch makes sure that the motor is isolated from the voltage source and does not start during the servicing.
  • Page 88 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL P3.1.2.7 U/F RATIO (ID 108) Selection Selection name Description number The voltage of the motor changes linearly as a function of the output frequency. The voltage changes from the value of P3.1.2.3 (Zero Frequency Voltage) to the value of...
  • Page 89 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL P3.1.2.9 UNDERVOLTAGE CONTROLLER (ID 608) You can use this parameter to set the undervoltage controller out of operation. When you enable P3.1.2.8 or P3.1.2.9, the controllers start to monitor the changes in the supply voltage. The controllers change the output frequency if it becomes too high or too low.
  • Page 90 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL U (V) 100% 200% f (Hz) Fig. 11. Adjusting the stator voltage Legend Field weakening point voltage. Zero frequency voltage. Zero frequency voltage (50…200%). Motor nominal frequency. Back EMF. Field Weakening Point. Motor nominal voltage. P3.1.2.13 I/F START (ID 534) You can use this parameter to enable the I/f Start function.
  • Page 91 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL NOTE: Before running the identification process, information from the motor nameplate must be set in the drive. Selection Selection name Description number No action Identification will not be performed. The identification process performs without running the motor. The motor is supplied ID no run with voltage and current but always at frequency zero.
  • Page 92: Start/Stop Parameters

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL 10.2 Start/Stop Parameters P3.2.1 REMOTE CONTROL PLACE (ID 172) You can use this parameter to select the remote control place (start/stop). You can use this parameter to change back to remote control from PC, for example if the control panel is broken.
  • Page 93 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL P3.2.5 STOP FUNCTION (ID 506) You can use this parameter to select the type of the stop function. P3.2.5 STOP FUNCTION (ID 506) Selection Selection name Description number The motor stops on its inertia. When the Stop command is given, the control by the Coasting drive stops and the current from the drive goes to 0.
  • Page 94 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL P3.2.6 I/O START/STOP LOGIC 0 (ID 300) Selection Selection name Description number The functions activate when the contacts are CLOSED. Forw-BACK CS 1 = Start/stop forward. CS 2 = Start/stop backwards. 0 Hz 10 11 12 13 Fig.
  • Page 95 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Suite: I/O START/STOP LOGIC 1 Selection number Selection name Description CS1 = Start impulse forward edge if CS2 is CLOSED. Forw-BACK CS2 = Stop impulse. 0 Hz Fig. 13. I/O A Start/stop logic = 1 Legend...
  • Page 96 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Suite: I/O START/STOP LOGIC 2 Selection number Selection name Description You can use this function to prevent an accidental start. Before you can start the motor again, you must open the start/stop contact. Forw-STOP (edge) CS1 = Start/stop forward (edge)
  • Page 97 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Suite: I/O START/STOP LOGIC 3 Selection number Selection name Description CS1 = Start/stop forward. Forw-BACK (edge) CS2 = Start backwards if CS1 = CLOSED. 0 Hz 9 10 11 12 Fig. 15. E/S A Start/stop logic = 3...
  • Page 98 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Suite: I/O START/STOP LOGIC 4 Selection number Selection name Description You can use this function to prevent an accidental start. Before you can start the motor again, you will have to open the start/stop contact. Start-REV CS1 = Start/stop forward.
  • Page 99 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Suite: I/O START/STOP LOGIC Selection number Selection name Description Special start mode where no separate start signal is needed. Increasing the value of AI1 will act as a Start command. AI1 threshold (P3.2.8) described in the figure below creates a safety margin to AI1 Start Threshold prevent unintentional starts.
  • Page 100: References

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL RESTART MODE Selection number Selection name Description A rising edge is necessary Restart after power-off disabled. State Restart after power-off enabled. P3.2.10 KEYPAD STOP BUTTON (ID 114) You can use this parameter to enable the keypad stop button. When this function is enabled, a press of keypad stop button always stops the drive (regardless of the control place).
  • Page 101: Preset Frequencies

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL P3.3.8 KEYPAD REFERENCE COPY (ID 181) You can use this parameter to set the selection of copy settings when you go from Remote to Local (keypad) control. P3.3.9 FIELDBUS CONTROL REFERENCE SELECTION (ID 122) You can use this parameter to select the reference source when the control place is Fieldbus.
  • Page 102: Motor Potentiometer Parameters

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL P3.3.17 PRESET FREQUENCY 6 (ID 129) You can use this parameter to set the preset frequency reference when the preset frequencies function is used. Select the preset frequencies with the digital input signals. P3.3.18 PRESET FREQUENCY 7 (ID 130) You can use this parameter to set the preset frequency reference when the preset frequencies function is used.
  • Page 103: Ramps And Brakes Set-Up

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL RESETTING THE POTENTIOMETER Selection number Selection name Description The last motor potentiometer frequency reference is kept through the No reset stop state and kept in memory if a power-down occurs. The motor potentiometer frequency reference is set to 0 when the Stop state drive goes to the stop state, or when the drive is powered down.
  • Page 104 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL P3.4.3 DECELERATION TIME 1 (ID 104) You can use this parameter to set the time that is necessary for the output frequency to decrease from maximum frequency to zero frequency. P3.4.4 RAMP 2 THRESHOLD (ID 526) You can use this parameter to set the output frequency limit above which the Ramp 2 is used.
  • Page 105 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL ID103, ID104 ID500 ID500 Fig. 20. The acceleration/deceleration curve (S-shaped) P3.4.6 ACCELERATION TIME 2 (ID 502) You can use this parameter to set the time that is necessary for the output frequency to increase from zero frequency to maximum frequency.
  • Page 106 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL [Hz] t [s] Fig. 21. Ramp Time Optimizer Legend Maximum frequency. New deceleration time (Old optimizing percentage). Old deceleration time. P3.4.9 RAMP TIME OPT. %-STEP (ID 1809) You can use this parameter to set the step range of acceleration/deceleration ramp for ramp time optimizer to increase the ramp when the limit is reached.
  • Page 107 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL P3.4.15 FREQUENCY TO START DC BRAKING AT RAMP STOP (ID 515) You can use this parameter to set the output frequency at which the DC braking starts. P3.4.16 FLUX BRAKING (ID 520) You can use this parameter to enable the Flux Braking function.
  • Page 108: I/O Configuration

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL 10.5 I/O Configuration 10.5.1 Programming Digital and Analog Inputs The programming of inputs of the HVAC drive is flexible. You can freely use the available inputs of the standard and optional I/O for different functions. Use the formats below to give the value for the programmable parameters: •...
  • Page 109 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Example: STOP READY Digital Inputs ID: 405 P3.5.1.7 Ext Fault Close DigINSlotA.3 Ext Fault Open DigINSlot0.2 Fault Reset Close DigINSlotA.6 Fig. 23. The digital inputs menu in the graphical display Legend Name and function of the parameter.
  • Page 110 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL PROGRAMMING IN THE GRAPHICAL DISPLAY STOP READY Digital Inputs ID: 405 P3.5.1.7 Ext Fault Close Select a parameter. To go into the Edit mode, push the DigINSlotA.3 RIGHT arrow button. Ext Fault Open DigINSlot0.2 Fault Reset Close DigINSlotA.6...
  • Page 111: Digital Inputs

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL STOP READY At least one digital input has If the digital input DI6 is already in use for some other been selected to several function, a message will appear in the display. operations. To prevent possible unwanted...
  • Page 112 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL P3.5.1.4 CONTROL SIGNAL 2 B (ID 424) You can use this parameter to select the digital input signal (Control Signal 2) that starts and stops the drive when the control place is I/O B. P3.5.1.5 I/O B CONTROL FORCE (ID 425) You can use this parameter to select the digital input signal that switches the control place from I/O A to I/O B.
  • Page 113 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL P3.5.1.14 MOTOR PREHEAT ON (ID 1044) You can use this parameter to select the digital input signal that activates Motor Preheat function. The Motor Preheat function feeds DC-current to the motor when the drive is in the stop state.
  • Page 114 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL P3.5.1.27 MOTOR 2 INTERLOCK (ID 427) You can use this parameter to select the digital input signal that is used as interlock signal for the Pump and Fan Cascade system. P3.5.1.28 MOTOR 3 INTERLOCK (ID 428) You can use this parameter to select the digital input signal that is used as interlock signal for the Pump and Fan Cascade system.
  • Page 115: Analog Inputs

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL P3.5.1.42 FIELDBUS CONTROL (ID 411) You can use this parameter to select the digital input signal that switches the control place and the frequency reference source to Fieldbus (from I/O A, I/O B, or Local control).
  • Page 116 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL P3.5.2.6 AI1 SIGNAL INVERSION (ID 387) You can use this parameter to invert the analog input signal. EN2B-0417GE51 R0719...
  • Page 117: Digital Outputs

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL 10.5.4 Digital Outputs P3.5.3.2.1 BASIC RO1 FUNCTION (ID 11001) You can use this parameter to select a function or a signal that is connected to the relay output. Table 68. The output signals through RO1 Selection number Selection name...
  • Page 118 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL continued: The output signals through RO1 Selection number Selection name Description Reserved PID1 supervision limits The feedback value of PID1 controller is not in the supervision limits. PID2 supervision limits The feedback value of PID2 controller is not in the supervision limits.
  • Page 119: Analog Outputs

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL 10.5.5 Analog Outputs P3.5.4.1.1 AO1 FUNCTION (ID 10050) You can use this parameter to select a function or a signal that is connected to the analog output. Table 69. P3.5.4.1.1 AO1 FUNCTION (ID 10050) Selection number Selection name...
  • Page 120: Fieldbus Data

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL P3.5.4.1.5 AO1 MAXIMUM SCALE (ID 10054) You can use this parameter to scale the analog output signal. The scaling values (min and max) are given in the process unit that is specified by the selection of the AO function.
  • Page 121: Prohibit Frequencies

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL For example, value 25.5 on the display equals 255. P3.6.4 FB DATAOUT 4 SELECTION (ID 855) You can use this parameter to select the data that is sent to the fieldbus with the ID number of the parameter or monitor value.
  • Page 122 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL In some processes, it may be necessary to avoid some frequencies because they cause mechanical resonance. P3.7.4 PROHIBIT FREQUENCY RANGE 2 HIGH LIMIT (ID 512) You can use this parameter to prevent the drive operating on the prohibited frequencies.
  • Page 123 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL [Hz] t [s] Fig. 26. The parameter Ramp Time Factor Legend High Lim. Ramp Time Factor = 0.3. Low Lim. Ramp Time Factor = 2.5. P3.7.8 RESOSWEEP RAMP (ID 1812) You can use this parameter to set how fast the resonance sweep sweeps through the frequency range.
  • Page 124 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL P3.7.9 RESONANCE SWEEP (ID 1811) You can use this parameter to activate the Resonance Sweep function. The anti-resonance function slowly sweeps through frequencies from MinFreq to MaxFreq and back to MinFreq with the ramp times set with this parameter. During this sweep, press the OK-button every time passing a resonance range in order to tag where the range starts and ends.
  • Page 125: Limit Supervisions

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL 10.8 Limit Supervisions P3.8.1 SUPERVISION #1 ITEM SELECTION (ID 1431) You can use this parameter to select the supervision value. P3.8.2 SUPERVISION #1 MODE (ID 1432) You can use this parameter to set the supervision mode.
  • Page 126: Protections

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL 10.9 Protections P3.9.1 RESPONSE TO Analog INPUT LOW FAULT (ID 700) You can use this parameter to select the response of the drive to an 'AI Low' fault. If the analog input signal becomes less than 50% of the minimum signal for 500ms, an AI Low fault occurs.
  • Page 127 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL If the motor thermal protection function detects that the temperature of the motor is too high, a motor overtemperature fault occurs. P3.9.7 MOTOR AMBIENT TEMPERATURE FACTOR (ID 705) You can use this parameter to set the ambient temperature where the motor is installed.
  • Page 128: Motor Stall Protection

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL The bigger the motor, the longer the time constant. In different motors, the motor thermal time constant is different. It also changes between different motor manufacturers. The default value of the parameter changes from dimension to dimension.
  • Page 129 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL NOTE: If you use long motor cables (max. 100 m) with small drives (≤ 1.5 kW (≤ 2.0 hp)), the motor current that the drive measures can be much higher than the actual motor current. This is because there are capacitive currents in the motor cable.
  • Page 130: Underload (Dry Pump) Protection

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL NOTE: For a stall state to occur, the output frequency must be below this limit for a certain time. 10.9.3 Underload (Dry Pump) Protection The motor underload protection makes sure that there is a load on the motor when the drive operates. If the motor loses the load, a problem can occur in the process.
  • Page 131 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL ID714 ID715 5 Hz Fig. 31. Setting of the minimum load Legend Torque. Field weakening point. Underload area. P3.9.17 UNDERLOAD PROTECTION: ZERO FREQUENCY LOAD (ID 715) You can use this parameter to set the minimum torque that the motor needs when the output frequency of the drive is 0.
  • Page 132 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL ID716 Fig. 32. The Underload time counter function Legend Trip area. Underload. Trip / warning ID713. No underload. P3.9.19 RESPONSE TO FIELDBUS COMMUNICATION FAULT (ID 733) You can use this parameter to select the response of the drive to a 'Fieldbus Timeout' fault.
  • Page 133: Automatic Reset

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL If the PID feedback value is not within the supervision limits for longer than the supervision delay, a PID supervision fault occurs. P3.9.25 TEMPERATURE SIGNAL 1 (ID 739) You can use this parameter to select the temperature input signals that are supervised.
  • Page 134 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Fig. 33. The Automatic reset function: (ID759 = 2)) Legend Fault trigger. Wait time ID717. Alarm. Reset 1. Autoreset. Reset 2. Trial time. Trial time ID718 Fault active. P3.10.6 AUTORESET: UNDERVOLTAGE (ID 720) You can use this parameter to enable the automatic reset after an undervoltage fault.
  • Page 135: Application Settings

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL P3.10.13 AUTORESET: UNDERLOAD FAULT (ID 738) You can use this parameter to enable the automatic reset after an underload fault. P3.10.14 AUTORESET: PID SUPERVISION FAULT (ID 15538) You can use this parameter to select if autoreset is permitted for the fault.
  • Page 136 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Fig. 34. Assigning intervals and timers to time channels is flexible. Every interval and timer has a parameter with which you can assign them to a time channel Legend P │ Assign to channel. C1…3 Timer 1…3.
  • Page 137 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Fig. 35. The activation signal comes from a digital input or a virtual digital input, like a time channel. The timer counts down from the falling edge Legend Remaining time. Duration. Activation. OUT. Example: Problem: The HVAC drive is in a warehouse and controls air conditioning. It must operate between 7 am and 5 pm on weekdays and between 9 am and 1 pm on weekends.
  • Page 138 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL P3.12.1.5: Assign to channel: TimeChannel1. Interval 2 P3.12.2.1: ON Time: 09:00:00. P3.12.2.2: OFF Time: 13:00:00. P3.12.2.3: From Day: Saturday. P3.12.2.4: To Day: Sunday. P3.12.2.5: Assign to channel: TimeChannel1. Timer 1 You can start the motor with digital input 4 on slot A during times other than those specified with the intervals. In this case, the timer specifies the duration that the motor runs.
  • Page 139: Pid Controller 1

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL P3.12.1.2 OFF TIME (ID 1465) You can use this parameter to set the time of day when the output of the interval function is deactivated. P3.12.1.3 FROM DAY (ID 1466) You can use this parameter to set the day when the output of the interval function is activated.
  • Page 140 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL For example, an analog signal of 4...20 mA corresponds to the pressure of 0...10 bar. P3.13.1.6 PROCESS UNIT MAX (ID 1034) You can use this parameter to set the maximum value of the PID feedback signal.
  • Page 141: Setpoints

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL 10.13.2 Setpoints P3.13.2.1 KEYPAD SETPOINT 1 (ID 167) You can use this parameter to set the setpoint value of the PID controller when the setpoint source is Keypad SP. The value of this parameter is given in the selected process unit.
  • Page 142 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Fig. 38. Wake-up Mode: absolute level Legend Setpoint. Wake-up level. PID setpoint. Fig. 39. Wake-up Mode: relative setpoint Legend Setpoint. Wake-up level. PID setpoint. P3.13.2.10 SETPOINT 1 BOOST (ID 1071) You can use this parameter to set the multiplier for the setpoint boost function.
  • Page 143: Feedback

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL When the Setpoint boost command is given, the setpoint value is multiplied with the factor that is set with this parameter. The parameter is linked to P3.5.1.22. 10.13.3 Feedback P3.13.3.1 FEEDBACK FUNCTION (ID 333) You can use this parameter to select if the feedback value is taken from a single signal or combined from two signals.
  • Page 144: Process Supervision

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Fig. 40. The feedforward control Legend Level ref. Level control. FFW. Outflow control. P3.13.4.2 FEEDFORWARD GAIN (ID 1060) You can use this parameter to adjust the gain of the feedforward signal. P3.13.4.3 FEEDFORWARD 1 SOURCE SELECTION (ID 1061) You can use this parameter to select the source of the PID feedforward signal.
  • Page 145 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL P3.13.5.1 ENABLE PROCESS SUPERVISION (ID 735) Fig. 41. The Feedback supervision function Legend Upper limit (ID736). Delay (ID737). Lower limit (ID758). Regulating mode. Reference. Alarm or fault. Actual value. You can use this parameter to enable the feedback supervision function.
  • Page 146: Pressure Loss Compensation

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL 10.13.6 Pressure Loss Compensation When you pressurize a long pipe that has many outlets, the best position for the sensor is in the middle of the pipe (the position 2 in the figure). You can also put the sensor directly after the pump. This gives the right pressure directly after the pump, but farther in the pipe, the pressure drops with the flow.
  • Page 147: Soft Fill

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Fig. 43. Enable setpoint 1 for pressure loss compensation Legend Setpoint. No flow. Setpoint + max. compensation. With flow and compensation. Setpoint. Pipe length. Min. frequency and flow. Position 1. Max. frequency and flow. Position 2.
  • Page 148: Pid Controller 2

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL soft fill function is set to 'Enabled, Timeout', the drive operates at the soft fill frequency until the time set by this parameter expires. If you selected the option Enabled (Timeout) in parameter P3.13.7.1 Soft Fill Function, parameter Soft Fill Timeout gives the quantity of time that the drive operates at the constant soft fill frequency (P3.13.7.2 Soft Fill Frequency)
  • Page 149 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL 0 Hz Fig. 44. The Pump and Fan Cascade function Legend Bandwidth. Delay. Feedback. Setpoint. OFF. When to connect and/or add motors: • The feedback value is not in the bandwidth area. • The regulating motor operates at a close to maximum frequency (-2 Hz).
  • Page 150 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL If not, the Pump and Fan Cascade logic will not connect it. Fig. 45. The interlock logic 1 Legend Starting order of motors. The sequence of the motors is 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. If you remove the interlock of Motor 3, that is, you set the value of P3.5.1.28 is set to OPEN, the sequence changes to 1, 2, 4, 5.
  • Page 151 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Fig. 47. The interlock logic 3 Legend New starting order of motors. When the system stops or goes to sleep mode for the next time, the sequence changes back to 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. P3.15.3 INCLUDE FC (ID 1028) You can use this parameter to include the controlled motor/pump in the autochange and interlock system.
  • Page 152 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL Fig. 48. Selection 0 Legend Mains. Motor 2 control from relay. Motor 1 control from relay. Motor 3 control from relay. Not used. EN2B-0417GE51 R0719...
  • Page 153 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL SELECTION 1, ENABLED To include the regulating motor in the autochange or in the interlock logic, follow the instructions in the figure below. One relay controls each motor. The contactor logic always connects the first motor to the drive, and the next motors to the mains.
  • Page 154 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL To adjust the intervals of the autochange, use P3.15.5 Autochange Interval. You can set the maximum number of motors that can operate with parameter Autochange: Motor Limit (P3.15.7). You can also set the maximum frequency of the regulating motor (Autochange: Frequency Limit P3.15.6).
  • Page 155: Maintenance Counters

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL ID1098 ID1098 ID1097 0 Hz Fig. 50. The start or stop of the auxiliary pumps (P3.15.8 = Bandwidth, P3.14.9 = Bandwidth delay) Legend The number pumps that operate increases or The pump that controls the system operates at a decreases, if the PID controller cannot keep the process frequency that is near the maximum (-2Hz).
  • Page 156: Fire Mode

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL A maintenance counter tells you that the maintenance must be done when the counter value goes above the set limit. P3.16.2 COUNTER 1 ALARM LIMIT (ID 1105) You can use this parameter to set the alarm limit for the maintenance counter.
  • Page 157 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL NOTE: If Fire mode is enabled, and you give the correct password to the parameter Fire Mode Password, all the Fire mode parameters become locked. To change the Fire mode parameters, first change the value of P3.17.1 Fire Mode Password to 0.
  • Page 158: Kwh Pulse Output

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL If it is necessary for the motor to operate always FORWARD or always REVERSE in Fire Mode, make a selection of the correct digital input. DigIn Slot0.1 = always FORWARD DigIn Slot0.2 = always REVERSE P3.17.7 FIRE MODE PRESET FREQUENCY 1 (ID 15535) You can use this parameter to set the preset frequency for Fire Mode.
  • Page 159: Fault Tracing

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL FAULT TRACING When the control diagnostics of the HVAC drive find an unusual condition in the operation of the drive, the drive shows a notification about it. You can see the notification on the display of the control panel. The display shows the code, the name and a short description of the fault or alarm.
  • Page 160: Fault History

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL STOP READY Reset faults M4.2 Reset faults Reset faults. Help 11.2 Fault History In the Fault history, you can find more data on the faults. There is a maximum number of 40 faults in the Fault history.
  • Page 161: Fault Codes

    HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL 11.3 Fault Codes Table 70. Fault codes Fault code Fault ID Fault name Possible cause Remedy Overcurrent (hardware Its cause can be one of these. fault) Check the loading. • a sudden heavy load increase; Check the motor.
  • Page 162 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL continued: Fault codes Fault code Fault ID Fault name Possible cause Remedy There is no communication between the control board and the power. Communication between the near to you. control board and the power unit has interference but is still working (ALARM).
  • Page 163 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL continued: Fault codes Fault Fault ID Fault name Possible cause Remedy code Software error. Download the latest software from the Invalid function block is used in Honeywell site http://hwll.co/inverter . the application. The system Update the drive with it.
  • Page 164 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL continued: Fault codes Fault code Fault ID Fault name Possible cause Remedy drive overtemperature Check the actual quantity and flow of (fault, heatsink) cooling air. Too high a temperature in the drive overtemperature heatsink of the power unit or in Examine the heatsink for dust.
  • Page 165 HVAC400X – APPLICATION MANUAL continued: Fault codes Fault code Fault ID Fault name Possible cause Remedy An option board was removed The device is not available. Reset the Device removed from the slot. fault. An unknown device was Device unknown connected (the power unit / The device is not available.
  • Page 166 This decreases also the output frequency.   Manufactured for and on behalf of the Connected Building Division of Honeywell Products and Solutions SARL, Z.A. La Pièce, 16, 1180 Rolle, Switzerland by its Authorized Representative: Home and Building Technologies Honeywell GmbH Böblinger Strasse 17...