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PACMotion VFD
AC Variable Speed Drive
User Guide
0.75 - 250 kW / 1 - 350 HP
200 - 600 V Single and 3 Phase Input
GFK-3111A
February 2020

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  • Page 1 PACMotion VFD AC Variable Speed Drive User Guide 0.75 - 250 kW / 1 - 350 HP 200 - 600 V Single and 3 Phase Input GFK-3111A February 2020...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Declaration of Conformity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Keypad and Display Operation .
  • Page 3 Declaration of Conformity Emerson hereby states that the PACMotion VFD product range conforms to the relevant safety provisions of the following council directives: 2014/30/EU (EMC) and 2014/35/EU (LVD) Designed and manufacture is in accordance with the following harmonised European standards:...
  • Page 4 Emerson reserves the right to modify or improve the designs or specifications of the products mentioned in this manual at any time without notice. Emerson does not assume responsibility for the selection, use or maintenance of any product. Responsibility for proper selection, use and maintenance of any Emerson product remains solely with the purchaser.
  • Page 5: Quick Start Up

    Quick Start Up Important Safety Information Please read the IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION below, and all Warning and Caution information elsewhere. WARNING Danger: Indicates a risk of electric shock, which, if not avoided, could result in damage to the equipment and possible injury or death . This variable speed drive product (PACMotion VFD) is intended for professional incorporation into complete equipment or systems as part of a fixed installation.
  • Page 6 Do not attempt to carry out any repair of the PACMotion VFD. In the case of suspected fault or malfunction, contact your local Emerson Sales Partner for further assistance. Do not operate the drive with any of the enclosure covers removed.
  • Page 7: Quick Start Process

    Quick Start Process Table 3: Quick Start Process Step Action See Section Page Identify the Model Type and ratings of your drive Identifying the Drive by Model Number from the model code on the label. In particular: Understanding the Rating Label - Check the voltage rating suits the incoming supply Drive Model Numbers –...
  • Page 8: General Information And Ratings

    General Information and Ratings Identifying the Drive by Model Number The model number of each PACMotion VFD is constructed according to the following system: Figure 1: Identifying the Drive by Model Number IC866 - 0015 - 4 1 - 2 Product name: Catalog Suffix: PACMotion VFD...
  • Page 9: Product Rating Label Location

    Product Rating Label Location All PACMotion VFD models carry a rating label, which can be located as follows: Figure 2: IP20 Models Figure 3: IP55 Models Figure 4: IP66 Models On right hand side when viewed On right hand side when viewed from the front.
  • Page 10: Drive Model Numbers - Ip20

    Drive Model Numbers – IP20 Mechanical Dimensions and Mounting information are shown in section Figure 7: IP20 Weights and Dimensions on page 15. Electrical Specifications are shown in section Input/Output Power and Current Ratings on page 84. Table 4: Drive Model Numbers – IP20 200-240V ±10% - 1 Phase Input Drive Model Number kW HP Output Current (A) Frame Size...
  • Page 11: Drive Model Numbers - Ip55

    Drive Model Numbers – IP55 Mechanical dimensions and mounting information are shown from section Figure 8: IP55 Weights and Dimensions on page 16. Electrical specifications are shown in section Input/Output Power and Current Ratings on page 84. Table 5: Drive Model Numbers – IP55 200-240V ±10% - 3 Phase Input Drive Model Number kW HP Output Current (A) Frame Size...
  • Page 12: Drive Model Numbers - Ip66

    Drive Model Numbers – IP66 Mechanical dimensions and mounting information are shown from section Figure 9: IP66 Units Weights and Dimensions on page 17. Electrical specifications are shown in section Input/Output Power and Current Ratings on page 84. Table 6: Drive Model Numbers – IP66 200-240V ±10% - 1 Phase Input Drive Model Number kW HP Output Current (A) Frame Size...
  • Page 13: Mechanical Installation

    Mechanical Installation General • The PACMotion VFD should be mounted in a vertical position only, on a flat, flame resistant, vibration free mounting using the integral mounting holes or DIN Rail clip (Frame Size 2 only). • Do not mount flammable material close to the PACMotion VFD. •...
  • Page 14: Installation Following A Period Of Storage

    Installation Following a Period of Storage Where the drive has been stored for some time prior to installation, or has remained without the main power supply present for an extended period of time, it is necessary to reform the DC capacitors within the drive according to the following table before operation.
  • Page 15: Mechanical Dimensions And Weight

    Mechanical Dimensions and Weight Figure 7: IP20 Weights and Dimensions Table 8: IP20 Weights and Dimensions Drive Size Weight 8.70 4.33 7.28 8.23 2.48 10.28 5.16 8.07 9.72 3.15 16.46 6.77 9.45 15.75 4.92 20.3 19.13 9.17 10.24 18.11 6.89 18.1 39.9 24.17...
  • Page 16 Figure 8: IP55 Weights and Dimensions Table 10: IP55 Weights and Dimensions Drive Size Weight 17.72 6.73 9.92 16.85 4.33 11.5 25.4 21.26 9.25 10.63 515 20.28 6.89 50.7 34.06 12.99 12.99 830 32.68 7.87 121.2 1280 50.39 12.99 14.17 1245 49.02 7.87 196.2...
  • Page 17 Figure 9: IP66 Units Weights and Dimensions Table 12: IP66 Units Weights and Dimensions Drive Size Weight 10.12 7.40 9.41 7.87 7.01 10.6 12.20 8.29 10.47 252 9.90 7.87 16.8 Table 13: IP66 Mounting Bolts and Tightening Torques Mounting Bolts Tightening Torques Frame Size Metric...
  • Page 18: Guidelines For Enclosure Mounting (Ip20 Units)

    • High moisture, salt or chemical content environments should use a suitably sealed (non-vented) enclosure. The enclosure design and layout should ensure that the adequate ventilation paths and clearances are left to allow air to circulate through the drive heatsink. Emerson recommend the following minimum sizes for drives mounted in non-ventilated metallic enclosures:...
  • Page 19: Mounting The Drive - Ip20 Units

    Mounting the Drive – IP20 Units • IP20 Units are intended for installation within a control cabinet. • When mounting with screws: Using the drive as a template, or the dimensions shown above, mark the locations for drilling. Ensure that when mounting locations are drilled, the dust from drilling does not enter the drive. Mount the drive to the cabinet backplate using suitable mounting screws.
  • Page 20: Guidelines For Mounting (Ip55 Units)

    Guidelines for Mounting (IP55 Units) • Before mounting the drive, ensure that the chosen location meets the environmental condition requirements for the drive shown in section Environmental on page 84. • The drive must be mounted vertically, on a suitable flat surface. •...
  • Page 21: Guidelines For Mounting (Ip66 Units)

    Guidelines for Mounting (IP66 Units) • Before mounting the drive, ensure that the chosen location meets the environmental condition requirements for the drive shown in section Environmental on page 84. • The drive must be mounted vertically, on a suitable flat surface. •...
  • Page 22: Removing The Terminal Cover

    Removing the Terminal Cover Figure 13: Frame Sizes 2 & 3 Figure 14: Terminal Cover Release Screws Using a suitable flat blade screwdriver, rotate retaining screws indicated by arrows until the screw slot is vertical. Figure 15: Frame Size 4 Figure 16: Frame Size 5 Figure 17: Frame Sizes 6 &...
  • Page 23: Electrical Installation

    Electrical Installation Connection Diagram All power terminal locations are marked directly on the product. IP20 Frame Size 2 – 4 units have AC power input located at the top with the motor and brake resistor connections located at the bottom. All other units have power terminals located at the bottom.
  • Page 24 Figure 19: Electrical Power Connections – IP66 (NEMA 4X) Switched Models Mains (1 or 3 phase) Incoming Power Connection Additional information on page 26 L1/L L2/N L3 Protective Earth PE Connection Additional information on page 25 Fuses/Circuit Breaker Additional information on page 26 External Line Reactor Additional information on page 27 External EMC Filter (optional)
  • Page 25: Protective Earth (Pe) Connection

    Protective Earth (PE) Connection Grounding Guidelines Adequate safety earthing must be provided in accordance with local wiring rules and codes of practice. The ground terminal of each PACMotion VFD should be connected back to the common safety earth bar to maintain touch potentials within safe limits. The ground terminal of each PACMotion VFD should be individually connected DIRECTLY to the site ground bus bar (through the EMC filter if installed).
  • Page 26: Incoming Power Connection

    Incoming Power Connection NOTE For IP20 Frame Size 8 it is important that the input supply phase orientation is correct, i.e. L1>L1, L2>L2, L3>L3, failure to do so will result in a “Ph-Seq” trip. WARNING Ensure there is at least 30 seconds between each power-on. Suitability All PACMotion VFD models are designed for use on a single phase or balanced three phase supply depending on the model.
  • Page 27: Operation Of 3 Phase Drives From A Single Phase

    Operation with DC Power Supply or Common DC Bus PACMotion VFD models provide terminals to directly connect to the DC Bus for applications which require this. For further information on using the DC Bus connections, please refer to your Emerson sales Partner. Motor Connection •...
  • Page 28: Motor Terminal Box Connections

    Motor Terminal Box Connections Most general purpose motors are wound for operation on dual voltage supplies. This is indicated on the nameplate of the motor. This operational voltage is normally selected when installing the motor by selecting either STAR or DELTA connection. STAR always gives the higher of the two voltage ratings. Table 17: Motor Terminal Box Connections Incoming Supply Voltage Motor Nameplate Voltages...
  • Page 29 Software protection against brake resistor overload is carried out within the drive. For correct protection of the brake resistor, the following settings are required: • Set P1-14 = 201 (where 201 is the default password setting for advanced parameter access). •...
  • Page 30: Control Terminal Wiring

    Control Terminal Wiring • All analog signal cables should be suitably shielded. Twisted pair cables are recommended. • Power and Control Signal cables should be routed separately where possible, and must not be routed parallel to each other. • Signal levels of different voltages e.g. 24 Volt DC and 110 Volt AC, should not be routed in the same cable. •...
  • Page 31 Table 18: Control Connections Default Function Sec . Page Open Closed On-board +24 V DC Supply (100 mA) +24 V DC 24 Volt DC Input / Output 4.10.1 32 or External 24 V DC Input DI 1 Digital Input 1 (Run Enable) STOP 4.10.2 32 DI 2...
  • Page 32: Control Terminal Connections

    Control Terminal Connections Example connection schematics are provided in section Example Connection Schematics on page 52. +24 V DC Input / Output When the mains power is applied to the drive, terminal 1 provides a +24 V DC output, maximum load 100 mA.
  • Page 33: Motor Thermal Overload Protection

    Analog Outputs Two analog outputs are available, and may be used for 0 – 10 Volt Signal (max load 20 mA), 0 – 20 mA, 4 – 20 mA or a digital +24 Volt DC, 20 mA output. The parameters to select function and format are as follows. Table 19: Analog Output Function &...
  • Page 34: Emc Compliant Installation

    EMC Compliant Installation Figure 26: Recommended Installation for EMC Compliance Control cables Twisted-Pair shielded Mounting plate cables for analog with conductive control and motor service feedback signals. ≥ 100mm For Best-Practice use 360° bonding EMC cable gland shielded to motor chassis. U V W PE Fuse / Cable shield exposed...
  • Page 35 General Compliance with category C1 conducted emissions only is achieved. Supply Cable A screened (shielded) cable suitable for fixed installation with the relevant mains voltage in use. Braided or twisted type screened cable where the screen covers at least 85% of the cable surface area, designed with low impedance to HF signals.
  • Page 36: Safe Torque Off

    Safe Torque Off Safe Torque Off will be referred to as “STO” through the remainder of this section. Responsibilities The overall system designer is responsible for defining the requirements of the overall “Safety Control System” within which the drive will be incorporated; furthermore the system designer is responsible for ensuring that the complete system is risk assessed and that the “Safety control System”...
  • Page 37 Table 22: “STO” Fault Codes Fault Code Code Number Description Corrective Action A fault has been detected within either of Refer to your Emerson Sales “Sto-F” the internal channels of the “STO” circuit. Partner GFK-3111A PACMotion VFD AC Variable Speed Drive User Guide...
  • Page 38 “STO” Function Response Time The total response time is the time from a safety related event occurring to the components (sum of) within the system responding and becoming safe. (Stop Category 0 in accordance with IEC 60204-1). • The response time from the “STO” inputs being de-energised to the output of the drive being in a state that will not produce torque in the motor (“STO”...
  • Page 39 External Power Supply Specification Table 23: External Power Supply Specification Voltage Rating (Nominal) 24 V DC STO Logic High 18-30 V DC (Safe torque off in standby) Current Consumption (Maximum) 100 mA Safety Relay Specification The safety relay should be chosen so that at minimum it meets the safety standards that the drive meets. Table 24: Safety Relay Specification Standard Requirements SIL2 or PLd SC3 or better (With Forcibly guided Contacts)
  • Page 40: Keypad And Display Operation

    Keypad and Display Operation The drive is configured and its operation monitored via the keypad and display. Keypad and Display Layout Control Keypad provides access to the drive parameters, and also allows control of the drive when Keypad Mode is selected in P1-12. Figure 29: Keypad and Display Layout IP20 &...
  • Page 41: Selecting The Language On The Tft And Oled Display

    Selecting the Language on the TFT and OLED Display Select Language Select Language STOP Español Español Deutsch Deutsch 15 kW 400 V 3 Ph English English Hold down the Use the Up and Press the Navigate Start and Up keys Down arrows to button to select.
  • Page 42: Changing Parameters

    Changing Parameters TFT and OLED Display : Stop Stop P1-01 P1-08 30.0 A P1-08 15 kW 400 V 3 Ph 50 .0 Hz 30 .0 A P1-08 30 .0 3 .0 30 .0 A 15 kW 400 V 3 Ph Press and hold the Use the up Press the Navigate...
  • Page 43: Resetting The Drive Following A Trip

    Resetting the Drive Following a Trip PACMotion VFD has many protection features, designed to protect both the drive and motor from accidental damage. When any of these protection features are activated, the drive will trip, and display a fault message. The fault messages are listed in section Fault Messages on page 90.
  • Page 44 Setting a Parameter to the Minimum Value TFT and OLED Display : Maximum frequency/Speed limit Maximum frequency/Speed limit 1500 rpm 0 rpm P1-01 7500 rpm 0 rpm P1-01 7500 rpm 0 rpm Whilst editing a The parameter will be set parameter value, press to the lowest possible the Up and Down keys...
  • Page 45: Parameters

    Parameters Parameter Set Overview The PACMotion VFD Parameter set consists of 10 groups as follows: • Group 0 – Read Only Monitoring Parameters • Group 1 – Basic Configuration Parameters • Group 2 – Extended Parameters • Group 3 – PID Control Parameters •...
  • Page 46 Table 25: Parameter Group 1 – Basic Parameters Par . Description Minimum Maximum Default Units P1-01 Maximum frequency / speed limit P1-02 500.0 50.0 (60.0) Hz / Rpm Maximum output frequency or motor speed limit – Hz or rpm. If P1-10 >0, the value entered / displayed is in Rpm. P1-02 Minimum frequency / speed limit P1-01...
  • Page 47 Par . Description Minimum Maximum Default Units P1-10 Motor rated speed 30000 This parameter can optionally be set to the rated (nameplate) rpm of the motor. When set to the default value of zero, all speed related parameters are displayed in Hz, and the slip compensation for the motor is disabled.
  • Page 48: Control Terminal Functions

    Control Terminal Functions For standard applications and operation, the basic control of the drive and functions of all drive input terminals can be configured using just two parameters, P1-12 and P1-13. P1-12 is used to define the source of all control commands and the primary speed reference source. P1-13 then allows fast selection of Analog and Digital Input functions based on a selection table.
  • Page 49 Table 27: Macro Function Guide Function Explanation STOP Latched Input, Open the contact to STOP the drive. Latched input, Close the contact to Start, the drive will operate as long as the input is maintained. FWD Latched Input, selects the direction of motor rotation FORWARD. REV...
  • Page 50: Digital Input Configuration Parameter P1-13

    Digital Input Configuration Parameter P1-13 Table 28: Digital Input Configuration Parameter P1-13 P1-13 DI1 AI1 / DI4 AI2 / DI5 State 0 User defined STOP RUN FWD  REV  P1-12 REF P2-01 Analog Input AI1 P2-01 P2-02 Preset Speed STOP RUN FWD ...
  • Page 51 P1-13 DI1 AI1 / DI4 AI2 / DI5 State 0 STOP RUN FWD STOP RUN REV P1-12 REF P2-01 REF Analog Input AI1 DECEL DECEL   P1-04 P8-11 STOP RUN FWD STOP RUN REV P1-12 REF AI2-REF Analog Input AI1 Analog Input AI2 ...
  • Page 52: Example Connection Schematics

    Example Connection Schematics Table 29: Example Connection Schematics P1-13 Setting: +24 V DC +24 V DC +24 V DC +24 V DC +24 V DC DI 1 Disable / Enable Disable / Enable Run Forward Run Forward Forward / Forward / DI 2 Run Reverse Run Reverse...
  • Page 53 Table 31: Example Connection Schematics P1-13 Setting: +24 V DC +24 V DC +24 V DC +24 V DC +24 V DC DI 1 Disable / Enable Disable / Enable Run Forward Run Forward Forward / Forward / DI 2 Run Reverse Run Reverse Reverse...
  • Page 54 Table 33: Example Connection Schematics P1-13 Setting: +24 V DC +24 V DC +24 V DC DI 1 Disable / Enable Run Forward Forward / DI 2 Run Reverse Reverse Preset Speed Preset Speed DI 3 Select BIT 0 Select BIT 0 +10 V DC +10 V DC +10 V DC...
  • Page 55 Table 35: Example Connection Schematics P1-13 Setting: +24V DC +24 V DC NO Push Start DI 1 Forward DI 2 NC Push Stop NO Push Start DI 3 Reverse +10 V DC +10 V DC AI 1 Analog Input 1 0 V / COM 0 V / COM Analog Output 1...
  • Page 56: Extended Parameters

    Extended Parameters Parameter Group 2 - Extended Parameters Table 36: Parameter Group 2 - Extended Parameters Parameter Name Minimum Maximum Default Units P2-01 Preset frequency / speed 1 P1-02 P1-01 Hz / Rpm P2-02 Preset frequency / speed 2 P1-02 P1-01 10.0 Hz / Rpm...
  • Page 57 Parameter Name Minimum Maximum Default Units P2-13 Analog output AO2 function Digital Output Mode. Logic 1 = +24 V DC Drive running Logic 1 when the PACMotion VFD is enabled (Running). Drive healthy Logic 1 When no Fault condition exists on the drive. At speed Logic 1 when the output frequency matches the setpoint frequency.
  • Page 58 The signal applied to the Analog Input 2 exceeds the adjustable limit. Hoist brake control Enables Hoist Mode. The Output relay may be used to control the motor holding brake. Refer to your Emerson Sales Partner for further information. Reserved No Function.
  • Page 59 Parameter Name Minimum Maximum Default Units P2-26 Spin start Disabled Spin Start is not active. This setting should be used for all applications where the motor is always stationary before the drive is enabled. Enabled When enabled, on start up the drive will attempt to determine if the motor is already rotating, and will begin to control the motor from its current speed.
  • Page 60 The drive will ramp to stop at the rate programmed in the 2nd deceleration time P2-25. DC bus supply mode This mode is intended to be used when the drive is powered directly via the +DC and –DC Bus connections. Refer to your Emerson Sales Partner for further details. P2-39 Parameter lock Unlocked All parameters can be accessed and changed.
  • Page 61: Parameter Group 3 - Pid Control

    Parameter Group 3 – PID Control Overview PACMotion VFD provides an internal PID controller. Parameters for configuration of the PID controller are located together in Group 3. For simple applications, the user needs to only define the setpoint source (P3-05 to select the source or P3-06 for a fixed setpoint), feedback source (P3-10) and adjust the P Gain (P3-01), I time (P3-02) and optionally the differential time (P3-03).
  • Page 62 Parameter Name Minimum Maximum Default Units P3-11 PID error limit to enable ramps 25.0 Defines a threshold PID error level, whereby if the difference between the setpoint and feedback values is less than the set threshold, the internal ramp times of the drive are disabled. Where a greater PID error exists, the ramp times are enabled to limit the rate of change of motor speed on large PID errors, and react quickly to small errors.
  • Page 63: Parameter Group 4 - High Performance Motor Control

    Parameter Group 4 – High Performance Motor Control Overview Parameters relating to the motor control are located together in Group 4. These parameters allow the user to: • Select the motor type to match the connected motor. • Carry out an autotune. •...
  • Page 64 Following the steps above, it should be possible to operate the motor. Further parameter settings are possible to enhance the performance if required, please refer to your Emerson Sales Partner for more information. PACMotion VFD AC Variable Speed Drive User Guide...
  • Page 65 Synchronous Reluctance (Syn RM) Motors When operating with Synchronous Reluctance motors, carry out the following steps: • Ensure advanced parameter access is enabled by setting P1-14 = 101 (default value for security access). • Enter the motor nameplate details into the relevant parameters as follows: P1-07 Motor Rated Voltage.
  • Page 66 P4-07. Master / Slave The output torque is controlled based on the signal from the Emerson Master / Slave, whereby 100% input signal level will result in the drive output torque being limited by the value set in P4-07.
  • Page 67 Parameter Name Minimum Maximum Default Units P4-07 Maximum torque / current limit P4-08 When operating in Vector Speed or Vector Torque motor control modes (P4-01 = 0 or 1), this parameter defines the maximum torque limit or reference used by the drive in conjunction with P4-06. When operating in V/F Mode (P4-01 = 2), this parameter defines the maximum output current the drive will provide to the motor before reducing the output frequency to attempt to limit the current.
  • Page 68: Parameter Group 5 - Communication Parameters

    • Start the software, and select the Parameter Editor function. • If the drive address has been changed in parameter P5-01, ensure that in the Emerson PACMotion VFD Studio the Network Scan Limit setting in the lower left corner of the screen is set to the same or higher value.
  • Page 69 Communications on page 78 for further information. Please note that if a higher Modbus address than 63 is required, P5-16 can be used – see P5-16 for further information. This parameter also determines the communication address of the drive for use with Emerson PACMotion VFD Studio.
  • Page 70 Name Minimum Maximum Default Units P5-13 PDI-4 function select Fieldbus ramps This option must be selected if the drive acceleration and deceleration ramps are to be controlled from the fieldbus. P5-07 must also be set to 1 to enable this function. User register 4 The value received by the drive in PDI 4 is transferred to User Register 4.
  • Page 71: Advanced Parameters

    Advanced Parameters For Advanced Parameters, basic information only is provided in this guide. The parameter functions are described more fully in Emerson PACMotion VFD Studio PC software. Table 40: Parameter Group 6 – Advanced Configuration Par . Function Setting Range...
  • Page 72 Table 41: Parameter Group 7 – Motor Control Par . Function Setting Range Default Notes P7-01 Motor stator resistance Rs 0.000 – 65.535 Drive Motor data, measured or calculated Dependent during the autotune. P7-02 Motor rotor resistance 0.000 – 65.535 P7-04 is not used for PM &...
  • Page 73 Par . Function Setting Range Default Notes P9-01 Enable Input source These parameters allow the user to directly select the source of the various command points. Parameters are only adjustable if P1-13 = 0. This allows P9-02 Fast stop Input source complete flexibility over the drive control functions, and interaction with the P9-03 Run forward Input source internal Function Block programming environment.
  • Page 74: Parameter Group 0 - Monitoring Parameters (Read Only)

    Parameter Group 0 – Monitoring Parameters (Read Only) Table 44: Parameter Group 0 – Monitoring Parameters (Read Only) Par . Function Units P0-01 Analog Input 1 value P0-02 Analog Input 2 value P0-03 Digital Input status P0-04 Speed controller reference Hz / RPM P0-05 Torque controller reference...
  • Page 75 Par . Function Units P0-53 U phase current offset / ref P0-54 V phase current offset / ref P0-56 Brake max. on time & duty cycle P0-57 Ud / Uq internal values P0-58 Encoder measured speed Hz / RPM P0-59 Frequency Input speed Hz / RPM P0-60...
  • Page 76: Serial Communications

    The connector contains two independent RS485 connections, one for Emerson’s communication Protocol and one for Modbus RTU / CANBus. Both connections can be used simultaneously. The communication connection is always available, and can be used simultaneously with other interfaces, however only one other interface may be used, e.g.
  • Page 77 Figure 31: RS-485 Communications Electrical Connections NOTES Connection to the • Use 3 or 4 Conductor Twisted Direct connection to the drive drive through the Pair Cable through the built-in RJ45 port option • RS485+ and RS485- must be twisted pair RJ45 connector pinout •...
  • Page 78: Modbus Rtu Communications

    Modbus RTU Communications Modbus Telegram Structure The PACMotion VFD supports Master / Slave Modbus RTU communications, using the 03 Read Multiple Holding Registers and 06 Write Single Holding Register commands and 16 Write Multiple Holding Registers (Supported for registers 1 – 4 only). Many Master devices treat the first Register address as Register 0; therefore it may be necessary to convert the Register Numbers detailed in section Modbus Control &...
  • Page 79 Read Value of P1-01 = 500, therefore this is 50.0 Hz. For further details on communicating with PACMotion VFDs using Modbus RTU, please refer to your local Emerson Sales Partner. GFK-3111A...
  • Page 80: Can Open Communication

    CAN Open Communication Overview The CANopen communication profile in the PACMotion VFD is implemented according to the specification DS301 version 4.02 of CAN in automation (www.can-cia.de). Specific device profiles such as DS402 are not supported. Basic Operation Setup The CANopen communication function is enabled by default after power up however in order to use any control functions through CANopen, Parameter P1-12 must be set to 6.
  • Page 81 Default PDO Mapping Table 47: PDO Default Mapping Type Objects No . Mapped Object Length Mapped Function Transmission 2000h Unsigned 16 Control command register PDO 1 2001h Integer 16 Speed reference Valid immediately 2002h Integer 16 Torque reference 2003h Unsigned 16 User ramp reference 200Ah Unsigned 16...
  • Page 82 Table 50: CAN Open Specific Object Table Index Sub index Function Access Type PDO Map Default value 1000h 0 Device type Unsigned 32 N 1001h 0 Error register Unsigned 8 1002h 0 Manufacturer status register Unsigned 16 N 1005h 0 COB-ID Sync Unsigned 32 N 00000080h...
  • Page 83 Manufacturer Specific Object Table The following table shows some of the manufacturer specific object dictionary for PACMotion VFD. Table 51: Manufacturer Specific Object Table Index Sub index Function Access Type PDO Map Remark 2000h 0 Control command register Unsigned 16 Y See Note Below 2001h 0 Speed reference...
  • Page 84: Technical Data

    Input/Output Power and Current Ratings The following tables provide the output current rating information for the various PACMotion VFD models. Emerson always recommend that selection of the correct PACMotion VFD is based upon the motor full load current at the incoming supply voltage.
  • Page 85 Table 57: 380 – 480 Volt (+ / - 10%), 3 Phase Input, 3 Phase Output Frame Power Input Fuse or MCB Maximum Cable Rated Output Maximum Motor Recommended Size Rating Current (Type B) Size Current Cable Length Brake Resistance Non UL UL mm AWG/kcmil Ω...
  • Page 86 The rise time and peak voltage can affect the service life of the motor. Emerson recommend using an output choke for motor cable lengths of 50m or more to ensure good motor service life.
  • Page 87: Input Power Supply Requirements

    For input supplies which have supply imbalance greater than 3% (typically the Indian sub- continent & parts of Asia Pacific including China) Emerson recommends the installation of input line reactors. Alternatively, the drives can be operated as a single phase supply drive with 50% derating.
  • Page 88: Derating Information

    Derating Information Derating of the drive maximum continuous output current capacity is required when: • Operating at ambient temperature in excess of 40°C / 104°F for enclosed drives (Non UL Approved). • Operating at Altitude in excess of 1000m/ 3281 ft. •...
  • Page 89: Internal Emc Filter And Varistors - Disconnection Procedure

    IP55 & IP66 Models These models require disassembly in order to disconnect the EMC filter. Disconnection should be carried out only by Emerson Approved Service Partners. GFK-3111A PACMotion VFD AC Variable Speed Drive User Guide...
  • Page 90: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Fault Messages Table 65: Derating for Ambient Temperature Fault Code No . OLED Message Corrective Action Description No fault 00 No Fault Displayed in P0-13 if no faults are recorded in the log. Brake over 01 Brake channel over Ensure the connected brake resistor is above the minimum permissible level current current...
  • Page 91 Check all three supply phases are present and within the 3% supply voltage level imbalance tolerance. Reduce the motor load. If the fault persists, contact your local Emerson Sales Partner. Input phase 14 Input phase loss Drive intended for use with a 3 phase supply, one input phase has been loss disconnected or lost.
  • Page 92 25 Output Torque Too Low Active only when hoist brake control is enabled P2-18 = 8. The torque current developed prior to releasing the motor holding brake is below the preset threshold. Contact your local Emerson Sales Partner for further information on using the PACMotion VFD in hoist applications. Drive output 26 Drive output fault Drive output fault.
  • Page 93 Fault Code No . OLED Message Corrective Action Description Modbus 50 Modbus Comms fault A valid Modbus telegram has not been received within the watchdog time limit comms fault set in P5-05. Check the network master / PLC is still operating. Check the connection cables.
  • Page 94 PACMotion VFD AC Variable Speed Drive User Guide GFK-3111A...
  • Page 95 C C h h i i n n a a R R o o H H S S H H a a z z a a r r d d o o u u s s M M a a t t e e r r i i a a l l D D e e c c l l a a r r a a t t i i o o n n T T a a b b l l e e China RoHS Hazardous Material Declaration Table GFK-3111A PACMotion VFD AC Variable Speed Drive User Guide...
  • Page 96 Emerson reserves the right to modify or improve the designs or specifications of the products mentioned in this manual at any time without notice. Emerson does not assume responsibility for the selection, use or maintenance of any product. Responsibility for proper selection, use and maintenance of any Emerson product remains solely with the purchaser.

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