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Installation Instructions

PowerFlex 750-Series AC Drive


Introduction
When reading this document, look for this symbol Step x to guide you through the 5 BASIC STEPS needed to install and perform a Start-Up of the PowerFlex 750-Series Adjustable Frequency AC drive. A Human Interface Module (HIM) is required to perform the Start-Up routine covered in this manual. The information provided Does Not replace the User Manual and is intended for qualified drive service personnel only. For detailed PowerFlex 750-Series drive information including programming, application considerations, and related precautions refer to the following publications online at: www.rockwellautomation.com/literature

Reference Materials
Title PowerFlex 750-Series User Manual Enhanced PowerFlex 7-Class Human Interface Module (HIM) User Manual PowerFlex 750-Series Safe Torque Off User Manual Safe Speed Monitor Option Module for PowerFlex 750-Series AC Drives Safety Reference Manual PowerFlex 755 Drive Embedded EtherNet/IP Adapter User Manual PowerFlex 750-Series Drive DeviceNet Option Module User Manual PowerFlex 7-Class Network Communication Adapter User Manuals Dynamic Braking Resistor Calculator Wiring and Grounding Guidelines for Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) AC Drives Publication 750-UM001 20HIM-UM001 750-UM002 750-RM001 750COM-UM001 750COM-UM002 750COM-UMxxx PFLEX-AT001 DRIVES-IN001

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Table of Contents
Catalog Number Explanation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Step 1 Read the General Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 CE Conformity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 General Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Mount the Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Operating Conditions and Temperatures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Minimum Mounting Clearances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 Lifting the Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32 Accessing the Terminals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35 Wire the Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37 Special Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37 Motor Considerations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38 Voltage Tolerance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39 Wire Recommendations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40 Terminal Block Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41 Common Bus Power Wiring. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45 Minimum Dynamic Brake Resistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48 Using 750-Series Drives with Regen Power Units. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49 Power & Ground Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49 Drive, Fuse & Circuit Breaker Ratings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50 Drive Power Jumper Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53 I/O Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58 Access Drive Control Pod . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59 PowerFlex 753 Main Control Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .61 PowerFlex 755 Main Control Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63 Hardware Enable Circuitry. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64 Safety Enable Circuitry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .65 Option Module Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .66 I/O Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .67 I/O Wiring Examples . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .69 Safe Torque Off Option Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .75 Safe Speed Monitor Option Module. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .76 Single Incremental Encoder Option Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .78 Dual Incremental Encoder Option Module. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .80 Universal Feedback Option Module (755 Drives Only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .82 Auxiliary Power Supply Option Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .85 DeviceNet Option Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .86 20-COMM Carrier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .88 Start-Up Check List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .89 Prepare For Initial Drive Start-Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .89 Start-Up Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .90 Human Interface Module (HIM) Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .92 Ports and Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .95 Status Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .97 Fault and Alarm Display Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .98 Troubleshooting Drive Fault and Alarm Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .98 Manually Clearing Faults . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .104 Common Symptoms and Corrective Actions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .105 Drive (Port 0) Parameter List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .107
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Step 2

Step 3

Step 4

Step 5

Catalog Number Explanation


Position 13 4 5 6 7 810 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

20F
a

1
b a
Drive

1
c

N
d

D
e

248
f

A
g f1
ND Rating

A
h

N
f2
ND Rating

Code 20F 20G

Type PowerFlex 753 PowerFlex 755 Code 2P1 3P5 5P0 8P7 011 015 Frames 27 57 6, 7 022 030 037 043 060 072 085 104 140 170 205 260 302 367 456 Amps 2.1 3.5 5.0 8.7 11.5 15.4 22 30 37 43 60 72 85 104 140 170 205 260 302 367 456

400V, 50 Hz Input Frame kW 0.75 1.5 2.2 4 5.5 7.5 11 15 18.5 22 30 37 45 55 75 90 110 132 160 200 250 7 6 7 4 5 4 5 6 4 5 3 3 3 2 2 2 Enclosure Code N F G 2P1 3P4 5P0 8P0 011 014 022 027 034 040 052 065 077 096 125 156 186 248 302 361 415 2.1 3.4 5.0 8.0 11 14 22 27 34 40 52 65 77 96 125 156 186 248 302 361 415 Code Amps

480V, 60 Hz Input Frame Hp 1 2 3 5 7.5 10 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 75 100 125 150 200 250 300 350 7 6 7 4 5 4 5 6 4 5 3 3 3 2 2 2 Enclosure Code N F G

b
Future Use

c
Input Type Code 1 4 A Description 6 Pulse, w/DC Terminals DC Common Bus with Precharge 6 Pulse, w/o DC Terminals

For Frames 24, Code 1 also provides the functionality of DC Common Bus with Precharge. For Frames 5 and larger, Code 4 is required for DC Common Bus with Precharge.

d
Enclosure Code F G N Description Flange (NEMA/UL Type 4X back) IP54, NEMA/UL Type 12 IP20/IP00, NEMA/UL Type Open

For Frames 67 a User Installed Flange Kit is available to convert a Code N drive that provides a NEMA/UL Type 4X back. Frames 25 only. Frames 25 are IP20, Frames 67 are IP00.

For Frames 67 a User Installed Flange Kit is available to convert a Code N drive that provides a NEMA/UL Type 4X back.

For Frames 67 a User Installed Flange Kit is available to convert a Code N drive that provides a NEMA/UL Type 4X back.

g
Filtering and CM Cap Configuration Code A J Filtering Yes Yes Default CM Cap Connection Jumper Removed Jumper Installed

e
Voltage Rating Code C D Voltage 400V AC 480V AC

In all cases, jumpers are included for field reconfiguration as desired.

h
Dynamic Braking Code A B N Frame 2 only. Standard on Frames 25, Optional on Frames 67. Internal Resistor No Yes No Internal Transistor Yes Yes No

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Step 1

Read the General Precautions

Qualified Personnel

ATTENTION: Only qualified personnel familiar with adjustable frequency AC drives and associated machinery should plan or implement the installation, start-up and subsequent maintenance of the system. Failure to comply may result in personal injury and/or equipment damage.

Personal Safety

! ! ! ! !

ATTENTION: To avoid an electric shock hazard, verify that the voltage on the bus capacitors has discharged completely before servicing. Check the DC bus voltage at the Power Terminal Block by measuring between the +DC and -DC terminals (refer to page 44 for location), between the +DC terminal and the chassis, and between the -DC terminal and the chassis. The voltage must be zero for all three measurements. ATTENTION: Hazard of personal injury or equipment damage exists when using bipolar input sources. Noise and drift in sensitive input circuits can cause unpredictable changes in motor speed and direction. Use speed command parameters to help reduce input source sensitivity. ATTENTION: Risk of injury or equipment damage exists. DPI or SCANport host products must not be directly connected together via 1202 cables. Unpredictable behavior can result if two or more devices are connected in this manner. ATTENTION: The drive start/stop/enable control circuitry includes solid state components. If hazards due to accidental contact with moving machinery or unintentional flow of liquid, gas or solids exists, an additional hardwired stop circuit may be required to remove the AC line to the drive. An auxiliary braking method may be required. ATTENTION: Hazard of personal injury or equipment damage due to unexpected machine operation exists if the drive is configured to automatically issue a Start or Run command. Do not use these functions without considering applicable local, national and international codes, standards, regulations or industry guidelines.

Product Safety

! ! ! !

ATTENTION: An incorrectly applied or installed drive can result in component damage or a reduction in product life. Wiring or application errors such as under sizing the motor, incorrect or inadequate AC supply, or excessive surrounding air temperatures may result in malfunction of the system. ATTENTION: This drive contains ESD (Electrostatic Discharge) sensitive parts and assemblies. Static control precautions are required when installing, testing, servicing or repairing this assembly. Component damage may result if ESD control procedures are not followed. If you are not familiar with static control procedures, reference Guarding Against Electrostatic Damage, publication 8000-4.5.2 or any other applicable ESD protection handbook. ATTENTION: Configuring an analog input for 0-20 mA operation and driving it from a voltage source could cause component damage. Verify proper configuration prior to applying input signals. ATTENTION: A contactor or other device that routinely disconnects and reapplies the AC line to the drive to start and stop the motor can cause drive hardware damage. The drive is designed to use control input signals that will start and stop the motor. If an input device is used, operation must not exceed one cycle per minute or drive damage will occur.

Class 1 LED Product

ATTENTION: Hazard of permanent eye damage exists when using optical transmission equipment. This product emits intense light and invisible radiation. Do not look into module ports or fiber optic cable connectors.
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CE Conformity
Compliance with the Low Voltage Directive and Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive has been demonstrated using harmonized European Norm (EN) standards published in the Official Journal of the European Communities. PowerFlex 750-Series drives comply with the EN standards listed below when installed according to this PowerFlex 750-Series AC Drive Installation Instructions and the PowerFlex 750-Series AC Drive User Manual. CE Declarations of Conformity are available online at: www.rockwellautomation.com/products/certification/
Low Voltage Directive (2006/95/EC)

EN 61800-5-1 Adjustable speed electrical power drive systems Part 5-1: Safety requirements Electrical, thermal and energy.
EMC Directive (2004/108/EC)

EN 61800-3 Adjustable speed electrical power drive systems Part 3: EMC product standard including specific test methods.
General Considerations

For CE compliance, drives must satisfy installation requirements related to both EN 61800-5-1 and EN 61800-3 provided in this document. PowerFlex 750-Series AC Drives comply with the EMC requirements of EN 61800-3 when installed according to good EMC practices and the instructions provided in this document. However, many factors can influence the EMC compliance of an entire machine or installation, and compliance of the drive itself does not ensure compliance of all applications. PowerFlex 750-Series drives are not intended to be used on public low-voltage networks which supply domestic premises. Without additional mitigation, radio frequency interference is expected if used on such a network. The installer is responsible to take measures such as supplementary line filters and enclosures to prevent interference, in addition to the installation requirements of this document. Requirements for supplementary mitigation related to specific high frequency emission limits are provided in Table 1.

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PowerFlex 750-Series drives generate harmonic current emissions on the AC supply system. When operated on a public low-voltage network it is the responsibility of the installer or user to ensure that applicable requirements of the distribution network operator have been met. Consultation with the network operator and Rockwell Automation may be necessary.

ATTENTION: PowerFlex 750-Series drives produce DC current in the protective earthing conductor which may reduce the ability of RCDs (residual current-operated protective devices) or RCMs (residual current-operated monitoring devices) of type A or AC to provide protection for other equipment in the installation.

Installation Requirements Related to EN 61800-5-1 and the Low Voltage Directive

600V and 690V class PowerFlex 750-Series drives are designed to be CE compliant only if they are NOT connected to corner-earthed supply systems where one of the three phases of the supply system has been earthed. Voltage classes up to 480V PowerFlex 750-Series drives are compliant with the CE LV Directive when used on a corner-earthed supply system as well as all other common supply systems for altitudes up to and including 2000 m (6562 ft). When used at altitudes above 2000 m (6562 ft) up to a maximum of 4865 m (15,961 ft), PowerFlex 750-Series drives of voltage classes up to 480V may not be powered from a corner-earthed supply system in order to maintain compliance with the CE LV Directive. Drives provided in the IP54, NEMA/UL Type 12 enclosure are compliant with the CE LV Directive when installed in pollution degree 14 environments. All other enclosure types must be installed in a pollution degree 1 or 2 environment to be compliant with the CE LV Directive. Characteristics of the different pollution degree ratings are provided in Table 6 on page 12. NEMA/UL Open Type and Flange Mount drives must either be installed in a supplementary enclosure or equipped with a NEMA Type 1 Kit to be CE compliant with respect to protection against electrical shock. PowerFlex 750-Series drives produce leakage current in the protective earthing conductor which exceeds 3.5 mA AC and/or 10 mA DC. The minimum size of the protective earthing (grounding) conductor used in the application must comply with local safety regulations for high protective earthing conductor current equipment.

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Installation Requirements Related to EN 61800-3 and the EMC Directive

The drive must be earthed (grounded) as described in the PowerFlex 750-Series User Manual, publication 750-UM001. Output power wiring to the motor must employ cable with a braided shield providing 75% or greater coverage, or the cables must be housed in metal conduit, or equivalent shielding must be provided. Continuous shielding must be provided from the drive enclosure to the motor enclosure. Both ends of the motor cable shield (or conduit) must terminate with a low-impedance connection to earth. At the drive end of the motor cable, either a) The cable shield must be clamped to a properly-installed EMC plate for the drive. Kit number 20-750-EMC1-Fx. or b) The cable shield or conduit must terminate in a shielded connector used in conjunction with a properly-installed conduit plate or conduit box provided in the NEMA Type 1 Kit for the drive. Kit number 20-750-NEMA1-Fx. At the motor end, the motor cable shield or conduit must terminate in a shielded connector which must be properly installed in an earthed motor wiring box attached to the motor. The motor wiring box cover must be installed and earthed. All control (I/O) and signal wiring to the drive must use cable with a braided shield providing 75% or greater coverage, or the cables must be housed in metal conduit, or equivalent shielding must be provided. When shielded cable is used, only the drive end of the cable shield should be terminated with a low-impedance connection to earth. The cable shield may be terminated either by using a shielded connector in conjunction with a conduit plate or conduit box, or the shield may be clamped to an EMC plate. Motor cabling must be separated from control and signal wiring wherever possible. Maximum motor cable length must not exceed the maximum length indicated in Table 1 for compliance with radio frequency emission limits for the specific standard and installation environment. EMC cores must be applied to input power and motor cabling for some models of the PowerFlex 750-Series drives as indicated in Table 1. The drive must be powered from an earthed supply system such as a TN or TT system and the PE-A and PE-B jumpers in the drive must be installed (see Drive Power Jumper Configuration starting on page 53).

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Table 1
Standard / Limits EN61800-3 Cat. C1 EN61000-6-3 CISPR11 Group 1 Class B Compliance possible with supplementary mitigation (Consult factory) Compliance possible with supplementary mitigation (Consult factory) Compliance possible with supplementary mitigation (Consult factory) Compliance possible with supplementary mitigation (Consult factory) Compliance possible with supplementary mitigation (Consult factory) Compliance possible with supplementary mitigation (Consult factory) More Stringent Limits

PowerFlex 750-Series RF Emission Compliance and Installation Requirements


EN61800-3 Cat. C2 EN61000-6-4 CISPR11 Group 1 Class A (input power 20 kVA) 30 m motor cable limit with input core (1) 30 m motor cable limit with input core (1) 30 m motor cable limit with input and output cores (1) 30 m motor cable limit with input and output cores (1) Compliance possible with supplementary mitigation (Consult factory) Compliance possible with supplementary mitigation (Consult factory) EN61800-3 Cat. C3 (I 100 A) CISPR11 Group 1 Class A EN61800-3 Cat. C3 (Input power > 20 kVA) I > 100 A 30 m motor cable limit with N/A input core (1) 30 m motor cable limit with input core (1) 30 m motor cable limit with input and output cores (1) 30 m motor cable limit with input and output cores (1) 30 m motor cable limit N/A

Drive Frame Catalog Number Frame 2 20F11xx2P120F11xx022 20G11xx2P120G11xx022 Frame 3 20F11xx03020F11xx043 20G11xx03020G11xx043 Frame 4 20F11xx06020F11xx072 20G11xx06020G11xx072 Frame 5 20F11xx08520F11xx104 20G11xx08520G11xx104 Frame 6 20F11xx14020F11xx260 20G11xx14020G11xx260 Frame 7 20F11xx30220F11xx477 20G11xx30220G11xx477

N/A

30 m motor cable limit with input and output cores (1) 30 m motor cable limit

30 m motor cable limit

30 m motor cable limit

Less Stringent Limits

(1) Rating-specific EMC cores are part of EMC kit numbers 20-750-EMC1-xx and 20-750-EMC2-xx.

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Step 2

Mount the Drive


Important: IP00, IP20, and NEMA/UL Open Type PowerFlex 750-Series drives must be mounted in a clean, dry location. Contaminants such as oils, corrosive vapors and abrasive debris must be kept out of the enclosure. These enclosures are intended for indoor use primarily to provide a degree of protection against contact with enclosed equipment. These enclosures offer no protection against airborne contaminants. Refer to Table 6 and Table 7 for an explanation of enclosure options.

Operating Conditions and Temperatures


PowerFlex 750-Series drives are designed to operate at the following air temperatures without derating.
Table 2 Acceptable Surrounding Air Temperature
Temperature Range 050 C (32122 F) 050 C (32122 F) 040 C (32104 F) 040 C (32104 F) Drive Frames 25, All Ratings Frames 67, All Ratings Frames 25, All Ratings Frames 67, All Ratings

Enclosure Rating IP20, NEMA/UL Open Type IP00, NEMA/UL Open Type IP20, NEMA/UL Type 1 (with Debris Hood) IP20, NEMA/UL Type 1 (with Debris Label) Flange Mount Front: IP20, NEMA/UL Open Type IP00, NEMA/UL Open Type Back/Heat Sink: IP66, NEMA/UL Type 4X Stand-alone/Wall Mount IP54, NEMA/UL Type 12

050 C (32122 F) 050 C (32122 F) 040 C (32104 F) 040 C (32104 F)

Frames 25, All Ratings Frames 67, All Ratings All Frames, All Ratings All Frames, All Ratings

Table 3
Frame (1)

400 Volt Ratings - Watts Loss


ND kW External Watts Internal Watts Total Watts

4 5 6

0.75 1.5 2.2 4.0 5.5 7.5 11 15 18.5 22 30 37 45 55 75 90 110 132 160 200 250

16 26 39 75 108 161 225 300 362 505 487 615 705 928 1239 1381 1893 2449 2566 3322 3922

55 57 58 64 70 80 86 103 115 126 130 147 162 201 319 300 381 502 461 586 743

71 83 97 139 178 241 311 403 477 631 617 762 867 1129 1558 1681 2274 2951 3027 3908 4665

(1) Enclosure codes F and N only.

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Table 4
Frame (1)

480 Volt Ratings - Watts Loss


ND Hp External Watts Internal Watts Total Watts

4 5 6

1.0 2.0 3.0 5.0 7.5 10 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 75 100 125 150 200 250 300 350

17 27 41 71 108 149 237 273 368 503 422 559 646 855 1109 1299 1718 2384 2704 3409 3604

60 61 63 68 74 81 91 101 115 126 125 144 158 189 299 294 358 492 491 606 683

77 88 104 139 182 230 328 374 483 629 547 703 804 1044 1408 1593 2076 2876 3195 4015 4287

(1) Enclosure codes F and N only.

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Table 5

Environmental Specifications
Description 1000 m (3300 ft) maximum without derating 4070 C (40158 F) Important: Drive must not be installed in an area where the ambient atmosphere contains volatile or corrosive gas, vapors or dust. If the drive is not going to be installed for a period of time, it must be stored in an area where it will not be exposed to a corrosive atmosphere. 595% non-condensing Frame 26: 15 g peak for 11 ms duration (1.0 ms) Frame 7: 10 g peak for 11 ms duration (1.0 ms) Frame 2: 381 mm (15 in.) drop height Frame 34: 330 mm (13 in.) drop height Frame 5: 305 mm (12 in.) drop height Frame 67: Meets International Safe Transit Association (ISTA) test procedure 2B Frame 2: 1.000 mm (0.040 in.) displacement, 2 g peak Frame 35: 1.000 mm (0.040 in.) displacement, 1.5 g peak Frame 67: 1.000 mm (0.040 in.) displacement, 1 g peak

Specification Altitude Storage Temperature Atmosphere

Relative Humidity Shock - Operating Shock - Packaged for Shipment

Vibration - Operating

Vibration - Packaged for Shipment Sinusoidal Loose Load: Frame 25: 20.0 mm (0.8 in.) peak to peak, 25.186 Hz; 1.1 g peak from 5.18620 Hz Frame 67: Meets ISTA 2B packaging standards Frame 25: Frequency (Hz) Random Secured: PSD (g2/Hz) 1 0.00005 4 0.01 16 0.01 40 0.001 80 0.001 200 0.00001 Frame 67 Meets International Safe Transit Association (ISTA) test procedure 2B Surrounding Environment Pollution Degree (1) Pollution Degree 1 & 2: All enclosures acceptable. Pollution Degree 3 & 4: Enclosure that meets or exceeds IP54, NEMA/UL Type 12 required.
(1) Refer to Table 6 on page 12 for descriptions of each pollution degree rating.

Table 6

Pollution Degree Ratings According to EN 61800-5-1

Pollution Degree Description 1 No pollution or only dry, non-conductive pollution occurs. The pollution has no influence. 2 Normally, only non-conductive pollution occurs. Occasionally, however, a temporary conductivity caused by condensation is to be expected, when the drive is out of operation. 3 Conductive pollution or dry non-conductive pollution occurs, which becomes conductive due to condensation, which is to be expected. 4 The pollution generates persistent conductivity caused, for example by conductive dust or rain or snow.

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Table 7
Enclosure Type (Cat. No. Position 6) N

Drive Enclosure Ratings


Back Side/Heat Sink Rating Pollution Degree 1, 2 1, 2 1, 2 1, 2 1, 2, 3, 4 1, 2 1, 2 1, 2 1, 2, 3, 4 Enclosure Type IP20 NEMA/UL Open Type IP20 NEMA/UL Type 1 IP20 NEMA/UL Type 1 IP66 NEMA/UL Type 4X IP54 NEMA/UL Type 12 IP00 NEMA/UL Open Type Kit IP20 NEMA/UL Type 1 IP66 NEMA/UL Type 4X IP54 NEMA/UL Type 12 Pollution Degree 1, 2 1, 2 1, 2 1, 2, 3, 4 1, 2, 3, 4 1, 2 1, 2 1, 2, 3, 4 1, 2, 3, 4

Front Side Rating Installed Accessory Kit Enclosure Type None IP20 NEMA/UL Open Type NEMA Type 1 IP20 NEMA/UL Type 1 Flange IP20 NEMA/UL Type 1 None IP20 NEMA/UL Open Type None IP54 NEMA/UL Type 12 None IP00 NEMA/UL Open Type NEMA Type 1 IP20 NEMA/UL Type 1 NEMA Type 4X IP00 Flange NEMA/UL Open Type None IP54 NEMA/UL Type 12

Frames 2, 3, 4, 5

F G 6, 7 N

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Minimum Mounting Clearances


Specified vertical clearance requirements (indicated in Figure 1) are intended to be from drive to drive. Other objects can occupy this space; however, reduced airflow may cause protection circuits to fault the drive. The drive must be mounted in a vertical orientation as shown. In addition, inlet air temperature must not exceed the product specification.
Figure 1 Drive Enclosure Minimum Mounting Clearances

76.2 mm (3.0 in.)

76.2 mm (3.0 in.)

Airflow through the drive must not be impeded.

Dimensions
Table 8
400V AC Input Catalog Number 20xC2P1 20xC3P5 20xC5P0 20xC8P7 20xC011 20xC015 20xC022 20xC030 20xC037 20xC043 20xC060 20xC072 20xC085 20xC104 20xC140 20xC170 20xC205 20xC260 20xC302 20xC367 20xC456 Normal Duty kW Output 0.75 1.5 2.2 4 5.5 7.5 11 15 18.5 22 30 37 45 55 75 90 110 132 160 200 250 Heavy Duty kW Output 0.75 1.5 2.2 4 5.5 5.5 7.5 11 15 18.5 22 30 37 45 55 75 90 110 132 160 200

Frame/Rating Cross-Reference
Normal Duty Hp Output 1 2 3 5 7.5 10 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 75 100 125 150 200 250 300 350 Heavy Duty Hp Output 1 2 3 5 7.5 7.5 10 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 75 100 125 150 200 250 300 Frame Size Enclosure Code N F

480V AC Input Catalog Number 20xD2P1 20xD3P4 20xD5P0 20xD8P0 20xD011 20xD014 20xD022 20xD027 20xD034 20xD040 20xD052 20xD065 20xD077 20xD096 20xD125 20xD156 20xD186 20xD248 20xD302 20xD361 20xD415

3 4 5

3 4 5

3 4 5

6 6 N/A 7 7

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Figure 2

IP20, NEMA/UL Open Type Frames 25 (Frame 2 Shown)


A D 6.4 (0.25) 14.3 (0.56) C

B F

Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches). Weights are in kilograms and (pounds).
Frame A 2 134.5 (5.30) 3 190.0 (7.48) 4 222.0 (8.74) 5 270.0 (10.63) B 424.2 (16.70) 454.0 (17.87) 474.0 (18.66) 550.0 (21.65) C 212.0 (8.35) 212.0 (8.35) 212.0 (8.35) 212.0 (8.35) D 100.0 (3.94) 158.0 (6.22) 194.0 (7.64) 238.0 (9.37) E 100.0 (3.94) 158.0 (6.22) 202.0 (7.95) 238.0 (9.37) F 404.2 (15.91) 435.0 (17.13) 455.0 (17.91) 531.0 (20.91) Weight kg (lb) 7.8 (17.2) 11.8 (26.1) 13.6 (30.0) 20.4 (45.0)

M6 (1/4 in.) mounting hardware recommended.

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Figure 3

NEMA/UL Type 1 Kit Frames 25 (Frame 4 Shown)


A

Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches).


Frame 2 3 4 5 A 222.2 (8.75) 223.1 (8.78) 222.7 (8.77) 222.7 (8.77) B 497.1 (19.57) 530.1 (20.87) 564.4 (22.22) 665.4 (26.20) C 117.7 (4.63) 154.7 (6.09) 154.7 (6.09) 155.0 (6.10) D 38.0 (1.50) 38.0 (1.50) 40.0 (1.57) 55.0 (2.17)

Important: NEMA Type 1 Kits (20-750-NEMA-Fx) do not change the mounting dimensions in Figure 2.

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Figure 4

NEMA/UL Type 1 Frames 25 Bottom View Dimensions


89.7 (3.53) 87.0 (3.43) 67.5 (2.66) 48.0 (1.89) 45.3 (1.78) 130.0 (5.12) 125.0 (4.92) 5x: 22.0 (0.87) 95.0 (3.74) 65.0 (2.56) 60.0 (2.36)

5x: 22.2 (0.87) 2x: 43.7 (1.72)

2x: 29.0 (1.14) 171.6 (6.76)137.6 (5.42) 94.6 (3.72) 168.7 (6.64) 156.7 (6.17) 118.7 (4.67)

Frame 2

Frame 3

158.8 (6.25) 144.8 (5.70) 110.8 (4.36) 76.8 (3.02) 62.8 (2.47) 5x: 22.2 (0.87) 90.0 (3.54) 69.0 (2.72)

201.0 (7.91) 180.0 (7.09) 135.0 (5.31) 5x: 22.2 (0.87) 2x: 50.0 (1.97) 173.0 (6.81)

187.0 (7.36) 168.7 (6.64) 118.7 (4.67)

2x: 43.7 (1.72)

187.0 (7.36)

123.0 (4.84)

Frame 4

Frame 5

Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches).

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Figure 5

EMC Plate Kit Frames 25 (Frame 4 Shown)


A

B C

E F

Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches).


Frame 2 3 4 5 A 134.5 (5.30) 190.0 (7.48) 222.0 (8.74) 270.0 (10.63) B 485.9 (19.13) 514.0 (20.24) 533.7 (21.01) 609.7 (24.00) C 424.2 (16.70) 454.0 (17.87) 474.0 (18.66) 550.0 (21.65) D 61.7 (2.43) 60.0 (2.36) 59.7 (2.35) 59.7 (2.35) E 43.5 (1.71) 74.0 (2.91) 84.0 (3.31) 77.8 (3.06) F 79.5 (3.13) 116.0 (4.57) 138.0 (5.43) 191.8 (7.55)

Important: EMC Kits (20-750-EMC-Fx) do not change the mounting dimensions in Figure 2. Refer to the PowerFlex 750-Series EMC Plate and Core(s) Installation Instructions, publication 750-IN006, for detailed information on kit installation.

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Figure 6

IP00, NEMA/UL Open Type Frames 6 & 7 (Frame 6 Shown)


A C

D F

6.4 (0.25) 14.5 (0.57)

6.5 (0.26)

14.5 (0.57) 8.5 (0.33) E G 16.0 (0.63)

7
8.5 (0.33)

25.0 (0.98)

Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches). Weights are in kilograms and (pounds).
Frame A 6 308.0 (12.13) 7 430.0 (16.93) B 665.5 (26.20) 881.5 (34.70) C 346.4 (13.64) 349.6 (13.76) D 283.0 (11.14) 380.0 (14.96) E 623.0 (24.53) 838.0 (32.99) F 254.0 (10.00) 330.0 (12.99) G 609.0 (23.98) 825.0 (32.48) Weight kg (lb) 38.6 (85.0) 72.6108.9 (160.0240.0)

Frame 6: M6 (1/4 in.) mounting hardware recommended. Frame 7: M8 (5/16 in.) mounting hardware recommended.

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Figure 7

NEMA/UL Type 1 Kit Frame 6


308.0 (12.13) 346.7 (13.65)

945.1 (37.21)

Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches). Important: NEMA Type 1 Kit (20-750-NEMA-F6) does not change the mounting dimensions in Figure 6.

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Figure 8
430.0 (16.93)

NEMA/UL Type 1 Frame 7

380.0 (14.96)

1271.0 (50.04) 1221.0 (48.07) 881.8 (34.72) 825.0 (32.48)

8.5 (0.33) 16.0 (0.63)

339.2 (13.35)

389.2 (15.32)

20.5 (0.81)

389.0 (15.31) 430.0 (16.93)

561.0 (22.08)

Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches).

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Figure 9

IP54, NEMA/UL Type 12 Frames 25 (Frame 2 Shown)


A D 6.4 (0.25) 14.3 (0.56) C

B E

Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches). Weights are in kilograms and (pounds).
Frame 2 3 4 5 A 215.3 (8.48) 268.0 (10.55) 300.0 (11.81) 348.0 (13.70) B 543.2 (21.39) 551.0 (21.69) 571.0 (22.48) 647.0 (25.47) C 222.2 (8.75) 220.1 (8.67) 220.1 (8.67) 220.1 (8.67) D 100.0 (3.94) 158.0 (6.22) 194.0 (7.64) 238.0 (9.37) E 528.2 (20.80) 533.0 (20.98) 553.0 (21.77) 629.0 (24.76) Weight kg (lb) 7.8 (17.2) 11.8 (26.1) 13.6 (30.0) 20.4 (45.0)

M6 (1/4 in.) mounting hardware recommended.

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Figure 10

IP54, NEMA/UL Type 12 Frames 25 Bottom View Dimensions


135.8 (5.35) 123.3 (4.85) 2x: 22.0 (0.87) 92.8 (3.65) 62.3 (2.45) 49.8 (1.96) 3x: 22.2 (0.87) 2x: 43.7 (1.72) 3x: 29.0 (1.14)

88.1 (3.47) 85.7 (3.37) 65.1 (2.56) 44.5 (1.75) 42.1 (1.66)

179.4 (7.06)146.4 (5.76)109.4 (4.31)

183.5 (7.22) 136.5 (5.37)

Frame 2
165.8 (6.53) 140.8 (5.54) 108.8 (4.28) 76.8 (3.02) 51.8 (2.04) 3x: 22.2 (0.87) 92.8 (3.65) 52.8 (2.08)

Frame 3
212.8 (8.38) 172.8 (6.80) 132.8 (5.23) 3x: 22.2 (0.87)

2x: 43.7 (1.72) 182.0 (7.17) 136.5 (5.37) 181.9 (7.16) 141.9 (5.59)

2x: 50.0 (1.97)

Frame 4

Frame 5

Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches).

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Figure 11

IP54, NEMA/UL Type 12, Frame 6


558.8 (22.00) 609.4 (23.99) 464.7 (18.30)

1298.3 (51.11) 1238.3 (48.75)

10.5 (0.41) 22.0 (0.87)

1058.1 (41.66)

Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches).

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Figure 12

IP54, NEMA/UL Type 12, Frame 7


558.8 (22.00) 609.6 (24.00) 464.8 (18.30)

1614.0 (63.54) 1543.1 (60.75)

10.5 (0.41) 22.0 (0.87)

1058.4 (41.67)

Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches).

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Figure 13

Flange Mount Frame 2


206.2 (8.12) 212.0 (8.35)

481.8 (18.97)

188.3 (7.41) 169.2 (6.66) 94.2 (3.71) 19.2 (0.76) 14x: 3.50 (0.138)

460.6 (18.13) 395.3 (15.56) 285.3 (11.23) 175.3 (6.90)

63.7 (2.51) 399.60 +1.80/-0.00 (15.7 +0.1/-0.0)

65.3 (2.57) 30.2 (1.19)

128.00 +1.80/-0.00 (5.0 +0.1/-0.0)

30.5 (1.20)

Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches). Important: Must use mounting hardware supplied to meet enclosure rating.

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Figure 14

Flange Mount Frame 3


260.0 (10.24) 212.0 (8.35)

515.0 (20.28)

240.5 (9.47) 208.3 (8.20) 120.3 (4.74) 32.3 (1.27) 16x: 3.50 (0.138)

495.5 (19.51) 457.8 (18.02) 352.8 (13.89) 247.8 (9.76) 142.8 (5.62) 4x: 5.00R (0.197R) 434.00 +1.80/-0.00 (17.087 +0.070/-0.000)

84.6 (3.33)

37.8 (1.48) 30.75 (1.211)

179.00 +1.80/-0.00 (7.047 +0.070/-0.000)

30.75 (1.211)

Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches). Important: Must use mounting hardware supplied to meet enclosure rating.

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Figure 15

Flange Mount Frame 4


292.0 (11.50) 211.9 (8.34)

535.0 (21.06)

272.50 (10.728) 224.25 (8.829) 136.25 (5.364) 48.25 (1.900) 16x: 3.50 (0.138)

515.50 (20.295) 477.75 (18.809) 367.75 (14.478) 257.75 (10.148) 147.75 (5.817) 4x: 5.00R (0.197R) 454.00 +1.80/-0.00 (17.874 +0.070/-0.000)

84.5 (3.33)

37.75 (1.486) 30.75 (1.211)

211.00 +1.80/-0.00 (8.307 +0.070/-0.000)

30.75 (1.211)

Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches). Important: Must use mounting hardware supplied to meet enclosure rating.

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Figure 16

Flange Mount Frame 5


340.0 (13.39) 211.9 (8.34)

611.0 (24.06)

320.50 (12.618) 280.25 (11.033) 200.25 (7.884) 120.25 (4.734) 40.25 (1.585) 22x: 3.50 (0.138)

591.50 (23.287) 550.75 (21.683)

84.5 (3.33)

465.75 (18.337) 380.75 (14.990) 295.75 (11.644) 210.75 (8.297) 125.75 (4.951) 531.0 +1.8/-0.0 (20.91 +0.07/-0.00)

4x: 5.00R (0.197R)

40.75 (1.604) 30.75 (1.211)

259.0 +1.8/-0.0 (10.20 +0.07/-0.00)

30.25 (1.191)

Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches). Important: Must use mounting hardware supplied to meet enclosure rating.

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Figure 17

Flange Mount Frame 6


346.4 (13.64) 308.0 (12.13) 208.4 (8.20)

665.5 (26.20)

284.0 (11.18) 258.0 (10.16) 225.5 (8.88) 193.0 (7.60) 91.0 (3.58) 58.5 (2.30) 26.0 (1.02)

24x: 6.4 (0.25)

624.0 (24.57)

600.0 (23.62) 562.0 (22.13) 462.0 (18.19) 362.0 (14.25) 262.0 (10.31) 162.0 (6.38) 561.0 +2.0/-1.5 (22.09 +0.08/-0.06) 138.0 (5.43)

62.0 (2.44) 24.0 (0.94) 8.0 (0.30)

268.0 +2.0/-1.5 (10.60 +0.08/-0.06)

31.5 (1.24)

Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches). Important: Must use Flange Adapter kit (20-750-FLNG4-F6) to meet enclosure rating.

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Figure 18
430.0 (16.93)

Flange Mount Frame 7


208.4 (8.20)

875.0 (34.45)

138.0 (5.43)

403.00 (15.87) 352.63 (13.88) 251.88 (9.92) 151.13 (5.95) 50.38 (1.98)

32x: 7.0 (0.28)

812.0 (31.97) 784.0 (30.87) 744.8 (29.32) 666.4 (26.24) 588.0 (23.15) 509.6 (20.06) 431.2 (16.98) 352.8 (13.89) 274.4 (10.80) 196.0 (7.72) 117.6 (4.63) 39.2 (1.54) 28.0 (1.10) 8.0 (0.31)

768.0 (30.24)

387.0 (15.24)

8.0 (0.31)

Dimensions are in millimeters and (inches). Important: Must use Flange Adapter kit (20-750-FLNG4-F7) to meet enclosure rating.
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Lifting the Drive


The dimensions and weights specified must be taken into consideration when mounting the drive. All lifting equipment and lifting components (hooks, bolts, lifts, slings, chains, etc.) must be properly sized and rated to safely lift and hold the weight of the drive while mounting. ATTENTION: To guard against possible personal injury and/or equipment damage Inspect all lifting hardware for proper attachment before lifting drive. Do not allow any part of the drive or lifting mechanism to make contact with electrically charged conductors or components. Do not subject the drive to high rates of acceleration or deceleration while transporting to the mounting location or when lifting. Do not allow personnel or their limbs directly underneath the drive when it is being lifted and mounted.
Frame 6 Open Type and Flange Mount: Weight 38.6 kg (85.0 lb)

Figure 19

<45 >1/2 A A

Figure 20

Frame 7 Open Type and Flange Mount: Weight 72.6108.9 kg (160.0240.0 lb) Frame 6 NEMA/UL Type 4X/12: Weight 90.7 kg (200 lb) Frame 7 NEMA/UL Type 4X/12: Weight 171 kg (377 lb)

<45

>1/2 A A

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IP00, NEMA/UL Open Type Frame 6 Lifting Points 6 Places

Frame 7 Lifting Points 8 Places

IP66, NEMA/UL Type 4X/12 Flange Mount Frame 6 Lifting Points 2 Places

Frame 7 Lifting Points 4 Places

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IP54, NEMA/UL Type 12 Frame 6 and 7 Lifting Points 4 Places

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Accessing the Terminals


Opening the Cover
Figure 21 IP20, NEMA/UL Open Type, Frames 25

Figure 22

IP54, NEMA/UL Type 12, Frames 25

2x: M4 X 0.7

When cover is replaced: Recommended torque (screws and nuts) = 0.68 Nm (6.0 lbin) Recommended screwdriver = 6.4 mm (0.25 in.) flat or T20 Hexalobular Recommended hex socket = 7 mm

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Figure 23

IP00, NEMA/UL Open Type, Frames 6 & 7

90

When cover is replaced: Recommended screwdriver = 9.5 mm (0.375 in.) flat


Figure 24 IP00, NEMA/UL Open Type, Frames 6 & 7 Access Door

When door is replaced: Recommended screwdriver = 6.4 mm (0.25 in.) flat or T20 Hexalobular

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Step 3

Wire the Drive

ATTENTION: National Codes and standards (NEC, VDE, BSI etc.) and local codes outline provisions for safely installing electrical equipment. Installation must comply with specifications regarding wire types, conductor sizes, branch circuit protection and disconnect devices. Failure to do so may result in personal injury and/or equipment damage.

Special Considerations
PowerFlex 750-Series drives are suitable for use on a circuit capable of delivering up to a maximum of 200,000 rms symmetrical amperes, 480 volts with recommended fuses/circuit breakers. ATTENTION: To guard against personal injury and/or equipment damage caused by improper fusing or circuit breaker selection, use only the recommended line fuses/circuit breakers specified in Fusing on page 50.

If a Residual Current Detector (RCD) is used as a system ground fault monitor, only Type B (adjustable) devices should be used to avoid nuisance tripping.
Unbalanced, Ungrounded, Impedance or Phase Grounded Distribution Systems

If phase to ground voltage will exceed 125% of normal line to line voltage or the supply system is ungrounded, refer to Wiring and Grounding Guidelines for Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) AC Drives, publication DRIVES-IN001. ATTENTION: PowerFlex 750-Series drives contain protective MOVs and common mode capacitors that are referenced to ground. To guard against drive damage, these devices must be configured according to the recommendations in Table 21 on page 54. See pages 5557 for jumper locations.

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Input Power Conditioning

Certain events on the power system supplying a drive can cause component damage or shortened product life. These conditions are divided into 2 basic categories: 1. All drives The power system has power factor correction capacitors switch in and out of the system, either by the user or by the power company. The power source has intermittent voltage spikes in excess of 6000 volts. These spikes could be caused by other equipment on the line or by events such as lightning strikes. The power source has frequent interruptions. 2. 5 Hp or Less Drives (in addition to 1 above) The supply transformer is larger than 100 kVA or the available short circuit (fault) current is greater than 100,000A. The impedance on the input side of the drive is less than 0.5%. If any of these conditions exist, additional source impedance is required. The total input impedance is a function of all transformers, cabling, and reactors (if used) that supply power to the drive. The impedance can be calculated using the information supplied in Wiring and Grounding Guidelines for PWM AC Drives, publication DRIVES-IN001.

Motor Considerations
Due to the operational characteristics of AC variable frequency drives, motors with inverter grade insulation systems designed to meet or exceed NEMA MG1 Part 31.40.4.2 standards for resistance to spikes of 1600 volts are recommended. Guidelines must be followed when using non-inverter grade motors to avoid premature motor failures. Refer to Wiring and Grounding Guidelines for Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) AC Drives, publication DRIVES-IN001 for recommendations.

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Voltage Tolerance
Drive Rating 380400 Nominal Line Voltage 380 400 480 Nominal Motor Voltage 380 400 460 Drive Full Power Range 380528 400528 460528 Drive Operating Range 342528

Drive Full Power Range = Drive Operating Range =

Nominal Motor Voltage to Drive Rated Voltage + 10%. Rated current is available across the entire Drive Full Power Range Lowest Nominal Motor Voltage - 10% to Drive Rated Voltage + 10%. Drive Output is linearly derated when Actual Line Voltage is less than the Nominal Motor Voltage

Hp @ Motor (Drive Output)

No Drive Output

Derated Power Range Full Power Range Drive Operating Range

Nominal Motor Voltage -10% Nominal Motor Voltage

Drive Rated Voltage Drive Rated Voltage +10%

Actual Line Voltage (Drive Input)

Example: Calculate the maximum power of a 5 Hp, 460V motor connected to a 480V rated drive supplied with 342V Actual Line Voltage input. Actual Line Voltage / Nominal Motor Voltage = 74.3% 74.3% 5 Hp = 3.7 Hp 74.3% 60 Hz = 44.6 Hz At 342V Actual Line Voltage, the maximum power the 5 Hp, 460V motor can produce is 3.7 Hp at 44.6 Hz.
Hp @ Motor (Drive Output)
5 Hp 3.7 Hp

No Drive Output

342V 460V

480V 528V

Actual Line Voltage (Drive Input)

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Wire Recommendations
Type Power
(1)(2)

Standard

Wire Type(s)

Signal

(1) (3) (4)

Standard Analog I/O Remote Pot Encoder/ Pulse I/O <30 m (100 ft) Encoder/ Pulse I/O 30 to 152 m (100 to 500 ft)

Combined

Description Four tinned copper conductors with XLPE insulation. Copper braid/aluminum foil combination shield and tinned copper drain wire. PVC jacket. 0.750 mm2 (18AWG), twisted pair, 100% shield with drain. 0.750 mm2 (18AWG), 3 conductor, shielded. 0.196 mm2 (24AWG) individually shielded pairs.

Min. Insulation Rating 600V, 75 C (167 F)

300V, 7590 C (167194 F)

Encoder/ Pulse I/O 152 to 259 m (500 to 850 ft.)

Digital I/O Safety Inputs Homing Inputs


(1)(3)(4)

Un-shielded Shielded

0.196 mm2 (24AWG) individually shielded pairs. Power 0.750 mm2 (18AWG) in.dividually shielded pairs Combined 0.330 mm2 (18AWG), power is 0.500 mm2 (20AWG) individually shielded pairs. Signal 0.196 mm2 (24AWG) individually shielded pairs. Power 0.750 mm2 (18AWG) individually shielded pairs. Combined 0.750 mm2 (18AWG) individually shielded pairs. Per US NEC or applicable national or local 300V, code. 60 C (140 F) 2 (18AWG), 3 conductor, Multi-conductor shielded cable 0.750 mm shielded. Signal

(1) (2) (3) (4)

Control and signal wires should be separated from power wires by at least 0.3 meters (1 foot). The use of shielded wire for AC input power may not be necessary but is always recommended. If the wires are short and contained within a cabinet which has no sensitive circuits, the use of shielded wire may not be necessary, but is always recommended. I/O terminals labeled () or Common are not referenced to earth ground and are designed to greatly reduce common mode interference. Grounding these terminals can cause signal noise.

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Terminal Block Specifications


Table 9 Frames 25 Power Terminal Block
Strip Length 8.0 mm (0.31 in.) 10.0 mm (0.39 in.) 10.0 mm (0.39 in.) 12.0 mm (0.5 in.) Recommended Torque 0.5 Nm (4.4 lbin) 1.2 Nm (10.6 lbin) 2.7 Nm (24 lbin) 4.0 Nm (35 lbin) Recommended Tool(s) #1 Flat Screwdriver #2 Flat Screwdriver #2 Pozidrive 492-C Phillips 0.25 in. Flat Screwdriver #2 Pozidrive 492-C Phillips 0.25 in. Flat Screwdriver Wire Size Range (1) (2) Frame Maximum Minimum 2 4.0 mm2 0.2 mm2 (10 AWG) (24 AWG) 0.5 mm2 3 16.0 mm2 (6 AWG) (20 AWG) 4 25.0 mm2 2.5 mm2 (3 AWG) (14 AWG) 5 35.0 mm2 (1 AWG) 10.0 mm2 (8 AWG)

(1) Maximum/minimum wire sizes that the terminal block will accept - these are not recommendations. (2) Terminal blocks are designed to accept a single wire.

Table 10 Frames 6 & 7 Power Terminal Block


Frame 6 7 Maximum Lug Width 34.6 mm (1.36 in.) 43.5 mm (1.71 in.) Recommended Torque 11.3 Nm (100 lbin) 11.3 Nm (100 lbin) Terminal Bolt Size M8 x 1.25 M8 x 1.25 Recommended Tool 13 mm Hex Socket 13 mm Hex Socket

Table 11 Frames 27 PE Grounding Stud


Frame 2 3 4 5 6 7 Recommended Torque 1.36 Nm (12 lbin) 3.4 Nm (30 lbin) 3.4 Nm (30 lbin) 3.4 Nm (30 lbin) 11.3 Nm (100 lbin) 11.3 Nm (100 lbin) Terminal Bolt Size M4 M6 M6 M6 M8 M8 Recommended Tool 7 mm Hex Deep Socket 10 mm Hex Deep Socket 10 mm Hex Deep Socket 10 mm Hex Deep Socket 13 mm Hex Socket 13 mm Hex Socket

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Figure 25

Typical Terminal Block Location and Termination Points

Frame 2

Frame 3

Frame 4

Frame 5

Table 12 Frames 25
No. Name Power Terminal Block PE Grounding Studs PE-A and PE-B Optional NEMA/UL Type 1 Conduit Box Optional EMC Plate Description R/L1, S/L2, T/L3, BR1, BR2, +DC, -DC, U/T1, V/T2, W/T3 Terminating point to chassis ground for incoming AC line and motor shields. MOV and CMC Jumper Screws Terminating point to chassis ground for incoming AC line, motor shields, and control wire shields. Terminating point to chassis ground for incoming AC line, motor shields, and control wire shields.

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Figure 26

Typical Terminal Block Location and Termination Points (continued)


Frame 6


Frame 7

Table 13 Frames 67
No. Name Power Terminals PE Grounding Studs DC Bus and Brake Terminals PE-A and PE-B DC+ and DCDescription R/L1, S/L2, T/L3, U/T1, V/T2, W/T3 Terminating point to chassis ground for incoming AC line and motor shield. +DC, -DC, BR1, BR2 MOV and CMC Jumper Wires Bus Voltage Test Points

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Power Terminal Blocks


Frame 2 Power Terminal Blocks

L1 L2 L3 BR BR + - T1 T2 T3 R S T 1 2 DC DC U V W
3

L1 L2 L3 BR BR + - T1 T2 T3 R S T 1 2 DC DC U V W
4

6 (1)

7 (1)

(1) DC Bus Terminals are optional on Frame 6 and 7 drives: catalog number position 5. Dynamic Brake Resistor Terminals are optional on Frame 6 and 7 drives: catalog number position 12. Refer to Catalog Number Explanation on page 4.

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Power Terminal Block Designations


Terminal +DC -DC BR1 BR2 U V W R S T PE / Description DC Bus (+) DC Bus () DC Brake (+) DC Brake () U (T1) V (T2) W (T3) R (L1) S (L2) T (L3) PE Ground Notes DC Input Power or Dynamic Brake Chopper DC Input Power or Dynamic Brake Chopper Dynamic Brake Resistor Connection (+) Dynamic Brake Resistor Connection () Motor Connections (1)

AC Line Input Power

Terminating point to chassis ground for incoming AC line and motor shield.

(1) Important: Motors with NEMA MG1 Part 31.40.4.2 inverter grade insulation systems are recommended. If you intend to connect a motor that is not rated inverter grade, refer to Wiring and Grounding Guidelines for Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) AC Drives, publication DRIVES-IN001 for recommendations.

Common Bus Power Wiring


Figure 27 Common Bus Terminal Block Location and Termination Points

Frame 5

Table 14 Frame 5 Common Bus


No. Name Power Terminal Connections PE Grounding Studs PE-B Optional NEMA/UL Type 1 Conduit Box Optional EMC Plate Description +DC, -DC, U/T1, V/T2, W/T3 Terminating point to chassis ground for incoming DC line and motor shields. CMC Jumper Screw Terminating point to chassis ground for incoming AC line, motor shields, and control wire shields. Terminating point to chassis ground for incoming AC line, motor shields, and control wire shields.

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Figure 28

Common Bus Terminal Block Location and Termination Points (continued)

Frame 6

Frame 7

Table 15 Frames 67 Common Bus


No. Name Power Terminals PE Grounding Studs DC Bus and Brake Terminals PE-B DC+ and DCDescription +DC, -DC, U/T1, V/T2, W/T3 Terminating point to chassis ground for incoming DC line and motor shield. +DC, -DC, BR1, BR2 CMC Jumper Wire Bus Voltage Test Points

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Common Bus Power Terminal Blocks


Frame 5 Power Terminal Blocks

6 (1)

7 (1)

(1) Dynamic Brake Resistor Terminals are optional on Frame 6 and 7 drives: catalog number position 12. Refer to Catalog Number Explanation on page 4.

Terminal +DC -DC BR1 BR2 U V W PE /

Description DC Bus (+) DC Bus () DC Brake (+) DC Brake () U (T1) V (T2) W (T3) PE Ground

Notes DC Input Power DC Input Power Dynamic Brake Resistor Connection (+) Dynamic Brake Resistor Connection () Motor Connections (1)

Terminating point to chassis ground for incoming DC line and motor shield.

(1) Important: Motors with NEMA MG1 Part 31.40.4.2 inverter grade insulation systems are recommended. If you intend to connect a motor that is not rated inverter grade, refer to Wiring and Grounding Guidelines for Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) AC Drives, publication DRIVES-IN001 for recommendations.

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Minimum Dynamic Brake Resistance


Table 16 400 Volt Ratings - Minimum Resistance
Frame ND kW Minimum Resistance Maximum DB Current

4 5

0.75 1.5 2.2 4.0 5.5 7.5 11 15 18.5 22 30 37 37 (IP54, NEMA/UL Type 12) 45 55 55 (IP54, NEMA/UL Type 12) 75 90 110 132 132 (IP54, NEMA/UL Type 12) 160 200 250

31.6 31.6 31.6 31.6 31.6 31.6 22.6 31.6 31.6 16.6 15.8 15.8 7.9 7.9 7.9 3.3 3.3 3.3 3.3 3.3 2.4 2.4 2.4 1.65

25 25 25 25 25 25 34.9 25 25 47.6 50 50 100 100 100 239.4 239.4 239.4 239.4 239.4 329 329 329 478.8

Table 17 480 Volt Ratings - Minimum Resistance


Frame ND Hp Minimum Resistance Maximum DB Current

4 5

1.0 2.0 3.0 5.0 7.5 10 15 20 25 30 40 50 50 (IP54, NEMA/UL Type 12) 60 75 75 (IP54, NEMA/UL Type 12) 100 125 150 200 200 (IP54, NEMA/UL Type 12) 250 300 350

31.6 31.6 31.6 31.6 31.6 31.6 22.6 31.6 31.6 16.6 15.8 15.8 7.9 7.9 7.9 3.3 3.3 3.3 3.3 3.3 2.4 2.4 2.4 1.65

25 25 25 25 25 25 34.9 25 25 47.6 50 50 100 100 100 239.4 239.4 239.4 239.4 239.4 329 329 329 478.8

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Using 750-Series Drives with Regen Power Units


If a Regenerative unit (i.e., 1336 REGEN) is used as a bus supply or a brake, the common mode capacitors should be disconnected. Refer to page 53 for information on removing common mode capacitors.
Regenerative Unit to Drive Connections

Regenerative Brake Mode


Frame(s) 27 Terminals 1336 Regen DC+ & DCPowerFlex 750-Series Drive +DC & -DC

Regenerative Bus Supply Mode


Frame(s) 27 Terminals 1336 Regen DC+ & DCPowerFlex 750-Series Drive +DC & -DC

Refer to 1336 REGEN Line Regeneration Package User Manual, publication 1336-REGEN-5.0, for more information.

Power & Ground Wiring

R (L1) S (L2) T (L3)

U (T1) V (T2) W (T3)

PE

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Drive, Fuse & Circuit Breaker Ratings


Table 19 and Table 20 provide drive ratings (including continuous, 1 minute and 3 second) and recommended AC line input fuse and circuit breaker information. Sizes listed are the recommended sizes based on 40 degree C and the U.S N.E.C. Other country, state or local codes may require different ratings. Refer to Table 18 which describes input device requirements based on physical installation choice.
Table 18 Input Device Requirements
Frames Enclosure Catalog Code N F 2, 3, 4, 5 N F G Enclosure Type IP20 NEMA/UL Open Type Flange IP20 NEMA/UL Open Type Flange IP54 NEMA/UL Type 12 Installation Type UL Certification Required Installed in a non-ventilated All devices in Table 19 are cabinet. Heat sink is inside or acceptable. outside of cabinet. UL Certification Not Required

N 6, 7 G

Installed outside of cabinet using NEMA Type 1 kit or in a ventilated cabinet. Installed inside or outside of any cabinet. Installed in any cabinet. Heat sink is inside or outside IP00 of cabinet. NEMA/UL Open Type Installed outside of cabinet using NEMA Type 1 kit. IP54 Installed inside or outside of NEMA/UL Type 12 any cabinet.

Devices in Table 19 excluding time delay fuses and maximum value for non-time delay fuses. All devices in Table 19 are All devices in Table 19 are acceptable. acceptable. All devices in Table 19 are acceptable. All devices in Table 19 are acceptable.

Fusing

For optimum protection, semiconductor type fusing is recommended. For general purpose fusing, refer to the recommended types listed below. IEC BS88 (British Standard) Parts 1 & 2(1), EN60269-1, Parts 1 & 2, type gG or equivalent should be used. UL UL Class CC, T, RK1 or J should be used.

(1) Typical designations include, but may not be limited to the following; Parts 1 & 2: AC, AD, BC, BD, CD, DD ED, EFS, EF, FF, FG, GF, GG, GH.

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Table 19 400 Volt AC Input Protection Devices


Input Quantities Circuit Breaker Max Size(5) Input Quantities DC Input Protection

Frame (2)

Applied Rating (1)

Drive Sized For Normal Duty Output Overload Continuous Catalog Number Amps Output Amps (x = F or G) 60 sec 3 sec AC Input Protection Devices Dual Element Continuous Time Delay Non-Time AC Input Fuse Delay Fuse (3) (4) kVA Amps Min Max Min(3) Max(4) Motor Circuit Protector 140M Motor Starter with Adjustable Current (6) Range (7) (8) Continuous DC Input Non-Time Delay kW Amps Fuse

Drive Sized For Heavy Duty Output Catalog Overload Number Amps (x = F or G) 60 sec 3 sec

400 Volt AC Input


M-C2E-B25 M-C2E-B40 M-C2E-B63 M-C2E-C10 M-C2E-C16 M-C2E-C20 M-C2E-C25 M-F8E-C10 M-F8E-C16 M-F8E-C20 M-F8E-C25 M-F8E-C32 M-F8E-C45 3.7 6.3 9.0 15.6 20.7 23.1 33.0 45.0 55.5 64.5 90.0 108.0 127.5 156.0 210.0 255.0 307.5 390.0 453.0 550.5 684.0 20xC2P1 20xC3P5 20xC5P0 20xC8P7 20xC011 20xC022 20xC030 20xC037 20xC043 20xC060 20xC072 20xC085 20xC104 20xC140 20xC170 20xC205 20xC260 20xC302 20xC367 20xC456 3.1 5.2 7.5 13.0 17.2 24.2 33.0 45.0 55.5 66.0 90.0 108.0 127.5 156.0 210.0 255.0 307.5 390.0 453.0 550.5 3.7 6.3 9.0 15.6 20.7 33.0 45.0 55.5 66.6 90.0 108.0 129.6 156.0 210.0 255.0 307.5 390.0 468.0 550.5 684.0 1.2 1.9 3.1 5.4 7.4 10.1 14.6 19.9 24.5 28.5 39.8 48.9 57.7 71.3 95.0 115.4 139.1 176.5 205.0 249.1 309.5 1.7 2.8 4.5 7.8 10.7 14.6 21.1 28.7 35.4 41.2 57.4 70.5 83.3 102.9 137.2 166.5 200.8 254.7 295.9 359.5 446.7 3 6 6 10 15 20 30 40 45 55 75 90 110 130 175 225 275 325 400 475 600 6 7 10 17.5 25 30 45 60 80 90 125 150 175 225 300 375 450 575 675 800 1000 3 6 6 10 15 20 30 40 45 55 75 90 110 130 175 225 275 325 400 475 600 8 12 20 30 45 60 80 120 125 150 225 275 325 400 550 600 600 750 900 1000 1800 15 15 20 30 45 60 80 100 110 120 180 200 250 300 400 500 600 700 900 1100 1300 3 7 7 15 15 20 30 50 50 60 100 100 150 150 250 250 400 400 600 600 600 M-D8E-B25 M-D8E-B40 M-D8E-B63 M-D8E-C10 M-D8E-C16 M-D8E-C20 M-D8E-C25 1.1 2.0 2.9 5.0 6.8 9.2 13.3 18.1 22.3 26.0 36.2 44.5 52.5 64.9 86.5 105.1 126.7 160.7 186.7 226.9 281.9 2.1 3.7 5.3 9.3 12.6 17.0 24.6 33.6 41.4 48.1 67.1 82.4 97.3 120.2 160.3 194.6 234.7 297.7 345.7 420.2 522.0

540 Volt DC Input


JKS-6 JKS-8 JKS-10 HSJ15 HSJ20 HSJ25 HSJ40 HSJ50 HSJ70 HSJ90 HSJ100 HSJ125 HSJ150 HSJ175 HSJ250 HSJ350 HSJ350 HSJ400 Bussman 170M6608 Bussman 170M6612 Bussman 170M6613

0.75 kW 1.5 kW 2.2 kW 4.0 kW 5.5 kW 7.5 kW 11 kW 15 kW 18.5 kW 22 kW 30 kW 37 kW 45 kW 55 kW 75 kW 90 kW 110 kW 132 kW 160 kW 200 kW 250 kW

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 6 6 7 7 7

2.1 3.5 5 8.7 11.5 15.4 22 30 37 43 60 72 85 104 140 170 205 260 302 367 456

20xC2P1 20xC3P5 20xC5P0 20xC8P7 20xC011 20xC015 20xC022 20xC030 20xC037 20xC043 20xC060 20xC072 20xC085 20xC104 20xC140 20xC170 20xC205 20xC260 20xC302 20xC367 20xC456

3.1 5.2 7.5 13.0 17.2 16.9 24.2 33.0 40.7 47.3 66.0 79.2 93.5 114.4 154.0 187.0 225.5 286.0 332.2 403.7 501.6

Notes:

(1) Applied Rating refers to the motor that will be connected to the drive. For example, a C015 drive can be used in Normal Duty mode on a 7.5 kW motor, or in Heavy Duty mode on a 5.5 kW motor. The drive can be programmed for either mode. Wiring and fuses can be sized based on the programmed mode. For any given drive catalog number, Normal Duty mode provides higher continuous current but smaller overload current with respect to Heavy Duty mode. See parameter 306 [Duty Rating]. (2) Enclosure codes F and N only. See Table 8 for frame sizes of other enclosure types. (3) Minimum protection device size is the lowest rated device that supplies maximum protection without nuisance tripping. (4) Maximum protection device size is the highest rated device that supplies drive protection. For US NEC, minimum size is 125% of motor FLA. Ratings shown are maximum. (5) Circuit Breaker - inverse time breaker. For US NEC, minimum size is 125% of motor FLA. Ratings shown are maximum. (6) Recommended Motor circuit protector - Instantaneous trip circuit breaker. The trip setting should be set to the input current of the drive and should be sized for the continuous current of the system. (7) Bulletin 140M with adjustable current range should have the current trip set to the minimum range that the device will not trip. (8) Manual Self-Protected (Type E) Combination Motor Controller. 480Y/277V and 600Y/347V AC Input.

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Table 20 480 Volt AC Input Protection Devices


Input Quantities Circuit Breaker Max Size(5) Continuous DC Input Non-Time Delay kW Amps Fuse Input Quantities DC Input Protection

Frame (2)

Applied Rating (1)

Drive Sized For Normal Duty Output Overload Continuous Catalog Number Amps Output Amps (x = F or G) 60 sec 3 sec AC Input Protection Devices Dual Element Continuous Time Delay Non-Time AC Input Fuse Delay Fuse (3) (4) kVA Amps Min Max Min(3) Max(4) Motor Circuit Protector 140M Motor Starter with Adjustable Current (6) Range (7) (8)

Drive Sized For Heavy Duty Output Catalog Overload Number Amps (x = F or G) 60 sec 3 sec

480 Volt AC Input


M-C2E-B25 M-C2E-B40 M-C2E-B63 M-C2E-C10 M-C2E-C16 M-C2E-C16 M-C2E-C25 M-F8E-C10 M-F8E-C16 M-F8E-C16 M-F8E-C25 M-F8E-C32 M-F8E-C45 M-F8E-C45 CMN-2500 CMN-4000 CMN-4000 CMN-4000 CMN-6300 CMN-9000 CMN-9000 CMN-9000 3.7 6.1 9.0 14.4 19.8 21.0 33.0 40.5 51.0 60.0 78.0 97.5 115.5 144.0 187.5 234.0 279.0 372.0 453.0 541.5 622.5 20xD2P1 20xD3P4 20xD5P0 20xD8P0 20xD011 20xD022 20xD027 20xD034 20xD040 20xD052 20xD065 20xD077 20xD096 20xD125 20xD156 20xD186 20xD248 20xD302 20xD361 20xD415 3.1 5.1 7.5 12.0 16.5 24.2 33.0 40.5 51.0 60.0 78.0 97.5 115.5 144.0 187.5 234.0 279.0 372.0 453.0 541.5 3.7 6.1 9.0 14.4 19.8 33.0 40.5 51.0 61.2 78.0 97.5 117.0 144.0 187.5 234.0 280.8 372.0 453.0 543.6 649.8 1.3 2.2 3.2 5.7 7.9 10.4 16.6 20.6 25.9 30.5 39.7 49.6 60.1 74.9 97.6 121.8 145.2 193.6 235.7 281.8 323.9 1.6 2.6 3.9 6.9 9.5 12.5 19.9 24.8 31.2 36.7 47.7 59.6 72.3 90.1 117.4 146.5 174.6 232.8 283.5 338.9 389.6 2 4 6 10 12 20 30 35 45 50 65 90 100 125 175 200 250 325 400 475 525 6 7 10 17.5 20 30 50 60 75 90 110 125 170 200 275 350 400 550 675 800 900 2 4 6 10 12 20 30 35 45 50 65 90 100 125 175 200 250 325 400 475 525 8 12 20 30 40 55 80 100 125 150 200 250 300 375 500 600 600 700 900 1000 1200 15 15 20 30 40 50 80 100 100 120 150 175 225 275 375 450 550 700 900 1000 1200 3 7 7 15 15 20 30 50 50 50 70 100 100 125 250 250 250 400 600 600 600 M-D8E-B25 M-D8E-B40 M-D8E-B63 M-D8E-C10 M-D8E-C16 M-D8E-C16 M-D8E-C25 1.2 1.9 2.9 5.2 7.2 9.5 15.1 18.8 23.6 27.8 36.1 45.1 54.7 68.3 88.9 110.9 132.2 176.3 214.7 256.6 295.0 1.9 3.0 4.5 8.1 11.1 14.7 23.3 28.9 36.4 42.9 55.7 69.7 84.5 105.3 137.1 171.2 204.1 272.1 331.3 396.1 455.3

650 Volt DC Input


JKS-6 JKS-6 JKS-10 HSJ15 HSJ20 HSJ30 HSJ40 HSJ50 HSJ60 HSJ80 HSJ90 HSJ100 HSJ150 HSJ175 HSJ200 HSJ300 HSJ400 HSJ400 Bussman 170M6608 Bussman 170M6612 Bussman 170M6612

1.0 Hp 2.0 Hp 3.0 Hp 5.0 Hp 7.5 Hp 10 Hp 15 Hp 20 Hp 25 Hp 30 Hp 40 Hp 50 Hp 60 Hp 75 Hp 100 Hp 125 Hp 150 Hp 200 Hp 250 Hp 300 Hp 350 Hp

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 6 6 7 7 7

2.1 3.4 5 8 11 14 22 27 34 40 52 65 77 96 125 156 186 248 302 361 415

20xD2P1 20xD3P4 20xD5P0 20xD8P0 20xD011 20xD014 20xD022 20xD027 20xD034 20xD040 20xD052 20xD065 20xD077 20xD096 20xD125 20xD156 20xD186 20xD248 20xD302 20xD361 20xD415

3.1 5.1 7.5 12.0 16.5 15.4 24.2 29.7 37.4 44.0 57.2 71.5 84.7 105.6 137.5 171.6 204.6 272.8 332.2 397.1 456.5

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(1) Applied Rating refers to the motor that will be connected to the drive. For example, a D014 drive can be used in Normal Duty mode on a 10 Hp motor, or in Heavy Duty mode on a 7.5 Hp motor. The drive can be programmed for either mode. Wiring and fuses can be sized based on the programmed mode. For any given drive catalog number, Normal Duty mode provides higher continuous current but smaller overload current with respect to Heavy Duty mode. See parameter 306 [Duty Rating]. (2) Enclosure codes F and N only. See Table 8 for frame sizes of other enclosure types. (3) Minimum protection device size is the lowest rated device that supplies maximum protection without nuisance tripping. (4) Maximum protection device size is the highest rated device that supplies drive protection. For US NEC, minimum size is 125% of motor FLA. Ratings shown are maximum. (5) Circuit Breaker - inverse time breaker. For US NEC, minimum size is 125% of motor FLA. Ratings shown are maximum. (6) Recommended Motor circuit protector - Instantaneous trip circuit breaker. The trip setting should be set to the input current of the drive and should be sized for the continuous current of the system. (7) Bulletin 140M with adjustable current range should have the current trip set to the minimum range that the device will not trip. (8) Manual Self-Protected (Type E) Combination Motor Controller. 480Y/277V and 600Y/347V AC Input.

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Drive Power Jumper Configuration


PowerFlex 750-Series drives contain protective MOVs and common mode capacitors that are referenced to ground. To guard against drive damage and/or operation problems, these devices must be properly configured according to Table 21.
MOV, AC EMI Capacitor, and Common Mode Capacitor Circuits
Figure 29
R/L1 S/L2 T/L3 2 3 1 PEA 4 2 3 1 4

MOV and AC EMI Capacitor Phase to Ground

Figure 30

Common Mode Capacitors to Ground

DC+ PEB

DC

! !

ATTENTION: PE-A and PE-B jumpers must be configured according to the recommendations in Table 21. ATTENTION: To avoid an electric shock hazard, verify that the voltage on the bus capacitors has discharged completely before removing/installing jumpers. Check the DC bus voltage at the Power Terminal Block by measuring between the +DC and -DC terminals (refer to Figure 25 and Figure 26 for location), between the +DC terminal and chassis, and between the -DC terminal and the chassis. The voltage must be zero for all three measurements.

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Table 21 Recommended Power Jumper Configurations


MOV / Input Filter Caps (PE-A) (2) Connected Connected DC Bus Common Mode Caps (PE-B) Disconnected Connected Default Configuration (Cat. No. Position 11) A J Benefits Of Correct Configuration on Power Source Type See below. UL compliance, Reduced electrical noise, Most stable operation, EMC compliance, Reduced voltage stress on components and motor bearings Helps avoid severe equipment damage when ground fault occurs

Power Source Type (1) Unknown AC fed Solidly Grounded DC fed from passive rectifier which has a Solidly Grounded AC source

AC fed Ungrounded Disconnected Disconnected N/A Impedance Grounded DC fed from an active converter

(1) It is highly recommended to accurately determine the power source type and then configure appropriately. (2) When MOVs are disconnected, the power system must have its own transient protection to insure known and controlled voltages.

To connect or disconnect these devices, refer to the jumper locations shown in Figure 32, Figure 33 and Figure 34. In addition, on an ungrounded distribution system where the line-to-ground voltages on any phase could exceed 125% of the nominal line-to-line voltage, an isolation transformer should be installed. See Wiring and Grounding Guidelines for Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) AC Drives, publication DRIVES-IN001 at www.rockwellautomation.com/literature for more information on impedance grounded and ungrounded systems.

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Power Jumper Screw Removal and Storage

Frames 25 use jumper screws to complete an electrical connection when installed. Install or remove jumper screws according to the recommendations in Table 21. ATTENTION: Hazard of equipment damage exists if jumpers are not properly disconnected. For Frames 25, completely remove the jumper screw from the circuit board.

When power jumper screws are not used, they are stored on the left interior chassis wall as shown.
Figure 31 Typical Frame 25 Jumper Screw Storage Location (Frame 4 shown)

When screws are installed: Recommended torque = 1.36 Nm (12.0 lbin) +/- 0.14 Nm (1.2 lbin) Recommended screwdriver = 6.4 mm (0.25 in.) flat or T15 Hexalobular
Figure 32 Typical Frame 25 Jumper Screw Installation Locations (Frame 4 shown)

Connected

Disconnected

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Power Jumper Wire Removal and Storage

Frames 67 use jumper wires to complete an electrical connection when installed. Install or remove jumper wires according to the recommendations in Table 21. ATTENTION: Hazard of equipment damage exists if jumpers are not properly disconnected. For Frames 67, secure the disconnected jumper wire to the standoff provided.
Frame 6 Jumper Wire Locations
Connected Common Mode Disconnected

!
Figure 33

MOV

When jumper wires are connected: Recommended torque (screws and nuts) = 1.36 Nm (12.0 lbin) Recommended hex socket = 7 mm Recommended screwdriver = T20 Hexalobular

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Figure 34

Frame 7 Jumper Wire Locations


Connected Common Mode Disconnected

MOV

When jumper wires are connected: Recommended torque (screws and nuts) = 1.36 Nm (12.0 lbin) Recommended hex socket = 7 mm Recommended screwdriver = T20 Hexalobular

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Step 4

I/O Wiring
Important points to remember about I/O wiring: Always use copper wire. Wire with an insulation rating of 600V or greater is recommended. Control and signal wires should be separated from power wires by at least 0.3 meters (1 foot). In order to maintain electrical safety for all user-accessible low voltage circuits (ELV and PELV circuits), I/O terminals designated for 24V or lower voltage must not be connected to a circuit of higher voltage or a circuit which is not adequately insulated from dangerous voltages with double or reinforced insulation within other connected equipment or wiring. In order to provide electrical safety for user-accessible low voltage I/O circuits which are referenced to earth (PELV circuits) and which may be touched simultaneously, care should be taken to provide a common earth reference for all equipment connected to the drive. Important: I/O terminals labeled () or Common are not referenced to earth ground and are designed to greatly reduce common mode interference. Grounding these terminals can cause signal noise. ATTENTION: Hazard of personal injury or equipment damage exists when using bipolar input sources. Noise and drift in sensitive input circuits can cause unpredictable changes in motor speed and direction. Use speed command parameters to help reduce input source sensitivity.

I/O Terminal Blocks


Table 22 I/O Terminal Block Specifications
Name 753 Control Module TB2 753 Control Module TB1 and TB3 755 Control Module TB1 755 I/O Module TB1 755 I/O Module TB2 Safe Torque Off Single Incremental Encoder Safe Speed Monitor TB1 and TB2 Dual Incremental Encoder Universal Feedback Module Auxiliary Power Supply TB1 Wire Size Range Maximum Minimum 0.3 mm2 2.5 mm2 (14 AWG) (28 AWG) 2.5 mm2 0.3 mm2 (14 AWG) (28 AWG) 2.5 mm2 0.3 mm2 (14 AWG) (28 AWG) 2.5 mm2 0.3 mm2 (14 AWG) (28 AWG) 4.0 mm2 0.25 mm2 (12 AWG) (24 AWG) 0.8 mm2 0.3 mm2 (18 AWG) (28 AWG) 0.8 mm2 0.3 mm2 (18 AWG) (28 AWG) 0.25 mm2 2.5 mm2 (14 AWG) (24 AWG) 0.8 mm2 0.3 mm2 (18 AWG) (28 AWG) 0.8 mm2 0.3 mm2 (18 AWG) (28 AWG) 2.5 mm2 0.3 mm2 (14 AWG) (28 AWG) Torque Maximum 0.25 Nm (2.2 lbin) 0.25 Nm (2.2 lbin) 0.25 Nm (2.2 lbin) 0.25 Nm (2.2 lbin) 0.5 Nm (4.4 lbin) N/A N/A 0.25 Nm (2.2 lbin) N/A N/A 0.25 Nm (2.2 lbin) 0.2 Nm (1.8 lbin) 0.2 Nm (1.8 lbin) Recommended 0.2 Nm (1.8 lbin) 0.2 Nm (1.8 lbin) 0.2 Nm (1.8 lbin) 0.2 Nm (1.8 lbin) 0.4 Nm (3.5 lbin) Strip Length 6 mm (0.24 in.) 6 mm (0.24 in.) 6 mm (0.24 in.) 6 mm (0.24 in.) 7 mm (0.28 in.) 10 mm (0.39 in.) 10 mm (0.39 in.) 6 mm (0.24 in.) 10 mm (0.39 in.) 10 mm (0.39 in.) 6 mm (0.24 in.)

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Access Drive Control Pod


1. Remove drive cover Frames 25

Squeeze locking tabs and pull out bottom of cover. Pull cover down and away from the chassis. Frames 67

Loosen door screws. Gently pry the door open to remove.


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2. Lift the Human Interface Module (HIM) cradle (All Frames).

Loosen the retention screw. Lift the cradle until the latch engages.

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PowerFlex 753 Main Control Board

Table 23 753 Main Control Board Details


No. Name HIM Connector Fan Connector Battery Receptacle Jumper J1 ENABLE Jumper J2 SAFETY Jumper J4 Input Mode TB1 DPI Port 2 TB3 TB2 Description DPI Port 1 (HIM Cradle) connection. Power supply for internal cooling fan (Frames 2 & 3). User installed CR1220 lithium coin cell battery provides power to the Real Time Clock (Optional, not supplied). Hardware enable jumper. Removed when a hardware enable configuration is utilized. Safety enable jumper. Removed when safety option is installed. Input mode jumper. Select voltage mode or current mode. I/O terminal block. Cable connection for handheld and remote HIM options. Digital input power terminal block. Relay terminal block.

Table 24 J4 Input Mode Jumper


Jumper Position Voltage Mode Current Mode

31 J4 42 J4

31 42

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Table 25 TB1 Terminal Designations


Terminal Name Ao0 Analog Out 0 () Ao0+ Analog Out 0 (+)
Ao0Ao0+ 10VC +10V Ai0Ai0+ PtcPtc+ To0 24VC +24V Di C Di 1 Di 2

10VC +10V Ai0 Ai0+ Ptc Ptc+ T0 24VC +24V Di C Di 1 Di 2

10 Volt Common +10 Volt Reference Analog Input 0 () Analog Input 0 (+) Motor PTC () Motor PTC (+) Transistor Output 0 24 Volt Common +24 Volt DC Digital Input Common Digital Input 1 Digital Input 2

Description Bipolar, 10V, 11 bit & sign, 2 k ohm minimum load. 4-20 mA, 11 bit & sign, 400 ohm maximum load. For (+) 10 Volt references. 2k ohm minimum. Isolated (1), bipolar, differential, 10V, 11 bit & sign, 88k ohm input impedance. Motor protection device (Positive Temperature Coefficient). Open drain output, 48V DC, 250 mA maximum load. Drive supplied logic input power. 150 mA maximum 24V DC - Opto isolated Low State: less than 5V DC High State: greater than 20V DC

Related Param

(1) Differential Isolation - External source must be maintained at less than 160V with respect to PE. Input provides high common mode immunity.

Note: 753 Main Control Board I/O TB1 wiring examples begin on page 69.
Table 26 TB2 Terminal Designations
Fixed I/O Terminal R0NC R0C R0NO Name Relay 0 N.C. Relay 0 Common Relay 0 N.O. Description Output Relay 0 normally closed contact. Output Relay 0 common Output Relay 0 normally open contact.

R0NC R0C R0NO

Table 27 TB3 Terminal Designations


Power Block Terminal Di 0dc Di 0dc Di C Di C Di 0ac Di 0ac Name Digital Input 120V AC Digital Input Common Digital Input 24V DC Description Connections for DC power supply. Digital input common Connections for AC power supply.

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PowerFlex 755 Main Control Board

Table 28 Control Board Details


No. Name HIM Connector Fan Connector Battery Receptacle DPI Port 2 Embedded EtherNet/IP(1) Address Selectors Embedded EtherNet/IP(1) Connector Jumper J2 SAFETY Jumper J1 ENABLE TB1 Description DPI Port 1 (HIM Cradle) connection. Power supply for internal cooling fan (Frames 2 & 3). User installed CR1220 lithium coin cell battery provides power to the Real Time Clock (Optional, not supplied). Cable connection for handheld and remote HIM options. Rotary switches for setting lowest octet of EtherNet address (forces address to 192.168.1.xxx). Refer to the User Manual, publication 750-UM001 for instructions on setting the IP address. Network cable connection. Safety enable jumper. Removed when safety option is installed. Hardware enable jumper. Removed when a hardware enable configuration is utilized. I/O terminal block.

(1) Refer to the PowerFlex 755 Drive Embedded EtherNet/IP Adapter User Manual, publication 750COM-UM001.

Table 29 TB1 I/O Terminal Designations


Fixed I/O
Di 0ac Di C Di 0dc +24V 24VC

Terminal Di 0ac Di C Di 0dc +24V 24VC

Name Digital Input 120V AC Digital Input Common Digital Input 24V DC +24 Volt Power 24 Volt Common

Description Connections for AC power supply. Digital input common Connections for DC power supply. Connections for drive supplied 24V power.

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Hardware Enable Circuitry


The main control module has one digital input that can be used as a general purpose programmable input, or by removal of a jumper, configured as a dedicated hardware enable, which is unaffected by parameter settings. To configure the input as a dedicated hardware enable, complete the following steps. 1. Access the control pod as described beginning on page 59. 2. Locate and remove Jumper J1 ENABLE on the Main Control Board (see diagram). PowerFlex 753 - J1 Jumper Location

J1

PowerFlex 755 - J1 Jumper Location

J1

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Safety Enable Circuitry


The drive ships with the safety enable jumper (J2 SAFETY) installed. This jumper must be removed when using the safe torque off or speed monitoring safety options. Important: Failure to remove the jumper will cause the drive to fault when a start command is issued. PowerFlex 753 - J2 Jumper Location

J2

PowerFlex 755 - J2 Jumper Location


J2

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Option Module Installation


Compatible port locations may be restricted for each module. An icon with position number(s) is provided to indicate which option module ports are compatible. For example, the icon to the right indicates that the option module is only compatible with port 4. ATTENTION: Hazard of equipment damage exists if an option module is installed or removed while the drive is powered. To avoid damaging the drive, verify that the voltage on the bus capacitors has discharged completely and all control power is removed before performing any work on the drive. Check the DC bus voltage at the Power Terminal Block by measuring between the +DC and -DC terminals (refer to Figure 25 and Figure 26 for location), between the +DC terminal and chassis, and between the -DC terminal and the chassis. The voltage must be zero for all three measurements.

To install an option module: 1. Firmly press the module edge connector into the desired port. 2. Tighten the top and bottom retaining screws. Recommended torque = 0.45 Nm (4.0 lbin) Recommended screwdriver = T15 Hexalobular Important: Do not over-tighten retaining screws.

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I/O Module
Table 30 Input Mode Jumpers
Jumper Position Voltage Mode Current Mode

20-750-2262C-2R 20-750-2262D-2R 20-750-2263C-1R2T

Ai1 Ai0

Ai1 Ai0

Table 31 TB1 Terminal Designations


Terminal Name Sh Shield Sh Ptc Ptc+ Ao0 Ao0+ Ao1 Ao1+ 10V 10VC +10V Ai0 Ai0+ Ai1 Ai1+ 24VC +24V Di C Di 0 Di 1 Di 2 Di 3 Di 4 Di 5 Motor PTC () Motor PTC (+) Analog Out 0 () Analog Out 0 (+) Analog Out 1 () Analog Out 1 (+) 10 Volt Reference 10 Volt Common +10 Volt Reference Analog Input 0 () Analog Input 0 (+) Analog Input 1 () Analog Input 1 (+) 24 Volt Common +24 Volt DC Digital Input Common Digital Input 0 (1) Digital Input 1 (1) Digital Input 2 (1) Digital Input 3 (1) Digital Input 4 (1) Digital Input 5 (1) Description Terminating point for wire shields when an EMC plate or conduit box is not installed. Motor protection device (Positive Temperature Coefficient). Bipolar, 10V, 11 bit & sign, 2 k ohm minimum load. 4-20 mA, 11 bit & sign, 400 ohm maximum load. Related Param

40 75 85

Sh Sh PTC PTC+ Ao0 Ao0+ Ao1 Ao1+ 10V 10VC +10V Ai0 Ai0+ Ai1 Ai1+ 24VC +24V DiC Di0 Di1 Di2 Di3 Di4 Di5

2k ohm minimum. For () and (+) 10 Volt references. 2k ohm minimum. Isolated (2), bipolar, differential, 10V, 50, 70 11 bit & sign, 88k ohm input impedance. 60, 70 Drive supplied logic input power. 200 mA max. Common for Digital Inputs 05 1 24V DC - Opto isolated Low State: less than 5V DC High State: greater than 20V DC 11.2 mA DC 115V AC, 50/60 Hz - Opto isolated Low State: less than 30V AC High State: greater than 100V AC

(1) Digital Inputs are either 24 Volts DC (2262C) or 115 Volts AC (2262D) based on module catalog number. Ensure applied voltage is correct for I/O module. (2) Differential Isolation - External source must be maintained at less than 160V with respect to PE. Input provides high common mode immunity.

Table 32 TB2 Terminal Designations (2 Relay Outputs: 2R))


Relay Out
R0NO R0C R0NC R1NO R1C R1NC

Terminal R0NO R0C R0NC R1NO R1C R1NC

Name Relay 0 N.O. Relay 0 Common Relay 0 N.C. Relay 1 N.O. Relay 1 Common Relay 1 N.C.

Description Relay contact output Rating: 240V AC or 24V DC = 2 A max. Inductive/Resistive

Related Param 10

20

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Table 33 TB2 Terminal Designations (1 Relay and 2 Transistor Outputs: IR2T)


Relay Out
R0NO R0C R0NC T0 TC T1

Terminal R0NO R0C R0NC T0 TC T1

Name Relay 0 N.O. Relay 0 Common Relay 0 N.C. Transistor Output 0 Transistor Output Common Transistor Output 1

Description Relay contact output Rating: 240V AC or 24V DC = 2 A max. Inductive/Resistive Transistor output Rating: 24V DC = 1 A max. Resistive

Related Param 10

20

30

Parameter Access

Refer to Select A Device on page 96 for instructions on how to access parameters on an option module.
Table 34 I/O Module Parameter List By Number
Number 1 2 3 5 6 7 10 11 12 13 14 15 20 21 22 23 24 25 30 31 32 33 34 35 40 41 42 45 46 47 50 Parameter Name Dig In Sts Dig In Filt Mask(1) Dig In Filt(1) Dig Out Sts Dig Out Invert Dig Out Setpoint RO0 Sel RO0 Level Sel RO0 Level RO0 Level CmpSts RO0 On Time RO0 Off Time RO1 Sel(2) TO0 Sel(3) RO1 Level Sel(2) TO0 Level Sel(3) RO1 Level(2) TO0 Level(3) RO1 Level CmpSts(2) TO0 Level CmpSts(3) RO1 On Time(2) TO0 On Time(3) RO1 Off Time(2) TO0 Off Time(3) TO1 Sel(3) TO1 Level Sel(3) TO1 Level(3) TO1 Level CmpSts(3) TO1 On Time(3) TO1 Off Time(3) PTC Cfg PTC Sts PTC Raw Value Anlg In Type Anlg In Sqrt Anlg In Loss Sts Anlg In0 Value Group Digital Inputs Digital Inputs Digital Inputs Digital Outputs Digital Outputs Digital Outputs Digital Outputs Digital Outputs Digital Outputs Digital Outputs Digital Outputs Digital Outputs Digital Outputs Digital Outputs Digital Outputs Digital Outputs Digital Outputs Digital Outputs Digital Outputs Digital Outputs Digital Outputs Digital Outputs Digital Outputs Digital Outputs Digital Outputs Digital Outputs Digital Outputs Digital Outputs Digital Outputs Digital Outputs Motor PTC Motor PTC Motor PTC Analog Inputs Analog Inputs Analog Inputs Analog Inputs Number 56 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 70 71 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 110 111 112 Parameter Name Anlg In0 Filt BW Anlg In1 Value Anlg In1 Hi Anlg In1 Lo Anlg In1 LssActn Anlg In1 Raw Val Anlg In1 Filt Gn Anlg In1 Filt BW Anlg Out Type Anlg Out Abs Anlg Out0 Sel Anlg Out0 Stpt Anlg Out0 Data Anlg Out0 DataHi Anlg Out0 DataLo Anlg Out0 Hi Anlg Out0 Lo Anlg Out0 Val Anlg Out1 Sel Anlg Out1 Stpt Anlg Out1 Data Anlg Out1 DataHi Anlg Out1 DataLo Anlg Out1 Hi Anlg Out1 Lo Anlg Out1 Val PredMaint Sts RO0 Load Type RO0 Load Amps RO0 TotalLife RO0 ElapsedLife RO0 RemainLife RO0 LifeEvntLvl RO0 LifeEvntActn RO1 Load Type(2) RO1 Load Amps(2) RO1 TotalLife(2) Group Analog Inputs Analog Inputs Analog Inputs Analog Inputs Analog Inputs Analog Inputs Analog Inputs Analog Inputs Analog Outputs Analog Outputs Analog Outputs Analog Outputs Analog Outputs Analog Outputs Analog Outputs Analog Outputs Analog Outputs Analog Outputs Analog Outputs Analog Outputs Analog Outputs Analog Outputs Analog Outputs Analog Outputs Analog Outputs Analog Outputs Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main

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Number 51 52 53 54 55

Parameter Name Anlg In0 Hi Anlg In0 Lo Anlg In0 LssActn Anlg In0 Raw Val Anlg In0 Filt Gn

Group Analog Inputs Analog Inputs Analog Inputs Analog Inputs Analog Inputs

Number 113 114 115 116

Parameter Name RO1 ElapsedLife(2) RO1 RemainLife(2) RO1 LifeEvntLvl(2) RO1 LifeEvntActn(2)

Group Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main

(1) Parameter applies to models C-2R and C-1R2T only. (2) Parameter applies to models C-2R and D-2R only. (3) Parameter applies to model C-1R2T only.

I/O Wiring Examples


753 Main Control Board TB1 Wiring Examples
Input/Output Potentiometer Unipolar Speed Reference 10k Ohm Pot. Recommended (2k Ohm Minimum) Connection Example Required Parameter Changes Set Direction Mode Port 0: P308 [Direction Mode] = 0 Unipolar Set Selection Port 0: P545 [Spd Ref A Sel] = Port 0: P260 [Anlg In0 Value] Adjust Scaling Port 0: P261 [Anlg In0 Hi] = 10 Volt Port 0: P262 [Anlg In0 Lo] = 0 Volt Port 0: P547 [Spd Ref A AnlgHi] = 60 Hz Port 0: P548 [Spd Ref A AnlgLo] = 0 Hz View Results Port 0: P260 [Anlg In0 Value] Port 0: P592 [Selected Spd Ref] Set Direction Mode Port 0: P308 [Direction Mode] = 1 Bipolar Set Selection Port 0: P545 [Spd Ref A Sel] = Port 0: P260 [Anlg In0 Value] Adjust Scaling Port 0: P261 [Anlg In0 Hi] = +10 Volt Port 0: P262 [Anlg In0 Lo] = -10 Volt Port 0: P547 [Spd Ref A AnlgHi] = +60 Hz Port 0: P548 [Spd Ref A AnlgLo] = -60 Hz View Results Port 0: P260 [Anlg In0 Value] Port 0: P592 [Selected Spd Ref] Set Direction Mode Port 0: P308 [Direction Mode] = 0 Unipolar Set Selection Port 0: P545 [Spd Ref A Sel] = Port 0: P260 [Anlg In0 Value] Adjust Scaling Port 0: P261 [Anlg In0 Hi] = 10 Volt Port 0: P262 [Anlg In0 Lo] = 0 Volt Port 0: P547 [Spd Ref A AnlgHi] = 60 Hz Port 0: P548 [Spd Ref A AnlgLo] = 0 Hz View Results Port 0: P260 [Anlg In0 Value] Port 0: P592 [Selected Spd Ref]

10VC +10V Ai0 Ai0+

Analog Input Bipolar Speed Reference 10V Input

Common +

Ai0 Ai0+

Analog Voltage Input Unipolar Speed Reference 0 to +10V Input

Common +

Ai0 Ai0+

31 J4 42

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Input/Output Analog Current Input Unipolar Speed Reference 0-20 mA Input

Connection Example

Common +

Ai0 Ai0+

31 J4 42

Required Parameter Changes Set Direction Mode Port 0: P308 [Direction Mode] = 0 Unipolar Set Selection Port 0: P545 [Spd Ref A Sel] = Port 0: P260 [Anlg In0 Value] Adjust Scaling Port 0: P261 [Anlg In0 Hi] = 20 mA Port 0: P262 [Anlg In0 Lo] = 0 mA Port 0: P547 [Spd Ref A AnlgHi] = 60 Hz Port 0: P548 [Spd Ref A AnlgLo] = 0 Hz View Results Port 0: P260 [Anlg In0 Value] Port 0: P592 [Selected Spd Ref]

HW Input PTC PTC Nominal = 1.8 k Ohm PTC Trip = 3.1k Ohm PTC Reset = 2.2 k Ohm

1.8k PTC

Ptc Ptc+

Configuration Port 0: P250 [PTC Cfg] = 0 Ignore, 1 Alarm, 2 Flt Minor, 3 FltCoastStop, 4 Flt RampStop, or 5 Flt CL Stop View Results Port 0: P251 [PTC Status]

ATTENTION: To avoid an electric shock hazard, the connection of the motor temperature sensor requires double or reinforced insulation between motor live parts and the PTC.

Analog Voltage Output 10V, 020 mA Bipolar +10V Unipolar


Ao0 Ao0+

2-Wire Control Non-Reversing 24V DC internal supply

Stop-Run 24VC +24V Di C Di 1

2-Wire Control Reversing External supply

+24V Common

Run Fwd Run Rev Di C Di 1 Di 2

Configuration Port 0: P270 [Anlg Out Type], bit 0 = 0 Set Selection Port 0: P275 [Anlg Out0 Sel] = Port 0: P3 [Mtr Vel Fdbk] Adjust Scaling Port 0: P278 [Anlg Out0 DataHi] = 60 Hz Port 0: P279 [Anlg Out0 DataLo] = 0 Hz Port 0: P280 [Anlg Out0 Hi] =10V/20 mA Port 0: P281 [Anlg Out0 Lo] = 0V/0 mA View Results Port 0: P277 [Anlg Out0 Data] Port 0: P282 [Anlg Out0 Val] Set Direction Mode Port 0: P308 [Direction Mode] = 2 Rev Disable Configuration Port 0: P150 [Digital In Cfg] = 1 Run Level Set Selection Port 0: P163 [DI Run] = Port 0: P220 [Digital In Sts], bit 1 = Digital In 1 View Results Port 0: P220 [Digital In Sts] Port 0: P935 [Drive Status 1] Set Direction Mode Port 0: P308 [Direction Mode] = 0 Unipolar Configuration Port 0: P150 [Digital In Cfg] = 1 Run Level Set Selection Port 0: P164 [DI Run Forward] = Port 0: P220 [Digital In Sts], bit 1 = Digital In 1 Port 0: P165 [DI Run Reverse] = Port 0: P220 [Digital In Sts], bit 2 = Digital In 2 View Results Port 0: P220 [Digital In Sts] Port 0: P935 [Drive Status 1]

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Input/Output 3-Wire Control Internal supply

Connection Example

Stop Start

24VC +24V Di C Di 1 Di 2

Required Parameter Changes Set Selection Port 0: P158 [DI Stop] = Port 0: P220 [Digital In Sts], bit 1 = Digital In 1 Port 0: P161 [DI Start] = Port 0: P220 [Digital In Sts], bit 2 = Digital In 2 View Results Port 0: P220 [Digital In Sts] Port 0: P935 [Drive Status 1] Set Selection Port 0: P158 [DI Stop] = Port 0: P220 [Digital In Sts], bit 1 = Digital In 1 Port 0: P161 [DI Start] = Port 0: P220 [Digital In Sts], bit 2 = Digital In 2 View Results Port 0: P220 [Digital In Sts] Port 0: P935 [Drive Status 1] Set Selection Port 0: P158 [DI Stop] = Port 0: P220 [Digital In Sts], bit 1 = Digital In 1 Port 0: P161 [DI Start] = Port 0: P220 [Digital In Sts], bit 2 = Digital In 2 View Results Port 0: P220 [Digital In Sts] Port 0: P935 [Drive Status 1] Set Selection Port 0: P240 [TO0 Sel] = Port 0: P935 [Drive Status 1], bit 7 = Faulted View Results Port 0: P225 [Dig Out Sts]

3-Wire Control External supply

+24V Stop Start

Common

Di C Di 1 Di 2

Digital Input PLC Output Module

Neutral/ Common 10k Ohm, 2 Watt Control from Prog. Controller DiC Di1 Di2

Digital Output Internal supply


T0 +24V

Digital Output External supply


T0 24VC +24V Common

OR

PLC
T0 24VC Common

5k Ohm 2 Watt +24V

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750-Series I/O Module TB1 Wiring Examples


Input/Output Potentiometer Unipolar Speed Reference 10k Ohm Pot. Recommended (2k Ohm Minimum) Connection Example Required Parameter Changes Set Direction Mode Port 0: P308 [Direction Mode] = 0 Unipolar Set Selection Port 0: P545 [Spd Ref A Sel] = Port X (I/O Module): P50 [Anlg In0 Value] Adjust Scaling Port X (I/O Module): P51 [Anlg In0 Hi] = 10 Volt Port X (I/O Module): P52 [Anlg In0 Lo] = 0 Volt Port 0: P547 [Spd Ref A AnlgHi] = 60 Hz Port 0: P548 [Spd Ref A AnlgLo] = 0 Hz View Results Port X (I/O Module): P50 [Anlg In0 Value] Port 0: P592 [Selected Spd Ref] Set Direction Mode Port 0: P308 [Direction Mode] = 1 Bipolar Set Selection Port 0: P545 [Spd Ref A Sel] = Port X (I/O Module): P50 [Anlg In0 Value] Adjust Scaling Port X (I/O Module): P51 [Anlg In0 Hi] = +10 Volt Port X (I/O Module): P52 [Anlg In0 Lo] = -10 Volt Port 0: P547 [Spd Ref A AnlgHi] = +60 Hz Port 0: P548 [Spd Ref A AnlgLo] = -60 Hz View Results Port X (I/O Module): P50 [Anlg In0 Value] Port 0: P592 [Selected Spd Ref] Set Direction Mode Port 0: P308 [Direction Mode] = 1 Bipolar Set Selection Port 0: P545 [Spd Ref A Sel] = Port X (I/O Module): P50 [Anlg In0 Value] Adjust Scaling Port X (I/O Module): P51 [Anlg In0 Hi] = +10 Volt Port X (I/O Module): P52 [Anlg In0 Lo] = -10 Volt Port 0: P547 [Spd Ref A AnlgHi] = +60 Hz Port 0: P548 [Spd Ref A AnlgLo] = -60 Hz View Results Port X (I/O Module): P50 [Anlg In0 Value] Port 0: P592 [Selected Spd Ref] Set Direction Mode Port 0: P308 [Direction Mode] = 0 Unipolar Set Selection Port 0: P545 [Spd Ref A Sel] = Port X (I/O Module): P50 [Anlg In0 Value] Adjust Scaling Port X (I/O Module): P51 [Anlg In1 Hi] = 10 Volt Port X (I/O Module): P52 [Anlg In1 Lo] = 0 Volt Port 0: P547 [Spd Ref A AnlgHi] = 60 Hz Port 0: P548 [Spd Ref A AnlgLo] = 0 Hz View Results Port X (I/O Module): P50 [Anlg In0 Value] Port 0: P592 [Selected Spd Ref] Set Direction Mode Port 0: P308 [Direction Mode] = 0 Unipolar Set Selection Port 0: P545 [Spd Ref A Sel] = Port X (I/O Module): P50 [Anlg In0 Value] Adjust Scaling Port X (I/O Module): P51 [Anlg In0 Hi] = 20 mA Port X (I/O Module): P52 [Anlg In0 Lo] = 0 mA Port 0: P547 [Spd Ref A AnlgHi] = 60 Hz Port 0: P548 [Spd Ref A AnlgLo] = 0 Hz View Results Port X (I/O Module): P50 [Anlg In0 Value] Port 0: P592 [Selected Spd Ref]

10VC +10V Ai0 Ai0+

Joystick Bipolar Speed Reference 10V Input


10V 10VC +10V Ai0 Ai0+

Analog Input Bipolar Speed Reference 10V Input

Common +

Ai0 Ai0+

Analog Voltage Input Unipolar Speed Reference 0 to +10V Input

Common +

Ai0 Ai0+

Ai1 Ai0

Analog Current Input Unipolar Speed Reference 0-20 mA Input

Common +

Ai0 Ai0+

Ai1 Ai0

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Input/Output Connection Example HW Input PTC PTC Nominal = 1.8 k Ohm PTC Trip = 3.1k Ohm 1.8k PTC PTC Reset = 2.2 kOhm

Ptc Ptc+

Required Parameter Changes Configuration Port X (I/O Module): P40 [PTC Cfg] = 0 Ignore, 1 Alarm, 2 Flt Minor, 3 Flt CoastStop, 4 Flt RampStop, or 5 Flt CL Stop View Results Port X (I/O Module): P41 [PTC Sts] Port X (I/O Module): P42 [PTC Raw Value]

ATTENTION: To avoid an electric shock hazard, the connection of the motor temperature sensor requires double or reinforced insulation between motor live parts and the PTC.

Analog Voltage Output 10V, 020 mA Bipolar +10V Unipolar


Ao0 Ao0+

2-Wire Control Non-Reversing 24V DC internal supply

Stop-Run 24VC +24V Di C Di 0

2-Wire Control Reversing External supply

+24V Common

Run Fwd Run Rev Di C Di 0 Di 1

3-Wire Control Internal supply


Stop Start 24VC +24V Di C Di 0 Di 1

Configuration Port X (I/O Module): P70 [Anlg Out Type], bit 0 = 0 Set Selection Port X (I/O Module): P75 [Anlg Out0 Sel] = Port 0: P3 [Mtr Vel Fdbk] Adjust Scaling Port X (I/O Module): P78 [Anlg Out0 DataHi] = 60 Hz Port X (I/O Module): P79 [Anlg Out0 DataLo] = 0 Hz Port X (I/O Module): P80 [Anlg Out0 Hi] =10V/20 mA Port X (I/O Module): P81 [Anlg Out0 Lo] = 0V/0 mA View Results Port X (I/O Module): P77 [Anlg Out0 Data] Port X (I/O Module): P82 [Anlg Out0 Val] Set Direction Mode Port 0: P308 [Direction Mode] = 2 Rev Disable Configuration Port 0: P150 [Digital In Cfg] = 1 Run Level Set Selection Port 0: P163 [DI Run] = Port X (I/O Module): P1 [Dig In Sts], bit 0 = Input 0 View Results Port X (I/O Module): P1 [Dig In Sts] Port 0: P935 [Drive Status 1] Set Direction Mode Port 0: P308 [Direction Mode] = 0 Unipolar Configuration Port 0: P150 [Digital In Cfg] = 1 Run Level Set Selection Port 0: P164 [DI Run Forward] = Port X (I/O Module): P1 [Dig In Sts], bit 0 = Input 0 Port 0: P165 [DI Run Reverse] = Port X (I/O Module): P1 [Dig In Sts], bit 1 = Input 1 View Results Port X (I/O Module): P1 [Dig In Sts] Port 0: P935 [Drive Status 1] Set Selection Port 0: P158 [DI Stop] = Port X (I/O Module): P1 [Dig In Sts], bit 0 = Input 0 Port 0: P161 [DI Start] = Port X (I/O Module): P1 [Dig In Sts], bit 1 = Input 1 View Results Port X (I/O Module): P1 [Dig In Sts] Port 0: P935 [Drive Status 1] Set Selection Port 0: P158 [DI Stop] = Port X (I/O Module): P1 [Dig In Sts], bit 0 = Input 0 Port 0: P161 [DI Start] = Port X (I/O Module): P1 [Dig In Sts], bit 1 = Input 1 View Results Port X (I/O Module): P1 [Dig In Sts] Port 0: P935 [Drive Status 1]

3-Wire Control External supply

+24V Stop Start Common

Di C Di 0 Di 1

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Input/Output Digital Input PLC Output Module

Connection Example
Neutral/ Common 10k Ohm, 2 Watt Control from Prog. Controller DiC Di0 Di1

Required Parameter Changes Set Selection Port 0: P158 [DI Stop] = Port X (I/O Module): P1 [Dig In Sts], bit 0 = Input 0 Port 0: P161 [DI Start] = Port X (I/O Module): P1 [Dig In Sts], bit 1 = Input 1 View Results Port X (I/O Module): P1 [Dig In Sts] Port 0: P935 [Drive Status 1] Set Selection Port X (I/O Module): P20 [TO0 Sel] = Port 0: P935 [Drive Status 1], bit 7 = Faulted View Results Port X (I/O Module): P5 [Dig Out Sts]

Digital Output Internal supply


24VC +24V

T0 TC T1

Digital Output External supply


T0 TC T1

+24V

Common

OR

PLC
T0 TC T1 Common

5k Ohm 2 Watt +24V

Relay Wiring Examples


Input/Output Relay Output External supply Connection Example 753 Main Control Board
R0NC R0C R0NO
Power Source

Required Parameter Changes Set Selection Port 0: P230 [RO0 Sel] = Port 0: P935 [Drive Status 1], bit 7 = Faulted View Results Port 0: P225 [Dig Out Sts]

750-Series I/O Module

R1NO R1C R1NC


or

Set Selection Port X (I/O Module): P10 [RO0 Sel] = Port 0: P935 [Drive Status 1], bit 7 = Faulted View Results Port X (I/O Module): P5 [Dig Out Sts]

R0NO R0C R0NC

Power Source

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Safe Torque Off Option Module


The safe torque off option is just one component in a safety control system. Components in the system must be chosen and applied appropriately to achieve the desired level of operational safety. For detailed information on applying this option, refer to the PowerFlex 750-Series Safe Torque Off User Manual, publication 750-UM002.
Table 35 TB2 Terminal Designations
20-750-S
SP+ SE+ Sd SPSESd

Terminal Name SP+ SPSE+ SESd Sd Safety Input Power Supply +24 Volt Safety Power Safety Power Common +24 Volt Safety Enable Safety Enable Common Shield Shield Connection Example
Common +24V SPSP+

Description User-supplied 24 volt power. 45 mA typical User-supplied 24 volt power. 25 mA typical Terminating point for wire shields when an EMC plate or conduit box is not installed.

SESE+ Sd Sd

Common +24V

Installation Notes 1. Ensure the safety enable jumper (J2 SAFETY) is removed. 2. Ensure the hardware enable jumper (J1 ENABLE) is installed. If not installed, the drive will fault when a start command is issued.

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Safe Speed Monitor Option Module


The Safe Speed Monitor option is just one component in a safety control system. Components in the system must be chosen and applied appropriately to achieve the desired level of operational safety. For detailed information on applying this option, refer to the Safe Speed Monitor Option Module for PowerFlex 750-Series AC Drives Safety Reference Manual, publication 750-RM001.
Table 36 TB1 Terminal Designations
20-750-S1
S11 S11 S11 S21 S21 S21

Terminal Name S11 Pto0 S11 S11 S21 Pto1 S21 S21

Signal Name TEST_OUT_0

Description Pulse test source for safety inputs.

TEST_OUT_1

Pulse test source for safety inputs.

Table 37 TB2 Terminal Designations


Terminal S34 52 51 78 68 44 34 X42 X32 S42 S32 S62 S52 S82 S72 S22 S12 A2 A1 Name Res0 Dco1 Dco0 Slo1 Slo0 Sso1 Sso0 Lmi1 Lmi0 Dmi1 Dmi0 Sli1 Sli0 Esm1 Esm0 Ssi1 Ssi0 24VC +24V Description Reset Door Control Output. Enables pulse testing. Safe Limited Speed Output. Enables pulse testing. Safe Stop Output. Enables pulse testing. Lock Monitoring Input Door Monitoring Input Safe Limited Speed Input Enabling Switch Monitoring Input Safe Stop Input Customer supplied 24V DC. Module is not functional without these connections. Related Param 74 73 72 60 58 52 54 44

20-750-S1

20-750-DENC-1

S34 52 51 78 68 44 34 X42 X32 S42 S32 S62 S52 S82 S72 S22 S12 A2 A1

Installation Notes 1. Ensure the safety enable jumper (J2 SAFETY) is removed. 2. Ensure the hardware enable jumper (J1 ENABLE) is installed. If not installed, the drive will fault when a start command is issued. Important: When the Safe Speed Monitor option is used with the Dual Incremental Encoder option, both modules must be installed on the same backplane (ports 6, 5, 4).

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Table 38 Safe Speed Monitor Parameter List By Number


Number 1 5 6 7 10 13 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 Parameter Name Password Lock State Operating Mode Reset Defaults Signature ID New Password Password Command Security Code Vendor Password Cascaded Config Safety Mode Reset Type OverSpd Response Fbk Mode Fbk 1 Type Fbk 1 Units Fbk 1 Polarity Fbk 1 Resolution Fbk 1 Volt Mon Fbk 1 Speed Fbk 2 Units Fbk 2 Polarity Fbk 2 Resolution Fbk 2 Volt Mon Fbk 2 Speed Fbk Speed Ratio Fbk Speed Tol Fbk Pos Tol Direction Mon Direction Tol Group Security Security Security Security Security Security Security Security Security General General General General Feedback Feedback Feedback Feedback Feedback Feedback Feedback Feedback Feedback Feedback Feedback Feedback Feedback Feedback Feedback Feedback Feedback Number 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 72 73 74 Parameter Name Safe Stop Input Safe Stop Type Stop Mon Delay Max Stop Time Standstill Speed Standstill Pos Decel Ref Speed Stop Decel Tol Lim Speed Input LimSpd Mon Delay Enable SW Input Safe Speed Limit Speed Hysteresis Door Out Type DM Input Lock Mon Enable Lock Mon Input Max Speed Enable Safe Max Speed Max Spd Stop Typ Max Accel Enable Safe Accel Limit Max Acc Stop Typ Fault Status Guard Status IO Diag Status Config Flt Code SS Out Mode SLS Out Mode Door Out Mode Group Stop Stop Stop Stop Stop Stop Stop Stop Limited Speed Limited Speed Limited Speed Limited Speed Limited Speed Door Control Door Control Door Control Door Control Max Speed Max Speed Max Speed Max Speed Max Speed Max Speed Faults Faults Faults Security/Faults General General Door Control

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Single Incremental Encoder Option Module


Table 39 Single Incremental Encoder Specifications
20-750-ENC-1
Consideration Input Description Differential or Single Ended operation, Constant Current Sink operation ~10 mA, 5V DC minimum to 15V DC maximum sourcing 10 mA minimum high state voltage of 3.5V DC maximum low state voltage of 0.4V DC Maximum Cable Length 30 m (100 ft) @ 5V, 183 m (600 ft) @ 12V Maximum Input Frequency 250 kHz

Table 40 TB1 Terminal Designations


Sd Com A B Z +24 HmC 12 5 ABZ24C Hm

Terminal Name Sd Shield 12 Com 5 A AB BZ Z+24 24C HmC Hm +12 Volt DC Power Common +5 Volt DC Power Encoder A Encoder A (NOT) Encoder B Encoder B (NOT) Encoder Z Encoder Z (NOT) +24 Volt Common Homing Input Common Homing Input

Description Terminating point for wire shields when an EMC plate or conduit box is not installed. Power supply for encoder 250 mA. +12V and +5V Common Power supply for encoder 250 mA. Single channel or quadrature A input. Quadrature B input. Pulse, marker or registration input. Power source for homing input. Captures the AB edge counter.

Table 41 Single Incremental Encoder Sample Wiring


I/O Encoder Power by Drive 12V DC, 250 mA OR 5V DC, 250 mA Connection Example
Com Sh +12 +5 VDC

Separately Powered Encoder

Com

Sh

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I/O Connection Example Encoder Signal Single-Ended, Dual Channel


Com Sh A B Z ABZ-

Encoder Signal Differential, Dual Channel

Sh AA BB ZZ

Homing Signal Internal Drive Power


+24V HmC 24VC Hm

Parameter Access

Refer to Select A Device on page 96 for instructions on how to access an option parameter set.
Table 42 Single Incremental Encoder Parameter List By Number
Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Parameter Name Encoder Cfg Encoder PPR Fdbk Loss Cfg Encoder Feedback Encoder Status Error Status Phase Loss Count Quad Loss Count

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Dual Incremental Encoder Option Module


Table 43 Dual Incremental Encoder Jumper Settings
20-750-DENC-1
Jumper P3 - Safety Jumper Enables use with speed monitoring safety option (20-750-S1). Enabled Position Storage Position

P3

P3

P4 - 12V Jumper Enables use with 12 volt supply in Enabled position and 5 volt supply in Storage position.

P4

P4

See Important statement on page 76.

Table 44 Dual Incremental Encoder Specifications


Consideration Input Description Differential or Single Ended operation, Constant Current Sink operation ~10 mA 5V DC minimum to 15V DC maximum sourcing 10 mA minimum high state voltage of 3.5V DC maximum low state voltage of 0.4V DC Maximum Cable Length 30 m (100 ft) @ 5V, 183 m (600 ft) @ 12V Maximum Input Frequency 250 kHz

Table 45 Dual Incremental Encoder Terminal Designations


Terminal ES EC 0A 0A0B 0B0Z 0ZSd Sd ES EC 1A 1A1B 1B1Z 1Z24 24C Hm HmC Name +12 or +5 Volt DC Power Common Encoder 0: A Encoder 0: A (NOT) Encoder 0: B Encoder 0: B (NOT) Encoder 0: Z Encoder 0: Z (NOT) Encoder Shield Encoder Shield +12 or +5 Volt DC Power Common Encoder 1: A Encoder 1: A (NOT) Encoder 1: B Encoder 1: B (NOT) Encoder 1: Z Encoder 1: Z (NOT) +24 Volt Common Homing Input Homing Input Common Description Power supply for Encoder 0, 250 mA. +12V and +5V Encoder 0, common Single channel or quadrature A input. Quadrature B input. Pulse, marker or registration input. Terminating point for wire shields when an EMC plate or conduit box is not installed. Power supply for Encoder 1, 250 mA. +12V and +5V Encoder 1, common Single channel or quadrature A input. Quadrature B input. Pulse, marker or registration input. Power source for homing input. Captures the AB edge counter.

ES 0A 0B 0Z Sd ES 1A 1B 1Z 24 Hm

EC 0A0B0ZSd EC 1A1B1Z24C HmC

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Table 46 Dual Incremental Encoder Parameter List By Number


Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Parameter Name Enc 0 Cfg Enc 0 PPR Enc 0 FB Lss Cfg Enc 0 FB Enc 0 Sts Enc 0 Error Sts Enc 0 PhsLss Cnt Enc 0 QuadLssCnt Group Encoder 0 Encoder 0 Encoder 0 Encoder 0 Encoder 0 Encoder 0 Encoder 0 Encoder 0 Number 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 20 21 Parameter Name Enc 1 Cfg Enc 1 PPR Enc 1 FB Lss Cfg Enc 1 FB Enc 1 Sts Enc 1 Error Sts Enc 1 PhsLss Cnt Enc 1 QuadLssCnt Homing Cfg Module Sts Group Encoder 1 Encoder 1 Encoder 1 Encoder 1 Encoder 1 Encoder 1 Encoder 1 Encoder 1 Homing Cfg Module Status

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Universal Feedback Option Module (755 Drives Only)


Table 47 Universal Feedback Option Module LED Indication
20-750-UFB-1
LED Name Board Color Unlit Green State Off Flashing Steady Flashing Steady Description Not powered. Initializing, not active. Communication lost, attempting to reconnect. Operational, no faults are present. Module error. Check P1 [Module Sts] Normal operation. Module is booting. Fatal module error. Cycle power Flash update module firmware Replace module A type 2 alarm condition exists. Check P1 [Module Sts] A type 1 alarm condition exists. Check P1 [Module Sts] Module is flash updating.

Red

Yellow

Flashing Steady

DPI

Yellow / Green Unlit Green

Red Yellow

Flashing Alternately Off Not powered. Not communicating. Flashing Module is attempting to communicate with the DPI host. Steady Properly connected and communicating. Module is flash updating. Flashing Module is not communicating with the DPI host. Steady DPI communication failure such as invalid port. Flashing Normal operation. Steady Peripheral is connected to a SCANport product and does not support a SCANport compatibility mode.

Table 48 Universal Feedback Option Module DIP Switch Settings (Safety Application)
Safety Channel Selection Primary Safety Channel To connect feedback signals to the Primary Safety Channel, set: S1 sliders to ON S2 sliders to OFF S3 slider to ON DIP Switch Settings

S1 S2 S3

Secondary Safety Channel To connect feedback signals to the Secondary Safety Channel, set: S1 sliders to OFF S2 sliders to ON S3 slider to ON

S1 S2 S3

Primary and Secondary Safety Channels To connect feedback signals to both the Primary and Secondary Safety Channels, set: S1 sliders to ON S2 sliders to ON S3 slider to ON

S1 S2 S3

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Table 49 Universal Feedback Incremental AquadB Encoder


Consideration Input Description Differential or Single Ended operation, Constant Current Sink operation ~10 mA 3.5V DC minimum to 7.5V DC maximum sourcing 10 mA minimum high state voltage of 3.5V DC maximum low state voltage of 0.4V DC Maximum Cable Length 30 m (100 ft) @ 5V, 183 m (600 ft) @ 12V Maximum Input Frequency 250 kHz

Table 50 TB1 Terminal Designations


-Sn -Cs IS -Xc -Xd -Hf 5c 12c -A -B -Z +Sn +Cs OS +Xc +Xd +Hf +5 +12 A B Z

Terminal -Sn +Sn -Cs +Cs Is Os -Xc +Xc -Xd +Xd -Hf +Hf 5c +5 12c +12 -A A -B B -Z Z

Name Sine () Sine (+) Cosine () Cosine (+) Inner Shield Outer Shield Channel X Clock () Channel X Clock (+) Channel X Data () Channel X Data (+) Heidenhain Supply Feedback () Heidenhain Supply Feedback (+) Common +5 Volt DC Power Common +12 Volt DC Power Encoder A (NOT) Encoder A Encoder B (NOT) Encoder B Encoder Z (NOT) Encoder Z

Description Negative Sine signal Positive Sine signal Negative Cosine signal Positive Cosine signal Heidenhain inner shield terminal Cable shield terminal Negative clock terminal (Channel X) Positive clock terminal (Channel X) Negative data terminal (Channel X) Positive data terminal (Channel X) For incremental feedback applications, tie terminal -Hf to 5c and terminal +Hf to +5 for proper voltage regulation. +5V Common Power supply for encoder 250 mA +12V Common Power supply for encoder (10.5V @ 250 mA) Single channel or quadrature A input or encoder output. Quadrature B input or encoder output. Pulse, marker or registration input or encoder output.

Table 51 TB2 Terminal Designations


-Hm -R0 -R1 -YC -YD +Hm +R0 +R1 +YC +YD

Terminal -Hm +Hm -R0 +R0 -R1 +R1 -Yc +Yc -Yd +Yd

Name Home Input () Home Input (+) Registration Input 0 () Registration Input 0 (+) Registration Input 1 () Registration Input 1 (+) Channel Y Clock () Channel Y Clock (+) Channel Y Data () Channel Y Data (+)

Description 12V DC @ 9 mA to 24V DC @ 40 mA Positive and negative encoder registration terminals. 12V DC @ 9 mA to 24V DC @ 40 mA Negative clock terminal (Channel Y) Positive clock terminal (Channel Y) Negative data terminal (Channel Y) Positive data terminal (Channel Y)

Important: Only one linear feedback device can be connected to the option module. Wire the device to either Channel X on TB1 or Channel Y on TB2.

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Table 52 Universal Feedback Option Module Parameter List By Number


Number 1 2 5 6 7 8 9 10 15 16 17 20 21 22 25 26 27 35 36 37 38 39 40 45 46 47 50 51 52 55 56 57 80 81 82 83 84 Parameter Name Module Sts Module Err Reset FB0 Position FB0 Device Sel FB0 Identify FB0 Cfg FB0 Loss Cfg FB0 Sts FB0 IncAndSC PPR FB0 Inc Cfg FB0 Inc Sts FB0 SSI Cfg FB0 SSI Resol FB0 SSI Turns FB0 Lin CPR FB0 Lin Upd Rate FB0 LinStahl Sts FB1 Position FB1 Device Sel FB1 Identify FB1 Cfg FB1 Loss Cfg FB1 Sts FB1 IncAndSC PPR FB1 Inc Cfg FB1 Inc Sts FB1 SSI Cfg FB1 SSI Resol FB1 SSI Turns FB1 Lin CPR FB1 Lin Upd Rate FB1 LinStahl Sts Enc Out Sel Enc Out Mode Enc Out FD PPR Enc Out Z Offset Enc Out Z PPR Group Module Module Feedback 0 Feedback 0 Feedback 0 Feedback 0 Feedback 0 Feedback 0 Feedback 0 Feedback 0 Feedback 0 Feedback 0 Feedback 0 Feedback 0 Feedback 0 Feedback 0 Feedback 0 Feedback 1 Feedback 1 Feedback 1 Feedback 1 Feedback 1 Feedback 1 Feedback 1 Feedback 1 Feedback 1 Feedback 1 Feedback 1 Feedback 1 Feedback 1 Feedback 1 Feedback 1 Encoder Out Encoder Out Encoder Out Encoder Out Encoder Out Number 90 91 92 93 94 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 Parameter Name Rgsn Arm Rgsn In 0 Filter Rgsn In 1 Filter Rgsn HmIn Filter Rgsn Sts Rgsn Latch1 Cfg Rgsn Latch1 Psn Rgsn Latch1 Time Rgsn Latch2 Cfg Rgsn Latch2 Psn Rgsn Latch2 Time Rgsn Latch3 Cfg Rgsn Latch3 Psn Rgsn Latch3 Time Rgsn Latch4 Cfg Rgsn Latch4 Psn Rgsn Latch4 Time Rgsn Latch5 Cfg Rgsn Latch5 Psn Rgsn Latch5 Time Rgsn Latch6 Cfg Rgsn Latch6 Psn Rgsn Latch6 Time Rgsn Latch7 Cfg Rgsn Latch7 Psn Rgsn Latch7 Time Rgsn Latch8 Cfg Rgsn Latch8 Psn Rgsn Latch8 Time Rgsn Latch9 Cfg Rgsn Latch9 Psn Rgsn Latch9 Time RgsnLatch10 Cfg RgsnLatch10 Psn RgsnLatch10 Time Group Registration Registration Registration Registration Registration Registration Registration Registration Registration Registration Registration Registration Registration Registration Registration Registration Registration Registration Registration Registration Registration Registration Registration Registration Registration Registration Registration Registration Registration Registration Registration Registration Registration Registration Registration

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Auxiliary Power Supply Option Module


Table 53 TB1 Terminal Designations
20-750-APS
AP+ AP Sh
AP+ APSh

Terminal Name AP+ +24 Volt Auxiliary Power AP Sh Auxiliary Power Common Shield

Description Connections for customer supplied 24V/3A power supply.

Terminating point for wire shields when an EMC plate or conduit box is not installed.

Important: The Auxiliary Power Supply option module may be installed in any option port. Due to its size, the module will extend over and block an adjacent port. Therefore, installation in Port 8 is recommended. A connector cable is provided with Auxiliary Power Supply option modules for use in PowerFlex 753 drives. The cable is used to connect the module to the backplane when installed on the upper control pod brackets. The connector cable is not used with PowerFlex 755 drives.
Figure 35 Auxiliary Power Supply Installation in 753 Drives

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DeviceNet Option Module


For complete information on the DeviceNet Option Module, refer to the PowerFlex 750-Series Drive DeviceNet Option Module User Manual, publication 750COM-UM002.
Table 54 DeviceNet Option Module LED Indication
20-750-DNET
LED Name Port MOD NET A Description DPI Connection Status Option Module Status DeviceNet Status

Table 55 DeviceNet Option Module Rotary Switches


Switch Name Data Rate Switch Node Address Switches Description Sets the DeviceNet data rate at which the option module communicates. Sets the node address of the option module.

Table 56 TB1 Terminal Designations


Terminal 5 4 3 2 1 Color Red White Bare Blue Black Signal V+ CAN_H SHIELD CAN_L VFunction Power Supply Signal High Shield Signal Low Common

5 4 3 2 1

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ControlNet Option Module


For complete information on the ControlNet Option Module, refer to the PowerFlex 20-750-CNETC Coaxial ControlNet Option Module User Manual, publication 750COM-UM003.
Table 57 ControlNet Option Module LED Indication
20-750-CNETC

LED

Name Port MOD NET A NET B

Description DPI Connection Status Option Module Status ControlNet Channel A Status ControlNet Channel B Status

Table 58 ControlNet Option Module Rotary Switches


Switch Name TENS Switch ONES Switch Description Sets the node address of the option module.

Table 59 Coax Receptacles


Receptacle Name Channel A Channel B Description Channel A BNC connection to the network. Channel B (redundant) BNC connection to the network.

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20-COMM Carrier
Enables use of some 20-COMM adapters with PowerFlex 750-Series drives. See Table 60.
20-750-20COMM

Refer to publication 750COM-IN001 for instructions on installing a 20-COMM adapter on the 20-COMM Carrier.
Table 60 20-COMM-* Network Adapter Compatibility with 750-Series Drives
Adapter Type
20-COMM-B BACnet MS/TP 20-COMM-C ControlNet (Coax) 20-COMM-D DeviceNet 20-COMM-E EtherNet/IP 20-COMM-H RS-485 HVAC 20-COMM-I Interbus 20-COMM-K CANopen 20-COMM-L LonWorks 20-COMM-M Modbus/TCP 20-COMM-P Profibus DP 20-COMM-Q ControlNet (Fiber) 20-COMM-R Remote I/O 20-COMM-S RS-485 DF1

Accesses Ports 2, 3, and 6 for Accesses Port 7 I/O Connections (Implicit and through 14 Explicit Messaging) Devices
(1) No v3.001 (3) v2.005 (3) v4.001 (3) (2) (1) No (1)

Supports Drive Add On Profiles


(4)

Supports Asian-Languages (5)


v3.001 (3) No v4.001 (3)

(4) No

v2.001 (3) v3.001 (3)

No No (4) No

v2.001 (3) v3.001 (3)

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)

Controller must be capable of reading/writing 32-bit floating point (REAL) values. Only works in the Modbus RTU mode. Requires this adapter firmware version or higher. Requires firmware version v1.05 or higher of the drive Add On Profiles for RSLogix 5000 version v16 or higher. Chinese, Japanese, and Korean languages are supported at the time of publication.

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Step 5

Start-Up Check List


This check list supports the Start-Up menu option. A Human Interface Module (HIM) is required to run the Start-Up routine. Important: See page 92 for an overview of Human Interface Module (HIM) display elements and menu navigation. The Start-Up routine may modify parameter values for Analog and Digital I/O.

ATTENTION: Power must be applied to the drive to perform the following start-up procedure. Some of the voltages present are at incoming line potential. To avoid electric shock hazard or damage to equipment, only qualified service personnel should perform the following procedure. Thoroughly read and understand the procedure before beginning.

Prepare For Initial Drive Start-Up


1. Confirm that all inputs are connected to the correct terminals and are secure. 2. Verify that AC line power at the disconnect device is within the rated value of the drive. 3. Verify that control power voltage is correct. 4. The remainder of this procedure requires that a Human Interface Module (HIM) be connected to DPI Port 1 or 2.
Figure 36 DPI Ports and

5. Apply AC power and control voltages to the drive. If any digital inputs are configured to Stop CF, Run, or Enable, verify that signals are present or the drive will not start. Refer to Troubleshooting Drive Fault and Alarm Descriptions on page 98 for a list of potential digital input conflicts. If the STS LED is not flashing green at this point, refer to Status Indicators on page 97.

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6. When prompted, select a display language. The Start-Up Screen will automatically display for drives that have not been previously configured. If the Start-Up screen is not displayed press the Enter key. 7. Press the Enter key to display the Start-Up Menu. 8. Use the Up/Down Arrow keys to highlight 2. Basic. 9. Press the Enter key. Follow the menu using the Enter key which will step you through the Start-Up routine. The Start-Up routine asks simple questions and prompts you to input required information.

Start-Up Menu
The General Start-Up menu is displayed by default upon initial power up of the drive.
General Startup

Start-Up Main Menu Complete these steps in order: Motor Control Motor Data Feedback Limits Tests Ref, Ramp, Stop I/O Done

Motor Control

Motor Data

Feedback

Limits

Tests

Reference

I/O

Done

Motor Ctrl

Motor Data

Feedback Config

Limits

Tests

Ref, Ramp, Stop

I/O

Return to Main Menu

Motor Ctrl Return

Motor Data Return

Fdbk Cnfg Return

Limits Return

Tests Return

Ref, Ramp, Stop Return

I/O Return

Return to Main Menu

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Navigate to Start-Up Menu Using the HIM

1. To access the Start-Up menu after the initial drive power-up, apply power to the drive. Upon a subsequent power up, the Status screen for Port 00 (Host Drive) is shown by default.
Figure 37 Status Screen
AUTO F

Stopped 0.00 Hz

00 ESC

Host Drive 240V 4.2A Rev 3.002 Ser. A


REF PAR# TEXT

2. Press the
Figure 38

(Folders) key to access the Folder screen.

Folder Screen
AUTO F

Stopped 0.00 Hz

00 ESC

DEV PARAM Linear List File-Group Changed Params

3. Use the
Figure 39

or
Start Up Screen
AUTO F

key to scroll to the START UP folder screen.

Stopped 0.00 Hz

00 ESC

START UP Begin Start Up Continue Start Up

4. Use the

or

key to select one of the start up options.

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Human Interface Module (HIM) Overview


Complete information about using the HIM (Catalog Numbers 20-HIM-A6 and 20-HIM-C6S) to configure and monitor your drive is provided in the Enhanced PowerFlex 7-Class Human Interface Module (HIM) User Manual, publication 20HIM-UM001.
LCD Display Elements

The HIM display is divided into three zones:

Status Bar Data Area Soft Key Labels


Figure 40 HIM Display Zones

Stopped 0.00 Hz

AUTO F

00 ESC

Host Drive 240V 4.2A Rev 3.002 Ser. A


REF PAR# TEXT

Status Bar

The Status Bar provides information about the operating condition of the Host Drive.
Figure 41 Status Bar on the Display Screen

Stopped 0.00 Hz
Element Host Icon Stopped 0.00 Hz Status Text Feedback

AUTO F Description A small image of the connected Host Drive. Indicates current Host Drive operating status. Text flashes when a fault is present. Indicates drive output feedback (for example, Hz, RPM, amps, etc.) Indicates Auto or Manual HIM status. Bell icon indicates that an alarm is present. Indicates direction of Host Drive operation.

AUTO / MAN Mode Indication  Alarm Indication F R Rotation Indication

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Soft Keys

Up to five dynamic soft keys (shown shaded in Figure 42) may be available. A soft key changes its function/name based on the HIM screen or data entry mode. When a soft key is active, its present function is shown on the LCD screen in its corresponding Soft Key Label (item 3 in Figure 40).
Figure 42 Soft Keys

Navigation and Number Keys

The five blue multi-function keys shown in Figure 43 are used to scroll menus/screens, perform corresponding functions displayed in the Data Area (item 2 in Figure 40) or enter numeric values. The five gray number keys (0, 1, 3, 7, and 9) are used only to enter their respective numeric value.
Figure 43 Navigation and Number Keys

Key

Name 2/Down Arrow 4/Left Arrow 5/Enter

6/Right Arrow 8/Up Arrow

Description Enters the numeric value 2. Scrolls down to select an item. Enters the numeric value 4. Scrolls left to select an item. Enters the numeric value 5. Displays the next level of a selected menu item. Enters new values. Performs intended actions. Enters the numeric value 6. Scrolls right to select an item. Enters the numeric value 8. Scrolls up to select an item.

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Single Function Keys

Each of the four single-function keys shown in Figure 44 always performs only its dedicated function.
Figure 44 Single Function Keys

Key

Name Start Folder Control Bar Stop

Description Start the drive. Access parameters, diagnostics, memory functions, preferences, and other tasks such as Start-Up. Access jog, direction, auto/manual, and other control functions. Used to stop the drive or clear a fault. This key is always active. Controlled by parameter 370 [Stop Mode A].

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Ports and Devices


Drive Device Ports

Connectors, embedded devices, and installed option modules such as I/O, communication adapters, and DeviceLogix, have unique port number assignments. Connectors and embedded devices have fixed port numbers that cannot be changed. Option modules are assigned a port number when installed.
Figure 45 Drive Device Ports
00 07 08 01 14 04 05 06 13 02

03

02

Port 00 01

02 03 0408

0912 13 14

Description Fixed port for the drive. Fixed port at HIM cradle connector. Splitter cable connector provides Port 01 when HIM cradle connector is unused. DPI Port Handheld or Remote HIM connection. Splitter cable connection. Splitter Cable Connects to DPI Port 02. Provides Port 02 and Port 03. Option Modules Available ports for option modules. Refer to the I/O Wiring section, beginning on page 67, for each options port recommendations. (Ports 07 and 08 PowerFlex 755 drives only.) Reserved for future use. EtherNet/IP Fixed port for embedded EtherNet/IP (PowerFlex 755 drives only). DeviceLogix Fixed port for embedded DeviceLogix (PowerFlex 755 drives only).

Device Host Drive HIM

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Select A Device

1. Access the Status Screen. When the drive is powered up, the Status screen for Port 00 (Host Drive) is shown by default.
Figure 46 Status Screen Displaying Port 00 (Host Drive)
AUTO F

Stopped 0.00 Hz

00 ESC

Host Drive 240V 4.2A Rev 3.002 Ser. A


REF PAR# TEXT

2. Use the
Figure 47

or

key to scroll to the desired port.

Status Screen Displaying Port 01 (HIM Installed In Cradle)


AUTO F

Stopped 0.00 Hz

01 ESC

20-HIM-x6 LCD HIM Operational


REF PAR# TEXT

3. Press the PAR# soft key or the

(Folders) key to access parameters.

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Status Indicators
Table 61 PowerFlex 753 Drive Status Indicator Descriptions
Name STS (Status) Color Green Description Drive ready but not running, and no faults are present. Drive running, no faults are present. Yellow Drive is not running, a type 2 (non-configurable) alarm condition exists and the drive cannot be started. Steady Drive is not running, a type 1 alarm condition exists. The drive can be started. Red Flashing A major fault has occurred. Drive will stop. Drive cannot be started until fault condition is cleared. Steady A non-resettable fault has occurred. Red / Flashing A minor fault has occurred. When running, the drive continues to run. Yellow Alternately System is brought to a stop under system control. Fault must be cleared to continue. Use parameter 950 [Minor Flt Config] to enable. If not enabled, acts like a major fault. Yellow / Flashing When running, a type 1 alarm exists. Green Alternately Green / Flashing Drive is flash updating. Red Alternately State Flashing Steady Flashing

PowerFlex 753

Table 62 PowerFlex 755 Drive Status Indicator Descriptions


Name STS (Status) Description Drive ready but not running, and no faults are present. Drive running, no faults are present. Yellow Drive is not running, a type 2 (non-configurable) alarm condition exists and the drive cannot be started. Steady Drive is not running, a type 1 alarm condition exists. The drive can be started. Red Flashing A major fault has occurred. Drive will stop. Drive cannot be started until fault condition is cleared. Steady A non-resettable fault has occurred. Red / Flashing A minor fault has occurred. When running, the drive continues to run. Yellow Alternately System is brought to a stop under system control. Fault must be cleared to continue. Use parameter 950 [Minor Flt Config] to enable. If not enabled, acts like a major fault. Yellow / Flashing When running, a type 1 alarm exists. Green Alternately Green / Flashing Drive is flash updating. Red Alternately Unlit Off Adapter and/or network is not powered, adapter is not properly connected to the network, or adapter needs an IP address. Red Flashing An EtherNet/IP connection has timed out. Steady Adapter failed the duplicate IP address detection test. Red / Flashing Adapter is performing a self-test. Green Alternately Green Flashing Adapter is properly connected but is not communicating with any devices on the network. Steady Adapter is properly connected and communicating on the network. Unlit Off Adapter is not powered or is not transmitting on the network. Green Flashing Adapter is properly connected and transmitting data packets on the network. Steady Adapter is properly connected but is not transmitting on the network. Color Green State Flashing Steady Flashing

PowerFlex 755 ENET

LINK

Important: The Status Indicator LEDs on the HIM cradle do not indicate the status of Communication Networks, other than the status of Port 13, embedded EtherNet. If a Communication Adapter is installed, refer to that options user manual for a description of LED location and indication.
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Fault and Alarm Display Codes


PowerFlex 750-Series fault and alarm codes are displayed in one of three formats. Port 00 (Host Drive) displays the event number only. For example, Fault 3 Power Loss is displayed as: Fault Code 3. Ports 01 through 09 use the format PEEE, indicating port number (P) and event number (EEE). For example, Fault 1 Analog In Loss on an I/O module installed in Port 4 is displayed as: Fault Code 4001. Ports 10 through 14 use the format PPEEE, indicating port number (PP) and event number (EEE). For example, Fault 37 Net IO Timeout on Port 14 is displayed as: Fault Code 14037.

Troubleshooting Drive Fault and Alarm Descriptions


The table below contains a list of drive faults and alarms, the type of fault or alarm, the action taken when the drive faults, the parameter used to configure the fault or alarm (if applicable), and a description and action (where applicable). Important: See the User Manual, publication 750-UM001, for descriptions of faults and alarms generated by installed option modules.
Table 63 Drive Fault and Alarm Types, Descriptions and Actions
Event No. Fault/Alarm Text 0 No Entry 2 Auxiliary Input 3 Power Loss Type Fault Configuration Action Parameter Auto Reset Description/Action(s) An auxiliary input interlock is open. P449 [Power Loss Actn] P460 [UnderVltg Action] Y The DC bus voltage remained below the P451/P454 [Pwr Loss X Level] of nominal for longer than the time programmed in P452/P455 [Pwr Loss X Time]. If the bus voltage, P11 [DC Bus Volts] falls below the value set in P461 [UnderVltg Level] an undervoltage condition exists. The DC bus voltage exceeded the maximum value. An internal electronic overload trip has occurred. The heatsink temperature has exceeded 100% of the drive temperature. The output transistors have exceeded the maximum operating temperature. The dynamic brake resistor has exceeded its maximum operating temperature. The drive output current has exceeded the hardware current limit. A current path to earth ground greater than 25% of drive rating has occurred.

Resettable Coast Fault Configurable

UnderVoltage

Configurable

5 7 8 9 10 12 13

OverVoltage Motor Overload Heatsink OvrTemp Trnsistr OvrTemp DynBrake OvrTemp HW OverCurrent Ground Fault

Resettable Coast Fault Configurable Resettable Fault Resettable Fault Alarm 1 Resettable Fault Resettable Fault Coast Coast

Y P410 [Motor OL Actn] Y Y Y

Coast Coast

Y Y

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Event No. Fault/Alarm Text 14 Ground Warning 15 Load Loss

Fault Configuration Type Action Parameter Configurable Configurable P441 [Load Loss Action] P462 [InPhase LossActn] P250 [PTC Config] Coast

Auto Reset

17 18 20

Input Phase Loss Motor PTC Trip TorqPrv Spd Band

Configurable Configurable Resettable Fault

Description/Action(s) The ground current has exceeded the level set in P467 [Ground Warn Lvl]. The output torque current is below the value programmed in P442 [Load Loss Level] for a time period greater than the time programmed in P443 [Load Loss Time]. The DC bus ripple has exceeded a preset level. Motor PTC (Positive Temperature Coefficient) over temperature. The difference between P2 [Commanded SpdRef] and P3 [Mtr Vel Fdbk] has exceeded the level programmed in P1105 [Speed Dev Band] for a time period greater than the time programmed in P1106 [SpdBand Intgrtr]. The current in one or more phases has been lost or remains below a preset level. The drive is not following a commanded deceleration because it is attempting to limit the bus voltage. The motor operating speed exceeds the limit set by the maximum speed setting P524 [Overspeed Limit]. For forward motor rotation, this limit is P520 [Max Fwd Speed] + P524 [Overspeed Limit]. For reverse motor rotation, this limit is P521 [Max Rev Speed] - P524 [Overspeed Limit]. When flux vector control modes are selected in P35 [Motor Ctrl Mode] the motor operating speed is determined by P131 [Active Vel Fdbk]. For all other non-flux vector control modes, the motor operating speed is determined by P1 [Output Frequency]. The encoder movement has exceeded the level in P1110 [Brk Slip Count] after the brake was set and the brake slip maneuver is controlling the drive. (Drive is active.) The encoder movement has exceeded the level in P1110 [Brk Slip Count] after the brake was set and the brake slip maneuver is finished. (Drive is stopped.) When P1100 [Trq Prove Cfg] is enabled, P35 [Motor Ctrl Mode], P125 [Pri Vel Fdbk Sel] and P135 [Mtr Psn Fdbk Sel] must be properly set. If these parameters point to a feedback module, the module parameters must also be properly set. Encoderless TorqProve has been enabled but user has not read and understood application concerns of encoderless operation. Refer to the PowerFlex 750-Series User Manual, publication 750-UM001, for information and precautions relating to the use of TorqProve with no encoder. Analog input has a lost signal. The drive unsuccessfully attempted to reset a fault and resume running for the programmed number of tries. The drive output current has exceeded the 1 ms current rating. This rating is greater than the 3 second current rating and less than the hardware overcurrent fault level. It is typically 200250% of the drive continuous rating. A phase to ground fault has been detected between the drive and motor in this phase. Excessive current has been detected between these two output terminals. A phase to ground fault has been detected between the drive and motor in this phase.

21 24 25

Output PhaseLoss Decel Inhibit OverSpeed Limit

Configurable Configurable Resettable Fault Coast

P444 [OutPhaseLossActn] P409 [Dec Inhibit Actn] Y

26

Brake Slipped

Alarm 1

Alarm 2

27

Torq Prove Cflct

Alarm 2

28

TrqProv EnclsCfg

Alarm 2

29 33 36

Analog In Loss AuRsts Exhausted SW OverCurrent

Configurable Resettable Fault Resettable Fault Coast Coast

263 [Anlg In0 LssActn]

38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46

Phase U to Gnd Phase V to Gnd Phase W to Gnd Phase UV Short Phase VW Short Phase WU Short Phase UNot ToGnd Phase VNot ToGnd Phase WNot ToGnd

Resettable Fault Resettable Fault Resettable Fault

Coast

Coast

Coast

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Event No. Fault/Alarm Text 48 System Defaulted 49 51 55 58 59 61 62 64 Drive Powerup Clr Fault Queue Crtl Bd Overtemp Module Defaulted Invalid Code Shear Pin 1 Shear Pin 2 Drive OverLoad

Type Resettable Fault

Fault Configuration Action Parameter Coast

Auto Reset

Description/Action(s) The drive was commanded to write default values. A Power Up Marker in the Fault Queue indicating that the drive power cycled. Indication that the fault queue has been cleared. The temperature sensor on the main control board detected excessive heat. See product temperature requirement. The module was commanded to write default values. Internal error.

Resettable Coast Fault Resettable Coast Fault Resettable Coast Fault Configurable Configurable Alarm 1 Resettable Fault Alarm 1 Resettable Fault Coast

P435 [Shear Pin 1 Actn] P438 [Shear Pin 2 Actn]

Y Y Y

67 71 72 73 74 75 76 77

Pump Off Port 1 Adapter Port 2 Adapter Port 3 Adapter Port 4 Adapter Port 5 Adapter Port 6 Adapter IR Volts Range

Coast

The programmed value in P436 [Shear Pin1 Level] has been exceeded. The programmed value in P439 [Shear Pin2 Level] has been exceeded. P940 [Drive OL Count] has exceeded 50% but is less than 100%. P940 [Drive OL Count] has exceeded 100%. Reduce the mechanical load on the drive. Pump Off condition has been detected. The DPI communications option has a fault. See device event queue.

Alarm 2

Resettable Fault 78 FluxAmpsRef Rang Alarm 2

Coast

Resettable Fault

Coast

79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87

Excessive Load AutoTune Aborted Port 1 DPI Loss Port 2 DPI Loss Port 3 DPI Loss Port 4 DPI Loss Port 5 DPI Loss Port 6 DPI Loss IXo VoltageRange

Resettable Fault Resettable Fault Resettable Fault

Coast Coast Coast

The default for P70 [Autotune] is 1 Calculate and the value calculated from the motor nameplate values returned a value for P73 [IR Voltage Drop] which is not in the range of acceptable values. P70 [Autotune] is set to 2 Static Tune or 3 Rotate Tune and the value measured by the Autotune procedure for P73 [IR Voltage Drop] is not in the range of acceptable values. The default for P70 [Autotune] is 1 Calculate and the value for flux amps determined by the Autotune procedure exceeds the value programmed in P26 [Motor NP Amps]. P70 [Autotune] is set to 2 Static Tune or 3 Rotate Tune and the value for flux amps measured by the Autotune procedure exceeds the value programmed in P26 [Motor NP Amps]. The motor did not come up to speed in the allotted time during Autotune. The Autotune function was manually canceled or a fault occurred. The DPI port stopped communicating. Check connections and drive grounding.

Alarm 2

Resettable Fault

Coast

The default for P70 [Autotune] is 1 Calculate and the voltage calculated for motor inductive impedance exceeds 25% of the value of P25 [Motor NP Volts]. P70 [Autotune] is set to 2 Static Tune or 3 Rotate Tune and the voltage measured for motor inductive impedance exceeds 25% of the value of P25 [Motor NP Volts].

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Event No. Fault/Alarm Text 91 Pri VelFdbk Loss

Fault Configuration Type Action Parameter Configurable Note: See option module for config parameter number

Auto Reset

93 94

Hw Enable Check Alt VelFdbk Loss

Resettable Coast Fault Configurable

Note: See option module for config parameter number

95

Aux VelFdbk Loss

Configurable

96

PositionFdbkLoss

Configurable

97

Auto Tach Switch

Resettable Fault

Coast

100 104 106 107 108 111 112 113 115 116 117 118 124 125 134

Parameter Chksum Pwr Brd Checksum Incompat MCB-PB Replaced MCB-PB Anlg Cal Chksum PwrBd Invalid ID PwrBd App MinVer Tracking DataErr PwrDn Table Full PwrDnEntry2Large PwrDn Data Chksm PwrBd PwrDn Chks App ID Changed Using Backup App Start On PowerUp

Resettable Fault Non-Reset Fault Non-Reset Fault Resettable Fault Non-Reset Fault Non-Reset Fault Resettable Fault Resettable Fault Resettable Fault Resettable Fault Resettable Fault Resettable Fault Resettable Fault Resettable Fault Alarm 1

Coast

Coast Coast Coast Coast Coast Coast Coast Coast Coast Coast Coast Coast

Description/Action(s) A Feedback Loss has been detected for the source of P134 [Aux Vel Feedback]. This could be due to a problem detected by the feedback option module selected by P125 [Pri Vel Fdbk Sel] or due to a loss in communication between the feedback option module and main control board. The source of primary velocity feedback must be configured not to fault if the feedback loss switchover feature is used. Hardware enable is disabled (jumper installed) but indicates not enabled. A Feedback Loss has been detected for the source of P128 [Alt Vel Fdbk Sel]. This could be due to a problem detected by the feedback option module selected by P128 [Alt Vel Fdbk Sel] or due to a loss in communication between the feedback option module and main control board. A Feedback Loss has been detected for the source of P132 [Aux Vel Fdbk Sel]. This could be due to a problem detected by the feedback option module selected by P132 [Aux Vel Fdbk Sel] or due to a loss in communication between the feedback option module and main control board. A Feedback Loss has been detected for the source of P847 [Psn Fdbk]. This could be due to a problem detected by the feedback option module selected by P135 [Mtr Psn Fdbk Sel] or due to a loss in communication between the feedback option module and main control board. Indication that either of the two following conditions exists. Tach switch has occurred and alternate feedback device has failed. Tach switch has not occurred, Auto Tach Switch Option is enabled and both primary and alternate devices have failed. The checksum read from the non-volatile storage does not match the checksum calculated. Data set to default value. The checksum read from the non-volatile storage does not match the checksum calculated. Data set to default value. The main control board did not recognize the power structure. Flash with newer Application version. The main control board was moved to a different power structure. Data set to default values. The checksum read from the analog calibration data does not match the checksum calculated. Power structure ID invalid. Flash with newer Application version. Power structure needs newer Application version. Flash with newer Application version. Internal data error. Internal data error. Internal data error. Internal data error. Internal data error. Application Firmware changed. Verify Application version. Application did not flash correctly. Reflash. When P345 [Start At PowerUp] is enabled, an alarm will be set for the time programmed in P346 [PowerUp Delay].

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Event No. Fault/Alarm Text 137 Ext Prechrg Err

Fault Configuration Type Action Parameter Configurable P323 [Prchrg Err Cfg] Resettable Fault Resettable Fault Resettable Fault Resettable Fault Resettable Fault Resettable Fault Resettable Fault Alarm 2 Alarm 2 Alarm 2 Alarm 2 Coast

Auto Reset

138

Precharge Open

141 142 143 144 145 152 155 157 158 161

Autn Enc Angle Autn Spd Rstrct Autotune CurReg Autotune Inertia Autotune Travel No Stop Source Bipolar Conflict DigIn Cfg B DigIn Cfg C Sleep Cfg

Coast Coast Coast Coast Coast Coast

Description/Action(s) The seal contact on the external precharge contactor has opened (as signalled by P190 [DI Prchrg Seal]) while the drive was running (PWM was active). The internal precharge was commanded to open while the drive was running (PWM was active). The internal fault latch will be automatically cleared when PWM is disabled. P78 [Encdrlss AngComp] is out of range. Frequency limit settings are preventing the drive from reaching a suitable speed during an Inertia Tune test. Calculated values for P96 [VCL Cur Reg Kp] and/or P97 [VCL Cur Reg Ki] are out of range. Results from the Inertia Tune test out of range for P76 [Total Inertia]. When P77 [Inertia Test Lmt] is set, the Inertia Tune test was prevented from reaching a suitable speed to run the test. Last stop source has been removed. P308 [Direction Mode] is set to 1 Bipolar or 2 Rev Disable and one or more digital input is enabled for direction control. Digital input conflict. Correct Digital Input configuration. Digital input conflict. Correct Digital Input configuration. There is a Sleep/Wake configuration error. With Sleep Wake Mode = Direct, possible causes include: Drive is stopped and Wake Level < Sleep Level. Stop=CF, Run, Run Fwd, or Run Rev is not configured in Digital Input functions. The Wake timer is counting toward a value that will start the drive. Heatsink temperature sensor is reporting a value below -18.7 C (-1.66 F) or the sensor feedback circuit is open. The PWM Frequency has been reduced from the value set in P38 [PWM Frequency] due to excessive IGBT junction temperatures. The current limit value has been reduced from the value set in P422/423 [Current Limit X] due to excessive IGBT junction temperatures or P940 [Drive OL Count] = 95%. Invalid adjustable voltage reference selection conflict. The Profile/Indexer is active. The Homing function is active. The Home position was not set before profile operation. Indicates that the values of P520 [Max Fwd Speed] and P521 [Max Rev Speed] are in conflict with the value of P63 [Break Frequency]. Indicates that the V/Hz curve segment resulted in a negative V/Hz slope. Indication that one of the two following conditions exists. P60 [Start/Acc Boost] and P61 [Run Boost] are greater than P25 [Motor NP Volts] x 0.25 when P65 [VHz Curve] = 0 Custom V/Hz. P61 [Run Boost] is greater than P25 [Motor NP Volts] x 0.25 when P65 [VHz Curve] = 1 Fan/Pump. Indicates a control mode and primary feedback device configuration error. P35 [Motor Ctrl Mode] is set to a flux vector FV control mode, P125 [Pri Vel Fdbk Sel] is set to 137 (port 0, P137 [Open Loop Fdbk]).

162 168 169

Waking HeatSinkUnderTmp PWM Freq Reduced

Alarm 2 Resettable Fault Alarm 1

170

CurLimit Reduced

Alarm 1

171 177 178 179 185

Adj Vltg Ref Profiling Active Homing Active Home Not Set Freq Conflict

Alarm 1 Alarm 1 Alarm 1 Alarm 1 Alarm 2

186 187

VHz Neg Slope VHz Boost Limit

Alarm 2 Alarm 2

190

PM FV Pri Fdbk

Alarm 2

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Event No. Fault/Alarm Text 191 PM FV Alt Fdbk

Type Alarm 2

Fault Configuration Action Parameter

Auto Reset

192

Fwd Spd Lim Cfg

Alarm 2

193

Rev Spd Lim Cfg

Alarm 2

203 204 205 210 211 212 213 214 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254

Port 13 Adapter Port 14 Adapter DPI TransportErr HW En Jumper Out Safety Brd Fault Safety JumperOut Safety Jumper In SafetyPortCnflct Port 4 Comm Loss Port 5 Comm Loss Port 6 Comm Loss Port 7 Comm Loss Port 8 Comm Loss Port 9 Comm Loss Port10 Comm Loss Port11 Comm Loss Port12 Comm Loss Port13 Comm Loss Port14 Comm Loss Port 4 Cfg Port 5 Cfg Port 6 Cfg Port 7 Cfg Port 8 Cfg Port 9 Cfg Port 10 Cfg Port 11 Cfg Port 12 Cfg Port 13 Cfg Port 14 Cfg

Resettable Fault Resettable Fault Alarm 1 Resettable Fault Resettable Fault Resettable Fault Resettable Fault Alarm 2 Resettable Fault

Coast Coast

Description/Action(s) Indicates a control mode and alternate feedback device configuration error. P35 [Motor Ctrl Mode] is set to a flux vector FV control mode, P635 [Spd Options Ctrl] is set to bit 7 Auto Tach SW, P125 [Pri Vel Fdbk Sel] is set to 137 (port 0, P137 [Open Loop Fdbk]). The forward speed reference is out of range. Verify the settings of P38 [PWM Frequency] and P520 [Max Fwd Speed]. Lower carrier frequencies reduce the output frequency range. Verify that P522 [Min Fwd Speed] is less than P520 [Max Fwd Speed]. The reverse speed reference is out of range. Verify the settings of P38 [PWM Frequency] and P521 [Max Rev Speed]. Lower carrier frequencies reduce the output frequency range. Verify that P523 [Min Rev Speed] is less than P521 [Max Rev Speed]. The embedded EtherNet/IP adapter has a fault. See EtherNet event queue. The DeviceLogix adapter has a fault. A DPI Communication Error has occurred. A Safety Option module is present and Jumper J1 ENABLE is removed. Install the jumper. A Safety option module has indicated a fault. Verify that Jumper J1 ENABLE is installed. Reset or power cycle drive. Jumper J2 SAFETY is not installed and a Safety option module is not present. Install the jumper. Jumper J2 SAFETY is installed and a Safety option module is present. Remove the jumper. Allowable number of safety options exceeded. The device at the port has stopped communicating with the main control board. Verify that the device is present and functional. Verify network connections. Verify options installed in ports 48 are seated in the port and secured with mounting screws.

Coast Coast Coast Coast

Coast

Alarm 2

The main control board does not have the correct option in the port. Option may not be compatible with product or MCB firmware needs to be updated to support it. Option my have to be moved or removed, accept option configuration change.

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Event No. 264 265 266 267 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 291 292 293 294 295 296 307 308 313 314

Fault/Alarm Text Port 4 Checksum Port 5 Checksum Port 6 Checksum Port 7 Checksum Port 8 Checksum Port 9 Checksum Port10 Checksum Port11 Checksum Port12 Checksum Port13 Checksum Port14 Checksum HS Fan Life In Fan Life MtrBrng Life MtrBrng Lube MachBrng Life MachBrng Lube Port7InvalidCard Port8InvalidCard ENet Checksum DLX Checksum

Type Resettable Fault

Fault Configuration Action Parameter Coast

Auto Reset

Description/Action(s) A option module storage checksum failed. Option data has been set to default values.

Configurable Configurable Configurable Configurable Configurable Configurable Non-Reset Fault Non-Reset Fault Resettable Fault Resettable Fault Configurable Coast Coast Coast Coast

P493 [HSFan EventActn] P500 [InFan EventActn] P506 [MtrBrngEventActn] P510 [MtrLubeEventActn] P515 [MtrBrngEventActn] P519 [MchLubeEventActn]

Predictive maintenance function has reached the event level. Perform maintenance.

Option not valid in that port. Remove option module.

14037 Net IO Timeout

P52 [DLX Prog Cond]

Ethernet/IP storage checksum failed. Data set to default values. DeviceLogix storage checksum failed. Data set to default values. DeviceLogix has been disabled.

Important: Fault and Alarm event numbers between 3000 and 13999 are generated by a module installed in a port. Refer to Fault and Alarm Display Codes on page 98 for an explanation. Refer to the following publications for detailed fault and alarm information.
Event Number Range Publication Title 300012999 PowerFlex 750-Series AC Drives User Manual 1300013999 PowerFlex 755 Drive Embedded EtherNet/IP Adapter User Manual Publication Number 750-UM001 750COM-UM001

Manually Clearing Faults


Step 1. Press the Clear soft key to acknowledge the fault. The fault information will be removed so that you can use the HIM. 2. Address the condition that caused the fault. The cause must be corrected before the fault can be cleared. 3. After corrective action has been taken, clear the fault by one of these methods: Press Stop (if running the drive will stop) Cycle drive power Select the Clear soft key on the HIM Diagnostic folder Faults menu. Key(s)

CLR

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Common Symptoms and Corrective Actions


Drive does not Start from Start or Run Inputs wired to the terminal block.
Cause(s) Drive is Faulted Indication Flashing red status light Corrective Action Clear fault. Press Stop Cycle power Clear Faults on the HIM Diagnostic menu. Wire inputs correctly.

Incorrect input wiring. See page 69 for wiring examples. 2 wire control requires Run, Run Forward, Run Reverse or Jog input. 3 wire control requires Start and Stop inputs. Verify 24 Volt Common is connected to Digital Input Common. Incorrect digital input programming. Mutually exclusive choices have been made (i.e., Jog and Jog Forward). 2 wire and 3 wire programming may be conflicting. Start configured without a Stop configured.

None

Terminal block does not have control.

None Configure input function. Flashing yellow Resolve input function conflicts. status light and DigIn Cnfg B or DigIn Cnfg C indication on LCD HIM. P936 [Drive Status 2] shows type 2 alarm(s). None Check P324 [Logic Mask].

Drive does not Start from HIM.


Cause(s) Drive is configured for 2 wire level control. Another device has Manual control. Port does not have control. Indication None None None Corrective Action Change P150 [Digital In Conf] to correct control function. Change P324 [Logic Mask] to enable correct port.

Drive does not respond to changes in speed command.


Cause(s) Indication Corrective Action No value is coming from the source LCD HIM Status 1. If the source is an analog input, check of the command. Line indicates wiring and use a meter to check for At Speed and presence of signal. output is 0 Hz. 2. Check P2 [Commanded SpdRef] for correct source. None 3. Check P545 [Spd Ref A Sel] for the source Incorrect reference source has been programmed. of the speed reference. 4. Reprogram P545 [Spd Ref A Sel] for correct source. Incorrect Reference source is None 5. Check P935 [Drive Status 1] bits 12 and 13 being selected via remote device or for unexpected source selections. digital inputs. 6. Check P220 [Digital In Sts] to see if inputs are selecting an alternate source. 7. Check configuration of P173-175 [DI Speed Sel X] functions.

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Motor and/or drive will not accelerate to commanded speed.


Cause(s) Acceleration time is excessive. Excess load or short acceleration times force the drive into current limit, slowing or stopping acceleration. Speed command source or value is not as expected. Programming is preventing the drive output from exceeding limiting values. Indication None None Corrective Action Reprogram P535/536 [Accel Time X]. Check P935 [Drive Status 1], bit 27 to see if the drive is in Current Limit. Remove excess load or reprogram P535/536 [Accel Time X]. Check for the proper Speed Command using Steps 1 through 7 above. Check P520 [Max Fwd Speed], P521 [Max Rev Speed] and P37 [Maximum Freq] to assure that speed is not limited by programming.

None None

Motor operation is unstable.


Cause(s) Indication Motor data was incorrectly entered None or Autotune was not performed. Corrective Action 1. Correctly enter motor nameplate data. 2. Perform Static Tune or Rotate Tune Autotune procedure.

Drive will not reverse motor direction.


Cause(s) Digital input is not selected for reversing control. Digital input is incorrectly wired. Direction mode parameter is incorrectly programmed. Motor wiring is improperly phased for reverse. A bipolar analog speed command input is incorrectly wired or signal is absent. Indication None None None None None Corrective Action Check that the DI Reversing function is correctly configured. Check digital input wiring. Reprogram P308 [Direction Mode] for analog Bipolar or digital Unipolar control. Switch two motor leads. 1. Use meter to check that an analog input voltage is present. 2. Check bipolar analog signal wiring. Positive voltage commands forward direction. Negative voltage commands reverse direction.

Stopping the drive results in a Decel Inhibit fault.


Cause(s) The bus regulation feature is enabled and is halting deceleration due to excessive bus voltage. Excess bus voltage is normally due to excessive regenerated energy or unstable AC line input voltages. Internal timer has halted drive operation. Indication Corrective Action 1. Reprogram parameters 372/373 [Bus Reg Decel Inhibit Mode X] to eliminate any Adjust Freq fault screen. selection. LCD Status Line 2. Disable bus regulation (parameters 372/373 indicates [Bus Reg Mode X]) and add a dynamic Faulted. brake. 3. Correct AC input line instability or add an isolation transformer. 4. Reset drive.

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Drive (Port 0) Parameter List


Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 20 21 22 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 35 36 37 38 40 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 60 61 62 63 64 65 70 71 73 74 75 Parameter Name Output Frequency Commanded SpdRef Mtr Vel Fdbk Commanded Trq Torque Cur Fdbk Flux Cur Fdbk Output Current Output Voltage Output Power Output Powr Fctr DC Bus Volts DC Bus Memory Elapsed MWH Elapsed kWH Elapsed Run Time Rated Volts Rated Amps Rated kW Motor NP Volts Motor NP Amps Motor NP Hertz Motor NP RPM Mtr NP Pwr Units Motor NP Power Motor Poles Motor Ctrl Mode Maximum Voltage Maximum Freq PWM Frequency Mtr Options Cnfg Bus Utilization Flux Up Enable Flux Up Time Flux Down Ki Flux Down Kp Econ At Ref Ki Econ AccDec Ki Econ AccDec Kp Stability Filter Stab Volt Gain Stab Angle Gain Start Acc Boost Run Boost Break Voltage Break Frequency SVC Boost Filter VHz Curve Autotune Autotune Torque IR Voltage Drop Ixo Voltage Drop Flux Current Ref Group Metering Metering Metering Metering Metering Metering Metering Metering Metering Metering Metering Metering Metering Metering Metering Drive Data Drive Data Drive Data Motor Data Motor Data Motor Data Motor Data Motor Data Motor Data Motor Data Mtr Ctrl Options Mtr Ctrl Options Mtr Ctrl Options Mtr Ctrl Options Mtr Ctrl Options Mtr Ctrl Options Mtr Ctrl Options Mtr Ctrl Options Mtr Ctrl Options Mtr Ctrl Options Mtr Ctrl Options Mtr Ctrl Options Mtr Ctrl Options Mtr Ctrl Options Mtr Ctrl Options Mtr Ctrl Options Volts per Hertz Volts per Hertz Volts per Hertz Volts per Hertz Volts per Hertz Volts per Hertz Autotune Autotune Autotune Autotune Autotune Number 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 91 92 93 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 Parameter Name Total Inertia Inertia Test Lmt Encdrlss AngComp Encdrlss VltComp PM Cfg 755 PM PriEnc Offset 755 PM AltEnc Offset 755 PM OfstTst Cur 755 PM OfstTst CRamp 755 PM OfstTst FRamp 755 PM CEMF Voltage 755 PM IR Voltage 755 PM IXq Voltage 755 PM IXd Voltage 755 PM Vqs Reg Kp 755 PM Vqs Reg Ki 755 PM Dir Test Cur 755 VCL Cur Reg BW VCL Cur Reg Kp VCL Cur Reg Ki VEncdls FReg Kp VEncdls FReg Ki Slip Reg Enable Slip Reg Ki Slip Reg Kp Flux Reg Enable Flux Reg Ki Flux Reg Kp Trq Adapt Speed Trq Adapt En Phase Delay Comp Trq Comp Mode Trq Comp Mtring Trq Comp Regen Slip Adapt Iqs SFAdapt SlewLmt SFAdapt SlewRate SFAdapt CnvrgLvl SFAdapt CnvrgLmt Pri Vel Fdbk Sel Pri Vel FdbkFltr Pri Vel Feedback Alt Vel Fdbk Sel Alt Vel FdbkFltr Alt Vel Feedback Active Vel Fdbk Aux Vel Fdbk Sel Aux Vel FdbkFltr Aux Vel Feedback Mtr Psn Fdbk Sel Load Psn FdbkSel 755 Open Loop Fdbk Group Autotune Autotune Autotune Autotune Autotune Autotune Autotune Autotune Autotune Autotune Autotune Autotune Autotune Autotune Autotune Autotune Autotune Vector Regulator Vector Regulator Vector Regulator Vector Regulator Vector Regulator Vector Regulator Vector Regulator Vector Regulator Vector Regulator Vector Regulator Vector Regulator Vector Regulator Vector Regulator Vector Regulator Vector Regulator Vector Regulator Vector Regulator Vector Regulator Vector Regulator Vector Regulator Vector Regulator Vector Regulator Feedback Feedback Feedback Feedback Feedback Feedback Feedback Feedback Feedback Feedback Feedback Feedback Feedback

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Number 138 139 140 141 142 150 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 177 178 179 180 181 182 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 220 222 223 225 226

Parameter Name Simulator Fdbk Delayed Spd Ref 755 Virtual EncDelay 755 Virtual Enc EPR 755 Virtual Enc Psn 755 Digital In Cfg DI Enable DI Clear Fault DI Aux Fault DI Stop DI Cur Lmt Stop DI Coast Stop DI Start DI Fwd Reverse DI Run DI Run Forward DI Run Reverse DI Jog 1 DI Jog 1 Forward DI Jog 1 Reverse DI Jog 2 DI Jog 2 Forward DI Jog 2 Reverse DI Manual Ctrl DI Speed Sel 0 DI Speed Sel 1 DI Speed Sel 2 DI MOP Inc DI MOP Dec DI Accel 2 DI Decel 2 DI SpTqPs Sel 0 DI SpTqPs Sel 1 DI Stop Mode B DI BusReg Mode B DI PwrLoss ModeB DI Pwr Loss DI Precharge DI Prchrg Seal DI PID Enable DI PID Hold DI PID Reset DI PID Invert DI Torque StptA DI Fwd End Limit DI Fwd Dec Limit DI Rev End Limit DI Rev Dec Limit DI PHdwr OvrTrvl DI NHdwr OvrTrvl Digital In Sts Dig In Filt Mask 753 Dig In Filt 753 Dig Out Sts 753 Dig Out Invert 753

Group Feedback Feedback Feedback Feedback Feedback Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digin Functions Digital Inputs Digital Inputs Digital Inputs Digital Outputs Digital Outputs

Number 227 230 231 232 233 234 235 240 241 242 243 244 245 250 251 255 256 257 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 270 271 275 276 277 278 279 280 281 282 285 286 287 288 289 290 291 292 300 301 302 305 306 308 309 310 311 312 313 314

Parameter Name Dig Out Setpoint 753 RO0 Sel 753 RO0 Level Sel 753 RO0 Level 753 RO0 Level CmpSts 753 RO0 On Time 753 RO0 Off Time 753 TO0 Sel 753 TO0 Level Sel 753 TO0 Level 753 TO0 Level CmpSts 753 TO0 On Time 753 TO0 Off Time 753 PTC Cfg 753 PTC Status 753 Anlg In Type 753 Anlg In Sqrt 753 Anlg In Loss Sts 753 Anlg In0 Value 753 Anlg In0 Hi 753 Anlg In0 Lo 753 Anlg In0 LssActn 753 Anlg In0 Raw Val 753 Anlg In0 Filt Gn 753 Anlg In0 Filt BW 753 Anlg Out Type 753 Anlg Out Abs 753 Anlg Out0 Sel 753 Anlg Out0 Stpt 753 Anlg Out0 Data 753 Anlg Out0 DataHi 753 Anlg Out0 DataLo 753 Anlg Out0 Hi 753 Anlg Out0 Lo 753 Anlg Out0 Val 753 RO PredMaint Sts 753 RO0 Load Type 753 RO0 Load Amps 753 RO0 TotalLife 753 RO0 ElapsedLife 753 RO0 RemainLife 753 RO0 LifeEvntLvl 753 RO0 LifeEvntActn 753 Speed Units Access Level Language Voltage Class Duty Rating Direction Mode SpdTrqPsn Mode A SpdTrqPsn Mode B SpdTrqPsn Mode C SpdTrqPsn Mode D Actv SpTqPs Mode SLAT Err Stpt

Group Digital Outputs Digital Outputs Digital Outputs Digital Outputs Digital Outputs Digital Outputs Digital Outputs Digital Outputs Digital Outputs Digital Outputs Digital Outputs Digital Outputs Digital Outputs Motor PTC Motor PTC Analog Inputs Analog Inputs Analog Inputs Analog Inputs Analog Inputs Analog Inputs Analog Inputs Analog Inputs Analog Inputs Analog Inputs Analog Outputs Analog Outputs Analog Outputs Analog Outputs Analog Outputs Analog Outputs Analog Outputs Analog Outputs Analog Outputs Analog Outputs R0 Predict Main R0 Predict Main R0 Predict Main R0 Predict Main R0 Predict Main R0 Predict Main R0 Predict Main R0 Predict Main Preferences Preferences Preferences Control Cfg Control Cfg Control Cfg Control Cfg Control Cfg Control Cfg Control Cfg Control Cfg Control Cfg

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Number 315 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 336 345 346 347 348 349 350 351 352 353 354 355 356 357 358 359 360 361 362 363 364 370 371 372 373 374 375 376 377 378 379 380 381 382 383 384 385 388 389 390 391 393 394

Parameter Name SLAT Dwell Time Prchrg Control Prchrg Delay Prchrg Err Cfg Logic Mask Auto Mask Manual Cmd Mask Manual Ref Mask Alt Man Ref Sel Alt Man Ref AnHi Alt Man Ref AnLo Manual Preload Reset Meters Start At PowerUp PowerUp Delay Auto Retry Fault Auto Rstrt Tries Auto Rstrt Delay Sleep Wake Mode SleepWake RefSel Sleep Level Sleep Time Wake Level Wake Time FlyingStart Mode FS Gain FS Ki FS Speed Reg Ki FS Speed Reg Kp FS Excitation Ki FS Excitation Kp FS Reconnect Dly FS Msrmnt CurLvl Stop Mode A Stop Mode B Bus Reg Mode A Bus Reg Mode B Bus Reg Lvl Cnfg Bus Reg Level Bus Limit Kp Bus Limit Kd Bus Limit ACR Ki Bus Limit ACR Kp Bus Reg Ki Bus Reg Kp DB Resistor Type DB Ext Ohms DB Ext Watts DB ExtPulseWatts Flux Braking En Flux Braking Lmt Flux Braking Ki Flux Braking Kp DC Brake Lvl Sel DC Brake Level

Group Control Cfg Control Cfg Control Cfg Control Cfg Auto Manual Ctrl Auto Manual Ctrl Auto Manual Ctrl Auto Manual Ctrl Auto Manual Ctrl Auto Manual Ctrl Auto Manual Ctrl Auto Manual Ctrl Drive Memory Start Features Start Features Start Features Start Features Start Features Start Features Start Features Start Features Start Features Start Features Start Features Start Features Start Features Start Features Start Features Start Features Start Features Start Features Start Features Start Features Braking Features Braking Features Braking Features Braking Features Braking Features Braking Features Braking Features Braking Features Braking Features Braking Features Braking Features Braking Features Braking Features Braking Features Braking Features Braking Features Braking Features Braking Features Braking Features Braking Features Braking Features Braking Features

Number 395 396 397 398 399 400 401 402 403 409 410 411 412 413 414 415 416 418 419 420 421 422 423 424 425 426 427 428 429 430 431 432 433 434 435 436 437 438 439 440 441 442 443 444 445 449 450 451 452 453 454 455 456 457 458

Parameter Name DC Brake Time DC Brake Ki DC Brake Kp DC Brk Vq Fltr DC Brk Vd Fltr Fast Braking Ki 755 Fast Braking Kp Brake Off Adj 1 Brake Off Adj 2 Dec Inhibit Actn Motor OL Actn Mtr OL at Pwr Up Mtr OL Alarm Lvl Mtr OL Factor Mtr OL Hertz Mtr OL Reset Lvl MtrOL Reset Time Mtr OL Counts Mtr OL Trip Time Drive OL Mode Current Lmt Sel Current Limit 1 Current Limit 2 Active Cur Lmt Current Rate Lmt Regen Power Lmt Motor Power Lmt Current Limit Kd Current Limit Ki Current Limit Kp Id Lo FreqCur Kp Iq Lo FreqCur Kp Jerk Gain Shear Pin Cfg Shear Pin 1 Actn Shear Pin1 Level Shear Pin 1 Time Shear Pin 2 Actn Shear Pin2 Level Shear Pin 2 Time Load Loss Action Load Loss Level Load Loss Time OutPhaseLossActn Out PhaseLossLvl Power Loss Actn Pwr Loss Mode A Pwr Loss A Level Pwr Loss A Time Pwr Loss Mode B Pwr Loss B Level Pwr Loss B Time PwrLoss RT BusKp PwrLoss RT BusKd PwrLoss RT ACRKp

Group Braking Features Braking Features Braking Features Braking Features Braking Features Braking Features Braking Features Braking Features Braking Features Braking Features Motor Overload Motor Overload Motor Overload Motor Overload Motor Overload Motor Overload Motor Overload Motor Overload Motor Overload Load Limits Load Limits Load Limits Load Limits Load Limits Load Limits Load Limits Load Limits Load Limits Load Limits Load Limits Load Limits Load Limits Load Limits Load Limits Load Limits Load Limits Load Limits Load Limits Load Limits Load Limits Load Limits Load Limits Load Limits Load Limits Load Limits Power Loss Power Loss Power Loss Power Loss Power Loss Power Loss Power Loss Power Loss Power Loss Power Loss

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Number 459 460 461 462 463 464 466 467 469 470 471 472 488 489 490 491 492 493 494 495 496 497 498 499 500 501 502 503 504 505 506 507 508 509 510 511 512 513 514 515 516 517 518 519 520 521 522 523 524 525 526 527 528 529 535

Parameter Name PwrLoss RT ACRKi UnderVltg Action UnderVltg Level InPhase LossActn InPhase Loss Lvl DC Bus Mem Reset Ground Warn Actn Ground Warn Lvl PredMaint Status PredMaintAmbTemp PredMaint Rst En PredMaint Reset HSFan Derate HSFan TotalLife HSFan ElpsdLife HSFan RemainLife HSFan EventLevel HSFan EventActn HSFan ResetLog InFan Derate InFan TotalLife InFan ElpsdLife InFan RemainLife InFan EventLevel InFan EventActn InFan ResetLog MtrBrngTotalLife MtrBrngElpsdLife MtrBrngRemainLif MtrBrngEventLvl MtrBrngEventActn MtrBrng ResetLog MtrLubeElpsdHrs MtrLubeEventLvl MtrLubeEventActn MchBrngTotalLife MchBrngElpsdLife MchBrngRemainLif MchBrngEventLvl MchBrngEventActn MchBrngResetLog MchLubeElpsdHrs MchLube EventLvl MchLubeEventActn Max Fwd Speed Max Rev Speed Min Fwd Speed Min Rev Speed Overspeed Limit Zero Speed Limit Skip Speed 1 Skip Speed 2 Skip Speed 3 Skip Speed Band Accel Time 1

Group Power Loss Power Loss Power Loss Power Loss Power Loss Power Loss Ground Fault Ground Fault Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Predictive Main Speed Limits Speed Limits Speed Limits Speed Limits Speed Limits Speed Limits Speed Limits Speed Limits Speed Limits Speed Limits Speed Ramp Rates

Number 536 537 538 539 540 541 545 546 547 548 549 550 551 552 553 554 555 556 557 558 559 560 561 562 563 564 565 571 572 573 574 575 576 577 588 589 590 591 592 593 594 595 596 597 600 601 602 603 604 605 606 607 608 609 610

Parameter Name Accel Time 2 Decel Time 1 Decel Time 2 Jog Acc Dec Time S Curve Accel S Curve Decel Spd Ref A Sel Spd Ref A Stpt Spd Ref A AnlgHi Spd Ref A AnlgLo Spd Ref A Mult Spd Ref B Sel Spd Ref B Stpt Spd Ref B AnlgHi Spd Ref B AnlgLo Spd Ref B Mult Spd Ref Scale Jog Speed 1 Jog Speed 2 MOP Reference Save MOP Ref MOP Rate MOP High Limit MOP Low Limit DI ManRef Sel DI ManRef AnlgHi DI ManRef AnlgLo Preset Speed 1 Preset Speed 2 Preset Speed 3 Preset Speed 4 Preset Speed 5 Preset Speed 6 Preset Speed 7 Spd Ref Filter Spd Ref Fltr BW Spd Ref FltrGain Spd Ref Sel Sts Selected Spd Ref Limited Spd Ref Ramped Spd Ref Filtered Spd Ref Speed Rate Ref Final Speed Ref Trim Ref A Sel Trim Ref A Stpt Trim RefA AnlgHi Trim RefA AnlgLo Trim Ref B Sel Trim Ref B Stpt Trim RefB AnlgHi Trim RefB AnlgLo TrmPct RefA Sel TrmPct RefA Stpt TrmPct RefA AnHi

Group Speed Ramp Rates Speed Ramp Rates Speed Ramp Rates Speed Ramp Rates Speed Ramp Rates Speed Ramp Rates Speed Reference Speed Reference Speed Reference Speed Reference Speed Reference Speed Reference Speed Reference Speed Reference Speed Reference Speed Reference Speed Reference Speed Reference Speed Reference Speed Reference Speed Reference Speed Reference Speed Reference Speed Reference Speed Reference Speed Reference Speed Reference Speed Reference Speed Reference Speed Reference Speed Reference Speed Reference Speed Reference Speed Reference Speed Reference Speed Reference Speed Reference Speed Reference Speed Reference Speed Reference Speed Reference Speed Reference Speed Reference Speed Reference Speed Trim Speed Trim Speed Trim Speed Trim Speed Trim Speed Trim Speed Trim Speed Trim Speed Trim Speed Trim Speed Trim

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Number 611 612 613 614 615 616 617 620 621 622 623 635 636 637 638 639 640 641 642 643 644 645 646 647 648 649 650 651 652 653 654 655 656 657 658 659 660 663 664 665 666 667 670 671 675 676 677 678 679 680 681 682 683 684 685

Parameter Name TrmPct RefA AnLo TrmPct RefB Sel TrmPct RefB Stpt TrmPct RefB AnHi TrmPct RefB AnLo SpdTrimPrcRefSrc Spd Trim Source Droop RPM at FLA Slip RPM at FLA Slip Comp BW VHzSV SpdTrimReg Spd Options Ctrl Speed Reg BW SReg FB Fltr Sel SReg FB FltrGain SReg FB Fltr BW Filtered SpdFdbk Speed Error Servo Lock Gain 755 SpdReg AntiBckup Spd Err Fltr BW Speed Reg Kp Speed Reg Max Kp Speed Reg Ki Alt Speed Reg BW Alt Speed Reg Kp Alt Speed Reg Ki AltSpdErr FltrBW SReg Trq Preset Spd Loop Damping Spd Reg Int Out Spd Reg Pos Lmt Spd Reg Neg Lmt SReg OutFltr Sel SReg OutFltrGain SReg OutFltr BW SReg Output VHzSV Spd Reg Kp VHzSV Spd Reg Ki Speed Comp Sel Speed Comp Gain Speed Comp Out Pos Torque Limit Neg Torque Limit Trq Ref A Sel Trq Ref A Stpt Trq Ref A AnlgHi Trq Ref A AnlgLo Trq Ref A Mult Trq Ref B Sel Trq Ref B Stpt Trq Ref B AnlgHi Trq Ref B AnlgLo Trq Ref B Mult Selected Trq Ref

Group Speed Trim Speed Trim Speed Trim Speed Trim Speed Trim Speed Trim Speed Trim Slip/Droop Comp Slip/Droop Comp Slip/Droop Comp Slip/Droop Comp Speed Regulator Speed Regulator Speed Regulator Speed Regulator Speed Regulator Speed Regulator Speed Regulator Speed Regulator Speed Regulator Speed Regulator Speed Regulator Speed Regulator Speed Regulator Speed Regulator Speed Regulator Speed Regulator Speed Regulator Speed Regulator Speed Regulator Speed Regulator Speed Regulator Speed Regulator Speed Regulator Speed Regulator Speed Regulator Speed Regulator Speed Regulator Speed Regulator Speed Comp Speed Comp Speed Comp Torque Limits Torque Limits Torque Reference Torque Reference Torque Reference Torque Reference Torque Reference Torque Reference Torque Reference Torque Reference Torque Reference Torque Reference Torque Reference

Number 686 687 688 689 690 695 696 697 698 699 700 704 705 706 707 708 709 710 711 720 721 722 723 724 725 726 727 730 731 732 733 734 735 736 737 738 745 746 747 748 749 750 765 766 767 770 771 772 773 774 775 776 777 778 779

Parameter Name Torque Step Notch Fltr Freq Notch Fltr Atten Filtered Trq Ref Limited Trq Ref Inertia CompMode 755 Inertia Acc Gain 755 Inertia Dec Gain 755 Inert Comp LPFBW 755 Inertia Comp Out 755 Ext Ramped Ref 755 InAdp LdObs Mode 755 Inertia Adapt BW 755 InertiaAdaptGain 755 Load Estimate 755 InertiaTrqAdd 755 IA LdObs Delay 755 InertAdptFltrBW 755 Load Observer BW 755 PTP PsnRefStatus Position Control Psn Selected Ref Psn Command Psn Reg Status Zero Position In Pos Psn Band In Pos Psn Dwell Homing Status Homing Control DI Find Home DI Redefine Psn DI OL Home Limit Find Home Speed Find Home Ramp Actual Home Psn User Home Psn PsnWatch1 Select 755 PsnWatch1 DtctIn 755 PsnWatch1 Stpt 755 PsnWatch2 Select 755 PsnWatch2 DtctIn 755 PsnWatch2 Stpt 755 Psn Ref Select Psn Direct Stpt Psn Direct Ref PTP Control PTP Mode DI Indx Step DI Indx StepRev DI Indx StepPrst PTP Ref Sel PTP Reference PTP Feedback PTP Ref Scale PTP Index Preset

Group Torque Reference Torque Reference Torque Reference Torque Reference Torque Reference Inertia Comp Inertia Comp Inertia Comp Inertia Comp Inertia Comp Inertia Comp Friction Comp Friction Comp Friction Comp Friction Comp Friction Comp Friction Comp Friction Comp Friction Comp Position Cfg/Sts Position Cfg/Sts Position Cfg/Sts Position Cfg/Sts Position Cfg/Sts Position Cfg/Sts Position Cfg/Sts Position Cfg/Sts Position Homing Position Homing Position Homing Position Homing Position Homing Position Homing Position Homing Position Homing Position Homing Position Watch Position Watch Position Watch Position Watch Position Watch Position Watch Direct Direct Direct Point to Point Point to Point Point to Point Point to Point Point to Point Point to Point Point to Point Point to Point Point to Point Point to Point

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Number 780 781 782 783 784 785 786 787 788 789 790 795 796 797 798 799 800 801 802 803 804 805 806 807 808 809 810 811 812 815 816 817 820 821 822 823 824 825 826 830 831 832 833 834 835 836 837 838 839 840 841 842 843 844 845

Parameter Name PTP Setpoint PTP Accel Time PTP Decel Time PTP Speed FwdRef PTP Command PTP Fwd Vel Lmt PTP Rev Vel Lmt PTP S Curve PTP Vel Override PTP EGR Mult PTP EGR Div PLL Control 755 PLL Ext Spd Sel 755 PLL Ext Spd Stpt 755 PLL Ext SpdScale 755 PLL Psn Ref Sel 755 PLL Psn Stpt 755 PLL BW 755 PLL LPFilter BW 755 PLL Virt Enc RPM 755 PLL EPR Input 755 PLL Rvls Input 755 PLL Psn Out Fltr 755 PLL Speed Out 755 PLL Speed OutAdv 755 PLL Enc Out 755 PLL Enc Out Adv 755 PLL EPR Output 755 PLL Rvls Output 755 Psn Ref EGR Out Psn EGR Mult Psn EGR Div Psn Offset 1 Sel Psn Offset 1 Psn Offset 2 Sel Psn Offset 2 Psn Offset Vel LdPsn Fdbk Mult 755 LdPsn Fdbk Div 755 PsnNtchFltrFreq PsnNtchFltrDepth Psn Out Fltr Sel Psn Out FltrGain Psn Out Fltr BW Psn Error Psn Actual Psn Load Actual 755 Psn Reg Ki Psn Reg Kp PReg Pos Int Lmt PReg Neg Int Lmt PsnReg IntgrlOut PsnReg Spd Out PReg Pos Spd Lmt PReg Neg Spd Lmt

Group Point to Point Point to Point Point to Point Point to Point Point to Point Point to Point Point to Point Point to Point Point to Point Point to Point Point to Point Phase Lock Loop Phase Lock Loop Phase Lock Loop Phase Lock Loop Phase Lock Loop Phase Lock Loop Phase Lock Loop Phase Lock Loop Phase Lock Loop Phase Lock Loop Phase Lock Loop Phase Lock Loop Phase Lock Loop Phase Lock Loop Phase Lock Loop Phase Lock Loop Phase Lock Loop Phase Lock Loop Electronic Gear Electronic Gear Electronic Gear Position Offset Position Offset Position Offset Position Offset Position Offset Ld Psn Fdbk Scal Ld Psn Fdbk Scal Position Reg Position Reg Position Reg Position Reg Position Reg Position Reg Position Reg Position Reg Position Reg Position Reg Position Reg Position Reg Position Reg Position Reg Position Reg Position Reg

Number 846 847 871 872 873 874 875 876 877 878 879 880 881 882 883 884 885 886 887 888 895 896 897 898 899 900 901 902 905 906 907 908 909 910 911 912 919 920 921 922 923 924 925 930 931 932 933 934 935 936 937 940 941 942 943

Parameter Name Psn Reg Droop Psn Fdbk Port 1 Reference Port 2 Reference Port 3 Reference Port 4 Reference Port 5 Reference Port 6 Reference Port13 Reference 755 Port14 Reference Drive Logic Rslt DPI Ref Rslt DPI Ramp Rslt DPI Logic Rslt Drive Ref Rslt 753 Drive Ramp Rslt 753 Port Mask Act Logic Mask Act Write Mask Act Write Mask Cfg Data In A1 Data In A2 Data In B1 Data In B2 Data In C1 Data In C2 Data In D1 Data In D2 Data Out A1 Data Out A2 Data Out B1 Data Out B2 Data Out C1 Data Out C2 Data Out D1 Data Out D2 Stop Owner Start Owner Jog Owner Dir Owner Clear Flt Owner Manual Owner Ref Select Owner Speed Ref Source Last StartSource Last Stop Source Start Inhibits Last StrtInhibit Drive Status 1 Drive Status 2 Condition Sts 1 Drive OL Count IGBT Temp Pct IGBT Temp C Drive Temp Pct

Group Position Reg Position Reg Comm Control Comm Control Comm Control Comm Control Comm Control Comm Control Comm Control Comm Control Comm Control Comm Control Comm Control Comm Control Comm Control Comm Control Security Security Security Security DPI Datalinks DPI Datalinks DPI Datalinks DPI Datalinks DPI Datalinks DPI Datalinks DPI Datalinks DPI Datalinks DPI Datalinks DPI Datalinks DPI Datalinks DPI Datalinks DPI Datalinks DPI Datalinks DPI Datalinks DPI Datalinks Owners Owners Owners Owners Owners Owners Owners Status Status Status Status Status Status Status Status Status Status Status Status

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Number 944 945 946 950 951 952 953 954 955 956 957 958 959 960 961 962 963 970 971 972 974 975 976 978 979 980 982 983 984 1035 1036 1037 1038 1039 1040 1041 1042 1043 1044 1045 1046 1065 1066 1067 1068 1069 1070 1071 1072 1073 1074 1075 1076 1077 1078

Parameter Name Drive Temp C At Limit Status Safety Port Sts Minor Flt Cfg Last Fault Code Fault Status A Fault Status B Status1 at Fault Status2 at Fault Fault Frequency Fault Amps Fault Bus Volts Alarm Status A Alarm Status B Type 2 Alarms AlarmA at Fault AlarmB at Fault Testpoint Sel 1 Testpoint Fval 1 Testpoint Lval 1 Testpoint Sel 2 Testpoint Fval 2 Testpoint Lval 2 Testpoint Sel 3 Testpoint Fval 3 Testpoint Lval 3 Testpoint Sel 4 Testpoint Fval 4 Testpoint Lval 4 PkDtct Stpt Real 755 PkDtct Stpt Dint 755 PkDtct1 In Sel 755 PkDtct1PresetSel 755 Peak1 Cfg 755 Peak 1 Change 755 PeakDetect1 Out 755 PkDtct2 In Sel 755 PkDtct2PresetSel 755 Peak2 Cfg 755 Peak 2 Change 755 PeakDetect2 Out 755 PID Cfg PID Control PID Ref Sel PID Ref AnlgHi PID Ref AnlgLo PID Setpoint PID Ref Mult PID Fdbk Sel PID Fdbk AnlgHi PID Fdbk AnlgLo PID FBLoss SpSel PID FBLoss TqSel PID Fdbk PID Fdbk Mult

Group Status Status Status Fault/Alarm Info Fault/Alarm Info Fault/Alarm Info Fault/Alarm Info Fault/Alarm Info Fault/Alarm Info Fault/Alarm Info Fault/Alarm Info Fault/Alarm Info Fault/Alarm Info Fault/Alarm Info Fault/Alarm Info Fault/Alarm Info Fault/Alarm Info Testpoints Testpoints Testpoints Testpoints Testpoints Testpoints Testpoints Testpoints Testpoints Testpoints Testpoints Testpoints Peak Detection Peak Detection Peak Detection Peak Detection Peak Detection Peak Detection Peak Detection Peak Detection Peak Detection Peak Detection Peak Detection Peak Detection Process PID Process PID Process PID Process PID Process PID Process PID Process PID Process PID Process PID Process PID Process PID Process PID Process PID Process PID

Number 1079 1080 1081 1082 1083 1084 1085 1086 1087 1088 1089 1090 1091 1092 1093 1100 1101 1102 1103 1104 1105 1106 1107 1108 1109 1110 1111 1112 1113 1120 1121 1122 1123 1124 1125 1126 1129 1130 1131 1133 1134 1135 1136 1137 1138 1139 1140 1141 1142 1143 1144 1145 1146 1147 1148

Parameter Name PID Output Sel PID Output Mult PID Upper Limit PID Lower Limit PID Deadband PID LP Filter BW PID Preload PID Prop Gain PID Int Time PID Deriv Time PID Status PID Ref Meter PID Fdbk Meter PID Error Meter PID Output Meter Trq Prove Cfg 755 Trq Prove Setup 755 DI FloatMicroPsn 755 Trq Prove Status 755 Trq Lmt SlewRate 755 Speed Dev Band 755 SpdBand Intgrtr 755 Brk Release Time 755 Brk Set Time 755 Brk Alarm Travel 755 Brk Slip Count 755 Float Tolerance 755 MicroPsnScalePct 755 ZeroSpdFloatTime 755 Fiber Control 753 Fiber Status 753 Sync Time 753 Traverse Inc 753 Traverse Dec 753 Max Traverse 753 P Jump 753 DI Fiber SyncEna 753 DI Fiber TravDis 753 Adj Vltg Config 753 Adj Vltg Select 753 Adj Vltg Ref Hi 753 Adj Vltg Ref Lo 753 Adj Vltg TrimSel 753 Adj Vltg Trim Hi 753 Adj Vltg Trim Lo 753 Adj Vltg Command 753 Adj Vltg AccTime 753 Adj Vltg DecTime 753 Adj Vltg Preset1 753 Adj Vltg Preset2 753 Adj Vltg Preset3 753 Adj Vltg Preset4 753 Adj Vltg Preset5 753 Adj Vltg Preset6 753 Adj Vltg Preset7 753

Group Process PID Process PID Process PID Process PID Process PID Process PID Process PID Process PID Process PID Process PID Process PID Process PID Process PID Process PID Process PID Torque Prove Torque Prove Torque Prove Torque Prove Torque Prove Torque Prove Torque Prove Torque Prove Torque Prove Torque Prove Torque Prove Torque Prove Torque Prove Torque Prove Fibers Function Fibers Function Fibers Function Fibers Function Fibers Function Fibers Function Fibers Function Fibers Function Fibers Function Adjustable Vltg Adjustable Vltg Adjustable Vltg Adjustable Vltg Adjustable Vltg Adjustable Vltg Adjustable Vltg Adjustable Vltg Adjustable Vltg Adjustable Vltg Adjustable Vltg Adjustable Vltg Adjustable Vltg Adjustable Vltg Adjustable Vltg Adjustable Vltg Adjustable Vltg

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Number 1149 1150 1151 1152 1165 1166 1167 1168 1169 1170 1171 1172 1173 1174 1175 1176 1177 1178 1179 1180 1181 1182 1183 1184 1187 1188 1189 1190 1191 1192 1193 1194 1195 1196 1197 1198 1199 1200 1201 1202 1203 1204 1205 1206 1207 1210 1212 1213 1215 1216 1217 1218 1219 1220 1221

Parameter Name Adj Vltg RefMult 753 Adj Vltg Scurve 753 Adj Vltg TrimPct 753 Min Adj Voltage 753 Rod Speed 753 Rod Torque 753 Rod Speed Cmd 753 TorqAlarm Action 753 TorqAlarm Config 753 TorqAlarm Dwell 753 TorqAlarm Level 753 TorqAlm Timeout 753 TorqAlarm TOActn 753 Total Gear Ratio 753 Max Rod Speed 753 Max Rod Torque 753 Min Rod Speed 753 Motor Sheave 753 OilWell Pump Cfg 753 PCP Pump Sheave 753 Gearbox Limit 753 Gearbox Rating 753 Gearbox Ratio 753 Gearbox Sheave 753 Pump Off Config 753 Pump Off Setup 753 Pump Off Action 753 Pump Off Control 753 Pump Off Status 753 Pump Cycle Store 753 Set Top ofStroke 753 Torque Setpoint 753 Pump Off Level 753 Pump Off Speed 753 Pump Off Time 753 Pct Cycle Torque 753 Pct Lift Torque 753 Pct Drop Torque 753 Stroke Pos Count 753 Stroke Per Min 753 Pump Off Count 753 PumpOff SleepCnt 753 Day Stroke Count 753 DI PumpOff Disbl 753 Pump OffSleepLvl 753 Profile Status 755 Units Traveled 755 Profile Command 755 Counts Per Unit 755 ProfVel Override 755 Prof DI Invert 755 DI Hold Step 755 DI Abort Step 755 DI Abort Profile 755 DI Vel Override 755

Group Adjustable Vltg Adjustable Vltg Adjustable Vltg Adjustable Vltg Pump Jack Pump Jack Pump Jack Pump Jack Pump Jack Pump Jack Pump Jack Pump Jack Pump Jack Pump Jack Pump Jack Pump Jack Pump Jack Pump Jack Pump Jack Pump Jack Pump Jack Pump Jack Pump Jack Pump Jack Pump Off Pump Off Pump Off Pump Off Pump Off Pump Off Pump Off Pump Off Pump Off Pump Off Pump Off Pump Off Pump Off Pump Off Pump Off Pump Off Pump Off Pump Off Pump Off Pump Off Pump Off Profiling Profiling Profiling Profiling Profiling Profiling Profiling Profiling Profiling Profiling

Number 1222 1223 1224 1225 1226 12301380 12311381 12321382 12331383 12341384 12351385 12361386 12371387 12381388 12391389 1390 1391 1392 1393 1394 1395 1396 1397 1398 1399 1400 1401 1402 1403 1404 1405 1406 14071437 14081438 1439 1440 14411469 14421470 1471 1472 1473 1474

Parameter Name DI StrtStep Sel0 755 DI StrtStep Sel1 755 DI StrtStep Sel2 755 DI StrtStep Sel3 755 DI StrtStep Sel4 755 Step 116 Type 755 Step 116 Velocity 755 Step 116 Accel 755 Step 116 Decel 755 Step 116 Value 755 Step 116 Dwell 755 Step 116 Batch 755 Step 116 Next 755 Step 116 Action 755 Step 116 Dig In 755 PCAM Control 755 PCAM Mode 755 PCAM Psn Select 755 PCAM Psn Stpt 755 PCAM Psn Ofst 755 PCAM PsnOfst Eps 755 PCAM Span X 755 PCAM Scale X 755 PCAM Span Y 755 PCAM ScaleY Sel 755 PCAM ScaleYSetPt 755 PCAM VelScaleSel 755 PCAM VelScaleSP 755 PCAM Slope Begin 755 PCAM Slope End 755 PCAM Main EndPnt 755 PCAM Main Types 755 PCAM Main Pt X 015 755 PCAM Main Pt Y 015 755 PCAM Aux EndPnt 755 PCAM Aux Types 755 PCAM Aux Pt X 115 755 PCAM Aux Pt Y 115 755 PCAM Status 755 PCAM Vel Out 755 PCAM Psn Out 755 DI PCAM Start 755

Group Profiling Profiling Profiling Profiling Profiling Profiling Profiling Profiling Profiling Profiling Profiling Profiling Profiling Profiling Profiling Camming Camming Camming Camming Camming Camming Camming Camming Camming Camming Camming Camming Camming Camming Camming Camming Camming Camming Camming Camming Camming Camming Camming Camming Camming Camming Camming

753 indicates parameter is used by PowerFlex 753 drives only. 755 indicates parameter is used by PowerFlex 755 drives only.

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