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Instruction Manual For Models AF93/IS903 Adjustable Frequency Drives

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Scroll Change

SETUP
Settings Forward Reverse
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Quick Start
Before applying power to the unit, make sure it is properly wired. The input line should be connected to terminals L1, L2, and L3, and the motor should be connected to terminals T1, T2, and T3. The unit should also be properly grounded in accordance with the connection drawings in the AF93/IS903 Instruction Manual. To run the drive in KEYPAD mode, make sure a jumper or customer permissive circuit is connected between terminal 7 and 8, and terminal 7 and 15. See the connection drawings in the AF93/IS903 Instruction Manual. 2. Press the SELECT button until Keypad Indicator is lit. 3. Verify the Operate Indicator is lit. If not, press the OPERATE button. 4. Press the START button. 5. Press the UP or DOWN button and verify SPEED SETPOINT appears on the top line of the LCD and speed in RPMs appears on the bottom line. 6. Use the UP or DOWN button to set the drive at 1200 RPM. 7. If reversal of rotation is required, press the F/R button. Press the STOP button to stop the drive.

To Start Drive and Set Speed


Complete the following procedure to start the drive and set the speed (to 1200 RPM for example). 1. Apply power and verify both lines of LCD display are lit.

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Table of Contents
Page Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S-1 The Meaning of Safety Statements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S-2 AF93/IS903 Safety Statements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S-2 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1 Pre-Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3 Installation Check List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-15 Drawings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-21 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-33 Using Your Keypad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1 About Your Keypad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2 Keypad Tips and Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5 Using the Start Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-6 Using the Stop Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-7 Using the Forward/Reverse Button. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-8 Changing Parameter Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-10

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Table of Contents
Page Using the Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1 AF93/IS903 Parameter List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2 AF93/IS903 Parameter Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-13 Troubleshooting Your Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1 Displaying Fault Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2 Solutions To Drive Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-3 Checking DC Bus Voltage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6 Appendix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-1 AF93/IS903 Parameter List - Numerical Order . . . . . A-2 AF93/IS903 Parameter List - Alphabetical Order . . . A-4 AF93/IS903 Keypad Template . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-7 Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I-1

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Safety
Cutler-Hammer has made every effort to provide you with the safest motor drives on the market but wishes to point out how to safely operate and troubleshoot your drive. After you review this section you will: Understand the meaning of the Safety Alert Symbol, Danger, Warning, Caution, and Notice safety statements. Know what safety statements you should be aware of when you operate and troubleshoot Cutler-Hammer motor drives.

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Safety
The Meaning of Safety Statements
You will find various types of safety information on the following pages and on the labels attached to the equipment. This section explains their meaning. The Safety Alert Symbol means ATTENTION! BECOME ALERT! YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED!

AF93/IS903 Safety Statements


The following safety statements relate to the installation, operation and troubleshooting of Cutler-Hammer Adjustable Frequency Drives.

Notice - Make sure you read and understand


the installation procedures in this manual before you attempt to operate or troubleshoot the equipment.

Danger High Voltage Danger


Danger means that failure to follow this safety statement will result in serious personal injury
or death. Motor control equipment and electronic controllers are connected to hazardous line voltage. When you install or service Adjustable Frequency Drives and electronic controllers, there may be exposed components with their cases and protrusions at or above line potential. Take extreme care to protect yourself and others against shock: Observe all shock hazard labels that may be located inside the drive. Stand on an insulating pad and make it a habit to use only one hand when installing or checking components. Always work with another person in case an emergency occurs. Always disconnect power before you install or check controllers or perform maintenance. Be sure equipment is properly grounded. Make sure that all electrical work conforms with the National Electrical Codes and local regulations. Installation should only be performed by qualified personnel.

Warning
Warning means that failure to follow this safety statement could result in serious
personal injury or death.

Caution
Caution means that failure to follow this safety statement may result in minor or
moderate personal injury or property damage.

Notice - means that failure to follow these instructions could cause damage to the equipment or cause it to operate improperly.

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Safety
Danger High Voltage
Internal parts of the drive are at line voltage when AC power is connected to input terminals. This voltage is extremely dangerous and can cause death or serious injury. When the supply is disconnected from the input terminal block, it will take up to 10 minutes before the DC bus capacitors are discharged to a safe voltage. To ensure the voltage is safe, monitor the capacitor discharge with a digital voltmeter connected between the A and B terminals on the capacitor assembly as described in Section 5, Troubleshooting. Do not work on the drive until the capacitors have completely discharged. Do not attempt to discharge the capacitors by short circuiting the bus.

Warning
Carefully consider the application when you select AF93/IS903 Adjustable Frequency Drive components and options and associated drive motor. You must ensure that your application meets the restrictions stated in this manual and the nameplate of your drive. Failure to observe these restrictions can cause personal injury or damage to personal property and could void your warranty: Make sure selected equipment meets the requirements of the NEC, NEMA, UL, CSA, IEC, IEEE, and local codes. Pay particular attention to the requirements for motor and power disconnect devices, emergency stop pushbuttons, pre-start alarms and guards on mechanical power transmission apparatus. Make sure motor selected is appropriately sized for the application. Follow the recommendations in Section 2 of this manual, Pre-Installation. If you configure the drive to operate above 60 Hz, the motor may operate above its nameplate speed. Personal injury or equipment damage may exist when you operate the motor and driven machines above their rated speed. Make certain that all guards and shields are in place before operating at any speed. Refer to the motor manufacturer to verify safe motor speed. Before operating the equipment, make sure that appropriate guards and safety devices are in place.

Danger
AF93/IS903 Adjustable Frequency Drives are not suitable for use in an explosive atmosphere or in a Hazardous (Classified) Location. See Article 500 of the National Electric Code.

Caution
A hazard of potential damage to your drive, due to overheating, exists if your drive is operated at a line impedance below 1%. You must ensure that the input line power has an impedance of at least 1%, and less than or equal to 5% for proper drive operation. Damage may occur if the source impedance is less than 1%. If the source impedance is more than 5%, the drive may not provide rated output voltage. Install a AF93/IS903 1% input line reactor if your line impedance measures below 1%.

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Safety
Warning
Rotating mechanical equipment can cause serious personal injury and property damage unless you handle them carefully, especially when the equipment is operating: Never wear loose fitting clothing, such as ties and scarves, when you operate rotating mechanical equipment. Always wear safety glasses when you operate rotating mechanical equipment. Stand clear, and make sure all hands and feet are clear, of rotating mechanical equipment before you start the Adjustable Frequency Drive. Refer to OSHA rules and regulations, paragraph 1910.219 for the use of guards on mechanical power transmission devices.

Caution
AF93/IS903 Adjustable Frequency Drives contain components and sub-assemblies that are sensitive to electrostatic discharge. Static control precautions are required when installing, testing, servicing, or repairing your Adjustable Frequency Drive. Component damage may result if you ignore electrostatic discharge control procedures. Observe the following precautions when you are working with electrical subassemblies: Before opening the enclosure, discharge static electricity from your body by touching a grounded metal object. When installing the equipment, connect the equipment ground conductor as soon as possible. Keep your hands and tools away from the electronic circuitry as much as possible. Nonconductive materials such as paper, plastic and Styrofoam must be kept away from the electronic circuitry. Do not use tape in the equipment enclosure. Pulling tape from a roll generates a high static charge. Printed circuit boards must be repaired by Cutler-Hammer technicians. Field service of printed circuit boards inside your AF93/IS903 is not possible without the proper software or diagnostic tools.

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SECTION 1

Introduction
About This Manual
Congratulations! You have purchased one of the most sophisticated Adjustable Frequency Drives in the industry. Your drive is part of a family of drives that provide AC motor speed control in a wide variety of industrial and commercial applications. Models are available for 2 to 25 Hp applications. This manual provides a check list, drawings, specifications and pre-installation information to help you select the right equipment and properly install your AF93/IS903 Adjustable Frequency Drive. To assure successful installation, thoroughly read and understand the material presented in each section before you attempt to install the drive. If this is your first installation, we suggest that you read each section in the sequence they are presented since they assume you know the material presented previously. Once you are an experienced installer, you can use the manual as a source of reference and look up the information you need using the index as a guide. AF93/IS903 Adjustable Frequency Drives are designed to provide adjustable speed control of three phase motors. The microprocessor based pulse width modulated (PWM) drives have standard features which can be programmed to tailor your drives performance to suit your needs.

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About This Manual


SECTION 1
Note that throughout the manual, titles of sections and other AF93/IS903 manuals are shown in italics. Items in bold italics are important. Items in bold without italics are parameters or commands that appear on the LCD of the keypad on your AF93/IS903 Adjustable Frequency Drive. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact us. We at Cutler-Hammer are proud to have you as a customer and can assure you that you will have many productive years from your new AF93/IS903 Adjustable Frequency Drive.

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SECTION 2

Installation
About This Section
This section of the AF93/IS903 Instruction manual provides preinstallation information, an installation check list, drawings, and specifications to help you select the right equipment and properly install your AF93/IS903 Adjustable Frequency Drive. To ensure successful installation, thoroughly read and understand the material presented in this section before you attempt to install the drive. If this is your first installation, we suggest that you read this section in the sequence it is presented. Once you are an experienced installer, you can use this section as a source of reference and look up the information you need using the index as a guide.

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Pre-Installation

This part of the Installation section of this Instruction Manual provides guidelines to consider before you install your drive: Handling of Drive After Delivery. Where to Locate Drive. Application Considerations. Input Line Considerations. Output Power Considerations Analog and Digital Signal Considerations.

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Handling of Drive After Delivery


Although every precaution is taken to ensure that the unit is delivered in good condition, take a moment to inspect your drive after it arrives at your plant: 1. Inspect the shipping container for evidence of rough handling immediately after the unit arrives. Report all damage to the freight carrier and your nearest Cutler-Hammer customer support center and your CutlerHammer sales representative. 2. Carefully unpack the drive, taking care to save the shipping container and any packing material should you need to return the unit at a later date. Verify that the items on the packing list or bill of lading agree with your order. 3. If you are not installing the drive right away, store the drive in a clean, dry, area where the ambient temperature is between -4 to 158F (-20 to 70C) and less than or equal to 95% humidity (non condensing). Make sure the drive is not subject to a corrosive atmosphere (such as H2S).

Warning

Large frame AF93/IS903 Adjustable Frequency Drives may require more than one person to move from one location to another. Observe proper lifting techniques to avoid injury when handling heavy electrical equipment.

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Where to Locate Drive


Consider the following: 1. Locate the drive in an area consistent with the environment specifications listed in the Specifications section of this manual. Mount enclosures away from heavy and overhead construction. 2. Select the type of enclosure that meets your application. Note: Standard AF93/IS903 NEMA 1 drives can withstand an ambient temperature of 122F (50C) up to 3,300 feet (1000 meters) above sea level. Standard AF93/IS903 NEMA 12 drives can withstand an ambient temperature of 104F (40C) up to 3,300 feet (1000 meters) above sea level. If you install the drive in an optional enclosure, the maximum temperature is derated. If you install an enclosure at temperatures exceeding these values, you must derate the unit as follows: For every 9F (5C) over the rated temperature you must derate the AF93/IS903 current ratings by 10%. However, do not exceed a maximum of 131F (55C) under any circumstances. In addition for every 1000 feet (300 meters) above the rated altitude, you must derate the AF93/IS903 current ratings by 2%. 3. Refer to the illustrations in the Drawings section of this manual for the mounting dimensions of each enclosure. 4. Make sure there is plenty of ventilating space surrounding the drive. Refer to the illustrations in the Drawings section of this manual for ventilation clearances.

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Application Considerations
When you plan your AF93/IS903 Adjustable Frequency Drive installation, consider its application. Different applications, such as industrial process control and HVAC system control, require different drive options, motors and software configuration. The following is a list of items you should keep in mind when you plan the installation and order the materials. It is important to note that some of the options available for your drive must be installed at the factory. 3. An AF93/IS903 circuit breaker is a lockable means for disconnecting the motor from the power source. The circuit breaker is mounted in an optional NEMA 1 or 12 enclosure or MCC.

AF93/IS903 Options
1. Remember you must have an input line impedance of at least 1% and not over 5% for proper drive operation. You should calculate the input line impedance to determine whether a 1% input reactor is required. Refer to the discussion on Input Line Considerations later in this section for more details on determining input line impedance. 2. Order a 3% or 5% input line reactor to correct input line harmonic distortions as required. Refer to the discussion on Input Line Characteristics on later in this section for more details for more details on harmonic distortions.

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Application Considerations
Motor Selection
Careful consideration of the proper motor is essential to obtain optimum performance from your drive. Contact your Cutler-Hammer sales representative or distributor for additional assistance and/or literature regarding motor selection and other aspects of drive applications. 1. Your AF93/IS903 drive is designed to be connected directly to a single, NEMA design B, three phase AC motor. The motor must be selected and applied so that the average operating motor current and horsepower do not exceed the continuous current and horsepower ratings of the drive. The intermittent operating current must not exceed the intermittent current rating of the drive. 2. Consider the effect of speed on the cooling capacity of the motor. As you slow down some types of motors (such as a Totally Enclosed Fan Cooled [TEFC]), its internal fan turns slower which reduces air flow through the motor. Typically, these types of motors may overheat if you operate them for extended periods of time at their rated torque and a reduced speed (less than 50% of full speed). Choose a motor that matches the expected duty, torque range and speed. 3. Multiple motors may be operated by an AF93/IS903 drive if: Total current from all motors does not exceed the current rating of the AF93/IS903. Individual motor overload protection is supplied. All motors must start and change speed together.

Warning

If you configure the drive to operate above 60 Hz, the motor may operate above its nameplate speed. Personal injury or equipment damage may exist when you operate the motor and driven machines above their rated speed. Make certain that all guards and shields are in place before operating at any speed. Refer to the motor manufacturer to verify safe motor speed.

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Input Line Considerations


All wiring must comply with the requirements of the National Electric Code (NEC) and/or other codes as required by the authority having jurisdiction over the installation. The installer must ensure that the electrical connections at the site conform with the connection diagrams shipped with the drive. Note: Make sure you use the most recent version of the codes when you install your AF93/IS903 drive.

Grounding Connections
For personal safety and reliable equipment operation, firmly connect each chassis to earth ground as shown in the connection diagrams in the Drawings section of this manual. The AF93/IS903 chassis ground conductor should be the same size as the input line conductors or sized according to electrical code requirements. Use a copper or aluminum conductor. Connection to a grounded conduit does not provide an adequate equipment ground. Make sure that all operators control stations and motor frames are adequately grounded.

Input Line Conductor and Branch Circuit Overload Protection Selection


Use a combination of the following guidelines to choose the correct input line conductors and proper branch circuit overload protection: Note: Select the input line conductor size and branch circuit overload protection in accordance with applicable code requirements. The input line and branch circuit overload protection must be rated for the input voltage and current stated on the nameplate of the drive. For runs over 300 feet, consider the recommended minimum wire size listed in Table 2-1. In addition, consider the wire size capacity of the input line terminals: 2 to 10 Hp Maximum wire size is #10 AWG 15 to 25 Hp Maximum wire size is #4 AWG The input line conductors must be made of copper with a temperature rating of at least 167F (75C). The power terminal tightening torque range is 16-18 in. lbs. on terminals L1, L2, L3, T1, T2, T3, and the ground lugs.

Input Line Impedance


You must ensure that the input line power has an impedance of at least 1% and less than or equal to 5% equated to drive size for proper operation. Damage to the drive may occur if the source impedance is less than 1%. If the source impedance is more than 5%, the drive may not provide rated output voltage. Actual input current varies considerably in response to the efficiency and power factor of the motor connected to your drive and the impedance of the power source. Since power source impedance has an effect on the harmonic content of the input current, the amount of impedance affects the value of the input line current.

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Input Line Considerations


The value of source impedance is expressed as a percent of the effective impedance of the drive. To determine the source impedance as a percent of the effective impedance of the drive, you must know: The short circuit capacity of the power source at the drives input power terminals. The full load (output) current rating of the drive (found on the nameplate). The following calculation provides the source impedance as a percent of the effective impedance of the drive: Full Load Current 100 = Source Short Circuit Capacity * Impedance The short circuit capacity must be at least 20 times the full load current rating (5% impedance) and no more than 100 times the full load current rating (1% impedance). For example, if the full load (output) current of an AF93/IS903 drive is 22 amps and the short circuit current capacity of the power source is 2200 amps, the source impedance is: 22 2200

* 100 = 1.00%

Since the design of a power distribution system often includes a short circuit capacity study, power distribution system drawings or other distribution system documentation may show the short circuit capacity at various points. If this data is not available, contact your CutlerHammer sales representative or distributor for help on estimating or calculating short circuit current capacity.

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Input Line Considerations


Typical Current per NEC in Amps. Hp 2 3 5
230V [460V]

Recommended Minimum Wire Size (AWG and MCM) To Prevent Excessive Voltage Drop (For Various Wire Run Distances in Feet). 230V [460V] 300 Ft. 14 [14] 14 [14] 12 [14] 500 Ft. 12 [14] 12 [14] 10 [12] 700 Ft. 12 [14] 10 [14] 8 [12] 1,000 Ft. 10 [14] 8 [12] 6 [10] 1,500 Ft. 8 [12] 6 [10] 6 [8] 2,000 Ft. 6 [10] 4 [8] 4 [6]

6.8 [3.4] 9.6 [4.8] 15.2 [7.6]

7.5 10

22 [11] 28 [14]

10 [14] 8 [12]

8 [12] 8 [10]

6 [10] 6 [8]

6 [8] 4 [6]

4 [6] 2 [6]

2 [4] 1 [4]

15 20 25

42 [21] 54 [27] 68 [34]

8 [10] 6 [8] 6 [8]

6 [8] 4 [8] 4 [8]

4 [6] 4 [6] 4 [6]

2 [6] 1 [4] 1 [4]

1/0 [4] 2/0 [2] 2/0 [2]

2/0 [2] 4/0 [1] 4/0 [1]

Note 1: Make sure that the wireway conforms with the applicable electrical codes and is designed to support the wire size indicated in this table. Note 2: Refer to Input and Output Considerations for terminal block limitations.

Recommended Minimum Input Line and Output Power Wire Size Table 2-1

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Input Line Considerations


Harmonic Distortion
As stated in the discussion on Input Line Impedance, source impedance can affect the harmonic content of the input line current. As source impedance increases, line current harmonic content decreases. The relationship between input line impedance and harmonic voltage distortion is just the opposite of the relationship between impedance and current distortion. As source impedance increases, so does harmonic voltage distortion. For example, if the source impedance (expressed as a percent of the effective impedance of the drive) is 1%, you will cause less than 5% harmonic voltage distortion when you connect a single AF93/IS903 to an undistorted power source. If the source impedance increases to 5%, the resulting harmonic distortion is less than 10%. Contact your Cutler-Hammer sales representative or distributor for assistance in estimating harmonic distortion in multiple drive installations. They can also provide assistance in selecting a means of harmonic reduction such as line reactors.

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Input Line Considerations


Input Line Routing
For 7.5 to 25 Hp AF93/IS903: If you use conduit - Use a separate conduit for input line conductors and output power conductors. Never route analog and digital wiring from any equipment in the same conduit as input or output power wiring. If you use cable trays - Use a separate cable tray for input line conductors and output line conductors. Never route analog and digital wiring from any equipment in the same cable tray as input or output power wiring. For 2 to 5 Hp AF93/IS903: If you use conduit, use separate conduit for input and output power and AF93/IS903 control wiring, up to the AF93/IS903 drive. At the drive use a T-coupling to combine the input power and output power wiring and attach to conduit entry point. L2, and L3 must pass through the CT when you are installing the input lines (See 5 and 10 Hp connection drawings): 1. Remove the foam packing. 2. Pass L1, L2, and L3 through the knockout and current transformer and then connect them to terminals L1, L2, and L3, respectively. 3. DO NOT pass any ground lines through the current transformer. 4. The current transformer is connected to the logic board at the factory.

AF93/IS903 Circuit Breaker


This option is used as a mechanical means of disconnecting output power to the motor. AF93/IS903 circuit breakers must not be used in place of branch circuit overload protection.

Isolation Transformers
Isolation transformers can be used with AF93/IS903 Adjustable Frequency Drives. Remember that the input line impedance must be at least 1% and not over 5% with the drive running. See the previous discussion on Input Line Impedance.

Multiple Conductor Wiring


If multiconductor wiring is used, a separate multiconductor cable must be used for the input line wiring for each drive.

Line Fuses
Line fuses are intended to remove input line voltage from the drive in the event of internal component and drive failure. Line fuses must not be used in place of branch circuit overload protection.

Power Factor Correction


The displacement power factor at the input terminals of an AF93/IS903 drive is approximately 0.95 at all operating speeds and loads. Therefore, power factor correction capacitors are not required and should not be installed. If capacitors for correcting the power factor of other equipment are installed too close to the drive, there may be an undesirable interaction between the capacitors and the drive.

CT (Current Transformer)
On 2 Hp, 3 Hp, and 5 Hp units manufactured prior to May 2, 1996 and 7.5 and 10 Hp units manufactured prior to July 1, 1996, a CT was supplied internal to the drive for ground fault protection. On units manufactured after these dates, the ground fault protection is built into the transistor module. If your drive contains a CT to provide ground fault protection, input lines L1,

Standby Power Generation


Three phase standby power generators can be used with AF93/IS903 Adjustable Frequency Drives as long as the input line impedance is within the 1% to 5% range.

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Output Power Considerations


To comply with local and nationally recognized codes, such as the NEC, you must consider proper output power wiring when you plan your Adjustable Frequency Drive installation. Note: Make sure you use the most recent version of the codes when you install your AF93/IS903 drive.

Output Power Conductor Routing


For 7.5 to 25 Hp AF93/IS903: If you use conduit - Use a separate conduit for input line conductors and output power conductors. Never route analog and digital wiring from any equipment in the same conduit as input or output power wiring. If you use cable trays - Use a separate cable tray for input line conductors and output line conductors. Never route analog and digital wiring from any equipment in the same cable tray as input or output power wiring. For 2 to 5 Hp AF93/IS903: If you use conduit, use separate conduit for input and output power and AF93/IS903 control wiring, up to the AF93/IS903 drive. At the drive use a T-coupling to combine the input power and output power wiring and attach to conduit entry point.

Output Power Conductor and Ground Conductor Sizing


Use a combination of the following guidelines to choose the correct output line conductors and proper branch circuit overload protection: Note: Select the output power conductor size in accordance with applicable code requirements. The output power conductors must be rated for the output voltage and current stated on the nameplate of the drive. For runs over 300 feet, consider the recommended minimum wire size listed in Table 2-1. In addition, consider the wire size capacity of the output line terminals: 2 to 10 Hp Maximum wire size is #10 AWG 15 to 25 Hp Maximum wire size is #4 AWG The input line conductors must be made of copper with a temperature rating of at least 167F (75C). The power terminal tightening torque range is 16-18 in. lbs. on terminals L1, L2, L3, T1, T2, T3, and the ground lugs. The AF93/IS903 chassis ground conductor should be the same size as the output line conductors or sized according to electrical code requirements. Use a copper or aluminum conductor. Connection to a grounded conduit does not provide an adequate equipment ground. Make sure that all operators control stations and motor frames are adequately grounded.

Overcurrent Protection
AF93/IS903 Adjustable Frequency Drives are designed to automatically provide overcurrent protection for the output power circuit only if one motor is connected to the drive and sized to match the drive. If more than one motor is connected to the drive, each motor must have its own overcurrent protection. In addition, the combined input current rating on the nameplate of each motor must not exceed the output current rating of the drive.

Power Factor Correction


Power factor correction capacitors must never be connected to the output of the drive. They may damage the drive and would not serve any useful purpose.

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Analog and Digital Signal Considerations


To comply with the design of the drive and local and nationally recognized codes, consider proper analog and digital signal wiring when you plan your Adjustable Frequency Drive installation. Note: Make sure you use the most recent version of the codes when you install your AF93/IS903 drive. The analog and digital signal conductors must be made of copper with a temperature rating of at least 167F (75C).

Analog and Digital Conductor Routing


For 7.5 to 25 Hp AF93/IS903: If you use conduit: Never route analog and digital wiring from any equipment in the same conduit as input or output power wiring. Do not run AF93/IS903 Adjustable Frequency Drive analog and digital signal conductors in the same conduit that has control wiring for other equipment. For 2 to 5 Hp AF93/IS903: If you use conduit, use separate conduit for input and output power and AF93/IS903 control wiring, up to the AF93/IS903 drive. At the drive use a T-coupling to combine the input power and output power wiring and attach to conduit entry point. If you use cable trays: Never route analog and digital wiring from any equipment in the same cable tray as input or output power wiring. Separate analog and digital wiring for your AF93/IS903 drive from other control equipment wiring using a metal tray divider or keeping the conductors at least 2 inches apart. Trays containing analog and digital wiring should be separated from trays containing low voltage (up to 30 volts) power wiring by at least 9 inches. Trays containing analog and digital wiring should be separated from trays containing medium voltage (between 30 and 150 volts) power wiring by at least 18 inches.

External Fault Signal


Some configurations, such as an optional overload interlock relay, provide an external fault signal to the drive so the drive will not start if the relay has tripped and has not been reset. If this or other option that requires an external fault signal is installed by the factory, the signal is factory wired. See the connection diagrams in the Drawings section of this manual for details.

Analog and Digital Signal Wiring


18 AWG wire size is recommended. Minimum wire size is 20 AWG. Maximum wire size is 16 AWG. One conductor per terminal for 16 AWG conductors. Two conductors per terminal at 18 AWG. Three conductors per terminal at 20 AWG. Maximum length is 500 feet; call your CutlerHammer sales representative or distributor for longer runs. Use shielded cable for the analog signal conductors where indicated on the terminal block connection diagram. Typically, shielding is required for all analog input and output runs. All digital signal runs over 75 feet long should be shielded. Only ground the shield conductor of shielded cable at the terminal block of the drive for input signals only. Output signals should not be grounded at the drive end of the cable but should be grounded at the device.

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Installation Check List


To help assure a safe and reliable drive installation, make sure that the following tasks have been properly completed. You can find complete information on the task by referring to the Section(s) listed in the right column:

Installation Tasks

Page
2-3 2-4 2-5 2-6 to 2-7 2-8 to 2-12 2-13 2-14

Pre-Installation Handling of Drive After Delivery Where to Locate Drive Application Considerations Input Line Considerations Output Power Considerations Analog and Digital Signal Considerations

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INSTALLATION

Warning

To avoid an electrical shock, which can cause serious personal injury or death, make sure branch circuit AC power is disconnected before you rough-in and connect the wiring.

Installation Tasks

Page

Rough-In Enclosures Install options, if necessary, using the instructions packed with each option. Mount enclosures, in location selected, when job site is clear of heavy and overhead construction. Use mounting dimensions shown in the applicable enclosure illustration. AF93/IS903 Options Manual 2-5

2-22 to 2-24

Rough-In Wiring Refer to the pre-installation section and gather wiring and materials necessary to install input line, output power, and terminal block wiring. Route all wiring through conduit or cable trays as described. 2-12 to 2-14

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Installation Check List


INSTALLATION

Caution

AF93/IS903 Adjustable Frequency Drives contain components and sub-assemblies that are sensitive to electrostatic discharge. Static control precautions are required when installing, testing, servicing, or repairing your Adjustable Frequency Drive. Component damage may result if you ignore electrostatic discharge control procedures.

Installation Tasks

Page

Connect Wiring Connect input line and output power conductors to locations shown in applicable connection diagram. Connect input and output ground conductors to the chassis where shown on the applicable connection diagram. Connect the analog and digital signal wiring to locations shown on the applicable connection diagram. Connect all shielded cables to terminal block ground terminals where shown on the applicable connection diagram. Ground the cable at the drive end for inputs only. Check all wiring connections against all connection diagrams shown at the end of this section, and those that came packed with the drive. 2-29 and 2-30

2-29 and 2-30

2-29 to 2-32

2-31 and 2-32

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Installation Check List


INSTALLATION

Warning

To avoid an electrical shock , which can cause serious personal injury or death, make sure AC power is disconnected from drive before you connect the output power to the motor.

Caution

Read and heed all danger, warning, and caution statements contained in the motor manual and attached to the equipment. Refer to OSHA rules and regulations, paragraph 1910.219 for guards on mechanical power transmission apparatus.

Installation Tasks

Install Motor and Related Equipment Mount motor and related equipment according to manufacturers instructions. Care should be taken to assure that the motor is properly aligned with the driven machinery to minimize motor loading. Connect output wiring to motor according to the motor manufacturers instructions. Make sure all phases are properly connected and the motor frame is grounded. Then connect the motor, applying the proper voltage, according to the diagram provided on the motor nameplate. Check wiring connections to the motor.

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INSTALLATION

Installation Tasks

Initial Startup 1. Before applying power to the drive, perform a safety check to assure the motor can rotate freely and that all necessary guards and shields are in place. 2. Apply AC power to the drive. If the required jumpers or customer control circuitry is connected between terminals 7 and 8, and terminals 7 and 15 (see Figures 2-8 and 2-9), the drive is ready to operate as shipped using the keypad operator controls. 3. Use the operator keypad to enter the motor nameplate parameters. Follow the instructions for entering parameters in the Using Your Keypad and Using the Parameters sections. If the motor is designed for a non-standard voltage or frequency, or if there are other unusual operating requirements, we recommend that you contact the Cutler-Hammer Solid State Motor Control Service Department for startup assistance. 4. Set a low operating speed. 5. If Reverse indicator is illuminated, press F/R button, Forward indicator will light. 6. Press the Start button. Check to see that the motor is rotating in the correct direction. Be prepared to stop the drive if the direction of rotation is not correct. If the direction is not correct, reverse the connection of any two motor leads. 7. Check operation throughout the normal operating speed range. 8. If you observe abnormal operation, refer to the Troubleshooting section of this Instruction Manual. 9. Check operation with external control circuitry.

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INSTALLATION

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Drawings

This part of the Installation section of this Instruction Manual presents the following series of drawings: Outline dimensions and options for mounting each chassis. Component identification drawings. Connection diagrams.

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Drawings
INSTALLATION

4" Ventilation Space Required

.207" (5.25 mm) 1 (Two Places) 5.157" [131.00 mm]

.28" [7.00 mm]

7.875" [200.02 mm]

8.3" [210.50 mm]

5.6" [142.00 mm]


Note: 0 inch clearance required between left and right sides and abutting surfaces when units are mounted horizontally in a row. If multiple rows will be stacked, 6 inches clearance is required between the sides - see Fig. 2-4.

.217" [5.50 mm] (Two Places) Airflow 6.5" [165.00]


4" Ventilation Space Required

1 Mounting hardware M5 or 8-32 UNC fasteners Recommended mounting torques: Wood Screw - 20 in. lbs. ( 5 in. lbs.) Machine Screw - 15 in. lbs. ( 2 in. lbs.) Molly Bolt - 15 in. lbs. ( 2 in. lbs.) 2 Mount to flat, vertical surface (wall) for proper cooling 3 Approximate weight is 5 lbs.
AF93-5DIMEN

Mounting Dimensions for 2, 3, and 5 hp Frame Size Figure 2-1

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Drawings
INSTALLATION

4" Ventilation Space Required


.281" [7.14 mm] 1 (Two Places)
5.957" [151.30 mm]

.394" [10.00 mm]

10.016" [254.41 mm]

10.595" [269.11 mm]

6.535" [166.00 mm] Note: 0 inch clearance required between left and right sides and abutting surfaces when units are mounted horizontally in a row. If multiple rows will be stacked, 6 inches clearance is required between the sides - see Fig. 2-4.

.281" [7.14 mm] (Two Places)

Airflow

6.89" [175.00 mm] 6" Ventilation Space Required

1 Mounting hardware M6 or 1/4-20 UNC fasteners Recommended mounting torques: Wood Screw - 20 in. lbs. ( 5 in. lbs.) Machine Screw - 15 in. lbs. ( 2 in. lbs.) Molly Bolt - 15 in. lbs. ( 2 in. lbs.) 2 Mount to flat, vertical surface (wall) for proper cooling 3 Approximate weight is 9 lbs.
AF93-10DIMEN

Mounting Dimensions for 7.5 and 10 hp Frame Size Figure 2-2

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Drawings
INSTALLATION
4" Ventilation Space Required

1 7.25" [184.15 mm] 7.42" [188.61 mm]

2 15.50" [393.00 mm] 16.50" [419.1 mm]

8.40" [213.36 mm]

.25" [6.35 mm] (Two Places)

Airflow

6" Ventilation Space Required

1 Mounting hardware M5 or 10-32 UNF or 10-24 UNC fasteners Recommended mounting torques: Wood Screw - 20 in. lbs. ( 5 in. lbs.) Machine Screw - 15 in. lbs. ( 2 in. lbs.) Molly Bolt - 15 in. lbs. ( 2 in. lbs.) Fan Fan 2 Mount to flat, vertical surface (wall) for proper cooling 3 Approximate weight is 20 lbs.
AF93-20DIMEN

Mounting Dimensions for 15, 20 and 25 hp Frame Size Figure 2-3

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Drawings
INSTALLATION

OPTION 1

Note: Multiple units can be staggered to provide adequate ventilation. 6" Ventilation Space Required

Air Flow
6" Ventilation Space Required

Air Flow

OPTION 2

Note: Install baffle at approx. 45 when mounting units in vertical alignment.

Baffle 45

8" or 10" Ventilation Space Required (Depending on Frame Size - See Figs. 2-1 to 2-3)

Baffle 45

Air Flow

Air Flow

AF93-MOUNT

Mounting Options for Adequate Ventilation Figure 2-4

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Drawings
INSTALLATION
Keypad
cro S ll C ha ng e in ett S gs

TU E S P

K ey pa R em ote d

O R E P A TE
R ev Fo rw ard
N U R

C LE E S T
P U O D W N S TO P

ers e
F/R S T R TA

LT U FA

Cover

Capacitor Assembly

Drive Platform (Not Field Serviceable)

Fan
ETN-93-5HP

Component Identification for 2, 3, and 5 hp Frame Size Figure 2-5

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Drawings
INSTALLATION
Keypad
cro S ll C ha ng e in ett S gs

TU E S P

K ey pa R em ote d

O R E P A TE
R ev Fo rw ard
N U R

C LE E S T
P U O D W N S TO P

ers e
F/R S T R TA

LT U FA

Cover

Capacitor Assembly

Drive Platform (Not Field Serviceable)

Fan
ETN-93-10HP

Component Identification for 7.5 and 10 hp Frame Size Figure 2-6

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Drawings
INSTALLATION

Rear Cover

Cover Heat Sink

Fan

Sc

roll an ge Se

SE

Ch

TU

RU

N UL

tting

s Fo rw ard rse
F/R

FA

OP
Ke Re yp ad te

ER

AT

Re

ve

mo

SE

LE

UP

CT
DO WN ST AR T

ST

OP

Keypad

Conduit Holes Front Panel


ETN-93-20HP

Component Identification for 15, 20, and 25 hp Frame Size Figure 2-7

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Drawings
INSTALLATION
To Logic Board Factory Wired

POT_WPR

FWD/REV

DIGCOM

ACC2/JOG

FLTCOM

POT_HI

AOUT1

AOUT2

START

EXTFLT

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

Optional Dynamic Brake Module

See Note 1
DB1 +BUS L1 L2 L3 T1

See Note 2
T2 T3

Current Transformer (see Input Line Considerations in Pre-Installation instructions)


L

L 115V, 1, 60Hz

Service Entrance L1 L2 L3 Service GND Customer Supplied Fused Disconnect or Circuit Breaker Panel
Note 1 : Customer supplied jumpers (7 and 8, 7 and 15) are required for running drive in KEYPAD mode. See table 2-2 on page 2-37. Note 2 : Power terminal tightening torque range is 16-18 in. lbs. on terminals L1, L2, L3, T1, T2, T3, and ground lugs.

Connection Drawing for 2, 3, and 5 hp Frame Size Figure 2-8

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FLTNO
Motor GND T3 T2 T1 NEMA-B Motor Wiring Box
AF93-5HpConn

PRST1

PRST2

PRST3

FLTNC

RLY1A

RLY1B RLY2A

RLY2B

ILOOP

AGND

STOP

Drawings
INSTALLATION
To Logic Board Factory Wired

POT_WPR

FWD/REV

DIGCOM

ACC2/JOG

FLTCOM
T3

POT_HI

AOUT1

AOUT2

START

EXTFLT

Optional Dynamic Brake Module

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

See Note 1
DB1 +BUS INDBR+ L1 L2 L3

See Note 2
T1 T2

See Note 3

115V, 1, 60Hz L

Current Transformer (see Input Line Considerations in Pre-Installation instructions)

FLTNO Motor GND T3 T2 T1 NEMA-B Motor Wiring Box


AF93-10HpConn

PRST1

PRST2

PRST3

Service Entrance L1 L2 L3 Service GND Customer Supplied Fused Disconnect or Circuit Breaker Panel

Note 1 : Customer supplied jumpers (7 and 8, 7 and 15) are required for running drive in KEYPAD mode. See table 2-2 on page 2-37. Note 2 : Power terminal tightening torque range is 16-18 in. lbs. on terminals L1, L2, L3, T1, T2, T3, and ground lugs. Note 3 : Do not remove jumper.

Connection Drawing for 7.5 (240 volt), 10, 15, 20, and 25 hp Frame Size Figure 2-9

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FLTNC

RLY1A

RLY1B RLY2A

RLY2B

ILOOP

AGND

STOP

Drawings
INSTALLATION
To Logic Board Factory Wired

POT_WPR

FWD/REV

DIGCOM

ACC2/JOG

FLTCOM

POT_HI

AOUT1

AOUT2

START

EXTFLT

Optional Dynamic Brake Module

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

See Note 1
DB1 +BUS L1 L2 L3 T1

See Note 2
T2 T3

115V, 1, 60Hz L

Current Transformer (see Input Line Considerations in Pre-Installation instructions)

FLTNO Motor GND T3 T2 T1 NEMA-B Motor Wiring Box


AF93-7.5HpConn

PRST1

PRST2

PRST3

Service Entrance L1 L2 L3 Service GND Customer Supplied Fused Disconnect or Circuit Breaker Panel

Note 1 : Customer supplied jumpers (7 and 8, 7 and 15) are required for running drive in KEYPAD mode. See table 2-2 on page 2-37. Note 2 : Power terminal tightening torque range is 16-18 in. lbs. on terminals L1, L2, L3, T1, T2, T3, and ground lugs.

Connection Drawing for 7.5, 480 volt Frame Size Figure 2-10

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FLTNC

RLY1A

RLY1B RLY2A

RLY2B

ILOOP

AGND

STOP

Drawings
INSTALLATION
See Note 3

ACC2/JOG

POT WPR

FWD/REV

DIGCOM

FLTCOM
21

EXTFLT

POT HI

AOUT1

AOUT2

START

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

Chassis Gound Screw See Note 3

Analog Signal Input-(4-20 mA) )+( )(

Digital Preset Speed Inputs

Set one of relay output

Analog Signal Output to Ground (0-10 V)

FWD

Note 1: To operate drive in KEYPAD mode, a jumper must be installed between terminal 7 and terminal 8. See table 2-2 on page 2-37. Note 2: To operate drive in KEYPAD mode, a jumper or customer permissive circuit must be installed between terminal 7 and terminal 15. See table 2-2 on page 2-37.

Note 3: Terminate the shield for ILOOP at the transducer end, not at the drive. Terminate the shield for speed pot and analog outputs at the AF93/IS903 chassis ground terminals located below the power terminal block.

ACCEL2/JOG

Input/Output Terminal Block Connections for 3-Wire Start/Stop Control Figure 2-11

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Form C contacts for customer use


AF93-I/O Conn

Speed Pot

START

See Note 2

STOP

REV

Set two of relay output

CH 1

CH 2

See Note 1

22

FLTNO

PRST1

PRST2

PRST3

FLTNC

RLY1A

RLY1B

RLY2A

RLY2B

ILOOP

AGND

STOP

Drawings
INSTALLATION
See Note 3

ACC2/JOG

POT WPR

FWD/REV

DIGCOM

FLTCOM
21

EXTFLT

POT HI

AOUT1

AOUT2

START

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

Chassis Gound Screw See Note 3

Analog Signal Input-(4-20 mA) )+( )(

Set one of relay output programmed as "RUN"

Digital Preset Speed Inputs

Analog Signal Output to Ground (0-10 V)

START

FWD

Note 1: To operate drive in KEYPAD mode, a jumper must be installed between terminal 7 and terminal 8. See table 2-2 on page 2-37. Note 2: To operate drive in KEYPAD mode, a jumper or customer permissive circuit must be installed between terminal 7 and terminal 15. See table 2-2 on page 2-37.

ACCEL2/JOG

Note 3: Terminate the shield for ILOOP at the transducer end, not at the drive. Terminate the shield for speed pot and analog outputs at the AF93/IS903 chassis ground terminals located below the power terminal block.

Form C contacts for customer use


AF93-I/O Conn2

See Note 1

Input/Output Terminal Block Connections for 2-Wire Start/Stop Control Figure 2-12

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See Note 2

STOP

REV

Set two of relay output programmed as "KEYPAD"

CH 1

Speed Pot

CH 2

22

FLTNO

PRST1

PRST2

PRST3

FLTNC

RLY1A

RLY1B

RLY2A

RLY2B

ILOOP

AGND

STOP

Specifications

This part of the Installation section of this Instruction Manual provides the following specifications: Nameplate Identification General Specifications

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Specifications
INSTALLATION

Nameplate Identification
Adjustable Frequency AC Drive
Cat No: Input: Output:
2 5 1 3 6 4 7 9 14

Caution

V V

3PH 3PH
8

HZ HZ

A RMS A RMS C

150% Load Rating for 1 Minute Nominal HP:


10

Max Ambient Volts

11 12

Enclosure Type:

Grounding Required
13

The equipment warranty covers only the original nameplate rating. If the equipment is applied contrary to the nameplate rating, or if unauthorized equipment modifications are made, the warranty becomes invalid.

Cutler Hammer Corporation Solid State Motor Control Oldsmar, Florida USA 34677

ETN-AF93NAME

Legend:
1. Cat. No: - AF93/IS903 drives are available in various models with different ratings, specifications and features as required for different applications. Figure 2-11 summarizes the information coded into the catalog number. Input V 3PH: - Rated input line voltage; 3 phase. Hz: - Rated input line frequency. A RMS: - Rated input line current. Output V 3PH: - Rated output line voltage; 3 phase. Hz: - Rated output line frequency. A RMS: - Rated output line current. 150% or 110% Load Rating for 1 Minute - This statement refers to the fact that the drive is rated to run for either one minute at 150% or one minute at 110% of its output current rating (see item7). 14. Independent Testing Laboratory Logo: - Only certified or listed products are marked with a testing laboratory logo. 11. Volts: - The voltage limitation used when the Nominal HP is measured (see item 10). 12. Enclosure Type: - The specific type of enclosure provided by the factory (see catalog for complete listing). 13. Bar Code: - All of the ordering and drive specific information is encoded at the factory. 9. Max. Ambient: - Maximum allowable ambient temperature for continuous operation at rated operating conditions.

10. Nominal HP: - Maximum brake horsepower load subject to the output voltage limitation (see item 11).

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Typical AF93/IS903 Nameplate Figure 2-13

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Specifications
INSTALLATION

General Specifications
!

Caution

Drive insensitive to line phase sequence. Suitable for use on a circuit capable of delivering not more than 65K RMS symmetrical amperes, 480 volts maximum.

It is your responsibility to check your installation to make sure it meets the conditions stated in these specifications before you install your Adjustable Frequency Drive. Operation of the drive outside of these specifications will void your warranty.

Input Line Transients


Drive protected and operational for line transients to ANSI C62.41 (formerly IEEE 587) and IEC 801. Drive protected (but may trip) for severe or prolonged transients per IEEE 446.

Frequency Range
1.7 to 180 Hz You must make certain that the motor and associated equipment are capable of operating safely, and that protective guards are in place, before you operate your drive above 60 Hz.

Operator Interface
The AF93/IS903 operator interface consists of: An LCD display (two rows of 16 characters per row) and keypad. Operator can display operating conditions, parameter settings, or English language diagnostic messages on the LCD. Operator can change the settings of a predefined list of parameters. Operator can issue Start, Stop, Forward, and Reverse commands and change speeds using the keypad. Keypad can also be set for remote Start and speed change.

Input Line Conditions


Three phase 240 VAC, three phase 480 VAC, or single phase 240 VAC (10 %). Input line impedance - 1% to 5%. You must purchase a 1% input line reactor if you calculate or measure input line impedance less than 1%. Line Distortion - The harmonic voltage distortion of the input power line should be limited to 10% or less including distortion caused by the drive(s). (See IEEE Standard 519.) Input phase voltage unbalance less than 3% (per IEEE Standard 446). Single phase input protection - drive will safely run on single phase until input current rating of the drive is exceeded. The output current rating must be derated by 50% for all drives except the 2 Hp, 240 VAC unit (AF93AG0B002D) when single phase 240 V power is supplied. The 2 Hp, 240 VAC unit is fully rated for single phase or three phase application.

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Specifications
INSTALLATION Terminal Block
The AF93/IS903 terminal block description is summarized in table 2-2 below:
Terminal
1

Name
LOOP

Terminal Description
Analog input speed reference from a 4-20mA current loop. Zin250. If SPEED FOLLOWER, PI REGULATOR, or ANALOG LOAD LIM (parameter 21) is enabled: Then if Iloop<1 mA, this input is ignored and speed reference is taken from terminal 3; If Iloop>1 mA, terminal 3 is ignored and speed reference is taken from this input. Active in REMOTE mode only. Analog signal common and shield tie point. 0-10V Analog input speed command. May be attached to the wiper of a potentiometer or the output of a remote control circuit. Zin > 100 k. Active if SPEED FOLLOWER, PI REGULATOR, or ANALOG LOAD LIM (parameter 23) is enabled. Analog input reference for external potentiometer. Requires a remote potentiometer of 1 k or greater. Programmable analog output 1. 0-10V signal represents 0 to full scale of the selected parameter. Programmable analog output 2. 0-10V signal represents 0 to full scale of the selected parameter. Digital Input Common. This is local digital ground. Digital Input Stop/Run Enable Command. Must be LO (or connected to terminal 7) for drive to start or run; acts as a Run Enable. Momentary HI (or opening) stops the drive. Active in both KEYPAD and REMOTE modes. To run the drive in KEYPAD mode, a customer supplied jumper must be placed between terminals 7 and 8, and terminals 7 and 15. Attempting to start in KEYPAD mode without the jumper installation will yield a RUN DISABLED message. If drive is in AUTO RESTART mode, LOHI (closed-open) transition exits the auto restart sequence and enters STOP mode without asserting a fault. If drive is in FAULT mode, LO- HI (closed-open) transition resets the fault and stops the drive. Digital Start Input. In 3-wire control, a momentary contact between terminals 9 and 7 sends a RUN command to the drive. In 2-wire control, a jumper is installed between terminals 9 and 7. Active when REMOTE mode is enabled. If drive is in AUTO RESTART mode, START is ignored. If drive is in FAULT mode, HI-LO (open-closed) transition while Run Enable is true resets the fault and starts the drive. Digital Fwd/Rev Input. HI (open) = Forward (clockwise rotation viewed from the motor shaft end); LO (closed to terminal 7) = Reverse (counter-clockwise rotation viewed from the motor shaft end). Active when REMOTE mode is enabled. Digital Accel/Decel2 Input / Jog Input. LO (closed to terminal 7) and RUN enable present (terminal 7 closed to terminal 8) selects second set of Accel/Decel presets in ACCEL2 mode; LO (closed to terminal 7) and RUN enable is present causes a jog motion in JOG mode. Active when REMOTE mode is selected. Digital Preset Speed Input 1. Least Significant Bit (LSB) of a 3-bit binary coded speed preset select. HI (open) = 0 (OFF), LO (closed to terminal 7) =1 (ON). Active when REMOTE mode is selected. Digital Preset Speed Input 2. Binary number selects one of seven internal presets entered from the setup menu. Code 0 (all inputs HI (open), OFF)) directs speed pot. or 4-20 mA current loop speed setting as command input. Active when REMOTE mode is selected. Digital Preset Speed Input 3. MSB of a 3-bit binary coded speed preset select. Active when REMOTE mode is selected. Digital External Fault Trip Input. HI (opened to terminal 7) triggers an External Fault event and places the drive in FAULT mode, shutting it down. To run the drive in KEYPAD mode, customer supplied jumpers must be placed between terminals 7 and 8 and terminals 7 and 15. Always active in both KEYPAD and REMOTE modes. Drive will coast to a stop. Programmable Relay 1 NO contact Programmable Relay 1 NO contact Programmable Relay 2 NO contact Programmable Relay 2 NO contact Fault Relay NC contact Fault Relay Common Fault Relay NO contact

2 3 4 5 6 7 8

AGND POT WPR POT HI AOUT1 AOUT2 DIGCOM STOP

START

10

FWD/REV

11

ACC2/JOG

12

PRST1

13

PRST2

14 15

PRST3 EXTFLT

16 17 18 19 20 21 22

RLY1A RLY1B RLY2A RLY2B FLTNC FLTCOM FLTNO

AF93/IS903 Terminal Block Descriptions Table 2-2

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Specifications
INSTALLATION Digital Inputs
Dry contact closure. Protected from steady state overload of up to +25V/-5VDC. No isolation from internal logic supply is provided.

Operating Environment
Ambient Operating Conditions NEMA 1: 32 to 122F (0 to 50C). NEMA 4/12: 32 to 104F (0 to 40C). Less than or equal to 95% humidity (noncondensing and non-corrosive). Cooling Air The cooling air must be free of conductive dust, oil mist and condensation. If the cooling air contains dust and oil, clean the heat sink surface of the unit regularly. If it is not cleaned, the unit will not be able to dissipate as much heat. The AF93/IS903 drive includes over-temperature protection, which will cause a fault and stop the drive. Storage Conditions -4 to 158F (-20 to 70C). Less than or equal to 95% humidity (non-condensing and noncorrosive).

Digital Outputs
Two relay contact closure outputs are provided. The contacts are rated at 125 VAC, 1 amp resistive load (24 VDC, 1 amp).

Analog Inputs
0-10 VDC or 4-20 mA DC current loop. Input impedance greater than 100 k for voltage inputs; less than or equal to 250 for current loop input. Protected from steady state overload of up to +25 V / -5 VDC. No isolation from internal logic supply is provided.

Analog Outputs
0-10 VDC. Output impedance less than 50 . Protected from externally applied steady state overload of up to +25 V / -5 VDC. No isolation from internal logic supply is provided. Output scaling is set from 0 to 10V, with no offset. If set to speed, 0 V = 0 rpm / 10 V = Max Speed. Minimum load impedance should be 1000 ; 10,000 is recommended.

Analog and Digital Input and Output Signal Transient Protection


Inputs and outputs protected to IEC 801 transients.

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Specifications
INSTALLATION
Heat Dissipation Dissipation Into Heatsink(2) Drive Hp (240 VAC) 3 5 7.5 10 Drive Hp (480 VAC) 3 5 7.5 10 15 20 25 Rated I(1) 9.6 Amps 15.2 Amps 22.0 Amps 28.0 Amps Rated I(1) 4.8 Amps 7.6 Amps 11.0 Amps 14.0 Amps 21.0 Amps 27.0 Amps 34.0 Amps At Rated Current 84 Watts 124 Watts 184 Watts 231 Watts At Rated Current 90 Watts 122 Watts 165 Watts 209 Watts 320 Watts 424 Watts 550 Watts At Half Rated Current 40 Watts 58 Watts 85 Watts 106 Watts At Half Rated Current 55 Watts 69 Watts 91 Watts 110 Watts 159 Watts 210 Watts 270 Watts

Notes: (1) UL Values, (2) Includes inverter, rectifier, and solid-state SCR

Hazardous Environment Must not be subject to explosive atmosphere or Hazardous (Classified) Location per National Electrical Code Article 500. Corrosive Environment Must not be exposed to corrosive atmosphere, such as H2S. Solvent Withstand Keypad will withstand common industrial solvents, such as alcohols and acids, per ASTM-896.

EMI Susceptibility
Drive complies with IEC 801 (Performance Criteria 1) without fault or disturbance.

Agency Standards
In addition to standards previously listed, AF93/IS903 drives comply with the following agency standards: UL - Standard 508C and 840 cUL NEMA - ICS 3.1 IEC - 22G

Shock and Vibration


Drive will withstand shock and vibration encountered during shipping, installation and operation per ASTM D999 and MIL-STD 202E.

EMI Radiation
Drive complies with FCC part 15B of federal regulation #47 as a class A digital device when operated in a specially designed optional enclosure.

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Specifications
INSTALLATION
Legend
Enclosure Style G - NEMA 1 J - NEMA 12 Voltage B - 200-240 V; 50/60 Hz C - 380-480 V, 50/60 Hz

*Horsepower (Examples)
005 - 5 Horsepower Application Rating D - Dual Rated V - Variable Torque

AF93/IS903 AG0C 005D ABCD


A B C D E F G H

Catalog Number Codes


A - Base Catalog Number B - Series C - Enclosure D - Special EFGHVoltage

*Horsepower
Application Rating Modification Codes (See AF93/IS903 Catalog)

* Horsepower must be derated by 0.5 if single phase input power is used with 240 VAC units.

Catalog Number Decoding for Drives Operating on 3-Phase Input Power Figure 2-14

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SECTION 3

Using Your Keypad


About This Section
This section of your Instruction Manual identifies each keypad indicator and button and describes their function. After you review this section you will understand how to: Select which parameters will be displayed on your keypad LCD display. Change the settings of selected parameters using the keypad. Issue selected commands from the keypad.

Caution
Make sure you read, understand and follow all of the Safety Statements in the Safety section of this guide and all of the operation instructions in this manual before you operate your Adjustable Frequency Drive.

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About Your Keypad


SECTION 3
The function for each keypad button and indicator is described on this page. The sections listed in italics have the detailed procedures for using the features of your keypad. The item numbers in parenthesis refer to the illustration of the keypad on the next page. Run Indicator (item 1) - This green indicator is on steady while running, accelerating, or decelerating due to a speed reference change. This indicator is flashing while the drive is searching for the motor speed during Start Into Spinning Motor, while waiting to accelerate during flux build-up of the motor, during deceleration due to a Stop command, while waiting to auto-restart during power-up or after a trip, and while DC braking. This applies whether the motor is running as a result of a Start or Jog command. Fault Indicator (item 2) - This red indicator is lit (and the Run indicator goes out) if your drive is in the FAULT mode. See the Troubleshooting Your Drive section of this manual for the procedure on listing fault messages on your keypad display. Forward Indicator (item 3) - This yellow indicator is on steady when the drive is operating in a forward direction or a Forward command is present and the drive is stopped. This indicator is flashing when a Forward command is present and the drive is operating in a reverse direction. Reverse Indicator (item 4) - This yellow indicator is on steady when the drive is operating in a reverse direction or a Reverse command is present and the drive is stopped. This indicator is flashing when a Reverse command is present and the drive is operating in a forward direction. F/R (Forward/Reverse Button) (item 5) - Use this button to toggle between Forward and Reverse. This operation can be disabled via a software parameter (see Section 4, Using the Parameters, for more information). Start Button (item 6) - Use this button to set the drive in the RUN mode and start the drive ramp to the current speed setting. Pressing this button in the FAULT mode clears the fault condition and immediately restarts the drive to ramp to the set speed. Stop Button (item 7) - Use this button to set the drive in the STOP mode and start the ramp to zero speed (unless the Stop Profile parameter is set to coast, in which case the motor will coast to a stop). Stop Button, continued: Pressing this button in the FAULT mode clears the fault condition and leaves the drive in the READY mode, but does not restart the drive. If the drive is in the REMOTE mode, pressing this button stops the drive at the specified deceleration rate. To restart the drive, you must cycle the external start contact with the stop contact closed (3-wire control), or cycle the stop contact with the start contact closed (2-wire control). Up and Down Buttons (item 8) - These buttons allow you to scroll through the parameters in the SCROLL mode or change parameter data in the CHANGE SETTINGS mode. With the drive in KEYPAD and RUN mode, pressing either the Up or the Down button will make the drive immediately jump to the CHANGE SETTINGS mode and begin adjusting the Speed Setpoint. Select Button (item 9) - Use this button to toggle between LOCAL (Keypad) or REMOTE (Remote Station) operating modes. This operation can be disabled via a software parameter (see Section 4, Using the Parameters, for more information). Remote Indicator (item 10) - This yellow indicator shows the drive is in the REMOTE mode. In this mode, commands can only be issued from a remote source. Keypad Indicator (item 11) - This yellow indicator shows the drive is in the KEYPAD mode. In this mode, commands can only be issued from the keypad. Operate Button (item 12) - Press this button to place the LCD in the OPERATE mode. In this mode, Operation Display Parameters are shown on the LCD. (See Section 4, Using Your Parameters, for a discussion on Operation Display Parameters). Operate Indicator (item 13) - This indicator is lit when the LCD is in the OPERATE mode and the LCD displays Operation Display Parameters. (See Section 4, Using Your Parameters, for a discussion on Operation Display Parameters).

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About Your Keypad


SECTION 3
Setup Button (item 14) - Pressing this button places the drive in the SCROLL mode and allows you to select options. Pressing this button a second time puts the drive in the CHANGE SETTINGS mode and allows you to change parameter data. This operation can be disabled via the Password parameter (see Section 4, Using the Parameters, for more information). In CHANGE SETTINGS mode, pressing this button records any changes and returns the drive to the SCROLL mode. Change Settings Indicator (item 15) - This yellow indicator shows that the drive is in the CHANGE SETTINGS mode. Scroll Indicator (item 16) - This yellow indicator shows that the drive is in the SCROLL mode and you can you can scroll through parameters using the Up or Down buttons. LCD (item 17) - The LCD on your keypad is designed to display a variety of information. Unless you select a different display mode, the LCD shows current information about the drive. This is referred to as the Operation Display mode in this manual.

17

Cutler-Hammer
RUN FAULT

14 16
Scroll

3
F/R

SETUP
Forward

15
Change Settings

12

Reverse

13 OPERATE

4
START

11

UP

Keypad Remote

9
DOWN

10

SELECT
STOP

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About Your Keypad


SECTION 3
This manual uses certain techniques to highlight the various keypad buttons, indicators and LCD in the written procedures. Each step also has a drawing to the right of the text that illustrates each procedure. The following examples demonstrate these methods: Buttons are written in Bold letters. For example, the step might say Press the Select button. Notice the word Select is in bold letters and also notice that the illustration for the button is shaded in the illustration to the right. Indicators are written in italics. For example, the step might say The Keypad indicator should be lit. Notice the word Keypad is in italics and also notice that the indicator is shaded in the illustration.
SETUP Scroll Change Settings Forward Reverse
F/R

Cutler-Hammer
RUN FAULT

SETUP Scroll Change Settings Forward Reverse

F/R

OPERATE
START UP

Keypad Remote SELECT


STOP DOWN

ETN-11.A

Cutler-Hammer
RUN FAULT

OPERATE
START UP

Keypad Remote SELECT


STOP DOWN

ETN-12.A

Items appearing on the LCD are shown in quotes. For example, the step might say The LCD will show SPEED 1800 RPM. Notice the phrase SPEED 1800 RPM is in quotes and also notice that the LCD is shaded, in the illustration to the right.

Cutler-Hammer
RUN FAULT

SETUP Scroll Change Settings OPERATE Forward Reverse

F/R

START UP

Keypad Remote SELECT


STOP DOWN

ETN-13.A

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Keypad Tips and Modes


SECTION 3 Tips on Using Your Keypad
Keep the following points in mind when you use the keypad: If you press more than one button at a time, the drive will not respond. In most cases, the keypad issues a command when you press a button, and the command stays active when you release it. When you press the button, hold it down for a moment before you release it so the drive has time to respond to the command. Two minutes after you issue the last command from the keypad, the LCD will return to the OPERATE mode. If the Fault indicator comes on, refer to the Troubleshooting Your Drive section for the procedure for displaying a fault message on your LCD.

Operate, Scroll, and Change Settings Modes


The AF93/IS903 drive has three keypad conditions: OPERATE, SCROLL, and CHANGE SETTINGS. In the OPERATE mode, the LCD displays two Operation Display Parameters showing current information on items such as Speed and Load. Use the Upper Display and Lower Display parameters to select which Operation Display Parameters appear during the OPERATE mode (see Section 4, Using the Parameters, for more information). In the SCROLL mode, the Up and Down buttons scroll through the parameters displayed on the LCD. In the CHANGE SETTINGS mode, the parameter values described in Section 4, Using the Parameters, can be changed.

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Using the Start Button


SECTION 3

Starting Your Drive From Your Keypad


Before starting the drive from the keypad, make sure a jumper or customer permissive circuit is connected between terminals 7 and 8, and terminals 7 and 15. Step 1. Make sure the Keypad Indicator is lit. If it isnt, press Select. The Select button may have been disabled (see Section 4, Using the Parameters for more information).
Cutler-Hammer
RUN FAULT

SETUP Scroll Change Settings Forward Reverse

F/R

OPERATE
START UP

Keypad Remote SELECT


STOP DOWN

ETN-14.A

Step 2. Press Start. The Run indicator should be lit and the drive will start to ramp to the current speed setting.

Cutler-Hammer
RUN FAULT

SETUP

F/R

Note: Pressing Start when the drive is in FAULT mode, clears the fault condition and immediately restarts the drive to RUN mode.

Scroll Change Settings

Forward Reverse

OPERATE
START UP

Keypad Remote SELECT


STOP DOWN

ETN-15.A

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Using the Stop Button


SECTION 3

Stopping Your Drive From Your Keypad


Step 1. Press Stop. Pressing the Stop button while in KEYPAD or REMOTE mode starts the drive ramping to zero speed (unless the Stop Profile parameter is set to coast, see Section 4, Using the Parameters). Pressing the Stop button in FAULT mode clears the fault condition and places the drive in the STOP mode, but does not restart the drive.
Cutler-Hammer
RUN FAULT

SETUP Scroll Change Settings Forward Reverse

F/R

OPERATE
START UP

Keypad Remote SELECT


STOP DOWN

ETN-16.A

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Using the Forward/Reverse Button


SECTION 3

Issuing a Forward Command From Your Keypad


When the Reverse indicator is lit, pressing the F/R (Forward/Reverse) button sends a Forward command to the drive and turns On the Forward indicator (the Reverse indicator goes out). The Forward indicator will flash while the drive is running in the reverse direction and will continue to flash until the drive reaches zero speed. The Forward indicator will be lit steady when the drive begins running in the forward direction and will remain steady as long as both the commanded direction and drive direction are Forward. You can issue a Forward command at any time the drive is in KEYPAD mode. If the drive is running in reverse, it causes the drive to change direction. If the drive is stopped, the drive turns in a forward direction the next time you issue a Start command. This operation can be disabled via a software parameter (see Section 4, Using the Parameters, for more information). The F/R command should not be used to permanently reverse motor direction. To change motor direction, disconnect power and reverse any two motor leads. Step 1. With the Reverse indicator lit, press the F/R (Forward/Reverse) button.

Cutler-Hammer
RUN FAULT

SETUP Scroll Change Settings Forward Reverse

F/R

OPERATE
START UP

Keypad Remote SELECT


STOP DOWN

ETN-24.A

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Using the Forward/Reverse Button


SECTION 3

Issuing a Reverse Command From Your Keypad


When the Forward indicator is lit, pressing the F/R (Forward/Reverse) button sends a Reverse command to the drive and turns On the Reverse indicator (the Forward indicator goes out). The Reverse indicator will flash while the drive is running in the forward direction and will continue to flash until the drive reaches zero speed. The Reverse indicator will be lit steady when the drive begins running in the reverse direction and will remain steady as long as both the commanded direction and drive direction are Reverse. You can issue a Reverse command at any time if Reverse direction is enabled and the drive is in KEYPAD mode. If the drive is running in a forward direction, it causes the drive to change direction. If the drive is stopped, the drive turns in a reverse direction the next time you issue a Start command. This operation can be disabled via a software parameter (see Section 4, Using the Parameters, for more information). The F/R command should not be used to permanently reverse motor direction. To change motor direction, disconnect power and reverse any two motor leads. Step 1. With the Forward indicator lit, press the F/R (Forward/Reverse) button.

Cutler-Hammer
RUN FAULT

SETUP Scroll Change Settings Forward Reverse

F/R

OPERATE
START UP

Keypad Remote SELECT


STOP DOWN

ETN-25.A

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Changing Parameter Settings


SECTION 3

Selecting the Parameter to Set


Changing the settings of parameters on your drive is a two step process. First you select the parameter and then you change its settings. The following steps discuss how to select the parameter you wish to change. For a complete discussion of the your AF93/IS903 Parameters refer to Section 4, Using The Parameters . The Appendix has a list of AF93/IS903 Parameters in numerical and alphabetical order.

Step 1a.If the Operate indicator is lit, press the Setup button. Note that the Operate indicator goes out and the Scroll indicator comes on. The LCD now shows the name of a parameter on the top line and its current setting on the bottom line. Step 1b.If the Change Settings indicator is lit, press the Setup button. Note that the Change Settings indicator goes out and the Scroll indicator comes on.

Cutler-Hammer
RUN FAULT

SETUP Scroll Change Settings Forward Reverse

F/R

OPERATE
START UP

Keypad Remote SELECT


STOP DOWN

ETN-17.A

Step 2. Press Up or Down button until the parameter you want to change appears on the top line of the LCD.

Cutler-Hammer
RUN FAULT

SETUP Scroll Change Settings Forward Reverse

F/R

OPERATE
START UP

Keypad Remote SELECT


STOP DOWN

ETN-18.A

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SECTION 3

Changing the Parameter Settings


After you select the parameter, you can change its settings. Note that the message, PASSWORD PROTECT, may appear on your LCD in Step 1.

Step 1. After the parameter you wish to modify appears on the LCD, press Setup. If the parameters are password protected, this message will appear on the LCD:

Cutler-Hammer
RUN FAULT

SETUP

F/R

PASSWORD PROTECT If the PASSWORD PROTECT message does not appear, go to Step 9.

Scroll Change Settings

Forward Reverse

OPERATE
START UP

Keypad Remote SELECT


STOP DOWN

ETN-32.A

Step 2. Press Setup. The Scroll indicator comes on.

Cutler-Hammer
RUN FAULT

SETUP Scroll Change Settings Forward Reverse

F/R

OPERATE
START UP

Keypad Remote SELECT


STOP DOWN

AF93-PASS1

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SECTION 3
Step 3. Press the Up or Down button until "PASSWORD" appears on the upper line.
Cutler-Hammer
RUN FAULT

SETUP Scroll Change Settings Forward Reverse

F/R

OPERATE
START UP

Keypad Remote SELECT


STOP DOWN

AF93-PASS2

Step 4. Press Setup. The Change Settings indicator comes on.

Cutler-Hammer
RUN FAULT

SETUP Scroll Change Settings Forward Reverse

F/R

OPERATE
START UP

Keypad Remote SELECT


STOP DOWN

AF93-PASS3

Step 5. Press the Up or Down button until your (one through five digit) password appears on the second line of the LCD

Cutler-Hammer
RUN FAULT

SETUP Scroll Change Settings Forward Reverse

F/R

OPERATE
START UP

Keypad Remote SELECT


STOP DOWN

AF93-PASS4

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SECTION 3
Step 6. Press Setup button. The Scroll indicator comes on.
Cutler-Hammer
RUN FAULT

SETUP Scroll Change Settings Forward Reverse

F/R

OPERATE
START UP

Keypad Remote SELECT


STOP DOWN

AF93-PASS5

Step 7. Press the Up or Down button until the parameter you want to change appears on the top line of the LCD.

Cutler-Hammer
RUN FAULT

SETUP Scroll Change Settings Forward Reverse

F/R

OPERATE
START UP

Keypad Remote SELECT


STOP DOWN

ETN-18.A

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Changing Parameter Settings


SECTION 3
Step 8. Press the Setup button. The Change Settings indicator comes on.
Cutler-Hammer
RUN FAULT

SETUP Scroll Change Settings Forward Reverse

F/R

OPERATE
START UP

Keypad Remote SELECT


STOP DOWN

ETN-34.A

Step 9. When the parameter you wish to modify appears on the LCD and the Change Settings indicator is lit, you are ready to change the settings. Note:Some of the parameters, especially analog and digital outputs, do not display analog values on the lower display line when the Change Settings indicator is lit. Rather, you will select from a list of conditions or functions when you press the Up or Down button. See Section 4, Using the Parameters, for the type of settings associated with each parameter. Press the Up or Down button to change the setting. Press the Up button momentarily to increase the value one unit, or display the next condition or function, and press the Down button momentarily to decrease the value one unit or display the next condition or function. If you keep either button pressed, the parameter data shown on the bottom line of the LCD will vary at an increasing rate with time. When the data nears the desired value, release the button. Zero in to the final value by pressing the appropriate button momentarily.

Cutler-Hammer
RUN FAULT

SETUP Scroll Change Settings Forward Reverse

F/R

OPERATE
START UP

Keypad Remote SELECT


STOP DOWN

ETN-35.A

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Changing Parameter Settings


SECTION 3
After the new setting for the parameter appears on the LCD you can: Return to the Operation Display (go to Step 10). OR Change the settings for a different parameter (go to Selecting the Parameter to Set, Step 1a.). Note that if you are interrupted after Step 9, the drive will automatically return to the Operation Display after two minutes.

Step 10a. Press the Operate button to return the LCD to the OPERATION mode. Step 10b. Press the Setup button to scroll to a different parameter.

Cutler-Hammer
RUN FAULT

SETUP Scroll Change Settings Forward Reverse

F/R

OPERATE
START UP

Keypad Remote SELECT


STOP DOWN

ETN-36.A

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SECTION 4

Using The Parameters


About This Section
This section of your Instruction Manual helps you develop an understanding of the AF93/IS903 software parameters: The chart identifies each parameter in the order in which they appear when you use the Scroll feature. The chart also identifies The parameters description The way it is displayed on the LCD The range of values allowed The values assigned at the factory Space is provided for the values you use on your AF93/IS903. A more complete description of each parameter follows the chart. Note: The appendix contains a cross-reference of all AF93/IS903 Parameters in alphabetical and numerical order.

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AF93/IS903 Parameter List


USING THE PARAMETERS

AF93/IS903 Parameter List Legend


Parameter Number
Each parameter is numbered and the list presents the parameters in the same order they are displayed when you scroll them on the LCD (using the Up or Down buttons in the SCROLL mode). Indexing by parameter number makes it easy to find information on each parameter as you use your AF93/IS903 drive. Note that instead of an analog value, some of the parameters, such as digital and analog outputs, provide a list of functions or conditions on the lower line of the LCD to choose from. These are noted with quotation marks ( ) in the Range of Adjustment column. When you set the value for a digital or analog output parameter, you choose the condition that will cause the relay contact to close (for RELAY 1 or 2) or for the analog voltage to be output (ANALOG OUTPUT #1 or #2).

Parameter (LCD Display)


This column provides the full description of each parameter and its LCD display (mnemonic). The LCD Display appears within the parenthesis below each parameter name. This display appears on the upper line of the LCD when you are in the SETUP mode and are changing the parameter settings. The current setting of the parameter appears on the lower line of the LCD.

Notes
This column provides specific information about using the parameter. Note that many parameters list Run Locked in this column. This means that you cannot change the settings for this parameter while the RUN indicator is lit.

Factory Setting Range of Adjustment


This column provides the range of values you can choose from when you change the setting of a parameter. When the drive is in the CHANGE SETTINGS mode, use the Up or Down buttons to change the parameter data (numeric and alpha data) that appears on the lower line of the LCD. Some of the ranges depend upon the value you have set for another parameter. For example, the range of SPEED SETPOINT is Minimum Speed to Maximum Speed. This means that the range for this parameter starts at the value of MINIMUM SPEED and extends to the value of MAXIMUM SPEED. This is the value set at the factory for the parameter.

Customer Setting
Space is provided for you to write in the value for each parameter for your AF93/IS903. Photocopy this list and keep it handy so you can update your current setting as you customize your drive.

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Parameter (LCD Display) Factory Setting


SPEED Upper Display (UPPER DISPLAY) (Following are the possible Operation Displays on the upper line of the LCD) (Following are the units for the Operation Displays) SPEED RPM Hz % Amps Volts Hp HRS (0 to 6553.5) (Following are the units for the Operation Displays) LOAD FREQUENCY LOAD CURRENT MOTOR VOLTS POWER ELAPSED TIME Lower Display (LOWER DISPLAY) (Following are the possible Operation Displays on the lower line of the LCD) SPEED FREQUENCY LOAD CURRENT MOTOR VOLTS POWER ELAPSED TIME RPM Hz % Amps Volts Hp HRS (0 to 6553.5)

Range of Adjustment Notes

Customer Setting

USING THE PARAMETERS

AF93/IS903 Parameter List

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Parameter (LCD Display) Notes Factory Setting
0

4-4
Range of Adjustment Customer Setting
Minimum Speed to Maximum Speed
Used only in KEYPAD mode; when drive is in OPERATE mode and Up or Down button is pressed, drive goes directly to this parameter.

Speed Setpoint (SPEED SETPOINT)

4 Maximum Speed (MAX SPEED) 25 to 10800 RPM Range for 4 pole motors is 50 - 5400 RPM 1800 RPM 10% 0% = 0V 100% = 10V Run Locked 0% = 0V 100% = 10V Run Locked 90%

Minimum Speed (MIN SPEED) 25 to 10800 RPM Range for 4 pole motors is 50 - 5400 RPM 50 RPM

USING THE PARAMETERS

Minimum Potentiometer 0 to 100% Reference (MIN POT REF)

Maximum Potentiometer 0 to 100% Reference (MAX POT REF) 0 to 100% 0 to 100%

Minimum Analog Reference (MIN ANALOG REF) 0% = 4 mA 100% = 20 mA Run Locked 0% = 4 mA 100% = 20 mA Run Locked

0%

Maximum Analog Reference (MAX ANALOG REF)


Accel/Decel 1 and 2. Run Locked

100%

10

Accel/Decel Mode LINEAR or S-CURVE S mode will increase actual accel/decel time. Applies to both (ACCEL/DECEL MODE) Accel Time (ACCEL TIME) 0.1 to 999 seconds 0.1 to 999 seconds ACCEL/DECEL 2 JOG 0.1 to 999 seconds 0.1 to 999 seconds Volts, drive dependent Hp, drive dependent Run Locked Run Locked Decel Time (DECEL TIME) Time from zero to max speed. Time from max to zero speed. Run Locked

LINEAR

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11

5 sec 5 sec JOG 5 sec 5 sec Drive Rated Drive Rated

12

13 Accel Time 2 (ACCEL TIME 2) Decel Time 2 (DECEL TIME 2) Rated Motor Volts (RATED VOLTS) Motor Hp Rating (RATED HP)

Accel/Decel2 or Jog (ACCEL2 OR JOG)

14

15

16

17

Parameter (LCD Display) Range of Adjustment Factory Setting


Drive Rated Amps, drive dependent Run Locked

Notes Customer Setting

18

Rated Motor Current (RATED CURRENT) 30 to 180 Hz 60 Hz Run Locked

19

Rated Input Frequency (RATED FREQUENCY) Run Locked Motor Dependent 85%

20

Rated Nameplate Speed 500 to 3600 RPM (RATED SPEED) 50 to 100% Run Locked

21

Rated Motor Efficiency (RATED EFFICIENCY) Load Limit (LOAD LIMIT) 0 to 200% (2-10 Hp) 0 to 180% (15-25 Hp) Percent of rated load, based on calculated motor torque rating.

22

150% on constant torque units 110% on variable torque units SPEED FOLLOWER

23 SPEED FOLLOWER or PI REGULATOR or ANALOG LOAD LIM or DIGITAL POT 0 to 32,767

Remote Function (REMOTE FUNCTION)

Run Locked

24 Integral Gain (INTEGRAL GAIN) 0 to 32,767 Minimum Speed to Maximum Speed Minimum Speed to Maximum Speed Minimum Speed to Maximum Speed Minimum Speed to Maximum Speed

25

Proportional Gain (PROPORTIONAL GN)

0 0 0 0 0

26

Preset Speed #1 (PRESET SPEED 1)

27

Preset Speed #2 (PRESET SPEED 2)

28

Preset Speed #3 (PRESET SPEED 3)

USING THE PARAMETERS

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Preset Speed #4 (PRESET SPEED 4)

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Parameter (LCD Display) Factory Setting
0 Preset Speed #5 (PRESET SPEED 5) Preset Speed #6 (PRESET SPEED 6) 0 Preset Speed #7 (PRESET SPEED 7) 0 Jog Speed (JOG SPEED) 0 Minimum Speed to Maximum Speed Minimum Speed to Maximum Speed Minimum Speed to Maximum Speed 0 to Maximum Speed This is the span of RPMs which will be avoided above jump speeds 1, 2 and 3. 0 = Off; Non-Zero indicates how long DC braking lasts DC Voltage Level = approximately 20% braking torque Frequency at which DC Volts is Activated = 5 Hz and below 0 Minimum Speed to Maximum Speed Minimum Speed to Maximum Speed Minimum Speed to Maximum Speed Minimum Speed to Maximum Speed

4-6
Range of Adjustment Notes Customer Setting

30

31

32

USING THE PARAMETERS

33

34

Jump Speed 1 (JUMP SPEED 1 LO)

35

Jump Speed 2 (JUMP SPEED 2 LO)

36

Jump Speed 3 (JUMP SPEED 3 LO) Jump Width (JUMP WIDTH)

AF93/IS903 Parameter List

37

38

DC Injection Braking (DC BRAKE TIME)

0 to 16 seconds

0.0 sec

Parameter (LCD Display) Factory Setting


RUN

Range of Adjustment Notes Customer Setting

39 (Following are the range of outputs possible) READY RUN REVERSE KEYPAD Relay 1 will change state when the drive is in KEYPAD mode. Drive at speed setpoint. Drive in STOP mode and stopped. Motor may be spinning if in Coast Stop profile. Asserted when the drive is in load limit. Asserted when motor is at risk of tripping on thermal overload. Drive in REVERSE mode. Drive in RUN mode. Drive not in FAULT mode.

Relay 1 (RELAY 1)

Run Locked

AT SPEED ZERO SPEED

LOAD LIMIT

OVERLOAD WARNING

USING THE PARAMETERS

AF93/IS903 Parameter List

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Parameter (LCD Display) Factory Setting
AT SPEED

4-8
Range of Adjustment Notes Customer Setting
Relay 2 (RELAY 2) (Following are the range of outputs possible) READY RUN REVERSE KEYPAD Relay 2 will change state when the drive is in KEYPAD mode. Drive at speed setpoint. Drive in STOP mode and stopped. Motor may be spinning if in Coast Stop profile. Asserted when the drive is in load limit. Asserted when motor is at risk of tripping on thermal overload. Drive in REVERSE mode. Drive in RUN mode. Drive not in FAULT mode.

USING THE PARAMETERS

40

Run Locked

AT SPEED ZERO SPEED

LOAD LIMIT

AF93/IS903 Parameter List

OVERLOAD WARNING

Parameter (LCD Display) Factory Setting


SPEED

Range of Adjustment Notes Customer Setting

41

Analog Output #1 (ANALOG OUTPUT 1) SPEED FREQUENCY 0 to 10V = 0 to (equivalent frequency at Max Speed) 0 to 10V = 0 to [(2) * (Max Rated Motor Torque)] 0 to 10V = 0 to [(2) * (Rated Drive Current)] 0 to 10V = 0 to [(1.5) * (Rated Drive Volts)] 0 to 10V = 0 to [(2) * (Rated Drive Hp)] LOAD 0 to 10V = 0 to Max Speed

(Following are the range Run Locked of outputs possible)

LOAD

CURRENT

MOTOR VOLTS

POWER

42 SPEED FREQUENCY

Analog Output #2 (ANALOG OUTPUT 2)

(Following are the range Run Locked of outputs possible) 0 to 10V = 0 to Max Speed 0 to 10V = 0 to (equivalent frequency at Max Speed) 0 to 10V = 0 to [(2) * (Max Rated Motor Torque)] 0 to 10V = 0 to [(2) * (Rated Drive Current)] 0 to 10V = 0 to [(1.5) * (Rated Drive Volts)] MOTOR VOLTS POWER 0 to 10V = 0 to [(2) * (Rated Drive Hp)]

LOAD

USING THE PARAMETERS

CURRENT

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Parameter (LCD Display) Factory Setting
0

4-10
Range of Adjustment Notes Customer Setting
Number of Restart Attempts Before Lockout (RESTART ATTEMPTS) 0 to 255 1.0 to 300.0 seconds 5 Run Locked 0 equals Auto Restart is disabled. Restart counter is reset every 60 minutes. Run Locked

43

USING THE PARAMETERS

44

Time Between Restart Attempts (RESTART DELAY) Stop Profile (STOP PROFILE) COAST or RAMP 0 to 100 Run Locked Load Inertia (LOAD INERTIA) Forward/Reverse (REVERSE DIR.) DISABLE or ENABLE DISABLE or ENABLE ENABLE or DISABLE ENABLE or DISABLE If set to ENABLE, drive will restart after waiting the period of time set in Parameter 44 (RESTART DELAY) if power is applied in REMOTE mode with Start and Stop/Run Enable inputs closed. If set to DISABLE, drive will require a transition on the Start or Stop/Run Enable input to restart. Run Locked Enable Select Key (SELECT KEY) Run Locked RAMP

45

46

20

47

ENABLE

48

ENABLE

AF93/IS903 Parameter List

49

Efficiency Optimization (EFFICIENCY OPT) Power Up Restart (POWER UP RESTART)

DISABLE

50

DISABLE

Parameter (LCD Display) Range of Adjustment Notes Factory Setting


DISABLE

Customer Setting

51 This function should be disabled when you run multiple motors from the same drive. The upper line on the LCD will display one of the messages (such as LAST FAULT) shown in the LCD Display column. The lower line displays the fault or time (elapsed time in hours, resets to 0 when 6553.5 hours are exceeded) message. See Section 5, Troubleshooting, for the list of fault messages. 0 to 65535 0 equals no password. Password is set by changing the parameter from 0 to any other value. To acknowledge password, set password value to match the stored value; press SETUP. To change password, acknowledge old one and then enter new one. Changing value to 0 clears password. 0

Start Into Spinning Motor DISABLE or (SPINNING MOTOR) ENABLE

52

Fault History (LAST FAULT) or (LAST FAULT TIME) or (PREVIOUS FAULT) or (PREV. FAULT TIME) or (FIRST FAULT) or (FIRST FAULT TIME)

53

Password (PASSWORD)

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The parameter descriptions are in the same order as they appear in the AF93/IS903 Parameters List. Note that terminal numbers in the descriptions refer to the AF93/IS903 terminal block (see Fig. 2-8, 2-9, 2-10 or 2-11 for terminal block descriptions).

Speed Setpoint
Specifications
Parameter Number: 3 Mnemonic: SPEED SETPOINT Range of Adjustment: Between Minimum Speed and Maximum Speed Run Locked?: No Factory Setting: 0 This parameter defines the speed setpoint used only in the KEYPAD mode. This is the only way to change speed setpoint in the KEYPAD mode. Note that Speed Setpoint is ignored if the drive is REMOTE mode. When drive is in RUN and KEYPAD modes and you press the Up or Down button, drive goes directly to the Speed Setpoint parameter. Pressing the Up or Down button additional times will change the current value of the Speed Setpoint parameter.

Upper Display
Specifications
Parameter Number: 1 Mnemonic: UPPER DISPLAY Range of Adjustment: SPEED (RPM), FREQUENCY (Hz), LOAD (%), CURRENT (Amps), MOTOR VOLTS (Volts), POWER (Hp), ELAPSED TIME (0-6553.5 hours). Units are shown in the parenthesis. Run Locked?: No Factory Setting: SPEED This parameter allows you to select the Operation Display Parameters you want to appear on the upper line of the drives LCD when the drive is in the OPERATE mode. Elapsed time resets to 0 when 6553.5 hours are exceeded.

Minimum Speed
Specifications
Parameter Number: 4 Mnemonic: MIN SPEED Range of Adjustment: 25 to 10800 RPM Run Locked?: No Factory Setting: 50 RPM This parameter defines the minimum speed limit at which the drive will be allowed to operate. Minimum speed must be set lower than maximum speed.

Lower Display
Specifications
Parameter Number: 2 Mnemonic: LOWER DISPLAY Range of Adjustment: SPEED (RPM), FREQUENCY (Hz), LOAD (%), CURRENT (Amps), MOTOR VOLTS (Volts), POWER (Hp), ELAPSED TIME (0-6553.5 hours). Units are shown in the parenthesis. Run Locked?: No Factory Setting: LOAD This parameter allows you to select the Operation Display Parameters you want to appear on the lower line of the drives LCD when the drive is in the OPERATE mode. Elapsed time resets to 0 when 6553.5 hours are exceeded.

Maximum Speed
Specifications
Parameter Number: 5 Mnemonic: MAX SPEED Range of Adjustment: 25 to 10800 RPM Run Locked?: No Factory Setting: 1800 RPM This parameter defines the maximum speed limit at which the drive will be allowed to operate. If the drive reaches the Load Limit (parameter 22) or ANALOG LOAD LIM (parameter 23) and you are ramping up to the maximum speed, the drive will go into foldback and stay at the speed where the load limit was reached.

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Minimum Potentiometer Reference


Specifications
Parameter Number: 6 Mnemonic: MIN POT REF Range of Adjustment: 0 to 100% Run Locked?: Yes Factory Setting: 10% Minimum and maximum analog potentiometer values are used to scale potentiometer inputs (setpoint and feedback) if the drive is in the REMOTE mode. See Remote Function (parameter 23) for details. Minimum Potentiometer Reference defines the minimum value in terms of percent of full range. If the full range is used, the following are the values for direct and inverse acting control: 0% equals min. speed at 0V (direct acting) 100% equals min. speed at 10V (inverse acting)

Minimum Analog Reference


Specifications
Parameter Number: 8 Mnemonic: MIN ANALOG REF Range of Adjustment: 0 to 100% Run Locked?: Yes Factory Setting: 0% Minimum and maximum analog reference values are used to scale analog inputs (setpoint and feedback) if the drive is in the REMOTE mode. See Remote Function (parameter 23) for details. Minimum Analog Reference defines the minimum value in terms of percent of full range. If the full range is used, the following are the values for direct and inverse acting control: 0% equals min. speed at 4 mA (direct acting) 100% equals min. speed at 20 mA (inverse acting)

Maximum Potentiometer Reference


Specifications
Parameter Number: 7 Mnemonic: MAX POT REF Range of Adjustment: 0 to 100% Run Locked?: Yes Factory Setting: 90% This parameter defines the maximum value in terms of percent of full range. If the full range is used, the following are the values for direct and inverse acting control: 100% equals max. speed at 10V (direct acting) 0% equals max. speed at 0V (inverse acting)

Maximum Analog Reference


Specifications
Parameter Number: 9 Mnemonic: MAX ANALOG REF Range of Adjustment: 0 to 100% Run Locked?: Yes Factory Setting: 100% This parameter defines the maximum value in terms of percent of full range. If the full range is used, the following are the values for direct and inverse acting control: 100% equals max. speed at 20 mA (direct acting) 0% equals max. speed at 4 mA (inverse acting)

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Accel/Decel Mode
Specifications
Parameter Number: 10 Mnemonic: ACCEL/DECEL MODE Range of Adjustment: LINEAR or S-CURVE Run Locked?: Yes Factory Setting: LINEAR This parameter defines the drives acceleration and deceleration profiles. Linear acceleration, as shown in the straight line graph, works well in situations where the friction and work load are constant. S-curve acceleration, shown in the second graph, works well in situations where there is a high breakaway torque requirement. In situations like conveyor belts, where a sudden application of force may make items tip over, selecting an S-curve acceleration will minimize jerky starts. The deceleration profiles would be mirror images of the graphs shown.

hz 60.00 48.00 36.00 24.00 12.00 0.00 0.00

Acceleration Profile

40

80

120 160

200 sec

ETN-ACCEL LINEAR

Typical Acceleration Linear Curve


hz 60.00 48.00 36.00 24.00 12.00 0.00 0.00 40 80 120 160 200 sec
ETN-ACCEL S-CURVE

Acceleration Profile

Typical Acceleration S-Curve

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Note that ACCEL TIME and DECEL TIME are generated by the AF93/IS903 software and due to actual application the motor may not come to full speed or decelerate to a stop in exactly the length of time you have set. If ACCEL/DECEL 2 is chosen, the drive is in REMOTE mode, and terminal 11 is connected to terminal 7, Accel Time (parameter 11) and Decel Time (parameter 12) are ignored. The drive will use Accel Time 2 (parameter 14) and Decel Time 2 (parameter 15) instead. Note that both the acceleration and deceleration times are affected.

Accel Time
Specifications
Parameter Number: 11 Mnemonic: ACCEL TIME Range of Adjustment: 0.1 to 999 sec Run Locked?: No Factory Setting: 5 sec

If JOG is selected, whenever terminal 11 is connected to terminal 7 and RUN enable is present (terminal 8 connected to terminal 7), the drive goes into JOG mode at the speed set by Jog Speed (parameter 33). Note that Jog overrides the speed setpoint established by SPEED FOLLOWER, PI REGULATOR, and This parameter defines the time it takes the drive to Preset Speed x (parameters 26 to 32). See go from zero to Maximum Speed. The drive will not Remote Function, Priority Interaction in REMOTE exceed the load limit to meet this acceleration time. Mode, for more information.

Decel Time
Specifications
Parameter Number: 12 Mnemonic: DECEL TIME Range of Adjustment: 0.1 to 999 sec Run Locked?: No Factory Setting: 5 sec This parameter defines the time it takes the drive to go from Maximum Speed to zero. On high inertia, low friction applications, the drive may decelerate in a greater length of time unless a braking resistor is present.

Accel Time 2
Specifications
Parameter Number: 14 Mnemonic: ACCEL TIME 2 Range of Adjustment: 0.1 to 999 sec Run Locked?: No Factory Setting: 5 sec If ACCEL/DECEL 2 is chosen, the drive is in REMOTE mode, and terminal 11 is connected to terminal 7, this parameter defines the time it takes the drive to go from zero to Maximum Speed.

Accel/Decel 2 or Jog
Specifications
Parameter Number: 13 Mnemonic: ACCEL2 OR JOG Range of Adjustment: ACCEL/DECEL 2 or JOG Run Locked?: Yes Factory Setting: JOG This parameter defines whether the drive will have a secondary acceleration/deceleration time (Accel Time 2 and Decel Time 2) or implement the jog speed function (Jog Speed) when terminal 11 is connected to terminal 7 while the drive is in the REMOTE mode.

Decel Time 2
Specifications
Parameter Number: 15 Mnemonic: DECEL TIME 2 Range of Adjustment: 0.1 to 999 sec Run Locked?: No Factory Setting: 5 sec If ACCEL/DECEL 2 (parameter 13) is chosen, the drive is in REMOTE mode, and terminal 11 is connected to terminal 7, this parameter defines the time it takes the drive to go from Maximum Speed to zero.

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Motor Nameplate Parameters


The values for the following six parameters (HP Rating, Rated Amps, Rated Efficiency, Rated Frequency, Rated Speed, and Rated Volts) should be compared to the motor nameplate after you install the drive. If the motor nameplate parameters differ from the information you must enter the correct setting. These values are essential for your drive to operate correctly.

Rated Nameplate Speed


Specifications
Parameter Number: 20 Mnemonic: RATED SPEED Range of Adjustment: 500 to 3600 RPM Run Locked?: Yes Factory Setting: Motor Dependent

Rated Motor Efficiency


Specifications
Parameter Number: 21 Mnemonic: RATED EFFICIENCY Range of Adjustment: 50 to 100% Run Locked?: Yes Factory Setting: 85%

Rated Motor Volts


Specifications
Parameter Number: 16 Mnemonic: RATED VOLTS Value: Volts Run Locked?: Yes Factory Setting: Drive Rated

Load Limit
Specifications
Parameter Number: 22 Mnemonic: LOAD LIMIT Range of Adjustment: 0 to 200% (2 to 10 Hp) or 0 to 180% (15 to 25 Hp) of rated load, based on calculated motor torque rating. Run Locked?: No Factory Setting: 150% on constant torque and 110% on variable torque rated drives. This parameter sets the load limit for the drive, unless it is overridden by ANALOG LOAD LIM (parameter 23). If the drive reaches the Load Limit (parameter 22) and you are ramping up to the Maximum Speed (parameter 5), the drive will go into foldback and stay at the speed where the load limit was reached. If the load limit control does not prevent an overload, the drive will shut down.

Motor HP Rating
Specifications
Parameter Number: 17 Mnemonic: RATED HP Value: Hp Run Locked?: Yes Factory Setting: Drive Rated

Rated Motor Current


Specifications
Parameter Number: 18 Mnemonic: RATED CURRENT Value: Amps Run Locked?: Yes Factory Setting: Drive Rated

Rated Input Frequency


Specifications
Parameter Number: 19 Mnemonic: RATED FREQUENCY Range of Adjustment: 30 to 180 Hz Run Locked?: Yes Factory Setting: 60 Hz

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Remote Function
Specifications
Parameter Number: 23 Mnemonic: REMOTE FUNCTION Range of Adjustment: SPEED FOLLOWER or PI REGULATOR or ANALOG LOAD LIM or DIGITAL POT Run Locked?: Yes Factory Setting: SPEED FOLLOWER When your drive is in REMOTE mode, speed is controlled by one of the these Remote Functions: SPEED FOLLOWER, PI REGULATOR, ANALOG LOAD LIM or DIGITAL POT. A discussion about the priority interaction among the various signals that can control the motor speed follows the discussion of each type of remote function. SPEED FOLLOWER - You can vary the speed setpoint using a current or voltage speed follower input. The speed follower input can be connected as follows: If the signal is 4-20 mA, connect it to terminals 1 and 2. If the signal is 0-10 VDC, connect it to terminals 2 and 3. If the signal comes from a potentiometer, connect it to terminals 2, 3, and 4. If the signal is 0-5 VDC, and the output impedance of the signal follower is less than or equal to 250 and can output 20 mA, connect the signal to terminals 1 and 2. PI REGULATOR - You can automatically maintain a reference setpoint using the PI REGULATOR option. This option incorporates a feedback signal and reference setpoint. The following connections are required: Setpoint - 0-10 VDC, connect it to terminals 2 and 3 (terminal 3 is +) or connect potentiometer to terminals 2, 3, and 4.

Feedback - 4-20 mA connected to terminals 1 and 2. A 0-5 VDC signal can also be connected to these terminals if the output impedance of the transducer is less than or equal to 250 and it can output 20 mA. PI Regulator Feedback - The feedback signal is calibrated to provide constant information on whether the motor is actually running faster or slower than the setpoint. If the motor is running faster than setpoint, the drive reduces the frequency and if the motor is running slower than setpoint, the drive increases the frequency. Integral and Proportional Gain - In simple terms, the Integral Gain parameter controls how quickly the drive responds to information provided by the feedback signal and the Proportional Gain parameter controls how close to the target value the system will maintain control. It takes some trial and error in setting these parameters since some applications have a natural tendency to favor tight control and others may start to quickly oscillate around the target speed the tighter you try to maintain control. PI Regulator Application Example - PI is a closed loop control system consisting of a set point, a process variable, and an error signal which will control the drive output. Typical applications include wet well level control, temperature or pressure control, or flow rate control. PI control starts with a PI Setpoint adjusted by a remote signal input, such as a potentiometer. The drive compares the setpoint to a process variable signal, PI Feedback, and creates an error signal. The error signal is processed to create the speed reference for the drive. In the example shown in Figure 4-1, a pressure transducer provides a 4-20 mA signal that corresponds to the duct pressure. The drive will control the speed of the blower to maintain the desired duct pressure regardless of the amount of air flow being supplied through the duct.

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Remote Function (Cont.)


Since the PI Regulator software works best when the analog feedback is scaled to the full range, we recommend that the Minimum Analog Reference (parameter 8) be set to 0% and the Maximum Analog Reference (parameter 9) be set to 100% (for direct acting control). In applications that require inverse control, set the Minimum Analog Reference parameter to 100% and the Maximum Analog Reference parameter to 0%. Using MIN POT REF and MAX POT REF, the operating band can be adjusted for the specific application. In this example for a desired setpoint of 10 psi and a maximum range of 8 to 12 psi, the operator would set Minimum Potentiometer Reference and Maximum Potentiometer Reference to the equivalent percentages of these values.

We recommend that, for most applications, you set the initial value of the Integral Gain (parameter 24) to 10000 and Proportional Gain (parameter 25) to 10000. Since these values are not Run Locked (can be changed while the system is running) you can adjust them (in 1000 unit intervals) while you observe its operation. To increase or decrease the response time to changes in feedback value, you might want to change the value of Integral Gain. To control the amount of under and overshoot, you might want to adjust the Proportional Gain. Note that some types of systems, such as HVAC control, might not need much proportional gain.

Feedback (Duct Pressure)

Pressure Transducer

PI Setpoint
Pressure Level
Cutler-Hammer

HVAC

PI Controller

AF93/IS903
ETN-HVACPI

PI Control Application Example Figure 4-1

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Remote Function (Cont.)


ANALOG LOAD LIM - This function combines a speed follower with an external method of controlling the load limit: Speed Follower - 4-20 mA connected to terminals 1 and 2. A 0-5 VDC signal can also be connected to these terminals if the output impedance of the transducer is less than or equal to 250 and it can output 20 mA. Load Limit Control - 0-10 VDC, connect it to terminals 2 and 3. Connect potentiometer to terminals 2, 3, and 4. This function allows you to control the load limit and speed from a remote station in situations where you expect wide variations in the load. Note that ANALOG LOAD LIM is capped by LOAD LIMIT (parameter 22). Remember, when the load limit you set is exceeded, the drive will go into foldback and reduce speed to try to prevent further overload. The lower you set the load limit, the lower the speed will be when the drive goes into foldback. If the load limit control does not prevent an overload, the drive will shut down. DIGITAL POT - This function sets up a potentiometer that allows you to smoothly increase or decrease motor speed at a remote station. If you connect terminals 13 and 7, the speed increases at the rate established by Accel Time (parameter 11) or Accel Time 2 (parameter 14). When you disconnect terminal 13 from 7, the speed stops increasing and remains constant (drive ignores terminal 11, Jog). If you connect terminals 14 and 7, the speed decreases at the rate established by Decel Time (parameter 12) or Decel Time 2 (parameter 15). When you disconnect terminal 14 from 7, the speed stops decreasing and remains constant (drive ignores terminal 11, Jog). If both 13 and 14 are connected to 7 the speed decreases at a rate established by the appropriate deceleration time.

The POT WPR (terminal 3) is used to set the load limit while in DIGITAL POT mode. If a load limit control potentiometer is not used to control torque, a jumper must be installed between terminals 3 and 4.

Priority Interaction in REMOTE Mode


There is a priority scheme that the drive uses to establish the speed setpoint in the REMOTE mode: Priority 1 (Lowest Priority) - 0-10 VDC Speed Follower Priority 2 - 4-20 mA Speed Follower (If Signal exceeds 1 mA) Priority 3 - PI Regulator Priority 4 - Terminals 12, 13, or 14 closed to terminal 7 (Preset Speeds or Digital Potentiometer) If you use SPEED FOLLOWER, a current source greater than 1 mA will override a voltage source. If you use SPEED FOLLOWER, a voltage source will override a current source less than 1 mA. If you connect terminal 12, 13, or 14 to terminal 7, Preset Speeds will override SPEED FOLLOWER. If you use PI REGULATOR, Preset Speeds will override the speed established by PI REGULATOR. If you use ANALOG LOAD LIM, Preset Speeds will override the speed follower connected to terminals 1 and 2. You cannot override speed set by DIGITAL POT, except by load limit. The load limit you set (using parameter 22 or 23) will fold back the speed setpoint when the load limit is exceeded.

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Integral Gain
Specifications
Parameter Number: 24 Mnemonic: INTEGRAL GAIN Range of Adjustment: 0 to 32,767 Run Locked?: No Factory Setting: 0 Refer to Remote Function (parameter 23), PI REGULATOR for application information.

Note that if you use DIGITAL POT (Remote Function (parameter 23)), the drive ignores terminal 12 and Preset Speeds are not used to set the speed setpoint. Use the following chart to determine which of the seven Preset Speeds are in control. For example, if you connect terminals 12 and 7, the speed setpoint established by the PRESET SPEED 1 parameter will be used by the drive: Terminals Connected 12 to 7 13 to 7 12 and 13 to 7 14 to 7 14 and 12 to 7 14 and 13 to 7 14 and 12 and 13 to 7 Preset Speed Set 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Proportional Gain
Specifications
Parameter Number: 25 Mnemonic: PROPORTIONAL GN Range of Adjustment: 0 to 32,767 Run Locked?: No Factory Setting: 0 Refer to Remote Function (parameter 23), PI REGULATOR for application information.

Jog Speed
Specifications
Parameter Number: 33 Mnemonic: JOG SPEED Range of Adjustment: Between Minimum Speed and Maximum Speed Run Locked?: No Factory Setting: 0 The Jog function can only be activated via the terminal strip when the drive is in REMOTE mode. If the drive is at 0 speed or decelerating due to a Stop command, and Jog contact is closed (terminal 11 is connected to terminal 7) and run enable is closed (terminal 8 connected to terminal 7), the drive will start and go to the Jog Speed you set with this parameter. When the jog contact is opened, the drive will go back to previous speed command or next highest priority speed command.

Preset Speeds 1 through 7


Specifications
Parameter Number: 26 to 32 Mnemonic: PRESET SPEED x
where x is a value of 1 to 7

Range of Adjustment: Between Minimum Speed and Maximum Speed. Run Locked?: No Factory Setting: 0 These parameters define speeds actuated by a remote signal. If the drive is in the KEYPAD mode, it will not respond to Preset Speed or Jog terminal block connections. If the drive is in REMOTE mode, Preset Speed terminal block connections override the 0-10 V or 4-20 mA speed follower. For a more complete explanation of the priority interaction, refer to Remote Function (parameter 23), Priority Interaction in REMOTE Mode.

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Jump Speeds 1 through 3


Specifications
Parameter Number: 34 to 36 Mnemonic: JUMP SPEED x LO
where x is a value of 1 to 3

DC Injection Braking
Specifications
Parameter Number: 38 Mnemonic: DC BRAKE TIME Range of Adjustment: 0 to 16 sec Run Locked?: No Factory Setting: 0.0 sec This parameter defines how long in seconds that DC injection braking lasts. When DC current is injected into the windings of an induction motor, the motor acts as a brake. Approximately 20% braking torque is injected for the period of time set by this parameter when the motor speed drops below 5 Hz.

Range of Adjustment: Minimum Speed to Maximum Speed Run Locked?: No Factory Setting: 0 These parameters set jump speeds which are used to avoid operating at speeds that create problems with mechanical resonance. The jump speeds, combined with Jump Width (parameter 37), create frequency windows. The drive can accelerate or decelerate smoothly through the windows, but will not stop at any frequency within a window. Jump frequency windows are illustrated in the graph shown below.

Relay 1 and Relay 2


Specifications
Parameter Number: 39 and 40 Mnemonic: RELAY 1 or RELAY 2 Range of Adjustment: One of the following eight functions can be selected for each of the two relays: READY, RUN, REVERSE, KEYPAD, AT SPEED, ZERO SPEED, LOAD LIMIT, OVERLOAD WARNING Run Locked?: Yes Factory Setting: Relay 1: RUN Relay 2: AT SPEED RELAY 1 defines the relay function when drive is in RUN mode. RELAY 2 defines the relay function when drive is at speed.

Jump Width
Specifications
Parameter Number: 37 Mnemonic: JUMP WIDTH Range of Adjustment: 0 to Maximum Speed Run Locked?: No Factory Setting: 0 This parameter allows you to define the band width of frequencies around each jump speed where the drive will not operate continuously.
hz 133 106 79 53
Jump Speed 2 Jump Width Jump Speed 3

26
Jump Speed 1

0 0 26 53 79 106 133 hz

ETN-JUMP SPD

Typical Jump Speed Graph

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Analog Output 1 and Analog Output 2


Specifications
Parameter Number: 41 and 42 Mnemonic: ANALOG OUTPUT 1 or
ANALOG OUTPUT 2

Stop Profile
Specifications
Parameter Number: 45 Mnemonic: STOP PROFILE Range of Adjustment: COAST or RAMP Run Locked?: No Factory Setting: RAMP This parameter allows you to choose whether the motor will coast to a stop or ramp down to a stop per the appropriate deceleration time and profile.

Range of Adjustment: One of the following six functions can be selected for each of the two available analog outputs: SPEED, FREQUENCY, LOAD, CURRENT, MOTOR VOLTS, POWER Run Locked?: Yes Factory Setting: Output #1: SPEED Output #2: LOAD This parameter defines the two analog output function units.

Load Inertia
Specifications
Parameter Number: 46 Mnemonic: LOAD INERTIA Range of Adjustment: 0 to 100 Run Locked?: Yes Factory Setting: 20 This parameter adjusts the internal speed regulator based on the inertia of the load. For higher inertia loads, the user should set this parameters value higher. When tuning this parameter, it is most practical to change the setting in increments of 10 to 20 units. The value 20 is intended to equal 2 times connected inertia.

Number of Restart Attempts Before Lockout


Specifications
Parameter Number: 43 Mnemonic: RESTART ATTEMPTS Range of Adjustment: 0 to 255 Run Locked?: Yes Factory Setting: 0 This parameter defines the number of times the drive will attempt to restart after a trip. If this number is exceeded, the drive faults and the appropriate fault designation is shown on the LCD. Entering 0 disables auto restart. The restart counter is reset every 60 minutes.

Forward/Reverse
Specifications
Parameter Number: 47 Mnemonic: REVERSE DIR. Range of Adjustment: DISABLE or ENABLE Run Locked?: Yes Factory Setting: ENABLE This parameter allows you to enable or disable the F/R button on the keypad.

Time Between Restart Attempts


Specifications
Parameter Number: 44 Mnemonic: RESTART DELAY Range of Adjustment: 1.0 to 300.0 sec Run Locked?: Yes Factory Setting: 5 This parameter defines the amount of time the drive waits between auto restart attempts.

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Enable Select Key


Specifications
Parameter Number: 48 Mnemonic: SELECT KEY Range of Adjustment: DISABLE or ENABLE Run Locked?: Yes Factory Setting: ENABLE This parameter allows you to disable the Select button and lock the drive into REMOTE or KEYPAD operation.

Start Into Spinning Motor


Specifications
Parameter Number: 51 Mnemonic: SPINNING MOTOR Range of Adjustment: DISABLE or ENABLE Run Locked?: Factory Setting: No DISABLE

This parameter should be disabled when you run multiple motors from the same drive. If this parameter is enabled, the drive will search for the speed of the motor in the commanded direction. If the speed is not found, the drive will search in the opposite direction of the commanded direction. If the speed is still not found, the drive will assume the motor is at rest and initiate a normal start. Therefore, a 1 to 3 second delay in start time will occur when the Start Into Spinning Motor parameter is enabled. If only one motor is connected to the drive, you can enable the parameter so the drive catches the load at the speed it is running and ramps it to the last speed command issued by the drive. If the motor is turning in the reverse direction to the last command sent by the drive, the drive will catch the motor, ramp it down to 0 Hz, and ramp it up to the speed and direction last commanded by the drive.

Efficiency Optimization
Specifications
Parameter Number: 49 Mnemonic: EFFICIENCY OPT Range of Adjustment: ENABLE or DISABLE Run Locked?: No Factory Setting: DISABLE Selecting ENABLE makes the motor run more efficiently by reducing flux in the motor for centrifugal loads, but reduces the motors ability to change load quickly. Use ENABLE whenever possible (i.e., unless motor stalls) to save energy.

Power Up Restart
Specifications
Parameter Number: 50 Mnemonic: POWER UP RESTART Range of Adjustment: DISABLE or ENABLE Run Locked?: No Factory Setting: DISABLE Selecting ENABLE makes the drive restart after waiting the period of time set in Parameter 44 (RESTART DELAY) if power is applied in the REMOTE mode with the Start and Stop/Run Enable inputs closed. Selecting DISABLE requires a transition on the Start or Stop/Run Enable inputs for the drive to restart.

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Fault History
Specifications
Parameter Number: 52 Mnemonic: LAST FAULT, or LAST FAULT TIME, or PREVIOUS FAULT or PREV. FAULT TIME or FIRST FAULT or FIRST FAULT TIME Range of Adjustment: N/A Run Locked?: N/A Factory Setting: N/A

Password
Specifications
Parameter Number: 53 Mnemonic: PASSWORD Range of Adjustment: 0 to 65535 Run Locked?: No Factory Setting: 0 This parameter sets password protection. The password is set by changing from 0 to any other value. To change the password to a new value: 1. Scroll to the Password parameter, see Section 3, Selecting the Parameter to set. 2. Enter the current password. See Section 3, Changing the Parameter Settings. 3. Press the Setup button. 4. To change the password, press the Up or Down buttons until the new password appears. 5. Press the Setup button. Changing the password to 0 clears the password. If you enter a password, begin making changes, and then walk away, there will be a time out if there is no keypad activity within a five minute period. Then you must reenter the password in order to change parameter settings. Remember to put your password in a safe place. If you forget the password you set, contact your local Cutler-Hammer distributor who can reestablish your password with special operation.

This parameter aids in troubleshooting by displaying the most recent fault that has occurred, the fault just prior to the most recent fault, and the first fault that has occurred. When a fault occurs, the drive enters the FAULT mode. In the FAULT mode, the Fault indicator is illuminated, the keypad is put into SCROLL mode and the last fault is displayed. If you press the Up or Down buttons you can scroll through the parameters, starting with the fault display. If you press the Operate button, the two Operation Displays, specified by the Upper and Lower parameters, will appear. The Fault indicator remains lit until you resolve the problem and press the Start or Stop button. The upper line on the LCD will display one of the messages shown in the Range of Adjustment column. The lower line displays the fault or time (elapsed time in hours, resets to 0 when 6553.5 hours are exceeded) message.

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SECTION 5

Troubleshooting
This section of your Instruction Manual describes what to do if your drive indicates there is a problem. After you review this section, you will understand: How to display fault messages on your keypad. How to run your drive in OPEN LOOP TEST Mode. How to interpret fault messages. Checking DC Bus Voltage.

Caution

Make sure you read, understand and follow all of the Safety Statements in the Safety section of this manual before you troubleshoot your Adjustable Frequency Drive.

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TROUBLESHOOTING
This section of your Instruction Manual describes what to do if a fault occurs. When a fault occurs, the drive enters the FAULT mode. In the FAULT mode, the Fault indicator is illuminated, the keypad is put into scroll mode and the last fault is displayed. If you press the Up or Down buttons you can scroll through the parameters, starting with the fault display. If you press the Operate button, the two Operation Displays, specified by the Upper and Lower parameters, will appear. The Fault indicator remains lit until you clear the problem and press the Start or Stop button. Use the following procedure to display the last, previous, and first fault messages. As you display each message, jot it down so you can try to remedy the problem. After you have recorded all of the messages go to the next section, Solutions to Drive Problems.

Step 1. When your drive discovers a problem, the Fault indicator comes on and the Run indicator goes out. The LAST FAULT that was detected by the drive appears on the lower line of the LCD as shown in the example to the right.

Cutler-Hammer
RUN FAULT

SETUP Scroll Change Settings Forward Reverse

F/R

OPERATE
START UP

Keypad Remote SELECT


STOP DOWN

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Step 2. Press the Setup button. (If an ENTER PASSWORD message appears, See Section 3, Using Your Keypad, for information on entering the password.) Step 3. Press the Up or Down button to display the PREVIOUS FAULT and FIRST FAULT messages that were stored by the drive. Note that the values of the LAST FAULT TIME, PREV. FAULT TIME, and FIRST FAULT TIME are expressed as elapsed time (shown in hours, resets to zero when elapsed time exceeds 6553.5 hours).

Cutler-Hammer
RUN FAULT

SETUP Scroll Change Settings Forward Reverse

F/R

OPERATE
START UP

Keypad Remote SELECT


STOP DOWN

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After you display the fault messages, you are ready to try to remedy the problems. An easy-to-use chart will help you quickly locate the possible causes to the problem. It also lists remedies you should try before you call for service. The column labeled Message lists all of the fault messages that can be displayed on the keypad. The column labeled Possible Causes lists all of the things that might cause the message to appear. You will note that some of the possible causes are listed for more than one message. This can occur when a situation, such as a conveyor jamming, causes several situations, such as motor overload and inverter overload, to occur simultaneously. The column labeled Suggested Remedies lists the things you can try before you call for service. Note that you cannot correct some of the situations yourself. In these cases, call for service is the only option listed. If you exhaust all of the solutions and still get fault messages, call Cutler-Hammer for service. Refer to the Toll Free number on the back cover of this manual to speak to a Cutler-Hammer service representative.

Running In Open Loop Test Mode


You might want to run your drive without a motor connected during troubleshooting (this is called the OPEN LOOP TEST Mode): 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Apply power to the drive. Press the Operate button, (the Operate LCD is lights). Jumper terminal 7 to 8 and terminal 7 to 15. Press and hold the Operate button and press the Start button. Release both buttons.

In the OPEN LOOP TEST Mode the keypad LCD displays the output voltage, speed, and frequency. Load and current values should be zero. Note that if you try to connect a motor to a drive in the OPEN LOOP TEST Mode, the drive will trip after 5 seconds and display Motor Fault. The drive will also trip on Motor Fault if you try to run with no motor connected in the default CLOSED LOOP Mode. To return to the default CLOSED LOOP Mode, press the Stop button.

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Message
IGBT SAT

Possible Causes
An IGBT has pulled out of saturation as a result of a very low impedance short. The short may be in the drive, braking circuit, or motor. 1. Motor leads shorted or grounded. 2. Motor shorted or grounded. 3. Over current condition. Instantaneous current has exceeded two times rated current.

Suggested Remedies
If fault recurs, contact your Cutler-Hammer service representative.

GROUND FAULT

1. Check motor leads. 2. Try different motor. 3. Reduce load on motor. 1. Check for problems on input line circuit such as input line transients. See Section 2, Input Line Considerations and Specifications. 2. Check for motor problems.

OVER CURRENT

DC LINK LOW

This indicates that the internal DC bus has dropped too low for safe operation.

1. Make sure each input line voltage phase is present (Drive terminals L1, L2, and L3). 2. Check for excess line impedance.

DC LINK HIGH

This indicates that the internal DC bus is too high for safe operation.

1. Check for high line voltage at each input phase (Drive terminals L1, L2, and L3). 2. Check for regenerative load.

A/D OFFSET ERROR

Analog sensing circuits cannot auto-calibrate.

If fault recurs, contact your Cutler-Hammer service representative.

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Message
MOTOR FAULT

Possible Causes
1. Excessive load on motor. 2. Motor leads are open. Heat sink has exceeded 198F (92C): 1. Ambient temperature high. 2. Blocked air flow. 3. Fan not operating. 4. Excessive load on motor. 5. Impedance below 1%.

Suggested Remedies
1. Reduce load on motor. 2. Check motor leads.

HS OVER TEMP

1. Compare room air temperature to specifications. 2. Check for blocked air flow. 3. Check fan operation. 4. Reduce load on motor. 5. Install 1% line reactor. Reset external fault contact.

EXTERNAL FAULT

1. External fault line has been opened. 2. Inadequate resistors in optional Dynamic Brake package. Motor Related Parameter keypad entries are inconsistent. Example: Maximum Speed is lower than Minimum Speed. Indicates calculated motor temperature has exceeded rating EEPROM in drive circuit failed.

MOTOR PARAM FAULT

Check the Motor Related Parameters. See Section 4, Using The Parameters, for the ranges of these parameters. Reduce load on motor.

THERMAL OVERLOAD

EE PROM FAIL

Replace drive, contact your Cutler-Hammer service representative. 1. Check for high line voltage at each input phase is present (Drive terminals L1, L2, and L3). 2. If this display occurs on a 240V AF93/IS903, please contact your Cutler-Hammer service representative.

SINGLE PHASE

Excessive load on single phase input

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TROUBLESHOOTING
Step 1. Set a digital volt meter to read DC volts, and use the 0 to 1000V scale. Step 2. Connect the digital volt meter between the A and B terminals of the capacitor assembly as shown in Fig. 5-1. Step 3. Monitor the bus voltage until it reaches zero volts DC.

Danger High Voltage

Internal parts of the drive are at line voltage when AC power is connected to input terminals. This voltage is extremely dangerous and can cause death or serious injury. When the supply is disconnected from the input terminal block, it will take up to 10 minutes before the DC bus capacitors are discharged to a safe voltage. To ensure the voltage is safe, monitor the capacitor discharge with a digital voltmeter connected between the A and B terminals on the capacitor assembly as described. Do not work on the drive until the capacitors have completely discharged. Do not attempt to discharge the capacitors by short circuiting the bus.

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Checking DC Bus Voltage


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Cap Assy

Red Led Indicates Dangerous Voltage

See Note 1

DVM

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

See Note 2
BRAKE- BRAKE+ INDBR+ L1 L2 L3 T1 T2 T3

Note 1: Place DVM Between "A" and "B" (On 2-5 Hp and 7.5 Hp, 480 volt units, A is Negative; On 7.5 Hp , 240 volt and 10-25 Hp units A is Positive Terminal). Note 2: These terminals supplied on 7.5 Hp, 240 volt and 10-25 Hp units. These terminals are not included on 7.5 Hp, 480 volt units shipped after November 6, 1996.
ETN-93 BUSVOLT

Checking the DC Bus Voltage Figure 5-1

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Appendix
About This Section
This section of your Instruction Manual provides the following reference material: AF93/IS903 Parameters List - Numerical Order AF93/IS903 Parameters List - Alphabetical Order Keypad Template (for custom mounting)

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Parameter (LCD Display)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 Upper Display (UPPER DISPLAY) Lower Display (LOWER DISPLAY) Speed Setpoint (SPEED SETPOINT) Minimum Speed (MIN SPEED) Maximum Speed (MAX SPEED) Minimum Potentiometer Reference (MIN POT REF) Maximum Potentiometer Reference (MAX POT REF) Minimum Analog Reference (MIN ANALOG REF) Maximum Analog Reference (MAX ANALOG REF) Accel/Decel Mode (ACCEL/DECEL MODE) Accel Time (ACCEL TIME) Decel Time (DECEL TIME) Accel/Decel2 or Jog (ACCEL2 OR JOG) Accel Time 2 (ACCEL TIME 2) Decel Time 2 (DECEL TIME 2) Rated Motor Volts (RATED VOLTS) Motor Hp Rating (RATED HP) Rated Motor Current (RATED CURRENT) Rated Input Frequency (RATED FREQUENCY) Rated Nameplate Speed (RATED SPEED) Rated Motor Efficiency (RATED EFFICIENCY) Load Limit (LOAD LIMIT) Remote Function (REMOTE FUNCTION) Integral Gain (INTEGRAL GAIN) Proportional Gain (PROPORTIONAL GN) Preset Speed #1 (PRESET SPEED 1) Preset Speed #2 (PRESET SPEED 2)

Factory Setting
SPEED LOAD 0 50 RPM 1800 RPM 10% 90% 0% 100% LINEAR 5 sec 5 sec JOG 5 sec 5 sec Drive Rated Drive Rated Drive Rated 60 Hz Motor Dependent 85% 150% Constant Torque 110% Variable Torque SPEED FOLLOWER 0 0 0 0

Customer Setting

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Parameter (LCD Display)
28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 Preset Speed #3 (PRESET SPEED 3) Preset Speed #4 (PRESET SPEED 4) Preset Speed #5 (PRESET SPEED 5) Preset Speed #6 (PRESET SPEED 6) Preset Speed #7 (PRESET SPEED 7) Jog Speed (JOG SPEED) Jump Speed 1 (JUMP SPEED 1 LO) Jump Speed 2 (JUMP SPEED 2 LO) Jump Speed 3 (JUMP SPEED 3 LO) Jump Width (JUMP WIDTH) DC Injection Braking (DC BRAKE TIME) Relay 1 (RELAY 1) Relay 2 (RELAY 2) Analog Output #1 (ANALOG OUTPUT 1) Analog Output #2 (ANALOG OUTPUT 2) Number of Restart Attempts Before Lockout (RESTART ATTEMPTS) Time Between Restart Attempts (RESTART DELAY) Stop Profile (STOP PROFILE) Load Inertia (LOAD INERTIA) Forward/Reverse (REVERSE DIR.) Enable Select Key (SELECT KEY) Efficiency Optimization (EFFICIENCY OPT) Power Up Restart (POWER UP RESTART) Start Into Spinning Motor (SPINNING MOTOR) Fault History (FAULT HISTORY) Password (PASSWORD)

Factory Setting
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 sec RUN AT SPEED SPEED LOAD 0 5 RAMP 20 ENABLE ENABLE DISABLE DISABLE DISABLE

Customer Setting

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Parameter (LCD Display)
11 14 10 13 41 42 38 12 15 49 48 52 47 24 33 34 35 36 37 46 22 2 9 7 5 8 6 4 Accel Time (ACCEL TIME) Accel Time 2 (ACCEL TIME 2) Accel/Decel Mode (ACCEL/DECEL MODE) Accel/Decel2 or Jog (ACCEL2 OR JOG) Analog Output #1 (ANALOG OUTPUT 1) Analog Output #2 (ANALOG OUTPUT 2) DC Injection Braking (DC BRAKE TIME) Decel Time (DECEL TIME) Decel Time 2 (DECEL TIME 2) Efficiency Optimization (EFFICIENCY OPT) Enable Select Key (SELECT KEY) Fault History (FAULT HISTORY) Forward/Reverse (REVERSE DIR.) Integral Gain (INTEGRAL GAIN) Jog Speed (JOG SPEED) Jump Speed 1 (JUMP SPEED 1 LO) Jump Speed 2 (JUMP SPEED 2 LO) Jump Speed 3 (JUMP SPEED 3 LO) Jump Width (JUMP WIDTH) Load Inertia (LOAD INERTIA) Load Limit (LOAD LIMIT) Lower Display (LOWER DISPLAY) Maximum Analog Reference (MAX ANALOG REF) Maximum Potentiometer Reference (MAX POT REF) Maximum Speed (MAX SPEED) Minimum Analog Reference (MIN ANALOG REF) Minimum Potentiometer Reference (MIN POT REF) Minimum Speed (MIN SPEED)

Factory Setting
60 sec 60 sec LINEAR JOG SPEED LOAD 0 60 sec 60 sec DISABLE ENABLE

Customer Setting

ENABLE 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 150% Constant Torque 110% Variable Torque LOAD 100% 90% 1800 RPM 0% 10% 50 RPM

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Parameter (LCD Display)
17 43 53 50 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 25 19 18 21 16 20 39 40 23 3 51 45 44 1 Motor Hp Rating (RATED HP) Number of Restart Attempts Before Lockout (RESTART ATTEMPTS) Password (PASSWORD) Power Up Restart (POWER UP RESTART) Preset Speed #1 (PRESET SPEED 1) Preset Speed #2 (PRESET SPEED 2) Preset Speed #3 (PRESET SPEED 3) Preset Speed #4 (PRESET SPEED 4) Preset Speed #5 (PRESET SPEED 5) Preset Speed #6 (PRESET SPEED 6) Preset Speed #7 (PRESET SPEED 7) Proportional Gain (PROPORTIONAL GN) Rated Input Frequency (RATED FREQUENCY Rated Motor Current (RATED CURRENT) Rated Motor Efficiency (RATED EFFICIENCY) Rated Motor Volts (RATED VOLTS) Rated Nameplate Speed (RATED SPEED) Relay 1 (RELAY 1) Relay 2 (RELAY 2) Remote Function (REMOTE FUNCTION) Speed Setpoint (SPEED SETPOINT) Start Into Spinning Motor (SPINNING MOTOR) Stop Profile (STOP PROFILE) Time Between Restart Attempts (RESTART DELAY) Upper Display (UPPER DISPLAY)

Factory Setting
Drive rated 0 0 DISABLE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 60 Hz Drive Rated 85% Drive Rated 1800 RPM RUN AT SPEED SPEED FOLLOWER 0 DISABLE RAMP 5 SPEED

Customer Setting

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AF93/IS903 Keypad Template


APPENDIX
Mounting Holes (4 Each); Use M4 x 10 mm Phillips Screw With SEMS/Split Lockwasher. (Insert Screws From Back.) Thru Hole In Panel, Approx. 3/8", Required. 0.208" [5.29 mm] 4.173" [106.00 mm] Door Cutout Size = 3.69" [93.73 mm] W x 3.004" [76.30 mm] H 0.210" [5.32 mm]

3.904" [99.15 mm]

3.484" [88.50 mm]

3.671" [93.24 mm]

4.590" [116.58 mm]

4.357" [110.67 mm]

0.075" [1.90 mm]

0.986" [25.04 mm] 0.496" [12.59 mm] 0.116" [2.95 mm] 0.450" [11.44 mm] 4.587" [116.52 mm] 3.69" [93.73 mm] W X 3.004" [76.30 mm] H
AF93-KYBDTEMP

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Index
Note that parameters are listed with the notation parameter and the LCD Display is on the second line of the listing within parenthesis (). For example:
Accel Time 2, parameter; 4-4, 4-15, A-2, A-4 (ACCEL TIME 2) 1 1% Input Line Reactor; S-3, 2-6, 2-35 100% I Limit; 5-2 3 3% and 5% Input Line Reactors; 2-6 A Accel Time, parameter; 4-4, 4-15, A-2, A-4 (ACCEL TIME) Accel Time 2, parameter; 4-4, 4-15, A-2, A-4 (ACCEL TIME 2) Accel/Decel Mode, parameter; 4-4, 4-15, A-2, A-4 (ACCEL/DECEL MODE) Accel/Decel2 or Jog, parameter; 4-4, 4-16, A-2, A-4 (ACCEL2 OR JOG) ACCEL/DECEL 2, Range of Adjustment; 4-4, 4-16 A/D OFFSET ERROR, fault message; 5-4 AF93/IS903 Associated Drive Motor; S-3, 2-5 Drive Components; S-3 Options; 2-6 AF93/IS903 Circuit Breaker; 2-6, 2-12 Input Line Considerations and; 2-12 Lockable Motor Disconnect; 2-6 Agency Standards; 2-39 cUL; 2-39 IEC-22G; 2-39 NEMA-ICS 3.1; 2-39 UL Standard 508C; 2-39 UL Standard 840; 2-39 Alert Symbol; S-1 to S-2 Align Motor; 2-18 Align Motor and Machinery and; 2-18 Ambient Operating Conditions; 2-38 Analog and Digital Conductor Routing; 2-14 Input Line Routing and; 2-14 Using Cable Trays; 2-14 Using Conduit; 2-14 Analog and Digital Conductor Wiring Output Power Conductor Routing and; 2-14 Analog and Digital Signal Considerations; 2-14, 2-15 Analog and Digital Conductor Wiring and; 2-14 Analog and Digital Signal Wiring and; 2-14 Analog and Digital Signal Wiring; 2-14, 2-17 Grounding Requirements and; 2-14 Materials and; 2-14 Shielded Cable and; 2-14 Wire Size and; 2-14 Analog I/O Signal Transient Protection; 2-38 Analog Inputs; 2-38 ANALOG LOAD LIM, Range of Adjustment; 4-4, 4-13, 4-15, 4-17 and 4-18 Analog Outputs; 2-38 Analog Output #x, parameter; 4-9, 4-23, A-3, A-4 (ANALOG OUTPUT x) ANSI C62.41; 2-36 Application Considerations; S-3, 2-6 and 2-7 AF93/IS903 Adjustable Frequency Drive Options and; 2-6 Motor Selection and; 2-7 Applying AC Power; 2-19 Article 500; S-3, 2-39 National Electric Code and; S-3, 2-39 ASTM D999; 2-39 ASTM-896; 2-39 AT SPEED, Range of Adjustment; 4-7, 4-8, 4-23 Authority Having Jurisdiction; 2-8 Available Options; 2-6 1%, 3 % and 5% Input Line Reactors; 2-6 AF93/IS903 Circuit Breaker; 2-6, 2-12 Dynamic Braking; 2-29 and 2-30, 5-5 Average Operating Motor Current; 2-7

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INDEX
B Branch Circuit Overload Protection Selection; 2-8 Bus Voltage; S-3, 5-4 Buttons Down; 3-2, 3-5, 3-10 to 3-12, 4-4, 4-13, 4-25, 5-2 Forward/Reverse; 3-2, 3-8 and 3-9, 4-10, 4-23 Select; 3-2, 3-4, 3-6, 4-10, 4-24, A-3 and A-4 Setup; 3-3, 3-5, 3-10 to 3-13, 4-25 Start; 3-2, 3-6, 4-25, 5-2 Stop; 3-2, 3-7, 4-25, 5-2 Up; 3-2, 3-5, 3-10 to 3-12, 4-4, 4-13, 4-25, 5-2 C Cable; 2-12 to 2-14, 2-17 Cable Trays; 2-12 to 2-14, 2-17 Analog and Digital Conductor Routing and; 2-12 to 2-14 Input Line Routing and; 2-12 to 2-14 Output Power Conductor Routing and; 2-12 to 2-14 Cat. No; 2-35 Catalog Number Decoding; 2-40 Caution; S-1, S-2, S-4, 2-17 and 2-18, 3-1, 5-1 Electrostatic Discharge; S-4, 2-17 Heed All Safety Statements; 2-18, 3-1, 5-1 Meaning of; S-2 OSHA 1910.219; 2-18 Change settings indicator; 3-3, 3-10, 3-12 CHANGE SETTINGS, mode; 3-2 and 3-3, 3-5 Changing Parameter Settings; 3-11 thru 3-15 Check List; 2-15 to 2-20 Circuit Breaker; 2-6, 2-12 Lockable Motor Disconnect; 2-6, 2-12 Class A Digital Device; 2-39 COAST, Range of Adjustment; 4-10, 4-23 Code Requirements; 2-8, 2-13 and 2-14 Branch Circuit Overload Protection and; 2-8 Input Line Conductor Selection and; 2-8 Output Power Conductor Sizing and; 2-13 Codes; S-2 to S-4, 2-8, 2-13 and 2-14, 2-39 Article 500 NEC; S-3, 2-39 Conduit; 2-12 to 2-14, 2-16 Analog and Digital Conductor Routing and; 2-14 Ground Connections and; 2-8 Input Line Routing and; 2-12 Output Power Conductor Routing and; 2-13 Connect Wiring; 2-17 Connection Diagrams; 2-29 to 2-33 Continuous Current Rating; 2-7 Control Wiring; 2-14 Analog and Digital Conductor Routing and; 2-14 Cooling Air; 2-38 Cooling Capacity of Motor; 2-7 Corrosive Atmosphere, Protection From; 2-4, 2-39 Corrosive Environment; 2-39 CSA; S-3 cUL; 2-39 CURRENT, Range of Adjustment; 4-3, 4-9, 4-13, 4-23 D Danger; S-1 to S-3, 5-6 Explosive Atmosphere; S-3 Meaning of; S-2 Danger High Voltage; S-2, S-3, 5-6 Bus Voltage; S-3, 5-6 General Precautions; S-2 DC Bus Capacitors; S-3 High Voltage Danger and; S-3 Checking DC Bus Voltage and; 5-6 and 5-7 DC Injection Braking, parameter; 4-6, 4-20, A-3 and A-4 (DC BRAKE TIME) DC LINK HIGH, fault message; 5-4 DC LINK LOW, fault message; 5-4 DC Voltmeter; S-3, 5-6 and 5-7 Measuring Bus Voltage and; S-3, 5-6 and 5-7 Decel Time, parameter; 4-4, 4-16; A-2, A-4 (DECEL TIME) Decel Time 2, parameter; 4-4, 4-16; A-2, A-4 (DECEL TIME 2) Diagnostic Messages; 2-36 Digital I/O Signal Transient Protection; 2-38 Digital Inputs; 2-38 Digital Outputs; 2-38 DIGITAL POT, Range of Adjustment; 4-5, 4-18, 4-20 and 4-21 DISABLE, Range of Adjustment; 4-10, 4-23 and 4-24 Disconnect Device; S-3 Down button; 3-2, 3-5, 3-10 to 3-12, 4-4, 4-13, 4-25, 5-2 Drawings; 2-22 to 2-33, 4-19 Component Identification for 2, 3, and 5 Hp Frame Size; 2-26 Component Identification for 7.5 and 10 Hp Frame Size; 2-27 Connection Drawing for 2, 3, and 5 Hp Frame Size; 2-29 Connection Drawing for 7.5, 10, 15, and 20 Hp Frame Size; 2-28 Input/Output Terminal Block Connections for 2-Wire Start/Stop Control; 2-33 Input/Output Terminal Block Connections for 3-Wire Start/Stop Control; 2-32 Mounting Dimensions for 2, 3, and 5 Hp Frame Size; 2-22 Mounting Dimensions for 7.5 and 10 Hp Frame Size; 2-23 Mounting Dimensions for 15 and 20 Hp Frame Size; 2-24 Mounting Options for Adequate Ventilation; 2-25 PI Control Application Example; 4-19 Drive Motor; S-3 Dynamic Braking; 2-29 and 2-30, 5-5 E EE PROM FAIL, fault message; 5-5 Efficiency Optimization, parameter; 4-10, 4-24, A-3 and A-4 (EFFICIENCY OPT) ELAPSED TIME, Range of Adjustment; 4-3, 4-13 Electrostatic Discharge; S-4, 2-17 Caution; S-4, 2-17 Emergency Stop Requirements; S-3

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EMI; 2-39 EMI Susceptibility; 2-39 ENABLE, Range of Adjustment; 4-11, 4-23 and 4-24 Enable Select Key, parameter; 4-10, 4-24, A-3 and A-4 (SELECT KEY) Enclosure Selection; S-4, 2-5, 2-40 Environment Specifications; 2-38 Explosive Atmosphere; S-3, 2-39 EXTERNAL FAULT, fault message; 5-5 External Fault Signal; 5-5 F FCC Part 15B; 2-39 Fault History, parameter; 4-11, 4-25, A-3 and A-4 (FIRST FAULT, FIRST FAULT TIME, LAST FAULT, LAST FAULT TIME, PREVIOUS FAULT, PREV. FAULT TIME) Fault indicator; 3-2, 3-5, 5-2 FAULT, mode; 3-2, 3-6 and 3-7, 4-7, 4-25, 5-2 Fault messages, displaying 5-2 Fault messages, how to use chart 5-3 Fault messages, suggested remedies A/D OFFSET ERROR; 5-4 DC LINK HIGH; 5-4 DC LINK LOW; 5-4 EE PROM FAIL; 5-5 EXTERNAL FAULT; 5-5 GROUND FAULT; 5-4 HS OVER TEMP; 5-5 IGBT SAT; 5-4 MOTOR FAULT; 5-5 MOTOR PARAM FAULT; 5-5 OVER CURRENT; 5-4 THERMAL OVERLOAD; 5-5 FIRST FAULT, Range of Adjustment; 4-11, 4-25 FIRST FAULT TIME, Range of Adjustment; 4-11, 4-25 Follower; 4-5, 4-16, 4-18, 4-20 Forward command, explanation of 3-8 Forward command, issuing a 3-8 Forward indicator; 2-19, 3-2, 3-8, 3-9 Forward/Reverse button 3-2, 3-8 Forward/Reverse, parameter; 4-10, 4-23, A-3 and A-4 (REVERSE DIR.) FREQUENCY, Range of Adjustment; 4-3, 4-9, 4-13, 4-23 Frequency Range; 2-36 G General Specifications; 2-36 to 2-40 Agency Standards; 2-39 Analog Inputs; 2-38 Analog Outputs; 2-38 Analog/Digital Transient Protection; 2-38 Digital Inputs; 2-38 Digital Outputs; 2-38 EMI Susceptibility; 2-39 Frequency Range; 2-36 Input Line Conditions; 2-36 Input Line Transients; 2-36 Operating Environment; 2-38 Shock and Vibration; 2-39 Terminal Block; 2-37 Ground Conductor Size; 2-8 GROUND FAULT, fault message; 5-4 Grounding; S-2, S-4, 2-8, 2-17 High Voltage Danger and; S-2 Grounding Connections; 2-8 Ground Conductor Sizing and; 2-8 Material Selection and; 2-8 Motor Frames and Operator Control Stations; 2-8 Guards; S-3, S-4, 2-17 Warning of; S-3 H H2S; 2-4, 2-39 HS OVER TEMP, fault message; 5-5 Handling of Drive After Delivery; 2-4, 2-15 Harmonic Content of Input Current; 2-8, 2-11 Harmonic Distortion; 2-6, 2-8, 2-36 Harmonic Voltage Distortion; 2-11 Input Line Impedance and; 2-11 Line Current Harmonic Content and; 2-11 Harmonic Voltage Distortion; 2-11, 2-36 Relationship to Input Line Impedance and; 2-11 Hazardous Environment; 2-39 Hazardous Line Voltage; S-2 Warning of; S-2 Heat Dissipation; 2-39 Heavy Equipment Handling; S-4, 2-4 Heavy Equipment Handling, Warning of; S-4, 2-4 Horsepower; 2-7 Horsepower Rating; 2-7 I IEC; S-3, 2-36 and 2-39 IEC - 22G; 2-39 IEC 801; 2-38 and 2-39 IEEE; S-3, 2-36 IEEE Standard 446; 2-36 IGBT SAT, fault message; 5-4 Independent Testing Laboratory Logo; 2-35 Indicators Change settings; 3-3, 3-10, 3-12 Fault; 3-2, 3-5, 5-2 Forward; 3-2, 3-7, 3-8 Keypad; 3-2, 3-4 Remote; 3-2 Reverse; 3-2, 3-7, 3-8 Run; 3-2, 3-6, 5-2 Scroll; 3-3

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Initial Startup; 2-19 Input Current; 2-8, 2-13, 2-36 Input Line Conditions; 2-36 Input Line Conductor Selection; 2-8, 2-10 Code Requirements and; 2-8 Input Current and; 2-8 Input Terminal Wire Size Capacity and; 2-8, 2-10 Input Voltage and; 2-8 Material Requirements and; 2-8 Runs Over 300 Feet and; 2-8 Input Line Considerations; 2-8 to 2-12 AF93/IS903 Circuit Breaker and; 2-12 Branch Circuit Overload Protection and; 2-8 Grounding Connections and; 2-8 Harmonic Distortion and; 2-11 Input Line Conductor Sizing and; 2-8 Input Line Impedance and; 2-8 and 2-9, 2-11 Input Line Routing and; 2-12 Isolation Transformers and; 2-12 Line Fuses and; 2-12 Multiple Conductor Wiring and; 2-12 Power Factor Correction and; 2-12 Standby Power Generation and; 2-12 Input Line Current; 2-8, 2-11 Input Line Impedance and; 2-8 Motor Efficiency and; 2-8 Motor Power Factor and; 2-8 Input Line Impedance; S-3, 2-6, 2-8, 2-9, 2-11, 2-36 Harmonic Content of Input Current and; 2-8, 2-11 Harmonic Voltage Distortion and; 2-11 Input Current and; 2-8 Input Line Reactor and; S-3, 2-6 Need For Calculation of; 2-6, 2-9, 2-11 Range of; S-3, 2-6, 2-8, 2-11 Rated Output Voltage and; 2-8 Warning of; S-3 Input Line Reactor; S-3, 2-6 Input Line Impedance and; S-3, 2-6 Need for; S-3, 2-6 Input Line Routing; 2-12 Analog and Digital Wiring and; 2-12 Output Power Wiring and; 2-12 With Cable Trays; 2-12 With Conduit; 2-12 Input Line Transients; 2-36 Install Motor and Related Equipment; 2-18 Installation Check List; 2-15 to 2-19 Pre-Installation and; 2-15 Rough-In Enclosures and; 2-16 Rough-In Wiring and; 2-16 Connect Wiring; 2-17 Install Motor and Related Equipment; 2-18 Initial Startup; 2-19 Installation Tasks; 2-15 to 2-19 Integral Gain, parameter; 4-5, 4-18 and 4-19, 4-21, A-2, A-4 (INTEGRAL GAIN) Intermittent Current Rating; 2-7 Intermittent Operating Motor Current; 2-7 Isolation Transformers; 2-12 Input Line Considerations and; 2-12 J Jog Speed, parameter; 4-6, 4-21, A-3 and A-4 (JOG SPEED) JOG, Range of Adjustment, 4-4, 4-16 Jump Speed x, parameter; 4-6, 4-22, A-3 and A-4 (JUMP SPEED x LO) Jump Width, parameter; 4-6, 4-22, A-3 and A-4 (JUMP WIDTH)

K Keypad; 1-2, 2-7, 2-16, 3-5, 5-3, 5-5 to 5-6 During Initial Startup; 3-5 Keypad features Change settings indicator; 3-3, 3-10, 3-12 Down Button 3-2, 3-5, 3-10 to 3-12, 4-4, 4-13, 4-25, 5-2 Fault indicator; 3-2, 3-5, 5-2 Forward indicator; 3-2, 3-7, 3-8 Forward/Reverse button 2-2 Keypad indicator; 3-2, 3-4 LCD; 3-2 Remote indicator; 3-2 Reverse indicator; 3-2, 3-7, 3-8, 3-9 Run indicator; 3-2, 3-6, 5-2 Scroll indicator; 3-3 Select button; 3-2, 3-4, 3-6, 4-10, 4-24, A-3 and A-4 Setup button; 3-3, 3-5, 3-10 to 3-13, 4-24 Start button 3-2, 3-6, 4-25, 5-2 Stop button 3-2, 3-7, 4-25, 5-2 Up button 3-2, 3-5, 3-10 to 3-12, 4-4, 4-13, 4-25 Keypad indicator; 3-2, 3-4 Keypad, tips on using 2-5 KEYPAD, mode; 3-2, 3-8, 4-4, 4-13, 4-21, 4-24

L LAST FAULT, Range of Adjustment; 4-11, 4-25 LAST FAULT TIME, Range of Adjustment; 4-11, 4-25 LCD; 1-2, 3-1 to 3-5, 3-10 to 3-13, 4-11, 4-13, 4-23, 5-2 Line Current Harmonic Content; 2-11 Input Line Impedance and; 2-11 Line Distortion; 2-36 Line Fuses; 2-12 Input Line Considerations and; 2-12 Line Impedance (See Input Line Impedance) LINEAR, Range of Adjustment; 4-4, 4-15 LOAD, Range of Adjustment; 4-3, 4-9, 4-13, 4-23 Load Inertia, parameter; 4-10, 4-23, A-3, A-4 (LOAD INERTIA) Load Inertia, Range of Adjustment; 4-10, 4-23, A-3, A-4 LOAD LIMIT, Range of Adjustment; 4-7, 4-8, 4-22

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Load Limit, parameter; 4-5, 4-17, A-2, A-4 (LOAD LIMIT) Local Codes; S-3 Local Regulations; S-2 Lower Display, parameter; 4-3, 4-13, A-2, A-4 (LOWER DISPLAY) Horsepower Requirements and; 2-7 Installation Requirements and; S-3, 2-13, 2-18 Manufacturers Ratings and; S-3, 2-7, 2-13, 2-18 NEMA Design B and; 2-7 Operation Above 60 Hz and; S-3, 2-7 Operation at Reduced Speed and; 2-7 Selection of; S-3, 2-7, 2-13 Three Phase and; 2-7 Torque Rating and; 2-7 Mounting Dimensions and Options; 2-22 to 2-25 Multiple Conductor Wiring; 2-12 N Nameplate; S-3, 2-7, 2-8, 2-13, 2-18, 2-34 Nameplate Identification; 2-35 Nameplate Speed; S-3 National Electric Code (NEC); S-2, S-3, 2-8 Article 500 and; S-3 NEC; S-3, 2-8, 2-13 NEMA; S-3, 2-5, 2-38, 2-39 and 2-40 NEMA - ICS 3.1; 2-39 Nominal HP; 2-35 Non-Standard Frequency; 2-19 Non-Standard Voltage; 2-19 Notice; S-1 to S-2 Number of Restart Attempts Before Lockout, parameter; 4-10, 4-23, A-3, A-5 (RESTART ATTEMPTS)

M Max. Ambient; 2-35 Maximum Analog Reference, parameter; 4-4, 4-14, 4-19, A-2, A-4 (MAX ANALOG REF) Maximum Potentiometer Reference, parameter; 4-14, 4-19, A-2, A-4 (MAX POT REF) Maximum Speed, parameter; 4-4, 4-13, A-2, A-4 (MAX SPEED) Microprocessor Control; 1-1 MIL-STD 202E; 2-39 Minimum Analog Reference, parameter; 4-4, 4-14, 4-19, A-2, A-4 (MIN ANALOG REF) Minimum Potentiometer Reference, parameter; 4-14, 4-19, A-2, A-4 (MIN POT REF) Minimum Speed, parameter; 4-4, 4-13, A-2, A-4 (MIN SPEED) Modes CHANGE SETTINGS; 3-2 and 3-3, 3-5 FAULT; 3-2, 3-6 and 3-7, 4-7, 4-25, 5-2 KEYPAD; 3-2, 4-4, 4-13, 4-21, 4-24 OPERATE; 4-13 REMOTE; 4-7 and 4-8, 4-13 and 4-14, 4-16, 4-20 and 4-21, 4-24 REVERSE; 4-7 and 4-8 RUN; 3-2, 3-6, 4-7, 4-8, 4-13, 4-22 SCROLL; 3-2, 3-3, 3-5, 4-25 STOP; 3-7, 4-7 and 4-8 Monitoring DC Capacitor Discharge; S-3 High Voltage Danger and; S-3 MOTOR FAULT, fault message; 5-5 Motor Frames, Grounding Requirement and; 2-8 Motor Hp Rating, parameter; 4-4, 4-17, A-2, A-4 (RATED HP) Motor Loading; 2-18 MOTOR PARAM FAULT, fault message; 5-5 Motor Rotation; 2-19 During Initial Startup; 2-19 Motor Selection (See Motors) Motor Speed; S-3, 1-1, 2-7, 2-19 During Initial Startup; 2-19 Motor Speed Control; 1-1 Motor Voltage Diagram; 2-18 MOTOR VOLTS, Range of Adjustment; 4-3, 4-9, 4-13, 4-23 Motors; S-1 to S-3, 1-1, 2-7, 2-13, 2-18 Average Operating Motor Current and; 2-7 Cooling Requirements and; 2-7

O OPERATE, mode; 4-13 Operating Environment; 2-38 and 2-39 Ambient Operating Conditions; 2-38 Cooling Air; 2-38 Corrosive Environment; 2-39 Hazardous Environment; 2-39 Heat Dissipation; 2-39 Solvent Withstand; 2-39 Storage Conditions; 2-38 Operation Above 60 Hz; S-3, 2-7 Warning of; S-3 Operation display 3-2, 3-5, 4-3, 4-13, A-2, A-4, A-5 Operators Control Stations, Grounding Requirements and; 2-8 Options; S-3, 2-6 OSHA 1910.219; S-4, 2-18 Output Power Circuit; 2-13 Overcurrent Protection and; 2-13 Output Power Conductor Routing; 2-13 Analog and Digital Wiring and; 2-13 Input Power Wiring and; 2-13 Using Cable Trays; 2-13 Using Conduit; 2-13 Output Power Conductor Sizing; 2-11, 2-13, 2-17 Code Requirements and; 2-13 Material Requirements and; 2-13

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Output Current and; 2-13 Output Terminal Wire Sizing Capacity and; 2-13 Output Voltage and; 2-13 Runs Over 300 Feet and; 2-13 Output Power Considerations; 2-13, 2-15 Output Power Conductor Routing and; 2-13 Output Power Conductor Sizing and; 2-13 Overcurrent Protection and; 2-13 Power Factor Correction and; 2-13 OVER CURRENT, fault message; 5-4 OVERLOAD WARNING, Range of Adjustment; 4-7, 4-8, 4-22 Overcurrent Protection; 2-13 Multiple Motors and; 2-13 One Motor and; 2-13 Output Power Circuit and; 2-13 Overhead Construction, Drive Location and; 2-5, 2-16 Overload; 2-8, 2-13 and 2-14 P Parameters; 1-2, 5-3 Accel Time; 4-4, 4-16, A-2, A-4 (ACCEL TIME) Accel Time 2; 4-4, 4-16, A-2, A-4 (ACCEL TIME 2) Accel/Decel Mode; 4-4, 4-15, A-2, A-4 (ACCEL/DECEL MODE) Accel/Decel2 or Jog; 4-4, 4-16, A-2, A-4 (ACCEL2 OR JOG) Analog Output #x (ANALOG OUTPUT x) DC Injection Braking; 4-6, 4-22, A-3 and A-4 (DC BRAKE TIME) Decel Time; 4-4, 4-16; A-2, A-4 (DECEL TIME) Decel Time 2; 4-4, 4-16; A-2, A-4 (DECEL TIME 2) Efficiency Optimization; 4-10, 4-24, A-3 and A-4 (EFFICIENCY OPT) Enable Select Key; 4-10, 4-24, A-3 and A-4 (SELECT KEY) Fault History; 4-11, 4-25, A-3 and A-4 (FIRST FAULT, FIRST FAULT TIME, LAST FAULT, LAST FAULT TIME, PREVIOUS FAULT, PREV. FAULT TIME) Forward/Reverse; 4-10, 4-23, A-3 and A-4 (REVERSE DIR.) Integral Gain; 4-5, 4-18 and 4-19, A-2, A-4 (INTEGRAL GAIN) Jog Speed; 4-6, 4-21, A-3 and A-4 (JOG SPEED) Jump Speed x; 4-6, 4-22, A-3 and A-4 (JUMP SPEED x LO) Jump Width; 4-6, 4-22, A-3 and A-4 (JUMP WIDTH) Load Inertia; 4-10, 4-23, A-3, A-4 (LOAD INERTIA) Load Limit; 4-5, 4-13, 4-17, A-2, A-4 (LOAD LIMIT) Lower Display; 4-3, 4-13, A-2, A-4 (LOWER DISPLAY) Maximum Analog Reference; 4-4, 4-14, 4-19, A-2, A-4 (MAX ANALOG REF) Maximum Potentiometer Reference; 4-14, 4-19, A-2, A-4 (MAX POT REF) Maximum Speed; 4-4, 4-13, A-2, A-4 (MAX SPEED) Minimum Analog Reference; 4-4, 4-14, 4-19, A-2, A-4 (MIN ANALOG REF) Minimum Potentiometer Reference; 4-14, 4-19, A-2, A-4 (MIN POT REF) Minimum Speed; 4-4, 4-13, A-2, A-4 (MIN SPEED) Number of Restart Attempts Before Lockout, parameter; 4-10, 4-23, A-3, A-5 (RESTART ATTEMPTS) Password; 3-11, 4-11, 4-25, A-3, A-5 (PASSWORD) Power Up Restart; 4-10, 4-24, A-3, A-5 (POWER UP RESTART) Preset Speed #x; 4-5 and 4-6, 4-21, A-2 and A-3, A-5 (PRESET SPEED x) Proportional Gain; 4-5, 4-19, A-2, A-5 (PROPORTIONAL GN) Rated Input Frequency; 4-5, 4-17, A-2, A-5 (RATED FREQUENCY) Rated Motor Current; 4-4, 4-17, A-2, A-5 (RATED CURRENT) Rated Motor Efficiency; 4-5, 4-17, A-2, A-5 (RATED EFFICIENCY) Rated Motor Volts; 4-4, 4-17, A-2, A-5 (RATED VOLTS) Rated Nameplate Speed; 4-5, 4-17, A-2, A-5 (RATED SPEED) Relay x; 4-7 and 4-8, 4-22, A-3, A-5 (RELAY x) Remote Function; 4-5, 4-18 to 4-20, A-2, A-5 (REMOTE FUNCTION) Speed Setpoint; 4-3, 4-13, A-2, A-5 (SPEED SETPOINT) Start Into Spinning Motor; 4-11, 4-24, A-3, A-5 (SPINNING MOTOR) Stop Profile; 4-10, 4-23, A-3, A-5 (STOP PROFILE) Time Between Restart Attempts; 4-10, 4-23, A-3, A-5 (RESTART DELAY) Upper Display; 4-3, 4-13, A-2, A-5 (UPPER DISPLAY) Parameter Settings; 3-10 thru 3-15

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Selecting Parameters; 3-10 Changing Settings; 3-11 thru 3-15 Password, parameter; 3-11, 4-11, 4-25, A-3, A-5 (PASSWORD) PI REGULATOR, Range of Adjustment; 4-5, 4-18 to 4-20 POWER, Range of Adjustment; 4-3, 4-9, 4-13, 4-22 Power Connection Drawing; 2-29 and 2-30 Power Disconnect Device; S-3 Power Factor Correction; 2-12, 2-13 Input Line Considerations and; 2-12 Output Power Considerations and; 2-13 Power Up Restart, parameter; 4-10, 4-23, A-3, A-5 PREV. FAULT TIME, Range of Adjustment; 4-11, 4-25 Pre-Installation; S-3, 2-3 to 2-14 Preset Speed #x, parameter (PRESET SPEED x); 4-5 and 4-6, 4-20, A-2 and A-3, A-5 Pre-Start Alarms; S-3 PREVIOUS FAULT, Range of Adjustment; 4-11, 4-25 Proportional Gain, parameter; 4-5, 4-17, 4-19, A-2, A-5 (PROPORTIONAL GN) Pulse Width Modulation (PWM); 1-1 R RAMP, Range of Adjustment; 4-10, 4-23 Range of Adjustment ACCEL/DECEL 2; 4-4, 4-16 ANALOG LOAD LIM; 4-4, 4-13, 4-17 and 4-18, 4-20 AT SPEED; 4-7, 4-8, 4-22 COAST; 4-10, 4-23 CURRENT; 4-3, 4-9, 4-13, 4-23 DIGITAL POT; 4-5, 4-18, 4-20 and 4-21 DISABLE; 4-10 and 4-11, 4-23 and 4-24 ELAPSED TIME; 4-3, 4-13 ENABLE; 4-10 and 4-11, 4-23 and 4-24 FIRST FAULT; 4-11, 4-25 FIRST FAULT TIME; 4-11, 4-25 FREQUENCY; 4-3, 4-9, 4-13, 4-23 JOG; 4-4, 4-16 LAST FAULT; 4-11, 4-25 LAST FAULT TIME; 4-11, 4-25 LINEAR; 4-4, 4-15 LOAD; 4-3, 4-9, 4-13, 4-23 LOAD LIMIT; 4-7, 4-8, 4-22 LOAD INERTIA; 4-10, 4-23, A-3, A-4 MOTOR VOLTS; 4-3, 4-9, 4-13, 4-23 OVERLOAD WARNING; 4-7, 4-8, 4-22 PI REGULATOR; 4-5, 4-18 to 4-20 POWER; 4-3, 4-9, 4-13, 4-23 PREV. FAULT TIME; 4-11, 4-25 PREVIOUS FAULT; 4-11, 4-25 RAMP; 4-10, 4-23 READY; 4-7, 4-8, 4-22 REVERSE; 4-7, 4-8, 4-22 RUN; 4-7, 4-8, 4-22 S - CURVE; 4-4, 4-15 SPEED; 4-3, 4-9, 4-13, 4-23 SPEED FOLLOWER; 4-5, 4-16, 4-18, 4-20 ZERO SPEED; 4-7, 4-8, 4-22 Rated Input Frequency, parameter; 4-5, 4-17, A-2, A-5 (RATED FREQUENCY) Rated Motor Current, parameter; 4-5, 4-17, A-2, A-5 (RATED CURRENT) Rated Motor Efficiency, parameter; 4-5, 4-17, A-2, A-5 (RATED EFFICIENCY) Rated Motor Volts, parameter; 4-4, 4-17, A-2, A-5 (RATED VOLTS) Rated Nameplate Speed, parameter; 4-5, 4-17, A-2, A-5 (RATED SPEED) Recommended Minimum Input Line Wire Size; 2-10 Recommended Minimum Output Power Wire Size; 2-10 READY, Range of Adjustment; 4-7, 4-8, 4-22 Relay x, parameter; 4-7 and 4-8, 4-22, A-3, A-5 (RELAY x) REMOTE, Range of Adjustment; 4-7, 4-8 Remote Function, parameter; 4-5, 4-18 to 4-20, A-2, A-5 (REMOTE FUNCTION) Remote indicator; 3-2 REMOTE, mode; 4-7 and 4-8, 4-13 and 4-14, 4-16, 4-20 and 4-21, 4-24 Reporting Shipping Damage; 2-2 Reverse indicator; 2-19, 3-2, 3-8 and 3-9 REVERSE, mode; 4-7 and 4-8 REVERSE, Range of Adjustment; 4-7, 4-8, 4-22 RESTART ATTEMPTS, parameter; 4-10, 4-23, A-3, A-5 Rotating Mechanical Equipment; S-4 Loose Fitting Clothing and; S-4 Warning of; S-4 Rough-In Enclosures; 2-16 Rough-In Wiring; 2-16 Run indicator; 3-2, 3-6, 5-2 RUN, mode; 3-2, 3-6, 4-7, 4-8, 4-13, 4-22 RUN, Range of Adjustment; 4-7, 4-8, 4-22 S S - CURVE, Range of Adjustment; 4-4, 4-15 Safe Voltage; S-3 Discharge of DC Bus Capacitors and; S-3 Safety Glasses; S-2, S-4 Safety Statements; S-1 to S-2 Meaning of; S-2 Scroll indicator; 3-3 SCROLL, mode; 3-2, 3-3, 3-5, 4-25 Select button; 3-2, 3-4, 3-6, 4-10, 4-24, A-3 and A-4 Selecting the parameter to set; 3-10, 4-25 Shipping Container, Inspection of; 2-4 Shock and Vibration; 2-39 Shock Hazard Labels; S-2 Short Circuit Capacity; 2-9 Calculation of; 2-9

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Design of Power Distribution System and; 2-9 Example of Calculation; 2-9 Relationship to Full Load Current Rating and; 2-9 Solvent Withstand; 2-39 Source Impedance (See Input Line Impedance) Specifications; S-3, 2-34 to 2-40 General Specifications; 2-36 to 2-40 Nameplate Identification; 2-35 SPEED, Range of Adjustment; 4-3, 4-9, 4-13, 4-22 and 4-23 Speed; S-3, 1-1, 2-5, 3-5, 5-3 to 5-4 Speed Follower; 4-5, 4-16, 4-18, 4-20 SPEED FOLLOWER, Range of Adjustment; 4-5, 4-18 Speed Setpoint, parameter; 4-3, 4-13, A-2, A-5 (SPEED SETPOINT) Standards; 2-36, 2-39 ANSI C62.41; 2-39 ASTM D999; 2-39 ASTM-896; 2-39 FCC Part 15B; 2-39 IEC 801; 2-36 and 2-39 IEEE Standard 446; 2-36 MIL-STD 202E; 2-39 Standby Power Generation; 2-12 Input Line Considerations and; 2-12 Start button 3-2, 3-6, 4-25, 5-2 Start Into Spinning Motor, parameter; 4-11, 4-24, A-3, A-5 (SPINNING MOTOR) Starting your drive 3-6 Stop button 3-2, 3-7, 4-25, 5-2 Stopping your drive 3-7 STOP, mode; 3-7, 4-7 and 4-8 Stop Profile, parameter; 4-10, 4-23, A-3, A-5 (STOP PROFILE) Storage Conditions; 2-38 Storing The Drive; 2-4 T Terminal Block; S-3, 2-14, 2-37, 4-13 Three Phase Motor; 2-7 Three Phase Motors; 1-1 Time Between Restart Attempts, parameter; 4-10, 4-23, A-3, A-5 (RESTART DELAY) THERMAL OVERLOAD, fault message; 5-5 Torque; 1-1, 2-7, 4-5, 4-17, A-2, A-4 Motor Operation at Reduced Speed and; 2-7 Transient Protection; 2-36 U UL; S-3, 2-39 Unpacking The Drive; 2-4 Unusual Operating Requirements; 2-19 Up button; 3-2, 3-5, 3-10 to 3-12, 4-4, 4-13, 4-25 Upper Display, parameter; 4-3, 4-13, A-2, A-5 (UPPER DISPLAY) V Ventilation; 2-22 to 2-25 W Warning; S-1, S-2, S-3, S-4, S-5 to S-6, 2-4, 2-7, 2-16, 2-18 Application and Installation; S-3 Electric Shock; 2-16, 2-18 General Meaning; S-2 Heavy Equipment Handling; S-4, 2-4 Input Line Impedance; S-3 Operation Above 60 Hz; S-3 Rotating Mechanical Equipment; S-4 Where To Locate Drive; 2-5 Wire Size Capacity; 2-8, 2-10, 2-13 Input Terminals; 2-8, 2-10 Output Terminals; 2-10, 2-13 Z ZERO SPEED, Range of Adjustment; 4-7, 4-8, 4-22

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