YASKAWA

YASKAWA AC Drive-Option

INSTRUCTIONS

BRAKING UNIT, BRAKING RESISTOR UNIT
MODEL: BRAKING UNIT CDBRBRAKING RESISTOR UNIT LKEB-

Upon receipt of the product and prior to initial operation, read these instructions thoroughly, and retain for future reference.

YASKAWA

MANUAL NO. TOBP C720600 00C

PREFACE

Braking resistor unit and braking unit are used to consume regenerative energy from motor in the braking resistor unit at deceleration and to improve the transistor inverter braking ability. Before using the braking resistor unit and braking unit, a thorough understanding of this manual is recommended. This instruction manual will be of great help for daily maintenance, inspection and troubleshooting. Inverters to which the braking resistor unit and braking unit can be connected are of the following series: D YASKAWA AC Drive 1000 Series D Varispeed Series

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General Precautions
S Some drawings in this manual are shown with the protective cover or shields removed, in order to describe with more clarity. Make sure all covers and shields are replaced before operating this product. S Since the drawings in this manual are represented examples, some are subject to differ from delivered products. S This manual may be modified when necessary because of improvement of the product, modification or changes in specifications. Such modifications are denoted by a revised manual No. S To order a copy of this manual, if your copy has been damaged or lost, contact your YASKAWA representative. S YASKAWA is not responsible for any modification of the product made by the user since that will void your guarantee.

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NOTES FOR SAFE OPERATION
Read this instruction manual thoroughly before installation, operation, maintenance or inspection of the braking unit and the braking resistor unit. In this manual, NOTES FOR SAFE OPERATION are classified as “WARNING” or “CAUTION.”

WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury to personnel.

CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury to personnel and damage to equipment. It may also be used to alert against unsafe practices. may result in a vital accident in some Even items described in situations. In either case, follow these important notes. NOTE : These are steps to be taken to insure proper operation.

CAUTION

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Failure to observe this warning can result in an electrical shock. Failure to observe this warning can result in personal injury.WIRING WARNING (Ref. S When wiring the emergency stop circuit. The device is suitable for circuits capable of delivering 31. check the wiring thoroughly before operation. Failure to observe this warning can result in an electrical shock or a fire. 27 27 27 27 27 S Short Circuit Current Rating (SCCR) Install adequate branch short circuit protection according to applicable codes. (Ground resistance 200V class: 100Ω or less. 480 Vac maximum (400V Class) and 575Vac (600V Class) or the SCCR rating of the drive it is connected to. 7 . S High voltage exists at all terminals of braking unit and braking resistor unit. page) S Only commence wiring after verifying that the power supply is turned OFF. Failure to observe this warning can result in an electrical shock or a fire. 400V class: 10Ω or less) Failure to observe this warning can result in an electrical shock. Failure to comply could result in damage to the drive. S Wiring should be performed only by qualified personnel. which ever is greater.000 RMS symmetrical Amperes. S Make sure to ground the ground terminal . 240 Vac maximum (200V Class).

S Be sure to connect braking resistors or braking resistor units to the braking units. resulting in malfunction of the inverter. Use properly rated wire in accordance with table 2 on page 31. the fault contact may instantaneously turn ON when the power is turned ON. Otherwise. S Connect braking resistors. If neither braking resistor nor braking resistor unit is connected to a braking unit. a fire can occur. and braking units as shown in the I/O wiring examples. Failure to observe this caution can result in a fire. It may cause semi−conductor elements to be damaged. S Tighten terminal screws to the specified tightening torque. Failure to observe this caution can result in personal injury or a fire. S Do not perform a withstand voltage test of the braking unit and braking resistor unit.CAUTION (Ref. page) S Verify that the rated voltage of the braking unit and the braking resistor unit coincides with the AC power supply voltage. 27 27 27 27 27 8 . braking resistor units.

Failure to observe this caution can result in harmful burns to the body.OPERATION WARNING (Ref. Do not change the settings unnecessarily. 41 41 41 9 . Do not remove the cover while current is flowing. page) S Only turn ON the input power supply after replacing the front cover. 41 CAUTION (Ref. page) S Never touch the heatsink or discharging resistor since the temperature is very high. S Do not check signals during operation. The machine or the inverter may be damaged. S All the constants of the the braking unit and the braking resistor unit have been preset at the factory. Failure to observe this warning can result in an electrical shock.

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11 . They are easily damaged by static electricity. Failure to observe this caution can result in personal injury. S Do not connect or disconnect wires or connectors while power is applied to the circuit. page) S The control PC board employs CMOS ICs. Do not touch the CMOS elements. 46 46 OTHERS WARNING S Never modify the product.CAUTION (Ref. Failure to observe this warning can result in an electrical shock or personal injury and will invalidate the guarantee.

Example of Braking Unit Model CDBR−4045B 12 .WARNING INDICATION A warning label is displayed on the front cover of the braking unit. Follow these instructions when handling the braking unit and the braking resistor unit . as shown below.

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1 LOCATION If the units are temporarily stored or machine stops for an extended length of time. install the units at pollution level 2 or less (UL standard) and in a location to satisfy the following conditions: Figs. 1 to 8 show the external dimensions and the spaces from the periphery. 2.2 INSTALLATION For full use of the braking resistor unit or braking unit functions. 2. S Install the units at such locations that all requirements described in Par. S Ambient temperature: 14 to 104_F.1 “LOCATION” are satisfied. S Clean and dry. S Since the braking resistor unit generates heat. S Free from rainfall and drops of water. 1 to 8 between the units and the periphery.2. Store the units at pollution level 2 or less (UL standard) and under the following conditions. provide sufficient spaces from devices which are weak against heat. −10 to 40_C. 16 . INSTALLATION 2. S Free from corrosive gases and liquids. the following precautions should be taken. S Humidity: 90% RH or less (no condensation) S Free from vibration. S Free from dirt and dust. S Provide the spaces shown in Figs.

2. There will be no problem if they are installed vertically.73 (66.45 (138. 1 to 8.5 (38) 5.87 (20) DIA RUBBER BUSH] Fig.51 (114. −4030B. −4045B 17 . 3.5) 3−LEAD WIRE OUTLET [0.04 (128) 5. −2022B.91 (150) 1.18 (30) OR MORE 5. INSTALLATION S Install the units in the directions shown in Figs.18 (30) OR MORE 4.51 (140) 1.94 (100) OR MORE 3.5) 5. 1 Braking Unit Dimensions in inches (mm) CDBR−2015B.83 (72) 2.43 (138) 1.5) 5.5 (38) 1.94 (100) OR MORE 4−M4 MTG HOLE 2.

57 (167) Fig.39 (10) 1.94 (100) OR MORE 3−LEAD WIRE OUTLET 1.02 (280) 9.5) 2.94 (100) 5.10 (28) DIA RUBBER BUSH 4−M6 MTG HOLE .25 (235) MAIN CIRCUIT TERMINAL M4 2.51 (140) 1.18 (30) OR MORE 1. 2 Braking Unit Dimensions in inches (mm) CDBR−5037B 18 3.14 (29) 3.30 (58.94 (100) OR MORE 1.23 (260) 11.94 (100) 10.97 (50) 3.18 (30) OR MORE 6.19 (55.5) 3.0.

48 (317) MAIN CIRCUIT TERMINAL M5 3.78 (350) 12.18 (30) OR MORE Fig.97 (50) 5.14 (156) 7.44 (36.5) 5.2.94 (100) OR MORE 4.38 (35) DIA RUBBER BUSH 4−M6 MTG HOLE .51 (140) 7.57 (370) 13.10 (28) DIA RUBBER BUSH 2−LEAD WIRE OUTLET 1. 3 Braking Unit Dimensions in inches (mm) CDBR−2045B 19 3.87 (200) 1.37 (111) 3.47 (12) 1.95 (75) 3.09 (180) 1.94 (100) 2.18 (30) OR MORE 6. INSTALLATION 0.86 (98) 2.51 (140) 14.94 (100) OR MORE WIRE OUTLET 1.32 (59) 1.

18 (30) OR MORE 1.87 (200) 7.57 (370) 13. 4 Braking Unit Dimensions in inches (mm) CDBR−2110B 20 3.09 (104) 2.97 (50) (59) 5.0.38 (35) DIA RUBBER BUSH 5.51 (140) 4.32 1.10 (28) DIA RUBBER BUSH 2−LEAD WIRE OUTLET 1.87 (73) 3.5) 14.94 (100) OR MORE 3.18 (30) OR MORE Fig.14 (156) 7.51 (140) 4−M6 MTG HOLE .37 (111) 6.94 (100) OR MORE WIRE OUTLET 1.44 (36.78 (350) 12.09 (180) 1.48 (317) MAIN CIRCUIT TERMINAL M6 4.47 (12) 1.94 (100) 2.

5) 2.45 (138.14 (156) 7. −5110B 21 3.66 (220) 1.5) 1.35 (9) 14. INSTALLATION 1.5) 0.18 (30) OR MORE 7.94 (100) OR MORE 3.44 (36.37 (111) 6.98 (355) 12.95 (75) 5.38 (35) DIA RUBBER BUSH 2.86 (98) WIRE OUTLET 1.87 (200) 1.70 (68.2.09 (180) 8.97 (50) 4.18 (30) OR MORE Fig.48 (317) MAIN CIRCUIT TERMINAL M5 3.57 (370) 13. 5 Braking Unit Dimensions in inches (mm) CDBR−4090B.10 (28) DIA RUBBER BUSH 2−LEAD WIRE OUTLET 1.09 (180) 4−M6 MTG HOLE .94 (100) OR MORE 7.

−5300B 22 3.5) 0.44 (36.94 (100) OR MORE 8.18 (30) OR MORE 8.97 (50) 4.1.48 (317) MAIN CIRCUIT TERMINAL M6 4.18 (30) OR MORE Fig.35 (9) 14.5) 4.57 (370) 13.27 (210) 4−M6 MTG HOLE .09 (104) WIRE OUTLET 1.27 (210) 9.10 (28) DIA RUBBER BUSH 2−LEAD WIRE OUTLET 1.87 (200) 1.67 (118.5) 1.38 (35) DIA RUBBER BUSH 2.84 (250) 1. 6 Braking Unit Dimensions in inches (mm) CDBR−4220B.37 (111) 6.98 (355) 12.94 (100) OR MORE 3.14 (156) 7.16 (156.76 (70) 6.

78 (350) 13.78 (350) 13. INSTALLATION b a b Braking Resistor Unit Model (LKEB−j) 20P7 21P5 22P2 23P7 25P5 27P5 40P7 41P5 42P2 43P7 45P5 47P5 Fig.12 (130) 9.13 (105) 5.19 (335) 13.84 (250) 9.87 (200) 7.24 (260) 13.78 (350) 10.12 (130) 5.19 (335) 13.24 (260) 13.78 (350) 13. 7 Dimensions in inches (mm) A 4.95 (75) 7.19 (335) 10.78 (350) 13.5 to 10HP (0.78 (350) 13.87 (200) 7.87 (200) 1.95 (75) 2.84 (250) B 10.95 (75) 2.12 (130) 5.84 (250) 4.78 (350) C 1.78 (350) 13.97 (50) 2.12 (130) 5.2.19 (335) 13.19 (335) 13.78 (350) 13.78 (350) 13.12 (130) 9.95 (75) 2.83 (275) 13.83 (275) 13.12 (130) 5.95 (75) 7.19 (335) 13.97 (50) 2.19 (335) 13.87 (200) D 10.13 (105) 5.19 (335) E M5 M5 M5 M5 M6 M6 M5 M5 M5 M5 M6 M6 Braking Resistor Unit Dimensions in inches (mm) [for 0.4 to 7.95 (75) 2.5kW)] 23 .19 (335) 13.84 (250) 9.19 (335) 13.

8 Dimensions in inches (mm) A 10.99 (330) 16.77 (426) 16.56 (446) 17.39 (340) 13.38 (543) 21.39 (340) 29.02 (356) 17.78 (350) 13.39 (340) 13.23 (336) 16.48 (266) 14.38 (543) 21.22 (412) 16.56 (446) 17.13 (740) E M8 M8 M8 M8 M6 M6 M8 M8 M8 M8 M8 Braking Resistor Unit Dimensions in inches (mm) [for 15 to 60HP (11 to 45kW)] 24 .56 (446) 17.64 (956) 37.02 (356) 17.13 (740) 29.38 (543) 37.77 (426) 16.56 (446) 13.38 (543) 16.39 (340) 13.80 (325) 13.56 (446) 14.77 (426) 12.77 (426) 16.77 (426) 13.69 (246) 13.80 (325) 12.78 (350) 17.64 (956) C 9.77 (426) D 13.39 (340) 13.Braking Resistor Unit Model (LKEB−j) 2011 2015 2018 2022 4011 4015 4018 4022 4030 4037 4045 Fig.39 (340) 12.64 (956) 37.13 (740) 29.23 (336) 16.99 (330) 12.38 (543) 21.56 (446) B 21.22 (412) 21.38 (543) 21.

5) 0.39 (10) Code No.79 (20) 3. −2022B.39 (10) 11. −4045) with new units (CDBR−2015B. −4030. −2022. an exclusive−use attachment is required.94 (100) 0. Contact your YASKAWA representative.2. −4045B).94 (100) 5.79 (20) 0.24 (260) 0. 9 Mounting Dimensions of Attachment in inches (mm) 25 . −4030B.45 (138.02 (280) 5.: DACT32732−AD Fig. 4−M6 MTG HOLE ATTACHMENT 0.98 (25) 5.13 (105) 0.28(7) 4.91 (150) 3. INSTALLATION 2.3 REPLACEMENT OF CONVENTIONAL BRAKING UNITS WITH NEW UNITS To replace conventional braking units (models CDBR−2015.51 (140) 10.28(7) 0.

Refer to the following table. Table 1 Main Circuit Terminal Symbols New Models © ¨ ¨0 ©0 Conventional Models N P P0 B 26 .The main circuit terminal symbols are different between conventional models and new models.

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2 SECTION NAMES Figs.) © ¨ ¨0 ©0 1 2 5 6 Control Circuit Terminals 1 to 6 Lead Wire Outlet (3 Places: Rubber Bush) Charge Indicator (Charge Lamp) Control Circuit Terminals © ¨ ¨0 ©0 Fig. 10 Braking Resistor Unit Model CDBR−2015B (Terminal Cover and Indicationg Cover Removed) 28 . Calibration Resistor (Adjusted Prior to Shipment) Operation Indicator (Lights when Discharging. 10. Wait 3 minutes until DC Bus capacitors discharge.3. Thermal overload relay protects the braking resistor unit for models LKEB−20P7 to −27P5. Please follow the instructions in the manual before installation or operation. BRAKING UNIT WARNING MODEL:CDBR−2015B 200V CLASS FOR 15kW Power Supply Selection Connector Master/Slave Selection Connector May cause injury or electric shock. and thermal protector protects the braking resistor unit for models LKEB−2011 to −2022 and −4018 to −4045. Disconnect all power before opening front cover of unit. Use proper grounding techniques. 11 and 12 show appearance and each section name of braking unit and braking resistor unit respectively.

2 Braking Resistor Unit Model LKEB−20P7 (Front Cover Removed) 29 . 11 Control Circuit Terminals B.3. 1. WIRING Thermal Overload Relay (Automatically Reset) Lead Wire Outlet (Rubber Bush) Fig. P.

2 Braking Resistor Unit Model LKEB−2022 (Front Cover Removed) 30 .Resistor Thermal Overload Protector Lead Wire Outlet (Rubber Bush) Fig. 1. P. 12 Control Circuit Terminals B.

M5 for Models LKEB−2011 to −2022 or −4018 to −4045.6 Con18−14 (Hi h *3 M4 trol (0.45) (High 15. −4090B. ¨ ¨0 © ©0 1 2 3 4 5 6 31 .90) *1 ( (Model (8−14) equivalent CDBR−2110B. −5110B) M4 21. WIRING 3.75−2) Voltage) (1.50) Braking Unit ( (Models CDBR −2015B.4 ¨ ¨0 Braking Unit 8−6 Main M6 wire or © ©0 (4.7(2.5) 3 6 18−14 (0. *2 M4 for Models LKEB−20P7 to −27P5 or −40P7 to −4015. CDBR 2110B 15. −2022B. and −5300B can reach an operating voltage of 1040 VDC. Please select wire which is suitable for the operating voltage.76) Braking Resistor 12−10 Main B P Unit (3. 2015B 2022B −4030B.7 M5 600V (2.5−5. −4045B. −5300B) trol 4 5 6 (0. *3 Models−5037B. use UL1283 heat−resistant vinyl−insulated wire or equivalent.6 Con.3 CIRCUITS AND WIRING SPECIFICATIONS Table 2 Circuits and Wiring Specifications Wire Size TermiTerminal Name Circuit Wire Type AWG nals Screw (mm2) Main Control Main ¨ © 1 4 2 5 ¨0 12−10 ©0 (3.6 (1.76) M4 15.3. Torque lb⋅in (N⋅m) 13.5−5.75−2) (1.76) j) trol (0.6 (1.75−2) 10−8 (5.1 2 3 18−14 M4 −4220B.45)) (Model LKEB− Con18−14 1 2 M4 15.3 (1.5−8) Max.75−2) *1 For wire size of 8−6 (8−14).5) (M5) *2 (21. −5100B. −5037B) Braking Unit (Model CDBR −2045B.76) vinyl 4 (22) sheathed 43.

4 WIRING PRECAUTIONS (1) Wiring Leading−in Method Lead in the wire through the knockout hole on the unit bottom. Braking Resistor Unit Braking Unit Inverter 32. Since the knockout hole is provided with a rubber bush. separate the units from signal lines which are weak against noise. (2) Separation from Signal Lines Since strong noise component is superimposed on the braking resistor unit and braking unit wiring.3.4ft (5m) or less 32 . 13 Wiring Distance 16. 13. Make sure to bundle the wires between the units. cut the rubber bush central crosswise with a blade and lead the wire through.8ft (10m) or less Fig. (3) Wiring Distance Wiring distance between the braking resistor unit and braking unit or braking unit and inverter must be provided as shown in Fig.

3.or 10Ω or less in 400V class. Be sure to connect braking resistors or braking resistor units to the braking units. NOTE If using another braking resistor instead of YASKAWA braking resistor unit. be sure to protect by thermal overload relay. When it cannot be mounted on a grounded metallic plate. pull out the lead wire from the mounting screw section to ground. S Use the sizes specified in “INTERNAL CONNECTION SPECIFICATIONS” for grounding cables. Connect only braking resistors or Braking Resistor Units (LKEB−XXXX) to Braking Units. 33 . S Braking unit grounding terminal must be provided with the ground resistance of 100Ω or less in 200V class .3.5 INTERCONNECTION Figs.3. “Wiring Precautions” for proper wiring in actual wiring design and work. 14 to 20 show the interconnecting diagrams of the braking unit or braking resistor unit and VS−616G5. 3. Refer to Par. WIRING (4) Grounding Method S Mount the braking resistor unit on a grounded metallic plate.

SA TRX [ The transformer is not necessary for 200V class.Use sequencer to break power supply side on overload relay trip contact of braking resistor unit. # When using the braking resistor unit. remove the common bar between ¨1 and ¨2 terminals (provided as standard) and connect a DC reactor with the terminals. the inverter may not stop within set decel time. 14 For Models CIMR−G5:20P4 to −G5:27P5 (200 V Class 0. set constant L3−04 to “0” (stall prevention selection during decel is disabled). Overload Relay Trip Contact 1 Braking Resistor Unit # B P Short−circuit Bar MC L1 (R) U (T1) V (T2) IM W (T3) L2 (S) L3 (T) Motor ¨1 © B1 B2 ¨ 2 DC Reactor (Option)] 2 MCCB 3−Phase Power Supply R 200 to 230 V 50/60 Hz S or T 380 to 460 V 50/60 Hz [ 400/200 V MC SA THRX VS−616G5 THRX OFF ON MC TRX : Where : is “E” or “V”. If it is not changed.55 to 7. 20 18 Fault Contact Fig.4 to 15 kW) ≈ SA ≈ 34 MC Overload Relay Trip Contact of Braking Resistor Unit Ground (200V Class : 100Ω or less 400V Class : 10Ω or less) 1 2 .5 kW). ] When installing a DC reactor (option). Models CIMR−G5:40P4 to −G5:4015 (400 V Class 0.

MC TRX SA TRX [ When installing a DC reactor (option). the inverter may not stop within set decel time. remove the common bar between ¨1 and ¨2 terminals (provided as standard) and connect a DC reactor with the terminals. B ¨0 P DC Reactor (Option)[ © 3 4 Short−circuit Bar MC L1 (R) U (T1) V (T2) W (T3) L2 (S) L3 (T) Motor IM ¨1 ¨2 ¨3 © Overload Relay Trip Contact MCCB 3−Phase R Power Supply 200 to 230 V S 50/60 Hz T SA : Where : is “E” or “V”.¨ Braking Resistor Unit ] Braking Unit ©0 1 2 Level Detection Use sequencer to break power supply side on overload relay trip contact of braking resistor unit. ] When using the braking resistor unit. 20 18 Fault Contact 3. set constant L3−04 to “0” (stall prevention selection during decel is disabled). 15 kW) ≈ 1 2 ≈ 35 VS−616G5 THRX OFF ON MC MC Overload Relay Trip Contact of Braking Resistor Unit SA Ground (200V Class : 100Ω or less 400V Class : 10Ω or less) THRX . If it is not changed. WIRING Fig. 15 For Models CIMR−G5:2011 to −G5:2015 (200 V Class 11.

Use sequencer to break power supply side on overload relay trip contact of braking resistor unit. If it is not changed. 16 For Models CIMR−G5:2018 to −G5:2022 (200 V Class 18. 22 kW) ≈ ≈ 36 VS−616G5 R 3−Phase Power Supply S 200 to 230 V 50/60 Hz T THRX OFF ON MC MC Overload Relay Trip Contact of Braking Resistor Unit SA THR Ground (200V Class : 100Ω or less 400V Class : 10Ω or less) 1 2 SA . 20 18 Fault Contact Fig. Braking Unit ©0 Level Detection ¨ P Braking Resistor Unit (Option)[ 2 ¨0 B 1 Overload Relay Trip Contact © Short−circuit Bar (Provided as Standard) 3 4 ¨1 ¨2 ¨3 © U (T1) V (T2) W (T3) Cooling Fan IM Motor L1 (R) L2 (S) L3 (T) r (ℓ 1) M (ℓ 2) MCCB MC MC : Where : is “E” or “V”. the inverter may not stop within set decel time. TRX SA TRX [ When using the braking resistor unit.5. set constant L3−04 to “0” (stall prevention selection during decel is disabled).

set constant L3−04 to “0” (stall prevention selection during decel is disabled). SA TRX 20 18 3. WIRING Fault Contact Fig.¨ Braking Resistor Unit (Option)[ 2 ¨0 P Use sequencer to break power supply side on overload relay trip contact of braking resistor unit.5 to 45 kW) ≈ ≈ 37 L3 (T) r (ℓ 1) Voltage Selection (ℓ 2) 460/440/415/ 400/380V 3−Phase R Power Supply 380 to 460 V S 50/60 Hz T 400/200V THRX OFF ON MC MC Overload Relay Trip Contact of Braking Resistor Unit SA THRX VS−616G5 Ground (200V Class : 100Ω or less 400V Class : 10Ω or less) 1 2 . 17 For Models CIMR−G5:4018 to −G5:4045 (400 V Class 18. [ When using the braking resistor unit. Braking Unit ©0 Level Detection B 1 © Short−circuit Bar (Provided as Standard) 3 4 ¨1 ¨2 ¨3 © U (T1) V (T2) W (T3) M Cooling Fan Motor IM L1 (R) L2 (S) Overload Relay Trip Contact MCCB MC SA MC TRX : Where : is “E” or “V”. If it is not changed. the inverter may not stop within set decel time.

¨ P Braking Resistor Unit (Option)[ 2 ¨0 Use sequencer to break power supply side on overload relay trip contact of braking resistor unit. Fault Contact Fig. the inverter may not stop within set decel time. 1A or less) Motor VS−616G5 MC TRX SA TRX : Where : is “E” or “V”. 1A or less 30VDC. Braking Unit Level Detection ©0 B 1 © 3 4 Overload Relay Trip Contact (Thermal Protector Contact: 230VAC. 20 18 [ When using the braking resistor unit. If it is not changed. set constant L3−04 to “0” (stall prevention selection during decel is disabled). 18 ≈ SA For Models CIMR−G5:4055 to −G5:4160 (400 V Class 55 to 160 kW) ≈ 38 MC SA 460/440/415/ 400/380V L3 (T) r (ℓ 1) Voltage Selection 400 (ℓ 2 400) R 3−Phase Power Supply 380 to 460 V S 50/60 Hz T 400/200V THRX OFF ON MC Overload Relay Trip Contact of Braking Resistor Unit THRX Ground (200V Class : 100Ω or less 400V Class : 10Ω or less) 1 2 . 1A or less) MCCB MC L1 (R) L2 (S) W (T3) M Cooling Fan ¨3 © U (T1) V (T2) IM Cooling Fin Overheat Contact (Thermoswitch Contact: 250VAC.

Use sequencer to break power supply side on overload relay trip contact of braking resistor unit. 1A or less) IM Motor MC TRX SA TRX Fault Contact : Where : is “E” or “V”. 1A or less) MCCB MC R 3−Phase Power Supply 200 to 230 V 50/60 Hz S VS−616G5 Cooling Fin Overheat Contact (Thermoswitch Contact: 250VAC. 3. [ When using the braking resistor unit. the inverter may not stop within set decel time. 1A or less 30VDC. set constant L3−04 to “0” (stall prevention selection during decel is disabled). 19 For Models CIMR−G5:2030 to −G5:2075 (200 V Class 30 to 75 kW) ≈ ≈ 39 THRX SA T THRX OFF ON MC Overload Relay Trip Contact of Braking Resistor Unit Ground (200V Class : 100Ω or less 400V Class : 10Ω or less) 1 2 . If it is not changed. ¨ ©0 B Braking Unit Level Detection ¨0 P Braking Resistor Unit (Option)[ © 3 ¨3 © U (T1) V (T2) W (T3) Cooling Fan L1 (R) L2 (S) L3 (T) r (ℓ 1) M MC (ℓ 2) SA 4 1 2 Overload Relay Trip Contact (Thermal Protector Contact: 230VAC. WIRING 20 18 Fig.

¨ Braking Unit © 3 4 Level Detection ¨0 P ©0 B 1 2 Braking Resistor Unit (Option)[ MCCB MC L1 (R) U (T1) L2 (S) V (T2) W (T3) Cooling Fan M ¨1 © ¨3 Overload Relay Trip Contact (Thermal Protector Contact: 230VAC.Use sequencer to break power supply side on overload relay trip contact of braking resistor unit. 1A or less) Cooling Fin Overheat Contact (Thermoswitch Contact: 250VAC. 1A or less) IM Motor SA MC TRX : Where : is “E” or “V”. SA TRX [ When using the braking resistor unit. 20 18 Fault Contact Fig. the inverter may not stop within set decel time. 20 For Models CIMR−G5:4185 to −G5:4220 (400 V Class 185 to 220 kW) ≈ ≈ 40 VS−616G5 MC SA 460/440/415/ 400/380V L3 (T) r (ℓ 1) Voltage Selection 400 (ℓ 2 400) 3−Phase R Power Supply 380 to 460 V S 50/60 Hz T 400/200V THRX OFF ON MC Overload Relay Trip Contact of Braking Resistor Unit Ground (200V Class : 100Ω or less 400V Class : 10Ω or less) THRX 1 2 . set constant L3−04 to “0” (stall prevention selection during decel is disabled). 1A or less 30VDC. If it is not changed.

The following is the setting prior to shipment: S 200V class : 220V S 400V class : 440V S 575V class : 575V For removing the terminal cover and the indicating cover. 4.” 4.4. 41 . “Power Supply Voltage Selection Connector Setting.2. do not readjust the braking unit except in the case described in Par. OPERATION 4. refer to Par.2 POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE SELECTION CONNECTOR SETTING It may be necessary to select power supply voltage selection connector for braking unit according to main circuit power supply type.1 ADJUSTMENT The braking resistor unit and braking unit do not have to be adjusted. Table 3 shows the relationship between the power supply voltage selection connector and braking start voltage. OPERATION 4. 3.1. Especially.

Please follow the instructions in the manual before installation or operation. Terminal Cover and Indicating Cover Removed) 42 . −2022B. 400V class 380V 400V 415V 440V 460V © ¨ ¨0 ©0 1 2 5 6 Fig. Use proper grounding techniques. Disconnect all power before opening front cover of unit. −4030B. −4045B. Wait 3 minutes until DC Bus capacitors discharge.200V class BRAKING UNIT WARNING MODEL:CDBR( 2015B 200V CLASS FOR 15kW 200V 208V 220V 230V May cause injury or electric shock. 21 Braking Unit Power Supply Voltage Selection (Models CDBR−2015B.

−2110B. 22 Braking Unit Power Supply Voltage Selection (Models CDBR−2045B. Indicating Cover Removed) Table 3 200V Class* Power Supply Voltage 230V 220V 208V 200V − Power Supply Voltage Selection Connector and Braking Start Voltage Braking Start Voltage (PN Bus−bar Voltage) 380V (TYP) 365V (TYP) 345V (TYP) 330V (TYP) − 400V Class* Power Supply Voltage 460V 440V 415V 400V 380V Braking Start Voltage (PN Bus−bar Voltage) 760V (TYP) 730V (TYP) 690V (TYP) 660V (TYP) 630V (TYP) 575V Class* Power Supply Voltage 575V − − 500V − Braking Start Voltage (PN Bus−bar Voltage) 950V (TYP) − − 825V (TYP) − *Allowable voltage fluctuation is ±10% 43 . −5110B. OPERATION 200V class 400V class 200V 208V 220V 230V 575V class 380V 400V 415V 440V 460V 500V 575V Fig. −5300B. −4090B.4. −5037B.

4. 2 of the braking units.4 PARALLEL CONNECTION OF BRAKING UNIT For using more than one parallel−connected braking unit. 6 and 1. S Use properly rated wire in accordance with table 2 on page 31. “Parallel Connection of Braking Unit” for details. 4. 10. S Use twisted−pair wires of 1mm or less for connection between 5.) S Braking units have a MASTER/SLAVE selection connector. 4. Refer to Figs. (See Fig.) Select MASTER side only for braking unit 1 and select SLAVE side for braking units 2 and 3. connect and select the connectors as follows.4. 15 and 18 for proper wiring. SLAVE side is selected when more than one braking unit is combined to use and braking start levels must coincide. Use the units without changing the setting. 23. (See Fig. S Connect thermal protector on the braking resistor unit and thermoswitch on the braking unit in parallel.3 MASTER/SLAVE SELECTION CONNECTOR SETTING Selection Connector Setting MASTER side is selected prior to shipment. S Parallel connection of braking unit is possible up to a maximum of 10 units. Refer to Par. 44 .

23 Example of Parallel Connection of Three Braking Units 4. NOTE High voltage is applied to the braking unit. do not operate the unit without cover. At normal operation. BRAKE lamp lights for easy check of operation.5 OPERATION Check that required deceleration characteristics can be obtained. 45 .4. While the braking unit is operating. OPERATION ¨3 © Braking Resistor Overheat Contact (Thermal Relay Trip Contact) Braking Resistor Overheat Contact (Thermal Relay Trip Contact) Braking Resistor Overheat Contact (Thermal Relay Trip Contact) 1 Inverter Unit © ¨ Level Detection P ¨0 MASTER 2 Braking Resistor Unit B © ¨ ©0 1 2 P ¨0 MASTER B ©0 Braking Resistor Unit © ¨ 1 2 B P ¨0 ©0 MASTER Braking Resistor Unit SLAVE SLAVE +15 5 6 P SLAVE 5 6 1 P 1 2 1 2 Braking Unit 2 Braking Unit 3 5 6 2 Braking Unit 1 3 4 Cooling Fin Overheat Contact (Thermoswitch Contact) 3 4 3 4 Cooling Fin Overheat Contact (Thermoswitch Contact) Cooling Fin Overheat Contact (Thermoswitch Contact) Fig.

Set it again. 1 Braking resistor unit overload relay (or thermal p overload protector) trips when not ) i h decelerating.5. Examine the braking conditions again. Examine the braking conditions again. Replace the unit. Braking resistor unit overload relay (or thermal protector) sometimes trips. Fault Status Cause S Without braking unit Inverter built−in main circuit discharging transistor short circuited S With braking unit Braking unit main circuit discharging transistor short circuited Improper braking unit power supply voltage selection connector setting (Power supply voltage > power supply voltage selection position) Insufficient braking resistor unit capacity Improper wiring Braking unit fault Insufficient braking resistor unit capacity Excessive start/stop switching frequency Excessive load inertia Improper combination of braking unit and braking resistor unit Ambient temperature 104_F (40_C) Neither a braking resistor nor a braking resistor unit is connected to the braking unit. Braking unit trips by heat sink overheat. No. Replace the unit. Examine the operating conditions again. The fault contact of a braking unit instantaneously turned ON when the power was turned ON. TROUBLESHOOTING Only authorized personnel should be permitted to perform maintenance and inspections or replace parts. Corrective Action Replace the inverter. Check and repair. 2 Inverter trips at overvoltage (OV). 3 4 5 46 . Connect a braking resistor or braking resistor unit to the braking unit. Reduce it. again Reset.

SPECIFICATIONS 6.8Ω 150 (110) 2110B 1 2022 5 4800W 6.8Ω Note: The above table lists the applicable braking unit and braking resistor unit models for the 200−V class inverter model CIMR−G5j. SPECIFICATIONS 6.5 (0. Braking Torque (10%ED) % 220 125 125 120 125 115 125 125 125 125 125 125 100 120 100 110 120 100 − − 0.6Ω 20 (15) 2015B 1 2015 1 3000W 10Ω 25 (18.4) 20P7 70W 200Ω 1 − − 1 (0.8Ω 75 (55) 2022B 2 2022 2 4800W 6.75) 20P7 1 70W 200Ω − − 2 (1.2) 22P2 1 260W 70Ω − − 5 (3. For other inverter models.5) 2022B 1 2018 1 4800W 8Ω 30 (22) 2022B 1 2022 1 4800W 6.8Ω 120 (90) 2110B 1 2022 4 4800W 6. Example: 200−V Class Inverter Model CIMR−G5j Inverter Max Applicable Motor Capacity HP(kW) Braking Unit Model (CDBR − j) Unit Q’ty Braking Resistor Unit Model (LKEB − j) Resistor Spec.8Ω 100 (75) 2110B 1 2022 3 4800W 6.5) 21P5 1 260W 100Ω − − 3 (2. 47 . Refer to the catalog of the relevant inverter.5) 27P5 1 780W 20Ω 15 (11) 2015B 1 2011 1 2400W 13.5 (5. refer to the catalog of the relevant inverter.1 BRAKING UNIT AND BRAKING RESISTOR UNIT APPLICATION LIST The applicable braking unit and braking resistor unit models differ depending on the inverter model. Unit Q’ty (per unit) Approx.5) 25P5 1 520W 30Ω − − 10 (7.6.8Ω 40 (30) 2015B 2 2015 2 3000W 10Ω 50 (37) 2015B 2 2015 2 3000W 10Ω 60 (45) 2022B 2 2022 2 4800W 6.7) 23P7 1 390W 40Ω − − 7.

48 . For other inverter models.4) 1 (0.Example: 400−V Class Inverter Model CIMR−G5j Inverter Max Applicable Motor Capacity HP(kW) 0.5 (0.6Ω 9600W 13.5) 3 (2.6Ω 9600W 16Ω 9600W 13.6Ω 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 3 4 5 6 12 Approx.5) 15 (11) 20 (15) 25 (18. Braking Torque (10%ED) % 230 130 125 135 135 135 130 135 125 125 125 125 125 125 135 145 100 140 110 110 110 Note: The above table lists the applicable braking unit and braking resistor unit models for the 400−V class inverter model CIMR−G5j.6Ω 6000W 20Ω 9600W 13.5 (5.5) 10 (7.2) 5 (3.6Ω 6000W 20Ω 9600W 13.2Ω 6000W 20Ω 9600W 16Ω 9600W 13. refer to the catalog of the relevant inverter.7) 7. Unit Q’ty (per unit) 70W 750Ω 70W 750Ω 260W 400Ω 260W 250Ω 390W 150Ω 520W 100Ω 780W 75Ω 1040W 50Ω 1560W 40Ω 4800W 32Ω 4800W 27.5) 30 (22) 40 (30) 50 (37) 60 (45) 75 (55) 100 (75) 150 (110) 200 (160) 300 (220) 400 (300) 800 (600) Braking Unit Model (CDBR − j) − − − − − − − − − 4030B 4030B 4030B 4045B 4045B 4030B 4045B 4030B 4220B 4220B 4220B 4220B Unit Q’ty − − − − − − − − − 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 3 1 1 2 4 Braking Resistor Unit Model (LKEB − j) 40P7 40P7 41P5 42P2 43P7 45P5 47P5 4011 4015 4018 4022 4030 4037 4045 4030 4045 4030 4045 4037 4045 4045 Resistor Spec.75) 2 (1.

5 (5.7) 7. Braking Torque (10%ED) % 180 125 140 125 140 140 125 110 110 110 110 105 110 110 100 Note: The above table lists the applicable braking unit and braking resistor unit models for the 575−V class inverter model CIMR−G5j.5) 30 (22) 40 (30) 50 (37) 60 (45) 75 (55) 100 (75) 120 (90) 150 (110) 200 (160) Braking Unit Model (CDBR− j) − − − − − − 5037B 5037B 5037B 5037B 5037B 5110B 5110B 5110B 5300B Unit Q’ty − − − − − − 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 Braking Resistor Unit Resistor Spec.8Ω Approx.2 BRAKING UNIT FOR 575V CLASS APPLICATION LIST Example: 575−V Class Inverter Model CIMR−G5j Inverter Max Applicable Motor Capacity HP(kW) 5 (3. 560W 150Ω 560W 150Ω 750W 100Ω 1100W 75Ω 1500W 50Ω 2300W 40Ω 2800W 38Ω 3900W 33Ω 4900W 27Ω 5900W 22Ω 7200W 18Ω 9800W 13. refer to the catalog of the relevant inverter. For other inverter models.6Ω 12000W 11Ω 15000W 9Ω 21000W 6.5) 15 (11) 20 (15) 25 (18.5) 10 (7.6. 49 . SPECIFICATIONS 6.

6. Applicable See connection examples of Figs. Use sequencer to break power supply side on thermal protector of the braking resistor unit side. −2015B etc. VS−676) Conventional Model VS−616HII/H3 VS−616GII/G3 VS−676 VS−616HII/H3 VS−616GII/G3 VS−676 VS−616HII/H3 VS−616GII/G3 VS−676 VS−616HII/H3 VS−616GII/G3 VS−676 Braking Unit − Braking Resistor Unit Model LKEB−20P7 etc. Model LKEB−2015 etc. Model CDBR−15H etc.3 LIST OF APPLICABLE/NOT APPLICABLE COMBINATIONS WITH CONVENTIONAL MODELS (VS−616HII/ H3. Applicable No thermal protective Not applica. Models CDBR −2015. −2015B etc. VS−616GII/G3. Model LKEB−2015 etc. Model LKEB−4. Models CDBR −2015. Applicable/ Not Applicable Applicable Remarks See connection examples of Fig 14. 50 .function of braking reble sistor unit. 15 to 18.8K etc.

35×200×0. Indoor (protected from corrosive gases and dust) 1000m max. 20V 607 (1.35×380×0.9) to 400V peak 630/660/690/730/760V ±6V Approx. SPECIFICATIONS 6.6.2G at 20 to 50 Hz Wall−mounted enclosed type 31 64 54 59 35 71 22 Location Altitude Ambient Temperature Storage Transportation Temperature Humidity Vibration Protective Configuration Heat Loss (W) 32 38 53 116 * Loading time rate can be used below 10% ED (max.9) to 1000V Charge lamp stays ON until bus voltage drops below 50V. Discharge Current(A) Output characteristics (peak value) * Rated Discharge Current (A) Braking Start Voltage Max. +14 to 104_F (−10 to +40_C) (not frozen) −4 to 140_F (−20 to +60_C) 90%RH (non−condensing) 1G at 10 to less than 20Hz.) 51 .35×500×0. 16V 460 (1. 8V 243 (1. up to 0. 10 sec.4 BRAKING UNIT SPECIFICATIONS Braking Unit Model CDBR− Applicable Motor Output HP (kW) Max.9) to 800V peak Thermostat 825V/ 950V ±8V Approx. Hysteresis Error Power Supply Protective Functions Envionmental Conditions VDC Fin Overheat Power Charge Indication 200V to 300V 2015 B 2022 B 2045 B 2110 B 4030 B 380V to 460V 4045 B 4090 B 4220 B 500V to 575V 5037 B 5110 B 5300 B 20 (15) 40 15 30 (22) 60 20 60 (45) 100 30 150 (110) 40 (30) 40 15 60 (45) 60 18 120 (90) 100 30 300 (220) 57 (37) 40 15 150 (110) 400 (300) 250 80 250 80 100 30 250 80 330/345/365/380V ±3V Approx.

0 600 3.7 1800 11.60 150 1.9 740 4.9 440 5.5 BRAKING RESISTOR UNIT SPECIFICATIONS Model (LKEB − j) 20P7 21P5 22P2 23P7 25P5 27P5 2011 2015 2018 2022 40P7 41P5 42P2 43P7 45P5 47P5 4011 4015 4018 4022 4030 4037 4045 Allowable Allowable Average Average Allowable Dissipated Current Ambient Power (Effective Value) Temperature (W) (A) 30 0.7 1200 7.6Ω 3000W 10Ω 4800W 8Ω 4800W 6.39 60 0.6.7 300 3.2Ω 6000W 20Ω 9600W 16Ω 9600W 13.5 300 2.7 1500 9.0 440 3.5 Specifications 200 to 230V 380 to 460V 460 70W 200Ω 260W 100Ω 260W 70Ω 390W 40Ω 520W 30Ω 780W 20Ω 2400W 13.1 150 1.4 30 0.6 880 11.6Ω 52 .77 89 1.8 880 5.8Ω 70W 750Ω 260W 400Ω 260W 250Ω 390W 150Ω 520W 100Ω 780W 75Ω 1040W 50Ω 1560W 40Ω 4800W 32Ω 4800W 27.0 220 1.7 740 9.20 +14 to 122_F 60 0.9 220 2.7 600 7.39 (−10 ( 10 to +50_C) 89 0.

OF BRAKING UNIT AND BRAKING RESISTOR UNIT (1) Braking Unit Inverter Voltage HP (kW) 20 (15) 30 (22) 200 to 60 (45) 230V 150 (110) 40 (30) 60 (45) 380 to 460V 120 (90) 300 (220) 50 (37) 500 to 150 (110) 575V 400 (300) Model CDBR−2015B CDBR−2022B CDBR−2045B CDBR−2110B CDBR−4030B CDBR−4045B CDBR−4090B CDBR−4220B CDBR−5037B CDBR−5110B CDBR−5300B Code No No. 72600−R2150B 72600−R2220B 72600−R2450B 72600−R21100B 72600−R4300B 72600−R4450B 72600−R4900B 72600−R42200B 72600−R5370B 72600−R51100B 72600−R53000B 53 .6 MODELS AND CODE NOS.6. SPECIFICATIONS 6.

6Ω 3000W 10Ω 4800W 8Ω 4800W 6.5) 30 (22) 40 (30) 50 (37) 60 (45) Resistor Spec.2Ω 6000W 20Ω 9600W 16Ω 9600W 13.5) 200 to 10 (7.5) 3 (2.2) 5 (3.5) 3 (2.6Ω Model LKEB−20P7 LKEB−21P5 LKEB−22P2 LKEB−23P7 LKEB−25P5 LKEB−27P5 LKEB−2011 LKEB−2015 LKEB−2018 LKEB−2022 LKEB−40P7 LKEB−41P5 LKEB−42P2 LKEB−43P7 LKEB−45P5 LKEB−47P5 LKEB−4011 LKEB−4015 LKEB−4018 LKEB−4022 LKEB−4030 LKEB−4037 LKEB−4045 Code No No.5) 30 (22) 1 (0.2) 5 (3.5 (5.5 (5.7) 7. 72600−K2P70 72600−K2010 72600−K2020 72600−K2030 72600−K2050 72600−K2070 72600−K2110 72600−K2150 72600−K2180 72600−K2220 72600−K4P70 72600−K4010 72600−K4020 72600−K4030 72600−K4050 72600−K4070 72600−K4110 72600−K4150 72600−K4180 72600−K4220 72600−K4300 72600−K4370 72600−K4450 54 .5) 380 to 15 (11) 460V 20 (15) 25 (18.5) 10 (7.5) 230V 15 (11) 20 (15) 25 (18. (per unit) 70W 200Ω 260W 100Ω 260W 70Ω 390W 40Ω 520W 30Ω 780W 20Ω 2400W 13.75) 2 (1.(2) Braking Resistor Unit Inverter Voltage HP(kW) 1 (0.8Ω 70W 750Ω 260W 400Ω 260W 250Ω 390W 150Ω 520W 100Ω 780W 75Ω 1040W 50Ω 1560W 40Ω 4800W 32Ω 4800W 27.7) 7.75) 2 (1.

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