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• 15P0095B1 •

SINUS K
FULL DIGITAL INVERTER

USER MANUAL
-Installations InstructionsUpd. 13/06/03 R. 02

English
• This manual is integrant and essential to the product. Carefully read the instructions contained herein as they
and dangerous. The manufacturer is not responsible for possible damages caused by improper, erroneous and irrational uses. • Elettronica Santerno is responsible for the device in its original setting. • Any changes to the structure or operating cycle of the device must be performed or authorized by the Engineering Department of Elettronica Santerno. • Elettronica Santerno assumes no responsibility for the consequences resulting by the use of non-original spareparts. • Elettronica Santerno reserves the right to make any technical changes to this manual and to the device without prior notice. If printing errors or similar are detected, the corrections will be included in the new releases of the manual. • Elettronica Santerno is responsible for the information contained in the original version of the Italian manual. • The information contained herein is the property of Elettronica Santerno and cannot be reproduced. Elettronica Santerno enforces its rights on the drawings and catalogues according to the law. provide important hints for use and maintenance safety.

• This device is to be used only for the purposes it has been designed to. Other uses should be considered improper

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15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL

SINUS K

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Inverters are electronic devices capable of driving asynchronous motors at adjustable speed. The speed of rotation of asynchronous motors depends on the voltage frequency of the motor power supply. To adjust the motor speed, the voltage frequency of the motor power supply must be adjusted accordingly. Inverters are voltage generators capable of adjusting both the voltage value and the relevant frequency value at a time. To enhance the motor operation at any speed value, the simultaneous variation of voltage and supply frequency must be obtained with particular criteria in order not to alter the torque characteristics of the torque produced by the connected motor. Inverters manufactured by ELETTRONICA SANTERNO fully meet these adjustment and control requirements and incorporate a wide range of the latest technologies to fit any application requirement. Available SINUS K models range from 1.3kW to 1200kW. AVAILABLE SINUS K MODELS:

Note: it is possible to change some technical features and to customize the inverter enclosures shown in the picture. The proportion of one enclosure to the other is shown as an example and is not binding.

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SINUS K

15P0095B2
INSTALLATION MANUAL

TABLE OF CONTENTS
GENERAL DESCRIPTION.............................................................................................................................2 TABLE OF CONTENTS................................................................................................................................3 FEATURE LIST .............................................................................................................................................5 CAUTION STATEMENTS .............................................................................................................................7 1 EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION AND INSTALLATION....................................................................................10 1.1 PRODUCTS COVERED IN THIS MANUAL ........................................................................................11 1.2 INSPECTION UPON RECEIPT OF THE GOODS ...............................................................................12 1.3 INSTALLING THE EQUIPMENT........................................................................................................13 1.3.1 Environmental Requirements for the Equipment Installation, Storage and Transport ....................15 1.3.2 Air cooling ..............................................................................................................................16 1.3.3 Size, Weight and Dissipated Power...........................................................................................17 Models STAND-ALONE IP20 and IP00 ..........................................................................................17 Models STAND-ALONE IP54.........................................................................................................18 Models BOX IP54*........................................................................................................................19 Models CABINET IP24 and IP54* ..................................................................................................20 1.3.4 Standard Mounting and Piercing Templates ..............................................................................21 1.3.5 Through-panel Assembly and Piercing templates ......................................................................22 1.4 WIRING .........................................................................................................................................27 1.4.1 Wiring Diagram ......................................................................................................................27 1.4.2 Control Terminals ...................................................................................................................28 1.4.3 Signals and programming on board ES778 (control board).......................................................30 1.4.3.1 Indicator leds ...................................................................................................................31 1.4.3.2 JUMPERS AND DIP-SWITCH .............................................................................................31 1.4.4 Digital input features (Terminals 6 to 15) ..................................................................................32 1.4.4.1 ENABLE (TERMINAL 6)......................................................................................................32 1.4.4.2 START (TERMINAL 7) ........................................................................................................33 1.4.4.3 RESET (TERMINAL 8).........................................................................................................33 1.4.4.4 M.D.I. (Terminals 9 to 13) ................................................................................................33 1.4.4.5 Motor Thermal Protection Input.........................................................................................33 1.4.5 Analog input features (Terminals 2,3,15 and 21) ......................................................................34 1.4.6 Digital output features .............................................................................................................34 1.4.6.1 RELAY OUTPUTS ..............................................................................................................36 1.4.7 Analog Output Features (Terminals 17 and 18) ........................................................................37 1.4.8 Power Terminals Arrangement .................................................................................................37 1.4.9 Cross-sections of Power Connection Wires and Size of Protection Devices ..................................40 1.5 OPERATING AND REMOTING THE KEYPAD ....................................................................................41 1.5.1 Remoting the keypad...............................................................................................................43 1.6 SERIAL COMMUNICATION ............................................................................................................44 1.6.1 General features ..................................................................................................................44 1.6.2 Direct connection .................................................................................................................44 1.6.3 Network connection .............................................................................................................44 1.6.4 Connection..........................................................................................................................45 1.6.5 The software ........................................................................................................................45 1.6.6 Comunication ratings ...........................................................................................................46 2 STARTUP PROCEDURES.........................................................................................................................47 2.1 STARTUP PROCEDURE FOR IFD SOFTWARE ....................................................................................47 2.2 STARTUP PROCEDURE FOR VTC SOFTWARE...................................................................................48 3 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ...............................................................................................................50 3.1 CHOOSING THE PRODUCT...........................................................................................................52 3.1.1 Technical Sheet for LIGHT applications:....................................................................................53 Overload 105%÷120% ....................................................................................................................53 3.1.2 Technical sheet for STANDARD Applications: ............................................................................54 Overload 120÷140% ......................................................................................................................54 3.1.3 Technical sheet for HEAVY Applications: ...................................................................................55

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......................15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K Overload 150%÷175% ...........58 4.....68 4..........4.....81 4.......................................4 Models 4kW-8kW-12kW .2 CARRIER FREQUENCY SETTING (IFD SW only) AND PEAK CURRENT SETTING........62 4..1 Model 56-100Ohm/350W ..................................................................2 Model 75Ohm/1300W ........................................................87 5...............................................................................................................................6 Braking resistors for applications with a branking duty cycle of 50% and 200-240Vac supply voltage ...............66 4................92 5...63 4..................................................94 5...........................................77 4..................1.....................................1......................................................71 4...................................70 4...............................................................................................................................................................5.......2...........3 Models from 1100W to 2200W ...........................................2.....................7 Wiring ................58 4............................................................5........................................1.91 5..................4...70 4............1..................80 4........................................1.79 4.......................4 REACTANCE .......................................................................................................................................................................59 4........................................................................2 Electrical Features .3 REMOTING KIT ....................1..............................................................2..............................1 L2 Reactance ratings ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................2................................................80 4........................................................1....................2..............3 The Cabinet ...............5 Trimmer ...........74 4................5.......76 4......................................95 4/95 ............2..........................1..............4 Encoder Board Terminals ...........................................................2.58 4............80 4................................................................................................6 Encoder Wiring Example ...........................................................................................................67 4....................................1 BRAKING RESISTORS..................3 Braking resistors for applications with a duty cycle of 50% and 380-500Vac Supply voltage....2 Avaible models .......................................................................................................................4 Input and output filters...2 BRAKING MODULE ......................................... .................................86 5 PROVISIONS .........................................1 Braking resistors for applications with branking duty cycle of 10% and 380-500Vac supply voltage .......4.....................2........................................................................2..2 Inductance ratings....................4 Technical sheet for STRONG Applications:......... Environmental Requirements........................4 Braking resistors for applications with a braking duty cycle of 10% and 200-240Vac supply voltage ....................1.......65 4.....................................5.....................................1 RADIOFREQUENCY DISTURBANCE .61 4.................................................... 4KW-64kW.................................1......................................................2....................................4..............................................................................................................................................2 Braking resistors for applications with a braking duty cycle of 20% and 380-500Vac supply voltage ...............................................................1..........1.......................................................................................1..................................................................................................................1.............4...............1.....................1 Application tables.......2...................................56 3.................1..............1...........................5............................................................................................................2....1 Input inductance..57 4 ACCESSORIES..............1 The Mains......82 4...............................................................73 4.3 L4 Single-Phase Reactance Ratings..................................................................................................................2 L4 Reactance ratings ......75 4....................4...................5 Braking resistors for applications with a braking duty cycle of20% and 200-240Vac supply voltage............................................................................................................................5 Models – Box Resistors IP23.................................................71 4................5 ENCODER BOARD ES797/1 ......65 4..............................................94 5.....55 3.....................1...................................................................................................1...................69 4..............................................................................3 Output Reactance................................................................................2 Output Toroid Filters .......................60 4..............1........................................5..........1..........5..............64 4..................................3 Installing the Encoder Board on the Inverter..56 Overload 200% ........................................................81 4........................................

This ensures a greater energy saving.SINUS K FEATURE LIST 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL • One product. In case of equipment failure. Standard power supply: 280VDC ∼ 705VDC. book-like structure allows an easy side-by-side installation. • Automatic control of the cooling system (up to Size S30). three functions: vectorial-modulation IFD software for general-purpose applications (V/f curve) (*). (However. The SINUS K may be installed in cabinets and its system design offers a better price/performance ratio. • No line contactor included. • Window-structured programming menu for an easy and quick control of each functionality. • Managing and programming panel provided with eight function keys. The overall dimensions have been reduced up to 50% in order to install the inverter in small-sized. cabinet: up to 1200kW. • Control panel with LCD display showing full words for an operation parameters. • Noiseless operation ensured by a high modulation frequency programmable up to 16kHz (IFD SW). (*) must be specified when ordered or may be serial programmed over a special connector or may be programmed through JTAG programming interface. easier comprehension of the 5/95 .5kW HEAVY STRONG 15kW 11kW SINUS K • Built-in filters for the whole SINUS K range in compliance with regulation EN61800-3. The new hardware configuration is standard supplied with a safety system including redundant contacts for the inhibition of firing pulses in the power circuit. vectorial-modulation LIFT software for lift applications* (in compliance with EN 81-1 and lift directive) (V/f curve) (NOT COVERED IN THIS MANUAL) (*). light-weight control panels. in compliance with the latest requirements of the safety regulations in force. • Beyond performance enhancement. issue 2 concerning emission limits. (970VDC for cabinet models). sensorless. • Built-in braking module up to Size S30. • Wide range of voltage values and power values for the electrical motor to be connected to any single inverter size. • Integrated motor control through a PTC input. a lower wear of the cooling fans and a weaker noise. the new series of SINUS K models are more compact than the prior models. MODEL LIGHT STANDARD 0025 4TBA2X2 22kW 18. it is possible to adjust the system speed in order not to stop the equipment and to limit dissipated power. vectorial VTC software for high torque demanding performance (direct torque control) (*). • Wide range of supply voltage (200VAC ∼ 500VAC) for stand-alone models and up to 690VAC for cabinet models. Stand-alone model: up to 450kW. A compact. The ventilation system activates only when required and indicates any failures of the cooling fan. respect the specific rules of the field of application).

• Optional field buses of any type (Profibus DP. Can Bus. Ethernet.15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K • Preset parameters for the most used applications.) 6/95 . Device Net. • PC interface for WINDOWS environment with REMOTE DRIVE software in five foreign languages. etc. PLC and control interfaces. • Serial communication RS485 MODBUS RTU for serial links to PC. • PC compiled software for the programming of more than 20 application functions.

ALWAYS PROVIDE A PROPER GROUNDING OF THE MOTOR CASING AND THE INVERTER FRAME. if not correctly performed. this may cause a motor rotation speed up to 16 (sixteen) times the motor rated speed: never use the motor at a higher speed than the max. ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD – Never touch the inverter electrical parts when the inverter is on.SINUS K 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL CAUTION STATEMENTS This section contains safety statements. The ground connection of the motor casing should follow a separate path to avoid possible interferences. allowable speed stated on the motor nameplate. Indicates operating procedures that. always wait at least 5 minutes after switching off the inverter. Wait at least 5 minutes after switching off the inverter before operating on the electrical connection of the motor or the inverter.V. Do not perform electrical connections on the motor or the inverter if the inverter is on. Never perform any operation on the motor when the inverter is on. The non-observance of these safety instructions may cause serious injury or death and equipment failure. -. B) even when the inverter is disabled. starting and operating the inverter. if not carried out. DANGER!! DANGER!! DANGER!! DANGER!! DANGER!! 7/95 . Indicates important hints concerning the equipment operation. Carefully read the instructions below before installing. may cause serious injury or death due to electrical shock. Electrical shock hazard exists on output terminals (U. The inverter may generate an output frequency up to 800Hz (IFD SW). SYMBOLS: DANGER!! Indicates operating procedures that. Only competent personnel must carry out the equipment installation. CAUTION: NOTE: SAFETY STATEMENTS TO FOLLOW WHEN INSTALLING AND OPERATING THE EQUIPMENT: NOTE: NOTE: Always read this instruction manual before starting the equipment.W) and resistive braking module terminals (+. may cause serious equipment failure.

Respect the environmental requirements for the equipment installation. Always use a motor thermal protection (use the inverter motor thermal model or a thermoswitch installed in the motor). -.15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K DANGER!! MECHANICAL MOTION – The inverter determines mechanical motion. B) and to the control terminals. Do not connect the equipment power supply to the output terminals (U. Make sure that the fastening screws of the control terminal board and the power terminal board are properly tightened. In case of alarm trip. even if the motor is installed there. Do not install any contactor between the inverter and the motor.V.W). Do not install the inverter in places exposed to explosion and fire hazard. Do not start or stop the motor using a contactor over the inverter power supply. do not connect any braking resistors with lower ratings than the required ratings. DANGER!! CAUTION: CAUTION: CAUTION: CAUTION: CAUTION: CAUTION: CAUTION: CAUTION: CAUTION: CAUTION: CAUTION: CAUTION: 8/95 . Do not perform any insulation test between the power terminals or the control terminals. Operate the inverter only if a proper grounding is provided. Restart the equipment only after removing the cause responsible of the alarm trip. It is the operator's responsibility to ensure that this does not give rise to any dangerous situation. a comprehensive review of the Diagnostic section in the Programming Manual is recommended. Do not short-circuit terminals (+) and (-) and terminals (+) and (B). Do not connect any power factor correction capacitor to the motor. to the resistive braking module terminals (+. Do not connect single-phase motors.T. Do not connect supply voltages exceeding the equipment rated voltage to avoid damaging the internal circuits. The equipment power supply must be connected only to terminals R.S. EXPLOSION AND FIRE – Explosion and fire hazard exists if the equipment is installed in presence of flammable fumes.

The inverter electronic boards contain components which may be affected by electrostatic discharges. CAUTION: 9/95 . Do not touch them unless it is strictly necessary.SINUS K 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL CAUTION: The bearing surface of the inverter must be capable of withstanding high temperatures (up to 90°C). Always be very careful so as to prevent any damage caused by electrostatic discharges.

The inverters of the SINUS K series are designed and manufactured in Italy by the technicians of Elettronica Santerno. configurable digital inputs (NPN/PNP). vectorial modulation. The inverters of the SINUS K series are provided with the following standard features: power supply from 380-500VAC mains (-10%. built-in braking module up to Size S30. 3 analog inputs 0±10VDC. A comprehensive set of diagnostic messages allows a quick fine-tuning of the parameters during the equipment starting and a quick resolution of any problem during the equipment operation.15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K 1 EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION AND INSTALLATION The inverters of the SINUS K series are full digital inverters for the speed regulation of asynchronous motors up to 1200 kW. the “Machine Directive” and the “Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive”. serial interface RS485 with communications protocol according to standard MODBUS RTU. 2 relay digital outputs with reverse contacts. high immunity to radio interference. EMC filters for industrial environment incorporated in any inverter Size. 1 static. degree of protection IP20 up to Size S40. 4÷20mA. among which: 16-bit multiprocessor control board. “open collector” digital output (optoisolated). 0(4)÷20mA. The inverters of the SINUS K series have been designed and manufactured in compliance with the requirements of the “Low Voltage Directive”. 10/95 . power control with the latest IGBTs. SINUS K inverters fit any application thanks to their advanced features. possibility of AC power supply.+5%) up to 690VAC for SINUS CABINET. possibility of providing IP54 up to Size S30. they incorporate the most advanced features offered by the latest electronic technologies. 0÷20mA. 2 configurable analog outputs 0÷10V. the alphanumeric display and the parameter menus and submenus. EMC filters for domestic environment incorporated in Sizes S05 and S10. 8 optoisolated. high overload capability. Any value of the quantities required for the equipment operation may be easily programmed through the keypad.

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EN55011 gr. 280÷340VDC. EN50082-1. humidity. If the equipment is stored before being started. A for industrial users.2 cl. Degree of protection 0 = IP00 2 = IP203 = IP24 5 = IP54 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 12/95 . Type of power supply T = three-phase S = single-phase(available by request) Braking module X = no braking chopper (optional external braking chopper) B = built-in braking chopper Type of EMC filter: I = no filter. EN 61800-3 issue 2 FIRST ENVIRONMENT Category C2.15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K 1. EN 61800-3 issue 2 FIRST ENVIRONMENT Category C1. EN61800-3-A11. 705÷810VDC. If the equipment is damaged. B for industrial and domestic users. EN55011 gr. contact the supplier or the insurance company concerned. please contact the supplier as soon as possible. EN 61800-3 issue 2 SECOND ENVIRONMENT Category C3. 5 = power supply 500÷575VAC. EN50082-1. 6 = power supply 660÷690VAC. SINUS K 0005 4 T B A2 X 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 Product line: SINUS stand-alone inverter SINUS BOX inverter contained inside a box SINUS CABINET inverter contained inside a cabinet "K" type of control with three types of software installed: IFD = Space vector modulation for general-purpose applications (vectorial modulation PWM with V/f curve) VTC = Vector Torque Control for high torque demanding applications (Sensorless vectorial control with direct torque control) LIFT = Space vector modulation with a special software for lift applications (vectorial modulation PWM with V/f curve) (NOT COVERED IN THIS MANUAL) Inverter size Supply voltage 2 = power supply 200÷240VAC. -2. If the equipment does not comply with the one you ordered. -2. wrong installation. -2. The manufacturer is not responsible for possible faults due to the inverter operation at values exceeding the inverter ratings and is not responsible for consequential and accidental damages. 930÷970VDC. EN50081-2. make sure that the ambient conditions do not exceed the ratings mentioned in Section 1. The equipment guarantee covers any manufacturing defect. The equipment is covered by a 3-year guarantee starting from the date of delivery. 4 = power supply 380÷500VAC. EN50082-1. -2.2 INSPECTION UPON RECEIPT OF THE GOODS Make sure the equipment is not damaged and it complies with the equipment you ordered by referring to the nameplate located on the inverter front part. Control panel X = without control panel K = with control panel. improper conditions of temperature. 16x2 characters LCD display. back-lit. The manufacturer has no responsibility for possible damages due to the inverter transportation or unpacking. EN55011 gr.-2. A2 = integrated filter.1 cl. EN61800-3-A11. or the use of corrosive substances. 530÷705VDC. The manufacturer is not responsible for possible damages or faults caused by improper and irrational uses.1 cl.3 “Installation”). EN50081-1. output toroid filter. A1 = integrated filter. EN61800-3-A11. A for industrial and domestic users. EN50082-1. The inverter nameplate is described below. B = integrated input filter (type A1) plus external.

0 kVA max I nom. EN60204-1 .0 24.1 Inverter Nameplate Example of a nameplate placed on a 200T Sinus K inverter ZZ0097007.2 cl.4 7.4 9.0 30.0 20.0 gr.240V +5/-15% 50/60Hz 33 A Size S10 Output AC3PH 0 240V 26.it MADE IN ITALY 13/95 .AC1 45 A Wire size 10 mmq PERICOLO!: TENSIONE PERICOLOSA FINO A 5 MINUTI DALLA DISALIMENTAZIONE DELL’APPARECCHIATURA DANGER! HAZARDOUS VOLTAGE REMAIS UP TO 5 MINUTES AFTER REMOVING MAIN POWER DANGER! VOLTAGE RESIDU DANGEREUX JUSQU’A 5 MINUTES APRES LE DEBRANCHEMENT DE L’APPAREILLAGE WARNUNG !: NACH ABSCHALTUNG DER EINRICHTUNG STEHT NOCH 5 MINUTEN LANG GEFAEHRLICHE SPANNUNG AN PELIGRO!: VOLTAJE PELIGROSO PERMANECE POR 5 MINUTOS DESPUES DE LA DESACTIVACION DE L’EQUIPO CONSULTARE IL MANUALE DI ISTRUZIONI PRIMA DELL’USO CHECK THE OPERATION MANUAL CONSULTER LE MANUEL D’INSTRUCTION SIEHE DAZU BETRIEBSANLEITUNGEN CONSULTAR EL MANUAL DE ISTRUCCIONES www. 30 A I max 36 A Applicable motor power (kW) Immunity: Motor voltage…light standard heavy stong EN50082-1-2 EN61800-3 ed.2..A Magnetothermic switch 40 A Safety : EN61800-5-1 : EN50178 .2 5.SINUS K 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL 1.elettronicasanterno.8 EN550011 Mot. 72000 72001 72002 IFD VTC LIFT SINUS K 0020 2T BA2K2 Input AC3PH 200. Cur. (A) Fuse 40 A 30. IEC 22/G/109/NP Con.2 Emission : 200-240V 9.

2 380-415V 15 15 11 9. 30 A I max 36 A Applicable motor power (kW) Immunity: Motor voltage…light standard heavy stong EN50082-1-2 EN61800-3 ed.0 24.380 500v +5/-15% 50/60Hz 33 A Size S10 Output AC3PH 0 500V 26.2 cl.0 kVA max I nom. 72000 72001 72002 IFD VTC LIFT SINUS K 0020 4T BA2K2 Input AC3PH 200.0 30. (A) 30.it MADE IN ITALY 14/95 . IEC 22/G/109/NP Fuse 40 A Wire size 10 mmq PERICOLO!: TENSIONE PERICOLOSA FINO A 5 MINUTI DALLA DISALIMENTAZIONE DELL’APPARECCHIATURA DANGER! HAZARDOUS VOLTAGE REMAIS UP TO 5 MINUTES AFTER REMOVING MAIN POWER DANGER! VOLTAGE RESIDU DANGEREUX JUSQU’A 5 MINUTES APRES LE DEBRANCHEMENT DE L’APPAREILLAGE WARNUNG !: NACH ABSCHALTUNG DER EINRICHTUNG STEHT NOCH 5 MINUTEN LANG GEFAEHRLICHE SPANNUNG AN PELIGRO!: VOLTAJE PELIGROSO PERMANECE POR 5 MINUTOS DESPUES DE LA DESACTIVACION DE L’EQUIPO CONSULTARE IL MANUALE DI ISTRUZIONI PRIMA DELL’USO CHECK THE OPERATION MANUAL CONSULTER LE MANUEL D’INSTRUCTION SIEHE DAZU BETRIEBSANLEITUNGEN CONSULTAR EL MANUAL DE ISTRUCCIONES www.0 EN60204-1 .0 20.2 Emission : 440-460V 18 18 14 11 EN550011 gr.A 480-500V 19 19 15 12 Safety : EN61800-5-1 : EN50178 ..elettronicasanterno. Cur. Mot.15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL Example of a nameplate placed on a 400T Sinus K inverter SINUS K ZZ0097007.

water sprinkling or dripping. vibrations. CAUTION: 1. Do not install the equipment in places that do not have the above-mentioned ambient conditions. S TORAGE AND T RANSPORT Operating ambient temperatures Ambient temperatures for storage and transport Installation environment 0-40°C with no derating from 40°C to 50°C with a 2% derating of the rated current for each degree beyond 40°C .25°C .+70°C Pollution degree 2 or higher. make sure that the inverter bearing surface is not heat-sensitive. The inverter must be installed vertically. non condensing and non freezing (class 1k3 according to EN50178).1 E NVIRONMENTAL R EQUIREMENTS FOR THE E QUIPMENT I NSTALLATION . 15/95 .3. From 5% to 95%. non condensing and non freezing (class 3k3 according to EN50178) From 5% to 95%.SINUS K 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL 1. The ambient conditions. CAUTION: CAUTION: Do not install the inverter horizontally or upside-down. derate the output current of 2% every 100m above 1000m (max. The inverter bottom may reach high temperatures. do not install in salty environments. Do not mount any heat-sensitive components on top of the inverter to prevent them from damaging due hot exhaust air. Max. up to 60g/m3. corrosive gases. from 1g/m3 to 25g/m3. Do not install in direct sunlight and in places exposed to conductive dust. Only models with degree of protection IP54 may be wall-mounted.3 INSTALLING THE EQUIPMENT The inverters of the SINUS K series . For higher altitudes. condensation may appear when the equipment is not running (class 2k3 according to EN50178) From 86 to 106 kPa (classes 3k3 and 1k4 according to EN50178) From 70 to 106 kPa (class 2k3 according to EN50178) Altitude Operating ambient humidity Storage ambient humidity Ambient humidity during transport Storage and operating atmospheric pressure Atmospheric pressure during transport CAUTION: Ambient conditions strongly affect the inverter life. the instructions for the mechanical assembly and the electrical connections of the inverter are detailed in the sections below. Up to 1000 m above sea level. 4000m). from 1g/m3 to 25g/m3.degree of protection IP20 – are capable of being installed inside another enclosure. 95%.

Ti Te 5 °C 40 °C 35 °C 16/95 . The air delivery required may be calculated as follows: air delivery Q= (Pdiss/ ∆t)*3.Pte = 2022 W To dissipate Pdiss. Total power to be dissipated within the enclosure Pti: generated by the inverter Pi 2150 W generated by other components Pa 0W Pti = Pi + Pa = 2150 W Temperatures: Max. of the power dissipated by all components installed in the enclosure.8m depth P 0.68 m2 External thermal power dissipated by the enclosure Pte (metallic enclosure only): Pte = 5. Size S05 S10 S15 S20 S30 S40 S50 A – side clearance (mm) 20 30 30 50 100 100 100 B – side clearance between two inverters (mm) 40 60 60 100 200 200 200 C – bottom clearance (mm) 50 60 80 100 200 200 200 D – top clearance (mm) 100 120 150 200 200 300 300 The air circulation through the enclosure must avoid warm air intake. The different sizes of the inverter are considered. SINUS K 0113.15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K 1.3. left : Pdiss. = Pti . Make sure to provide an adequate air cooling through the inverter. Example: Enclosure with no other component installed. / ∆t) x 3.2 A IR COOLING Make sure to allow adequate clearance around the inverter for the free circulation of air through the equipment. provide a ventilation system with the following air delivery Q: Q = (Pdiss. external temperature Difference between Ti and Te ∆t Size of the enclosure (meters): width L 0. The technical data related to dissipated power are shown in the ratings table.5 (m3/h) Pdiss is the sum of the values. internal temperature desired Max. left. expressed in W. clearance to leave with respect to other devices installed near the inverter.5 x ∆t x S = 128 W Pdiss.5 = 1415 m3/h (with reference to ambient temperature of 35°C at 1000m above sea level). The table below shows the min.6m Free external surface of the enclosure S: S = (L x H) + (L x H) + (P x H) + (P x H) + (P x L) = 4. ∆t is the difference between the temperature measured inside the enclosure and the ambient temperature (temperatures are expressed in degrees centigrade).6m height H 1.

2 36 36 51 51 51 51 112 112 112 112 148 148 148 Dissipated power at Inom.3.5 10.5 11.5 33. W 215 240 315 315 315 380 420 525 525 525 820 950 1050 1250 1350 1500 2150 2300 2450 2700 3200 3650 4100 4250 4900 5600 6400 Size SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS MODEL K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K 0005 0007 0009 0011 0014 0017 0020 0025 0030 0035 0040 0049 0060 0067 0074 0086 0113 0129 0150 0162 0179 0200 0216 0250 0312 0366 0399 S05 170 340 175 S10 215 391 216 S15 225 466 331 S20 279 610 332 S30 302 748 421 S40 630 880 381 S50 666 1000 421 D 17/95 .SINUS K 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL 1.5 11. W EIGHT AND D ISSIPATED P OWER AND M O D E L S STAND-ALONE IP20 IP00 L mm H mm D mm Wgt kg 7 7 7 7 7 10.2 33.5 11.2 33.5 22.3 S IZE .

W 215 240 315 315 315 380 420 525 525 525 820 950 1050 1250 1350 1500 2150 2300 2450 2700 Size MODEL S05 245 540 225 S10 290 595 268 S15 305 665 381 S20 359 810 382 S30 382 948 471 18/95 .15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K M O D E L S STAND-ALONE IP54 L mm SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K 0005 0007 0009 0011 0014 0017 0020 0025 0030 0035 0040 0049 0060 0067 0074 0086 0113 0129 0150 0162 H mm D mm Wgt kg 11 11 11 11 11 15 15 16 16 15 32 58 58 58 60 60 70 70 74 74 Dissipated Power at Inom.

SINUS K 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL M O D E L S BOX IP54* Size S05B SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS MODEL BOX BOX BOX BOX BOX BOX BOX BOX BOX BOX BOX BOX BOX BOX BOX BOX K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K 0005 0007 0009 0011 0014 0017 0020 0025 0030 0035 0040 0049 0060 0067 0074 0086 L mm H mm D mm Wgt kg 17 17 17 17 17 32 32 33 33 33 47 87 87 87 89 89 Dissipated power at Inom. Line magnetic circuit breaker with release coil. AVAILABLE OPTIONAL COMPONENTS: Disconnecting switch with line fast fuses. Line input impedance. Additional terminal board for input/output wires. Output toroid filter. Front control through key-operated selector switch for LOCAL/REMOTE control and EMERGENCY push-button. 19/95 . Line contactor in AC1. Motor-side output impedance. Anticondensation resistance. Motor fan-cooling circuit. W 215 240 315 315 315 380 420 525 525 525 820 950 1050 1250 1350 1500 300 400 215 S10B 380 600 355 S15B S20B 380 600 355 600 760 355 *Size and weight may vary depending on optional components required.

Line input impedance. 20/95 . Additional terminal board for input/output wires. Motor-side output impedance. Braking module for size ≥ S40. Motor fan-cooling circuit. Devices PT100 for motor temperature control. Line contactor in AC1. Line magnetic circuit breaker with release coil. Output toroidal filter. AVAILABLE OPTIONAL COMPONENTS: Disconnecting switch with line fast fuses. Optional components by request. W 950 1050 1250 1350 1500 2150 2300 2450 2700 3200 3650 4100 4250 4900 5600 6400 7400 8400 9600 12000 13300 Size SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS MODEL CABINET CABINET CABINET CABINET CABINET CABINET CABINET CABINET CABINET CABINET CABINET CABINET CABINET CABINET CABINET CABINET CABINET CABINET CABINET CABINET CABINET K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K 0049 0060 0067 0074 0086 0113 0129 0150 0162 0179 0200 0216 0250 0312 0366 0399 0457 0524 0598 0748 0831 S20C 600 2000 500 S30C 600 2200 800 S40C 800 2200 800 S50C S60C S70C 1200 2200 1400 2200 1600 2200 800 800 800 * Size and weight may vary depending on optional components required. Front control through key-operated selector switch for LOCAL/REMOTE control and EMERGENCY push-button.15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K M O D E L S CABINET IP24 AND IP54* L mm H mm D mm Weight kg 155 155 155 157 157 188 188 192 192 248 248 257 257 348 348 348 463 463 510 510 510 Dissipated Power at Inom. Anticondensation resistance.

5 6 7 7 9 9 11 D2 12.3.SINUS K 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL 1.5 15 15 20 20 21 Fastening screws M4 M5 M6 M6 M8 M8 M8-M10 21/95 .4 S TANDARD M OUNTING Size SINUS K S05 S10 S15 S20 S30 S40 S50 AND P IERCING T EMPLATES Fixing templates (mm) (standard mounting) X 156 192 185 175 213 540 560 X1 270 280 Y 321 377 449 593 725 857 975 D1 4.

including four holes M4 for the inverter mounting and two slots (142 x 76 mm and 142 x 46 mm) for the air-cooling of the power section.3. the air flow of the power section is segregated from the air flow of the control section through the installation of two optional mechanical parts to be assembled with five self-forming screws M4 (see figure 1. 1. The figure also shows the piercing template of the mounting panel.1: Mounting the accessories for SINUS K S05 through-panel assembly The equipment height becomes 488 mm with the two additional components (see figure 1.PANEL A SSEMBLY SINUS K S05 AND P IERCING TEMPLATES For this inverter size. 1.2: Piercing template of the mounting panel for SINUS K S05 through-panel assembly 22/95 .2).5 T HROUGH .1). Fig. Fig.15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K 1.

The figure shows the piercing template of the mounting panel. A B 45 A B Fig. Nella figura sotto vengono anche riportati la dima di foratura del pannello di sostegno. A special kit is to be assembled on the inverter (see figure 1. diventa di 452 x 238 mm (vedi figura sotto). 13 self-forming screws are used for this type of assembly.3). L’ingombro in pianta dell’apparecchiatura. Fig. e la vista laterale con evidenziati i due flussi d’aria (“A” per la parte di controllo e “B” per la potenza). comprendente 4 fori M5 ed un’asola rettangolare di 218 x 420 mm.3: Mounting the accessories for SINUS K S10 through-panel assembly The overall dimensions of the equipment including the through-panel assembly kit is 452 x 238 mm (see figure below). 1. including four holes M5 and a rectangular slot (218 x 420 mm) as well as the equipment side view with two air flows (air flow “A” for the control section and air flow “B” for the power section). con kit per montaggio passante assemblato.1.SINUS K 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K S10 A through-panel assembly is provided for this inverter size. No.4: Piercing template of the mounting panel for SINUS K S10 through-panel assembly 23/95 .

The piercing template shown in the figure below is to be made on the mounting panel. Measures are shown in the table. Fig.1.15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K SINUS K S15-S20-S30 No additional mechanical component is required for the through-panel assembly of these three SINUS K sizes.5: Through-panel assembly and piercing templates for SINUS K S15. S20. The figure below also shows the side view of the through-panel assembly of the equipment. S50 Inverter size Front and rear projection S1 256 256 257 S2 75 76 164 Slot size for through-panel assembly X1 207 207 270 Y1 420 558 665 Templates for fastening holes X2 185 250 266 Y2 18 15 35 Y3 449 593 715 S15 S20 S30 Thread and fastening screws MX 4 x M6 4 x M6 4 x M8 24/95 . The air flows and the front and rear projections are highlighted as well (see measures in the table).

6 shows 4 screws on one side of the inverter). Fig.7 is to be made on the mounting panel (see relevant measures). The figure also shows the side view of the equipment through-panel assembly. The air flows and the front and rear projections are highlighted as well (with relevant measures).6: Removing the mounting plate from SINUS K S40 for the through-panel assembly The piercing template shown in the figure 1. To disassemble the mounting plate.SINUS K 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K S40 For the through-panel assembly of this inverter size.7: Through-panel assembly and piercing templates for SINUS KS40 25/95 . remove 8 screws M6 (the figure 1.1. Fig.1. remove the bottom mounting plate. The figure below shows how to disassemble the mounting plate.

The air flows and the front and rear projections are highlighted as well (with relevant measures). The figure 1.8 shows how to disassemble the mounting plate.9: Through-panel assembly and piercing templates for Sinus K S50 26/95 . The figure 1. remove 6 screws M8 (the figure shows the three screws in one side of the inverter).8: Removing the mounting plate from SINUS K S50 for the through-panel assembly.15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K S50 SINUS K For the through-panel assembly of this inverter size. Fig.9 also shows the side view of the through-panel assembly of the equipment. 1.1. Fig. remove the bottom mounting plate. The piercing template shown in the figure below (right) is to be made on the mounting panel (see relevant measures). To disassemble the mounting plate.

Size S30 terminals 50 and 48).4.1 W IRING D IAGRAM BRAKING RESISTOR (OPTIONAL) OUTPUT REACTANCE (OPTIONAL) BRAKING MODULE (OPTIONAL) OUTPUT REACTAN (OPTIONAL) THREE-PHASE POWER SUPPLY SERIAL LINE CONNECTOR CURRENT REFERENCE INPUT ANALOG OUTPUTS DIGITAL INPUTS PID INPUT DIGITAL OUTPUTS CURRENT REFERENCE INPUT . Size S50: terminals 51 and 49. .Connection terminals of the external braking module: Size S40: terminals 51 and 52.SINUS K 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL 1. .Connection terminals of the braking resistor: from Size S05 to Size S20 (terminals 47 and 48.4 WIRING 1.Terminals for inverter power supply from DC source: terminals 47 and 49.The wiring diagram relates to the factory setting. OUTPUT FILTER (OPTIONAL) 27/95 . .

P32.111 (DIN44081/ DIN44082) Optoisolated digital input zero volt +24V Imax: 100mA 0∼10V Imax: 4mA. P34. P35. 20 CMA 0V for auxiliary analog input. C30: (factory setting: PID regulator feedback). C45. J10 (NPN/ PNP) J10 (NPN/ PNP) J10 (NPN/ PNP) J10 (NPN/ PNP) J10 (NPN/ PNP) J10 (NPN/ PNP) J10 (NPN/ PNP) J9 (PTC). C47. PTC with respect to BS4999 Pt. C21. C20: (factory setting: CW/CCW). 4-20mA or 0-20mA Resolution: 8 bits 0÷10V Imax: 4mA. C52. P37. C17: (factory setting: Multispeed 1). Active input: inverter running. P33. C18: (factory setting: Multispeed 2). Inactive input: main ref. P18. P36. J6 (voltage/c urrent) P30: (factory setting: Fout). C52 C53. J10 (NPN/ PNP) C61. Inactive input: in neutral regardless of the control mode. P31. multifunction digital inputs Multifunction analog output 1. P34. P25. 28/95 . C25: (factory setting: Multifrequency 3). 8 9 10 11 12 13 RESET MDI1 MDI2 MDI3 MDI4 MDI5 C50. multifunction digital inputs. C14. C23: (factory setting: Multifrequency 1). Multifunction digital input 2. C24. P32. P17. Auxiliary supply for optoisolated. Input for voltage Vref1 main reference.4. P17. Input for voltage Vref2 main reference. J7.15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K 1. C51. J4. P37. P31: (factory setting: Iout). C46. Multifunction digital input 4. P34. C15. Active input: inverter running with IFD control. P16. Active input: the inverter operation is reset after an emergency stop. P33. C26: (factory setting: CW/CCW). P30: (factory setting: Iout). P37. Name 1 2 3 4 6 CMA VREF1 VREF2 +10V ENABLE Description 0V for main reference. Fluxed motor with VTC control. P29. P18. C23. C43. C16. P22. P33. P21. C23. P35. P35. C29. C51. Multifunciton digital input 1. C29. Multifunction digital input 3. C30. P36. 19 INAUX Auxiliary analog input. P32. P36. P35. C19: (factory setting: Multispeed 3). P21. 14 15 17 CMD +24V AO1 0V optoisolated. Supply for external potentiometer. 7 START Optoisolated digital input Optoisolated digital input Optoisolated digital input Optoisolated digital input Optoisolated digital input Optoisolated digital input Optoisolated digital input. 4-20mA o 0-20mA Resolution: 8 bits Vmax: ±10V Rin: 20kΩ Resolution: 10 bits Control board zero volt. Multifunction digital input 5. P37. J5. 18 AO2 Multifunction analog output 2. C27: (factory setting: DCB). I/O Features Control board zero volt Vmax: ±10V.2 C ONTROL T ERMINALS Term. P34. J8 (voltage/c urrent) J3. P28: (factory setting: nout). C53. P22. C48. C24: (factory setting: PID regulator feedback). C21: (factory setting: DCB). is reset and the motor stops with a deceleration ramp. C24: (factory setting: Multifrequency 2). P33. Rin: 40kΩ Resolution: 10 bits + 1 0 V Imax: 10mA Optoisolated digital input Jumpers IFD Parameters VTC Parameters J14 (+/±) P16. P32. P36.

Resolution: 10 bits 0V for current main reference. 250 VAC. P68. P20. P76. P71. P20. LEVEL). P63. P70. P66. P72. P74. P60: (factory setting: SPEED LEVEL). P67. P72. P62: (factory setting: FREQ. Open collector digital output (emitter terminal). P63. 3A 30 VDC. P73. C23. Multifunction digital relay output (NO contact). ON). P71.K. P67. P66. Multifunction digital relay output 2 (NO contact). P75. ON). P76. 3A Control board zero volt Open collector NPN/PNP Vmax: 48V Imax: 50mA 250 VAC. Open collector digital output (collector terminal). P70. P77.K. C30: (factory setting: not used). LEVEL). 3A 30 VDC. P74. C29. P19.SINUS K 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL 21 IREF Input for current main reference (0 Rin: 100Ω 20mA. C24: (factory setting: not used). P65. Multifunction digital relay output 2 (common). 4÷20mA). P77. P61: (factory setting: INV O. 3A P19. Multifunction digital relay output 1 (NC contact). 29/95 . P64. P61: (factory setting: INV O. P75. 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 CMA MDOC MDOE RL1-NC RL1-C RL1-NO RL2-C RL2-NO RL2-NC P60: (factory setting: FREQ. P64. P76. P68. P77. P62: (factory setting: SPEED LEVEL). P75. Multifunction digital relay output 2 (NC contact). Multifunction digital relay output 1 (common). P73. P65. P69. P69.

4.3 S IGNALS BOARD ) AND PROGRAMMING ON BOARD ES778 ( CONTROL SW1 VBLIM=Voltage limiting IMLIM=Current limiting RUN=Inverter enabled L1= +5V on L2= -15V on L4= +15V on J14 J3.J7.J4.J6 J9 J10 J5.15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K 1.J8 30/95 .

red (VBLIM): voltage limiting activation during deceleration. LED L1.2 JUMPERS AND DIP-SWITCH J3 J4 J5 J6 J7 J8 J9 J10 J14 SW1 (1-2) 4-20mA on AO2 (2-3) 0-20mA on AO2 (2-3) V on AO2 (1-2) mA on AO2 (1-2) 4-20mA on AO1 (2-3) 0-20mA on AO1 (1-2) 4-20mA on AO2 (2-3) 0-20mA on AO2 (2-3) V on AO1 (1-2) mA on AO1 (1-2) 4-20mA on AO1 (2-3) 0-20mA on AO1 (2-3) PTC OFF (1-2) PTC ON (1-2) PNP inputs (2-3) NPN inputs (2-3) VREF + reference (1-2) VREF ± reference (on) bias resistors and termination on RS485 enabled (off) bias resistors and termination on RS485 disabled 31/95 .3. “on” if the motor current exceeds the values set in C41 and C43 (Limits submenu) during acceleration and at constant frequency (IFD SW) respectively.4. green (-15V): control board -15V power supply on. green (+5V): control board +5V power supply on.SINUS K 1. green (RUN): Inverter enabled. red (IMLIM): current limiting activation during acceleration or due to overload conditions.3. LED L4. green (+15V): control board +15V power supply on.4. LED L2. LED L5. “on” when the inverter is running or is enabled only (VTC SW only) (fluxed motor). This Led is on even when the torque needed exceeds the value set in C42. LED L6.1 I N D I C A T O R 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL LEDS LED L3. Limits submenu (VTC SW). “on” when VDC within the equipment exceeds by 20% the rated value during dynamic braking. 1.

the inverter will not start until terminal 6 is opened and closed again.) PNP command (active to + 24 Volt) sent from a different device (PLC. 20. PNP contact (active to +24V) through voltagefree contact.4. Auxiliary power supply +24 VDC (terminal 15) is protected by a self-resetting fuse. digital output board. The ENABLE command also unlocks PID regulator . input 7 command is sent via keypad (START key). 22 (CMA – control board zero volt) and from terminal 25 (MDOE = emitter terminal of multifunction digital output).if used regardless of the inverter operation .whether neither MDI3 nor MDI4 are set as A/M (Automatic/Manual). If the ENABLE command is active at power on.4. In that case. Digital input control modes NOTE: Terminal 14 (CMD – digital input zero volt) is galvanically insulated from terminals 1. Digital inputs (except form terminal 6 and terminal 8) are disabled if parameter C21 (IFD SW) or C14 (VTC SW) is set to REM.4.1 E N A B L E (T E R M I N A L 6) ENABLE input is always to be activated to enable the inverter operation regardless of the control mode. etc. the command is sent through serial communication. signals may be activated both to zero volt (NPN-type command) and to + 24 Volts (PNP-type command). Depending on the position of jumper J10. digital output board. DIGITAL OUTPUT DIGITAL OUTPUT 0V 0V NPN command (active to zero Volt) sent from a different device (PLC. The operating condition of the digital inputs is indicated by parameter M08 (IFD SW) or parameter M11 (VTC SW) in the Measure submenu. If parameter C21 (IFD SW) or C14 (VTC SW) is programmed to Kpd. so the motor performs a cost to stop. 32/95 . If ENABLE input is disabled. The figure below shows the different control modes based on the position of jumper J10.15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K 1.4 D IGITAL INPUT FEATURES (T ERMINALS 6 TO 15) All digital inputs are galvanically insulated with respect to zero volt of the inverter control board (ES778).) Fig. Consider power supply on terminals 14 and 15 before activating the inverter digital inputs. etc. 1. NPN command (active to zero Volt) through voltage-free contact. the inverter output voltage is set to zero. This safety measure may be disabled through parameter C61 (IFD SW) or C53 (VTC SW).

(T E R M I N A L S 9 TO 13) The programmable digital input functionality is detailed in the Programming Manual. The thermistor ratings must comply with BS4999 Pt. This happens only if the cause responsible for the alarm has disappeared and the display shows "Inverter OK".SINUS K 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL NOTE: When the ENABLE command is active.4.4. If an alarm trips. the inverter stops. W) and on the terminals used for the connection of resistive braking devices (+. -.4. 1.2 S T A R T (T E R M I N A L 7) To enable the Start input. If parameter C61 (IFD SW) or C53 (VTC SW) is set to [YES]. otherwise. alarms A11 (Bypass Failure).111 (DIN44081/DIN44082): Resistor corresponding to trip value: Resistor at Tr–5°C: Resistor at Tr+5°C: 1000 ohm (typical rating) < 550 ohm > 1330 ohm 33/95 . to do so. Open the reset input for a while or press the RESET key to reset the alarm. Shock hazard persists even when the inverter is locked on output terminals (U. turn it off and set parameter C53 (IFD SW) or C48 (VTC SW) to [YES].I. the motor performs a coast to stop and the display shows an alarm message (see section 8 “DIAGNOSTICS”). the main reference is set to zero. “COMMANDS MENU”). To reset the inverter. set parameter P25 "U/D RESET" to [YES]. If factory setting is used. 1. A25 (Mains Loss) (IFD SW only). When the START input is active.4. V.4. the main reference is set to zero. 1. The output frequency (IFD SW) or the speed motor (VTC SW) drops to zero with respect to the preset deceleration ramp. see the Diagnostics section and reset the equipment after detecting the cause responsible for the alarm.D. the START input is disabled and its functionality is performed by the inverter remotable keypad (see Section 5. Alarms are stored and displayed at next power on and the inverter is locked. if START and REV are enabled at a time. CAUTION: DANGER: 1.4.4 M.3 R E S E T (T E R M I N A L 8) If an alarm trips. B). the inverter is reset and restarts.4. If C21 (IFD SW) or C14 (VTC SW) is set to Kpd (command sent via keypad).1. the main reference is enabled. the START input may be used only when the REV input is inactive. set the control modes via terminal board (factory setting). NOTE: Factory setting does not reset alarms at power off. enable and disable the ENABLE command to restart the inverter. A30 (DC OverVoltage) and A31 (DC UnderVoltage) are enabled as well. If the REV function ("reverse rotation") is active. The reset terminal also allows to reset the UP/DOWN commands.5 M O T O R T H E R M A L P R O T E C T I O N I N P U T The inverter manages the signal sent from a thermistor incorporated in the motor windings to obtain a hardware thermal protection of the motor.4.

The OC output is galvanically insulated from zero volt of the control board and is capable of driving a load up to 50mA with 48V power supply.4. 1. Analog input Iref (terminal 21) acknowledges a current value ranging from 0 to 20mA as an input signal (factory setting: 4÷20 mA). Signals sent to terminals 2 and 3 are summed up.P64 MDO OFF Delay. and P20 (Iref Gain) allow to change the relationship between the signals sent to terminals 2.6 D IGITAL OUTPUT FEATURES An OPEN COLLECTOR output is available on terminals 24 (collector) and 25 (common terminal).set jumper J14 to position 1-2 (+/-) .5÷10 kΩ). Do the following to use a bipolar signal (± 10 V) at the inverter input: . Bipolar voltage (±10V) may be sent to input Inaux (terminal 19). Do not send a current value higher than 20mA to terminal 21. P19 (Inmax). The output functionality is determined by parameter P60 in the "Digital output" submenu.15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K Do the following to use the thermistor: 1) Set jumper J9 to position 1-2."). The factory setting is the following: frequency/speed threshold: the transistor activates when the output frequency (IFD SW) or the motor speed (VTC SW) attains the level set through the "Digital Output" menu (parameters P69 "MDO level". terminal 4) is available to power an external potentiometer (2.4.set parameter P18 (Vref J14 Pos.set parameter P15 (Minimum Ref) as “+/-” The motor direction of rotation changes when the main reference sign becomes opposite.P63 MDO ON Delay . P70 "MDO Hyst. the inverter will stop and indicate "auxiliary trip" as soon as the motor temperature exceeds threshold value Tr. factory setting) and bipolar signals (±10V) based on jumper J14 position. Parameters P16 (Vref Bias). In that way. The output enabling/disabling delay may be programmed through the parameters below: . 34/95 . P17 (Vref Gain).5 A NALOG INPUT FEATURES (T ERMINALS 2. CAUTION: Do not apply signals exceeding ±10V to terminals 2 and 3.15 AND 21) Inputs Vref1 and Vref2 (terminals 2 and 3) acknowledge both unipolar signals (0÷10V. It is possible to change the relationship between the signal sent to terminal 19 (Inaux) and the value acquired through parameters P21 and P22.3. 1. The motor direction of rotation changes when negative signals are sent. 2) Connect thermistor between terminals 13 and 14 in the control board. 3) Set MDI5 as auxiliary trip. Auxiliary power supply (+10V. Programming and functionality of the parameters managing analog inputs are detailed in the Programming Manual. 3 and 21 and the main reference.) as “+/-” .

NOTE: 35/95 . allowable current values. NOTE: Terminal 25 is galvanically insulated from terminals 1. allowable current: 100mA. relay coils). 20. 22. voltage at terminal 15 (+24V) and terminal 14 (CMD) (control terminals) may be used. As an auxiliary power supply.g. Fig. – Connecting a relay to the OPEN COLLECTOR output. allowable voltage and max. Max. Never exceed max. CAUTION: CAUTION: Always use freewheeling diode (D) for inductive loads (e.SINUS K 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL + D 12÷48 VDC RL MDOC 24 + 12÷48 VDC MDOC 24 25 MDOE CONTROL BOARD MDOE 25 D RL CONTROL BOARD “NPN” CONNECTION “PNP” CONNECTION The figure shows an example of a relay connected to the output. (CMA – control board zero volt) and from terminal 14 (CMD – digital input zero volt).

P67 RL2 Delay ON .").P68 RL2 Delay OFF Factory-setting is as follows: RL1: relay “ready” (terminals 26. Use freewheeling diode for DC inductive loads.15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K 1. energizes when the output frequency (IFD SW) or the motor speed (VTC SW) attains the level set through the "Digital Output" menu (parameters P73 "RL2 level". 3A. P74 "RL2 Hyst. 30 and 31). 30 VDC.6.terminals 26. Relay energizing and de-energizing may be delayed through the following parameters: .4. 30 VDC. 3A) Parameters P61 (RL1 Opr) and P62 (RL2 Opr) in the Digital Output submenu affect the relay output functionality.P65 RL1 Delay ON . 31: relay RL2. At power on. current values allowed by relay contacts. CAUTION: Never exceed max. 27. 30.terminals 29. RL2: “frequency/speed threshold” relay (terminals 29. energizes when the inverter is ready to supply the motor.P66 RL1 Delay OFF . 28: relay RL1. The alarm trip locks the inverter. 27 and 28). CAUTION: 36/95 .1 RELAY OUTPUTS Two relay outputs are available: . voltage and max. the relay energizes when an alarm trips. Use antidisturbance filters for AC inductive loads. 3A. 3A) . the equipment takes some seconds before initializing. reverse contact (250 VAC. reverse contact (250 VAC.

4.may be used for the inverter DC voltage supply. multiply by 10 the value set to obtain the quantity value when the output delivers 20mA (e. Output Type 0-10V 4-20mA 0-20mA X=any position Terminal 17 AO1 Configuration Jumper J7 J5-J8 pos 2-3 X pos 1-2 pos 1-2 pos 1-2 pos 2-3 Terminal 18 AO2 Configuration Jumper J4 J3-J6 pos 2-3 X pos 1-2 pos 1-2 pos 1-2 pos 2-3 Through the OUTPUT MONITOR menu.8 P OWER T ERMINALS A RRANGEMENT LEGEND: 41/R – 42/S – 43/T = input for three-phase power supply (the phase sequence is not binding) 44/U – 45/V – 46/W = output for motor three-phase supply. Some particular configuration jumpers located on control board ES778 allow to select the type of output signal (0-10V.: if P32=10Hz/V. allowable current.may be used both for DC voltage supply of the inverter and for the connection of the braking module.g. Analog outputs may be used to connect additional devices or to generate a signal to be sent to other devices. set the quantity for the analog output and the ratio between the value of the output signal and the measured quantity. When setting the jumpers to configure the output as 4-20mA or 0-20mA. 1. the analog output will deliver 20mA when the inverter delivers 100Hz).SINUS K 1.7 A NALOG O UTPUT F EATURES (T ERMINALS 17 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL AND 18) Two analog outputs are located on terminal 17 and terminal 18. Hz/V for IFS SW). Terminals S05-S10-S15-S20: 41/R 42/S 43/T 44/U 45/V 46/W 47/+ 48/B 49/- IMPORTANT: Terminals 47/+ and 49/.4. 4-20mA or 0-20mA). Do not exceed max.g. 37/95 . Terminals S30: 41/R 42/S 43/T 44/U 45/V 46/W 47/+ 49/- 48/B 50/+ IMPORTANT: Terminals 50/+ e 48/B connect the braking resistance. The ratio between the output signal and the measured quantity is expressed as the ratio between the quantity value and the relevant voltage value on the analog output (e. CAUTION: Never deliver input voltage to analog outputs. Terminals 47/+ and 49/.

Terminals 47/+ and 49/.may be used for the inverter DC voltage supply. Terminals S50: 49/- 47/+ 41/R 42/S 43/T 44/U 45/V 46/W IMPORTANT: Terminals 47/+ and 49/. Always make sure that the supply voltage ranges between the limits stated in the inverter nameplate. Do not start or stop the inverter using a contactor installed over the inverter power supply line.15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K Terminals S40 41/R 42/S 43/T 44/U 45/V 46/W 47/+ 49/- 51/+ 52/- IMPORTANT: Terminals 51/+ and 52/.all wires must be properly connected. .may be used both for DC voltage supply of the inverter and for the connection of the braking module. . The connection of the power supply line to any other terminal will damage the inverter. The user has the responsibility to provide a grounding system in compliance with the regulations in force.connect the inverter bar to the external braking module. Always connect the ground terminal to avoid electrical shock hazard and to limit disturbance. After connecting the equipment. DANGER: CAUTION: CAUTION: CAUTION: CAUTION: CAUTION: 38/95 . DANGER: Before changing the equipment connections.no link is missing.no short-circuit is occurring between the terminals and between the terminals and the ground. Connect the power supply line to supply terminals only. Use only B-type differential circuit breakers. check the following: . shut off the inverter and wait at least 5 minutes to allow for the discharge of the heatsinks in the DC-link.

Always mount antidisturbance filters on the contactor coils and the solenoid valve coils. To avoid the motor accidental starting. CAUTION: CAUTION: CAUTION: 39/95 . At power on. Do not apply single-phase voltage. In that case. the motor will start only after opening and closing the command contact on terminal 6. This may be very dangerous.SINUS K 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL CAUTION: The inverter power supply must always be protected by fast fuses or by a thermal/magnetic circuit breaker. the motor will immediately start when the main reference is other than zero. if the inverter commands “ENABLE ” (terminal 6) and “START” (terminal 7) are active. set parameter C61 (IFD SW) or C53 (VTC SW) to [NO].

5÷10 0.5÷10 0.5 3.5 3.5 2.2-1.5 4 4 4 10 10 10 10 10 25 25 35 50 50 50 95 120 120 120 185 210 240 240 Ampere 16 16 25 25 32 40 40 63 63 100 100 100 125 125 160 160 200 250 400 400 400 400 630 630 Magnetic switch AC1 Contactor Ampere 25 25 25 25 30 45 45 55 60 100 100 100 115 125 145 160 250 250 275 275 350 400 450 450 Ampere 10.5÷10 0.5÷10 0.5 3.SECTIONS OF P OWER C ONNECTION W IRES P ROTECTION D EVICES Inverter Rated Current Ampere SINUS K 0005 SINUS K 0007 S05 SINUS K 0009 SINUS K 0011 SINUS K 0014 SINUS K 0017 SINUS K 0020 S10 SINUS K 0025 SINUS K 0030 SINUS K 0035 S15 SINUS K 0040 SINUS K 0049 SINUS K 0060 S20 SINUS K 0067 SINUS K 0074 SINUS K 0086 SINUS K 0113 S30 SINUS K 0129 SINUS K 0150 SINUS K 0162 SINUS K 0179 S40 SINUS K 0200 SINUS K 0216 SINUS K 0250 SINUS K 0312 S50 SINUS K 0366 SINUS K 0399 SINUS K 0457 SINUS K 0524 SINUS K 0598 S70 SINUS K 0748 SINUS K 0831 10. section + Tightening Mains Side Disconnecting Torque switch and Motor Side Nm 1.2-1.15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K 1.2-1.5 16.5÷10 0.5 2x150 2x210 2x240 2x240 3x210 3x210 3x240 3x240 630 800 800 800 1000 1250 1250 1600 550 600 700 800 1000 1000 2x700 2x800 480 550 630 720 800 900 1000 1200 S60 40/95 .2-1.5 12.9 C ROSS .5÷10 0.5 6-8 6-8 6-8 6-8 6-8 10 10 10 10 25-30 25-30 25-30 25-30 mm2 2.2-1.5 1.5 16.5 1.Fast Fuses.5 2.5 16.5 16.4.2-1.5 1.5 30 30 41 41 41 72 80 88 103 120 135 180 195 215 240 300 345 375 390 480 550 630 720 800 900 1000 1200 Bar Bar Bar Bar Bar Bar Bar Bar - 3 3 3 3 3.2-1.5÷10 0.5 30 30 41 41 41 72 80 88 103 120 135 180 195 215 240 300 345 375 390 AND S IZE OF Size Class Terminal Crosssection mm2 0.5 1.5÷10 4÷25 25÷50 25÷50 25÷50 25÷50 25÷50 35÷155 35÷155 35÷155 35÷155 70÷240 70÷240 70÷240 70÷240 Wire Peeling mm 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 15 24 24 24 24 24 30 30 30 30 40 40 40 40 Wire Cross.5÷10 0.2-1.2-1.5 1.5 1.5 12.5 16.5 1.2-1.5 16.5 1.5÷10 0.5 1.

41/95 . commands are sent from serial link. MENU allows to access the main menu.SINUS K 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL 1. the alarm messages (if any) and the value of the measures processed by the inverter. The keypad includes 4 LEDs. Enables parameter alteration. IFD SW ONLY LED REF: flashes when run command active.5 OPERATING AND REMOTING THE KEYPAD For the parameter programming and view a keypad is located on the front part of SINUS K inverters. START starts the motor (active in KeyPad mode only). LED “TRM”: if on. commands are sent from terminal board. ↓ Down arrow: scrolls through the menus and decrements parameter values ↑ Up arrow: scrolls through the menus and increments the parameter values. PROG allows to enter and quit the submenus. STOP stops the motor (active in KeyPad mode only). LED RUN: is on during the inverter operation LED REF: “on” when a frequency/ speed/torque reference is sent. SAVE saves each parameter. frequency reference equal to 0. the display shows the parameter values. VTC SW ONLY: LED RUN: flashes with inverter enabled (fluxed motor) IFD SW ONLY: LED RUN and LED REF: if both Leds are flashing. RESET resets the alarms tripped. the inverter is performing a deceleration ramp up to frequency reference 0. an LCD display and 8 function keys. During operation. LED “REM”: if on.

SAVE. scrolls through the menus and submenus. allows to return to the prior condition. MENU.LED “TRM”: indicates that the START command and the commands relating to multifunction digital inputs MDI1÷MDI5 are sent from the terminal board. .MENU if pressed once.RETURN TO THE FIRST PAGE OF A SUBMENU: simultaneously press PROG and ↓ . The parameter being altered with ↑ and ↓ immediately replaces the prior parameter value. .LED “REM”: indicates that the START commands and the commands relating to multifunction digital inputs MDI1÷MDI5 are sent from serial link. scrolls through the menus and submenus. allows to stop the motor. The new parameter value will be cleared at power off. keypad. This prevents any parameter modification from being cleared in case of mains loss. indicates that the inverter is running: the inverter is enabled (ENABLE contact closed) and a frequency/speed/torque reference is present (START contact closed). the pages in a submenu or the parameters in descending order.↓ down arrow. if pressed twice. They are detailed below. this key saves to non-volatile memory (EEPROM) the value of the parameter being altered. START. NOTE: The inverter operation is affected by the active parameter set. . STOP. . 42/95 . indicates that the inverter is enabled only (fluxed motor). . and so on). The keypad also includes the LEDs below: . .PROG allows to enter and quit the menus and submenus and enables altering the inverter parameters (when switching from parameter display to parameter programming. .SAVE in programming mode. . Only for VTC SW: if flashing. the pages in a submenu or the parameters in descending order. . allows to start the motor. ↑. RESET. During programming. During programming.↑ up arrow. . it increments the parameter value.LED “REF”: indicates a frequency/speed/torque reference other than 0 (from potentiometer.START if enabled. the cursor starts flashing). .RESET resets the alarms tripped.15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K The keypad includes the following keys: PROG. it decrements the parameter value. ↓.LED “RUN”: if on and not flashing. allows to access the main menu.STOP if enabled. even if the SAVE key is not pressed. .

CAUTION: Never connect and disconnect the keypad when the inverter is on.Keypad mounting jig .1 R EMOTING THE KEYPAD The REMOTING KIT is required to remote the keypad. Pierce the holes as shown in the figure (template 138 x109 mm). Connect the keypad to the inverter using the special wire.5.Remoting wire (length: 5m). Front view Rear view Disassemble the jig by disconnecting the wire connecting the keypad to the control board. 43/95 . The remoting kit includes: .SINUS K 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL 1. Fix the keypad using the special jig supplied by Elettronica Santerno.

In case your computer is provided with a serial port RS232-C or a USB port. The inverter will typically behave as a slave device (i. thus limiting communication errors. an RS232-C/ RS485 converter or a USB/RS485 converter is required. 1. normally called a SPACE). twisted duplex cable M00780-A 44/95 . which ensures a better immunity to disturbance even on long cable paths. it only answers to queries sent by another device).e.6.6.6 SERIAL COMMUNICATION 1.3 N ETWORK CONNECTION The inverters of the SINUS K series may be connected to a network through electrical standard RS485. A master device (typically a computer) is then needed to start a serial communication. Two-wire RS485 is used.15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K 1. SINUS K Addr=n PC (master) PORT A A A B PORT B B A SINUS K Addr=1 SINUS K Addr=2 Addr=247 B A B A B A B DIRECT CONNECTION MULTIDROP LINE Screened.2 D IRECT CONNECTION Electrical standard RS485 may be connected directly to the computer if this is provided with a special port of this type. Each inverter has its own ID number that can be set in the Serial network submenu. allowing a bus-type control of each device. Elettronica Santerno may supply both converters as optional components. Up to 247 inverters may be interconnected depending on the link length and baud rate. 1. This enables both reading and writing of all parameters normally accessed through the display and the 4 keys (see Programming Manual). Logic “1” (normally called a MARK) means that terminal TX/RX A is positive with respect to terminal TX/RX B (viceversa for logic “0” .1 G ENERAL FEATURES The inverters of the SINUS K series may be connected to peripheral devices through a serial link. The inverter may be connected directly to a computer or a multidrop network of inverters controlled by a master computer (see diagram below).6.

S15) or on the inverter bottom besides the terminal board (sizes ≥ S20). Positive polarity with respect to pins 2 – 4 for one MARK. (GND) control board zero volt not connected +5 V NOTE: The line terminator of the farthest inverter from the master computer (or the only inverter in case of direct connection to the master computer) shall be enabled: dip switch SW1. Parameter alteration is also managed along with the keypad and the display. However. Negative polarity with respect to pins 1 – 3 for one MARK.6. selector switches 1 and 2 in position ON (default setting). Note that the inverter will always consider the latest value set either via serial link or by the inverter. Their condition in the terminal board has no effect. the main reference is to be sent via serial link. 3 and 21 (Vref1. If parameters C21 or C14 are set to REM. C14 and C16 for VTC SW.SINUS K 1. (TX/RX B) Differential input/output B (bidirecitonal) depending on standard RS485. PIN 1–3 2–4 5 6–7–8 9 FUNCTION (TX/RX A) Differential input/output A (bidirectional) depending on standard RS485. 1. Vref2 and Iref) have no effect. 45/95 .. selector switches 1 and 2 in position OFF. If parameters C22 or C16 are set to REM. Signals applied to terminals 2. commands relating to START digital inputs and to multifunction inputs are to be sent via serial link. male D connector located on the control board (sizes S05. The terminal board inputs may be controlled by the field or the serial link.5 T HE SOFTWARE The serial communication protocol is MODBUS RTU standard. Parameters are queried as they are read using the keys and the display. the ENABLE command is always to be sent via terminal board regardless of the inverter programming mode.4 C ONNECTION 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL For the connection to the serial link use the 9-pole.6. The line terminator of the other inverters in intermediate positions shall be disabled: dip switch SW1. depending on programming of parameters C21 and C22 for IFD SW. The D connector pins are the following.

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IFD SW Parameters C94 VTC SW Parameters C84

Baud rate: Data format: Start bit: Parity: Stop bit: Protocol: Supported functions: Device address: Electrical standard: Inverter response delay: End of message timeout:

programmable between 1200..9600 bps (default rate: 9600 bps) 8 bits 1 NO 2 MODBUS RTU 03h (Read Holding Registers) 10h (Preset Multiple Registers) programmable between 1 and 247 (default address: 1) RS485 programmable between 0 and 500 ms (default delay: 0 ms) programmable between 0 and 2000 ms (default timeout: 0 ms)

C90 C91 C93

C80 C81 C83

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2 STARTUP PROCEDURES
The startup procedures described below relate to commands sent via terminal board (factory setting). For terminal configuration, see section 1.4.2. "Control Terminals" and 1.4.3. "Power terminals arrangement"). DANGER: Before changing the equipment connections, shut off the inverter and wait at least 5 minutes to allow for the discharge of the heatsinks in the DC-link. At startup, if the connected motor rotates in the wrong direction, send a low frequency reference and check to see if the direction of rotation is correct.

DANGER:

DANGER:

When an alarm message is displayed, find the cause responsible for the alarm trip before restarting the equipment.

2.1 STARTUP PROCEDURE FOR IFD SOFTWARE
1) Connection: 2) Power on: 3) Parameter alteration: Follow the instructions stated in sections “Caution Statements” and “Installation”. Link to terminal 6 (inverter disabled) is to be open when the inverter is started. Set parameter P01 (Key parameter) to 1. Use the PROG, ↓, ↑ and SAVE keys to access the other parameters. See the "Submenu Tree" in the Programming Manual. Access the V/f Pattern submenu and set the following: C05 (Imot) (motor rated current); C06 (fmot1) (motor rated frequency); C07 (fomax1) (maximum output frequency desired) and C09 (Vmot1) (motor rated voltage). Press SAVE each time a new parameter value is set. Set parameters C41/C43/C45 in the Limits submenu with respect to the maximum current desired. Close terminals 6 (ENABLE) and 7 (START) and send a frequency reference: the RUN LED and REF LED will come on and the motor will start. Make sure the motor is rotating in the right direction. If not, operate on terminal 12 (CW/CCW) or open terminals 6 and 7. Shut off the inverter, wait a few minutes and reverse two of the motor phases. If no failure occurred, go to step 8. Otherwise, check the inverter connections paying particular attention to supply voltages, DC link and input reference. Also check if alarm messages are displayed. In the Measure submenu, check the reference frequency (M01), the supply voltage to the control section (M05), the DC link voltage (M06), and the condition of terminals 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13 (M08; a number other than 0 indicates the "activation" of the relevant terminal). Check to see if these readings match with the measured values.

4) Motor parameters:

5) Overload: 6) Startup:

7) Possible failures:

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8) Additional alterations:

Note that you can change Cxx parameters in the CONFIGURATION menu only when the inverter is DISABLED or STOPPED. Always set parameter P01 to 1 before changing any parameter. You can write down any customized parameter in the table on the last pages of the Programming Manual. If an alarm trips, find the cause responsible for the alarm and reset the equipment. Enable terminal 8 (Reset) for some time, or press the RESET key.

9) Reset:

2.2 STARTUP PROCEDURE FOR VTC SOFTWARE
The startup procedures described below relate to commands sent via terminal board (factory setting). For terminal configuration, see section 1.4.2. "Control Terminals" and 1.4.3. "Power terminals arrangement"). 1) Connection: 2) Power on: 3) Parameter alteration: Follow the instructions stated in sections “Caution Statements” and “Installation”. Link to terminal 6 (inverter disabled) is to be open when the inverter is started. Set parameter P01 (Key parameter) to 1. Use the PROG, ↓, ↑ and SAVE keys to access the other parameters. See the "Submenu Tree" in the Programming Manual. Access the VTC Pattern submenu and set the following: C01 (fmot) (motor rated frequency); C02 (Speedmax) (desired maximum speed); C03 (Vmot) (motor rated voltage); C04 (Pnom) (motor rated power); C05 (Imot) (motor rated current); and C06 (Speednom) (motor rated speed). Also set C07 (resistance of one stator phase for a star connection or one third of one phase resistance for a delta connection), C08 (resistance of one rotor phase for a star connection or one third of one phase resistance for a delta connection) and C09 (inductance of stator leakage of one phase for star connection or one third of the leakage of one phase for a delta connection). If values to be set in C07, C08, and C09 are not known, either use parameter C10 to perform the parameter autotuning (see step 5) or go to step 6. Press SAVE each time a new parameter value is set. Set parameter C42 (Limits submenu) depending on the maximum torque that can be generated. Set C10 to [YES]: close the ENABLE contact (terminal 6) and wait approx. 30 sec. The inverter will compute the motor parameters. Open terminal 6. Close terminals 6 (ENABLE) and 7 (START) and send a speed reference. The RUN LED and REF LED will come on and the motor will start. Make sure the motor is rotating in the right direction. If not, operate on terminal 12 (CW/CCW) or open terminals 6 and 7. Shut off the inverter, wait a few minutes and reverse two of the motor phases.

4) Motor parameters:

5) Overload: 6) Vectorial control autotuning: 7) Startup:

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find the cause responsible for the alarm and reset the equipment. Enable terminal 8 (Reset) for some time. Always set parameter P01 to 1 before changing any parameter.12. 30%.11.7.8. P100 Speed prop. go to step 10. the condition of terminals 6. Otherwise.10. check the inverter connections paying particular attention to supply voltages. 9) Possible failures: 10) Additional alterations: 11) Reset: 49/95 . Also check if alarm messages are displayed. DC link and input reference. You can write down any customized parameter in the table on the last pages of the Programming Manual. time). then increase P100 until an overdisplacement takes place when the setpoint is reached.9. the supply voltage of the control voltage (M08). In the Measure submenu. If an alarm trips. the DC link voltage (M09). if a number other than 0 appears. Check to see if these readings match with the measured values. If no failure occurred. Note that you can change Cxx parameters in the CONFIGURATION menu only when the inverter is DISABLED. Decrease P100 by approx. Gain and P101 Speed integr. Check that the motor runs smoothly at constant speed. check the speed reference(M01).SINUS K 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL 8) Speed regulator adjustment: If an overdisplacement occurs when the speed setpoint is reached or if a system instability is detected (irregular motor operation) adjust the parameters relating to the speed loop (“Speed loop” submenu. then decrease P101 until an acceptable setpoint response is reached. and 13 (M11. Set low values for P100 and high values for P101. this indicates the “activation” of the relevant terminal). or press the RESET key.

resolution 0.5~751kW 440÷460VAC.15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K 3 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Mains Power Range • VAC supply voltage/tolerance • kW connected motor/voltage range 200÷240VAC.8÷12. • Starting torque/max.8kHz S30 = 0. corrosive gases.3~395kW 200÷240VAC. IFD SW: S05÷S15 = 0. -15% +10% 930÷970VDC. 3phase 280÷360VDC. • Operating atmospheric pressure 86÷106kPa • Cooling system: Forced air-cooling 50/95 . every 20min. 3phase 530÷705VDC. -15% +10% 563~1177kW 660÷690VAC.7~819kW 480÷500VAC. 3phase.2~630kW 380÷415VAC. Motor Specifications • Motor voltage range/precision 0÷Vmains.8÷4kHz VTC SW: 5kHz Environmental Requirements • Ambient temperature 0÷40°C no derating (40°C to 50°C derating 2% of rated current every degree beyond 40°C) • Storage temperature -25÷+70°C • Humidity 5÷95% (non condensing) • Altitude Up to 1000m a. -15% +5% • Degree of protection/size STAND ALONE: IP20 from Size S05 to Size S40. 3phase 380÷500VAC.01Hz • Braking torque DC braking 30%*Cn Braking while decelerating up to 20%*Cn (with no braking resistor) Braking while decelerating up to 150%*Cn (with braking resistors) • Adjustable carrier frequency with silent random modulation. 105÷200% for 1min. 3phase. vibrations. For higher altitudes. 3phase • VDC supply voltage/tolerance 470~981kW 575VAC.8÷16kHz S20 = 0. -15% +10% 2.l.s. +/-2% • Current/torque to motor/time 105÷200% for 2min. every 10min. IP54 from Size S05 to Size S30 • Supply frequency (Hz)/tolerance BOX: IP54 50÷60Hz. Do not install in salty environments. -15% +10% 1. -15% +10% Size S50. -15% +10% 2.9m/sec2 (=0.8÷10kHz (5kHz for 0150 and 0162) ≥S40 = 0. 3phase 500÷575VAC. 3phase.6G) • Installation environment Do not install in direct sunlight and in places exposed to conductive dust. 3phase 660÷690VAC. 3phase. IP00 705÷810VDC. +/-10% CABINET: IP24 and IP54. water sprinkling or dripping (if not protected by an adequate degree of protection). derate the output current of 2% every 100m beyond 1000m (max. from S40. time 240% for a short time • Output frequency/resolution 0÷800Hz (120Hz for VTC SW). up to S30. 4000m) • Vibrations Lower than 5. -15% +5% 2.

5% of max. encoder failure (VTC SW only). Up to 200% Cn for 120sec and 240% Cn for a short duration Programmable for a rated torque increase Operation through terminals. 100mA +10Vdc –0% + 2%. (cage speed reference. digital input condition.1Hz (IFD SW). PID feedback with programmable multiplying factor. control board failure. 30VDC. INVERTER ALARM. speed (2% for IFD SW and LIFT) Closed loop (with encoder): < 0. 50mA max 24VDC +/-5%. serial communication 4 analog inputs: 2 voltage sum inputs. acceleration – constant rpm -deceleration. keypad. autotuning (VTC SW only). required torque. 10mA 2 configurable analog outputs. bus DC voltage. mains failure. cage acceleration time. Can Bus. cage speed. NPN/PNP 5÷48VDC. digital output condition. POWER DOWN. possibility to set user-defined curves. RESET) and 5 programmable inputs IFD: 15 programmable frequency sets +/-800Hz VTC: 7 programmable speed sets +/-9000rpm LIFT: 4 programmable speed sets 0÷2. 3 configurable digital outputs with setting of internal timers for activation/deactivation delay: 2 relay outputs with reverse contacts 250VCA. overcurrent while decelerating. EN60204-1. resolution 10bits 1 current input. generated torque. current to motor. auxiliary analog input value. resolution 10bits 1 voltage input. inverter overload conditions for long duration. 1 rpm (VTC SW) Analog reference 10bit: 0. START. precharge circuit failure. IEC 22G/109/NP Yes COMMUNICATION DISPLAY PROTECTIONS Output signals 51/95 . PID regulator output. serial communication failure. Device Net. PID feedback./decel. motor speed. Frequency/torque/speed reference. 0 (4) ÷20mA. INVERTER OK. resolution 10bits Analog: 0÷10VDC. motor-absorbed power. Each device may control up to 4 inverters. voltage to motor. etc.).5% of max. overcurrent while accelerating. SPEED SEARCHING (IFD SW only). Digital: from keypad. speed Open loop: 0. 3A 1 open collector output. EN50178. serial communication 8 NPN/PNP digital inputs: 3 fixed inputs (ENABLE. current/torque limiting. 0 to 6500sec. direct torque control) Digital reference: 0. motor thermal protection. trip log (last 5 alarms). unconnected motor. DC braking. (*)LIFT SW only Standard incorporated RS485 multidrop 247 drops MODBUS RTU communication protocol AB Communicator: optional MODBUS/field bus converter (Profibus DP. speed Up to 2 times rated current for 120sec. overspeed (VTC SW only). ramps. Eeprom failure. overvoltage. length covered by the cage while accelerating. PID error value. cage deceleration time.SINUS K 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL Control method CONTROL Frequency/speed setting resolution Speed precision Overload capacity Starting torque Torque boost Operation method Input signals Analog inputs OPERATION Digital inputs Multi frequency/ Multispeed Ramps Digital outputs Auxiliary voltage Potentiometer voltage Analog outputs Alarms Warnings Operating data Serial communication Field bus SAFETY CE Mark IFD – LIFT = Space vector modulation (vectorial modulation PWM with V/f curve) VTC = Vector Torque Control (Sensorless vectorial. Ethernet. output frequency. PID reference. 0÷10VDC and 0(4)÷20mA. length covered by the cage while accelerating) (*). EN 61800-5-1. operating time.01% resolution of maximum output frequency/speed with respect to max.5m/sec 4 + 4 accel. overcurrent during speed search (IFD SW only). +/-10VDC. undervoltage. overcurrent at constant speed or ground failure. auxiliary trip from digital input. resolution 8bits Inverter thermal protection.

15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K 3. injection presses.).). In case of the connection of multiple motors. etc. may be applied to very heavy loads with constant torque (mandrels.). bridge cranes. may be connected to light loads with constant/quadratic torque (pumps. may be connected to heavy loads with constant torque (lifts. representing the max. translation and lifting of cranes. etc. 52/95 . fans. overload 150%÷175%. axis control. the sum of the rated current values must not exceed Inom (an output inductance is recommended in that case). deliverable continuous current.).1 CHOOSING THE PRODUCT The inverter of the SINUS K series are dimensioned based on allowable current and overload. overload 120%÷140%. The rated current of the connected motor should be lower than Inom (tolerance: +5%). mills. extruders. and current Inom. may be connected to standard loads with constant torque (conveyors. overload 200%. for the stated torque overload. Each inverter model may be connected to 4 different motor power sizes depending on load performance. mechanical presses. etc. The SINUS K series is dimensioned with 2 current values: current Imot. their duration is 120sec every 20min up to S30 and 60 sec every 10min from S40 to S70: LIGHT STANDARD HEAVY STRONG overload 105%÷120%. etc. Four types of torque/current overload are available. mixers.

5 21 25 32 36 48 56 72 75 96 112 118 144 155 200 215 270 290 340 365 430 480 600 660 720 880 960 1100 1300 1440 S05 S10 S15 S20 S30 S40 S50 S60 SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K S70 CABINET model available only Legend: Imot = motor rated current for the stated torque overload Inom = continuous rated current of the inverter Imax = max.1.5 30 41 72 80 88 103 120 135 180 195 215 240 300 345 375 390 480 550 630 720 800 900 1000 1200 Inom A 10.5 13.7 5.4 13 23 26 29 34 40 44 59 66 73 81 101 119 129 134 165 190 218 243 270 307 343 395 APPLICATIONS : CONNECTABLE MOTOR (VOLTAGE) 380440480575VAC 415VAC 460VAC 500VAC kW kW kW kW 4.0 7.5 16.2 18 25 44 50 55 65 76 84 112 126 138 153 191 225 245 255 314 361 414 462 512 584 651 751 6.9 9.5 6.5 12.1 T ECHNICAL S HEET FOR LIGHT O VERLOAD 105%÷120% Size MODEL SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K 0005 0007 0009 0011 0014 0017 0020 0025 0030 0035 0040 0049 0060 0067 0074 0086 0113 0129 0150 0162 0179 0200 0216 0250 0312 0366 0399 0457 0524 0598 0748 0831 200240VAC kW 2.5 15 22 37 45 48 55 65 75 100 110 120 132 170 200 215 220 280 315 355 400 450 500 560 630 5.7 9.5 7.4 10 19 27 48 54 59 71 83 91 122 137 151 167 209 246 267 278 342 394 451 504 559 637 710 819 333 410 472 541 604 670 763 851 981 DELIVERABLE CURRENT 660690VAC kW 400 492 567 649 725 804 916 1022 1177 Imot A 10.5 30 41 72 80 88 103 120 135 180 195 215 240 300 345 375 390 480 550 630 720 800 900 1000 1200 Imax A 11.5 16. for 60 sec every 10 min for S40 and higher 53/95 .6 4.SINUS K 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL 3.5 17. current the inverter can deliver for 120 sec every 20 min up to S30.9 3.5 12.

5 12.5 6.5 17.2 9. current the inverter can deliver for 120 sec every 20 min up to S30.9 7.5 16.5 41 59 72 80 103 120 135 170 180 195 240 260 300 345 375 440 480 550 720 800 900 1000 1200 Inom A 10.5 13.5 22 30 37 45 55 65 75 95 100 110 132 140 170 200 215 250 280 315 400 450 500 560 630 9.2 T ECHNICAL SHEET FOR STANDARD A PPLICATIONS : O VERLOAD 120÷140% Size MODEL SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K 0005 0007 0009 0011 0014 0017 0020 0025 0030 0035 0040 0049 0060 0067 0074 0086 0113 0129 0150 0162 0179 0200 0216 0250 0312 0366 0399 0457 0524 0598 0748 0831 200230VAC kW 2.5 13 19 23 26 34 40 44 56 59 66 81 87 101 119 129 151 165 190 243 270 307 343 395 CONNECTABLE MOTOR (VOLTAGE) 380440480575VAC 415VAC 460VAC 500VAC kW kW kW kW 4 4.15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K 3.4 7.5 11 15 18.5 30 30 41 41 72 80 88 103 120 135 180 195 215 240 300 345 375 390 480 550 630 720 800 900 1000 1200 Imax A 11.7 5.2 14 18 22 25 36 44 50 65 76 84 106 112 126 153 166 191 225 245 288 314 361 462 512 584 651 751 10 15 19 24 27 39 48 54 71 83 91 115 122 137 167 181 209 246 267 314 342 394 504 559 637 710 819 320 376 410 472 604 670 763 851 981 DELIVERABLE CURRENT 660690VAC kW 384 451 492 567 725 804 916 1022 1177 Imot A 8.5 16.5 24 30 36.6 4.4 2.5 16.5 21 25 32 36 48 56 72 75 96 112 118 144 155 200 215 270 290 340 365 430 480 600 660 720 880 960 1100 1300 1440 S05 S10 S15 S20 S30 S40 S50 S60 SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K S70 CABINET model available only Legend: Imot = motor rated current for the stated torque overload Inom = continuous rated current of the inverter Imax = max.4 11.8 4.5 12.1.5 10. for 60 sec every 10 min for S40 and higher 54/95 .9 3.0 5.4 4.7 7.5 6.

5 21 25 32 36 48 56 72 75 96 112 118 144 155 200 215 270 290 340 365 430 480 600 660 720 880 960 1100 1300 1440 S05 S10 S15 S20 S30 S40 S50 S60 SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K S70 CABINET model available only Legend: Imot = motor rated current for the stated torque overload Inom = continuous rated current of the inverter Imax = max.7 7.6 4.3 3.4 11.5 16.2 10 9.SINUS K 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL 3.5 6.7 5.3 T ECHNICAL SHEET FOR HEAVY A PPLICATIONS : O VERLOAD 150%÷175% Size MODEL SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K 0005 0007 0009 0011 0014 0017 0020 0025 0030 0035 0040 0049 0060 0067 0074 0086 0113 0129 0150 0162 0179 0200 0216 0250 0312 0366 0399 0457 0524 0598 0748 0831 200230VAC kW 1.5 13.4 4.5 16.5 12.5 10.5 17. for 60 sec every 10 min for S40 and higher 55/95 .5 12.5 30 30 41 41 41 72 80 88 103 120 135 180 195 215 240 300 345 375 390 480 550 630 720 800 900 1000 1200 Imax A 11.5 9.5 22 24 22 25 27 25 29 32 30 36 39 37 44 48 45 50 54 48 55 59 55 65 71 75 84 91 85 96 105 100 112 122 110 126 137 120 138 151 132 153 167 140 166 181 250 170 191 209 320 215 245 267 376 250 288 314 280 314 342 410 315 355 400 500 560 361 414 462 584 651 394 451 504 637 710 472 541 604 763 851 DELIVERABLE CURRENT 660690VAC kW 300 384 451 492 567 649 725 916 1022 Imot A 6. current the inverter can deliver for 120 sec every 20 min up to S30.5 6 5.5 8.8 7.2 9.5 13 15 19 23 26 29 34 44 51 59 66 73 81 87 101 129 151 165 190 218 243 307 343 CONNECTABLE MOTOR (VOLTAGE) 380440480575VAC 415VAC 460VAC 500VAC kW kW kW kW 3 3.5 16.8 4.4 2.5 20 24 30 36 41 48 59 72 80 88 103 135 155 180 195 215 240 260 300 375 440 480 550 630 720 900 1000 Inom A 10.4 7.1.2 11 12 11 14 15 15 18 19 18.6 4 4.9 5.9 3.8 2.5 16.

0 5.5 13.4 4.5 17.5 20 24 30 36 41 48 59 64 72 80 103 120 135 160 180 195 215 240 300 345 390 550 630 720 900 1000 Inom A 10.5 6.2 11 12 11 14 15 15 18 19 18.2 2.5 12.2 10 9.7 7.5 2. current the inverter can deliver for 120 sec every 20 min up to S30.5 16.4 11.8 2.5 9.5 16.7 5.3 1.5 13 15 19 21 23 26 34 40 44 53 59 66 73 81 101 119 134 189 217 249 311 338 APPLICABLE MOTOR (VOLTAGE) 380440480575VAC 415VAC 460VAC 500VAC kW kW kW kW 2.5 21 25 32 36 48 56 72 75 96 112 118 144 155 200 215 270 290 340 365 430 480 600 660 720 880 960 1100 1300 1440 S05 S10 S15 S20 S30 S40 S50 S60 SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K S70 CABINET model available only Legend: Imot = motor rated current for the stated torque overload Inom = continuous rated current of the inverter Imax = max.5 12.4 2.5 16.15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K 3.1.4 7.9 5.3 3.6 4 4.8 4.5 8.6 4.5 10.5 30 30 41 41 41 72 80 88 103 120 135 180 195 215 240 300 345 375 390 480 550 630 720 800 900 1000 1200 Imax A 11.5 22 24 22 25 27 25 29 32 30 36 39 34 39 43 37 44 48 45 50 54 55 65 71 65 76 83 75 84 91 90 100 109 100 112 122 110 126 137 120 138 151 132 153 167 200 170 191 209 250 200 225 246 295 220 255 278 333 250 280 315 355 400 359 412 473 591 641 392 449 516 644 700 470 538 618 772 839 DELIVERABLE CURRENT 660690VAC kW 240 300 354 400 564 646 741 927 1006 Imot A 5 6.2 9.5 16. for 60 sec every 10 min for S40 and higher 56/95 .7 3 3.4 T ECHNICAL SHEET FOR STRONG A PPLICATIONS : O VERLOAD 200% Size MODEL SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K 0005 0007 0009 0011 0014 0017 0020 0025 0030 0035 0040 0049 0060 0067 0074 0086 0113 0129 0150 0162 0179 0200 0216 0250 0312 0366 0399 0457 0524 0598 0748 0831 200230VAC kW 1.5 6.9 3.8 7.

8 12.8 10 10 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Peak current @ 20ms (ARMS) 15 17 24 29 35 40 45 59 69 87 90 118 138 146 180 194 251 270 310 333 420 450 537 599 751 826 901 1080 1213 1350 1595 1767 Instant (Apeak) 28 33 47 56 67 77 87 114 133 167 173 228 266 280 347 373 484 520 596 640 807 867 1033 1153 1444 1589 1733 2078 2333 2597 3069 3400 S05 S10 S15 S20 S30 S40 S50 S60 SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K SINUS K S70 SINUS K SINUS K 0005 0007 0009 0011 0014 0017 0020 0025 0030 0035 0040 0049 0060 0067 0074 0086 0113 0129 0150 0162 0179 0200 0216 0250 0312 0366 0399 0457 0524 0598 0748 0831 57/95 . recommended carrier frequency (parameters C01 and C02) Size MODEL LIGHT (kHz) 8 8 8 8 8 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 STANDARD (kHz) 10 10 10 10 10 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 HEAVY (kHz) 16 16 16 16 12.8 12.8 12.8 12.8 16 12. Max.8 12.2 CARRIER FREQUENCY SETTING (IFD SW only) AND PEAK CURRENT SETTING The continuous current generated by the inverter in continuous operation type S1 at 40°C depends on the carrier frequency.8 12. Carrier values may be set through parameters C01 and C02.8 12. Carrier Frequency submenu.8 12.8 12.8 10 10 10 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 STRONG (kHz) 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 12.8 12.8 10 10 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Max.SINUS K 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL 3.8 12.8 12. carrier (kHz) 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 12.8 10 5 12.8 12.8 12.8 12. Do not exceed the carrier values stated in the table below.8 12.

value acknowledged by the inverter. For IFD SW only. 58/95 . the application requirements and the supply voltage. i.1 BRAKING RESISTORS 4. A correct dimensioning of the braking resistor is based on the equipment duty cycle and the power regenerated during the braking stage.e. The braking resistor is to be incorporated in the inverter and connected to terminal B and terminal + (see section 1. the rated power determines the mean power to be dissipated in the braking resistor and is relating to the duty cycle of the equipment. The Ohm value determines the instant power dissipated in the braking resistor and is relating to the motor power. the braking module is enabled through programming parameter C57.15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K 4 ACCESSORIES 4. refer to the braking module instruction manual. SINUS K inverters are supplied with a built-in braking module. For more details on the connection and features of the external braking module. Special Functions submenu. An external braking module is used for higher sizes (MFI).1 A PPLICATION TABLES From size S05 to size S30.1. The braking resistor power is stated as an approximate value.4 “Wiring”). When choosing the braking resistor. consider its Ohm value and rated power. It is not possible to connect resistors with a Ohm value lower than the min. to the resistor activation time with respect the duty cycle full time (the duty cycle of the resistor is equal to the motor braking time divided by the equipment duty cycle). The following pages contain application tables stating the resistors to be used depending on the inverter size.

SINUS K 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL 4.6Ω−12000W 2*MFI-E 4T 90 10Ω−10Ω−8000W (note 1) 2*MFI-E 4T 90 6.6Ω−12000W 5 6. Do not connect any braking resistor with an Ohm value lower than the value stated in the tables.6Ω−12000W (note 1) 2*MFI-E 4T 90 6.6Ω−12000W 6 6.6Ω−6.6Ω−12000W (note 1) 3*MFI-E 4T 90 6.5 10Ω-8000W 8. Power dissipated by braking resistors may be equal to approx.1. 10% of the connected motor rated power. Do not install braking resistors near heat-sensitive equipment or objects.1. see manual relating to MFI braking module.6Ω−6. resistor to be connected to the inverter Ω SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K 0005 0007 0009 0011 0014 0017 0020 0025 0030 0035 0040 0049 0060 0067 0074 0086 0113 0129 0150 0162 0179 0200 0216 0250 0312 0366 0399 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T XA2X2 4T XA2X2 4T XA2X2 4T XA2X2 4T XA2X0 4T XA2X0 4T XA2X0 BRANKING DUTY CYCLE OF DUTY CYCLE 10% Degree of Protection IP54 or IP55 up to 25Ω/1800W IP20 for higher power values Size MODEL Code RE3063750 RE3063750 RE3083500 RE3083500 RE3083500 RE3093500 RE3093500 RE3103250 RE3103250 RE3103250 RE3483150 RE3483150 RE3763100 RE3763100 RE3763100 RE3763100 RE4022660 RE4022660 RE4022660 RE4022660 2*RE3763100 2*RE4022660 2*RE4022660 2*RE4022660 3*RE4022660 3*RE4022660 3*RE4022660 S05 S10 S15 S20 S30 S40 S50 SINUS K 50 75Ω-1100W 50 75Ω-550W 50 50Ω-1100W 50 50Ω-1100W 50 50Ω-1100W 50 50Ω-1500W 50 50Ω-1500W 20 25Ω-1800W 20 25Ω-1800W 20 25Ω-1800W 15 15Ω-4000W 10 15Ω-4000W 10 10Ω-8000W 10 10Ω-8000W 8.6Ω−12000W (note 1) 2*MFI-E 4T 90 6.6Ω−6.6Ω−12000W (note1) 3*MFI-E 4T 90 6.1 B R A K I N G R E S I S T O R S F O R A P P L I C A T I O N S W I T H 10% A N D 380-500V A C S U P P L Y V O L T A G E Min.6Ω−6. DANGER: CAUTION: Braking resistors may reach temperatures higher than 200°C.6Ω−6.6Ω−12000W (note1) 3*MFI-E 4T 90 6. Use a proper air-cooling system.6Ω−12000W 5 6.6Ω−6.6Ω−6.6Ω−6. CAUTION: 59/95 .6Ω−12000W (note1) (note 1): For the connection of MFI and braking resistors.5 10Ω-8000W 6 6.6Ω−6.

Use a proper air-cooling system. 20% of the connected motor rated power.6Ω−120000W (note 3) 4*MFI-E 4T 90 6.6Ω−6.5 10Ω−12000W 8. see manual relating to MFI braking module. Do not install braking resistors near heat-sensitive equipment or objects.6Ω−6.3Ω+3. Power dissipated by braking resistors may be equal to approx.6Ω−6.6Ω−12000W (note 3) 2*MFI-E 4T 90 6.3Ω−8000W (note 1) 6 3.6Ω−6.6Ω−6.6Ω−6.6Ω−6.6Ω−12000W (note 3) (note 1): Two series-connected resistors.1. resistor to be connected to the inverter Ω SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K 0005 0007 0009 0011 0014 0017 0020 0025 0030 0035 0040 0049 0060 0067 0074 0086 0113 0129 0150 0162 0179 0200 0216 0250 0312 0366 0399 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T XA2X2 4T XA2X2 4T XA2X2 4T XA2X2 4T XA2X0 4T XA2X0 4T XA2X0 A BRAKING DUTY CYCLE OF DUTY CYCLE 20% Degree of Protection IP54 or IP55 up to 25Ω/2200W IP20 for higher power values Size MODEL Code RE3083500 RE3083500 RE3083500 RE3093500 RE3093500 RE3113500 RE3483500 RE3483250 RE3483250 RE3483250 RE3483150 RE3763100 RE3763100 RE4023100 RE4023100 RE4023100 2*RE3762330 2*RE3762330 2*RE4023100 2*RE4023100 2*RE4022660 2*RE4022660 3*RE4022660 3*RE4022660 4*RE4022660 4*RE4022660 4*RE4022660 S05 S10 S15 S20 S30 S40 S50 SINUS K 50 50Ω−1100W 50 50Ω−11000W 50 50Ω−11000W 50 50Ω−1500W 50 50Ω−1500W 50 50Ω−2200W 50 50Ω−4000W 20 25Ω−4000W 20 25Ω−4000W 20 25Ω−4000W 15 15Ω−4000W 10 10Ω−8000W 10 10Ω−8000W 10 10Ω−12000W 8.6Ω−6.6Ω−6.6Ω−6.6Ω−12000W (note 3) 4*MFI-E 4T 90 6.3Ω−8000W (note 1) 5 10Ω//10Ω−12000W (note 2) 5 10Ω//10Ω−12000W (note 2) 2*MFI-E 4T 90 6.5 10Ω−12000W 6 3.6Ω−6.3Ω+3.15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K 4.6Ω−6. 10Ohm/12000W (note 3): For the connection of MFI and braking resistors. 3.3Ohm/8000W (note 2): Two parallel-connected resistors. CAUTION: 60/95 .6Ω−12000W (note 3) 3*MFI-E 4T 90 6.1.6Ω−12000W (note 3) 3*MFI-E 4T 90 6. DANGER: CAUTION: Braking resistors may reach temperatures higher than 200°C.6Ω−6.6Ω−12000W (note 3) 4*MFI-E 4T 90 6. Do not connect any braking resistor with an Ohm value lower than the value stated in the tables.6Ω−6.6Ω−6.2 B R A K I N G R E S I S T O R S F O R A P P L I C A T I O N S W I T H 20% A N D 380-500V A C S U P P L Y V O L T A G E Min.

1.3 B R A K I N G R E S I S T O R S F O R A P P L I C A T I O N S 380-500V A C S U P P L Y V O L T A G E Min.6Ω−32000W (note 1) 2*MFI-E 4T 90 6. CAUTION: 61/95 .6Ω−6. Use a proper air-cooling system.6Ω−6.SINUS K 4.6Ω−32000W (note 1) 2*MFI-E 4T 90 6Ω−6 Ω−48000W (note 1) 3*MFI-E 4T 90 6. Do not connect any braking resistor with an Ohm value lower than the value stated in the tables.5 10Ω−24000W 8.5 10Ω−24000W 6 6Ω−48000W 6 6Ω−48000W 5 5Ω−64000W 5 5Ω−64000W 2*MFI-E 4T 90 6. Do not install braking resistors near heat-sensitive equipment or objects.6Ω−6. see manual relating to MFI braking module.1.6Ω−6. Power dissipated by braking resistors may be equal to approx.6Ω−32000W (note 1) 2*MFI-E 4T 90 6.6Ω−6. 50% of the connected motor rated power. DANGER: CAUTION: Braking resistors may reach temperatures higher than 200°C. resistor to be connected to the inverter Ω 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T BA2X2 4T XA2X2 4T XA2X2 4T XA2X2 4T XA2X2 4T XA2X0 4T XA2X0 4T XA2X0 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL WITH A DUTY CYCLE OF 50% AND Size SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K MODEL 0005 0007 0009 0011 0014 0017 0020 0025 0030 0035 0040 0049 0060 0067 0074 0086 0113 0129 0150 0162 0179 0200 0216 0250 0312 0366 0399 DUTY CYCLE 50% Degree of Protection IP23 Code RE3503500 RE3503500 RE3503500 RE3503500 RE3503500 RE3783500 RE3783500 RE4053200 RE4053200 RE4053200 RE4163150 RE4163150 RE4293100 RE4293100 RE4293100 RE4293100 RE4452600 RE4452600 RE4552500 RE4552500 2*RE4362660 2*RE4362660 2*RE4362660 2*RE4452600 3*RE4362660 3*RE4452600 3*RE4452600 S05 S10 S15 S20 S30 S40 S50 SINUS K 50 50Ω−4000W 50Ω−4000W 50 50Ω−4000W 50 50Ω−4000W 50 50Ω−4000W 50 50 50Ω−8000W 50Ω−8000W 50 50Ω−8000W 20 20 20Ω−12000W 20 20Ω−12000W 15 15Ω−16000W 10 15Ω−16000W 10 10Ω−24000W 10 10Ω−24000W 8.6Ω−32000W (note 1) 3*MFI-E 4T 90 6Ω−6Ω−6Ω−48000W (note 1) 3*MFI-E 4T 90 6Ω−6Ω−6Ω−48000W (note 1) (note 1): For the connection of MFI and braking resistors.

3Ω−8000W (note 3) 3.3Ω//3.3Ω//3.0 3. 15Ohm/1100W (note 3): For the connection of MFI and braking resistors.3Ω−8000W (note 3) 3*RE3762330 (note 1): Two parallel-connected resistors.3Ω−8000W (note 3) 3.0 10.3Ω//3.3Ω−8000W (note 3) Size MODEL Code RE2643560 RE2643560 2*RE2643560 2*RE2643560 2*RE2643560 2*RE2643560 2*RE2643560 RE3083150 RE3083150 RE3083150 2*RE3083150 RE3482500 RE3482500 RE3482500 RE3482500 RE3482500 RE3762330 RE3762330 RE3762330 RE3762330 2*RE3762330 2*RE3762330 2*RE3762330 2*RE3762330 3*RE3762330 3*RE3762330 S05 S10 S15 S20 S30 S40 S50 3.0 10. Do not connect any braking resistor with an Ohm value lower than the value stated in the tables. 10% of the connected motor rated power.3Ω//3.0 2.3Ω−8000W (note 3) 3.3Ω−8000W (note 3) 3.5 2*MFI-E 2T 45 2*MFI-E 2T 45 2*MFI-E 2T 45 2*MFI-E 2T 45 3*MFI-E 2T 45 3*MFI-E 2T 45 3*MFI-E 2T 45 A BRAKING DUTY CYCLE OF DUTY CYCLE 10% Degree of Protection IP54 or IP55 up to 15Ω/1100W IP20 for higher power values 56Ω−350W 56Ω−350W 56Ω//56Ω−350W (note 1) 56Ω//56Ω−350W (note 1) 56Ω//56Ω−350W (note 1) 56Ω//56Ω−350W (note 1) 56Ω//56Ω−350W (note 1) 15Ω−1100W 15Ω−1100W 15Ω−1100W 15Ω//15Ω−1100W (note 2) 5Ω−4000W 5Ω−4000W 5Ω−4000W 5Ω−4000W 5Ω−4000W 3.3Ω//3.3Ω−8000W 3.3Ω//3.0 25.0 7. CAUTION: 62/95 .0 5. 56Ohm/350W (note 2): Four parallel-connected resistors. see manual relating to MFI braking module DANGER: CAUTION: Braking resistors may reach temperatures higher than 200°C.3Ω−8000W 3.0 25.3Ω−8000W 3.0 25.0 25.2 3.0 5.0 4.5 5.1.3Ω−8000W (note 3) 3. Power dissipated by braking resistors may be equal to approx.3Ω//3.2 4.5 2.3Ω//3.3Ω//3.0 25.15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K 4.3Ω−8000W 3. Do not install braking resistors near heat-sensitive equipment or objects.1.0 25. resistor to be connected to the inverter Ω SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K 0005 0007 0009 0011 0014 0017 0020 0025 0030 0035 0040 0049 0060 0067 0074 0086 0113 0129 0150 0162 0179 0200 0216 0250 0312 0366 0399 2T BA2X2 2T BA2X2 2T BA2X2 2T BA2X2 2T BA2X2 2T BA2X2 2T BA2X2 2T BA2X2 2T BA2X2 2T BA2X2 2T BA2X2 2T BA2X2 2T BA2X2 2T BA2X2 2T BA2X2 2T BA2X2 2T BA2X2 2T BA2X2 2T BA2X2 2T BA2X2 2T XA2X2 2T XA2X2 2T XA2X2 2T XA2X2 2T XA2X0 2T XA2X0 2T XA2X0 25. Use a proper air-cooling system.0 10.3Ω//3.4 B R A K I N G R E S I S T O R S F O R A P P L I C A T I O N S W I T H 10% A N D 200-240V A C S U P P L Y V O L T A G E Min.

20% of the connected motor rated power.3Ω−12000W 3.3Ω−12000W (note 5) Size MODEL Code RE2643560 2*RE2644100 2*RE2635560 2*RE2635560 4*RE2644100 4*RE2644100 RE3103250 6*RE3063750 6*RE3063750 6*RE3063750 2*RE3103250 RE3482500 RE3762500 RE3762500 RE3762500 RE3762500 RE4022330 RE4022330 RE4022330 RE4022330 2*RE3762330 2*RE3762330 2*RE4022330 2*RE4022330 3*RE4022330 3*RE4022330 3*RE4022330 SINUS K 0179 2T XA2X2 2*MFI-E 2T 45 S40 SINUS K 0200 2T XA2X2 2*MFI-E 2T 45 SINUS K 0216 2T XA2X2 2*MFI-E 2T 45 SINUS K 0250 2T XA2X2 2*MFI-E 2T 45 SINUS K 0312 2T XA2X0 3*MFI-E 2T 45 S50 SINUS K 0366 2T XA2X0 3*MFI-E 2T 45 SINUS K 0399 2T XA2X0 3*MFI-E 2T 45 (note 1): Two parallel-connected resistors.3Ω−12000W (note 5) 3.0 4. Do not install braking resistors near heat-sensitive equipment or objects. 100Ohm/350W (note 3): Six parallel-connected resistors. 100Ohm/350W (note 2): Four parallel-connected resistors.3Ω−8000W (note 5) 3. CAUTION: 63/95 .3Ω−3.3Ω−3.0 25.0 25. resistor to be connected to the inverter Ω SINUS K 0005 2T BA2X2 SINUS K 0007 2T BA2X2 S05 SINUS K 0009 2T BA2X2 SINUS K 0011 2T BA2X2 SINUS K 0014 2T BA2X2 SINUS K 0017 2T BA2X2 SINUS K 0020 2T BA2X2 S10 SINUS K 0025 2T BA2X2 SINUS K 0030 2T BA2X2 SINUS K 0035 2T BA2X2 S15 SINUS K 0040 2T BA2X2 SINUS K 0049 2T BA2X2 SINUS K 0060 2T BA2X2 S20 SINUS K 0067 2T BA2X2 SINUS K 0074 2T BA2X2 SINUS K 0086 2T BA2X2 SINUS K 0113 2T BA2X2 S30 SINUS K 0129 2T BA2X2 SINUS K 0150 2T BA2X2 SINUS K 0162 2T BA2X2 25. Power dissipated by braking resistors may be equal to approx.1.3Ω−3.3Ω−3.3Ω−12000W 3. DANGER: CAUTION: Braking resistors may reach temperatures higher than 200°C.2 3.3Ω−3.3Ω−3.0 10.3Ω−12000W 3.0 2.0 5.3Ω−3. 75Ohm/550W (note 4): Two parallel-connected resistors.0 25. Use a proper air-cooling system.0 25. Min.1.0 10.3Ω−12000W 3.3Ω−12000W (note 5) 3.0 8.5 B R A K I N G R E S I S T O R S F O R A P P L I C A T I O N S W I T H O F 20% A N D 200-240V A C S U P P L Y V O L T A G E .3Ω−12000W (note 5) 3. Do not connect any braking resistor with an Ohm value lower than the value stated in the tables.SINUS K 4.3Ω−8000W (note 5) 3. see manual relating to MFI braking module.0 5. 25Ohm/1800W (note 5): For the connection of MFI and braking resistors.0 10.3Ω−3.3Ω−3.3Ω−3.0 5.5 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL A BRAKING DUTY CYCLE DUTY CYCLE 20% Degree of Protection IP54 or IP55 up to 25 Ω /1800W IP20 for higher power values 56Ω−350W 100Ω/100Ω−350W (note1) 56Ω//56Ω−350W 56Ω//56Ω−350W 100Ω//100Ω//100Ω//100Ω−350W (note 2) 100Ω//100Ω//100Ω//100Ω−350W (note 2) 25Ω−1800W 75Ω//75Ω//75Ω//75Ω//75Ω//75Ω−550W (note3) 75Ω//75Ω//75Ω//75Ω//75Ω//75Ω−550W (note3) 75Ω//75Ω//75Ω//75Ω//75Ω//75Ω−550W (note3) 25Ω//25Ω−1800W (note 4) 5Ω−4000W 5Ω−8000W 5Ω−8000W 5Ω−8000W 5Ω−8000W 3.0 25.5 2.0 25.0 3.3Ω−12000W (note 5) 3.2 4.

6Ω/6.6 B R A K I N G R E S I S T O R S F O R A P P L I C A T I O N S W I T H 50% A N D 200-240V A C S U P P L Y V O L T A G E Size MODEL Min.60Ω−12000W (note 2) 6.6Ω/6.6Ω/6.0 2T BA2X2 3.2 2T BA2X2 4.6Ω6.6Ω6.0 2T BA2X2 4.0 2T BA2X2 25.0 2T BA2X2 25.0 2T BA2X2 5. 50% of the connected motor rated power.6Ω/−12000W (note 4) 6.6Ω−6.6Ohm/12000W (note 3): Three parallel-connected resistors. Do not install braking resistors near heat-sensitive equipment or objects.15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K 4.0 2T BA2X2 25.0 2T BA2X2 25. 10Ohm/12000W (note 4): For the connection of MFI and braking resistors.6Ω/6.1.6Ω−6.0 2T BA2X2 10.6Ω6.6Ω−6. resistor to be connected to the inverter Ω A BRANKING DUTY CYCLE OF DUTY CYCLE 50% Degree of Protection IP54 or IP55 up to 25 Ω /1800W IP20 for higher power values Code S05 S10 S15 S20 S30 S40 SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS SINUS K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K 0005 0007 0009 0011 0014 0017 0020 0025 0030 0035 0040 0049 0060 0067 0074 0086 0113 0129 0150 0162 0179 0200 0216 0250 0312 0366 0399 2T BA2X2 25.6Ω/6.2 2T BA2X2 3.6Ω/6.0 2T BA2X2 25.6Ω/6.0 2T BA2X2 8.6Ω/−12000W RE3083500 RE3083500 RE3103250 RE3103250 RE3483250 RE3483250 RE3483250 RE3763100 RE3763100 RE3763100 RE3763100 RE4022660 RE4022660 RE3762500 2*RE3763100 2*RE3763100 2*RE4022660 2*RE4022660 RE4023100 RE4023100 3*RE4022660 4*RE4022660 4*RE4022660 5*RE4022660 6*RE4022660 6*RE4022660 7*RE4022660 (note 4) 6.6Ω6.6Ω/6.60Ω−12000W 10Ω//10Ω//10Ω−12000W (note 3) 10Ω//10Ω//10Ω−12000W (note 3) 6. CAUTION: 64/95 .6Ω−6. Power dissipated by braking resistors may be equal to approx. Use a proper air-cooling system.0 2T BA2X2 5.0 2T BA2X2 10.6Ω−12000W (note 4) 6.5 2T BA2X2 2.6Ω−12000W 5Ω−8000W 10Ω//10Ω−8000W (note1) 10Ω//10Ω−8000W (note1) 6.6Ω/6.6Ω−12000W (note 4) 6.6Ω−6.6Ω6.6Ω−12000W 6.6Ω/6.0 2T BA2X2 10.6Ω/6.6Ω/6.5 2T XA2X2 2*MFI-E 2T 45 2T XA2X2 2*MFI-E 2T 45 2T XA2X2 2*MFI-E 2T 45 2T XA2X2 3*MFI-E 2T 45 2T XA2X0 3*MFI-E 2T 45 2T XA2X0 3*MFI-E 2T 45 2T XA2X0 4*MFI-E 2T 45 SINUS K SINUS K S50 SINUS K SINUS K 50Ω−1100W 50Ω−1100W 25Ω−1800W 25Ω−1800W 25Ω−4000W 25Ω−4000W 25Ω−4000W 10Ω−8000W 10Ω−8000W 10Ω−8000W 10Ω−8000W 6.1.6Ω6.0 2T BA2X2 2. Do not connect any braking resistor with an Ohm value lower than the value stated in the tables.6Ω−12000W (note 4) 6.0 2T BA2X2 25.6Ω/−12000W (note 4) (note 1): Two parallel-connected resistors.0 2T BA2X2 5. DANGER: CAUTION: Braking resistors may reach temperatures higher than 200°C. 10Ohm/8000W (note 2): Four parallel-connected resistors.6Ω−6.6Ω/6.6Ω−6.6Ω−12000W 6.6Ω6. see manual relating to MFI braking module. 6.

2.1: Overall dimensions. Set Brake Disable C67 (IFD SW) or C59 (VTC SW) so as not to exceed the max.1. 65/95 . resistor 56-100Ω/350W Overall dimensions.2 A VAIBLE MODELS 4.SINUS K 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL 4. Set Brake Disable=0 and Brake enableg0 not to limit the operation of the built-in braking module. duration of continuous operation for 200-240VAC (s)* 3.1 M O D E L 56-100O H M /350W 35 30 200 L = 300 M00265-0 Fig. value to be set for parameter Brake Enable (C68 (IFD SW) or C60 (VTC SW)).5 Type 56Ohm/350W RE2643560 100Ohm/350W RE2644100 (*) max. power to be dissipated by the braking resistor. resistor 56-100Ω/350W Wgt (g) 400 400 Degree of protection IP55 IP55 Average pwr to be dissipated (W) 350 350 Max.5 3.1. 4.

5 mm2 P ø4. power to be dissipated by the braking resistor. value to be set for parameter Brake Enable (C68 (IFD SW) or C60 (VTC SW)).4. 66/95 .2. duration of continuous operation for 380-500VCA (s)* 75Ohm/750W 195 174 500 IP33 550 2.8 57 68 300 L 13 Fig.2: Overall dimensions and ratings for braking resistor 75Ω/1300W Overall dimensions and ratings. resistor 75Ω/1300W L Type (mm) P (mm) Wgt (g) Degree of Protection Average power to be dissipated (W) Max.1.2 M O D E L 75O H M /1300W 2.25 RE3063750 (*) max. Set Brake Disable=0 and Brake enableg0 not to limit the operation of the built-in braking module. Set Brake Disable C67 (IFD SW) or C59 (VTC SW) so as not to exceed the max.15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K 4.

5 120 190 40 67 380 380 107112 177182 300 300 3000 7000 IP54 IP54 1300 2000 3 8 wire standard length: 300mm (*) max.3 M O D E L S FROM 1100W TO 2200W I A P L B Fig.5 18 12 not limited 11 Degree of protection 20Ohm/1100W RE3083500 50Ohm/1100W RE3083500 10Ohm/1500W RE3093100 39Ohm/1500W RE3093390 50Ohm/1500W RE3093500 25Ohm/1800W RE310250 50Ohm/2200W RE3113500 75Ohm/2200W RE3113750 95 30 320 8084 240 1250 IP55 950 not applic. duration of continuous operation 380500Vac (s)* not applic.SINUS K 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL 4.3: Overall dimensions and mechanical features for braking resistors from 1100W to 2200 W Overall dimensions and mechanical features. value to be set for parameter Brake Enable (C68 (IFD SW) or C60 (VTC SW)).1. braking resistors 1100W to 2200 W Mean power to be dissipated (W) 15Ohm/1100W RE3083150 M00619-0 A Type (mm) B (mm) L (mm) l (mm) P (mm) Wgt (g) Max.2. 200240Vac (s)* 6 8 20 4. Set Brake Disable=0 and Brake enableg0 not to limit the operation of the built-in braking module. 5 not applic. 120 40 320 107112 240 2750 IP54 1100 4.4. 67/95 . power to be dissipated by the braking resistor. Set Brake Disable C67 (IFD SW) or C59 (VTC SW) so as not to exceed the max.

5 RE3762330 5Ω/8kW 620 600 160 250 60 10.4. and 12kW Mean power to be dissipated (W) Max. 40 RE3762500 10Ω/8kW 2 100 RE3763100 3. duration of continuous operation 380200500Vac 240Vac (s)* (s)* RESISTOR A (mm) B (mm) L (mm) H (mm) P (mm) Wgt (Kg) Degree of protection 5Ω4KW not applic.3 Ω/12kW not applic.4: Overall dimensions.3Ω/8kW not applic.15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K 4.7 IP20 12000 5 200 RE4022660 10Ω/12kW 12 not limited RE4023100 (*) max.2.6Ω/12kW 620 600 200 250 80 13. 8kW. power to be dissipated by the braking resistor. Set Brake Disable C67 (IFD SW) or C59 (VTC SW) so as not to exceed the max.5 IP20 4000 20 RE3483250 39Ω4kW not limited 60 RE3483390 50Ω4kW 90 RE3483500 3.4 M O D E L S 4 K W-8 K W-12 K W Cable bushing PG 11 Fig.6 IP20 8000 not applic. 70 RE4022330 6. value to be set in parameter Brake Enable (C68 (IFD SW) or C60 (VTC SW)). 68/95 .1. 10 RE3482500 15Ω4KW 5 100 RE3483150 25Ω4kW 620 600 100 250 40 5. Set Brake Disable=0 and Brake enableg0 not to limit the operation of the built-in braking module. 4kW.

000W included Nameplate Grounding bolt M8 Grill panel fastening screws Grill panel fastening screws Fastening hole positions Fastening hole positions Fig.SINUS K 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL 4. 69/95 .1.2. For certain models.6 Position of electrical connections in box resistors Remove grids to gain access to wiring terminals.5 M O D E L S – B O X R E S I S T O R S IP23. 4KW-64 K W OVERALL DIMENSIONS Eyebolts for powers over 24. remove both panels to gain access to wiring terminals. Important: Figure shows resistor 20Ohm/12kW.5: Box Resistor IP23 WIRING CONNECTION TERMINAL DETAIL CONNECTION TERMINAL DETAIL Screws 8x20 Connection terminal Fig.4.4.

6Ω/32kW RE4362660 6Ω/48kW RE4452600 5Ω/64kW RE4552500 650 530 710 320 375 20 IP23 4000 not limited 650 530 710 380 375 23 IP23 8000 not limited 650 530 710 460 375 34 IP23 12000 not limited 650 650 650 650 650 530 530 530 530 530 710 710 710 710 710 550 750 990 750 990 375 375 375 730 730 40 54 68 101 128 IP23 IP23 IP23 IP23 IP23 16000 24000 32000 48000 64000 not limited not limited not limited not limited not limited (*) max.mounting plate for the keypad fastening to the cabinet door. Braking modules can be used when a high braking torque is needed.2 BRAKING MODULE A braking module is available to be connected to terminals + and – (see paragraph 1. particularly when a prompt braking is needed for high inertial loads (e. Set Brake Disable C67 (IFD SW) or C59 (VTC SW) so as not to exceed the max.4 “Wiring”) of the inverter for sizes S40 to S70. For any details on the keypad remoting.3 REMOTING KIT The inverter keypad may be remoted. duration of continuous operation (s)* 380500VAC 200240VAC 50Ω/4KW RE3503500 50Ω/8KW RE3783500 20Ω/12KW RE4053200 15Ω/16KW RE4163150 10Ω /24kW RE4293100 6.g. Set Brake Disable=0 and Brake enableg0 not to limit the operation of the built-in braking module. 4. 4.5 “Operating and Remoting the Keypad”.remoting wire (length: 5m). A special kit is supplied. fans). power to be dissipated by the braking resistor.15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K P RESISTOR (mm) P1 (mm) P2 (mm) L (mm) H (mm) Weight (Kg) Degree of protection Mean power to be dissipated (W) Max. 70/95 . which includes the following: . . see section 1. value to be set for parameter Brake Enable (C68 (IFD SW) or C60 (VTC SW)).

… (e. In balanced. .increasing the duration of line capacitors inside the inverter.increasing power factor.). followed by the 23th. Power drive systems with no mains-side inductance generate larger harmonic currents than power drives which do have an inductance. AC inductance suppresses most harmonic currents and protects the rectifier from supply voltage peaks. Harmonic current is generated by non linear loads absorbing nonsinusoidal current. reducing high-amplitude components determines the filtering of low-frequency components. The supply current shape is very similar to a sinusoid. In a 12-pulse inductance. only odd harmonic current exists. the lowest harmonics are the 11th and the 13th. Harmonic current carries no active power. .2.17th. with their relevant low levels. Solving the problem Harmonic current amplitude decreases when frequency increases. as a result. switching feeders and fluorescent lamps. as even current is neutralized by symmetrical considerations. This suppresses the lowest harmonic current in the supply line.1 I NPUT INDUCTANCE We suggest that a three-phase inductance be installed on the supply line to obtain the following benefits: . Three-phase rectifiers absorb line current with a harmonic content n=6K±1 with K=1.3. a 12-pulse inductance is normally used.4 REACTANCE 4. three-phase systems. Voltage generated by current flowing in the transformer reactance may also damage other appliances or interfere with mainssynchronized switching equipment. Unlike DC inductance. power factor decrease and measurement systems instability.limit input current peaks and improve input current shape. 71/95 . thus reducing line current. For >500kW drives.reducing supply harmonic current. the 25th and so on.g. 5th.SINUS K 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL 4. Typical sources of this type are bridge rectifiers (power electronics). Harmonic current The shapes of the different waves (current or voltage) may be expressed as the sum of the basic frequency (50 or 60Hz) and its multiples. etc.13th. it is additional current carried by electrical cables.4.7th.19th. . Typical effects are: conductor overload. Harmonic current amplitude decreases when frequency increases. The better way is to increase low-frequency impedance by installing an inductance.11th.

72/95 .2 details the inductance ratings based on the inverter size. having a different inductance value.4.15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K Harmonic currents 60% With an inductance 50% With no inductance 40% 30% 20% 10% 5th 7th 11th 13th 17th Sequence 19th 23rd 25th Input reactance L2 and L4 are available. Section 4.

3 0.18 0.045 0.5 16.045 0.025 mH 0.09 0.04 0.015 0.12 0.0062 0.09 0.062 0.01 0.18 0.0045 0.03 0. 73/95 .045 0.18 0.03 0.045 0.1 1.0045 S05 S10 S15 S20 S30 S40 S50 CAUTION: Always use L2 inductance under the following circumstances: mains instability.062 0.4.1 1. mains power exceeding 500 KVA.15 0.5 30 30 41 41 41 72 80 88 103 120 135 180 195 215 240 300 345 375 390 480 550 630 type L2 code IM0120204 IM0120204 IM0120204 IM0120204 IM0120204 IM0120254 IM0120254 IM0120254 IM0120254 IM0120254 IM0120254 IM0120304 IM0120304 IM0120304 IM0120304 IM0120354 IM0120404 IM0120404 IM0120404 IM0120504 IM0120504 IM0120604 IM0120604 IM0120604 IM0120604 IM0120704 IM0120704 type L4 code 3x IM0100354 3x IM0100354 3x IM0100354 3x IM0100354 3x IM0100354 IM0122104 IM0122104 IM0122104 IM0122104 IM0122104 IM0122104 IM0122154 IM0122154 IM0122154 IM0122154 IM0122204 IM0122254 IM0122254 IM0122254 IM0122304 IM0122304 IM0122404 IM0122404 IM0122404 IM0122404 IM0122604 IM0122604 MODEL 0005 0007 0009 0011 0014 0017 0020 0025 0030 0035 0040 0049 0060 0067 0074 0086 0113 0129 0150 0162 0179 0200 0216 0250 0312 0366 0399 mH 1.045 0.1 1.015 0.04 0.5 16.01 0.1 0. converters installed for DC motors.3 0.025 0.3 0.015 0.04 0.02 0.3 0.18 0.3 0.15 0.03 0.03 0.0062 0.SINUS K 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL 4.5 12. loads generating strong voltage variations at startup.09 0.15 0.15 0.3 0.045 0.15 0.1 1.0062 0.5 16.0062 0.04 0.2 I NDUCTANCE INVERTER RATINGS INVERTER CURRENT 10.

090 0.Piatt o 50 x 5 25 50 25 Hole ∅12 F oro Ø 12 = G J = M 00269 -A Capocorda pe r connessione Connection lug M M Morsettiera per terminal connessione Connection board M M M5 x 15 M6 x 30 C J B Fastening Fo ro fissaghole gio C J B = G J = M 0 0 26 7 -A F G J F M 00 2 6 4.18 0.1 0.5 5 8 9 17 22 43 53 68 170 105 180 140 180 145 240 185 240 195 300 215 300 230 360 265 M 160 110 160 109 200 110 205 145 200 120 205 155 250 130 260 170 100 250 130 290 170 100 300 160 310 200 120 Connection terminals 15 30 15 Hole ∅9 F oro Ø M6 x 3 0 C J B Fastening hole F ro f ssa gio Terminali pefor r 52 0 A .4.60 0.1 L2 R EACTANCE Code type L2 IM0120154 IM0120204 IM0120254 IM0120304 IM0120354 IM0120404 IM0120504 IM0120604 IM0120704 Current A 18 35 70 120 170 235 335 520 780 Inductance mH 1.13 0.4.5: Overall dimensions of L2 reactance 74/95 .062 0.025 RATINGS Power loss Watt 35 60 80 100 170 170 180 300 410 A 120 B 75 C 14 15 35 40 43 39 45 60 55 M Terminals 335°-Flat 30x5 Terminali per for 335 A .30 0.Piatto 30 x 5 SIZE E 67 125 150 150 G 55 70 80 80 H 130 175 J 61 90 M 25 40 60 60 80 80 Hole 5 14x7 14x7 14x7 18x7 18x7 24x9 24x9 24x9 Wgt kg 2.040 0.Piatto 40 x 5 Terminals 520A°-Flat 40x5 20 40 20 Hole Foro ∅ Ø10 10 Terminals 76A°-Flat 50x5 Terminali pefor r 78 A .15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K 4.2.A Fig.

4.2.030 0.045 0.010 0.5 22 28 150 105 150 125 180 150 180 150 180 130 240 200 240 190 200 110 250 140 200 100 260 135 CapocConnection or da per cterminal onnessboard io n e M M M6 x 30 C J B Fastening Foro fisshole aggio = G J = M 0 0 267 .2 L4 R EACTANCE Code type L4 IM0122104 IM0122154 IM0122204 IM0122254 IM0122304 IM0122404 IM0122504 Current A 70 120 170 235 335 520 780 Inductance mH 0.6 Overall dimensions of L4 reactance 75/95 .0045 RATINGS Power loss Watt 25 25 45 60 90 180 300 A B C 29 35 55 55 35 60 55 E 125 125 150 150 150 SIZE G 60 75 65 65 65 H 135 135 160 160 160 J 76 90 95 95 95 M 50 50 60 60 60 80 80 Hole 14x7 14x7 14x7 14x7 14x7 18x7 18x7 Wgt kg 4 5 5.020 0.Piatto 0x5 Terminals 520A-Flat 40x5 ∅4 15 30 15 Foro Ø 9 Hole 9 ∅ 20 40 20 F oro Ø 0 Hole 12 ∅1 M 6 x 30 C J B Fastening Fo ro fissaggihole o Terminali per for 780 A .A TerminConnection ali per conne ssione terminals M M Terminals for 335A-Flat Terminali per 335 A .0062 0.SINUS K 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL 4.015 0.5 6 7.4.Piatto ∅30x5 30 x 5 Termin ali pefor r 52 0 A .Piatto ∅ 50 x5 Terminals 780A-Flat 50x5 25 50 25 Foro Ø∅ 12 Hole 10 = G J = M 00 77 9-A Fig.

15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K 4.4.3 L4 S INGLE -P HASE R EACTANCE R ATINGS Code type L4 IM0100354 Current A 35 Inductance Power loss mH Watt 0.15 6 SIZE A 95 B 58 C 12 E 80 H 0 W 34 J Hole 8x4 Wgt kg 1 C W B C Fastening F o r o d ihole f is s a g g io B M 0 0 2 7 5 -A Fig.2.7: Overall dimensions of single-phase reactance L4 76/95 .4.

5 22 45 90 160 250 ≥315 8-pole MOTORS 10 20 30 40 50 > 50 mt. Motor wiring with unscreened cables kW 7. a reactance should be installed on the output of each inverter. when several inverters and their connected motors are networked. This is due to the wire parasite capacity generating current pulses at the inverter output. Screened cables even have a higher capacity and may have problems with a shorter length.5 22 45 90 160 250 ≥315 10 20 30 40 50 > 50 Mt. This current peaks may be limited by an inductance installed on the inverter output. Motor wiring with screened cables kW 7. kW 7. For instance. L2 input inductance may also be installed on the inverter output (see previous section).SINUS K 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL 4. In that case. segregating the inverter wires from the motor wires will avoid capacitive couplings between the wiring of each motor. as parasite capacity is also affected by the type of wiring path and wiring system. 8-pole MOTORS kW 7.5 22 45 90 160 250 ≥315 2-4-6-pole MOTORS 10 20 30 40 50 > 50 mt. The max.4. distance between the motor and the inverter is given as an example.3 O UTPUT R EACTANCE Installations requiring a longer distance between the inverter and the motor may cause overcurrent protections to frequently trip.5 22 45 90 160 250 ≥315 2-4-6-pole MOTORS 10 20 30 40 50 > 50 mt. 77/95 .

15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K Always use an output inductance for >= 10-pole motors or parallel-connected motors controlled by a single inverter Output inductance NOT required Output inductance REQUIRED MOTOR R S T INVERTER INVE SINUS K RTER U SINUS/IFD-IFDV V SINUS/IFDE-IFDEV W L M0 0299 -0 Output inductance wiring CAUTION: L2 inductance may be used when the inverter output frequency does not exceed 60 Hz. For a higher output frequency a special inductance for the max.p. 78/95 . allowable operating frequency must be used.a. Please contact Elettronica Santerno S.

PUSH-PULL. Two versions are available: one for encoders with 24V output signals and one for encoders with 5V output signals. 79/95 . bidirectional encoder to be used as a speed feedback for inverters of the SINUS K series with VTC control and LIFT control.AA231 ZZ0095830. PUSH-PULL.5 ENCODER BOARD ES797/1 Board for incremental. Both 24V supply and 5V supply are available on both encoder boards. DESCRIPTION 5V Encoder acquisition board 24V Encoder acquisition board CODE ZZ0095830.SINUS K 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL 4.AA232 COMPATIBLE ENCODERS POWER SUPPLY OUTPUT 5V or 24V LINE DRIVER. PNP. 24V NPN. NPN. 5V 24V LINE DRIVER. PNP.

E NVIRONMENTAL R EQUIREMENTS 0 to + 50° C ambient temperature (contact Elettronica Santerno for higher ambient temperatures) 5 to 95% (non condensing) 4000 (a.) Operating temperature Relative humidity Max. Signal connector Mounting di Colonnette columns fissaggio 80/95 . 4. Open collector. 200mA Output type: line driver.g.l. 1024 pulse/rev@ 4500 RPM).3 I NSTALLING THE E NCODER B OARD ON THE I NVERTER 1) Turn off the inverter and wait a few minutes.5. 2) Remove the cover allowing to gain access to the inverter control terminals. INPUT RATINGS: Typical input current: 12mA (version 24V) and 10mA (version 5V) INSULATION: The encoder supply line and inputs are galvanically insulated from the inverter control board grounding for a 500VAC test voltage.s. PUSH-PULL (see wiring diagram) Encoder signal max. operating altitude 4.1.2 E LECTRICAL F EATURES COMPATIBLE ENCODERS: Power supply: 5V/24V. NPN.15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K 4.5. The mounting columns for the encoder board and signal connector are located on the left. frequency: 75kHz (e. PNP.5.

make sure the encoder is on.5. Terminal: CHA Channel A encoder CHA Channel A encoder with complementary outputs CHB Channel B encoder CHB Channel B encoder with complementary outputs CHC Channel C encoder (Zero notch) CHC Channel C encoder with complementary outputs +5VENC 5V supply for encoder (max.SINUS K 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL 3) Fit the encoder board and make sure that all contacts enter the relevant housing in the signal connector. 4. 4) Turn on the inverter and set the parameters relating to the encoder feedback (see Programming Manual). Adjustment procedure: put a tester on the encoder supply connector (encoder side of the connecting cable). 200mA with electronic limit) +24VENC 24V supply for encoder (max.5. Fasten the encoder board to the metal columns using the screws supplied.5V).5 T RIMMER Trimmer +5VADJ installed on board ES797/1 allows to adjust output voltage +5VENC. This can compensate voltage drops in case of long distance between the encoder and the encoder board.4 E NCODER B OARD T ERMINALS A 9-pole terminal board is located on the front side of the encoder board. 200mA protected by self-resetting fuse) 0VE encoder supply ground For the encoder connection to the encoder board. 81/95 . rotate the trimmer clockwise to increase supply voltage (max. see wiring diagrams (following pages). allowable voltage for encoder board terminals is 5. 4.

6 5V BOARD E NCODER W IRING E XAMPLE a) LINE DRIVER or PUSH-PULL encoder with complementary outputs Supply: 5V Complementary outputs A and B: 5V b) LINE DRIVER or PUSH-PULL encoder with complementary outputs Supply: 24V Complementary outputs A and B: 5V ES797/1 Version 5V 1 CHA 2 CHA 3 CHB 4 CHB 5 CHC 6 CHC 7 +5V 8 +24V 9 0V ES797/1 Version 5V 1 CHA 2 CHA 3 CHB 4 CHB 5 CHC 6 CHC 7 +5V 8 +24V 9 0V Supply 24V Output 5V EncEEncod Supply 5V Output 5V EncEEncod Encoder d Encoder d 82/95 .15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K 4.5.

SINUS K 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL c) PNP or PUSH-PULL encoder Supply: 5V PNP/PUSH-PULL Output: 5V d) NPN Open collector encoder Supply: 5V NPN Open collector Output: 5V ES797/1 Version 5V 1 CHA 2 CHA 3 CHB 4 CHB 5 CHC 6 CHC 7 +5V 8 +24V 9 0V ES797/1 Version 5V 1 CHA 2 CHA 3 CHB 4 CHB 5 CHC 6 CHC 7 +5V 8 +24V 9 0V Encoder Supply 5V EncEEncod Output 5V Encoder d EncEEncod Output 5V d Supply 5V 83/95 .

15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K 24V BOARD e) PNP or PUSH-PULL encoder Supply: 24V PNP/PUSH-PULL output: 24V f) NPN Open collector encoder Supply: 24V NPN Open collector output: 24V ES797/1 Version 24V 1 CHA 2 CHA 3 CHB 4 CHB 5 CHC 6 CHC 7 +5V 8 +24V 9 0V ES797/1 Version 24V 1 CHA 2 CHA 3 CHB 4 CHB 5 CHC 6 CHC 7 +5V 8 +24V 9 0V Supply 24V EncEEncod Output 24V Supply 24V EncEEncod Output 24V Encoder Encoder d d 84/95 .

1 CHA 2 CHA 3 CHB 4 CHB 5 CHC 6 CHC 7 +5V 8 +24V 9 0V Supply 24V Output 24V EncEEncod Encoder d 85/95 .SINUS K 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL g) PUSH-PULL encoder with complementary outputs Supply: 24V Complementary outputs A and B: 24V ES797/1 Version 24V WARNING: a wrong encoder-board connection may damage both the encoder and the board.

Use a model of encoder suitable for your application (as for connection length and max. Use the special clamp to fasten the encoder wire and ground the cable screening to the inverter. 86/95 . Connect the encoder directly to the inverter using a cable with no intermediate devices.7 W IRING Use a screened cable to connect the encoder to the board. PNP or NPN open collector outputs offer a lower immunity to noise. Screening should be grounded to both ends of the cable.15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K 4. Non-complementary PUSH-PULL.5. such as terminals or connectors. Preferably use encoder models with complementary LINE-DRIVER or PUSH-PULL outputs. The encoder electrical noise occurs as the difficult speed adjustment or irregular operation of the inverter. in the worst cases. Do not stretch the encoder wire along with the motor supply cable. it can lead to the inverter stop due to overcurrent conditions. rev number).

so that radio receivers only receive electrical noise. and 93/97/CEE. the processing control also requires additional devices. if used in the First Environment. PDS of Category C2 PDS with rated voltage lower than 1000 V. High frequency disturbance may interfere with the correct operation of the other devices. . i. In most systems.e.High frequency – electromagnetic interference (EMI) High frequency interference High frequency interference is disturbance or radiated interference with >9kHz frequency. EN61800-3-A11 and following EN 61800-3 issue 2). and so on. as well as standard EN61800-3. EN61800-3/A11 and following EN 61800-3 issue 2) and emissions (EN 55011group 1 and 2 cl. captors. 87/95 . thus causing disturbance: .Low frequency – harmonics. such as computers. A. Standards EN55011 and 50082. Two fields may be concerned: immunity (EN50082-1-2. Interference is often caused by commutations to be found in any device. so they all ensure high immunity against RFI and high reliability in any environment. FIRST ENVIRONMENT Environment including domestic devices and industrial devices which are connected directly to a low-voltage mains (with no intermediate transformer) for domestic usage. PDS of Category C4 PDS with rated voltage equal to or higher than 1000 V or with a current equal to or higher than 400A to be used in complex systems installed in the Second Environment. switching feeders and drive output modules. Drives manufactured by ELETTRONICA SANTERNO are designed to operate under the most different conditions.B. The table below defines PDS (Power Drive Systems) of EN 61800-3:2002 (which will become EN61800-3 issue 2).SINUS K 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL 5 PROVISIONS Electromagnetic Compatibility 89/336/CEE and following amendments 92/31/CEE. This may cause unexpected faults. PDS of Category C1 PDS with rated voltage lower than 1000 V to be used in the First Environment. High frequency noise produced by a device may cause malfunctions in measurement systems and communication systems. define immunity and emission levels required for devices designed to operate in different environments. they are intended to be installed and commissioned by professional users only. EN 55011 group 1 cl. that are usually installed one next to the other. SECOND ENVIRONMENT Environment including industrial connections different from “First Environment” connections. Critical values range from 150kHz to 1000MHz. PDS of Category C3 PDS with rated voltage lower than 1000 V to be used in the Second Environment. 93/68/CEE.

88/95 . The diagrams below show emission limits allowed by Pr EN 61800-3 issue 2 (corresponding to EN61800-3/A11) First enviroment Disturbance Limits' 90 80 70 dB (uV) 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 0. EN55011 gr.1 cl. EN618003/A11.1 1 10 100 log f (MHz) A2 = EN 61800-3 issue 2 SECOND ENVIRONMENT Category C3. B.1 cl. EN61800-3/A11. EN50081-2. A.1 1 10 100 Quasi-Peak Category C2 Mean Value Category C2 Quasi-Peak Category C1 Mean Value Category C1 log f (MHz) A1 = EN 61800-3 issue 2 FIRST ENVIRONMENT. EN55011 gr. EN50081-1. EN61800-3/A11.2 cl. EN55011 gr. A. 'SECOND ENVIROMENT' Disturbance Limit 140 120 100 Quasi-Peak I <= 100 A Mean Value I <= 100 A Quasi-Peak I > 100 A Mean Value I > 100 A dB (uV) 80 60 40 20 0 0.15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K Emission Limits The standards in force also define the allowable emission level for different environments. B = EN 61800-3 issue 2 FIRST ENVIRONMENT. Category C2.-2. Category C1.

ELETTRONICA SANTERNO is the only manufacturer offering power drive systems with built-in A2-level filters up to 1200kW. Part 4: Testing and Measurement Techniques. Electromagnetic Field Immunity Test. 92/31/CEE. As for lifts. immunity is provided by the following tests: . All those classes are provided with the Declaration of European Conformity. A1 emission suppression for PDS installed in the FIRST ENVIRONMENT. Immunity Electromagnetic disturbance is caused by harmonics. Section 3: Radiated. CAUTION: For products with ID “I” in column 7 in the nameplate (see section 1. Section 4: Electrical Fast Transient/Burst Immunity Test. Electrical equipment must be immune from electromagnetic disturbance. For products with ID “A1” in column 7 in the nameplate (see section 1. Part 4: Testing and Measurement Techniques. Section 6: Immunity from Radiofrequency Fields Induced Disturbance. Radio-frequency. Part 4: Testing and Measurement Techniques. voltage variation-fluctuationdissymmetry. EN61000-4-5/IEC1000-4-5 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC). mains failures and frequency variations. Category C2. According to standards EN61800-3:1996/A11:2000 and Pr EN61800-3:2002. Basic EMC Publication. B emission suppression for PDS installed in the FIRST ENVIRONMENT. Additional external RFI filters may be installed to bring emissions of devices of level I or A1 to level B. and 93/97/CEE) EN61000-4-4/IEC1000-4-4 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC).SINUS K 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL Inverters manufactured by ELETTRONICA SANTERNO allow to choose among four levels: I no suppression of the emissions for users who use power drive systems in a non-vulnerable environment and who directly provide for the suppression of the emissions. EN61000-4-3/IEC1000-4-3 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC). semiconductor commutations. Part 4: Testing and Measurement Techniques. Category C3. They can produce radio interference in domestic environments.2): These devices are not provided with RFI filters. Category C1. Section 2: Electrostatic Discharge Immunity Test. ELETTRONICA SANTERNO certifies all its products in compliance with immunity standards in force. They can produce radio interference in domestic environments. standard UNI EN 12015 relating to electromagnetic compatibility requires incorporated A1-type filters for currents under 25A and incorporated A2-type filters for currents over 25A. EN61000-4-6/IEC1000-4-6 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC). Electromagnetic Compatibility (89/336/CEE and following amendments. All classes are provided with CE Declaration of European Conformity according to Electromagnetic Compatibility 89/336/CEE – 92/31/CEE – 23/68/CEE-93/97/CEE (reproduced on the last pages of the instruction manual). CAUTION: 89/95 . 93/68/CEE. Section 5: Surge Immunity Test. additional measures should be taken to suppress radio interference.Immunity: EN61000-4-2/IEC1000-4-2 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC). additional measures should be taken to suppress radio interference.2): These are category C2 devices according to EN61800-3. A2 emission suppression for PDS installed in the SECOND ENVIRONMENT. Part 4: Testing and Measurement Techniques. Basic EMC Publication.

Degrees of protection provided by enclosures (IP Code). Part 1: General requirements. additional measures should be taken to suppress radio interference. Part 1-1: Specifications of basic requirements Adjustable speed electrical power drive systems. Electrical equipment of machines. They can produce radio interference in domestic environments. thermal and energy.2): These are category C3 devices according to EN61800-3. 89/392/CEE. General Requirements and line-commutated convertors. Safety of machinery.15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K CAUTION: For products with ID “A2” in column 7 in the nameplate (see section 1. Adjustable speed electrical power drive systems. IEC61800-5-1 Adjustable speed electrical power drive systems. Electronic equipment for power systems. EN50178 (1997-10) IEC-22G/109/NP EN60146-1-1/IEC146-1-1 Low Voltage Directive (73/23/CEE and following amendment EN60146-2/IEC1800-2 93/68/CEE) EN60204-1/IEC204-1 EN60529/IEC529 ELETTRONICA SANTERNO is capable of providing Declaration CE of Conformity according to the requirements of LOW VOLTAGE DIRECTIVE 73/23/CEE-93/68/CEE and to MACHINES DIRECTIVE. 91368/CEE93/44/CEE (reproduced on the last pages of the instruction manual). 90/95 . Part 5-2: Safety requirements-Functional. Part 2: General requirements – Rating specifications for low voltage adjustable frequency AC power drive systems. Semiconductor convertors. Part 5-1: Safety requirements – Electrical.

magnetic transducer. Electromagnetic emissions produced by the electrical components installed inside a cabinet may occur as conduction. Disturbance may also occur in appliances installed on machines with the same grounding or metal and mechanical interconnections. Grounding Disturbance occurring in the grounding circuit affects the other circuits through the grounding mains or the casing of the connected motor.1 RADIOFREQUENCY DISTURBANCE Radiofrequency disturbance (RFI) may occur where the inverter is installed. weighing systems (loading cells). motor and cabinet grounding. capacitive transducer). changes made to the cabinet structure. resolvers). Disturbance occurs in the sensitive sections of components (optical transducer. optimization of the wiring and cable screening.SINUS K 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL 5. radiation. b) Disturbance and radiated interference from outgoing cables (feeder cables. The figure shows how disturbance takes place: T E R Groud R A R S T E R R A GroudT IN V E R T E R U V W M D isturbi irradiati Radiated interference Disturbance D istu rbi irradiati econd and otti radiated interference D isturbiirradiati Radiated interference Fig. 91/95 . as high-frequency currents flowing in the grounding between the inverter and the motor (capacity distributed to the ground of the motor cable and casing) may cause a strong difference of potential in the system. as they are measurement circuits operating at low voltage (µV) or current signal levels (µA): transducers (tachos. motor cables. signal cables). Always restrict as much as possible the area exposed to disturbance. Disturbance may interfere with the following appliances which are installed on the machines and which are sensitive to radiated interference. photocells or magnetic proximity switches. inductive coupling or capacitive coupling. so as to limit interferences with the other components in the cabinet.1 Disturbance sources in a power drive system equipped with an inverter The measures to be taken to suppress disturbance include: grounding enhancement. encoders. Emissions disturbance can be the following: a) Radiated interference from electrical components or power wiring cables inside the cabinet. installation of mains filters on the line and installation of output toroidal filters on the motor cables. A possible solution is to enhance the inverter. Disturbance is mainly due to high-frequency currents flowing in the grounding mains and the machine metal components.5. PLC or NC inputs/outputs. thermoregulators (thermocouples).

machines using thermoregulation. Incorporated filters installed in the inverters are shown in section 5.2. The following appliances are particularly sensitive to disturbance: computers.1 T HE M AINS Disturbance and radiated interference occur in the mains. Disturbance on the mains may interfere with devices installed on the machine or devices installed even some hundred meters far from the machine and which are connected to the same mains. Limiting disturbance results in weakening radiated interference. ELETTRONICA SANTERNO adopted this solution to suppress RFI. telephone systems.2. radio receivers and TV receivers.4. biomedical equipment.15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL SINUS K 5. weighing systems. 92/95 . Mains disturbance may be limited by installing a mains filter to reduce RFI.

SINUS K 15P0095B2 INSTALLATION MANUAL UNPRINTED REAR PANNEL SIGNAL CABLES SEGREGATED FROM POWER CABLES (POSSIBLE PERPENDICULAR ARRANGEMENT) FILTER – INVERTER WIRES AS SHORT AS POSSIBLE CONTROL TERMINAL Relais Counters OUTPUT TOROID FILTER (for class B only) INPUT RFI FILTER SCREENING FOR GROUND INPUT WIRE TO THE INVERTER (AS NEAR AS POSSIBLE TO THE OUTPUT TOROID INDUCTANCE) AND TO THE MOTOR SWITCH FEEDER mains power supply control wires 93/95 .

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5.2.2 O UTPUT T OROID F ILTERS
Ferrite is a simple radiofrequency filter. Ferrite cores are high-permeable ferromagnetic materials used to weaken cable disturbance: - in case of three-phase conductors, all phases must go through ferrite; - in case of single-phase conductors (or 2wire line) both phases must go through ferrite (incoming and outcoming conductor cables that are to be filtered must go through ferrite). See section 5.2.4 for the selection of the output toroid filter to weaken radiofrequency interference.

5.2.3 T HE C ABINET
To prevent input and output of electromagnetic emissions to and from the cabinet, draw particular attention to the cabinet doors, opening and cable paths. A) Use a seam-welded metal frame ensuring electrical continuity. Provide an unpainted, reference grounding support on the frame bottom. This steel sheet or metal grill is to be connected to the metal frame, which is also connected to the ground mains of the equipment. All components must be bolted directly to the grounding support. B) Hinged parts or mobile parts (i.e. doors) must be made of metal and capable of restoring electrical conductivity once closed. C) Segregate cables bases on the type and intensity of electrical quantities and the type of devices which they are connected to (components that may generate electromagnetic disturbance and components that are particularly sensitive to disturbance): high sensitivity low sensitivity low perturbation high perturbation - analog inputs and outputs: voltage reference and current reference - sensors and measurement circuits (ATs and VTs) - DC supply (10V, 24V) - digital inputs and outputs: optoisolated commands, relay outputs - filtered AC supply - power circuits in general - inverter non-filtered AC supply - contactors - inverter-motor wires

Measures to take when wiring the cabinet or the system: Sensitive signals and perturbator signals must never exist within a cable. Avoid that cables carrying sensitive signals and perturbator signals run parallel at short distance: whenever possible, paths of cables carrying sensitive signals and perturbator signals should be reduced to a minimum. The distance between segregated cables should be proportional to the cable length. Whenever possible, cable crossing should be perpendicular. Wires connecting the motor or load mainly generate disturbance. Disturbance is important in inverter power drive systems or the devices installed on the machine, and could interfere with local communication circuits located near the inverter (radiotelephones, mobile phones). Follow the instructions below to solve these problems: Provide for a motor cable path as short as possible. Screen the power cables to the motor; ground screening both to the inverter and to the motor. Excellent results are obtained using cables in which the protection connection (yellow-green cable) is external to the screening (this type of cables are available on the market with a cross-section up to 35mm2 per phase). If no screened cable having a suitable cross-section is available, segregate power cables in grounded, metal raceways. Screen signal cables and ground screening on the inverter side. Segregate power cable from signal cables. Leave a clearance of at least 0.5m between signal cables and motor cables. Series-connect a common mode inductance (toroid) (approx. 100µH) to the inverter-motor connection.

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Limiting the disturbance in the motor cables will also limit mains disturbance. Screened cables allow both signal sensitive cables and perturbator cables to run in the same raceway. When using screened cables, 360° screening is obtained with collars directly bolted to the ground support.

5.2.4 I NPUT

AND OUTPUT FILTERS

The inverters of the SINUS K series may be delivered with incorporated input filters; in that case, models are marked with A1, A2, B in the ID number. If built-in filters are fitted, disturbance amplitude ranges between allowable emission limits (see section 5 “Provisions”). As for devices of group 1, class B for standard EN55011and VDE0875G, just install an additional output toroid filter (e.g. type 2xK618) on the models with incorporated filter A1. Make sure that the three cables between the motor and the inverter go through the core. The figure shows the wiring diagram for the line, the inverter and the motor.

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Fig. 5.2 Wiring the toroid filter for the inverter of the SINUS K series NOTE: Install the output filter near the inverter to comply with the standards in force (leave a minimum clearance for the cable connections); follow the instructions given for the connection of the ground terminals and the terminals of the filter, the motor and the inverter (see section 5.2.1). Install the toroid filter by leading the connection cables between the motor and the inverter inside the toroid.

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