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Manual

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Rapid Link 4.0 RAMO RASP

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1st published 2011, edition date 09/11 © 2011 by Eaton Industries GmbH, 53105 Bonn

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Danger! Dangerous electrical voltage!
Before commencing the installation • Disconnect the power supply of the device. • Ensure that devices cannot be accidentally restarted. • Verify isolation from the supply. • Earth and short circuit the device. • Cover or enclose any adjacent live components. • Follow the engineering instructions (AWA/IL) for the device concerned. • Only suitably qualified personnel in accordance with EN 50110-1/-2 (VDE 0105 Part 100) may work on this device/system. • Before installation and before touching the device ensure that you are free of electrostatic charge. • The functional earth (FE, PES) must be connected to the protective earth (PE) or the potential equalisation. The system installer is responsible for implementing this connection. • Connecting cables and signal lines should be installed so that inductive or capacitive interference does not impair the automation functions. • Install automation devices and related operating elements in such a way that they are well protected against unintentional operation. • Suitable safety hardware and software measures should be implemented for the I/O interface so that an open circuit on the signal side does not result in undefined states in the automation devices. • Ensure a reliable electrical isolation of the extra-low voltage of the 24 V supply. Only use power supply units complying with IEC 60364-4-41 (VDE 0100 Part 410) or HD384.4.41 S2. • Deviations of the mains voltage from the rated value must not exceed the tolerance limits given in the specifications, otherwise this may cause malfunction and dangerous operation. • Emergency stop devices complying with IEC/EN 60204-1 must be effective in all operating modes of the automation devices. Unlatching the emergency-stop devices must not cause a restart. • Devices that are designed for mounting in housings or control cabinets must only be operated and controlled after they have been installed and with the housing closed. Desktop or portable units must only be operated and controlled in enclosed housings. • Measures should be taken to ensure the proper restart of programs interrupted after a voltage dip or failure. This should not cause dangerous operating states even for a short time. If necessary, emergency-stop devices should be implemented. • Wherever faults in the automation system may cause injury or material damage, external measures must be implemented to ensure a safe operating state in the event of a fault or malfunction (for example, by means of separate limit switches, mechanical interlocks etc.). • Depending on their degree of protection, frequency inverters may contain live bright metal parts, moving or rotating components or hot surfaces during and immediately after operation. • Removal of the required covers, improper installation or incorrect operation of motor or frequency inverter may cause the failure of the device and may lead to serious injury or damage. • The applicable national accident prevention and safety regulations apply to all work carried on live frequency inverters. • The electrical installation must be carried out in accordance with the relevant regulations (e. g. with regard to cable cross sections, fuses, PE). • Transport, installation, commissioning and maintenance work must be carried out only by qualified personnel (IEC 60364, HD 384 and national occupational safety regulations). • Installations containing frequency inverters must be provided with additional monitoring and protective devices in accordance with the applicable safety regulations. Modifications to the frequency inverters using the operating software are permitted. • All covers and doors must be kept closed during operation. • To reduce the hazards for people or equipment, the user must include in the machine design measures that restrict the consequences of a malfunction or failure of the drive (increased motor speed or sudden standstill of motor). These measures include: – Other independent devices for monitoring safetyrelated variables (speed, travel, end positions etc.). – Electrical or non-electrical system-wide measures (electrical or mechanical interlocks). – Never touch live parts or cable connections of the frequency inverter after it has been disconnected from the power supply. Due to the charge in the capacitors, these parts may still be live after disconnection. Fit appropriate warning signs.

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09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Contents About this manual List of revisions Application notes Reading conventions Abbreviations and symbols – Units 1 System Rapid Link System overview Checking the Delivery Ratings – Rating plate – Key to part numbers RAMO – Key to part numbers RASP – General rated operational data Selection criteria Proper use – Designated power supply systems Maintenance and inspection Storage Internal DC link capacitors in RASP Service and warranty 2 Engineering Rapid Link modules – Instance – Manual override switch – Power terminals Electrical power network – Mains connection and configuration – Mains voltage and frequency – Voltage balance – Total harmonic distortion (THD) – Idle power compensation devices – Mains chokes Safety and switching – Fuses and cable cross-sections – Tripping currents at short-circuit – Power bus – Cable length – Residual current device (RCD) – Mains contactor EMC compliance Data bus ASi – Data cable – Data transfer – Head station – Accessing – Cable lengths and voltage drop Sensor inputs I3+I4 Actuator output O3 Fan connection F Motor and Application – Motor Selection 5 5 5 5 6 6 7 8 9 10 10 12 13 14 16 17 17 18 18 18 18 19 19 20 21 22 23 23 23 23 24 24 24 25 25 25 26 26 27 28 28 29 29 29 29 29 30 31 32 32 33 33 1 .

4) – Current lower limit – Sensor inputs I3 + I4 (DIP 5) – Quick stop and interlocked manual mode (DIP 6 + 8) – Phase reversal switch (DIP 7) – Monitoring the current lower limit (DIP 9) – AS-interface diagnostics (DIP 10) – Reading out the diagnostic status via the AS-Interface parameter channel 6 RASP speed controllers Designation Features Connections Special technical data Operation – LED indicators Adjust dip switch – Thermistor and motor cable monitoring (DIP 1) 2 .Contents 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN – – – – – 3 Installation Motor and circuit type Automatic deceleration time extension on RASP Change of rotation Quick stop Interlocked manual mode 33 33 33 34 35 37 37 37 37 38 38 40 41 41 49 51 52 52 53 53 55 55 56 59 59 61 61 61 62 63 66 66 68 68 68 69 69 70 70 70 70 73 73 73 74 75 78 78 80 80 Introduction Installation instructions – Mounting position – Free space – Fixing – Arrangement of power terminals Electrical Installation – Power bus – Notes on replacing devices Functional earth on RASP – Data bus – Cable routing – Insulation test – Rapid Link modules 4 Operation Checklist for commissioning Operational hazard warnings – Manual control – Commissioning the drive 5 Motor starter RAMO Designation Features Connections Special technical data Operation – LED indicators Adjust dip switch – Current monitoring (DIP 1 .

1 = 0) Index 81 81 82 82 83 83 84 85 85 86 87 87 93 93 94 95 95 97 99 101 105 106 107 109 114 117 119 121 121 121 121 122 122 123 125 125 125 127 127 128 129 130 130 136 149 3 .6) – Phase reversal switch (DIP 7) – Internal link – Configuring stop behaviour (DIP 8) – Summary Parameters – Parameter setting – Change parameter values – Parameterization with optional LCD keypad RASP-KEYS1 – LCD keypad RASP-KEY-S1 – Display unit – General information on menu navigation – Select parameters Basis parameters – Drives control (P6) – Motor (P7) – Protective functions (P8) – Fixed frequency setpoint value (P10) – U/f-characteristic curve (P11) – Braking (P12) – System parameter Operational data indicator (MON) Error and Warning messages (FLT) – Introduction – Error Messages – Acknowledge error message (Reset) – Fault log (FLT) – Alarm messages Setpoint input (REF) Appendix Dimensions – Rapid Link System 4.0 Accessories – Device fan RASP-FAN-S1 – Connection cable XMX-CBL-3M4-USB – Optional keypad RASP-KEY-S1 Parameter lists – Basis parameters (P1.1 = 1) – Experts parameters (P1.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Contents – AS-interface diagnostics (Pol 2) Diagnostics and error handling Automatic configuration for servicing – I/O configuration – Sensor inputs I3 + I4 (DIP 3) – Quick stop and interlocked manual mode (DIP 4 .

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0. h Indicates useful tips and additional information. j h To incorporate RAMO and RASP version 4. Application notes Read this manual carefully. h All the specifications in this manual refer to the hardware and software versions documented in it. the housing and other safetyrelevant parts have been left out.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN About this manual a This manual is based on system manual AWB2190-1430. The subsequent chapters provide special information needed to configure. the name of the current chapter is shown on the header of the left-hand page and the name of the current section in shown on the header of the right-hand page. h More information on the series described here can be found on the Internet under: www. Danger! Warns about the possibility of major property damage and serious injuries or death. It contains descriptions for version RA 4.moeller. h i Caution! Warns of a hazardous situation that could result in damage to the product or components. Reading conventions The symbols used in this manual have the following meanings: X indicates actions to be taken. install and operate these Rapid Link function modules. additional configuration and engineering are required. h Please follow the notes in the IL03406019Z and IL03406020Z instructional leaflets. h To make it easier to understand some of the figures included in this manual. Warning! Warns about the possibility of serious property damage and minor injuries.0 in existing Rapid Link systems of versions up to 3. This does not apply to pages at the start of a chapter or to empty pages at the end of a chapter. before you install the Rapid Link system and start using it. We assume that you are familiar with basic physical concepts and are experienced in reading technical drawings and dealing with electrical equipment.net A Support A Download Center 5 . List of revisions This manual has been fully revised with edition 09/11. In order to make it easier to follow the manual. The components described here must be used only with a fitted enclosure and all necessary safety-relevant parts.0 of function modules RAMO and RASP.

341 8.7457 kW 0. Tabelle 1: Unit conversion examples US-American value SI value Conversion value US-American designation inch horsepower pound-force inches Fahrenheit Revolutions per minute pound Designation Length Power Torque Temperature Speed Weight 1 inch (’’) 1 HP = 1.113 Nm -17.205 6 . some of these dimensions are accompanied by their equivalents in imperial units.851 TF = TC x 9/5 + 32 1 2. PE .4 mm 0.de). For the purpose of the equipment's UL certification.014 PS 1 lbf in 1 °F (TF) 1 rpm 1 lb 25. Units Every physical dimension included in this manual uses international metric system units.4536 kg 0.0394 1.informationen@desina.positive earth cable screen connection Parameter Number Default settings The AS-Interface (Actuator-Sensor-Interface) logo is applied to components that comply with standards EN 50295 and IEC 6026-2. FWD LAS LCS LDS LOS LPS PELV REV PES PNU DS Dual in-line package (microswitch) Electronic Motor Starter Electromagnetic compatibility Electrostatic discharge Function number Clockwise rotating field (forward) List of active stations List of Corrupted Stations List of deactivated stations List of offline stations List of Configured Stations Functional low voltage with safe isolation (Protective Extra Low Voltage) Anticlockwise rotating field (reverse) Functional earth. otherwise known as SI (Système International d’Unités) units. The DESINA logo (DEcentralized and Standardized INstAllation technology) is applied here to components conforming to with the DESINA specification (www.222 °C (TC) 1 min-1 0.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Abbreviations and symbols The following symbols and abbreviations are used in this manual: DIP EMS EMC ESD Fct No.

RASP frequency controlled speed control. 4.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN 1 System Rapid Link Rapid Link 4. AS-Interface for communication and diagnostics.0 is a modern.0. 7 . The Rapid Link modules of the latest version. Equipped with a power bus and data bus that are plugged into each Rapid Link module. efficient drive and automation system. it allows electrical drives to be installed and taken into operation much more quickly and cost-efficiently than with conventional methods. Electronic DOL and reversing starter RAMO. Because the Rapid Link modules can be fitted into a power and data bus. the system is quick and easy to install. Plug-in terminal type to ISO 23570. Customer and sector-specific requirements for material handling applications are the main focus of the innovative Rapid Link system’s design. provide tailored solutions with the following features: • • • • • • • Protection type IP65. It is suitable for both simple and complex tasks in all material handling applications. Local operation/hand operation. but specially in horizontal conveying systems. Maintenance and manual override switches (optional).

frequency-controlled motor starter (fixed speeds. soft starting) Power bus: c Energy supply (3 AC 400 V) via circuit-breaker for overload and shortcircuit protection d Incoming supply for ribbon cable e Ribbon cable für 400 V AC f End-piece for flat cable g Flexible busbar junction h Power adapter cable to flexible busbar junction i Round cable for 400 V AC Data bus: o AS-Interface flat cable p Link for M12 connector cables q Extension M12 Motor connection: r Unscreened motor cable s Screened motor cable (EMC) 8 . PE 50/60 Hz ③ ⑱ ⑭ ⑲ ⑮ ⑯ ⑤ ④ ⑦ ⑧ ⑰ ⑥ ⑪ ⑬ ⑩ ⑨ ⑫ Figure 1: Overview Rapid Link Module RA 4. N.System Rapid Link 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN System overview ① ② 400 V M 3∼ 400 V M 3∼ 3 ∼ 400 V.0 j k l m n Plug-in link for round cable Power adapter cable to round cable junction Link for round cable Power adapter cable (round cable) to power box AS-Interface supply via main cable Function modules: a Motor starter RAMO (motor control unit) r Three-phase electronic DOL starter or reversing starter b Speed control unit RASP r Three-phase. bidirectional.

Please observe the labels and instructions on the packaging and for handling the unpacked device. Open the packaging with adequate tools and inspect the contents immediately after receipt in order to ensure that they are complete and undamaged. • Speed Control Unit – RASP-2. RASP-4 or RASP-5 – the instructional leaflet IL03406020Z. page 10). RAMO and RASP are packaged and dispatched carefully. Figure 2: Equipment supplied (RAMO or RASP plus installation instructions) 9 . The packaging must contain the following parts: • Motor Control Unit – RAMO-D or RAMO-W – the instructional leaflet IL03406019Z. The devices should be shipped only in their original packaging with suitable transportation materials. RASP-3.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Checking the Delivery Checking the Delivery h Before opening the packaging go over the nameplate on the packaging and check for whether the supplied component is the same type as the one you ordered (a section "Rating plate packaging“.

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Ratings The device-specific rated operational data of RAMO or RASP are printed on the nameplate on the device’s side. Rating plate position

Rating plate Rating plate packaging Example: Motor starter

RAMO-D02AI1S-C320S1
Article No. 150152 INPUT/OUTPUT: 3~AC, Ue=400V, 50/60Hz POWER: 0,09..3kW/400V 0-series 01W11 Release 00 Made in Germany

Slave Profile S-7.4 IP 65

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RAMO-D02AI1S-C320S1
Article No. 150152 INPUT/OUTPUT: 3AC, N, PE, Ue=400V, 50/60Hz POWER: 0,09..3kW/400V 6,6A : AC 53a : 6-1,6 : 60-1 S/N xxxx; wwWyy; Release 01

IEC/EN 60947-4-2 IEC/EN 60947-5-1

Example: speed controller

Made in Germany

Slave Profile S-7.4

RASP-212AI1S0-C320S1
Article No. 150180 INPUT: 3~AC, 3,2A, Ue=380-480V, 50/60Hz OUTPUT: 3~AC, 2,4A, 0-Ue, 0-320Hz POWER: 0,75kW/400V 0-series 01W11 Release 00 Made in Germany

RASP-212AI1S0-C320S1
Slave Profile S-7.4 IP 65
Article No. 150180 INPUT: 3AC, 3,2A, Ue=380-480V, 50/60Hz OUTPUT: 3~AC, 2,4A, 0-Ue, 0-320Hz POWER: 0,75kW/400V S/N xxxx; wwWyy; Release 01

IEC/EN 61800-3 IEC/EN 61900-5-1

Made in Germany

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Ratings

Nameplate data The inscription of the nameplates has the following meaning (example):
Inscription RASP-202AI1S0-C320S1 Meaning Part no.: RASP = Speed controller (Speed Control Unit) 2 = 2.4 A, rated operational current 0 = No built-in braking resistance 2 = 230 V AC, control voltage for external motor brakes AI1 = AS-Interface profile 7.4 S0 = -10 - +55 °C, without fan C32 = Plug-in power connectors, at bottom 0 = No option (standard equipment) S1 = Standard version Article No Power connection rating: • Three-phase alternating current, 3~ AC, • Input phase current 4.0 A, • Voltage Ue = 380 - 480 V, • Frequency 50 – 60 Hz. Load side (motor) rating: • Three-phase alternating current, 3~ AC, • Output phase current 3.3 A, • Output voltage 0 - Ue • Output frequency 0 - 320 Hz. Assigned motor rating. 1.1 kW at 400 V/1.5 HP at 460 V for a fourpole internally-cooled or surface-cooled three-phase asynchronous motor. (1500 rpm at 50 Hz/ 1800 rpm at 60 Hz). Serial number manufacturing date Week 01 of 2011. Version 00 AS-Interface Profile 7.4 Station profile S-7.4 IP65 Protection type of the housing: IP65

Article no. 150181 INPUT

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POWER

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Key to part numbers RAMO The key to part numbers and the part no. of the motor starter RAMO are in the following order:
RAMO - D 0 2 AI1 S - C32 0 S1 Description

S1 = Standard version Kx = Customer-specific version (x = ID code)

0 = No option (standard version) R = manual override switch

C31 = Plug-in power connections, at right side C32 = Plug-in power connections, at bottom C33 = Plug-in power connections, at left side

S = -10 - +55 °C ambient air temperature during operation C = -30 - +55 °C ambient air temperature during operation

AI1 = AS-Interface, profile 7.4

0 = No actuation for motor brakes 2 = 230 V AC control voltage for external motor brakes

0 = No control output A = Actuators output

D = DOL starter W = Reversing starter

RAMO = Motor starter (Motor Control Unit)

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Key to part numbers of RAMO motor starter

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+40 °C ambient air temperature during operation C = -30 . profile 7. at left side 0 = No fan L = fan S = -10 .3 A rated operational current 4 = 4.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Ratings Key to part numbers RASP The key to part numbers and the part no.C32 0 S1 Description S1 = Standard version Kx = Special version (x = ID code) 0 = No option (standard version) R = manual override switch C31 = Plug-in power connections.6 A rated operational current RASP = Speed controller (Speed Control Unit) Figure 4: Key to parts numbers of the RASP speed controller 13 .4 0 = No actuation for motor brakes 2 = 230 V AC control voltage for external motor brakes 0 = No braking resistance 1 = With built-in braking resistance 2 = 2.4 A rated operational current 3 = 3.3 A rated operational current 5 = 5. at right side C32 = Plug-in power connections.+40 °C ambient air temperature during operation AI1 = AS-Interface.2 0 2 AI1 S 0 . at bottom C33 = Plug-in power connections. of the RASP speed controller are in the following order: RASP .

one time per minute > 120 < 50 RA-DI (Disconnect Control unit) PKZ/ZM25-8 FAZ-3-B20 or FAZ-3-C20 14 .l.8 Hz.s. oscillation amplitude 1 mm (Peak) at 3 to 15. certificates Production quality Protection type (IEC/EN 60529) Mounting position Ambient air temperature Operation Storage Installation altitude Humidity (IEC/EN 50178) Air quality Vibration (IEC/EN 60068-2-6) 6.63 Hz ±0 %) 380 .+55 -30 .15 % to 415 + 10 % 50/60 (47 .+70 -10 . constant amplitude 0..+70 m % 0 to 1000 a.8 to 150 Hz Storage and transport: 15 g. maximum acceleration amplitude 2 g at 15.System Rapid Link 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN General rated operational data Technical data Formula sign Unit Value RAMO General Standards IEC/EN 60947-4-2 IEC/EN 60947-5-1 IEC/EN 61000-6-2 IEC/EN 61000-6-4 Approvals. ISO 9001 IP65 vertical (a page 37) -10 . type “1” coordination (incoming unit power bus) THD IK Number % kA Ue Ue V V 1000 shocks per axis 3 AC 400 230 3 AC 400 230 ULN fLN V Hz 400 .15 mm/ const. above 1000 m with 1% performance reduction per 100 m.66 Hz ±0 %) Alternating voltage. acceleration 2 g 3 – 150 Hz. noncondensing Mechanical shock resistance (IEC/EN 60068-2-27) Main circuit Feeder Rated operational voltage Rated operating voltage for brake control (RAMO-Dx2…. center-point-earthed star network (TN-S network) Phase-earthed AC supply systems are not permissible. relative humidity. up to 2000 m. RASP-xx2…) Voltage levels Frequency range System configuration Mains switch-on frequency Mains current Short-circuit current Short-circuit protective device. < 95 %. 11 ms (in the packaging) UPS drop test i i H pw oC oC RASP IEC/EN61800-3 IEC/EN61800-5-1 CE RoHS. max. RASP-Wx2….+40 -30 .15 % to 480 + 10 % 50/60 (45 .

ULN 0 .at 460 V.50 Hz. 50 Hz .4.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Ratings Technical data Formula sign Unit Value RAMO RASP III > 3.6 0.2 U2 f2 Ie I V AC Hz A A IL IL A A - 3.3 .11.8.2 1/2 .4 - I mA Number 31 7 (hex) 4 (hex) 1) Plus power supply for connected actuators (I3 + I4) 2) Assigned motor rating for normal internally and externally ventilated three-phase asynchronous motors with 1500 rpm (at 50 Hz) or 1800 rpm (at 60 Hz).11.at 400 V.4 . 320 Hz 2.3 U V % 24 -15 bis 20 160 1) 7.18 .3 . total power consumption from ASInterface power supply unit (30 V) Specification Station addresses I/O Code or I/O configuration ID-code t t ms ms Number 25 35 > 10 millions connections = ULN = fLN 6. 60 Hz Control Voltage External control voltage for actuators (O3) Tolerance AS-Interface Specification Max.48 .6.8 .4 4.5 Overvoltage category/degree of pollution (DIN/VDE 0110) Rated impulse withstand voltage Leakage current to PE earth (EN 50178) Power section Instance Uimp IPE kV mA III/2 4 - RAMO-D: DOL starter with thyris-tors and bypass contacts RAMO-W: Reversing starter with relays.09 .3 - 0.3 . max.6 0. 15 .3.6 . thyristors and bypass contacts two-phase controlled Frequency inverter with internal DC link and IGBT inverter Switch-on delay off-delay lifespan Output voltage Output frequency Rated operational current Adjustable motor protection Overload withstand capability For 60 s every 600 s at +40 oC For 2 s every 20 s at +40 oC Allocated motor output (with motor protection) .5.6 0 .2.2 P 2) P 2) kW HP 0.

6 A cosϕ 0.System Rapid Link 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Selection criteria Select RAMO or RASP c according to supply voltage ULN of the supply system a and the rated operational current of the assigned motor b. 16 .1 kW 1430 min-1 4. f ① ③ For parallel operation of several motors on the output of a RASP or RAMO separate motor protection (e. If necessary. I. In this operating mode only one motor can be operated on an output of the RASP.g.8) increases the drive dynamics and optimizes the output. h When connecting multiple motors in parallel to the output of the RAMO and RASP.6 / 2. With this function the frequency inverter calculates an electronic image of the motor. Speed control with slip compensation (P11. The motor’s rated current must be assigned to the rated operational current of the frequency inverter (same rating). The motor’s circuit type (D or Y) must be selected according to the supply voltage a. • Rated motor current (recommended value. • Ambient air temperature (rated value +40 °C). h RASP only ② The parallel connection of multiple motors in the output of the RASP is only permitted with U/f-characteristic control. 3 AC ~ 400 V). current monitoring must be set to the rated motor current. the motor currents are added geometrically – separated by effective and idle current components. The RASP’s rated output current Ie must be greater than or equal to the rated motor current. U. the following criteria must be known: • Type of motor (three-phase asynchronous motor) • Mains voltage = rated operating voltage of the motor (e. h Caution! Do not connect or disconnect power connectors (mains. for dampening and compensating the deviating current values. a thermistor) is required. dependent on the circuit type and the supply power supply) • Load Torque. 230 / 400 V ∆ /  1. When you select a RAMO and RASP.g. make sure that they can supply the total resulting current. motor) while RAMO and RASP are operational. For RAMO.81 50 Hz Figure 5: Selection criteria When selecting the drive. motor reactors or sinusoidal filters must be connected between RAMO or RASP and the motor. • Starting torque.

They are designed for installation in machines or for use in combination with other components within a machine or system. Any other usage constitutes improper use. phase compensation capacitors). 17 . protecting. see the nameplate of RAMO or RASP and the documentation. and are designed exclusively for use in commercial applications. as amended by 93/68/EEC). Any other use is not proper use. the apparatus complies with the European Low Voltage Directive (LVD) and the EMC Directives (Directive 73/23/EEC. page 45) you must not: • connect a voltage or capacitive loads (e. For additional information. The CE markings applied to RAMO and RASP confirm that. hydraulic units etc. the RAMO and RASP must not be taken into operation until the associated machine has been confirmed to comply with the safety requirements of Machinery Safety Directive (MSD) 89/392/EEC (meets the requirements of EN 60204). corresponds to DIN VDE 0113. The 24 V DC power supply unit must be earthed on the secondary side. The 30 V DC PSU for the AS-Interface power supply (interface control unit) must meet the safe isolation requirements according to SELV.g. Observe the instructions in this manual regarding physical and electrical layout.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Proper use Proper use RAMO and RASP are not devices for household use. h Rapid Link is intended only for switching. After installation in a machine. Designated power supply systems controlling three-phase motors in machines and plants. • Effective lightning protection measures must be implemented in the plant to prevent damage to electronic components. • All devices connected to the power and data bus must also meet the requirements for safe isolation according to IEC/ EN 60947-1 Annex N or IEC/EN 60950. The user of the equipment is responsible for ensuring that the machine use complies with the relevant EU Directives. non-observation of the instructions in this manual and modifications by insufficiently qualified persons can cause danger from connected actuators such as motors. A connection to IT networks (networks without reference to earth potential) is not permissible . when used in a typical drive configuration. installation. and commissioning and operation: • Rapid Link must be operated only on 400V-three-phase systems with earthed star point and separate N and PE conductors (TNS network). and The vendor does not accept liability for damage resulting from use other than the stated proper use. • make a direct connection to the input (bypass). It must not be operated unearthed. maintenance and operation of the entire plant or machine. since the device’s built-in filter capacitors connect the network with the earth potential (enclosure). j Danger! Incorrect engineering. part 1) must be present. • All Rapid Link function modules fulfil the safe isolation requirements of IEC/EN 60947-1. h At the output of RAMO and RASP (a section "Motor feeder“. RAMO and RASP are electrical apparatus for controlling variable speed drives with three-phase motors. • connect multiple RAMO and RASP in parallel. as amended by 93/68/EEC and Directive 89/ 336/EEC. Annex N. • Emergency switching off devices (to IEC/EN 60204-1. • The thermistor circuits of RAMO and RASP have a double basic insulation. The technical data and connection conditions must be observed. Their function must not be impaired in any way. between the AS-Interface voltage and the 24 V h and 400 V h supplies.

the inrush current should be limited to around 300 to 800 mA (depending on the rating). • Protection type IP65 is obtained only with fitted connectors. RASP only Check connectors (AS-Interface.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Maintenance and inspection RAMO and RASP are maintenance-free if the general rated operational data (a section "General rated operational data“. The DC voltage must then be set to the values of the corresponding DC link voltage (UDC) and fed for around two hours (regeneration time). motor. mains. • Store the devices only in closed original packaging. storage times longer than 12 months are not recommended (a section "Internal DC link capacitors in RASP“). When you call. sensors. • Relative average air humidity: < 95 %. please state only the data which are clearly legible. Dispose of the device according to the applicable environmental laws and provisions for the disposal of electrical or electronic devices.g. • a detailed description of the problem which has occurred with RAMO or RASP. We therefore recommend that regular checks and the following general maintenance measures be performed at the specified intervals. non condensing (EN 50178). influence the components’s lifespan and function. a section "Internal DC link capacitors in RASP“ There are no plans for replacing or repairing individual cards of RAMO and RASP. have the following data ready: • the exact part no.24 months (depending on the environment) 6 .42 x ULN) with threephase line-to-line voltage (400 V). 24-hour hotline: +49 (0)1805 223 822 Email: AfterSalesEGBonn@Eaton. (see nameplate). Service and warranty In the unlikely event that you have a problem with a RAMO or a RASP. only for storage of RASP observed. RAMO and RASP damaged or destroyed through external factors cannot be repaired. If some of the information printed on the rating plate is not legible. 18 . page 63 and page 75) are Maintenance measures Clean cooling vents (cooling slits). etc. Maintenance interval Please enquire 6 . L2). Internal DC link capacitors in RASP After long storage times or long down times without a power supply (> 12 months). about 565 V DC (= 1. Information concerning the guarantee can be found in the Terms and ConditionsEaton Industries GmbH. the RASP must not be enabled (no start signal).com Storage If RAMO and RASP are stored before use. • the date of purchase. suitable ambient conditions must be ensured at the site of storage: • Storage temperature: -30 . External factors can. L1. page 14) and the specific technical data and version particulars (a section "Special technical data“. however. please contact your local sales office.+70 °C. the capacitors in the internal DC link must undergo controlled recharging. To avoid any possible excessive leakage currents from the capacitors. In this case.24 months (depending on the environment) 12 months. RASP only: • To prevent damage to the RASP DC link capacitors. For this the RASP must be fed with a regulated DC power supply unit via two mains connection terminals (e.) and all metallic surfaces for corrosion Charge capacitors. RASP only Check the fan function. in order to avoid damage.

a b e c d e a b c d e Sensor (light barriers) RAMO Motor connection cable Power supply on power bus AS-Interface 19 .09/11 MN03406003Z-EN 2 Engineering Rapid Link modules Rapid Link modules RAMO and RASP are installed in the direct vicinity of the drives. They can be connected to the power and data bus at any point without having to interrupt the bus. Their versions and mounting depend on the required specifications and the local conditions. The below example with RAMO provides a simplified overview.

• with fan. page 13) RAMO-WA…-C32R…… : • Reversing starter with Manual override switch. RAMO-W…-C310… : • Reversing starter with plug-in power terminals on right side. RASP-…0-C320… : • Speed control with plug-in power terminals at bottom.Engineering 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Instance External appearance of various versions (see for example Section “Key to part numbers RAMO”. RASP-…L-C320… : • Speed control with plug-in power terminals at bottom. 45 70 Base without manual override switch 20 Base without manual override switch . • Plug-in power terminals at bottom. • Actuator output O3 RAMO-D…-C320… : • DOL starter with plug-in power terminals at bottom.

the switch can be released again and returned to position I (= ON).20” 3x 4x 3x 4x Figure 7: RAMO and RASP versions …-C32R… Contactor state 0 (= OFF) can be locked by pulling out the red locking collar padlocking device. The motor can then be restarted with a start signal in manual or automatic mode.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Rapid Link modules Manual override switch Versions RAMO-…C3xR… and RASP-…C3xR… feature a manual override switch a.28” ⌀ = 0. After completion of maintenance or repair work. The contactor state of the manual override switch is shown in the illustration below. up to three padlocks with a yoke diameter of 7 mm or up to four padlocks with a yoke diameter of 5 mm can be engaged in the cutout of the padlocking device. which isolates all three phases of the Rapid Link modules from mains voltage. 2 e 5 4 1 L1 3 1 2 3 L2 L3 PE N 5 4 e a Figure 6: Maintenance switch in position 0 = OFF h Before operating the manual override switch. the motor must have stopped. 21 . 0 = OFF I = ON ⌀ ⌀ = 7 mm ⌀ = 5 mm ⌀ = 0. This applies also for handling the motor. j Danger! For RASP the capacitor discharging time (at least five minutes) must be observed. If required.

N.Engineering 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Power terminals Plug-in connections in power section for RAMO and RASP. PE) PIN 1 2 3 4 5 PE Function L1 L2 L3 N – PE 5 2 e 4 3 1 c Hazard warning. only RASP j Danger! Dangerous voltage from internal DC link capacitors (observe discharge time) Pay attention to hazard warnings! b Motor feeder socket (DESINA) PIN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 PE Function U1 Coding adapter W1 Brake N (B1) Thermistor 1 Brake L (230 V h. B2)? V1 Thermistor T2 PE 1 4 6 PE 7 3 5 8 DANGER 5 MIN 22 . a b a c b Figure 8: Example RAMO Figure 9: Example RASP a 5-pole power plug (3 AC 400 V.

14 %: 380 V -15 % . 23 .480 V +10 % (323 V -0 % . 60 Hz (USA) Mains connection and configuration The Rapid Link modules RAMO and RASP can be connected and operated with all control-point grounded AC power networks (see IEC 60364 for more information in this regard). to meet the legal standards for EMC. or symmetry at the connection location is not known. For the bottom voltage value. h RAMO is currently available only for: 380 V -15 % . the permitted voltage drop of 4 % in the consumer circuits is also taken into account. USA) or non-grounded or high-resistance grounded (over 30 O) IT networks is not permissible. Good grounding measures are a prerequisite for the effective insert of further measures such as screen earth kit or filters here. therefore a total of ULN . such as diodes in mains rectifiers or thyristors EMS. 50 Hz) and American as (USA: ULN = 240 V/480 V. 60 Hz) standard voltages: 400 V. these asymmetries in the mains voltage can result in uneven loading of of the input phases and therefore to a premature failure of downstream semiconductors.456 V +0 %) The permitted frequency range in all voltage ranges is 50/60 Hz here (45 Hz .528 V +0 %) h Measures for electromagnetic compatibility are manda- tory in a magnet system. h In the project planning consider only AC power networks that handle permitted asymmetric divergences in the mains voltage F +3 %. Without respective grounding measures.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Electrical power network Electrical power network Mains voltage and frequency The standardized rated operating voltages (IEC 60038. Voltage balance Because of the uneven loading on the conductor and with the direct connection of greater power ratings. VDE017-1) for power suppliers (EVU) guarantee the following conditions at the transition points: • Deviation from the rated value of voltage: maximum ±10 % • Deviation in voltage phase balance: maximum ±3 % • Deviation from rated value of the frequency: maximum ±4 % The broad tolerance band of the RASP considers the rated value for European as (EU: ULN = 230 V/400 V.0 % – 66 Hz + 0 %). the use of a main choke in the mains-side feeder unit of the power bus is recommended. deviations from the ideal voltage form and asymmetrical voltages can be caused in three-phase AC power networks.415 V +10 % (323 V -0 % . L1 L2 L3 N PE L1 L2 L3 PEN Figure 10: AC power networks with grounded center point (TN-/TT networks) h RAMO is currently available only for European standard voltage: EU: ULN = 230 V/400 V for 50/60 Hz The connection and operation of frequency inverters to asymmetrically grounded TN networks (phase-grounded Delta network "Grounded Delta". In consumers with a three-phase supply. 50 Hz (EU) and 480 V.and low-voltage regulations. further steps are superfluous. If this condition is not fulfilled.

THD (Total Harmonic Distortion) With the RASP Rapid-Link modules. The harmonic current emissions that are fed back into the mains network ("mains feedback") are reduced. consider that a main choke is only assigned to a single Rapid Link power bus for decoupling. K = 2 2 2 2 U2 + U3 + U4 +  + Un ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------. This increases the electric strength of Rapid Link modules RAMO and RASP and extends their lifespan. 100% 2 2 2 2 2 U1 + U2 + U3 + U4 +  + Un U1 = fundamental component THD k = 0. This extends the current flow period and dampens mains deviations. the application of main choke is not necessary. current deviations can enable parallel resonance and undefinable circumstances. While planning the project. In engineering the connection of RAMO and RASP to AC supply systems with undefined conditions. When using an adapting transformer a main choke is not necessary. h In the AC power networks with non-choked reactive current compensation devices. We do recommend however that an upstream main choke is used since the network quality is not known in most cases. consider using main chokes in the power bus feeder unit. Idle power compensation devices Compensation on the power supply side is not required for the RAMO and RASP Rapid-Link modules. Mains chokes A main choke (also called commutation choke) increases the reactor of the power supply line. Main chokes are designed based on the mains-side input current (ILN) of Rapid Link power bus. 24 . a main choke limits the mains feedback to permissible values. On RASP. the permitted value for the total harmonic distortion THD >120 %. Main chokes attenuate interference from the supply system towards RAMO and RASP. It is given in percent of the total value. This reduces the mains-side apparent current to about 30 %.1 l K = 10 % ~ -20 dB (THD suppression) U2 + U3 + U4 +  + Un THD = -----------------------------------------------------------------------------U1 2 2 2 2 h For the operation of RAMO and RASP.Engineering 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Total harmonic distortion (THD) The THD (Total Harmonic Distortion) is a measurement for the occurring harmonic distortion of the sinusoidal oscillation (mains power side) input variables.

1) The values in brackets apply when the short-circuit instantaneous release is set to 210 A. use power cables that are suitable for the specified mains voltages.5 mA. the fuses and copper cable that are UL-approved and have a heat-resistance of +60/75 °C are to be used. fuse bases and cables. The length of the motor cable depends on the RFI class and must not exceed 10 m for RASP. 5 Zi2dt 10 [A2s] 8 6 4 FAZ-B FAZ-C 63 A 50 A 40 A 32 A 25 A 20 A 16 A 13 A 10 A 20 A The cross-sections of the cables and cable protection fuses used must correspond with local standards. When the device is operated in a UL-approved system. V. Choose the cross-section of the PE conductor in the motor lines at least as large as the cross-section of the phase lines (U.5 1A 103 8 0. EN 60204) must be observed and the necessary approvals (for example UL) at the site of installation must be fulfilled. 110 A (170 A) 55 A 90 A The national and regional standards (for example VDE 0113. h h Caution!The specified minimum PE conductor crosssections (EN 50178.-B4HI 2 1. The consideration of other standards (e.5 1 1.5 A Tripping currents at short-circuit The tripping current must also be reliably reached in the event of a short-circuit in one pole. h Attention! When selecting the cable cross-section. The leakage currents to ground (to EN 50178) are greater than 3. you can use a 3-pole miniature circuit-breaker In F 25 A and B or C characteristic.5 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Icc eff [kA] 15 10 kA Figure 11: Cable protection with FAZ-3-B20 25 . Make sure that the total current of all motors (including starting currents) or the charging current of all connected speed control units RASP remains smaller than the tripping current when mains power is switched on. Here.5 104 8 6 A2s 6A 4A 3A 2A 4 FAZ-.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Safety and switching Safety and switching Example: Disconnect Control Unit RA-DI.. For RASP a fully (360°) shielded low-impedance-screened cable on the motor side is required.. take the voltage drop under load conditions into account. W). you must observe the following: • The let-through energy I2t in the event of a short-circuit must not exceed 29800 A2s. For a permanent installation with insulation. For an installation in accordance with UL Standards.g. The connection terminals marked PE and the housing must be connected with the earth-current circuit. VDE 0160) must be maintained. Instead of the disconnect control unit RA-DI. 29800 2 1. In = 20 to 25 A1) Short-circuit tripping current Minimum current on short circuit in one pole Max. VDE 0113 or VDE 0289) is the responsibility of the us-er. • Therefore the short-circuit current Icc at the mounting location must not exceed 10 kA (a characteristic curve Figure 11). 6 4 3 0. total current for all motors (including starting currents) 130 A (210 A) 150 A (250 A) Miniature circuitbreakers 20 A characteristic B 60 – 100 A 110 A 100 – 200 A 220 A Fuses and cable cross-sections The fuses and wire cross-sections allocated for power-side connections depend on the rated mains current ILN of the Rapid Link power bus (without mains reactor). use only UL-approved fuses.

50 mO/m (spur line 1.5 mm2) zpower bus = 13.0 mm2) 21.40 mO/m (power bus 4.5 mm2 RAMO RASP 1. 26 You can calculate the cable length for the power bus as follows: U0 x 1000 L= Irm – Zv – ZStich zpower bus Lengt h L U0 Irm zv ZStich = = 230 V (no-load voltage 1-ph) = Tripping current of short-circuit release. 150 A for RA-DI = e.5 mm2 PES PES 1.5 mm2 1. 100 mO (infeed series impedance) = 35.50 mO/m (power bus 2. the upstream safety device must trip.5 mm2 PES PES M 3h M 3h M 3h M 3h Figure 12: Example arrangement system Rapid Link with RAMO and RASP Cable length Observe the following when planning the lengths of the power bus cabling: • On a short circuit in one pole at the end of the power bus.5 mm2) .g.g. which depends on: – Cable length – Conductor cross-section – Current consumption of motors Calculate the short-circuit current and voltage drop according to DIN VDE 0100 to make sure that the protection requirements are fulfilled. for example in the terminal board of the last consumer. . The level of short-circuit current depends on: – Cable length – Conductor cross-section – Short-circuit current at the incoming point • The level of the application-specific voltage drop.5 mm2 4 mm2 1.5 mm2 1.5 mm2 1. e. h Caution! • All devices connected to the apparatus and data bus must also meet the requirements for safe isolation according to IEC/EN 60947-1 Annex N or IEC/EN 60950. • Power supply units for the AS-Interface power supply must meet the safe isolation requirements according to SELV.5 mm2 RAMO RASP 1. Plug-in outgoers can be quickly and safely connected at any point along the bus. The power bus can consist either of a flexible busbar (ribbon cable) or standard round cables.Engineering 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Power bus The power bus supplies Rapid Link modules RAMO and RASP with mains and auxiliary power. 50/60 Hz 210A Q1 F 25 A 4 mm2 1. • For RASP a screened cable is not required on the mains side.

27 . between the motor phases and the shielding of the motor cable and via the Y-capacitors of the internal radio interference suppression filter. j M 3h Figure 13: Example: RAMO Identification on the residual current devices AC/DC sensitive (RCD. IEC 755).09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Safety and switching 3 AC 400 Vh. • height of the pulse frequency (switching frequency of the inverter). 50/60 Hz Residual current device (RCD) RCD (Residual Current Device): Residual current device. take the voltage drop under load into account. RASP work internally with rectified AC currents. B) Demands placed on the group protection device with short-circuit Precondition: Short-circuit current Ik must be greater than the tripping current Irm of the short-circuit release.5 mA with a RASP. h The total current in the power bus changes proportionally with the sum of all flowing motor currents. only AC/DC sensitive residual current circuit breakers (RCD part no. B) are to be used (EN 50178. Ik depends on the impedance or length of the power bus and the spur line. The prevent dangerous. The size of the leakage current is mainly dependent upon the: • length of the motor cable. The user is responsible for ensuring compliance with further standards (for example VDE 0113. h When selecting the cable cross-section. residual current circuit breaker (FI circuit breaker). • shielding of the motor cable. On RASP safety-relevant leakage currents can occur during operation when RASP is not earthed (due to a fault). part no. L 4 mm2 RAMO Ik Q1 I > Irm Residual current circuit breakers protect persons and animals from the existence (not the origination) of impermissibly high touch voltages. The sum of mains currents from RAMO and RASP in continuous operation must not exceed 25 A (power bus 4 mm2). The cable cross-section must be at least 10 mm2 or consist of two separately connected ground cables. Based on the requirements of EN 50178. an increased ground (PE) has to be connected. h 1. If an error occurs. VDE 0289). Warning! With RASP. h The leakage current to ground is greater than 3. in cases deadly injuries caused by electrical accidents and also serve as fire prevention. • Radio interference suppression filter type • Grounding measures at the site of the motor.5 mm2 Attention! Residual current circuit breakers (RCD) are only to be installed between the AC power supply network and the Rapid Link modules RAMO and RASP. the DC currents can block an RCD circuit breaker of type A from triggering and therefore disable the protective functionality. Leakage currents to ground are mainly caused by foreign capacities with RASP.

These component manufacturers. EMC compliance Electrical components in a system (machine) have a reciprocal effect on each other. capacitive and/or inductive sources or by electromagnetic radiation. RASP with built-in radio interference suppression filter ensure maintenance of the limit values of category C3. must offer solutions that ensure standards-compliant use. Rapid Link modules are ideal for use in harsh industrial networks (2nd environment). This requires an EMC-compliant installation (a page 48) and the observation of permissible motor cable lengths and the inverter’s maximum switching frequency (fPWM). This includes the complete Öffentliches Mittelspannungsnetz Öffentliches Niederspannungsnetz PCC Privates Netz Industrie Netz Kategorie C1 Kategorie C1 / C2 Kategorie C1 / C2 Kategorie C3 / C4 Kategorie C3 / C4 Kategorie C2 1. The responsibility to comply with the legally stipulated limit values and thus the provision of electromagnetic compatibility is ultimately the responsibility of the end user or system operator. oder 2. He must also utilize means to increase the interference immunity of the devices of the system. Umgebung Figure 14: EMC environment and category PCC = metering point (point of common coupling) 28 . power drive system (PDS). cables and conductors act like antennas that radiate electromagnetic waves. maintaining the EMC Directives is mandatory. Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) for frequency-controlled drives (variable speed drives) RASP is implemented in accordance with product standard IEC/EN 61800-3. Each device not only emits interference but is also affected by it. Improvements and modifications during mounting and installation or even at the installation site involve additional and even considerably higher costs. Select the mains contactor according to the total mains-side current (ILN) of a power bus (F 25 A) and utilization category AC-1 (IEC 60947). from the incoming unit to the motor. The required EMC measures should be taken into account in the engineering phase. The generic standards of the individual components in a PDS compliant with IEC/EN 61800-3 do not apply. In practice. Above 30 MHz. including all components and cables. Umgebung 1. In Europe. This type of drive system can consist of several individual drives (Rapid Link). The interference can be produced by galvanic. This operator must also take measures to minimize or remove emission in the environment concerned (see Figure 14). the limit between line-conducted interference and emitted interference is around 30 MHz. Umgebung 2. With their high interference immunity up to category C3. h In engineering take into account that jog operation of a Rapid link module must be carried out only through the module’s AS-Interface control input and not through the mains contactor. With line-conducted emission.Engineering 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Mains contactor The mains contactor enables an operational switching on and off of the supply voltage and switching off in case of a fault. A declaration of conformity (CE) refers always to a "typical" magnet system (PDS). The maximum permitted operating frequency of the mains voltage is one time per minute (normal operation). however.

) and with or without data decoupling. Data transfer For transmission the data is modulated onto the supply voltage. 3 A). two metal pins pierce through the cable’s jacket and into the two cores to establish a contact with the AS-Interface cable. unscreened flat cable with a cross-section of 2 × 1. 29 . There is no need to cut and strip cables. time-delay. smoothing.5 mm2 or 3 × 2. as master. dust-tight and resistant to spray-water. AS-Interface networks are quick and easy to implement.8 A at 30 V H AS-Interface voltage. + 10 – Figure 15: AS-Interface-flat band conductor a Piercing pins b Flat cable. The AS-Interface power extender is short-circuit-limited (self-resetting fuse. Several interface control units RA-IN can be supplied by one PSU. The network can have a star. protected against polarity reversal Rapid Link function modules can be installed and removed any number of times at various locations. 6. Data cable AS-Interface uses a geometrically coded. apply ferrules or connect individual cores.5 a b 2 a Head station The head station. for example interface control unit RA-IN. With 31 modules the cycle time is about 5 ms and is calculated as follows: 150 ms × (no. The installation meets the usual requirements. Each module’s transmitter injects the data signals in the form of changes in current. The response time to a control signal through an AS-Inter-face bus is 25 ms ±5 ms plus an AS-Interface cycle time of up to 5 ms. 4 Accessing h For notes about addressing and engineering AS-Interface see the manual of the master controller used. The head station contains a built-in power extender (PEX) which contains a data decoupler for up to 2. linear or tree structure. When a link is connected to the flat cable. etc.5 mm2. manages all communications within the AS-Interface line. The head station requires a power supply unit with 30 V H to ASInterface specification (SELV.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Data bus ASi Data bus ASi PROFIBUS-DP RA-IN PEX 30 V H RA-IN PEX 2 3 1 ASInterface+ – AS- 1 4 RA-IN PEX 2 3 Figure 16: AS-Interface-network in star design The AS-Interface data bus is a system solution for networking different modules. It is used to transfer both power and all data traffic between the PLC and I/O and also supplies the connected devices with energy to a certain extent. This change in current induces a voltage in the data coupling coils. which the receivers of all modules along the AS-Interface bus can read. of modules + 1). establishes the connection to the PROFIBUS-DP field bus and.5 mm2. The cycle time depends on the number of modules along the line (31 possible addresses). For supply cables use standard round cables with 3 × 1. The AS-Interface ribbon cable is self-healing. Engineering is simplified by full flexibility in system layout and mounting.

Calculate current demand and voltage drop to ensure that all sensors.9 m each for 0.5 mm2 b Figure 17: Structure of a data bus a Power supply unit b Head station for string c Rapid Link modules: .5 m long M12 plug cables) – must not exceed 100 m. observe the following: • The total length – including all spur lines and M12 plug cables of the function modules (calculate 0. Length of AS-Interface data cable: The length of the AS-Interface data cable with a cross-section of 1. • Each station must be supplied with at least 24 V H +10/–15 %.Plug cable f 1 m Length l = Voltage drop DU x conductivity k x cross section A 2 x current I 57 m O mm2 [m] Conductivity of copper:  = 30 .5 mm2 c U f 26 V b c U f 26 V a 30 V H F 2. • The head station must be supplied with at least 26 V H.5 mm2 depends on the voltage at the head station and is generally: • AS-Interface voltage > 28 V: 80 m cable length • AS-Interface voltage > 26 V: 60 m cable length Cable length between PSU and head station: The cable length between PSU and a master station is calculated from the voltage drop. This total length does not include the length of cabling between PSU and head station.Voltage at station F 24 V .5 mm2 b c U f 26 V c F 2.Engineering 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Cable lengths and voltage drop When planning the lengths of the AS-Interface line cabling. Voltage drop DU = Length l x current I x 2 Conductivity k x cross section A [V] F 2. actuators and the head station receive the required voltage.

On overload or short circuit a group fault signal is generated and indicated by a lit red Motor LED. The sensors are supplied with 24 V DC from Rapid Link modules RAMO and RASP (AS-Inter-face supply voltage). 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 3 4 4 4 1 1 1 3 4 1 1 „A“-coded (IEC/EN 60947-5-2) 1 = brown 2 = white 3 = blue 4 = black 4 4 Y connector RA-XM12-Y optical or inductive sensors S I F 160 mA N/O NC mechanical sensors Sensor cables coding 24 V DC 31 . the fault signal can be reset with the RESET command. 1 4 I3 + I4 1 2 3 4 L+ – L– 2 3 The input signals of the sensors at I3 and I4 are either incorporated directly in the internal controller of RAMO and RASP or transmitted to a higher-level PLC through AS-Interface. • mechanical (end switch).09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Sensor inputs I3+I4 Sensor inputs I3+I4 The length of the sensor connection cables for inputs I3 and I4 is limited to 5 m. h No capacitive sensors may be connected. Figure 18: Connection sockets of sensors I3 + I4 I3 Rapid Link modules RAMO and RASP have two M12 sockets (I3 and I4) for direct connection of sensors. The total current of all sensors is limited to 160 mA. and with parameters and DIP switch for RASP (a section "Parameters“. page 87). Signal conditioning and incorporation in the control sequence is made with a DIP switch for RAMO (a section "Adjust dip switch“. page 68). for example: • optical (light barriers). When the fault has been rectified. I4 1 2 UV M 3~ STOP F 20 m h RASP only! With optional Y-connector RA-XM12-Y up to four sensors can be connected to these two M12 sockets. The sensor supply is short-circuit proof. • inductive (proximity switches).

Response times: • Up to 20 ms • About 25 ms ±5 ms on quick stop The connection cable must not be longer than 20 m. Fan connection F is fitted only on RASP and already assigned by default in version RASP-…SL-C…. relay. Reference point is pin 3. Actuator output O3 is not actuated directly by I3 or I4 but only through AS-Interface.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Actuator output O3 Fan connection F h RAMO-DA… and RAMO-WA… only! Actuator output AO3 Actuator output O3 (12M connections a figure 19) allows actuation of external signaling elements or relays. max. When the fault has been rectified. 1 A). The actuator (indicator lamp. valve) can be connected to pin 4 (+24 V. Output O3 is short-circuit proof. Reference point is pin 1. the fault signal can be reset with the RESET command. For this pin 2 of O3 must be supplied externally with 24 V DC. The voltage at output O3 (24 V DC) is automatically switched off. The load current must not exceed the load current of 1 A. On overload or short circuit a group fault signal is generated and indicated by a lit red Motor LED. Figure 19: Connecting example actuator output O3 h Only the RASP’s device fans must be connected to fan connection F. 03:4 M 03:3 4 +24 V 03:2 1 2 3 0 V (power supply unit) +24 V (power supply unit) 0 V (actuator) 4 F 1 2 3 4 0V 3 ASi 03:4 03:1 0V +24 V +24 V Figure 20: 03:3 0V Device fan connection F The output voltage at fan connection F is 24 V and is controlled automatically by the RASP. Any other load connected here is considered contrary to intended use. 2 3 03 1 h RASP only! Device fan connection F. 32 .

continuous temperature) should be connected. the motor may not be able to follow the deceleration ramp due its or its load’s inertia. slip-ring motors. Normally this means that the energy flows from a frequency inverter to the motor. 230 S1 / 400 V 0. L2 to V1 and L3 to W1. use four-pole motors (synchronous speed: 1500 rpm at 50 Hz or 1800 rpm at 60 Hz). • The rated current of motor and RAMO or RASP should be the same (avoid overdimensioning the motor). current limitation set to 2. the motor output should not be more than three power classes apart. a RASP with built-in braking resistance should preferably be used. But if the braking resistance is destroyed. This default operating direction can be reversed 33 . Change of rotation Three-phase motors work with clockwise rotating fields (viewed from the motor shaft) when phase L1 is connected to U1. For example: • RAMO-… (max. The braking resistance dissipates the fed back rotational energy from the motor as heat. This results in an increased DC link voltage and possibly to an overvoltage trip. Motor and circuit type The motor’s stator winding can be connected in a star or delta configuration in accordance with the rated operational data on the rating plate. the output is also suitable for three-phase asynchronous motors. • Operating conditions for S1 operation according to IEC 600341. or synchronous or servo motors can also be connected provided their electrical and connection characteristics are the same as those of asynchronous motors and their manufacturer has approved them for the application. • RASP-2… (rated operational current 2. Delta load (for example lowering hoist drives).1 A with DIP switch).09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Motor and Application Motor and Application Motor Selection General recommendations for motor selection: • To the output of Rapid Link modules RAMO and RASP three-phase AC motors with squirrel-cage rotor and surface-cooling can be connected.34. • Where possible. • To the frequency-controlled RASP only motors with at least temperature class F (155 °C max. Other motor types. The difference between the frequencies is the slip. If the deceleration is set to a low value at the frequency inverter (a section "P6. such as external-rotor motors. page 109).6“. page 45) – RASP (a section "Motor feeder“. To ensure reliable operation without overvoltage tripping frequency-controlled drives RASP automatically adjust the deceleration time to motor and motor load. the RASP’s safety trip responds only with a delay because the extended deceleration time takes effect. page 47) Automatic deceleration time extension on RASP In a drive system with AC-supplied motors the energy always flows from the system with the higher frequency to the system with the lower frequency. reluctance motors.79 50 Hz h In applications in which the motor can be driven by its Figure 21: Example of a motor ratings plate U1 V1 W1 U1 V1 W1 W2 U2 V2 W2 U2 V2 Figure 22: Circuit types: Star. a section "Motor feeder on RASP“. h Notes – RAMO (a section "Motor feeder“. The three-phase motor with rating plate according to Figure 21 can be operated in the Rapid Link system ( ULN = 400 V) only in a star circuit. The automatic ramp extension function of RASP in regenerative operation can be disabled with P6.75 kW 1430 rpm 3. The direction of energy flow then reverses and the motor’s rotational energy is fed back into the frequency inverter’s internal DC link.5 / 2 A cos ϕ 0.6 A. In applications with finite travel paths this must be taken into account in the safety concept. page 45. • When operating multiple motors in parallel on one RAMO and RASP. output current 6. The rated operational current of the motor with 2 A at 400 V requires a Rapid Link module (RAMO or RASP) with a rated operational current of at least 2 A. The load can therefore drive the motor past the approached stop position. page 102). for example through overload caused by a fault. This prevents overvoltage tripping.4 A) h Other operational characteristics and speeds are possible only with frequency-controlled Rapid Link module RASP (see a section "U/f-characteristic curve (P11)“.

With the default settings (switch position Down) a clockwise rotating field is produced with control command FWD. Figure 23: Example: Changing phase sequence Quick stop Quick stop is a motor stop function in automatic mode through pin 4 of the sensor inputs: • I3/I4 on RAMO • I3a/I4a on RASP The input signals are processed directly in RAMO or RASP. Example of quick stop function for a vertical sorter with 360 degree eccentric. and an anticlockwise rotating field with switch position Up.a figure 24. When the PLC output (O1) is reset (falling edge). PLC and bus cycle times have no influence on the switch-off times. L1 L2 L3 1 73 U VW FWD 7 OFF FWD L1 L2 L3 1 7 3 UVW FWD 7 ON The input signal at pin 4 (rising edge) switches the motor output off.Engineering 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN with gearboxes or different mounting positions. Whether or not the input signal is still applied when the PLC output is reset or restarted has no effect. Pin 4 Pin 4 STOP a STOP b b b Figure 25: Example: eccentric drive a upper break point b lower break point c c a a a a Figure 24: Examples: Edge-controlled quick stop in automatic mode (pin 4 = I3 or I3a) a Internal response time b Signal O1 from PLC through AS-Interface c Internal signal to motor output as response to the rising edge of the sensor at pin 4 (Stop) and to the subsequently rising edge of PLC O1 (Start) The type of edge control (rising. The "FWD" or "REV" LED flashes when the motor output is switched off by means of quick stop and the PLC continues to set the corresponding rotational direction bit. Quick stop enables precise stopping of the drive when the limit switch is reached. The LED indicates FWD for both directions. falling) for sensor inputs I3(a)/I4(a) is defined with DIP switches: • DIP 3 on RASP (a page 80) • DIP 5 on RAMO (a page 68) 34 . On RAMO-W… and RASP the operating direction can be reversed with DIP switch 7 without changing the wiring. In operation the FWD or REV LED lights up when the PLC has set the corresponding direction bit. the motor output can be switched on again. Through processing in RAMO or RASP the motor is switched off directly. PLC and bus cycle times have no effect on the switch-off times.

This also applies for sensor input I4 and rotating field direction REV. for example. Limit switches connected to inputs I3 and I4. This allows continued manual operation in the same direction after a break point is reached by simply briefly switching over to Automatic and back again. On RAMO-D… interlocked manual operation can be set to act only edge-controlled with DIP switches 6 and DIP 8 (a page 69). 35 .09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Motor and Application Interlocked manual mode In interlocked manual operation damage to conveyed goods or plant through incorrect handling can be avoided. LED-signal under interlocked manual operation of RAMO-W and RASP: LED FWD or REV is lit when the associated operating direction is selected with the selector switch. in reverse direction in manual mode. I3 I3 b a 0 c 0 c a a a a a Figure 26: Interlocked manual operation (example: I3 level-controlled clockwise operation) a Internal response time b Selector switch manual mode c Output signal In interlocked manual operation rotating field direction FWD is inhibited after a rising signal edge at I3 or during a continuous signal. (For an example of interlocked manual operation with RASP a page 84). The motor can then be operated only in automatic mode or. can be used to reliably limit the travel path. for example. light barriers before automatic control through a PLC (AS-Interface) is activated. This function also allows adjustment of. LED FWD or REV flashes while the selector switch is operated but RAMO-W or RASP is switched off through interlocked manual operation. with RAMO-W and RASP. Rotating field direction FWD in manual mode is possible again only after a falling edge is registered at I3 or after a changeover to automatic mode and back again).

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Installation instructions The mounting instructions in this manual apply for RAMO and RASP with standard equipment and protection type IP65. F 90° F 90° F 90° F 90° F 90° F 30° F 30° F 30° Figure 27: Mounting position RAMO and RASP h A mounting that is turned by 180° (stood on its head) is not permissible. if fitted.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN 3 Installation Introduction This chapter describes the mounting and electrical connection of Rapid Link modules RAMO and RASP. For installation instructions. h During installation and mounting cover the operator control and display elements and the connectors in the control and power sections to prevent foreign bodies entering them. see IL03406019Z for RAMO and IL03406020Z for RASP Mounting position Rapid Link modules RAMO and RASP are preferably installed vertically. the fan from ingress of foreign bodies. h Perform all installation work with the specified tools and without the use of excessive force. On RASP it is also advisable to protect the cooling fins and. 37 .

5 lb-in). pulse frequencies fPWM (up to maximum 16 kHz) and installation altitudes (up to 2000 m) require clearance on all sides of at least 20 mm. h Washer and split washer provide a firm seat during fixing.g. g. 1) At an installation altitude up to 1000 m and at an ambient temperature of up to +40 °C no clearance is required to the sides. page 125). in addition. h Clearance dimensions from the mounting base of RAMO and RASP. Fixing with screws The permitted maximum tightening torque for the fixing screws is 1. h Devices with high magnetic fields (e. provide unobstructed handling. these must.3 Nm (11. reactors or transformers) should not be mounted close to the RAMO and RASP. On versions with manual override switch (RAMO-…R… and RASP-…R…) or in the area of the pluggable cable connections b.. on a metal plate). thermal clearances must be provided around Rapid Link modules RAMO and RASP.Installation 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Free space l a d b d c Figure 28: Clearances for thermal air cooling (Example: RASP) Depending on version. RAMO [mm] a above without manual override switch with manual override switch B bottom without power connection with power connection c front side without fan with fan d sideways without manual override switch with manual override switch without power connection with power connection RASP [mm] h For “mobile” installation with two prefitted screws (a page 39 and page 39) larger clearances are required for handling. 38 . M6 4x DIN 125. The table below lists the recommended minimum clearances. h For dimensions and weights of RAMO and RASP see the technical data (page a section "Dimensions“. h Install the RAMO and RASP only on a nonflammable mounting base (e. Fixing 25 ~150 25 ~100 15 ~01) ~150 ~01) ~100 100 ~150 100 ~100 25 50 ~01) ~150 ~01) ~100 2x/4x M6 4x DIN 127. M6 Rapid Link modules RAMO and RASP are mounted with screws. Higher ambient temperatures (up to a maximum of +50 °C).

Fixing dimensions Drill hole with thread for M6 screw. a clearance of about 12 mm should be provided between mounting surface and washer. Horizontal arrangement. Two M6 screws. tightening torque 1.3 Nm.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Installation instructions Vertical arrangement RA…-C32… Horizontal arrangement RA…-C31… RA…-C33… 1 1 2 M6 1 1 173 245 M6 2 2 2 173 Figure 29: 1 2 Fixing dimensions Figure 31: 1 2 245 Drill hole with thread for M6 screw. Where screws are prefitted. Tighten the screws to a torque of 1.3 Nm. center fixing Vertical arrangement. center fixing 245 110 110 245 Two M6 screws.3 Nm.3 Nm. Where screws are prefitted. a clearance of about 12 mm should be provided between mounting surface and washer. tightening torque 1. 110 110 39 . 0 I I II 0 II 3 3 Figure 32: Figure 30: 3 Final assembly 3 Final assembly Tighten the screws to a torque of 1.

C33) Mounting enclosure cover Example: RASP-…C31… 2 Figure 34: Example: Lifting off enclosure cover on a RASP 40 . make sure that the rubber seals are seated correctly (protection type IP65).. remove the four screws in the enclosure cover. for example 90 degrees counterclockwise (to the left). enclosure cover Fix the enclosure cover at the side and lift off carefully. 1 TORX 30 IP Figure 33: Dismantling. To do this.. A horizontal arrangement (RA…-C31… or RA…-C33…) is not available on all versions. 4 TORX 30 IP 5 Nm (44. The power terminals now point to the right.. If necessary. Tighten the screws in two passes. briefed specialists can rotate the black enclosure base to the right or left by 90 degrees. For example. This corresponds with version …-C31. With a rotation to the right they correspond with version …-C33. tighten all four screws to about 2 Nm and then to 5 Nm. The enclosure base can now be rotated.. C31) 90 ° 5 3 Figure 35: 90 ° (≙ .Installation 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Arrangement of power terminals The standard arrangement of power terminals is vertical downwards on versions RAMO-…-C32… and RASP-…-C32…. Finally carefully refit the enclosure cover. always working in a crosswise pattern. h Use a suitable tool (Torx 30 IP) to tighten the screws to a torque of 5 Nm. always tightening two diagonally opposite screws at a time. (≙ . h When assembling. With the four screws secure the enclosure cover on the base.25 lb-in) h Caution! Do not reach into the opened base or the enclosure cover as this can damage assemblies and connections and impair the device’s function.

The flexible busbar is inserted such that the wedge-shaped side is opposite the hinge of the opened busbar connector.. and contactors that feature the indicated permissible nominal current value. h L+ and N are not used on Rapid Link modules RAMO and RASP. The busbar connectors of all system components (ribbon cable outgoers) is shaped accordingly. Danger! The components in the RASP power section remain energized up to five (5) minutes after the supply voltage has been switched off (intermediate circuit capacitor discharging time).09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Electrical Installation Electrical Installation Power bus The Rapid Link system can have one of two types of power bus: • Flexible (RA-C1.risk of injuries! Carry out wiring work only if the unit is de-energized. Caution! Fire hazard! Only use cables. On RASP the motor feeder cable must be disconnected or work on the motor terminal box performed only after the discharging time. A metric marker on the jacket aids with cutting to length. a j h Danger! Electric shock hazard .. An inscription on one side of the busbar provides guidance for coding. we recommend laying the busbar in cable ducting for protection.) busbar Flexible busbar RA-C1-7… is coded for protected against polarity reversal: One edge of the busbar is wedge-shaped. secure it to the ground with cable binders or cable clamps. j M L+ PE N L3 L2 L1 Figure 36: a Hinge Coding of flexible busbar RA-C1-7… h Complete the following steps with the specified tools and without using force. According to product standard IEC/EN 61800-5-1 an additional protective conductor must therefore be connected to the RASP’s heat sink... h In areas in which mechanical damage is likely to occur. Laying the flexible busbar Unreel the flexible busbar. cut to length and lay it. protective switches.) busbar • Round conductor (standard cable) Flexible (RA-C1-7. 41 .5 mA (AC). h Caution! The flexible busbar is not suitable for drawing in and must not be used as trailing cable! Where the flexible busbar is not laid within cable ducts. h Caution! With RASP earth leakage currents are greater than 3.

The Die bushings are dimensioned for a conductor with outer diameter from 10 to 16 mm. PIN Function wire numbers 7 x 4 mm2 1 2 3 4 5 6 green/yellow V1) With bushing RA-C1-DF the flexible busbar can be fed into distribution module RA-C1-VM-7 in a control panel. – for control panel as required. It allows direct connection of a Rapid Link module (RAMO or RASP). X Strip the flexible busbar to the required length (see also note below): – for cable end piece to 19 mm. use cable end pieces (RA-C1-END1) or bushings (RA-C1-DF). Slot the individual conductors into the insulation channels in the busbar end piece up to the stop.5HF. 42 . Installed correctly.7 mm as you may otherwise damage the conductor insulation. – for distributor module to 50 mm. X Cut the busbar to the required length. Figure 40: Pin assignment of ribbon cable junction RA-C1-PLF1 h To strip the 7 × 4 mm2 flexible busbar we recommend tool RA-C1-AZ-4. If using a normal cable knife. all free busbar ends must be safely terminated and sealed to IP65. X Figure 37: Bushing RA-C1-DF for ribbon cable Connections.Installation 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN End-pieces and lead-throughs Once the flexible busbar has been laid. tool for removing busbar jacket Figure 41: Round cable junction RA-C2-S1-4 End-piece mounting X First slide the lower (shorter) part of busbar end piece RA-C1END1 onto the prepared flexible busbar. Figure 39: RA-C1-AZ-4. do not cut into the rubber jacket more than 0. the flexible busbar offers protection type IP65. Round conductor Round cable junction RA-C2-S1-4 is a T-piece for plug-in power adapter cable RA-C3/C2-1. hand ribbon cable cutter h For cutting to length we recommend tool RA-C1-CUT. To do this. The connection is made with contact screws. 1 2 3 4 5 6 PE L1 L2 L3 N +24 V1) 0 PE 1) Not used for RAMO and RASP N L1 PE L2 L3 Figure 38: RA-C1-CUT. Insulation piercing terminals are used for conductor contacting in the power bus. flexible busbar junction Feeder and outgoer modules can be connected at any point along the flexible busbar without interrupting the busbar’s conductors. X Join the upper and lower sections with the two screws.

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Accessories (seal insert, locking clip, the fully wired bushing insert, etc.) is included as standard. For mounting the round cable junction is secured to the substrate with suitable screws (M5). X Strip the round cables to a length of 130 mm (two radial cuts, one longitudinal cut), for example with wire stripper AM16 from Weidmüller.
X

5 6 7 8 PE

0 V1) L3 – L1 PE

1) Not used for RAMO and RASP

h To strip the cable, set the blade so that the conductor
insulation remains undamaged.
X

2

Make a radial cut in the gaskets, lay the seals around the cable jacket and insert it in the provided U-shaped contour in the cable junction.

h The supplied equipment includes two pairs of seals for

cable outer diameters from 10 to 13 mm and from 13 to 16 m. Only these matched gasket inserts guarantee protection type IP65 when used correctly.
X X X X X

1
Turn in the screws [1] all the way to the stop (tightening torque 0.5 to 1 Nm). Place the cover on the base so that it rests fully on the base. The screws must be turned in all the way. Secure the cover with the four screws. (size Pozidriv 2; 1.5 to 2 Nm). To ensure protection type IP65 on cable binder [2] must be firmly tightened about each of the outer gaskets. Slot the attached locking clip for the outgoer plug onto the two studs of the bushing housing. end of the power bus) must be sealed with end-piece RAC2-SBL.

X

Insert the conductors into the insulation piercing terminal and secure them with the screws one at a time.

h The open gasket of the last round cable junction (at the

h The round cable must be laid without tension.
Install only one conductor per terminal. Assignment of terminals and conductors:
PIN
1 2 3 4 5 6

Round conductor with Power box Power box RA-C4-PB65 is a contact unit for uncut round cables from 2.5 to 6 mm2, with protection type IP65.

Function L1 L2 L3 e N 24 V1) 0 V1) Figure 42: Power box RA-C4-PB65

1 2 3 e 4 5 6

h The IP65 enclosure of the power box is supplied without
gaskets (RA-C4-D…).

PIN 1 2 3 4

Function N L2 n. c. +24 V1)

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Power plug and power adapter cable

Power plug RA…C3… (part no.: HAN Q5/0) always has the following pin assignment.
PIN 1 2 3 4 5 PE Function L1 L2 L3 N – PE
3 4 5 1 e 2

Power plug

Having installed the power bus outgoers (RA-C1-PLF1, RA-C2-S1-4, RA-C4-PB65) you can connect the Rapid Link module (RAMO or RASP) to the power plug through the assigned power adapter cables. Power adapter cables:

RA-C3/C1-1,5HF for RA-C1-PLF1

RA-C3/C2-1,5HF for RA-C2-S1-4

RA-C4-PPB/C3-1M5 for RA-C4-PB65

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L1 1

L2 2

L3 3

N 4

PE PE

Motor feeder RAMO and RASP are connected to the motor through a socket connector. The pin assignment of this motor feeder socket complies with the DESINA specification for: • AC Motor (U, V, W) • Temperature sensor (T1, T2) • Motor brake (L, N) Operational safety of plug connectors

RAMO

h All versions of RAMO require connection of the N
conductor (400/230 V)
L3 3 PE PE L1 1 L2 2

h To increase the operational safety of the plug connection

(inadvertent loosening of the locking clips) we recommend securing the connections with a cable binder at the locking clip.

RASP-...xx0...

Mains connection for RASP without control section for external motor brake.
L1 1 L2 2 L3 3 N 4 PE PE

RASP-...xx2...

Mains connection for RASP with control section for external motor brake.

Figure 43:

Securing with cable binder

PIN

Function

Arrangement of pins

Motor outgoer socket 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 PE U1 Coding adapter W1 Brake N (B1) Thermistor 1 Brake L (230 V h, B2)? V1 Thermistor T2 PE
3 1 4 PE 5 6 7 8

Plug connectors

3

5 PE

8 7 6

1

4

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h The PE connection of the motor feeder socket is

connected directly with the PE connection of the power plug.

Pins 5 and 8 of the motor feeder socket are used for monitoring the motor cable and for thermistor protection.
5 8 1 7 3 PE

External brake A mechanical spring-loaded brake fitted to the motor (disk or spring-applied brake) brakes the motor shaft’s rotating motion when the brake coil’s supply voltage is switched off. If the brake is required to engage quickly, DC air solenoids are used. The brake is, in this case, supplied with AC through a functional rectifier built into the motor. Rapid Link modules RAMO and RASP contain a faster electronic switch for supplying and actuating the external motor brake with 230 V AC. It is connected with pins 4 and 6 of the motor feeder socket. The highest permissible continuous holding current is 0.6 A. For releasing the brake, up to 6 A are available for up to 120 ms.
230 V h L1 N

T1

T2

U

V

W

PE

e

M 3h

230 V h 0.6 A

Figure 44:

General motor connection with cable monitoring (T1, T2)
L

6

4 N

h On operation without thermistor the cable ends of pins 5
and 8 must be bridged in the terminal box (cable monitoring).
u

5

8

1

7

3

PE M 3h

Figure 46:
T1 T2 U V W PE

External brake control

e

The external brake is actuated as follows: • With RAMO automatically with the start signal, in automatic and manual modes. • With RASP by the built-in frequency inverter (a section "Braking (P12)“, page 114).

M3h i

Figure 45:

General motor connection with thermistor and cable monitoring

On motors without thermistor the cable ends (pins 5 and 8) must be connected in the motor’s terminal box). On motor cables without the conductors for pins 5 and 8 (for example 4-core motor cables) the two connections must be connected directly in the motor plug.

46

Highest permissible motor rating 10 m. 47 . For RASP 4. 4 6 5 8 1 7 3 PE N L T1 T2 U V W PE F 10 m PES N L T1 T2 U V M3h W PE i M 3h e Figure 47: General connection with a 230 V AC brake j h Danger! Dangerous touch voltage. h On operation without thermistor the cable ends of pins 5 and 8 must be bridged in the terminal box (cable monitoring a fig.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Electrical Installation 4 6 5 8 1 7 3 PE Motor feeder on RASP Speed control unit RASP is frequency-controlled (with a built-in frequency inverter) and requires screened motor cables in the motor feeder. irrespective of the type and version of motor cable used. h For RASP 4.0 the motor cable’s screen braid has to be earthed only at the motor (PES). 45).0 use fully insulated plastic plugs in the motor feeder! Figure 48: e Caution! The motor’s metal enclosure must always be earthed. Screened motor cable fir RASP.

X U1. set the blade so that the conductor Then push the screen braid back to reveal the individual conductors.Installation 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Screen motor cable h Only required for RASP! X Stripping the motor cable ends (radial and longitudinal cut). U V W PE PES Figure 49: 360° screen contact at the motor terminal box a 360° contact screen for the motor cable b Clamp strap with screw for the screen braid X PE Figure 51: Connecting a screen braid (PES) to the motor terminal box. At the motor’s terminal box connect the motor cable’s screen braid to earth potential (PES). 48 . These conductors must be stripped separately. X a a b Figure 50: EMC-compliant connection of the screened motor cable a U V W a 360° contact clamp The substrate must be free from varnish (direct contacting). W and PE) and separately twisted strands B1/B2 and T1/T2 to the corresponding terminals in the motor or in the connector. X h Wrap insulating or textile tape or slide a rubber grommet around the screen ends to prevent the screen braid from splicing. insulation and the screen braid remain undamaged. X Then slide the outer screen braid of the motor cable back towards the cable end far enough that conductors B1/B2 and T1/T2 are covered over a large area and connected with each other. PE B1/B2 T1/T2 Conductors B1 (= N)/B2(= L) for the external brake and T1/T2 for the thermistor have a separate screen braid. The screen clamp shown in the illustration is an example of a largearea earth connection (PES). V1. h To strip the cable. Connect the twisted strands (U. W1. V.

. RA-SP…/C2. RA-SP…-HE…/C3A RASP j If motor cable SET-M4/…HF with metal motor feeder plug is also used on the RASP (insulating enclosure). 1 7 3 PE 1 7 3 PE PES ≦ 10 m (≦ 32. RA-SP…-HE…/C3A) with metal motor feeder plugs..4 ft) PES U V W PE M 3~ e 49 .. SET-M4/.0 replaces older versions (RASP…/C1. RA-SP…/C2.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Electrical Installation Notes on replacing devices In applications in which RASP 4. for example RASP-C….. these metal plugs must be replaced with insulating (plastic) motor plugs.81 ft) PES U V W PE U V W PE PES M 3~ e M 3~  1 7 3 PE PES SET-M4/…HF ≦5m (≦ 16.-HF RASP-CM1. RA-SP…/C1. the motor cable must not be longer than 5 m! Otherwise there is a risk of electrical touch voltages (< 42 V).

Figure 52: Motor cable in insulating plug • Replace the metal plug with a plug with built-in PE connection for the cable screen. Insulate the motor cable’s screen in the plug. – Disadvantage: This cancels the motor cable’s high protection type (IP65). safe operation can be ensured with the following measures: • On motor cables shorter than 5 m the metal motor plug (SETM4/…-HF) does not have to be replaced. a Figure 53: Motor cable with PE connection a 360° contact screen for the motor cable 50 . • Strip the motor cable’s screen braid near the metal plug and connect it with PE over a large area (PES). • Replace the metal motor plug with an insulating motor plug.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN If the existing motor cable will or can not be replaced in existing applications.

51 .7 Nm (15.05 lb-in) TORX Plus® 25 IP a a [mm] RASP without manual override switch RASP with manual override switch f 155 f 180 h The earth connection contact surfaces of the heat sink must be free from paint. According to EN 50118 the PE connection must be made with two PE conductors or with one PE conductor with a cross section of at least 10 mm2. Example:  PE PE ≧ 10 mm2   PES M5 1. Because of the disconnectable power plug in the Rapid Link system the heat sink for RASP must be permanently connected to earth with a second PE cable. Connect the PE cable at the screw labeled with athe earth symbol (e).5 mA.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Functional earth on RASP Functional earth on RASP With speed control unit RASP leakage currents to earth (IPE) can exceed 3.

b a b a Figure 58: Cable routing in cable duct Figure 56: Extension cable RA-XM12-1M 52 . extension cable RA-XM12-1M can be used. This 1 m long connection cable is prefabricated with an M12 socket (connection to RAMO or RASP) and an M12 plug (M12 junction). PIN 1 2 3 4 Function AS-Interface+ – AS-Interface – – Figure 57: Crossover of signal and power cables f 100 mm (f 3. X Cable routing h Always lay the control and signal cables separately from the mains and motor cables. b Figure 54: Junction M12 (order no.Installation 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Data bus You can fit M12 junctions (ZB2-100-AZ1) at any point along the AS-Interface ribbon cable. a Power cables. adapter cable) motor cable b Control cables: AS-Interface (data bus). Both mechanical and electrical connection are made with a single operation: Release the black union nut until the contact tips no longer protrude. The device or module is now ready for operation. sensor-/actuator connection 24 V H Figure 55: RA-XM12-1M. This increases their interference immunity (EMC) and therefore operational reliability.: ZB2-100-AZ1) a The Rapid Link function modules have an AS-Interface M12 plugin connector that fits the M12 junction.94“) h RASP… offers the possibility of activating a second Stop function through pins 2 and 4 of AS-Interface with an external control voltage (24 V DC) (a page 85). On the frequency-controlled RASP further measures are necessary to ensure an EMC-compliant installation (a page 48). Signal and power cables should. as far as possible. AS-Interface branch Extension circuit For connecting the M12 junction ZB2-100-A21 with Rapid Link modules RAMO or RASP. X Retighten the black union nut. This requires a second AS-Interface ribbon cable and connector RA-XA-Z2-1M. X Insert the two-wire profile ribbon cable and clip the junction shut. Avoid laying them in a common cable duct or conduit or tying them together with cable binders. cross at right angles. Do not lay the data bus (AS-Interface) and the sensor and actuator cables directly parallel with the power bus (mains cable). (power bus. mains connection. to a power adapter line or to a motor cable.

V. Measure the insulation resistance between the individual motor windings. 03. Testing the mains cable insulation Always disconnect the power plug before disconnecting Rapid Link modules RAMO and RASP. N. Measure the insulation resistance of the motor cable between the individual phase conductors and between the phase conductor and the protective conductor. you must consider the following measures. W. Testing the motor insulation The motor cable must be disconnected at all terminals (U. T1. The insulation resistance must be greater than 1 MO. ASi. delivered and require no additional testing. h Consider the notes from the motor manufacturer in testing the insulation resistance. If insulation testing is required in the power circuit of the PDS. 53 . The insulation resistance must be greater than 1 MO. PE) and the bridge circuits (star or delta) open. Measure the insulation resistance of the mains cable between the individual phase conductors and between each phase conductor and the protective conductor. The measured voltage must at least match the motor’s rated voltage but must not exceed 1000 V. wait at least five minutes after switching off the supply voltage before disconnecting a cable connection. T2.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Functional earth on RASP Insulation test The Rapid Link modules RAMO and RASP are tested. L. F) and power terminals (power plug and motor feeder plug). The insulation resistance must be greater than 1 MO. j Warning! With RASP. Testing the motor cable insulation Always disconnect the motor feeder plug before disconnecting Rapid Link modules RAMO and RASP. i Warning! Do not perform insulation resistance tests with an insulation tester at the control terminals (I3. Rapid Link modules Disconnect all plug-in connections in the control and power sections. I4.

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9 10 All connected control cables (I3. 4 The cables connected to Rapid Link modules RAMO and RASP are not short-circuited and not connected to earth (PE). Note 2 3 All plug connectors in the power section are made as described in this manual. as well as all the tools used. All wiring and line section leftovers. I4 and AS-Interface) comply with the corresponding stop conditions. delta) of the motor tested).09/11 MN03406003Z-EN 4 Operation Checklist for commissioning Before commissioning Rapid Link Modules RAMO and RASP. 1 Activity Mounting and wiring have been carried out in accordance with the corresponding instructional leaflet (a IL3406019Z). L2. check the following points (checklist): No. page 130. 55 . 12 13 All emergency switching off functions and safety functions are in an appropriate condition. 11 The parameters that were preset at the factory have been checked with the list of parameters. h On RASP. motor's and drive unit's proximity. 5 On speed control unit RASP the heat sink is correctly earthed (PE). a section "Parameter lists“. 7 8 The Rapid Link modules RAMO. 6 All electrical connections on the motor are established correctly. L3) is protected with a fuse. page 10. metal motor plugs are permissible only with a motor cable length of up to 5 m! Each single phase of the supply voltage (power bus L1. The effective direction of a coupled machine will allow the motor to start. connection type (star. h The AS-Interface bus must also be plugged in and supplied with power in manual mode. (a section "Ratings“. RASP and the motor. except for the PE cable. The quality and volume of cooling air are in line with the environmental conditions required for the RAMO. RASP. RASP and the motor are adapted to the mains voltage. have been removed from the RAMO.

Danger! Hazardous voltage! The safety instructions on pages I and II must be followed. DOL starter L1 L2 L3 N PE j L U V W M 3~ PE N Figure 61: DOL starter with braking control RAMO-Dx2…-C3… L1 L2 L3 N PE a Figure 59: b Connections in power section (RAMO) a Power plug b Motor outgoer socket U V W M 3~ PE j Danger! When the power supply is switched on. M 3~ Figure 60: RAMO-Dx0..-C3. The control signal terminals are isolated from the line power potential.. Danger! The motor outgoing sockets are live when the supply (mains) voltage is connected.Operation 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Operational hazard warnings Please observe the following notes. check that all wires are connected to the correct terminals and that all PE and earth connections have been made.. the output of the RAMO carries dangerous voltage even in the OFF/STOP state. U V W PE Caution! Before switching on the supply voltage (400 V AC) for the first time. Figure 62: DOL starter with manual override switch RAMO-Dx0…C3xR… 56 .. Examples of hazard warnings on motor control unit RAMO: L1 L2 L3 N PE j j h Danger! Commissioning is only to be completed by qualified technicians.

N i PE Figure 65: Reversing starter with braking control RAMO-Wx2…C3… 57 .09/11 MN03406003Z-EN L1 L2 L3 N PE L1 L2 L3 N PE L U V W M 3~ PE N Figure 63: DOL starter with manual override switch and braking control RAMO-Dx2…-C3xR… L1 L2 L3 N PE U V W M 3~ PE Figure 66: Reversing starter with manual override switch RAMO Wx0…-C3xR… L1 L2 L3 N PE U V W M 3~ PE Figure 64: RAMO-Wx0…-C3…reversing starter L1 L2 L3 N PE U V W M 3~ PE L N Figure 67: Reversing starter with manual override switch and braking control RAMO-Wx2…-C3xR… j L U V W M 3~ . Danger! When the power supply is switched on. Warning! Do not remove the motor and power plug when the system is live. the output to the brake carries dangerous voltage even in the Off state.

motor outgoer) remain energized up to five minutes after the supply voltage has been switched off (DC link capacitor discharging time). Figure 68: Connections pluggable in power section (RASP) a c b a Power plug b Motor outgoer socket c Hazard warning 58 . Pay attention to hazard warnings! h h Caution! Jog operation through a mains contactor in the energy bus feeder unit is not permissible. h If motors are to be operated with frequencies higher than DANGER 5 MIN the standard 50 or 60 Hz. Disconnect the driven machine if there is a danger in an incorrect operating state. then these operating ranges must be approved by the motor manufacturer. Caution! Make sure that there is no danger in starting the motor. The motors could be damaged otherwise.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN j Danger! The components and connections in the power section (power plug.

The manual control allows: • a simple commissioning • local operation during setup and maintenance. On RASP a Reset signal is issued to the frequency inverter (DI5) in this position. Commissioning the drive Before commissioning Rapid Link modules RAMO and RASP make sure that the motor is correctly connected and that the motor cable has been plugged in. which consists of a key switch and. With mains voltage switched on LED UV is lit. On Rapid Link modules RAMO-W… (reversing switch) and RASP (speed controller) the required rotating field direction can be selected with the selector switch in manual mode: • FWD = Forward. to ensure optimum operating behavior. Start enable is issued with the direction selector switch (FWD. On RASP. L2 l V. irrespective of the control source. page 31). h The key is maintained in all switch positions and can be inserted and removed in all positions. AS-Interface must be supplied with voltage through all M12 plugs and LED ASi must be lit. L3 l U). h The selector switch for the direction of rotating field maintained in all positions. • secure (interlocked) manual operation within an area secured with limit switches (a section "Sensor inputs I3+I4“. The AS-Interface voltage (24 V DC) must apply and the green LED are lit on RAMO-W and RASP. REV). Clockwise rotating field enable (L1 l U. In switch position OFF the Rapid Link modules are inhibited in manual mode. A lit red Motor LED indicates a group fault (a page 67). Figure 69: Key-switches The selector switch for the direction of field rotation has three positions. On RAMO the current monitoring value must be set (A Current monitor DIP 1 – 4. OFF/RESET Off Reset command 59 . Local operation. L3 l W). the motor data should be set in parameter group P7 (a section "Motor (P7)“. page 68). OFF REV FWD OFF/RESET 0 Figure 70: Direction of rotating field II I The selected and enabled direction of rotation is indicated by LEDs (green) FWD and REV. a direction selector switch.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Operational hazard warnings Manual control Rapid Link modules RAMO and RASP have a local controller as standard. also without ASInterface parameters. Anticlockwise rotating field enable ) (L1 l W. On RAMO-D immediately after selection of Manual mode. page 105). Fault signals (Motor LED lit) are reset in this position when the key switch is held there for about one second. • manual operation of a single drive unit with the overall system in automatic mode. • REV = Reverse. L2 l V. Position Function Automatic mode Manual mode Description Automatic operation through AS-Interface through the master controller (PLC). In this position RAMO and RASP do not issue control signals. in versions RAMOW and RASP. The key switch has three positions.

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6A 0. 50/ 60 Hz). (supply voltage 3 AC 400 V N PE) 61 . This makes a lifespan of more than ten million duty cycles possible.. The three-phase motor protection allows protected operation of three-phase motors in the range from 0. Open only in voltage-free state.. RAMO-W. It is available in two versions: • RAMO-D… = DOL starter for operating direction • RAMO-W. under sealing screw e Sensor input I3 (M12 socket) f Connection AS-Interface (M12 plug) with LED g Actuator output O3 (M12 plug) with LED display.3 A (= 90 W at 400 V) to 6. l Power plug..7A 1.2A 1.6A 1 0 ON 1 2 3 1011 0111 1000 0100 1100 0010 1010 0110 1110 0001 1001 0101 1101 0011 OFF/RESET 0 II I a b FWD 1 L1 => U L3 => W 0 L1 => U L3 => W REV OFF c d e 4 7 L1 L2 L3 N PE f I3 O3 I4 L N g h U V W M 3~ PE UV M 3~ j Danger! RAMO is not intended to be opened by the user. The built-in transistor switch allows actuation of spring-loaded brakes with DC air solenoid valve. versions RAMODA… and RAMO-WA… only h Sensor input I4 (M12 socket) with LED i Status indicator (LED): – UV = lit green when supply voltage (400 V AC) and AS-Interface voltage (24 V DC) are applied – Motor = lit red when RAMO has detected a fault j Motor feeder plug k Block diagram power terminals RAMO-W.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN 5 Motor starter RAMO Designation Features RAMO (motor control unit) is an electronic motor starter (EMS) for direct starting of three-phase motors up to 6. it can provide full motor protection.8A 1.6 A (= 3 kW at 400 V). RAMO switches in the energy branch with thyris-tor and relays. In combination with integrated thermistor monitoring.6 A (= 3 kW at 400 V). 0..1A 2. = reversing starter (FWD.0A 6. only d Inscription: Assignment of DIP switch positions to motor current protection value.3A 0.0A 1.. REV) The speed of the controlled motors is constant after run-up and is determined by the frequency of the supply voltage (energy bus. page 46).6A 5.4A 0.5A 1. l Figure 71: k Overview RAMO j i a Key-switch for manual and automatic mode and Reset b LED for indicating motor voltage rotating field – FWD = Clockwise rotating field (Forward Run) – REV = Counterclockwise rotating field (Reverse Run) c Selector switch for rotating field direction (FWD..9A 2. For the brake rectifier a controlled supply voltage of 230 V AC is output a figure 46.6A 3. REV) in manual mode.

N. page 44) b AS-Interface.( I3 + I4) and actuator. N. d 400 V M 3h a c b 3 h 400 V.(O3) connections 62 .Motor starter RAMO 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Connections Motor control unit RAMO is supplied ready for installation. PE) through an energy adap-ter cable (a section "Power plug and power adapter cable“. power supply (3 AC 400 V. All connections are via plug-in connectors. data bus for controlling the RAMO in automatic mode c Motor connection: Motor outgoer socket according to DESINA specifications d Sensor. PE 50/60 Hz Figure 72: Connections on the RAMO a Power plug.

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Special technical data

Special technical data The following tables show the technical data of the Motor Control Unit (RAMO) in the individual power classes with the allocated motor output.

h The motor output allocation is based on the rated operational current.

h The motor output designates the respective active power

output to the drive shaft of a normal, four pole, internally or externally ventilated three-phase asynchronous motor with 1500 rpm at 50 Hz or 1800 rpm at 60 Hz.

Symbols used in technical data and formulae Instance

Unit

RAMO-D

RAMO-W

DOL starter L1 l U, L2 l V, L3 l W a page 64 Ie 400 V 460 V P P A A kW HP 6.6 0.3 - 6.6 0.09 - 3 three-phase ULN V 380 V - 15 % - 400 V + 10 %, 50/ 60 Hz (323 - 440 V ±0 %, 45 - 66 Hz ±0 %) 0.3 - 6.6 230 V, 50/60Hz F 0.6 A, max. F 6 A for 120 ms

Reversing starter FWD: L1 l U, L2 l V, L3 l W REV: L1 l W, L2 l V, L3 l U a page 65

Block diagram Rated operational current (Ie) Adjustable motor protection Assigned motor power Power side (Primary side) Number of phases Rated operating voltage

Input current Braking Control voltage (external brake) Load current (external brake) Heat dissipation at rated operational current (Ie) Weight (without/with manual override switch) Response time Motor On (automatic)1) Motor Off (automatic)1) Switch off the motor (quick stop) Switch on O3 Switch off O3 Minimum pulse duration I3/I4 1) Without bus run time

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I4). if group fault message M is also lit or flashing. normal operation No communication: • Head-end controller (master) in STOP mode. if group fault message M is also lit or flashing. 3h OFF/RESET 0 II I REV OFF FWD REV Off green Counterclockwise rotating field of motor voltage (W-V-U) RAMO-W…only! Not actuated activated (RUN-Mode) controlled: • but inhibited through quick stop function of sensor inputs (I3. • but inhibited through an internal error message. • but inhibited because the key switch was in position MANUAL when the supply voltage (400 V or AS-Interface) was switched on. A Reset command required. 3h I3 O3 I4 Flashing (green) AS-Interface UV M 3~ Off No supply voltage present in the AS-Interface electronic: Check AS-Interface connection cables Check AS-Interface power supply unit (head-end controller) Communication active. • RAMO not entered or entered with the wrong address (ID). LED FWD State Description Clockwise rotating field of motor voltage (U-V-W) Off green Flashing (green) Not actuated activated (RUN-Mode) controlled: • but inhibited through quick stop function of sensor inputs (I3. • RAMO in Reset mode. • but inhibited through an internal error message. AS-Interface Address = 0 A AS-Interface setting the address AS-Interface Address = 0 A AS-Interface setting the address Sensor input I3 green Red Flashing red/ yellow Flashing red/ green I3 Off green • not connected • Not triggered (no input signal) I3 triggered (input signal) 66 . I4) • but inhibited because the key switch was in position MANUAL when the supply voltage (400 V or AS-Interface) was switched on. A Reset command required.Motor starter RAMO 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Operation LED indicators The LEDs of motor control unit RAMO indicate the operating states and allow a quick diagnosis.

09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Operation LED I4 State Description Sensor input I4 Off green O3 Off green • not connected • Not triggered (no input signal) I4 triggered (input signal) Actuator output O3 RAMO-DA…/ RAMO-WA… only! • not connected • Not actuated O3 triggered (output signal) Note: If the external supply voltage for O3 (24 V DC) is missing. RAMO group fault indication UV Off green M 3h Off Red No fault message Fault message: A fault has been detected and is permanently active. • Motor overload (overcurrent) A Check motor and drive unit (reset when motor has cooled) A Short circuit in motor line A Check DIP switch (DIP 1-4) • Thermistor/cable monitoring A Check motor and drive unit (reset when motor has cooled down) A No motor cable connected (motor outgoer socket) A Jumper T1/T2 in motor terminal box missing on motors without temperature sensor A Wire jumper (b. no signal is applied at the output. 400 v supply voltage and AS-Interface (30 V DC) switched on. page 68) not closed with motor cable disconnected(A for servicing only) • DIP switch with invalid settings (under cover screw) • Overload/short circuit on sensor inputs I3/I4 or actuator output O3 • Current lower limit undershot (a page 68) On a temporary or rectified fault this LED flashes until the Reset command is issued (key switch): The detected error (cause for error message) has been rectified. The 400 V supply voltage and/or AS-Interface (30 V DC) absent. The fault signal can now be acknowledged with key switch “OFF/RESET” (A The motor LED goes out). Figure 75. Flashing (red) 67 .

0A 6. When it is closed.4A 0.6A 5.5) Current monitoring (DIP 1 . the motor cable and/or thermistor monitoring function is disabled.6 A no function1) ② ③ 1 0 ON 1 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 550 W Figure 75: Open the plug for cable screw gland 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 750 W RAMO plug for cable screw gland a Current limit values and functions.1 kW 1. In operation it must always be open. • When the current exceeds the set limit value by about 30 percent.6A 0. a group fault signal is generated (LED 3Mh lit red). Current lower limit After activation of the assigned DIP switch (table 2) the lower current limit is also monitored: • If the current drops below 25 percent of the set limit value. To set the DIP switches.0A 1. 1 0 ON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 DIP 10 Switch position 1 1 1 1 DIP 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Motor current No function (as supplied)1) assigned motor power ?at 400 V 90 W 120 W 180 W 250 W 370 W ① 1 0 ON 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0. The red LED in the motor symbol is lit. open the sealing screw (M40 × 1.7A 1. RAMO cannot be operated.Motor starter RAMO 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Adjust dip switch Before commissioning the motor control unit (RAMO) the current monitor must be set to the rated motor current (see table 2 on page 60).8A 1. 68 . do not change over!) 1. Tabelle 2: Setting of the current with DIP switch h Caution! The DIP and wire jumper switches under the cover screw must be operated only with the key switch in position OFF/RESET. dip switches b Thermistor and motor cable monitoring (wire jumper) c Spare (currently only internal function.1A 2.6A 3.3A 0.5 kW 2.2A 1.4) The motor current monitoring limit values are set with DIP switches 1 to 4. A group fault is pending.2 kW 3 kW h Do not change the positions of the switches b and c (= OFF)! The wire jumper (DIP switch b) must be changed only by briefed service specialists.5A 1.9A 2. It is disabled by default and would cause a fault signal as soon as mains power is switched on (Motor LED lit). the motor current monitor no longer regards the the lower current limit (no group fault). 0 0 0 0 1) Current monitoring disabled.

I3 is assigned to both operating directions. I4 l AS-Interface. I4 l l 0 1 1 0 ON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 DIP 10 Figure 76: Configuring the sensors inputs I3 + I4 I3. typical application example: vertical sorter with > 360° eccentric press 0 1 Quick stop. typical application example: vertical sorter with < 360° eccentric press Quick stop and interlocked manual mode (level-controlled). and I4 to REV. I3 is assigned to direction of rotating field "FWD" I4 is assigned to direction of rotating field "REV". typical application: chain diverters RAMO-D DOL starter. I4 l AS-Interface. DIP switch 5 must be set to position 1 (= ON). When sensors that switch to zero (N/C) are used. I4 l AS-Interface. type. AUTO: I3 l FWD. ON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 DIP 10 1 0 ON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 DIP 10 I3.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Adjust dip switch Sensor inputs I3 + I4 (DIP 5) Sensor inputs I3 and I4 are laid out for rising-edge input signals (N/ O. AUTO: I3 l FWD Figure 77: 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 Configuring reversing starter RAMO-D… I3. I3 and I4 activated. By default. typical application: vertical sorter with < 360° eccentric press Configuration I3. I4 l AS-Interface. I3 and I4 activated. I4 l REV I3.: Quick stop and interlocked manual operation (edge controlled). AUTO & HAND: I3 l FWD. I3 and I4 are assigned to the direction of rotating field "FWD". AUTO: I3 l FWD + REV I3.. I3 is assigned to FWD field rotation. DIP switch 5 is in position 0 (= OFF). Type. AUTO & HAND: I3 + I4 l FWD I3. I4 l AS-Interface. be inverted in the higher-level master control system. I3 enabled. fail-safe). AUTO: I3 l FWD + REV I3. I4 l AS-Interface I3. I4 l AS-Interface. I4 I3. I4 l AS-Interface 0 0 Quick stop and interlocked manual mode (DIP 6 + 8) DIP 6 0 1 8 0 0 No add-on functions (as supplied) Reversing starters RAMO-W…: Quick stop. I3 and I4 activated. The sensor signal is processed unmodified in the RAMO and in ASInterface. I4 l REV 1 0 1 0 1 1 Figure 78: Configuring reversing starter RAMO-W… 1 1 69 .. I4 has no add-on functions. if required. The original signal is transmitted through AS-Interface and can. For the RAMO’s internal processing the signal is then inverted.

then the alarm with the highest priority is shown until the cause of the diagnostic is rectified and the "reset" command is given. The priority order corresponds to the line order from top to bottom: in other words. the motor starter returns the parameter bit combination 1111. “Reverse” and signals “Automatic mode” and “Group fault”.. In the event that two or more diagnostic alarms are pending at the same time. The diagnostic alarms “Manual mode” (status_local_operation) and “Load signal” (status_overload_warning and status_load_indication) are automatically reset. the alarm in line 1 has the highest priority. The motor starter returns the diagnostic status (a Table 3). Subsequently the next pending diagnostic alarm with the highest level of priority is shown. then the value sent back is undefined. DIP i 1 0 ON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 DIP 7 0 1 Configuration State of delivery (clockwise rotating field) RAMO-W. With DIP 10 = 1 the sensor signals assigned to the drive (I3 and I4) can be recorded and processed internally with regular control functions “Forward”. only. they do not require a reset signal).. 70 . You can also select whether motor plug monitoring (= thermistor monitoring) is part of the cumulative error message or part of the ready message. h RAMO-W. only! On RAMO-D… the switch position of DIP 7 (below. L2. 0 = OFF) must not be changed. L3) carries less than 20 % rated operational current (le). Warning! The setting of DIP 7 should be changed only by briefed users as described in this manual. If no diagnostic data is available..Motor starter RAMO 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Phase reversal switch (DIP 7) AS-interface diagnostics (DIP 10) Diagnostic status via the AS-Interface parameter channel and periphery. With DIP 9 = 1 (= ON ) an error message ( 3Mh LED lit red) is issued when a phase (L1. 1 0 ON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 DIP 10 Reading out the diagnostic status via the AS-Interface parameter channel To be able to read out the diagnostic status (DIP pole 10 = 1) the PLC with WRITE P must send the parameter bit combination 1111. If the PLC sends a value other than "1111". DIP 10 0 1 Configuration Diagnostic status through AS-Interface parameter channel and I/O error signal disabled (as supplied).. Diagnostic status through AS-Interface parameter channel and I/O error message enabled. changing phase sequence L1/L3 (counterclockwise rotating field). Monitoring the current lower limit (DIP 9) DIP 9 0 1 Configuration Monitoring the current lower limit deactivated (as supplied) Monitoring the current lower limit activated.

g. T2 = 8. I4 • Overload or short-circuit of external output O3 • Incorrect DIP switch setting • 400 V supply voltage absent • Trip in event of undershooting current lower limit Key-switch in MANUAL (HAND) position Peripheral error (FID) Description Diagnostics-status Thyristor/bypass contact defective 0 Overload trip Thermistortripping 0 0 1 1 0 1 X1) X1) 1 1 0 0 No diagnostic alarm 1 1 1 X1) 1 0 Manual mode 1 0 0 X1) 0 0 (status_local_ operation) Load signal 1 1 0 1 X1) 0 0 (status_overload_ warning) Load message 2 (status_load_ 1 1 0 1 0 0 Message at 90 % of thermal motor simulation value (preventive maintenance.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Adjust dip switch Tabelle 3: Diagnostic status display Status P1 P2 0 P3 1 P4 X1) group errors DI1 1 1 Output switched through (On position) without actuation signal Possible causes: • Thyristor through-alloyed • Bypass welded Triggering at 110 % of the thermal motor simulation value Possible causes: • motor plug not plugged • Thermistor in motor not connected • Jumper in motor. overtemperature) Possible causes: • Overload or short-circuit of external inputs I3. Terminal box missing (T1 = 5. signal reset automatically) indication) 1) X = diagnostics not yet defined 71 . signal reset automatically) Message at 70 % of thermal motor simulation value (preventive maintenance.a page 46) • Tripping due to excessive resistance in thermistor sensor circuit (e.

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The fixed speed value (up to four. The starting current.outgoer plug k Power plug. supply voltage (400 V AC) l Device fan (optional). In combination with the built-in thermistor monitor the RASP provides “full motor protection”. The built-in transistor switch allows actuation of spring-loaded brakes with DC air solenoid valve. mechanics and energy supply (no current peaks).6 A.6 A (= 2. maximum seven) allows process-controlled speeds. a Key-switch for manual and automatic mode and Reset b LED for indicating motor voltage rotating field – FWD = Clockwise rotating field (Forward Run) – REV = Counterclockwise rotating field (Reverse Run) c Selector switch for rotating field direction (FWD.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN 6 RASP speed controllers Designation m Features RASP (speed control unit) is an electronic speed controller for frequency-controlled start and operation of three-phase motors up to 5. and therefore proportionally the motor’s starting torque allows values up to 200 % for 2 s every 20 s and 150 % for 60 s every 600 s. OFF/RESET 0 a b c d e AS-i II I REV OFF FWD I3 F I4 f g h UV M 3~ j l Figure 79: k RASP overview j i Danger! The RASP is not intended to be opened by the user. In addition versions of RASP with built-in braking resistance also allow dynamic braking.48 A (= 180 W at 400 V) to 5. Open only in voltage-free state.2 kW at 400 V). REV) in manual mode d Sealing screw with DIP switch and serial interface (RJ 45 socket) e Sensor input I3 (M12 plug) f With AS-Interface/M12 plug with LED g Fan connection F (M12 socket) with LED h Sensor input I4 (M12 socket) with LED i Status indicator (LED): – UV = lit green when supply voltage (400 V AC) and AS-Interface voltage (24 V DC) are applied – Motor = lit red when RASP has detected a fault j Motor.4 A to 5.2 kW) fitted ex-factory m Heat sink 73 .6 A (= 2. Its internal electronic motor protection (I2t controller) allows protected operation of three-phase motors in the range from 0.2 kW at 400 V). RASP supplies a constant torque across the entire frequency/speed range and is popular for hoist and rotary drives. on RASP-5… (2. RASP is available in four performance classes from 2. For the brake rectifier a controlled supply voltage of 230 V AC is output. The frequency control (soft starting) is gentle on motor.

RASP speed controllers 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Connections Speed control unit RASP is supplied ready for connection. data bus for controlling the RASP in automatic mode c Motor connection according DESINA specification d Sensor and fan connections 74 . page 44) b AS-Interface. PE 50/60 Hz Figure 80: Connections on the RASP a Power supply (3 AC 400 V. ④ 400 V ① ③ ② M 3~ 3 ~ 400 V. N. N. All connections are via plug-in connectors. PE) through an energy adap-ter cable (a section "Power plug and power adapter cable“.

2 3.6 7.66 2. four pole.2 4 5.3 6.8 1.1 0.3 5 6.6 0.75 1 0.6 0.1 3.8 0. 50/60 Hz (323 .86 .1.0.2 5.3 % V DC F30 765 765 765 765 75 .5 0.4.11.37 . internally or externally ventilated three-phase asynchronous motor with 1.66 Hz ±0 %) 3.2) Motor protection for assigned 400 V motor power 460 V Power side (Primary side) Number of phases Rated voltage Input current Maximum leakage current to ground (PE) without motor In normal operation On interruption of a mains phase On interruption of two mains phases Braking Braking value Switch-on threshold for the braking transistor I/Ie UDC ULN ILN IPE IPE IPE IPE Ie IL IL S S P P l2 P P Unit RASP-2… RASP-3… RASP-4… RASP-5… A A A kVA kVA kW HP A kW HP 2.6 8.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Special technical data Special technical data The following tables show the technical data of the Speed Control Unit RASP in the individual power classes with the allocated motor output.4 3.8.25 .480 V + 10 %.18 .66 .1.2 3 1.5 4.5 .2 0.800 rpm at 60 Hz.6 2.3 three-phase V A mA mA mA mA 75 70 35 75 70 35 75 70 35 75 70 35 380 V .25 .74 1.75 0.48 .5 .29 2.1.15 % .5 0.6 2. 45 .6 4.2.4 11.88 4. h The motor output designates the respective active power output to the drive shaft of a normal.5 .6.5 .12 .5 8.1 1.5 2 0.2 0. h The motor output allocation is based on the rated operational current.528 V ±0 %.66 2 0. Symbols used in technical data and formulae Rated operational current (Ie) Overload current for 60 s every 600 s at 40 °C Starting current for 2 s every 20 s at 40 °C Apparent power in rated operation 400 V 480 V Assigned motor rating 400 V 460 V Setting range current limitation (P7.57 1.98 3.500 rpm at 50 Hz or 1.

96 0. Fixed frequency (P10.2/4.4) Potentiometer frequency “n0” Longest permissible length of motor cable (EMC.5 – 16) Linear Linear 49 Linear 63 Linear 83 W 39 Pv W 12 12 12 12 h 0. adjustable 230 230 230 230 6 (adjustable 1.10 m 10 10 10 10 m kg 4.2/4.2) 2. 2nd environment.320 Hz 30 40 50 ~ 5 .4/4. adjustable 0 .4 4.4 4. Fixed frequency (p10. temperaturecontrolled Device fans on heat sink Output frequency 1.96 / Hz / - / - / / 50/60 Hz. Fixed frequency (P10.95 0.3) 3.2/4.4 4. C3) Weight (without/with manual override switch) Acceleration time Deceleration time l f Pv I/Ie U fPWM Unit RASP-2… RASP-3… RASP-4… RASP-5… % V AC kHz F 100.95 0.6 t t s s 5 2 76 .RASP speed controllers 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Symbols used in technical data and formulae DC current braking Control voltage external brake Pulse frequency U/f characteristic Heat dissipation at rated operational current (Ie) and a pulse frequency (fPWM) of 6 kHz Heat dissipation at idle (standby) with AS-Interface supply voltage Efficiency Fan Device-internal.

(+24 V) 4 +24 V < 160 m A I3(b) 0 V 3 4 (0 V) 2 ASi+ 1 5 8 1 2 N 4 5 6 4 b e PE L N PE 3 7 PE L3 W M3h i 2 3 L2 V 1 L1 d 1 6 7 1 3 a e 4 1 Figure 81: 2 Block diagram RASP-… 5 Optional instance a Manual override switch b Actuation of external brake (230 V) c Device fans d Internal braking resistance 3 PE 5 4 8 T2 U T1 4 (a) 3 1 3 4 3 77 .09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Special technical data F +24 V ≤100 mA 0 V +24 V 4 RJ 45 3 c M 1 I4a (4) I4(b) (2) 3 1 2 3 4 1 2 2 (b) I3a ASi.

• but inhibited through an internal error message. 3h I3 F I4 AS-Interface UV M 3~ Off AS-Interface electronics have no supply voltage: A Check AS-Interface connection cables A Check AS-Interface power supply unit (master control) Communication active. A Reset command required. I4) • but inhibited because the key switch was in position MANUAL when the supply voltage (400 V or AS-Interface) was switched on. normal operation No communication: • Head-end controller (master) in STOP mode. I4) • but inhibited because the key switch was in position MANUAL when the supply voltage (400 V or AS-Interface) was switched on. • RASP in Reset mode. if group error message M is also lit or flashing. 3h OFF/RESET 0 II I REV OFF FWD REV Off green Flashing (green) Counterclockwise rotating field of motor voltage (W-V-U) Not actuated activated (RUN-Mode) controlled: • but inhibited through quick stop function of sensor inputs (I3. if group fault message M is also lit or flashing.RASP speed controllers 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Operation LED indicators The motor control unit’s LEDs indicate the operating states and allow a quick diagnosis. • RASP not entered or entered with the wrong address (ID). LED FWD State Description Clockwise rotating field of motor voltage (U-V-W) Off green Flashing (green) Not actuated activated (RUN-Mode) controlled: • but inhibited through quick stop function of sensor inputs (I3. • but inhibited through an internal error message. A Reset command required. AS-Interface Address = 0 A AS-Interface setting the address AS-Interface address = 0: A AS-Interface setting the address Sensor input I3 green Red Flashing red/ yellow Flashing red/ green I3 Off green Red yellow • not connected • Not triggered (no input signal) I3 actuated (input signal) through pin 4 I3 actuated (input signal) through pin 2 I3 actuated (input signal) through pins 2 and 4 78 .

The fault signal can now be acknowledged with key switch “OFF/ RESET” (A The motor LED goes out). page 80) not closed with motor cable disconnected(A for servicing only) • DIP switch with invalid settings (under locking screw) • Overload/short circuit on sensor inputs I3/I4 or output F (device fan) On a temporary or rectified fault this LED flashes until the Reset command is issued (key switch): The detected error (cause for fault message) has been rectified. RASP group fault indication Off Red No fault message Fault message: A fault has been detected and is permanently active. A Check the motor and the drive unit • Fault signal from built-in frequency inverter A Fault code (F. Flashing (red) 79 . Temperature-controlled by the RASP. 400 v supply voltage switched on..) with configuration software MaxConnect • Thermistor/cable monitoring A Check motor and drive unit (reset when motor has cooled down) A No motor cable connected (motor outgoer socket) A Jumper T1/T2 in motor terminal box missing on motors without temperature sensor A Wire jumper (b. Figure 82..09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Operation LED I4 State Description Sensor input I4 Off green Red yellow F Off green UV Off green M 3h • not connected • Not triggered (no input signal) I4 actuated (input signal) through pin 4 I4 actuated (input signal) through pin 2 I4 actuated (input signal) through pins 2 and 4 Device fan (output F = Fan) • not connected • Not actuated Output signal (24 V DC) for device fan. The 400 V supply voltage absent.

80 . To set the DIP switches. h Caution! The DIP switches under the locking screw must be operated only with the key switch in position OFF/RESET.RASP speed controllers 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Adjust dip switch Before taking speed control unit RASP into operation. In position ON the motor cable and/or thermistor monitoring function is disabled. open the locking screw. ① ② 1 0 ON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 DIP 8 1 0 ON 1 2 ③ RJ 45 interface Figure 82: Open the plug for cable screw gland RASP plug for cable screw gland: a Functions. dip switch b dip switch (currently without function) c Serial interface (RJ 45) h Do not change the positions of the two DIP switches b under (= OFF)! Thermistor and motor cable monitoring (DIP 1) 1 0 ON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 DIP 8 DIP switch 1 musts be in its OFF position during operation. The position of DIP switch 1 must be changed only by briefed service specialists. the functions must be set with the DIP switches.

as the cause must be analyzed and rectified locally.6 (default settings: 2 s). If DQ2 and DQ3 are not actuated. In the event of a thermistor fault (also thermoclick.1). The local reset via the keyswitch remains the main application.4) = 50 Hz Automatic mode No automatic mode Accumulative error No accumulative error external input I3 via M12 socket no signal Signal available external input I4 via M12 socket no signal Signal available Tabelle 4: Actuation of speed control unit 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 The START signal or enable for the requested operating direction is issued through DQ0 (FWD) or DQ1 (REV). In automatic mode the RASP interprets simultaneous setting of the outputs for clockwise and counterclockwise rotation (data bits DO0 and DO1) as Reset. An error message is reset when the key switch is set to position OFF/Reset and held there for about 0. Through outputs DQ2 and DQ3 fixed frequencies FF1 to FF3 (digi-tal setpoint value memory) are called up in binary code. the frequency value (f0) set at spindle potentiometer n0 is issued (analog setpoint value memory.2) = 30 Hz FF2 (P10. when P6.5 seconds to allow the RASP to detect the Reset command. The Reset command through AS-Interface can be used in automatic mode in addition to the local Reset function. The connected motor coasts to a halt when the fault signal is received.3) = 40 Hz FF3 (P10.2 = 0 FF1 (P10. interruption of motor cable) the motor stops with the delay set with parameter P6. The red LED in the motor symbol lights up. 0 to 50 Hz). Diagnostics and error handling All faults identified by the power module are internally transmitted to the AS-Interface module as group fault messages: DI1 (fault). Before a Reset data bits DO0 and DO1 81 .09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Diagnostics and error handling AS-interface diagnostics (Pol 2) 1 0 ON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 DIP 8 Function Signal to RASP AS-Interface outputs DQ0 DQ1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 DQ2 DQ3 Signal to RASP AS-Interface inputs DI0 DI1 DI2* DI3* No controller enable anticlockwise operation "REV“ Clockwise "FWD“ No controller enable f0 = analog value from potentiometer or FF0 (p10.

5 seconds all error LEDs must have gone out.. I/O configuration Data Bit DI0 I/O I1 Meaning Automatic mode / ready signal 0: Not ready for automatic operation 1: Ready for automatic operation DI1 I2 Group fault. It is available as diagnostic status through the parameter channel. short-circuit. The power module does not detect this error message. Precondition: • automatic addressing mode is active (default setting RA-IN) • The 400 v~ supply and the AS-Interface are active. This must be checked by measuring the voltage between pins 4 and 6. 82 . the built-in frequency inverter performs a self test. The reset is performed only when the data bits are then High for at least 18. a Table on page 79 0: Fault 1: no fault DI2 DI3 I3 I4 external input via M12 socket 0: no signal 1: Signal available DO0 O1 Main contactor 0: Not actuated 1: controlled DO1 O2 Reversing contactor 0: Not actuated 1: controlled Tripping of the device’s built-in fuses for the DC air solenoid valve is not indicated separately. the AS-Interface address is automatically transferred. • • • • • • Mains overvoltage.. The key-switch is in its Off position. AN internal logic prevents error states. When mains power is switched on. mains undervoltage Overvoltage in internal DC link Overcurrent (overload. earth fault) EEPROM and microprocessor error Overtemperature in power module Motor overtemperature (thermistor and thermoclick only) or motor cable open circuit.5 ms. which must be done by a briefed specialist.RASP speed controllers 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN must be Low for at least 18. The power module can detect the following errors and output them through the the serial interface.5 ms. Procedure: X DO0 + DO1 O1 + O2 Reset 0: no Reset 1: Reset DO2 O3 Free LED signal or external output via M12 socket 0: no signal 1: Signal available Establish the plugged connection to the new RASP. Automatic configuration for servicing When you replace a RASP with an identical device.. After no more than 0. X Select HAND (manual) or AUTO operating mode.

I3a/b are assigned to operating direction Clockwise. Application example: rotary table Add-on function RASP. 1 0 ON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 DIP 8 0 1 0 I3. I4a is assigned to operating direction "left". I4a/b to operating direction Counterclockwise. be inverted in the higher-level master control system. I4 l l 0 1 0 0 1 Figure 83: Configuring the sensors inputs I3 + I4 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 83 . RASP… switches to creep speed FF 1.6) DIP pins 4 0 1 5 0 0 6 0 0 No add-on functions (as supplied) Quick stop and interlocked manual mode (only edge controlled): I3a and I4a activated. DIP switch 3 is in position 0 (= OFF). I3a and I4a are assigned to operating direction "right". fail-safe).and signal-controlled) and creep speed: I3a/b and I4a/b activated. I4 I3.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Automatic configuration for servicing Sensor inputs I3 + I4 (DIP 3) Sensor inputs I3 and I4 are laid out for rising-edge input signals (N/ O.. RASP… switches to creep speed FF 1. Quick stop and interlocked manual mode (DIP 4 . I3a is assigned to operating direction "right". The operating direction "left" is blocked: Application example vertical sorter > 360° eccentric press and > 360° rotary table Quick stop: I3a is activated. When I3b/I4b is reached. the drive switches off. When I3a/I4a is reached. Application example: rotary table Quick stop and interlocked manual mode (edge. the drive switches off. When I3b/I4b is reached.. I3a/b are assigned to operating direction Clockwise. I4a is assigned to operating direction "left". When I3a/I4a is reached. I3a is assigned to both operating directions. if required. Application example: chain discharger Quick stop: I3a and I4a activated. Application example: vertical sorter < 360° eccentric press Quick stop and interlocked manual mode (edge. The sensor signal is processed unmodified in the RASP and in AS-Interface. By default. The original signal is transmitted through AS-Interface and can. When sensors that switch to zero (N/C) are used. I4a/b to operating direction Counterclockwise. I3a is assigned to operating direction "right". DIP switch 3 must be set to position 1 (= ON). Application example: vertical sorter < 360° eccentric press Invalid switch setting/error message at DI1 Quick stop and creep speed: I3a/b and I4a/b activated.and signal-controlled): I3a and I4a activated. For the RASP’s internal processing the signal is then inverted. I4a has no add-on function.

Creep speed remains active until the limit switch (pin 4 of M12 sockets I3 and I4) is reached and the drive stops. When the input signal at pin 2 (I3b/I4b) is applied (rising edge or continuous signal) the RASP switches the drive from potentiometer frequency (n0) to fixed frequency 1 (FF1). If the key switch is set from Manual to Automatic and back.RASP speed controllers 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Phase reversal switch (DIP 7) Sensor I4b (PIN 2) Sensor I4a (PIN 4) i Sensor I3b (PIN 2) Sensor I3a (PIN 4) 1 0 ON 1 2 Warning! The setting of DIP 7 should be changed only by briefed users as described in this manual. Otherwise the frequency of potentiometer (n0) is set. LED I3 Off Red yellow green I3.5 ms g 5 ms 84 . fixed frequency 1 (FF1) remains set when the signal at pin 2 (I3b/I4b) is still applied. DIP 3 4 5 6 7 8 DIP 7 0 1 Figure 84: Example of turntable control with clockwise rotation Pin 2: creep speed Pin 4: Stop Configuration State of delivery (clockwise rotating field) Changing phase sequence U and W (counterclockwise rotating field).5 ms. The input signal should be applied for at least 18. PIN 4 LED FWD Signal to drive on a flashes Off a Signal from key and selector switch Figure 85: Interlocked manual operation with creep speed (example: sensor input I3 and clockwise motion) a 13. PIN 2 I3.

HAND key switches Configuring stop behaviour (DIP 8) (2) DIP 8 0 1 Configuration No response to external 24 V DC control voltage (state of delivery). parameter P3. To do this. RASP… provides the possibility of decelerating the drive to a controlled standstill with the second ramp through the AS-Interface connection when the external 24 V DC voltage fails.1 = 1 P3.15 = 6 a P6.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Automatic configuration for servicing Internal link + 24 V (intern) b c AUTO HAND AS-Interface AS-Interface Meldung REV FWD AUTO DQ0 DQ1 a d REV FWD DQ2 DQ3 W-V-U +10 V U-V-W DI2 9 DI1 8 DI3 10 DI4 14 5 4 +24 V 3 6 e Figure 86: Actuation of speed control unit RASP c Selector switch REV .20 h This function can be defined only in Expert mode (P1.15 must be set to 6.OFF .20 (a page 104). P1.(+24 V) 3 4 3 1 (4) RASP does not need an external 24 V DC control voltage. Switch off with second ramp on failure of external 24 V DC ASi+ (0 V) 1 2 ASi. When the supply voltage is switched off.FWD d Potentiometer n0 e Frequency inverter module a Switch for setting phase reversal DIP 7 b AUTO . To switch over the delay ramps.1 = 0). the 24 V DC must be supplied through AS-Interface connection M12. The second delay time can be set with parameter P6. RA-XA-Z2-1M 2 3 1 4 ASi+ 0V ASi– 24 V 24 V H 1 2 3 4 85 . the digital inputs of the built-in frequency inverter are set to zero (DI1 – DI4).OFF/RESET .

I4 = M + STOP h M 1 0 0 + + I3. I4 STOP h M STOP 0 1 0 + + I3 h STOP STOP M M 0 0 1 + + I3 I4 I3 I4 I3B I3A I4B I4A I3B I3A I4B I4A h M + STOP h M 0 1 1 + + STOP h M + STOP h M 1 0 1 + + STOP h h M + FF1 FF1 M + h h STOP M + FF1 M 1 1 1 + + STOP h h STOP M + FF1 M + h h STOP M + FF1 M 0 L1 l U. I4 I3 I4 = h DIP 3 4 5 6 7 8 OFF M I3. L3 l W L1 l W. L3 l U L1 L2 L3 1 7 3 U VW R STOP L1 L2 L3 R M 1 R = FWD 1 7 3 M UVW 86 .RASP speed controllers 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Summary 1 0 ON 1 2 0 ? 1 0 0 0 + + I3.

09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Parameters Parameters Speed control unit RASP is configured for direct operation in the Rapid Link system by default. The components listed here are not supplied as standard with the RASP (optional accessories). 87 .1 = 0 allows access to an extended parameter set of the RASP. must be made. h Speed control unit RASP is supplied with a basic parameter set (default: P1. The connection between RASP and external LCD keypad is made with a patch cable with RJ45 plug. h The parameters of the extended parameter set are described in the manual for frequency inverter M-Max™.1 = 1). MN04020001Z. the parameter range changeover to P1. h Caution! Do not connect or disconnect the connection cable for RASP and external LCD keypad or PC. which allows fast. The expert parameters are listed only in table form in this manual.1 = 0 requires extended engineering and careful parameterization. The accessories are listed and described in the appendix of this manual. which is located under the front locking screw. Frequency inverter M-Max™ does not. the connection with the PC through connection cable XMX-CBL-3M4 USB. Parameterization is not required for general operation of the speed control. This can significantly change the operating principle and function of the RASP in the Rapid Link system and result in different operating states. since this could cause undefined drive responses during data transfer. The basic parameter settings are described in detail on the following pages. reliable commissioning and operation of the RASP in the Rapid Link system with preset values. For briefed specialists. The function if these parameters is described in detail below. Parameter setting The following table provides a simplified overview of the parameter structure in the RASP. h The parameters of speed control unit RASP can be viewed and edited through the external LCD keypad (RASP-KEYS1) and configuration software MaxConnect. take into account the function and operating principle of the RASP in the Rapid Link system. however. h Caution! Changing the parameter range to P1. a connection with RJ45 socket c. ① ② 1 0 ON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 DIP 8 1 0 ON 1 2 ③ To change the parameter values in the RASP.

M1.S4.1 .10 Braking P12.4 System parameters S1.11 Braking P12.1 = 0 Increased parameter range Display values M1.1 – P11.8 Fixed frequencies P10.1 .6 Protective functions P8.13 Fixed frequencies P10.2 – P6.22 Parameter selection P1.3 Digital input (built-in) P3.1 – P5.1 = 1 default settings Experts parameters P1.11 Second parameter set P14.1 – P7 Motor P7.1 – P11.9 U/f-characteristic curve P11.M1.2 – P6.1 – P14.1 .1 … P10.1 – P1.4 88 .18 U/f-characteristic curve P11.4 Protective functions P8.22 Drives control P6.1 – P12.1 – P1.1 .36 Digital output (built-in) P5.3 – P8.3 – P8.5 – P12.3 Parameter selection P1.34 Motor P7.1 – P10.1 – P3.13 Drives control P6.S4.RASP speed controllers 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Basis parameters P1.1 – P7.22 Display values M1.16 System parameters S1.

Select "Support" Select "software" and "rapid link". Select Download MaxConnect V40 or a later version with current date.moeller. 89 .09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Parameters Parametrierung and PC and Software MaxConnect ON DIP 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 MaxConnect ON 1 2 USB RJ 45 RJ 45 XMX-CBL-3M4-USB 3. This connection cable contains an interface converter with electrical isolation and connects the RJ45 port of the RASP with a PC’s USB port. www.4 m (11.15 ft) For connection to the PC the optionally available connection cable XMX-CBL-3M4-USB is required (see page 114). The example below illustrates some of these installation steps.net Establish a connection with the Internet.

h In the Setup Wizard. 90 .. install.RASP speed controllers 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Confirm file download with Open. it is needed only for software updates. Double-click Eaton_MaxConnect_.. Eaton_MaxLoader_… is not required here.exe to run it. Click Next to start the MaxConnect Setup Wizard. confirm each input field to complete automatic installation. Specific settings are not described here.

Click Install to start the installation. The installation has been completed successfully.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Parameters Click Next to confirm the files selected for installation. With the Browse button you can specify a different location of folder name in which to install MaxConnect. Click Finish to complete the installation process and start MaxConnect. For example CP210x (Silcon Laboratories) for the interface converter of the XMX-CBL-3M4-USB. 91 . h Required interface drivers not installed on the PC are selected automatically here (highlighted green).

Germany Rapid Link English . Under Tools you can select the desired language.Germany (or with F4 on the keyboard). Use connection cable XMX-CBL-3M4-USB. h When mains voltage (400 V) is applied to RASP (LED UV lit green) you can activate Startup mode with button Online. Activate the connection to the RASP with button Connect to Selected. h Languages for which a language file has not yet been created are shown in English. 92 . Tabelle 5: Parameter structure h Do not switch off the RASP or disconnect it from the PC during the data transfer. To confirm identified the drive. you can activate the general PC functions in the toolbar (top left). click “Select devices” (blue highlight). Uploading tree). you can save the parameter set uploaded from the RASP on the PC or print the parameter list. German . for example with option Language. The right field lists the associated parameters. The shown parameter names and help texts apply to the frequency inverters M-Max.United States Rapid Link will be available soon. The automatic search for the connected drive is indicated by the message “Searching for connected device…”. This activates button “Connect to Selected”. The progress and the loaded parameter areas are indicated by folder icons highlighted blue in the middle field. Loading is indicated by an orange bar (lower left.RASP speed controllers 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN h Function Startup mode requires a connection between RASP and PC. for example. h The Offline function can be used only when data records for RASP have already been saved on the PC. The RASP-specific language files – German . Then click OK to activate the selected language. They may differ in part form the parameter descriptions below (see page 88). The parameters from the RASP are read out automatically. Unsaved parameters and settings may otherwise be lost. With the File button. After loading.

You can activate the input field with the mouse. press Enter on the keyboard or select another parameter with the mouse. BACK RESET OK LOC REM I Change parameter values h To connect the optional LCD keypad RASP-KEY-S1 you Figure 87: Parameter selection need a standard connection cable with two RJ45 plugs (patch cable. see section “Basic parameters” (a page 99). a page 129). The program then always starts in Startup mode. With View (Ctrl+2). To save a changed parameter value in the RASP. The start/stop functions can be used only directly through RASP. with which you can start MaxConnect. back up your data and print out parameter data simply and easily. A field showing the possible settings and functions appears. With MaxConnect you can configure parameters.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Parameters Parameterization with optional LCD keypad RASP-KEY-S1 The installation places a shortcut for MaxConnect on the PC desktop. For a description of the parameters and their settings and functions. This field disappears again after a while and can be called up again by moving the mouse. the RASP’s operational data can also be viewed graphically in the form of an oscilloscope plot. both in manual and automatic mode. h Speed control unit RASP can not be controlled through MaxConnect. 93 . for example Eaton DNWPC… The function or value of a parameter can be changed in column Value.

function keys and function buttons LCD = Liquid Crystal Display I No function with RASP. Operating unit element READY REF MON PAR FLT RUN STOP ALARM FAULT READY REF MON PAR FLT FWD RUN STOP ALARM FAULT FWD REV I/O KEYPAD BUS BACK RESET REV I/O KEYPAD BUS LOC REM BACK RESET OK LOC REM OK • Select function and parameter. • In displays with several digits move between the individual digits (Cursor). No function with RASP. • Lock display.1 …).RASP speed controllers 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN LCD keypad RASP-KEY-S1 The following figure shows the elements of the optional LCD keypad RASP-KEY-S1. • Move to the individual parameter groups (… S4. 94 .1 P3. I Figure 88: View of the keypad with LCD display.P2. No function with RASP. • Plain text with alphanumeric characters. Holding down an arrow button makes the change automatically.1 .1 .P1. • Select function and parameter. • Confirm and activate selection (store). h Actuating the arrow buttons increases or decreases the active value. Tabelle 6: Operating unit elements Explanation • Backlit liquid crystal display (LCD). • Reduce numerical value. • Acknowledge error message (Reset) • Activates the selection for the menu levels (Y flashes). • Increase numerical value. the parameter or function by one unit.

It is divided into four areas. the top status line of the LCD display indicates that the device is ready to start and proper operation by an arrow D under READY. General information on menu navigation When you switch on the power supply for RASP (400 V). 95 . The arrow above FWD (Forward) indicates the basic rotational direction (phase sequence for a clockwise rotating field) at output terminals U/T1. The arrow Y shows the selected main menu: • REF = (not activated) • MON = Operational data indicator (Monitor) • PAR = Parameter levels • FLT = Fault log (Fault).and three 7-segment blocks for displaying: • AL = Alarm message • F = Error messages • M = Measurement value (operating data) • P = Parameter numbers • S = System parameter • . • After the self-test.= Anticlockwise field of rotation (REV). The arrow under STOP indicates that there is no start command (FWD or REV). a READY REF RUN STOP ALARM FAULT c MON PAR FLT FWD REV I/O KEYPAD BUS b c Menu level d Figure 89: LCD display (areas) d Control commands The display unit consists of a backlit liquid crystal display (LCD). • READY = Ready to start • RUN = operating signal • STOP = Stop. stop command activated • ALARM = alarm message activated • FAULT = The drive has been stopped due to an error message. the builtin frequency inverter runs the following functions: • The lighting of the LCD display is switched on and the display briefly shows 0 -. • The arrow (C) on the status line points to I/O (control input/ output) to indicate actuation through the built-in control signal terminals.1 and 0. The respective units of measurement are displayed in the bottom line.0. The arrowhead C points to the selected rotating field direction and the active control level: • FWD = Clockwise rotating field (Forward Run) • REV = Counterclockwise rotating field (Reverse Run) • I/O = Via control terminals (Input/Output) • KEYPAD = Via control unit • BUS = via field bus (interface). The arrow Y in the left-hand status line indicates menu level MON (Monitor = Operating data display).09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Parameters Display unit The following shows the display unit (LCD display with all display elements). • Display for the operating data M1. V/T2 and W/T3).00 Hz (output frequency) in automatic alternating sequence. Area b Plain text display Description Two 14. Tabelle 7: Area a Status display Areas of the LCD display Description The arrowheads D on the top border show information regarding the drive.

The frequency inverter is now ready for operation in RASP and can be started through the control signal terminal with the specified default values with the assigned motor output connected.RASP speed controllers 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN READY REF MON PAR FLT FWD RUN STOP ALARM FAULT REV I/O KEYPAD BUS L Display in automatic alternation M READY REF MON PAR FLT FWD REV I/O KEYPAD BUS RUN STOP ALARM FAULT Figure 90: Operational data indicator (operational) OK By actuating the OK button. you can set the alternating display mode to stay on the output frequency (0.00 Hz). 96 .

1 The display changes automatically with the value of the output frequency 0. Sequ-e nce 0 Commands Display Description READY REF MON PAR FLT FWD RUN STOP ALARM FAULT Measured value 1. 97 .1 =1 is displayed at the first switch on and after the default settings have been activated. The value (1) flashes. REV I/O KEYPAD BUS The two arrow buttons enable you to select the individual main menus: • REF = Setpoint input (Reference) • MON = Operational data indicator (Monitor) • PAR =Parameter levels • FLT = Fault log (Fault). Example: Main menu PAR.00 Hz (at STOP). REV RUN I/O STOP KEYPAD ALARM BUS FAULT 1 BACK RESET READY REF MON PAR FLT FWD By actuating the BACK/RESET button. Use the OK pushbutton to open the selected main menu. OK 2 REF MON PAR FLT READY RUN STOP ALARM FAULT FWD REV I/O KEYPAD BUS The numerical first value is always shown from the selected main menu.1 The display automatically switches between the parameter number and the defined value. Display in automatic alternation L M READY RUN STOP ALARM FAULT OK REF MON PAR FLT FWD REV I/O KEYPAD BUS Use the OK button to activate the selected parameter. Parameter P1. page 92). you activate the menu level (arrow flashes).09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Parameters Select parameters The table below outlines the general controls and indications for selecting and setting parameters (a Table 5. P1.

• P1. FWD REV RUN I/O STOP KEYPAD ALARM BUS FAULT 4b REF MON PAR FLT READY To select the first parameter of the last parameter group (P1.2 l S5. use arrow key Ú. To change to a different menu level. h Parameters marked in column "Access right RUN“ with / .1…).3…).2 l P1.1 l P1.6 l S4.5…). FWD REV RUN I/O STOP KEYPAD ALARM BUS FAULT 4d REF MON PAR FLT READY To select the last parameter value (P1. 4a REF MON PAR FLT READY To select the parameter with the next higher number (P1. use arrow key Í.1 = Basis parameters • P1.2 l P7. you exit main menu PAR (arrow flashes).1 l S4.1 l S4. The display now changes automatically between the new value and the respective parameter number.1 l P6.0 = Expert parameters REV RUN I/O STOP KEYPAD ALARM BUS FAULT OK REF MON PAR FLT FWD REV RUN I/O STOP KEYPAD ALARM BUS FAULT The selected value is confirmed with the OK button.RASP speed controllers 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Sequ-e nce 3 Commands Display Description READY REF MON PAR FLT FWD READY RUN STOP ALARM FAULT If the parameter value is flashing. you can use the two arrow keys to change the value within the permitted range.3…). FWD REV I/O KEYPAD BUS h Activate and save your changes with the OK button. FWD REV RUN I/O STOP KEYPAD ALARM BUS FAULT 4c REF MON PAR FLT READY To select the first parameter of the group with the next higher number (P1. can be changed during operation (RUN mode). 98 . use arrow key Í or Ú. use arrow key Í. FWD REV RUN I/O STOP KEYPAD ALARM BUS FAULT 5 BACK RESET REF MON PAR FLT READY By actuating the BACK/RESET button. use arrow key ú.

PNU ID Zugriffsrecht RUN rw/ro Wert Beschreibung WE Index ID Wert Variabler Text Min.1 115 rw/ro rw 0 Parameter ranges Expert (extended parameter set) Caution: Activation of P1.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Basis parameters Basis parameters The abbreviations used in the parameter lists have the following meaning: PNU ID RUN Parameter number Identification number of the parameter Access rights to the parameters during operation (RUN): / = Modification permissible. Base Standard parameters for RASP in the Rapid Link system Value Description WE (P1.1 = 1) 1 / 1 99 . since operating principle and function of RASP can differ in the Rapid Link system.1 = 0 requires extended engineering and parameterization. Max.1 = 1) Basis parameters ro/rw Value DS The illustration below shows the list of parameters in this manual and in the MaxConnect program. . h Access rights are not shown in MaxConnect. The number and order of displayed columns can be changed in MaxConnect (similar columns in Excel or under Tools – Options – Parameter/value).= Modification only possible in STOP Parameter read and write permissions via a fieldbus connection (BUS): ro = read only rw = read and write Setting of the parameters Default settings: • WE (P1. PNU ID Access right RUN P1. Einheit Standard Parameter selection (P1) Under Parameter selection (P1) you can select the basic RASP settings.

8 Designation Maximum frequency Motor. 100 .2 540 - Applications 0 Two operating directions with three fixed frequencies FWD/REV/B0/B1 (AS-Interface output DQ0 .4 P14.DQ3) DQ0 = FWD (clockwise rotating field) DQ1 = FF1 (P10. country specific.3 = 40 Hz) DQ2 + DQ3 = FF3 (P10.5 = 10 Hz) DQ1 + DQ3 = FF5 (P10.DQ3) DQ0 = FWD (clockwise rotating field) DQ1 = REV (anticlockwise rotating field) DQ0 + DQ1 = Reset DQ2 = FF1 (P10.6 P14.3 1472 rw 0 1) These default settings can be changed only when DIP switches 4 to 6 are set to zero.3 = 1 60 Hz 1720 rpm 60 Hz 60 Hz 30 Hz 1720 rpm 60 Hz 60 Hz 1 2 P1.6 = 15 Hz) DQ2 + DQ3 = FF6 (P10. rated speed Motor.3 P7. rated frequency Cut-off frequency U/f characteristic curve.3 = 40 Hz) DQ1 + DQ2 = FF3 (P10. PNU P6. 60 Hz networks) The country specific default settings takes into account the frequency based parameters in relation to 50 and 60 Hz networks:.4 = 50 Hz) DQ3 = FF4 (P10.RASP speed controllers 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN PNU ID Access right RUN rw/ro rw Value Description WE (P1.4 P7.2 = 30 Hz) DQ2 + FF2 (P10. intended for permanent motors) Default setting (FS). 50 Hz networks) USA (North America.7 = 20 Hz) DQ1 + DQ2 + DQ3 = FF7 (P10.3 = 0 50 Hz 1440 rpm 50 Hz 50 Hz 25 Hz 1440 rpm 50 Hz 50 Hz P1.1 = 1) 01) P1.2 = 30 Hz) DQ3 = FF2 (P10.6 P11.8 = 25 Hz) 2 = PM-Motor (not activated.4 = 50 Hz) One operating direction with 7 fixed frequencies FWD/B0/B1/B2 (AS-Interface output DQ0 .2 P11. mean frequency value Motor rated speed (2PS) Motor rated frequency (2PS) Maximum frequency (2PS) P1.3 P14. 0 1 EU (Europe.

4 x 2.1 = 1) 3 / 2 3 1 0 ON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 DIP 8 1 0 ON 1 2 U 10 x 0.2 117 rw/ro rw 0 1 Setpoint input FF0 (Fixed frequency) The value can be set in parameter P10. PNU ID Access right RUN P6. 101 .5 mm n0 0 – 50 Hz 0 – 400 V 400 V ~5 Hz 50 Hz f Figure 91: Ten-turn spindle potentiometer set to about 5 to 10 Hz by default.1. Deactivated Potentiometer n0 (a figure 91. internal input AI1 of the frequency inverter) Value Description WE (P1. It can be set via the keypad with the arrow buttons. REF (external keypad RASP-KEY-S1) This setting causes the setpoint value defined at REF to be read.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Basis parameters Drives control (P6) In parameter group P6 the operating conditions for the RASP’s frequency inverter are defined.

3000. t2 = (P6.00 P6.3 .P6.8 set to 1 (default) the motor is always brought to a controlled stop (deceleration ramp P6.4 102 .0 P6.0 s ( a figure 92 below) 5.5.3) and the maximum output frequency is fmax (P6.P6. the acceleration and deceleration time of the drive is reduced to t1 or t2.6 are always 0 Hz (P6.3 greater than 0 Hz).00 P6.5 103 / / rw Acceleration time (acc1) 0.3) x P6.4 a P6. Wit parameter P6.P6.6) apply for all changes to the frequency reference value.1 – 3000.3 101 - Minimum frequency 0..4 102 - rw Maximum frequency P6.320 Hz 50.0 s (see Figure 92 below) 2.1 .4). a When setting a minimum output frequency (P6.6 P6.5 and P6.5 P6.5) and deceleration times (P6.00 .3) x P6.RASP speed controllers 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN PNU ID Access right RUN rw/ro rw Value Description WE (P1.6.0 fout [Hz] P6.4 . Starting friction and load inertia can lead to longer acceleration times for the drive than are set in P6.3 P6.6 t [s] Figure 92: Acceleration and deceleration time Reference points for the acceleration and deceleration times set in parameters P6.6 104 rw Deceleration time (dec1) 0.6). Large centrifugal masses or if driven by the load.3 P6.5 t1 t2 P6.4 [Hz] P6.4 .1 = 1) 0. The values for the acceleration time t1 and the deceleration time t2 are calculated as follows: t1 = (P6.4 h The defined acceleration (P6. the deceleration time of the drive can be greater than is set in P6.

4).6.5) and deceleration ramp (P6.6). Stop function 0 Free coasting The motor runs down uncontrolled after switching the start-release off (FWD/REV). By switching on a small current value.4 P6. the deceleration time must be extended.4 f P6.5 P6. a small torque is created.0 s Linear acceleration and deceleration time based on P6.8 506 - rw 1 1 P6. The time set here applies for both ramps (see Figure 93). P6. time-based S-form 0. Flying restart circuit Starting on a running motor.5 and P6.9 P6.1 = 1) 0 P6.10.3 t P6.5) and deceleration (P6.9 P6.6. With a frequency search (beginning with the maximum frequency P6. Wave form.5“and Section “P12.3 P6.6) times. page 115). Ramp (deceleration) = dynamic braking.1 .6 P6. Time-graded transition to start and end of the acceleration ramp (P6.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Basis parameters PNU ID Access right RUN rw/ro rw Value Description WE (P1.9 500 - rw 0.9 P6. the correct rotational field frequency is determined. RASPs with built-in braking resistor can dissipate excess energy (a section "P12. Deceleration time with the value set under P6.7 505 - Start function 0 1 Ramp (acceleration) The acceleration time with the value set at parameter P6.9 t Figure 93: S-formed curve for acceleration and deceleration ramps 103 .5.6”. The output frequency is then adapted to the specified setpoint frequency based on the defined acceleration (P6.0 0. If the energy fed back by the motor during dynamic braking is too high.0 f P6.

the deceleration time is switched automatically from dec1 (P6.3000 s (see P6.20 dec2 t [s] Figure 94: Ramp time changeover PNU ID Access right RUN rw/ro rw Value Description WE (P1.1 = 1) 10.00 Hz = deactivated 0.22 10.6).4 P6.4 Hz If the output frequency set here is exceeded.01 .00 P6.dec2) 0.0 P6. 0.22 1334 - rw Transition frequency (dec1 .P6.5).20).21 P6.0 P6.19 502 / / - Second acceleration time (acc2) 0.1 .00 104 .5 P6.20 503 rw Second deceleration time (dec2) 0.21 526 rw Transition frequency (acc1 . the acceleration time is switched automatically from acc1 (P6. 0.01 .21 acc2 dec1 P6. Activation takes place at the frequency set under P6. Activation takes place at the frequency set under P6.P6.19).00 Hz = deactivated 0.4 Hz If the output frequency set here is exceeded.22 acc1 P6.5) to acc2 (P6.acc2) 0.RASP speed controllers 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN fout [Hz] P6.3000 s (see P6.3 P6.6 P6.6) to dec2 (P6.1 .19 P6.

2 x Ie [A] Ie = Frequency inverter’s rated operational current in the RASP (h motor rating plate).1 113 - Motor.6 111 - rw Motor. Switching type for stator windings of the motor Example taking into account mains voltage and motor according to (a figure 95): • 400 V (P7. rated operating voltage Setting range: 180 – 500 V (h Motor ratings plate).61) P7.2 x Ie .75 KW 1410 min-1 50 Hz U1 V1 W1 U1 V1 W1 W2 U2 V2 W2 U2 V2 P7.3 112 - rw Motor. P7. 50. This information makes up the base values for the motor controller (electrical reproduction).4 = 0.3.2 x Ie [A] Default setting: 1.00 (h Motor ratings plate) Motor. 105 .09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Basis parameters Motor (P7) For optimal operation.41) P7. rated speed Setting range: 300 – 20000 rpm (h Motor ratings plate).67.2 x Ie .3 A.1 = 2. rated operational current Setting range: 0.1 = 1) 2.67 0.1 = 2.0/2. rated frequency Setting range: 30 – 320 Hz (h Motor ratings plate).001) 60.1 h The motor data is set to the rated operation data for the RASP and depends on the performance variables in default settings (see 1)). Pay attention to the mains voltage and the type of circuit in the stator winding! P7.5 110 - rw P7.30 – 1.851) 4001) P7.3 A cos v 0.4 P7. power factor (cos v) Setting range: 0.2 107 - rw Current limitation Setting range: 0. P7. 230/400 V 4. P7.5 × Ie 3. you should enter the enter the ratings plate information for the motor here.00 1) Example: Default settings for RASP-2… For the ratings on the rating plate in Figure 95 the parameters must be set as follows: P7.3 P7.5 P7.5) A star connection A P7.4 120 - rw Motor. (min-1) 1440 1720 0.6 ULN = 230 V ULN = 400 V Figure 96: Figure 95: Motor parameters from ratings plate Star circuit for RASP at ULN = 400 V PNU ID Access right RUN rw/ro rw Value Description WE (P1. P7.3 = 1410.

e. a higher (capacitive) motor current can flow causing early trip block.RASP speed controllers 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Protective functions (P8) In parameter group P8 the response of the RASP’s built-in frequency inverter to external influences can be adjusted: • 0 = deactivated. no reaction • 1 = Warning (e. PNU ID Access right RUN rw/ro rw Value Description WE (P1.8.1 = 1) 2 P8. stop function according to P6. 0 1 2 Deactivated Warning (AL 15) Error (F… 15). F…50) The error . Solution: motor reactor or sinusoidal filter. Note: With long motor cable lengths and low motor power (poor efficiency cos v).3 703 - Earth-fault protection Earth-fault protection checks the currents in the motor phases against ground (PE) at startup and is also active in operation. Warning (AL 03) Error (F… 03).g.2.(FAULT) and warning messages (ALARM) are described in chapter 5. a ground fault can cause damage to the inverter. stop function according to P6.g.4 709 - 2 106 .8. blocked motor shaft) and is set with parameter P7. It protects the motor from brief overloads (e. 1 2 P8.8 Blocking protection mechanism The blocking protection is functions as an overload protection. Caution: When the monitoring is deactivated. 0 Deactivated If the monitoring is deactivated. g. Warning message AL 50) • 2 = Error (stop mode after error message based on parameters P6. the response time is shortened to a start signal.

h The fixed frequency values can be changed during operation (RUN). only if P6. P10.1 P10. With P6.5 = 10 Hz FF5.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Basis parameters Fixed frequency setpoint value (P10) Depending on parameter P1. P10.2 = 0 X X X X X X X X X X FF1. FWD.5 and P6. P10.6 = 15 Hz FF6.3 = 40 Hz FF3.2 = 30 Hz FF2. page 101) WE = 30 Hz WE = 40 Hz WE = 50 Hz – – – – – – 1 0 DQ1 – – – – 0 1 DQ2 0 1 0 1 – – DQ3 0 0 1 1 – – Selector switch (HAND. HAND REV. P10. P10.1 = 5 Hz. P10. 107 . DI3.4 (maximum frequency).3. the output frequency is inhibited directly (coasting to halt). Binary-coded activation of the fixed frequencies Input (binary) B0 b1 m2 Fixed frequency (Default setting) FF0.2 up to seven fixed frequencies can be activated in the RASP. When FWD or REV enable is revoked. In automatic mode these inputs are actuated through die AS-Interface Outputs DQ0 to DQ3.7 = 20 Hz FF7. P10. HAND The switch between the individual fixed frequency values is done with the acceleration and deceleration times set with P6.4 = 50 Hz FF4.8 = 1 the drive is decelerated under control a a figure 97). REV) – – – FWD.2 P10.6. h In Fig. and DI4 indicate the digital inputs of the RASP’s frequency inverter. P10. Fixed frequency Designation PNU Digital input (built-in) Parameter setting X X AS-Interface Manual mode DQ0 0 FF1 FF2 FF3 FWD REV – P10.3 – – – DI3 DI4 DI3 + DI4 DI1 DI2 Spindle potentiometer „n0“ (a figure 91. A fixed frequency value can go below a minimum limit frequency set at parameter P6.8 = 25 Hz h The maximum permitted set value for a fixed frequency is limited by parameter P6. 93 DI1.

00 Hz up to the maximum frequency value (P6.00 30. P10.2 105 / / / / / / / rw Fixed frequency FF1 0.6 128 rw Fixed frequency FF5 0.00 Hz up to the maximum frequency value (P6.001) 40.4).001) 20.4).00 Hz up to the maximum frequency value (P6.2) 108 .2 = 0.001) 25. P10.00 60.5 127 rw Fixed frequency FF4 0.4).4 126 rw Fixed frequency FF3 0.00 24.3) DQ2 + DQ3 A DI3 + DI4 = FF1 FF3 (P10.00 Hz up to the maximum frequency value (P6.00 12.7 129 rw Fixed frequency FF6 0.00 6.1 124 / Fixed frequency FF0 0. (activated internally through DI4) P10.8 130 rw Fixed frequency FF7 0.001) 15.00 36.001) P10.3 = 1 f [Hz] fmax P6.001) 10.3 106 rw Fixed frequency FF2 0. P10.1 = 1) 5. (internal through DI3 and DI4 only with P1.4). (activated internally through DI3) 30.001) P10.001) 50.2 = 1 activated) P10.4). 1) Value at P1.00 18.6 20 Hz 15 Hz 10 Hz a b 0 Hz t [s] FF1 FF2 FWD FF3 FF3 FF1 DI3 DI4 DI1 a P6.4).00 Hz up to the maximum frequency value (P6.00 48.4 (50 Hz) P6. This value is only active if for the setpoint input has been set the parameter P6.4).5 P6.00 Hz up to the maximum frequency value (P6.8 = 1 Figure 97: Example: Activation of fixed frequency with acceleration and deceleration ramps DQ2 A DI3 = FF1 (P10.RASP speed controllers 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN PNU ID Access right RUN rw/ro rw Value Description WE (P1.2) DQ3 A DI4 = FF2 (P10.00 Hz up to the maximum frequency value (P6. P10.4).00 Hz up to the maximum frequency value (P6.

a voltage corresponding with one of the linear characteristic curves is output. the voltage value can be raised as a percentage be a quadratic U/f ratio over the entire manipulating range.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Basis parameters U/f-characteristic curve (P11) The RASP’s frequency inverter controls its inverters with sinusoidal pulse width modulation (PWM). the voltage value can be raised by percentages in a linear U/f-ratio over the entire manipulating range.3.8 = 1: • Speed control (rpm. 1 2 109 . WE (P1. The U/f ratio running linearly between zero and the cut-off frequency remains constant.6. The U/f ratio running quadratically between zero and the cut-off frequency remains constant.5. the magnetizing flux and the torque behavior of the connected motor is virtually constant. h The rating data of the U/f-characteristic curve is assigned automatically and corresponds with the values of parameter P7. By defining a minimum frequency P6. P11.3 = Nominal motor voltage P7.1 = 1) 0 PNU ID Access right RUN rw/ro rw Value Description P11. characteristic 0 linear The output voltage changes linearly with the output frequency.8.4.3). from zero to voltage P11. parameter group 7). For other values of the U/f characteristic parameters P7. from zero to voltage P11. a voltage corresponding with one of the quadratic characteristic curves is output.3 with the cut-off frequency P11. Large power difference (PFU >> PMotor). the benchmark values for the U/f-characteristic curve correspond with the rated operational data of the connected motor (see ratings plate for the motor): • Cut-off frequency P11. low heat dissipation.3 with the cut-off frequency P11. Parameterizable In connection with parameters P11. If the voltage/frequency ratio is constant (linear characteristic curve). In the standard application. quadratic The output voltage changes quadratically with the output frequency. By defining a minimum frequency (P6.2.5 and P7. • Output voltage P11. Switching in the output. the U/f ratio and therefore the parameters for characteristic curve progress can be defined as required.5 and P11.6 (rated motor frequency). P11. which are set in parameter P11. P11.6. With parameter P11.6 = Maximum frequency P6. no more than one power rating less.6.8 = 0: • • • • • Frequency control (Hz). • High torque (requirement: exact motor data for the motor calculation model. With parameter P11. The IGBTs are actuated here by two U/f-based control procedures. min-1) with slip compensation. Parallel connection of several motors.1 108 - U/f characteristic curve.2 = Rated motor frequency P7.6 must be set before the U/f characteristic parameters listed here can be changed.4. • Standalone operation (only one motor).2. The V/f characteristic curve (voltage/frequency characteristic curve) represents a control procedure of the frequency inverter in which the motor voltage is controlled in a specific ratio to the frequency.5 (nominal motor voltage) and P7.

00 % of mains voltage In the standard application.6 P6.00 – 320.3 U [%] P11.00 110 .3 f [Hz] P11.3 P11.6 P6.00 Hz The output voltage reaches its maximum rated value P11.2 P6.3 with the cutoff frequency.00 P11.4) is set to higher values.1 = Figure 98: U/f-characteristic curve (P11. the voltage/frequency ratio is no longer constant.2 602 - Cut-off frequency 30.4 P11.1 = 2 PNU ID Access right RUN rw/ro rw Value Description WE (P1.00 – 200.5 (h ratings plate motor).2 P11.3 603 rw Output voltage 10.RASP speed controllers 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN U [%] P11.1) linear P11.3 P11.00 60.4 f [Hz] Example: linear U/f characteristic curve with cut-off frequency and field weakening range. P11. If the maximum output frequency (P6. the output voltage remains constant as of the cut-off frequency defined here.1 = 1 parameterizable P11.1 = 1) 50. the value set here is equal to 100 % of the mains voltage supply and corresponding with the nominal motor voltage set under P7. The magnetization of the connected motor is reduced with increasing frequency (field weakening range).5 P11.2 Characteristic curve:U/f (P11.6 P11.6 P6.1) quadratic P11.3 P11.3 U [%] P11. As of this cut-off frequency.2 P11. 100. U [%] P11. For example: 400 V at 50 Hz.3 f [Hz] f [Hz] P11.

1 = 2.3 % Definition of a voltage value for the frequency value set under P11. the motor should be equipped with an external fan.1 = 2.g. see characteristic P11. mean frequency value 0. h Caution: A high torque at low speed causes a high thermal load on the motor.00 P11.2 [Hz] Definition of a frequency value for the voltage value set under P11. The setpoint entry controls the motor speed depending on the load torque (calculation by motor model). The ratings plate information for the motor must be set in the parameter group P7 in this case.40. 0. Control mode 0 Frequency control (U/f-characteristic curve) The setpoint entry controls the output frequency of the frequency inverter (resolution of the output frequency = 0.1 = 2) 100.4 Defined ratio (break-point) for the defined U/f-characteristic curve (P11. If temperatures are too high.1 = 2) P11. Speed control with slip compensation. only one motor with the assigned power (current) may connected in the output of the frequency inverter. Note: The speed control requires a precise electrical reproduction of the connected motor.00 P11.00 60. Note: In this mode. the motor should be fitted with an external fan.00 .4 604 - U/f characteristic curve.5 Defined ratio (break-point) for the defined U/f-characteristic curve (P11. can be connected in parallel in the output of the frequency inverter.5 605 - rw V/f characteristic curve.00 P11. h Caution: A high torque at low speed leads to a high thermal load on the motor. with varying outputs. mean voltage value 0. multiple motors.1 = 1) 50.6 606 - rw Output voltage at 0 Hz 0.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Basis parameters PNU ID Access right RUN rw/ro rw Value Description WE (P1.00 – P11. Note: If temperatures are too high. heavy starting duty). see characteristic P11.7 109 - rw 0 1 Torque increase Deactivated activated Automatic increase of the output voltage (boost) with an increased load and low speed (e.01 Hz).P11.8 600 - rw 0 1 111 . Note: In this mode. 0 P11.00 % Definition of a start voltage at 0 Hz (zero frequency voltage) Note: A high start voltage enables a high torque at the start.00 .

The speed control (P11. the resulting speed reduction is compensated by an increase in the output frequency (b) (see figure). the slip is constant. the frequency inverter cannot compensate this load-related speed difference. In idle operation without a load. P7. the frequency inverter can compensate these load-related deviations. Load changes (a) at the motor shaft cause a larger slip (Dn) and thus a reduced rotor speed (b). The speed behavior of the motor is even.RASP speed controllers 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN On the constant three-phase AC supply. n2 Dn n1 n b Figure 99: Speed behavior without slip compensation M b M2 In “Speed control” mode (P11. In controlled operation (V/F characteristic curve). The slip here represents the difference between the rotating field of the stator and that of the rotor. the loadrelated slip is shown as the resistance R’2/s. From the measured voltage and current values of the stator winding (u1.3. The simple illustration shows that. as the load torque increases (a). the three-phase asynchronous motor has a constant rotor speed (n1.8 = 1) can then compensate the load-related slip deviations. i1) the internal motor model calculates the required manipulated variables for the flux variable iµ and the torque variable iw. this resistance approaches infinity. u1 X1 R1 X'2 R'2 s i1 iw im Xh a Figure 100: b c M M2 Equivalent circuit diagram for an asynchronous motor a Stator winding b Air gap c Transformed rotor winding a M1 An exact calculation requires the precise rating specifications of the motor (parameter group 7). a M1 n1 n Figure 101: Speed behavior with slip compensation 112 . rating plate specifications) according to the number of pole pairs and mains frequency. as in a constant AC supply system. and approaches zero as the load increases.8 = 1). In the equivalent circuit diagram of the three-phase motor. In static operation.

for example: • too high values are set • and with high ambient air temperatures and • high load currents. Note: As a protection against thermal overload.9 601 - Pulse frequency 1. The heat dissipation in the inverter (IGBT) increases with higher switching frequencies.0 P11.10 = 1 must be set for operation at a constant pulse frequency.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Basis parameters PNU ID Access right RUN rw/ro rw Value Description WE (P1. Parameter P11. With motor frequencies < 5 Hz a higher speed stability can be achieved at low switching frequencies.16. MMX reduces the switching frequency automatically if. 113 .5 .0 kHz Using a high switching frequency can reduce the magnetization noise in the motor.1 = 1) 6.

• Mechanical braking (actuation). it generates electric power via its stator windings.RASP speed controllers 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Braking (P12) RASP versions with braking resistance and activated brake chopper: • • • • RASP-22… RASP-32… RASP-42… RASP-52… Oversynchronous speeds occur. for example. In parameter group P12 you can set different brake functions of the RASP: • Generative braking (brake chopper with braking resistance). The rise in the DC link voltage is monitored by the RASP frequency inverter and always enables a braking torque of around 30 % of the motor rated torque. The brake functions allow you to reduce undesired coasting and long coasting times. Regenerative braking If the rotor of an asynchronous motor is driven oversynchronously in the operating direction of the rotating field. when the output frequency in frequency inverter operation is reduced with short deceleration times. The motor becomes a generator. i b R+ R- RB c a M 3 ˜ Figure 102: Regenerative braking with external braking resistance a Machine flywheel mass b Inverter with brake chopper (brake transistor) c Braking resistance (RB) a Energy flow (braking torque) 114 . A higher braking torque can be achieved by selecting a more powerful RASP frequency inverter. In the frequency inverter. the connected machine has a large flywheel mass or when the flowing medium in pumps and fans works against the speed reduction.6 are shown only when the RASP contains a braking resistance. RASP have a internal brake-chopper with a high-capacity resistor.5 and P12. h Parameters P12. this generative energy causes an increase in the DC link voltage. Mechanical braking also ensures safe operating states.

1 = 1) 2 P12. Allowing for an energy absorption from the DC link of around 30% during braking. Note: Lower values for the switching threshold ON will switch on the braking resistance earlier so that it is subject to a greater load.6 1447 - rw 765 h The switching threshold for the brake transistor should always be above the maximum DC link voltage. allowing for the maximum permissible mains voltage peak of + 10 %: ULN = 400 V AC ULN + 10 % = 400 V AC = 440 V AC UDC = 1. dynamic intermediate brake. switching threshold Setting range: 0 .09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Basis parameters PNU ID Access right RUN rw/ro rw Value Description WE (P1.42 x 440 V = 625 V DC (maximum permissible DC link voltage in motor operation). The voltage of the internal DC link is indicated by M1. Automatic activation in operation (RUN) and on STOP. For example.42 x ULNmax = 1.8.5 504 - Brake chopper 0 1 2 Brake-chopper deactivated Automatic activation in operation (RUN). Dynamic intermediate brake in operation and during deceleration ramp after a Stop signal. the on threshold here for the braking transistor should be set to around 780 V. 115 . Brake chopper. In practice the DC link voltage is about 565 V at ULN = 400 V.911 V P12.

e.00 . The digital output can be activated again after the output frequency drops below the value of P5.1 = 0) when parameter P5. mechanical brake can be set only in Expert mode (P1.13 (DO off-delay). frequency limit value on reversing (REV) Setting range: 0.7 when it has also dropped below the value of P5.00 . P12.7.7: (a figure 103) The digital output remains active after the value of P5.5 = P5. If the output frequency drops under the value set with P5. the value 26 is switched to the assigned digital output (P5…) (brake actuated).P6.5 RUN (FWD/REV) t DO a Mechanical brake (actuation) b Figure 103: a Brake. for holding brakes • P5. deceleration time Setting range: 0.7: The output frequency must have exceeded the value of P5.5 before the brake engages again when the value drops below that of P5.9 1450 rw Close external brake.8 1449 rw Open external brake. STOP P6.50 0.8 = 1 f [Hz] P5.2 A Condition: RUN (Start enable) On reaching the current value set here.320. the value 26 switches the assigned digital output (P5…) and the brake is actuated (ventilated). the value 26 is switched to the assigned digital output (P5…) (brake actuated). current limit value Setting range: 0.00 .P6. frequency limit value Setting range: 0. mechanical brake is actuated. P12.5 < P5. In practice you can select the following settings: • P6.P6.00 1.00 . 0.12 (DO on-delay) and P5.5. frequency limit value Setting range: 0.50 1.RASP speed controllers 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Mechanical brake (actuation) h Actuation of an external. the value 26 deactivates the assigned digital output (P5…). PNU ID Access right RUN P12. The brake closes again.4 Hz P12.5.7 P5.7.10 1451 rw Close external brake.7 1448 rw/ro rw Open external brake.1 = 0) 116 .g.7.7: Same On and Off frequency.8 = 0: Digital output and brake are switched off directly with the Stop signal. P12. the assigned digital output (P5.4 Hz Condition: RUN (Start enable) After the time set here has elapsed.4 Hz If the frequency goes below the value set here.00 . regardless of the output frequency. • P5. The mechanical brake engages.2 Value Description WE (P1.P7. the digital output is switched off again.3 A DO) is activated and the motor’s external.00 s Condition: RUN (Start enable) If the frequency set here is exceeded.5 > P5.11 1452 rw Open external brake.3 = 29 is activated. If the frequency inverter module’s output frequency (F2) exceeds the value set with P5. The On/Off delay of digital output DO and therefore also the fan or engaging of the brake can be influenced with parame-ters P5.00 1.5 is exceeded (= brake disengaged) until the output frequency has also exceeded the value of P5. The brake releases. • P5. released b Brake activates and brakes the drive mechanically.

8 k Baud) = 9600 Baud (9.00 0 0 0 0 0 0. yyy = Number of correct messages (0 to 999).11) 808 ro xx. PNU ID Access right RUN rw/ro Value Description h The S parameters are.3 S1.4 k Baud) = 57600 Baud (57.6 k Baud) 5 1) Parameters S2.1 to S2. software identification.1 S1. Application ID.31) S2. 117 .4 S1. Default settings Hard.6 S1. set to readonly (ro) and can not be changed. except for group S4.2 k Baud) = 2400 Baud (2. Power SW ID: Power section. 1 S2.4 are used only for internal communication of the RASP’s frequency inverter module and re overwritten with specific parameter values. API SW Version: Control section.5 S1.4 k Baud) = 4800 Baud (4. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 = 300 Baud = 600 Baud = 1200 Baud (1.yyy Communication status xx = Number of error messages (0 to 64).6 k Baud) = 19200 Baud (19.21) 809 0.00 0 / rw 0 1 Field bus protocol Field bus deactivated Modbus RTU Station address Station address 1 to 255. Power SW Version: Power section. software version.41) 810 / / rw 1 811 rw Baud rate Transfer rate (1 Baud = 1 symbol per second) The baud rate must be equal on the send and receive sides. software identification. Communication (only for internal information) S2.2 k Baud) = 38400 Baud (38.7 2314 835 2315 834 837 838 839 ro ro ro ro ro ro ro xx xxxxx x xxx 90xx xxx. Application. S2.2 S1.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Basis parameters System parameter The system parameters (S parameters) inform the user of devicespecific settings.xx xx API SW ID: control section.and Software Information S1. revision System load Load as percentage [%]. software version.

1 S3. 0 1 .RASP speed controllers 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN PNU ID Access right RUN rw/ro ro Value Description Default settings S2. 0.6 rw 0 1 deactivated.0000 0 . set individual password Backlight (RASP-KEY-S1 only).2 831 rw 0 1 S4.7 814 - ro 0 S2. Write back parameter set (RASP-KEY-S1 only).3 832 Default settings (WE) = Default setting or changed value (user setting for parameter).0000 0-… MWh counter Operating days [d] Operating hours [h] RUN counter. save parameter set from RASP-KEY-S1 to speed control unit RASP.5 S3.4 833 Deactivated Activated. Password forgotten (A Service and warranty.3 S3. = Restores default settings for all parameters.8 815 - ro 0 Unit counter S3. save parameter set in RASP-KEY-S1. always OFF activated. Deactivated Activated. set value 1 to 60 minutes activated.1 0 S2. 0 0 5 0000 0 827 828 829 840 841 842 ro ro ro ro ro ro ro 0 . Password The password protection applies to all parameters.5 rw 0 1 S4. page 22) 0000 0001 9999 S4.6 813 - Parity type 0 = No function (inaccessible) Communication timeout 0 1 2 …255 = Not used =1s =2s = up to 255 s Reset communication status 0 1 = Not used = Resets parameter S2.60 61 S4. Deactivated Activated. hours FLT counter: Error counter Parameter set status (RASP-KEY-S1 only). always ON Save parameter set (RASP-KEY-S1 only).00 0 0 0 0 0 5 / rw / rw 118 .2 S3.6 S3. days RUN counter.24 0 .4 S3.71) User Set S4.

and the display can be fixed on the selected display value with the OK pushbutton.7 M1.00 0.13 M1.2 M1. the LCD display is illuminated (= Power ON) and all segments are shown briefly. The parameter number (M1.0 0.11 M1.1 M1. Measured intermediate circuit voltage (depending on the supply voltage). DI6 (see „Example of status displays“. Measured output voltage to motor.00 0 0. L2/N. If you wish to access a different operational data indicator.0 0.1) and the respective display value (0. page 120). e.5 M1. PNU ID Designation Display value 0.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Operational data indicator (MON) Operational data indicator (MON) By applying the specified supply voltage (L1. Measured heat sink temperature.0 0 0 h The values of the operating data display cannot be changed by hand (i. h You can select operational data indicators during operation (RUN).0 0.8 M1. DI3 (see „Example of status displays“.9 M1.6 M1. The parameter number and the display value are shown in alternation automatically.12 M1.00) are then displayed automatically in alternating sequence.4 M1.0 0. page 120) 119 .0 000 00 0 0. You can then make the selection with the arrow buttons Í and Ú and confirm with the OK pushbutton.14 M1. Unit Description M1. Calculated ratio of actual output power to rated motor output1).00 0. DI2. press the OK pushbutton once again. The appropriate unit is shown under the respective operational data indicator.15 1 25 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 13 14 26 15 16 Output frequency Frequency reference value Motor shaft speed Motor current Motor torque Motor Power Motor voltage Intermediate circuit DC voltage Unit temperature Motor temperature Analog input 1 Analog input 2 Analog output 1 Digital input Digital input Hz Hz rpm A % % V V °C % % % % - Frequency to motor Frequency reference value Calculated speed of the motor (rpm-1)1) Measured motor current Calculated ratio of torque to rated torque of the motor1).3 M1. READY REF MON PAR FLT FWD REV I/O KEYPAD BUS RUN STOP ALARM FAULT REF READY RUN STOP ALARM FAULT m Display in automatic alternation l MON PAR FLT FWD REV I/O KEYPAD BUS Figure 104: Operational data indicator You can use the MON (Monitor) menu level to select the desired operational data indicator (parameter number M…) with the arrow buttons Í and Ú. % (calculated value) Value on AI1 Value on AI2 Value on AO1 Status DI1. by value entry). DI5.10 M1. Status DI4. L3).

100 120 . Control signal terminal 14 is actuated (DI14) = AS-Interface : DQ3 (FF2). digital input - Status RO1. Control signal terminals 10. The counter reset command is set with P3. M1. These make it possible to check for whether an output control signal (e.6) is based on the values entered in parameter group P7 (a section "Motor (P7)“.22 1999 RASP device unit temperature 0 °C 1) The calculated motor data (M1. Control signal terminal 9 is actuated (DI2) = AS-Interface : DQ1 (REV). PNU ID Display value 0 1 10 100 101 111 M1. Control signal terminals 25 (R21) and 26 (R24) are connected (closed changeover contact). Relay RO2 is actuated. Measured temperature in the RASP enclosure. The following table shows a few examples. from an external controller) of the inputs (DI1 to DI6) activates the frequency inverter. Relay RO1 is actuated.3. Display value: • 1 = activated = High • 0 = not activated = Low Example of status displays The status displays of the digital inputs and outputs are equivalent. Controls the electronic circuit-breaker for the external brake.RASP speed controllers 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN PNU ID Designation Display value 1 0 Unit Description M1. Control signal terminals 10 and 8 are actuated (DI3 + DI1) = AS-Interface : DQ2 + DQ0. N/O contact.24.23.15 16 1 10 100 M1.14 15 No digital input (DI1.5 and M1. The transistor switches the voltage connected at control signal terminal 20 (DO+) to control signal terminal 13 (DO-)-) = Fault A error message through AS-Interface. page 120). 9 and 8 are actuated (DI3 + DI2 + DI1) = AS-Interface : DQ2 + DQ1 + DQ0. DO (see „Example of status displays“. RO2. Control signal terminal 16 is actuated (DI16) = QUICK STOP Transistor DO is actuated. 2) The calculated motor temperature (M1.1 to S3. page 106) h Under the system parameters S3.6 (see Section “System parameter”. Control signal terminal 8 is actuated (DI1) = AS-Interface : DQ0 (FWD).g. Switches output F for the device fan. DI2. DI3) is actuated. M1. Control signal terminal 10 is actuated (DI3) = AS-Interface : DQ2 (FF1).16 M1.21 17 1480 Digital output Counter. Control signal terminal 15 is actuated (DI15) = RESET. control signal terminals 22 (R13) and 23 (R14) are closed. Number of control sections of a digital input (DI1 to DI6) assigned to P3. This provides you with a simple means for checking the wiring (wire breakage). page 117) you can also display the operational data of the M-MaxTM frequency inverter and adjust the contrast of the display unit.10) considers the temperature model of the protection function in parameter group P8 (a section "Protective functions (P8)“. page 105).16 17 1 10 Description M1.

use the OK key. a section "Adjust dip switch“. The current (last) error is always labeled F1 and flashes.) and then the BACK/RESET key again. On the display of optional LCD keypad RASP-KEY-S1 the error messages are displayed with an arrow head D under FAULT and failure code F…. 121 .) in RASP-KEY-S1 is cleared when the supply voltage is interrupted or when you press the BACK/RESET key and then the OK key (indication d.. h The fault signal (error message) in the RASP can be acknowledged only with the key switch in position OFF/ RESET. On the display of LCD keypad RASPKEY-S1 the error message stops flashing and the arrow tip D under FAULT disappears.. The current fault message indication (F1. page 80) detailed information about a fault signal can be viewed with the MaxConnect PC software or with optional LED keypad RASP-KEY-S1. etc. READY REF MON PAR FLT FWD REV I/O KEYPAD BUS RUN STOP ALARM FAULT Figure 105: Example of an error message (undervoltage) Acknowledge error message (Reset) Error messages are normally acknowledged by turning the key switch to position OFF/RESET. The fault message is cleared from the display and the arrow point Y flashes at menu level MON. the last but one is labeled F2. although this resets only the error message in the frequency inverter module.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Error and Warning messages (FLT) Error and Warning messages (FLT) h In the error register (display F…) it is only possible to Introduction On speed control unit RASP all errors are indicated by the group fault (LED 3Mh lit red). return to the menu level (arrow point Y FLT flashes) from display d… . Through the serial interface (RJ45 plug under the locking screw. The connected motor then runs down freely to a stop... The inverter (frequency inverter output) is automatically disabled if a fault is detected. To select the Monitor menu. When a deviation from the correct operating state is detected. the built-in frequency inverter module can distinguish between fault (FAULT) and alarm messages (ALARM). You can also acknowledge error messages with the BACK/RESET key. Error Messages Faults can cause malfunctions and technical defects.

6) increase braking time • The frequency inverter has detected an excessive current (> 4 × IN) in the motor cable. Table 8 shows the error codes. If this is the case. Tabelle 8: List of fault messages (F) and warning messages (AL) Notes • Check the load • Check the motor size • Check the cable (h parameter P6. An excessive temperature warning is issued if the IGBT switch temperature goes above 110 °C. REF MON PAR FLT FWD REV I/O KEYPAD BUS Figure 106: Example of an alarm message h Activating the default settings will reset all parameters! Alarm messages A warning message gives warning of possible damage and indicates impending errors that can still be prevented. • Power failure. • the delay time is too short. Check the ambient air temperature • Make sure that there is an unobstructed flow of cooling air • Check the ambient air temperature • Make sure that the switching frequency (h Parameter P11. H (hour) and m (minute). 122 . please contact your closest Moeller representative. • If a brief power failure takes place. • internal device fault. • inadequate motor. there is an internal fault. 02 Overvoltage 03 Ground fault Check the motor cable and the motor 08 System fault Reset error: Switch mains voltage off and on (Restart). Probable cause: • the supply voltage is too low. • Sudden load increase. please contact your closest Moeller representative. They are called up with the OK button. Display 01 Designation Overcurrent Possible cause h If a warning message occurs.RASP speed controllers 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Fault log (FLT) READY RUN STOP ALARM FAULT The fault memory (FLT) can be read out only with optional LCD keypad RASP-KEY-S1. Every error message is stored with the time of the error occurrence under d (day).9) is not too high in relation to the ambient air temperature and to the motor load: Check the motor 09 Undervoltage 13 14 Under-temperature Overtemperature 15 Motor blocked The motor blocking protection mechanism has been triggered. The alarm message (AL) is displayed alternating with the active operational display value. If it is OK. • The DC intermediate circuit voltage has exceeded the internal safety limit. their possible causes and indicates correction measures. • Check the supply voltage. the frequency inverter in RASP remains active (READY. The fault memory is cleared when you load the default settings. Warning messages appear on the display of optional LCD keypad RASP-KEY-S1 with an arrow point D under ALARM and AL with the associated code number. • high overvoltage peaks in line power • An additional leakage current was detected when starting by means of a current measurement. • Insulation fault in the cables or in the motor • Central processing unit error message • Internal communication fault. Error and alarm messages have the same code numbers. reset the fault and restart the frequency inverter. RUN). The IGBT switch temperature is above 120 °C. The nine most recent errors are listed here. • Short-circuit in motor cable. and the selected with arrow buttons Í and Ú. The DC intermediate circuit voltage has exceeded the internal safety limit. The IGBT switch temperature is below -10 °C. such as an excessively high temperature rise. If the fault occurs again. In menu level FLT (Y) you can call up errors F1 to F9 individually with arrow keys Í and Ú.

2 V h Parameter P2. Further notes are provided in the manual of the optional field bus connection (CANopen. • Component fault. Error in microprocessor monitoring.) If the installation is OK. 27 Back EMF 35 50 Application error Live zero error (Analog input) Please contact your closest Moeller representative.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Setpoint input (REF) Display 16 Designation Motor over-temperature Motor underload EEPROM checksum error Possible cause The frequency inverter's motor temperature model has detected motor overheating.5. torn drive belt). Error message as per P8. The communication link between the master device and the drive's field bus has been interrupted. • Malfunction. This function must be activated under P8. Check the installation. • Signal cable interrupted. Switch on brake chopper and braking resistance. P3. Error message at a digital input (DI1 . The application is not working. PROFIBUS DP etc.5. Error message with activated field bus connection of the interface between the frequency inverter and the mounting frame (MMX-NET-XA). Malfunction. voltage less than 2 V. 17 22 25 Watchdog • Error in microprocessor monitoring. • Check the cabling for the respective device as well. programmed as input for an external error message. 123 . If the motor is not overloaded.g. • The signal source is faulty. please contact your closest Moeller representative. connection to load machine interrupted (e. The underload message is set with P8. Reset the fault and restart If the fault occurs again. • Optional field bus connection is not fitted. check the temperature model parameter. Motor idle. Electromotive force The voltage induced in the motor with the rotation is greater than the output voltage of the frequency inverter. Notes Decrease the motor load. Component fault. Check the analog setpoint circuit and current or voltage source: 51 External fault • Check the programming (P3.) 53 Field bus error 54 Field bus interface error • MMX-NET-XA mounting frame for field bus interface cards is not connected to the frequency inverter. Use higher rated frequency inverters.DI6). PROFIBUS DP etc. Please contact your closest Moeller representative.6) and check the device indicated by the error message.13. Further notes are provided in the manual of the optional field bus connection (CANopen. Lengthen deceleration times.15. please contact your closest Moeller representative. The motor is overloaded. • • • • The rotation energy is greater than the braking energy. Monitored zero point (4 mA. REF: Setpoint value definition (Reference) via the operating unit.1) • Current less than 4 mA. • • • • Error when storing parameters. 55 (Reserve) Setpoint input (REF) h The function is not enabled in RASP.12 and P8.

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0 Examples for Rapid Link modules RAMO: 120  e 0 II I 0 II I 245 270 173 220 ⌀ 6.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Appendix Dimensions Rapid Link System 4.2 145 125 .2 173 220 Figure 107: DOL starter RAMO Figure 108: Reversing starter RAMO (with Manual override switch) 245 285 ⌀ 6.

2 220 . (2.2 245 285 ⌀ 6...Appendix 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Examples for Rapid Link modules RASP  157  0 II I I 0 II 173 220 245 270 ⌀ 6.2 kW with device fan)  0 II I 173 220 Figure 110: 126 RASP speed controllers (with manual override switch) 245 285 182 ⌀ 6.2 173 220 Figure 109: RASP speed controllers Figure 111: RASP-5 speed controllers.

2 kW) the device fan is supplied with the device. It increases the highest permissible ambient air temperature from +40 °C to +55 °C. 190 146 PZ2 2 Nm (17.: 156643 +24 V h Device fan RASP.1 kW) and RASP-4… (1. Dimensions device fan For RASP-5… (2.5 kW). RASP-3… (1. 45 Device fan RASP.FAN-S1 can be fitted for increased cooling on versions RASP-2… (0. On RASP-5… (2.2 kW) is +40 °C.FAN-S1 is not supplied with the RASP.2 kW) the required device fan is already fitted. The highest permissible ambient air temperature for RASP-5… (2. 127 .75 kW). 03:4 Device fan RASP-FAN-S1 M 03:3 4 F 1 2 3 4 0V 3 Figure 112: RASP-FAN-S1 Article no.7 lb-in) 4 x M4 x 10 220 g Figure 113: Installing RASP-FAN-S1 The device fan is fitted to the heat sink with the four supplied screws.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Accessories Accessories The device fan is temperature-controlled by the RASP through the M12 socket.

4 m. RJ 45 Connect RJ45 plug to the serial interface c. an RJ45 plug and a USB port.com/moeller • • • • Select Support Select Software Select M-Max frequency inverters from the list Download MaxConnect software. Configuration software MaxConnect is available for download from the Internet under: www. ON DIP 1 2 3 MaxConnect b ON 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 a c USB RJ 45 RJ 45 XMX-CBL-3M4-USB Figure 115: Connection cable PC-RASP RASP plug for cable screw gland a Functions. Connect the USB plug to a free USB port on the PC. The connection cable has a length of about 3. an interface converter with electrical isolation.Appendix 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Connection cable XMX-CBL-3M4-USB USB Connection cable XMX-CBL-3M4-USB allows communication and data exchange between RASP and a computer (PC).eaton. under the sealing screw of the RASP. dip switch b dip switch (currently without function) c Serial interface (RJ 45) For data transfer between PC and RASP the RASP must be supplied with mains voltage (400 V AC) and AS-Interface voltage (24 V DC) (UV and ASi LEDs lit green).: 153448 h Connection cable XMX-CBL-3M4-USB is not supplied with the RASP. 128 . For RASP version 40 or higher is required. Figure 114: XMX-CBL-3M4-USB Article no.

5 m long. article no. To connect the LCD keypad to the RASP you need a cable with a length of no more than 5 m and an RJ45 plug. article no.: 237154 BACK RESET OK LOC REM I Figure 116: RASP-KEY-S1 Article No.: 156644 Figure 118: Patch cord with RJ45 cable h Optional LCD keypad RASP-KEY-S1 is not supplied with the RASP.: 237146 • DNW-PC/0100/RJ45/RJ45/5E/CSUTP/GR/PV 1 m long.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Accessories Optional keypad RASP-KEY-S1 Standard connection cable (patch cord): • DNW-PC/0050/RJ45/RJ45/5E/CSUTP/GR/PV 0. article no.: 237147 • DNW-PC/0300/RJ45/RJ45/5E/CSUTP/GR/PV 3 m long. For data transfer between RASP-KEY-S1 and RASP the RASP must be supplied with mains voltage (400 V AC) and AS-Interface voltage (24 V DC) (UV and ASi LEDs lit green). With optional LCD keypad RASP-KEY-S1 you can configure the RASP’s parameters and view operational data. h The connection cable to the RASP is not supplied with LCD keypad RASP-KEY-S1. The Start and Stopp keys and the setpoint input have no function. Figure 117: RJ45 socket at the back of LCD keypad RASP-KEY-S1 129 .

Appendix 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Parameter lists The abbreviations used in the parameter lists have the following meaning: PNU ID RUN Parameter number Identification number of the parameter Access rights to the parameters during operation (RUN): / = Modification permissible. country specific 0 = EU 1 = USA 100 0 100 0 99 1 Designation Value range Page DS (P1.1 = 1) basic setting.3 1472 rw Default settings (FS).= Modification only possible in STOP Parameter read and write permissions via a fieldbus connection (BUS) ro = read only rw = read and write Default settings: Basis parameters (P1. Access right RUN ro/rw Parameter selection P1. ro/rw DS User setting Page PNU ID • WE (P1.1 = 1) h The table below lists all parameter in the RASP’s default (P1.2 540 rw Application 0 = FWD/REV/FF1/FF2 1 = FWD/FF1/FF2/FF3 2 = PM-Motor (not activated) P1.1 = 1) User setting 130 . .1 115 ✓ rw Parameter range 0 = Expert (extended parameter set) 1 = Basis (standard parameters) P1.1 = 1) Basis parameters User setting of the parameters Page reference for parameter description in this manual.

0 0.00 = 0.320.4 P6. control signal terminal 2) P6.3000.1 .500 V (h Motor rating plate) 30 .00 50.00 0.00 = 0.0 2.P6.6 P6.22 Motor P7.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Parameter lists PNU ID Access right RUN ro/rw Designation Value range Page DS (P1. rated speed Motor.0 0 99 3 Ie 1.1 .2 P7.2 x Ie … 2 x Ie 300 … 20000 min-1 (h motor rating plate) 0.1 .00 .00 131 .85 400 50.3000.P6.21 P6.acc2) Transition frequency (dec1 .00 Hz 0.5 x Ie 1440 0.1 . time-based waveform Acceleration time (acc2) Deceleration time (dec2) Transition frequency (acc1 .3 P6. power factor (cos ?) Motor. rated operating voltage Motor.6 113 107 112 120 110 111 rw rw rw rw rw rw Motor.00 = linear 0.2 117 ✓ rw Setpoint input 0 = FF0 (Fixed frequency) 1 = REF (operating unit) 3 = Potentiometer n0 (AI1.10.5 P6.P6.4 P7.3 P7.5 P7.0 s 0.01 .dec2) 0.3000.4 Hz P6.01 .00 103 1 0.9 P6.00 Hz = deactivated 0.1 P7.320 Hz (h Motor rating plate) 105 105 105 105 105 105 500 502 503 526 1334 ✓ ✓ rw rw rw rw rw S ramp.00 (h Motor rating plate) 180 .4 Hz 0.3000.0 s 0.00 5.2x Ie … 2 x Ie (h motor rating plate) 0.3 .0 10.00 Hz = deactivated 0.1 = 1) User setting Drives control P6.1.20 P6. rated operational current Current limitation Motor.7 101 102 103 104 505 rw rw rw rw rw Minimum frequency Maximum frequency Acceleration time (acc1) Deceleration time (dec1) Start function 0 = Acceleration time (ramp) 1 = Flying restart circuit P6. rated frequency 0.0 s = S-shaped 0.1 .4 Hz 103 104 104 104 104 0.8 506 rw Stop function 0 = Fee coasting 1 = Deceleration time (ramp) P6.19 P6.0 s 0.0 10.3 .0 s 101 102 102 102 103 0.

00 100.00 .00 30.4 Hz 0.5 .4 709 rw Blocking protection mechanism 0 = Deactivated 1 = Warning 2 = Error.00 50. mean frequency value U/f characteristic curve. stop according to P6.4 Hz 0.00 .4 P11.2 Hz 0.P11. stop according to P6.5 P10.9 P11.P11.P6.1 = 1) User setting Protective functions P8.00 20.4 Hz 0.3 703 rw Earth-fault protection 0 = Deactivated 1 = Warning 2 = Error.0 kHz 113 6.00 .40.10 601 522 rw rw Pulse frequency Pulse frequency. mean voltage value Output voltage at zero frequency Torque increase 0 = Deactivated 1 = active P11.P6.5 P11.00 % 110 110 111 111 111 111 50.00 50.P6.P6.00 15. characteristic 0 = linear 1 = quadratic 2 = parameterizable P11.4 Hz 108 108 108 108 108 108 108 108 5.00 25.00 .00 .3 P11.3 Hz 0.2 P11.4 Hz 0.00 0 109 0 .00 .0 0 111 0 30.320.16.00 10.4 Hz 0.8 124 105 106 126 127 128 129 130 ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw Fixed frequency FF0 Fixed frequency FF1 Fixed frequency FF2 Fixed frequency FF3 Fixed frequency FF4 Fixed frequency FF5 Fixed frequency FF6 Fixed frequency FF7 0.00 106 2 106 2 U/f characteristic curve P11.6 P11. stabilizer (sinusoidal filter) 0 = Deactivated 1 = active 132 1.4 Hz 0.P6.00 .5) 0.2 P10.00 .00 % of nominal motor voltage (P6.8 P8.Appendix 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN PNU ID Access right RUN ro/rw Designation Value range Page DS (P1.7 602 603 604 605 606 109 rw rw rw rw rw rw Cut-off frequency Output voltage U/f characteristic curve.7 P10.200.P6.00 .00 40.00 .00 .1 P10.00 Hz 10.1 108 rw U/f characteristic curve.00 0.3 P10.4 P10.6 P10.8 600 rw Control mode 0 = Frequency control (U/f) 1 = Speed control (vector) P11.00 100.00 .4 Hz 0.00 .P6.8 Fixed frequencies P10.P6.

20 1.7 P12. frequency limit value Close external brake.10 1448 1449 1450 1451 - rw rw rw rw Open external brake.320.00 Hz 0.P7.6 1447 rw Brake chopper.00 133 .11 1452 - rw 0.2 A 116 0.00 .00 .9 P12.8 P12.320 s 0.5 504 rw Brake chopper Parameter indication only for RASP with braking resistance 0 = Deactivated 1 = Active in RUN 2 = Active in RUN and STOP P12. current limit value 116 116 116 116 0.50 1. switching threshold Parameter indication only for RASP with braking resistance 0 – 911 V 0. frequency limit value on reversing (REV) Open external brake.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Parameter lists PNU ID Access right RUN ro/rw Designation Value range Page DS (P1.50 P12.00 .00 1.00 Hz 115 765 115 2 P12.00 .00 .00 Hz 0. frequency limit value Close external brake.1 = 1) User setting Braking P12.320. deceleration time Open external brake.320.

7 814 j rw Communication Timeout 118 0 S2.5 S3.00 0 1) Example: Display values dependent on version and performance class Communication S2.6 827 828 829 840 841 842 ro ro ro ro ro ro MWh counter Operating days Operating hours RUN counter. days RUN counter. no a 2 Stop bits 1 = Even. hours FLT counter 118 118 118 118 118 118 0.41) 809 810 811 j j j rw rw rw Field bus protocol Station address Baud rate 117 117 117 1 1 5 1) For RASP internal communication only.00 0 0 0 0 0 134 .2 S3.999) 0 = FB disabled 1 = Modbus RTU 1 .64) yyy = number of correct messages (0 . revision System load (144)1) (3)1) (1)1) (113)1) (9002) (102.31) S2.2 S1.3 S1.11) 808 ro Communication status In xx.1 MWh d H d H 118 0 S2.and Software Information S1.7 2314 835 2315 834 837 838 839 ro ro ro ro ro ro ro API SW ID API SW Version Power SW ID Power SW Version Application ID Application.1 S1.4 S1.1 S3.21) S2.6 S1.255 0 = 300 1 = 600 2 = 1200 3 = 2400 4 = 4800 5 = 9600 6 = 19200 7 = 38400 8 = 57600 117 0.4 S3.1 = 1) User setting System parameters Hard.33)1) (80 %)1) 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 0 0 0 0 0 0.8 815 j rw Reset communication status 118 0 Unit counter S3.3 S3.Appendix 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN PNU ID Access right RUN ro/rw Designation Value range Page DS (P1. a 1 Stop bit 2 = Odd a 1 Stop bit 0 = not used 1=1s 2=2s …255 = to 255 s 0 = not used 1 = resets parameter S2.yyy format xx = Number of error messages (0 .00 S2. S2.5 S1.6 813 j rw Parity type 0 = None.

21 M1.1 M1. DI2 = 10.3 832 ✓ rw Password 0000 = Deactivated 0001 .5 M1.00 0.0 0 0 0 0.10 M1.0 0.6 M1. DI5.0 0 0 0 % (potentiometer n0) DI1 = 100. DI6 (AS-Interface DQ2-DQ3) Digital output RO1.1 = 1) User setting User Set S4.4 M1.7 M1.00 0 0.00 0. DO = 1 (0-1-10-11-100-101-110-111) n °C M1.8 M1.16 1 25 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 13 15 16 17 ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro Output frequency Frequency setpoint value Motor shaft speed Motor current Motor torque Motor rating Motor Voltage Intermediate DC voltage circuit Unit temperature Motor temperature Analog input AI1 Digital input DI1.0 0. DI3 = 1 (0-1-10-11-100-101-110-111) DI4 = 100.22 1480 1999 - ro ro 120 120 0 0 135 .2 M1.11 M1. DI3 (AS-Interface output DQ0-DQ1) Digital input DI4.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Parameter lists PNU ID Access right RUN ro/rw Designation Value range Page DS (P1. DO (AS-Interface input DI0-DI1) Counter.15 M1.15 118 118 7 0 118 0000 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 (calculated value) 119 119 119 119 120 0. RO2.3 M1. DI6 = 1 (0-1-10-11-100-101-110-111) RO1 = 100.14 M1.9 M1. DI2. rpm) A % (calculated value) % (calculated value) V V oC oC 0 .1 S4. RO2 = 10.9999 = Password Display values M1. DI5 = 10. digital output RASP device unit temperature Hz Hz rpm (calculated value.2 830 831 ✓ rw rw Display contrast (external keypad) Default settings (WE) 0 = keep current settings 1 = clears all values and default settings S4.

= Modification only possible in STOP Parameter read and write permissions via a fieldbus connection (BUS) ro = read only rw = read and write Default settings: h The table below lists all parameters of the RASP. . Cross-reference to the parameter description in manual MN040200Z for frequency inverter M-MaxTM.3 1472 rw Default settings (FS). The RASP’s Expert mode parameters are listed in the following sections. ro/rw DS User setting Page hi PNU • WE (P1.Appendix 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Experts parameters (P1.1 = 0) experts parameters User setting of the parameters Page reference for parameter description in this manual.1 = 0) User setting 136 .1 115 ✓ rw Parameter range 0 = Expert (extended parameter set) 1 = Basic (Standard parameter) P1.1 = 0) PNU ID RUN Parameter number Identification number of the parameter Access rights to the parameters during operation (RUN): / = Modification permissible. ID Access right Designation RUN Parameter selection P1. country specific 0 = EU 1 = USA 100 0 100 0 99 1h0 ro/rw Value range Page DS (P1. This parameter list is intended only for trained specialists.2 540 rw Application 0 = FWD/REV/FF1/FF2 1 = FWD/FF1/FF2/FF3 2 = PM-Motor (not activated) P1.

65535 hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi 85 hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi 2 0 0 0 0 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 hi 1 hi 3 137 .4 P3. DI2 (Stop pulse) 3 = DI1 (FWD). binary value B1 Fixed frequency.2 like P3. Program start Sequence control.2 like P3.2 like P3.24 P3.6 P3.30 404 412 405 406 407 419 420 421 1402 1403 1404 1408 1409 1410 1411 1412 1413 1414 1416 1417 ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw Start signal (REV) Reversing (change of direction of the field of rotation) External fault (N/O) External fault (N/C) Start enable (RUN) Fixed frequency.3 P3.2 like P3. binary value B0 Fixed frequency.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Parameter lists PNU ID Access right RUN ro/rw Designation Value range Page DS (P1.1 300 ✓ rw Start/stop logic 0 = DI1 (FWD). binary value B2 Acceleration-/ Switch deceleration time Acceleration-/ Stop deceleration time Block parameters Sequence control.2 like P3. output signal 2 like P3.2 0 . reset Change control level Change setpoint source (I/ O) Second parameter set Meter. DI2 (REV) P3.2 403 ✓ rw Start signal (FWD) 0 = Deactivated 1 = activated via DQ1 (=DI1) 2 = activated via DQ2 (= DI2) 3 = activated via DQ3 (= DI3) 4 = activated via DQ4 (= DI4) 5 = Do not use.11 P3.29 P3.27 P3.1 = 0) User setting Digital input P3.16 P3.17 P3. Program pause Counter.9 P3.10 P3.8 P3.26 P3.15 P3.5 P3.65535 0 .2 like P3.2 like P3. (Reset) 6 = 24 DC monitoring of the AS-Interface (M12 plug) P3. REAF 1 = DI1 (FWD) + DI2 = REV 2 = DI1 (Start pulse).2 like P3.23 P3.2 like P3.2 like P3.2 like P3. DI2 (REV).2 like P3.2 like P3.2 like P3.2 like P3. output signal 1 Meter.22 P3. digital input Counter.2 like P3.21 P3.2 like P3.25 P3.

value 1 reached 20 = Counter.1 P5.2 P5. single step completed 17 = Sequence control. pause 19 = Counter.31 do not change do not use hi hi hi hi hi 0 0 0 0 0 Digital output P5.31 Like P3.31 Like P3.1 = 0) User setting P3.34 P3.31 1418 ✓ DI1 logic (actuation DQ1) 0 = N/O 1 = N/C hi 0 P3.3 313 314 312 ✓ ✓ ✓ rw rw rw 0 = Deactivated 0 = Deactivated hi hi 116 0 = Deactivated 1 = Ready to start (READY) 2 = Operation (RUN) 3 = Error message (FAULT) 4 = Error message inverted 5 = Warning (ALARM) 6 = Reversing (FWD n REV) 7 = Frequency reference value reached 8 = Motor controller active 9 = Zero frequency 10 = Frequency monitoring 1 11 = Frequency monitoring 2 12 = overtemperature control 13 = Overcurrent control active 14 = Overvoltage control active 15 = Sequence control active 16 = Sequence control.36 1419 1420 1421 1422 1423 ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ rw rw rw rw rw DI2 logic (actuation DQ2) DI3-logic (actuation DQ3) DI4-logic (actuation DQ4) DI5 logic (Reset) DI6-logic (without function) RO1-signal (not used) RO2 signal (reserved for heating) DO signal (digital output) Like P3.Appendix 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN PNU ID Access right RUN ro/rw rw Designation Value range Page DS (P1.35 P3. program cycle completed 18 = Sequence control.33 P3.32 P3. value 2 reached 21 = RUN message active 22 = External brake actuated 23 = Deactivated 24 = Deactivated 25 = Deactivated 26 = External brake actuated 27 = Current monitoring 28 = Deactivated 29 = Frequency Special Monitor 0 0 26 138 .

00 s 103 hi 0.0 0.320.00 .320.00 0.1 .13 1459 1460 ✓ ✓ rw rw DO switch-on delay DO off-delay 0.3 .00 .2 117 ✓ rw Setpoint input 0 = FF0 (Fixed frequency) 1 = REF (operating unit) (AI1.320.6 P6. setpoint value (2PS) Current monitoring.7 101 102 103 104 505 rw rw rw rw rw Minimum frequency Maximum frequency Acceleration time (acc1) Deceleration time (dec1) Start function 0 = Acceleration time (ramp) 1 = Flying restart circuit P6.320.00 50.P6.00 .00 .4 P6. setpoint value Frequency monitoring 0.4 315 ✓ Frequency monitoring 0 = Deactivated 1 = Minimum 2 = Maximum hi 0 P5.3000.1 = 0) User setting P5.00 Hz 116 hi 0.1 125 ✓ rw Control level 1 = I/O (control signal terminal) AS-Interface outputs DQ0-DQ3 2 = KEYPAD (External keypad) P6.00 s 0.5 P6.9 347 1457 1458 ✓ ✓ ✓ rw rw rw Frequency monitoring.0 2.6 316 346 ✓ ✓ rw rw Frequency monitoring.50 103 1 0.00 Hz 0.12 P5.3000. Wait time before an automatic restart 0.3 P6.0 0 101 3 hi 1 139 .8 P5.1 .0 s 102 102 102 102 103 0.00 0.8 506 rw Stop function 0 = Fee coasting 1 = Deceleration time (ramp) P6.7 P5.Ie A 116 hi hi 0 0.00 = linear 0.00 Hz 0.10 .00 .5 P5.1 .9 P6.10.4 Hz P6.00 s 116 116 0. setpoint value DO Logic 0 = N/O 1 = N/C P5.00 Drives control P6.10.0 s 0.0 s (S-shaped) 0.10 500 717 rw rw S ramp.00 0.00 5. control signal terminal 2) 3 = potentiometer n0 P6.320.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Parameter lists PNU ID Access right RUN ro/rw rw Designation Value range Page DS (P1.00 0 0 = Deactivated 1 = minimum value 2 = maximum value P5. time-based waveform REAF.00 .

28 P6.P6.1 = 0) User setting P6.1 Like P6.01 .11 P6. Test time before an automatic restart REAF.3000. lower value Frequency jump 1.2 0.4 Hz hi 0. upper value Frequency jump 2.4 Hz hi hi 104 104 104 104 hi 3 2 10.P6.20 P6. upper value Frequency jump 3.27 P6.17 P6.29 P6.4 Hz 0. external operating unit (KEYPAD) Stop pushbutton 0 = Deactivated 1 = active P6.00 0.00 = deactivated 0.23 1427 1428 502 503 526 1334 1429 ✓ ✓ rw rw rw rw rw rw rw Control level (2PS) Setpoint input (2PS) Acceleration time (acc2) Deceleration time (dec2) Transition frequency (acc1 .P6.00 3 1 Like P6.7 P6.19 P6.00 hi 0 P6.13 731 rw REAF.22 P6.26 P6.01 .P6.acc2) Transition frequency (dec1 .P6.00 = deactivated 0.24 P6.00 = deactivated 0.10 0 = Deactivated 1 = active hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi 0.P6. lower value Frequency jump 3.00 s hi hi 30. number of automa-tic restarts Ramp extension 0.00 = deactivated 0.01 .00 = deactivated 0.00 0.P6.01 .12 718 719 - REAF.dec2) REV blocked 0 = Deactivated 1 = active P6.30 P6.01 . lower value Frequency jump 2.4 Hz 0.00 = deactivated 0. automatic restart after an error message 0 = Deactivated 1 = active P6.00 0.00 .P6.00 0.0 10. Start function with automatic restart 0.P6.00 = deactivated 0.Appendix 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN PNU ID Access right RUN ro/rw rw rw Designation Value range Page DS (P1.34 509 510 511 512 513 514 759 1998 rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw Frequency jump 1.0 s 0.01 .4 Hz 0.3000.4 Hz 1 .01 .4 .00 0.21 P6.0 0.16 1474 - rw hi 0 140 .00 0 -P6.01 .18 P6.1 .4 Hz 0.60.0 s 0.1 .15 184 rw REF Setpoint input.00 0.4 Hz 0.00 0 0 = Acceleration time (ramp) 1 = Flying restart circuit 2 = according to P6. upper value REAF.4 Hz 0.00 = deactivated 0.25 P6.

0 % hi hi hi hi hi 40 40 45 50.3 703 rw Earth-fault protection 0 = Deactivated 1 = Warning 2 = Error. load curve at rated frequency Underload. cooling factor at zero frequency Motor.5 x Ie 1440 0. ambient air temperature Motor.200 min 10.4 P7.150 % 1 .8 P8.5 P7.2x Ie … 2 x Ie (h Motor rating plate) 0.0 % 10.0 .13 705 706 707 714 715 rw rw rw rw rw Motor.8 P8.0 10.4 709 rw Blocking protection mechanism 0 = Deactivated 1 = Warning 2 = Error. temperature protection 0 = Deactivated 1 = Warning 2 = Error.2x Ie … 2 x Ie 105 105 105 105 105 105 Ie 1.6 704 rw Motor.85 400 50.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Parameter lists PNU ID Access right RUN ro/rw Designation Value range Page DS (P1. power factor (cos ? ) Motor. rated frequency 0.6 113 107 112 120 110 111 rw rw rw rw rw rw Motor. rated operational current Current limitation Motor.0 .0 .0 hi 2 hi 2 106 2 106 2 141 .500 V (h Motor rating plate) 30 . thermal time constant Underload.1 P7.00 (h Motor rating plate) 180 .+100 oC 0.320 Hz (h Motor rating plate) Protective functions P8.12 P8.3 P7. load curve at frequency = 0 -20 .3 .2 P7.1.150.8 P8. stop according to P6.1 = 0) User setting Motor P7.9 P8. rated speed Motor. rated operating voltage Motor.150.7 P8.5 713 rw Underload protection 0 = Deactivated 1 = Warning 2 = Error.8 P8.8 P8.00 300 … 20000 min-1 (h Motor rating plate) 0. stop according to P6. stop according to P6. stop according to P6.

4 Hz 0.00 .10000 s hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.8 P10.15 P10.P6.4 P10.10000 s 0 .4 Hz 0.7 P10.P6.4 Hz 0.P6. program FWD/REV Set time for FF0 Set time for FF1 Set time for FF2 Set time for FF3 Set time for FF4 Set time for FF5 Set time for FF6 Set time for FF7 0 .16 P10.6 P10.00 .10000 s 0 .P6.1 P10.00 .17 P10. step by step 4 = Program cycle.00 20.00 15.255 0 .00 .00 0 142 .00 30.00 .13 P10.P6.00 40.00 .14 P10.9 124 105 106 126 127 128 129 130 1436 ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw Fixed frequency FF0 Fixed frequency FF1 Fixed frequency FF2 Fixed frequency FF3 Fixed frequency FF4 Fixed frequency FF5 Fixed frequency FF6 Fixed frequency FF7 Sequence control 0 = Deactivated 1 = Program cycle. continuous and step by step P10.00 25.4 Hz 0. once 2 = Program cycle.12 P10. continuous 3 = Program cycle.10000 s 0 .P6.11 P10.18 1437 1438 1439 1440 1441 1442 1443 1444 1445 ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw Sequence control.1 = 0) User setting Fixed frequencies P10.4 Hz 0.P6.5 P10.3 P10.00 10.10000 s 0 .00 50.00 .4 Hz 0.P6.Appendix 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN PNU ID Access right RUN ro/rw Designation Value range Page DS (P1.4 Hz 108 108 108 108 108 108 108 108 hi 5.10000 s 0 .10000 s 0 .10 P10.00 .10000 s 0 .4 Hz 0.2 P10.

2 P11.00 s hi 115 0.4 P11.00 50.00 % of nominal motor voltage (P6.50 P12. start frequency during delay ramp DC braking.00 .00 .2 P12. stabilizer (sinusoidal filter) 0 = Deactivated 1 = active Braking P12.10.00 100.00 s 0. deceleration time Open external brake.6 P11.7 P12.P11.10 601 522 rw rw Pulse frequency Pulse frequency.40.5 .00 .320 s 0.600.4 508 - rw 0.5 P11.00 . current DC braking.00 .320.00 .P11.0 0 111 0 30.1 = 0) User setting U/f characteristic curve P11.00 P12.00 1.00 .00 % 110 110 111 111 111 111 50. mean frequency value V/f characteristic curve.00 0.2 Hz 0.8 1448 1449 - rw rw 116 116 0.3 P11.00 Hz hi hi hi Ie 0.20 1. braking time in case of STOP Brake chopper 1.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Parameter lists PNU ID Access right RUN ro/rw Designation Value range Page DS (P1.200.16. frequency limit value Parameter display only RASP with braking resistance 0 .00 100. characteristic curve 0 = linear 1 = quadratic 2 = parameterizable P11.7 602 603 604 605 606 109 rw rw rw rw rw rw Cut-off frequency Output voltage U/f characteristic curve. switching threshold Open external brake.6 1447 - rw Brake chopper.00 Hz 115 765 P12.3 507 516 515 rw rw rw DC braking. dependent on Ie 0.00 .00 .50 143 .1 P12. braking time at start DC braking.5) 0.00 .9 P11.911 V 0.3 Hz 0.0 kHz 113 6.5 504 - rw Parameter display only RASP with braking resistance 0 = Deactivated 1 = Active in RUN 2 = Active in RUN and STOP 2 P12.1 108 rw U/f characteristic curve.600.8 600 rw Control mode 0 = Frequency control (U/f) 1 = Speed control (vector) P11. mean voltage value Output voltage at zero frequency Torque increase 0 = Deactivated 1 = active P11.320.00 0 109 0 A.00 Hz 10.

frequency limit value Close external brake.320.0 .00 50.13 P14.00 (h Motor rating plate) 180 . acc3) Deceleration time (2PS.3000 s 144 .2x Ie … 2 x Ie A hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi 0 = linear 1 = quadratic 2 = parameterizable P14.7 P14.2 A 116 0.3000 s 0.50 P12. frequency limit value on reversing (REV) Open external brake.P14.00 .8 Hz P14.10 1450 1451 - Close external brake.11 1452 - rw 0.320.00 Hz 116 116 1.14 P14.P7.10 P14. temperature protection Motor (2PS).12 1354 rw Torque increase (2PS) 0 = Deactivated 1 = activated P14. rated frequency Minimum frequency (2PS) Maximum frequency (2PS) Acceleration time (2PS.1 P14.4 P14.5 x Ie 1440 0.+100 oC 0.3 .16 1353 1469 1470 1471 rw rw rw rw Motor (2PS).1.7 .9 P12.1 . ambient air temperature Motor (2PS).00 .1 = 0) User setting P12. cooling factor at zero frequency Motor (2PS). rated operating voltage Motor (2PS).8 P14.00 Second parameter set P14.00 .9 P14.2 P14.200 min hi hi hi hi 0 40 40.00 1.6 P14.00 0.150 % 1 .15 P14.3 P14.0 45 hi 0 Ie 1.500 V (h Motor rating plate) 30 .00 . rated operational current Current limit (2PS) Motor (2PS) nominal speed Motor (2PS).11 1347 1352 1350 1351 1348 1349 1343 1344 1345 1346 1355 rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw rw 0.2x Ie … 2 x Ie A (h Motor rating plate) 0. dec3) U/f characteristic curve (2PS).320 Hz 0.00 Hz 0.85 400 50.0 3. characteristic 0. thermal time constant Like P8.1 -20 .00 3. current limit value Motor (2PS).Appendix 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN PNU ID Access right RUN ro/rw rw rw Designation Value range Page DS (P1.5 P14.0 0 300 … 20000 rpm (min-1) (h Motor rating plate) 0.320 Hz (h Motor rating plate) 0.1 . Power factor (cos ?) Motor (2PS).

00 0 0 0 0 0 145 .4 S1.and Software Information S1.3 S1.yyy format xx = Number of error messages (0 .1 S1.6 S1.4 S3.2 S1.41) 809 810 811 j j j rw rw rw Field bus protocol Station address Baud rate 117 117 117 1 1 5 1) For RASP internal communication only. a 1 Stop bit 2 = Odd a 1 Stop bit 0 = not used 1=1s 2=2s …255 = to 255 s 0 = not used 1 = resets parameter S2.31) S2.6 827 828 829 840 841 842 ro ro ro ro ro ro 118 118 118 118 118 118 0.999) 0 = FB disabled 1 = Modbus RTU 1 .6 813 j rw Parity type 118 0 S2.00 S2.5 S1.33 80 % 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 0 0 0 0 0 0.7 S2.11) 2314 835 2315 834 837 838 839 ro ro ro ro ro ro ro API SW ID API SW Version Power SW ID Power SW Version Application ID Application.1 = 0) User setting System parameters Hard.8 815 j rw Reset communication status MWh counter Operating days Operating hours RUN counter.64) yyy = number of correct messages (0 . days RUN counter. hours FLT counter 118 0 Unit counter S3.3 S3.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Parameter lists PNU ID Access right RUN ro/rw Designation Value range Page DS (P1. S2.1 S3.00 0 Communication 808 ro Communication status In xx.21) S2.1 MWh d H d H 117 0. revision System load 62 65534 0 253 9002 655.7 814 j rw Communication Timeout 118 0 S2.5 S3.255 0 = 300 1 = 600 2 = 1200 3 = 2400 4 = 4800 5 = 9600 6 = 19200 7 = 38400 8 = 57600 0 = None.2 S3. no a 2 Stop bits 1 = Even.

Appendix 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN PNU ID Access right RUN ro/rw Designation Value range Page DS (P1.1 = 0) User setting User Set S4.3 832 ✓ rw Password 0000 = Deactivated 0001 .9999 = Password 118 0000 0 .1 S4.2 830 831 ✓ rw rw Display contrast (external keypad) Default settings (WE) 0 = keep current settings 1 = clears all values and default settings S4.15 118 118 7 0 146 .

4 M1.09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Parameter lists PNU ID Access right RUN ro/rw Designation Value range Page DS (P1. DI3 (AS-Interface output DQ0DQ1) Digital input DI4.8 M1. DI5. DO (AS-Interface input DI0DI1) Counter.11 M1. digital output RASP device unit temperature Hz Hz rpm (calculated value.9 M1.00 0.21 M1.1 M1.5 M1.15 M1.22 1480 1999 - ro ro n °C 120 120 0 0 147 . DI2 = 10.0 0.0 0.00 0.16 16 17 - ro ro 119 120 0 0 M1. RO2.0 0 % (potentiometer n0) DI1 = 100. DI6 (AS-Interface DQ2-DQ3) Digital output RO1. DI2. RO2 = 10.2 M1.7 M1. DI6 = 1 (0-1-10-11-100-101-110-111) RO1 = 100. DO = 1 (0-1-10-11-100-101-110-111) M1.14 1 25 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 13 15 ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro ro Output frequency Frequency setpoint value Motor shaft speed Motor current Motor torque Motor rating Motor Voltage Intermediate DC voltage circuit Unit temperature Motor temperature Analog input AI1 Digital input DI1.10 M1.6 M1.0 0 0 0 0. rpm) A % (calculated value) % (calculated value) V V oC oC (calculated value) 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 0.1 = 0) User setting Display values M1. DI3 = 1 (0-1-10-11-100-101-110-111) DI4 = 100.3 M1. DI5 = 10.00 0 0.

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. .parameterizable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .quadratic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Commutating choke. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Access right RUN .linear . . . . . . . . . . . . 127 DOL starter RAMO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0) . 28 End-pieces and lead-throughs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 -Measures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Commissioning the drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 Diagnostics RASP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Commissioning Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . flexible busbar . . . . 126 RASP speed controllers (with device fan) . . . . . 122 Ambient air temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . flexible busbar . . . . . . . . . 29 Data decoupling . . . . . . . . . 17 Extension cable RA-XM12-1M . . . . . . 39 Horizontal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Arrangement horizontal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Actuation of speed control unit RASP . . . . 42 Connections in power section (RASP) . . 125 Direction reversal RASP (speed control unit) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Display unit . . . . . . . . . . 129 Data transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Index A Abbreviations and symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RA-SP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 Current consumption . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Cable protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127 RASP-FAN-S1 . 61 RASP (Speed Control Unit) . . . . . . . . . . . 98 Accessing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 Alarm messages . . 20 Block diagram RAMO-D… . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128 Connections On RAMO . . . . . 39 Vertical. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126 RASP speed controllers (with manual override switch) 126 reversing starter RAMO (with Manual override switch) . . . .. . . . . . . . . 81 Error Messages . . . 20 without manual override switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Control commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121 Exclusion of liability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Braking (P12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 AS-Interface® diagnostics RASP (Speed Control Unit) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 On the RASP . . . 52 Cable cross-sections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128 Connection cable XMX-CBL-3M4-USB . . . . . 121. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125 RASP speed controllers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 D Data bus . . . . . 81 AS-Interface® flat band conductor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109 Circuit type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 RASP. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83 Connection cable PC-RASP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128 Data exchange between RASP-KEY-S1 and RASP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16. . 109 U/f . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Automatic deceleration time extension on RASP . . . 52 Calculating cable length (power bus) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Adjust dip switch RASP (Speed Control Unit) . . . . 26 Characteristic curve U/f . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 EMC -Guidelines . . . . 118 Designation RAMO (Motor Control Unit) . . . . . . . . . 24 Configurate the sensor inputs I3 + I4 RAMO (Motor Control Unit) . . . . . . . . 101 Electrical power network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122 Error handling. . . . . . 85 AC-voltage system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 Drives control (P6) . . . . . . . . . 73 Device fan Installing . . see main choke . . . . 42 Equipment supplied . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109 U/f . . . . . 25 Cable routing in cable duct . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 Connections flexible busbar junction . . . . . . . 42 Cycle Time . . . . . . . . . 114 Branch M12 . . . . . . . . . center fixing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . center fixing . . . . . . . . . 9 Error codes . . . . . . . . . 29 Data cable . . . . . . . 64 RAMO-W… . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Coding. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 vertical . . . . . 39 AS-Interface diagnostics RAMO (Motor Control Unit) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 Dimensions device fan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 Current monitoring RAMO (Motor Control Unit) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Base with manual override switch . . . 29 DC link capacitors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69 RASP (Speed Control Unit) . . . . . . . 29 Data exchange between PC and RASP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Current lower limit RAMO (Motor Control Unit) . . . 18 Default settings Restore parameter . . . 52 149 B C E . . . . 127 Diagnostic status via AS-Interface® read-out (RA-MO from version 3. . . . . . . . . 68 Cutting to length. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .61 RASP (Speed Control Unit) . . . .46 F Fault log (FLT) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 RAMO (Motor Control Unit) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 P10 (Fixed frequency setpoint value) . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 P7 (Motor) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 Load Torque . . . . 94 Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Motor starter RAMO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 Operational safety of plug-in connectors . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . 23 Maintenance and inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Mounting end piece . . . . . . 52 flexible busbar .13 KEYPAD . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Motor Selection . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . .29 Hotline . . . . . . .-C32R. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Mains cable insulation . . . . . . . 13 N O P K L 150 . . 29 Menu level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 Parameter group P1 (Parameter selection) . . 18 Manual control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RASP (Speed Control Unit) . . . . . . 59 Manual mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136 Parameter setting with PC and software MaxConnect . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30 Let-through energy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Parameter levels . . 12 Part no. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27. . . . . . . . . . . 95 Menu navigation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 RAMO-WA. . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Main choke . . . . . . . . . . . . . .107 Fixing with screws . . 33 parameter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 RAMO-W. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42 Installation instructions . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105 Motor cable . . . . . . . . . . . .-C310. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 Incoming supply 400 V AC . .Index 09/11 MN03406003Z-EN External brake . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114 P6 (Drives control) . 129 Parallel operation Multiple motors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . .1 = 1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 M H I Magnet system . . . . . .122 FAZ-3-B20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 Idle power compensation devices . . . ..20 RASP-. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38 Functional earth on RASP . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . .12 RASP (Speed Control Unit) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Motor insulation . . . . . . . . .81 Fixed frequency setpoint value (P10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38 Flat band conductor . 35 Master .94 Leakage Current . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 Features RAMO (Motor Control Unit) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37 Instance . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Optional keypad RASP-KEY-S1 . . . . . . . . . interlocked RASP (speed control unit) . . . . . . .53 Key to part numbers RAMO (Motor Control Unit) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS-Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 LED RAMO (Motor Control Unit) . . . . . . . . .73 Fixed frequencies . . . .26 Installation Round cable junction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 Operational data indicator . . . . . 61 Mounting Data bus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L-C320. . . . . . . . . . 28 Mains voltage . . . . . . . . .78 Length Cable between PSU and head station . . . . .20 Instructional leaflet . . . . .5 Insulation resistance . . . . . . . . . . .53 Insulation tests . . . . . . . .-C320. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Mains contactor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107 P11 (U/f-characteristic curve) . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Network structure. . . 66 RASP (Speed Control Unit) . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . .51 Fuses and cable cross-sections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Nameplate data . . . . . . . . 89 Part no RAMO (Motor Control Unit) . .. . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103 Motor (P7) . . . . . . . 105 P8 (Protective functions) . . . . . . . . . . .25 Hazard warnings Operational . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .66 LED indicators RASP (Speed Control Unit) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . 130 Expert parameters (P1.56 Head station . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109 P12 (Braking) . . . . . . . .0-C320. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29 Free space . . . . 95 Parameter list Basic parameters (P1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 RAMO-D.9 Instructional leaflet IL03406019Z and IL03406020Z . . . . . . 95 Motor flying restart circuit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 RASP-. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 = 0) . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30 Data cable AS-Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . .. . . 29 Operating unit . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Motor cable insulation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Use of main chokes . . . . . . . . . 10. . . . . . 10 Ratings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Start signal . 28 Voltage balance . . . . 16 Sensor inputs RAMO (Motor Control Unit) . . . . . . 42 RUN mode . . . . . . . . . . . 69 RASP (Speed Control Unit) . . . . . . 14 RA-XM12-1M. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 U V W R S 151 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Utilization category AC-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 RASP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Status display . . . . . . . . . . 41 Power Extender . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Thermistor and motor cable monitoring RASP (speed control unit) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Voltage Drop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109 Units . . . . . . 25 Selection criteria RAMO and RASP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113 Q Quick stop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 Supply voltage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 Starting torque . . 98 Safety and switching . . . . 41 System overview . . . 26. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Residual current device see Residual current device Round cable junction . . 27 Residual current device (RCD) . . . . . . . 33 Specific technical data RAMO (Motor Control Unit) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 U/f-characteristic curve (P11) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117 T THD (Total Harmonic Distortion) . . . . 22 RAMO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83 Radio interference possible . . . . maximum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 Total harmonic distortion (THD) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123 Short-circuit current. . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Quick stop and interlocked manual mode RAMO (Motor Control Unit) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Power supply systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Pin assignment Ribbon cable junction RA-C1-VP-PLF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Plain text display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 RASP speed controllers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS-Interface branch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Slip . 27. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 RASP (Speed Control Unit) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118 Patch cord . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Pulse frequency . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Setpoint input . . . . . 17 Power terminals . . 75 speed controller RASP (Speed Control Unit) . . . . . . . . 17 Protective functions (P8) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Writing conventions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69 RASP (Speed Control Unit) . . . . . . . . 52 Residual Current Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Round cable junction RA-C2-S1-4 . 70 Piercing pins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 motor starter RAMO (Motor Control Unit) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Tripping currents . . 16. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Power supply . . . . . . . . .09/11 MN03406003Z-EN Index Password . 95 Power box RA-C4-PB65 . . . . . . . . . 83 Serial number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 position . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Rapid Link modules . . . . . 22 Proper use . . 8 System parameter . 73 Rating plate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Power bus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129 Phase reversal switch RAMO (motor control unit) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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