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HV9000 AF DRIVES
SERIES B
User Manual
HVBasic Application Manual

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HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL


This manual provides you with the
information necessary to install, startup and
operate a Cutler-Hammer HV9000 drive.

We recommend that you read this manual


carefully. At minimum the following 10 steps
of the Quick Start Guide must be done during
installation and startup.

QUICK START GUIDE


1. Check the equipment received
compared to what you have ordered as
shown in chapter 3.

7. For instructions on how to use the


Multiline Display Control Panel refer to
chapter 7.

2. Before doing any startup actions


carefully read the safety instructions in
chapter 1.

8. The HV Basic application has only 18


parameters in addition to the motor and
drive nameplate rating data, input
supply voltage and type, and the two
password parameters. All of these have
default values. To ensure proper
operation, verify the nameplate data of
both the motor and the HV9000.

3. Before mechanical installation, check


the minimum clearances around the
unit and verify that ambient conditions
will meet the requirements listed in
section 5.2 and Table 4.3-1
Specifications.
4. Check the size of the motor cable, the
utility cable and the fuses. Verify the
tightness of the cable connections as
detailed in sections 6.1.1, 6.1.2 and
6.1.3.
5. Follow the installation instructions in
section 6.1.4.
6. Control cable sizes and grounding
systems are explained in section 6.2.
The signal configuration for the HV
Basic application is shown in chapter
10.

Nominal voltage of the motor.


Nominal Frequency of the motor.
Nominal speed of the motor.
Input Amp limit of the drive (drive
current rating).
Output amp limit of the drive.
Input supply voltage and type to the
drive.
9. Follow the startup instructions in
chapter 8.
10. Your Cutler-Hammer HV9000 is now
ready for use.

Remember to connect the common


terminals CMA and CMB of the digital
input groups as shown in Figure 10.2-1

Cutler-Hammer is not responsible for the use


of the HV9000 differently than noted in these
instructions.

If any problem occurs, please call the


telephone number listed on the back of this
manual for assistance.

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HV9000

Contents

SAFETY

1.1

Warnings

1.2

Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . 3

1.3

Grounding & ground fault


protection
3
Running the motor initial
operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

1.4

................. 2

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6.2
6.2.1
6.2.2

Control connections . . . . . . . . . . 46
Control cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Galvanic isolation barriers . . . . . 46

6.2.3

Digital input function inversion . . 47

CONTROL PANEL

7.1

Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48

48

EU DIRECTIVE

7.2

Control panel operation . . . . . . . 50

2.1

CE label . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

7.3

Monitoring menu M1 . . . . . . . 52

2.2
2.2.1
2.2.2
2.2.3

EMC directive . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Technical criteria
..........
HV9000 EMC levels . . . . . . . . .

4
4
4
4

7.4

Parameter group menu M2 . . 54

7.5

Reference menu M3 . . . . . . . 55

7.6

Buttons menu M4 . . . . . . . . . 55

7.7

Active faults menu M5 . . . . . . 56

RECEIVING

7.8

Fault history menu M6 . . . . . . 56

3.1

7.9

Contrast menu M7 . . . . . . . . . 57

7.10

Operating menu M8 . . . . . . . 58

3.2

HV9000 nameplate and catalog


number description . . . . . . . . . . 5
Storing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

7.11

Active warning display . . . . . . . . 60

3.3

Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

TECHNICAL DATA

STARTUP

4.1

General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

8.1

Safety precautions . . . . . . . . . . . 61

4.2

Power ratings . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
208-480V Compact NEMA 1 .
208V Drives . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
230V Drives . . . . . . . . . . . . .
480V Drives . . . . . . . . . . . . .
575V Drives . . . . . . . . . . . . .

8.2

Sequence of operation . . . . . . . . 61

FAULT TRACING

63

10

HVBasic APPLICATION

65

10.1

General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65

10.2

Control connections . . . . . . . . . . 65

10.3

Control I/O signal logic . . . . . . . . 66

4.3

7
8
8
9
10
12
14

Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

INSTALLATION

17

5.1

Ambient conditions . . . . . . . . . . 17

5.2

Cooling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

5.3

Mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

WIRING

6.1
6.1.1
6.1.2
6.1.3
6.1.4

Power connections . . . . . . . . . . 26
Utility cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Motor cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Control cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Installation instructions . . . . . . . 28
6.1.4.1 Cable selection & installation
for UL listing . . . . . . . . . 30
Cable & motor insulation
checks
46

6.1.5

23

10.4 G1 HVBasic parameters . . . . . .


10.4.1 G1 HVBasic parameter
descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10.5 G2 HVBasic communication
parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10.5.1 G2 HVBasic communication
parameter descriptions . . . . . . . .
10.6 Motor protection functions
in HVBasic Operation . . . . . . . . .

61

67
68
78
78
79

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SAFETY

HV9000

1 SAFETY

1
!
1.1

ONLY A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN CAN


CARRY OUT THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

Warnings

Internal components and circuit boards (except the isolated I/O terminals)
are at utility potential when the HV9000 drive is connected to the line. This
voltage is extremely dangerous and may cause death or severe injury if you
come in contact with it.

When the HV9000 drive is connected to the utility, the motor connections U
(T1), V (T2), W (T3) and DC-link/brake resistor connections & + are live
even if the motor is not running.

The control I/O terminals are isolated from the utility potential, but relay
outputs and other I/Os (if jumper X4 is in the OFF position refer to Figure
6.2.2-1) may have dangerous external voltages connected even if power is
disconnected from the HV9000.

Do not open the cover of the HV9000 immediately after disconnectiong


power from the unit, because components within the drive remain at a
dangerous voltage potential for some time. Wait until at least five minutes
after the cooling fan has stopped and the keypad or cover indicators are
dark before opening the HV9000 cover.

5
6

Any upstream disconnect/protection device used is to be used as noted in


the National Electric Code (NEC).
Only spare parts obtained from a Cutler-Hammer authorized distributor
should be used.

HV9000

1.2

Safety instructions

1
2
3
4
5
1.3

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SAFETY

The HV9000 is meant only for fixed installations. Do not make any
connections or measurements when the HV9000 is connected to the utility.
Do not make any high voltage or megger tests on any part of the HV9000.
Disconnect the motor cables from the HV9000 before meggering cables to
the motor.
Do not touch any IC circuits on the circuit boards. Static voltage discharge
may destroy board components.
Ensure that the HV9000 cover is closed before connecting the drive to the
utility.

Grounding & ground fault protection

The HV9000 must always be grounded


with a grounding conductor connected
to the grounding terminal.

NOTE: Warning Symbols Pay special


attention to instructions marked with
the following warning symbols

HV9000 ground fault protection protects only


the HV9000 if a ground fault occurs in the
motor or in the motor cable.
Due to high HV9000 leakage current, fault
current protective devices may not operate
correctly with the HV9000. When using this
type of device, fault current protection
devices should be tested with the drive under
isolated installation conditions.

1.4

= Dangerous Voltage

= General Warning

Running the motor initial operation

! 1
2

Before running the motor, ensure that the motor is properly mounted.
Maximum motor speed (frequency) should never be set to exceed the motor
or load rating.

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EU DIRECTIVE

HV9000

2 EU DIRECTIVE
2.1

CE label

The CE label on the product guarantees free


movement of the product in the EU area.
According to EU rules, this guarantees that
the product is manufactured in accordance
with different directives relating to the
product.
Cutler-Hammer HV9000 drives are equipped
with the CE label in accordance with the Low
Voltage Directive (LVD) and the EMC
directive.

2.2

2.2.2 Technical criteria


The design intent of the HV9000 is to develop
a family of drives which are user friendly and
cost effective while fulfilling customer needs.
EMC compliance was a major consideration
at design outset.
The HV9000 drive is targeted for the world
market. To ensure maximum flexibility while
meeting EMC needs for different regions, all
HV9000 drives meet the highest immunity
levels, while leaving emission level choices to
the user.

EMC directive

2.2.1 General
The EMC directive (Electro Magnetic
Compatibility) states that electrical
equipment must not disturb the environment
and must be immune to other
electromagnetic disturbances in the
environment.
A Technical Construction File (TCF) exists
which demonstrates that HV9000 drives fulfill
the requirements of the EMC directive. A TCF
has been used as a statement of conformity
with the EMC directive as it is not possible to
test all installation combinations.

2.2.3 HV9000 EMC levels


The HV9000 drive does not fulfill any EMC
emission requirements without an optional
RFI filter, either built in or separate. With an
RFI filter, the drive fulfills the EMC emission
requirements in the heavy industrial
environment (standards EN50081-2,
EN61800-3).
All products fulfill all EMC immunity
requirements (standards EN50082-1,
EN500822-2, EN61800-3).

HV9000

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RECEIVING

3 RECEIVING
If the received equipment is not the same as
ordered, please contact your distributor
immediately.

Cutler-Hammer HV9000 drives have been


subjected to demanding factory tests before
shipment. After unpacking, check that the
device does not show any signs of damage
and that the HV9000 drive is as ordered. The
model description code for HV9000 drives is
provided in Figure 3.1-1.

NOTE: Do not destroy any drive packing. A


template has been provided on the
protective cardboard to mark drive
mounting points.

3.1 HV9000 nameplate and catalog


number description
HV9000 Enclosure Rating

Input Voltage Rating

NEMA 1(IP21)
OUTPUT
V2:3 0 VIN 0 120HZ
I2:27A
HP:20VT

HV9000 Input Amp Rating (In)

HV9000 Output Amp Rating (Ivt)


Output Voltage Rating

015

HV9

1HP
2HP
3HP
5HP
7 HP

Control/Communication Options

HP Size at VT Rating
=
=
=
=
=

00

HV9000 VT HP Rating

Model HV900

F10
F20
F30
F50
F75

MFG. DATE: S000330

TYPE: HV9020BS-5M0A00
S.NO:
INPUT
V1:3 440 500V 50/60HZ
I1:27A

HV9000 Catalog Number

010
015
020
025
030
040
050
060
075
100

=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=

00 - No Modification

10HP
15HP
20HP
25HP
30HP
40HP
50HP
60HP
75HP
100HP

Series (B)
Enclosure Rating
C - Compact NEMA 1 (IP20)
N - Std. Chassis (IP00)
P - Std. Protected Chassis (IP20)
S - Std. NEMA 1 (IP21)
J - Std. NEMA 12 (IP54)
G - Oversized NEMA 1
D - Oversized NEMA 12

Dynamic Braking Chopper Circuit


A - No Chopper Circuit
B - Chopper Circuit Included
(Chopper Circuit is Standard in All Compact NEMA 1 Sizes)
Software (Other than 0 Denotes Special

Control
M - HV Multi-line
Voltage
2 - 208V , 230V
5 - 480V
6 - 575V
For 208V 8 must be added as a suffix.

Figure 3.1-1 HV9000 Nameplate and Catalog Number Description

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3.2

RECEIVING

Storing

If the HV9000 must be stored before


installation and startup, check that the
ambient conditions in the storage area are
acceptable.
Temperature: 40C to +60C
40F to +140F
Humidity: < 95% Non-Condensing

3
3.3 Warranty
This equipment is covered by the
Cutler-Hammer warranty period.
Cutler-Hammer distributors may have a
different warranty period, which is specified in
their terms, conditions, and warranty.
Should any questions arise concerning the
warranty, please contact your distributor.

HV9000

4 TECHNICAL DATA
4.1

General

Figure 4.1-1 shows a block diagram of the


HV9000 drive. The three phase AC choke
with the DC link capacitor forms an LC filter,
which, together with the rectifier, produces
the DC voltage for the IGBT inverter block.
The AC choke smooths the HF disturbances
from the utility to the drive, as well as HF
disturbances caused by the drive into the
utility line. It also improves the input current
waveform to the drive.
The IGBT inverter produces a symmetrical,
three-phase, pulse width modulated, AC
voltage to the motor.
The motor and application control block is
based on microprocessor software. The
microprocessor controls the motor according
to measured signals, parameter settings
and commands for the control I/O block and
control panel.

Input
L1

The control panel is a link between the user


and the drive. With the control panel, the
user can set parameter values, read status
data and give control commands. The panel
is removable and can be mounted externally
and connected via cable to the drive.
The control I/O block is isolated from line
potential, and is connected to ground via a
1M Ohm resistor and 4.7F capacitor. If
needed, the control I/O block can be
grounded without a resistor by changing the
position of the jumper X4 (GND ON/OFF) on
the control board. (see also Figure 6.2.2-1)
Input and output EMC filters are not
required for the functionality of the drive. They
are only required for compliance with the
EU/EMC Directive as detailed in chapter 2.

IGBT
Inverter

3
DC Link
Capacitor

Input
EMC Filter

L3

The motor and application control block


gives commands to the motor control ASIC,
which calculates the IGBT switching
positions. Gate drivers amplify these signals
for driving the IGBT inverter.

Rectifier

AC Choke

L2

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TECHNICAL DATA

Fan
Power Supply

Measurements

PE
Gate
Drivers
Control
Panel
Cutler-Hammer
READY

RUN

Hand

01

Motor Speed
117.7 %
UP

Hand-Off-Auto

DOWN

ENTER

SEL
START

RS 232
Galvanic
Isolator

Motor
and
Application
Control

Control
I/O

Figure 4.1-1 HV9000 Block Diagram

Motor
Control
ASIC

Current
Sensors
Output
EMC Filter

HV9000

Motor
U
V
W

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TECHNICAL DATA

HV9000

4.2 Power Ratings Base Drives Compact Size

208V, Compact NEMA 1


Rated HP &
Output Current
Variable Torque
HP
1
2
3
5
7

10
15
20

Frame Size/
Enclosure Size

Dimensions
WHD
in Inches and (mm)

M3/Compact NEMA 1

4.7 12.0 5.9


(119.4 304.8 149.9)

9.9

HV9F10BC-2M0B008
HV9F20BC-2M0B008

16
22
30

M4B/Compact NEMA 1

5.3 15.4 8.1


(134.6 391.2 205.7)

15.4

HV9F30BC-2M0B008
HV9F50BC-2M0B008
HV9F75BC-2M0B008

43
57
70

M5B/Compact NEMA 1

7.3 22.8 8.5


(185.4 579.1 215.9)

33.1

HV9010BC-2M0B008
HV9015BC-2M0B008
HV9020BC-2M0B008

Ivt
5.6
10

230V, Compact NEMA 1


Rated HP &
Output Current
Frame Size/
Variable Torque Enclosure Size
HP
1
2
3

Ivt
4.7
7.0
10

5
7
10
15
20
25

Dimensions
WHD
in Inches and (mm)

Weight
in lbs.

Weight
in lbs.

Catalog Number

Catalog Number

M3/Compact NEMA 1

4.7 12.0 5.9


(119.4 304.8 149.9)

9.9

HV9F10BC-2M0B00
HV9F20BC-2M0B00
HV9F30BC-2M0B00

16
22
30

M4B/Compact NEMA 1

5.3 15.4 8.1


(134.6 391.2 205.7)

15.4

HV9F50BC-2M0B00
HV9F75BC-2M0B00
HV9010BC-2M0B00

43
57
70

M5B/Compact NEMA 1

7.3 22.8 8.5


(185.4 579.1 215.9)

33.1

HV9015BC-2M0B00
HV9020BC-2M0B00
HV9025BC-2M0B00

480V, Compact NEMA 1


Rated HP &
Output Current
Variable Torque
HP
1
2
3
5
7
10
15
20
25
30
40

Ivt
3
3.5
5
8
11
15
21
27
34
40
52

Frame Size/
Enclosure Size

Dimensions
WHD
in Inches and (mm)

M3/Compact NEMA 1

4.7 12.0 5.9


(119.4 304.8 149.9)

9.9

M4B/Compact NEMA 1

5.3 15.4 8.1


(134.6 391.2 205.7)

15.4

M5B/Compact NEMA 1

7.3 22.8 8.5


(185.4 579.1 215.9)

33.1

Weight
in lbs.

Catalog Number

HV9F10BC-5M0B00
HV9F20BC-5M0B00
HV9F30BC-5M0B00
HV9F50BC-5M0B00
HV9F75BC-5M0B00
HV9010BC-5M0B00
HV9015BC-5M0B00
HV9020BC-5M0B00
HV9025BC-5M0B00
HV9030BC-5M0B00
HV9040BC-5M0B00

Ivt = continuous rated output current (variable torque load, maximum 40C ambient).

HV9000

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TECHNICAL DATA

4.2 Power Ratings Base Drives Standard


208V, NEMA 1
Rated HP &

Output Current
Variable Torque
HP
Ivt
2
10
3
16
5
22
7
30
10
43
15
57
20
70
25
83
30
113
40
139
50
165
60
200

Frame Size/
Enclosure Size

Dimensions
WHD
in Inches and (mm)

M4/NEMA 1

4.7 15.4 8.5


(119.4 391.2 215.9)

17.6

M5/NEMA 1

6.2 20.3 9.4


(157.5 515.6 238.8)

35.3

M6/NEMA 1

8.7 25.6 11.4


(221.0 650.2 289.6)

84

M7/NEMA 1

14.7 39.4 13
(373.4 1000.8 330.2)

180

75

M8/NEMA 1

19.5 50.8 14
(495.3 1290.3 355.6)

337

Output Current
Variable Torque
HP
Ivt
2
10
3
16
5
22
7
30
10
43
57
15
70
20
25
83
30
113
40
139
50
165
60
200

Frame Size/
Enclosure Size

Dimensions
WHD
in Inches and (mm)

M4/NEMA 12

4.7 15.4 8.5


(119.4 391.2 215.9)

17.6

M5/NEMA 12

6.2 20.3 9.4


(157.5 515.6 238.8)

35.3

M6/NEMA 12

8.7 25.6 11.4


(221.0 650.2 289.6)

84

M7/NEMA 12

14.7 39.4 13
(373.4 1000.8 330.2)

180

75

M8/NEMA 12

19.5 50.8 14
(495.3 1290.3 355.6)

337

264

Weight Catalog Number


in lbs.
HV9F20BS-2M0A008
HV9F30BS-2M0A008
HV9F50BS-2M0A008
HV9F75BS-2M0A008
HV9010BS-2M0A008
HV9015BS-2M0A008
HV9020BS-2M0A008
HV9025BS-2M0A008
HV9030BS-2M0A008
HV9040BS-2M0A008
HV9050BS-2M0A008
HV9060BS-2M0A008
HV9075BS-2M0A008

208V, NEMA 12
Rated HP &

264

Weight Catalog Number


in lbs.
HV9F20BJ-2M0A008
HV9F30BJ-2M0A008
HV9F50BJ-2M0A008
HV9F75BJ-2M0A008
HV9010BJ-2M0A008
HV9015BJ-2M0A008
HV9020BJ-2M0A008
HV9025BJ-2M0A008
HV9030BJ-2M0A008
HV9040BJ-2M0A008
HV9050BJ-2M0A008
HV9060BJ-2M0A008
HV9075BJ-2M0A008

208V, Protected Chassis/Chassis


Rated HP &

Output Current
Variable Torque
HP
Ivt
2
10
3
16
5
22
7
30
10
43
15
57
20
70
25
83
30
113
40
139
50
165
60
200

Frame Size/
Enclosure Size

Dimensions
WHD
in Inches and (mm)

M4/Protected

4.7 11.4 8.5


(119.4 289.6 215.9)

15.4

M5/Protected

6.2 15.9 9.4


(157.5 403.9 238.8)

33.1

M6/Protected

8.7 20.7 11.4


(221.0 525.8 289.6)

77.2

M7/Protected

9.8 31.5 12.4


(248.9 800.1 315.0)

135

75

M8/Chassis

19.5 35.0 13.9


(495.3 889 353.1)

300

264

Weight Catalog Number


in lbs.
HV9F20BP-2M0A008
HV9F30BP-2M0A008
HV9F50BP-2M0A008
HV9F75BP-2M0A008
HV9010BP-2M0A008
HV9015BP-2M0A008
HV9020BP-2M0A008
HV9025BP-2M0A008
HV9030BP-2M0A008
HV9040BP-2M0A008
HV9050BP-2M0A008
HV9060BP-2M0A008
HV9075BN-2M0A008

Ivt = continuous rated output current (variable torque load, maximum 40C ambient).
Protected enclosure with option.

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TECHNICAL DATA

HV9000

4.2 Power Ratings Base Drives Standard

230V, NEMA 1
Rated HP &
Output Current
Variable Torque
HP

Frame Size/
Enclosure Size

Dimensions
WHD
in Inches and (mm)

Ivt

Weight Catalog Number


in lbs.

10

M4/NEMA 1

4.7 15.4 8.5


(119.4 391.2 215.9)

17.6

HV9F30BS-2M0B00

5
7
10
15

16
22
30
43

M5/NEMA 1

6.2 20.3 9.4


(157.5 515.6 238.8)

35.3

HV9F50BS-2M0B00
HV9F75BS-2M0B00
HV9010BS-2M0B00
HV9015BS-2M0B00

20
25
30
40
50
60
75

57
70
83
113
139
165
200

M6/NEMA 1

8.7 25.6 11.4


(221.0 650.2 289.6)

84

M7/NEMA 1

14.7 39.4 13.0


(373.4 1000.8 330.2)

180

100

264

M8/NEMA 1

19.5 47.6 13.9


(495.3 1209.0 353.1)

337

Frame Size/
Enclosure Size

Dimensions
WHD
in Inches and (mm)

HV9020BS-2M0B00
HV9025BS-2M0B00
HV9030BS-2M0B00
HV9040BS-2M0B00
HV9050BS-2M0B00
HV9060BS-2M0B00
HV9075BS-2M0B00
HV9100BS-2M0B00

230V, NEMA 12
Rated HP &
Output Current
Variable Torque
HP
Ivt

Weight Catalog Number


in lbs.

10

M4/NEMA 12

4.7 15.4 8.5


(119.4 391.2 215.9)

17.6

HV9F30BS-2M0B00

5
7
10
15

16
22
30
43

M5/NEMA 12

6.2 20.3 9.4


(157.5 515.6 238.8)

35.3

HV9F50BS-2M0B00
HV9F75BS-2M0B00
HV9010BS-2M0B00
HV9015BS-2M0B00

20
25
30
40
50
60
75

57
70
83
113
139
165
200

M6/NEMA 12

8.7 25.6 11.4


(221.0 650.2 289.6)

84

M7/NEMA 12

14.7 39.4 13.0


(373.4 1000.8 330.2)

180

100

264

M8/NEMA 12

19.5 47.6 13.9


(495.3 1209.0 353.1)

337

HV9020BS-2M0B00
HV9025BS-2M0B00
HV9030BS-2M0B00
HV9040BS-2M0B00
HV9050BS-2M0B00
HV9060BS-2M0B00
HV9075BS-2M0B00
HV9100CS-2M0B00

Ivt = continuous rated output current (variable torque load, maximum 40C ambient).

HV9000

Page 11

TECHNICAL DATA

4.2 Power Ratings Base Drives Standard

230V, Protected Chassis/Chassis


Rated HP &
Output Current
Variable Torque
HP

Frame Size/
Enclosure Size

Dimensions
WHD
in Inches and (mm)

Ivt

Weight Catalog Number


in lbs.

10

M4/Protected

4.7 11.4 8.5


(119.4 289.6 215.9)

15.4

HV9F30BP-2M0A00

5
7
10
15

16
22
30
43

M5/Protected

6.2 15.9 9.4


(157.5 403.9 238.8)

33.1

HV9F50BP-2M0A00
HV9F75BP-2M0A00
HV9010BP-2M0A00
HV9015BP-2M0A00

20
25
30
40
50
60
75

57
70
83
113
139
165
200

M6/Protected

8.7 20.7 11.4


(221.0 525.8 289.6)

77.2

M7/Chassis

9.8 31.5 12.4


(248.9 x 800.1 x 315.0)

135

100

264

M8/Chassis

19.5 35.0 13.9


(495.3 889.0 353.1)

300

HV9020BP-2M0A00
HV9025BP-2M0A00
HV9030BP-2M0A00
HV9040BP-2M0A00
HV9050BN-2M0A00
HV9060BN-2M0A00
HV9075BN-2M0A00
HV9100BN-2M0A00

Ivt = continuous rated output current (variable torque load, maximum 40C ambient).

Protected enclosure with option.

Page 12

TECHNICAL DATA

HV9000

4.2 Power Ratings Base Drives Standard

480V, NEMA 1
Rated HP &
Output Current
Variable Torque
5
7
10

Ivt
8
11
15

15
20
25

21
27
32

30
40
50
60
75
100
125
150

40
52
65
77
96
125
160
180

200
250
300
400

260
320
400
460

HP

Frame Size/
Enclosure Size

Dimensions
WHD
in Inches and (mm)

M4/NEMA 1

4.7 15.4 8.5


(119.4 391.2 215.9)

17.6

HV9F50BS-5M0A00
HV9F75BS-5M0A00
HV9010BS-5M0A00

M5/NEMA 1

6.2 20.3 9.4


(157.5 515.6 238.8)

35.3

HV9015BS-5M0A00
HV9020BS-5M0A00
HV9025BS-5M0A00

M6/NEMA 1

8.7 25.6 11.4


(221.0 650.2 289.6)

83.8

M7/NEMA 1

14.7 39.4 13.0


(373.4 1000.8 330.2)

221

M8/NEMA 1

309

M9/NEMA 1

19.5 47.6 13.9


(495.3 1209.0 353.1)
27.6 56.1 15.4
(701.0 1424.9 391.2)

Frame Size/
Enclosure Size

Dimensions
WHD
in Inches and (mm)

M4/NEMA 12

4.7 15.4 8.5


(119.4 391.2 215.9)

17.6

M5/NEMA 12

6.2 20.3 9.4


(157.5 515.6 238.8)

35.3

M6/NEMA 12

8.7 25.6 11. 289.6)

83.8

M7/NEMA 12

14.7 39.4 13.0


(373.4 1000.8 330.2)

221

M8/NEMA 12

19.5 47.6 13.9


(495.3 1209.0 353.1)

309

M9/NEMA 12

27.6 56.1 15.4


(701.0 1424.9 391.2)

574

Weight Catalog Number


in lbs.

574

HV9030BS-5M0A00
HV9040BS-5M0A00
HV9050BS-5M0A00
HV9060BS-5M0A00
HV9075BS-5M0A00
HV9100BS-5M0A00
HV9125BS-5M0A00
HV9150BS-5M0A00
HV9200BS-5M0A00
HV9250BS-5M0A00
HV9300BS-5M0A00
HV9400BS-5M0A00

480V, NEMA 12
Rated HP &
Output Current
Variable Torque
5
7
10

Ivt
8
11
15

15
20
25
30
40
50
60
75

21
27
32
40
52
65
77
96

100
125
150
200
250

125
160
180
260
320

300
400

400
460

HP

Weight Catalog Number


in lbs.
HV9F50BJ-5M0A00
HV9F75BJ-5M0A00
HV9010BJ-5M0A00
HV9015BJ-5M0A00
HV9020BJ-5M0A00
HV9025BJ-5M0A00
HV9030BJ-5M0A00
HV9040BJ-5M0A00
HV9050BJ-5M0A00
HV9060BJ-5M0A00
HV9075BJ-5M0A00
HV9100BJ-5M0A00
HV9125BJ-5M0A00
HV9150BJ-5M0A00
HV9200BJ-5M0A00
HV9250BJ-5M0A00
HV9300BJ-5M0A00
HV9400BJ-5M0A00

Ivt = continuous rated output current (variable torque, maximum 40C ambient).

HV9000

Page 13

TECHNICAL DATA

4.2 Power Ratings Base Drives Standard

480V, Protected Chassis/Chassis


Rated HP &
Output Current
Variable Torque
5
7
10

Ivt
8
11
15

15
20
25

21
27
32

30
40
50
60
75
100
125
150

40
52
65
77
96
125
160
180

200
250
300
400

260
320
400
460

HP

Frame Size/
Enclosure Size

Dimensions
WHD
in Inches and (mm)

M4/Protected

4.7 11.4 8.5


(119.4 289.6 215.9)

15.4

HV9F50BP-5M0A00
HV9F75BP-5M0A00
HV9010BP-5M0A00

M5/Protected

6.2 15.9 9.4


(157.5 403.9 238.8)

33.1

HV9015BP-5M0A00
HV9020BP-5M0A00
HV9025BP-5M0A00

M6/Protected

8.7 20.7 11.4


(221.0 525.8 289.6)

77.2

M7/Chassis

9.8 31.5 12.4


(248.9 800.1 315.0)

133

M8/Chassis

19.5 35.0 13.9


(495.3 889.0 353.1)
27.6 39.4 15.4
(701.0 1000.8 391.2)

309

M9/Chassis

Weight Catalog Number


in lbs.

485

HV9030BP-5M0A00
HV9040BP-5M0A00
HV9050BP-5M0A00
HV9060BP-5M0A00
HV9075BP-5M0A00
HV9100BN-5M0A00
HV9125BN-5M0A00
HV9150BN-5M0A00
HV9200BN-5M0A00
HV9250BN-5M0A00
HV9300BN-5M0A00
HV9400BN-5M0A00

Ivt = continuous rated output current (variable torque, maximum 40C ambient).

Protected enclosure with option.

Page 14

TECHNICAL DATA

HV9000

4.2 Power Ratings Base Drives Standard

575V, NEMA 1/Chassis


Rated HP &
Output Current
Variable Torque

Dimensions
WHD
in Inches and (mm)

40
50
60
75
100

Ivt
4.5
7.5
10
14
19
23
26
35
42
52
62
85
100

125
150
200
250

122
145
222
287

M9/Chassis

19.5 35.0 13.9


(495.3 889.0 353.1)
27.6 39.4 15.4
(701.0 1000.8 391.2)

300
400

325
390

M10/Chassis

38.9 39.4 15.4


(988.1 1000.8 391.2)

HP
3
5
7
10
15
20
25
30

Frame Size/
Enclosure Size

Weight Catalog Number


in lbs.

M5/NEMA 1

6.2 17.3 10.4


(157.5 439.4 264.2)

33.1

M6/NEMA 1

8.7 24.3 11.4


(221.0 617.2 289.6)

83.8

M8/Chassis

300

602

466

HV9F30BS-6M0A00
HV9F50BS-6M0A00
HV9F75BS-6M0A00
HV9010BS-6M0A00
HV9015BS-6M0A00
HV9020BS-6M0A00
HV9025BS-6M0A00
HV9030BS-6M0A00
HV9040BS-6M0A00
HV9050BS-6M0A00
HV9060BS-6M0A00
HV9075BS-6M0A00
HV9100BS-6M0A00
HV9125BN-6M0A00
HV9150BN-6M0A00
HV9200BN-6M0A00
HV9250BN-6M0A00
HV9300BN-6M0A00
HV9400BN-6M0A00

Ivt = continuous rated output current (variable torque load, maximum 40C ambient).

Protected enclosure with option.

HV9000

4.3

TECHNICAL DATA

Page 15

Specifications

Utility
Connection

Motor
Connection

Input Voltage Vin

208V, 230V, 480V, 575V

Input Frequency

45 to 66 Hz

Output Voltage

0 to Vin

Continuous Output Current

Ivt Maximum Ambient +40C, 1.1 Ivt (1 min/10 min)

Starting Torque

200%

Starting Current

1.5 Ivt 2 sec. Every 20 sec. if Output Frequency < 30 Hz


and if Heatsink Temperature < +60C

Output Frequency

0 to 120 Hz

Frequency Resolution

0.01 Hz

Control Method

V/Hz Frequency Control

Switching Frequency
Frequency Reference
Control
Characteristics Field Weakening Point
Acceleration Time

Environmental
Limits

EMC

Safety

1 to 16 kHz Depending on HP Rating


Analog Input Current/Input Voltage 12 Bit Resolution,
1% Accuracy
30 to 120 Hz
0.1 to 3000.0 Seconds

Deceleration Time

0.1 to 3000.0 Seconds

Braking Torque

DC Brake 30% TN

Ambient Operating
Temperature

10 to +40C at Ivt

Storage Temperature

40 to +60C

Relative Humidity

< 95% Non-Condensing

Operating Environment

Chemical Vapors IEC 721-3-3, Unit in Operation,


Class 3C2
Mechanical Particles IED 721-3-3, Unit in Operation,
Class 3S2

Altitude

Maximum Altitude 3000 Meters


1000 Meters at Continuous IVT
> 1000 Meters, Reduce Ivt by 1% Every 100 Meters

Vibration IEC 68-2-27

Operation Max. Displacement Amplitude 3mm at 2 to 9 Hz


Max. Acceleration Amplitude 0.5G at 9 to 200 Hz

Shock IEC 68-2-27

Operation Max. 8G for 11mS


Storage and Shipping Max. 15G for 11mS in Packing Box

Enclosure

Open and Protected Chassis IP00 and IP20


Compact NEMA 1 IP20
NEMA 1 IP21
NEMA 12 IP54
Oversized NEMA 1
Oversized NEMA 12

Noise Immunity

fulfills EN50082-1,-2 and EN61800-3

Emissions

fulfills EN50081-2 and EN61800-3 when Equipped with an


Optional External RFI-Filter
fulfills EN50178, EN60204-1, CE, UL, C-UL, FI, GOST R
(Check Unit Nameplate for Unit Approvals)

Table 4.3-1 Specifications

Page 16

Control
Connections

4
Protective
Functions

TECHNICAL DATA

HV9000

Analog Voltage

0 to +10V, R = 200k Ohm Single Ended


(-10V to +10V, Joystick Control)
Resolution 12 Bit, 1% Accuracy

Analog Current

4-20mA, R = 250 Ohm, Differential

Digital Inputs (6)

Positive or Negative Logic

Auxiliary Voltage

+24V 20%, 100mA Maximum

Potentiometer Reference

+10V, 0 to +3%, 10mA Maximum

Analog Output

4 to 20mA, R < 500 Ohm, 10 bit Resolution, 1% Accuracy

Digital Output

Open Collector Output, 50mA/48V

Relay Outputs

Maximum Switching Voltage 300VDC, 250VAC


Maximum Switching Load 8A/24V
0.4A/250VDC
2kVA/250VAC
Maximum Continuous Load 2A rms

Overcurrent Protection

Trip Limit 4 Ivt

Overvoltage Protection

Utility Voltage 208V


Trip Limit
1.55Vin

Undervoltage Protection

Trip Limit 0.65 Vin

Ground Fault Protection

Protects the Drive from a Ground Fault in the Output Motor


or Motor Cable

Utility Supervision

Trips On Loss of Any Input Phase

Motor Phase Supervision

Trips On Loss of Any Output Phase

Unit Overtemperature
Protection

Yes

Motor Overload Protection

Yes

Stall Protection

Yes

Motor Underload Protection Yes


Short Circuit Protection for
+24V and +10V Reference
Voltages

Yes

Table 4.3-1 Specifications

230V
1.41Vin

480V
575V
1.41Vin 1.62Vin

HV9000

Page 17

INSTALLATION

5 INSTALLATION
5.1

Ambient conditions

The environmental limits mentioned in Table


4.3-1 must not be exceeded.

5.2

Cooling

As detailed in Figure 5.2-1 and Table 5.2-1,


the specified space around the drive ensures
proper cooling air circulation. If multiple units
are to be installed above each other, the
dimensions must be b + c and air from the
outlet of the lower unit must be directed away
from the inlet of the upper unit.
With high switching frequencies and high
ambient temperatures, the maximum
continuous output current has to be derated
according to Table 5.2-3 and Figures 5.2-3a
5.2-3d.
Frame Size/Enclosure Style
M3/Compact NEMA 1
M4/Protected & NEMA 12
M4/NEMA 1
M4B/M5B Compact NEMA 1
M5 Protected & NEMA 12

Dimensions in Inches
a2

0.5

0.5

c
Figure 5.2-1 Installation Space
HP

Voltage/Enclosure

1-2

208/Compact NEMA 1

2-3

208/Protected & Nema 1/12

1-3

230/Compact NEMA 1

3-5

230/Protected & NEMA 1/12

1-10

480/Compact NEMA 1

5-15

480/Protected & NEMA 1/12

3-20

575/Protected & NEMA 1/12

3-15

208/Compact NEMA 1

5-10

208/Protected & NEMA 1/12

M5/NEMA 1

5-20

230/Compact NEMA 1

1.5

6.5 3.5

7-15

230/Protected & NEMA 1/12

M6/NEMA 1

1.5

1.5

6.5 3.5

15-30

480/Compact NEMA 1

3 (1.5)

3 (2.5)

20-50

480/Protected & NEMA 1/12

25-75

575/Protected & NEMA 1

M7/NEMA 1
M8/Chassis & NEMA 12
M8/NEMA 1
M9/Chassis & NEMA 12
M9/NEMA 1
M10/Chassis & NEMA 12
M10/NEMA 1

10 (3)

8 (3)

8 (3)

12

12

12

12

2.5

M6/Protected & NEMA 12

M7/Chassis & NEMA 12

2.5

20

208/Compact NEMA 1

15-30

208/Protected & NEMA 1/12

25

230/Compact NEMA 1

20-40

230/Protected & NEMA 1/12

40

480/Compact NEMA 1

60-75

480/Chassis & NEMA 1/12

M11/Chassis & NEMA 12

100

575/Protected & NEMA 1

M11/NEMA 1

40-75

208/Protected & NEMA 1/12

M12/Chassis & NEMA 12

Consult Factory

M12/NEMA 1

50-100

230/Protected & NEMA 1/12

100-150

480/Protected & NEMA 1/12

Distance from inverter to inverter in multiple inverter


installations.

200-250

480/Protected & NEMA 1/12

125-150

575/Protected & NEMA 1

Protected enclosure with optional cover.

300-400

480/Protected & NEMA 1/12

200-250

575/Protected & NEMA 1

300-400

575/Protected & NEMA 1

Minimum allowable space. No space available for fan


change.
Space for fan change on sides of inverter.

Table 5.2-1 Installation Space Dimensions

Required Airflow
(CFM)

42

100

218

383

765

1148
1736

Table 5.2-2 Installation Space Dimensions

Page 18

INSTALLATION

HV9000

6000

1200
HV9025
HV9020
800
HV9015
600
HV9010
400

HV9F75
HV9F50
HV9F30

200
0

Power Loss / W

Power Loss / W

HV9150

5000

1000

HV9125
4000

HV9100
HV9075

3000

HV9060
HV9050

2000

HV9040
HV9030

1000
0

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

Switching Frequency / kHz

Switching Frequency / kHz

Figure 5.2-2b 30-150HP

Figure 5.2-2a 3-25HP


16000
HV9400

12000

HV9300

10000

HV9250
HV9200

8000

Figures 5.2-2a 5.2-2c show power


dissipation as a function of the switching
frequency for 480V variable torque drives in
standard enclosures (Types N, P, S and J).

6000
4000

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

Switching Frequency / kHz

Figure 5.2-2c 200-400HP


4000

1200

HV9100

HV9020

800

HV9015

600

HV9010

400

HV9F75
HV9F50
HV9F30

200

fsw [kHz]
1

Switching Frequency / kHz

Figure 5.2-2d 2-75HP

Power Loss / W

HV9025

1000

Power Loss / W

Power Loss / W

14000

3000

HV9075

2000

HV9060
HV9050
HV9040
HV9030

1000

Switching Frequency / kHz

Figure 5.2-2e 30-100HP

Figures 5.2-2d and 5.2-2e show power dissipation as a function of the switching frequency for
230V standard enclosure variable torque drives (Types N, P, S and J).

HV9000

300

900

200
HV9F20

150

HV9F10
100

700

Power Loss / W

HV9F30

HV9020

800

HV9F50

250

Power Loss / W

Page 19

INSTALLATION

HV9015

600
500

HV9010

400

HV9F75

300
200

50

100
0

0
3

10

16

Switching Frequency / kHz

1600

HV9040

Power Loss / W

1400
1200

HV9030
HV9025

1000
800
600
400
200
0
10

Switching Frequency / kHz

Figure 5.2-2h 25-40HP

16

Figure 5.2-2g 7-20HP

Figure 5.2-2f 1-5HP

10

Switching Frequency / kHz

16

Figures 5.2-2f 5.2-2h show power


dissipation as a function of the switching
frequency for 480V compact enclosure
variable torque drives (Type C).

Page 20

HP

INSTALLATION

Curve
3.6kHz

1 - 7
10
15
20
25

HV9010

HV9010
No Derating

35
30

HV9025
No Derating
HV9040

HV9010
Ivt 10 kHz

20
15
HV9010
Ivt 16 kHz

50

HV9050

10

60
75

HV9060
HV9075

100
125
150
175
200
250

HV9075
No Derating
HV9150
No Derating

HV9200
HV9250

300

No Derating

HV9300

400

HV9400

HV9400

20

30

40

50

Figure 5.2-3a

HV9150
Not Allowed
No Derating

HV9250

10

HV9100
HV9125
120

Ivt

HV9075 10 kHz

100

HV9075
3.6 kHz
HV9060 10 kHz

80

Table 5.2-3 Constant Output Current


Derating Curves for 480V Ivt
Figure 5.2-3a-3d Constant Output Current
Ivt Derating Curves as a
Function of Ambient
Temperature and
Switching Frequency

HV9050
10 kHz
HV9040
16 kHz

60

40

20

0
600

HV9025
Ivt 16 kHz

40

25

No Derating No Derating

30
40

Ivt

45

10kHz
16kHz
No Derating No Derating

HV9000

10

20

30

40

50

Figure 5.2-3b

Ivt
HV9400 10 kHz

500

HV9400
3.6 kHz

HV9300 10 kHz

400

250

Ivt

200
HV9250 10 kHz

HV9150 10 kHz

HV9250
3.6 kHz

300

HV9150
3.6 kHz

HV9125 10 kHz

150

HV9100 10 kHz
HV9200
10 kHz

200

100

100

50

0
0

10

20

30

40

Figure 5.2-3d

50

0
0

10

20

30

Figure 5.2-3c

40

50

HV9000

Page 21

INSTALLATION

5.3 Mounting

Mounting is accomplished using four screws


or bolts. Figure 5.3-1 and Table 5.3-1 detail
unit dimensions. Figures 5.3-2 and 5.3-3
detail 25-400HP units which have special
lifting eyes that must be used.

D1

W1
W2

The HV9000 should be mounted in a vertical


position on the wall or on the back plane of an
enclosure. Mounting clearances and cooling
requirements are detailed in Figure 5.2-1 and
Tables 5.2-1 & 5.2-2. To ensure a safe
installation, the mounting surface should be
relatively flat.

R2
R1

H1 H2
H3

R2

If further information is needed contact your


Cutler-Hammer distributor.

H4

Figure 5.3-1 Mounting Dimensions

5
Frame

Enclosure

Voltage

Compact NEMA 1

208/230/480

M3
M4B
M5B
M4
M5
M6
M7

208/230/480

NEMA 1/12

M8
M9

480

Dimensions in Inches
W1
4.7

W2
3.7

H1
H2
13.5 13.1

H3
12

5.3
7.3

3.7
5.5

17 16.5
23.4 22.8

4.7
6.2

3.7
5

8.7
14.7

H4

D1
5.9

R1
0.28

R2
0.14

15.4
21.7

8.1
8.5

0.28
0.35

0.14
0.18

16.7 16.2
22.1 21.5

15.4
20.3

8.5
9.4

0.28
0.35

0.14
0.18

7.1
13.6

27.6 26.9
41.3 40.6

25.6
39.4

11.4
13

0.35
0.35

0.18
0.18

19.5
27.6

18
26

53.1 36.5
57.9 40.2

50.8
56.1

13.9
15.4

0.45
0.45

0.24
0.24

M4
M5

208/230/480

4.7
6.2

3.7
5

12.7 12.3
17.8 17.1

11.4
15.9

1.6
1.8

8.5
9.4

0.28
0.35

0.14
0.18

M5
M6

575
208/230/480

6.2
8.7

5
7.1

19.1 18.5
22.6 22

17.3
20.7

1.8
3.9

10.4
11.4

0.35
0.35

0.18
0.18

600
208/230/480

8.7
9.8

7.1
8.7

26.3 25.6
33.6 32.9

24.3
31.5

3.9

11.4
12.4

0.35
0.35

0.18
0.18

575

19.5
27.6

18
26

37.4 36.5
41.1 40.2

35
39.4

13.9
15.4

0.45
0.45

0.24
0.24

38.9

37.3

41.1 40.2

39.4

15.4

0.45

0.24

M6
M7
M8
M9
M10

Chassis Protected

480/575

Table 5.3-1 Dimensions for Open Panel Units

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INSTALLATION

HV9000

Figure 5.3-2 Lifting 30-150HP Units

INCORRECT

CORRECT

Lifting Holes
Lifting Bar

L1

L2

L3

L1

L2

L3

NOTE: Insert a lifting rod through the lifting holes when lifting 200-400HP units.
Figure 5.3-3 Lifting 200-400HP Units

HV9000

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Wiring

6 Wiring
General wiring diagrams are shown in
Figures 6-1 thru 6-3. The following chapters
and sections have more detailed instructions
about wiring and cable connections.

Reference
(voltage
1-10 k)
Reference
(current)

24 V
GND
x)

24 V
GND

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

If further information is required, contact your


Cutler-Hammer distributor.

+10 Vref.

I o u t + 18
I o u t - 19

Vi n +
GND

0(4)/20mA
RL<500 Ohms

20

Iin +

DO1

GND

RO1/1 21
1/2 22

DIA1

RO1/3

23

RO2/1

24

24Vout

V<+48V
I<50mA

Iin -

ac/dc

DIA2
DIA3

2/2 25

CMA
24Vout

RO2/3

GND
DIB4

26

Switching:
<8A/24V DC
<0.4A/300V DC
<2kVA/250V AC
Continuously:
<8A/24V DC
<2Arms

DIB5
DIB6

x)
x) dotted line
indicates the
connection
with inverted
signal levels

CMB

1)

L1

L2 L3

RFI-filter (optional)

L1

L2

L3
M
3

Figure 6-1 General Wiring Diagram for Open/Protected Chassis Units


Frame Sizes M4 thru M6

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Wiring

Reference
(voltage
1-10 k)
Reference
(current)

+10 Vref.

Vin +

GND

Iin +

HV9000

Iout+

18

Iout-

19

DO1

Iin 6 24Vout
7 GND
5

DIA1

DIA2

RO1/1 21
1/2 22
RO1/3
RO2/1 24
2/2 25

10 DIA3
11 CMA

24 V
GND
x)

RO2/3

12 24Vout
13 GND
14 DIB4
15 DIB5
16 DIB6
CMB

24 V
GND
x)
x) dotted line
indicates the
connection
with inverted
signal levels

1)

L1

L2

L3

+
U

M
3

RFI-Filter (Optional)

L1

L2

L3

Figure 6-2 General Wiring Diagram for


Open/Protected Chassis Frame Sizes > M7
NEMA 1/12 Units Frame Sizes > M8

0(4)/20mA
RL<500 Ohms

+
V<+48V
I<50mA

AC/DC

Switching:
<8A/24V DC,
<0.4A/300V DC,
<2kVA/250V AC
Continuously:
<8A/24V DC,
<2Arms

HV9000

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Wiring

Reference
(voltage
1-10 k)
Reference
(current)

+10 Vref.

Uin +

GND

Iin +

Iout+

18

out-

19

DO1

Iin 6 24Vout
7 GND
5

24 V
GND
x)

DIA1

DIA2

0(4)/20mA
RL<500 Ohms

V<+48V
I<50mA

RO1/1 21
1/2 22
RO1/3
RO2/1 24
2/2 25

10 DIA3
11 CMA
12 24Vout

RO2/3

13 GND
14 DIB4

AC/DC

Switching:
<8A/24V DC,
<0.4A/300V DC,
<2kVA/250V AC
Continuously:
<8A/24V DC,
<2Arms

15 DIB5
16 DIB6

24 V

CMB

GND
x)
x) dotted line
indicates the
connection
with inverted
signal levels

6
L1

L2

L3

Internal RFI-

1)

L1 L2

L3

+
U

M
3

Figure 6-3 General Wiring Diagram for


NEMA 1/12 Units Frame Sizes M4 thru M7
Compact NEMA 1 Units

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6.1

Wiring

HV9000

Power connections

Use heat resistant cables if operating in an


ambient of +60C or higher. The cable and
fuses must be sized in accordance with the
rated output current of the unit. Installation of
the cable (where one motor is connected with
one cable to the drive), consistent with UL, is
explained in section 6.1.4. Installation should
follow any local regulations and installation
conditions.
The minimum dimensions for copper cables
and corresponding fuses is given in Tables
6.1-2 thru 6.1-5. The fuses have been
selected so that they will also function as
overload protection for the cables.
For maximum protection of the HV9000
Consistent with UL requirements, UL
recognized fuse type RK should be used.

If I2t motor temperature protection is used as


overload protection for the HV9000, cables
may be selected accordingly. On larger units,
each cable must have its own overload
protection if three or more cables are used in
parallel.
6.1.1 Utility cable
Utility cables for different EU EMC levels are
defined in Table 6.1.1-1.

6.1.2 Motor cable


Motor cables for different EU EMC levels are
also defined in Table 6.1.1-1.

6.1.3 Control cable


Control cables are specified in section 6.2.1

6
Ivt Fuse

Copper Cable
Utility and Motor
(Ground)

Cable

Level N

Level I

230V HP

Utility Cable
Motor Cable

1
2

1
2

4.7

7
10

16 (16)

2
3

10

Control Cable

Where: 1=The power cable is suitable for the


installation, ampacity and voltage.
Shielded cable is not required.
2 = The power cable contains a concentric
protection wire and is suitable for the
ampacity and voltage. For maximum EMC
protection, use of shielded cable is
required.
3 = The control cable has a compact lowimpedance shield.

5
7

16
22

20
25

14 (14)
10 (10)

10
15

30
43

35
50

8 (8)

20
25

57
70

60
80

6 (6)
4 (6)

30
40

83
113

100
125

2 (6)
0 (4)

Table 6.1.1-1 Cable Types for Different EMC


Levels

50
60

139
165

150
200

00 (2)

75
100

200
264

200
300

000 (0)
350MCM (000)

Table 6.1-2 Utility Cables, Motor Cables and


Fuse Recommendations
According to Ivt Output Current
230V Range

HV9000

480V HP
1
3
5
7
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
60
75
100
125
150
200
250
300
400

Ivt Fuse
3
5
8
11
15
21
27
32
40
52
65
77
96
125
160
180
260
320
400
460

Copper Cable
Utility and Motor
(Ground)

10

16 (16)

15
20
25
35
50
50
60
80
100
125
150
200
200
300
400
500
600

14 (14)
12 (12)
10 (10)
8 (8)
6 (6)
4 (6)
2 (6)
0 (4)
00 (2)
000 (0)
350 MCM (000)
2 [250 MCM (00)]
2 [350 MCM (000)]
2 [550 MCM (250 MCM)]

Table 6.1-3 Utility Cables, Motor Cables and


Fuse Recommendations
According to Ivt Output Current
480V Range
Frame
M3
M4
M4B
M5
M5B

M6

M7
M8
M9
M10

Page 27

Wiring

575V HP
3
5
7
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
60
75
100
125
150
200
250

Ivt Fuse

Copper Cable
Utility and Motor
(Ground)

14

15

14 (14)

19
23
26
35
42
52
62
85
100
122
145
222
287

20
25
35
35
50
60
100
100
100
125
100
250
300

12 (12)
10 (10)
8 (8)
6 (6)
2 (6)
0 (4)
00 (2)
300 MCM (00)
350 MCM (000)

Table 6.1-4 Utility Cables, Motor Cables and


Fuse Recommendations
According to Ivt Output Current
575V Range

HP
Voltage
Cable (AWG/MCM)
All
14
14
All
230/480
10
10
All
6
6
All
230/480/575
15-25
230
25-40
480
20-40
230
2
30-40
480
00
40-60
575
50-75
480
0 Copper
00 Aluminum
75-100
575
50-75
230
350 MCM
100-150
480
100
230
000
2 500 MCM
200-250
480
Aluminum
125-150
575
300-400
480
2 600 MCM 2 500 MCM
200-250
575
300-400
575
4 500 MCM 2 500 MCM

For NEMA 1/12 units, a maximum of 3 parallel connected cables can be used.

Table 6.1-5 Maximum Cable Sizes for The Power Terminals

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Wiring

HV9000

6.1.4 Installation instructions

Locate the motor cable away from other cables.


Avoid long parallel runs with other cables.
If the motor cable runs in parallel with other cables, the minimum distances
between the motor and control cables given below should be used.
The minimum distances listed below also applies between motor cables
and signal cables of other systems.
The maximum motor cable length can be 600 ft (180 meters) except for
drives rated 2HP and below. For ratings 2HP and below, the maximum
motor cable length is 160 ft (50 meters). For 3HP ratings, the maximum
motor cable length is 330 ft (100 meters).
Power cables should cross other cables at 90 angles.
For drive ratings of 2HP and below, the output dv/dt filter option is required
for motor cable lengths exceeding 33 ft (10 meters).
For drive ratings of 3HP and above, the output dv/dt filter option is required
when motor cable lengths exceed 100 ft (33 meters).
Distance Between Cables
in feet and (meters)
1 (0.3)
3.3 (1)

6
2

Motor Cable Length


in feet and (meters)
< 165 (50)
< 600 (180)

Refer to section 6.1.5 for cable insulation check procedures.

HV9000

Wiring

Page 29

Connecting cables.
Motor and utility cables should be stripped as detailed in Figure 6.1.4-1
and Table 6.1.4-2.
Open the cover of the HV9000 as shown in Figure 6.1.4-3.
To insert the cables, remove the required grommets from the cable cover
of open chassis units, or from the bottom of NEMA 1/12 units.
Cable installation must be consistent with UL instructions as explained in
section 6.1.4.1. Connect the utility, motor and control cables to the correct
terminals as shown in Figures 6.1.4-3 thru 6.1.4-16. If the RFI filter option
is used, refer to the RFI Filter Instruction Manual.
Check that control cables and wires do not make contact with electrical
components inside the unit.
Ensure that the ground cable is connected to the
terminal of the frequency converter and motor.
For 200-400HP open chassis units, connect the isolator plates of the
protective cover and terminals as shown in Figure 6.1.4-11.
If a shielded power cable is used, connect the shield to the ground
terminals of the drive, motor and supply panel.
Ensure that the control cables and any internal wiring is in place before
reinstalling the cable cover or unit cover.

NOTE: For frame sizes M7-M10, transformer connections within the unit
must be changed if the input supply voltage to the drive is other than
the default supply voltage.
Voltage Code (VC)
2
5
6

Default Supply Voltage


230V
480V
575V

Page 30

Wiring

HV9000

6.1.4.1 Cable selection & installation for


UL listing
For installation and cable connections the
following must be noted. Use only copper
wire with a temperature rating of at least
60/75C.

Frame
M3
M4-M12

RMS Symmetrical
Voltage Maximum
Amps on Supply Circuit
All
35,000
All

100,000

Table 6.1.4.1-1 Maximum Symmetrical


Supply Current

Units are suitable for use on a circuit capable


of delivering not more than the fault RMS
symmetrical amperes shown in Table
6.1.4.1-1, 480V maximum. Terminal
tightening torques are provided in Table
6.1.4.1-2.

Frame

HP

Voltage

M3

All

All

Tightening Torque
(in-lbs)
7

M4B
M5B

All
All

All
All

7
20

M4
M5

All
All

All
All

7
20

M6
M6

20-25
30-40

230
230

35
44

M6
M6

30-40
50-75

480
480

35
44

M6
M6

40-50
50-100

575
575

35
44

M7
M8

All
All

All
All

44
610

M9

All

All

610

The isolated standoff of the busbar does not

withstand the listed tightening torque. Use a


wrench to apply counter torque when tightening.

Table 6.1.4.1-2 Tightening Torque

HV9000

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Wiring

L4

Frame

L1

L3

L2

Ground
Conductor

Utility
Cables

M3

All

M4
M4B

All
All

M5

All
15-25

M5B

Voltage

230/480

480
230

30-40
40-60

480
575

50-75
75-100
M7
M8

M9

Stripping Lengths
in Inches
L1 L2
0.47 2.2

L3 L4
2.2 0.47

0.24 1.4

2.4

0.6

0.6

230/480/575 0.35 1.6


230

25-40
20-40

M6

Figure 6.1.4-1 Stripping Motor and Utility


Cables

HP

0.6

1.6

0.6

480
575

1.6

0.6

50-100
125-150

230
480

200-250
125-150

480
575

300-400
200-250

480
575

350-400

575

Contact Factory

Table 6.1.4-2 Stripping Lengths of Cables


Loosen screws (2 places).
Pull cover bottom outwards.
Push cover upwards.

Figure 6.1.4-3 Opening the Cover of the HV9000

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Wiring

HV9000

M4, M5 Frame

Power card
Control card
Control I/O
terminals

Connect the shield


to the terminal
Fix the control cable
with a tie wrap

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

Utility cable
terminals
(L1, L2, L3)
Ground
terminals
(PE)

Fixing screw

DC link/Brake
resistor
terminals (,+)

L1 L2 L3 -

+ U V W

Motor cable
terminals
(U,V,W)

Fixing screw

Cable cover if Used


Control cable
Utility cable

Motor Cable
Brake resistor cable

Figure 6.1.4-3 Cable Assembly for Standard Open Chassis


3-15HP Voltage Code 2
5-25HP Voltage Code 5
2-10HP Voltage Code 2-8

HV9000

Page 33

Wiring

M4 FRAME

Control card
I/O terminals

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

Connect the shield


to the terminal
Utility cable
terminals
DC link/brake
resistor terminals

Fix the control


cable with a tie
wrap
L1 L2 L3 -

Ground terminal

+ U V W

Motor cable
terminals
Ground terminal
Rubber grommets

Motor cable
Brake resistor cable
Utility cable
Control cable
Figure 6.1.4-4 Cable Assembly for Standard NEMA 1 & 12
3HP Voltage Code 2
5-10HP Voltage Code 5
2-3HP Voltage Code 2-8

Page 34

Wiring

HV9000

M5 Frame

Control card
I/O terminals

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

Connect the
shield to
the terminal
Fix the control
cable with a tie
wrap

Utility cable
terminals

L1 L2 L3

- + U

V W

DC link/brake
resistor terminals
Motor cable
terminals
Ground terminal

Ground terminal

Rubber grommets

Motor cable
Brake resistor cable
Control cable
Utility cable
Figure 6.1.4-5 Cable Assembly for Standard NEMA 1
5-15HP Voltage Code 2
15-25HP Voltage Code 5
5-10HP Voltage Code 2-8

HV9000

Page 35

Wiring

M5 Frame

Control card

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

I/O terminals

Internal
cooling fan

Connect the
shield to
the terminal

Utility cable
terminals
DC link/brake
resistor terminals
L1 L2 L3 -

+ U V W

Motor cable
terminals
Ground terminal

Ground terminal

Rubber grommets

Motor cable
Brake resistor cable
Control cable
Utility cable
Figure 6.1.4-6 Cable Assembly for Standard NEMA 12
5-15HP Voltage Code 2
15-25HP Voltage Code 5
5-10HP Voltage Code 2-8

Page 36

Wiring

HV9000

M6 Frame

Power card
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

Control card
Control I/O
terminals

Connect the
shield to the
terminal
Fix the control
cable with a tie
wrap
L1

L2

L3

Utility cable
terminals
(L1, L2, L3)
Ground
terminals
(PE)

Fixing screw

DC link/Brake
resistor
terminals (,+)
Motor cable
terminals

Fixing screw

Cable cover
Utility cable
Control cable
Figure 6.1.4-7 Cable Assembly for Open Chassis
20-40HP Voltage Code 2
30-75HP Voltage Code 5
15-30HP Voltage Code 2-8

Motor Cable
Brake resistor cable

HV9000

Page 37

Wiring

M6 Frame

Control card
I/O terminals

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

Connect the
shield to the
terminal
Fix the control
cable with a tie
wrap

Utility cable
terminals
DC link/Brake
resistor terminals
Motor cable
terminals
L1 L2 L3 -

Ground terminal

+ U

V W

Ground terminals

Rubber grommets

Motor Cable
Control cable
Brake resistor cable
Utility cable
Figure 6.1.4-8 Cable Assembly for Standard NEMA 1 &12 20-40HP Voltage Code 2
30-75HP Voltage Code 5 15-30HP Voltage Code 2-8

Page 38

Wiring

HV9000

M7 Frame

Utility cable
Ground terminal
(PE)
Utility cable
terminals
(L1, L2, L3)

L1

L2

Power card
Control card

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

Control I/O
terminals

6
Connect the shield
to the terminal
Fix the control cable
with a tie wrap

L3

DC link/Brake
resistor
terminals (, +)
Ground
terminals
(PE)

Brake resistor
cable
Control cable
Figure 6.1.4-9 Cable Assembly for Open Chassis
50-75HP Voltage Code 2
100-150HP Voltage Code 5
40-60HP Voltage Code 2-8

Motor cable
terminals

Motor Cable

HV9000

Page 39

Wiring

M8, M9, M10 Frames

Control I/O
terminals
Control cable
grounding
Control cable
fixing
L1

L2

L3

PE terminal
for utility and
motor cables

DC link/Brake
resistor
cables

Insulated
(yellow-green)
grounding
conductor twisted
or shielded cable

Terminal
isolator
plates
Utility
cable

Control
cable

Motor
Cable

Figure 6.1.4-10 Cable Assembly for Open Chassis


100HP Voltage Code 2
200-400HP Voltage Code 5
125-400HP Voltage Code 6
Cable Assembly for NEMA1 & 12
100HP Voltage Code 2
200-400HP Voltage Code 5
75HP Voltage Code 2-8

Page 40

Wiring

HV9000

M8, M9, M10 Frame

Protective Cover
Fixing Screws

L1

L2

L3

Before Switching on the Utility Supply After Making the Cable Connections:
1. Insert all 10 terminal isolator plates A between the terminals as shown below.
2. Insert and fix the 3 protective plastic covers B , C and D over the terminals.

Securing the Terminal Isolator Plates


Bend the plate to
fit into the slot.
Release to lock it
into position.

Insert plate
into the slots

Terminal Isolator Plates

Figure 6.1.4-11 Cable Cover & Terminal Assembly for Open Chassis 100HP Voltage Code 2
200-400HP Voltage Code 5 125-400HP Voltage Code 6
Cable Cover & Terminal Assembly for NEMA 1 & 12 100HP Voltage Code 2
200-400HP Voltage Code 5 75HP Voltage Code 2-8

HV9000

Page 41

Wiring

M5 Frame

Control card
Control I/O
terminals

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

Connect the
shield to
the terminal

L1 L2
L2 L3
L3
L1

Ground terminals

Fixing screw

Control cable
Utility cable

V W

Utility cable
terminals
DC link/Brake
resistor terminals
Motor cable
terminals

Ground terminal

Fixing screw

Motor Cable
Brake resistor cable

Figure 6.1.4-12 Cable Assembly for Open Chassis 3-30HP Voltage Code 6

Page 42

Wiring

HV9000

M6 Frame

Control card
I/O terminals

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

Connect the
shield to
the terminal

L1

Ground terminals

Fixing screw

Control cable
Utility cable

L2

L3

Utility cable
terminals
DC link/Brake
resistor terminals
Motor cable
terminals

Ground terminal

Fixing screw

Motor Cable
Brake resistor cable

Figure 6.1.4-13 Cable Assembly for Open Chassis 40-100HP Voltage Code 6

HV9000

Page 43

Wiring

M3 Frame
Utility cable
terminals
(L1, L2, L3)

DC link/brake
resistor
terminals

Motor cable
terminals
(U, V, W)

Yellow-green
protective
cable

Yellow-green
protective
cable

Ground
terminal

Ground
terminal

Utility cable

Ground terminal
for the control cable

Motor cable

Figure 6.1.4-14 Cable Assembly for Compact NEMA 1


1-3HP Voltage Code 2
1-5HP Voltage Code 5
1-2HP Voltage Code 2-8

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Wiring

HV9000

M4B Frame

DC link/brake
resistor
terminals (, +)

Motor cable
terminals
(U, V, W)

Utility cable
terminals
(L1, L2, L3)

Yellow-green
protective
cable

Yellow-green
protective
cable

Ground
terminal

Ground
terminals

Motor
cable

Utility cable

Ground terminal
for the control cable

Motor cable

Figure 6.1.4-15 Cable Assembly for Compact NEMA 1


5-10HP Voltage Code 2
7-20HP Voltage Code 5
3-7HP Voltage Code 2-8

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Wiring

M5B Frame

DC link/brake
resistor
terminals (, +)
Utility cable
terminals
(L1, L2, L3)
Motor cable
terminals
(U, V, W)

Yellow-green
protective
terminal
Connect the
braided grounding
strap to the terminal
exposing no more
than 2 cm of braided
wire

Connect the
braided grounding
strap to the terminal
exposing no more
than 2 cm of braided
wire
Earth
terminals

Earth
terminals

Utility cable

Control cable
(other)

Motor cable

Control cable
(relay outputs)

Figure 6.1.4-16 Cable Assembly for Compact NEMA 1


15-25HP Voltage Code 2
25-40HP Voltage Code 5
10-20HP Voltage Code 2-8

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Wiring

6.1.5 Cable & motor insulation checks

6.2

1. Motor cable insulation checks.

The functionality of the terminals for the


HVBasic application is detailed in section
10.2. Basic connections are shown in Figure
10.2-1.

Disconnect the motor cable from terminals


U(T1), V(T2) and W(T3) of the HV9000 unit
and from the motor.
Measure the insulation resistance of the
motor cable between each phase
conductor, then between each phase
conductor and the protective ground
conductor.
The insulation resistance must be >1M
Ohm.

2. Utility cable insulation checks.


Disconnect the utility cable from terminals
L1, L2 and L3 of the HV9000 unit and from
the utility.

HV9000

Measure the insulation resistance of the


utility cable between each phase
conductor, then between each phase
conductor and the protective ground
conductor. The insulation resistance must
be > 1M Ohm.

3. Motor insulation checks.


Disconnect the motor cable from the motor
and open any bridging connections in the
motor connection box.
Measure insulation resistance of each
motor winding. The measurement voltage
must be at least equal to the utility voltage,
but must not exceed 1kV. The insulation
resistance must be > 1M Ohm.

Control connections

6.2.1 Control cables


Control wiring should be 20 AWG minimum,
shielded multicore cable. The maximum wire
size that the control terminal block will accept
is 14 AWG.

6.2.2 Galvanic isolation barriers


The control connections are isolated from the
utility potential and the I/O ground is
connected to the frame of the HV9000 via a
1M Ohm resistor and a 4.7F capacitor. The
control I/O ground can also be connected
directly to the frame by changing the position
of jumper X4 to ON-position as shown in
Figure 6.2.2-1.
Digital inputs and relay outputs are also
isolated from I/O ground.

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Wiring

Input
X4

10 Vref.
GND

L1 L2 L3

1M Ohm

+24V
GND
Control I/O Ground

Vin

Iin +
Iin -

DIA1
...
DIA3
DIB4
...
DIB6
CMB

Digital Input
Group A

Main Circuits
Digital Input
Group B

Iout +
Analog Output

I out DO1

Digital Output

RO1.1
RO1.2
RO1.3
RO2.1
RO2.2

U V W

RO2.3

Motor
Figure 6.2.2-1 Isolation Barriers
6.2.3 Digital input function inversion
The active signal level of the digital input logic
depends on how the common input (CMA,
CMB) of the input group is connected. The
connection can be either to +24V or to GND.

+24V

Ground ()

The +24V or GND for the digital inputs and


common terminals (CMA, CMB) can be either
external or internal (terminals 6 & 12).

Ground ()
DIA1

DIA1

DIA2

DIA2

DIA3

DIA3

CMA

Positive logic (+24V active signal).


Input is active when the switch is closed.

+24V

CMA

Negative logic (0V active signal).


Input is active when the switch is closed.

Figure 6.2.3-1 Positive/Negative Logic

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CONTROL PANEL

HV9000

7 CONTROL PANEL
7.1

Introduction

The control panel of the HV9000 Series B


drive has a Multiline Display with seven
indicators for the Run Status
RUN

READY ,

STOP

, ALARM , FAULT

and three indicators for the control source


Hand ,

Off

, Auto

The panel also has three text lines for the


menu location, menu/submenu description &
the number or value of the selected item.

The eight pushbuttons on the control panel


are used for controlling the drive, setting
parameters and monitoring values
The panel is detachable and isolated from the
utility line potential.
The display examples in this chapter show
only the text and numeric lines of the Multiline
Display. The Run Status indicators are not
included in the examples

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Indicate the family, group, and number of the vi ible parameter.


RUN lights when the motor is running.
shows motor rotation.
STOP lights when the motor is not running.
READY lights when input voltage is present and the drive is ready.
FAULT lights when a drive fault occurs.

HAND-OFF-AUTO shows the active control source.

UP

UP

UP/DOWN BROWSER

In the Monitor or Programming Menu:


DOWN

ENTER

DOWN

Moves in the main menu.

Hand-Off-Auto

SEL

START

Moves between pages inside the same


submenu.

STOP

Changes values.

In the Operating Menu:

LEFT MENU moves backward in the menu.

Changes values.
Hand-Off-Auto

SEL SELECT selects the drive control source.

ENTER

Hand selects Hand mode as the control


source.
Off is the default source when the drive is
first powered up. Selecting Off, stops the
drive.

START

Auto selects Auto mode as the control


source.

ENTER enters changed parameter values and


resets fault history. In the Operating Mode,
pressing the enter button for 2 seconds brings
up Password.
START starts the motor when the panel is the
active control source.
RIGHT MENU moves forward in the menu
and changes parameter values in the menu.

STOP

STOP / RESET
Stops the motor in Hand/Auto modes.
Resets all active faults.

Figure 7.1-1 HV9000 Control Panel

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7.2

CONTROL PANEL

Control panel operation

Data displayed on the control panel is


arranged in menus and submenus. The
menus are used to display and edit
measurement & control signals, set
parameters & reference values, and display
faults.
NOTE: For HVBasic operation, a maintained
closed contact or jumper must be
present at DIA3 and DIB6 to Start the
drive. Refer to Figure 10.2-1 for
additional details.

HV9000

The symbol M1 M8 on the first line of the


display stands for one of the Main Menus.
A arrow in the lower right corner indicates
that a further submenu can be accessed by
pressing the RIGHT MENU button.
A arrow in the lower right corner prompts
you to press the ENTER button until the
screen changes.
If the Operating Menu was the last menu
used (indicated by an O__ in the upper left
hand corner), P 1.17 Password must first be
accessed as detailed in Figure 7.2-1.

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CONTROL PANEL

V2
.. Output Frequency
V21 Calc Motor Temp

V1
Motor speed
61.6 %

M1
Monitor
V 1-21

Press

G0

P 1.1

P 1.1

SYSTEM PARAMETERS

Min Frequency

Min Frequency

M2
Parameters
G 0-1

G1

M3
Reference
R 11

R5
Reference
77.7 %

100.0 %

77.7 %

P 1-3

ENTER

P1.1
Min Frequency
..
P1.27 Power-up restart

BASIC PARAMETERS

P 1-27

Press

R5
Reference
100.0 %

ENTER

B2
Clr MWh Countr
Off

Press

M4
Buttons
B 12

B1
Clr Oph Countr
Off

M5
Active Faults
F 19

F1
1. Overcurrent

Scroll the Active Fault List

M6
Fault History
H 19

H1
2. Overvoltage

Scroll the Active Fault List

M7
Contrast
22

C
Contrast
17

ENTER

2-3 Sec.

B1
Clr Oph Countr
On

B1
Clr Oph Countr
On

02
.. Output Frequency
021 Calc Motor Temp

M8
Operate
O 121

Press
ENTER

2-3 Sec.

01
Motor speed
61.6 %

01
Motor speed
61.6 %

Figure 7.2-1 Control Panel Operation

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7.3

CONTROL PANEL

HV9000

Monitoring Menu M1

The Monitoring menu can be entered when


the symbol M1 is visible on the first line of the
Multiline Display. How to view the monitored
values is presented in Figure 7.3-1. All
monitored signals are listed in Table 7.3-1.
Values are updated once every 0.5 seconds.

This menu is meant only for signal checking.


The values cannot be altered using the
Monitoring menu.
NOTE: The values available in this menu are
also directly accessible in the
Operating menu Figure 7.10-1.

V2
.. Output Frequency
V21 Calc Motor Temp

M1
Monitor
V 121

V1
Motor speed
61.6 %

Figure 7.3-1 Monitoring Menu

Number Signal Name

Unit

Description

V1

Motor Speed

Motor Speed in %

V2

Output Frequency

Hz

Frequency to the Motor

V3

Motor Speed

RPM

Calculated Motor Speed

V4

Motor Current

Measure Motor Current

V5

Motor Torque

Calculated Actual Torque/Nominal Torque of the Unit

V6

Motor Power

Calculated Actual Power/Nominal Power of the Unit

V7

Motor Voltage

Calculated Motor Voltage

V8

DC-Bus Voltage

Measured DC-Link Voltage

V9

Unit Temperature

Heat Sink Temperature

V10

Op Day Counter

DD.dd Operating Days (max. 32,500 days)

V11

Service Days

DD

V12

Op Hours Counter

HH.h Operating Hours Reset by Button B1


(max. 23.9 hours)

V13

MWh Counter

MWh

Total Megawatt hours

V14

Megawatt Hrs

MWh

Total Megawatt hours Reset by Button B2

V15

Kilowatt Hrs

KWh

Total KWh Reset by Button B2

Service Days Reset by button B1

V16

Voltage/Analog Input

Voltage of Terminal +Vin (Terminal 2)

V17

Current/Analog Input

mA

Current of Terminals +Iin and Iin (Terminals 4 & 5)

V18

Dig Input A Status

Digital Input Status Group A See Figure 7.3-2

V19

Dig Input B Status

Digital Input Status Group B See Figure 7.3-3

V20

Dig & Rel Output

Digital & Relay Output Status See Figure 7.3-4

V21

Control Program

Displays Control Software Version Number

V22

Drive Option SW

Displays Software Version on Option Card

V23

Unit Nomnl Power

kW

Power Size of the Drive

V24

Calc Motor Temp

100% = Nominal Motor Temp. has been reached

DD = Full Days

Table 7.3-1 Monitored Signals Table

dd = Decimal Part of Day

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CONTROL PANEL

0 = Open Input
1 = Closed Input (Active)

V18
Dig input A Stat
011

Example:
Input
Terminal
DIA1
Closed

DIA2
Closed

DIA3
Open

10

Figure 7.3-2 Digital Inputs Group A Status

V19
Dig input B Stat
101

Example:
Input
Terminal
DIB4
Closed

14

DIB5
Open

15

DIB6
Closed

16

Figure 7.3-3 Digital Inputs Group B Status

V20
Dig & Rel Output
001

Example:
Input

Terminal

Digital Output
Closed (Sinking Current)

20

Relay Output 1
Open

21

Relay Output 2
Open

24

Figure 7.3-4 Output Signal Status

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7.4

CONTROL PANEL

HV9000

Parameter Group Menu M2

When the symbol M2 is visible on the first line


of the Multiline Display, the Parameter Group
Menu has been reached. Parameter values
are changed as shown in Figure 7.4-1.

Several parameters are locked, i.e.


uneditable, when the drive is running. If you
try to change the value of a locked parameter,
the text * locked * will appear on the display.

Push the RIGHT MENU button to move to the


submenus under Basic Parameter Group G1,
or use the UP/DOWN BROWSER button to
go to System Parameter Group G0.

You can return to the Main Menu anytime by


pressing the LEFT MENU button for 2-3
seconds.

Locate the parameter you want to change by


using the UP/DOWN BROWSER button.
Pressing the RIGHT MENU button again
allows you to enter the Edit Mode.
Once your are in the Edit Mode, the symbol of
the parameter will start to blink. Set your new
value with the UP/DOWN BROWSER button,
then confirm the change by pressing the
ENTER button again. The blinking will stop
and the new value will be visible.

The basic application uses only those


parameters necessary for operating the drive.
Entering your password allows you to access
Parameter Group 0.
If you are at the last parameter in a parameter
group, you can move directly back to the first
parameter in the group by pressing the UP
BROWSER button.

P0.1
..
P0.3

P0.2
Load Parameters
LoadDefaults
ENTER

G0
SYSTEM PARAMETERS
P 13

P0.2
Load Parameters
Select

P0.2

P1.1
Min Frequency
12 Hz

P1.1

Load Parameters
LoadDefaults

Min Frequency
33.33 Hz
ENTER

M2
Parameters
G 01

G1
BASIC PARAMETERS

P 127

P1.2
..
P1.27

P1.1
Min. Frequency
33.33 Hz

Figure 7.4-1 Parameter Setting on the Control Panel

HV9000

7.5

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CONTROL PANEL

Reference Menu M3

When the symbol M3 is visible on the first line


of the Multiline Panel, the Reference Menu
has been reached.
If the control panel is the active control
source, the % of maximum frequency can be
changed by changing the display value with
the UP/DOWN BROWSER button.

Note: The reference value cannot be


changed if a Smoke Purge Signal is
present at DIB4 (closed contact at
term. 14), when a PM Setback signal
is present at DIB5 (closed contact at
term. 15), or when the control panel is
not the active source.

R5
Reference
100.0 %
ENTER

R5
Reference
100.0 %

R5
Reference
77.7 %

M3
Reference
R 11

Figure 7.5-1 Reference Setting from the Control Panel

7.6

Buttons Menu M4

When the symbol M4 is visible on the first line


of the Multiline Panel, the Buttons menu has
been reached.

Pressing the ENTER button for 2-3 seconds


toggles the counters from On or Off, resetting
the counters.

Sub-menus B1 and B2 serve as virtual


buttons that can reset the drives operating
hours and mwh counters respectively.

B2
Clr MWh Countr
Off

Press
ENTER

2-3 Sec.

B2
Clr MWh Countr
On

Press

M4
Buttons
B 12

B1
Clr Oph Countr
On

ENTER

2-3 Sec.

B1
Clr Oph Countr
Off

Figure 7.6-1 Button Menu Setting

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7.7

CONTROL PANEL

HV9000

Active Faults Menu M5

The Active Faults menu is reached when M5


is visible on the first line of the Multiline
Display as shown in Figure 7.7-1.

If there are several faults at the same time,


the list of active faults can be browsed with
the UP/DOWN BROWSER button.

When a fault brings the frequency converter


to a stop, the fault code F__ and a description
of the fault are automatically displayed.

The display can be cleared with the


STOP/RESET button and the read-out will
return to the same display it had before the
fault trip.

M5
Active Faults
F 19

F1
1. Overcurrent

Scroll the Active Fault List


Remove Any External Start Signal Before Resetting a Fault to
Prevent an Unintentional Restart. Then Press
to Clear
any Active Faults and Reset the Drive
STOP

Figure 7.7-1 Active Faults Menu

7.8

Fault History Menu M6

The Fault History Menu can be entered from


the Main Menu when the symbol M6 is
displayed on the first line of the Multiline
panel, as shown in Figure 7.8-1.

The most recent fault has the number 1, the


second latest the number 2, etc. If there are 9
uncleared faults in memory, the next fault will
erase the oldest from memory.

The memory of the drive can store up to 9


faults in the order of their appearance.

Pressing the ENTER button for 2-3 seconds


will reset fault history. The symbol F__ will
then change to 0.

Figure 7.8-1 Fault History Menu


M6
Fault History
H 19

H1
2. Overvoltage

Scroll the Active Fault List


Press
ENTER

2-3 Sec.

to Reset the Fault History

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7.9

CONTROL PANEL

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Contrast Menu M7

When the symbol M7 is visible on the first line


of the Multiline Display the Contrast Menu
has been reached, as shown in Figure 7.9-1.
Use the RIGHT MENU button to enter the
editing submenu.

M7
Contrast
22

When the symbol C starts to blink, you can


change the contrast using the UP/DOWN
BROWSER button. The change takes effect
immediately. Press the LEFT menu button to
return to the M7 Contrast Menu.

C
Contrast
17

Figure 7.9-1 Contrast Setting

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CONTROL PANEL

HV9000

7.10 Operating Menu M8


When the symbol M8 is visible on the first line
of the Multiline Display, the Operating Menu
has been reached. The symbol in the lower
right hand corner prompts you to press the
ENTER button until the Operating Submenu
is entered. How to browse through monitored
values is presented in Figure 7.10-1,
monitored signals are listed in Table 7.10-1.

Values are updated once every 0.5 seconds.


Values can be changed in the operating
menu using the UP/DOWN BROWSER
button. To exit the submenu, press the
ENTER button until P 1.17 Password is
displayed, re-enter your password, then
press ENTER again

M1
Monitor
V 121

Output Frequency
.02
.
021 Calc Motor Temp

ENTER

Press

M8
Operate
O 121

ENTER

2-3 Sec.

01
Motor speed
61.6 %

Press
ENTER

2-3 Sec.

P1.17
Password
0

Figure 7.10-1 Operating Menu

Number Signal Name

Unit

Description

O1

Motor Speed

Motor Speed in %

O2

Output Frequency

Hz

Frequency to the Motor

O3

Motor Speed

RPM

Calculated Motor Speed

O4

Motor Current

Measure Motor Current

O5

Motor Torque

Calculated Actual Torque/Nominal Torque of Unit

O6

Motor Power

Calculated Actual Power/Nominal Power of Unit

O7

Motor Voltage

Calculated Motor Voltage

O8

DC-Bus Voltage

Measured DC-Link Voltage

O9

Temperature

Heat Sink Temperature

O10

Operating Day Counter

DD.dd

Operating Days (max. 32,500 days)

O11

Service Days

DD

Service Days Reset by Button B1

O12

Operate Hrs

HH.h

Operating Hours Reset by Button B1


(max. 23.9 hours)

O13

MW Hours Counter

MWh

Total MWh

O14

Megawatt Hrs

MWh

Total MWh Reset by Button B2

O15

Kilowatt Hrs

KWh

Total KWh Reset by Button B2

O16

Voltage/Analog Input

Voltage of Terminal +Vin (Terminal 2)

O17

Current/Analog Input

mA

Current of Terminals +Iin and Iin


(Terminals 4 & 5)

O18

Digital Input Status Group A

See Figure 7.10-2

O19

Digital Input Status Group B

See Figure 7.10-3

O20

Digital & Relay Output Status

See Figure 7.10-4

O21

Control Program

Displays Control Software Version Number

O22

Drive Option SW

O23

Unit Nominal Power

kW

Power Size of the Drive

O24

Motor Temperature Rise

100% = Nominal Motor Temperature reached

DD = Full Days

Displays Software Version on Option Card

Table 7.10-1 Operating Signals Table

dd = Decimal Part of Day

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CONTROL PANEL

0 = Open Input
1 = Closed Input (Active)

018
Dig input A Stat
011

Example:
Input
Terminal
DIA1
Closed

DIA2
Closed

DIA3
Open

10

Figure 7.10-2 Digital Inputs Group A Status

019
Dig input B Stat
101

Example:
Input
Terminal
DIB4
Closed

14

DIB5
Open

15

DIB6
Closed

16

Figure 7.10-3 Digital Inputs Group B Status

020
Dig & Rel Output
001

Example:
Input

Terminal

Digital Output
Closed (Sinking Current)

20

Relay Output 1
Open

21

Relay Output 2
Open

24

Figure 7.10-4 Output Signal Status

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CONTROL PANEL

7.11 Active Warning Display

ALARM

When a warning occurs, text with the symbol


A_ _ appears on the display. Warning codes
are explained in Table 7.11-1.

HV9000

The display does not have to be cleared in


any special way. The warning on the display
does not disable the normal functions of the
pushbuttons

.
Code Warning

Check:

A15

Motor stalled Motor stall protection.

Check motor.

A28

The application change has failed.

Choose the application again and push the


ENTER button.

A30

Unbalanced current fault Unbalanced line


load.

Contact your Cutler-Hammer distributor.

A45

HV9000 frequency converter overtemperature


warning Temperature >70C.

Check the cooling air flow and the ambient


temperature.

Table 7.11-1 Warning Codes

HV9000

STARTUP

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8 STARTUP
8.1

Safety Precautions

Before startup, observe the following warnings and safety instructions.

!
8.2

Internal components and circuit boards (except the isolated I/O terminals)
are at utility potential when the HV9000 drive is connected to the line. This
voltage is extremely dangerous and may cause death or severe injury if you
come in contact with it.

2
3
4

When the HV9000 drive is connected to the utility, the motor connections U
(T1), V (T2), W (T3) and DC-link/brake resistor connections & + are live
even if the motor is not running.

The control I/O terminals are isolated from the utility potential, but relay
outputs and other I/Os (if jumper X4 is in the OFF position refer to Figure
6.2.2-1) may have dangerous external voltages connected even if power is
disconnected from the HV9000.

Before connecting to the utility make sure that the cover of the HV9000 is
closed.

Do not make any connections when the HV9000 drive is connected to the
utility line.
Do not open the cover of the HV9000 immediately after disconnectiong
power from the unit, because components within the drive remain at a
dangerous voltage potential for some time. Wait until at least five minutes
after the cooling fan has stopped and the keypad or cover indicators are
dark before opening the HV9000 cover.

Sequence of operation

1 Read and follow all safety precautions.


2 At installation ensure:
That the drive and motor are connected to ground.
That the utility and motor cables are in accordance with the installation and connection
instructions as detailed in section 6.1.
That the control cables are located as far as possible from the power cables as detailed
in section 6.1.4. That control cable shields are connected to protective ground That
wires do not make contact with any electrical components in the HV9000.
That the common input of digital input groups is connected to +24V or ground of the I/O
terminals or external supply as detailed in section 6.2.3.
That a maintained closed contact or jumper is present at DIA3 and DIA6 to allow the drive
to start. Refer to Figure 10.2-1 for additional details.

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HV9000

3 Check the quality of the cooling air as detailed in sections 4.3 and 5.2.
4 Check that moisture has not condensed inside the HV9000 drive.
5 Check that all start/stop switches connected to the I/O terminals are in the stop state.
6 Connect the HV9000 to the utility and switch the power on.
7 Ensure that Group 1 parameters match the application by setting the following
parameters to match the motor nameplate:
Parameter 1.11 = the nominal voltage or the motor.
Parameter 1.12 = the nominal F.L. frequency of the motor.
Parameter 1.13 = the nominal F.L. speed of the motor.
Parameter 1.14 = the motor nominal current.
and the incoming power supply:
Parameter 1.15 = the nominal input supply voltage to the drive.
Parameter 1.16 = the type of power supply 1 or 3.
8 Perform either Test A or Test B without the motor connected to the drive.
Test A Control from the Control Panel.
Apply input supply power to the drive.
Press the ENTER button for (2) seconds, then press ENTER again to acknowledge
password.
Press the START button.
Go to the Monitoring Menu and check that the output frequency follows the reference as
detailed in section 7.3.
Press the STOP/RESET button.
Test B Control from the I/O Terminals.
Apply input supply power to the drive.

Press the ENTER button for (2) seconds, then press ENTER again to acknowledge
password.
Change control from the keypad to the I/O terminals.
Change the frequency reference.
Check from the monitoring menu at the control panel that the output frequency follows the
frequency reference.
Stop the drive by either opening the run enable contact at DIA3 or the interlock contact at
DIB6.
9 Disconnect all power to the drive. Wait until the cooling fan on the unit stops and the
indicators on the panel are not lit. If no keypad is present, check the indicators in the
cover. Wait at least 5 more minutes for the DC bus to discharge. Connect the motor
to the drive and check for correct motor rotation. If possible, perform a startup test
with the motor connected to the drive but not connected to the process. If the drive
must be tested with the motor connected to the process, perform it under no-load or
low-load conditions.

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Fault Tracing

9 Fault Tracing
When a fault trip occurs, the fault indicator is
illuminated and the fault code and its
description are displayed. The fault can be
cleared with the reset button or via an I/O
terminal.

The faults are sorted in fault history where


they can be viewed as detailed in section 7.8.
The fault codes are explained in Table 9-1.

Fault
Fault
Codes

Possible Cause

Check:

F1

Overcurrent

Check loading.
HV9000 frequency converter has
measured too high a current (> 4 In) Check motor size.
in the motor output:
Check cables.
Sudden heavy load increase.
Short circuit in the motor cables.
Unsuitable motor.

F2

Overvoltage

The voltage of the internal DC link of Adjust the deceleration time.


the HV9000 frequency converter has Enable overvoltage supervision.
exceeded nominal voltage by 35%:
Deceleration time is too fast.
High overvoltage spikes at utility.

F3

Ground Fault

Current measurement detected that Check the motor cables.


the sum of the motor phase current is
not zero:
Insulation failure in the motor or
the cables.

F4

Inverter Fault

HV9000 frequency converter has


detected faulty operation in the gate
drivers of the IGBT bridge:
Interference fault.
Component failure.

F5

Charge Switch

DC bus charging contact/relay is


Reset the fault and restart the drive. If
open while Start command is active: the fault occurs again contact your
Cutler-Hammer distributor.
Interference fault.
Component failure.

F9

Undervoltage

DC bus voltage has gone below 65%


of nominal voltage:
Most common reason is failure of
the utility supply.
Internal failure of the HV9000
frequency converter can also
cause an undervoltage trip.

Reset the fault and restart the drive. If


the fault occurs again contact your
Cutler-Hammer distributor.

In case of temporary supply voltage


break, reset the fault and restart the
drive.
Check the utility input.
If the utility supply is correct an
internal failure has occurred.
Contact a Cutler-Hammer distributor.

F10

Input Line
Supervision

Input line phase is missing.


Check the utility connection.
Parameter 1.16 is set for the incorrect Check parameter 1.16.
power type.

F11

Output Phase
Supervision

Current measurement has detected


that there is no current in one of the
motor phases.

Table 9-1 Fault Codes

Check motor cables.

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Fault
Fault
Codes

Fault Tracing

Possible Cause

F13

HV9000
Temperature of heat sink below
Undertemperature 10C.

F14

HV9000
Overtemperature

HV9000

Checking

Check the utility connection.

Temperature of heat sink over 75C. Check the cooling air flow.
For compact Nema 1 over 80C.
Check that the heat sink is not dirty.
Check ambient temperature.
Check that the switching frequency is
not too high when compared to
ambient temperature and motor load.

F15

Motor Stalled

The motor stall protection has


tripped.

Check for free rotation of the motor


and load.

F16

Motor
Overtemperature

The HV9000 motor temperature


model has detected motor
overheating:
Motor is overloaded.

Decrease motor load.

F17

Motor Underload

The motor underload protection has


tripped.

Check the motor, drive train,


load, etc.

F18

Analog Input
Hardware Fault

Component failure on control board.

Contact your Cutler-Hammer


distributor.

F20

10V Voltage
Reference

+10V reference shorted on control


board.

Check the cabling from +10V


reference voltage.

F21

24V Supply

+24V supply shorted on control


board.

Check the cabling from +24V


reference voltage.

F22
F23

EEPROM
Checksum Fault

Parameter restoring error:

On resetting this fault the drive will


automatically load the parameter
default settings. Check all parameter
settings after reset.
If the fault occurs again contact your
Cutler-Hammer distributor.

Interference fault.
Component failure.

F25

Check the temperature model


parameters if the motor was not
overheated.

Microprocessor
Watchdog

Interference fault.

F26

Panel
Communication
Error

The connection between the control


panel and the HV9000 drive is not
working.

Check the panel cable, reset the


panel.

F55

Protocol Not
Supported
(FLN(P1) only)

Application software is not


compatible with the installed
communication board.

Upgrade the software or obtain


different communication board.

F56

Paraset not OK
(FLN only)

Application parameters do not match Check that the correct application is


option board parameters
loaded with the correct option board

F57

Communication
Loss (FLN only)

Communication with network has


been lost.

Troubleshoot network connections


and communication.

F59

No/Wrong Option
(N2 only)

Option board ID number is invalid or


missing

Check that correct option board is


installed

Component failure.

Table 9-1 Fault Codes

Reset the fault and restart. If the fault


occurs again contact your
Cutler-Hammer distributor.

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10 Basic Application
10.1 General
The HVBasic application is the default
application set at the factory. Control I/O
signals are programmed with parameter
Group 1.

Parameters are explained in section 10.4.


The function of motor thermal and stall
protection in the HVBasic application is
explained in section 10.5.

10.2 Control Connections


Terminal
1
1-10 k
Reference
Potentiometer

Input Current
from Utility

*A
*B

+24V, 50mA

* 3-Position Switches

Hand Off Auto


A X
O
O
B X
O
X

X = Contact Closed
O = Contact Open

Potentiometer Voltage, etc.

Analog Input Voltage


(range = 0-10V DC)

Voltage Reference Activated when terms. 14 &


15 are open and Par.1.20 = Voltage

GND

I/O Ground

Reference and Control GND

Iin +

Iin

Analog Input Current


(range 4-20mA)

Frequency reference activated when Hand or Auto


is set to current Par. 1.21 or 1.22 set to Current

6
7

Control Voltage Output


I/O Ground

Switch Voltage, etc. (0.1A max.)

GND

DIA1

BAS Start / 3-Wire Start

Contact Closed = Start

DIA2

Hand / Auto

Contact Closed = Hand


Contact Open = Auto

DIA3

Run Enable / Off

Vin +

+24V

Reference and Control Ground

CMA

D1A1-D1A3 Common

Contact Closed = Run Enable/Disable


Contact Open = Off (3-Wire Ramp to Stop)
Connect to GND or +24V

12
13

+24V
GND

Control Voltage Output

Switch Voltage, etc. (0.1A max.)

I/O Ground

Reference and Control Ground

14

DIB4

Smoke Purge

Contact Closed = Start Drive (Select Par.1.6)


Smoke Purge Speed

15

DIB5

PM Setback

Contact Closed = Select Par.1.5


PM Setback Speed

16

DIB6

External Interlock

Contact Open = Locked out


(Coast to Stop)

CMB
Iout +

Common

Connect to GND or +24V

Output Frequency
Analog Output

Range 0-20mA/RL max. 500

Iout

20

D01

Digital Output READY

Open Collector (I50mA, V48V DC)

21
22

R01

23

R01

24

R02

25

R02

26

R02

18
19

+10Vref Reference Output

17

Description

10
11

READY

Signal

R01

Relay Output 1
RUN

Relay Energized = Motor Running

Relay Output 2
FAULT

Relay Energized = Fault Trip Occurred

GND terminals 3, 7 and 13 are internally connected.


For HOA control, a maintained closed contact or jumper must be present at DIA3

Hand Default = Keypad


and DIB6 to start the drive.
Auto Default = BAS
Connect CMA/CMB inputs to either logic high or logic low depending upon your application.
When a network or communication board is present in the drive,
Contact Closed = Auto
Contact Open = Hand.

Figure 10.2-1 Control I/O Signals

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10.3 Control I/O Signal Logic


Drive I/O
Terminals
DIB4
DIB5

Iin
Vin

Logic Signal
Reference Signal

Smoke Purge
PM Setback
Par. 1.20
Ref. Src. Hand

Keypad
Current (I)
Voltage (V)

Par. 1.7
Smoke
Purge

Par. 1.5
PM Setback

Network

Drive Speed

Hand

Keypad
Current (I)

Auto

Input Signals to Drive

Voltage (V)
Network

Par. 1.22
Ref. Src. Auto

DIA2
BAS
3-Wire

Par. 1.21
Start Src. Hand

Par. 1.19
HOA Control
Keypad
DIA2

Keypad

Network

Self-Start
Network
BAS Start /
DIA1 3-Wire Start

Hand

Drive Start
Auto

BAS
3-Wire
Keypad

Self-Start
Network

DIA3

Run Enable / Off (Ramp to Stop)

DIB6

Ext. Interlock (Cost to Stop)


NOTE:

10

Par. 1.23
Start Src. Auto

STOP

Keypad

Drive Stop

is always active but will be overridden by a Smoke Purge signal.

When DIA3 is not used for HOA control, a maintained closed contact or jumper
must be present at DIA3. If DIB6 is not used, it must jumpered to start the drive.
When Hand or Auto Self Start is selected, and power is applied to the drive, the
drive will start without a separate START command from the keypad or terminals.
Inputs DIA2 and DIA3 should be used together to ensure that the drive stops
when expected.

Figure 10.3-1 Control Signal Logic

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10.4 G1 HVBasic Parameters


Parameter No. and Name Range and Description

Default

1.1

Min Speed

0 Max 200%

20%

1.2

Max Speed

0 200%

100%

1.3

Accel Time 1

0.1 3000.0 Sec.


(t between Parameter 1.1 1.2)

60.0 Sec

1.4

Decel Time 1

0.1 3000.0 Sec.


(t between Parameter 1.2 1.1)

60.0 Sec

1.5

PM Setback speed

0.0 200.0%

20.0 %

1.6

Smokepurge speed

0.0 200.0%

60.0 %

1.7

Smoke P Priority

Low / High

Low

1.8

Current Limit

[0.1 x InHV9] [~1.5 InHV9] A


1.0 InHV9 A
(Where InHV9 = The Output Amp Limit of the Drive)

1.9

V/Hz Ratio Sel.

Squared/Linear

Squared

1.10 V/Hz Optim.

None / AutoTorqBoost

None

1.11 Motor Voltage

208 575
(Nominal Motor Nameplate Voltage)

208V / 230V /
480V / 575V

1.12 Motor Nom Freq

30 120 Hz
(Nominal Motor Nameplate Frequency)

60 Hz

1.13 Motor Nom Speed

300 30000 rpm


(Nominal Motor Nameplate Speed)

1705 rpm

1.14 Motor Nom Current

0.1 [~1.5 InHV9] A


(Where InHV9 = The Drive Current Rating)

Motor F.L.
Amps

1.15 Supply Voltage

208 / 220 / 230 / 240 / 250 / 380 / 400 / 415 / 440 /


460 / 480 / 525 / 575
(Nominal Input Supply Voltage)

(Drive
Dependant)

1.16 Supply Type

Single phase / 3-Phase

3-Phase

1.17 Password

0 32000

1.18 Set Password

0 32000

1.19 HOA Control

Keypad / Terminal [/Communication - if


Keypad
communication board is present]

1.20 Ref.source hand

Keypad / Current / Voltage / (Network)

1.21 Start src hand

Keypad / BAS Start / 3-wire / Self Start / (Network) Keypad

1.22 Ref.source auto

Keypad / Current / Voltage / (Network)

1.23 Start src auto

Keypad / BAS Start / 3-wire / Self Start / (Network) BAS Start

1.24 Number of Tries

0 10
(Number of Auto Restarts Allowed)

1.25 Trial Time

1 6000 s
(Multi-Attempt Maximum Trial Time)

30 s

1.26 Start Function

Ramping / Flying Start


(Auto Restart Method)

Ramping

1.27 Powerup restart

Disabled / Enabled (Flying Start)

Disabled

Set to

Keypad
Current

100.0% = Motor Nominal Frequency


Part of Automatic Fault Reset
Only shown when a communication card is installed.

Table 10.4-1 Group 1 HVBasic Parameters

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10.4.1 G1 HVBasic Parameter Descriptions


PARAMETER NO. AND NAME

RANGE AND DESCRIPTION

DEFAULT SETTING

1.1 Minimum Speed


1.2 Maximum Speed

0% 200%
0% 200%

(20%)
(100%)

Parameters 1.1 and 1.2 define the minimum and maximum motor
speed of the HV9000. 100% = Motor Nominal Frequency
Although the minimum and maximum speed can be set at any
value between 0 and 200, internally the minimum speed is limited
to a value between 0% and (max speed - 1 Hz). Setting the
minimum speed to a value greater than the maximum speed will
result in the drive calculating a internal minimum speed of (max
speed - 1Hz).
Similarly, the maximum speed is internally limited to a value
between (min speed + 1 Hz) and 0%. Setting the maximum speed
to a value lower than the minimum speed will result in the drive
calculating an internal maximum speed of (min speed + 1 Hz).
PARAMETER NO. AND NAME

RANGE AND DESCRIPTION

DEFAULT SETTING

1.3 Accel Time 1


1.4 Decel Time 1

0.1 3000.0 Sec.


0.1 3000.0 Sec.

(60.0 Sec)
(60.0 Sec)

Parameters 1.3 and 1.4 set the limit that corresponds to the time
required for the output frequency to accelerate/decelerate
between the minimum frequency set by parameter 1.1, and the
maximum frequency set by parameter 1.2.
PARAMETER NO. AND NAME

RANGE AND DESCRIPTION

DEFAULT SETTING

1.5 PM Setback speed

0.0 200.0%

(20.0%)

100% = Motor Nominal Frequency


The value set by parameter 1.5 is selected as the drive reference
only if DIB5 is closed and the drive is already running. (an
additional start command is not needed)
PARAMETER NO. AND NAME

RANGE AND DESCRIPTION

1.6 Smokepurge speed 0.0 200.0 %

DEFAULT SETTING

(60.0 %)

100% = Motor Nominal Frequency

10

The value set by parameter 1.6 is selected as the drive reference


only if DIB4 is closed.

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PARAMETER NO. AND NAME

RANGE AND DESCRIPTION

DEFAULT SETTING

1.7 Smoke P Priority

Low / High

(Low)

Low When set to low, the following signals will prevent a drive Run
command from being executed or will Stop the drive if it is
already running.

Off from the HV9000 Control Panel or from an


HOA switch DIA3 is open.

DIB6 External Interlock active DIB6 is open.


The drive will restart automatically if the smoke purge
command stays active (DIB4 is closed) and all interlocks are
cleared. The HV9000 will display the interlock status
messages in the following priority.
1 = External Interlock = DIA6 is open.
2 = Run Enable/Off = DIA3 is open.
3 = Smoke Purge = DIB4 is closed.
4 = PM Setback = DIB5 is closed.
High When set to high, all interlocks are overridden and the drive
will start, then accelerate to Smokepurge Speed.
The HV9000 will display the interlock status messages in the
following priority.
1 = Smoke Purge = DIB4 is closed.
2 = External Interlock = DIB6 is open.
3 = Run Enable/Off = DIA3 is open.
4 = PM Setback = DIB5 is closed.
NOTE: When the smoke purge command is On, all software
generated faults are continuously cleared.

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PARAMETER NO. AND NAME

HV9000

RANGE AND DESCRIPTION

DEFAULT SETTING

Smoke Purge Priority Set to LOW


BAS Start

Keypad, 3-Wire, or Self Start

Running
DRIVE
STATUS

Running
DRIVE
STATUS

Off

SMOKE Closed
PURGE
DIB4

Closed

SMOKE
PURGE
DIB4 Open

Open

BAS Closed
START
DIA1 Open

KEYPAD,
3-WIRE, OR
SELF START

RUN Closed
ENABLE/OFF
DIA3

Off

Start
Stop

RUN Closed
ENABLE/OFF
DIA3 Open

Open

EXTERNAL Closed
INTERLOCK
DIB6 Open

Closed

EXTERNAL
INTERLOCK
DIB6 Open

Smoke Purge Priority Set to HIGH


BAS Start
Running
DRIVE
STATUS

Off

SMOKE Closed
PURGE
DIB4 Open
BAS Closed
START
DIA1 Open
RUN Closed
ENABLE/OFF
DIA3 Open

10

EXTERNAL Closed
INTERLOCK
DIB6 Open

Keypad, 3-Wire, or Self Start


Running
DRIVE
STATUS

Off
Closed

SMOKE
PURGE
DIB4 Open
KEYPAD,
3-WIRE, OR
SELF START

Start
Stop

RUN Closed
ENABLE/OFF
DIA3 Open

Closed

EXTERNAL
INTERLOCK
DIB6 Open

Figure 10.4.1-1 Smoke P Priority Interaction

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PARAMETER NO. AND NAME

RANGE AND DESCRIPTION

DEFAULT SETTING

1.8 Current Limit

[0.1 x InHV9] [~1.5 InHV9] A

(1.0 InHV9 A)

Where InHV9 = The output amp limit of the drive as listed on the
HV9000 nameplate.
PARAMETER NO. AND NAME

RANGE AND DESCRIPTION

DEFAULT SETTING

1.9 V/Hz Ratio Sel.

Squared / Linear

(Squared)

Squared The voltage of the motor changes following a squared


curve from 0 Hz to nominal motor frequency. The
motor runs under-magnetized below nominal
frequency producing less torque but with reduced
electromechanical noise.
A squared V/Hz ratio is used in applications where
the torque demand from the load is proportional to
the square of the speed, e.g. centrifugal fans and
pumps.
Linear

The voltage of the motor changes linearly with the


frequency of the motor from 0 Hz to the nominal
motor frequency. The nominal voltage of the motor is
supplied at this frequency. A linear V/Hz curve should
be used in constant torque applications.
Speed reference selection
Field Weakening Point

Parameter 1.11

r
re

ea

ua

lin

sq

Frequency (Hz)
Parameter 1.12

Figure 10.4.1-2 Linear and Squared V/Hz Curves

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PARAMETER NO. AND NAME

RANGE AND DESCRIPTION

DEFAULT SETTING

1.10 V/Hz Optim.

None / AutoTorqBoost

(None)

None

No auto torque (voltage) boost is provided to


the motor.

AutoTorqBoost The voltage to the motor changes automatically


to allow the motor to produce sufficient starting
and running torque at low frequencies. Motor
voltage will vary depending up the motor type
and horsepower. V/Hz optimization is used in
applications where starting torque due to
starting friction is high, e.g. conveyors.

In high torque/low speed applications, it is likely the


motor will overheat. If the motor must run for a
prolonged time under high torque/low speed
conditions, special attention must be paid to motor
cooling. Use external motor cooling if the motors
operating temperature rises above its rated operating
temperature.

PARAMETER NO. AND NAME

RANGE AND DESCRIPTION

1.11 Motor Voltage

208 575V

DEFAULT SETTING

(Drive Dependant)

The nominal motor voltage listed on the motors nameplate.


This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is running.
NOTE: If the nominal motor voltage is lower than the supply
voltage, check that the motors insulation rating is
adequate for the supply voltage used.
PARAMETER NO. AND NAME

RANGE AND DESCRIPTION

DEFAULT SETTING

1.12 Motor Nom Freq

30 120 Hz

(60 Hz)

The nominal F.L. motor frequency listed on the motors nameplate.


This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is running.

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PARAMETER NO. AND NAME

RANGE AND DESCRIPTION

DEFAULT SETTING

1.13 Motor Nom Speed

300 30000 rpm

(1705 rpm)

The nominal F.L. motor speed listed on the motors nameplate.


This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is running.

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PARAMETER NO. AND NAME

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RANGE AND DESCRIPTION

DEFAULT SETTING

1.14 Motor Nom Current 0.1 [~1.5 InHV9] A

(1.0 InHV9 A)

The nominal F.L. motor current listed on the motors nameplate.


This value, along with the value entered for paramter 1.8, will be
used to calculate internal motor protection as detailed in section
10.5.1.
This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is running.
PARAMETER NO. AND NAME

RANGE AND DESCRIPTION

1.15 Supply Voltage

208V / 220V / 230V / 240V / 250V / 380V /


400V / 415V / 460V / 480V / 525V / 575V

DEFAULT SETTING

(Drive Dependant)

The nominal supply voltage connected to the HV9000.


Drive Voltage = 208-230V
Drive Voltage = 480V
Drive Voltage = 575V
This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is running.
PARAMETER NO. AND NAME

RANGE AND DESCRIPTION

DEFAULT SETTING

1.16 Supply Type

Single phase / 3-Phase

(3-Phase)

The type of voltage supply connected to the HV9000.


NOTE: If the incorrect type of voltage supply is entered, fault F10
Input Line Supervision will be displayed or the READY
indication will be missing from the display.
This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is running.
PARAMETER NO. AND NAME

RANGE AND DESCRIPTION

DEFAULT SETTING

1.17 Password

0 32000

(0)

When switching from the Operating Mode to parameter editing, the


password screen will be displayed prompting you to enter your
password.
PARAMETER NO. AND NAME

RANGE AND DESCRIPTION

DEFAULT SETTING

1.18 Set Password

0 32000

(0)

Entering a parameter value sets your password. Once set, it


cannot be changed unless the old password is entered first.

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PARAMETER NO. AND NAME

RANGE AND DESCRIPTION

DEFAULT SETTING

1.19 HOA Control

Keypad / Terminal [/Communication]

(Keypad)

This parameter selects the control location from which the


Hand/Off/Auto mode selection will be made.
Keypad = Control is from the HV9000 Control Panel Keypad. A
maintained closed contact or jumper must be present
at DIA3 and DIB6 to Start the drive.

DIA3 Closed Contact = Run Enabled,


Open Contact = Run Disabled.

DIB6 Closed Contact = Ext. Interlock Off,


Open Contact = Ext. Interlock On (Coast to Stop).
Terminal = Control is from terminals DIA2 and DIA3.
DIA2 Closed Contact = Hand,
Open Contact = Auto.
DIA3 Closed Contact = On, Open Contact = Off.
Communication= Control is from a network. This selection is only
available when a communication or network
board is installed in the drive.
When the keypad is used to change between Hand, Off and Auto
modes, there is a 2 second delay before the change becomes
active.
When the control terminals or the network is used to change
between Hand, Off, and Auto modes, there is no delay.
Parameter 1.19 cannot be changed while the drive is running.
NOTE: Inputs DIA2 and DIA3 should not be used independently,
as toggling DIA2 without opening DIA3 may not stop the
drive when expected.
DIA2
DIA3

10

Hand
X
X

Off
0
0

Auto
0
X

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PARAMETER NO. AND NAME

RANGE AND DESCRIPTION

DEFAULT SETTING

1.20 Ref.source hand

Keypad / Current / Voltage [/ Network]

(Keypad)

This parameter sets the speed reference for the Hand Mode.
Keypad = Speed reference is set by the UP/DOWN Browser
Keypad Button.
Current = Speed reference is set by the analog input current at
terminals 4 and 5.
Voltage = Speed reference is set by the analog input voltage at
terminals 1-3.
Network = Speed reference is set by network.
This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is running.
PARAMETER NO. AND NAME

RANGE AND DESCRIPTION

DEFAULT SETTING

1.21 Start src hand

Keypad / BAS Start / I/O (3-wire) / Self Start [/ Network](Keypad)


This parameter sets the Start/Stop control in the Hand Mode.
Keypad

= Start/Stop commands are set by the START and


STOP Keypad Buttons.

BAS Start = Building Automation Start/Stop from DIA1.


I/O (3-wire) = Start from DIA1, Stop from DIA3.
Self Start

= Drive starts automatically when Hand mode is


selected.

Network

= Start/Stop commands are received from a


network.

This parameter is cannot be changed while the drive is running.

The drive may start automatically when the run enable (DIA3) and
external interlock (DIA6) are cleared, and start source is set to
BAS, self-start, or network start (DIA). Other start sources require
a new start command after external interlock or run enable are
cleared.

PARAMETER NO. AND NAME

RANGE AND DESCRIPTION

DEFAULT SETTING

1.22 Ref.source auto

Keypad / Current / Voltage [/ Network]

(Current)

This parameter sets the speed reference in the Auto Mode.


Keypad = Speed reference is set by the UP/DOWN Browser
Keypad Button.
Current = Speed reference is set by the analog input current at
terminals 4 and 5.
Voltage = Speed reference is set by the analog input voltage at
terminals 1-3.
Network = Speed reference is set by the network.
This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is running.

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PARAMETER NO. AND NAME

RANGE AND DESCRIPTION

DEFAULT SETTING

1.23 Start src auto

Keypad / BAS Start / I/O (3-wire) / Self Start

(BAS Start)

This parameter sets the Start/Stop control in the Auto Mode.


Keypad

= Start/Stop commands are set by the START and


STOP Keypad Buttons.

BAS Start = Building Automation Start/Stop from DIA1.


I/O (3-wire) = Start from DIA1, Stop from DIA3.
Self Start

= Drive will start automatically when Auto mode is


selected.

Network

= Start/Stop commands are received from the


network.

speed
Par. 1.6
Smokepurge speed
Par. 1.5
PM Setback speed
Par. 1.20
Ref. source hand
Par. 1.22
Ref. source auto
Output Frequency = 0 Hz
RUN

On
Off
Hand

HAND/AUTO DIA2

PM SETBACK DIB5

SMOKE PURGE DIB4

Auto
Closed
Open
Closed
Open

time

Speed Reference Selection

Figure 10.4.1-3 Speed Reference Selection

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PARAMETER NO. AND NAME

RANGE AND DESCRIPTION

DEFAULT SETTING

1.24 Number of Tries

0 10

(0)

Defines how many times the drive will try to automatically restart
during the trial time set in parameter 1.25. If the drive restarts
within the trial time, the count is cleared after the trial time has
elapsed. If the drive does not restart within the trial time, the count
is reset after the drive is restarted.
1.25 Trial Time

1 6000 s

(0)

The time interval over which the number of restart tries will take
place. The time counting starts from the first autorestart.
1.26 Start Function

Ramping / Flying Start

(Ramping)

Defines the drive restart for an automatic fault restart ramp to


start or flying start.
1.27 Powerup restart

Disabled / Enabled

(Disabled)

If parameter 1.27 is enabled, DIA1 is set to BAS or Network Start,


and power is removed and restored, on power-up the drive will
return to the state that was active when input power was
disconnected. If a start command was active, the drive will restart.
Part of Auto Restart function. Only the following faults will be cleared by the Auto Restart Function.
F1 Overcurrent
F2 Overvoltage
F9 Undervoltage
F13 HV9000 Undertemperature
F14 HV9000 Overtemperature

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10.5 G2 HVBasic communication parameters


Parameter No. and Name Range and Description

Default

2.1

Network Address

Used for network address assignment when drive is FLN(P1) = 99


networked. See the communication protocol
N2 = 1
instruction sheet for default and range values.

2.2

Comm Timeout

Specifies allowable time lapse between


0
communications. If no communication is seen for a
time longer than specified in this parameter, a
communication loss fault is generated. See the
communication protocol instruction sheet for default
and range values.

Set to

This parameter applies to FLN (P1) Network Communications only.

Table 10.5-1 Group 1 HVBasic Communication Parameters


10.5.1G2 HVBasic communication parameter descriptions
PARAMETER NO. AND NAME

RANGE AND DESCRIPTION

DEFAULT SETTING

2.1 Network Address

FLN: 0-99
N2: 1-255

(99)
(1)

See the communication protocols instruction sheet for range and


default network addressing. For FLN information see publication
number TD.08H.31.T.E, and for N2 information, see publication
number TD.08H.30.T.E.
The default network address for an FLN (P1) Network Board is 99.
The default network address for an N2 Network Board is 1.
This parameter sets the network address for the drive.

PARAMETER NO. AND NAME

RANGE AND DESCRIPTION

DEFAULT SETTING

2.2 Comm Timeout

0-320 seconds

(0)

This parameter specifies the maximum time lapse between


successive network communications before a fault will be
generated for FLN (P1) network communications only.
0

10

= Disables the communication timeout - if communication


is lost, no fault will be generated. The drive will continue
to operate based on the last recieved command.

1-320 = If communication is lost, a communication loss fault


(F57) is generated, and the drive will stop.
This parameter applies to FLN (P1) Network Communications
only.

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10.6 Motor protection functions in


HVBasic operation
Motor thermal protection protects the motor
from overheating. In HVBasic operation,
motor thermal protection uses a constant
setting and always causes a fault trip if the
motor is overheated.
Your HV9000 drive is capable of supplying
higher than normal current to the motor. If the
load requires this high current there is risk
that the motor will be thermally overloaded.

I
Current Limit
(par. 1.8)

OVERLOAD AREA
IT

100% INmotor

45% INmotor

f
35 Hz

Figure 10.6.1-1 Motor Thermal Current


IT Curve

This is especially true at low frequency, as the


cooling effect and thermal capacity of the
motor are reduced. The motor thermal
protection provided by the HV9000 is based
on a calculated model which uses the output
current of the drive to determine the load on
the motor.
The thermal current I T shown in Figure
10.6.1-1 shows load current above which the
motor is overloaded. If the motor current is
above this curve, motor temperature is
increasing.

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Cutler-Hammer, a part of Eaton Corporation, is a worldwide leader providing


customer-driven solutions. From power distribution and electrical control products
to industrial automation, Cutler-Hammer utilizes advanced product development,
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For more information on Cutler-Hammer products and services, call 1-800-525-2000
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Cutler-Hammer
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania U.S.A.
Publication No. TD.08H.40.T.E
January 2001
Printed in U.S.A. / GSP 1632