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SR32

Line Regen Converters

SR32

....Instruction Manual

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 - Safety Precautions ............................................................................................ 1
2 - Component identification and specifications ................................................... 1
2.1. General description .............................................................................................................................................. 1
Figure 2.1.1: Diagram of SR32 with principal functional blocks ................................................................................................................. 1
Table 2.1.1: Converter sizes ...................................................................................................................................................................... 2

2.2. Features and functions ........................................................................................................................................ 2


Hardware features ................................................................................................................................................ 2
Software functions ................................................................................................................................................ 3
2.3. Principle of operation ........................................................................................................................................... 4
Rated output voltage operation ............................................................................................................................. 4
Figure 2.3.1: Power circuit configuration - PCC1 ....................................................................................................................................... 4
Figure 2.3.2: Power circuit configuration - PCC2 ....................................................................................................................................... 5

Reduced output voltage operation ........................................................................................................................ 5


Figure 2.3.3: Power circuit configuration - PCC3 ....................................................................................................................................... 5

2.4. Specifications ...................................................................................................................................................... 6


2.4.1. Standards ................................................................................................................................................... 6
2.4.2. AC input ...................................................................................................................................................... 6
Input voltage .................................................................................................................................................. 6
Table 2.4.2.1: AC input voltages .............................................................................................................................................................. 7

Input currents ................................................................................................................................................ 8


Table 2.4.2.2: AC input currents ................................................................................................................................................................ 8

2.4.3. DC output .................................................................................................................................................... 8


Output currents ............................................................................................................................................. 8
Table 2.4.3.1: Output currents ................................................................................................................................................................... 8

Output voltage ............................................................................................................................................... 9


Table 2.4.3.2: Nominal DC link output voltages ......................................................................................................................................... 9

DC link capacitors .......................................................................................................................................... 9


Table 2.4.3.3: Minimum value for DC link capacitance ............................................................................................................................. 9

2.4.4. Control section .......................................................................................................................................... 10


2.4.5. I/O accuracy .............................................................................................................................................. 10
Table 2.4.5.1: I/O linearity and resolution ................................................................................................................................................ 10

2.5. Dimensions and weights ................................................................................................................................... 10


Table 2.5.1: Converter dimensions ......................................................................................................................................................... 10
Figure 2.5.1: Dimensions for the two construction shapes ....................................................................................................................... 11

2.6. Watt loss and internal fans ................................................................................................................................ 11


Table 2.6.1: Power dissipation ................................................................................................................................................................. 11

2.7. Converter size selection ..................................................................................................................................... 12


Calculation based on motor output power ........................................................................................................... 12
Calculation based on inverter data ...................................................................................................................... 13
Calculation based on load cycles ........................................................................................................................ 14
Figure 2.7.1: Individual drive load profiles and the resulting time dependent sum ................................................................................... 15

3 - Ambient, transport, mounting ........................................................................... 1


3.1. Permissible Ambient Conditions .......................................................................................................................... 1
3.2. Storage, transport ................................................................................................................................................ 2
3.3. Disposal of the Device ......................................................................................................................................... 2
3.4. Mounting the device ............................................................................................................................................ 3
Figure 3.4.1: Maximum angle of inclination ............................................................................................................................................... 3
Figure 3.4.2: Mounting clearance .............................................................................................................................................................. 4

4 - Wiring Procedures ............................................................................................ 1


4.1. Removing the front cover .................................................................................................................................... 1
Figure 4.1.1: Removing the front panel ...................................................................................................................................................... 1

4.2. Power section ...................................................................................................................................................... 2


Table 4.2.1: Description of the power terminals ........................................................................................................................................ 2

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Table 4.2.2: Recommented cable cross sections for power terminals ....................................................................................................... 2
Table 4.2.3: Cable size admitted for terminals .......................................................................................................................................... 2

4.3. Wiring the device ................................................................................................................................................ 3


Figure 4.3.1: Control sequencing ................................................................................................................................................................ 3
Figure 4.3.2: Typical connection ................................................................................................................................................................. 4
Figure 4.3.3: Programmable I/O with relays and contacts ........................................................................................................................ 5
Figure 4.3.4: Programmable I/O with PLC ................................................................................................................................................ 5
Figure 4.3.5: Standard enable sequence for multi-inverter system using programmable digital output ..................................................... 6
Figure 4.3.6: Standard enable sequence for multi-inverter system using Device ready relay output ......................................................... 6

4.4. Regulation and control section ......................................................................................................................... 7


Figure 4.4.1: R-SR32 regulation card - components arrangement ............................................................................................................ 7
Table 4.4.1: Dip switch S8 - Adaptation of the regulation card to the device size ................................................................................. 7
Table 4.4.2: Jumpers on the R-SR32 card ................................................................................................................................................ 8
Table 4.4.3: LEDs on the R-SR32 card ....................................................................................................................................................... 9
Table 4.4.4: R-SR32 regulation card Plug-in terminal strip assignments ................................................................................................... 9
Table 4.4.5: Permissible cable cross-section on the plug-in terminals of the regulation card .................................................................. 10

4.5. RS485 serial interface ........................................................................................................................................ 11


4.5.1. Description ................................................................................................................................................ 11
Figure 4.5.1.1: RS485 serial interface ...................................................................................................................................................... 11

4.5.2. Connector ................................................................................................................................................. 12


Table 4.5.2.1: Description of the XS connector for the RS485 serial interface ........................................................................................ 12

4.6. Circuit Protection .............................................................................................................................................. 13


4.6.1. Fuses of the power section ....................................................................................................................... 13
Figure 4.6.1.1: Position of the super fast and slow fuses ........................................................................................................................ 13
Table 4.6.1.1: Recommended external fuses ........................................................................................................................................... 14

4.6.2 Fuses for operation with overload .............................................................................................................. 15


Table 4.6.2.1: Fuses for operation with overload ..................................................................................................................................... 15

4.6.3. Internal protections ................................................................................................................................... 16


Table 4.6.3.1: Internal protection components ..................................................................................................................................... 16
Table 4.6.3.2: Internal fuses .................................................................................................................................................................... 16

4.6.4. Control power protection .......................................................................................................................... 17


Table 4.6.4.1: Input current characteristics of the regulation section ...................................................................................................... 17

4.7. AC input Contactors .......................................................................................................................................... 17


4.8. Recommended mains chokes / reactors .......................................................................................................... 18
Table 4.8.1: Mains chokes ....................................................................................................................................................................... 18

4.9. Recommended autotransformers ...................................................................................................................... 18


Table 4.9.1: Recommended autotransformers ........................................................................................................................................ 19

4.10. Interference suppression filters ....................................................................................................................... 19


4.11. Indications on common bus system realization ............................................................................................... 19
Figure 4.11.1: Common bus multi-inverter system ................................................................................................................................... 20

5 - Converter operation .......................................................................................... 1


5.1. Keypad ................................................................................................................................................................. 1
5.1.1. Dignostics LEDs .......................................................................................................................................... 2
Table 5.1.1.1: Diagnostics LEDs ................................................................................................................................................................. 2

5.1.2. Moving inside a menu ................................................................................................................................. 3


Figure 5.1.2.1 Moving inside a menu ....................................................................................................................................................... 3

5.1.3. Displaying parameters / Changing parameters / Password ......................................................................... 3


5.1.4. Save parameters / Load default .................................................................................................................. 7
Figure 5.1.4.1: Parameters sets management ........................................................................................................................................... 7

5.1.5. Operating the device via the Keypad ........................................................................................................... 8


5.1.5.1. Enabling and disabling the converter ................................................................................................ 8
5.1.5.2. Failure register / Alarm reset ............................................................................................................ 9
5.1.6 Menu structure .......................................................................................................................................... 12
5.2. WIN SR configuration program ......................................................................................................................... 19
Figure 5.2.1: Possible operations on the parameters ............................................................................................................................... 19

5.2.1. PC requirements ....................................................................................................................................... 20


5.2.2. Software installation ................................................................................................................................. 20
5.2.3. User interface ........................................................................................................................................... 21
5.2.4. Desktop and menus description ................................................................................................................ 21
5.2.4.1. Menu File ....................................................................................................................................... 22

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5.2.4.2. Menu Parameters .......................................................................................................................... 23


5.2.4.3. Menu Data transfer ........................................................................................................................ 24
5.2.4.4. Menu Network ............................................................................................................................... 24
5.2.4.5. Menu Supervision .......................................................................................................................... 25
5.2.4.6. Menu Language ............................................................................................................................. 28
5.2.4.7. Menu Help ..................................................................................................................................... 28
5.3. Control from the terminals ................................................................................................................................. 29
Table 5.3.1: Enable terminals ................................................................................................................................................................... 29
Figure 5.3.1 Enables via potential free contacts ..................................................................................................................................... 30

5.4. Control from field bus interface ......................................................................................................................... 30


Figure 5.3.2 Enables via a PLC digital output .......................................................................................................................................... 30

6 - Commissioning, control description ................................................................. 1


6.1. Preparatory procedures ....................................................................................................................................... 1
6.2. Commissioning procedure ................................................................................................................................... 2
6.3. Control scheme description ................................................................................................................................. 4
Figure 6.3.1: Control block diagram ........................................................................................................................................................... 5

6.4. Tuning/Optimization of current regulator .............................................................................................................. 6


6.4.1. Part 1: No load ............................................................................................................................................ 6
Figure 6.4.1.1: Initial setup, PI regulator gains tuning: DClink cur ref and DClink current .......................................................................... 7

6.4.1.1. Rectifier mode tuning ....................................................................................................................... 7


Figure 6.4.1.1.1: Rectifier mode tuning: DClink cur ref and DClink current ............................................................................................... 7
Figure 6.4.1.1.2: Rectifier mode tuning: DClink cur ref and DClink cur act ................................................................................................. 8
Figure 6.4.1.1.3: Rectifier mode tuning, integral gain too high: DClink cur ref and DClink current ............................................................. 8

6.4.1.2. Regenerative mode tuning ................................................................................................................ 8


Figure 6.4.1.2.1: Regenerative mode tuning: DClink cur ref and DClink current ......................................................................................... 9
Figure 6.4.1.2.2: Regenerative mode tuning: DClink cur ref and DClink cur act ......................................................................................... 9

6.4.1.3. Pre-control tuning ............................................................................................................................. 9


Figure 6.4.1.3.1: Initial setup, Pre-control tuning: DClink cur ref and DClink current .............................................................................. 10
Figure 6.4.1.3.2: Inversion from Regen to Rect: DClink cur ref and DClink current .................................................................................. 10
Figure 6.4.1.3.3: Inversion from Rect to Regen: DClink cur ref and DClink current ............................................................................... 11

6.4.2. Part 2: At load ........................................................................................................................................... 11


Figure 6.4.2.1: PI current regulator gains adaptation function ................................................................................................................. 12
Figure 6.4.2.2: Tuning of Gain adaptation block parameters, Rectifier mode: DClink cur ref and DClink current ...................................... 13
Figure 6.4.2.3: Tuning of Gain adaptation block parameters, Rectifier mode: DClink cur ref and DClink current ...................................... 13

6.5. Circuit identification ........................................................................................................................................... 14


6.6. Tuning/Optimization of voltage regulators .......................................................................................................... 15
6.7. Feedforward control .......................................................................................................................................... 16
Figure 6.7.1: External feedforward connection ......................................................................................................................................... 16

7 - Parameters description ..................................................................................... 1


7.1. Basic menu .......................................................................................................................................................... 1
7.2. Monitor ................................................................................................................................................................ 2
7.3. Circuit parm ......................................................................................................................................................... 5
7.4. Control parm ........................................................................................................................................................ 5
Figure 7.4.1: Block diagrams of control parameters ................................................................................................................................... 6

7.5. Regulators parm .................................................................................................................................................. 8


Figure 7.5.1: DC link voltage and current PI regulators .............................................................................................................................. 9
Figure 7.5.2: Block diagram of DC link voltage State Feedback regulator .................................................................................................. 9

7.6. Limits ................................................................................................................................................................ 11


Figure 7.6.1: Current limits and Alfa limits ............................................................................................................................................... 11

7.6.1. Current limits............................................................................................................................................. 12


Figure 7.6.1.1: DClink current vs. Overload time function ........................................................................................................................ 13
Figure 7.6.1.2: DClink current vs. Pause time function ............................................................................................................................. 13

7.6.2. Angle limits ............................................................................................................................................... 14


7.7. Configuration ..................................................................................................................................................... 14
7.7.1. Prog alarms ............................................................................................................................................... 16
Figure 7.7.1.1: Enabling sequence: Main commands = Terminals ......................................................................................................... 20
Figure 7.7.1.2: Enabling sequence: Main commands = Digital ............................................................................................................... 20

7.8. Control config .................................................................................................................................................... 21


Figure 7.8.1: Feedforward control ............................................................................................................................................................ 22

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7.9. I/O Config ........................................................................................................................................................... 23


7.9.1. Analog outputs .......................................................................................................................................... 24
Figure 7.9.1.1: Formation of variables for analog outputs ........................................................................................................................ 24

7.9.2. Digital outputs ........................................................................................................................................... 25


7.9.3. Digital inputs ............................................................................................................................................. 26
7.10. Functions ......................................................................................................................................................... 27
Figure 7.10.1: DClink voltage error monitoring function ........................................................................................................................... 28

7.10.1. Signal adaptation .................................................................................................................................... 30


Figure 7.10.1.1: Links structure (X replaces 1 for Link 1 and 2 for Link 2) ............................................................................................... 30

7.10.2. Pad parameters ....................................................................................................................................... 32


Figure 7.10.2.1: Pads structure ................................................................................................................................................................ 33

7.11. Spec functions ................................................................................................................................................. 34


7.11.1. Test generator ......................................................................................................................................... 36
Figure 7.11.1.1: Test generator output ..................................................................................................................................................... 36

7.12. Options ............................................................................................................................................................ 37


7.13. Drivecom ......................................................................................................................................................... 37
7.14. Factory service ................................................................................................................................................ 38
7.15. Other parameters ............................................................................................................................................. 39

8 - Maintenance...................................................................................................... 1
8.1. Care ..................................................................................................................................................................... 1
8.2. Service ................................................................................................................................................................ 1
8.3. Repairs ................................................................................................................................................................ 1

9 - Troubleshooting ................................................................................................. 1
Alarms description and management ......................................................................................................................... 1

10 - Block diagram ................................................................................................. 1


10.1. Regulation card block diagram ........................................................................................................................... 1
10.2. Power section block diagram ............................................................................................................................. 2

11 - Parameter list ................................................................................................. 1


11.1. List of all parameters ......................................................................................................................................... 1
11.2. List of all parameters in numeric order ............................................................................................................ 12
11.3. Parameters in alphabetical Order accessible via keypad .................................................................................. 20

12 - Replacement parts .......................................................................................... 1


12.1. Hardware Configuration ..................................................................................................................................... 1
12.2. Regulation card R-SR32 ................................................................................................................................... 2
12.3. Power card P-SR32 ........................................................................................................................................... 3
12.4. Power supply card SW2-32 .............................................................................................................................. 4
12.5. Temperature sensor card T-LRC ........................................................................................................................ 4
12.6. Snubber card S-SR32 ....................................................................................................................................... 4

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1 - SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

WARNING!

Converters are electrical appliances for use in heavy current installations. Parts of the
converter are energized during operation. The electrical installation and the opening
of the device should therefore be carried out by qualified personnel only.
Improper installation may cause the failure of the device, material damage as well as
serious injury to people. Follow the instructions given in this manual and observe the
local and national safety regulations applicable.

WARNING! - POWER SUPPLY AND GROUNDING


In case of a three phase supply not symmetrical to ground, an insulation loss of one of
the devices connected to the same network can cause functional problem to the drive,
if the use of a wye / delta transformer is avoided.
1 The Regen Converters are designed to be powered from standard three phase
lines that are electrically symmetrical with respect to ground (TN or TT network).
2 In case of supply with IT network, the use of wye/delta transformer is mandatory,
with a secondary three phase wiring referred to ground.
Please refer to the following connection sample.

AUTO TRAFO
2U
2V

AC Main Supply

2W

L1

AC INPUT
CHOKE
1U

L2

1V

L3
Safety
ground

Earth

1W
PE /

NOTE:
1. Never open the device while the AC input supply is switched on. Capacitors of the parallel connected
inverters must be discharged before working on the terminals or inside the device.
2. Do not touch or damage any components when handling the device. The changing of the isolation
gaps or the removing of the isolation and covers is not permissible. If the front plate has to be
removed because of a room temperature between 40 - 50 C, the user has to check that no occasional
contact with energized parts may occur.

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

3. Protect the device from impermissible environmental conditions (temperature, humidity, shock etc.)
4. No external voltage should be connected to the output of the converter (terminals C and D).
5. Only capacitative load (DC link of the inverter) can be connected to the output of the converter
(terminals C and D).
6. Always connect the converter to the protective ground cable (PE ground) via the connection terminals
marked and the housing. The discharge current to ground is greater than 3.5 mA. A second ground
line must be provided in this case, in accordance with EN 50178 (VDE 0160). It is also recommended that the ground cable should have a cross section of at least 10 mm2.
7. The electrical commissioning should only be carried out by qualified personnel, who are also responsible for the provision of a suitable ground connection and a cable protection for the power
supply in accordance with the local and national regulations.
8. No discharge current tests should be carried out on parts of the converter. A suitable measuring
instrument (internal resistance of at least 10 k/V) should be used for measuring the signal voltage.
9. The converter should be properly protected by recommended fuses semiconductor protection type.
Others power components in the system, lines, contactor, mains choke, autotransformer ... should be
protected by line type fuses.

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

2 - COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION AND SPECIFICATIONS


2.1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The SR32 is a four quadrant three phase AC/DC converter for supplying constant DC link voltage to
ARTDrive series of inverters. The unit is also suitable to supply the inverters of other brands which
provide suitable DC input. The output DC link voltage of SR32 is kept constant within a specified range
even if the inverter operates in regenerative mode and supplies the power back to the DC link. The SR32
converter is designed for continuous operation in regenerative mode up to the full rated current of rectifier mode. This makes it possible to use a SR32 fed inverter in applications which require continuous
regeneration.
The SR32 converter is suitable to feed a single inverter as well as multiple inverter systems. Several
inverters can be connected to the common DC link provided by the SR32 unit. Regenerated power can
be exchanged between the motoring and regenerating drives and the net power is regenerated back to the
mains by the SR32 converter. An important energy savings for applications which require frequent
regeneration can be obtained.

SR32
1U
1V
1W

2U
2V
2W

RECT

REGEN

Figure 2.1.1: Diagram of SR32 with principal functional blocks


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Three phase ac mains supply input - according to the available voltage sizes.
DC link output - maximum output current/power according to the available current sizes, output
voltage according to the supply voltage.
Load section - only a capacitive load (i.e. DC link capacitor of the inverter) is permited!
Rect bridge - forward bridge - active when the converter operates in rectifier mode - positive
power flow.
Regen bridge - reverse bridge - active when the converter operates in regenerative mode - negative power flow.
Programable control section - Microprocessor based control board with suitable control algorithm.

COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION AND SPECIFICATIONS

The converters of SR32 series are available in two voltage ratings according to the mains supply voltage:
SR32-400-...- for ac mains supply voltage up to 400V, 3Ph
SR32-480-...- for ac mains supply voltage up to 480V, 3Ph
The available current/power ratings of the converters of SR32 series are listed in the following table:
Table 2.1.1: Converter sizes
DClink bidirectional output
Current
Power

Converter
SR32-400-185
SR32-400-280
SR32-400-420
SR32-400-650
SR32-400-1050

[A]

[ kW ]

185
280
420
650
1050

94
143
214
332
536

Converter
SR32-480-185
SR32-480-280
SR32-480-420
SR32-480-650
SR32-480-1050

DClink bidirectional output


Current
Power
[A]

[ kW ]

185
280
420
650
1050

113
171
256
397
641
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NOTE!

The current ratings in the table are related to class 1 service conditions (continuous).
See table 2.4.3.1 for class 2 service conditions (150% overload for 60 sec).

The basic technical data of a converter are stated on the identification nameplate which is composed as
follows:
SR32-400-650
SR32 line regen converter, three phase supply
400 rated AC mains supply voltage in Volts (class 1)
650 rated output DC link current in Amps
The principal converter data can also be read via parameters Rated mains volt (parameter 333) and
Rated conv curr (parameter 465) accessible from the keypad or from the communication interface.
The converter choice for given application is made on the basis of required output DC link current/power
as described in section 2.7.

2.2. FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS


The line regen converters of SR32 series are fully digital control devices. They have been developed
using the VeCon chip set optimized for drives control.
In the following, the list of features and functions of SR32 device is provided:

Hardware features
Monitoring and control
Keypad with backlit display (optional) or Diagnostic led module.

COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION AND SPECIFICATIONS

Standard I/O
2
1
4
4
4
2
1

programmable analog outputs


dedicated analog input
dedicated digital inputs
programmable digital inputs
programmable digital outputs
dedicated relay outputs
programmable relay output

Interface to optional communcation board


Support of Field bus with various communication protocols.
RS-485 serial interface
Integrated RS-485 serial communication channel with the proprietary SLINK-3 protocol
for connection with the Personal Computer. Multiple devices also of the other type can be
connected.
Isolation
Galvanic and high impedance separation between the power and the regulation section.
Galvanic separation between the regulation section and digital I/O terminals.
Temperature sensor
Linear temperature sensor for easy monitoring of the heatsink temperature for both bridges.

Software functions
Simple operation of the device
via Terminal strip
via Keypad
via PC program
via Field bus
Power feedforward control for improved performance in case of loads with high dynamic requirements.
Message storing of the last 10 faults and time stamp.
Protection functions, with separate configuration of the converter behaviour in the alarm situation.
Overload protection of the device based on the simulated I2t function with prealarm capability.
Startup display function.

COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION AND SPECIFICATIONS

Configurable analog outputs for monitoring, system interface, or driving analog meter.
Identification function (Self tune) for measuring the power circuit parameters and automatic calculation
of some regulation parameters for easy commisioning.
Internal signal conditioning ( gains, min/max limits, offset... ).

2.3. PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION


The power section of the SR32 converter, shown in figure 2.1.1., consists of the two thyristor three phase
full wave bridges connected in antiparallel, one for supplying the power to the DC link and the other for
regenerating the power back to the three phase mains.
Due to the theoretical restrictions on the maximum phase angle control for Regen bridge, the output DC
link voltage, when operating in regenerative mode, would have to be lowered with respect to voltage in
rectifier mode. To circumvent this problem, the input voltage of Regen bridge must be increased by a
factor 1.2 - 1.25 using a step-up autotransformer. This allows continuous operation at constant DC link
voltage irrespective of power flow direction.
Different power circuit configurations are possible according to the autotransformer connection and the
available output DC link voltage.

Rated output voltage operation


Rect bridge input connected to the mains, autotransformer connected to the Regen bridge input.
Throughout the following text this power circuit configuration will be refered to as PCC1.
This configuration is the recommended one and the control parameters in the device are optimized for it
in the default set-up.

RECT

1U
1V
1W

AC MAINS
INPUT
MAINS
CHOKE

DC LINK

SR32

OUTPUT

REGEN
2U
2V
2W

STEP-UP
AUTOTRANSFORMER

Figure 2.3.1: Power circuit configuration - PCC1

COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION AND SPECIFICATIONS

Rect and Regen bridge inputs are connected in parallel and are supplied through the autotransformer.
Throughout the following text this power circuit configuration will be refered to as PCC2.
If the mains with higher voltage than standard is available such that it would be equal to one after
autotransformer when supplied from standard voltage (e.g. use of 400V devices on 480V systems),
autotransformer can be omitted. Also in that case, rated output voltage can be achieved.
C

RECT

1U
1V
1W

AC MAINS
INPUT
MAINS
CHOKE

STEP-UP
AUTOTRANSFORMER

DC LINK

SR32

OUTPUT

REGEN
2U
2V
2W
D

Figure 2.3.2: Power circuit configuration - PCC2

Reduced output voltage operation


Rect and Regen bridge inputs are connected in parallel and are connected to the mains without the
autotransformer.
Throughout the following text this power circuit configuration will be refered to as PCC3.
Due to the considerations presented above, the converter output voltage must be reduced permanently by
a phase angle control.

RECT

1U
1V
1W

AC MAINS
INPUT
MAINS
CHOKE

DC LINK

SR32

OUTPUT

REGEN
2U
2V
2W
D

Figure 2.3.3: Power circuit configuration - PCC3

COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION AND SPECIFICATIONS

NOTE!

No parametrization to identity actual power circuit configuration is required.

The output DC link (C - D terminals) voltage for any configuration can be calculated approximately as:
V DCLINK = 1.34 VREGEN Reference_factor

where

VDCLINK

- output converter voltage (C - D terminals)

VREGEN

- line to line input voltage at Regen bridge terminals

Reference_factor - parameter ( max. value = 0.8 )

2.4. SPECIFICATIONS
2.4.1. Standards
Climatic conditions:

IEC 68-2 Part 2 and 3

Isolation distances:

IEC 664, IEC 664 A; degree of pollution 2

Interference imunity:

IEC 1000-4-2 and IEC 1000-4- 4, Interference immunity level 4

Oscillation test:

IEC 68-2 Part 6

EMC compatibility:
EMC Guidelines.

EN 68100-3, following the instructions contained in

2.4.2. AC input
Input voltage
Rect power bridge of SR32 converters in configuration PCC1 (figure 2.3.1) can be connected to the
three phase supply having the principal electrical parameters as listed in the following table in column 1.
It is recommended to match available mains voltage with the converter voltage rating.
Regen power bridge in configuration PCC1 (figure 2.3.1) must be connected through the step-up
autotransformer with the corresponding transforming ratio as listed in the table below. For the
autotransformer specifications see section 4.9.

COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION AND SPECIFICATIONS

In any configuration PCC1, PCC2 or PCC3 (figures 2.3.1, 2.3.2, 2.3.3), the voltage applied to Rect
and Regen bridge terminals must not exceed values given in column 3.
Table 2.4.2.1: AC input voltages

Converters
SR32-400-
SR32-480-

Power section
Rect bridge
(Term. 1U/1V/1W)
3 x 400 V +10 % -15 %
50/60 Hz 5 %
3 x 480 V 10 %
50/60 Hz 5 %

Power section
Regen bridge
(Term. 2U/2V/2W)
Autotrafostep up factor
1.2 1.25

Max voltage
(Term. 1U/1V/1W)
(Term. 2U/2V/2W)
500 V 10 %
600 V 10 %

Rgelulation
power supply
(Term. U2/V2)
1 x 115 V -15 %...
... 230 V +15 %
50 / 60 Hz 5 %
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For fusing requirements refer to chapter 4.

NOTE!

An input mains choke / reactor is mandatory equipment for operation of SR32 line
regen converters. See list of recommended mains chokes in section 4.8.

The short circuit impedence of the three phase supply must be such that when added with impedance of
the recommended mains choke, see section 4.8, the resulting voltage drop at full input current must not
exceed 5...6%.

NOTE!

Disregarding this requirement will result in the limitation of the converter performance in terms of the available output voltage.

NOTE!

To supply the regulation at 115V a jumper between terminals SA - SB placed on the


rear side of the converter must be inserted.

COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION AND SPECIFICATIONS

Input currents
The AC input currents for both Rect and Regen power inputs in configuration PCC1 (figure 2.3.1)
listed in the following table represent calculated equivalent RMS currents based on the rated output
converter current ( continuous service - IEC146 class 1).
It should be noted that due to the high harmonic content typical for this type of converters the true RMS
value of the input current may slightly differ from the one provided in table.
Table 2.4.2.2: AC input currents

Converter

AC input current
Rect bridge
Term. 1U/1V/1W

AC input current
Regen bridge
Term. 2U/2V/2W

SR32-...-185
SR32-...-280
SR32-...-420
SR32-...-650
SR32-...-1050

159 A
240 A
360 A
557 A
900 A

123 A
185 A
279 A
432 A
697 A

Regulation power supply


Power
Input current
115 V
230 V

110 W

1,2 A

0,7 A

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NOTE!

The AC input current for Rect and Regen bridge are different because the voltage on
the Rect bridge is higher then the Regen bridge.

2.4.3. DC output
The SR32 converter has been designed to feed a single or common bus connected inverters. Therefore
only capacitive load can be connected to its output terminals.
No series inductors, resistors or filters must be connected between SR32 converter output and the inverter DC link input. It is not possible to connect an external voltage to the converter output terminals.
The operation without any load is not possible. It is also not possible to connect in parallel the outputs of
more SR32 converters.

Output currents
The output DC link currents refer to the continuative operation with an ambient temperature 40C.
A current reduction must be applied for higher temperatures, see "Permissible ambient conditions".
Table 2.4.3.1: Output currents

Converter
SR32-...-185
SR32-...-280
SR32-...-420
SR32-...-650
SR32-...-1050

DC link current (Terminals C / D)


IEC 146 Class 1 *

IEC 146 Class 2 **

185 A
280 A
420 A
650 A
1050 A

160 A
242 A
364 A
563 A
910 A

* Continuous service
** Service with overload possibility of 150% for 60 seconds

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Output voltage
The nominal output converter voltage depends on the input voltage and on the power circuit configuration. It should also be considered that voltage tolerance specified for the input applies also to the converter output voltage. The values given in the table take into account also the voltage drop of 4% due to
the input mains choke at rated converter output current. The DC link voltage may be higher on transient
bases if a regenerative load is being applied.
Table 2.4.3.2: Nominal DC link output voltages

Converters

AC input voltage
(Terminals 1U/1V/1W)

SR32-400-
SR32-480-

3 x 400 V +10 % -15 %


3 x 480 V 10 %

DC link output voltage (Terminals C / D)


Configuration PCC1, PCC2
Configuration PCC3
with the autotransformer without the autotransformer
510 V
610 V

410 V
490 V
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The steady state accuracy on the output DC link voltage regulation with respect to the reference DC link
voltage depends on factors such as: stability of the mains voltage, stability of the load DC link current,
amount of the DC link capacitance of the parallel connected inverters, tuning of the inner current and
outer DC link voltage regulation loop. Typical steady state accuracy is 2%.

DC link capacitors
Recommended minimum value of the loading capacitor i.e. DC link capacitor for the parallel connected
inverter sections is given in the table bellow:
Table 2.4.3.3: Minimum value for DC link capacitance

Converter

Minimum value recommended


for DC link capacitance

SR32-...-185
SR32-...-280
SR32-...-420
SR32-...-650
SR32-...-1050

12
18
25
35
55

mF
mF
mF
mF
mF
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DC link capacitor has an influence on the achievable dynamic performance of the complete drive system
because it act as a temporary energy storage element.
Therefore, for the systems which require increased power dynamic e.g. acceleration, decelaration and
speed reversal with the short ramp times, additional buffering capacitors may be required.
There are no limits on the maximum DC link capacitor value admissible when the inverters are fed from
SR32.

NOTE!

For the indications and recommendation how to physicaly set-up a common DC link
connection see section 4.11.

COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION AND SPECIFICATIONS

2.4.4. Control section


Digital inputs (8)
Digital outputs (4)
Analog input

(1)

Supply
Signal
Choice

Analog outputs (2)

0 / 15...30 V
+ 15...35 V
+ 15...35 V
0... 10 V
0... 20 mA
0... 10 V

3,2...6,4 mA

(approx. 5 mA at 24 V)

20 mA max each output


0,25 mA max
10 V max
5 mA max each output

2.4.5. I/O accuracy


The resolution and linearity of the device analog I/O is given in the table below.
Table 2.4.5.1: I/O linearity and resolution
Resolution
ANALOG INPUT
Terminals 1, 2
ANALOG OUTPUTS
Terminals 21, 22
Terminals 23, 22

Linearity
0,1% of the full range value

11 Bit + sign
0,5% of the full range value
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Response / Update time

Analog input
Analog outputs
Digital inputs
Digital outputs

2 ms
166 s
8 ms
8 ms

2.5. DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHTS


Table 2.5.1: Converter dimensions

Converter
SR32-...-185
SR32-...-280
SR32-...-420
SR32-...-650
SR32-...-1050

Form

a
[mm]

b
[mm]

c
[mm]

a1
[mm]

b1
[mm]

Weight
[kg]

311
311
311
311
525

361
361
361
391
554

368
368
368
368
434

275
275
275
275
500

375
375
375
375
200

M6
M6
M6
M6
M6

18
26
30
31
63
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b1
b1

b1
1

c
a1

a1

Figure 2.5.1: Dimensions for the two construction shapes

2.6. WATT LOSS AND INTERNAL FANS


The values of the dissipated powers stated in the following table refer to the functioning with rated
current (continuous service - IEC146 class1).

NOTE!

The mounting should take into consideration a free space above and below the device
of at least 150 mm. The free air circulation must be ensured.

On the 1050 A unit, the fans must be supplied from the outside with a single-phase voltage of 230V 50/
60 Hz (terminals U3 and V3). See table 4.2.1 for fuses protection.
Table 2.6.1: Power dissipation

Converter

SR32-...-185
SR32-...-280
SR32-...-420
SR32-...-650
SR32-...-1050

Fans

Power
loss

Voltage

Rated
current

Air
capacity

Enclosure
ventilation area

PV [W]

[V]

[A]

[m3/h]

[mm2]

160
320
320
680
1050

2 x 22600
2 x 22600
2 x 22600
2 x 35400
2 x 53100

553
781
1038
1693
2590

Internal power supply

230

0.75

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COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION AND SPECIFICATIONS

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2.7. CONVERTER SIZE SELECTION


The SR32 - line regen converters should be used for applications which actualy require load energy
regeneration.
First, a converter voltage rating is selected. The choice is made on the basis of available supply voltage
400V or 480V. The converter current size is selected in fuction of the required DC link current or power
for given application. Three examples are provided:
Single inverter load
Single inverter load
Multiple inverter loads

calculation based on motor output power


calculation based on inverter data
calculation based on load cycles

Symbol legend:
PDCR
PDCTOTR
IDCR
VDC

Required DC link power


Total required DC link power
Required DC link current
Typical output DC link voltage according to Table 2.4.3.2 in function of the mains supply
voltage

VIN
MI
IN
cos()

Inverter AC input voltage


Maximum ratio between the inverter input and output voltage, max. modulation index
Inverter maximum output current ( IEC146 load class 1 or class 2 ) or Full load current
in case that is less than inverter maximum output current
Typical inverter output power factor at rated load conditions

Typical inverter efficiency

POUTM

Motor output power or recommended motor power for given inverter size ( continuous
service)

Typical motor efficiency

Calculation based on motor output power


Application setup: single drive - operation with motor of recommended power. The inverter DC link
input power in function of the motor output shaft power and at the same time required output power/
current for SR32 converter can be calculated as follows:

PDC =

12

POUTM
hM h I

(1)

COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION AND SPECIFICATIONS

Example:
Inverter type
Inverter AC input voltage
Recommended motor output power
Typical motor efficiency
Typical inverter efficiency

AMV32-4132
VIN
POUTM
M
I

400V
132kW
0.95
0.97

PDCTOT =

POUTM
13210 W
143 kW
=
hM hI
0.95 0.97
R

IDC

P
= DC
VDC

(2)

14310 W
=
= 280A
510V

(3)

Selected converter type according to table 2.1.1 and 2.4.3.1

SR32-400-280

Calculation based on inverter data


Application setup: single drive - operation with overload according to the IEC146 class 2.
The inverter DC link input power and at the same time required output power/current for SR32 converter
can be calculated using the inverter data as follows:

PDC =

3 VIN MI IIN cos(j)

(4)

hI

Example:
Inverter type
Inverter AC input voltage
Inverter max. output current IEC146 load class 2
Max. modulation index
Typical inverter output power factor
Typical inverter efficiency

AMV32-4160
VIN
IN
MI
cos()
I

400V
282A
0.98
0.9
0.97

COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION AND SPECIFICATIONS

13

3 VIN MI IIN cos(j)

PDC =

hI

IDC

3 400V 0.98 282A 0.9


0.97

178kW

(5)

P
= DC
VDC

17810 W
=
= 349A
510V

(6)

Selected converter type according to table 2.1.1 and 2.4.3.1

SR32-400-420

Calculation based on load cycles


Application setup: multi drive system - inverters driving the motors with different load profiles. System
design takes advantage of the fact that actually required load power at any time is less than total inverter
installed power. The required output power for SR32 converter can be calculated by finding the time
dependent aggregate power of all drive units by adding their load profiles and identifying maximum
required power:

PDCTOT = max

POUTM
POUTM
POUTM
1
1 +
2
2 +
3
3
hM hI
hM hI
hM hI

(7)

Example:
Inverter type
Inverter input AC voltage
Recommended motor output power
Typical motor efficiency
Typical inverter efficiency

14

three units
VIN
POUTM
M
I

AMV32-4037
400V
37kW
0.95
0.97

COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION AND SPECIFICATIONS

POUTM1
0

POUTM2

POUTM3

POUTM

max [POUTM ] = 80 kW

Figure 2.7.1: Individual drive load profiles and the resulting time dependent sum
(Vertical scale 10kW/div).
The load profiles of individual drives and the resulting aggregate load profile is shown in figure 2.7.1.
The required peak load identified from the figure is in regenerative mode and is 80kW. Since all the
motors and inverters are of the same type, the total required power/current is calculated as:

max [POUTM ]
8010 W
=
87kW
=
hM h I
0.95 0.97
3

R
DCTOT

IDC =

PDCTOT
VDC

(8)

8710 W
510V

= 170A

Selected converter type according to table 2.1.1 and 2.4.3.1

(9)

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3 - AMBIENT, TRANSPORT, MOUNTING


3.1. PERMISSIBLE AMBIENT CONDITIONS
Protection degree:

IP 20 at operating temperatures of 0 ... 55 C.


Converter must be installed in a pollution degree 2
environment.

Altitude:

Up to 1000 m above sea level; higher altitudes a current


reduction of 1.2 % for every 100 m of additional altitude.

Temperature :

Operation

Storage

Transport

Air humidity:

Operation

Storage
Transport

Air pressure:

1)

2)

Operation
Storage
Transport

Ambient temperature = 0 ... 55 C.


Over 40 C: current reduction of 1.25 % for every K over 40 C
( better than the 3K3 class per EN50178 )
Ambient temperature = -25 ... +55 C
( 1K4 class as per EN50178 )
Ambient temperature = -20 ... +55 C for devices with keypad
Ambient temperature = -25 ... +70 C
( 2K3 class as per EN50178 )
Ambient temperature = -20 ... +60 C or devices with keypad
5% up to 85%, 1 g/m3 up to 25 g/m3 without moisture condensation or icing
( 3K3 class as per EN50178 )
5% up to 95%, 1 g/m3 up to 29 g/m3
( 1K3 class as per EN50178 )
95% 1)
60 g/m 2)
A light condensation of moisture may occur for a short time
occasionally when the device is not in operation.
( 2K3 class as per EN50178 )
From 86 kPa up to 106 kPa ( 3K3 class per EN50178 )
From 86 kPa up to 106 kPa ( 1K4 class per EN50178 )
From 70 kPa up to 106 kPa ( 2K3 class per EN50178 )

Greatest relative air humidity occurs with the temperature 40 C or if the temperature of the device
is brought immediately from -25 C to +30 C.
Greatest absolute air humidity if the device is brought immediately from +70 C to +15 C.

AMBIENT TRANSPORT MOUNTING

3.2. STORAGE, TRANSPORT


A high degree of care is taken in packing the converters of the SR32 series and preparing them for
delivery. They should only be transported with suitable transport equipment (see weight data). Observe
the instructions printed on the packaging.
This also applies when the device is unpacked up to when it is installed in the control cabinet.
On delivery check the following:
- the packaging for any external damage
- whether the delivery note matches your order.
Open the packaging with suitable tools. Check whether
- any parts were damaged during transport
- the device type corresponds to your order
In the event of any damage or of an incomplete or incorrect delivery please notify the sales offices
responsible immediately.
The devices should only be stored in dry rooms within the temperature ranges specified.

NOTE!

A certain degree of moisture condensation is permissible if this arises from changes


in temperature (see section Permissible Ambient Conditions) This does not,
however, apply when the devices are in operation. Ensure always that there is no
moisture condensation in devices that are connected to the power supply!

3.3. DISPOSAL OF THE DEVICE


The SR32 converters can be disposed as electronic scraps in accordance with the currently valid national
regulations for the disposal of electronic parts.

AMBIENT TRANSPORT MOUNTING

3.4. MOUNTING THE DEVICE

NOTE!

The dimensions and weights specifed in this manual should be taken into consideration when the device is mounted. The technical equipment required (carriage or crane
for large weights) should be used. Improper handling and the use of unsuitable tools
may cause damage.
max. 30

Figure 3.4.1: Maximum angle of inclination

The maximum angle of inclination is 30.

The converters must be mounted in such a way that the free flow of air is ensured.

The clearance to the device must be at least 150 mm .


A space of at least 50 mm must be ensured at the front.

Devices that generate a large amount of heat must not be mounted close to the converter.

NOTE!

Mounting screws should be re-tightened after a few days of operation.

NOTE!

For mounting in a system follow the local and national safety regulations.

AMBIENT TRANSPORT MOUNTING

150 mm

10 mm

150 mm

10 mm

50 mm
Cooling air
40C

Figure 3.4.2: Mounting clearance

AMBIENT TRANSPORT MOUNTING

4 - WIRING PROCEDURES
4.1. REMOVING THE FRONT COVER
The plastic protection and front cover of the device must be removed to make the electrical connections
and to mount the option card.

NOTE!

Observe the safety instructions and warnings given in this manual. The devices can
be opened without the use of force. Use only the tools specified.

C(+)

D(-)

DC Link Terminals

3
1

1U 2U 1V 2U 1W 1W

Input Terminals

1,5 Nm

Figure 4.1.1: Removing the front panel

To remove the lower device cover, remove the screws

and

, lift cover

, and open it to the front.

WIRING PROCEDURES

4.2. POWER SECTION


Table 4.2.1: Description of the power terminals
Designation

Function

I/Q

1U, 1V, 1W
2U, 2V, 2W
C, D
U2, V2

Rect bridge connection to the mains


Regen bridge connection to the mains
DC link connection / Inverter
Regulation section supply

I see table 2.4.2.1 see table 2.4.2.2


I/Q see table 2.4.2.1 see table 2.4.2.2
Q see table 2.4.3.1 see table 2.4.3.2
I
1 x 115V -10% see table 4.6.4.1
1 x 230V +10%
I
1 x 230V AC
1A AC11
Q
250 VAC
1A AC11

U3, V3
35 / 36

Connection for internal fan (1050 A only)


Contact without potential of DEVICE READY relay
Open = Not ready
Closed = Ready
Contact without potential of RELAY 2,
programmable digital output, contactor control
default configuration "Contactor"
Internal fuses intervention signalling (1050 A only)
Open = Fuses blown
Closed = Fuses ok
Contact without potential of DEVICE HEALTHY relay
Open = Not healthy
Closed = Healthy

75 / 76

81 / 82
85 / 86

Max voltage

Max current

250 VAC

1A AC11

250 VAC

1A AC11

250 VAC

1A AC11
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Table 4.2.2: Recommented cable cross sections for power terminals

Converter
SR32-...-185
SR32-...-280
SR32-...-420
SR32-...-650
SR32-...-1050

Mains connection
1U, 1V, 1W 2U, 2V, 2W
AWG
Screws
mm2
67
2 x 43
152
2 x 85
2 x 177
4 x 130

2/0
2x1
300
2 x 3/0
2 x 350
4 x 250

M6
M8
M10
M10
M10

DC link connection
C , D
2
AWG
Screws
mm
85
2 x 55
177
2 x 110
2 x 254
4 x 177

3/0
2 x 1/0
350
2 x 410
2 x 500
4 x 350

Ground connection
PE
2
AWG
Screws
mm

M6
M8

42
55

1
1/0

M10
M10

M10
M10
M10

110
254
2 x 177

4/0
500
2 x 350

M10
M10
M10
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NOTE!

Recommended cable cross-sections for the connection of converter power terminals


has been calculated based on the rated current for the terminal concerned, for the
cables with maximum operation temperature 90C. For different temperature class,
different cable cross-sections apply. In case that bars are used they should also satisfy
recommended cross-sections. Use copper conductors only.

NOTE!

Use only wire terminals UL listed and CSA approved if required. Tightening
torque for screws M6, M8, M10 is 10Nm, 18Nm, 25Nm respectively.
Table 4.2.3: Cable size admitted for terminals
Max connection cable section

Terminals
PE
U2, V2, U3, V3,
35, 36, 75, 76, 81, 82, 85, 86

Tightening torque

flexible [mm2]
2.5...10

multi-core [mm2]
2.5...10

AWG
12...8

[Nm]
Faston

0.14...1.5

0.14...2.5

26...14

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4.3. WIRING THE DEVICE

K2

A2

A2
A2

K1M
K1

A2

A1
A1

G1

76

75

K0

L00

EMERGENCY

82

1050A
only

L01

81

G1

S0

1050A
only

K0

Q1

Q2

A1

K1

DISABLE
OFF

ENABLE
ON

A1

S2

K0

S1

L00

L01

K2

Wire the converter in accordance with the standard connection diagrams, figures 4.3.1 and 4.3.2.
Furthermore, the user is responsable for ensuring that units are installed and connected in accordance
with the technical regulations recognized in the country of installation.

Figure 4.3.1: Control sequencing

WIRING PROCEDURES

Figure 4.3.2: Typical connection

WIRING PROCEDURES

Q1M

F3

G1

F2

F1

L1

K1M

NOT REQUIRED FOR


1050A DEVICES
(INTERNAL FUSES)

MAINS CHOKE

CONTACTOR

/C

AT

2U 2V 2W

AUTO
TRAFO
1.2-1.25

/D

Regen Bridge

INVERTER

Rect Bridge

1U 1V 1W

/C

81

T1

400V

480V

PE

U3 V3

INVERTER

Keypad

1050A only

82

Q2

Q1

/D

RS 485

230V

3
5

L01

SMPS

U2 V2

76

36

1
37

3
38

Programable

Relay 2
(Contactor)

75

L00

85
86
35

36

31

K2

32

K1M

33

34

35

18

39

40

COM DI

Digital inputs

Device
Healthy

41

1
42

4
44

3
43

45

46

COM DO

Programable Digital outputs

Device
Ready

Enable

21

Reduce

22

23

Programable
Analog outputs

Contactor

COM ID

FF input

Dedicated
Analog input

External
Fault

10

0V24

20

11

+24V

19

PE

MAIN SWITCH

L3
PE

L3

L1
L2

L1

L2

23

22

21

45

41

42

43

44

R-SR32

36

37

38

39

+ 24 V

Supply

Programmable
Digital inputs

40

46

19

0 V 24

Programmable
Digital outputs

Programmable
Analog outputs

18

+ 24 V
0V

Figure 4.3.3: Programmable I/O with relays and contacts

Programmable
Digital outputs

Analog inputs

44

40

0V

ID 4

Digital Inputs

46

36

37

38

39

QD 4

43

QD 3

42

QD 2

41

R-SR32

QD 1

Supply

ID 3

ID 2

45

ID 1

23

0V

22

IA 1

21

IA 2

Programmable
Digital inputs

+ 24 V

Programmable
Analog outputs

Digital Outputs

SPS / PLC

Figure 4.3.4: Programmable I/O with PLC

WIRING PROCEDURES

L.E. - local enable


G.E. - global enable
AMV32

Enable
COM ID

12 16

12 16

12 16

0V 24

41 45 46 18 19

DO

Enable
COM ID

AMV32

Enable
COM ID

AMV32

+24

SUPPLY DO

COM DO

SR32

G.E.

L.E.

L.E.

L.E.

Figure 4.3.5: Standard enable sequence for multi-inverter system using programmable digital output
Digital output 1 (terminal 41) set to Device ready

L.E. - local enable


G.E. - global enable

AMV32

35

G.E.

Enable

COM ID

Enable

COM ID

OV 24

+24

AMV32

COM ID

Device
Ready

AMV32

Enable

SR32

12

16

12

16

12

16

18

19

36

L.E.

L.E.

L.E.

Figure 4.3.6: Standard enable sequence for multi-inverter system using Device ready relay output

NOTE!

It is recommended to use a standard enabling sequence wiring to enable the inverters


operated from the common DC bus. Some device functions presume this connection
and are easier to use in this configuration. If the enable for inverters is made through
high level control (Field bus) it should always be conditioned by the state of Device
ready parameter of the converter.

WIRING PROCEDURES

4.4. REGULATION AND CONTROL SECTION

XR

XA

XT

XY7

XY21

XY6

XY22

S3

D1

XY20

XY19
XY11

S2

A
XY8 XY9

ON

OFF

XY5

XY14

S37

XY13

S8
1

XY18
S1

XY17
XY3

XY4

XY24

XY23

S39 B

D2

D4

X0

XY16

S35

S34

S33

XY1

XY2

D3

S38

XY15
PWR
RST

S36
XY10

S12

S19

R-SR32
S18

XY12

RS485

S13

S15

S31

S9

S32

S29
A

S30

B
A
B

XS
1 2 10 11 18 19 20 21 22 23

31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

Figure 4.4.1: R-SR32 regulation card - components arrangement


Table 4.4.1: Dip switch S8 - Adaptation of the regulation card to the device size
Converter
SR32-400-185
SR32-400-280
SR32-400-420
SR32-400-650
SR32-400-1050

S8-1
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF

S8-2
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF

S8-3
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON

S8-4
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON

S8-5
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF

SR32-480-185
SR32-480-280
SR32-480-420
SR32-480-650
SR32-480-1050

ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF

OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF

ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON

OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON

OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF

S8-8

OFF

ON

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NOTE!

Manufacturer doesnt take any responsability for the destruction of the device in case
that switch S8 has not been set correctly.

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The devices are factory set for proper size. When fitting a regulator card as a spare, remember to set
switch S8 properly!
Table 4.4.2: Jumpers on the R-SR32 card

Designation
S1
S2
S3
S9

S 12 / S 13

S 15
S 18 / S 19

S 29, S 30

S 31

S 32

S 33
S 34
S 35
S 36
S 37
S 38
S 39

S40-1
S40-2
S40-3
S40-4
Trimmer
ON
*

Function
Only for test purposes, the setting must not be changed!
Only for test purposes, the setting must not be changed!
Only for test purposes, the setting must not be changed!
Signal adaptation for analog FF input (Terminals 1 and 2)
ON
- 20 mA ... +20 mA
OFF
- 10V ... +10V
Terminating resistor for the serial interface RS485
ON
Interface terminated with resistor
OFF
Interface not terminated
The jumper has to be mounted when the RS485 serial interface is used
The jumper has to be removed when the PCI 232 interface is used
Selection of the internal/external supply of the RS485 serial interface
A side
Serial interface supplied from the outside (PIN 5 and 9)
and galvanicaly divided form the regulation section.
B side
Serial interface supplied from the inside and connected to
the potential reference point of the regulation. PIN 5 and
9 are used to supply the adaptor of the serial interface.
Tx / Rx serial line
ON
When the PCI232 interface is used
OFF
When the RS485 serial interface is used
Filter configuration for Analog output 2
A side
RC-filter 1
B side
RC-filter 2
Filter configuration for Analog output 1
A side
RC-filter 1
B side
RC-filter 2
Only for test purposes, the setting must not be changed!
Only for test purposes, the setting must not be changed!
Only for test purposes, the setting must not be changed!
Only for test purposes, the setting must not be changed!
Only for test purposes, the setting must not be changed!
Only for test purposes, the setting must not be changed!
Only for test purposes, the setting must not be changed!

Factory
OFF
A*
B*
OFF

OFF
ON

OFF

A
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
A

Reserved

S40-1=ON
S40-2=OFF
S40-3=ON
S40-4=OFF

Reserved for factory setting only

Half position

R249
Mounted Jumper
OFF
Not mounted Jumper
The position of S2 and S3 jumpers depends on the EPROM used.

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On some converters the S40 switch is mounted on the ZC-SENS board, in this case its name is S1.

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Table 4.4.3: LEDs on the R-SR32 card


Designation
PWR
RST
RS485

Function
On when the +5V voltage is present at the right value
On when the signal RST is active
On when the RS485 serial interface is supplied
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Table 4.4.4: R-SR32 regulation card Plug-in terminal strip assignments

Terminal
designation
1+2
FF input
10
11
18
0V 24
19
+24V
20
21 + 22
Analog output 1
23 + 22
Analog output 2
31
Enable
32
Contactor
33
Reduce
34
External fault
35
COM ID
36
Digital input 1
37
Digital input 2
38
Digital input 3

Function

I/Q

Max
voltage

10V

Max
current
0.25mA
(20mA with
curr. input)

+20...30V

200 mA

10V

5mA

10V

5mA

Dedicated analog input for power Feedforward signal

Screen connection (PE) (connected with housing)


Internal 0V
Reference point of the 24V supply
on terminal 19
Supply +24V
Reference point: Terminal 18
Screen connection (PE) (connected with housing)
Analog output 1
Reference point: Terminal 22
Factory set for "DClink cur ref" (*)
Analog output 2
Reference point: Terminal 22
Factory set for "DClink currrent" (*)
Converter enable
0V
Disabled converter
+15...30V
Enabled converter
Signal from auxiliary contact of the mains contactor
0V
Open contactor
+15...30V
Closed contactor
DC link voltage reduction in the open loop control
0V
Rated DC link voltage
+15...30V
Not used
External fault
0V
External fault present
+15...30V
No external fault present
Reference point of the dedicated digital inputs
terminals 31 to 34
Digital input 1
Reference point: Terminal 40
No factory setting (*)
Digital input 2
Reference point: Terminal 40
No factory setting (*)
Digital input 3
Reference point: Terminal 40
No factory setting (*)

+30V

+30V

+30V

+30V

+30V

+30V

+30V

15V/3.2mA
24V/5mA
30V/6.4mA
15V/3.2mA
24V/5mA
30V/6.4mA
15V/3.2mA
24V/5mA
30V/6.4mA
15V/3.2mA
24V/5mA
30V/6.4mA

15V/3.2mA
24V/5mA
30V/6.4mA
15V/3.2mA
24V/5mA
30V/6.4mA
15V/3.2mA
24V/5mA
30V/6.4mA
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Terminal
designation
39
Digital input 4
40
COM digital
inputs
41
Digital output 1
42
Digital output 2
43
Digital output 3
44
Digital output 4
45
COM digital
outputs
46
Supply digital
output
47 50
NC

Function
Digital input 4
Reference point: Terminal 40
No factory setting (*)
Reference point of the programmable digital inputs
terminals 36 to 39
Digital output 1
Reference point: Terminal 45
Factory set for "Device ready" (*)
Digital output 2
Reference point: Terminal 45
Factory set for "Rect / Regen" (*)
Digital output 3
Reference point: Terminal 45
Factory set for "Set voltage" (*)
Digital output 4
Reference point: Terminal 45
Factory set for "Device healthy" (*)
Reference point of the programmable digital outputs
terminals 41 to 44

Supply voltage of the programmable digital outputs

Not connected

I/Q

Max
voltage

Max
current
15V/3.2mA
24V/5mA
30V/6.4mA

+30V

+30V

20mA

+30V

20mA

+30V

20mA

+30V

20mA

+30V

depends on
the load
max 80mA

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The user can adapt the configuration to the requirements of the application concerned via the keypad, the
serial interface or a bus connection

NOTE!

Given the high nummer of standard I/Os, the SR32 does not support I/O expansion
card TBO.
To improve the noise immunity of the I/O analog channels it is advisable to make
connection between the terminal 10 (or 20) and terminal 11. When the terminals 11
of more devices are connected together, the above mentioned connection has to be
done on one device only. On the other devices a 10nF / 2 kV capacitor has to be
inserted between the terminals 10 and 11.
Low level wiring such as +24V and control signals are to be run separately from
power wiring keeping at least 25 mm separation and crossing at right angles.
Table 4.4.5: Permissible cable cross-section on the plug-in terminals of the regulation card
Terminals
1 50

Max connection cable section


flexible [mm2]
0.14...1.5

multi-core [mm2]
0.14...1.5

Tightening torque
AWG
26...16

[Nm]
0.4
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The use of a 75 x 2.5 x 0.4 mm flat screwdriver is recommended. Remove 6.5 mm of the insulation at
the cable ends. Only one unprepared wire (without ferrule) should be connected to each terminal.

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4.5. RS485 SERIAL INTERFACE


4.5.1. Description
The RS 485 serial interface enables data transfer via a loop made of two symmetrical, spiral conductors
with a common shield. The maximum transmission distance is 1200 m with a transfer rate of 9.6 KBaud.
The transmission is carried out via a differential signal.
RS 485 interfaces are bus-compatible in half-duplex mode, i.e. sending and receiving take place in
succession. Up to 128 devices can be networked together via the RS 485 interface.
Address setting is carried out via the Device address parameter. Further information concerning the
parameters to be transfered, their type and value range is given in the table contained in section 11,
Parameter List (RS485 column).
On the converters of the SR32 series, the RS485 serial interface is located via a 9-pole SUB-D (XS)
connector on the R-SR32 regulation card. The differential signal is transmitted on the PIN 3 (TxA/RxA)
and PIN 7 (TxB/RxB). At the beginning and at the end of the physical connection of the RS485 serial
interface the terminating resistors must be present in order to avoid the reflexion on the cable. In the
devices of the SR32 series, the terminating resistors are activated via the insertion of both jumpers S12
and S13. This enables a point to point connection with a PLC or a PC.

R-SR32
XS
1

11 12 13

20 21 22

23 24

25 26

27 28 33

34

11 12 13

20 21 22

23 24

25 26

27 28 33

34

U V W

C D

S19
S18
470 R

0V
+5 V

470 R

150 R
S12

S13

100 R

TxA/RxA
TxB/RxB
PE

4
9

3
8

1
6

RS485

Figure 4.5.1.1: RS485 serial interface

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The jumpers S18 and S19 determine if the serial interface is divided or not divided from the potential
reference point of the converter.
S18 / S19 in position C/A

The serial interface is divided from the regulation section. The


power supply of the serial interface is provided from the outside via the PIN 5 (0 V) and 9 (+ 5 V) of the XS connector
(default factory setting).

S18 / S19 in position C/B

The serial interface is supplied with an internal voltage and


therefore no external supply is required. The PIN 5 and 9 of the
XS connector are used to supply the adapter. They can not be
used for any other purpose!

NOTE!

Remember that only the first and the last component of a RS485 serial interface chain
must have active terminating resistors. In all other cases (inside a chain) the jumpers
S12 and S13 must not be active.

As for the connection to a serial interface it must be remembered that:


-

only shielded cables can be used

low level wiring such as RS485 is to be run separately from power wiring keeping at least 25 mm
separation and crossing at right angles.

4.5.2. Connector
Table 4.5.2.1: Description of the XS connector for the RS485 serial interface

Designation*
PIN 1
PIN 2
PIN 3
PIN 4
PIN 5
PIN 6
PIN 7
PIN 8
PIN 9

Function

I/Q

RxA/TxA
Equipotentially reference point (connected to 100 ohm)
0V (ground for 5V)

I/Q

RxB/TxB
Equipotentially reference point (connected to 100 ohm)
+5V

I/Q

max volt.

max curr.

+5V

120 mA
(S18=S19=C/A)

I/Q

I/Q

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* 9-pole socket connector, fitted on device.


A plug connector according DIN 41 652 is required for the connection with PC or PLC.

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4.6. CIRCUIT PROTECTION


4.6.1. Fuses of the power section

F3

F3

MAINS
CHOKE

MAINS
CHOKE

AUTO
TRAFO

AUTO
TRAFO

F1
1U
1U

1V

RECT

1W

2U

2V

2W

REGEN

1W

2U

2V

2W

REGEN

RECT
F4

F2

1V

F2

185, 280, 420, 650 A

1050 A

Figure 4.6.1.1: Position of the super fast and slow fuses

For correct protection of the thyristors in both power bridges it is necessary use fast acting fuses on the
Rect bridge, Regen bridge and DC link output separately.
Use recommended fuses from the table 4.6.1.1.
Examples of the slow fuses for line and autotransformer protection are given.
The fuses are externally mounted.
The 1050 A devices have the fuses of both power bridges internally mounted. Blown fuse detection is
provided. Only output fuses are mounted externally.

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Table 4.6.1.1: Recommended external fuses

Converter

SR32--185

SR32--280

SR32--420

SR32--650

SR32--1050

Recommended fuses type

Symbol

Pieces

F1

S00f01/80/200A/660V

F2

S00f01/80/200A/660V

F3

F1

S1f1/110/250A/660V

F2

S1f1/110/315A/660V

F3

F1

S2f01/110/400A/660V

F2

S1f01/80/450A/660V

F3

F1

S2f1/110/630A/660V

F2

S2f01/110/710A/660V

F3

F4

F2

F3

A70P175
FWP175A
A70P200
FWP200A

M1gL 200
A70P250
FWP250A
A70P300
FWP300A

M2gL 250
A70P400
FWP400A
A70P500
FWP500A

M3gL 400
A70P600
FWP600A
A70P700
FWP700A

M4agL 630
A2-66C1000TS
170M5466
S3f01/110/1250A/500V

A70P1200
FWP1200A

M4agL 1000
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F1
F2
F3
F4

External fuses for the Rect and Regen bridges on the AC input side (semiconductor protection).
External fuses for the DC link output (semiconductor protection).
External fuses for the mains protection.
Internal fuses for the Rect and Regen bridges only for 1050 A size (semiconductor protection).

NOTE!

When with the same letter different fuses are stated, it means that they can be used
alternatively. The different types differ for the building forms and for the production
house. See the following indications.
Type:
Fuses producer:
S... , M...
Jean Mller, Eltville
A70P... , A2...
Gould Shawmut
FWP...
Bussmann

NOTE!

The fuse technical data (dimensions, weights, dissipated powers, fuses carrier etc.),
can be derived from the relative data sheets.

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4.6.2 Fuses for operation with overload


When a current higher than the rated current is required (in case of overload), different fuses must be
used. The fuses suitable for the maximum overload capacity of each converter are listed in the following
table.

Table 4.6.2.1: Fuses for operation with overload

Converter

SR32--185

SR32--280

SR32--420

SR32--650

SR32--1050

Recommended fuses type

Symbol

Pieces

F1

S00f01/80/200A/660V

F2

S1f01/110/250A/660V

F3

F1

S2f1/110/400A/660V

F2

S2f1/110/400A/660V

F3

F1

S2f1/110/500A/660V

F2

S2f1/110/630A/660V

F3

F1

S2f01/110/710A/660V

F2

S2f01/80/800A/660V

F3

F4

F2
F3

2
3

A70P200
FWP200A
A70P250
FWP250A

M1gL 200
A70P325
FWP350A
A70P350
FWP350A

M2gL 350
A70P500
FWP500A
A70P600
FWP600A

M3gL 500

M4agL 800
A2-66C1000TS
170M5466
S3f01/110/1250A/500V
M4agL 1250

A70P700
FWP700A
A70P800
FWP800A

A70P1400
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F1
F2
F3
F4

External fuses for the Rect and Regen bridges on the AC input side (semiconductor protection).
External fuses for the DC link output (semiconductor protection).
External fuses for the mains protection.
Internal fuses for the Rect and Regen bridges only for 1050 A size (semiconductor protection).

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4.6.3. Internal protections


The protective components are placed on the P-SR32 power card. They ensure protection of the card
against the mains overvoltages and voltage spikes.

Table 4.6.3.1: Internal protection components

Converter
SR32-400-185
SR32-400-280
SR32-400-420
SR32-400-650
SR32-400-1050
SR32-480-185
SR32-480-280
SR32-480-420
SR32-480-650
SR32-480-1050

Designation

Fuses

Designation

Varistors

F11, F21, F31


F12, F22, F32

10 A / 600 V
fast, 10 x 38 mm

V11, V21, V31


V12, V22, V32

575 V / 220 J
20 mm

F11, F21, F31


F12, F22, F32

10 A / 600 V
fast, 10 x 38 mm

V11, V21, V31


V12, V22, V32

660 V / 250 J
20 mm

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Table 4.6.3.2: Internal fuses


Converter
SR32-400-...
SR32-480-

Designation

Fuses for

F1

+ 24 V

F2

Main section

Fuses
3 A, 250 V
fast, 5 x 20 mm
2.5 A, 250 V
slow, 5 x 20 mm
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Fuses F1 and F2 are on the SW2-32 power supply card and can be accessed from the upper side the
converter by releasing the fuse holders.
Replacement vendor sources:
F1
F2
F11 ... F32 on the 400V converter series
F11 ... F32 on the 480V converter series

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Omega (Europe) SF520231


Omega (Europe) ST520225
Bussman FWH-015A6F
Bussman FWC 16A10F

Little fuse 217315


Little fuse 218250

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4.6.4. Control power protection


The 115 VAC / 230 VAC control power input, U2 & V2, for the SR32 are required to be short circuit
protected.
This protection can be provided by using standard time delay fuses, or circuit breaker.
The circuit breaker and/or time delay fuses must be selected to withstand the available short circuit
current of the feeder source for this circuit, and the inrush current of the device power supply.
The rating of the fuses or circuit breaker should be sized mainly to protect the wiring from the fuses/
circuit breaker connections to U2 & V2, and not nuisance trip or blow from the inrush current.
The table below lists the input current characteristics of the regulation section.

Table 4.6.4.1: Input current characteristics of the regulation section


Regulation power supply
Converter

Power

Rated input current


115 V
230 V

110 W

1.2 A

Inrush input current


115 V
230 V

SR32-400-...
0.7 A

15 A

7.5 A

SR32-480-...
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The regulation section power input is best served by a power source that is stabilized and buffered from
the power system transients.
The regulation section of many converters can be fed from a single source, as long as proper distribution
protection is provided.

4.7. AC INPUT CONTACTORS


The contactor size has to be selected based on the input rated current for the Rect bridge of the converter.
The design basis is the thermo current AC1, which is absorbed by the converter input.
It is suggested to use the AC side contactors, as shown by the typical wiring diagram, figure 4.3.2.
The converter has a feature to control the mains contactor and if the auxiliary contact of the mains
contactor is connected to the digital input of the converter, the possible faulty functioning of the contactor
can be detected and reported in the form of an alarm message Contactor fbk.

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4.8. RECOMMENDED MAINS CHOKES / REACTORS


For the operation of SR32 line regen converters the use of mains choke/reactor is mandatory. The
converters cannot be connected to the mains without the choke. The recommended inductance values
have been calculated to ensure 4% voltage drop for the operation at rated converter current. The saturation
current of the reactors is 150 % of the full load current rating of the reactor. The indicated inductance is
the one of each single phase of the choke.
The requirements on the mains short circuit capability stated in chapter 2.4.2. should also be observed.
The mains choke type in function of the converter size is indicated in the last column of the following
table.
Table 4.8.1: Mains chokes

SR32-400-185
SR32-400-280
SR32-400-420
SR32-400-650
SR32-400-1050

Main
frequency
[Hz]
50/60
50/60
50/60
50/60
50/60

Rated inductance
[mH]
0.186
0.123
0.082
0.053
0.033

SR32-480-185
SR32-480-280
SR32-480-420
SR32-480-650
SR32-480-1050

60
60
60
60
60

0.186
0.123
0.082
0.053
0.033

160
240
360
560
900

240
360
540
840
1350

LR3 160-240-0.186
LR3 240-360-0.123
LR3 360-540-0.082
LR3 560-840-0.053
LR3 900-1350-0.033

SR32-480-185
SR32-480-280
SR32-480-420
SR32-480-650
SR32-480-1050

50
50
50
50
50

0.233
0.147
0.098
0.063
0.039

160
240
360
560
900

240
360
540
840
1350

LR3 160-240-0.233
LR3 240-360-0.147
LR3 360-540-0.098
LR3 560-840-0.063
LR3 900-1350-0.039

Converter

Main three-phase inductance


Rated AC
Saturation
current [A]
current [A]
160
240
240
360
360
540
560
840
900
1350

Type
LR3 160-240-0.186
LR3 240-360-0.123
LR3 360-540-0.082
LR3 560-840-0.053
LR3 900-1350-0.033

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4.9. RECOMMENDED AUTOTRANSFORMERS


For the operation of SR32 converters an autotransformer must be inserted in power circuit configurations
PCC1 and PCC2 as shown in chapter 2.3.
The transforming step up ratio must be in the range 1,2 ... 1,25.
Very important is the parameter short circuit voltage which must be uk 1%.
The autotransformer should be selected as a function of the rated converter power .
In case that power circuit configuration PCC1 is used, there is a possibility to size the autotransformer
for the regenerated power only as a function of the application requirements. However, the maximum
power reduction permitted is 50% of the converter power in rectifier mode.
In power circuit configuration PCC2 autotransformer must be sized for the full converter power.
The list of recommended autotransformers for given converter size is provided in the following table.

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Table 4.9.1: Recommended autotransformers

Step up autotransformer

SR32-400-185
SR32-400-280
SR32-400-420
SR32-400-650
SR32-400-1050

Power
[kVA]
110
165
240
380
600

Rated output
current [A]
125
190
280
440
700

Frequency
[Hz]
50/60
50/60
50/60
50/60
50/60

ETI-1219-AUTOTRAFO-PWR-110kVA
ETI-1220-AUTOTRAFO-PWR-165kVA
ETI-1221-AUTOTRAFO-PWR-240kVA
ETI-1222-AUTOTRAFO-PWR-380kVA
ETI-1223-AUTOTRAFO-PWR-600kVA

S78X1
S78X2
S78X3
S78X5
S78X6

SR32-480-185
SR32-480-280
SR32-480-420
SR32-480-650
SR32-480-1050

130
195
290
450
720

125
190
280
440
700

50/60
50/60
50/60
50/60
50/60

ETI-1224-AUTOTRAFO-PWR-130kVA
ETI-1225-AUTOTRAFO-PWR-195kVA
ETI-1226-AUTOTRAFO-PWR-290kVA
ETI-1227-AUTOTRAFO-PWR-450kVA
ETI-1228-AUTOTRAFO-PWR-720kVA

S78X7
S78X9
S78K0
S78K1
S78K2

Converter

Type

CODE

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4.10. INTERFERENCE SUPPRESSION FILTERS


The converters of SR32 series must be equipped with an external EMI filter in order to reduce the
radiofrequency emissions on the mains line. The filter selection is depending on the converter size and
the installation environment.
For this purpose see the EMC Guidelines.
In the Guide it is also indicated how to install the cabinet (connection of filter and mains reactors, cable
shields, grounding, etc.), in order to make it EMC compliant according the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC.
The document describes the present situation concerning the EMC standards and the compliance tests
made on the GEFRAN-SIEI devices.

4.11. INDICATIONS ON COMMON BUS SYSTEM REALIZATION


The multi-inverter systems operating from the common DC bus supply represent power efficency in the
drive systems. The power can be exchanged between the motoring and generating drives and thus the
energy savings can be achieved.
Even more flexibility is offered in common bus system supplied by SR32 unit. The power in excess in
the DC link can be regenerated back to the mains supply. However, a common bus systems impose
somehow more restrictions on practical realization of the inverter connection in comparison to traditional systems where the inverters are connected directly to the mains.
Basic principles in the common bus system must be strictly followed to avoid various problems which
affect the operation of all the inverters connected to the common bus.

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Max. 5 m

Max. 5 m
Max. 2 m

DC BUS

External
fuses

Inverter 4

Inverter 3

AM4

AM3

Power:
Inverter 1 Inverter 2
Inverter 3 Inverter 4

SR32

Inverter 1

Inverter 2

AM1

AM2

AC MAINS
INPUT

Figure 4.11.1: Common bus multi-inverter system

Guidelines for the construction of the common bus system:

1.

The maximum recommended physical length of the common bus connection is 5m. This distance
is meant between the output C, D terminals of the SR32 unit and the most distant inverter.

2.

When using a single inverter, the DC bus connection length can be at maximum two meters. The
same is valid for the first inverter connected in a multi-inverter system.

3.

Every possible measure should be taken when designing your multi-inverter system in the cabinet
to minimize DC bus length.

4.

The C and D common bus leads should have the same length.

5.

The order of the inverters inserted on the DC bus should be based on power criteria, i.e. inverters
of greater power must be inserted closer to SR32 unit etc.

6.

In case that all inverters are of the same power, then inverters with the most heavy duty cycle
should be connected closer to SR32 unit.

7.

When laying out the DC bus it is prefferred to put the SR32 in the physical center of the bus rather
then at the end.

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8.

The cross-section of common bus must be appropriately selected for the aggregate (net) current of
all inverters. The indications on the required cross-sections for DC link connection can be found
in table 4.2.2.

9.

The common bus should have the same cross-sections on its total length (do not mix wire sizes).

10.

The solution with solid bus-bars is more preferred then the solution with cables.

11.

If possible, laminated bus-bars should be used (bars put together along their flatter side with
isolation in between). Such a solution minimizes the stray inductance of the connection.

12.

DC link input of each inverter should be protected by fast acting fuses. For fuses size and rating
refer to the inverter instruction book. The output of SR32 unit should be protected as described in
section 4.6.1.

13.

The inverters should be connected to the common bus directly by permanent mechanical connection. The use of switches or contactors is limited. Inverter disconnection or insertion is possible
only when SR32 is disabled and DC bus is completly discharged.

14.

All mechanical connections should be executed properly minimizing thus any parasitic resistance.

15.

If additional external DC link capacitors are required, besides the inverter internal capacitors,
these must be properly designed with discharge resistors, voltage divider resistors, etc.

16.

DC input of an inverter must enable direct connection to the internal DC link capacitor, i.e. the
inverter own precharge circuit must be bypassed because the precharge is accomplished by SR32
unit.

17.

It is not possible to connect/disconnect the inverters when the common bus is powered.

18.

It is not advisable to operate the common bus system after one or more of its inverters have been
disconnected. Unless retune the SR32.

19.

It is possible to connect an additional braking unit to the common bus (for the applications with
high dynamic), providing that its on/off thresholds are properly set and do not overlap the voltage
levels of the normal operation of SR32 unit.

20.

Some resistive load up to 20% of the rated converter load can be connected to common bus providing
that its input voltage is compatible with the standard DC link voltage. The load of resistive character
may also vary slowly during the operation and it must not be disconnected suddenly.

WIRING PROCEDURES

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5 - CONVERTER OPERATION

The line regen converters of SR32 series can be commanded and controlled in several modes:
-

via
via
via
via

keypad with display


WIN SR configuration program and serial communication interface
terminal input
Field bus communication interface.

In the following sub-chapters, a description of the above command input devices is given.

5.1. KEYPAD
LED module KC-SR32
The converter is supplied with the LED module mounted on the front cover, as standard.
It contains six LEDs for easy monitoring of the converter status.
The KC module can be manually removed and replaced with the Keypad, which is connected to the
regulation board through the dedicated connector.

Keypad KB-SR32
The keypad, that is available as optional accessory.
It is made of a LCD display with two 16 digit lines, 8 function buttons and, the same diagnostics LEDs
as KC module.
It is used:
- to command the converter when the input from the keypad has been selected
- to display various parameters, DC voltage, current ..... during the operation
- to set converter parameters
The LEDs present on the module or keypad are used to diagnose the operation status of the converter.

CONVERTER OPERATION

Display
2 x 16 Characters

Regen

Rect

Alarm

Enable Vdc set

I Limit

ENT

ENABLE

DISABLE

CANC

5.1.1. Dignostics LEDs


Table 5.1.1.1: Diagnostics LEDs

Designation

Color

Function

Regen
Rect
Alarm
Enable
Vdc set

yellow
yellow
red
green
yellow

I limit

yellow

LED is lit, when the converter operates in Regenerative mode (reverse power flow)
LED is lit, when the converter operates in Rectifier mode (forward power flow)
LED is lit, when it signals the alarm condition and/or trip
LED is lit, when the converter is enabled
LED is lit, when the actual DC link voltage is inside specified limits
around the DC link voltage reference
LED is lit, when the converter operates at current limit
L 0020gb

CONVERTER OPERATION

5.1.2. Moving inside a menu


-

In the default configuration BASIC MENU appears on the display when the converter is switched
on.
Use the
and
keys to select the individual points within the same menu level.
Press the ENT key to enter the next menu level.
Use the CANC key to return to the previous menu level, irrespective of which menu point was
selected. The appropriate menu of the higher level will appear once the return has been made.

Main menu

2nd level

3rd level

ENT

SR32
BASIC MENU

BASIC MENU
Rated conv curr
CANC

ENT

ENT

SR32
MONITOR

MONITOR
Measurements

Measurements
Rect mains volt

CANC

CANC

CANC

ENT

SR32
CIRCUIT PARM
CANC

Menu
Parameter

Figure 5.1.2.1 Moving inside a menu

5.1.3. Displaying parameters / Changing parameters / Password

ENT

Rect mains volt


403 [V]

Measurements
Rect mains volt
CANC

CONVERTER OPERATION

Select the parameters within the menu


Press ENT. The parameter with its relative value and applicable unit will appear.
Return to the menu using CANC.

Changing parameters
The parameters with changeable values are divided into two groups:
-

Parameters whose content is selected as a number within a defined range


e.g. regulator gains

Parameters whose contents are fixed values that can be selected


e.g. Discharge control with the alternatives ON and OFF.

NOTE!

The changed parameters must be saved otherwise the previous values will be
loaded the next time the device is switched on.

Changing numerical values

0 ... 9

9 ... 0

ENT

CONTROL PARM
Reference factor

ok
Reference factor
8 0 [%]

ENT

Return without changes


CANC

Select within the menu the parameters to be changed.


Press ENT. The value of the parameter will appear and the last digit will flash. The value of the
flashing digit is always the one that can be changed.
Increase the value with +
Reduce the value with Select the next digit left with
Select the next digit right with
Confirm the new value and return to the previous display by pressing ENT.
Press CANC to return without changes.

CONVERTER OPERATION

Selection from predefined values


ENT

Feedfwd control
Feedfwd mode

ok
Feedfwd mode
OFF

-/+

-/+

ENT

Return without changes


CANC

Feedfwd mode
Internal

-/+

ok

ENT

Return without changes


CANC

Feedfwd mode
External

-/+

ok

ENT

Return without changes


CANC

The parameters that can be selected among the several possiblities are changed using - / + on the
keypad display.
To change a value press ENT. The current value is shown in the display. This can be changed with
the + and - keys.
Confirm the new value and return to the previous display by pressing ENT.
Return without changes by pressing CANC

Entering a password
The operator can define a password consisting of a freely selectable five-digit number combination in
order to protect the keypad from unauthorized access. This is carried out via the Pword 1 parameter.

ENT

CONFIGURATION
Pword 1: Disabled

0 ... 9

9 ... 0

ok

Pword 1: Disabled
Password 0 0 0 0 0

ENT

Return without changes

Pword 1: Enabled
Password 0 0 0 0 0

CANC

CONFIGURATION
Pword 1: Enabled

Select the parameter Pword1 (= Password 1) in the CONFIGURATION menu.

CONVERTER OPERATION

Press ENT. The value 00000 will appear with the last digit flashing. The value of the flashing digit
is changed.
Increase the numerical value with +
Reduce the numerical value with Select the next digit left with
Select the next digit right with
Confirm the password by pressing ENT. The message: Pword1: Enabled will then appear shortly
with the currently valid password displayed.
The existing password is indicated in the CONFIGURATION menu via the Pword 1: Enabled
message.
Press the CANC key in order to abort the entry of the password.

NOTE!

The password must be saved with Save parameters so that it is also active the next
time the device is switched on.

General unlocking of the password


Password ok
Pword 1: Disabled
Password 0 0 0 0 0

ENT

0 ... 9

9 ... 0

Pword 1: Enabled
Password 0 0 0 0 0

CONFIGURATION
Pword 1: Enabled

ENT

Password incorrect

Return without changes

Pword 1: Enabled
Password Wrong

CANC

CONFIGURATION
Pword 1: Disabled

Select the parameter Pword1 (= Password 1) in the CONFIGURATION menu.


When the password is enabled, the message Pword 1: Enabled appears
Press ENT to call the value 00000 with the last digit flashing. The value changed is always the digit
that is flashing. The valid password must be re-entered in order to unlock it.
Increase the numerical value with +
Reduce the numerical value with Select the next digit left with
Select the next digit right with
Confirm the password by pressing ENT. The message: Pword1: Disabled appears.
Press the CANC key in order to abort the entry of the password if required.
If the incorrect password is entered and then the ENT key pressed, the message Password wrong
will appear and the keypad will return to the CONFIGURATION menu with the display Pword1:
Enabled

NOTE!

The Save parameter function must be used to save the password if the password
itself must not only be disabled but completely unlocked.

CONVERTER OPERATION

5.1.4. Save parameters / Load default


The figure 5.1.4.1. shows the parameters sets management in the converter. The set of parameters which
is used by the converter during the operation, is called Current set.
At each power up, the parameters contained in the permanent memory, Permanent set, are copied in
the Current set.
The converter comes from the factory with the parameters of Permanent set preloaded with a set
called Factory set, whose values are indicated in the tables of section 11, column Factory.
The user can change the parameter values of the Current set and subsequently store it in the Permanent set through the Save parameters command.
It is always possible to recall (in the Current set) the factory parameters set Factory set by means
of Load default command.

Load default

Current set

Factory set

Save parameters
Power up

Permanent set

Figure 5.1.4.1: Parameters sets management

Save parameters

ENT

SPEC FUNCTION
Save parameters

Save parameters
Wait...

Write ok

Select Save parameters in the SPEC FUNCTIONS menu.

Press ENT

The messages Wait ... and Write ok will appear in succession before the original parameter is
shown.

CONVERTER OPERATION

Load default

ENT

Load parameters
Wait...

SPEC FUNCTION
Load default

Read ok

Select Load default in the SPEC FUNCTIONS menu.

Press ENT

The messages Wait... and Read ok will appear in succession before the original parameter is
shown.

5.1.5. Operating the device via the Keypad


In order to operate the device via the keypad, the following settings must be made:
- Main commands
- Control mode

=
=

Digital
Local

CONFIGURATION menu
CONFIGURATION menu

The hardware enable on terminal 31 is also active when the converter is operated via the keypad.
Hence, the voltage at terminal 31 must also be present for enabling the converter in adddition to the
command via the keypad.

If the converter has been disabled by removing the voltage on terminal 31, both the voltage at terminal
31 and the command via the keypad are necessary to restart the converter. The voltage at the terminal
31 must be present before giving the keypad command.

5.1.5.1. Enabling and disabling the converter

The Enable and Disable buttons are active only when the control from keypad has been chosen.

When the Enable or Disable button is pressed, if the voltage is not present at the terminal 31, the
message Terminal Disable will appear for a short time.

When the Enable or Disable button is pressed, if the control from terminal-strip has been selected,
parameter Main commands set Terminals, the message Terminal Control will appear on the
display for a short time.

CONVERTER OPERATION

When the Enable or Disable button is pressed, if the control from Bus has been selected , possible
only with the optional card installed, the message Remote Control will appear on the display for
a short time.

When the converter is enabled/disabled, pressing the Enable/Disable buttons corresponding to the
condition of the converter, a short message is shown on the display, but without any effect on the
converter status.

Enabling the converter


-

The keypad Enable button is active only when Main commands = Digital

The converter is enabled by pressing the button

The message Enable is shown on the display for a short time

ENABLE

Disabling the converter


-

The keypad Disable button is active only when Main commands = Digital

The converter is disabled by pressing the push button

The message Disable is shown on the display for a short time.

DISABLE

5.1.5.2. Failure register / Alarm reset


Display of the failure register
-

Select the parameter Failure register in the SPEC FUNCTIONS menu.

Press ENT. The last alarm that has occurred will be displayed.

Using the key + it is possible to display the previous alarm(s).

The failure register can take up to 10 alarms. If a new alarm is reported, the oldest entry in the failure
register is overwritten.

The entries in the failure register are retained until the register is cleared.

Pressing ENT, the time when the alarm occurred will be displayed. The time refers to the converter
operating time (presence of the supply voltage).

After displaying, the menu goes back automatically to the Failure register point.

CONVERTER OPERATION

By pressing the key CANC during the alarm display, the intervention time is not shown but on the
contrary return to the Failure register menu is made.

ENT

SPEC FUNCTIONS
Failure register

ENT

Failure register
External fault

Failure register
237 hours 45 min

CANC

ENT

CANC

Failure register
Undervoltage

Failure register
76 hours 23 min

ENT

CANC

Failure register
Contactor fbk

Failure register
8 hours 06 min

+
max 10

Clearing the failure register

ENT

SPEC FUNCTIONS
Failure reg del

Failure reg del


Ready

Select the parameter Failure reg del in the SPEC FUNCTIONS menu.

Press ENT. The failure register is cleared.

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Alarm acknowledgement

CANC

External fault
XXXXXXXXXX

( MENU )
XXXXXXXXXX

If a failure occurs, the appropriate alarm message will appear on the display and the message will
flash.

Acknowledge and reset the alarm by pressing the CANC key.

If the current control mode is via keypad (Mains command parameter set to Digital) and the
cause of failure has been removed the alarm is automatically reset.

If the current control mode is set via terminal strip (Mains command parameter set to Terminals)
the converter must be first disabled (terminal 31 low level); otherwise a message Only in disable
will appear and the alarm will not be reset.

Acknowledgement when several alarms occur at the same time

External fault
Multi failures

SPEC FUNCTIONS
Failure reset

ENT

When several alarms occur at the same time, the blinking message Multi failures will appear on
the display.

Select the parameter Failure reset in the SPEC FUNCTIONS menu.

Press the CANC key to acknowledge or reset the alarm.

If the current control mode is set via terminal strip the converter must be first disabled.

CONVERTER OPERATION

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5.1.6 Menu structure

Main menu

BASIC MENU
MONITOR
CIRCUIT PARM
CONTROL PARM
REGULATORS PARM
LIMITS
CONFIGURATION
CONTROL CONFIG
I/O CONFIG
FUNCTIONS
SPEC FUNCTION
OPTIONS
DRIVECOM
FACTORY SERVICE
L0360i

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Main menu with all submenus and parameters

BASIC MENU
[465]
[333]
[331]

Rated conv curr


Rated mains volt
Software version

MONITOR
Measurements
[466]
[840]
[588]
[851]
[233]
[852]
[853]
[854]
[869]
[855]
[831]
[832]
[881]
[655]
[505]
[506]

Rect mains volt


Regen mains volt
Mains frequency
DClink volt ref
DClink voltage
DClink cur ref
DClink current
DClink power
Feedfwd power
Alfa Trig angle
Alfa FF angle
Alfa MID angle
Heatsink Temp
Overload accum
Pad 2
Pad 3

Digital I/Q
[582]
[583]

Virtual dig inp


Virtual dig out

I/O

CIRCUIT PARM
[830]

DClink capacitor

[833]
[836]
[837]
[838]
[839]
[870]
[871]
[834]
[835]
[872]
[873]

Reference factor
Rect alfa pre
Regen alfa pre
Rect CD cur thr
Rect CD factor
Regen CD cur thr
Regen CD factor
Rect invert thr
Regen invert thr
DClink volt et+
DClink volt et-

CONTROL PARM

L0370- ai

CONVERTER OPERATION

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REGULATORS PARM
Percent values
DClink V PI reg
[841]
[842]

DClink Volt P
DClink Volt I

[847]
[848]

DClink Curr P
DClink Curr I

[843]
[844]

DClink Volt P B
DClink Volt I B

[826]
[827]
[828]

DClink Volt RDC1


DClink Volt RCD2
DClink Volt KDC

[849]
[850]

DClink Curr P B
DClink Curr I B

[845]
[846]

DClinkC P in use
DClinkC I in use

DClink C PI reg

Base values
DClink V PI reg

DClink V SF reg

DClink C PI reg

In use values
DClink C PI reg

LIMITS
Current limits
[856]
[857]
[858]
[859]
[860]

DClink cur lim


DClink cur lim+
DClink cur limIn use DCcr lim+
In use DCcr lim-

[874]
[857]

Alfa rect min


Alfa regen max

Alfa limits

L0370- bi

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CONFIGURATION
[252]
[253]

Main commands
Control mode

Prog alarms
Undervoltage
[481]
[942]
[357]
[470]
[359]

UV Rect thr
UV Regen thr
UV Latch
UV Hold off time
UV restart time

[175]
[361]
[482]
[483]

Overvoltage thr
OV Latch
OV Hold off time
OV restart time

[584]
[212]
[363]
[586]
[585]

Overcurrent thr
OC Activity
OC Latch
OC Hold off time
OC restart time

[194]

FS Latch

[354]
[355]
[502]
[501]

EF Activity
EF Latch
EF Hold off time
EF restart time

[634]
[633]
[636]
[637]

BL Activity
BL Latch
BL Hold off time
BL restart time

[386]

HO Activity

[879]
[880]

OL Latch
OL restart time

[878]

CF Hold off time

[368]

HS Activity

[728]
[729]

ES Activity
ES Latch

Overvoltage

Overcurrent

Failure supply

External Fault

Bus loss

Hw opt 1 failure

Overload

Contactor fbk

Heatsink

Enable seq err

[319]
[408]
[85]

Device address
Ser answer delay
Pword1:

CONVERTER OPERATION

L0370-ci

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CONTROL CONFIG
[862]

DClink control

Feedfwd control
[863]
[868]
[ 72]
[864]
[882]

Feedfwd mode
Full load power
Scale FF input
Feedfwd filter
External source

I/O CONFIG
Analog outputs
Analog output 1
[66]
[62]

Select output 1
Scale output 1

[67]
[63]

Select output 2
Scale output 2

Analog output 2

Digital outputs
[145]
[146]
[147]
[148]
[629]

Digital output 1
Digital output 2
Digital output 3
Digital output 4
Relay 2

[137]
[138]
[139]
[140]

Digital input 1
Digital input 2
Digital input 3
Digital input 4

Digital inputs

L0370- di

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FUNCTIONS
Contactor prog
[865]
[866]

Contactor contr
Contactor delay

[876]
[877]

DClink volt err


DClink volt dly

[861]
[884]

Pre/Dis current
Discharge control

DClink volt set

Charge control

[887]

Startup display

Links
Link 1
[484]
[485]
[486]
[487]
[488]
[489]
[490]
[491]
[492]

Source 1
Destination 1
Mul gain 1
Div gain 1
Input max 1
Input min 1
Input offset 1
Output offset 1
Inp absolute 1

[553]
[554]
[555]
[556]
[557]
[558]
[559]
[560]
[561]

Source 2
Destination 2
Mul gain 2
Div gain 2
Input max 2
Input min 2
Input offset 2
Output offset 2
Inp absolute 2

Link 2

Pad parameters
[503]
[504]
[505]
[506]
[519]

Pad 0
Pad 1
Pad 2
Pad 3
Bitword pad A
L0370- ei

CONVERTER OPERATION

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SPEC FUNCTION
Test generator
[58]
[59]
[61]
[60]
[256]
[829]
[258]
[235]
[262]
[263]

Gen access
Gen frequency
Gen offset
Gen amplitude

Save parameters
Identification
Load default
Life time
Failure register
Failure reset
Failure reg del

OPTIONS
Option 1
DRIVECOM
[57]
[55]
[56]

Malfunction code
Control word
Status word

[86]

Password 2

FACTORY SERVICE

L0370- fi

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5.2. WIN SR CONFIGURATION PROGRAM


The WIN SR configuration program is an integral part of the product and is supplied with the device on
3", 1.44 MB diskette.
The figure 5.2.1 summarizes the operations possible on the parameters. The description of the
corresponding commands is given by the following paragraphs.

File
Factory set
New

Save

Open

Configurator set

Upload from PC to device

PERSONAL
COMPUTER

Download from PC to device

DEVICE
Configurator set
Load default

Factory set

Save parametrs
Power up

Permanent set

Figure 5.2.1: Possible operations on the parameters


The WIN SR configuration program described here supports the user in configuration and operating
converters of SR32 series. The WIN SR configuration program provides a user friendly environment
with pull down menus, parameter menus and sub-menus for easy and quick parameter entry. Two modes
of utilization are possible:
OFFLINE

Stand-alone operation without the PC being connected to an SR32. This mode


can be used to create, edit and copy parameter sets for later downloading.

ONLINE

PC being connected to an SR32 through RS485 serial line. In this mode on line
monitoring of some parameters, alarms and device status is possible in addition
to the device commanding.

CONVERTER OPERATION

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5.2.1. PC requirements
-

Processor

At least 386 series, 486 recommended

Interface

For standard comunicating with the device: RS485 *

Operating system

MS WindowsTM version 3.1 and higher

Monitor

Graphics-compatible

An additional RS232/RS485 interface converter is required when using a built in RS232 serial
communication port of the PC. The converter can be supplied by its own built in or external power
supply or it can be supplied from the device via the connection cable. If the supply from the device
is required, the jumpers S18, S19 on the regulation card must be put into B position.

SR32

RS232

RS 485

5.2.2. Software installation


The WIN SR configuration program is installed using an installation program. About 2 MB free space is
required on the hard disk.

Start Windows

Insert diskette in drive A: (or B:)

Call up the File Manager in Windows and choose File / Execute.

Enter A:SETUP (or B:SETUP)

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5.2.3. User interface


The WIN SR configuration program is operated according to the standard specified by MS WindowsTM.
The program is executed by double click on the program icon. It can be operated using either the mouse
or keyboard.
When using the keyboard, following keys are significant for moving across the windows and menus:
TAB

Jump between menu windows, parameter windows, and editing windows.

SHIFT + TAB

Jump like TAB but in the opposite direction.

CURSOR UP

Menu window :
Parameter window:
Editor window:

Switch to next menu / submenu


Select next parameter
Return to the Parameters window

CURSOR DOWN

Menu window:
Parameter window:
Editor window

Switch to previous menu / submenu


Select previous parameter
Return to Parameters window

RETURN

Parameter window:
Editor window

Select the editor window


Read in the parameter value and return to the parameter
window

5.2.4. Desktop and menus description


There are two windows in the upper part of the desktop, on the left titled as Menu/Submenu and on the
right titled as Parameter. The Size of the currently selected/connected device is indicated in the middle.
In the box in lower part of the desktop, possible parameter conflicts, violation of minimum and maximum
values of individual parameters are indicated when it applies. The permissible values can be found in
Chapter 11: Parameter list.
Under parameter window there is a box to input new parameter values. When entering new values a
check is made whether the value is inside permissible limits. A warning is issued if the inconsistency is
found.
The operation status of the configuration program ONLINE/OFFLINE is shown under Status.
The address of the currently connected device is shown under COM-partner. If no number is shown,
there is no connection to the device (connection interruption, device not powered-up, network scan not
executed...).
When operating in ONLINE mode and the alarm in the device occurs, this will be indicated on the
desktop in the area bellow Menu/Submenu window.

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5.2.4.1. Menu File


New...
Menu item is disabled in ONLINE mode.
A dialogue box is appears where the device size can be specified. A parameter set with the factory set
standard settings for the specified device size is loaded into WIN SR configuration program. Default
values can be found in the Factory set column in the parameter table given is chapter 11. When selecting
a New... menu item and the currently opened parameter set has been modified but not saved yet, a
message "Save this file" appears, giving the possibility to save the currently opened parameter set.

Open...
A dialogue box appears which enables to load from the disk selected parameter set into WIN SR
configuration program. Only parameter sets, filenames with extension *.SR can be loaded. The parameter
set can be than modified, printed or downloaded to the device.

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Delete...
A dialogue box appears which enables to select and subsequently delete selected parameter set from the
disk. Only parameter sets, filenames with extension *.SR can be deleted.

Save
Selecting this menu item causes the currently opened parameter set to be saved under name which appears
in the desktop title bar. If the parameter set has not been saved yet, (new) in the title bar, the menu item
operates in the same way as Save as...

Save as...
A dialogue box appears enabling to save currently opened parameter set under a specified name. If the
parameter set, file with the same name exists in the current directory, a warning message will be given to
prevent the file from being overwritten.
Only filenames with extension *.SR can be specified.

Print
The parameter list can be printed on any printer that supports WindowsTM. The printout will contain the
parameters with their maximum and minimum values, the factory set value, and the current values as
well as the last date of modification. The printer selection and setting is carried out in the Windows
environment.

Exit
Selecting this menu item causes the program termination. If the currently opened parameter set has been
modified but not saved yet, you will be prompted to save it before leaving the program.

5.2.4.2. Menu Parameters


Save parameters
Menu item is disabled in OFFLINE mode.
This command causes the parameter values in the device to be permanently stored in a nonvolatile
memory. Once saved, the saved parameters will be automatically read on at power up.

NOTE!

The saved values are those stored in the device. These do not necessarily match the
parameters set in the WIN SR configuration program. In order to make sure that the
parameter set from the PC is stored in the device, it must be transferred first by
command Download from computer to device and then saved by this command.

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Load default
Menu item is disabled in OFFLINE mode.
This command causes loading the factory set standard setting inside the device. The parameter set in
WIN SR configuration program is not affected. The device will load factory set parameters only when it
is disabled.

NOTE!

If after executing Load default command the parameter set inside WIN SR configuration program should be updated a transfer between device and PC must be made by
command Upload from device to computer.

5.2.4.3. Menu Data transfer


Download from computer to device
Menu item is disabled in ONLINE mode.
Transfer of the parameters is possible only after scanning the network and device selection. The size of
the connected device must match the one active in the WIN SR configuration program. The parameters
of FACTORY SERVICE menu are not transferred.

Upload from device to computer


Transfer of the parameters is possible only after scanning the network and device selection. The current
parameter values inside device are loaded into the WIN SR configuration program.

5.2.4.4. Menu Network


Up to 128 devices can be operated on one line, therefore each device must addressed in the Network
menu.

Scan devices...
Menu item is disabled in ONLINE mode.
A dialogue box appears enabling to scan the network. Devices connected whose addressing is in the
range defined by Start Addr. and Stop Addr. are detected and listed. The scanning is controlled by Start
and Stop command buttons. If after the scan, no devices are detected, the Stop command button is
shaded.

Connected devices...
This menu item is enabled only after the execution of Scan network, if at least one device has been
detected. A dialogue box appears displaying connected devices and allowing to change device address.

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Port
COM1, COM 2
Selection of the serial interface via which the device is connected. The computer COM1 and COM2
serial ports can be used. A check is made whether the interface is ready for operation. The selection of the
port is saved and does not have to be repeated at program start.

5.2.4.5. Menu Supervision


Identification
A dedicated window for the circuit identification function (this must be done with all inverter connected).
It groups all the parameters and control commands to carry out the circuit identification during initial
commissioning procedure. First a type of feedforward (CONTROL CONFIG \ Feedfwd control menu)
must be specified, OFF, Internal or External since its setting influences the automatic calculation of
voltage regulator parameters. Pre/Dis current parameter (FUNCTIONS \ Charge control menu) may
also be specified. Detailed information about the parameters can be found in chapter 7.
If the current operating mode is ONLINE, identification procedure can be started by pressing ON button.
The status is indicated in the bottom of the window. Value of load circuit capacitance is measured and
recorded in parameter DClink capacitor and parameters of voltage regulators are calculated. Result
may than be saved by Save parameters button. Procedure may be interrupted at any time by pressing
OFF button.
If the current operating mode is OFFLINE, direct specification of DClink capacitor parameter causes
automatic calculation of voltage regulator parameters in the same way as it is done at the end of the
indentification procedure. For mode details on circuit identification procedure, please refer to chapter
6.5.

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Monitor
Menu item is disabled in OFFLINE mode.
The current values of some variables of the connected device are shown in the window and are continuously
updated. The same parameters can be found in MONITOR menu.

Status
Menu item is disabled in OFFLINE mode.
The current status bits and status parameters of the connected device are shown in the window. They are
updated only after switching between Status word and Status parameters.

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CONVERTER OPERATION

Alarms
Menu item is disabled in OFFLINE mode.
The content of the SE-32 Failure register is displayed in the window containing the last ten alarms of the
connected device and the time when they occurred, referring to the device operation time. Two buttons
are available to manage the Failure register.
Failure reset
Failure reg del

NOTE!

acknowledgement of the current alarm


deletes all alarms in the device Failure register

To update the Failure register window, it must be closed and opened again.

Control panel
Menu item is disabled in OFFLINE mode.
The control window is used to command the device when in ONLINE mode. The Enable and Disable
command buttons are available. These buttons are active only when the control from keypad has been
chosen.

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ONLINE / OFFLINE
This menu item is enabled only after the execution of Scan network..., if at least one device has been
detected. It si possible to toggle between the two operation modes. If ONLINE is selected the WIN SR
configuration program will try to establish the communication with the address specified. The ONLINE
mode can be selected only if the size of the connected device matches the one active in the WIN SR
configuration program.
In ONLINE mode each parameter is sent to the device when its value is entered.

5.2.4.6. Menu Language


This menu enables to select the language used by the configuration software.
Available languages:

English
German
Italian
French
Spanish

The menu texts, dialog boxes, help texts, and messages are then displayed in the language selected. The
names of the parameters and of the menus are always in English so that they are identical with the names
shown in the device keypad. The language selection is saved into the *.ini file so that it does not have to
be re-selected when the program is started next time.

5.2.4.7. Menu Help


Online help is available to give information about the parameter set and the software version of the WIN
SR configuration program.
In order to obtain information about a parameter, it is necessary to select the relative parameter and open
the Help window in the position Parameters.

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5.3. CONTROL FROM THE TERMINALS


After the converter has been setup, using a keypad, WIN SR configuration program or Field bus interface,
the control from the terminal strip is possible.
To control the converter from the terminal strip, parameter Main commands must be set to Terminals.
The converter may be enabled/disabled by applying/removing the voltage to/from the terminal 31.
The enable signal acts also as a general confirmation signal and therefore a voltage must be present at
terminal 31 when the control from keypad or via interface is selected, Main commands = Digital.
Apart from Enable terminal another two terminals Contactor and External fault are available to
incorporate external error states into enable.

Table 5.3.1: Enable terminals

Terminal

Function

31
Enable
32
Contactor
33
Reduce
34
External fault
35
COM ID

Converter enable
0V
Converter disabled
+15...30V
Converter enabled
Signal from auxiliary contact of the mains contactor
0V
Contactor opened
+15...30V
Contactor closed
DC link voltage reduction in the open loop control
0V
Rated DC link voltage
+15...30V
Not used
External fault
0V
External fault present
+15...30V
No external fault present
Reference point of the dedicated digital inputs
terminals 31 to 34
L 0380gb

NOTE!

The inputs are protected against the reverse polarity.


The reference point for dedicated digital inputs is terminal 35.
Negative voltage, 0V and a missing signal are interpreted as disable signals.

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Figures 5.3.1 and 5.3.2 show the connection principle.

DEDICATED

+ 24 V

0 V 24

COM ID

Enable

Contactor

Reduce

External fault

DIGITAL INPUTS

19

18

35

31

32

33

34

Figure 5.3.1 Enables via potential free contacts

NOTE!

Figure 5.3.2 Enables via a PLC digital output

When using a keypad/serial interface (Main Commands = Digital), both the voltage
at the appropriate terminals and the corresponding commands from the keypad/serial
interface are necessary. If an enable is removed, removing the voltage at the terminal
31, the appropriate command must be sent via the keypad/serial interface in addition
to the voltage on the terminal in order to enable the converter. See chapter 4.3 for
example of control sequencing.

5.4. CONTROL FROM FIELD BUS INTERFACE


An optional card may be installed on the converter to enable the communication via Field bus.
Cards with the following protocols are available:
INTERBUS-S
PROFIBUS DP
SUCONET K
CAN open
DeviceNet
GENIUS.
The parametrization and control can thus be made by high level controller.
The optional cards are installed on the left side of the regulation card and are connected via X0 connector.

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6 - COMMISSIONING, CONTROL DESCRIPTION


6.1. PREPARATORY PROCEDURES
Following points must be checked and ensured before starting the commissioning procedure:
Converter has been mechanically installed following the instructions given in section 3.4.
The parameters of the supply mains, and the converter size employed, correspond to those
given in section 2.4.2.
The load type and parameters correspond to the those stated in section 2.4.3.
Electrical connection of the SR32 converter has been done observing the recommended
wiring schemes in section 4.3. Check for proper connection of all power cables/bars and
control wires.
The converter protection has been ensured by extra fast fuses as stated in section 4.6.1.
The regulation power supply should have parameters according to the table 2.4.2.1. and it
should be protected as stated in section 4.6.4.
The jumpers on the control card R-SR32 have been properly set for the given configuration
according to the table 4.4.2. In particular, the jumpers concerning the RS485 interface and
jumper concerning dedicated analog input.
The personnel that will carry out the commissioning are trained and familiar with the operation of the device keypad or WIN SR configuration program described in chapter 5.

The steps to follow during commissioning of SR32 converter are summarized in the flow chart below. It
is assumed that device keypad is used to command the device and to read/enter required parameters. In
case that WIN SR program is employed, its features to read/enter parameters and to command the device
should be used. For carrying out the circuit identification, the program built-in identification window
should be used. The commissioning sequence is the same.

COMMISSIONING AND CONTROL DESCRIPTION

6.2. COMMISSIONING PROCEDURE


1.
Switch ON the converter by applying the supply
voltage to U2, V2 terminals. Converter should be disabled
from Terminals (no voltage present at terminal 31).
2.
Load factory set standard parameters by executing
command Load default in SPEC FUNCTIONS menu.
This is only required if some changes to parameter set
have been made before starting commissioning. The
converter comes with factory set standard parameters and
therefore this step may by skipped.

Load default

3.
If the typical wiring scheme is used where the
mains contactor is controlled from the converter, previous
command will switch on the mains contactor and voltage
will be applied to the converter input power terminals.
In other case apply the mains voltage.

Apply mains voltage

Rect mains volt


Regen mains volt
Mains frequency
Parameters reading corresponds to
the network voltage at which
the converter is
operated?

No

4.
Check reading of Rect mains volt, Regen mains
volt, Mains frequency parameters in MONITOR/
Measurements menu. They should correspond to the
mains voltage at which the converter is operated. The
actual voltage at the converter input can be checked by a
voltmeter. In case of substantial difference check the fuses
on P-SR32 power card.

Failure in mains voltage


measurement

Yes

DClink volt ref

Yes

Required reduction of DC
link voltage ?
Reduction factor < 80 %

5.
Check reading of DClink volt ref parameter in
MONITOR/Measurements menu. The reading should
correspond to value DClink volt ref = 1,34 Regen
mains volt 0,8. If for some reason, reduction of output
voltage is required, parameter Reduction factor can be
set to value less than 80%. This, however will also limit
the maximum obtainable output power.

No

No
Recommended mains choke?

Yes

Tuning of current regulator

6.
If the mains choke different than recommended
one is used, tuning/optimization of current regulator must
be done before proceeding further. Follow the procedure
described in section 6.4.1. If tuning/optimization is not
done at this stage, the circuit identification carried in the
next step may produce erroneous results. In any case the
tuning/optimization of current regulator must always be
done when using choke different then recommended in
table 4.8.1 (chapter 4.8).

COMMISSIONING AND CONTROL DESCRIPTION

7.
Select feedforward type by setting Feedfwd
mode parameter according to the application requirements. OFF - applications with very low dynamics,
Internal - applications with moderate dynamics
(recommended configuration), External - applications
with high dynamics (required special connection/
feedback from the inverter). More details can be found
in section 6.7. The tuning of voltage regulator is
automatically done at the end of next step depends on
setting of this parameter.

Feedforward selection:
Feedfwd mode = OFF
Feedfwd mode = Internal
Feedfwd mode = External

Identification = ON

Press Enable
Acknowledge
by Cancel
and eliminate
cause of failure

"Idn running" flashing message

Failure?

8.
In this step, a load circuit identification will be
carried out. The DC link capacitance of parallel connected
inverters is measured and voltage regulators gains are
calculated automatically. More details about this procedure can be found in section 6.5. The converter must be
enabled from Terminals (voltage present at terminal 31).
Set parameter Identification to ON and press Enable
key. Flashing message appears on the display and stays
on over the complete identification cycle. If an alarm
occurs, the failure must be eliminated and identification
procedure must be repeated.

Yes

Note!
No

"Idn finished" message

Application settings
and configuration
Digital/Analog - Inputs/Outputs
Alarms, Functions

Save parameters

During identification converter carries the


current and the DC link is charged!

9.
Completion of the identification cycle which may
last up to several minutes, as a function of the load capacitance connected, is confirmed by a message.
Converter may be disabled from Terminals at this point
(no voltage present at terminal 31). Check the value of
identified load capacitor by reading DClink capacitor
parameter in CIRCUIT PARM menu.

10.
In this step application specific settings can be
made. Refer to the chapter 7 for detailed description of
particular functions.

11.
The settings made during commissioning procedure must be saved by Save parameters command in
SPEC FUNCTIONS menu, otherwise all settings will
be lost when switching off the device.

COMMISSIONING AND CONTROL DESCRIPTION

6.3. CONTROL SCHEME DESCRIPTION


The control scheme implemented in SR32 - line regen converter is shown in figure 6.3.1. The cascade
structure consists of two regulation loops. Outer loop ensures the regulation of output DC link voltage
and provides the reference for subordinate DC link current regulation loop.
There are no references to setup. The reference for output DC link voltage is obtained from the available
voltage at Regen bridge input. This signal is then multiplied by Reference factor with typical value 80%
and it constitutes DClink volt ref variable. If reference reduction is required, parameter Reference
factor may be set to lower values.
DC link voltage error is than processed by DClink voltage error deadband block. In this block, the
thresholds on the voltage error are imposed. The error less that thresholds DClink volt+ and DClink
volt- is not applied to the subsequent block.
DC link voltage regulator regulates the output converter voltage. Two regulators are available ProportionalIntegral type and State-Feedback with Integral control type. The PI regulator is suitable in majority
cases. The State-Feedback regulator is also available as an alternative. The selection is made via DClink
control parameter.
The feedforward signal included to the output of PI DC link voltage regulator improves its response. It
allows to better handle faster load transients e.g. acceleration, deceleration, motor speed reversals. Two
types of feedforward are available, Internal and External selectable through Feedfwd mode parameter.
Internal is derived from the internal converter measurements and load circuit capacitance which is recorded
in DClink capacitor parameter. Using External feedforward, a special signal must be provided from the
inverter. The signal may be analog, connected to the converter analog input or trasmitted, through the
optional field bus interface. In both cases, parameter Full load power must be set providing the full scale
value of the Feedforward signal (see chapter 6.7 for more details).
The output of DC link voltage regulator is limited in the block Current limits which output constitutes
DC link current reference.
The positive Rect invert thr and negative Regen invert thr parameters may be set in the Invert deadband
block defining thus thresholds for Rect and Regen bridge inversion.
The output converter current is regulated by DC link current regulator which is Proportional-Integral
type. Given the fact that converter has strongly non-linear control characteristic, the regulator gains must
be variable. This is accomplished in Gain adaptation block. The non-linear characteristic depends on the
converter operation mode - operation with discontinuous or continuous output current according to the
load conditions. Parameters Rect CD cur thr and Regen CD cur thr serve to set discontinuous/continuous
boundaries and Rect CD factor and Regen CD factor serve to set gains reduction factors.
The output of current regulator is the thyristor firing angle. It is further summed with feedforward angle
and processed in Alfa limits block where the minimum Alfa rect min and maximum Alfa regen max
limits are imposed on to the firing angle for Rect, Regen bridge respectively. The angle Alfa Trig angle
is than fed into the modulator, synchronized with the mains voltage which ensures thyristors triggering.

COMMISSIONING AND CONTROL DESCRIPTION

Regen mains
volt

Power FF bus

FF input

DClink
voltage

DClink volt
ref

dt

dV DC

COMMISSIONING AND CONTROL DESCRIPTION

Feedfwd filter

Low pass filter

DClink volt et+


DClink volt et-

DClink voltage
error deadband

DClink current

Full load power

VDC

PFWD

External feedforward
calculator

External source

DClink voltage

Feedfwd power

DClink capacitor

IDC - C DC

Internal feedforward
calculator

Bus

FF

Scale FF input

DClink voltage

DClink current

1.34

Reference
factor
DClink volt
0.80
ref+

DClink volt ref

DClink voltage

OFF

External

Internal

DClink Volt P
DClink Volt I
DClink Volt P B
DClink Volt I B

STOP

DClink voltage
PI regulator

DClink Volt RDC1


DClink Volt RDC2
DClink Volt KDC

DClink voltage
State Feedback
regulator

DClink
cur ref

DClink control

DClink cur lim


DClink cur lim+
DClink cur limIn use DCcr lim+
In use DCcr lim-

Current
limits

Rect invert thr


Regen invert thr

DClink
current

Rect CD cur thr


Regen CD cur thr

Figure 6.3.1: Control block diagram

Feedfwd mode

DClink cur
fwd

PI
regulator

SF+I
regulator

Rect/Regen

Invert deadband

Gain adaptation

Rect/Regen

DClink Curr P
DClink Curr I
DClink Curr P B
DClink Curr I B
DClinkC P in use
DClinkC I in use

STOP

DClink current
PI regulator

Rect CD factor
Regen CD factor

Regen

-1

Rect

DClink voltage

Rect/Regen

Mains synchronization

Rect mains volt


Regen mains volt

Alfa FF angle
Alfa MID angle

Alfa Trig
angle

Alfa rect min


Alfa regen max

Alfa limits

Alfa MID angle

Feedforward calculator

Rect/Regen

Internal alfa limits

Rect alfa pre


Regen alfa pre

Rect mains volt


Regen mains volt

Inversion management

Modulator/Triggering

T1
T2
T3
T4
T5
T6

T1
T2
T3
T4
T5
T6

6.4. TUNING/OPTIMIZATION OF CURRENT REGULATOR


The tuning of current regulator is not required if a mains choke recommended in table 4.8.1 is used and
the supply mains satisfyies the requirements on the short circuit capability as stated in section 2.4.2. In
all the other cases, the tuning must be carried out. The purpose is to set current regulator gains and
several other parameters to adopt the operation of internal current regulation loop to the non-linear
control characteristic of the converter power bridges. The tuning procedure is divided into two steps Part
1: tuning at no load (inverters are disabled) and Part 2: tuning at load (inverters are enabled, motors
operating at their nominal load and do their normal load cycle). Only Part 1 is required for the initial
commissioning procedure.
A two channel digital oscilloscope is needed. The tuning must be performed in the final installation
setup. The procedure does not require to modify the power or control wiring if the standard enabling
sequence is used.

6.4.1. Part 1: No load


The converter function to generate the test signal Test generator will be used in this step. This function
makes available square wave signal with adjustable frequency, amplitude and offset that can be connected
to the regulation chain for the purpose of manual tuning. More details about the test signal generator are
given in section 7.11.1. With the test generator connected, the device state after enabling will not reach
Device ready and therefore, if the standard enabling sequence is used, the inverters will not get enabled
after the DClink has been powered. Otherwise the user must ensure that inverters are not enabled when
the test signal generator is connected.
Initial setup
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Connect the oscilloscope channels to Analog output 1 and 2 (terminals 21,22 and 23,22)
Set Analog output 1 in I/O CONFIG menu to DClink cur ref (default setting)
Set Analog output 2 in I/O CONFIG menu to DClink current (default setting)
Set Gen access in SPEC FUNCTIONS/Test generator menu to DClink volt ref+
Set DClink cur lim in LIMITS/Current limits menu to 10%
Set Feedfwd mode in CONTROL CONFIG/Feedfwd control menu to OFF (default setting)
Set DClink control in CONTROL CONFIG menu to PI regulator (default setting)
Enable converter

In this setup, the DClink is charged and discharged periodically by the constant current with the frequency determined by Gen frequency parameter. The maximum (charged) and minimum (discharge)
DClink voltage levels are determined by Gen offset and Gen amplitude parameters (it is recommended
to use default values 0.5Hz, -20%, 10% respectively). The final DC link voltage reference is obtained by
the addition of the test generator output and the voltage reference calculated from the available mains
voltage at Regen bridge input.
The current is constant (determined by DClink cur lim parameter) only within a certain range, until the
DC link voltage reach its charged/discharged steady state level. The waveforms observed on the oscilloscope (large time scale) are depicted in figure 6.4.1.1.

COMMISSIONING AND CONTROL DESCRIPTION

Figure 6.4.1.1: Initial setup, PI regulator gains tuning: DClink cur ref and DClink current
(oscilloscope settings: vertical scale 1V/div, horizontal scale 0.5s/div)

6.4.1.1. Rectifier mode tuning


After changing the time scale to 10ms/div and proper positive edge synchronization one should observe
a detail of first positive step in the current reference as shown in figure 6.4.1.1.1. and figure 6.4.1.1.2.
In this time window, the converter operates in rectifier mode. At this point, the current regulator gains,
parameters DClink Curr P and DClink Curr I located in REGULATOR PARMS \ Percent values \
DClink C PI reg can be changed to obtain the regulator response time of 20-25ms as shown in figure
6.4.1.1.1. The response should be heavily damped without any overshoot. A small error present in the
steady state is natural behaviour and it is due to control loop operating conditions.

Figure 6.4.1.1.1: Rectifier mode tuning: DClink cur ref and DClink current
(oscilloscope settings: vertical scale 1V/div, horizontal scale 10ms/div)
If DClink cur act is selected on Analog output 2, the waveforms depicted in figure 6.4.1.1.2. can be
observed. The DClink cur act signal corresponds to the actual converter output current while DClink
current is averaged current every thyristor trigger event.

COMMISSIONING AND CONTROL DESCRIPTION

Figure 6.4.1.1.2: Rectifier mode tuning: DClink cur ref and DClink cur act
(oscilloscope settings: vertical scale 1V/div, horizontal scale 10ms/div)
Figure 6.4.1.1.3. illustrates that the integral gain is too high. The response is fast but the oscillations in
DClink current are unacceptable and the integral gain must be reduced.

Figure 6.4.1.1.3: Rectifier mode tuning, integral gain too high: DClink cur ref and DClink current
(oscilloscope settings: vertical scale 1V/div, horizontal scale 10ms/div)

6.4.1.2. Regenerative mode tuning


Synchronizing the oscilloscope to the second, negative edge of the current reference, a regenerative
mode can be examined. Current waveforms are shown in figure 6.4.1.2.1. and figure 6.4.1.2.2. In
general, it is not necessary to change the regulator gains with respect to rectifier mode but in case of
oscillation (sign of inadequate tuning for the regenerative mode), the gains can be re-tuned. Again, the
response should be heavily damped without any overshoot. The regulator response time should be approximately 20-30ms including the time required for bridge inversion. If the regulator is re-tuned, it is
advisable to check the response again in rectifier mode.

COMMISSIONING AND CONTROL DESCRIPTION

Figure 6.4.1.2.1: Regenerative mode tuning: DClink cur ref and DClink current
(oscilloscope settings: vertical scale 1V/div, horizontal scale 10ms/div)

Figure 6.4.1.2.2: Regenerative mode tuning: DClink cur ref and DClink cur act
(oscilloscope settings: vertical scale 1V/div, horizontal scale 10ms/div)

6.4.1.3. Pre-control tuning


In many cases the pre-control tuning is not necessary. However, if improved behaviour of the current
immediately after bridge inversion is required, the pre-control tuning may be executed.
Besides Proportional-Integral regulator gains, two more parameters affect the current regulation loop
response. Parameters Rect alfa pre and Regen alfa pre located in CONTROL PARM menu represent
additional pre-control parameters to the current regulator output (pre-set of current regulator integral
part). The first parameter applies in rectifier mode while the second applies in regenerative mode. By
setting a pre-control angle to the correct value, the DC link current will reach the reference level faster,
after the bridge inversion.
To force the bridge inversion, the test generator frequency Gen frequency parameter must be increased
until positive to negative and negative to positive steps in current reference are observed as shown in
figure 6.4.1.3.1. (large time scale).

COMMISSIONING AND CONTROL DESCRIPTION

Figure 6.4.1.3.1: Initial setup, Pre-control tuning: DClink cur ref and DClink current
(oscilloscope settings: vertical scale 1V/div, horizontal scale 200ms/div)

As in sections 6.4.1.1 and 6.4.1.2, first the rectifier, and subsequently regenerative mode is examined. By
having different settings of Rect alfa pre and Regen alfa pre parameters, it is possible to modify DC
link current response. A lower pre-control angle corresponds to the higher current right after the bridge
inversion. The DC link current response should be around 20ms without any overshoot, similar to figure
6.4.1.1.1. and figure 6.4.1.2.1. Although changing the above parameters allows to achieve faster response, the tuning should be done for recommended 20ms. Examples of tuning in rectifier and regenerative mode are shown in figure 6.4.1.3.2 and figure 6.4.1.3.3 respectively..

Figure 6.4.1.3.2: Inversion from Regen to Rect: DClink cur ref and DClink current
(oscilloscope settings: vertical scale 1V/div, horizontal scale 10ms/div)

(Rect alfa pre = 30el)

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COMMISSIONING AND CONTROL DESCRIPTION

Figure 6.4.1.3.3: Inversion from Rect to Regen: DClink cur ref and DClink current
(oscilloscope settings: vertical scale 1V/div, horizontal scale 10ms/div)

(Regen alfa pre = 25el)


After the tuning procedure, restore parameter DClink cur lim to the original value and disconnect the
test generator, set Gen access = OFF. Save all parameters by executing Save parameters in SPEC
FUNCTION menu.

6.4.2. Part 2: At load


The objet now is to tune the parameters of the gain adaptation function used in the Gains adaptation
block. A load must be applied to the DC link, variable from zero to the full positive converter output
current (Rect bridge operating) and also, when the regenerative mode is to be tuned, from zero to the full
negative converter output current (Regen bridge operating). This can be done by starting up all the
drives connected to the common bus, then stopping them or observing the point in the load profile during
the normal operation when there is required power change.
Parameters to tune for the rectifier mode are Rect CD cur thr, Rect CD factor and for the regenerative
mode Regen CD cur thr and Regen CD factor. They are all located in the CONTROL PARM menu.
The parameters Rect CD cur thr, Regen CD cur thr denote the boundary for continuous/discontinuous
output DC link current in percentage of the rated converter output current.
The C/D current boundary can be determined by monitoring on an oscilloscope DClink cur act programmed on one of the analog outputs or monitoring the converter real output current, measured by a
current probe. The current is discontinuous at light load and becomes continuous at about 70% load
current. The exact C/D boundary depends on the mains choke inductance. The C/D thresholds parameters must be set to a current which is approximately. 3 - 5% less than the current at real discontinuous/
continuous boundary. The parameters for rectifier mode and regenerative mode are usually different.

COMMISSIONING AND CONTROL DESCRIPTION

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Gain adaptation factor

Discontinuous current

Continuous current

Rated conv curr/16


Rect CD cur thr
Regen CD cur thr

Rect CD factor
Regen CD factor

0
Rated conv curr

DClink cur ref

Figure 6.4.2.1: PI current regulator gains adaptation function

Parameters Rect CD factor and Regen CD factor determine the PI regulator gains reduction factors
which are applied after the reference current exceeds the C/D boundary set by the Rect CD cur thr and
Regen CD cur thr parameters. The actual current regulator Proportional and Integral gains for rectifier
and regenerative mode respectively are always calculated by applying the Gain adaptation factor:
DClinkC P in use = DClink Curr P Gain adaptation factor
DClinkC I in use = DClink Curr I Gain adaptation factor
The Gain adaptation factor varies as shown in figure 6.4.2.1. in relation to the reference DC link current.
The factor parameters Rect CD factor and Regen CD factor must be set to such values that output DC
link current does not oscillate when the converter operates in continuous conduction. A small oscillation
when crossing the C/D boundary is permitted but it must drop off quickly. Tuning can be done by observing the currents DClin cur ref and DClink current programmed on analog outputs.
The examples of tuning for corresponding parameters for rectifier mode are shown in figure 6.4.2.2. and
figure 6.4.2.3.
A single inverter is connected to the DC link and the motor acceleration transient has been used to carry
out the tuning.
In the first case (figure 6.4.2.2), the tuning is insufficient. Parameter Rect CD cur thr is set to a higher
value than the real C/D boundary, increased oscillation/ripple can be observed on the waveform of DClink
current starting from about 55% of rated converter current.
The second figure shows correct behaviour after the parameters Rect CD cur thr and Rect CD factor
have been reduced.

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COMMISSIONING AND CONTROL DESCRIPTION

Figure 6.4.2.2: Tuning of Gain adaptation block parameters, Rectifier mode: DClink cur ref and DClink current
(oscilloscope settings: vertical scale 2V/div corresponds to 20%
of rated current, horizontal scale 1s/div)

( Rect CD cur thr = 60%, Rect CD factor = 0.3 )

Figure 6.4.2.3: Tuning of Gain adaptation block parameters, Rectifier mode: DClink cur ref and DClink current
(oscilloscope settings: vertical scale 2V/div corresponds to 20%
of rated current, horizontal scale 1s/div)

( Rect CD cur thr = 50%, Rect CD factor = 0.25 )

COMMISSIONING AND CONTROL DESCRIPTION

13

6.5. CIRCUIT IDENTIFICATION


The circuit identification function measures the load circuit capacitance and optimizes the voltage
regulation loop parameters - gains for both PI and State Feedback regulators. The feedforward type
influences the automatic gains calculation and therefore it must be selected before starting identification
procedure.
The identification function may be executed from the keypad or from the WIN SR configuration program.
When executed from the keypad, Main commands=Digital, converter must be also enabled from
Terminals, set Identification=ON, press Enable key. The identification starts which is confirmed by a
flashing message on the display, "Idn running".
The Device ready parameter, programmable digital output and relay output for this parameter are not
active. If the enabling sequence for the inverters is done according to the section 4.3., the inverters are
disabled. Using other inverter enabling sequence, it must be ensured that when the identification is
active, the inverters are not enabled.
During identification, movement between menus is possible but the user must not change any parameter.
Identification may last up to several minutes. When the procedure is running, the keys Enable or Disable
have no effect. The identification can be interrupted only by setting Identification=OFF or by disabling
the converter from the Terminals. Disabling from the Terminals will trigger alarm message Identif.
failed. In that case the identification must be repeated. The same alarm message is produced when the
measured capacitor value is outside the limits allowed for DClink capacitor parameter or an internal
overflow during automatic gain calculation is encountered.
The end of identification procedure is confirmed by a brief message on the display, "Idn finished".
Parameter Identification is set automatically to OFF. It is possible to check measured load capacitor
value by reading DClink capacitor parameter.
The maximum capacitor value that can be measured or assigned depends on the converter size and is
given in the following table:

Converter
SR32-...-185
SR32-...-280
SR32-...-420
SR32-...-650
SR32-...-1050

Maximum value for parameter


DClink capacitor
[mF]
31.55
47.76
71.64
110.88
179.12
L 0390gb

When using a WIN SR configuration program to carry out the identification, an identification window
should be called up which can be used to carry out the same operations as described above.
If the value of total capacitance connected to the DC link is known, e.g., from the inverter data book, it
is also possible to skip the identification procedure and specify it directly by setting this parameter. The
automatic gains calculation and assignment will also be done.

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COMMISSIONING AND CONTROL DESCRIPTION

List of regulator parameters set automatically:


DClink Volt P
DClink Volt I
DClink Volt P B
DClink Volt I B
DClink Volt RDC1
DClink Volt RDC2
DClink Volt KDC

NOTE!

Circuit identification must always be done when total DC link capacitance is changed,
for example, when connecting or disconnecting inverters from the common bus system.
No resistive load may be connected to the DC link when running the identification.
If previous parameter values are desired, device may be simply switched off and then
on. Previously saved parameters are loaded.
Upon finishing, parameters must be saved with the command Save parameters in
order to take effect next time when the device is powered up.

6.6. TUNING/OPTIMIZATION OF VOLTAGE REGULATORS


Manual tuning of voltage regulators is not required because these are tuned automatically at the end of
circuit identification procedure. However, if the user wishes to manual tune the voltage regulator because
he is not satisfied with the results of automatic tuning, it is possible to do manual tuning by using a built
in device test signal generator.
The procedure is similar to the current regulator tuning. A two channel digital oscilloscope is connected
to analog outputs 1 and 2. Signals DClink volt ref and DClink voltage are selected on the analog
outputs. The test generator is connected, Gen access=DClink volt ref+. The feedforward type is selected by setting Feedfwd mode=OFF or Internal. It is advisable to reduce DC link current limit to
50% by setting DClink cur lim=50%. The user must ensure that inverters are not enabled when DC link
is charged, this is automatically ensured when using standard enabling sequence. Following an Enable,
the converter's DC link will be charged and discharged periodically. It may be necessary to change the
test generator frequency to see that steady state voltage levels are reached.
At this point, the voltage PI regulator gains DClink Volt P and DClink Volt I can be changed to achieve
desired DC link voltage response. It should be realized that by this procedure a response to the change of
reference can be adjusted. The tuning should be for 20-30% overshoot, because in normal operating
conditions, a good response to the load change is required.

COMMISSIONING AND CONTROL DESCRIPTION

15

Only PI regulator gains can be tuned manually by this procedure. It is not recommended to manually tune
the State Feedback gains due to the immense complexity of the regulation theory involved.

NOTE!

At the end of tuning, test generator must be disconnected, DClink cur lim must be
restored and parameters saved with the command Save Parameters.

6.7. FEEDFORWARD CONTROL


The feedforward control term added to the output of DC link voltage, in the control scheme in figure
6.3.1., allows faster response of the regulator to the changes of load power. The faster response, in turn,
allows better handling of regenerative transients without the substantial DC link voltage increase that
would lead to overvoltages.
The rapid power change in the DC link is experienced when the drives connected to the DC link perform
fast speed reversal, fast acceleration or deceleration. Of course, the capability to sustain the load power
transients depends a great deal on the total value of the inverter's capacitors connected to the common
bus. The addition of a supplemental capacitor bank on the DC link may help to improve the operation of
common bus system in critical cases.
The feedforward may be obtained from the converter internal measurements, knowing the value of the
total DC link capacitance, DClink capacitor parameter must be specified. This type of feedforward is
called Internal. It should be used in most applications. The other type of feedforward is External obtained from a special signal from the inverter using an analog output set to Feed fwd power. This special
feedback can be provided from the AMV32 series of vector inverters with the software version V3.000
and higher. It allows shorter voltage regulator response times and thus it is suitable for applications with
higher power dynamics. The selection of feedforward type is made via Feedfwd mode parameter.

AMV32

SR32

TBO

FF input
1

Analog
output

PE

10

Set to:
Feed fwd power

Figure 6.7.1: External feedforward connection

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COMMISSIONING AND CONTROL DESCRIPTION

The signal is received as an analog signal. In that case, a connection between the inverter analog output
(available by using optional TBO card ) and SR32 converter analog input (FF input) must be established
as shown in figure 6.7.1. It is necessary to set on the inverter analog output Feed fwd power signal.
The feedback may also be provided in digital form through one of the fast communication channels
(Process Data Channels) of the field bus interface that can be installed as an option.
In both cases it is necessary to input a scale of the feedback power signal, Full load power parameter.
The feedforward power calculated inside the inverter is scaled as follows:

Full load power = 3 Full load curr Mains voltage

(1)

This power corresponds to the full range of the inverter analog output (10V) and full scale of Power FF
bus parameter (215 -1). The Full load curr and Mains voltage are the inverter parameters.

NOTE!

External feed forward control is suitable for single inverter system only.

COMMISSIONING AND CONTROL DESCRIPTION

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COMMISSIONING AND CONTROL DESCRIPTION

7 - PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

The line regen converters of SR32 series are programable devices whose operation and functions can be
adopted via series of parameters to meet the requirements of a specific application. The parameters may
be read, edited and changed via:
1.

Keypad with display

2.

WIN SR configuration program and serial connection with PC

3.

Field Bus interface

Bellow is a detailed description of the complete parameter set organized according to the menus and
submenus as they appear when using the keypad. More details about each parameter can be found in
chapter 11 where the parameter list in the table form is presented.

7.1. BASIC MENU


In this menu, all parameters describing the converter type are located. They identify the basic technical
data of a particular SR32 device and version of the converter software.

BASIC MENU

Rated conv curr


Rated mains volt
Software version
L0430i

min

Value
max

465

Rated mains volt [V]

333

Software version

331

Parameter

No.

Rated conv curr [A]

factory

Note

S
185
280
420
650
1050
V
400
480
L6027gb

PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

Rated conv curr

Converter rated continuous output current according to the table 2.4.3.1. column
1. The same data can also be found on the converter identification nameplate.

Rated mains volt

Rated input voltage for the converter Rect bridge according to the table 2.4.2.1.
column 1. The same data can also be found on the converter indetification
nameplate.

Software version

It displays the number of the converter software version. The same data can be
found on the converter EPROMS located on the R-SR32 regulation card.

7.2. MONITOR
In this menu, parameters showing the actual value of the principal converter variables and also the state
of converter digital I/O are located. Instantaneous value/state is shown.

MONITOR
Measurements
Rect mains volt
Regen mains volt
Mains frequency
DClink volt ref
DClink voltage
DClink cur ref
DClink current
DClink power
Feedfwd power
Alfa Trig angle
Alfa FF angle
Alfa MID angle
Heatsink Temp
Overload accum
Pad 2
Pad 3
I/O
Digital I/Q
Virtual dig inp
Virtual dig out
L0440i

PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

Parameter

No.

Rect mains volt [V]


Regen mains volt [V]
Mains frequency [Hz]
DClink volt ref [V]
DClink voltage [V]
DClink cur ref [%]
DClink current [%]
DClink power [kW]
Feedfwd power [kW]
Alfa Trig angle [el]
Alfa FF angle [el]
Alfa MID angle [el]
Heatsink Temp [C]
Overload accum [%]
Pad 2
Pad 3
Digital I/Q
Virtual dig inp
Virtual dig out

466
840
588
851
233
852
853
854
869
855
831
832
881
655
505
506
582
583

Value
max

factory

0
-32768
-32768

100
+32767
+32767

0
0
0

0
0

65535
65535

min
0
0
0
0

Note

0
0
0

L 6030gb

Rect mains volt

Line to line voltage in Volts on the input of the Rect bridge. The value shown
corresponds to the RMS value of the fundamental voltage harmonic.

Regen mains volt

Line to line voltage in Volts on the input of the Regen bridge. The value shown
corresponds to the RMS value of the fundamental voltage harmonic. The
measurement is active only after a correct voltage has been applied to the Rect
bridge input.

Mains frequency

Frequency in Hertz of the input voltage on the converter Rect bridge. The
measurement is active only after a correct voltage has been applied to the Rect
bridge input.

DClink volt ref

DC link voltage reference in Volts. The variable is obtained from the input voltage
on the Regen bridge, according to the control block diagram. The reading is
active only after a correct voltage has been applied to the Rect and Regen bridge
input.

DClink voltage

Actual voltage on the converter output terminals. If the converter is disabled,


the instantaneous value is shown. When, the converter is enabled, a value
averaged every thyristor switching event is shown.

DClink cur ref

Reference for the DC link current as a percentage of the Rated conv curr
parameter. Output of the DC link voltage regulator after the limitation.

DClink current

Averaged actual value of the DC link output current as a percentage of the Rated
conv curr parameter. Such value is calculated after every thyristor switching
event.

PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

DClink power

Actual value in Kilowatts of the DC link output power, obtained from the DClink
voltage and DClink current parameters.

Feedfwd power

Actual value in Kilowatts of the Feedforward power obtained from the parallel
connected inverter. Parametrization and connection between the converter and
the inverter are required.

Alfa Trig angle

Thyristor firing angle in electrical degrees. The actual value is displayed when
the converter is enabled. The last value of the firing angle before disabling is
shown in disable condition.

Alfa FF angle

Angle in electrical degrees denoting the intersection between the applicable


mains voltage (Rect/Regen bridge) and the DC link output voltage, calculated
in the Angle feedforward calculator block. The actual value is shown when the
converter is enabled. The last value of the angle before disabling is shown in
disable condition.

Alfa MID angle

Feedforward angle in electrical degrees. The actual value is shown when the
converter is enabled. The last value of the angle before disabling is shown in
disable condition.

Heatsink Temp

Converter heatsink temperature in Celsius degrees.

Overload accum

In a overload condition, the value of the converter overload accumulator is


displayed as a percentage of the device total I2t capacity.

Pad 2

Actual value of the Pad 2 parameter. The parametrization is necessary for the
use of Pad functions (see chapter 7.10.2).

Pad 3

Actual value of the Pad 3 parameter. The parametrization is necessary for the
use of Pad functions (see chapter 7.10.2).

Digital I/O

Status of the converter dedicated and programmable digital inputs and outputs.
Display:
I
1234
ECR
Q
1234
A number or letter is displayed if voltage is present at the corresponding terminal.
Numbers denote the state of programmable digital I/O. Letters denote the state
of dedicated digital inputs:
E - Enable (terminal 31)
C - Contactor ( terminal 32 )
R - Reduce ( terminal 33 )
When a serial line or Field bus is used the status of digital I/O can be read via
Dig input term and Dig output term parameters.

Virual dig inp


Virtual dig out

Status of the digital virtual inputs.


Status of the digital virtual outputs. The digital virtual I/O are used in connection
with the Field Bus interface only. They allow a faster communication. For further
details see the Field Bus interface documentation.

PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

7.3. CIRCUIT PARM


Parameters describing the outside power circuit are located here.

CIRCUIT PARM
DClink capacitor
L0435i

Parameter

No.

DClink capacitor [mF]

830

min
1

Value
max
S

factory
S

Note

L 6035gb

DClink capacitor

Total value of the load circuit capacitance in millifarads. The value of DClink
capacitance can be measured automatically by the converter circuit identification
function, see section 6.5, that should be executed during the commissioning
procedure. The result of the automatic measurement is recorded in this parameter.
The parameter can also be entered directly if the value of total capacitance
connected to the converter output is known (e.g. from the inverter data sheet).
Direct specification of this parameter will trigger automatic calculation of the
gains for both voltage regulators as it is done at the end of identification procedure (see chapter 6.5 for maximum value of this parameter).

7.4. CONTROL PARM


Parameters controlling the function of the converter regulation blocks are located here.

CONTROL PARM
Reference factor
Rect alfa pre
Regen alfa pre
Rect CD cur thr
Rect CD factor
Regen CD cur thr
Regen CD factor
Rect invert thr
Regen invert thr
DClink volt et+
DClink volt etL0445i

PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

Parameter

No.

Reference factor [%]


Rect alfa pre [el]
Regen alfa pre [el]
Rect CD cur thr [%]
Rect CD factor
Regen CD cur thr [%]
Regen CD factor
Rect invert thr [%]
Regen invert thr [%]
DClink volt et+ [V]
DClink volt et- [V]

833
836
837
838
839
870
871
834
835
872
873

Value
max
80
60.0
60.0

min
50
0.0
0.0
0
0.05
-100
0.05
0.1
-5.0
0.1
-20.0

factory
80
60.0
60.0
S
S
S
S
0.1
-1.0
1.0
60.0

100
0.95
0
0.95
5.0
-0.1
20.0
-0.1

Note

L 6050gb

Invert deadband

Reference
factor
DClink volt
0.80
ref+

Regen mains
volt

1.34

To DC link voltage
PI regulator block

DClink volt
ref

Rect/Regen

DClink voltage
error deadband

+
DClink
voltage

_
DClink volt et+
DClink volt et-

Rect invert thr


Regen invert thr

Rect alfa pre


Regen alfa pre

Gain adaptation
Rect CD factor
Regen CD factor

From Invert
deadband block

To DC link current
PI regulator block

DClink
cur ref

Internal alfa limits

+
From DC link current
PI regulator block

Rect CD cur thr


Regen CD cur thr

From Feedforward
calculator block

Figure 7.4.1: Block diagrams of control parameters

Reference factor

Reduction factor of the DC link voltage reference as a percentage of the maximum


output voltage obtainable for the Regen bridge if it would be working as a rectifier.
The maximum theoretical value is 80%. The actual voltage reference is calculated
according to the input voltage available on the Regen bridge and the parameter
Reference factor as shown in the control block diagram. This parameter can be
reduced when the output requires a voltage lower than the rated one.

PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

Rect alfa pre

Pre-control angle for Rect bridge in electrical degrees. By properly setting this
angle, as described in section 6.4.1.3., a faster output current response to the
change of the reference right after the Regen to Rect bridge inversion may be
obtained.

Regen alfa pre

Pre-control angle for Regen bridge in electrical degrees. By properly setting


this angle, as described in section 6.4.1.3., a faster output current response to
the change of the reference right after the Rect to Regen bridge inversion may
be obtained.

Rect CD cur thr

Parameter of Gains adaptation block denoting discontinuous/continuous output current boundary for Rect bridge in percent of the Rated conv curr parameter. For proper setting of this angle refer to section 6.4.2.

Rect CD factor

Current regulator gains reduction factor for Rect bridge. It is applied when
reference current exceeds discontinuous/continuous current boundary set by Rect
CD cur thr parameter. Parameter belongs to the Gains adaptation block. For
proper setting of this parameter refer to section 6.4.2.

Regen CD cur thr

Parameter of Gains adaptation block denoting discontinuous/continuous output current boundary for Regen bridge in percent of the Rated conv curr parameter. For proper setting of this angle refer to section 6.4.2.

Regen CD factor

Current regulator gains reduction factor for Regen bridge. It is applied when
reference current exceeds discontinuous/continuous current boundary set by
Regen CD cur thr parameter. Parameter belongs to the Gains adaptation block.
For proper setting of this parameter refer to section 6.4.2.

Rect invert thr

Current reference threshold for the Regen to Rect bridge inversion in percent of
the Rated conv curr parameter. Parameter of Invert deadband block. An
inversion is made from Regen to Rect bridge when the current reference exceeds
the value set by this parameter.

Regen invert thr

Current reference threshold for the Rect to Regen bridge inversion in percent of
the Rated conv curr parameter. Parameter of Invert deadband block. An
inversion is made from Rect to Regen bridge when the current reference exceeds
the value set by this parameter.

DClink volt et+

Positive threshold in Volts for DC link voltage error. Parameter belongs to the
DClink voltage error deadband block. A signal is applied to PI voltage regulator
when the voltage error exceeds the value set by this parameter, otherwise a zero
is applied. This prevents changes in the current reference from the proportional
action of voltage regulator in case that link voltage slightly changes/oscillates.

DClink volt et-

Negative threshold in Volts for DC link voltage error. Parameter belongs to the
DClink voltage error deadband block. A signal is applied to PI voltage regulator when the voltage error exceeds the value set by this parameter, otherwise a
zero is applied. This prevents changes in the current reference from the
proportional action of voltage regulator in case that link voltage slightly changes/
oscillates.

PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

7.5. REGULATORS PARM


In this menu, parameters denoting the gains of all regulators in the control scheme are located. These are,
two types of DC link voltage regulator - Proportional-Integral type and State Feedback with Integral
control type and DC link current regulator which is Proportional-Integral type. The tuning of these two
regulators determines their control characteristic and therefore it has an impact on the overall performance of the converter.
For PI regulators there are two ways to enter the value of a particular gain. Through a gain base value
parameters in physical units or through a gain percentage parameters. The percentage parameters are
expressed in percent of the base value parameters. It is recommended to use a percentage parameters first
for setting the gains and modify the base value parameter only after the range of percentage parameter is
not sufficient. For State Feedback regulator only base value parameters are provided since the setting of
these parameters should be based on the exact mathematical design.
Voltage regulators gains are set automatically at the end of circuit identification function that should be
executed as a part of the commissioning procedure.
Current regulator gains must be set manually in case that mains choke or supply network parameters are
different from the recommended ones.
For current regulator also In use values are provided since its gains are adopted during operation by
Gain adaptation block.

REGULATORS PARM
Percent values
DClink V PI reg
DClink Volt P
DClink Volt I
DClink C PI reg
DClink Curr P
DClink Curr I
Base values
DClink V PI reg
DClink Volt P B
DClink Volt I B
DClink V SF reg
DClink Volt RDC1
DClink Volt RCD2
DClink Volt KDC
DClink C PI reg
DClink Curr P B
DClink Curr I B
In use values
DClink C PI reg
DClinkC P in use
DClinkC I in use
L0450i

PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

DClink current
PI regulator

DClink voltage
PI regulator
From Gain
adaptation block

To current
limits block
From DC link
voltage error
deadband block

STOP
DClink Volt P
DClink Volt I
DClink Volt P B
DClink Volt I B

From invert
+
deadband block

To internal
Alfa limits block

DClink cur fwd


DClink current

STOP
DClink Curr P
DClink Curr I
DClink Curr P B
DClink Curr I B
DClinkC P in use
DClinkC I in use

Figure 7.5.1: DC link voltage and current PI regulators

Anti - reset
windup gain

Integrator
Current limits
DClink volt ref
+

_
DClink volt KDC
_

DClink cur ref


+

+
DClink cur lim
DClink cur lim+
DClink cur limIn use DCcr lim+
In use DCcr lim-

DClink voltage
DClink volt RDC2
+

Low pass filter


DClink current
DClink volt RDC1

Figure 7.5.2: Block diagram of DC link voltage State Feedback regulator

PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

Parameter

No.

DClink Volt P [%]


DClink Volt I [%]
DClink Curr P [%]
DClink Curr I [%]
DClink Volt P B [A/V]
DClink Volt I B [A/V*s]
DClink Volt RDC1 [A]
DClink Volt RDC2 [A/V]
DClink Volt KDC [A/V*s]
DClink Curr P B [el/A]
DClink Curr I B [el/A*s]
DClinkC P in use [%]
DClinkC I in use [%]

841
842
847
848
843
844
826
827
828
849
850
845
846

min
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.01
0.01
S
S
0.0
0.001
0.01
0.0
0.0

Value
max
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
100.0
100.0

factory
20.0
10.0
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S

Note

L 6055gb

DClink Volt P

Proportional gain of the DC link voltage PI regulator as a percentage of the


DClink Volt P B parameter.

DClink Volt I

Integral gain of the DC link voltage PI regulator as a percentage of the DClink


Volt I B parameter.

DClink Curr P

Proportional gain of the DC link current PI regulator as a percentage of the


DClink Curr P B parameter.

DClink Curr I

Integral gain of the DC link current PI regulator as a percentage of the DClink


Curr I B parameter.

DClink Volt P B

Base value of the DC link voltage PI regulator proportional gain in Amp/Volt.

DClink Volt I B

Base value of the DC link voltage PI regulator integral gain in Amp/Voltsec.

DClink Volt RDC1

Base value of the DC link voltage State Feedback regulator RDC1 gain in
Amps.

DClink Volt RDC2

Base value of the DC link voltage State Feedback regulator RDC2 gain in
Amp/Volt.

DClink Volt KDC

Base value of the DC link voltage State Feedback regulator KDC gain in
Amp/Voltsec.

DClink Curr P B

Base value of the DC link current regulator proportional gain in el/Amp.

DClink Curr I B

Base value of the DC link current regulator integral gain in el/Ampsec.

DClinkC P in use

In use proportional gain of the DC link current PI regulator as a percentage of


the DClink Curr P B parameter.

10

PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

DClinkC I in use

In use integral gain of the DC link current PI regulator as a percentage of the


DClink Curr I B parameter.

The maximum values of all base parameters contained in this menu (parameters whose names end with
B and all parameters of State feedback DC link voltage regulator) depend on the device size. The
relation between the base value, the percent value and the actual gain value used in the regulator is as
follows:

ACTUAL VALUE = BASE VALUE

PERCENT VALUE

(1)
100%
In case of current regulator, when the gains adaptation function is active, one should also consider the
Gain adaptation factor as shown in section 6.4.2 to get the resulting Current regulator gains.

7.6. LIMITS
In this menu, parameters determining the limits imposed on the variables in two different points of the
regulation chain are located. These are DC link current limits located in CURRENT LIMITS submenu
and firing angle limits located in ALFA LIMITS submenu.
LIMITS
Current limits
DClink cur lim
DClink cur lim+
DClink cur limIn use DCcr lim+
In use DCcr limAlfa limits
Alfa rect min
Alfa regen max
L0480i

Alfa limits

Current limits
From DC link
voltage regulator
block

DClink cur ref

From Internal
Alfa limits
block

+
DClink cur lim
DClink cur lim+
DClink cur limIn use DCcr lim+
In use DCcr lim-

Alfa Trig
angle

Alfa MID
angle

Alfa rect min


Alfa regen max

Figure 7.6.1: Current limits and Alfa limits

PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

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7.6.1. Current limits


LIMITS
Current limits
DClink cur lim
DClink cur lim+
DClink cur limIn use DCcr lim+
In use DCcr limL0485i

Parameter

No.

DClink cur lim [%]


DClink cur lim+ [%]
DClink cur lim- [%]
In use DCcr lim+ [%]
In use DCcr lim- [%]

856
857
858
859
860

min

Value
max

factory

0
0
0
0
0

150
150
150
150
150

100
100
100
100
100

Note

L6060gb

DClink cur lim

General symmetrical DC link current limit in percent of the Rated conv curr
parameter. When this parameter is entered, both the positive and negative current
limits, parameters DClink cur lim+ and DClink cur lim- are set to the value
specified for this parameter. On the other hand when these two parameters are
subsequently set to the lower values the parameter DClink cur lim is set to a
value which is minimum of these two parameters.

DClink cur lim+

Positive DC link current limit in percent of the Rated conv curr parameter.
When this parameter is entered after DClink cur lim, the positive limit becomes
equal to one set by this parameter.

DClink cur lim-

Negative DC link current limit in percent of the Rated conv curr parameter.
When this parameter is entered after DClink cur lim, the negative limit becomes
equal to one set by this parameter.

In use DCcr lim+

In use positive DC link current limit in percent of the Rated conv curr parameter.
In use limit is provided because during precharge or discharge sequences the
current limit is determined by Pre/Dis current parameter and not by DClink
cur lim+.

In use DCcr lim-

In use negative DC link current limit in percent of the Rated conv curr parameter.
In use limit is provided because during precharge or discharge sequences the
current limit is determined by Pre/Dis current parameter and not by In use
DCcr lim-.

Unlike the inverters or converters for drive applications, the line regen converters cannot operate in
current limit conditions for a prolonged time. The current limits are used to protect the device and the
power components in the outside circuit like mains choke, autotransformer from the excessive load only.
A typical behaviour when the DC link current reference reaches the positive limit is a rapid decrease of

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PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

the output converter DC voltage which usualy triggers inverter Undervoltage alarm. On the other hand,
reaching the negative limit will result in a rapid increase of the output DC voltage which triggers converter
Overvoltage alarm. The line regen converter will operate in limit condition only for a few miliseconds
in function of the DC link capacitance connected to the output.
In order to enable the operation with overload, the current limits must be increased from their default
value 100% to the overload current desired ( e.g. 120% ) up to the maximum current 150%.
Built in overload protection function has been calibrated to allow the IEC 146 class 2 service. For this
purpose the current limits must be set to 130%. In this setting, the converter will be able to deliver 150%
overload for the period of 60 seconds with the base current according to table 2.4.3.1 column 2.
The available overload times and pause times for a desired value of the DC link current can be read from
the figures 7.6.1.1. and 7.6.1.2. respectivelly. 100% is refered to the converter rated current according
to table 2.4.3.1 column 1.

Figure 7.6.1.1: DClink current vs. Overload time function

Figure 7.6.1.2: DClink current vs. Pause time function

PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

13

7.6.2. Angle limits


The angle limits are used to impose the limits on the converter firing angle for both bridges. For Rect
bridge the minimum trigger angle is significant. For Regen bridge, on the other hand, the maximum
trigger angle is significant. The default factory setting of these two parameters is suitable for almost all
the cases. The minimum for Alfa rect min and maximum for Alfa regen max values are determined by
the converter operation principle.

LIMITS
Alfa limits
Alfa rect min
Alfa regen max
L0490i

Parameter

No.

Alfa rect min [el]


Alfa regen max [el]

874
875

min
0.0
150.0

Value
max
30.0
160.0

factory
3.0
160.0

Note

L6065gb

Alfa rect min

Minimum firing angle for Rect bridge in electrical degrees.

Alfa regen max

Maximum firing angle for Regen bridge in electrical degrees.

7.7. CONFIGURATION
In this menu, parameters determining the configuration of the converter are located. That is, parameters
determining the control commands input, converter reaction in various alarm situations located in PROG
ALARMS submenu, setting for the converter serial interface and parameter write access protection.

CONFIGURATION
Main commands
Control mode
Device address
Ser answer delay
Pword1:
L0600i

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PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

Parameter

min

Value
max

factory

252

Digital

253

Local

319
408
85

0
0
0

127
900
99999

0
0
0

No.

Main commands
Terminals
Digital
Control mode
Local
Bus
Device address
Ser answer delay
Pword1:
Disabled/Enabled

Note

L6120gb

Main commands

Parameter specifies from where the converter Enable command will be actuated.
Terminals The Enable command is given exclusively via the terminal strip.
Digital

Control mode

The Enable command must be given both via the termianal strip
and via the digital channel (keypad/RS485/Field bus depending on
the Control mode parameter).

Parameter specifies whether the digital channel is the keypad/RS485 or a bus


system (Optional).
Local

The digital channel is the keypad or the RS485 serial interface

Bus

The digital channel is a bus system (Option)

The following tables show the operating modes possible.

Parameters
Main
Control
commands
mode
Terminals

Digital

Actuation of
Enable

Disable

Local

Terminals

Terminals

Local

Terminals &
Keypad /
RS485

Terminals or
Keypad /
RS485

Terminals

Bus

Terminals

Terminals

Digital

Bus

Terminals &
Field Bus/
RS485

Terminals or
Field Bus or
RS485

Control mode

Keypad /
RS485
or Bus

Failure reset

Save parameters

Terminals /
Keypad /
RS485

Keypad /
RS485
Keypad /
RS485

Terminals /
Keypad /
RS485
Bus

Keypad /
RS485
or Bus
Keypad /
RS485
or Bus
L6100gb

PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

15

Parameters
Main commands Control mode
Terminals

Terminals

Write access restrictions


Keypad / RS485

Bus

Local

Digital

Local

Terminals

Bus

Digital

Bus

Access to
everything assigned
to programmable
I/Os

Access to all
parameters not assigned
to programmable
digital inputs

Selection of
Control mode
Access to all
parameters not assigned
to programmable
digital inputs
L6110gb

Access via the keypad, RS485 serial interface or Field Bus is protected when Pword 1: Enabled

NOTE!

Write access from Bus through Process Data Channel is not affected by Control
Mode selection.

Device address

Address of the device when it is networked via the RS485 interface.

Ser answer delay

Minimum delay in milliseconds between the device last byte reception and the
start byte of its response. This delay avoids conflicts on the serial line when the
RS485 interface used is not preset for an automatic commutation Tx/Rx.

The parameter concerns exclusively the RS485 interface. Example: if the maximum delay between the
master computer and device Tx/Rx communication is 20ms this parameter must be set to a higher value,
Ser answer delay=22ms.
Pword1:

Protects the parameters from unauthorized changes when keypad, RS485 or


Field Bus are used. The password can be freely defined by the user in the from
a 5-digit combination. More details how to set the password can be found in
section 5.1.4.

On delivery Pword 1 is not set and the user has free access to all parameters.

7.7.1. Prog alarms


The line regen converters of SR32 series contain extensive fault monitoring functions. These are divided
into two groups programmable and non-programmable. The programmable alarm parameters which
influence the converter behaviour in different alarm situations are located in this submenu.
For different alarms, different configuration/reaction can be programmed. For example:
1.
2.
3.

Threshold for trip


Converter reaction to the alarm
Automatic restart

The states of all programble alarms can be assigned to the programable digital outputs.

16

PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

CONFIGURATION
Prog alarms
Undervoltage
UV Rect thr
UV Regen thr
UV Latch
UV Hold off time
UV Restart time
Overvoltage
Overvoltage thr
OV Latch
OV Hold off time
OV Restart time
Overcurrent
Overcurrent thr
OC Activity
OC Latch
OC Hold off time
OC Restart time
Failure supply
FS Latch
External Fault
EF Activity
EF Latch
EF Hold off time
EF Restart time
Bus loss
BL Activity
BL Latch
BL Hold off time
BL Restart time
Hw opt 1 failure
HO Activity
Overload
OL Latch
OL Restart time
Contactor fbk
CF Hold off time
Heatsink
HS Activity
Enable seq err
ES Activity
ES Latch
L0660i

PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

17

Factory
Alarm

No.

Undervoltage
Overvoltage
Overcurrent
Failure Supply
External fault
Bus loss
Hw opt1 failure
Overload
Contactor fbk
Heatsink
Enable seq err

Activity

Latch

Threshold

Disable
Disable
Disable
Disable
Disable
Disable

ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON

V
V
110%
-

Hold off
time [ms]
2
0
0
0
0
0
200
-

Restart
time [ms]
0
0
0
0
0
-

Note

L6160gb

Activity

NOTA!

Disable

The fault condition causes immediate disabling of the


converter. The alarm message is indicated on the display and status can be output via digital output.

Warning

The fault condition does not causes disabling of the


converter. The alarm message is indicated on the display and status can be output via digital output.

Ignore

The fault condition does not causes disabling of the


converter. There is no alarm message, however status
can be output via digital output.

If there is an alarm message, it is stored in the failure register when the converter
is disabled. The alarm can be reset only in disable state.

Alarm

Ignore

Warning

Disable

Undervoltage

X
X
X

X
X
X
X
X
-

X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

Overvoltage
Overcurrent
Failure Supply
External fault
Bus loss
Hw opt1 failure
Overload
Contactor fbk
Heatsink
Enable seq err

L6165gb

NOTE!

18

For the alarm reset procedure see section 5.1.5.2.

PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

Latch

ON

OFF

Automatic restart is not possible. The alarm is stored. The alarm


message and status is latched even if the fault condition is removed. A command to reset the alarm must be issued.
Automatic restart is possible. The alarm is stored. The alarm
message and status is not latched. When the converter is disabled
(automatically if Activity = Disable or by the user if Activity =
Warning) and the fault condition is removed, alarm is reset
automatically and the converter attempts to restart. If the disable
is not commanded by the user the converter will not restart.

Hold off time

Delay between the fault condition and the alarm activation. If an fault condition
occurs, the alarm is not active for Hold off time. When this time elapses and the
fault is still present, the alarm is activated.

Restart time

If Latch is set to OFF and fault condition persists even after the time defined
via this parameter, automatic restart is not possible. Hence, in order to activate
auto restart function Restart time parameter must be set to a value different
from zero and Latch must be set to OFF.

UV Rect thr, UV Regen thr


Threshold for the intervention of the Undervoltage alarm in Volts.
UV Rect thr parameter is for rect bridge section and UV Regen thr parameter
is for regen brige section.
For the correct intervention of an alarm, this parameter should be set to a voltage
which is lower or equal to the lowest tolerance level of the mains voltage
supplying the converter. It is recommended to carry out such setting at the end
of the commissioning procedure.
The factory setting depends on the converter rated voltage:
SR32...-400 : UV Rect thr =300V,
UV Regen thr=375V
SR32...-480 : UV Rect thr =350V,
Overvoltage thr

UV Regen thr=450V

Threshold for the intervention of the Overvoltage alarm in Volts. The factory
setting depends on the converter rated voltage:
SR32...-400: 650V

SR32...-480: 750V

Overcurrent thr

Threshold for the intervention of the Overcurrent alarm as percentage of the


Rated conv curr parameter. When an overload is required, the threshold must
be incresed from the factory set value 110% to a value which is 10-20% greater
than the required overload current, e.g. if overload current is 130%, parameter
should be set to 150%.

Enable seq err

A special alarm function disallows enable of the converter on power supply


power up. Here below, is the description of the correct enabling sequence and
the reset of the corresponding alarm:

Case a:
Sequence

Main commands = Terminals


1Regulation board power-up: Enable terminal 31 in any state.
2Device initialization: maximum duration time 5 seconds.
3End of device initialization. The Enable terminal 31 is Low ( 0V ).
4Delay time of 1 second during which the Enable terminal must be Low.
5Enabling. Terminal 31 is High ( +24V ).

PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

19

If at the end of the initialization (step 3) or during the 1 second delay time the Enable terminal 31
is High (+24V) an alarm is triggered.

Reg. board power up

Converter initialization

Enable terminal (31)

H
L
min 1 s

t [s]

Figure 7.7.1.1: Enabling sequence: Main commands = Terminals


Case b:
Sequence

Main commands =
Digital
1Regulation board power-up: Enable terminal 31 in any state.
2Device initialization: maximum duration time 5 seconds.
3End of device initialization.
4Delay time of 1 second during which the Enable device terminal must
be Low (0V) and Enable parameter Device enable [314] = Disabled
(0). During this time the Process Data Channels initialization occurs.
5Enabling. Terminal 31 is High (+24V) and Device enable [314] =
Enable (1) or Enable button can be pressed.

If at the end of the initialization (step 3) or during the 1 second delay time the Enable terminal 31
is High (+24V) and Device enable [314] = Enable (1) an alarm is triggered.

Reg. board power up

Converter initialization

Proc.data ch. init.

Device enable [314] AND 1


Enable terminal (31)

0
min 1 s

Figure 7.7.1.2: Enabling sequence: Main commands = Digital

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PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

t [s]

In case of fault, the reset sequence is as follows:


1-

If Main commands = Terminals


Set terminal 31 (Enable) = Low (0V) for at least 30 milliseconds
If Main commands = Digital
Set terminal 31 (Enable) = Low (0V) for at least 30 milliseconds, or set Device enable
[314] = Disable ( 0 ).

2-

With Latch = ON

The alarm reset must be carry out manually.

With Latch = OFF

The alarm is automatically reset.

7.8. CONTROL CONFIG


In this menu, parameters determining the configuration of blocks in the converter control scheme are
located. In the submenu FEEDFWD CONTROL, parameters for selecting and setting up the feedforward
control are placed.

CONTROL CONFIG
DClink control
Feedfwd control
Feedfwd mode
Full load power
Scale FF input
Feedfwd filter
External source

Parameter
DClink control
PI regulator
SF+I regulator
Feedfwd mode
OFF
Internal
External
Full load power [kW]
Scale FF input
Feedfwd filter [ms]
External source
FF input
Bus

862

min
0

Value
max
1

factory
PI regulator

863

OFF

868
72
864
882

0.0
-10.000
5
0

750.0
+10.000
100
1

0.0
+1.0
10
FF input

No.

Note

L 6130gb

PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

21

Internal feedforward
calculator

DClink cur
fwd

Low pass filter

DClink current
dV DC

DClink voltage

IDC - C DC

dt

Feedfwd filter

DClink capacitor

Internal

Scale FF input

OFF

External feedforward
calculator

FF

FF input

External

Feedfwd power
PFWD

Power FF bus

DClink voltage
Bus

VDC
Feedfwd mode
Full load power

External source

Figure 7.8.1: Feedforward control

DClink control

Selection of DC link voltage regulator: PI regulator or State Feedback regulator


with Integral control.

Feedfwd mode

Selection of the feedforward control.


OFF
Internal

External

No feedforward - suitable for applications with very


low dynamics.
Feedforward derived from the converter internal variables and DClink capacitor parameter - suitable for
applications with moderate dynamics.
Feedforward derived from the information obtained
from the inverter - suitable for single inverter applications with high dynamics.

The selection must be carried out before specifying DClink capacitor or before
running circuit identification, as the setting influences the automatic gain
calculation for the voltage regulator. For more information on setting of this
parameter refer to section 6.7.

Full load power

Full scale in Kilowatts for dedicated analog input FF input or Power FF bus
parameter. Setting of this parameter is required when an External feedforward
is used. Value to be entered depends on the inverter parameters as indicated in
section 6.7. Only after setting this parameter to a proper value, reading of
Feedfwd power parameter in MEASUREMENTS menu will be correct.

Scale FF input

Scaling factor for dedicated analog input. With a scaling factor of 1.000, 10V
or 20mA on FF input correspond to a value specified by Full load power
parameter.

22

PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

Feedfwd filter

Filter time constant in milliseconds for feedforward current injection in case of


an Internal feedforward.

External source

Selection of the origin (channel analog or digital) for an External feedforward.


FF input
Dedicated analog input.
Bus
Field bus (available only with option card installed).

7.9. I/O CONFIG


Apart from the terminals that have dedicated functions, the line regen converters of SR32 series offer the
possibility of assigning freely programable inputs/outputs to the particular functions. This configuration
can be carried out via the Keypad, serial interface or Field bus connection if present. The freely programable
inputs/outputs are factory set to some typical functions but the setting can be modified by the user to
meet the requirements of the specific application.
The SR32 converter contains 2 analog inputs, parameters for their programming are located in ANALOG
OUTPUTS submenu; 4 digital outputs and 1 relay output, parameters for their programming are located
in DIGITAL OUTPUTS submenu and 4 digital inputs, parameters for their programming are located in
DIGITAL INPUTS submenu.
For terminal numbers of all I/Os refer to the table 4.4.4.

I/O CONFIG
Analog outputs
Analog output 1
Select output 1
Scale output 1
Analog output 2
Select output 2
Scale output 2
Digital outputs
Digital output 1
Digital output 2
Digital output 3
Digital output 4
Relay 2
Digital inputs
Digital input 1
Digital input 2
Digital input 3
Digital input 4
L0700i

PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

23

7.9.1. Analog outputs


I/O CONFIG
Analog outputs
Analog output 1
Select output 1
Scale output 1
Analog output 2
Select output 2
Scale output 2
L0710i

Parameter

No.

Select output 1
Scale output 1
Select output 2
Scale output 2

66
62
67
63

Value
max
1000
+10.000
1000
+10.000

min
0
-10.000
0
-10.000

factory
DClink cur ref
+1.0
DClink current
+1.0

Note

L 6140gb

Select output 1 (2)

Selection of the parameter assigned to the corresponding analog output.


The following assignments are possible:
OFF [0]
Rect mains volt [45]
Alfa MID angle [55]
DClink volt ref [40]
Regen mains volt [46]
In use DCcr lim+ [56]
DClink voltage [41]
FF input [51]
In use DCcr lim- [57]
DClink cur ref [42]
DClink cur fwd [52]
Pad 0 [31]
DClink current [43]
Alfa Trig angle [53]
Pad 1 [32]
DClink cur act [44]
Alfa FF angle [54]

Scale output 1 (2)

Scale factor of the corresponding analog output. The setting of 1,000 yields the
following:
Full range of analog output = 1000V for all voltage variables.
Full range of analog output = 100% for all current variables.
Full range of analog output = 180el for all angle variables.
Full range of analog output = 2047 for all Pad variables.

Scale output 1(2)

Select output 1(2)

Analog output

X
A

Figure 7.9.1.1: Formation of variables for analog outputs

24

PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

7.9.2. Digital outputs

I/O CONFIG
Digital outputs
Digital output 1
Digital output 2
Digital output 3
Digital output 4
Relay 2
L0720i

Parameter

No.

Digital output 1
Digital output 2
Digital output 3
Digital output 4
Relay 2

145
146
147
148
629

Value
max

min
0
0
0
0
0

1000
1000
1000
1000
1000

factory

Note

Device ready
Rect/Regen
Device healthy
Set Voltage
Contactor
L6145gb

Digital output 1 (2) (3) (4)

Selection of the parameter/status assigned to the digital output concerned.


The following assignments are possible:

OFF [0]
Device ready [5]
Device healthy [42]
Cur limit state [4]
Rect / Regen [21]
Contactor [43]
Set voltage [44]
Overload state [7]
Relay 2

NOTE!

Overload warning [41]


Pad A bit [18]
Virt dig input [20]
Undervoltage [11]
Overvoltage [12]
Overcurrent [14]
Failure supply [17]
External fault [16]

Bus loss [26]


Hw opt1 failure [28]
Overload [40]
DClink open [45]
Contactor fbk [39]
Heatsink [13]
Enable seq err [35]

Selection of the parameter/status, assigned to the relay contact between the terminals 75 and 76. The selection list is equal to the one above.

The matching between the parameter value and the digital output is as follows:
0
=
Low =
Relay 2 open
1
=
High =
Relay 2 closed
Interpretation of the alarm is as follows:
0
=
Alarm active
1
=
Alarm not active.

PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

25

7.9.3. Digital inputs

I/O CONFIG
Digital inputs
Digital input 1
Digital input 2
Digital input 3
Digital input 4
L0730i

Parameter

No.

Digital input 1
Digital input 2
Digital input 3
Digital input 4

137
138
139
140

min

Value
max

factory

0
0
0
0

1000
1000
1000
1000

OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF

Note

L6150gb

Digital input 1 (2) (3) (4)

Selection of the parameter addressed by the digital input.


The following assignments are possible:
OFF [0]
Failure reset [8]
Pad A bit 0 [32]

Pad A bit 1 [33]


Pad A bit 2 [34]
Pad A bit 3 [35]

NOTE!

The matching between the parameter value and the digital input is as follows:
0
=
Low
1
=
High.

NOTE!

Programming of more digital inputs for the same parameter is prevented by logic
implemented in the selection of digital inputs. When a digital input is programmed
for a certain parameter, this parameter disappears from the selection list of other
digital inputs. If it is desired to program the other digital input for the same parameter,
it is necessary to set the selection for the first digital input to OFF. In this way, parameter
becomes automatically available in the selection list of the other digital inputs.

26

PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

7.10. FUNCTIONS
In the Functions menu parameters organized in submenus for setting the various converter functions are
located. These functions can be enabled or disabled to adapt the converter functionality to the requirements
of a particular application.

FUNCTIONS
Contactor prog
Contactor contr
Contactor delay
DClink volt set
DClink volt err
DClink volt dly
Charge control
Pre/Dis current
Discharge control
Startup display
Links
Pad parameters
L0770i

Parameter

min

Value
max

factory

865

OFF

866
876
877
861
884

0
1
0
5
0

65535
50
65536
30
1

0
5
100
10
OFF

887

16

OFF

No.

Contactor contr

Note

OFF
ON
Contactor delay [ms]
DClink volt err [%]
DClink volt dly [ms]
Pre/Dis current [%]
Discharge control
OFF
ON
Startup display

L6170gb

It is possible to configure the converter for AC main input contactor control. The parameters for setting
this function are located in CONTACTOR PROG submenu.

PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

27

Contactor contr

Enabling or disabling of the AC input contactor control by the converter.


ON

OFF

Contactor delay

The input contactor is controlled by the converter. For this purpose


a digital output or Relay 2 can be used programmed for Contactor
to actuate the auxiliary contactor controlling the input contactor.
With the Enable command, the converter ensures the closing of the
input contactor, and, similarly, with the Disable command converter
ensures the opening of the input contactor. The converter is able to
detect a malfunction of the input contactor through a feedback signal
provided from the input contactor auxiliary contact to a dedicated
digital input, terminal 32. If this "feedback" signal is missing the
Contactor fbk alarm is triggered.
The mains contactor is not controlled by the converter. Terminal
32 must be connected to high logic (+24V) terminal 19, and terminal
35 must be connected to common, terminal 18. This avoids triggering
of Contactor fbk alarm.

Delay in milliseconds between the Disable command and the opening of the
mains contactor. Setting of this delay may be useful when the converter is
configured to restart automaticaly after an alarm condition. In this particular
situation, the converter will recover faster if the contactor opening/closing times
are large.

The parameters of the function that monitors quality of the output voltage regulation in terms of the DC
link voltage error are located in DCLINK VOLT SET submenu. The operation with the output voltage
different than the reference is indicated by the led Vdc set placed on the Keypad or by a device digital
output programmed for Set voltage. The principle of this function is shown in figure 7.10.1.

DClink voltage

DClink volt ref

Precharge

DClink voltage

DClink volt err

DClink voltage
variation due
to load change

time

Set voltage
H
L
0

DClink volt dly

time

Figure 7.10.1: DClink voltage error monitoring function

28

PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

DClink volt err

Threshold for the maximum difference (error) between the DC link voltage reference and the actual DC link voltage as a percentage of the reference value. If
the error will exceed the threshold, this will be signaled by Vdc set led on the
keypad or it can be signaled on digital output programmed for Set voltage.

DClink volt dly

Delay in milliseconds for the intervention of error monitoring function and


signaling on the digital output.

The parameters controlling the precharge and discharge of the DC link are located in submenu CHARGE
CONTROL. A forced discharge of the DC link may be enabled. This function reduces the output converter
voltage to a value under 100V following a disable command and thus it reduces the time that has to be
allowed between the converter disable and the safe discharge to allow access to the service personnel.
Pre/Dis current

The precharge and discharge current in percent of the Rated conv curr parameter.
During the precharge or controlled discharge sequence (when enabled), the
current limits are set to the value determined by this parmeter. This can be seen
by observing In use DCcr lim+ and In use DCcr lim- parameters.

Discharge control

Enabling or disabling of the forced DC link discharge.


ON

NOTE!

Controlled (forced) discharge of the DC link before disabling the


converter. Controlled discharge can be actuated only from the
Keypad by pressing the Disable button. When the converter is disabled via serial interface or via Field bus (writting the Device enable parameter) the converter behaviour is the same as setting this
parameter to OFF.

If the converter is disabled automatically as a result of an alarm situation, the controlled


discharge is not initiated.
OFF

Uncontrolled (natural) discharge of the DC link. The converter is


immediatelly disabled and DC link capacitors are slowly discharged.

It is possible to configure the converter Keypad as a panel meter. When the converter is powered up, the
menu system can point to any parameter in MONITOR/MEASUREMENTS menu showing thus the
measured quantity of interest.
Startup display

Setting of this parameter to any selection allowed will cause the menu system to
show the specifed parameter after converter start up instead of showing the first
menu item which is BASIC MENU.
Selections allowed:
OFF [0]
Rect mains volt [1]
Regen mains volt [2]
Mains frequency [3]
DClink volt ref [4]
DClink voltage [5]

DClink cur ref [6]


DClink current [7]
DClink power [8]
Feedfwd power [9]
Alfa Trig angle [10]
Alfa FF angle [11]

Alfa MID angle [12]


Heatsink Temp [13]
Overload accum [14]
Pad 2 [15]
Pad 3 [16]

PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

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7.10.1. Signal adaptation


Link1 and Link 2 are two functions working independently one from the other for the signal adaptation
or for the handling of some parameters. Through the Links, selected parameters can be:
converted to absolute value
limited
multiplied by a factor
divided
provided with an offset.

FUNCTIONS
Links
Link 1
Source 1
Destination 1
Mul gain 1
Div gain 1
Input max 1
Input min 1
Input offset 1
Output offset 1
Inp absolute 1
Link 2
Source 2
Destination 2
Mul gain 2
Div gain 2
Input max 2
Input min 2
Input offset 2
Output offset 2
Inp absolute 2
L0860i

Input min X
Input max X

Source X

A
+

Inp absoulte X

Input offset X

A x
Mul gain X

Mul gain X

B/
Div gain X

Div gain X

Figure 7.10.1.1: Links structure (X replaces 1 for Link 1 and 2 for Link 2)

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PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

Destination X

+
+

Output offset X

min

Value
max

factory

484
485
486
487

0
0
-10000
-10000

65535
65535
+10000
+10000

0
0
+1,0
+1,0

488

-2 31

+2 31 -1

0,0

Input min 1

489

-2

31

31

+2 -1

0,0

Input offset 1

490

-2 31

+2 31 -1

0,0

491
492

31

-2
0

31

+2 -1
1

0,0
OFF

Source 2
Destination 2
Mul gain 2
Div gain 2

553
554
555
556

0
0
-10000
-10000

65535
65535
+10000
+10000

0
0
+1,0
+1,0

Input max 2

557

-2 31

+2 31 -1

0,0

Input min 2

558

-2

31

31

+2 -1

0,0

Input offset 2

559

-2 31

+2 31 -1

0,0

560
561

31

31

0,0
OFF

Parameter

No.

Source 1
Destination 1
Mul gain 1
Div gain 1
Input max 1

Output offset 1
Inp absolute 1

Note

OFF
ON

Output offset 2
Inp absolute 2

-2
0

+2 -1
1

OFF
ON
L6270gb

Source 1 (2)

Parameter index used as an input quantity. In order to obtain the index, it is


necessary to add +2000H (8192 decimal) to the parameter number shown in
the table of section 11.

Destination 1 (2)

Parameter index, which determines the output quantity. In order to obtain the
index, it is necessary to add +2000H (8192 decimal) to the parameter number
shown in the table of section 11.

Mul gain 1 (2)

Multiplicative factor of the input quantity (after a possible limitation).


Resolution: 5 digits after decimal point.

Div gain 1 (2)

Divisor, through which it is possible to divide the input quantity already multiplied and limited. Resolution: 5 digits after decimal point.

Input max 1 (2)

Max. limit of the input quantity. Resolution: 5 digits after the decimal point.

Input min 1 (2)

Min. limit of the input quantity. Resolution: 5 digits after the decimal point.

PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

31

Input offset 1 (2)


Output offset 1 (2)

Inp absolute 1 (2)

NOTE!

Offset to be added to the input quantity. Resolution: 5 digits after the decimal
point.
Offset to be added to the output quantity. Resolution: 5 digits after the decimal
point.
OFF

The input quantity is processed with its sign.

ON

The input quantity is processed with a positive sign (absolute value). It


is possible to have a polarity change with the signs of Mul gain or Div
gain parameters.

The parameters with access code (Z), read only (R), comand parameters (Cmd) and
the parameters listed below cannot be used as a link Destination.
Parameters not allowed as Destination:
55
72
85
86
484
485
553

Control word
Scale FF input
Pword 1
Password 2
Link 1 - Source 1
Link 1 - Destination 1
Link 2 - Source 2

554
838
839
870
871
872
873

Link 2 - Destination 2
Rect CD cur thr
Rect CD factor
Regen CD cur thr
Regen CD factor
DClink volt et+
DClink volt et-

The Links are executed with an approximate cycle time of 20 - 30 milliseconds.


They are not mainly intended to be used for regulation but to access or connect parameters otherwise not
accessible.
The use of Links according to the parameter chosen as a destination involves a CPU overhead that can
slow down the keypad/display operation.

7.10.2. Pad parameters

FUNCTIONS
Pad parameters
Pad 0
Pad 1
Pad 2
Pad 3
Bitword pad A
L0870i

The Pads are used for the data exchange among the several components of a Bus system. They can be
compared to the variables of a PLC. The figure 7.10.2.1 shows the overall structure of the system. All the

32

PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

Pads can be written and read. See the several access possibilities in section 11, Parameter list.

INTERBUS S, PROFIBUS DP

RS 485

Pad 0, Pad 1

Keypad

Option (Field Bus Interface)

Pad 2, Pad 3

Bitword Pad A
Bit 0...3

Digital
Digital
input
output
(Bit 0...3) (Bit 0...3)

Analog
output

Figure 7.10.2.1: Pads structure

Parameter

No.

Pad 0
Pad 1
Pad 2
Pad 3
Bitword Pad A

503
504
505
506
519

min
-32768
-32768
-32768
-32768
0

Value
max
+32767
+32767
+32767
+32767
65535

factory

Note

0
0
0
0
0
L6280gb

Pad 0...3

General variables, 16 Bit. The Pads 0, 1, 2, 3 can be set via keypad, RS485
and Field bus. The values of the Pads 0 and 1 can be set on analog output. The
values of the Pads 2 and 3 can be read in a continuative way in the MONITOR/
MEASUREMENTS menu.

PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

33

Bitword Pad A

Bitmap of the parameters Pad A bit 0 up to Pad A bit 3 mapped in the least
significative four bits of a word. Therefore, through this parameter it is possible
to read or write all the Bits inside a Word.
Example:

Pad A bit 0
Pad A bit 1
Pad A bit 2
Pad A bit 3
Bitword Pad A = 2 + 8 = 10

0
1
0
1

= 21

=2

= 23

=8

The matching between the bits in the Bitword Pad A parameter and the
programmable digital output is as follows:
Bit 0
=
Digital output 1
Bit 1
=
Digital output 2
Bit 2
=
Digital output 3
Bit 3
=
Digital output 4
Bit 4...13 =
Not used
Bit 14
=
Relay 2
Bit 15
=
Not used.

7.11. SPEC FUNCTIONS


SPEC FUNCTION
Test generator
Save parameters
Identification
Load default
Life time
Failure register
Failure reset
Failure reg del
L0840i

Parameter

No.

Save parameters
Identification

256
829

min

Value
max

factory

OFF

0.00

65535.00

Note

OFF
ON
Load default
Life time [h.min]
Failure register
Failure reset
Failure reg del

258
235
262
263
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PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

Save parameters

Saving of parameters that are currently set into permanent memory. For more
details see section 5.1.4.

Identification

This parameter enables/disables circuit identification function which measures


the DC link capacitance and automatically assigns the parameters for both voltage
regulators. The circuit identification must be carried out during commissioning
procedure. Please refer to sections 6.2. and 6.5.
ON
Identification enabled. Setting possible only when Main commands =
Digital and Gen access = Not connected. The function is activated
by pressing the Enable button.
OFF Identification disabled. Setting parameter to OFF while identification
is running will result in the interrupt of identification; parameter DC
link capacitor and parameters of both voltage regulators remain
unchanged.

Load default

Loading of the default settings (Factory column in the parameter table).

Life time

Shows the operating time of the converter; format, hours:minute. This parameter
counts the time in which the converter is powered on (even if disabled).

Failure register

The Failure register contains the last 10 failures that have occurred. It also contains information about the time when the failure occurred, related to the operating
hours (Life time). This information can be accessed by pressing the ENT button
on the keypad while viewing the particular alarm in the register. For more
details see section 5.1.5.2. If several failures occur in sequence, all the alarms
are stored in the failure register until an alarm occurs that causes the disabling
of the converter (Latch = ON, see Programmable alarms). The content of the
failure register can also be read out via the bus or the serial interface.

Failure reset

Acknowledgement of a failure. The failure reset can be initiated by pressing the


CANC button when the failure is shown on the display of the keypad. If, however, several failures occur in sequence, these can only be reset by selecting
Failure reset command through the ENT key. For more details see section
5.1.5.2. To obtain the reset from digital input it is necessary to carry the signal
from low to high value (from 0 to +15...30V).

Failure reg del

Clearing the failure register. For more details see section 5.1.5.2.

PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

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7.11.1. Test generator


The Test generator function of the SR32 converter can be used to manual tune the regulators: refer to
the sections 6.4. and 6.6. It consists of a square wave generator whose frequency, offset and amplitude
can be set, and its output can be connected to the regulation chain in a specific point.

SPEC FUNCTION
Test generator
Gen access
Gen frequency
Gen offset
Gen amplitude
L0830i

Parameter

58

min
0

Value
max
6

59
61
60

0.0
-20.0
0.0

10.0
0.0
Abs (P61)

No.

Gen access
Not connected
DClink volt ref+
Gen frequency [Hz]
Gen offset [%]
Gen amplitude [%]

Note

factory
Not connected

0.5
-20.0
10.0
L 6300gb

Time

0
Gen offset [61]

Gen amplitude [60]


1 / Gen frequency [59]
Generator output

Figure 7.11.1.1: Test generator output

Generator access

Point in the regulation scheme where the Test generator is connected.

Gen frequency

Output frequency of the generator in Hz.

Gen offset

Offset of the generator specified as percentage. Only negative values are allowed.

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PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

Gen amplitude

Amplitude of the square-wave signal produced by the generator specified as


percentage. The parameter Gen amplitude is limited by the absolute value of
the Gen offset parameter.

The generator output is composed as shown in figure 7.11.1.1. The 100% of full scale corresponds to
1000 volts.

7.12. OPTIONS
When the option Field bus card is installed, this menu allows access to further submenus and parameters
which enable programming of some cards directly via keypad. Please refer to the card documentation for
further details.

OPTIONS
Option 1
L0880i

When the option card is not installed, the converter software does not allow access to the submenu.

7.13. DRIVECOM
The DRIVECOM profile #21 Power transmission, defines the behavior of the drive if this is operated
via the INTERBUS-S field bus.
The line regen converter SR32 (that is not a drive) implements only the three basic DRIVECOM
parameters
When operating from a Bus, the parameters in the DRIVECOM can be accessed using the format and
index specified in the above standard.

DRIVECOM
Malfunction code
Control word
Status word
L0890i

Parameter

No.

Malfunction code
Control word
Status word

57
55
56

min
0

Value
max
65535

factory

Note

0
0
40
L6310gb

PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

37

Malfunction code

Malfunction code according to DRIVECOM specification (Mandatory functions)


The code displayed indicates a particular failure. The meaning of the individual
alarms is described in the section 9.
0000
3120
3310
2300
5100
9000
8110
7510
2311
9010
4210
9009
3134
3321
7401
7200
7201
7202
7203
7204
7205
5000
6110
6120
1001

No Failure
Undervoltage
Overvoltage
Overcurrent
Failure supply
External fault
Bus loss
Hw opt 1 failure
Overload
Contactor fbk
Heatsink
Enable seq err
Phase seq error
DClink open
Identif. failed
Offset comp Ch 0
Offset comp Ch 1
Offset comp Ch 2
Offset comp Ch 3
Offset comp Ch 4
Offset comp Ch 5
Hardware
DSP error
Interrupt error
Unknown

The alarm is displayed in plain text in the event of a failure. The code is given in
hexadecimal format.
Control word

Control word according to DRIVECOM specification (Mandatory functions).

Status word

Status word according to DRIVECOM specification (Mandatory functions).

7.14. FACTORY SERVICE


The FACTORY SERVICE menu is only accessible for the service personnel of the manufacturer.

38

PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

7.15. OTHER PARAMETERS


These parameters cannot be accessed using the keypad, however they can be accessed from the Field bus
or RS485 interface.
Parameter

min

Value
max

factory

314

Disable

883
349

-32768
0

+32767
1

0
0

407

380

No.

Device enable

Note

Disable
Enable
Power FF bus
Cur limit state
Limit not reached
Limit reached
Overload state
No overload
Overload
Device ready
Not ready
Ready
Drive type
DClink offset
Dig. input term.
Dig. in. term. 1
Dig. in. term. 2
Dig. in. term. 3
Dig. in. term. 4
Dig. in. term. 5
Dig. in. term. 6
Dig. in. term. 7
Dig. in. term. 8
Dig. in. term. 9
Dig. in. term. 10
Dig. in. term. 11
Dig. in. term. 12
Dig. in. term. 13
Dig. in. term. 14
Dig. in. term. 15
Dig. in. term. 16
Dig. output term.
Pad A bit 0
Pad A bit 1
Pad A bit 2
Pad A bit 3
Malf. Text
Malf. Hour
Malf. Min
Idn status
Idn disabled
Idn finished
Idn running
Malf. Code
Malf. Pointer

300
867
564
565
566
567
568
569
570
571
572
573
574
575
576
577
578
579
580
581
520
521
522
523
327
328
329
886

417
330

15
0

-50
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

+50
65535
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
65535
1
1
1
1

0
0
0

65535
59
2

0
0

65535
10

10

0
0
0
0

L6330gb

PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

39

Device enable

Enable / Disable command for the converter. In order to enable the device by
this command, a hardware enable must also be present, terminal 31 must be
high (+24V).

Power FF bus

Digital channel for power feedforward data in case of External feedforward.


This parameter can be accessed in write mode from the PDC of the Field bus
interface. In order to use this feedforward, External source parameter must be
configured as Bus, and setting of Full load power must be carried out. For
more details on the operation with feedforward refer to section 6.7.

Cur limit state

This parameter indicates whether the converter current limit, positive or negative, has been reached. The current limit state is also shown on the keypad by
ILIMIT led.
For more details on the operation in current limit condition refer to section
7.6.1.

Overload state

This parameter indicates whether the converter operates in overload conditions.


For more details on the overload operation refer to section 7.6.1.

Device ready

This parameter indicates the operation status of the converter.


Device ready = 0

Device ready = 1

Disabled, alarm present, initialization stage or DC


link precharge active - Converter is not ready to
supply the output power.
Enabled and DC link precharge is finished Converter is ready to supply the output power.

The status of this parameter is identical to the Device ready relay status and can
also be programmed on digital output. It should be used by high level control to
set up a standard enabling sequence for the inverters. For standard enabling
sequences using digital output or relay refer to Fig. 4.3.5 and Fig.4.3.6.

DClink offset

Offset correction in Volts for DC link voltage measurement. It is recommended


that setting is carried out by expert personnel only. In disable mode with DC
link completly discharged, a reading of DClink voltage parameter in MONITOR/MEASUREMENTS menu is compared with DC link voltage measurement
made be a digital voltmeter. If the inconsistency is found DClink offset parameter
may be set to correct the reading. The setting should be saved by executing
Save parameters command. Load default command will not change the setting
of this parameter.

Dig input term

Status of the programable digital inputs of the converter to be read by serial line
or Field bus. The information is contained in a lower 4 bits of a word where
each bit is 1 if the corresponding input terminal is high (voltage present) and 0
if the corresponding input terminal is low (voltage removed).

Dig in term 1

Status of the programable digital input 1 (terminal 36).

Dig in term 2

Status of the programable digital input 2 (terminal 37).

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PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

Dig in term 3

Status of the programable digital input 3 (terminal 38).

Dig in term 4

Status of the programable digital input 4 (terminal 39).

Dig in term 5
Dig in term 6
Dig in term 7
Dig in term 8

Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used

Dig in term 9

Status of the dedicated digital input Enable (terminal 31).

Dig in term 10

Status of the dedicated digital input Contactor (terminal 32).

Dig in term 11

Status of the dedicated digital input Reduce (terminal 33).

Dig in term 12
Dig in term 13
Dig in term 14
Dig in term 15
Dig in term 16

Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used

Dig output term

Status of the programable and dedicated digital outputs of the converter to be


read by serial line or Field bus. The information is contained in a word where
each bit is 1 if the corresponding input terminal is high (voltage present) and 0
if the corresponding input terminal is low (voltage removed).

Pad A bit 0...3

Single bit variables of Bitword pad A parameter.

Malf. Pointer

This parameter can be used to access to the Failure register. For every Malf.
Pointer value the corresponding alarm event is contained in Malf. Text, Malf.
Hour, Malf. Min, Malf. Code parameters. The last alarm is stored in position
10, the previous alarms are stored from position 9 to 1.

Malf. Text

Alarm message recorded in the Failure register at the position pointed by Malf.
Pointer.

Malf. Hour

Occurence time (hours, related to converter operation time) of the alarm recorded in the Failure register at the position pointed by Malf. Pointer.

Malf. Min

Occurence time (minutes, related to converter operation time) of the alarm recorded in the Failure register at the position pointed by Malf. Pointer.

Malf. Code

DRIVECOM code of the alarm recorded in the Failure register at the position
pointed by Malf. Pointer.

Idn status

Status of the circuit identification function.

PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

41

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PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION

8 - MAINTENANCE
8.1. CARE
The SR32 converters must be installed according to the relevant installation regulations. They do not
require any particular care in normal operating environment. They should not be cleaned with a wet or
moist cloth. The power supply must be switched off before cleaning.

8.2. SERVICE
The screws of all terminals on the device should be tightened two weeks after initial commissioning.
This should be repeated once a year.

8.3. REPAIRS
Repairs on the device should be made by your suppliers trained personnel.
If you carry out a repair of your own, observe the following points:
-

When ordering spare parts, record the device type and also the device number (nameplate). It is also
useful to state the type of regulation card and the software version of the operating system (printed
on EEPROMs)

When exchanging cards, ensure that the positions of switches and jumpers are observed. This
particularly applies to switch SW8 on the regulation card. This sets the rated current and supply
voltage of the converter.

NOTE

The manufacturer does not accept any liability for any device parts that are damaged
due to the incorrect position of the switch SW8.

For customer service, please contact your GEFRAN office.

MAINTENANCE

MAINTENANCE

9 - TROUBLESHOOTING
ALARMS DESCRIPTION AND MANAGEMENT

Status colummn legend:


A
E
P
N

Code

=
=
=
=

Status

Alarm monitoring is always active


Alarm monitoring is active when the converter is enabled
Programmable alarm
Not programmable alarm.

Alarm description

Possible causes and corrective actions

Undervoltage

3120h E

Alarm function intervenes if AC input voltage


on Rect bridge power terminals 1U,1V,1W or
Regen bridge power terminals 2U,2V,2W is
bellow the value set by the parameter
Undervoltage thr. Besides the voltage level
monitoring, the undervotlage alarm function is
also able to detect an individual phase failure.

Mains voltage missing, Undervoltage thr


parameter set incorrectly, power fuse blown in
Rect or Regen bridge, fuse blown on
PSR32 board, converter enabled when the mains
voltage is not present, AC input voltage dips.

Overvoltage
3310h

Alarm function intervenes if the DC link


voltage on the output converter terminals C
and D exceeds the value set by the parameter
Overvoltage thr.

A
P

Inverter dynamics too high, transition from


rectifier mode to regeneration mode too fast,
parameter Overvoltage thr set incorrectly.

Overcurrent
2300h E

Alarm function intervenes if the output DC link


current exceeds the value set by the parameter
Overcurrent thr.

DC link short circuit, excessive load current,


wrong current regulator tuning, parameter
Overcurrent thr set incorrectly.

Failure supply
5100h

Alarm function intervenes if one of the internal


supply voltages on the regulation card RSR32 is missing.

A
P

+24V power supply missing because fuse F1 is


blown, wrong external wiring causing the short
circuit of +24V supply, faulty SW2-32 switching
power supply card.

External fault
Alarm function intervenes if 0V is detected
on terminal 34.
9000h A

If this terminal is used to report a failure in the


external device check for the operation of
device concerned, wrong wiring, if the alarm
External fault is not used, connect terminals 18
with 35 and 19 with 34.
L1010gb

TROUBLESHOOTING

Code

Status

Alarm description

Possible causes and corrective actions

Bus loss
8110h

Alarm function intervenes when the failure in


bus connection is detected (applies only with
field bus option card installed).

A
P

Bus disconnected, EMC problems, internal


fault.

Hw opt1 failure
7510h A

Alarm function intervenes when hardware


failure on option card is detected (applies
only with field bus option card installed).

Option card internal fault.

Overload

2311h

Alarm function intervenes when 100% of the


calculated I2t converter capacity has been
reached. The alarm is preceded by an Overload
warning issued at 80% level. At maximum
overload current, the trip threshold will be
reached in 12 seconds. The status of I2t
integrator can be read via parameter Overload
accum.

E
P

Prolonged operation at overload conditions,


converter current rating is not adequate for the
specific application.

Contactor fbk

9010h A/E

Alarm function intervenes if 0V is detected on


terminal 32. If the parameter Contactor contr
is programmed ON, the alarm is triggered only
in the enable state. If the parameter Contactor
contr is set to OFF, the alarm is always
triggered.

Missing voltage in the contactor control coil,


wrong wiring, if the alarm Contactor fbk is not
used, connect terminals 18 with 35 and 19 with
32.

Heatsink
4210h A

Alarm function intervenes 10sec after the


converter heatsink temperature exceeds
approximately 80C.

Failure of device fans, ambient temperature too


high, heating contaminated, air inlet and outlet
obstructed, fans external supply voltage missing
(1050A only).

Enable seq err


9009h

Alarm function intervenes when wrong enable


sequence is detected. The converter has been
enabled by terminal 31 before the regulation
power up.

E
P

Respect the correct enabling sequence - enable


terminal must be low until the converter
initialization process has been finished after the
device power up.

Phase seq error


3134h E

Alarm function intervenes when the phase


sequence on Rect bridge power terminals is
different from the phase sequence on Regen
bridge power terminals.

The failure can be reset only by switching off


the control power supply and removing the
cause of the failure.

DClink open
3321h

E
N

Alarm function intervenes if there is no


capacitive load connected to the converter
output.

Blown power fuse on C and D terminals,


converter enabled without any C and D
connection.
L1020gb

TROUBLESHOOTING

Code

Status

Alarm description

Possible causes and corrective actions

Identif. failed

7401h E

Alarm function intervenes if 0V is detected on


terminal 31 during the identification process.
This alarm is also activated if the measured
value of DC link capacitor is outside the
permissible limits for this parameter or when
an overflow is encountered during automatic
regulator gains calculation at the end of
identification procedure.

Converter is disabled from terminals, wrong


current regulator tuning, DC link capacitor
too high or low for automatic measurement.

Offset comp Ch
7200h
7201h
7202h
7203h
7204h
7205h

Alarm function intervenes if the automatic


offset compensation function detect excessive
offset in one of the analog input channels used
for the control. The channel number is
indicated in the alarm message.
Channel 0, 1 Rect bridge input voltage
Channel 4, 5 Regen bridge input voltage
Channel 2
DC link current
Channel
3
FF input

A
N

Internal failure in analog signal acquisition,


the failure can be reset only by switching off
the control power supply and removing the
cause of failure.

Hardware
5000h A

Alarm functions intervene when automatic


CPU monitoring function detects nonpermissible processor status.

Internal CPU failure.

DSP error
6110h

Alarm functions intervene when automatic


CPU monitoring function detects nonpermissible processor status.

A
N

Internal CPU failure.

Interrupt error
6120h A

Alarm functions intervene when automatic


CPU monitoring function detects nonpermissible processor status.

Internal CPU failure.

Unknown
1001h

A
N

Alarm functions intervene when automatic


CPU monitoring function detects nonpermissible processor status.

Internal CPU failure.

L1030gb

TROUBLESHOOTING

TROUBLESHOOTING

MOD.

ENABLE

DATE
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /

DISABLE

XA-8

XA-7

XA

XS

CANC

XA-15

XA-16

XA-11-12
XA-13-14

XA-9-10

XA-2-4-6

XA-1-3-5

RS 485

+5V

S18

TX

RX

RS 485

S19

S13

GNDS

+5V

0V24

+24V

-15V

GNDA

+15V

GNDD

10
20

11

CONTROL POWER SUPPLY

XY9

XY8

XY11

XY10

XY12

XY6

XY5

Vmin

EXT. / INT.
SUPPLY

MODIFICATION DESCRIPTION

S12

+5VS

S8-1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8

18

+24V

19

XR-13

DAC

ECS Nr.

21 22 23

DIGITAL OUTPUTS

PROGRAMABLE

DIGITAL
VECON
CHIP

XR-12

ANALOG OUTPUTS

XY20

COM ANL. OUT

ENT

0V24

XR-11
ANL. OUT.2

ILimit

Des. / Sch.

41 42 43 44 45 46

DGT. OUT. 2

Vdc set

DGT. OUT. 1

Enable

DGT. OUT.4

Alarn

DGT. OUT.3

XT

SUPPLY DGT.OUT

TEMP.

+5V

A19

Sch.

XY16

XY1

XY2

31

DIGITAL INPUTS

32

Apprv.

Rout

BLOCK DIAGRAM R - SR32

S9

VREF

ANALOG
VECON
CHIP

DEDICATED

XY4

XY3

ANALOG INPUT

-5VD

+5VD

Layout ECS Nr.

Des.

Name:

A18

B S2 A B
A
S3

RAM
EPROM

36 37 38 39 40

DGT. INP. 1

Approved

E PROM

DIGITAL INPUTS

DGT. INP. 2

SENSOR

DGT. INP. 3

DGT. INP.4

COM DGT. INP

ENABLE

Rect

33

REDUCE

Regen

34

-5VA

+5VA

35

COM_ID

LCD DISPLAY

ANL. OUT. 1

COM. DGT. OUT

CONTACTOR

EXT_FLT

XY14

GNDP

XR-31

MN
MN

Idc

Vdc

REGEN MAINS

RECT MAINS

Date: 29 / 07/ 97

GEFRAN S.p.A.

Nr. ESE 2454

XY18

XY17

XY19

XY24

XY23

XY22

XY21

RELAY2

DEVICE HEALTHY

XR-5

Page Over

Mod.
Index

XR-10

XR-9

XR-8

XR-7

REG-W XR-6

REG-V

REG-U XR-4

REC-W XR-3

REC-V XR-2

REC-U XR-1

XR-18

XR-19

XR-17

MP
MP

RELAYS

XR-25
XR-34
XR-33

IT6

HS5

XR-23

XR-21
IT5

IT3
IT4

HS2
HS4

HS3

XR-27
XR-29

IT1

XR-14

XR-15

IT2

THYRISTORS

XY13

+5VP

HS1

RST
HS0

OTS

I=0

DEVICE READY

BLOCK DIAGRAM

10 - BLOCK DIAGRAM

10.1. REGULATION CARD BLOCK DIAGRAM

10

OTHER SIZES

ONLY 1050A

35

36

75

76

85

86

V2

U2

82

81

U3
V3

0VI

XSW-3 4

0V24

1T4

XR-18

XR-19

T1...T6

MP

T1...T6

MN

XR

G3
K3

G2
K2

G1
K1

T-LRC

XT

T3

T2

T1

1U

TA-1U

MODIFICATION DESCRIPTION

K9

K8

K7

MN

1T6

1T5

+24V

XR

1T3

1T2

1T1

MP

P-SR32

SB

SA

+24V

DATE
/ /
/ /
/ /
/ /

XR-20

SMPS

SW2-31
ESE 2239

+24V

DEVICE READY

RELAY 2

DEVICE HEALTHY

XV3 4

+24V

+24VI

XSW-5 6

XV1 2

+24V

0V24

-15V

XA-13 14

XA-16

0V

XA-15

+15V

XA-9 10

XA-11 12

0V

XR-17

MOD.

115 230 Vac

XUV1

1U2

XUV4

1V2

XA-2 4 6

1V

1VC

1U

1W

TA-1W

1V

1WC

+5V

R1

T6

T5

T4

V21

V11

ECS Nr.

C1

F31

F21

F11

1W

XTA-3

XTA-2

XTA-1

1W

1V

1U
C

Des. / Sch.

G6

K6

G5

K5

G4

K4

V31

PE

1VD

1UD

XTA1

(480 Vac/60Hz)

XR-8

Approved

R1

TA

XR-15

XR-7

XR-9

XTA-6

XTA-5

XTA-4

2W

2V

2U

XTA2

1WD

G03

K03

G02

K02

G01

K01

V32

PE

Sch.
Layout ECS Nr.

Des.

V22

V12

F12

T3

T2

T1

F32

F22

2U

TA-2U

2U

2V

2V

Date:

26/ 08 / 97

Page Over

XR-14

GEFRAN S.p.A.

K06

G06

K05

G05

K04

G04

X4-2
X4-1

Mod.
Index

C2

R2

T6

T5

T4

e2

+24V

Nr: ESE 2476

2W

T
e1

TA-2W

2W

AUTOTRANSFORMER WITH STEP-UP FACTOR 1.2-1.25

Apprv.

Rout

Name: ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM SR32

S-SR32

XR-16
XR-10

0VS

2UC

400 Vac/50Hz

2UD

2VC

XA-1 3 5

1UC

2VD

BLOCK DIAGRAM
6

2WD

2
2WC

10

F-LC

R2R5

10.2. POWER SECTION BLOCK DIAGRAM

11 - PARAMETER LIST
11.1. LIST OF ALL PARAMETERS

Explanation of tables:

White text on black background

Menu / Submenu.

Fields with gray background

Parameter not accessible via keypad.

Parameter column

Parameter name, unit if applies, selection list.

No. column

Parameter number (decimal). The value 2000H (= decimal


8192) must be added to the number given in the No.
column in order to obtain the index to access the parameter
via Bus , RS485. The parameters in the Drivecom group
can be accessed using the format and index specified in the
DRIVECOM power transmission profile (#21).

Format column

Internal parameter format:


I =
U =
Float =
Enum =
Bool =
Cmd =

Value column

Integer (Example: I16 = Integer 16 bit).


Unsigned (Example: U32 = unsigned 32 bit).
Floating point value.
Series of not necessarily consecutive integer values
from a certain range.
Boolean value, only two states are permitted.
Selecting/writing any integer number to these
parameters will trigger a command or background
calculation (useful for control via serial line).

Minimum, maximum and factory parameter values.


S = the value is depending on the size of the device (current).
V = the value is depending on the size of the device (voltage).

Keypad column

= Parameter available via keypad.

PARAMETER LIST

11

RS485/Bus column
(Low priority)

Parameter available via RS485 or Field Bus.


Access possibilities :
R = Read
W = Write
Z = Write only when drive disabled
The numbers indicate what has to be send via interface line or
field Bus in order to set the single parameters.

Terminals column

Parameter addressable to one of the analog and/or digital I/O


terminals. The parameter can be accessed via a freely
programmable digital input/output, analog output or potential
free relay contact.
ID =
QD =
QA =

digital input
digital output
analog output

The eventually present number is the one by which the terminal is called.
In case of digital inputs or outputs only one terminal number is
given; the reference point is always corresponding COM
terminal.
In case of analog output two terminal numbers are given; the
corrensponding signal can be measured between the given
terminals.
In case of relay output the numbers of terminals of relay contacts
are given.
Signal level (H=high, L=low) which enables the relative
function.

11

PDC column (High priority)

Parameter available via Process Data Channel (PDC) of the


Field Bus.
Access possibilities :
R = Read
W = Write

DGT column (High priority)

Parameter can be assigned to Virtual digital input (if the access


code is W), or to Virtual digital output (if the access code is R)
of the Field Bus interface.

PARAMETER LIST

Parameter

No. Format

min

Value
max

Access via
factory Keyp. RS485/ Term.
BUS

Device enable

314

Bool

Disable

883
349

I16
Bool

-32768
0

32767
1

0
0

407

Bool

380

Bool

Disable
Enable
Power FF bus
Cur limit state
Limit not reached
Limit reached
Overload state
No overload
Overload
Device ready
Not ready
Ready
Drive type
DClink offset
Dig. input term.
Dig. in. term. 1
Dig. in. term. 2
Dig. in. term. 3
Dig. in. term. 4
Dig. in. term. 5
Dig. in. term. 6
Dig. in. term. 7
Dig. in. term. 8
Dig. in. term. 9
Dig. in. term. 10
Dig. in. term. 11
Dig. in. term. 12
Dig. in. term. 13
Dig. in. term. 14
Dig. in. term. 15
Dig. in. term. 16
Dig. output term.
Pad A bit 0
Pad A bit 1
Pad A bit 2
Pad A bit 3
Malf. Text
Malf. Hour
Malf. Min
Idn status
Idn disabled
Idn finished
Idn running
Malf. Pointer

300
867
564
565
566
567
568
569
570
571
572
573
574
575
576
577
578
579
580
581
520
521
522
523
327
328
329
886

U16
I16
U16
Bool
Bool
Bool
Bool
Bool
Bool
Bool
Bool
Bool
Bool
Bool
Bool
Bool
Bool
Bool
Bool
U16
Bool
Bool
Bool
Bool
Text
U16
U16
U16

330

U16

15
0

-50
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

50
65535
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
65535
1
1
1
1

0
0
0

65535

59
2

10

10

0
0
0
0

PARAMETER LIST

R/W
0
1
R
R
0
1
R
0
1
R
0
1
R
R/Z
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R
R
R
R
0
1
2
R/W

BUS
PDC DGT

31
L
H

R/W

W
QD
L
H
QD
L
H
QD
35,36
L
H

R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
ID
ID
ID
ID

R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W

11

Parameter

No. Format

min

Value
max

Access via
factory Keyp. RS485/ Term.
BUS

417

U16

Rated conv curr [A]

465

U16

Rated mains volt [V]

333

U16

Software version

331

Text

Malf. Code

65535

BUS
PDC DGT

R
5100h
3120h
3310h
4210h
9000h
5000h
2300h
1001h
6110h
6120h
8110h
7510h
9009h
3134h
7200h
7201h
7202h
7203h
7204h
7205h
3321h
9010h
2311h
7401h

Failure supply
Undervoltage
Overvoltage
Heatsink
External fault
Hardware
Overcurrent
Unknown
DSP error
Interrupt error
Bus loss
Hw opt 1 failure
Enable seq err
Phase seq error
Offset comp Ch 0
Offset comp Ch 1
Offset comp Ch 2
Offset comp Ch 3
Offset comp Ch 4
Offset comp Ch 5
DClink open
Contactor fbk
Overload
Identif. failed
BASIC MENU

Rect mains volt [V]


Regen mains volt [V]
Mains frequency [Hz]
DClink volt ref [V]
DClink voltage [V]
DClink cur ref [%]
DClink current [%]
DClink power [kW]
Feedfwd power [kW]
Alfa Trig angle [el]
Alfa FF angle [el]
Alfa MID angle [el]
Heatsink Temp [C]
Overload accum [%]
Pad 2
Pad 3

11

466
840
588
851
233
852
853
854
869
855
831
832
881
655
505
506

U16
U16
U16
I16
I16
I16
I16
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
I16
U16
I16
I16

S
185
280
420
650
1050
V
400
480
MONITOR/Measurements
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
-32768
-32768

100
32767
32767

0
0
0

R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R

PARAMETER LIST

QA
QA
QA
QA
QA
QA

R
R
R
R

QA
QA
QA
QA
R

Parameter

No. Format

min

Value
max

Access via
factory Keyp. RS485/ Term.
BUS

BUS
PDC DGT

MONITOR / I/O
Digital I/Q
Virtual dig inp
Virtual dig out

0
65535

R
0
65535

R
CIRCUIT PARM
DClink capacitor [mF]
830 Float
1.00
S
S

R/Z
CONTROL PARM
Reference factor [%]
833 U16
50
80
80

R/Z
Rect alfa pre [el]
836 Float
0.0
60.0
60.0

R/Z
Regen alfa pre [el]
837 Float
0.0
60.0
60.0

R/Z
Rect CD cur thr [%]
838
I16
0
100
S

R/W
Rect CD factor
839 Float
0.05
0.95
S

R/W
Regen CD cur thr [%]
870
I16
-100
0
S

R/W
Regen CD factor
871 Float
0.05
0.95
S

R/W
Rect invert thr [%]
834 Float
0.1
5.0
0.01

R/W
Regen invert thr [%]
835 Float
-5.0
-0.1
-1.0

R/W
DClink volt et+ [V]
872 Float
0.1
20.0
1.0

R/W
DClink volt et- [V]
873 Float
-20.0
-0.1
-3.0

R/W
REGULATORS PARM/Percent values/DClink V PI reg
DClink Volt P [%]
841 Float
0.0
100.0
20.0

R/W
DClink Volt I [%]
842 Float
0.0
100.0
10.0

R/W
REGULATORS PARM/Percent values/DClink C PI reg
DClink Curr P [%]
847 Float
0.0
100.0
S

R/W
DClink Curr I [%]
848 Float
0.0
100.0
S

R/W
REGULATORS PARM/Base values/DClink V PI reg
DClink Volt P B [A/V]
843 Float
0.01
S
S

R/Z
DClink Volt I B [A/V*s]
844 Float
0.01
S
S

R/Z
REGULATORS PARM/Base values/DClink V SF reg
DClink Volt RDC1 [A]
826 Float
S
S
S

R/Z
DClink Volt RDC2 [A/V]
827 Float
S
S
S

R/Z
DClink Volt KDC [A/V*s]
828 Float
0.00
S
S

R/Z
REGULATORS PARM/Base values/DClink C PI reg
DClink Curr P B [el/A]
849 Float
0.001
S
S

R/Z
DClink Curr I B [el/A*s]
850 Float
0.01
S
S

R/Z
REGULATORS PARM/In use values/DClink C PI reg
DClinkC P in use [%]
845 Float
0.0
100.0
S

R
DClinkC I in use [%]
846 Float
0.0
100.0
S

R
LIMITS/Current limits
DClink cur lim [%]
856 U16
0
150
100

R/W
DClink cur lim+ [%]
857 U16
0
150
100

R/W
DClink cur lim- [%]
858 U16
0
150
100

R/W
In use DCcr lim+ [%]
859 U16
0
150
100

R
In use DCcr lim- [%]
860 U16
0
150
100

R
582
583

U16
U16

PARAMETER LIST

QD

QA
QA

R/W
R/W
R/W
R
R

11

Parameter

No. Format

min

Value
max

Access via
factory Keyp. RS485/ Term.
BUS

Alfa rect min [el]


Alfa regen max [el]

874
875

Float
Float

Main commands

252

Bool

253

Bool

LIMITS/Alfa limits
0.0
30.0
3
150.0
160.0
160.0
CONFIGURATION
0
1
Digital

R/Z
R/Z

R/Z
0
1
R/Z
0
1

Terminals
Digital
Control mode

Local

Local
Bus
CONFIGURATION/Prog alarms/Undervoltage
481 U16
0
750
V

942 U16
0
750
V

357 Bool
0
1
ON

UV Rect thr [V]


UV Regen thr [V]
UV Latch
OFF
ON
UV Hold off time [ms]
UV Restart time [ms]

470 U16
0
100
2

359 U16
0
65535
1000

CONFIGURATION/Prog alarms/Overvoltage
175 U16
0
750
V

361 Bool
0
1
ON

Overvoltage thr [V]


OV Latch
OFF
ON
OV Hold off time [ms]
OV Restart time [ms]

482 U16
0
100
0

483 U16
0
65535
0

CONFIGURATION/Prog alarms/Overcurrent
584 U16
0
200
110

212 Enum
0
2
Disable

Overcurrent thr [%]


OC Activity
Ignore
Warning
Disable

363

OC Latch

Bool

ON

OFF
ON
OC Hold off time [ms]
OC Restart time [ms]

586 U16
0
10000
0

585 U16
0
65535
0

CONFIGURATION/Prog alarms/Failure supply


194 Bool
0
1
ON

FS Latch
OFF
ON

CONFIGURATION/Prog alarms/External fault


354 Enum
0
2
Disable

EF Activity
Warning
Disable
EF Latch

355

Bool

ON

502
501

U16
U16

0
0

10000
65535

0
0

OFF
ON
EF Hold off time [ms]
EF Restart time [ms]

11

PARAMETER LIST

R/Z
R/Z
R/Z
0
1
R/Z
R/Z
R/Z
R/Z
0
1
R/Z
R/Z
R/Z
R/Z
0
1
2
R/Z
0
1
R/Z
R/Z
R/Z
0
1
R/Z
1
2
R/Z
0
1
R/Z
R/Z

BUS
PDC DGT

Parameter

No. Format

min

Value
max

Access via
factory Keyp. RS485/ Term.
BUS

BL Activity

634

CONFIGURATION/Prog alarms/Bus loss


Enum
0
2
Disable

Ignore
Warning
Disable
633

BL Latch

Bool

ON

OFF
ON
BL Hold off time [ms]
BL Restart time [ms]

636 U16
0
10000
0

637 U16
0
65535
0

CONFIGURATION/Prog alarms/Hw opt1 failure


386 Enum
0
2
Disable

HO Activity
Warning
Disable

879

OL Latch

CONFIGURATION/Prog alarms/Overload
Bool
0
1
ON

OFF
ON
OL Restart time [ms]

880 U16
0
65535
0

CONFIGURATION/Prog alarms/Contactor fbk


878 U16
0
10000
200

CONFIGURATION/Prog alarms/Heatsink
368 Enum
0
2
Disable

CF Hold off time [ms]


HS Activity
Warning
Disable

CONFIGURATION/Prog alarms/Enable seq err


728 Enum
0
2
Disable

ES Activity
Ignore
Disable

729

Bool

Device address
Ser answer delay
Pword1: Disabled/Enabled

319
408
85

U16
U16
I32

DClink control

862

Enum

ES Latc

ON

OFF
ON

PI regulator
SF+I regulator

CONFIGURATION
0
127
0
0
900
0
0
99999
0
CONTROL CONFIG
0
1
PI
regulator

PDC DGT

R/Z
0
1
2
R/Z
0
1
R/Z
R/Z
R/Z
1
2
R/Z
0
1
R/Z
R/Z
R/Z
1
2
R/Z
0
2
R/Z
0
1

R/Z
R/W
R/W

R/Z
0
1

PARAMETER LIST

BUS

11

Parameter

Feedfwd mode
OFF
Internal
External
Full load power [kW]
Scale FF input
Feedfwd filter [ms]
External source
FF input
Bus

No. Format

min

Value
max

Access via
factory Keyp. RS485/ Term.
BUS
BUS
PDC DGT

863

CONTROL CONFIG/Feedfwd control


Enum
0
3
OFF

868
72
864
882

Float
Float
U16
Enum

.0
-10.000
5
0

750.0
0.0
+10.000
+1.0
100
10
1
FF input

I/O CONFIG/Analog outputs/Analog output 1


66 Enum
0
1000

DClink
OFF
cur ref
DClink volt ref
DClink voltage
DClink cur ref
DClink current
DClink cur act
Rect mains volt
Regen mains volt
FF input
DClink cur fwd
Alfa Trig angle
Alfa FF angle
Alfa MID angle
In use DCcr lim+
In use DCcr limPad 0
Pad 1
Scale output 1
62
Float
-10.000 +10.000
+1.0

I/O CONFIG/Analog outputs/Analog output 2


67 Enum
0
1000
DClink

Select output 2
(Select like output 1)
current
Scale output 2
63
Float
-10.000 +10.000
+1.0

Select output 1

11

PARAMETER LIST

R/W
0
1
3
R/Z
R/W
R/W
R/Z
0
1
R/Z
0
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
31
32
R/W

21, 22

R/Z

23, 22

R/W

Parameter

No. Format

min

Value
max

Access via
factory Keyp. RS485/ Term.
BUS
BUS
PDC DGT

I/O CONFIG/Digital outputs


Enum
0
1000
Device
ready

Enum

1000

Rect/
Regen

Digital output 3
147
(Select like digital output 1)

Enum

1000

Digital output 4
148
(Select like digital output 1)

Enum

Relay 2
629
(Select like digital output 1)

Enum

Digital output 1

145

OFF
Device ready
Device healthy
Cur limit state
Rect / Regen
Contactor
Set voltage
Overload state
Overload warning
Pad A bit
Virt dig input
Undervoltage
Overvoltage
Overcurrent
Failure supply
External fault
Bus loss
Hw opt1 failure
Overload
DClink open
Contactor fbk
Heatsink
Enable seq err
Digital output 2
146
(Select like digital output 1)

Digital input 1

41

R/Z
0
5
42
4
21
43
44
7
41
18
20
11
12
14
17
16
26
28
40
45
39
13
35
R/Z

Device
healthy

R/Z

43

1000

Set
Voltage

R/Z

44

1000

Contactor

R/Z

75,76

36

137

I/O CONFIG/Digital inputs


Enum
0
1000
OFF

138

Enum

1000

OFF

R/Z
0
8
32
33
34
35
R/Z

139

Enum

1000

OFF

R/Z

38

140

Enum

1000

OFF

R/Z

39

OFF
Failure reset
Pad A bit 0
Pad A bit 1
Pad A bit 2
Pad A bit 3
Digital input 2
(Select like digital input 1)
Digital input 3
(Select like digital input 1)
Digital input 4
(Select like digital input 1)

42

PARAMETER LIST

37

11

Parameter

No. Format

865

Contactor contr

min

Value
max

Access via
factory Keyp. RS485/ Term.
BUS
BUS
PDC DGT

FUNCTIONS/Contactor prog
Bool
0
1
OFF

R/Z
0
1
R/W

R/W
R/W

R/Z
R/Z
0
1

R/W
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

R/W
R/W
R/W

R/W

R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
0
1

OFF
ON
Contactor delay [ms]

866

DClink volt err [%]


DClink volt dly [ms]

876
877

Pre/Dis current [%]


Discharge control

861
884

U16
0
65535
0
FUNCTIONS/DClink volt set
U16
1
50
5
U16
0
65535
100
FUNCTIONS/Charge control
U16
5
30
10
Bool
0
1
OFF

887

Enum

Source 1
Destination 1
Mul gain 1

484
485
486

U16
U16
Float

Div gain 1

487

Float

-10000

Input max 1
Input min 1
Input offset 1
Output offset 1
Input absolute 1

488
489
490
491
492

Float
Float
Float
Float
Bool

-2 31
-2 31
-2 31
-2 31
0

OFF
ON
Startup display

FUNCTIONS
0
16

OFF

OFF
Rect mains volt
Regen mains volt
Mains frequency
DClink volt ref
DClink voltage
DClink cur ref
DClink current
DClink power
Feedfwd power
Alfa Trig angle
Alfa FF angle
Alfa MID angle
Heatsink Temp
Overload accum
Pad 2
Pad3
FUNCTIONS/Links/Link1
0
65535
0
0
65535
0
-10000 +10000 +1.00000
+10000 +1.00000
2 31 -1
2 31 -1
2 31 -1
2 31 -1
1

0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
OFF

OFF
ON

11

10

PARAMETER LIST

Parameter

No. Format

min

Value
max

Access via
factory Keyp. RS485/ Term.
BUS
BUS
PDC DGT

FUNCTIONS/Links/Link2
0
65535
0
0
65535
0
-10000 +10000 +1.00000

Source 2
Destination 2
Mul gain 2

553
554
555

U16
U16
Float

R/W
R/W
R/W

Div gain 2

556

Float

-10000

R/W

Input max 2
Input min 2
Input offset 2
Output offset 2
Input absolute 2

557
558
559
560
561

Float
Float
Float
Float
Bool

-2 31
-2 31
-2 31
-2 31
0

R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
0
1

Pad 0
Pad 1
Pad 2
Pad 3
Bitword Pad A

503
504
505
506
519

FUNCTIONS/Pad parameters
I16
-32768
32767
0
I16
-32768
32767
0
I16
-32768
32767
0
I16
-32768
32767
0
U16
0
65535
0

R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W

Gen access

58

SPEC FUNCTION/Test generator


Enum
0
6
Not
connect.

Float
Float
Float

0.1
-20.00
0.00

R/Z
0
6
R/W
R/W
R/W

256
829

Cmd
Bool

258
235

Cmd
Float

262
263

Cmd
Cmd

+10000 +1.00000
2 31 -1
2 31 -1
2 31 -1
2 31 -1
1

0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
OFF

OFF
ON

Not connected
DClink volt ref+
Gen frequency [Hz]
59
Gen offset [%]
61
Gen amplitude [%]
60

Save parameters
Identification

10.0
0.5
0.00
-20.00
Abs
10.00
(P61)
SPEC FUNCTION
1

OFF

OFF
ON
Load default
Life time [h.min]
Failure register
Failure reset
Failure reg del

Malfunction code
Control word
Status word

57
55
56

Password 2

86

OPTIONS/Option 1
Accessible only with optional Field bus card
DRIVECOM
U16
0

U16
0
65535
0

U16
40

FACTORY SERVICE
I32
0
99999

PARAMETER LIST

QA
QA

QD

R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W

R/Z
0
1
Z
R
W
W

R
R/W
R

ID

R/W
R

11

11

11.2. LIST OF ALL PARAMETERS IN NUMERIC ORDER

Parameter

No.

Format

min

Value
max

Access via
Keyp. RS485/ Term.
BUS
BUS
PDC DGT
R/W
R/W
0

40
R
R

R
0

Not
R/Z

connect.
0
6
R/W
0.05

R/W
10.00

-20.00
R/W

R/W
+1.0

+1.0
R/W

DClink
R/Z
21, 22

cur ref
0
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
31
32
R/Z
23, 22
Dclink

current
+1.0
R/W

0
R/W

Control word
Status word
Malfunction code
Gen access
Not connected
DClink volt ref+
Gen frequency [Hz]
Gen amplitude [%]
Gen offset [%]
Scale output 1
Scale output 2
Select output 1
OFF
DClink volt ref
DClink voltage
DClink cur ref
DClink current
DClink cur act
Rect mains volt
Regen mains volt
FF input
DClink cur fwd
Alfa Trig angle
Alfa FF angle
Alfa MID angle
In use DCcr lim+
In use DCcr limPad 0
Pad 1
Select output 2
(Select like output 1)
Scale FF input
Pword1:
Disabled/Enabled
Password 2
Digital input 1
OFF
Failure reset
Pad A bit 0
Pad A bit 1
Pad A bit 2
Pad A bit 3
Digital input 2
(Select like digital input 1)
Digital input 3
(Select like digital input 1)
Digital input 4
(Select like digital input 1)

55
56
57
58

U16
U16
U16
Enum

65535

59
60
61
62
63
66

Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Enum

0.01
0.00
-20.00
-10.000
-10.000
0

10.00
Abs P61
0.00
+10.000
+10.000
1000

67

Enum

1000

72
85

Float
I32

-10.000
0

+10.000
99999

86
137

I32
Enum

0
0

99999
1000

OFF

138

Enum

1000

OFF

W
R/Z
0
8
32
33
34
35
R/Z

139

Enum

1000

OFF

R/Z

38

140

Enum

1000

OFF

R/Z

39

factory

36

37

L102gb-a

11

12

PARAMETER LIST

No.

Format

min

Value
max

Digital output 1

145

Enum

1000

OFF
Device ready
Device healthy
Cur limit state
Rect / Regen
Contactor
Set voltage
Overload state
Overload warning
Pad A bit
Virt dig input
Undervoltage
Overvoltage
Overcurrent
Failure supply
External fault
Bus loss
Hw opt1 failure
Overload
DClink open
Contactor fbk
Heatsink
Enable seq err
Digital output 2
(Select like digital output 1)
Digital output 3
(Select like digital output 1)
Digital output 4
(Select like digital output 1)
Overvoltage thr [V]
FS Latch
OFF
ON
OC Activity
Ignore
Warning
Disable
DClink voltage [V]
Life time [h.min]
Main commands
Terminals
Digital
Control mode
Local
Bus
Save parameters
Load default
Failure reset
Failure reg del

146

Enum

1000

147

Enum

1000

148

Enum

1000

175
194

U16
Bool

0
0

750
1

212

Enum

233
235
252

I16
Float
Bool

253

Bool

256
258
262
263

Cmd
Cmd
Cmd
Cmd

Parameter

Access via
factory Keyp. RS485/ Term.
BUS
BUS
PDC DGT
R/Z
41
Device

ready
0
5
42
4
21
43
44
7
41
18
20
11
12
14
17
16
26
28
40
45
39
13
35
Rect/
R/Z
42

Regen
Device
R/Z
43

healty
R/Z
44
Set

voltage
V
R/Z

R/Z
ON

0
1
R/Z
Disable

0
1
2
R
QA
R

R/Z
Digital

0
1
R/Z
Local

0
1

Z
W
W

ID
L102gb-b

PARAMETER LIST

13

11

No.

Format

min

Value
max

300
314

U16
Bool

Device address
Malf. Text
Malf. Hour
Malf. Min
Malf. Pointer
Software version
Rated mains volt [V]

319
327
328
329
330
331
333

U16
Text
U16
U16
U16
Text
U16

127

0
0
0

65535
59
10

Cur limit state


Limit not reached
Limit reached
EF Activity
Warning
Disable
EF Latch
OFF
ON
UV Latch
OFF
ON
UV Restart time [ms]
OV Latch
OFF
ON
OC Latch
OFF
ON
HS Activity
Warning
Disable
HO Activity
Warning
Disable
Device ready

349

Bool

354

Enum

355

Bool

357

Bool

359
361

U16
Bool

0
0

65535
1

363

Bool

368

Enum

386

Enum

380

Bool

407

Bool

408

U16

900

Parameter
Drive type
Device enable
Disable
Enable

Not ready
Ready
Overload state
No overload
Overload
Ser answer delay

Access via
factory Keyp. RS485/ Term.
BUS
BUS
PDC DGT
15
R
Disable
R/W
31
0
L
1
H
0
R/Z
R
R
R
10
R/W
R
V
R
400
480
0
R
QD
R
0
L
1
H
Disable
R/Z
1
2
ON
R/Z
0
1
ON
R/Z
0
1
1000
R/Z
ON
R/Z
0
1
ON
R/Z
0
1
Disable
R/Z
1
2
Disable
R/Z
1
2
0
R
QD
R
35, 36
0
L
1
H
0
R
QD
R
0
L
1
H
0
R/W
L102gb-c

11

14

PARAMETER LIST

Parameter

No.

Format

min

Malf. Code

417

U16

Failure supply
Undervoltage
Overvoltage
Heatsink
External fault
Hardware
Overcurrent
Unknown
DSP error
Interrupt error
Bus loss
Hw opt 1 failure
Enable seq err
Phase seq error
Offset comp Ch 0
Offset comp Ch 1
Offset comp Ch 2
Offset comp Ch 3
Offset comp Ch 4
Offset comp Ch 5
DClink open
Contactor fbk
Overload
Identif. failed
Rated conv curr [A]

465

U16

Rect mains volt [V]


UV Hold off time [ms]
UV Rect thr [V]
OV Hold off time [ms]
OV Restart time [ms]
Source 1
Destination 1
Mul gain 1
Div gain 1
Input max 1
Input min 1
Input offset 1
Output offset 1
Input absolute 1

466
470
481
482
483
484
485
486
487
488
489
490
491
492

U16
U16
U16
U16
U16
U16
U16
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Bool

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-10000
-10000
-231
-231
-231
-231
0

501
502

U16
U16

0
0

OFF
ON
EF Restart time [ms]
EF Hold off time [ms]

Value
max

Access via
factory Keyp. RS485/ Term.
BUS
BUS
PDC DGT
65535
R
5100h
3120h
3310h
4210h
9000h
5000h
2300h
1001h
6110h
6120h
8110h
7510h
9009h
3134h
7200h
7201h
7202h
7203h
7204h
7205h
3321h
9010h
2311h
7401h
S
R
185
280
420
650
1050
R
QA
100
2
R/Z
750
V
R/Z
100
0
R/Z
65535
0
R/Z
65535
0
R/W
65535
0
R/W
+10000 +1.00000
R/W
+10000 +1.00000
R/W
231-1
0.00000
R/W
231-1
0.00000
R/W
231-1
0.00000
R/W
231-1
0.00000
R/W
1
OFF
R/W
0
1
65535
0
R/Z
10000
0
R/Z
L102gb-d

PARAMETER LIST

15

11

Parameter
Pad 0
Pad 1
Pad 2
Pad 3
Bitword Pad A
Pad A bit 0
Pad A bit 1
Pad A bit 2
Pad A bit 3
Source 2
Destination 2
Mul gain 2
Div gain 2
Input max 2
Input min 2
Input offset 2
Output offset 2
Input absolute 2

No.

Format

min

503
504
505
506
519
520
521
522
523
553
554
555
556
557
558
559
560
561

I16
I16
I16
I16
U16
Bool
Bool
Bool
Bool
U16
U16
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Bool

-32768
-32768
-32768
-32768
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-10000
-10000
-231
-231
-231
-231
0

564
565
566
567
568
569
570
571
572
573
574
575
576
577
578
579
580
581
582
583
584
585
586
588

U16
Bool
Bool
Bool
Bool
Bool
Bool
Bool
Bool
Bool
Bool
Bool
Bool
Bool
Bool
Bool
Bool
U16
U16
U16
U16
U16
U16
U16

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

OFF
ON
Dig. input term.
Dig. in. term. 1
Dig. in. term. 2
Dig. in. term. 3
Dig. in. term. 4
Dig. in. term. 5
Dig. in. term. 6
iDig.n. term. 7
Dig. in. term. 8
Dig. in. term. 9
Dig. in. term. 10
Dig. in. term. 11
Dig. in. term. 12
Dig. in. term. 13
Dig. in. term. 14
Dig. in. term. 15
Dig. in. term. 16
Dig. output term.
Virtual dig inp
Virtual dig out
Overcurrent thr [%]
OC Restart time [ms]
OC Hold off time [ms]
Mains frequency [Hz]

Value
max

Access via
Keyp. RS485/ Term.
BUS
+32767
+1.0
R/W
QA

+32767
0
R/W
QA

+32767
0
R/W

R/W
+32767
0

65535
0
R/W
QD

1
0
R/W
ID

1
0
R/W
ID

R/W
ID
1
0

1
0
R/W
ID

65535
0
R/W

R/W
65535
0

+10000 +1.00000
R/W

R/W
+10000 +1.00000

231-1
R/W
0.00000

231-1
0.00000
R/W

231-1
0.00000
R/W

231-1
R/W
0.00000

1
OFF
R/W

0
1
65535
R
1
R
1
R
1
R
1
R
1
R
1
R
1
R
1
R
1
R
1
R
1
R
1
R
1
R
1
R
1
R
1
R
65535
R
65535
R

65535
R

200
110
R/Z

65535
0
R/Z

10000
0
R/Z

factory

BUS
PDC DGT
R/W
R/W

R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W

R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
QD

L102gb-e

11

16

PARAMETER LIST

Parameter
Relay 2
(Select like dig. output 1)
BL Latch

No.

Format

min

Value
max

Access via
Keyp. RS485/ Term.
BUS
BUS
PDC DGT
R/Z
Contactor

629

Enum

1000

633

Bool

ON

634

Enum

Disable

636
637
655
728

U16
U16
U16
Enum

0
0
0
0

10000
65535
100
2

0
0
0
Disable

729

Bool

ON

826
827
828
829

Float
Float
Float
Bool

S
S
0.0
0

S
S
S
1

S
S
S
OFF

830
831
832
833
834
835
836
837
838
839
840
841
842
843
844
845
846
847
848
849
850

Float
Float
Float
U16
Float
Float
Float
Float
I16
Float
U16
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float

1.0
0
0
50
0.1
-5.0
0.0
0.0
0
0.05
0
0.0
0.0
0.01
0.01
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.001
0.01

factory

OFF
ON
BL Activity
Ignore
Warning
Disable
BL Hold off time [ms]
BL Restart time [ms]
Overload accum [%]
ES Activity
Ignore
Disable
ES Latch
OFF
ON
DClink Volt RDC1 [A]
DClink Volt RDC2 [A/V]
DClink Volt KDC [A/V*s]
Identification
OFF
ON
DClink capacitor [mF]
Alfa FF angle [el]
Alfa MID angle [el]
Reference factor [%]
Rect invert thr [%]
Regen invert thr [%]
Rect alfa pre [el]
Regen alfa pre [el]
Rect CD cur thr [%]
Rect CD factor
Regen mains volt [V]
DClink Volt P [%]
DClink Volt I [%]
DClink Volt P B [A/V]
DClink Volt I B [A/V*s]
Dclink C P in use [%]
Dclink C I in use [%]
DClink Curr P [%]
DClink Curr I [%]
DClink Curr P B [el/A]
DClink Curr I B [el/A*s]

80
5.0
-0.1
60.0
60.0
100
0.95

80
0.1
-1.0
60.0
60.0
S
S

100.0
100.0
S
S
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
S
S

20.0
10.0
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S

R/Z
0
1
R/Z
0
1
2
R/Z
R/Z
R
R/Z
0
2
R/Z
0
1
R/Z
R/Z
R/Z
R/Z
0
1
R/Z
R
R
R/Z
R/W
R/W
R/Z
R/Z
R/W
R/W
R
R/W
R/W
R/Z
R/Z
R
R
R/W
R/W
R/Z
R/Z

QA
QA

QA

L102gb-f

PARAMETER LIST

17

11

Value
max

Parameter

No.

Format

min

DClink volt ref [V]


DClink cur ref [%]
DClink current [%]
DClink power [kW]
Alfa Trig angle [el]
DClink cur lim [%]
DClink cur lim+ [%]
DClink cur lim- [%]
In use DCcr lim+ [%]
In use DCcr lim- [%]
Pre/Dis current [%]
DClink control
PI regulator
SF+I regulator
Feedfwd mode
OFF
Internal
External
Feedfwd filter [ms]
Contactor contr
OFF
ON
Contactor delay [ms]
DClink offset
Full load power [kW]
Feedfwd power [kW]
Regen CD cur thr [%]
Regen CD factor
DClink volt et+ [V]
DClink volt et- [V]
Alfa rect min [el]
Alfa regen max [el]
DClink volt err [%]
DClink volt dly [ms]
CF Hold off time [ms]
OL Latch
OFF
ON
OL Restart time [ms]
Heatsink Temp [C]
External source
FF input
Bus
Power FF bus

851
852
853
854
855
856
857
858
859
860
861
862

I16
I16
I16
Float
Float
U16
U16
U16
U16
U16
U16
Enum

0
0
0
0
0
0
5
0

150
150
150
150
150
30
1

863

Enum

864
865

U16
Bool

5
0

100
1

866
867
868
869
870
871
872
873
874
875
876
877
878
879

U16
I16
Float
Float
I16
Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
U16
U16
U16
Bool

0
-50
0.0

65535
+50
750.0

-100
0.05
0.1
-20.0
0.0
150.0
1
0
0
0

0
0.95
20.0
-0.1
30.0
160.0
50
65535
10000
1

880
881
882

U16
I16
Enum

65535

883

I16

-32768

+32767

Access via
Keyp. RS485/ Term.
BUS
R
QA

R
QA

R
QA

R
QA

100
R/W

100
R/W

100
R/W

100
R
QA

R
QA
100

10
R/Z

PI
R/Z

regulator
0
1
OFF
R/W

0
1
3
10
R/W

OFF
R/Z

0
1
0
R/W

0
R/Z

0.0
R/Z

R
QA

S
R/W

S
R/W

1.0
R/W

-3.0
R/W

3.0
R/Z

R/Z
160.0

5
R/W

100
R/W

200
R/Z

ON
R/Z

0
1
0
R/Z

FF input
R/Z

0
1
0
R
factory

BUS
PDC DGT
R
R
R

R/W
R/W
R/W
R
R

W
L102gb-g

11

18

PARAMETER LIST

Parameter
Discharge control

No.

Format

min

Value
max

factory

884

Bool

OFF

886

U16

887

Enum

16

OFF

942

U16

750

OFF
ON
Idn status
Idn disabled
Idn finished
Idn running
Startup display
OFF
Rect mains volt
Regen mains volt
Mains frequency
DClink volt ref
DClink voltage
DClink cur ref
DClink current
DClink power
Feedfwd power
Alfa Trig angle
Alfa FF angle
Alfa MID angle
Heatsink Temp
Overload accum
Pad 2
Pad3
UV Regen thr [V]
Digital I/Q
Failure register

Access via
Keyp. RS485/ Term.
BUS
BUS
PDC DGT
R/Z
0
1
R
0
1
2
R/W
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

R/Z

L102gb-h

PARAMETER LIST

19

11

11.3. PARAMETERS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER ACCESSIBLE VIA KEYPAD

Parameter

No.

Format

min

Value
max

Access via
Keyp. RS485/ Term.
BUS
BUS
PDC DGT
R/W
R/W
0

40
R
R

0
R

Not
R/Z

connect.
0
6
R/W
0.05

10.00
R/W

-20.00
R/W

+1.0
R/W

+1.0
R/W

DClink
R/Z
21, 22

cur ref
0
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
31
32
R/Z
23, 22
Dclink

current
+1.0
R/W

0
R/W

Control word
Status word
Malfunction code
Gen access
Not connected
DClink volt ref+
Gen frequency [Hz]
Gen amplitude [%]
Gen offset [%]
Scale output 1
Scale output 2
Select output 1
OFF
DClink volt ref
DClink voltage
DClink cur ref
DClink current
DClink cur act
Rect mains volt
Regen mains volt
FF input
DClink cur fwd
Alfa Trig angle
Alfa FF angle
Alfa MID angle
In use DCcr lim+
In use DCcr limPad 0
Pad 1
Select output 2
(Select like output 1)
Scale FF input
Pword1:
Disabled/Enabled
Password 2
Digital input 1
OFF
Failure reset
Pad A bit 0
Pad A bit 1
Pad A bit 2
Pad A bit 3
Digital input 2
(Select like digital input 1)
Digital input 3
(Select like digital input 1)
Digital input 4
(Select like digital input 1)

55
56
57
58

U16
U16
U16
Enum

65535

59
60
61
62
63
66

Float
Float
Float
Float
Float
Enum

0.01
0.00
-20.00
-10.000
-10.000
0

10.00
Abs P61
0.00
+10.000
+10.000
1000

67

Enum

1000

72
85

Float
I32

-10.000
0

+10.000
99999

86
137

I32
Enum

0
0

99999
1000

OFF

138

Enum

1000

OFF

W
R/Z
0
8
32
33
34
35
R/Z

139

Enum

1000

OFF

R/Z

38

140

Enum

1000

OFF

R/Z

39

factory

36

37

L102gb-a

11

20

PARAMETER LIST

PARAMETER
Digital input 4
Digital output 1
Digital output 2
Digital output 3
Digital output 4
Discharge control
Div gain 1
Div gain 2
EF Activity
EF Hold off time
EF Latch
EF restart time
ES Activity
ES Latch
External source
Failure reg del
Failure register
Failure reset
Feedfwd filter
Feedfwd mode
Feedfwd power
FS Latch
Full load power
Gen access
Gen amplitude
Gen frequency
Gen offset
Heatsink Temp
HO Activity
HS Activity
Identification
In use DCcr limIn use DCcr lim+
Inp absolute 1
Inp absolute 2
Input max 1
Input max 2
Input min 1
Input min 2
Input offset 1
Input offset 2
Life time
Load default
Main commands
Mains frequency
Malfunction code
Mul gain 1
Mul gain 2
OC Activity
OC Hold off time
OC Latch

No.
[140]
[145]
[146]
[147]
[148]
[884]
[487]
[556]
[354]
[502]
[355]
[501]
[728]
[729]
[882]
[263]
[262]
[864]
[863]
[869]
[194]
[868]
[58]
[60]
[59]
[61]
[881]
[386]
[368]
[829]
[860]
[859]
[492]
[561]
[488]
[557]
[489]
[558]
[490]
[559]
[235]
[258]
[252]
[588]
[57]
[486]
[555]
[212]
[586]
[363]

LOCATION
I/O CONFIG, Digital inputs
I/O CONFIG, Digital outputs
I/O CONFIG, Digital outputs
I/O CONFIG, Digital outputs
I/O CONFIG, Digital outputs
FUNCTIONS, Charge control
FUNCTIONS, Links, Link 1
FUNCTIONS, Links, Link 2
CONFIGURATION, Prog alarms, External Fault
CONFIGURATION, Prog alarms, External Fault
CONFIGURATION, Prog alarms, External Fault
CONFIGURATION, Prog alarms, External Fault
CONFIGURATION, Prog alarms, Enable seq err
CONFIGURATION, Prog alarms, Enable seq err
CONTROL CONFIG, Feedfwd control
SPEC FUNCTION
SPEC FUNCTION
SPEC FUNCTION
CONTROL CONFIG, Feedfwd control
CONTROL CONFIG, Feedfwd control
MONITOR, Measurements
CONFIGURATION, Prog alarms, Failure supply
CONTROL CONFIG, Feedfwd control
SPEC FUNCTION, Test generator
SPEC FUNCTION, Test generator
SPEC FUNCTION, Test generator
SPEC FUNCTION, Test generator
MONITOR, Measurements
CONFIGURATION, Prog alarms, Hw opt 1 failure
CONFIGURATION, Prog alarms, Heatsink
SPEC FUNCTION
LIMITS, Current limits
LIMITS, Current limits
FUNCTIONS, Links, Link 1
FUNCTIONS, Links, Link 2
FUNCTIONS, Links, Link 1
FUNCTIONS, Links, Link 2
FUNCTIONS, Links, Link 1
FUNCTIONS, Links, Link 2
FUNCTIONS, Links, Link 1
FUNCTIONS, Links, Link 2
SPEC FUNCTION
SPEC FUNCTION
CONFIGURATION
MONITOR, Measurements
DRIVECOM
FUNCTIONS, Links, Link 1
FUNCTIONS, Links, Link 2
CONFIGURATION, Prog alarms, Overcurrent
CONFIGURATION, Prog alarms, Overcurrent
CONFIGURATION, Prog alarms, Overcurrent
L103gb- b

PARAMETER LIST

21

11

PARAMETER
OC restart time
OL Latch
OL restart time
Output offset 1
Output offset 2
OV Hold off time
OV Latch
OV restart time
Overcurrent thr
Overload accum
Overvoltage thr
Pad 0
Pad 1
Pad 2
Pad 2
Pad 3
Pad 3
Password 2
Pre/Dis current
Pword1:
Rated conv curr
Rated mains volt
Rect alfa pre
Rect CD cur thr
Rect CD factor
Rect invert thr
Rect mains volt
Reference factor
Regen alfa pre
Regen CD cur thr
Regen CD factor
Regen invert thr
Regen mains volt
Relay 2
Save parameters
Scale FF input
Scale output 1
Scale output 2
Select output 1
Select output 2
Ser answer delay
Software version
Source 1
Source 2
Startup display
Status word
UV Regen thr
UV Rect thr
UV Hold off time
UV Latch
UV restart time
Virtual dig inp
Virtual dig out

No.
[585]
[879]
[880]
[491]
[560]
[482]
[361]
[483]
[584]
[655]
[175]
[503]
[504]
[505]
[505]
[506]
[506]
[86]
[861]
[85]
[465]
[333]
[836]
[838]
[839]
[834]
[466]
[833]
[837]
[870]
[871]
[835]
[840]
[629]
[256]
[ 72]
[62]
[63]
[66]
[67]
[408]
[331]
[484]
[553]
[887]
[56]
[942]
[481]
[470]
[357]
[359]
[582]
[583]

LOCATION
CONFIGURATION, Prog alarms, Overcurrent
CONFIGURATION, Prog alarms, Overload
CONFIGURATION, Prog alarms, Overload
FUNCTIONS, Links, Link 1
FUNCTIONS, Links, Link 2
CONFIGURATION, Prog alarms, Overvoltage
CONFIGURATION, Prog alarms, Overvoltage
CONFIGURATION, Prog alarms, Overvoltage
CONFIGURATION, Prog alarms, Overcurrent
MONITOR, Measurements
CONFIGURATION, Prog alarms, Overvoltage
FUNCTIONS, Pad parameters
FUNCTIONS, Pad parameters
MONITOR, Measurements
FUNCTIONS, Pad parameters
MONITOR, Measurements
FUNCTIONS, Pad parameters
FACTORY SERVICE
FUNCTIONS, Charge control
CONFIGURATION
BASIC MENU
BASIC MENU
CONTROL PARM
CONTROL PARM
CONTROL PARM
CONTROL PARM
MONITOR, Measurements
CONTROL PARM
CONTROL PARM
CONTROL PARM
CONTROL PARM
CONTROL PARM
MONITOR, Measurements
I/O CONFIG, Digital outputs
SPEC FUNCTION
CONTROL CONFIG, Feedfwd control
I/O CONFIG, Analog outputs, Analog output 1
I/O CONFIG, Analog outputs, Analog output 2
I/O CONFIG, Analog outputs, Analog output 1
I/O CONFIG, Analog outputs, Analog output 2
CONFIGURATION
BASIC MENU
FUNCTIONS, Links, Link 1
FUNCTIONS, Links, Link 2
FUNCTIONS
DRIVECOM
CONFIGURATION, Prog alarms, Undervoltage
CONFIGURATION, Prog alarms, Undervoltage
CONFIGURATION, Prog alarms, Undervoltage
CONFIGURATION, Prog alarms, Undervoltage
CONFIGURATION, Prog alarms, Undervoltage
MONITOR, I/O
MONITOR, I/O
L103gb-c

11

22

PARAMETER LIST

12 - REPLACEMENT PARTS
12.1. HARDWARE CONFIGURATION
The functionality and use of the SR32 converter are the same for the whole device range. Different
power and snubber cards are mounted depending on the supply voltage. The following table indicates
the cards used for each converter size.

Converter
SR32-400-
SR32-480-
SR32-400-
SR32-480-
SR32-400-185
SR32-400-2801050
SR32-480-185
SR32-480-2801050

Function
Regulation card
Supply card
Temperature sensor
Snubber card
Snubber card
Power card
Power card
Power card
Power card

Type

Drawing

R-RS32
SW2-32
T-LRC
S-SR32-5
S-SR32-6
P-SR32-51
P-SR32-52
P-SR32-61
P-SR32-62

ESE 2425
ESE 2239
ESE 2432
ESE 2435
ESE 2435
ESE 2427
ESE 2427
ESE 2427
ESE 2427
L1101gb

NOTE!

When ordering, please specify rated voltage and current of the device.

REPLACEMENT PARTS

12

12.2. REGULATION CARD R-SR32

XR

XA

XT

XY7

XY21

XY6

XY22

S3

D1

XY20

XY19
XY11

S2

A
XY8 XY9

ON

OFF

XY5

XY14

S37

XY13

S8
1

XY18
S1

XY17
XY3

XY4

XY24

XY23

S39 B

D2

D4

X0

XY16

S35

S34

S33

XY1

XY2

D3

S38

XY15
PWR
RST

S36
XY10

S12

S19

R-SR32
S18

XY12

RS485

S13

S15

S31

S9

S32

S29
A

S30

B
A
B

XS
1 2 10 11 18 19 20 21 22 23

12

31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

REPLACEMENT PARTS

12.3. POWER CARD P-SR32

REPLACEMENT PARTS

12

12.4. POWER SUPPLY CARD SW2-32

1 2
6

1
2

F1

F2

XSW

XA

XV

XUV

SW2-32
Ecs _ 1801 - 2

XY1

XY4

XY2
XY3

12.5. TEMPERATURE SENSOR CARD T-LRC

XT
T-LRC

12.6. SNUBBER CARD S-SR32

1WC

1WD

2WD

2WC

C2CV

C2DV

C1CW

C1DW

C2CW

C2DW

C2CVP

C2DVP

C1CWP

C1DWP

C2CWP

C2DWP

D
C1DV

C2DU
C2DUP

2VD

2VC

C1DVP

C2CU
C2CUP

1VD

C1CV

C1DU
C1DUP

1VC

C1CVP

C1CU

S-SR32

2UD

C1CUP

ECS 1896-1

12

2UC

1UD

1UC

REPLACEMENT PARTS

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