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ACS550 Prepare for installation Collect motor data Install the wiring

Collect the following data from the motor

Quick Start Guide WARNING! The ACS550 should ONLY be nameplate for later use in the ACS550 startup: Wiring power
installed by a qualified electrician. 1. Open the appropriate
ACS550-01 Drives (0.75…160 kW), • Voltage __________________________
knockouts in the gland box. 2
IP21 / UL Type 1 Enclosure • Nominal motor current ______________
Unpack the drive 2. Install the cable clamps for
• Nominal frequency _________________ the power/motor cables.
Note: Lift the ACS550 by its chassis and not by its • Nominal speed ____________________ 3. On the input power cable, X0004
cover. • Nominal power ____________________ strip the sheathing back far
enough to route individual wires.
1. Unpack the drive. Tools required 4. On the motor cable, 7
2. Check for any damage. strip the sheathing
Screwdrivers, wire stripper, tape measure, 6
back far enough to
3. Check the contents against the order / shipping mounting screws or bolts and drill.
expose the copper wire 7
label. 4
shield so that the 3
Prepare the mounting location shield can be twisted
Check into a bundle. Keep the 8
The drive requires a IP2001
• Motor compatibility – Motor type, nominal smooth, vertical, solid bundle not longer than
current, frequency and voltage range must five times its width to minimize noise radiation.
surface, free from heat and
match drive specifications. – 360° grounding under the clamp is
moisture, with free space for
air flow – 200 mm (8 in) recommended for the motor cable to minimize
• Suitable environment – Drive requires heated, noise radiation. In this case, remove the
indoor controlled environment that is suitable above and below.
1 sheathing at the cable clamp.
Overview for the selected enclosure. 1. Mark the mounting points
5. Route both cables through the clamps.
using the template.
The installation of the ACS550 adjustable • Wiring – Follow local codes for wiring, circuit 6. Connect the bundle created from the motor
speed AC drive follows the outline below. protection and EMC requirements. 2. Drill the mounting holes.
X0002 cable shield to the GND terminal.
PREPARE for installation Refer to User’s Manual and confirm that all 7. Strip and connect the power/motor wires and
preparations are complete. Remove the front cover the power ground wire to the drive terminals
PREPARE mounting location 1. Remove the using the torques given in the table below. See
Drive identification control panel, if
Power connections below or, for more detail,
ACS550-01-08A8-4 see User’s Manual.
REMOVE the front cover attached. 2
U1 3~ 380...480 V Frame Tightening torque
I2N/ I2hd 8.8/6.9 A 2. Loosen the size N·m
Serno *2030700001* lb·ft 8
MOUNT the drive PN/Phd 4.0/3.0 kW captive screw
R1, R2 1.4 1
Use the following chart to interpret the type at the top.
R3 2.5 1.8
INSTALL wiring code found on the drive label. 3. Pull near the 1 R4 5.6; PE: 2 4; PE 1.5
ACS550-01-08A8-4+J404+… top to remove R5 15 11
CHECK installation the cover. R6 40; PE: 8 30; PE: 6 X0005
AC, Standard Drive – 550 series IP2000
8. Install conduit/gland box and tighten the cable
Construction (region specific) clamps.
REINSTALL the cover
01 = Setup/parts for IEC install./compliance
U1 = Setup/parts for US install./compliance Mount the drive WARNING! To disconnect the internal EMC
APPLY power Output current rating 1. Position the ACS550 and 1 filter, remove the screws marked with “-”, or
See Ratings in User’s Manual for details replace the screws marked with “ ” with the
use screws or bolts to
START-UP provided polyamide screws, depending on
Voltage rating securely tighten all four
2 = 208…240 V AC corners. the frame size.
Application 4 = 380…480 V AC System type R1...R3 R4 R5...R6
6 = 500…600 V AC Note: Lift the ACS550 by its EM1 EM3 EM1 EM3 F1 F2
This guide provides a quick reference for metal chassis. 2 IT system - - - -
installing ACS550-01 drives having a standard Options Corner grounded TN
enclosure. Examples of options: system -
No specification = IP21 / UL type 1 2. Non-English speaking IP2002
Note: This guide does not provide detailed B055 = IP54 / UL type 12 locations: Attach a 9. Install the cable clamp(s) for
installation, safety or operational UL type 12 is not available for type warning sticker in the appropriate language the control cable(s). (Power/
ACS550-01-290A-4. over the existing warning on the top of the motor cables and clamps
instructions. See ACS550 User’s Manual for
0J400 = No control panel module. not shown in the figure.)
complete information. J404 = ACS-CP-C Basic Control Panel
Power connections Wiring the controls Apply power
WARNING! The maximum voltage for digital
Frame size R1…R4 1. Strip control cable sheathing inputs is 30 V. Always reinstall the front cover before turning
and twist the copper shield 3 power on.
into a bundle. 4
EM3 WARNING! The ACS550 will start up
2. Route control cable(s) Check installation automatically at power up, if the external run
through clamp(s) and tighten Before applying power, perform the following command is on.
PE clamp(s). checks.
GND 3. Connect the ground shield 1. Apply input power.
X0033 bundle for digital and analog When power is applied to the ACS550, the
Power input Power output to motor I/O cables at X1-1. (Ground Environment conforms to specifications. green LED comes on.
(U1, V1, W1) 2
(U2, V2, W2) only at the drive end.) The drive is mounted securely.
Note: Before increasing motor speed, check that
See table Optional Proper cooling space around the drive. the motor is running in the desired direction.
braking below. 4. Strip and connect the individual IP2003
control wires to the drive The motor and driven equipment are ready for start.
Frame size R5 terminals. Use a tightening torque of 0.4 N·m (0.3
For IT systems and corner grounded TN systems:
lb·ft). See Control connections below or, for more The internal EMC filter is disconnected (see the table Start-up
F1 information, see User’s Manual. in Wiring power).
See table Optional In start-up, enter motor data (collected earlier)
F2 braking below. 5. Install the conduit/gland box cover (1 screw). The drive is properly grounded. and, if needed, edit parameters that define how
Input power (mains) voltage matches the drive the drive operates and communicates.
Control connections nominal input voltage.
ABB Standard macro Assistant Control Panel
The input power (mains) terminals, U1, V1, W1, are
X1 1 SCR Signal cable shield (screen) connected and tightened as specified.
PE GND The Start-up Assistant steps through typical
2 AI1 Ext. freq. ref. 1: 0…10 V The input power (mains) fuses are installed. start-up selections, and runs automatically
3 AGND Analog input com.
Ref. voltage 10 V DC The motor terminals, U2, V2, W2, are connected and upon the initial power up. At other times, use
X0035 4 10V
tightened as specified. the steps below to run the Start-up Assistant.
5 AI2 Not used
Power input Power output to motor Motor cable is routed away from other cables.
(U1, V1, W1) (U2, V2, W2) 6 AGND Analog input com. 1. Use the MENU key to
7 AO1 Output freq.: 0…20 mA NO power factor compensation capacitors are in the access the Main menu.
Frame size R6 8 AO2 Output current: 0…20 mA motor cable. LOC
1 Hz

2. Select ASSISTANTS. 1200

A5 A
9 AGND Analog output com. Control terminals are wired and tightened as 10.dm3/s
405 7 %
specified. 3. Select Start-up Assistant. DIR
DIR 00:00
12:45 MENU

10 24V Aux. volt. output +24 V DC

F2 NO tools or foreign objects (such as drill shavings) 4. Follow the screen
11 GND Aux. volt. common are inside the drive. instructions to configure the
12 DCOM Digital input com. for all
NO alternate power source for the motor is system.
13 DI1 Start/Stop: Active = start
connected – no input voltage is applied to the output
14 DI2 Fwd/Rev: Active = rev. dir. of the drive.
15 DI3 Constant speed sel.2
16 DI4 Constant speed sel.2 Note: For common parameters and menu items,
17 DI5 Ramp pair: Active = 2nd ramp pair. Reinstall the cover use the Help key ? to display
18 DI6 Not used 1. Align the cover descriptions.
and slide it on. If you encounter alarms or faults, use the
19 RO1C Relay output 1
20 RO1A Default operation: 2. Tighten the 2 Help key or refer to chapter Diagnostics in
21 RO1B Ready = 19/21 connected captive screw. User’s Manual.
See table
F1 Optional braking 22 RO2C Relay output 2 3. Install the control
below. 23 RO2A Default operation: panel.
24 RO2B Running = 22/24 connected Basic Control Panel
25 RO3C Relay output 3 3 The Basic Control Panel does not
26 RO3A Default operation: include the Start-up Assistant. Refer to
27 RO3B Fault(-1) =25/27 connected section How to start up the drive in
(Fault => 25/26 connected)

Code: 3AFE68243513 REV E / EN

User’s Manual and manually enter any
Note 1. Jumper setting (two switch types possible):
parameter changes desired.
PE GND AI1: 0…10 V

Power input Power output to motor

1 2

J1 or J1

AI2: 0(4)…20 mA

Supersedes: 2007-04-16

(U1, V1, W1) (U2, V2, W2)

Effective: 2009-07-07
Note 2. Code: 0 = open, 1 = connected
Optional braking DI3 DI4 Output
Frame Terminal 0 0 Reference through AI1
size labels Brake options
1 0 CONSTANT SPEED 1 (1202)
R1, R2 BRK+, BRK- Brake resistor 0 1 CONSTANT SPEED 2 (1203)
R3…R6 UDC+, UDC- • Braking unit 1 1 CONSTANT SPEED 3 (1204)
• Chopper and resistor