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Firmware manual
Lift control program for ACSM1 drives
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Firmware manual
Lift control program for ASCM1 drives
Start-up
Table of contents
© 2010 ABB Oy. All Rights Reserved. 3AUA0000056610 Rev A
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EFFECTIVE: 2010-03-01
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Table of contents
List of related manuals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
1. About the manual
What this chapter contains . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Reader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Terms and abbreviations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
2. Description of Lift control program
What this chapter contains . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Lift control program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Basic start/stop operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Automatic fault reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Lift operation modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Speed reference selection and scaling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Speed profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Smart slowdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Mechanical brake control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Torque compensation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Slowdown and Final limit switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Protection functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Rescue operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Lift system configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Local control vs. external control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Local control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
External control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Drive operation mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Safe torque off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Drive programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Backup and restore of drive contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Limitations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Parameter restore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
User parameter sets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
3. ACSM1 control panel
What this chapter contains . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Status line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
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Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Basics of operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
List of tasks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Help and panel version – Any mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Basic operations – Any mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Output mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Fault Logger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Time & Date . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Parameter Backup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Reference Edit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Drive Info . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
4. Start-up
What this chapter contains . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
How to start up the drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
How to enable further lift control functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
5. Default connections
What this chapter contains . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
6. Program features
What this chapter contains . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
Basic start/stop operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
Start/stop control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
Start/stop interlocking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
Automatic fault reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
Manual fault reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Lift operation modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Releveling mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Evacuation mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
Inspection mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
Speed reference selection and scaling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
Speed reference selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
Speed reference scaling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
Speed profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
Acceleration/deceleration selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
Jerk selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
Smart slowdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
Mechanical brake control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
Torque proving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108
Brake slip check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
Brake open torque selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
Actual load measurement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110
Torque limiter while stopping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111
Operation time scheme . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112
Torque compensation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
Static and dynamic friction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
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Inertia compensation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115
Slowdown and Final limit switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116
Slowdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116
Final limit switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118
Protection functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
Speed match . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
Inverter overload . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121
Motor stall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
Leveling overtime stop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
Thermal motor protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
DC voltage control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126
Programmable protection functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129
Inputs and outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130
Analog inputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130
Analog outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130
Digital inputs and outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131
Relay outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131
Autophasing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132
Drive-to-drive link . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133
Emergency stop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134
Motor encoder gear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 135
Load encoder gear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136
Encoder support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 137
Encoder module selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 137
Absolute encoder configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138
Resolver configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139
Pulse encoder configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139
Rescue operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140
Evacuation mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141
Low voltage mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143
7. Parameters
What this chapter contains . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145
Terms and abbreviations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145
Setting parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 146
Parameter groups 01…09 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147
01 ACTUAL VALUES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147
02 I/O VALUES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148
03 CONTROL VALUES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153
05 LIFT CTRL SIGNALS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155
06 DRIVE STATUS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158
08 ALARMS & FAULTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161
09 SYSTEM INFO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 164
Parameter groups 10…99 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 165
10 START/STOP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 165
11 START/STOP MODE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 170
12 DIGITAL IO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 172
13 ANALOGUE INPUTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 176
15 ANALOGUE OUTPUTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 180
16 SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 182
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17 PANEL DISPLAY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 185
20 LIMITS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 185
22 SPEED FEEDBACK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 186
24 SPEED REF MOD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 188
25 SPEED REF RAMP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 189
26 SPEED ERROR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 190
28 SPEED CONTROL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 191
33 SUPERVISION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 195
35 MECH BRAKE CTRL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 197
40 MOTOR CONTROL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 199
45 MOT THERM PROT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200
46 FAULT FUNCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 203
47 VOLTAGE CTRL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 206
48 BRAKE CHOPPER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 206
50 FIELDBUS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 207
51 FBA SETTINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 209
52 FBA DATA IN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 210
53 FBA DATA OUT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 211
55 COMMUNICATION TOOL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 211
57 D2D COMMUNICATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 211
60 POS FEEDBACK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 214
80 LIFT SPEED REF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 215
81 LIFT SUPERVISION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 217
82 TORQUE COMP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 219
83 SMART SLOWDOWN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220
90 ENC MODULE SEL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220
91 ABSOL ENC CONF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 223
92 RESOLVER CONF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 226
93 PULSE ENC CONF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 226
95 HW CONFIGURATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 228
97 USER MOTOR PAR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 229
98 MOTOR CALC VALUES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 230
99 START-UP DATA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 231
8. Additional parameter data
What this chapter contains . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 235
Terms and abbreviations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 235
Parameter groups 01…09 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 237
Parameter groups 10…99 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 241
9. Fault tracing
What this chapter contains . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 257
Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 257
Alarm and fault indications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 257
How to reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 258
Fault history . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 258
Alarm messages generated by the drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 258
Fault messages generated by the drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 266
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10. Control block diagrams
What this chapter contains . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 277
Speed control chain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 278
Further information
Product and service inquiries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 281
Product training . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 281
Providing feedback on ABB Drives manuals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 281
Document library on the Internet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 281
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About the manual 11
About the manual
What this chapter contains
This chapter describes the contents of this manual. It also contains information on the
compatibility, safety and intended audience.
Compatibility
The manual is compatible with ACSM1 Lift control program.
Safety instructions
Follow all safety instructions delivered with the drive.
• Read the complete safety instructions before you install, commission, or use
the drive. The complete safety instructions are given at the beginning of the
Hardware manual.
• Read the software function specific warnings and notes before changing the
default settings of the function. For each function, the warnings and notes are
given in this manual in the section describing the related user-adjustable
parameters.
Reader
You are expected to know the standard electrical wiring practices, electronic
components, and electrical schematic symbols.
12 About the manual
Contents
The manual consists of the following chapters:
• Description of Lift control program gives a general description of the essentials of
the Lift control program.
• ACSM1 control panel describes the control panel of the drive.
• Start-up instructs in setting up the Lift control program.
• Default connections shows the default control connections of the Lift control
program.
• Program features contains descriptions of the features of the Lift control program.
• Parameters describes the parameters of the Lift control program.
• Additional parameter data contains further information on the parameters.
• Fault tracing lists the alarm and fault messages with possible causes and
remedies.
• Control block diagrams contains a graphical representation of the Lift control
program.
Terms and abbreviations
Term/abbreviation Definition
AI Analog Input. Interface for analog input signals.
AO Analog Output. Interface for analog output signals.
CRC Cyclic Redundancy Check
DIO Digital Input/Output. Interface for digital input/output signals.
DTC Direct Torque Control. The motor control of the frequency converter is
based on Direct Torque Control.
FEN-01 Optional TTL encoder interface for the ACSM1
FEN-11 Optional absolute encoder interface for the ACSM1
FEN-21 Optional resolver interface for the ACSM1
FEN-31 Optional HTL encoder interface for the ACSM1
FIO-01 Optional digital I/O extension for the ACSM1
FIO-11 Optional analogue I/O extension for the ACSM1
IGBT Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor; a voltage-controlled semiconductor
type widely used in inverters due to their easy controllability and high
switching frequency.
I/O Input/Output
ID run Motor identification run. During the identification run, the drive will identify
the characteristics of the motor for optimum motor control.
Jerk Rate of change of acceleration/deceleration
JCU Control unit of the drive module. The JCU is installed on top of the power
unit. The external I/O control signals are connected to the JCU, or
optional I/O extensions mounted on it.
JMU Memory unit attached to the control unit of the drive
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Lift operation mode Normal travel mode, releveling mode, evacuation mode or inspection
mode
Parameter User-adjustable operation instruction to the drive, or signal measured or
calculated by the drive
PI controller Proportional-Integral Controller
PID controller Proportional–Integral–Derivative Controller. Drive speed control is based
on PID algorithm.
PLC Programmable Logic Controller. Also referred to as lift controller in this
manual.
RFG Ramp Function Generator
RO Relay Output. Interface for a digital output signal. Implemented with a
relay.
SSI Synchronous Serial Interface
STO Safe Torque Off
TH Thermistor input of the drive
Traveling speed Speed reference used in the normal travel mode after acceleration has
ended until the lift starts to decelerate to the leveling speed. Can be
nominal speed, medium speed, speed2, or speed3.
UMFI Firmware of the ACSM1 drive
UPS Uninterruptible Power Supply. Power supply equipment with battery to
maintain output voltage during power failure.
Term/abbreviation Definition
14 About the manual
Description of Lift control program 15
Description of Lift control
program
What this chapter contains
This chapter gives a general description of the essentials of the Lift control program.
Lift control program
The Lift control program is a ready-made application program for the ABB high
performance machinery drives ACSM1. The program incorporates all functions
commonly needed in lift applications, ensuring optimal control performance and
operation. It can be used for a wide range of lift applications, such as passenger lifts
and freight elevators. The same application enables geared and gearless
applications, supporting both synchronous and asynchronous motors. High lift control
performance is achieved by utilizing the Direct Torque Control (DTC) technology.
Accurate control of speed and torque can be implemented with or without feedback
from the motor shaft.
The Lift control program covers the following lift control functions with a basic
parameter interface:
• Basic start/stop operation
• Automatic fault reset
• Lift operation modes
• Speed reference selection and scaling
• Speed profile
• Smart slowdown
• Mechnical brake control
• Torque compensation
16 Description of Lift control program
• Slowdown and Final limit switches
• Protection functions
• Rescue operation.
The purpose of each function is briefly introduced below. For more detailed
information on the functions, see chapter Program features.
In addition to the lift control functions, the ACSM1 firmware covers the basic drive
functions such as motor control, speed and torque control chains, protections,
diagnostics and external interfaces.
„ Basic start/stop operation
The Basic start/stop operation functions take care of lift start/stop control and the
interlocks related to basic lift start/stop operation.
When the drive is in external control, control location EXT1 is selected. For more
information, see External control on page 22.
„ Automatic fault reset
The Automatic fault reset function resets pre-defined drive faults to ensure the
operation of the drive in temporary fault situations. In addition, faults can also be reset
from an external source (see section Manual fault reset page 95).
„ Lift operation modes
By default, the lift operates in the normal travel mode. In addition, there are three
other operation modes:
• Releveling mode for bringing the lift back to the floor level in case it overshoots
the floor
• Evacuation mode for lift car rescue operation in case the power supply fails
• Inspection mode for maintenance operations.
Description of Lift control program 17
„ Speed reference selection and scaling
The Speed reference selection function calculates the final speed reference to be
used by the lift in the different lift operation modes. The following speed references
are available via basic parameters.
* The speed1 reference is fixed to a constant value 0 m/s. It can be used for stopping the lift.
The Speed reference scaling function converts the linear speed of the lift (m/s) to the
rotation speed of the lift motor (rpm).
„ Speed profile
The Speed profile functions automatically select a set of acceleration, deceleration
and jerks into use based on the lift operation mode. A total of seven different jerks are
available for the different lift operation modes.
„ Smart slowdown
The Smart slowdown function optimizes the travel time of the lift by reducing the
leveling path. That is, transition from the traveling speed (ie, nominal speed, medium
speed, speed2 or speed 3) to the leveling speed is optimally delayed based on the
knowledge of the physical leveling distance (ie, the distance between the leveling and
stop switches). The function is useful in operation situations where the desired
traveling speed is not reached before the leveling command is activated (for example,
in case of short floor distance). The function can be used with estimated speed or
with an encoder, in which case the actual position signal is utilized.
Speed reference available Lift operation mode
Speed 1*, 2, or 3 Normal travel mode
Nominal speed Normal travel mode
Medium speed Normal travel mode
Leveling speed Normal travel mode, when the leveling command is active
Releveling speed Releveling mode
Inspection speed Inspection mode or normal travel mode, depending on which
mode is active
Evacuation speed Evacuation mode
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„ Mechanical brake control
The lift system is equipped with a mechanical brake that holds the lift car at standstill
when the drive is stopped or not powered. The function also performs the following
tasks:
• Torque proving checks
• Brake slip checks
• Brake open torque selection
• Actual load measurement
• Torque limiting while stopping.
„ Torque compensation
Torque compensation is a method for calculating beforehand the torque needed due
to load and losses. Thus, it helps the speed controller to gain better control accuracy
and performance. Torque compensation comprises the following calculations added
to the final torque reference:
• Static friction compensation
• Dynamic friction compensation
• Inertia compensation required during acceleration and deceleration.
„ Slowdown and Final limit switches
The Slowdown function limits the speed reference while the lift car is operating in the
slowdown area (typically the extreme top and extreme bottom of the lift operating
area). Two modes, single-bit slowdown mode and multiple-bit slowdown mode, are
available.
The Final limit switches function activates an emergency stop signal (OFF3) if either
of the final limit switches gets activated while the lift car is operating on terminal
floors, before coming into contact with the buffers. Two switches, upper limit switch
and lower limit switch, can be configured to be used in upward and downward
directions.
„ Protection functions
The following functions are used checking and ensuring proper operation of lift
control in different operating conditions.
• The Speed match function checks that the motor actual speed follows the speed
reference within the desired window during acceleration, deceleration and when
running in a steady state. The function also ensures that the brake does not slip
while the drive is in a stopped state with the brake closed.
• The Inverter overload function checks that the inverter is capable of providing
sufficient current and torque and that the drive is operating within the inverter
current and torque limits.
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• The Motor stall function protects the motor in stall situations where torque level is
about to rise too high at lower speeds, ie, it monitors that the motor torque stays
within user-defined torque limits.
• The Leveling overtime stop function generates an emergency stop signal (OFF3)
in situations where the stop command is not received on time after the leveling
command due to an electrical or mechanical problem.
„ Rescue operation
Rescue operation is used in emergency evacuation situations where the lift car has to
be run to the next floor because of a power supply failure. In such a situation, the
drive is supplied by an external emergency power supply and is, thereby, switched to
the low voltage mode.
Due to derated power supply, the lift car traveling speed needs to be reduced. For
this, the drive uses the evacuation mode (evacuation speed). Two evacuation
options, automatic and manual evacuation, are available.
• In automatic evacuation, the drive searches the lighter load direction (up or down)
and then automatically runs the lift car to that direction.
• In manual evacuation, the lift controller decides and issues the direction of travel.
20 Description of Lift control program
Lift system configuration
The following figure shows an example of a lift system configuration with I/O control,
two motor contactors and DC battery rescue operation.
L3
Brake control
3
Encoder
L1 L2 PE
DC
BATT.
Braking resistor
Rescue operation
External supply
K1 K2
Lift
controller
(PLC)
External control
Contactor control
Start up
Start down
Evacuation mode
Speed ref sel 1
Speed ref sel 2
Speed ref sel 3
Ready
Fault
Contactor sequence
K1
K2
Fault reset
Local control
Control panel or PC Tool
(DriveStudio, optional)
UDC +
UDC -
External control
Local control
Lift
controller
(PLC)
Control panel or PC tool
(DriveStudio, optional)
Brake resistor
Brake control
Encoder
Rescue operation
External supply
Contactor sequence
DC
batt.
Start up
Start down
Speed ref sel 1
Speed ref sel 2
Speed ref sel 3
Fault reset
Evacuation mode
Ready
Fault
Contactor control
1) Extra inputs/outputs can be added by installing optional I/O extension modules (FIO-xx) in
drive Slot 2.
2) Incremental or absolute encoder, or resolver interface module (FEN-xx) installed in drive
Slot 1 or 2.
3) Two encoder/resolver interface modules or two I/O extension modules of the same type are
not allowed.
2) 3)
1) 3)
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The figure below shows an example of a lift system configuration with I/O control, one
motor contactor and 1-phase 230 V AC UPS rescue operation. Safe torque off (STO)
is used for removing the second motor contactor.
Brake control
3
Encoder
Braking resistor
Lift
controller
(PLC)
External control
Contactor control
Start up
Start down
Evacuation mode
Speed ref sel 1
Speed ref sel 2
Speed ref sel 3
Ready
Fault
Fault reset
Local control
Control panel or PC Tool
(DriveStudio, optional)
L1 L2 PE
UPS
230
V AC
Rescue operation
External supply
K2
Contactor sequence
K1
K2
L N
Safe torque off
K1
L3
1) Extra inputs/outputs can be added by installing optional I/O extension modules (FIO-xx) in
drive Slot 2.
2) Incremental or absolute encoder, or resolver interface module (FEN-xx) installed in drive Slot
1 or 2.
3) Two encoder/resolver interface modules or two I/O extension modules of the same type are
not allowed.
Lift
controller
(PLC)
Brake resistor
Brake control
Encoder
Rescue operation
External supply
UPS
230
V AC
Start up
Start down
Speed ref sel 1
Speed ref sel 2
Speed ref sel 3
Safe torque off
Ready
Fault
Contactor control
Evacuation mode
Fault reset
1) 3)
2) 3)
Contactor sequence
External control
Local control
Control panel or PC tool
(DriveStudio, optional)
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Local control vs. external control
The drive has two main control locations: external and local. You can use the control
locations to control the drive, read status data, and adjust parameters.
The control location is selected with the LOC/REM key on the control panel or with
the PC tool (Take/Release button).
„ Local control
When the drive is in local control, the control commands are given from the control
panel keypad or from a PC equipped with the DriveStudio PC tool.
Local control is mainly used during commissioning and maintenance. The control
panel always overrides the external control signal sources when used in local control.
Changing the control location to local can be disabled with parameter 16.01 LOCAL
LOCK.
With parameter 46.03 LOCAL CTRL LOSS, you can select how the drive reacts to a
control panel or PC tool communication break.
„ External control
When the drive is in external control, control commands (start/stop and reference) are
given through the I/O terminals (digital inputs), optional I/O extension modules (digital
inputs), or the fieldbus interface (via an optional fieldbus adapter module). For
information on the use of the fieldbus interface, contact your local ABB
representative.
External control location EXT1 is used for control signals (eg, start up/down and
stop). The speed reference is selected based on the combined status of the three
configurable bit pointer parameters 80.05 SPEED REF SEL1, 80.06 SPEED REF
SEL2 and 80.07 SPEED REF SEL3.
Drive operation mode
The drive operates in the speed control mode, meaning that the motor rotates at a
speed proportional to the speed reference given to the drive. The speed control mode
can be used either with estimated speed used as feedback, or with an encoder or
resolver for better speed accuracy. The mode is available in both local and external
control.
A block diagram illustrating the control chain for speed control is presented in chapter
Control block diagrams.
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Safe torque off
The ACSM1 has an integrated Safe torque off (STO) function. The function disables
the control voltage of the power semiconductors of the drive output stage, thus
preventing the inverter from generating the voltage required to rotate the motor. By
using the Safe torque off function, one of the two contactors interrupting the current to
the motor in the lift machine may be left out. For more information, see Safe torque off
function for ACSM1, ACS850 and ACQ810 drives application guide (3AFE68929814
[English]).
Drive programming
Even though the Lift control program is designed to be configured and used with
basic parameters, its functionality can be easily extended and modified for various
users’ needs. This can be done by using a drive programming feature with the
optional DriveSPC PC tool. You can create a tailor-made application program with the
standard IEC 61131 function blocks and thereby adapt the drive to the lift system
without additional hardware or software. For more information, contact your local ABB
representative.
Backup and restore of drive contents
The drive offers a possibility of backing up numerous settings and configurations to
external storage such as the internal memory of the drive control panel and a PC file
(using the DriveStudio tool). These settings and configurations can then be restored
to the drive, or a number of drives.
Backup using the control panel includes
• Parameter settings
• User parameter sets.
Backup using DriveStudio includes
• Parameter settings
• User parameter sets
• Lift control program.
For detailed instructions for performing the backup/restore, see chapter ACSM1
control panel or the DriveStudio documentation.
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„ Limitations
A backup can be done without interfering with drive operation, but restoring a backup
always resets and reboots the control unit, so restore is not possible with the drive
running.
Restoring backup files from one firmware version to another is considered risky, so
the results should be carefully observed and verified when done for the first time.
The parameters and application support are bound to change between firmware
versions and backups are not always compatible with other firmware versions even if
restore is allowed by the backup/restore tool. Before using the backup/restore
functions between different firmware versions, refer to the release notes of each
version.
„ Parameter restore
Parameters are divided into three different groups that can be restored together or
individually:
• Motor configuration parameters and identification (ID) run results
• Encoder and fieldbus adapter settings
• Other parameters.
For example, retaining the existing ID run results in the drive will make a new ID run
unnecessary.
Restore of individual parameters can fail for the following reasons:
• The restored value does not fall within the minimum and maximum limits of the
drive parameter
• The type of the restored parameter is different from that in the drive
• The restored parameter does not exist in the drive (often the case when restoring
the parameters of a new firmware version to a drive with an older version)
• The backup does not contain a value for the drive parameter (often the case when
restoring the parameters of an old firmware version to a drive with a newer
version).
In these cases, the parameter is not restored; the backup/restore tool will warn the
user and offers a possibility to set the parameter manually.
„ User parameter sets
The drive has four user parameter sets that can be saved to the permanent memory
and recalled using drive parameters. It is also possible to use digital inputs to switch
between different user parameter sets. See the descriptions of parameters
16.09…16.12.
Description of Lift control program 25
A user parameter set contains all values of parameter groups 10 to 99 (except the
fieldbus communication configuration settings).
As the motor settings are included in the user parameter sets, make sure the settings
correspond to the motor used in the application before recalling a user set. In an
application where different motors are used with one drive, the motor ID run needs to
be performed with each motor and saved to different user sets. The appropriate set
can then be recalled when the motor is switched.
26 Description of Lift control program
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ACSM1 control panel
What this chapter contains
This chapter describes the features and operation of the ACSM1 control panel.
The control panel can be used to control the drive, read status data, and adjust
parameters.
Compatibility
This chapter is compatible with the ACSM1 drive control panel SW rev 3.07 and
Flash rev 4.0 or later.
See page 33 for how to find out the control panel version.
Features
The ACSM1 control panel features:
• alphanumeric control panel with an LCD display
• context sensitive help
• real time clock.
28 ACSM1 control panel
Overview
The following table summarizes the key functions and displays on the ACSM1 control
panel.
30.10hz
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2b
2c
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No. Use
1 Status LED – Green for normal operation.
2 LCD display – Divided into three main areas:
• 2a: Status line – variable, depending on the
mode of operation, see section Status line on
page 29.
• 2b: Center – variable; in general, shows signal
and parameter values, menus or lists. Shows
also faults and alarms.
• 2c: Bottom line – shows current functions of the
two soft keys and, if enabled, the clock display.
3 Soft key 1 – Function depends on the context.
The text in the lower left corner of the LCD display
indicates the function.
4 Soft key 2 – Function depends on the context.
The text in the lower right corner of the LCD
display indicates the function.
5 Up –
• Scrolls up through a menu or list displayed in
the center of the LCD display.
• Increments a value if a parameter is selected.
• Increments the reference value if the upper
right corner is highlighted.
• Holding the key down changes the value faster.
6 Down –
• Scrolls down through a menu or list displayed
in the center of the LCD display.
• Decrements a value if a parameter is selected.
• Decrements the reference value if the upper
right corner is highlighted.
• Holding the key down changes the value faster.
7 LOC/REM – Changes between local and remote
control of the drive.
8 Help – Displays context sensitive information
when the key is pressed. The information
displayed describes the item currently highlighted
in the center of the display.
9 STOP – Stops the drive in local control.
10 START – Starts the drive in local control.
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Maintenance
Control panel battery must be replaced every 10 years. The battery is housed on the
rear of the control panel. Replace it with a new CR 2032 battery.
Status line
The top line of the LCD display shows the basic status information of the drive.
Installation
For information on connecting the panel to the drive and mounting the panel, see
ACSM1 control panel user's guide (3AUA0000020131) [English]).
No. Field Alternatives Significance
1 Control location LOC Drive control is local, that is, from the
control panel.
REM Drive control is remote, such as the drive
I/O or fieldbus.
2 State Forward shaft direction
Reverse shaft direction
Rotating arrow Drive is running at setpoint.
Dotted rotating arrow Drive is running but not at setpoint.
Stationary arrow Drive is stopped.
Dotted stationary arrow Start command is present, but the motor is
not running, eg, because start enable is
missing.
3 Panel operation
mode
• Name of the current mode
• Name of the list or menu shown
• Name of the operation state, eg, REF
EDIT.
4 Reference value
or number of the
selected item
• Reference value in the Output mode
• Number of the highlighted item, eg,
mode, parameter group or fault.
30.00rpm LOC
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LOC MAIN MENU 1
1 2 3 4
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Operation
„ Basics of operation
You operate the control panel with menus and keys. The keys include two context-
sensitive soft keys, whose current function is indicated by the text shown in the
display above each key.
You select an option, eg, operation mode or parameter, by entering the MENU state
using soft key 2, and then by scrolling the and arrow keys until the
option is highlighted, and then pressing the relevant soft key. With the right soft key
you usually enter a mode, accept an option or save the changes. The left soft key is
used to cancel the changes made and return to the previous operation level.
The ACSM1 Control Panel has six options in the Main menu: Parameters, Fault
Logger, Time & Date, Parameter Backup, Reference Edit and Drive Info. In addition,
the control panel has an Output mode, which is used as default. Also, when a fault or
alarm occurs, the panel goes automatically to the Fault mode showing the fault or
alarm. You can reset the fault in the Output or Fault mode. The operation in these
modes and options is described in the following sections.
Initially, the panel is in the Output mode, where you
can start, stop, change the direction, switch between
local and remote control, modify the reference value
and monitor up to three actual values. To do other
tasks, first go to the Main menu and select the
appropriate option on the menu. The status line (see
section Status line on page 29) shows the name of
the current menu, mode, item or state.

PARAMETERS
FAULT LOGGER
TIME & DATE
EXIT ENTER 00:00
MAIN MENU 1 LOC




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„ List of tasks
The table below lists common tasks, the mode in which you can perform them,
abbreviations of the options in the Main menu and the page number where the steps
to do the task are described in detail.
Task Mode / Main menu
option
Abbreviations of
the Main menu
options *
Page
How to get help Any - 32
How to find out the panel version Any - 33
How to start and stop the drive Output - 34
How to switch between local and remote
control
Any - 34
How to change the direction of the motor
rotation
Any - 36
How to select the monitored signals Parameters PARAMETERS 36
How to set the speed reference in the
Output mode
Output - 37
How to adjust the display contrast Output - 37
How to change the value of a parameter Parameters PARAMETERS 38
How to change the value of value pointer
parameters
Parameters PARAMETERS 39
How to change the value of a bit pointer
parameter to point to the value of a bit in
another signal
Parameters PARAMETERS 41
How to change the value of a bit pointer
parameter to fixed 0 (FALSE) or 1 (TRUE)
Parameters PARAMETERS 43
How to view faults Fault Logger FAULT LOGGER 45
How to reset faults and alarms Fault Logger FAULT LOGGER 45
How to show/hide the clock, change date
and time formats, set the clock and enable/
disable automatic clock transitions
according to the daylight saving changes
Time & Date TIME & DATE 47
How to copy parameters from the drive to
the control panel
Parameter Backup PAR BACKUP 50
How to restore parameters from the control
panel to the drive
Parameter Backup PAR BACKUP 50
How to view backup information Parameter Backup PAR BACKUP 57
How to edit a reference value Reference Edit REF EDIT 58
How to view drive info Drive Info DRIVE INFO 59
* Main menu options actually shown in the control panel.
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„ Help and panel version – Any mode
How to get help
Step Action Display
1. Press to read the context-sensitive help text
for the item that is highlighted.

If help text exists for the item, it is shown on the
display.
2. If the whole text is not visible, scroll the lines with
keys and .
3. After reading the text, return to the previous
display by pressing .
?

TIME FORMAT
DATE FORMAT
SET TIME
SET DATE
DAYLIGHT SAVING
TIME & DATE 6
EXIT SEL 00:00
LOC
EXIT 00:00

Use daylight saving
to enable or disable
automatic clock
adjustment according
to daylight saving
HELP LOC
EXIT 00:00

to enable or disable
automatic clock
adjustment according
to daylight saving
changes
HELP LOC
EXIT

TIME FORMAT
DATE FORMAT
SET TIME
SET DATE
DAYLIGHT SAVING
TIME & DATE 6
EXIT SEL 00:00
LOC
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How to find out the panel version
Step Action Display
1. If the power is switched on, switch it off.
• If the panel cable can be disconnected easily,
unplug the panel cable from the control panel,
OR
• If the panel cable cannot be disconnected easily,
switch off the control board or the drive.
2. Keep key pressed down while you switch on
the power and read the information. The display
shows the following panel information:
Panel SW: panel firmware version
ROM CRC: panel ROM check sum
Flash Rev: flash content version
Flash content comment.
When you release the key, the panel goes to
the Output mode.
?
?

Panel SW: x.xx
ROM CRC: xxxxxxxxxx
Flash Rev: x.xx
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
PANEL VERSION INFO
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„ Basic operations – Any mode
How to start, stop and switch between local and remote control
You can start, stop and switch between local and remote control in any mode. To be
able to start or stop the drive by using the control panel, the drive must be in local
control.
Step Action Display
1. • To switch between remote control (REM shown
on the status line) and local control (LOC shown
on the status line), press .
Note: Switching to local control can be disabled
with parameter 16.01 LOCAL LOCK.
The very first time the drive is powered up, it is
in remote control (REM) and controlled through
the drive I/O terminals. To switch to local control
(LOC) and control the drive using the control
panel, press . The result depends on how
long you press the key:
• If you release the key immediately (the
display flashes “Switching to the local control
mode”), the drive stops. Set the local control
reference as instructed on page 37.
• If you press the key for about two seconds,
the drive continues running as before. The
drive copies the current remote values for the
run/stop status and the reference, and uses
them as the initial local control settings.
• To stop the drive in local control, press . The arrow ( or ) on the status
line stops rotating.
• To start the drive in local control, press . The arrow ( or ) on the status
line starts rotating. It is dotted until
the drive reaches the setpoint.
LOC
REM
00:00

Switching to the
local control mode.
MESSAGE LOC
LOC
REM
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„ Output mode
In the Output mode, you can:
• monitor actual values of up to three signals
• change the direction of the motor rotation
• set the speed reference
• adjust the display contrast
• start, stop, change the direction and switch between local and remote control.
You get to the Output mode by pressing repeatedly.
The top right corner of the display shows the
reference value. The center can be configured to
show up to three signal values or bar graphs; see
page 36 for instructions on selecting and modifying
the monitored signals.
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How to select the monitored signals
How to change the direction of the motor rotation
Step Action Display
1. You can select which signals are monitored in the
Output mode and how they are displayed with
group 17 PANEL DISPLAY parameters. See page
38 for detailed instructions on changing parameter
values.
Step Action Display
1. If you are not in the Output mode, press
repeatedly until you get there.
2. If the drive is in remote control (REM shown on the
status line), switch to local control by pressing
. The display briefly shows a message about
changing the mode and then returns to the Output
mode.
3. To change the direction from forward ( shown on
the status line) to reverse ( shown on the status
line), or vice versa, press .


1701 SIGNAL1 PARAM



PAR EDIT
01.03
CANCEL NEXT 00:00
LOC


1703 SIGNAL3 PARAM



PAR EDIT
01.06
CANCEL NEXT 00:00
LOC


1702 SIGNAL2 PARAM



PAR EDIT
01.04
CANCEL NEXT 00:00
LOC
EXIT




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How to set the speed reference in the Output mode
See also section Reference Edit on page 58.
How to adjust the display contrast
Step Action Display
1. If you are not in the Output mode, press
repeatedly until you get there.
2. If the drive is in remote control (REM shown on the
status line), switch to local control by pressing
. The display briefly shows a message about
changing the mode and then returns to the Output
mode.
3. • To increase the highlighted reference value
shown in the top right corner of the display,
press . The value changes immediately.
It is stored in the permanent memory of the drive
and restored automatically after power switch-
off.
• To decrease the value, press .
Step Action Display
1. If you are not in the Output mode, press
repeatedly until you get there.
2. • To increase the contrast, press keys and
simultaneously.
• To decrease the contrast, press keys and
simultaneously.
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DIR MENU 00:00
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„ Parameters
In the Parameters option, you can:
• view and change parameter values
• start, stop, change the direction and switch between local and remote control.
How to select a parameter and change its value
Step Action Display
1. Go to the Main menu by pressing if you are
in the Output mode, otherwise by pressing
repeatedly until you get to the Main menu.
2. Go to the Parameters option by selecting
PARAMETERS on the menu with keys and
, and pressing .
3. Select the appropriate parameter group with keys
and .

Press .
4. Select the appropriate parameter with keys
and . The current value of the parameter is
shown below the selected parameter.

MENU
EXIT

PARAMETERS
FAULT LOGGER
TIME & DATE
EXIT ENTER 00:00
MAIN MENU 1 LOC
ENTER

01 ACTUAL VALUES
02 I/O VALUES
03 CONTROL VALUES
05 LIFT APPL SIGNALS
06 DRIVE STATUS
EXIT SEL 00:00
PAR GROUPS 01 LOC

99 START-UP DATA
01 ACTUAL VALUES
02 I/O VALUES
03 CONTROL VALUES
05 LIFT APPL SIGNALS
EXIT SEL 00:00
PAR GROUPS 99 LOC
SEL

9901 LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
9904 MOTOR TYPE
9906 MOT NOM CURRENT
9907 MOT NOM VOLTAGE
PARAMETERS
EXIT EDIT 00:00
LOC

9901 LANGUAGE
9904 MOTOR TYPE
AM
9906 MOT NOM CURRENT
9907 MOT NOM VOLTAGE
PARAMETERS
EXIT EDIT 00:00
LOC
ACSM1 control panel 39
How to change the value of value pointer parameters
In addition to the parameters shown above, there are two kinds of pointer
parameters; value pointer parameters and bit pointer parameters. The value pointer
parameter points to the value of another parameter/signal. The source parameter is
given in format P.xx.yy, where xx = Parameter group; yy = parameter index.
Press .
5. Specify a new value for the parameter with keys
and .
Pressing the key once increments or decrements
the value. Holding the key down changes the value
faster. Pressing the keys simultaneously replaces
the displayed value with the default value.
6. • To save the new value, press .
• To cancel the new value and keep the original,
press .
Step Action Display
1. Go to the Main menu by pressing if you are
in the Output mode, otherwise by pressing
repeatedly until you get to the Main menu.
2. Go to the Parameters option by selecting
PARAMETERS on the menu with keys and
, and pressing .
Step Action Display
EDIT


9904 MOTOR TYPE



PAR EDIT
AM
CANCEL SAVE 00:00
[0]
LOC


9904 MOTOR TYPE



PAR EDIT
PMSM
CANCEL SAVE 00:00
[1]
LOC
SAVE
CANCEL

9901 LANGUAGE
9904 MOTOR TYPE
PMSM
9906 MOT NOM CURRENT
9907 MOT NOM VOLTAGE
PARAMETERS
EXIT EDIT 00:00
LOC
MENU
EXIT

PARAMETERS
FAULT LOGGER
TIME & DATE
EXIT ENTER 00:00
MAIN MENU 1 LOC
ENTER

01 ACTUAL VALUES
02 I/O VALUES
03 CONTROL VALUES
05 LIFT APPL SIGNALS
06 DRIVE STATUS
EXIT SEL 00:00
PAR GROUPS 01 LOC
40 ACSM1 control panel
3. Select the appropriate parameter group with keys
and . Here the value pointer
parameter 15.01 AO1 PTR is used as an example.

4. Press to select the appropriate parameter
group. Select the appropriate parameter with keys
and , the current value of each
parameter is shown below it.
5. Press . The current value of the value
pointer parameter is shown, as well as the
parameter group it points to.
6. Specify a new parameter group for the value
pointer parameter to point to with keys and
. The parameter group changes
respectively.
7. • To continue, press .
• To cancel the new value and keep the original,
press .
Specify a new parameter for the value pointer
parameter to point to with keys and
. The parameter changes respectively.
8. • To save the new value for the pointer parameter,
press .
• To cancel the new value and keep the original,
press .
The new value is shown in the parameters list.
Step Action Display

10 START/STOP
11 START/STOP MODE
12 DIGITAL IO
13 ANALOGUE INPUTS
15 ANALOGUE OUTPUTS
EXIT SEL 00:00
PAR GROUPS 15 LOC
SEL

1501 AO1 PTR
P.01.05
1502 AO1 FILT TIME
1503 AO1 MAX
1504 AO1 MIN
PARAMETERS
EXIT EDIT 00:00
LOC
EDIT


1501 AO1 PTR



PAR EDIT
P.01.05
CANCEL NEXT 00:00
01 ACTUAL VALUES
LOC


1501 Ao1 PTR



PAR EDIT
P.02.05
CANCEL NEXT 00:00
02 I/O VALUES
LOC
NEXT
CANCEL


1501 AO1 PTR



PAR EDIT
P.02.08
CANCEL SAVE 00:00
0208 AO1
LOC
SAVE
CANCEL

1501 AO1 PTR
P.02.08
1502 AO1 FILT TIME
1503 AO1 MAX
1504 AO1 MIN
PARAMETERS LOC
EXIT EDIT 00:00
ACSM1 control panel 41
How to change the value of a bit pointer parameter to point to the value of a bit
in another signal
The bit pointer parameter points to the value of a bit in another signal, or can be fixed
to 0 (FALSE) or 1 (TRUE). For the latter option, see page 43. The bit pointer
parameter points to a bit value (0 or 1) of one bit in a 32-bit signal. The first bit from
the left is bit number 31, and the first bit from the right is bit number 0. For example,
bit 01 stands for bit number 21 = 2, the second bit from the right, and number 00
stands for bit number 20 = 1, the first bit from the right.
When adjusting a bit pointer parameter on the control panel, POINTER is selected to
define a source from another signal. A pointer value is given in format P.xx.yy.zz,
where xx = Parameter group; yy = Parameter index, zz = Bit number.
Step Action Display
1. Go to the Main menu by pressing if you are
in the Output mode, otherwise by pressing
repeatedly until you get to the Main menu.
2. Go to the Parameters option by selecting
PARAMETERS on the menu with keys and
, and pressing .
3. Select the appropriate parameter group with keys
and . Here the bit pointer
parameter 12.04 DI01 OUT PTR is used as an
example.

4. Press to select the appropriate parameter
group. Select the appropriate parameter with keys
and . The current value of each
parameter is shown below its name.
5. Press .
MENU
EXIT

PARAMETERS
FAULT LOGGER
TIME & DATE
EXIT ENTER 00:00
MAIN MENU 1 LOC
ENTER

01 ACTUAL VALUES
02 I/O VALUES
03 CONTROL VALUES
05 LIFT APPL SIGNALS
06 DRIVE STATUS
EXIT SEL 00:00
PAR GROUPS 01 LOC

12 DIGITAL IO
13 ANALOGUE INPUTS
15 ANALOGUE OUTPUTS
16 SYSTEM
17 PANEL DISPLAY
EXIT SEL 00:00
PAR GROUPS 12 LOC
SEL

1201 DI01 CONF9901
1202 DI02 CONF
1203 DI03 CONF
1204 DI01 OUT PTR
P.01.01.00
PARAMETERS
EXIT EDIT 00:00
LOC
EDIT


1204 DI01 OUT PTR



PAR EDIT
Pointer
CANCEL NEXT 00:00
LOC
42 ACSM1 control panel
6. Press . The current value of the bit pointer
parameter is shown, as well as the parameter
group it points to.
7. Specify a new parameter group for the bit pointer
parameter to point to with keys and
. The parameter group changes
respectively.
8. • To continue, press .
• To cancel the new value and keep the original,
press .
Specify a new parameter for the bit pointer
parameter to point to with keys and
. The parameter name changes
respectively.
9. • To continue, press .
• To cancel the new value and keep the original,
press .
Specify a new bit for the bit pointer parameter to
point to with keys and . The bit
number and name (if defined) change respectively.
Here bit 00 stands for bit number 2
0
= 1, the first
bit from the right in a 32-bit signal.
10. • To save the new value for the bit pointer
parameter, press .
• To cancel the new value and keep the original,
press .
The new value is shown in the parameters list.
Step Action Display
NEXT


1204 DI01 OUT PTR



PAR EDIT
P.01.01.00
CANCEL NEXT 00:00
01 ACTUAL VALUES
LOC


1204 DI01 OUT PTR



PAR EDIT
P.06.01.00
CANCEL NEXT 00:00
06 DRIVE STATUS
LOC
NEXT
CANCEL


1204 DI01 OUT PTR



PAR EDIT
P.06.01.00
CANCEL NEXT 00:00
0601 STATUS WORD 1
LOC
NEXT
CANCEL


1204 DI01 OUT PTR



PAR EDIT
P.06.01.00
CANCEL SAVE 00:00
00 READY
LOC
SAVE
CANCEL

1201 DI01 CONF9901
1202 DI02 CONF
1203 DI03 CONF
1204 DI01 OUT PTR
P.06.01.00
PARAMETERS
EXIT EDIT 00:00
LOC
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How to change the value of a bit pointer parameter to fixed 0 (FALSE) or 1
(TRUE)
The bit pointer parameter can be fixed to constant value of 0 (FALSE) or 1 (TRUE).
When adjusting a bit pointer parameter on the control panel, CONST is selected in
order to fix the value to 0 (displayed as C.FALSE.) or 1 (C.TRUE.).
Step Action Display
1. Go to the Main menu by pressing if you are
in the Output mode, otherwise by pressing
repeatedly until you get to the Main menu.
2. Go to the Parameters option by selecting
PARAMETERS on the menu with keys and
, and pressing .
3. Select the appropriate parameter group with keys
and . Here the bit pointer
parameter 12.04 DI01 OUT PTR is used as an
example.

4. Press to select the appropriate parameter
group. Select the appropriate parameter with keys
and . The current value of each
parameter is shown below its name.
5. Press .
MENU
EXIT

PARAMETERS
FAULT LOGGER
TIME & DATE
EXIT ENTER 00:00
MAIN MENU 1 LOC
ENTER

01 ACTUAL VALUES
02 I/O VALUES
03 CONTROL VALUES
05 LIFT APPL SIGNALS
06 DRIVE STATUS
EXIT SEL 00:00
PAR GROUPS 01 LOC

12 DIGITAL IO
13 ANALOGUE INPUTS
15 ANALOGUE OUTPUTS
16 SYSTEM
17 PANEL DISPLAY
EXIT SEL 00:00
PAR GROUPS 12 LOC
SEL

1201 DI01 CONF9901
1202 DI02 CONF
1203 DI03 CONF
1204 DI01 OUT PTR
P.06.02.02
PARAMETERS
EXIT EDIT 00:00
LOC
EDIT


1204 DI01 OUT PTR



PAR EDIT
Pointer
CANCEL NEXT 00:00
LOC
44 ACSM1 control panel
Select CONST with keys and .
6. Press .
7. Specify a new constant value (TRUE or FALSE) for
the bit pointer parameter with keys and
.
8. • To continue, press .
• To cancel the new value and keep the original,
press .
The new value is shown in the parameters list.
Step Action Display


1204 DI01 OUT PTR



PAR EDIT
Const
CANCEL NEXT 00:00
LOC
NEXT


1204 DI01 OUT PTR



PAR EDIT
C.FALSE
CANCEL SAVE 00:00
[0]
LOC


1204 DI01 OUT PTR



PAR EDIT
C.TRUE
CANCEL SAVE 00:00
[1]
LOC
SAVE
CANCEL

1201 DI01 CONF9901
1202 DI02 CONF
1203 DI03 CONF
1204 DI01 OUT PTR
C.TRUE
PARAMETERS
EXIT EDIT 00:00
LOC
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„ Fault Logger
In the Fault Logger option, you can:
• view the drive fault history
• see the details of the most recent faults
• start, stop, change the direction and switch between local and remote control.
How to view faults
How to reset faults
Step Action Display
1. Go to the Main menu by pressing if you are
in the Output mode, otherwise by pressing
repeatedly until you get to the Main menu.
2. Go to the Fault Logger option by selecting FAULT
LOGGER on the menu with keys and
, and pressing .
• If there are no faults in the fault history, the
corresponding text will be shown.
• If there is a fault history, the display shows the
fault log starting with the most recent fault. The
number on the row is the fault code according to
which the causes and corrective actions are
listed in chapter Fault tracing.
• To see the details of a fault, select it with keys
and , and press .
• Scroll the text with keys and .
• After reading it, press to return to the
previous display.
Step Action Display
1. When a fault occurs, a text identifying the fault is
shown.
• To reset the fault, press .
• To return to the previous display, press .
MENU
EXIT

PARAMETERS
FAULT LOGGER
TIME & DATE
EXIT ENTER 00:00
MAIN MENU 2 LOC
ENTER

No fault history
found
MESSAGE LOC

36: LOCAL CTRL LOSS
29.04.08 10:45:58
FAULT LOGGER
EXIT DETAIL 00:00
LOC 1
DETAIL
EXIT

TIME
10:45:58
FAULT CODE
36
FAULT CODE EXTENSION
LOCAL CTRL LOSS
EXIT 00:00
LOC
RESET
EXIT

FAULT 36
LOCAL CTRL LOSS
FAULT
RESET EXIT
LOC
46 ACSM1 control panel
„ Time & Date
In the Time & Date option, you can:
• show or hide the clock
• change date and time display formats
• set the date and time
• enable or disable automatic clock transitions according to the daylight saving
changes
• start, stop, change the direction and switch between local and remote control.
The ACSM1 control panel contains a battery to ensure the function of the clock when
the panel is not powered by the drive.
ACSM1 control panel 47
How to show or hide the clock, change display formats, set the date and time
and enable or disable clock transitions according to daylight saving changes
Step Action Display
1. Go to the Main menu by pressing if you are
in the Output mode, otherwise by pressing
repeatedly until you get to the Main menu.
2. Go to the Time & Date option by selecting TIME &
DATE on the menu with keys and ,
and pressing .
3. • To show (hide) the clock, select CLOCK
VISIBILITY on the menu, press , select
Show clock (Hide clock) with keys and
and press , or, if you want to
return to the previous display without making
changes, press .
• To specify the time format, select TIME
FORMAT on the menu, press and select
a suitable format with keys and .
Press to save or to cancel your
changes.
• To specify the date format, select DATE
FORMAT on the menu, press and select
a suitable format. Press to save or
to cancel your changes.
• To set the time, select SET TIME on the menu
and press . Specify the hours with keys
and , and press .Then
specify the minutes. Press to save or
to cancel your changes.
MENU
EXIT

PARAMETERS
FAULT LOGGER
TIME & DATE
EXIT ENTER 00:00
MAIN MENU 3 LOC
ENTER

CLOCK VISIBILITY
TIME FORMAT
DATE FORMAT
SET TIME
SET DATE
EXIT SEL 00:00
TIME & DATE 1 LOC
SEL
SEL
EXIT

Show clock
Hide clock
EXIT SEL 00:00
CLOCK VISIB 1 LOC
SEL
SEL CANCEL

24-hour
12-hour
CANCEL SEL 00:00
TIME FORMAT 1 LOC
SEL
OK CANCEL

dd.mm.yy
mm/dd/yy
dd.mm.yyyy
mm/dd/yyyy
CANCEL OK 00:00
DATE FORMAT 1 LOC
SEL
OK
OK
CANCEL

15:41






SET TIME
CANCEL OK
LOC
48 ACSM1 control panel
• To set the date, select SET DATE on the menu
and press . Specify the first part of the
date (day or month depending on the selected
date format) with keys and , and
press . Repeat for the second part. After
specifying the year, press . To cancel your
changes, press .
• To enable or disable the automatic clock
transitions according to the daylight saving
changes, select DAYLIGHT SAVING on the
menu and press .
Pressing opens the help that shows the
beginning and end dates of the period during
which daylight saving time is used in each
country or area whose daylight saving changes
you can select to be followed. Scroll the text with
keys and . To return to the
previous display, press .
• To disable automatic clock transitions
according to the daylight saving changes,
select Off and press .
• To enable automatic clock transitions, select
the country or area whose daylight saving
changes are followed and press .
• To return to the previous display without
making changes, press .

Step Action Display
SEL
OK
OK
CANCEL







19.03.2008
SET DATE
CANCEL OK 00:00
LOC
SEL
?
EXIT
SEL
SEL
EXIT

Off
EU
US
Aust 1: NSW,Vict..
Aust 2:Tasmania..
EXIT SEL 00:00
DAYLIGHT SAV 1 LOC
EXIT 00:00

EU:
On: Mar last Sunday
Off: Oct last Sunday
US:
HELP LOC
ACSM1 control panel 49
„ Parameter Backup
The Parameter Backup option is used to export parameters from one drive to another
or to make a backup of the drive parameters. Uplading to the panel stores all drive
parameters, including up to four user sets, to the control panel. Selectable subsets of
the backup file can then be restored/downloaded from the control panel to the same
drive or another drive of the same type.
In the Parameter Backup option, you can:
• Copy all parameters from the drive to the control panel with MAKE BACKUP TO
PANEL. This includes all defined user sets of parameters and internal (not
adjustable by the user) parameters, such as those changed by the ID Run.
• View the information about the backup stored in the control panel with SHOW
BACKUP INFO. This includes, for example, version information etc. of the current
backup file in the panel. It is useful to check this information when you are going
to restore the parameters to another drive with RESTORE PARS ALL to ensure
that the drives are compatible.
• Restore the full parameter set from the control panel to the drive using the
RESTORE PARS ALL command. This writes all parameters, including the internal
non-user-adjustable motor parameters, to the drive. It does NOT include the user
sets of parameters.
Note: Use this function only to restore the parameters from a backup or to restore
parameters to systems that are compatible.
• Restore all parameters, except motor data, to the drive with RESTORE PARS
NO-IDRUN.
• Restore only motor data parameters to the drive with RESTORE PARS IDRUN.
• Restore all user sets to the drive with RESTORE ALL USER SETS.
• Restore only user set 1…4 to the drive with RESTORE USER SET 1…RESTORE
USER SET 4.
50 ACSM1 control panel
How to backup and restore parameters
For all backup and restore functions available, see page 49.
Step Action Display
1. Go to the Main menu by pressing if you are
in the Output mode, otherwise by pressing
repeatedly until you get to the Main menu.
2. Go to the Parameter Backup option by selecting
PAR BACKUP on the menu with keys and
, and pressing .
3. To copy all parameters (including user sets and
internal parameters) from the drive to the control
panel, select MAKE BACKUP TO PANEL on the
Par Backup with keys and , and
press . Operation starts. Press if you
want to stop the operation.
After the backup is completed, the display shows a
message about the completion. Press to
return to the Par Backup.
4. To perform restore functions, select the
appropriate operation (here RESTORE PARS ALL
is used as an example) on the Par Backup with
keys and .
• Press . Restoring starts.
MENU
EXIT

FAULT LOGGER
TIME & DATE
PAR BACKUP
EXIT ENTER 00:00
MAIN MENU 4 LOC
ENTER

MAKE BACKUP TO PANEL
SHOW BACKUP INFO
RESTORE PARS ALL
RESTORE PARS NO-IDRUN
RESTORE PARS IDRUN
EXIT SEL 00:00
PAR BACKUP 1 LOC
SEL ABORT
ABORT






PAR BACKUP LOC
Copying file 1/2
00:00
OK
OK

Parameter upload
successful
MESSAGE LOC
00:00

MAKE BACKUP TO PANEL
SHOW BACKUP INFO
RESTORE PARS ALL
RESTORE PARS NO-IDRUN
RESTORE PARS IDRUN
EXIT SEL
PAR BACKUP 3 LOC
00:00
SEL

Initializing param.
restore operation
PAR BACKUP LOC
00:00
ACSM1 control panel 51
Parameter errors
If you try to backup and restore parameters between different firmware versions, the
panel shows you the following parameter error information:
• Backup interface version is checked. Scroll the
text with keys and .
• If you want to continue, press . Press
if you want to stop the operation. If the
downloading is continued, the display shows a
message about it.
• Downloading continues, drive is being restarted.
• The display shows the transfer status as a
percentage of completion.
• Downloading finishes.
Step Action Display
1. Restore operation starts normally.
Step Action Display

BACKUP INTERFACE VER
0.2
0.2
OK
FIRMWARE VERSION
CANCEL CONT
VERSION CHECK LOC 1
00:00
CONT
CANCEL

Initializing param.
restore operation
PAR BACKUP LOC
00:00

Restarting drive
PAR BACKUP LOC
00:00






PAR BACKUP LOC
50%
Restoring/downloading
all parameters

Finishing restore
operation
PAR BACKUP LOC

Initializing param.
restore operation
PAR BACKUP LOC
00:00
52 ACSM1 control panel
2. Firmware version is checked.
You can see on the panel that the firmware
versions are not the same.
Scroll the text with keys and .
To continue, press . Press to stop the
operation.
3. If the downloading is continued, the display shows
a message about it.
• Downloading continues, drive is being restarted.
• The display shows the transfer status as a
percentage of completion.
• Downloading continues.
• Downloading finishes.
Step Action Display
CONT CANCEL

FIRMWARE VERSION
UMFI, 1460, 0,
UMFI, 1330, 0,
OK
PRODUCT VARIANT
CANCEL CONT
VER CHECK LOC 1
00:00

FIRMWARE VERSION
PRODUCT VARIANT
2
2
OK
CANCEL CONT
VER CHECK LOC 2
00:00

Initializing param.
restore operation
PAR BACKUP LOC
00:00

Restarting drive
PAR BACKUP LOC
00:00






PAR BACKUP LOC
50%
Restoring/downloading
all parameters

Restarting drive
PAR BACKUP LOC
00:00

Finishing restore
operation
PAR BACKUP LOC
ACSM1 control panel 53
4. The panel shows a list of erroneous parameters.
You can scroll the parameters with keys
and . The reason for parameter error is also
shown.
5. You can edit parameters by pressing when
EDIT command is visible.
Parameter 60.05 POS UNIT is used as an
example.
Edit the parameter as shown in section
Parameters on page 38.
6. Press to save the new value.
Press to return to the list of erroneous
parameters.
7. The parameter value you chose is visible under
the parameter name.
Press when you have edited parameters.
Step Action Display

6005*POS UNIT
0
?
VALUE MISSING
6008*POS2 INT SCALE
READY EDIT
PAR ERRORS LOC 1
00:00

22114*
1313*AI SUPERVIS ACT
0000 bin

INCORRECT VALUE TYPE
READY EDIT
PAR ERRORS LOC 4
00:00
EDIT


6005 POS UNIT



PAR EDIT
Revolution
CANCEL SAVE 00:00
[0]
LOC
SAVE
CANCEL


6005 POS UNIT



PAR EDIT
Degree
CANCEL SAVE 00:00
[1]
LOC
READY

6005*POS UNIT
1
?
VALUE MISSING
6008*POS2 INT SCALE
READY EDIT
PAR ERRORS LOC 1
00:00
54 ACSM1 control panel
Trying to restore a user set between different firmware versions
If you try to backup and restore a user set between different firmware versions, the
panel shows you the following alarm information:
Step Action Display
1. Restore operation starts normally.
2. Version check is also OK.
You can see on the panel that the firmware
versions are not the same.
You can scroll the text with keys and
.
3. If the downloading is continued, the display shows
a message about it.
• Downloading continues, drive is being restarted.
• The display shows the transfer status as a
percentage of completion.

Initializing param.
restore operation
PAR BACKUP LOC
00:00

FIRMWARE VERSION
UMFI, 1460, 0,
UMFI, 1330, 0,
OK
PRODUCT VARIANT
CANCEL CONT
VER CHECK LOC 1
00:00

FIRMWARE VERSION
PRODUCT VARIANT
2
2
OK
CANCEL CONT
VER CHECK LOC 2
00:00

Initializing param.
restore operation
PAR BACKUP LOC
00:00

Restarting drive
PAR BACKUP LOC
00:00






PAR BACKUP LOC
50%
Restoring/downloading
user set 1
ACSM1 control panel 55
• Downloading continues.
• Downloading continues, drive is being restarted.
• Downloading finishes.
4. Panel shows a text identifying the alarm and
returns to the Par Backup.
Step Action Display

Initializing param.
restore operation
PAR BACKUP LOC
00:00

Restarting drive
PAR BACKUP LOC
00:00

Finishing restore
operation
PAR BACKUP LOC

ALARM 2036
RESTORE
ALARM
EXIT
LOC
56 ACSM1 control panel
Trying to load a user set between different firmware versions
If you try load a user set between different firmware versions, the panel shows you
the following fault information:
Step Action Display
1. Go to the Parameters option by selecting
PARAMETERS on the main menu as shown in
section Parameters on page 38.
A user set is loaded through parameter 16.09
USER SET SEL. Select parameter group 16
SYSTEM with keys and .

2. Press to select the parameter group 16.
Select parameter 16.09 USER SET SEL with keys
and . The current value of each
parameter is shown below its name.
3. Press .
Select the user set you want to load with keys
and .
Press .
4. Panel shows a text identifying the fault.
EXIT SEL 00:00

11 START/STOP MODE
12 DIGITAL IO
13 ANALOGUE INPUTS
15 ANALOGUE OUTPUTS
16 SYSTEM
PAR GROUPS 16 LOC
SEL

1603 PASS CODE9901
1604 PARAM RESTORE
1607 PARAM SAVE
1609 USER SET SEL
No request
PARAMETERS
EXIT EDIT 00:00
LOC
EDIT


1609 USER SET SEL



PAR EDIT
No request
CANCEL SAVE 00:00
[1]
LOC
SAVE


1609 USER SET SEL



PAR EDIT
Load set 1
CANCEL SAVE 00:00
[2]
LOC

FAULT 310
USERSET LOAD
FAULT
RESET EXIT
LOC
ACSM1 control panel 57
How to view information about the backup
Step Action Display
1. Go to the Main menu by pressing if you are
in the Output mode, otherwise by pressing
repeatedly until you get to the Main menu.
2. Go to the Par Backup option by selecting PAR
BACKUP on the menu with keys and
, and pressing .
3. Select SHOW BACKUP INFO on the Par Backup
with keys and , and press .
The display shows the following information about
the drive from where the backup was made:
BACKUP INTERFACE VER: Format version of the
backup file
FIRMWARE VERSION: Information on the
firmware
UMFI: Firmware of the ACSM1 drive
1330: Firmware version (eg, 1.330)
0: Firmware patch version
PRODUCT VARIANT: 1: ACSM1 Speed
2: ACSM1 Motion
You can scroll the information with keys
and .
4. Press to return to the Par Backup.
MENU
EXIT

FAULT LOGGER
TIME & DATE
PAR BACKUP
EXIT ENTER 00:00
MAIN MENU 4 LOC
ENTER

MAKE BACKUP TO PANEL
SHOW BACKUP INFO
RESTORE PARS ALL
RESTORE PARS NO-IDRUN
RESTORE PARS IDRUN
EXIT SEL 00:00
PAR BACKUP 2 LOC
SEL
LOC
EXIT 00:00

BACKUP INTERFACE VER
0.2
0.2
FIRMWARE VERSION
UMFI, 1330, 0,
BACKUP INFO
EXIT 00:00

FIRMWARE VERSION
UMFI, 1330, 0,
UMFI, 1330, 0,
PRODUCT VARIANT
2
BACKUP INFO LOC
EXIT

MAKE BACKUP TO PANEL
SHOW BACKUP INFO
RESTORE PARS ALL
RESTORE PARS NO-IDRUN
RESTORE PARS IDRUN
EXIT SEL 00:00
PAR BACKUP 1 LOC
58 ACSM1 control panel
„ Reference Edit
In the Reference Edit option, you can:
• accurately control the local reference value,
• start, stop, change the direction and switch between local and remote control.
Editing is allowed only in the LOC state; the option always edits the local reference
value.
How to edit a reference value
Step Action Display
1. If the panel is in the remote control mode (REM
shown on the status line), switch to local control
(LOC shown on the status line) by pressing .
Reference editing is not possible in the remote
control mode. If you try to enter REF EDIT in the
remote control mode, the display shows a
message about that.
2. Otherwise, go to the Main menu by pressing
if you are in the Output mode, otherwise by
pressing repeatedly until you get to the Main
menu.
3. Go to the Reference Edit option by selecting REF
EDIT on the menu with keys and ,
and pressing .
4. Select the correct sign with keys and
, and press . Select the correct
numbers with keys and , and after
each number is selected, press . If you do
not select a number for a couple of seconds, the
number you are editing moves on to the next one
on the right.
5. After the last number is selected, press . Go
to the Output mode by pressing . The
selected reference value is shown in the status
line.
LOC
REM

Reference editing
enabled only in
local control mode
MESSAGE REM
00:00
MENU
EXIT

TIME & DATE
PAR BACKUP
REF EDIT
EXIT ENTER 00:00
MAIN MENU 5 LOC
ENTER





0000.00 rpm
+
REF EDIT
CANCEL NEXT 00:00
LOC
NEXT
NEXT





1250.00 rpm
-
REF EDIT
CANCEL SAVE 00:00
LOC
SAVE
EXIT
-1250.00rpm



50 A
10 Hz
7 % 10.
0.
49.
LOC
DIR MENU 00:00
ACSM1 control panel 59
„ Drive Info
In the Drive Info option, you can:
• view information on the drive,
• start, stop, change the direction and switch between local and remote control.
How to view drive info
Step Action Display
1. Go to the Main menu by pressing if you are
in the Output mode, otherwise by pressing
repeatedly until you get to the Main menu.
2. Go to the Drive info option by selecting DRIVE
INFO on the menu with keys and ,
and pressing .
MENU
EXIT

PAR BACKUP
REF EDIT
DRIVE INFO
EXIT ENTER 00:00
MAIN MENU 6 LOC
ENTER
EXIT 00:00

DRIVE NAME
-
DRIVE TYPE
ACSM1 Motion
DRIVE MODEL
DRIVE INFO LOC
60 ACSM1 control panel
3. The display shows information about the drive.
You can scroll the information with keys
and . Note: The information shown may
vary according to the firmware version of the drive.
DRIVE NAME: Drive name defined as a text in
DriveStudio commissioning and maintenance tool
DRIVE TYPE: Product variant, eg, ACSM1 Speed
or ACSM1 Motion
DRIVE MODEL: Type code of the drive
FW VERSION: See page 57.
SOLUTION PROGRAM: Information on the active
solution program
STANDARD LIBRARY: Version information of the
standard library in the firmware
TECHNOLOGY LIBRARY: Optional. Version
information of the technology library
POWER UNIT SERNO: Serial number of the
power stage (JPU)
MEM UNIT HW SERNO: Serial number in
manufacturing the memory unit (JMU)
MEM UNIT CONFIG SERNO: Serial number in
configuring the memory unit (JMU).
Press to return to the Main menu.
Step Action Display
EXIT
EXIT 00:00

FW VERSION
UMFI, 1330, 0,
SOLUTION PROGRAM
-
STANDARD LIBRARY
DRIVE INFO LOC
Start-up 61
Start-up
What this chapter contains
This chapter contains the following procedures:
• How to start up the drive outlines the basic tasks that you need to perform to start
up an ACSM1 drive with the Lift control program. A minimum set of lift control
functions required for operating a lift with the control program is included.
• How to enable further lift control functions includes the tasks that you need to
perform if you want to take into use further lift control functions.
The drive can be started up from the control panel or using the DriveStudio PC tool
program. The start-up procedures presented below use the control panel. For
detailed instructions on using the panel, see chapter ACSM1 control panel. For
instructions on using DriveStudio, see DriveStudio user manual (3AFE68749026
[English]).
How to start up the drive
This procedure includes tasks which need to be performed only when the drive is
powered up for the first time (for example, entering the motor data). After the first
start-up, the drive can be powered up without using these start-up tasks. The
procedure can be repeated later if start-up data needs to be changed.
In addition to the drive power-up, the procedure includes the following tasks:
• entering the motor data and performing the motor identification run
• setting up the encoder/resolver communication
• checking the emergency stop and Safe torque off circuits
• setting up the voltage control
• setting the drive limits
• setting up the motor overtemperature protection
62 Start-up
• setting up the following lift control functions:
- Start/stop control
- Mechanical brake control
- Manual fault reset
- Automatic fault reset
- Speed reference scaling
- Speed reference selection
- Acceleration/deceleration selection
- Jerk selection.
If an alarm or a fault is generated during the start-up, see chapter Fault tracing for the
possible causes and remedies. If problems continue, disconnect the main power and
wait 5 minutes for the intermediate circuit capacitors to discharge and check the drive
and motor connections.
Before you start, ensure that you have the motor nameplate and encoder data (if
needed) at your hand.
Safety
The start-up may only be carried out by a qualified electrician.
The safety instructions must be followed during the start-up procedure. See the
safety instructions on the first pages of the appropriate Hardware manual.
Check the installation. See the installation checklist in the appropriate Hardware
manual.
Check that the starting of the motor does not cause any danger.
De-couple the motor from the lift system if
• a normal ID run (99.13 IDRUN MODE = Normal) is required during the drive start-up,
or
• a reduced ID run (99.13 IDRUN MODE= Reduced) is required during the drive start-
up, or
• rotating autophasing (11.07 AUTOPHASING MODE = Turning) is required during the
drive start-up.
Start-up 63
Power up, control panel basics
Connect the control panel to the drive. For
instructions, see the Hardware manual.
Power up the drive.
After a few moments, the 7-segment display on the
JCU Control Unit is activated and the panel shows
the Output mode (right).
7-segment display:
Control panel:
Note: The drive will indicate an alarm (2021 NO MOTOR DATA) until the motor data is entered
later in this procedure. This is completely normal.
Switch to local control to ensure that external control
is disabled by pressing the key on the control
panel. Local control is indicated by the text “LOC” on
the top row on the display.
The two boxes at the bottom row of the display
indicate the function of the two soft keys and
. The contents of the boxes depend on the
visible menu choices.
Press to access the Main menu.
Within any menu, the desired selection is highlighted.
Press the and keys to make a new
choice; activate by pressing .
->




00 A
00 Hz
0 % 0.
0.
0.
REM
DIR MENU
0.00rpm
LOC
REM




00 A
00 Hz
0 % 0.
0.
0.
LOC
DIR MENU
0.00rpm
MENU
ENTER

PARAMETERS
FAULT LOGGER
TIME & DATE
EXIT ENTER
MAIN MENU 1 LOC
64 Start-up
Adjusting parameter values
In the Main menu, highlight PARAMETERS and
press .
• Use the and keys to browse the
list of parameter groups. Highlight the desired
group and press to display the parameters
within that group.
• Highlight a parameter and press to adjust
the value.
• Use and to adjust the value. (When
adjusting pointer parameters, use the NEXT key to
move between parameter group, index and bit
settings.)
• Press to accept the new parameter value,
to retain the old value.
• At any point, press or to return to the
previous level.
Notes:
For more detailed instructions on adjusting parameter values, see the following sections:
• How to select a parameter and change its value on page 38
• How to change the value of value pointer parameters on page 39
• How to change the value of a bit pointer parameter to point to the value of a bit in another
signal on page 41
• How to change the value of a bit pointer parameter to fixed 0 (FALSE) or 1 (TRUE) on page
43.
Changing the language
By default, the language of the text shown is English.
If desired, the language can be changed.
99.01 LANGUAGE
Entering motor data
Select the motor type: asynchronous or permanent
magnet motor.
99.04 MOTOR TYPE
Select the motor control mode. DTC is used for
normal lift operation. Scalar control can be used for
testing purposes.
99.05 MOTOR CTRL MODE
ENTER
SEL
EDIT
SAVE
CANCEL
CANCEL EXIT
Start-up 65
Enter the motor data from the motor nameplate.
Asynchronous motor nameplate example:
Permanent magnet motor nameplate example:
Note: Set the motor data to
exactly the same value as on the
motor nameplate. For example,
if the motor nominal speed is
1470 rpm on the nameplate,
setting the value of parameter
99.09 MOT NOM SPEED to
1500 rpm results in wrong
operation of the drive.
At least parameters 99.06…99.10 must be set with
DTC control (99.05 MOTOR CTRL MODE = DTC).
Better control accuracy can be achieved by setting
also parameters 99.11…99.12.
• motor nominal current
Allowed range: approximately 1/6 · I
2n
… 2 · I
2n
of the
drive (0…2 · I
2nd
if parameter 99.05 MOTOR CTRL
MODE = Scalar). With multimotor drives, see section
Multimotor drives on page 67.
99.06 MOT NOM CURRENT
M2AA 200 MLA 4
1475
1475
1470
1470
1475
1770
32.5
56
34
59
54
59
0.83
0.83
0.83
0.83
0.83
0.83
3GAA 202 001 - ADA
180
IEC 34-1
6210/C3 6312/C3
Cat. no
35
30
30
30
30
30 50
50
50
50
50
60
690 Y
400 D
660 Y
380 D
415 D
440 D
V
Hz kW r/min A cos IA/IN
t
E/s
Ins.cl. F
IP 55
No
IEC 200 M/L 55
3 motor
ABB Motors
380 V
mains
voltage
66 Start-up
• motor nominal voltage
Allowed range: 1/6 · U
N
… 2 · U
N

of the drive. (U
N

refers to the highest voltage in each nominal voltage
range, that is 480 V AC for ACSM1-04).
With permanent magnet motors: The nominal voltage
is the BackEMF voltage (at motor nominal speed). If
the voltage is given as voltage per rpm, eg, 60 V per
1000 rpm, the voltage for 3000 rpm nominal speed is
3 × 60 V = 180 V.
Note that the nominal voltage is not equal to the
equivalent DC motor voltage (E.D.C.M.) value given
by some motor manufactures. The nominal voltage
can be calculated by dividing the E.D.C.M. voltage by
1.7 (= square root of 3).
99.07 MOT NOM VOLTAGE
• motor nominal frequency
Range: 5.0…500.0 Hz. With multimotor drives, see
section Multimotor drives on page 67.
With permanent magnet motor: If the frequency is not
given on the motor nameplate, it has to be calculated
with the following formula:
f = n × p / 60
where p = number of pole pairs, n = motor nominal
speed.
99.08 MOT NOM FREQ
• motor nominal speed
Range: 0…30000 rpm. With multimotor drives, see
section Multimotor drives on page 67.
99.09 MOT NOM SPEED
• motor nominal power
Range: 0.00…10000.00 kW. With multimotor drives,
see section Multimotor drives on page 67.
99.10 MOT NOM POWER
• motor nominal cosϕ (not applicable to permanent
magnet motors). This value can be set for better
DTC control accuracy. If the value is not given by
the motor manufacturer, use value 0 (ie, default
value).
Range: 0.00…1.00.
99.11 MOT NOM COSFII
• motor nominal shaft torque. This value can be set
for better DTC control accuracy. If the value is not
given by the motor manufacturer, use value 0 (ie,
default value).
Range: 0.000…2147483.647 N•m.
99.12 MOT NOM TORQUE
After the motor parameters have been set, alarm ID-
RUN is generated to inform that the ID run needs to
be performed.
Alarm:
ID-RUN
Start-up 67
Multimotor drives
This section applies only to drive systems in which multiple motors are connected to the drive.
Check that the motors have the same relative slip
(only for asynchronous motors), nominal voltage and
number of poles. If the manufacturer motor data is
insufficient, use the following formulas to calculate
the slip and the number of poles:
where
p = number of pole pairs (= motor pole number / 2)
f
N
= motor nominal frequency in Hz
n
N
= motor nominal speed in rpm
s = motor slip in %
n
S
= motor synchronous speed in rpm.
Set the sum of the motor nominal currents. 99.06 MOT NOM CURRENT
Set the nominal motor frequencies. The frequencies
must be the same.
99.08 MOT NOM FREQ
Set the sum of the motor nominal powers.
If the motor powers are close to each other or the
same but the nominal speeds vary slightly, parameter
99.09 MOT NOM SPEED can be set to the average
value of the motor speeds.
99.10 MOT NOMT POWER
99.09 MOT NOM SPEED
External control unit power supply
If the control unit of the drive is powered from an
external power supply (as specified in the Hardware
manual), set parameter 95.01 CTRL UNIT SUPPLY
to External 24V.
95.01 CTRL UNIT SUPPLY
External mains choke
If the drive is equipped with an external choke
(specified in the Hardware manual), set parameter
95.02 EXTERNAL CHOKE to YES.
95.02 EXTERNAL CHOKE
s
n
S
n
N

n
S
----------------- 100% ⋅ =
n
s
f
N
60 ⋅
p
---------------- =
p Int
f
N
60 ⋅
n
N
---------------
⎝ ⎠
⎛ ⎞
=
68 Start-up
Motor overtemperature protection (1)
Select how the drive reacts when motor
overtemperature is detected.
45.01 MOT TEMP PROT
Select the motor temperature protection: motor
thermal model or motor temperature measurement.
For motor temperature measurement connections,
see section Temperature sensors on page 124.
45.02 MOT TEMP SOURCE
ID RUN (motor identification run)
WARNING! With Normal or Reduced ID run the motor will run at up to
approximately 50…100% of the nominal speed during the ID run. ENSURE THAT IT
IS SAFE TO RUN THE MOTOR BEFORE PERFORMING THE ID RUN!
Note: Ensure that possible safe torque off and emergency stop circuits are closed during the
ID run.
Check the direction of rotation of the motor before
starting the ID run. During the run (Normal or
Reduced), the motor will rotate in the forward
direction.
forward
direction
reverse
direction
When drive output
phases U2, V2 and W2
are connected to the
corresponding motor
terminals:
Start-up 69
Select the motor identification method with parameter
99.13 IDRUN MODE. During the Motor ID run,
the drive will identify the characteristics of the motor
for optimum motor control. The ID run is performed at
the next start of the drive.
Notes:
• The motor must be de-coupled from the lift system
during the Normal or Reduced ID run as well as if
rotating autophasing is required (that is, the motor
shaft must NOT be locked and the load torque
must be < 10% during the ID run). With permanent
magnet motors this restriction applies also when
the Standstill ID run is selected.
• The drive will not control the mechanical brake of
the motor open during the ID run. Ensure by some
other means that the brake will be open if the
Normal or Reduced ID run or rotating autophasing
is required.
• The ID run cannot be performed if parameter 99.05
MOTOR CTRL MODE = Scalar.
99.13 IDRUN MODE
11.07 AUTOPHASING MODE
NORMAL ID run should be selected whenever
possible.
REDUCED ID run should be selected instead of the
Normal ID run if full flux is required to keep the motor
brake open (conical motor).
STANDSTILL ID run should be selected only if the
Normal or Reduced ID run is not possible (the motor
cannot be de-coupled from the lift system).
AUTOPHASING can only be selected after the
Normal/Reduced/Standstill ID run has been
performed once. Autophasing is used when an
absolute encoder or a resolver (or encoder with
commutation signals) has been added/changed to a
permanent magnet motor, but there is no need to
perform the Normal/Reduced/Standstill ID run again.
See parameter 11.07 AUTOPHASING MODE for
information on autophasing modes and section
Autophasing on page 132.
70 Start-up
Check the drive limits. The following must apply to all
ID run methods:
• 20.05 MAXIMUM CURRENT > 99.06 MOT NOM
CURRENT
In addition, the following must apply to Reduced and
Normal ID run:
• 20.01 MAXIMUM SPEED > 50% of synchronous
speed of the motor
• 20.02 MINIMUM SPEED < 0
• Supply voltage > 66% of 99.07 MOT NOM
VOLTAGE
• 20.06 MAXIMUM TORQUE > 100%
(asynchronous machines with Normal ID run only)
• 20.06 MAXIMUM TORQUE < 30% (asynchronous
machines with Reduced ID run, and permanent
magnet motors).
When the ID run has been successfully completed,
set the limit values as required by the application.
Start the motor by pressing (the START key)
to activate the ID run.
Note: The Run enable signal must be active.
10.88 LIFT RUN ENABLE
ID run is indicated by alarm ID-RUN on the panel
display and by a rotating display on the 7-segment
display.
Alarm: ID-RUN
7-segment display:
If the ID run is not successfully completed, fault ID-
RUN FAULT is generated.
Fault: ID-RUN FAULT
Speed measurement with encoder/resolver
Encoder/resolver feedback can be used for more accurate motor control.
Follow these instructions when encoder/resolver interface module FEN-xx is installed in drive
option Slot 1 or 2. Note: Two encoder interface modules of the same type are not allowed.
Select the encoder/resolver to be used. For more
information, see parameter group 90 ENC MODULE
SEL on page 220.
90.01 ENCODER 1 SEL
90.02 ENCODER 2 SEL
Set other necessary encoder/resolver parameters:
• Absolute encoder parameters (group 91, page
220)
• Resolver parameters (group 92, page 226)
• Pulse encoder parameters (group 93, page 226).
91.01…91.31
92.01…92.03
93.01…93.13
Save new parameters settings into the permanent
memory by setting parameter 16.07 PARAM SAVE to
value Save.
16.07 PARAM SAVE
rotating display
Start-up 71
Set parameter 90.10 ENC PAR REFRESH to
Configure so that the new parameter settings take
effect.
90.10 ENC PAR REFRESH
Checking the encoder/resolver connection
Follow these instructions when encoder/resolver interface module FEN-xx is installed in drive
option Slot 1 or 2. Note: Two encoder interface modules of the same type are not allowed.
Set parameter 22.01 SPEED FB SEL to Estimated. 22.01 SPEED FB SEL
Enter a small speed reference value (for example 3%
of the nominal motor speed).
Reference can be entered on the control panel by
selecting the REF EDIT option on the MAIN menu.
Press repeatedly until you get to the MAIN
menu, then select REF EDIT and press .
For detailed instructions, see section How to edit a
reference value on page 58.
Start the motor by pressing (the START key).
Go back to the PARAMETERS option. Select
PARAMETERS on the MAIN menu and press .
Check that the estimated (01.14 SPEED
ESTIMATED) and actual (01.08 ENCODER1 SPEED
/ 01.10 ENCODER2 SPEED) speeds are equal. If the
values differ, check the encoder/resolver parameter
settings.
Hint: If the actual speed (with an absolute or pulse
encoder) differs from the reference value by a factor
of 2, check the pulse number setting (91.01 SINE
COSINE NR / 93.01 ENC1 PULSE NR / 93.11 ENC2
PULSE NR).
01.14 SPEED ESTIMATED
01.08 ENCODER1 SPEED
01.10 ENCODER2 SPEED
CANCEL
ENTER

TIME & DATE
PAR BACKUP
REF EDIT
EXIT ENTER
MAIN MENU 5 LOC
ENTER
72 Start-up
If the direction of rotation is selected as forward,
check that the actual speed (01.08 ENCODER1
SPEED / 01.10 ENCODER2 SPEED) is positive:
• If the actual direction of the rotation is forward and
the actual speed negative, the phasing of the pulse
encoder wires is reversed.
• If the actual direction of the rotation is reverse and
the actual speed negative, the motor cables are
incorrectly connected.
Changing the connection:
Disconnect the main power, and wait for 5 minutes
for the intermediate circuit capacitors to discharge.
Do the necessary changes. Switch the power on and
start the motor again. Check that the estimated and
actual speed values are correct.
If the direction of rotation is selected as reverse, the
actual speed must be negative.
Note: Resolver autotuning routines should always be
performed after the resolver cable connection has
been modified. Autotuning routines can be activated
by adjusting parameter 92.02 EXC SIGNAL AMPL or
92.03 EXC SIGNAL FREQ, and then setting
parameter 90.10 ENC PAR REFRESH to Configure.
If the resolver is used with a permanent magnet
motor, an AUTOPHASING ID run should be
performed as well.
01.08 ENCODER1 SPEED
01.10 ENCODER2 SPEED
Stop the motor by pressing (the STOP key).
Set parameter 22.01 SPEED FB SEL to Enc1 speed
or Enc2 speed.
If the speed feedback cannot be used in motor
control: In special applications parameter 40.06
FORCE OPEN LOOP must be set to TRUE.
22.01 SPEED FB SEL
Note: Speed filtering needs to be adjusted especially
when the encoder pulse number is small. See section
Speed filtering on page 74.
Emergency stop circuit
If there is an emergency stop circuit in use, check
that the circuit is functioning (emergency stop signal
OFF1 is connected to the digital input which is
selected as the source for the emergency stop
activation).
10.11 EM STOP OFF1
Start-up 73
Safe torque off
The Safe torque off function disables the control voltage of the power semiconductors of the
drive output stage, thus preventing the inverter from generating the voltage required to rotate
the motor. For safe torque off wiring, see the appropriate Hardware manual.
If there is a safe torque off circuit in use, check that
the circuit functions.
Select how the drive reacts when the Safe torque off
function is active (that is, when the control voltage of
the power semiconductors of the drive output stage is
disabled).
If the Safe torque off function is used for replacing
one of the two main contactors between the drive and
the motor, select Alarm or No.
46.07 STO DIAGNOSTIC
Electrical braking and voltage control
Electrical braking (a built-in brake chopper and brake resistor) is needed in lift applications to
allow the drive to dissipate regenerative energy. The chopper connects the brake resistor to
the intermediate circuit of the drive whenever the DC voltage exceeds the maximum limit.
If the DC voltage drops due to input power cut off, the undervoltage controller will automatically
decrease the motor torque in order to keep the voltage above the lower limit.
• Set the brake chopper and resistor settings.
• Check that the connection is functioning.
For more information on the brake resistor
connection, see the appropriate Hardware manual.
48.01…48.07
Check that the undervoltage controller is active. 47.02 UNDERVOLT CTRL
Motor start function
Select the motor start function. By default, 11.01
START MODE is set to Const time.
Setting 11.01 START MODE to Automatic selects a
general-purpose start function. This setting also
makes flying start (starting to a rotating motor)
possible.
The highest possible starting torque is achieved
when 11.01 START MODE is set to Fast (automatic
optimised DC magnetising) or Const time (constant
DC magnetising with user-defined magnetising time).
Note: When 11.01 START MODE is set to Fast or
Const time, flying start (start to a rotating motor) is
not possible.
11.01 START MODE
Limits
Set the operation limits according to the process
requirements.
20.01…20.07
74 Start-up
Motor overtemperature protection (2)
Set the alarm and fault limits for the motor
overtemperature protection.
45.03 MOT TEMP ALM LIM
45.04 MOT TEMP FLT LIM
Set the typical ambient temperature of the motor. 45.05 AMBIENT TEMP
When 45.02 MOT TEMP SOURCE is set to
ESTIMATED, the motor thermal protection model
must be configured as follows:
• Set the maximum allowed operating load of the
motor
• Set the zero speed load. A higher value can be
used if the motor has an external motor fan to
boost the cooling.
• Set the break point frequency of the motor load
curve
• Set the motor nominal temperature rise
• Set the time within which the temperature has
reached 63% of the nominal temperature.
45.06 MOT LOAD CURVE
45.07 ZERO SPEED LOAD
45.08 BREAK POINT
45.09 MOTNOMTEMPRISE
45.10 MOT THERM TIME
If possible, perform the motor ID run again at this
point (see page 68).
99.13 IDRUN MODE
Speed filtering
The measured speed always has a small ripple because of electrical and mechanical
interferences, couplings and encoder resolution (ie, small pulse number). A small ripple is
acceptable as long as it does not affect the speed control chain. The interferences in the speed
measurement can be filtered with a speed error filter or with an actual speed filter.
Reducing the ripple with filters may cause speed controller tuning problems. A long filter time
constant and fast acceleration time contradict one another. A very long filter time results in
unstable control.
If the used speed reference changes rapidly, use the
speed error filter to filter the possible interferences in
the speed measurement. In this case the speed error
filter is more suitable than the actual speed filter:
• Set the filter time constant.
26.06 SPD ERR FTIME
Start-up 75
If the used speed reference remains constant, use
the actual speed filter to filter the possible
interferences in the speed measurement. In this case
the actual speed filter is more suitable than the speed
error filter:
• Set the filter time constant.
If there are substantial interferences in the speed
measurement, the filter time constant should be
proportional to the total inertia of the load and motor,
ie, approximately 10…30% of the mechanical time
constant
t
mech
= (n
nom
/ T
nom
) · J
tot
· 2pi/60,
where
J
tot
= total inertia of the load and motor (the gear ratio
between the load and the motor must be taken into
account)
n
nom
= motor nominal speed
T
nom
= motor nominal torque
22.02 SPEED ACT FTIME
Start/stop control
Select the sources for the start/stop control in
external control location EXT1 with parameters
10.01, 10.02 and 10.03.
As a factory default, parameter 10.01 is set to IN1 F
IN2R and bit pointer parameters 10.02 and 10.03 are
set to point to DI1 (P.02.01.00) and DI2 (P.02.01.01),
respectively.
• Start up: DI1 active (= 1)
• Start down: DI2 active (= 1)
• The drive will not start if both DI1 and DI2 are
active (= 1).
If you want to change the default settings, first modify
parameter 10.01, then 10.02 and 10.03 to choose the
sources of the start signal.
10.01 EXT1 START FUNC
10.02 EXT1 START IN1
10.03 EXT1 START IN2
76 Start-up
Mechanical brake control
Select the brake control function: brake control with
supervision or brake control without supervision.
35.01 BRAKE CONTROL
If you selected brake control with supervision,
activate the supervision by selecting a source (eg, a
digital input) for bit pointer parameter 35.02 BRAKE
ACKNOWL.
35.02 BRAKE ACKNOWL
(A digital input is selected as the
source by pointing to a bit in one
of the following signals:
• 02.01 DI STATUS
• 02.03 DIO STATUS
• 02.80 EXT DIO STATUS.)
Based on the mechanical brake opening delay,
define the brake open delay.
35.03 BRAKE OPEN DELAY
Define the brake close delay. 35.04 BRAKE CLOSE DELAY
Define the brake close speed. 35.05 BRAKE CLOSE SPEED
Manual fault reset
Select the source for the external fault reset signal.
As a factory default, bit pointer parameter 46.80 is set
to point to DIO1 (P.02.03.00).
46.80 FAULT RESET
Automatic fault reset
Define the number of automatic fault resets allowed. 46.81 AUTORESET TRIALS
Define the trial time for automatic fault resets. 46.82 AUTORST TRL TIME
Define for how long the drive will wait after a fault
before attempting a fault reset.
46.83 AUTORESET DELAY
Select the faults that are automatically reset. 46.84 AUTORESET SEL
Speed reference scaling
Define the gear ratio. 80.02 GEAR RATIO
Define the sheave diameter in millimeters. 80.03 SHEAVE DIAMETER
Define the roping ratio. 80.04 ROPING RATIO
Speed reference selection
Select the sources for the speed reference selection
bit pointers 80.05, 80.06 and 80.07.
As a factory default, 80.05 is set to point to DI4
(P.02.01.03), 80.06 to DI5 (P.02.01.04) and 80.07 to
DI6 (P.02.01.05).
80.05 SPEED REF SEL1
80.06 SPEED REF SEL2
80.07 SPEED REF SEL3
Start-up 77
Select the desired speed references to be used. For
an overview of how the active speed reference is
determined, see section Speed reference selection
on page 97.
Leveling speed: Define the leveling speed reference. 80.09 LEVELING SPEED
Releveling speed:
• Select the source of the releveling speed reference
with parameter 80.10 RELVL SPEED SEL.
• 02.05 AI1 SCALED
• 02.07 AI2 SCALED
• 80.11 RELEVELING SPEED
• Depending on your selection, configure the analog
inputs or define the releveling speed reference
with parameter 80.11 RELEVELING SPEED.
80.10 RELVL SPEED SEL
80.11 RELEVELING SPEED
Traveling speeds: Define the desired traveling speed
references to be used in the normal travel mode. If
the floor distance is short, the medium speed,
speed2 or speed3 can be used instead of the
nominal speed.
80.01 NOMINAL SPEED
80.12 MEDIUM SPEED
80.15 SPEED2
80.16 SPEED3
Note: If you do not intend to activate the inspection
mode (see section Inspection mode on page 81), you
can use the inspection speed for maintenance
operations in the normal travel mode. In this case,
define the inspection speed reference with parameter
80.13 INSPECTION SPEED.
80.13 INSPECTION SPEED
Notes:
As a factory-set zero speed, the speed1 reference (80.08 SPEED1) is fixed to a constant value
0 m/s.
78 Start-up
Acceleration/deceleration selection
Select the acceleration/deceleration set to be used in
the normal travel mode.
• 0 (FALSE) = Acc/dec set 1 is used
• 1 (TRUE) = Acc/dec set 2 is used
As a factory default, bit pointer parameter 25.80 is
fixed to FALSE. If you want to change the default
setting, fix the selection to TRUE, or select the
source from another parameter.
Acceleration/deceleration sets 1 and 2 are used
during the normal travel mode as shown below:
25.80 ACC/DEC SEL
Define set1 acceleration and deceleration. 25.81 ACC1
25.82 DEC1
Define set2 acceleration and deceleration. 25.83 ACC2
25.84 DEC2
Define the inspection mode acceleration and
deceleration.
25.85 INSPECT MODE ACC
25.86 INSPECT MODE DEC
Define the releveling mode acceleration and
deceleration.
25.89 RELVL ACC/DEC
Speed
25.80 ACC/DEC SEL = FALSE
25.81 ACC1
25.82 DEC1
25.84 DEC2
Time
25.80 ACC/DEC SEL = TRUE
Speed
25.83 ACC2
25.84 DEC2
25.84 DEC2
Time
Speed
Speed
25.81 ACC1
25.82 DEC1
25.84 DEC2
25.84 DEC2
25.84 DEC2
25.83 ACC2
Time 25.80 ACC/DEC SEL = FALSE
25.80 ACC/DEC SEL = TRUE Time
Start-up 79
Notes:
Parameter 25.84 DEC2 is internally used as the stopping deceleration and it is independent of
the status of parameter 25.80 ACC/DEC SEL.
Jerk selection
As a factory default, bit pointer parameter 25.90
JERK DISABLE is fixed to 0 (FALSE), meaning that
jerks are in use.
Alternatively, you can select the source for jerk
activation from another parameter.
If you want to permanently disable the use of jerks,
fix the selection to 1 (TRUE).
25.90 JERK DISABLE
Define acceleration start and end jerks with
parameters 25.91 JERK1 and 25.92 JERK2,
respectively.
25.91 JERK1
25.92 JERK2
Define leveling deceleration start and end jerks with
parameters 25.93 JERK3 and 25.94 JERK4,
respectively.
25.93 JERK3
25.94 JERK4
Define stopping start and end jerks with parameters
25.95 JERK5 and 25.96 JERK6, respectively.
25.95 JERK5
25.96 JERK6
Define the releveling jerk with parameter 25.97
JERK7.
25.97 JERK7
Start Brake open
Jerk1
Jerk2
Jerk3
Jerk4
Jerk5
Jerk7 Jerk7
Releveling
speed
Time
Leveling speed
Leveling active
Nominal or medium speed
Speed
Jerk6
Jerk1
Jerk2
Jerk3
Jerk4
Jerk5
Traveling speed
Leveling speed
Jerk7
Jerk6
Releveling
speed
Leveling active
Start Brake open
Time
Speed
Jerk7
80 Start-up
How to enable further lift control functions
This procedure includes the tasks that you need to perform if you want to take into
use the following lift control functions:
• Evacuation mode
• Inspection mode
• Torque proving, Brake slip check, Brake open torque selection
• Actual load measurement
• Off-delays
• Smart slowdown
• Slowdown
• Final limit switches
• Static and dynamic friction
• Inertia compensation
• Inverter overload
• Speed match
• Motor stall.
Before you start, make sure that you have already carried out the procedure How to
start up the drive.
For instructions on safety, control panel basics, adjusting parameter values and
changing the language, see the corresponding tasks in How to start up the drive.
Evacuation mode
Select the source (eg, a digital input) for enabling the
evacuation mode.
10.89 EVACUATION
MODE
(A digital input is selected
as the source by pointing to
a bit in one of the following
signals:
• 02.01 DI STATUS
• 02.03 DIO STATUS
• 02.80 EXT DIO
STATUS.)
Select manual or automatic evacuation.
• 1 (TRUE) = Automatic evacuation is enabled.
• 0 (FALSE) = Manual evacuation is enabled.
10.90 EVACUATION AUTO
If there is a separate floor limit switch coming directly to
the drive, select the source (eg, a digital input) from which
the Lift control program reads the floor limit signal.
10.91 FLOOR LIM SWITCH
Start-up 81
Define the evacuation speed reference. 80.14 EVACUATION
SPEED
Define the evacuation mode acceleration and
deceleration.
25.87 EVAC MODE ACC
25.88 EVAC MODE DEC
Notes:
For information on the evacuation mode and rescue operation in general, see section Rescue
operation on page 140.
Inspection mode
Select the source (eg, a digital input) for enabling the
inspection mode.
10.92 INSPECTION MODE
(A digital input is selected
as the source by pointing to
a bit in one of the following
signals:
• 02.01 DI STATUS
• 02.03 DIO STATUS
• 02.80 EXT DIO
STATUS.)
Select the source (eg, a digital input) for starting and
stopping the lift in the inspection mode.
10.93 INSPECTION UP
10.94 INSPECTION DOWN
Define the inspection speed reference. 80.13 INSPECTION
SPEED
Define the inspection mode acceleration and
deceleration.
25.85 INSPECT MODE
ACC
25.86 INSPECT MODE
DEC
Torque proving, Brake slip check and Brake open torque selection
Enable the Torque proving function by setting 35.82
TORQUE PROVING to ENABLED.
35.82 TORQUE PROVING
Select the source of the brake open torque with value
pointer parameter 35.80 BRK OPEN TRQ SEL. Brake
open torque can be used when a load sensor is available
or with counterweightless lifts.
• If you are using a load sensor, select one of the
following: 02.05 AI1 SCALED, 02.07 AI2 SCALED or
05.04 LOAD ACT TORQ.
• For a counterweightless lift, select 35.81 BRAKE OPEN
TORQ and set it to such a value that, for example,
when the lift is started with average load, the lift car
does not jerk backwards when the mechanical brake is
opened.
35.80 BRK OPEN TRQ
SEL
Define the constant brake open torque. 35.81 BRAKE OPEN TORQ
Define the torque proving reference. 35.83 TORQ PROVING
REF
82 Start-up
Define the time delay for generating fault TORQUE
PROVE.
35.84 TRQ PROV FLT DLY
Define the brake slip speed limit and the time delay for
generating fault BRAKE SLIP.
35.85 SLIP SPEED LIM
35.86 SLIP FAULT DLY
Actual load measurement
Select the source for the load weight signal with value
pointer parameter 82.08 LOAD WEIGHT SEL.
• 02.05 AI1 SCALED
• 02.07 AI2 SCALED
82.08 LOAD WEIGHT SEL
Bring the car and counter weight at the same level.
Start the drive with 0 speed reference and no load.
Open the brakes and note down the no load torque from
actual signal 01.06 TORQUE and the corresponding load
weight signal from the source chosen above.
01.06 TORQUE
02.05 AI1 SCALED
02.07 AI2 SCALED
Set parameter 82.14 TORQUE NO LOAD to the no load
torque value and parameter 82.11 WEIGHT NO LOAD to
the AI-scaled value of the load weight signal obtained
above.
82.14 TORQUE NO LOAD
82.11 WEIGHT NO LOAD
Repeat the procedure above with half and full load and
set parameters 82.12 and 82.15 (for half load) and 82.13
and 82.16 (for full load).
82.12 WEIGHT HALF
LOAD
82.15 TORQUE HALF
LOAD
82.13 WEIGHT FULL
LOAD
82.16 TORQUE FULL
LOAD
Off-delays
Define the off-delay speed limit. 80.17 OFF DLY SPD LIM
Define the off-delay for the speed2. 80.18 SPEED2 OFF DLY
Define the off-delay for the medium speed. 80.19 MED SPD OFF DLY
Define the off-delay for the nominal speed. 80.20 NOM SPD OFF DLY
Define the off-delay for the speed3. 80.21 SPEED3 OFF DLY
Notes:
Off-delays cannot be used for the inspection speed, leveling speed, releveling speed and
speed1.
Start-up 83
Smart slowdown
Select the mode of the Smart slowdown function.
• NOT SEL
• ESTIMATED
• ENCODER
83.01 SMART SLOWDN
SEL
If you chose ENCODER, do the following tasks:
Configure the encoder/resolver feedback. See section
Speed measurement with encoder/resolver on page 70.
Calibrate the actual physical position to the position actual
(01.12 POS ACT) based on gear ratio, roping ratio and
sheave diameter.
• With parameter 60.01 POS ACT SEL, select encoder 1
or encoder 2 used for calculating the position actual
(01.12 POS ACT).
• Select linear motion for the positioning axis mode by
setting parameter 60.02 POS AXIS MODE to Linear.
• Select the gear and roping ratios with parameters 60.03
LOAD GEAR MUL and 60.04 LOAD GEAR DIV.
• Select meter as the position unit with parameter 60.05
POS UNIT.
• Enter the value of sheave diameter (D) * pi as the feed
constant numerator and denumerator. For example, if
the sheave diameter is 1 m, the circumference D * pi is
3.142. Set parameter 60.06 FEED CONST NUM to
value 3142 and 60.07 FEED CONST DEN to 1000.
• Run the lift system between two floors and verify the
position actual by reading 01.12 POS ACT against the
actual floor position. If there are any errors, adjust
parameters 60.03, 60.04, 60.06 and 60.07.
60.01 POS ACT SEL
60.02 POS AXIS MODE
60.03 LOAD GEAR MUL
60.04 LOAD GEAR DIV
60.05 POS UNIT
60.06 FEED CONST NUM
60.07 FEED CONST DEN
Enter the distance between the leveling and stopping
switches.
83.02 LV STOP SWC DIST
Define what percentage of the parameter 83.02 value is to
be used as the safety distance. Safety distance is the
distance which must be run with the steady state leveling
speed.
83.03 SAFETY MARGIN
Slowdown
Select the mode of the Slowdown function.
• SINGLE BIT
• MULTIPLE BIT
10.80 SLOWDOWN SEL
84 Start-up
If you chose SINGLE BIT, select a source (eg, a digital
input) for parameter 10.81 SLOWDOWN IN1. This
parameter activates the slowdown command both in the
upward and downward direction.
10.81 SLOWDOWN1
(A digital input is selected
as the source by pointing to
a bit in one of the following
signals:
• 02.01 DI STATUS
• 02.03 DIO STATUS
• 02.80 EXT DIO
STATUS.)
If you chose MULTIPLE BIT, select the sources (eg,
digital inputs) for parameters 10.81 SLOWDOWN IN1 and
10.82 SLOWDOWN IN2. The former parameter activates
the slowdown command in the upward direction; the latter
activates it in the downward direction.
10.81 SLOWDOWN IN1
10.82 SLOWDOWN IN2
Define the slowdown speed reference. 10.85 SLOWDOWN
SPEED
Final limit switches
Select the source (eg, a digital input) of the upper limit
switch command.
10.86 UPPER F LIM SWC
(A digital input is selected
as the source by pointing to
a bit in one of the following
signals:
• 02.01 DI STATUS
• 02.03 DIO STATUS
• 02.80 EXT DIO
STATUS.)
Select the source (eg, a digital input) of the lower limit
switch command.
10.87 LOWER F LIM SWC
(A digital input is selected
as the source by pointing to
a bit in one of the following
signals:
• 02.01 DI STATUS
• 02.03 DIO STATUS
• 02.80 EXT DIO
STATUS.)
Define the emergency stop time. 25.11 EM STOP TIME
Start-up 85
Static and dynamic friction
Note: Extra precautions must be taken when running the lift.
Run the lift in the forward direction near to a zero speed
(eg, 0.01 m/s) and note down the corresponding torque
from actual signal 01.06 TORQUE. Multiply the result by
0.8 and enter the result obtained to parameter 82.01
STATIC FRIC TRQ.
01.06 TORQUE
82.01 STATIC FRIC TRQ
Bring the car and counter weight at the same level with no
load.
Define the three speed points needed for calculating the
dynamic friction. You can freely select the speed
reference for each point.
82.02 DYN FRIC SPEED1
82.03 DYN FRIC SPEED2
82.04 DYN FRIC SPEED3
Run the drive in the forward direction with the speed
reference defined with parameter 82.02 DYN FRIC
SPEED1 and note down the corresponding torque from
actual signal 01.06 TORQUE.
01.06 TORQUE
Subtract the value of parameter 82.01 STATIC FRIC
TORQ from the torque obtained above. Multiply the result
by 0.8 and enter the result obtained to parameter 82.05
DYN FRIC TORQ1.
82.05 DYN FRIC TORQ1
Run the drive in the forward direction with the speed
reference defined with parameter 82.03 DYN FRIC
SPEED2 and note down the corresponding torque from
actual signal 01.06 TORQUE.
01.06 TORQUE
Subtract the value of parameter 82.01 STATIC FRIC
TORQ from the torque obtained above. Multiply the result
by 0.8 and enter the result obtained to parameter 82.06
DYN FRIC TORQ2.
82.06 DYN FRIC TORQ2
Run the drive in the forward direction with the speed
reference defined with parameter 82.04 DYN FRIC
SPEED3 and note down the corresponding torque from
actual signal 01.06 TORQUE.
01.06 TORQUE
Subtract the value of parameter 82.01 STATIC FRIC
TORQ from the torque obtained above. Multiply the result
by 0.8 and enter the result obtained to parameter 82.07
DYN FRIC TORQ3.
82.07 DYN FRIC TORQ3
86 Start-up
Inertia compensation
Enable the Inertia compensation function by setting
parameter 82.09 INERTIA COMP EN to ENABLED.
82.09 INERTIA COMP EN
The moment of inertia required for calculating the inertia compensation torque can be obtained
in two ways:
• by calculating an estimate of the lift load’s moment of inertia
• by calculating a more accurate lift system’s moment of inertia based on a test run. Note that
this option requires using the DriveStudio PC tool.
Choose either option. You can find instructions for both options below.
Option 1: Lift load’s moment of inertia
Calculate an estimate of the lift load’s moment of inertia
using the following equation:
J = mr
2
/ (GR)
2

where
J = moment of load inertia reflected to motor shaft (kgm
2
)
m = mass of lift system (car weight + counterweight + duty
weight)
r = sheave radius (diameter / 2)
GR = gear ratio (motor rpm / load rpm)
Set parameter 82.10 MOMENT OF INERT to the value
calculated above.
82.10 MOMENT OF INERT
Option 2: Lift system’s moment of inertia
Note: Extra precautions must be taken when running the lift.
Set up the DriveStudio PC tool:
• Install the DriveStudio PC tool to the PC. For
instructions, see DriveStudio user manual
(3AFE68749026 [English]).
• Connect the drive to the PC: Connect the other end of
the communication cable (OPCA-02, code: 68239745)
to the panel link of the drive. Connect the other end of
the communication cable via a USB adapter or directly
to the PC serial port.
Set the maximum and minimum torque limits to a low
value (for example, 10% or 20%).
20.06 MAXIMUM TORQUE
20.07 MINIMUM TORQUE
Balance the elevator (car in the middle position, car
weight = counterweight).
Fix the selection of parameter 25.80 ACC/DEC SEL to 0
(= FALSE) and define the acceleration with parameter
25.81 ACC1 so that the inverter reaches the torque limits
very fast.
25.80 ACC/DEC SEL
25.81 ACC1
Start-up 87
Start from zero speed to nominal speed in the forward
direction. Use the Monitor window in the DriveStudio PC
tool to display the graph below. Then, monitor actual
signal 01.01 SPEED ACT and note down the value for
dN/dt, ie, the rate of change of the actual speed.
The graph below illustrates the torque limit of 20.06
MAXIMUM TORQUE = 10%.
01.01 SPEED ACT
Speed
Time
Speed
03.04 SPEEDREF RAMPED
Time
0
1
.
0
1

S
P
E
E
D

A
C
T
Running against
torque limits
dN/dt = Rate of change of
actual speed
dN
dt
Torque
Time
10%
Torque
01.06 TORQUE
Time
88 Start-up
Calculate the lift system’s moment of inertia using the
following equation:
J
tot
= T
acc_comp
/

[(2pi/60) · (dN/dt)]
where
J
tot
= total moment of inertia as seen by the motor (kgm
2
)
dN = rate of change of speed in rpm
dt = rate of change of speed in seconds
T
acc_comp =
= torque limit in N•m
Example:
If the value of parameter 98.01 TORQ NOM SCALE is
117.272 N•m and the torque limits (20.06 and 20.07) are
set to 10%, then T
acc_comp
is 11.7272 N•m.
And, if the speed change within one second is 225 rpm,
then
J
tot
= 11.7272 / [(2pi/60) · (225/1)] = 0.498 kgm
2
.
Set parameter 82.10 MOMENT OF INERT to the value
calculated above.
82.10 MOMENT OF INERT
Inverter overload
Define the inverter limit bits to be used for triggering fault
INV OVERLOAD. The bits are:
• Bit 0 MINIMUM TORQUE
• Bit 1 MAXIMUM TORQUE
• Bit 2 INTERNAL CURRENT
• Bit 3 LOAD ANGLE
• Bit 4 MOTOR PULLOUT
81.01 INV OVERLOAD SEL
Define the time delay for generating fault INV
OVERLOAD.
81.02 INV OVERLOAD DLY
Speed match
Enable the Speed match function by setting 81.03 SPEED
MATCH to ENABLED.
81.03 SPEED MATCH
Define the steady state speed deviation level. 81.04 SPD STD DEV LVL
Define the ramp state speed deviation level. 81.05 SPD RMP DEV LVL
Define the time delay for generating fault SPEED
MATCH.
81.06 SPEED MATCH DLY
Motor stall
Define the maximum and minimum motor stall torque
limits.
81.07 STALL TORQ MAX
81.08 STALL TORQ MIN
Define the motor stall speed limit. 81.09 STALL SPEED LIM
Define the time delay for generating fault MOTOR STALL. 81.10 STALL FAULT DLY
Default connections 89
Default connections
What this chapter contains
This chapter shows the default control connections of the Lift control program.
More information on the connectivity is given in the Hardware manual of the drive.
90 Default connections
X1
External power input
24 V DC, 1.6 A
1
2
X2
Relay output: Brake close/open
250 V AC / 30 V DC
2A
NO 1
COM 2
NC 3
X3
+24 V DC* +24VD 1
Digital I/O ground DGND 2
Digital input 1: Start up (par. 10.02 ) DI1 3
Digital input 2: Start down (par. 10.03) DI2 4
+24 V DC* +24VD 5
Digital I/O ground DGND 6
Digital input 3 DI3 7
Digital input 4: Speed ref sel 1 (par. 80.05) DI4 8
+24 V DC* +24VD 9
Digital I/O ground DGND 10
Digital input 5: Speed ref sel 2 (par. 80.06 ) DI5 11
Digital input 6: Speed ref sel 3 (par. 80.07) DI6 12
+24 V DC* +24VD 13
Digital I/O ground DGND 14
Digital input/output 1
1)
: Fault reset (par. 46.80) DIO1 15
Digital input/output 2
2)
: Ready (par. 06.01 bit 0) DIO2 16
+24 V DC* +24VD 17
Digital I/O ground DGND 18
Digital input/output 3
3)
: Fault (par. 06.01 bit 10) DIO3 19
X4
Reference voltage (+) +VREF 1
Reference voltage (–) –VREF 2
Ground AGND 3
Analogue input 1 (mA or V)
4)
AI1+ 4
AI1– 5
Analogue input 2 (mA or V)
5)
AI2+ 6
AI2– 7
AI1 current/voltage selection J1
AI2 current/voltage selection J2
Thermistor input TH 8
Ground AGND 9
Analogue output 1 (mA): Output current AO1 (I) 10
Analogue output 2 (V): Actual speed AO2 (U) 11
Ground AGND 12
Notes:
*Total maximum
current: 200 mA
1) Selected by par.
12.01 DIO1 CONF.
2) Selected by par.
12.02 DIO2 CONF.
3) Selected by par.
12.03 DIO3 CONF.
4) Selected by jumper
J1.
5) Selected by jumper
J2.
Current:
Voltage:
J1/2
J1/2
Default connections 91
X5
Drive-to-drive link termination J3
Drive-to-drive link
B 1
A 2
BGND 3
X6
Safe torque off. Both circuits must be closed for
the drive to start. See the appropriate Hardware
manual of the drive.
OUT1 1
OUT2 2
IN1 3
IN2 4
Control panel connection X7
92 Default connections
Program features 93
Program features
What this chapter contains
This chapter describes the program features of the Lift control program. For each
feature, there is a list of related user settings, actual signals, and fault and alarm
messages.
Basic start/stop operation
The Basic start/stop operation functions take care of lift start/stop control and the
interlocks related to basic lift start/stop operation.
„ Start/stop control
Start/stop control comprises the logic and commands for starting the lift in upward
and downward directions. The source of the start, stop and direction commands is the
external control location (EXT1). Parameter 10.01 EXT1 START FUNC selects the
starting method. There are two basic methods:
• Selection IN1 F IN2R defines separate start signals for upward and downward
directions. The source selected with 10.02 EXT1 START IN1 is the start up
(forward) signal and the source selected with 10.03 EXT1 START IN2 is the start
down (reverse) signal.
• Selection IN1S IN2DIR defines one signal for start and another signal for the
direction of the lift. The source selected with 10.02 EXT1 START IN1 is the start
signal and the source selected with 10.03 EXT1 START IN2 is the direction
(0 = up, 1 = down).
Start/stop control operates in the normal travel mode, releveling mode and
evacuation mode. The inspection mode has a start/stop control of its own. For more
information, see section Inspection mode on page 96.
94 Program features
Settings
„ Start/stop interlocking
The Start/stop interlocking function stops or blocks the start command using
parameter 10.88 LIFT RUN ENABLE without generating any fault or warning in the
drive. When the signal configured with parameter 10.88 is switched off, the drive will
not start, or if the drive is running, it will stop.
Settings
Automatic fault reset
The Automatic fault reset function resets pre-defined drive faults to ensure the
operation of the drive in temporary fault situations. The function resets only those
faults which you have selected with parameter 46.84 AUTORESET SEL out of the
faults monitored by actual signal 05.02 LIFT FW.
When any one of the selected faults occurs, a trial time defined with parameter 46.82
AUTORST TRL TIME starts and a fault reset is generated. You can define the
number of resets to be generated within the trial time with parameter 46.81
AUTORESET TRIALS. With parameter 46.83 AUTORESET DELAY, you can also
define for how long the drive will wait after a fault before attempting a fault reset.
Settings
Parameters Additional information
10.01 EXT1 START FUNC Selects the source for the start and stop control in external control
location EXT1.
10.02 EXT1 START IN1 Selects the source 1 for the start and stop commands in external control
location EXT1.
10.03 EXT1 START IN2 Selects the source 2 for the start and stop commands in external control
location EXT1.
Parameters Additional information
10.88 LIFT RUN ENABLE Selects the source for the Run enable signal.
Parameters Additional information
46.81 AUTORESET TRIALS Defines the number of the automatic fault resets the drive performs within
the time defined with parameter 46.82.
46.82 AUTORST TRL TIME Defines the time within which automatic fault resets are performed after
the drive has tripped on a fault.
46.83 AUTORESET DELAY Defines for how long the drive will wait after a fault before attempting an
automatic fault reset.
46.84 AUTORESET SEL Selects the faults to be automatically reset.
Program features 95
Diagnostics
Manual fault reset
In addition to automatic fault reset, faults can also be reset from an external source
selected with parameter 46.80 FAULT RESET.
Settings
Lift operation modes
By default, the lift operates in the normal travel mode. In addition, there are three
other operation modes: releveling mode, evacuation mode and inspection mode. For
an overview of the speed references available in each mode, see section Speed
reference selection and scaling on page 97.
„ Releveling mode
If the lift overshoots the floor, the releveling mode can be activated to bring it back to
the floor level. Parameter 80.10 RELVL SPEED SEL selects the source of the
releveling speed reference: 80.11 RELEVELING SPEED, 02.05 AI1 SCALED or
02.07 AI2 SCALED. The figure below illustrates releveling:
Signals Additional information
Actual signals
05.02 LIFT FW Lift fault status word with fault bits.
Parameters Additional information
46.80 FAULT RESET Selects the source for the fault reset signal.
Start Brake open Jerk7 Jerk7
Releveling
speed
Time
Leveling speed
Leveling active
Nominal or medium speed
Speed
Start Brake open
Leveling active
Traveling speed
Jerk7 Jerk7
Releveling
speed
Time
Leveling speed
Speed
96 Program features
Settings
Diagnostics
„ Evacuation mode
The evacuation mode is used for a lift car rescue operation in case the power supply
fails. For a detailed description of the operation of this mode and rescue operation in
general, see section Rescue operation on page 140.
„ Inspection mode
The inspection mode is used for maintenance operations. You can enable it with
parameter 10.92 INSPECTION MODE. In the inspection mode, the lift is operated
with parameters 10.93 INSPECTION UP and 10.94 INSPECTION DOWN, as shown
in the table below. The basic start up/down commands (see section Start/stop control
on page 93) are disabled.
When the lift operates in the inspection mode, the drive uses parameter 80.13
INSPECTION SPEED as the speed reference and parameters 25.85 INSPECT
MODE ACC and 25.86 INSPECT MODE DEC for acceleration and deceleration,
respectively.
Besides the inspection mode, it is also possible to conduct maintenance operations
while the lift is running at the inspection speed in the normal travel mode. In this case,
the inspection speed is selected based on the combined status of parameters 80.05
SPEED REF SEL1, 80.06 SPEED REF SEL2 and 80.07 SPEED REF SEL3, and the
lift travel is started with the basic start up/down commands. The inspection mode as
well as the inspection mode up/down commands are disabled.
Jerks are disabled while the lift is running at the inspection speed.
Parameters Additional information
25.89 RELVL ACC/DEC Defines the acceleration/deceleration used in the releveling mode.
80.10 RELVL SPEED SEL Selects the source of the releveling speed reference.
80.11 RELEVELING SPEED Defines the speed reference to be used during releveling when selected
as the source of parameter 80.10.
Signals Additional information
Actual signals
05.01 LIFT SW bit 7
(RELEVELING ACT)
Displays whether the releveling speed is the current speed reference
used by the lift.
Par. 10.93 Par. 10.94 Command
0 0 Stop
1 0 Inspection mode up
0 1 Inspection mode down
1 1 Stop
Program features 97
Settings
Diagnostics
Speed reference selection and scaling
„ Speed reference selection
The Speed reference selection function calculates the final speed reference to be
used by the lift in the different lift operation modes. The following speed references
are available via basic parameters.
* The speed1 reference is fixed to a constant value 0 m/s. It can be used for stopping the lift.
Parameters Additional information
10.92 INSPECTION MODE Selects the source for enabling/disabling the inspection mode.
10.93 INSPECTION UP Selects the source for starting the lift in the upward direction in the
inspection mode.
10.94 INSPECTION DN Defines the source for starting the lift in the downward direction in the
inspection mode.
25.85 INSPECT MODE ACC Defines the acceleration used in the inspection mode.
25.86 INSPECT MODE DEC Defines the deceleration used in the inspection mode.
80.13 INSPECTION SPEED Defines the speed reference used in the inspection mode. Can also be
used in the normal travel mode if the inspection mode is not in use.
Signals Additional information
Actual signals
05.01 LIFT SW bit 10
(INSPECT SPD ACT)
Displays whether the inspection speed is the current speed reference
used by the lift.
Speed reference available Lift operation mode
Speed 1*, 2, or 3 Normal travel mode
Nominal speed Normal travel mode
Medium speed Normal travel mode
Leveling speed Normal travel mode, when the leveling command is active
Releveling speed Reveling mode
Inspection speed Inspection mode or normal travel mode, depending on which mode is
active
Evacuation speed Evacuation mode
98 Program features
The function selects the speed reference based on the lift operation mode as follows.
• If neither the evacuation mode nor the inspection mode is active, the speed
reference is selected based on the combined status of parameters 80.05 SPEED
REF SEL1, 80.06 SPEED REF SEL2 and 80.07 SPEED REF SEL3.
• If either the evacuation mode or the inspection mode is active, the speed
reference is selected with parameter 80.14 EVACUATION SPEED or 80.13
INSPECTION SPEED, depending on which of the modes is active.
• If both the evacuation mode and the inspection mode are active, the evacuation
mode has higher priority.
The table below further illustrates speed reference selection.
Off-delays
Based on a set of so called off-delay parameters, the nominal, medium, speed2 and
speed3 references, ie, the traveling speeds can be kept in use for a prolonged time
period, despite a change in the status of the speed reference selection bits. The off-
delay parameter set contains adjustable speed limit and delay periods for each
traveling speed reference. The off-delays are used only when the lift speed is below
the set speed limit.
10.89
EVACUATION
MODE
10.92
INSPECTION
MODE
80.05 SPEED
REF SEL1
80.06 SPEED
REF SEL2
80.07 SPEED
REF SEL3
05.03 LIFT SPEED SEL
0 0 0 0 0 Speed1 (zero speed)
0 0 1 0 0 Nominal speed
0 0 0 1 0 Medium speed
0 0 1 1 0 Leveling speed
0 0 0 0 1 Releveling speed
0 0 1 0 1 Inspection speed
0 0 0 1 1 Speed2
0 0 1 1 1 Speed3
0 1 x x x Inspection speed
1 x x x x Evacuation speed
Program features 99
The figure below illustrates the normal running sequence of a lift traveling from one
floor to another and the use of off-delay for the nominal speed:
Settings
Parameters Additional information
80.01 NOMINAL SPEED Defines the nominal speed reference used in the normal travel mode.
80.05 SPEED REF SEL1 Selects the source for speed reference selection bit 1.
80.06 SPEED REF SEL2 Selects the source for speed reference selection bit 2.
80.07 SPEED REF SEL3 Selects the source for speed reference selection bit 3.
80.08 SPEED1 A factory-set zero speed reference, which can be used for stopping the lift
in the normal travel mode.
80.09 LEVELING SPEED Defines the speed reference to be used during leveling.
80.10 RELVL SPEED SEL Selects the source of the releveling speed reference.
80.11 RELEVELING SPEED Defines the speed reference to be used during releveling when selected
as the source of parameter 80.10.
80.12 MEDIUM SPEED Defines an additional speed reference which can be used instead of the
nominal speed based on the floor distance.
80.13 INSPECTION SPEED Defines the speed reference used in the inspection mode. Can also be
used in the normal travel mode if the inspection mode is not in use.
80.14 EVACUATION SPEED Defines the speed reference used in the evacuation mode.
80.15 SPEED2 Defines an additional speed reference which can be used instead of the
nominal speed based on the floor distance.
80.16 SPEED3 Defines an additional speed reference which can be used instead of the
nominal speed based on the floor distance.
Nominal speed
Off Delay Speed Limit (Par 80.18)
Nominal
speed
switch
off delay
time (par
80.21)
Leveling speed
Stopped to
zero speed
Time
Stop command
Brake
closed
Leveling Speed
ref start point
Bit pointer
status (Par80.5/
6/7) changed
from Nominal to
leveling spd
Brake
open
Start
Speed
Speed
80.20 NOM
SPD OFF DLY
Start Brake
open
Bit pointer status
(80.05/80.06/80.07)
changed from
nominal to leveling
speed
Leveling speed
reference starting
point
Stop command
Leveling speed
Stopped to
zero speed
Brake
closed
Time
80.17 OFF DLY SPD LIM
Nominal speed
100 Program features
Diagnostics
80.17 OFF DLY SPD LIM Defines the lift speed limit for activating the extended off-delay time
periods defined with parameters 80.18…80.21.
80.18 SPEED2 OFF DLY Defines the off-delay time for the speed2.
80.19 MED SPD OFF DLY Defines the off-delay time for the medium speed.
80.20 NOM SPD OFF DLY Defines the off-delay time for the nominal speed.
80.21 SPEED3 OFF DLY Defines the off-delay time for the speed3.
Signals Additional information
Actual signals
05.01 LIFT SW bit 5
(SPEED1 ACT)
Displays whether the speed1 is the current speed reference used by the
lift.
05.01 LIFT SW bit 6
(LEVELING ACT)
Displays whether the leveling speed is the current speed reference used
by the lift.
05.01 LIFT SW bit 7
(RELEVELING ACT)
Displays whether the releveling speed is the current speed reference
used by the lift.
05.01 LIFT SW bit 8
(MEDIUM SPD ACT)
Displays whether the medium speed is the current speed reference used
by the lift.
05.01 LIFT SW bit 9
(NOMINAL SPD ACT)
Displays whether the nominal speed is the current speed reference used
by the lift.
05.01 LIFT SW bit 10
(INSPECTION SPD ACT)
Displays whether the inspection speed is the current speed reference
used by the lift.
05.01 LIFT SW bit 12
(EVAC SPD ACT)
Displays whether the evacuation speed is the current speed reference
used by the lift.
05.01 LIFT SW bit 13
(SPEED2 ACT)
Displays whether the speed2 is the current speed reference used by the
lift.
05.01 LIFT SW bit 14
(SPEED3 ACT)
Displays whether the speed3 is the current speed reference used by the
lift.
05.03 LIFT SPEED SEL Displays the lift speed used based on the Speed reference selection
function.
05.08 LIFT SPEED ACT Displays the actual lift speed in m/s.
Parameters Additional information
Program features 101
„ Speed reference scaling
The Speed reference scaling function converts the linear speed of the lift (m/s) to the
rotation speed of the lift motor (rpm). To ensure correct operation of the function and
the lift, you have to define calculation factors at the start-up of the lift drive. These
factors (parameters) are: gear ratio, sheave diameter and roping ratio.
The figure below illustrates the components of the function.
The figure below illustrates common roping ratio alternatives.
Motor
Gear ratio
Sheave dia (m)
Speed
(rpm)
Linear speed (m/s)
Speed (rpm)
Gear ratio
Motor
Linear speed (m/s)
Sheave diameter (mm)
Roping ratio 1:1 Roping ratio 2:1
Roping ratio 1:1 Roping ratio 2:1
102 Program features
The function calculates the speed reference in rpm using the following equation.
The result of the calculation, motor rotational speed (rpm) corresponds to the lift
nominal speed (m/s) and is shown as the value of parameter 25.02 SPEED
SCALING.
Settings
Speed profile
The Speed profile functions automatically select a set of acceleration, deceleration
and jerks into use based on the lift operation mode.
„ Acceleration/deceleration selection
The Acceleration/deceleration function selects the acceleration and deceleration
used based on the lift operation mode as follows:
• When the evacuation mode is active, parameters 25.87 EVAC MODE ACC and
25.88 EVAC MODE DEC are used for acceleration and deceleration, respectively.
• When the inspection mode is active, parameters 25.85 INSPECT MODE ACC
and 25.86 INSPECT MODE DEC are used for acceleration and deceleration,
respectively.
• When the releveling mode is active, parameter 25.89 RELVL ACC/DEC is used
for acceleration and deceleration.
• During the normal travel mode, either parameters 25.81 ACC1 / 25.82 DEC1 or
25.83 ACC2 / 25.84 DEC2 are used for acceleration and deceleration, depending
on the selection made with parameter 25.80 ACC/DEC SEL.
Parameters Additional information
25.02 SPEED SCALING Shows the motor rotational speed (rpm), which corresponds to the lift
nominal speed (m/s) defined with parameter 80.01 NOMINAL SPEED.
80.02 GEAR RATIO Defines the gear box ratio.
80.03 SHEAVE DIAMETER Defines the sheave diameter in millimeters.
80.04 ROPING RATIO Defines the roping ratio.
Pi · 80.03 SHEAVE DIAMETER (mm)
Speed ref (rpm) = Speed ref (m/s) ·
80.02 GEAR RATIO · 80.04 ROPING RATIO · 60
Program features 103
Acceleration/deceleration sets 1 and 2 are used during the normal travel mode as
shown below:
„ Jerk selection
The Jerk selection function selects an appropriate jerk into use based on the lift
operation mode. The function allows you to:
• define different jerk values for the different lift operation modes
• enable or disable the use of jerks. When parameter 25.90 JERK DISABLE is
activated, the jerks are internally set to a zero value.
You can obtain the acceleration transition time during a jerk by dividing the selected
acceleration by the jerk value.
Speed
25.80 ACC/DEC SEL = FALSE
25.81 ACC1
25.82 DEC1
25.84 DEC2
Time
25.80 ACC/DEC SEL = TRUE
Speed
25.83 ACC2
25.84 DEC2
25.84 DEC2
Time
Speed
Speed
25.81 ACC1
25.82 DEC1
25.84 DEC2
25.84 DEC2
25.84 DEC2
25.83 ACC2
Time 25.80 ACC/DEC SEL = FALSE
25.80 ACC/DEC SEL = TRUE Time
104 Program features
The figure below illustrates how the Lift control program uses the jerks.
Settings
Parameters Additional information
25.80 ACC/DEC SEL Selects the source for the acceleration/deceleration set 1 or acceleration/
deceleration set 2 used in the normal travel mode.
25.81 ACC1 Defines the acceleration for set 1.
25.82 DEC1 Defines the deceleration for set 1.
25.83 ACC2 Defines the acceleration for set 2.
25.84 DEC2 Defines the deceleration for set 2.
25.85 INSPECT MODE ACC Defines the acceleration used in the inspection mode.
25.86 INSPECT MODE DEC Defines the deceleration used in the inspection mode.
25.87 EVAC MODE ACC Defines the acceleration used in the evacuation mode.
25.88 EVACMODE DEC Defines the deceleration used in the evacuation mode.
25.89 RELVL ACC/DEC Defines the acceleration/deceleration used in the releveling mode.
25.90 JERK DISABLE Selects the source for enabling/disabling all jerks.
25.91 JERK1 Defines the jerk used at the start of acceleration.
25.92 JERK2 Defines the jerk used at end of acceleration.
25.93 JERK3 Defines the jerk used at the start of leveling deceleration.
25.94 JERK4 Defines the jerk used at the end of leveling deceleration.
25.95 JERK5 Defines the jerk used at the start of stopping deceleration.
25.96 JERK6 Defines the jerk used at the end of stopping deceleration.
25.97 JERK7 Defines the jerk used during releveling.
Start Brake open
Jerk1
Jerk2
Jerk3
Jerk4
Jerk5
Jerk7 Jerk7
Releveling
speed
Time
Leveling speed
Leveling active
Nominal or medium speed
Speed
Jerk6
Jerk1
Jerk2
Jerk3
Jerk4
Jerk5
Traveling speed
Leveling speed
Jerk7
Jerk6
Releveling
speed
Leveling active
Start Brake open
Time
Speed
Jerk7
Program features 105
Diagnostics
Smart slowdown
The Smart slowdown function optimizes the travel time of the lift by reducing the
leveling path. That is, transition from the traveling speed (ie, nominal speed, medium
speed, speed2 or speed 3) to the leveling speed is optimally delayed based on the
knowledge of the physical leveling distance (ie, the distance between the leveling and
stop switches).
The function is useful in operation situations where the desired traveling speed is not
reached before the leveling command is activated (for example, in case of short floor
distance). If the leveling command is activated while the drive is still accelerating, the
achieved speed is maintained and no further acceleration is done.
The figure below illustrates the operation of the function.
Where
Safety distance = Distance traveled with the leveling speed (parameter 83.03
SAFETY MARGIN defines what percentage of parameter 83.02 LV STOP SWC DIST
is used as the safety distance.)
Signals Additional information
Actual signals
05.09 LIFT SPEED REF Displays the ramped and shaped speed reference in m/s.
83.02 LV STOP SWC DIST
Stop
switch
Leveling
switch
Speed (m/s)
Distance (m)
Smart slowdown
enabled
Smart slowdown
disabled
Safety
distance
Distance (m)
Speed (m/s)
Smart slowdown
enabled
Smart slowdown
disabled
83.02 LV STOP SWC DIST
Stop
switch
Leveling
switch
Safety
distance
106 Program features
You can enable the Smart slowdown function with estimated speed or with an
encoder using parameter 83.01 SMART SLOWDN SEL.
• When the funtion is enabled with estimated speed, it measures the distance
traveled by integrating the actual speed (m/s) in meters.
• When the function is enabled with an encoder, it uses actual signal 01.12 POS
ACT to measure the distance traveled. In this case, the actual position is scaled in
meters by means of parameter group 60 POS FEEDBACK.
Settings
Diagnostics
Mechanical brake control
The lift system is equipped with a mechanical brake that holds the lift car at standstill
when the lift drive is stopped or not powered. Typically, the drive controls the brake
open or closed via a relay output. Alternatively, the brake can also be controlled by
the lift controller.
Mechanical brake control (with or without acknowledgement) is activated with
parameter 35.01 BRAKE CONTROL. The acknowledgement (supervision) signal can
be connected to, for example, a digital input. The brake on/off value is reflected by
03.15 BRAKE COMMAND, which should be connected to a relay (or digital) output.
The brake will open upon drive start after the delay 35.03 BRAKE OPEN DELAY has
elapsed and the requested motor start torque (selected with 35.80 BRK OPEN TRQ
SEL) is available. The brake will close after motor speed decreases below 35.05
BRAKE CLOSE SPD and the delay 35.04 BRAKE CLOSE DLY has elapsed. When
the brake close command is issued, the motor torque is stored into 03.14 BRAKE
TORQ MEM.
Note: The mechanical brake must be opened manually before the ID run.
Parameters Additional information
83.01 SMART SLOWDN SEL Enables/disables the Smart slowdown function.
83.02 LV STOP SWC DIST Defines the distance between leveling and stop switches.
83.03 SAFETY MARGIN Defines what percentage of parameter 83.02 is used as the safety
distance.
Signals Additional information
Actual signals
01.12 POS ACT Actual position of the encoder.
05.10 LVLING DIST ACT Displays the actual leveling distance.
05.11 FLOOR DISTANCE Displays the distance between two floors.
Alarms
SMART SLOWDOWN CONFIG Smart slowdown function is enabled with an encoder, but encoder/
resolver feedback is not configured.
Program features 107
WARNING! Make sure that the machinery into which the drive with
brake control function is integrated fulfils the personnel safety
regulations. Note that the frequency converter (as defined in
EN81-1), is not considered as a safety device mentioned in the European Lift
Directive and related harmonised standards. If the Lift Directive is not
applicable, note that the frequency converter (a Complete Drive Module or a
Basic Drive Module, as defined in IEC 61800-2), is not considered as a
safety device mentioned in the European Machinery Directive and related
harmonised standards. Thus, the personnel safety of the complete
machinery must not be based on a specific frequency converter feature
(such as the brake control function), but it has to be implemented as defined
in the application specific regulations.
An example of a brake control circuit is shown below.
Motor
M
230 V AC
JCU Control Unit
Mechanical brake
Brake control
hardware
Emergency
brake
X2
1 RO1
2 RO1
3 RO1
X3
11 DI5
13 +24 V
The brake on/off is controlled via signal 03.15 BRAKE COMMAND. The source for
the brake supervision is selected by parameter 35.02 BRAKE ACKNOWL.
The brake control hardware and wirings need to be done by the user.
• Brake on/off control through selected relay/digital output.
• Brake supervision through selected digital input.
• Emergency brake switch in the brake control circuit.
• Brake on/off control through relay output (ie, parameter 12.12 RO1 OUT PTR is
set to P.03.15 = 03.15 BRAKE COMMAND).
• Brake supervision through selected digital input, eg, DI5 (ie, parameter 35.02
BRAKE ACKNOWL is set to P.02.01.04 = 02.01 DI STATUS bit 4)
108 Program features
The Mechanical brake control function also performs the following tasks:
• Torque proving checks
• Brake slip checks
• Brake open torque selection
• Actual load measurement
• Torque limiting while stopping.
Excluding torque limiting, the function executes these tasks in sequential order; the
previous task must be executed before the next one can start.
„ Torque proving
The Torque proving function ensures that the drive is able to produce torque before it
releases the brake and starts the lift operation. For this, the function performs an
electrical lift system check.
Before opening the brake, the function compares the calculated actual torque of the
drive with a reference torque (parameter 35.83 TORQ PROVING REF). If the torque
proving is not successful, that is, the actual torque does not exceed the reference
value during a proving delay (parameter 35.84 TRQ PROV FLT DLY), the function
prevents the brake from opening, and the drive trips on fault TORQUE PROVE.
Settings
Diagnostics
Parameters Additional information
35.82 TORQUE PROVING Enables/disables the Torque proving function.
35.83 TORQ PROVING REF Defines the torque proving reference.
35.84 TRQ PROV FLT DLY Defines the time delay for generating fault TORQUE PROVE.
Signals Additional information
Actual signals
05.02 LIFT FW bit 1
(TORQUE PROVE)
Displays whether fault TORQUE PROVE has occured or not.
Faults
TORQUE PROVE The drive was not able to provide sufficient torque during a torque proving
sequence.
Program features 109
„ Brake slip check
This function checks for any brake slips while torque proving is being performed with
the brake closed. If the actual lift speed (05.08 LIFT SPEED ACT) exceeds the
defined speed limit (parameter 35.85 SLIP SPEED LIM) during torque proving and
stays there for longer than defined with parameter 35.86 SLIP FAULT DELAY, the
drive trips on fault BRAKE SLIP.
Settings
Diagnostics
„ Brake open torque selection
The Brake open torque selection function ensures the right starting torque level after
brake opening and, thus, prevents the speed from dropping. The function is in
operation when torque proving is completed and the brake open command is
triggered.
With parameter 35.80 BRK OPEN TRQ SEL, you can select the following sources for
the brake open torque:
• 02.05 AI1 SCALED or 02.07 AI2 SCALED: brake open torque source as an AI-
scaled value. Used when a load sensor is available.
• 05.04 LOAD ACT TORQ: brake open torque source defined with a load sensor.
Used when a load sensor is available.
• 35.81 BRAKE OPEN TORQ: brake open torque source as a fixed value. Used
with counterweightless lifts.
Settings
Parameters Additional information
35.85 SLIP SPEED LIM Defines the speed limit to be checked during torque proving.
35.86 SLIP FAULT DELAY Defines the time delay for generating fault BRAKE SLIP.
Signals Additional information
Actual signals
05.02 LIFT FW bit 2
(BRAKE SLIP)
Displays whether fault BRAKE SLIP has occured or not.
Faults
BRAKE SLIP The brake slipped while a torque proving sequence was taking place.
Parameters Additional information
35.80 BRK OPEN TRQ SEL Selects the source of the brake open torque to be used.
35.81 BRAKE OPEN TORQ Defines the brake open torque value used when selected as the source
of parameter 35.80.
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„ Actual load measurement
This function measures the actual load of the system and then calculates the torque
needed when the mechanical brake is open (see also Brake open torque selection on
page 109). Actual signal 05.04 LOAD ACT TORQ displays the calculated torque in
percentages.
Actual load is measured with a load sensor. Parameter 82.08 LOAD WEIGHT SEL
selects the source of the load weight signal: 02.05 AI1 SCALED or 02.07 AI2
SCALED.
The function forms the actual torque value out of the measured actual load value by
using the graph below. During the start-up, you have to feed in values for torque and
actual load at three operating points: while operating the lift with no load, with half
load and with full load. Actual signal 01.06 TORQUE indicates the torque values and
02.05 AI1 SCALED or 02.07 AI2 SCALED the actual load values needed at each
point.
TRQ FULL
LOAD
(Par 82.16)
TRQ HALF
LOAD
(Par 82.15)
TRQ NO
LOAD
(Par 82.14)
WEIGH
NO LOAD
(Par
82.11)
WEIGH
HALF
LOAD
(Par 82.12)
WEIGH
FULL
LOAD
(Par 82.13)
0
Load weigh sel
(AI scaled)
(X3, Y3)
(X2, Y2)
(X1, Y1)
Torque
(%)
Y3
Y2
Y1
X1 X2 X3
Torque (%)
Actual load
(AI scaled)
82.16 TORQUE
FULL LOAD
82.15 TORQUE
HALF LOAD
82.14 TORQUE
NO LOAD
82.11
WEIGHT
NO
LOAD
82.12
WEIGHT
HALF
LOAD
82.13
WEIGHT
FULL
LOAD
Program features 111
Settings
Diagnostics
„ Torque limiter while stopping
This function softens the "gong" sound which may, in some cases, be generated by
the motor (typically, a permanent magnet gearless motor) after the mechanical brake
has been closed and torque removed. The sound is generated by a back slash
between the motor shaft and the mechanical brake. To reduce the sound, this
function ramps down the torque as defined by parameter 35.89 TRQ LIMITER RAMP.
Settings
Parameters Additional information
82.08 LOAD WEIGHT SEL Selects the source for the load weight signal.
82.11 WEIGHT NO LOAD Defines the value of the load weight signal at no load (02.05 AI1 SCALED
or 02.07 AI2 SCALED, as selected by parameter 82.08).
82.12 WEIGHT HALF LOAD Defines the value of the load weight signal at half load (02.05 AI1
SCALED or 02.07 AI2 SCALED, as selected by parameter 82.08).
82.13 WEIGHT FULL LOAD Defines the value of the load weight signal at full load (02.05 AI1
SCALED or 02.07 AI2 SCALED, as selected by parameter 82.08).
82.14 TORQUE NO LOAD Defines the torque used when the lift is running with no load (01.06
TORQUE).
82.15 TORQUE HALF LOAD Defines the torque used when the lift is running with half load (01.06
TORQUE).
82.16 TORQUE FULL LOAD Defines the torque used when the lift is running with full load (01.06
TORQUE).
Signals Additional information
Actual signals
05.04 LOAD ACT TORQUE Displays the torque corresponding to the actual load based on the
feedback from the load sensor.
Parameters Additional information
35.87 TORQUE LIMITER Enables/disables the Torque limiter function.
35.88 TRQ LIMITER DLY Defines the time delay for starting torque limiting after a brake close
command.
35.89 TRQ LIMITER RAMP Defines the torque limiting ramp time from nominal to zero torque.
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„ Operation time scheme
The timing diagram below illustrates the operation time scheme of mechanical brake
control.
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Program features 113
Torque compensation
Torque compensation is a method for calculating beforehand the torque needed due
to load and losses. Thus, it helps the speed controller to gain better control accuracy
and performance. Torque compensation comprises the following calculations added
to the final torque reference:
• Static friction compensation
• Dynamic friction compensation
• Inertia compensation during acceleration and deceleration.
„ Static and dynamic friction
This function calculates compensation torques to overcome the the static and
dynamic frictions caused by the gear box, mechanical shaft couplings and motor
bearings.
Static friction compensation
Static friction is fixed over all the operating ranges. Parameter 82.01 STATIC FRIC
TRQ defines the static friction value in percentage of the motor nominal torque. To
obtain this value, you need to run the lift near to a zero speed during the start-up and
monitor actual signal 01.06 TORQUE.
T
s
Start torque at brake release (the source selected with parameter 35.80 BRK OPEN
TRQ SEL)
T
mem
Stored torque value at brake close (actual signal 03.14 BRAKE TORQ MEM)
t
md
Motor magnetising delay (parameter 11.02 DC MAGN TIME)
t
od
Brake open delay (parameter 35.03 BRAKE OPEN DELAY)
n
cs
Brake close speed (parameter 35.05 BRAKE CLOSE SPD)
t
cd
Brake close delay (parameter 35.04 BRAKE CLOSE DLY)
t
trqpv
Torque proving time delay (parameter 35.84 TRQ PROV FLT DLY)*
T
pv
Torque proving reference (parameter 35.83 TORQ PROVING REF)
R
bs
Brake slip check region**
t
tld
Torque limiter delay (parameter 35.88 TRQ LIMITER DLY)
t
tlr
Torque limiter ramp (parameter 35.89 TRQ LIMITER RAMP)
* If torque is not proved within the torque proving time delay, the drive trips on fault
TORQUE PROVE.
** If torque proving is in progress and 05.08 LIFT SPEED ACT is greater than 35.85
SLIP SPEED LIM for a longer period than defined with 35.86 SLIP FAULT DLY, the
drive trips on fault BRAKE SLIP.
114 Program features
The function then calculates the final static friction compensation torque (actual signal
05.06 STATIC FRIC TORQ) based on the static friction and the direction of motor
rotation.
Dynamic friction compensation
The function calculates the dynamic friction by using the graph below. During the
start-up, you have to feed in values for speed and torque at three operating points:
low speed, medium speed and high speed. You can freely select the exact speed
values at each point, while actual signal 01.06 TORQUE is used for obtaining the
torque values.
The function then calculates the final dynamic friction compensation torque (05.07
DYN FRIC TORQ) based on the interpolated value of the torque/speed points and the
direction of motor rotation.
Settings
Parameters Additional information
82.01 STATIC FRIC TRQ Defines the static friction of the system in percentage of the motor
nominal torque.
82.02 DYN FRIC SPEED1 Defines the value for speed point 1 for calculating the dynamic friction.
FRICTION TRQ 3
(Par 82.07)
FRICTION TRQ 2
(Par 82.06)
FRICTION TRQ 1
(Par 82.05)
FRICTION
SPEED1
(Par 82.02)
FRICTION
SPEED 2
(Par 82.03)
FRICTION
SPEED 3
(Par 82.04)
0
Speed
(m/s)
(X3, Y3)
(X2, Y2)
(X1, Y1)
Friction Torque
(%)
Y3
Y2
Y1
X1 X2 X3
Speed (m/s)
Friction torque (%)
82.07 DYN FRIC
TORQ3
82.02
DYN FRIC
SPEED1
82.03
DYN FRIC
SPEED2
82.04
DYN FRIC
SPEED3
82.06 DYN FRIC
TORQ2
82.05 DYN FRIC
TORQ1
Program features 115
Diagnostics
„ Inertia compensation
This function eliminates speed overshoot or undershoot by compensating for inertia
effects. The function calculates the inertia compensation torque (05.05 ACC COMP
TORQ) required during acceleration and deceleration based on the moment of inertia
(parameter 82.10 MOMENT OF INERT) set by the user.
You can obtain a value for the moment of inertia in two ways during the lift start-up:
• by calculating an estimate based on basic knowledge of lift system mechanics
(total mass, sheave diameter and gear ratio)
• by calculating a more accurate value based on a test run.
The former option gives an estimate of the lift load’s moment of inertia, while the latter
option results in a more accurate moment of inertia of the whole lift system.
You can enable the Inertia compensation function with parameter 82.09 INERTIA
COMP EN.
Settings
Diagnostics
82.03 DYN FRIC SPEED2 Defines the value for speed point 2.
82.04 DYN FRIC SPEED3 Defines the value for speed point 3.
82.05 DYN FRIC TORQ1 Defines the value for friction torque 1 for calculating the dynamic friction.
82.06 DYN FRIC TORQ2 Defines the value for friction torque 2.
82.07 DYN FRIC TORQ3 Defines the value for friction torque 3.
Signals Additional information
Actual signals
01.06 TORQUE Displays the motor torque in percent of the motor nominal torque.
05.06 STATIC FRIC TORQ Displays the static friction compensation torque calculated by the Static
friction compensation function.
05.07 DYN FRIC TORQ Displays the dynamic friction compensation torque calculated by the
Dynamic friction compensation function.
Parameters Additional information
82.09 INERTIA COMP EN Enables/disables the Inertia compensation function.
82.10 MOMENT OF INERT Defines the lift system’s or lift load’s moment of inertia calculated during
start-up.
Signals Additional information
Actual signals
05.05 ACC COMP TORQ Displays the inertia compensation torque calculated by the Inertia
compensation function.
Parameters Additional information
116 Program features
Slowdown and Final limit switches
The figure below illustrates the operation of the Slowdown and Final limit switches
functions.
„ Slowdown
The Slowdown function limits the speed reference while the lift car is operating in the
slowdown area. The slowdown area is typically the extreme top and extreme bottom
of the lift operating area. The two modes of this function are described below.
Single-bit slowdown mode
You can select the single-bit slowdown mode by setting parameter 10.80
SLOWDOWN SEL to SINGLE BIT. The mode is enabled when the slowdown
command is activated by parameter 10.81 SLOWDOWN IN1.
While the slowdown command is active, the speed reference is limited to the value of
parameter 10.85 SLOWDOWN SPEED in the direction of the movement. However,
the drive can be operated with full speed in the opposite direction.
If the slowdown command is active while the drive is stopped, the speed reference is
limited in both directions to ensure safe operation. The same restriction applies if the
slowdown command is active while the drive is being powered up.
Lift
car
Em stop
Em stop
10.80 SLOWDOWN SEL
10.80 SLOWDOWN SEL
10.86 UPPER F LIM SWC
10.87 LOWER F LIM SWC
Upper/lower end area
Speed reference =
Drive speed reference
Speed reference =
Drive speed reference limited
to 10.85 SLOWDOWN SPEED
Slowdown area
10.86 UPPER F LIM SWC
10.80 SLOWDOWN SEL
10.80 SLOWDOWN SEL
10.87 LOWER F LIM SWC
Em stop
Em stop
Lift
car
Upper/lower end area
Slowdown area
Speed reference =
Drive speed reference
Speed reference =
Drive speed reference limited to
10.85 SLOWDOWN SPEED
Program features 117
Multiple-bit slowdown mode
You can select the multiple-bit mode by setting parameter 10.80 SLOWDOWN SEL to
MULTIPLE BIT. With this mode, the speed reference is limited in the upward and
downward directions separately. Parameter 10.81 SLOWDOWN IN1 activates the
slowdown command in the upward direction, while parameter 10.82 SLOWDOWN
IN2 activates it in the downward direction. When the command is active in either
direction, the speed reference is limited to the value of parameter
10.85 SLOWDOWN SPEED.
Settings
Diagnostics
Parameters Additional information
10.80 SLOWDOWN SEL Selects the mode of the Slowdown function.
10.81 SLOWDOWN IN1 Selects the source of the upward and downward slowdown command in
the single-bit slowdown mode and the upward slowdown command in the
multiple-bit slowdown mode.
10.82 SLOWDOWN IN2 Selects the source of the downward slowdown command in the multiple-
bit slowdown mode.
10.85 SLOWDOWN SPEED Defines the speed reference to be used when the slowdown command is
active.
Signals Additional information
Actual signals
05.01 LIFT SW bit 0
(SLOWDOWN ACTIVE)
Displays whether the drive is operating in the slowdown area or not.
05.01 LIFT SW bit 1
(SLOWDOWN UP)
Displays the status of the slowdown command in the upward direction.
05.01 LIFT SW bit 2
(SLOWDOWN DN)
Displays the status of the slowdown command in the downward direction.
Alarms
SLOWDOWN UP Slowdown command is active in the upward direction based on the
selection in parameter 10.80 SLOWDOWN SEL.
SLOWDOWN DN Slowdown command is active in the downward direction based on the
selection in parameter 10.80 SLOWDOWN SEL.
118 Program features
„ Final limit switches
This function activates an emergency stop signal (OFF3) if either of the final limit
switches gets activated while the lift car is operating on terminal floors, before coming
into contact with the buffers. Two switches, 10.86 UPPER F LIM SWC and 10.87
LOWER F LIM SWC, can be configured to be used in upward and downward
directions.
The switches are independent of each other, and they are functional only when the
motor is running in the respective direction. Both switches are used with active low
logic: the upper final limit switch command is active when the source of parameter
10.86 UPPER F LIM SWC = 0, and inactive when its source = 1. The same applies to
the lower final limit switch to ensure fail-safe logic.
If the upper final limit switch command gets activated while the drive is running in the
upward direction, the function activates the emergency stop signal (OFF3). The drive
then decelerates as defined with parameter 25.11 EM STOP TIME. The upper final
limit switch command should be inactive for the drive to release a new start sequence
in the upward direction. However, the drive can be run in the downward direction
even if the upper final limit switch command is active. Upon the activation of the
command, the drive generates alarm UPPER FINAL LIM SWC.
Similarly, if the lower final limit switch command gets activated while the drive is
running in the downward direction, the function activates the emergency stop signal
(OFF3). The drive then decelerates as defined with parameter 25.11 EM STOP TIME.
The lower final limit switch command should be inactive for the drive to release a new
start sequence in the downward direction. However, the drive can be run in the
upward direction even if the lower final limit switch command is active. Upon the
activation of the command, the drive generates alarm LOWER FINAL LIM SWC.
The function also blocks the speed reference limit only to a positive reference while
the lower final limit switch command is active and only to a negative reference while
the upper final limit switch command is active.
Settings
Parameters Additional information
10.86 UPPER F LIM SWC Selects the source for the upper final limit switch command.
10.87 LOWER F LIM SWC Selects the source for the lower final limit switch command.
Program features 119
Diagnostics
Protection functions
The following functions are used for checking and ensuring the proper operation of lift
control in different operating conditions: Speed match, Inverter overload, Motor stall
and Leveling overtime stop.
Other protection functions cover Thermal motor protection, DC voltage control and
Programmable protection functions.
„ Speed match
The Speed match function checks that the motor actual speed (speed estimate or
measured with an encoder, see parameter 22.01 SPEED FB SEL) follows the speed
reference within the desired window during acceleration, deceleration and when
running in a steady state (at set-point speed). The function also ensures that the
brake does not slip while the drive is in a stopped state with the brake closed.
You can enable the Speed match function with parameter 81.03 SPEED MATCH.
There are two parameters for defining the speed match deviation: 81.04 SPD STD
DEV LVL is used for checking the deviation in a steady state, whereas 81.05 SPD
RMP DEV LVL is used for checking the deviation during acceleration and
deceleration.
While the drive is running, it trips on fault SPEED MATCH if the following conditions
are met.
• The motor is running in a steady state and the difference of the motor actual
speed and the ramped speed reference is greater than the value of parameter
81.04 SPD STD DEV LVL for a period longer than defined with parameter 81.06
SPEED MATCH DLY.
Example: If parameter 81.04 SPD STD DEV LVL is set to 0.5 m/s, the drive will
not trip on fault SPEED MATCH as long the difference of the motor actual speed
and the speed reference does not exceed 0.5 m/s (that is, it does not go outside
the enclosed area in the figure below) for a period longer than defined with
parameter 81.06 SPEED MATCH DLY (0.5 s).
Signals Additional information
Actual signals
05.01 LIFT SW bit 3
(UPPER F LIM SWC)
Displays the status of the upper final limit switch command.
05.01 LIFT SW bit 4
(LOWER F LIM SWC)
Displays the status of the lower final limit switch command.
Alarms
UPPER FINAL LIM SWC Upper final limit switch command is active.
LOWER FINAL LIM SWC Lower final limit switch command is active.
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• The motor is accelerating/decelerating and the difference of the motor actual
speed and the ramped speed reference is greater than the value of parameter
81.05 SPD RMP DEV LVL for a period longer than defined with parameter 81.06
SPEED MATCH DLY.
Example: If parameter 81.05 SPD RMP DEV LVL is set to 0.6 m/s, the drive will
not trip on fault SPEED MATCH during acceleration/deceleration as long as the
difference of the motor actual speed and the ramped speed reference does not
exceed 0.6 m/s (that is, it does not go outside the enclosed area in the figure
below) for a period longer than defined with parameter 81.06 SPEED MATCH
DLY (0.5 s).
When the mechanical brake is closed and the drive stopped, that is, brake control is
active, the drive generates alarm BRAKE SLIP if the difference of the motor actual
speed and the speed reference is greater than the value of parameter 81.04 SPD
STD DEV LVL for a period longer than defined with parameter 81.06 SPEED MATCH
DLY.
The figure below illustrates the operation of the Speed match function.
Motor actual speed (01.01 Speed act)
81.06 Speed match dly (0.5 s) 81.06 Speed match dly (0.5 s)
81.04 Spd std dev lvl (±0.5 m/s)
Ramped speed reference (03.04 Speedref ramped)
81.05 Spd rmp dev lvl (±0.6 m/s)
81.04 Spd std dev lvl (±0.5 m/s)
Time
Speed (m/s)
Time
81.05 SPD RMP DEV LVL (±0.6 m/s)
81.04 SPD STD DEV LVL (±0.5 m/s)
81.06 SPEED MATCH DLY
(0.5 s)
81.06 SPEED MATCH DLY
(0.5 s)
Motor actual speed (01.01 SPEED ACT)
Ramped speed reference (03.04 SPEEDREF RAMPED)
Speed (m/s)
81.04 SPD STD DEV LVL
(±0.5 m/s)
Program features 121
Settings
Diagnostics
„ Inverter overload
The Inverter overload function checks that the inverter is capable of providing
sufficient current and torque and that the drive is operating within the inverter current
and torque limits.
To ensure that the inverter current and torque limits are not exceeded, the function
monitors the corresponding status bits. The function is in operation while the motor is
in the generating mode and generating more than 10% of the motor nominal power
and running at an actual speed greater than 5% of the motor nominal speed. If the
inverter current or torque limits are exceeded in this condition and the period defined
with parameter 81.02 INV OVERLOAD DLY has elapsed, the drive trips on fault INV
OVERLOAD, and the brake is applied for safety reasons.
The function monitors the following inverter current and torque limit status bits:
Signal 06.07 TORQ LIM STATUS:
• Bit 2 MINIMUM TORQUE
• Bit 3 MAXIMUM TORQUE
• Bit 4 INTERNAL CURRENT
• Bit 5 LOAD ANGLE
• Bit 6 MOTOR PULLOUT
Parameters Additional information
81.03 SPEED MATCH Enables/disables the Speed match function.
81.04 SPD STD DEV LVL Defines the speed matching steady state deviation.
81.05 SPD RMP DEV LVL Defines the speed matching ramp state deviation.
81.06 SPEED MATCH DLY Defines the time delay for generating fault SPEED MATCH.
Signals Additional information
Actual signals
05.01 LIFT SW bit 11
(BRAKE SLIP)
Displays whether alarm BRAKE SLIP has occurred or not.
05.02 LIFT FW bit 0
(SPEED MATCH)
Displays whether fault SPEED MATCH has occurred or not.
Alarms
BRAKE SLIP The brake is slipping while the motor is not running.
Faults
SPEED MATCH The speed error is higher than defined with parameter 81.04 SPD STD
DEV LVL in the steady state or defined with parameter 81.05 SPD RMP
DEV LVL in the ramp state, and the time delay defined with parameter
81.06 SPEED MATCH DLY has elapsed.
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To activate the status bit monitoring, you need to select the above-mentioned bits with
the corresponding bits of parameter 81.01 INV OVERLOAD SEL. These bits are:
• Bit 0 MINIMUM TORQUE
• Bit 1 MAXIMUM TORQUE
• Bit 2 INTERNAL CURRENT
• Bit 3 LOAD ANGLE
• Bit 4 MOTOR PULLOUT
Settings
Diagnostics
„ Motor stall
The Motor stall function protects the motor in stall situations where torque level is
about to rise too high at lower speeds, ie, it monitors that the motor torque (01.06
TORQUE) stays within user-defined torque limits.
You can define the torque limits with parameters 81.07 STALL TORQ MAX and 81.08
STALL TORQ MIN. If the motor torque exceeds these limits while the motor is running
at a speed lower than defined with parameter 81.09 STALL SPEED LIM, the drive
trips on fault MOTOR STALL after the period defined with parameter 81.10 STALL
FAULT DLY.
The function is enabled when 81.09 STALL SPEED LIM is > 0.
Settings
Parameters Additional information
81.01 INV OVERLOAD SEL Defines the inverter limit bits to be monitored by the Inverter overload
function.
81.02 INV OVERLOAD DLY Defines the time delay for generating fault INV OVERLOAD.
Actual signals Additional information
05.02 LIFT FW bit 3
(INV OVERLOAD)
Displays whether fault INV OVERLOAD has occurred or not.
Faults
INV OVERLOAD The drive has exceeded the inverter current or torque limits while the
motor is in the generating mode and generating more than 10% of the
motor nominal power and running at an actual speed greater than 5% of
the motor nominal speed, and the time delay defined with parameter
81.02 INV OVERLOAD DLY has elapsed.
Parameters Additional information
81.07 STALL TORQ MAX Defines the maximum torque limit for generating fault MOTOR STALL..
81.08 STALL TORQ MIN Defines the minimum torque limit for generating fault MOTOR STALL.
81.09 STALL SPEED LIM Defines the speed limit for the Motor stall function.
81.10 STALL FAULT DLY Defines the time delay for generating fault MOTOR STALL.
Program features 123
Diagnostics
„ Leveling overtime stop
This function generates an emergency stop signal (OFF3) if the time the lift travels at
the leveling speed exceeds the time defined with parameter 81.11 LVL MAX TIME.
With this function, possible damage to the lift system can be avoided in situations
where the stop command is not received on time after the leveling command due to
an electrical or mechanical problem.
The function is enabled when 81.11 LVL MAX TIME is > 0.
Settings
Diagnostics
„ Thermal motor protection
With the parameters in group 45 MOT THERM PROT, you can set up motor
overtemperature protection and configure motor temperature measurement (if
present). The parameters also cover the estimated and measured motor
temperature.
The motor can be protected against overheating by
• the thermal motor protection model
• measuring the motor temperature with PTC or KTY84 sensors. This will result in a
more accurate motor model.
Signals Additional information
05.02 LIFT FW bit 4
(MOTOR STALL)
Displays whether fault MOTOR STALL has occurred or not.
Faults
MOTOR STALL Motor actual speed is lower than defined with parameter 81.09 STALL
SPEED LIM, the drive has exceeded the torque limits defined with
parameters 81.07 STALL TORQ MAX and 81.08 STALL TORQ MIN, and
the time delay defined with 81.10 STALL FAULT DLY has elapsed.
Parameters Additional information
81.11 LVL MAX TIME Defines the maximum time the drive can run at the leveling speed.
Alarms Additional information
LVL TIME OVER Leveling overtime stop function has been activated during the last run.
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Thermal motor protection model
The drive calculates the temperature of the motor on the basis of the following
assumptions:
1. When power is applied to the drive for the first time, the motor is at ambient
temperature (defined by parameter 45.05 AMBIENT TEMP). After this, when
power is applied to the drive, the motor is assumed to be at the estimated
temperature (value of 01.18 MOTOR TEMP EST, saved at power switch-off).
2. Motor temperature is calculated using the user-adjustable motor thermal time and
motor load curve. The load curve should be adjusted in case the ambient
temperature exceeds 30 °C.
It is possible to adjust the motor temperature supervision limits and select how the
drive reacts when overtemperature is detected.
Note: The motor thermal model can be used when only one motor is connected to
the inverter.
Temperature sensors
It is possible to detect motor overtemperature by connecting a motor temperature
sensor to thermistor input TH of the drive or to optional encoder interface module
FEN-xx.
Constant current is fed through the sensor. The resistance of the sensor increases as
the motor temperature rises over the sensor reference temperature Tref, as does the
voltage over the resistor. The temperature measurement function reads the voltage
and converts it into ohms.
The figure below shows typical PTC sensor resistance values as a function of the
motor operating temperature.
100
550
1330
4000
Ohm
T
Temperature PTC resistance
Normal 0…1.5 kohm
Excessive > 4 kohm
Program features 125
The figure below shows typical KTY84 sensor resistance values as a function of the
motor operating temperature.
It is possible to adjust the motor temperature supervision limits and select how the
drive reacts when overtemperature is detected.
WARNING! As the thermistor input on the JCU Control Unit is not
insulated according to IEC 60664, the connection of the motor
temperature sensor requires double or reinforced insulation
between motor live parts and the sensor. If the assembly does not fulfil the
requirement,
-the I/O board terminals must be protected against contact and must not be
connected to other equipment
or
-the temperature sensor must be isolated from the I/O terminals.
1000
2000
3000
Ohm
T (°C)
KTY84 scaling
90 °C = 936 ohm
110 °C = 1063 ohm
130 °C = 1197 ohm
150 °C = 1340 ohm
-100
0
0 100 200 300
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The figure below shows a motor temperature measurement when thermistor input TH
is used.
For encoder interface module FEN-xx connection, see the User’s manual of the
appropriate encoder interface module.
Settings
Diagnostics
„ DC voltage control
Undervoltage control
If the incoming supply voltage is cut off, the drive will continue to operate by utilising
the kinetic energy of the rotating motor. The drive will be fully operational as long as
the motor rotates and generates energy to the drive. The drive can continue the
operation after the break if the main contactor remains closed.
Parameters Additional information
45 MOT THERM PROT Settings for thermal protection of the motor.
Actual signals Additional information
01.18 MOTOR TEMP EST Estimated motor temperature in Celsius.
Motor
T
JCU Control Unit
TH
AGND
10 nF
One PTC or KTY84 sensor
Motor
T
JCU Control Unit
TH
AGND
T T
Three PTC sensors
10 nF
Program features 127
Note: Units equipped with main contactor option must be equipped with a hold circuit
(for example, UPS) which keeps the contactor control circuit closed during a short
supply break.
Voltage control and trip limits
The control and trip limits of the intermediate DC voltage regulator are relative either
to a supply voltage value provided by the user or to an automatically determined
supply voltage. The actual voltage used is shown by parameter 01.19 USED SUPPLY
VOLT. The nominal DC voltage (U
DC
) equals this value 1.35 times.
130
260
390
520
1.6 4.8 8 11.2 14.4
U
DC
f
out
T
M
U
mains
20
40
60
80
40
80
120
160
T
M
(Nm)
f
out
(Hz)
U
DC
(VDC)
t(s)
U
DC
= intermediate circuit voltage of the drive, f
out
= output frequency of the drive,
T
M
= motor torque
Loss of supply voltage at nominal load (f
out
= 40 Hz). The intermediate circuit DC voltage
drops to the minimum limit. The controller keeps the voltage steady as long as the mains is
switched off. The drive runs the motor in generator mode. The motor speed falls but the drive
is operational as long as the motor has enough kinetic energy.
128 Program features
Automatic identification of the supply voltage is performed every time the drive is
powered. Automatic identification can be disabled by parameter 47.03
SUPPLVOLTAUTO-ID; the user can define the voltage manually at parameter 47.04
SUPPLY VOLTAGE.
The intermediate DC circuit is charged over an internal resistor which is bypassed
when the correct level (80% of U
DC
) is reached and voltage is stabilised.
Brake chopper
The built-in brake chopper of the drive can be used to handle the energy generated
by a decelerating motor.
When the brake chopper control is enabled and a resistor connected, the chopper will
start conducting when the DC link voltage of the drive reaches 780 V. The maximum
braking power is achieved at 840 V.
For the parameters related to the brake chopper and brake resistor, see parameter
group 48 BRAKE CHOPPER. For more information on the brake resistor connection,
see the appropriate Hardware manual.
Settings
Parameters Additional information
47.02 UNDERVOLT CTRL Enables the undervoltage control of the intermediate DC link.
47.03 SUPPLVOLTAUTO-ID Enables the auto-identification of the supply voltage.
47.04 SUPPLY VOLTAGE Defines the nominal supply voltage. Used if auto-identification of the
supply voltage is not enabled with parameter 47.03.
48 BRAKE CHOPPER Configuration of the internal brake chopper.
01.07 DC-VOLTAGE
Undervoltage control level (0.7 × U
DC
)
Undervoltage trip level (350 V)
50 V min
U
DC
(1.35 × 01.19 USED SUPPLY VOLT)
Overvoltage trip level (880 V)
Program features 129
Diagnostics
„ Programmable protection functions
The programmable protection functions are implemented with the following
parameters.
• 46.01 EXTERNAL FAULT: Selects a source for an external fault signal. When the
signal is lost, a fault is generated.
• 46.03 LOCAL CTRL LOSS: Selects how the drive reacts to a control panel or PC
tool or communication break.
• 46.04 MOT PHASE LOSS: Selects how the drive reacts whenever a motor phase
loss is detected.
• 46.05 EARTH FAULT: Selects how the drive reacts when an earth fault or current
unbalance is detected in the motor or the motor cable. The earth fault detection is
based on sum current measurement. Note that
- an earth fault in the supply cable does not activate the protection
- in a grounded supply, the protection activates in 200 milliseconds
- in an ungrounded supply, the supply capacitance should be 1 microfarad or
more
- the capacitive currents caused by shielded motor cables up to 300 metres will
not activate the protection
- the protection is deactivated when the drive is stopped.
• 46.06 SUPPL PHS LOSS: Selects how the drive reacts whenever a supply phase
loss is detected.
• 46.07 STO DIAGNOSTIC: The drive monitors the status of the Safe torque off
input. For more information on the Safe torque off function, see Safe torque off
function for ACSM1, ACS850 and ACQ810 drives application guide
(3AFE68929814 [English]).
• 46.08 CROSS CONNECTION: The drive can detect if the supply and motor
cables have accidentally been switched (for example, if the supply is connected to
the motor connection of the drive). The parameter selects whether a fault is
generated or not.
Actual signals Additional information
01.07 DC-VOLTAGE Measured intermediate circuit voltage in V.
01.19 USED SUPPLY VOLT Either the nominal supply voltage defined with parameter 47.04 SUPPLY
VOLTAGE or the automatically determined supply voltage if auto-
identification is enabled with parameter 47.03 SUPPLVOLTAUTO-ID.
05.02 LIFT FW bit 11
UNDERVOLTAGE
Displays the status of the intermediate circuit DC voltage.
130 Program features
Inputs and outputs
When the drive is in external control, the following analog and digital inputs/outputs
can be used to control the drive.
„ Analog inputs
The drive has two programmable analogue inputs, AI1 and AI2. Both inputs can be
used either as a voltage input or current input (-11…11 V or -22…22 mA). Both inputs
can be filtered and scaled. The input type is selected with jumpers J1 and J2 on the
JCU Control Unit, respectively. The inaccuracy of the analogue inputs is 1% of the full
scale range and the resolution is 11 bits (+ sign). The hardware filter time constant is
approximately 0.25 ms.
Settings
Diagnostics
„ Analog outputs
The drive has two programmable analogue outputs: one current output AO1 (0…20
mA) and one voltage output AO2 (-10…10 V). Both outputs can be filtered and
scaled. The resolution of the analogue outputs is 11 bits (+ sign) and the inaccuracy is
2% of the full scale range. The analogue output signals can be proportional to, eg,
motor speed, process speed (scaled motor speed), output frequency, output current,
motor torque, and motor power. It is also possible to write a value to an analogue
output through a serial communication link (eg, a fieldbus link).
Settings
Diagnostics
Parameters Additional information
13 ANALOGUE INPUTS Settings for the analogue inputs.
Actual signals Additional information
02.04 AI1 Analogue input AI1 value in V or mA.
02.05 AI1 SCALED Scaled value of analogue input AI1.
02.06 AI2 Analogue input AI2 value in V or mA.
02.07 AI2 SCALED Scaled value of analogue input AI2.
Parameters Additional information
15 ANALOGUE OUTPUTS Settings for the analogue outputs.
Actual signals Additional information
02.08 AO1 Analogue output AO1 value in mA.
02.09 AO2 Analogue output AO2 value in V.
Program features 131
„ Digital inputs and outputs
The drive has six digital inputs (DI1, DI2, DI3, DI4 , DI5 and DI6) and three digital
inputs/outputs (DIO1, DIO2 and DIO3). One of the digital inputs/outputs can be used
as a frequency input, one as a frequency output. The six digital inputs can be
inverted.
The number of digital inputs/outputs can be increased by using an FIO-01 I/O
extension (activated with parameter 12.80 EXT IO SEL). In addition, if installed to the
drive, the encoder module FEN-xx provides two additional digital inputs.
For more information on the I/O extension, see FIO-01 digital I/O extension user’s
manual (3AFE68784921 [English]). For the default digital inputs/outputs, see chapter
Default connections.
Settings
Diagnostics
„ Relay outputs
The drive has one relay output. Two additional relay outputs can be added by using
an FIO-01 I/O extension (enabled with parameter 12.80 EXT IO SEL). For more
information on the I/O extension, see FIO-01 digital I/O extension user’s manual
(3AFE68784921 [English]).
Parameters Additional information
12.80 EXT IO SEL Activates an I/O extension installed into Slot 2.
12.81 EXT IO DIO1 CONF Selects whether extension DIO1 is used as a digital input or as a digital
output.
12.82 EXT IO DIO2 CONF Selects whether extension DIO2 is used as a digital input or as a digital
output.
12.83 EXT IO DIO3 CONF Selects whether extension DIO3 is used as a digital input or as a digital
output.
12.84 EXT IO DIO4 CONF Selects whether extension DIO4 is used as a digital input or as a digital
output.
12.85 EXT DIO1 OUT PTR Selects a drive signal to be connected to extended digital output EXT
DIO1.
12.86 EXT DIO2 OUT PTR Selects a drive signal to be connected to extended digital output EXT
DIO2.
12.87 EXT DIO3 OUT PTR Selects a drive signal to be connected to extended digital output EXT
DIO3.
12.88 EXT DIO4 OUT PTR Selects a drive signal to be connected to extended digital output EXT
DIO4.
Actual signals Additional information
02.01 DI STATUS Status word of the digital inputs.
02.03 DIO STATUS Status word of the digital inputs/outputs.
02.16 FEN DI STATUS Status of digital inputs of FEN-xx encoder interfaces in drive option Slots
1 and 2.
02.80 EXT DIO STATUS Status of the extended digital inputs/outputs.
132 Program features
Settings
Diagnostics
Autophasing
Autophasing is an automatic measurement routine to determine the angular position
of the magnetic flux of a permanent magnet synchronous motor. The motor control
requires the absolute position of the rotor flux in order to control motor torque
accurately.
Sensors like absolute encoders and resolvers indicate the rotor position at all times
after the offset between the zero angle of rotor and that of the sensor has been
established. On the other hand, a standard pulse encoder determines the rotor
position when it rotates but the initial position is not known. However, a pulse encoder
can be used as an absolute encoder if it is equipped with Hall sensors, albeit with
coarse initial position accuracy. The Hall sensors generate so-called commutation
pulses that change their state six times during one revolution, so it is only known
within which 60° sector of a complete revolution the initial position is.
Parameters Additional information
12.12 RO1 OUT PTR Selects a drive signal to be connected to relay output RO1.
12.80 EXT IO SEL Activates an I/O extension installed into Slot 2.
12.89 EXT RO1 OUT PTR Selects a drive signal to be connected to extended relay output EXT
RO1.
12.90 EXT RO2 OUT PTR Selects a drive signal to be connected to extended relay output EXT
RO2.
Actual signals Additional information
02.02 RO STATUS Status of the relay output.
02.81 EXT RO STATUS Status of the extended relay outputs.
ș
N
S
Rotor
Absolute encoder/resolver
Program features 133
Autophasing is performed with permanent magnet synchronous motors in the
following cases:
1. One-time measurement of the rotor and encoder position difference when an
absolute encoder or resolver (one pole pair) is used
2. At every power-up when an incremental encoder is used
3. With open-loop motor control, repetitive measurement of the rotor position at
every start.
Several autophasing modes are available (see parameter 11.07 AUTOPHASING
MODE).
The turning mode is recommended especially with case 1, as it is the most robust
and accurate method. In the turning mode, the motor shaft is turned back and forward
(±360/polepairs)° in order to determine the rotor position. In case 2 (open-loop
control), the shaft is turned only in one direction and the angle is smaller.
The standstill modes can be used if the motor cannot be turned (for example, when
the load is connected). As the characteristics of motors and loads differ, testing must
be done to find out the most suitable standstill mode.
The drive is also capable of determining the rotor position when started to a running
motor in open-loop or closed-loop modes. In this situation, the setting of 11.07
AUTOPHASING MODE has no effect.
Settings
Drive-to-drive link
The drive-to-drive link is a daisy-chained RS-485 transmission line that allows basic
master/follower communication with one master drive and multiple followers.
The wiring of the drive-to-drive link is presented in the Hardware manual of the drive.
For information on the use of the drive-to-drive link, contact your local ABB
representative.
Settings
Parameters Additional information
11.07 AUTOPHASING MODE Selects the way autophasing is performed during the ID run.
Parameters Additional information
57 D2D COMMUNICATION Drive-to-drive communication settings.
134 Program features
Emergency stop
Note: The user is responsible for installing the emergency stop devices and all the
additional devices needed for the emergency stop to fulfil the required emergency
stop category classes.
Two emergency stops are available:
• Emergency stop OFF1: The emergency stop signal is connected to the digital
input which is selected as the source for the emergency stop activation
(parameter 10.11 EM STOP OFF1). The drive is stopped within the active
deceleration time.
• Emergency stop OFF3: The emergency stop signal is activated by the Final limit
switches function (see page 118) and the Leveling overtime stop function (see
page 123). The drive is stopped within the time defined with parameter 25.11 EM
STOP TIME.
Note: When an emergency stop signal is detected, the emergency stop cannot be
cancelled, even though the signal is cancelled.
For more information, see Functional safety solutions with ACSM1 drives application
guide (3AUA0000031517 [English]).
Settings
Diagnostics
Parameters Additional information
10.11 EM STOP OFF1 Selects the source for the emergency stop OFF1.
25.11 EM STOP TIME Defines the time within which the drive is stopped if an emergency stop
OFF3 is activated.
Actual signals Additional information
06.01 STATUS WORD 1 bit 5
(EM STOP (OFF3)
Displays whether emergency stop OFF3 is active or not.
06.02 STATUS WORD 2 bit 6
(OFF1)
Displays whether emergency stop OFF1 is active or not.
Program features 135
Motor encoder gear
The drive provides the Motor encoder gear function for compensating of mechanical
gears between the motor shaft, the encoder and the load.
Motor encoder gear application example:
The motor encoder gear parameters 22.03 MOTOR GEAR MUL and 22.04 MOTOR
GEAR DIV are set as follows:
Note: If the motor gear ratio differs from 1, the motor model uses an estimated speed
instead of the speed feedback value.
Settings
Parameters Additional information
22.03 MOTOR GEAR MUL Defines the motor gear numerator for the Motor encoder gear function.
22.04 MOTOR GEAR DIV Defines the motor gear denominator for the Motor encoder gear function.
M
3~
Speed control uses the motor
speed. If no encoder is mounted
on the motor shaft, the Motor
encoder gear function must be
applied in order to calculate the
actual motor speed on the basis
of the measured load speed.
ENCODER LOAD GEAR MOTOR
=
22.03 MOTOR GEAR MUL
22.04 MOTOR GEAR DIV Encoder 1/2 speed
Actual speed
136 Program features
Load encoder gear
Positioning uses the measured speed and position of the load. The Load encoder
gear function calculates the actual load position on the basis of the measured motor
shaft position.
Load encoder gear application examples:
M
3~
Positioning uses the measured speed
and position of the load. If no encoder
is mounted on the load side, the Load
encoder gear function must be
applied in order to calculate the actual
load position on the basis of the
measured motor shaft position.
A second encoder (encoder 2)
mounted on the load side is used as
the source for the actual position
value. (Note: Inverted gear ratio is
considered when the position control
output (speed reference) is
produced).
M
3~
ENCODER 1 LOAD GEAR MOTOR
ENCODER 2 LOAD GEAR MOTOR ENCODER 2
Program features 137
The load encoder gear parameters 60.03 LOAD GEAR MUL and 60.04 LOAD GEAR
DIV are set as follows:
Note: The sign of the programmed gear ratio has to match the sign of the mechanical
gear ratio.
Settings
Encoder support
„ Encoder module selection
Encoder module selection covers the settings for encoder activation, emulation, TTL
echo, and encoder cable fault detection.
The firmware supports two encoders, encoder 1 and 2 (but only one FEN-21 resolver
interface module). Revolution counting is only supported for encoder 1. The following
optional interface modules are available:
• TTL Encoder interface Module FEN-01: two TTL inputs, TTL output (for encoder
emulation and echo), two digital inputs for position latching, PTC temperature
sensor connection
• Absolute Encoder interface Module FEN-11: absolute encoder input, TTL input,
TTL output (for encoder emulation and echo), two digital inputs for position
latching, PTC/KTY temperature sensor connection
• Resolver interface Module FEN-21: resolver input, TTL input, TTL output (for
encoder emulation echo), two digital inputs for position latching, PTC/KTY
temperature sensor connection
• HTL Encoder interface Module FEN-31: HTL encoder input, TTL output (for
encoder emulation and echo), two digital inputs for position latching, PTC/KTY
temperature sensor connection
The interface module is connected to drive option Slot 1 or 2. Note: Two encoder
interface modules of the same type are not allowed.
Note: Configuration data is written into the logic registers of the interface module
once after the power-up. If parameter values are changed, save values into the
permanent memory using parameter 16.07 PARAM SAVE. The new settings will take
effect when the drive is powered up again, or after re-configuration is forced using
parameter 90.10 ENC PAR REFRESH.
Parameters Additional information
60.03 LOAD GEAR MUL Defines the numerator for the Load encoder gear function.
60.04 LOAD GEAR DIV Defines the denominator for the Load encoder gear function.
=
Encoder 1/2 speed
60.03 LOAD GEAR MUL Load speed
60.04 LOAD GEAR DIV
138 Program features
For encoder/resolver configuration, see parameter groups 91 ABSOL ENC CONF
(page 220), 92 RESOLVER CONF (page 226) and 93 PULSE ENC CONF (page
226).
Settings
„ Absolute encoder configuration
Absolute encoder configuration is used when parameter 90.01 ENCODER 1 SEL /
90.02 ENCODER 2 SEL is set to FEN-11 ABS.
The optional FEN-11 Absolute Encoder interface Module supports the following
absolute encoders:
• Incremental sin/cos encoders with or without zero pulse and with or without sin/
cos commutation signals
• Endat 2.1/2.2 with incremental sin/cos signals (partially without sin/cos
incremental signals*)
• Hiperface encoders with incremental sin/cos signals
• SSI (Synchronous Serial Interface) with incremental sin/cos signals (partially
without sin/cos incremental signals*).
• Tamagawa 17/33-bit digital encoders (the resolution of position data within one
revolution is 17 bits; multiturn data includes a 16-bit revolution count).
* EnDat and SSI encoders without incremental sin/cos signals are partially supported
only as encoder 1: Speed is not available and the time instant of the position data
(delay) depends on the encoder.
See also parameter group 90 ENC MODULE SEL on page 220, and FEN-11 absolute
encoder interface user’s manual (3AFE68784841 [English]).
Note: Configuration data is written into the logic registers of the interface module
once after the power-up. If parameter values are changed, save values into the
permanent memory using parameter 16.07 PARAM SAVE. The new settings will take
effect when the drive is powered up again, or after re-configuration is forced using
parameter 90.10 ENC PAR REFRESH.
Settings
Parameters Additional information
90 ENC MODULE SEL Settings for encoder activation, emulation, TTL echo, and communication
fault detection.
Parameters Additional information
91 ABSOL ENC CONF Absolute encoder configuration.
Program features 139
„ Resolver configuration
Resolver configuration is used when parameter 90.01 ENCODER 1 SEL / 90.02
ENCODER 2 SEL is set to FEN-21 RES.
The optional FEN-21 resolver interface module is compatible with resolvers which are
excited by sinusoidal voltage (to the rotor winding) and which generate sine and
cosine signals proportional to the rotor angle (to stator windings).
Note: Configuration data is written into the logic registers of the adapter once after
the power-up. If parameter values are changed, save values into the permanent
memory by parameter 16.07 PARAM SAVE. The new settings will take effect when
the drive is powered up again, or after re-configuration is forced by parameter 90.10
ENC PAR REFRESH.
Resolver autotuning is performed automatically whenever the resolver input is
activated after changes to parameters 92.02 EXC SIGNAL AMPL or 92.03 EXC
SIGNAL FREQ. Autotuning must be forced after any changes in the resolver cable
connection. This can be done by setting either 92.02 EXC SIGNAL AMPL or 92.03
EXC SIGNAL FREQ to its already existing value, and then setting parameter 90.10
ENC PAR REFRESH to Configure.
If the resolver (or absolute encoder) is used for feedback from a permanent magnet
motor, an AUTOPHASING ID run should be performed after replacement or any
parameter changes. See parameter 99.13 IDRUN MODE and section Autophasing
on page 132.
See also parameter group 90 ENC MODULE SEL on page 220, and FEN-21 resolver
interface user’s manual (3AFE68784859 [English]).
Settings
„ Pulse encoder configuration
Pulse encoder configuration is used for TTL/HTL input and TTL output configuration.
Parameters 93.01 ENC1 PULSE NR…93.06 ENC1 OSC LIM are used when a TTL/
HTL encoder is used as encoder 1 (see parameter 90.01 ENCODER 1 SEL).
Parameters 93.11 ENC2 PULSE NR…93.16 ENC2 OSC LIM are used when a TTL/
HTL encoder is used as encoder 2 (see parameter 90.02 ENCODER 2 SEL).
Typically, only parameter 93.01/93.11 needs to be set for TTL/HTL encoders.
Note: Configuration data is written into the logic registers of the adapter once after
the power-up. If parameter values are changed, save values into the permanent
memory by parameter 16.07 PARAM SAVE. The new settings will take effect when
the drive is powered up again, or after re-configuration is forced by parameter 90.10
ENC PAR REFRESH.
Parameters Additional information
92 RESOLVER CONF Resolver configuration.
140 Program features
See also parameter group 90 ENC MODULE SEL on page 220, and the appropriate
encoder extension module manual.
Settings
Rescue operation
Rescue operation is used in emergency evacuation situations where the lift car has to
be run to the next floor because of a power supply failure. In such a situation, the
drive is supplied by an external emergency power supply and is, thereby, switched to
the low voltage mode. The lift controller takes care of switching between the mains
supply and the low voltage supply.
Due to derated power supply, the lift car traveling speed needs to be reduced during a
rescue operation. For this, the drive uses the evacuation mode (evacuation speed).
Two evacuation options, automatic and manual evacuation, are available.
• In automatic evacuation, the drive searches the lighter load direction (up or down)
and then automatically runs the lift car to that direction.
• In manual evacuation, the lift controller decides and issues the direction of travel.
The operation sequence during a rescue operation is as follows:
1. Power failure occurs and the drive trips.
2. Lift controller detects a power failure.
3. Lift controller cancels the normal operation commands.
4. Lift controller disconnects the mains supply to the drive.
5. Lift controller connects the low voltage supply to the drive.
6. Lift controller activates the low voltage and evacuation modes (precondition: the
drive is ready to run).
7. Lift controller issues a start up or start down command.
8. Drive finds the lighter load travel direction (if automatic evacuation is selected).
9. Drive starts to operate at the evacuation speed.
10. Drive stops when the floor limit switch is activated (or when the start command is
removed).
Switching back to normal mains supply is carried out as follows:
1. Drive is at a stopped state.
2. Lift controller deactivates the evacuation mode.
3. Lift controller disconnects the low voltage supply to the drive.
4. Lift controller reconnects the mains supply to the drive.
Parameters Additional information
93 PULSE ENC CONF TTL/HTL input and TTL output configuration.
Program features 141
„ Evacuation mode
During a rescue operation, the drive uses the evacuation mode (evacuation speed).
You can enable the evacuation mode with parameter 10.89 EVACUATION MODE.
Before enabling the evacuation mode, make sure that the lift car is stopped. With
parameter 10.90 EVACUATION AUTO, you can select whether the evacuation of the
lift car is manual or fully automatic.
• In manual evacuation, the drive first waits for the lift controller to give the start up
or start down signal. The evacuation travel is then conducted in the corresponding
direction.
• In automatic evacuation:
1. Drive waits for the lift controller to give the start up or start down signal.
2. Drive activates a start command in the upward direction for 2 seconds and checks
the actual torque.
3. Drive is stopped for 2 seconds.
4. Drive activates the start command in the downward direction.
5. Drive monitores and stores the downward operation torque.
6. Drive compares the torque in both directions and automatically issues a start
command in the direction of the lighter load.
When the lift operates in the evacuation mode, the drive uses parameter 80.14
EVACUATION SPEED as the speed reference and parameters 25.87 EVAC MODE
ACC and 25.88 EVAC MODE DEC for acceleration and deceleration, respectively.
Jerks are disabled in the evacuation mode. When evacuation travel starts, the torque
value stored when the mechanical brake close command was activated is used
automatically as the brake open torque to provide a comfortable start.
142 Program features
The simplified timing diagram below illustrates the operation of automatic evacuation
when load in the upward direction is less than in the downward direction.
Settings
Parameters Additional information
10.89 EVACUATION MODE Selects the source for enabling/disabling the evacuation mode.
10.90 EVACUATION AUTO Selects the source for enabling manual or automatic evacuation.
10.91 FLOOR LIM SWITCH Defines the source from which the Lift control program reads the floor
limit switch signal.
25.87 EVAC MODE ACC Defines the acceleration used in the evacuation mode.
25.88 EVAC MODE DEC Defines the deceleration used in the evacuation mode.
80.14 EVACUATION SPEED Defines the speed reference used in the evacuation mode.
Time
Evacuation speed
10.89
EVACUATION
MODE
10.91 FLOOR LIM
SWITCH *
)
Run act fwd
Run act rev
03.04 SPEEDREF
RAMPED
Jerks disabled
01.06 TORQUE
Torque in forward direction
is less (lighter load)
Start up or down
command
reverse direction
*
)
floor limit switch signal is optional
forward direction
Time
Jerks disabled Evacuation speed
Load in upward direction less
than in downward direction
03.04 SPEEDREF
RAMPED
01.06 TORQUE
Start up/down command
Run act upwards
10.89 EVACUATION MODE
10.91 FLOOR LIM
SWITCH *)
Run act downwards
*) Floor limit switch signal is optional
Reverse direction
Forward direction
Program features 143
Diagnostics
„ Low voltage mode
When an external emergency power supply is connected to the drive instead of the
normal mains supply, the drive is switched to the low voltage mode based on the
evacuation mode signal from the lift controller.
Note: Before the drive can be connected to the external emergency power supply, it
must be at a stopped state and the normal mains supply must be disconnected.
The low voltage mode supports supply voltages in the ranges of
• 48…115 V DC
• 208…240 V AC (3-phase)
• 230 V AC (1-phase).
You can enable the low voltage mode with parameter 47.05 LOW VOLT MOD ENA.
Typically, the evacuation mode signal (eg, a hardwired digital input) is connected to
this parameter.
The low voltage mode also introduces parameters 47.06 LOW VOLT DC MIN and
47.07 LOW VOLT DC MAX for adjustment of minimum and maximum DC voltages,
respectively. The following rules apply:
• 47.06 LOW VOLT DC MIN = 250 to 450 V
• 47.06 LOW VOLT DC MAX = 350 to 810 V
• 47.06 LOW VOLT DC MAX > 47.06 LOW VOLT DC MIN + 50 V.
The value of parameter 47.08 EXT PU SUPPLY or its source should be set to
1 (TRUE) when a low-voltage DC supply - such as a battery - is used. With an AC
supply, the value should be set to 0 (FALSE).
Parameters 47.06…47.08 are effective only when the low voltage mode is active, that
is, the value of parameter 47.05 LOW VOLT MOD ENA (or its source) is 1.
Signals Additional information
Actual signals
05.01 LIFT SW bit 12
(EVAC SPD ACT)
Displays whether the evacuation speed is the current speed reference
used by the lift.
05.12 EVACUATION DIR Displays the direction of the lighter load measured during automatic
evacuation.
144 Program features
In the low voltage mode, the default voltage control and trip levels as well as the
brake chopper operation levels (see sections Voltage control and trip limits on page
127 and Brake chopper on page 128) are changed as follows:
Different system configurations are detailed in ACSM1 system engineering manual
(3AFE68978297 [English]).
Settings
Diagnostics
Level Value of parameter 47.08 EXT PU SUPPLY
FALSE TRUE
Supply voltage range 200…240 V AC ±10%
270…324 V DC ±10%
*48…270 V DC ±10%
Overvoltage trip level Unaffected Unaffected
Overvoltage control level 47.07 LOW VOLT DC MAX 47.07 LOW VOLT DC MAX
Undervoltage control level 47.06 LOW VOLT DC MIN Disabled
Undervoltage trip level 47.06 LOW VOLT DC MIN - 50 V Disabled
Brake chopper activation
level
47.07 LOW VOLT DC MAX - 30 V 47.07 LOW VOLT DC MAX - 30 V
Brake chopper maximum
power level
47.07 LOW VOLT DC MAX + 30 V 47.07 LOW VOLT DC MAX + 30 V
*Requires additional DC power supply JPO-01
Parameters Additional information
47.05 LOW VOLT MOD ENA Selects a signal source that enables/disables the low voltage mode.
47.06 LOW VOLT DC MIN Minimum DC voltage for the low voltage mode.
47.07 LOW VOLT DC MAX Maximum DC voltage for the low voltage mode.
47.08 EXT PU SUPPLY Selects a signal source that enables/disables external power unit supply,
used with low DC supply voltages such as a battery.
Signals Additional information
Alarms
LOW VOLT MOD CON Low voltage mode has been activated but the parameter settings are
outside allowable limits.
Parameters 145
Parameters
What this chapter contains
The chapter describes the parameters, including actual signals, of the Lift control
program.
Terms and abbreviations
Term Definition
Actual signal Type of parameter that is the result of a measurement or calculation by
the drive. Actual signals can be monitored, but not adjusted, by the user.
Parameter groups 01…09 contain actual signals.
Value parameter A value parameter has a fixed set of choices or a setting range.
Example 1: Motor phase loss supervision is activated by selecting Fault
from the selection list of parameter 46.06 MOT PHASE LOSS.
Example 2: The motor nominal power (kW) is set by writing/selecting the
appropriate value for parameter 99.10 MOT NOM POWER, eg, 10.
Bit pointer A parameter that points to the value of a bit in another parameter (usually
an actual signal), or that can be fixed to 0 (FALSE) or 1 (TRUE). In
addition, bit pointer parameters may have other pre-selected choices.
When adjusting a bit pointer setting on the optional control panel,
“CONST” is selected in order to fix the value to 0 (displayed as
“C.FALSE”) or 1 (“C.TRUE”). “POINTER” is selected to define a source
from another parameter. The source parameter and bit is freely
selectable.
A pointer value is given in the format P.xx.yy.zz, where xx = parameter
group, yy = parameter index, zz = bit number. Pointing to a nonexisting
bit will be interpreted as 0 (FALSE).
Example: Digital input DI5 status, 02.01 DI STATUS bit 4, is used for
brake supervision by setting parameter 35.02 BRAKE ACKNOWL to
value P.02.01.04.
FbEq Fieldbus equivalent. The scaling between the value shown on the panel
and the integer used in serial communication.
p.u. Per unit
146 Parameters
Setting parameters
Parameters can be set via the drive control panel (keypad), DriveStudio or the
fieldbus interface. All parameter settings are stored automatically to the permanent
memory of the drive. However, it is highly recommended to force a save by using
parameter 16.07 PARAM SAVE before powering down the drive immediately after
any parameter changes. Values are restored after the power switch-off. If necessary,
the default values can be restored by parameter 16.04 PARAM RESTORE.
Value pointer A parameter that points to the value of another actual signal or
parameter. Value pointer parameters may have a set of pre-selected
choices.
A pointer value is given in the format P.xx.yy, where xx = parameter
group, yy = parameter index.
Example: Motor current signal, 01.05 CURRENT PERC, is connected to
analogue output AO1 by setting parameter 15.01 AO1 PTR to value
P.01.05.
Term Definition
Parameters 147
Parameter groups 01…09
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
01
01 ACTUAL VALUES Basic signals for monitoring the drive.
01.01 SPEED ACT Filtered actual speed in rpm. Used speed feedback is defined
by parameter 22.01 SPEED FB SEL. Filter time constant can
be adjusted by parameter 22.02 SPEED ACT FTIME.
100 = 1 rpm
01.02 SPEED ACT PERC Actual speed in percent of the motor synchronous speed. 100 = 1%
01.03 FREQUENCY Estimated drive output frequency in Hz. 100 = 1 Hz
01.04 CURRENT Measured motor current in A. 100 = 1 A
01.05 CURRENT PERC Motor current in percent of the nominal motor current. 10 = 1%
01.06 TORQUE Motor torque in percent of the motor nominal torque. 10 = 1%
01.07 DC-VOLTAGE Measured intermediate circuit voltage in V. 100 = 1 V
01.08 ENCODER 1
SPEED
Encoder 1 speed in rpm. 100 = 1 rpm
01.09 ENCODER 1 POS Actual position of encoder 1 within one revolution. 100000000
= 1 rev
01.10 ENCODER 2
SPEED
Encoder 2 speed in rpm. 100 = 1 rpm
01.11 ENCODER 2 POS Actual position of encoder 2 within one revolution. 100000000
= 1 rev
01.12 POS ACT Actual position of the encoder. The unit depends on
parameter 60.05 POS UNIT selection.
1000 = 1 m
01.13 POS 2ND ENC Actual position of the encoder 2. The unit depends on
parameter 60.05 POS UNIT selection.
1000 = 1 m
01.14 SPEED
ESTIMATED
Estimated motor speed in rpm. 100 = 1 rpm
01.15 TEMP INVERTER Measured temperature of the heatsink in % of the maximum
allowed temperature.
10 = 1 %
01.16 TEMP BC Brake chopper IGBT temperature in % of the maximum
allowed temperature.
10 = 1 %
01.17 MOTOR TEMP Measured motor temperature in Celsius when a KTY sensor
is used. (With a PTC sensor, the value is always 0.)
10 = 1 °C
01.18 MOTOR TEMP
EST
Estimated motor temperature in Celsius. 1 = 1 °C
01.19 USED SUPPLY
VOLT
Either the user-given supply voltage (parameter 47.04
SUPPLY VOLTAGE), or, if auto-identification is enabled by
parameter 47.03 SUPPLVOLTAUTO-ID, the automatically
determined supply voltage.
10 = 1 V
01.20 BRAKE RES LOAD Estimated temperature of the brake resistor. The value is
given in percent of the temperature the resistor reaches when
loaded with the power defined by parameter 48.04 BR
POWER MAX CNT.
1 = 1%
01.21 CPU USAGE Microprocessor load in percent. 1 = 1%
01.22 INVERTER
POWER
Drive output power in kilowatts. 100 = 1 kW
01.26 ON TIME
COUNTER
This counter runs when the drive is powered. The counter can
be reset using the DriveStudio tool.
100 = 1 h
148 Parameters
01.27 RUN TIME
COUNTER
Motor run time counter. The counter runs when the drive
modulates. The counter can be reset using the DriveStudio
tool.
100 = 1 h
01.28 FAN ON-TIME Running time of the drive cooling fan. Can be reset by
entering 0.
100 = 1 h
02
02 I/O VALUES Input and output signals of the drive.
02.01 DI STATUS Status word of the digital inputs. Example: 000001 = DI1 is
on, DI2 to DI6 are off.
1 = 1
02.02 RO STATUS Status of the relay output. 1 = RO is energized. 1 = 1
02.03 DIO STATUS Status word of digital inputs/outputs DIO1…3. Example: 001
= DIO1 is on, DIO2 and DIO3 are off.
1 = 1
02.04 AI1 Analogue input AI1 value in V or mA. The type is selected
with jumper J1 on the JCU Control Unit.
1000 = 1 V /
mA
02.05 AI1 SCALED Scaled value of analogue input AI1. See parameters 13.04
AI1 MAX SCALE and 13.05 AI1 MIN SCALE.
1000 = 1
02.06 AI2 Analogue input AI2 value in V or mA. The type is selected
with jumper J2 on the JCU Control Unit.
1000 = 1 V /
mA
02.07 AI2 SCALED Scaled value of analogue input AI2. See parameters 13.09
AI2 MAX SCALE and 13.10 AI2 MIN SCALE.
1000 = 1
02.08 AO1 Analogue output AO1 value in mA. 1000 = 1 mA
02.09 AO2 Analogue output AO2 value in V. 1000 = 1 V
02.10 DIO2 FREQ IN Frequency input value in Hz when DIO2 is used as frequency
input (12.02 DIO2 CONF is set to Freq input).
1000 = 1 Hz
02.11 DIO3 FREQ OUT Frequency output value in Hz when DIO3 is used as
frequency output (12.03 DIO3 CONF is set to Freq output).
1000 = 1 Hz
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Parameters 149
02.12 FBA MAIN CW Control Word for fieldbus communication.
Log. = Logical combination (ie, Bit AND/OR Selection
parameter). Par. = Selection parameter.
1 = 1
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Bit Name Value Information Log. Par.
0 STOP* 1 Stop according to the stop mode selected by 11.03
STOP MODE or according to the requested stop
mode (bits 2…6). Note: Simultaneous stop and start
commands result in a stop command.
OR
10.02,
10.03
0 No action.
1 START 1 Start. Note: Simultaneous stop and start commands
result in a stop command.
OR
10.02,
10.03
0 No action.
2 STPMODE
EM OFF*
1 Emergency OFF2 (bit 0 must be 1): Drive is stopped
by cutting off the motor power supply (the inverter
IGBTs are blocked). The motor coasts to stop. The
drive will restart only with the next rising edge of the
start signal when the Run enable signal is on.
AND –
0 No action.
3 STPMODE
EM STOP*
1 Emergency stop OFF3 (bit 0 must be 1). Stop within
the time defined by 25.11 EM STOP TIME.
AND –
0 No action.
4 STPMODE
OFF1*
1 Emergency stop OFF1 (bit 0 must be 1). Stop along
the currently active deceleration ramp.
AND 10.11
0 No action.
5 STPMODE
RAMP*
1 Stop along the currently active deceleration ramp.
– 11.03
0 No action.
6 STPMODE
COAST*
1 Coast to stop.
– 11.03
0 No action.
7 RUN
ENABLE
1 Activate Run enable.
AND –
0 Activate Run disable.
8 RESET 0 -> 1 Fault reset if an active fault exists.
OR –
other No action.
9 JOGGING
1**
1 Activate jogging function 1.
OR –
0 Jogging function 1 disabled.
10 JOGGING
2**
1 Activate jogging function 2.
OR –
0 Jogging function 2 disabled.
11 REMOTE
CMD
1 Fieldbus control enabled.
– –
0 Fieldbus control disabled.
12 RAMP OUT
0
1 Force output of Ramp Function Generator to zero.
The drive ramps to a stop (current and DC voltage
limits are in force).
– –
0 No action.
(continued)
* If all stop mode bits 2…6 are 0, stop mode is selected by 11.03 STOP MODE. Coast stop (bit 6)
overrides the emergency stop (bits 2/3/4). Emergency stop overrides the normal ramp stop (bit 5).
** Internally used for evacuation and inspection mode operation.
150 Parameters
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Bit Name Value Information Log. Par.
(continued)
13 RAMP
HOLD
1 Halt ramping (Ramp Function Generator output held).
– –
0 No action.
14 RAMP IN 0 1 Force Ramp Function Generator input to zero.
– –
0 No action.
15 EXT1 /
EXT2
1 Not used.
OR –
0 Switch to external control location EXT1.
16 REQ
STARTINH
1 Activate start inhibit.
– –
0 No start inhibit.
17 LOCAL
CTL
1 Request local control for Control Word. Used when
the drive is controlled via PC tool or panel or through
local fieldbus.
• Local fieldbus: Transfer to fieldbus local control
(control via fieldbus Control Word or reference).
Fieldbus steals the control.
• Panel or PC tool: Transfer to local control.
– –
0 Request external control.
18 FBLOCAL
REF
1 Request fieldbus local control.
– –
0 No fieldbus local control.
19 ABS POSIT 1 Not used.
0 Not used.
20 POS
START
MODE
1 Not used.
0 Not used.
21 POSITION-
ING ENA
1 Not used.
0 Not used.
22
PO REF
LIM ENA
1 Not used.
0 Not used.
23 Not used
24 CHG SET
IMMED
1 Not used.
0 Not used.
25 POS
START
1 Not used.
0 Not used.
26 START
HOMING
1 Not used.
0 Not used
27 Not used
28 CW B28
Freely programmable control bits. - -
29 CW B29
30 CW B30
31 CW B31
Parameters 151
02.13 FBA MAIN SW Status Word for fieldbus communication. 1 = 1
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Bit Name Value Information
0 READY 1 Drive is ready to receive start command.
0 Drive is not ready.
1 ENABLED 1 External run enable signal is received.
0 No external run enable signal is received.
2 RUNNING 1 Drive is modulating.
0 Drive is not modulating.
3 REF
RUNNING
1 Normal operation is enabled. Drive is running and following given
reference.
0 Normal operation is disabled. Drive is not following given reference
(for example, modulating during magnetization).
4 EM OFF
(OFF2)
1 Emergency OFF2 is active.
0 Emergency OFF2 is inactive.
5 EM STOP
(OFF3)
1 Emergency stop OFF3 (ramp stop) is active.
0 Emergency stop OFF3 is inactive.
6 ACK
STARTINH
1 Start inhibit is active.
0 Start inhibit is inactive.
7 ALARM 1 An alarm is active. See chapter Fault tracing.
0 No alarm is active.
8 AT
SETPOINT
1 Drive is at setpoint. Actual value equals reference value (ie, the
difference between the actual speed and the speed reference is within
the speed window defined by 26.07 SPEED WINDOW.
0 Drive has not reached setpoint.
9 LIMIT 1 Operation is limited by torque limit (any torque limit).
0 Operation is within torque limits.
10 ABOVE
LIMIT
1 Actual speed exceeds the defined limit, 22.07 ABOVE SPEED LIM.
0 Actual speed is within the defined limits.
11 EXT2 ACT 1 Not used.
0 Not used.
12 LOCAL FB 1 Fieldbus local control is active.
0 Fieldbus local control is inactive.
13 ZERO
SPEED
1 Drive speed is below limit set by par. 22.05 ZERO SPEED LIMIT.
0 Drive has not reached zero speed limit.
(continued)
152 Parameters
02.14 FBA MAIN REF1 Scaled fieldbus reference 1. See parameter 50.04 FBA REF1
MODESEL.
1 = 1
02.15 FBA MAIN REF2 Scaled fieldbus reference 2. See parameter 50.05 FBA REF2
MODESEL.
1 = 1
02.16 FEN DI STATUS Status of digital inputs of FEN-xx encoder interfaces in drive
option Slots 1 and 2. Examples:
000001 (01h) = DI1 of FEN-xx in Slot 1 is ON, all others are
OFF.
000010 (02h) = DI2 of FEN-xx in Slot 1 is ON, all others are
OFF.
010000 (10h) = DI1 of FEN-xx in Slot 2 is ON, all others are
OFF.
100000 (20h) = DI2 of FEN-xx in Slot 2 is ON, all others are
OFF.
1 = 1
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Bit Name Value Information
(continued)
14 REV ACT 1 Drive is running in reverse direction.
0 Drive is running in forward direction.
15 Not used
16 FAULT 1 Fault is active. See chapter Fault tracing.
0 No fault is active.
17 LOCAL
PANEL
1 Local control is active, ie, drive is controlled from PC tool or control
panel.
0 Local control is inactive.
18 FOLLOWING
ERROR
1 Not used.
0 Not used.
19 TGT
REACHED
1 Not used.
0 Not used.
20 HOMING
DONE
1 Not used.
0 Not used.
21 TRAV TASK
ACK
1 Not used.
0 Not used.
22 MOVING 1 Not used.
0 Not used.
23 IP MODE
ACTIVE
1 Not used.
0 Not used.
24 REG LEVEL 1 Not used.
0 Not used.
25 POSITIVE
LIMIT
1 Not used.
0 Not used.
26 NEGATIVE
LIMIT
1 Not used.
0 Not used.
27 REQUEST
CTL
1 Control word is requested from fieldbus.
0 Control word is not requested from fieldbus.
28 SW B28
Programmable status bits (unless fixed by the used profile). See
parameters 50.08…50.11 and the user manual of the fieldbus
adapter.
29 SW B29
30 SW B30
31 SW B31
Parameters 153
02.17 D2D MAIN CW Drive-to-drive control word received through the drive-to-drive
link. See also actual signal 02.18 below.
1 = 1
02.18 D2D FOLLOWER
CW
Drive-to-drive control word sent to the followers by default. 1 = 1
02.19 D2D REF1 Drive-to-drive reference 1 received through the drive-to-drive
link.
1 = 1
02.20 D2D REF2 Drive-to-drive reference 2 received through the drive-to-drive
link.
1 = 1
02.80 EXT DIO STATUS Status of the extended digital inputs/outputs EXT
DIO1…DIO4. Example: 0000001001 = DIO1 and DIO4 are
on, DIO2 and DIO3 are off.
Note: If an FIO-01 extension is installed, the status of its
digital input/output is indicated by this signal.
1 = 1
02.81 EXT RO STATUS Status of the extended relay outputs. 1 = EXT RO is
energized. Example: 010 = EXT RO2 is energized.
Note: If an FIO-01 extension is installed, the status of its relay
outputs is indicated by this signal.
1 = 1
03
03 CONTROL VALUES Speed control, torque control, and other values.
03.02 SPEED REF2 Speed reference 2 in rpm. 100 = 1 rpm
03.03 SPEEDREF RAMP
IN
Used speed reference ramp input in rpm. 100 = 1 rpm
03.04 SPEEDREF
RAMPED
Ramped and shaped speed reference in rpm. 100 = 1 rpm
03.05 SPEEDREF USED Used speed reference in rpm (reference before the speed
error calculation).
100 = 1 rpm
03.06 SPEED ERROR
FILT
Filtered speed error value in rpm. 100 = 1 rpm
03.07 ACC COMP TORQ Output of the acceleration compensation (torque in %). 10 = 1 %
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Bit Information
0 Stop.
1 Start.
2…6 Reserved.
7 Run enable. By default, not connected in a follower drive.
8 Reset. By default, not connected in a follower drive.
9…14 Freely assignable through bit pointer parameters.
15 EXT1/EXT2 selection. 0 = EXT1 active, 1 = Not used. By default, not connected in a
follower drive.
Bit Information
0 Stop.
1 Start.
2...6 Reserved.
7 Run enable.
8 Reset.
9...14 Reserved.
15 EXT1/EXT2 selection. 0 = EXT1 active, 1 = Not used.
154 Parameters
03.08 TORQ REF SP
CTRL
Limited speed controller output torque in %. 10 = 1%
03.13 TORQ REF TO TC Torque reference in % for the torque control. When 99.05
MOTOR CTRL MODE is set to Scalar, this value is forced to
0.
10 = 1%
03.14 BRAKE TORQ
MEM
Torque value (in %) stored when the mechanical brake close
command is issued.
10 = 1%
03.15 BRAKE
COMMAND
Brake on/off command. 0 = Close. 1 = Open. For brake on/off
control, connect this signal to a relay output (or a digital
output). See section Mechanical brake control on page 106.
1 = 1
03.16 FLUX REF USED Used flux reference in percent. 1 = 1%
03.17 TORQUE REF
USED
Used/limited torque reference in percent. 10 = 1%
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Parameters 155
05
05 LIFT CTRL
SIGNALS
Signals for monitoring the lift control functions.
05.01 LIFT SW Lift control status word. 1 = 1
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Bit Name Value Information
0 SLOWDOWN
ACTIVE
1 Slowdown command is active either in the upward or downward
direction based on parameter 10.80 SLOWDOWN SEL.
0 Slowdown command is inactive both in the upward and
downward direction based on parameter 10.80 SLOWDOWN
SEL.
1 SLOWDOWN
UP
1 Slowdown command is inactive in the upward direction based on
parameter 10.80 SLOWDOWN SEL.
0 Slowdown command is active in the upward direction based on
parameter 10.80 SLOWDOWN SEL.
2 SLOWDOWN
DN
1 Slowdown command is inactive in the downward direction based
on parameter 10.80 SLOWDOWN SEL.
0 Slowdown command is active in the downward direction based on
parameter 10.80 SLOWDOWN SEL.
3 UPPER F LIM
SWC
1 Upper final limit switch command (parameter 10.86 UPPER F LIM
SWC) is inactive.
0 Upper final limit switch command (parameter 10.86 UPPER F LIM
SWC) is active.
4 LOWER F LIM
SWC
1 Lower final limit switch command (parameter 10.87 LOWER F
LIM SWC) is inactive.
0 Lower final limit switch command (parameter 10.87 LOWER F
LIM SWC) is active.
5 SPEED1 ACT 1 Speed1 (parameter 80.08) is the current speed reference used by
the lift.
0 Speed1 (parameter 80.08) is not the current speed reference
used by the lift.
6 LEVELING
ACT
1 Leveling speed (parameter 80.09) is the current speed reference
used by the lift.
0 Leveling speed (parameter 80.09) is not the current speed
reference used by the lift.
7 RELEVELING
ACT
1 Releveling speed (parameter 80.11) is the current speed
reference used by the lift.
0 Releveling speed (parameter 80.11) is not the current speed
reference used by the lift.
8 MEDIUM SPD
ACT
1 Medium speed (parameter 80.12) is the current speed reference
used by the lift.
0 Medium speed (parameter 80.12) is not the current speed
reference used by the lift.
9 NOMINAL
SPD ACT
1 Nominal speed (parameter 80.01) is the current speed reference
used by the lift.
0 Nominal speed (parameter 80.01) is not the current speed
reference used by the lift.
(continued)
156 Parameters
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Bit Name Value Information
(continued)
10 INSPECT
SPD ACT
1 Inspection speed (parameter 80.13) is the current speed
reference used by the lift.
0 Inspection speed (parameter 80.13) is not the current speed
reference used by the lift.
11 BRAKE SLIP
ALARM
1 Brake is slipping while the motor is not running.
0 Brake is not slipping (No BRAKE SLIP alarm active).
12 EVAC SPD
ACT
1 Evacuation speed (parameter 80.14) is the current speed
reference used by the lift.
0 Evacuation speed (parameter 80.14) is not the current speed
reference used by the lift.
13 SPEED2
ACT
1 Speed2 (parameter 80.15) is the current speed reference used by
the lift.
0 Speed 2 (parameter 80.15) is not the current speed reference
used by the lift.
14 SPEED3
ACT
1 Speed3 (parameter 80.16) is the current speed reference used by
the lift.
0 Speed3 (parameter 80.16) is not the current speed reference
used by the lift.
15 RDY CLS
SPLYCONT
1 Ready to close the supply contactor. Safe torque off function is
inactive.
0 Not ready to close the supply contactor. Safe torque off function is
active.
Parameters 157
05.02 LIFT FW Lift fault status word with fault bits. 1 = 1
05.03 LIFT SPEED SEL Displays the lift speed used based on the Speed reference
selection function. This is the final speed reference used by
the lift system in m/s.
100 = 1 m/s
05.04 LOAD ACT TORQ Displays the torque corresponding to the actual load based
on the feedback from the load sensor. Calculated by the
Actual load measurement function.
100 = 1%
05.05 ACC COMP TORQ Displays the inertia compensation torque calculated by the
Inertia compensation function. This value is used by the lift
system torque loop for torque compensation based on system
inertia.
100 = 1%
05.06 STATIC FRIQ
TORQ
Displays the static friction compensation torque calculated by
the Static friction compensation function.
100 = 1%
05.07 DYN FRIC TORQ Displays the dynamic friction compensation torque calculated
by the Dynamic friction compensation function.
100 = 1%
05.08 LIFT SPEED ACT Displays the actual lift speed in m/s. 100 = 1 m/s
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Bit Name Value Information
0 SPEED MATCH 1 The speed error is higher than defined with parameter 81.04
SPD STD DEV LVL in the steady state or defined with
parameter 81.05 SPD RMP DEV LVL in the ramp state, and
the time delay defined with parameter 81.06 SPEED MATCH
DLY has elapsed.
0 The speed error is within the defined limits (no SPEED
MATCH fault active).
1 TORQUE PROVE 1 The drive was not able to provide sufficient torque during a
torque proving sequence.
0 Torque proving successfully accomplished or torque proving
disabled (no TORQUE PROVE fault active).
2 BRAKE SLIP 1 The brake slipped while a torque proving sequence was
taking place.
0 No brake slip detected during torque proving (no BRAKE
SLIP fault active).
3 INV OVERLOAD 1 The drive has hit the inverter overload limit bits and the
period of time defined with parameter 81.02 INV OVERLOAD
DLY has elapsed.
0 No INV OVERLOAD fault active.
4 MOTOR STALL 1 The drive has hit the maximum or minimum stall torque limits,
the actual speed is lower than the value of parameter 81.09
STALL SPEED LIM, and the time period defined with
parameter 81.10 STALL FAULT DLY has elapsed.
0 No MOTOR STALL fault active.
5…8 Not used
9 OVERCURRENT 1 Output current has exceeded the internal limit.
0 Output current is within the internal limit.
10 OVERVOLTAGE 1 Excessive intermediate circuit DC voltage.
0 Intermediate circuit DC voltage is sufficient.
11 UNDERVOLTAGE 1 Intermediate circuit DC voltage is not sufficient.
0 Intermediate circuit DC voltage is sufficient.
12 EXTERNAL
FAULT
1 Fault in the external device.
0 No fault in the external device.
13…15 Not used
158 Parameters
05.09 LIFT SPEED REF Displays the ramped and shaped speed reference in m/s. 100 = 1 m/s
05.10 LVLING DIST ACT Displays the distance travelled by the lift during leveling. 100 = 1 m
05.11 FLOOR DISTANCE Displays the distance between two floors. 100 = 1 m
05.12 EVACUATION DIR Displays the direction of the lighter load measured during
automatic evacuation. 0 = Down. 1= Up.
1 = 1
06
06 DRIVE STATUS Drive status words.
06.01 STATUS WORD 1 Status word 1. 1 = 1
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Bit Name Value Information
0 READY 1 Drive is ready to receive start command.
0 Drive is not ready.
1 ENABLED 1 External run enable signal is received.
0 No external run enable signal is received.
2 STARTED 1 Drive has received start command.
0 Drive has not received start command.
3 RUNNING 1 Drive is modulating.
0 Drive is not modulating.
4 EM OFF
(OFF2)
1 Emergency OFF2 is active.
0 Emergency OFF2 is inactive.
5 EM STOP
(OFF3)
1 Emergency stop OFF3 (ramp stop) is active.
0 Emergency stop OFF3 is inactive.
6 ACK
STARTINH
1 Start inhibit is active.
0 Start inhibit is inactive.
7 ALARM 1 An alarm is active. See chapter Fault tracing
0 No alarm.
8 EXT2 ACT 1 Not used.
0 External control EXT1 is active.
9 LOCAL FB 1 Fieldbus local control is active.
0 Fieldbus local control is inactive.
10 FAULT 1 A fault is active. See chapter Fault tracing.
0 No fault.
11 LOCAL
PANEL
1 Local control is active, ie, drive is controlled from PC tool or control
panel.
0 Local control is inactive.
12 NOT
FAULTED
1 No fault.
0 A fault is active. See chapter Fault tracing.
13...15 Reserved
Parameters 159
06.02 STATUS WORD 2 Status word 2. 1 = 1
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Bit Name Value Information
0 START ACT 1 Drive start command is active.
0 Drive start command is inactive.
1 STOP ACT 1 Drive stop command is active.
0 Drive stop command is inactive.
2 READY
RELAY
1 Ready to function: run enable signal on, no fault, emergency stop
signal off, no ID run inhibition.
0 Not ready to function.
3 MODULAT-
ING
1 Modulating: IGBTs are controlled, ie, the drive is RUNNING.
0 No modulation: IGBTs are not controlled.
4 REF
RUNNING
1 Normal operation is enabled. Running. Drive follows the given
reference.
0 Normal operation is disabled, Drive is not following the given
reference (eg, in magnetisation phase drive is modulating).
5 JOGGING* 1 Jogging function 1 or 2 is active.
0 Jogging function is inactive.
6 OFF1 1 Emergency stop OFF1 is active.
0 Emergency stop OFF1 is inactive.
7 START INH
MASK
1 Maskable (by par 10.12 START INHIBIT) start inhibit is active.
0 No start inhibit (maskable)
8 START INH
NOMASK
1 Non-maskable start inhibit is active.
0 No start inhibit (non-maskable)
9 CHRG REL
CLOSED
1 Charging relay is closed.
0 Charging relay is open.
10 STO ACT 1 Safe torque off function is active. See parameter 46.07 STO
DIAGNOSTIC.
0 Safe torque off function is inactive.
11 Not used
12 RAMP IN 0 1 Ramp Function Generator input is forced to zero.
0 Normal operation.
13 RAMP
HOLD
1 Ramp Function Generator output is held.
0 Normal operation.
14 RAMP OUT
0
1 Ramp Function Generator output is forced to zero.
0 Normal operation.
15 DATA
LOGGER
ON
1 The drive data logger is on and has not been triggered.
0 The drive data logger is off, or its post-trigger time has not yet
elapsed. See the DriveStudio user manual.
* Internally used for evacuation and inspection mode operation.
160 Parameters
06.03 SPEED CTRL
STAT
Speed control status word. 1 = 1
06.05 LIMIT WORD 1 Limit word 1. 1 = 1
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Bit Name Value Information
0 SPEED
ACT NEG
1 Actual speed is negative.
1 ZERO
SPEED
1 Actual speed has reached the zero speed limit (22.05 ZERO
SPEED LIMIT).
2 ABOVE
LIMIT
1 Actual speed has exceeded the supervision limit (22.07 ABOVE
SPEED LIM).
3 AT
SETPOINT
1 The difference between the actual speed and the unramped speed
reference is within the speed window (26.07 SPEED WINDOW).
4 BAL
ACTIVE
1 Speed controller output balancing is active while the Torque limiter
while stopping function is enabled.
5 PI TUNE
ACTIVE
1 Not used.
0 Not used.
6 PI TUNE
REQ
1 Not used.
0 Not used.
7 PI TUNE
DONE
1 Not used.
0 Not used.
8...15 Reserved
Bit Name Value Information
0 TORQ LIM 1 Drive torque is being limited by the motor control (undervoltage
control, overvoltage control, current control, load angle control or
pull-out control), or by parameter 20.06 MAXIMUM TORQUE or
20.07 MINIMUM TORQUE.
1 SPD CTL
TLIM MIN
1 Speed controller output minimum torque limit is active. The limit is
defined by parameter 28.10 MIN TORQ SP CTRL.
2 SPD CTL
TLIM MAX
1 Speed controller output maximum torque limit is active. The limit is
defined by parameter 28.11 MAX TORQ SP CTRL.
3 TORQ REF
MAX
1 Not used.
4 TORQ REF
MIN
1 Not used.
5 TLIM MAX
SPEED
1 Torque reference maximum value is limited by the rush control,
because of maximum speed limit 20.01 MAXIMUM SPEED.
6 TLIM MIN
SPEED
1 Torque reference minimum value is limited by the rush control,
because of minimum speed limit 20.02 MINIMUM SPEED.
7...15 Reserved
Parameters 161
06.07 TORQ LIM STATUS Torque controller limitation status word 1 = 1
06.14 SUPERV STATUS Supervision status word. See also parameter group 33
SUPERVISION.
1 = 1
08
08 ALARMS & FAULTS Signals containing alarm and fault information.
08.01 ACTIVE FAULT Fault code of the latest (active) fault. 1 = 1
08.02 LAST FAULT Fault code of the 2nd latest fault. 1 = 1
08.03 FAULT TIME HI Time (real time or power-on time) at which the active fault
occurred in format dd.mm.yy (=day.month.year).
1 = 1
08.04 FAULT TIME LO Time (real time or power-on time) at which the active fault
occurred in format hh.mm.ss (hours.minutes.seconds).
1 = 1
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Bit Name Value Information
0 UNDER-
VOLTAGE
1 Intermediate circuit DC undervoltage. *
1 OVER-
VOLTAGE
1 Intermediate circuit DC overvoltage. *
2 MINIMUM
TORQUE
1 Torque reference minimum limit is active. The limit is defined by
parameter 20.07 MINIMUM TORQUE. *
3 MAXIMUM
TORQUE
1 Torque reference maximum limit is active. The limit is defined by
parameter 20.06 MAXIMUM TORQUE. *
4 INTERNAL
CURRENT
1 An inverter current limit is active. The limit is identified by bits
8…11.
5 LOAD
ANGLE
1 For permanent magnet motor only: Load angle limit is active, ie, the
motor cannot produce more torque.
6 MOTOR
PULLOUT
1 For asynchronous motor only: Motor pull-out limit is active, ie, the
motor cannot produce more torque.
7 Reserved
8 THERMAL 1 Bit 4 = 0: Input current is limited by main circuit thermal limit. Bit 4 =
1: Output current is limited by main circuit thermal limit.
9 I2MAX
CURRENT
1 Inverter output current limit is active. **
10 USER
CURRENT
1 Maximum inverter output current limit is active. The limit is defined
by parameter 20.05 MAXIMUM CURRENT. **
11...15 Reserved
* Only one of bits 0…3 can be on simultaneously. The bit typically indicates the limit that is
exceeded first.
** Only one of bits 9…11 can be on simultaneously. The bit typically indicates the limit that is
exceeded first.
Bit Name Value Information
0 SUPERV
FUNC1
STA
1 Supervision function 1 is active (below low limit or over high limit).
1 SUPERV
FUNC2
STA
1 Supervision function 2 is active (below low limit or over high limit).
2 SUPERV
FUNC3
STA
1 Supervision function 3 is active (below low limit or over high limit).
3...15 Reserved
162 Parameters
08.05 ALARM WORD 1 Alarm word 1. For possible causes and remedies, see
chapter Fault tracing.
1 = 1
08.06 ALARM WORD 2 Alarm word 2. For possible causes and remedies, see
chapter Fault tracing.
1 = 1
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Bit Alarm
0 BRAKE START TORQ
1 BRAKE NOT CLOSED
2 BRAKE NOT OPEN
3 SAFE TORQUE OFF
4 STO MODE CHANGE
5 MOTOR TEMP
6 EMERGENCY OFF
7 RUN ENABLE
8 ID-RUN
9 EMERGENCY STOP
10 POSITION SCALING
11 BR OVERHEAT
12 BC OVERHEAT
13 DEVICE OVERTEMP
14 INTBOARD OVERTEM
15 BC MOD OVERTEMP
Bit Alarm
0 IGBT OVERTEMP
1 FIELDBUS COMM
2 LOCAL CTRL LOSS
3 AI SUPERVISION
4 Reserved
5 NO MOTOR DATA
6 ENCODER 1 FAIL
7 ENCODER 2 FAIL
8 LATCH POS 1 FAIL
9 LATCH POS 2 FAIL
10 ENC EMUL FAILURE
11 FEN TEMP FAILURE
12 ENC MAX FREQ
13 ENC REF ERROR
14 RESOLVER ERROR
15 ENCODER 1 CABLE
Parameters 163
08.07 ALARM WORD 3 Alarm word 3. For possible causes and remedies, see
chapter Fault tracing.
1 = 1
08.08 ALARM WORD 4 Alarm word 4. For possible causes and remedies, see
chapter Fault tracing.
1 = 1
08.09 ALARM WORD 5 Alarm word 5. For possible causes and remedies, see
chapter Fault tracing.
1 = 1
08.10 ALARM WORD 6 Alarm word 6. For possible causes and remedies, see
chapter Fault tracing.
1 = 1
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Bit Alarm
0 ENCODER 2 CABLE
1 D2D COMM
2 D2D BUFF OVLOAD
3 PS COMM
4 RESTORE
5 CUR MEAS CALIB
6 AUTOPHASING
7 EARTH FAULT
8 Reserved
9 MOTOR NOM VALUE
10 D2D CONFIG
11…14 Reserved
15 SPEED FEEDBACK
Bit Alarm
0 OPTION COMM LOSS
1…8 Reserved
9 DC NOT CHARGED
10 SPEED TUNE FAIL
11…15 Reserved
Bit Alarm
0…15 Reserved
Bit Alarm
0…1 Reserved
2 LOW VOLT MOD CON
3…15 Reserved
164 Parameters
09
09 SYSTEM INFO Drive type, program revision and option slot occupation
information.
09.01 DRIVE TYPE Displays the drive application type. 1 = 1
09.02 DRIVE RATING ID Displays the inverter type of the drive.
(0) UNCONFIGURED, (1) ACSM1-xxAx-02A5-4,
(2) ACSM1-xxAx-03A0-4, (3) ACSM1-xxAx-04A0-4,
(4) ACSM1-xxAx-05A0-4, (5) ACSM1-xxAx-07A0-4,
(6) ACSM1-xxAx-09A5-4, (7) ACSM1-xxAx-012A-4,
(8) ACSM1-xxAx-016A-4, (9) ACSM1-xxAx-024A-4,
(10) ACSM1-xxAx-031A-4, (11) ACSM1-xxAx-040A-4,
(12) ACSM1-xxAx-046A-4, (13) ACSM1-xxAx-060A-4,
(14) ACSM1-xxAx-073A-4, (15) ACSM1-xxAx-090A-4,
(20) ACSM1-xxAx-110A-4, (21) ACSM1-xxAx-135A-4,
(22) ACSM1-xxAx-175A-4, (23) ACSM1-xxAx-210A-4,
(24) ACSM1-xxCx-024A-4, (25) ACSM1-xxCx-031A-4,
(26) ACSM1-xxCx-040A-4, (27) ACSM1-xxCx-046A-4,
(28) ACSM1-xxCx-060A-4, (29) ACSM1-xxCx-073A-4,
(30) ACSM1-xxCx-090A-4
1 = 1
09.03 FIRMWARE ID Displays the firmware name. Eg, UMFI. 1 = 1
09.04 FIRMWARE VER Displays the version of the firmware package in the drive, eg,
0x1510.
1 = 1
09.05 FIRMWARE
PATCH
Displays the version of the firmware patch in the drive. 1 = 1
09.10 INT LOGIC VER Displays the version of the logic in the power unit interface. 1 = 1
09.20 OPTION SLOT 1 Displays the type of the optional module in option Slot 1.
(0) NO OPTION, (1) NO COMM, (2) UNKNOWN,
(3) FEN-01, (4) FEN-11, (5) FEN-21, (6) FIO-01, (7) FIO-11,
(8) FPBA-01, (9) FPBA-02, (10) FCAN-01, (11) FDNA-01,
(12) FENA-01, (13) FENA-02, (14) FLON-01, (15) FRSA-00,
(16) FMBA-01, (17) FFOA-01, (18) FFOA-02, (19) FSEN-01,
(20) FEN-31, (21) FIO-21, (22) FSCA-01, (23) FSEA-21
1 = 1
09.21 OPTION SLOT 2 Displays the type of the optional module in option Slot 2. See
09.20 OPTION SLOT 1.
1 = 1
09.22 OPTION SLOT 3 Displays the type of the optional module in option Slot 3. See
09.20 OPTION SLOT 1.
1 = 1
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Parameters 165
Parameter groups 10…99
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
10
10 START/STOP Start/stop/direction, slowdown and end limits source
selections.
10.01 EXT1 START
FUNC
Selects the source for the start and stop control in external
control location EXT1.
Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is
running.
Not sel No source selected. 0
In1 Source of the start and stop commands is selected by
parameter 10.02 EXT1 START IN1. The start/stop is
controlled as follows:
1
3-wire Source of the start and stop commands is selected by
parameters 10.02 EXT1 START IN1 and 10.03 EXT1 START
IN2. The start/stop is controlled as follows:
2
FBA Start and stop control from the source selected by parameter
10.13 FB CW USED.
3
D2D Start and stop control from another drive via D2D Control
Word.
4
IN1 F IN2R The source selected by 10.02 EXT1 START IN1 is the
forward start signal, the source selected by 10.03 EXT1
START IN2 is the reverse start signal.
5
IN1S IN2DIR The source selected by 10.02 EXT1 START IN1 is the start
signal (0 = stop, 1 = start), the source selected by 10.03
EXT1 START IN2 is the direction signal (0 = forward,
1 = reverse).
6
10.02 EXT1 START IN1 Selects the source 1 for the start and stop commands in
external control location EXT1. See parameter 10.01 EXT1
START FUNC selections In1 and 3-wire.
Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is
running.
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
Par. 10.02 Command
0
-
> 1 Start
1
-
> 0 Stop
Par. 10.02 Par. 10.03 Command
0
-
> 1 1 Start
Any 1
-
> 0 Stop
Any 0 Stop
Par. 10.02 Par. 10.03 Command
0 0 Stop
1 0 Start forward
0 1 Start reverse
1 1 Stop
166 Parameters
10.03 EXT1 START IN2 Selects the source 2 for the start and stop commands in
external control location EXT1. See parameter 10.01 EXT1
START FUNC selection 3-wire.
Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is
running.
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
10.07 JOG1 START Internally used. Cannot be set by the user.
10.08 FAULT RESET SEL Internally used. Cannot be set by the user.
10.09 RUNENABLE Internally used. Cannot be set by the user.
10.10 EM STOP OFF3 Internally used. Cannot be set by the user.
10.11 EM STOP OFF1 Selects the source for the emergency stop OFF1. 0 = OFF1
active: The drive is stopped with the active deceleration time.
See section Emergency stop on page 134.
Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is
running.
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
10.12 START INHIBIT Enables the start inhibit function. The start inhibit function
prevents drive restart (ie, protects against unexpected start) if
• drive trips on a fault and fault is reset.
• run enable signal activates while the start command is
active. See parameter 10.88 LIFT RUN ENABLE.
• control changes from local to remote.
An active start inhibit can be reset with a stop command.
Disabled Start inhibit function disabled. 0
Enabled Start inhibit function enabled. 1
10.13 FB CW USED Selects the source for the control word when fieldbus (FBA) is
selected as the external start and stop control location (see
parameter 10.01 EXT1 START FUNC). By default, the source
is parameter 02.12 FBA MAIN CW.
Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is
running.
Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.)
10.14 JOG2 START Internally used. Cannot be set by the user.
10.15 JOG ENABLE Internally used. Cannot be set by the user.
10.16 D2D CW USED Selects the source for the control word for drive-to-drive
communication. By default, the source is parameter 02.17
D2D MAIN CW.
Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.)
10.17 START ENABLE Internally used. Cannot be set by the user.
10.80 SLOWDOWN SEL Selects the mode of the Slowdown function.
When the slowdown command is active, the drive limits the
speed reference to the value defined with parameter 10.85
SLOWDOWN SPEED. Signal 05.01 LIFT SW bits 0, 1 and 2
can be used to monitor the status of the slowdown command.
For more information, see section Slowdown on page 116.
NOT SEL Slowdown function not selected. 0
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Parameters 167
SINGLE BIT Slowdown function using the single-bit slowdown mode
selected. Parameter 10.81 SLOWDOWN 1 is used for issuing
a slowdown command both in the upward and downward
direction.
1
MULTIPLE BIT Slowdown function using the multiple-bit slowdown mode
selected. Parameter 10.81 SLOWDOWN 1 is used for issuing
a slowdown command in the upward direction and parameter
10.82 SLOWDOWN 2 for issuing a slowdown command in
the downward direction.
2
10.81 SLOWDOWN IN1 Selects the source for the slowdown command when the
single-bit slowdown mode is selected. This parameter also
activates a slowdown command in the upward direction when
the multiple-bit slowdown mode is selected. 1 = Slowdown
command inactive. 0 = Slowdown command active.
When the slowdown command is active, the drive limits the
speed reference to the value defined with parameter 10.85
SLOWDOWN SPEED.
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
10.82 SLOWDOWN IN2 Selects the source for the slowdown command in the
downward direction when the multiple-bit slowdown mode is
selected. 1 = Slowdown command inactive. 0 = Slowdown
command active.
When the slowdown command is active, the drive limits the
speed reference to the value defined with parameter 10.85
SLOWDOWN SPEED.
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
10.85 SLOWDOWN
SPEED
Defines the speed reference to be used when the slowdown
command is active.
This is an absolute value. The polarity of the speed reference
limit is determined based on the motor direction.
0.00…25.00 m/s Slowdown speed reference. 100 = 1 m/s
10.86 UPPER F LIM SWC Selects the source for the upper final limit switch command.
1 = Upper final limit switch command is inactive. 0 = Upper
final limit switch command is active.
The command is considered a normally closed logic
according to the selection in the pointer value. When the
command is active, an emergency stop in the upward
direction is issued, and the drive stops within the time defined
with parameter 25.11 EM STOP TIME.
Signal 05.01 LIFT SW bit 3 can be used to monitor the status
of the command.
For more information, see section Final limit switches on
page 118.
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
168 Parameters
10.87 LOWER F LIM
SWC
Selects the source for the lower final limit switch command.
1 = Lower final limit switch command is inactive. 0 = Lower
final limit switch command is active.
The command is considered a normally closed logic
according to the selection in the pointer value. When the
command is active, an emergency stop in the downward
direction is issued, and the drive stops within the time defined
with parameter 25.11 EM STOP TIME.
Signal 05.01 LIFT SW bit 4 can be used to monitor the status
of the command.
For more information, see section Final limit switches on
page 118.
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
10.88 LIFT RUN ENABLE Selects the source for the Run enable signal. 1 = Run enable.
When the Run enable signal is switched off, the drive will not
start, or if the drive is running, it will stop.
Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is
running.
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
10.89 EVACUATION
MODE
Selects the source for enabling/disabling the evacuation
mode. 1 = Evacuation mode is enabled. 0 = Evacuation
mode is disabled. The evacuation mode is used for a lift car
rescue operation in case the power supply fails. For more
information, see section Rescue operation on page 140.
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
10.90 EVACUATION
AUTO
Selects the source for enabling manual or automatic
evacuation when the evacuation mode is enabled.
1 = Automatic evacuation is enabled. 0 = Manual evacuation
is enabled. When automatic evacuation is enabled, the drive
measures the direction of the lighter load and selects the
evacuation direction accordingly.
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
10.91 FLOOR LIM
SWITCH
Selects the source from which the Lift control program reads
the floor limit switch signal. This signal is activated when the
lift reaches any of the floors and when any of the floor limit
switches is hit. 1 = Lift has reached the floor position. 0 = Lift
is not in the floor position.
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
10.92 INSPECTION
MODE
Selects the source for enabling/disabling the inspection
mode. 1 = Inspection mode is enabled. 0 = Inspection mode
is disabled. Enabling the inspection mode also enables
parameters 10.93 INSPECTION UP and 10.94 INSPECTION
DOWN. For more information, see section Inspection mode
on page 96.
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Parameters 169
10.93 INSPECTION UP Selects the source for starting the lift in the upward direction
when the inspection mode is enabled with parameter 10.92
INSPECTION MODE. 1 = Lift is started in the upward
direction. 0 = Lift is not moving in the upward direction.
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
10.94 INSPECTION
DOWN
Selects the source for starting the lift in the downward
direction when the inspection mode is enabled with
parameter 10.92 INSPECTION MODE. 1 = Lift is started in
the downward direction. 0 = Lift is not moving in the
downward direction.
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
10.95 LIFT CW Lift control word for fieldbus control.
0x000…0xFFFF 1 = 1
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Bit Name Value Information
0 START UP 1 Start command is active in the upward direction.
0 Start command is inactive in the upward direction.
1 START DOWN 1 Start command is active in the downward direction.
0 Start command is inactive in the downward direction.
2 INSPECT
START UP
1 Inspection mode is enabled in the upward direction.
0 Inspection mode is disabled in the upward direction.
3 INSPECT
START DN
1 Inspection mode is enabled in the downward direction.
0 Inspection mode is disabled in the downward direction.
4 SPEED REF
SEL1
1 Speed selection bit 1 is enabled.
0 Speed selection bit 1 is disabled.
5 SPEED REF
SEL2
1 Speed selection bit 2 is enabled.
0 Speed selection bit 2 is disabled.
6 SPEED REF
SEL3
1 Speed selection bit 3 is enabled.
0 Speed selection bit 3 is disabled.
7 RUN ENABLE 1 Run enable signal is active.
0 Run enable signal is inactive.
8 SLOWDOWN
IN1
1 Slowdown command is inactive.
0 Slowdown command is active.
9 SLOWDOWN
IN2
1 Slowdown command is inactive in the downward direction in
the multiple-bit slowdown mode.
0 Slowdown command is active in the downward direction in the
multiple-bit slowdown mode.
10 FAULT RESET 1 Fault reset signal is active.
0 Fault reset signal is inactive.
11…15 Not used
170 Parameters
11
11 START/STOP MODE Start, stop, magnetization etc. settings.
11.01 START MODE Selects the motor start function.
Notes:
• This parameter has no effect if 99.05 MOTOR CTRL
MODE is set to Scalar.
• Starting to a rotating machine is not possible when DC
magnetising is selected (Fast or Const time).
• With permanent magnet motors, automatic start must be
used.
• This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is
running.
Fast DC magnetising should be selected if a high break-away
torque is required. The drive pre-magnetises the motor before
the start. The pre-magnetising time is determined
automatically, being typically 200 ms to 2 s depending on the
motor size.
0
Const time Constant DC magnetising should be selected instead of
FAST DC magnetising if constant pre-magnetising time is
required (eg, if the motor start must be simultaneous with a
mechanical brake release). This selection also guarantees
the highest possible break-away torque when the pre-
magnetising time is set long enough. The pre-magnetising
time is defined by parameter 11.02 DC MAGN TIME.
WARNING! The drive will start after the set
magnetising time has passed, even if motor
magnetisation is not completed. In applications
where a full break-away torque is essential, ensure
that the constant magnetising time is long enough to allow
generation of full magnetisation and torque.
1
Automatic Automatic start guarantees optimal motor start in most cases.
It includes the flying start function (starting to a rotating
machine) and the automatic restart function (the stopped
motor can be restarted immediately without waiting the motor
flux to die away). The drive motor control program identifies
the flux as well as the mechanical state of the motor and
starts the motor instantly under all conditions.
2
11.02 DC MAGN TIME Defines the constant DC magnetising time. See parameter
11.01 START MODE. After the start command, the drive
automatically premagnetises the motor the set time.
To ensure full magnetising, set this value to the same value
as or higher than the rotor time constant. If not known, use
the rule-of-thumb value given in the table below:
Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is
running.
0…10000 ms DC magnetising time. 1 = 1 ms
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Motor rated power Constant magnetising time
< 1 kW > 50 to 100 ms
1 to 10 kW > 100 to 200 ms
10 to 200 kW > 200 to 1000 ms
200 to 1000 kW > 1000 to 2000 ms
Parameters 171
11.03 STOP MODE Selects the motor stop function.
Coast Stop by cutting of the motor power supply. The motor coasts
to a stop.
WARNING! If the mechanical brake is used,
ensure it is safe to stop the drive by coasting. For
more information on the Mechanical brake control
function, see parameter group 35 MECH BRAKE
CTRL.
1
Ramp Stop along ramp. See parameter group 25 SPEED REF
RAMP.
2
11.04 DC HOLD SPEED Defines the DC hold speed. See parameter 11.06 DC HOLD.
0.0…1000.0 rpm DC hold speed. 10 = 1 rpm
11.05 DC HOLD CUR
REF
Defines the DC hold current in percent of the motor nominal
current. See parameter 11.06 DC HOLD.
0…100% DC hold current. 1 = 1%
11.06 DC HOLD Enables the DC hold function. The function makes it possible
to lock the rotor at zero speed.
When both the reference and the speed drop below the value
of parameter 11.04 DC HOLD SPEED, the drive will stop
generating sinusoidal current and start to inject DC into the
motor. The current is set by parameter 11.05 DC HOLD CUR
REF. When the reference speed exceeds parameter 11.04
DC HOLD SPEED, normal drive operation continues.
Notes:
• The DC hold function has no effect if the start signal is
switched off.
• The DC hold function can only be activated in the speed
control mode.
• The DC hold function cannot be activated if parameter
99.05 MOTOR CTRL MODE is set to Scalar.
• Injecting DC current into the motor causes the motor to
heat up. In applications where long DC hold times are
required, externally ventilated motors should be used. If
the DC hold period is long, the DC hold cannot prevent the
motor shaft from rotating if a constant load is applied to the
motor.
Disabled DC hold function disabled. 0
Enabled DC hold function enabled. 1
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Reference
Motor speed
DC hold
11.04 DC HOLD
SPEED
t
t
172 Parameters
11.07 AUTOPHASING
MODE
Selects the way the autophasing routine is performed. See
also section Autophasing on page 132.
Turning This mode gives the most accurate autophasing result. This
mode can be used, and is recommended, if it is allowed for
the motor to rotate and the start-up is not time-critical.
Note: This mode will cause the motor to rotate during the ID
run.
0
Standstill 1 Faster than the turning mode, but not as accurate. The motor
will not rotate.
1
Standstill 2 An alternative standstill autophasing mode that can be used if
the turning mode cannot be used, and the standstill 1 mode
gives erratic results. However, this mode is considerably
slower than standstill 1.
2
12
12 DIGITAL IO Settings for the digital inputs and outputs, and the relay
output.
12.01 DIO1 CONF Selects whether DIO1 is used as a digital input or as a digital
output.
Output DIO1 is used as a digital output. 0
Input DIO1 is used as a digital input. 1
12.02 DIO2 CONF Selects whether DIO2 is used as a digital input, as a digital
output or as a frequency input.
Output DIO2 is used as a digital output. 0
Input DIO2 is used as a digital input. 1
Freq input DIO2 is used as a frequency input. 2
12.03 DIO3 CONF Selects whether DIO3 is used as a digital input, as a digital
output or as a frequency output.
Output DIO2 is used as a digital output. 0
Input DIO2 is used as a digital input. 1
Freq output DIO2 is used as a frequency output. 2
12.04 DIO1 OUT PTR Selects a drive signal to be connected to digital output DIO1
(when 12.01 DIO1 CONF is set to Output).
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
12.05 DIO2 OUT PTR Selects a drive signal to be connected to digital output DIO2
(when 12.02 DIO2 CONF is set to Output).
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
12.06 DIO3 OUT PTR Selects a drive signal to be connected to digital output DIO3
(when 12.03 DIO3 CONF is set to Output).
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
12.07 DIO3 F OUT PTR Selects a drive signal to be connected to frequency output
(when 12.03 DIO3 CONF is set to Freq output).
Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.)
12.08 DIO3 F MAX Defines the maximum value for frequency output (when 12.03
DIO3 CONF is set to Freq output).
3…32768 Hz Maximum DIO3 output frequency. 1 = 1 Hz
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Parameters 173
12.09 DIO3 F MIN Defines the minimum value for frequency output (when 12.03
DIO3 CONF is set to Freq output).
3…32768 Hz Minimum DIO3 output frequency. 1 = 1 Hz
12.10 DIO3 F MAX
SCALE
Defines the real value that corresponds to the maximum
frequency output value defined by parameter 12.08 DIO3 F
MAX.
0…32768 Real value corresponding to the value of parameter 12.08. 1 = 1
12.11 DIO3 F MIN SCALE Defines the real value that corresponds to the minimum
frequency output value defined by parameter 12.09 DIO3 F
MIN. See parameter 12.10 DIO3 F MAX SCALE.
0…32768 Real value corresponding to the value of parameter 12.09. 1 = 1
12.12 RO1 OUT PTR Selects a drive signal to be connected to relay output RO1.
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
12.13 DI INVERT MASK Inverts status of digital inputs as reported by 02.01 DI
STATUS. For example, a value of 0b000100 inverts the
status of DI3 in the signal.
0b000000…
0b111111
DI status inversion mask. 1 = 1
12.14 DIO2 F MAX Defines the maximum value for frequency input (when 12.02
DIO2 CONF is set to Freq input).
3…32768 Hz Maximum DIO2 input frequency. 1 = 1 Hz
12.15 DIO2 F MIN Defines the minimum value for frequency input (when 12.02
DIO2 CONF is set to Freq input).
3…32768 Hz Minimum DIO2 input frequency. 1 = 1 Hz
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
DIO3 (Hz)
DIO3 (real)
12.08
12.09
12.11 12.10
DIO3 (Hz)
DIO3 (real)
12.08
12.09
12.11 12.10
174 Parameters
12.16 DIO2 F MAX
SCALE
Defines the real value that corresponds to the maximum
frequency input value defined by parameter 12.14 DIO2 F
MAX.
-32768…32768 Real value corresponding to the value of parameter 12.04. 1 = 1
12.17 DIO2 F MIN SCALE Defines the real value that corresponds to the minimum
frequency input value defined by parameter 12.15 DIO2 F
MIN. See parameter 12.16 DIO2 F MAX SCALE.
-32768…32768 Real value corresponding to the value of parameter 12.15. 1 = 1
12.80 EXT IO SEL Activates an I/O extension installed into Slot 2.
None No extension installed into Slot 2. 0
FIO-01 FIO-01 extension installed into Slot 2. 1
12.81 EXT IO DIO1
CONF
Selects whether extension DIO1 is used as a digital input or
as a digital output in a FIO-01 digital I/O extension module.
Input Extension DIO1 is used as a digital input. 0
Output Extension DIO1 is used as a digital output. 1
12.82 EXT IO DIO2
CONF
Selects whether extension DIO2 is used as a digital input or
as a digital output in a FIO-01 digital I/O extension module.
Input Extension DIO2 is used as a digital input. 0
Output Extension DIO2 is used as a digital output. 1
12.83 EXT IO DIO3
CONF
Selects whether extension DIO3 is used as a digital input or
as a digital output in a FIO-01 digital I/O extension module.
Input Extension DIO3 is used as a digital input. 0
Output Extension DIO3 is used as a digital output. 1
12.84 EXT IO DIO4
CONF
Selects whether extension DIO4 is used as a digital input or
as a digital output in a FIO-01 digital I/O extension module.
Input Extension DIO4 is used as a digital input. 0
Output Extension DIO4 is used as a digital output. 1
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
12.14
12.15
12.16 12.17
DIO2 (real)
DIO2 (Hz)
12.14
12.15
12.17 12.16
DIO2 (real)
DIO2 (Hz)
Parameters 175
12.85 EXT DIO1 OUT
PTR
Selects a drive signal to be connected to extended digital
output EXT DIO1 (when 12.81 EXT IO DIO1 CONF is set to
Output).
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
12.86 EXT DIO2 OUT
PTR
Selects a drive signal to be connected to extended digital
output EXT DIO2 (when 12.82 EXT IO DIO2 CONF is set to
Output).
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
12.87 EXT DIO3 OUT
PTR
Selects a drive signal to be connected to extended digital
output EXT DIO3 (when 12.83 EXT IO DIO3 CONF is set to
Output).
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
12.88 EXT DIO4 OUT
PTR
Selects a drive signal to be connected to extended digital
output EXT DIO4 (when 12.84 EXT IO DIO4 CONF is set to
Output).
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
12.89 EXT RO1 OUT PTR Selects a drive signal to be connected to extended relay
output EXT RO1.
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
12.90 EXT RO2 OUT PTR Selects a drive signal to be connected to extended relay
output EXT RO2.
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
176 Parameters
13
13 ANALOGUE
INPUTS
Settings for the analogue inputs.
13.01 AI1 FILT TIME Defines the filter time constant for analogue input AI1.
Note: The signal is also filtered due to the signal interface
hardware (approximately 0.25 ms time constant). This cannot
be changed by any parameter.
0.000…30.000 s Filter time constant for AI1. 1000 = 1 s
13.02 AI1 MAX Defines the maximum value for analogue input AI1. The type
is selected with jumper J1 on the JCU Control Unit.
-11.000…11.000 V /
-22.000…22.000
mA
Maximum AI1 input value. 1000 = 1 V /
mA
13.03 AI1 MIN Defines the minimum value for analogue input AI1. The type
is selected with jumper J1 on the JCU Control Unit.
-11.000…11.000 V /
-22.000…22.000
mA
Minimum AI1 input value. 1000 = 1 V /
mA
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
63
%
100
T
t
O = I × (1 - e
-t/T
)
I = filter input (step)
O = filter output
t = time
T = filter time constant
Unfiltered signal
Filtered signal
Parameters 177
13.04 AI1 MAX SCALE Defines the real value that corresponds to the maximum
analogue input value defined by parameter 13.02 AI1 MAX.
-32768.000
…32768.000
Real value corresponding to the value of parameter 13.02. 1000 = 1
13.05 AI1 MIN SCALE Defines the real value that corresponds to the minimum
analogue input value defined by parameter 13.03 AI1 MIN.
See parameter 13.04 AI1 MAX SCALE.
-32768.000
…32768.000
Real value corresponding to the value of parameter 13.03. 1000 = 1
13.06 AI2 FILT TIME Defines the filter time constant for analogue input AI2. See
parameter 13.01 AI1 FILT TIME.
0.000…30.000 s Filter time constant for AI2. 1000 = 1 s
13.07 AI2 MAX Defines the maximum value for analogue input AI2. The type
is selected with jumper J2 on the JCU Control Unit.
-11.000…11.000 V /
-22.000…22.000
mA
Maximum AI2 input value. 1000 = 1 V /
mA
13.08 AI2 MIN Defines the minimum value for analogue input AI2. The type
is selected with jumper J2 on the JCU Control Unit.
-11.000…11.000 V /
-22.000…22.000
mA
Minimum AI2 input value. 1000 = 1 V /
mA
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
AI (scaled)
AI (mA / V) 13.02
13.03
13.05
13.04
178 Parameters
13.09 AI2 MAX SCALE Defines the real value that corresponds to the maximum
analogue input value defined by parameter 13.07 AI2 MAX.
-32768.000
…32768.000
Real value corresponding to the value of parameter 13.07. 1000 = 1
13.10 AI2 MIN SCALE Defines the real value that corresponds to the minimum
analogue input value defined by parameter 13.08 AI2 MIN.
See parameter 13.09 AI2 MAX SCALE.
-32768.000
…32768.000
Real value corresponding to the value of parameter 13.08. 1000 = 1
13.11 AITUNE Triggers the AI tuning function.
Connect the signal to the input and select the appropriate
tuning function.
No action AI tune is not activated. 0
AI1 min tune Current analogue input AI1 signal value is set as minimum
value for AI1, parameter 13.03 AI1 MIN. The value reverts
back to No action automatically.
1
AI2 max tune Current analogue input AI1 signal value is set as maximum
value for AI1, parameter 13.02 AI1 MAX. The value reverts
back to No action automatically.
2
AI2 min tune Current analogue input AI2 signal value is set as minimum
value for AI2, parameter 13.08 AI2 MIN. The value reverts
back to No action automatically.
3
AI2 max tune Current analogue input AI2 signal value is set as maximum
value for AI2, parameter 13.07 AI2 MAX. The value reverts
back to No action automatically.
4
13.12 AI SUPERVISION Selects how the drive reacts when analogue input signal limit
is reached. The limit is selected by parameter 13.13 AI
SUPERVIS ACT.
No No action taken. 0
Fault The drive trips on fault AI SUPERVISION. 1
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
AI (scaled)
AI (mA / V) 13.07
13.08
13.10
13.09
Parameters 179
Spd ref safe The drive generates alarm AI SUPERVISION and sets the
speed to the speed defined by parameter 46.02 SPEED REF
SAFE.
WARNING! Make sure that it is safe to continue
operation in case of a communication break.
2
Last speed The drive generates alarm AI SUPERVISION and freezes the
speed to the level the drive was operating at. The speed is
determined by the average speed over the previous 10
seconds.
WARNING! Make sure that it is safe to continue
operation in case of a communication break.
3
13.13 AI SUPERVIS ACT Selects the analogue input signal supervision limit.
Example: If the parameter value is set to 0010 (bin), bit 1
AI1>max is selected.
0b0000…0b1111 AI1/AI2 signal supervision selection. 1 = 1
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Bit Supervision selected by parameter 13.12 AI SUPERVISION is
activated if
0 AI1<min AI1 signal value falls below the value defined by equation: par. 13.03
AI1 MIN - 0.5 mA or V
1 AI1>max AI1 signal value exceeds the value defined by equation: par. 13.02
AI1 MAX + 0.5 mA or V
2 AI2<min AI2 signal value falls below the value defined by equation: par. 13.08
AI2 MIN - 0.5 mA or V
3 AI2>min AI1 signal value exceeds the value defined by equation: par. 13.07
AI2 MAX + 0.5 mA or V
180 Parameters
15
15 ANALOGUE
OUTPUTS
Settings for the analogue outputs.
15.01 AO1 PTR Selects a drive signal to be connected to analogue output
AO1.
Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.)
15.02 AO1 FILT TIME Defines the filtering time constant for analogue output AO1.
0.000…30.000 s Filter time constant for AO1. 1000 = 1 s
15.03 AO1 MAX Defines the maximum value for analogue output AO1.
0.000…22.700 mA Maximum AO1 output value. 1000 = 1 mA
15.04 AO1 MIN Defines the minimum value for analogue output AO1.
0.000…22.700 mA Minimum AO1 output value. 1000 = 1 mA
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
63
%
100
T
t
O = I × (1 - e
-t/T
)
I = filter input (step)
O = filter output
t = time
T = filter time constant
Unfiltered signal
Filtered signal
Parameters 181
15.05 AO1 MAX SCALE Defines the real value that corresponds to the maximum
analogue output value defined by parameter 15.03 AO1 MAX.
-32768.000
…32768.000
Real value corresponding to the value of parameter 15.03. 1000 = 1
15.06 AO1 MIN SCALE Defines the real value that corresponds to the minimum
analogue output value defined by parameter 15.04 AO1 MIN.
See parameter 15.05 AO1 MAX SCALE.
-32768.000
…32768.000
Real value corresponding to the value of parameter 15.04. 1000 = 1
15.07 AO2 FILT TIME Selects a drive signal to be connected to analogue output
AO2.
Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.)
15.08 AO2 FILT TIME Defines the filtering time constant for analogue output AO2.
See parameter 15.02 AO1 FILT TIME.
0.000…30.000 s Filter time constant for AO2. 1000 = 1 s
15.09 AO2 MAX Defines the maximum value for analogue output AO2.
-10.000…10.000 V Maximum AO2 output value. 1000 = 1 V
15.10 AO2 MIN Defines the minimum value for analogue output AO2.
-10.000…10.000 V Minimum AO2 output value. 1000 = 1 V
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
AO (mA)
15.03
15.04
15.05 15.06
15.05 15.06
15.03
15.04
AO (real)
AO (mA)
AO (real)
182 Parameters
15.11 AO2 MAX SCALE Defines the real value that corresponds to the maximum
analogue output value defined by parameter 15.09 AO2 MAX.
-32768.000
…32768.000
Real value corresponding to the value of parameter 15.09. 1000 = 1
15.12 AO2 MIN SCALE Defines the real value that corresponds to the minimum
analogue output value defined by parameter 15.10 AO2 MIN.
See parameter 15.11 AO2 MAX SCALE.
-32768.000
…32768.000
Real value corresponding to the value of parameter 15.10. 1000 = 1
16
16 SYSTEM Local control and parameter access settings, restoration of
default parameter values and saving of parameters into
permanent memory.
16.01 LOCAL LOCK Selects the source for disabling local control (Take/Release
button on the PC tool, LOC/REM key of the panel). 1 = Local
control disabled. 0 = Local control enabled.
WARNING! Before activating, ensure that the
control panel is not needed for stopping the drive!
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
AO (V)
15.09
15.10
15.12 15.11
15.11 15.12
15.09
15.10
AO (real)
AO (V)
AO (real)
Parameters 183
16.02 PARAMETER
LOCK
Selects the state of the parameter lock. The lock prevents
parameter changing.
Note: This parameter can only be adjusted after the correct
pass code has been entered at parameter 16.03 PASS
CODE.
Locked Locked. Parameter values cannot be changed from the
control panel.
0
Open The lock is open. Parameter values can be changed. 1
Not saved The lock is open. Parameter values can be changed, but the
changes will not be stored at power switch off.
2
16.03 PASS CODE Selects the pass code for the parameter lock (see parameter
16.02 PARAMETER LOCK).
After entering 358 at this parameter, parameter 16.02
PARAMETER LOCK can be adjusted. The value reverts back
to 0 automatically.
0…2147483647 Pass code for parameter lock. 1 = 1
16.04 PARAM RESTORE Restores the original settings of the application, ie, parameter
factory default values.
Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is
running.
Done Restoration is completed. 0
Restore defs All parameter values are restored to default values, except
motor data, ID run results, and fieldbus, drive-to-drive link and
encoder configuration data.
1
Clear all All parameter values are restored to default values, including
motor data, ID run results and fieldbus and encoder
configuration data. PC tool communication is interrupted
during the restoration. Drive CPU is re-booted after the
restoration is completed.
2
16.07 PARAM SAVE Saves the valid parameter values to the permanent memory.
See also section Setting parameters on page 146.
Done Save completed. 0
Save Save in progress. 1
16.09 USER SET SEL Enables the save and restoration of up to four custom sets of
parameter settings.
The set that was in use before powering down the drive is in
use after the next power-up.
Note: Any parameter changes made after loading a user set
are not automatically stored into the loaded set – they must
be saved using this parameter.
No request Load or save operation complete; normal operation. 1
Load set 1 Load user parameter set 1. 2
Load set 2 Load user parameter set 2. 3
Load set 3 Load user parameter set 3. 4
Load set 4 Load user parameter set 4. 5
Save set 1 Save user parameter set 1. 6
Save set 2 Save user parameter set 2. 7
Save set 3 Save user parameter set 3. 8
Save set 4 Save user parameter set 4. 9
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
184 Parameters
IO mode Load user parameter set using parameters 16.11 and 16.12. 10
16.10 USER SET LOG Shows the status of the user parameter sets (see parameter
16.09 USER SET SEL). Read-only.
N/A No user sets have been saved. 0
Loading A user set is being loaded. 1
Saving A user set is being saved. 2
Faulted Invalid or empty parameter set. 4
Set1 IO act User parameter set 1 has been selected by parameters 16.11
and 16.12.
8
Set2 IO act User parameter set 2 has been selected by parameters 16.11
and 16.12.
16
Set3 IO act User parameter set 3 has been selected by parameters 16.11
and 16.12.
32
Set4 IO act User parameter set 4 has been selected by parameters 16.11
and 16.12.
64
Set1 par act User parameter set 1 has been loaded using parameter
16.09.
128
Set2 par act User parameter set 2 has been loaded using parameter
16.09.
256
Set3 par act User parameter set 3 has been loaded using parameter
16.09.
512
Set4 par act User parameter set 4 has been loaded using parameter
16.09.
1024
16.11 USER IO SET LO Together with parameter 16.12 USER IO SET HI, selects the
user parameter set when parameter 16.09 USER SET SEL is
set to IO mode. The status of the source defined by this
parameter and parameter 16.12 selects the user parameter
set as follows:
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
16.12 USER IO SET HI See parameter 16.11 USER IO SET LO.
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
16.13 TIME SOURCE
PRIO
Selects which real-time clock source is adopted by the drive
as the master real-time clock. Some selections specify
multiple sources that are in order of priority.
FB_D2D_MMI Fieldbus (highest priority); drive-to-drive link; man-machine
interface (control panel or PC).
0
D2D_FB_MMI Drive-to-drive link (highest priority); fieldbus; man-machine
interface (control panel or PC).
1
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Status of source
defined by par.
16.11
Status of source
defined by par.
16.12
User parameter
set selected
FALSE FALSE Set 1
TRUE FALSE Set 2
FALSE TRUE Set 3
TRUE TRUE Set 4
Parameters 185
FB_D2D Fieldbus (highest priority); drive-to-drive link. 2
D2D_FB Drive-to-drive link (highest priority); fieldbus. 3
FB only Fieldbus only. 4
D2D only Drive-to-drive link only. 5
MMI_FB_D2D Man-machine interface (control panel or PC) (highest
priority); fieldbus; drive-to-drive link.
6
MMI only Man-machine interface (control panel or PC) only. 7
Internal No external sources are used as master real-time clock. 8
17
17 PANEL DISPLAY Selection of signals to be displayed on the control panel.
17.01 SIGNAL1 PARAM Selects the first signal to be displayed on the control panel.
The default signal is 05.08 LIFT SPEED ACT.
Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.)
17.02 SIGNAL2 PARAM Selects the second signal to be displayed on the control
panel. The default signal is 05.09 LIFT SPEED REF.
Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.)
17.03 SIGNAL3 PARAM Selects the third signal to be displayed on the control panel.
The default signal is 01.06 TORQUE.
Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.)
20
20 LIMITS Drive operation limits.
20.01 MAXIMUM SPEED Defines the allowed maximum speed. See also parameter
22.08 SPEED TRIPMARGIN.
0…30000 rpm Allowed maximum speed. 1 = 1 rpm
20.02 MINIMUM SPEED Defines the allowed minimum speed. See also parameter
22.08 SPEED TRIPMARGIN.
-30000…0 rpm Allowed minimum speed. 1 = 1 rpm
20.03 POS SPEED ENA Internally used. Cannot be set by the user.
20.04 NEG SPEED ENA Internally used. Cannot be set by the user.
20.05 MAXIMUM
CURRENT
Defines the allowed maximum motor current.
0.00…30000.00 A Maximum allowed motor current. 100 = 1 A
20.06 MAXIMUM
TORQUE
Defines the maximum torque limit for the drive (in percent of
the motor nominal torque).
0.0…1600.0% Maximum torque limit. 10 = 1%
20.07 MINIMUM
TORQUE
Defines the minimum torque limit for the drive (in percent of
the motor nominal torque).
-1600.0…0.0% Minimum torque limit. 10 = 1%
20.08 THERM CURR LIM Enables the thermal current limitation. Thermal current limit is
calculated by the inverter thermal protection function.
Disable The calculated thermal limit is not used. If the inverter output
current is excessive, alarm IGBT OVERTEMP is generated
and eventually the drive trips on fault IGBT OVERTEMP.
0
Enable The calculated thermal current value limits the inverter output
current (ie, motor current).
1
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
186 Parameters
22
22 SPEED FEEDBACK Settings for speed feedback selection, zero speed selection,
actual speed supervision, etc.
22.01 SPEED FB SEL Selects the speed feedback value used in control.
Estimated Calculated speed estimate. 0
Enc1 speed Actual speed measured with encoder 1. The encoder is
selected by parameter 90.01 ENCODER 1 SEL.
1
Enc2 speed Actual speed measured with encoder 2. The encoder is
selected by parameter 90.02 ENCODER 2 SEL.
2
22.02 SPEED ACT
FTIME
Defines the time constant of the actual speed filter, that is, the
time within the actual speed has reached 63% of the nominal
speed (filtered speed = 01.01 SPEED ACT).
If the used speed reference remains constant, the possible
interferences in the speed measurement can be filtered with
the actual speed filter. Reducing the ripple with the filter may
cause speed controller tuning problems. A long filter time
constant and fast acceleration time contradict one another. A
very long filter time results in unstable control.
If there are substantial interferences in the speed
measurement, the filter time constant should be proportional
to the total inertia of the load and motor, in this case 10…30%
of the mechanical time constant
t
mech
= (n
nom
/ T
nom
) × J
tot
× 2π / 60, where
J
tot
= total inertia of the load and motor (the gear ratio
between the load and motor must be taken into account)
n
nom
= motor nominal speed
T
nom
= motor nominal torque
See also parameter 26.06 SPD ERR FTIME.
0.000
…10000.000 ms
Time constant for actual speed filter. 1000 = 1 ms
22.03 MOTOR GEAR
MUL
Defines the motor gear numerator for the motor encoder gear
function.
where input speed is encoder 1/2 speed (01.08 ENCODER 1
SPEED / 01.10 ENCODER 2 SPEED) or speed estimate
(01.14 SPEED ESTIMATED).
Note: If the motor gear ratio differs from 1, the motor model
uses an estimated speed instead of the speed feedback
value.
See also section Motor encoder gear on page 135.
-2147483647
…2147483647
Numerator for motor encoder gear. Note: A setting of 0 is
changed internally to 1.
1 = 1
22.04 MOTOR GEAR DIV Defines the motor gear denominator for the motor encoder
gear function. See parameter 22.03 MOTOR GEAR MUL.
1 ……2147483647 Denominator for motor encoder gear. 1 = 1
22.05 ZERO SPEED
LIMIT
Defines the zero speed limit. The motor is stopped along a
speed ramp until the defined zero speed limit is reached.
After the limit, the motor coasts to stop.
Note: Too low a setting may result in the drive not stopping at
all.
0.00…
30000.00 rpm
Zero speed limit. 100 = 1 rpm
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
22.03 MOTOR GEAR MUL
22.04 MOTOR GEAR DIV
--------------------------------------------------------
Actual speed
Input speed
-------------------------- =
Parameters 187
22.06 ZERO SPEED
DELAY
Defines the delay for the zero speed delay function. The
function is useful in applications where a smooth and quick
restart is essential. During the delay the drive accurately
knows the rotor position.
No Zero Speed Delay
The drive receives a stop command and decelerates along a
ramp. When the motor actual speed falls below the value of
parameter 22.05 ZERO SPEED LIMIT, the speed controller is
switched off. The inverter modulation is stopped and the
motor coasts to standstill.
With Zero Speed Delay
The drive receives a stop command and decelerates along a
ramp. When the actual motor speed falls below the value of
parameter 22.05 ZERO SPEED LIMIT, the zero speed delay
function activates. During the delay the function keeps the
speed controller live: the inverter modulates, the motor is
magnetised and the drive is ready for a quick restart.
0…30000 ms Zero speed delay. 1 = 1 ms
22.07 ABOVE SPEED
LIM
Defines the supervision limit for the actual speed. See also
02.13 FBA MAIN SW, bit 10.
0…30000 rpm Supervision limit for actual speed. 1 = 1 rpm
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Speed controller switched off:
Motor coasts to stop.
22.05 ZERO SPEED LIMIT
Speed
Time
Speed controller remains
active. Motor is decelerated to
true zero speed.
22.05 ZERO SPEED LIMIT
Speed
Time
Delay
188 Parameters
22.08 SPEED
TRIPMARGIN
Defines, together with 20.01 MAXIMUM SPEED and 20.02
MINIMUM SPEED, the maximum allowed speed of the motor
(overspeed protection). If the actual speed (01.01 SPEED
ACT) exceeds the speed limit defined by parameter 20.01 or
20.02 by more than 22.08 SPEED TRIPMARGIN, the drive
trips on fault OVERSPEED.
Example: If the maximum speed is 1420 rpm and speed trip
margin is 300 rpm, the drive trips at 1720 rpm.
0.0…10000.0 rpm Speed trip margin. 10 = 1 rpm
22.09 SPEED FB FAULT Selects the action in case of speed feedback data loss.
Note: If this parameter is set to Warning or No, a loss of
feedback will cause an internal faulted state. To clear the
internal fault and to reactivate speed feedback, use
parameter 90.10 ENC PAR REFRESH.
Fault Drive trips on a fault (OPTION COMM LOSS, ENCODER 1/2
FAILURE, ENCODER 1/2 CABLE or SPEED FEEDBACK
depending on the type of problem).
0
Warning Drive continues operation with open loop control and
generates an alarm (OPTION COMM LOSS, ENCODER 1/2
FAILURE or SPEED FEEDBACK depending on the type of
problem).
1
No Drive continues operation with open loop control. No faults or
alarms are generated.
2
24
24 SPEED REF MOD Speed reference selection settings. These parameters need
to be set only if the speed reference is coming from a fieldbus
module or an analog input.
24.02 SPEED REF2 SEL Used for fieldbus reference. Selects the source for speed
reference 2 (03.02 SPEED REF2).
ZERO Zero reference. 0
AI1 Analogue input AI1. 1
AI2 Analogue input AI2. 2
FBA REF1 Fieldbus reference 1. 3
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
22.08 SPEED TRIP MARGIN
22.08 SPEED TRIP MARGIN
Speed
Time
20.01 MAXIMUM SPEED
20.02 MINIMUM SPEED
Parameters 189
FBA REF2 Fieldbus reference 2. 4
D2D REF1 Drive to drive reference 1. 5
D2D REF2 Drive to drive reference 2. 6
ENC1 SPEED Encoder 1 (01.08 ENCODER 1 SPEED). 7
ENC2 SPEED Encoder 2 (01.10 ENCODER 2 SPEED). 8
24.03 SPEED REF1 IN Internally used. Cannot be set by the user.
24.04 SPEED REF2 IN Selects the source for speed reference 2 (overrides the
setting of parameter 24.02 SPEED REF2 SEL). The default
value is P.3.2, ie, 03.02 SPEED REF2.
Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.)
24.05 SPEED REF 1/
2SEL
Used for fieldbus reference. Selects between speed
reference 1 or 2. Reference 1/2 source is defined by
parameter 24.03 SPEED REF1 IN / 24.04 SPEED REF2 IN.
0 = Speed reference 1.
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
25
25 SPEED REF RAMP Speed reference ramp settings.
25.01 SPEED RAMP IN Internally used. Cannot be set by the user.
25.02 SPEED SCALING Internally used. Cannot be set by the user.
Shows the motor rotational speed (rpm), which corresponds
to the lift nominal speed (m/s) defined with parameter 80.01
NOMINAL SPEED. The parameter value is calculated based
on the lift nominal speed, gear ratio, roping ratio and sheave
diameter. See also section Speed reference scaling on page
101.
1 = 1 rpm
25.11 EM STOP TIME Defines the time within which the drive is stopped if an
emergency stop OFF3 is activated (ie, the time required for
the speed to change from the speed value defined by
parameter 25.02 SPEED SCALING to zero). The emergency
stop OFF3 is activated if the Final limit switches or Leveling
overtime stop function becomes active. See also section
Emergency stop on page 134.
Emergency stop OFF1 uses the active ramp time.
0.000…1800.000 s Emergency stop OFF3 deceleration time. 1000 = 1 s
25.80 ACC/DEC SEL Selects the source for the acceleration/deceleration set 1 or
acceleration/deceleration set 2 used in the normal travel
mode. 1 = Acc/dec set 2 is used. 0 = Acc/dec set 1 is used.
For more information, see section Acceleration/deceleration
selection on page 102.
25.81 ACC1 Defines the acceleration for acc/dec set 1.
0.01…25.00 m/s
2
Acc/dec set 1 acceleration. 100 = 1 m/s
2
25.82 DEC1 Defines the deceleration for acc/dec set 1.
0.01…25.00 m/s
2
Acc/dec set 1 deceleration. 100 = 1 m/s
2
25.83 ACC2 Defines the acceleration for acc/dec set 2.
0.01…25.00 m/s
2
Acc/dec set 2 acceleration. 100 = 1 m/s
2
25.84 DEC2 Defines the deceleration for acc/dec set 2.
0.01…25.00 m/s
2
Acc/dec set 2 deceleration. 100 = 1 m/s
2
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
190 Parameters
25.85 INSPECT MODE
ACC
Defines the acceleration used when the inspection mode is
active.
0.01…25.00 m/s
2
Acceleration used in the inspection mode. 100 = 1 m/s
2
25.86 INSPECT MODE
DEC
Defines the deceleration used when the inspection mode is
active.
0.01…25.00 m/s
2
Deceleration used in the inspection mode. 100 = 1 m/s
2
25.87 EVAC MODE ACC Defines the acceleration used when the evacuation mode is
active.
0.01…25.00 m/s
2
Acceleration used in the evacuation mode. 100 = 1 m/s
2
25.88 EVAC MODE DEC Defines the deceleration used when the evacuation mode is
active.
0.01…25.00 m/s
2
Deceleration used in the evacuation mode. 100 = 1 m/s
2
25.89 RELVL ACC/DEC Defines the acceleration/deceleration used when the
releveling mode is active.
0.01…25.00 m/s
2
Acceleration/deceleration used in the releveling mode. 100 = 1 m/s
2
25.90 JERK DISABLE Selects the source for enabling/disabling all the jerks defined
with parameters 25.91 JERK1…25.97 JERK7. 1 = All jerks
are disabled and not used. 0 = All jerks are enabled and
used. For more information, see section Jerk selection on
page 103.
25.91 JERK1 Defines the jerk used at the start of acceleration from zero
speed to traveling speed when the start command is given.
0.01…100.00 m/s
3
Jerk used at the start of acceleration. 100 = 1 m/s
3
25.92 JERK2 Defines the jerk used at the end of acceleration from zero
speed to traveling speed when the start command is given.
0.01…100.00 m/s
3
Jerk used at the end of acceleration. 100 = 1 m/s
3
25.93 JERK3 Defines the jerk used at the start of deceleration from
traveling speed to leveling speed.
0.01…100.00 m/s
3
Jerk used at the start of leveling deceleration. 100 = 1 m/s
3
25.94 JERK4 Defines the jerk used at the end of deceleration from traveling
speed to leveling speed.
0.01…100.00 m/s
3
Jerk used at the end of leveling deceleration. 100 = 1 m/s
3
25.95 JERK5 Defines the jerk used at the start of stopping deceleration
when the stop command is given.
0.01…100.00 m/s
3
Jerk used at the start of stopping deceleration. 100 = 1 m/s
3
25.96 JERK6 Defines the jerk used at the end of stopping deceleration
when the stop command is given.
0.01…100.00 m/s
3
Jerk used at the end of stopping deceleration. 100 = 1 m/s
3
25.97 JERK7 Defines the jerk used during releveling.
0.01…100.00 m/s
3
Jerk used during releveling. 100 = 1 m/s
3
26
26 SPEED ERROR Speed error calculation settings.
26.05 SPEED STEP Defines an additional speed step given to the input of the
speed controller (added to the speed error value).
-30000.00
…30000.00 rpm
Speed step. 100 = 1 rpm
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Parameters 191
26.06 SPD ERR FTIME Defines the time constant of the speed error low pass filter.
If the used speed reference changes rapidly (servo
application), the possible interferences in the speed
measurement can be filtered with the speed error filter.
Reducing the ripple with the filter may cause speed controller
tuning problems. A long filter time constant and fast
acceleration time contradict one another. A very long filter
time results in unstable control.
See also parameter 22.02 SPEED ACT FTIME.
0.0…1000.0 ms Time constant for speed error low pass filter. 0 ms = filtering
disabled.
10 = 1 ms
26.07 SPEED WINDOW Defines the absolute value for the motor speed window
supervision, ie, the absolute value for the difference between
the actual speed and the unramped speed reference (01.01
SPEED ACT - 03.03 SPEEDREF RAMP IN). When the motor
speed is within the limits defined by this parameter, signal
02.13 bit 8 (AT_SETPOINT) value is 1. If the motor speed is
not within the defined limits, bit 8 value is 0.
0…30000 rpm Absolute value for motor speed window supervision. 1 = 1 rpm
28
28 SPEED CONTROL Speed controller settings.
28.01 SPEED ERR
NCTRL
Selects the source for the speed error (reference - actual).
The default value is P.3.6, ie, signal 03.06 SPEED ERROR
FILT.
Note: This parameter has been locked, ie, no user setting is
possible.
Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.)
28.02 PROPORT GAIN Defines the proportional gain (Kp) of the speed controller. Too
great a gain may cause speed oscillation. The figure below
shows the speed controller output after an error step when
the error remains constant.
If gain is set to 1, a 10% change in error value (reference -
actual value) causes the speed controller output to change by
10%.
0.00…200.00 Proportional gain for speed controller. 100 = 1
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Gain = K
p
= 1
T
I
= Integration time = 0
T
D
= Derivation time = 0
%
Controller
output = K
p
× e
Time
e = Error value
Controller output
Error value
192 Parameters
28.03 INTEGRATION
TIME
Defines the integration time of the speed controller. The
integration time defines the rate at which the controller output
changes when the error value is constant and the
proportional gain of the speed controller is 1. The shorter the
integration time, the faster the continuous error value is
corrected. Too short integration time makes the control
unstable.
If the parameter value is set to zero, the I-part of the controller
is disabled.
Anti-windup stops the integrator if the controller output is
limited. See 06.05 LIMIT WORD 1.
The figure below shows the speed controller output after an
error step when the error remains constant.
0.000…600.000 s Integration time for speed controller. 1000 = 1 s
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
K
p
× e
K
p
× e
%
e = Error value
Time
Gain = K
p
= 1
T
I
= Integration time = 0
T
D
= Derivation time = 0
Controller output
T
I
Parameters 193
28.04 DERIVATION TIME Defines the derivation time of the speed controller. Derivative
action boosts the controller output if the error value changes.
The longer the derivation time, the more the speed controller
output is boosted during the change. If the derivation time is
set to zero, the controller works as a PI controller, otherwise
as a PID controller. The derivation makes the control more
responsive to disturbances.
The speed error derivative must be filtered with a low pass
filter to eliminate disturbances.
The figure below shows the speed controller output after an
error step when the error remains constant.
Note: Changing this parameter value is recommended only if
a pulse encoder is used.
0.000…10.000 s Derivation time for speed controller. 1000 = 1 s
28.05 DERIV FILT TIME Defines the derivation filter time constant.
0.0…1000.0 ms Derivation filter time constant. 10 = 1 ms
28.06 ACC
COMPENSATION
Internally used. Cannot be set by the user.
28.09 SPEEDCTRL BAL
EN
Internally used. Cannot be set by the user.
28.10 MIN TORQ SP
CTRL
Defines the minimum speed controller output torque.
-1600.0…1600.0% Minimum speed controller output torque. 10 = 1%
28.11 MAX TORQ SP
CTRL
Defines the maximum speed controller output torque.
-1600.0…1600.0% Maximum speed controller output torque. 10 = 1%
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Gain = K
p
= 1
T
I
= Integration time > 0
T
D
= Derivation time > 0
T
s
= Sample time period = 250 µs
Δe = Error value change between two samples
K
p
× T
D
×
Δe
T
s
Controller output
e = Error value
Error value
Time
T
I
K
p
× e
K
p
× e
%
194 Parameters
28.12 PI ADAPT MAX
SPD
Maximum actual speed for speed controller adaptation.
Speed controller gain and integration time can be adapted
according to actual speed. This is done by multiplying the
gain (28.02 PROPORT GAIN) and integration time (28.03
INTEGRATION TIME) by coefficients at certain speeds. The
coefficients are defined individually for both gain and
integration time.
When the actual speed is below or equal to 28.13 PI ADAPT
MIN SPD, 28.02 PROPORT GAIN and 28.03 INTEGRATION
TIME are multiplied by 28.14 P GAIN ADPT COEF and 28.15
I TIME ADPT COEF, respectively.
When the actual speed is equal to or exceeds 28.12 PI
ADAPT MAX SPD, no adaptation takes place; in other words,
28.02 PROPORT GAIN and 28.03 INTEGRATION TIME are
used as such.
Between 28.13 PI ADAPT MIN SPD and 28.12 PI ADAPT
MAX SPD, the coefficients are calculated linearly on the basis
of the breakpoints.
0…30000 rpm Maximum actual speed for speed controller adaptation. 1 = 1 rpm
28.13 PI ADAPT MIN
SPD
Minimum actual speed for speed controller adaptation. See
parameter 28.12 PI ADAPT MAX SPD.
0…30000 rpm Minimum actual speed for speed controller adaptation. 1 = 1 rpm
28.14 P GAIN ADPT
COEF
Proportional gain coefficient. See parameter 28.12 PI ADAPT
MAX SPD.
0.000 …10.000 Proportional gain coefficient. 1000 = 1
28.15 I TIME ADPT COEF Integration time coefficient. See parameter 28.12 PI ADAPT
MAX SPD.
0.000 …10.000 Integration time coefficient. 1000 = 1
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Coefficient for K
p
or T
I
K
p
= Proportional gain
T
I
= Integration time
Actual speed
(rpm)
28.14 P GAIN ADPT COEF
or
28.15 I TIME ADPT COEF
28.13 PI ADAPT
MIN SPD
28.12 PI ADAPT
MAX SPD
1.000
0
Parameters 195
33
33 SUPERVISION Configuration of signal supervision.
33.01 SUPERV1 FUNC Selects the mode of supervision 1.
Disabled Supervision 1 not in use. 0
Low When the signal selected by parameter 33.02 SUPERV1 ACT
falls below the value of parameter 33.04 SUPERV1 LIM LO,
bit 0 of 06.14 SUPERV STATUS is activated. To clear the bit,
the signal must exceed the value of parameter 33.03
SUPERV1 LIM HI.
1
High When the signal selected by parameter 33.02 SUPERV1 ACT
exceeds the value of parameter 33.03 SUPERV1 LIM HI, bit 0
of 06.14 SUPERV STATUS is activated. To clear the bit, the
signal must fall below the value of parameter 33.04
SUPERV1 LIM LO.
2
Abs Low When the absolute value of the signal selected by parameter
33.02 SUPERV1 ACT falls below the value of parameter
33.04 SUPERV1 LIM LO, bit 0 of 06.14 SUPERV STATUS is
activated. To clear the bit, the absolute value of the signal
must exceed the value of parameter 33.03 SUPERV1 LIM HI.
3
Abs High When the absolute value of the signal selected by parameter
33.02 SUPERV1 ACT exceeds the value of parameter 33.03
SUPERV1 LIM HI, bit 0 of 06.14 SUPERV STATUS is
activated. To clear the bit, the absolute value of the signal
must fall below the value of parameter 33.04 SUPERV1 LIM
LO.
4
33.02 SUPERV1 ACT Selects the signal to be monitored by supervision 1. See
parameter 33.01 SUPERV1 FUNC.
Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.)
33.03 SUPERV1 LIM HI Sets the upper limit for supervision 1. See parameter 33.01
SUPERV1 FUNC.
-32768.00
…32768.00
Upper limit for supervision 1. 100 = 1
33.04 SUPERV1 LIM LO Sets the lower limit for supervision 1. See parameter 33.01
SUPERV1 FUNC.
-32768.00
…32768.00
Lower limit for supervision 1. 100 = 1
33.05 SUPERV2 FUNC Selects the mode of supervision 2.
Disabled Supervision 2 not in use. 0
Low When the signal selected by parameter 33.06 SUPERV2 ACT
falls below the value of parameter 33.08 SUPERV2 LIM LO,
bit 1 of 06.14 SUPERV STATUS is activated. To clear the bit,
the signal must exceed the value of parameter 33.07
SUPERV2 LIM HI.
1
High When the signal selected by parameter 33.06 SUPERV2 ACT
exceeds the value of parameter 33.07 SUPERV2 LIM HI, bit 1
of 06.14 SUPERV STATUS is activated. To clear the bit, the
signal must fall below the value of parameter 33.08
SUPERV2 LIM LO.
2
Abs Low When the absolute value of the signal selected by parameter
33.06 SUPERV2 ACT falls below the value of parameter
33.08 SUPERV2 LIM LO, bit 1 of 06.14 SUPERV STATUS is
activated. To clear the bit, the absolute value of the signal
must exceed the value of parameter 33.07 SUPERV2 LIM HI.
3
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
196 Parameters
Abs High When the absolute value of the signal selected by parameter
33.06 SUPERV2 ACT exceeds the value of parameter 33.07
SUPERV2 LIM HI, bit 1 of 06.14 SUPERV STATUS is
activated. To clear the bit, the absolute value of the signal
must fall below the value of parameter 33.08 SUPERV2 LIM
LO.
4
33.06 SUPERV2 ACT Selects the signal to be monitored by supervision 2. See
parameter 33.05 SUPERV2 FUNC.
Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.)
33.07 SUPERV2 LIM HI Sets the upper limit for supervision 2. See parameter 33.05
SUPERV2 FUNC.
-32768.00
…32768.00
Upper limit for supervision 2. 100 = 1
33.08 SUPERV2 LIM LO Sets the lower limit for supervision 2. See parameter 33.05
SUPERV2 FUNC.
-32768.00
…32768.00
Lower limit for supervision 2. 100 = 1
33.09 SUPERV3 FUNC Selects the mode of supervision 3.
Disabled Supervision 3 not in use. 0
Low When the signal selected by parameter 33.10 SUPERV3 ACT
falls below the value of parameter 33.12 SUPERV3 LIM LO,
bit 2 of 06.14 SUPERV STATUS is activated. To clear the bit,
the signal must exceed the value of parameter 33.11
SUPERV3 LIM HI.
1
High When the signal selected by parameter 33.10 SUPERV3 ACT
exceeds the value of parameter 33.11 SUPERV3 LIM HI, bit 2
of 06.14 SUPERV STATUS is activated. To clear the bit, the
signal must fall below the value of parameter 33.12
SUPERV3 LIM LO.
2
Abs Low When the absolute value of the signal selected by parameter
33.10 SUPERV3 ACT falls below the value of parameter
33.12 SUPERV3 LIM LO, bit 2 of 06.14 SUPERV STATUS is
activated. To clear the bit, the absolute value of the signal
must exceed the value of parameter 33.11 SUPERV3 LIM HI.
3
Abs High When the absolute value of the signal selected by parameter
33.10 SUPERV3 ACT exceeds the value of parameter 33.11
SUPERV3 LIM HI, bit 2 of 06.14 SUPERV STATUS is
activated. To clear the bit, the absolute value of the signal
must fall below the value of parameter 33.12 SUPERV3 LIM
LO.
4
33.10 SUPERV3 ACT Selects the signal to be monitored by supervision 3. See
parameter 33.09 SUPERV3 FUNC.
Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.)
33.11 SUPERV3 LIM HI Sets the upper limit for supervision 3. See parameter 33.09
SUPERV3 FUNC.
-32768.00
…32768.00
Upper limit for supervision 3 100 = 1
33.12 SUPERV3 LIM LO Sets the lower limit for supervision 3. See parameter 33.09
SUPERV3 FUNC.
-32768.00
…32768.00
Lower limit for supervision 3. 100 = 1
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Parameters 197
35
35 MECH BRAKE
CTRL
Settings for the control of the mechanical brake, torque
proving, brake slip, brake open torque and torque limiter while
stopping. See also section Mechanical brake control on page
106.
35.01 BRAKE CONTROL Activates the brake control function with or without
supervision.
Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is
running.
NO Inactive. 0
WITH ACK Brake control with supervision (supervision is activated by
parameter 35.02 BRAKE ACKNOWL).
1
NO ACK Brake control without supervision. 2
35.02 BRAKE ACKNOWL Selects the source for the external brake on/off supervision
activation (when parameter 35.01 BRAKE CONTROL =
WITH ACK). The use of the external on/off supervision signal
is optional. 1 = The brake is open. 0 = The brake is closed.
Brake supervision is usually controlled with a digital input. It
can also be controlled with an external control system.
When a brake control error is detected, the drive reacts as
defined by parameter 35.09 BRAKE FAULT FUNC.
Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is
running.
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
35.03 BRAKE OPEN
DELAY
Defines the brake open delay (= the delay between the
internal open brake command and the release of the motor
speed control). The delay counter starts when the drive has
magnetised the motor and risen the motor torque to the level
required at the brake release (parameter 35.81 BRK OPEN
TRQ). Simultaneously with the counter start, the brake
function energises the relay output controlling the brake and
the brake starts opening.
Set the delay the same as the mechanical opening delay of
the brake specified by the brake manufacturer.
0.00…5.00 s Brake open delay. 100 = 1 s
35.04 BRAKE CLOSE
DLY
Defines the brake close delay. The delay counter starts when
the motor actual speed has fallen below the set level
(parameter 35.05 BRAKE CLOSE SPD) after the drive has
received the stop command. Simultaneously with the counter
start, the brake control function de-energises the relay output
controlling the brake and the brake starts closing. During the
delay, the brake function keeps the motor live preventing the
motor speed from falling below zero.
Set the delay time to the same value as the mechanical
make-up time of the brake (= operating delay when closing)
specified by the brake manufacturer.
0.00…60.00 s Brake close delay. 100 = 1 s
35.05 BRAKE CLOSE
SPD
Defines the brake close speed (an absolute value). See
parameter 35.04 BRAKE CLOSE DLY.
0.0…1000.0 rpm Brake close speed. 10 = 1 rpm
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
198 Parameters
35.07 BRAKE CLOSE
REQ
Selects the source for the brake close (open) request. 1 =
Brake close request. 0 = Brake open request.
Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is
running.
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
35.08 BRAKE OPEN
HOLD
Internally used. Cannot be set by the user.
35.09 BRAKE FAULT
FUNC
Defines how the drive reacts in case of a mechanical brake
control error. If brake control supervision has not been
activated by parameter 35.01 BRAKE CONTROL, this
parameter is disabled.
FAULT The drive trips on fault BRAKE NOT CLOSED / BRAKE NOT
OPEN if the status of the optional external brake
acknowledgement signal does not meet the status presumed
by the brake control function. The drive trips on fault BRAKE
START TORQUE if the required motor starting torque at
brake release is not achieved.
0
ALARM The drive generates alarm BRAKE NOT CLOSED / BRAKE
NOT OPEN if the status of the optional external brake
acknowledgement signal does not meet the status presumed
by the brake control function. The drive generates alarm
BRAKE START TORQUE if the required motor starting torque
at brake release is not achieved.
1
OPEN FLT The drive generates fault BRAKE NOT CLOSED / BRAKE
NOT OPEN if the status of the optional external brake
acknowledgement signal does not match the status
presumed by the brake control function. The drive trips on
fault BRAKE START TORQUE if the required motor start
torque at brake release is not achieved.
2
35.80 BRK OPEN TRQ
SEL
Selects the source of the brake open torque to be used. The
source can be any of the following parameters:
• 02.05 AI1 SCALED
• 02.07 AI2 SCALED
• 05.04 LOAD ACT TORQ
• 35.81 BRAKE OPEN TORQ
Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.)
35.81 BRAKE OPEN
TORQ
Defines the brake open torque value used when selected as
the source of parameter 35.80 BRK OPEN TRQ SEL.
0.0...300.0% Constant brake open torque. 10 = 1%
35.82 TORQUE
PROVING
Enables/disables the Torque proving function.
DISABLED Torque proving function is disabled. 0
ENABLED Torque proving function is enabled. 1
35.83 TORQ PROVING
REF
Defines the torque proving reference. The Torque proving
function compares the calculated actual torque of the drive
with this reference value.
0.0…100.0% Torque proving reference in percentage of the motor nominal
torque.
10 = 1%
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Parameters 199
35.84 TRQ PROV FLT
DLY
Defines the time delay for generating fault TORQUE PROVE.
The drive trips on fault TORQUE PROVE if torque proving
has not succeeded by the end of this period.
0.0…10.0 s Time delay for generating fault TORQUE PROVE. 10 = 1 s
35.85 SLIP SPEED LIM Defines the speed limit for the brake slip during torque
proving.
The drive trips on fault BRAKE SLIP if the actual lift speed
exceeds this limit during torque proving and stays there for a
longer period than defined with parameter 35.87 SLIP FAULT
DELAY.
0.00…5.00 m/s Brake slip speed limit in m/s. 100 = 1 m/s
35.86 SLIP FAULT
DELAY
Defines the time delay for generating fault BRAKE SLIP.
0.0…10.0 s Time delay for generating fault BRAKE SLIP. 10 = 1 s
35.87 TORQUE LIMITER Enables/disables the Torque limiter while stopping function.
DISABLED Torque limiter while stopping function is disabled. 0
ENABLED Torque limiter while stopping function is enabled. 1
35.88 TRQ LIMITER DLY Defines the time delay for starting torque limiting after a brake
close command.
0.1…2.0 s Time delay for starting torque limiting. 10 = 1 s
35.89 TRQ LIMITER
RAMP
Defines the torque limiting ramp time from nominal to zero
torque. The actual torque is ramped to zero with the slope
defined by this ramp time.
0.0…2.0 s Torque limiting ramp time. 10 = 1 s
40
40 MOTOR CONTROL Motor control settings.
40.02 SF REF Defines the switching frequency of the drive.
When the switching frequency exceeds 4 kHz, the allowed
drive output current is limited. See switching frequency
derating in the appropriate Hardware manual.
1/2/3/4/5/8/16 kHz Switching frequency. 1 = 1 kHz
40.03 SLIP GAIN Defines the slip gain which is used to improve the estimated
motor slip. 100% means full slip gain; 0% means no slip gain.
The default value is 100%. Other values can be used if a
static speed error is detected despite of the full slip gain.
Example (with nominal load and nominal slip of 40 rpm): A
1000 rpm constant speed reference is given to the drive.
Despite of the full slip gain (= 100%), a manual tachometer
measurement from the motor axis gives a speed value of 998
rpm. The static speed error is 1000 rpm - 998 rpm = 2 rpm. To
compensate the error, the slip gain should be increased. At
the 105% gain value, no static speed error exists (2 rpm / 40
rpm = 5%).
0…200% Slip gain. 1 = 1%
40.06 FORCE OPEN
LOOP
Defines the speed/position information used by the motor
model.
FALSE Motor model uses the speed feedback selected by parameter
22.01 SPEED FB SEL.
0
TRUE Motor model uses the internal speed estimate (even when
parameter 22.01 SPEED FB SEL setting is Enc1 speed /
Enc2 speed).
1
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
200 Parameters
45
45 MOT THERM PROT Settings for thermal protection of the motor. See also section
Thermal motor protection on page 123.
45.01 MOT TEMP PROT Selects how the drive reacts when motor overtemperature is
detected.
No Inactive. 0
Alarm The drive generates alarm MOTOR TEMPERATURE when
the temperature exceeds the alarm level defined by
parameter 45.03 MOT TEMP ALM LIM.
1
Fault The drive generates alarm MOTOR TEMPERATURE or trips
on fault MOTOR OVERTEMP when the temperature exceeds
the alarm/fault level defined by parameter 45.03 MOT TEMP
ALM LIM / 45.04 MOT TEMP FLT LIM.
2
45.02 MOT TEMP
SOURCE
Selects the motor temperature protection. When
overtemperature is detected, the drive reacts as defined by
parameter 45.01 MOT TEMP PROT.
*Note: If one FEN-xx module is used, parameter setting must
be either KTY 1st FEN or PTC 1st FEN. The FEN-xx module
can be in either Slot 1 or Slot 2.
ESTIMATED The temperature is supervised based on the motor thermal
protection model, which uses the motor thermal time constant
(parameter 45.10 MOT THERM TIME) and the motor load
curve (parameters 45.06…45.08). User tuning is typically
needed only if the ambient temperature differs from the
normal operating temperature specified for the motor.
The motor temperature increases if it operates in the region
above the motor load curve. The motor temperature
decreases if it operates in the region below the motor load
curve (if the motor is overheated).
WARNING! The model does not protect the motor
if it does not cool properly due to dust and dirt.
0
KTY JCU The temperature is supervised using a KTY84 sensor
connected to drive thermistor input TH.
1
KTY 1st FEN The temperature is supervised using a KTY84 sensor
connected to encoder interface module FEN-xx installed in
drive Slot 1/2. If two encoder interface modules are used,
encoder module connected to Slot 1 is used for the
temperature supervision. Note: This selection does not apply
to FEN-01. *
2
KTY 2nd FEN The temperature is supervised using a KTY84 sensor
connected to encoder interface module FEN-xx installed in
drive Slot 1/2. If two encoder interface modules are used,
encoder module connected to Slot 2 is used for the
temperature supervision. Note: This selection does not apply
to FEN-01. *
3
PTC JCU The temperature is supervised using 1…3 PTC sensors
connected to drive thermistor input TH.
4
PTC 1st FEN The temperature is supervised using a PTC sensor
connected to encoder interface module FEN-xx installed in
drive Slot 1/2. If two encoder interface modules are used,
encoder module connected to Slot 1 is used for the
temperature supervision. *
5
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Parameters 201
PTC 2nd FEN The temperature is supervised using a PTC sensor
connected to encoder interface module FEN-xx installed in
drive Slot 1/2. If two encoder interface modules are used,
encoder module connected to Slot 2 is used for the
temperature supervision. *
6
45.03 MOT TEMP ALM
LIM
Defines the alarm limit for the motor overtemperature
protection (when parameter 45.01 MOT TEMP PROT =
Alarm / Fault).
0…200 °C Motor overtemperature alarm limit. 1 = 1 °C
45.04 MOT TEMP FLT
LIM
Defines the fault limit for the motor overtemperature
protection (when parameter 45.01 MOT TEMP PROT =
Fault).
0…200 °C Motor overtemperature fault limit. 1 = 1 °C
45.05 AMBIENT TEMP Defines the ambient temperature for the thermal motor
protection mode.
-60…100 °C Ambient temperature. 1 = 1 °C
45.06 MOT LOAD
CURVE
Defines the load curve together with parameters 45.07 ZERO
SPEED LOAD and 45.08 BREAK POINT.
The value is given in percent of nominal motor current. When
the parameter is set to 100%, the maximum load is equal to
the value of the parameter 99.06 MOT NOM CURRENT
(higher loads heat up the motor). The load curve level should
be adjusted if the ambient temperature differs from the
nominal value.
The load curve is used by the motor thermal protection model
when parameter 45.02 MOT TEMP SOURCE is set to
ESTIMATED.
50…150% Motor current above breakpoint. 1 = 1%
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
50
100
150
45.06
45.08
45.07
I/I
N
(%) I = Motor current
I
N
= Nominal motor current
Drive output
frequency
202 Parameters
45.07 ZERO SPEED
LOAD
Defines the load curve together with parameters 45.06 MOT
LOAD CURVE and 45.08 BREAK POINT. Defines the
maximum motor load at zero speed of the load curve. A
higher value can be used if the motor has an external motor
fan to boost the cooling. See the motor manufacturer's
recommendations.
The value is given in percent of nominal motor current.
The load curve is used by the motor thermal protection model
when parameter 45.02 MOT TEMP SOURCE is set to
ESTIMATED.
50…150% Motor current at zero speed. 1 = 1%
45.08 BREAK POINT Defines the load curve together with parameters 45.06 MOT
LOAD CURVE and 45.07 ZERO SPEED LOAD. Defines the
break point frequency of the load curve, ie, the point at which
the motor load curve begins to decrease from the value of
parameter 45.06 MOT LOAD CURVE to the value of
parameter 45.07 ZERO SPEED LOAD.
The load curve is used by the motor thermal protection model
when parameter 45.02 MOT TEMP SOURCE is set to
ESTIMATED.
0.01…500.00 Hz Load curve breakpoint. 100 = 1 Hz
45.09 MOTNOM TEMP
RISE
Defines the temperature rise of the motor when the motor is
loaded with nominal current. See the motor manufacturer's
recommendations.
The temperature rise value is used by the motor thermal
protection model when parameter 45.02 MOT TEMP
SOURCE is set to ESTIMATED.
0…300 °C Motor temperature rise. 1 = 1 °C
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Motor nominal
temperature rise
Temperature
Time
Ambient temperature
Parameters 203
45.10 MOT THERM TIME Defines the thermal time constant for the motor thermal
protection model (ie, the time within which the temperature
has reached 63% of the nominal temperature). See the motor
manufacturer's recommendations.
The motor thermal protection model is used when parameter
45.02 MOT TEMP SOURCE is set to ESTIMATED.
100…10000 s Motor thermal time. 1 = 1 s
46
46 FAULT FUNCTIONS Definition of drive behaviour upon a fault situation.
An alarm or a fault message indicates abnormal drive status.
46.01 EXTERNAL FAULT Selects an interface for an external fault signal. 0 = External
fault trip. 1 = No external fault.
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
46.02 SPEED REF SAFE Defines the fault speed. Used as a speed reference when an
alarm occurs when parameter 13.12 AI SUPERVISION /
46.03 LOCAL CTRL LOSS / 50.02 COMM LOSS FUNC
setting is Spd ref safe.
-30000…30000 rpm Fault speed. 1 = 1 rpm
46.03 LOCAL CTRL
LOSS
Selects how the drive reacts to a control panel or PC tool
communication break.
No No action. 0
Fault Drive trips on LOCAL CTRL LOSS fault. 1
Spd ref safe The drive generates alarm LOCAL CTRL LOSS and sets the
speed to the speed defined by parameter 46.02 SPEED REF
SAFE.
WARNING! Make sure that it is safe to continue
operation in case of a communication break.
2
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
100%
63%
100%
Time
Time
Motor thermal time
Motor load
Temperature rise
204 Parameters
Last speed The drive generates alarm LOCAL CTRL LOSS and freezes
the speed to the level the drive was operating at. The speed
is determined by the average speed over the previous 10
seconds.
WARNING! Make sure that it is safe to continue
operation in case of a communication break.
3
46.04 MOT PHASE LOSS Selects how the drive reacts when a motor phase loss is
detected.
No No action. 0
Fault Drive trips on MOTOR PHASE fault. 1
46.05 EARTH FAULT Selects how the drive reacts when an earth fault or current
unbalance is detected in the motor or the motor cable.
No No action. 0
Warning Drive generates alarm EARTH FAULT. 1
Fault Drive trips on EARTH FAULT. 2
46.06 SUPPL PHS LOSS Selects how the drive reacts when a supply phase loss is
detected.
No No reaction. 0
Fault Drive trips on SUPPLY PHASE fault. 1
46.07 STO DIAGNOSTIC Selects how the drive reacts when it detects the absence of
one or both Safe torque off (STO) signals.
Note: This parameter is for supervision only. The Safe torque
off function can activate even when this parameter is set to
NO.
For general information on the Safe torque off function, see
the Hardware manual of the drive.
Fault The drive trips on SAFE TORQUE OFF when one or both of
the Safe torque off signals are lost.
1
Alarm Drive running:
The drive trips on SAFE TORQUE OFF when one or both of
the STO signals is lost.
Drive stopped:
The drive generates a SAFE TORQUE OFF alarm if both
STO signals are absent. If only one of the signals is lost, the
drive trips on STO1 LOST or STO2 LOST.
2
No Drive running:
The drive trips on SAFE TORQUE OFF when one or both of
the STO signals is lost.
Drive stopped:
No action if both STO signals are absent. If only one of the
signals is lost, the drive trips on STO1 LOST or STO2 LOST.
3
Only Alarm The drive generates a SAFE TORQUE OFF alarm if both
STO signals are absent. If only one of the signals is lost, the
drive trips on STO1 LOST or STO2 LOST.
46.08 CROSS
CONNECTION
Selects how the drive reacts to an incorrect input power and
motor cable connection (ie, an input power cable is
connected to a drive motor connection).
No No reaction. 0
Fault Drive trips on CABLE CROSS CON fault. 1
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Parameters 205
46.80 FAULT RESET Selects the source for the external fault reset signal. The
signal resets the drive after a fault trip if the cause of the fault
no longer exists. 1 = Fault reset.
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
46.81 AUTORESET
TRIALS
Defines the number of automatic fault resets the drive
performs within the trial time defined with parameter 46.82
AUTORST TRL TIME.
The faults to be reset are defined with parameter 46.84
AUTORESET SEL. For more information on the Automatic
fault reset function, see section Automatic fault reset on page
97.
0…5 The number of the automatic fault resets allowed. 1 = 1
46.82 AUTORST TRL
TIME
Defines the time within which automatic fault resets are
performed after the drive has tripped on a fault.
1.0…600.0 s Trial time for automatic fault resets. 10 = 1 s
46.83 AUTORESET
DELAY
Defines for how long the drive will wait after a fault before
attempting an automatic fault reset.
0.0…120.0 s Resetting delay. 10 = 1 s
46.84 AUTORESET SEL Selects the faults that are automatically reset. The parameter
is a 16-bit word with each bit corresponding to a fault type.
Whenever a bit is set to 1, the corresponding fault is
automatically reset.
The bits of the binary number correspond to the following
faults monitored by 05.02 LIFT FW.
0x0000…0xFFFF The faults that are automatically reset. 1 = 1
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Bit Fault
0 SPEED MATCH
1 TORQUE PROVE
2 BRAKE SLIP
3 INV OVERLOAD
4 MOTOR STALL
5…8 Not used
9 OVERCURRENT
10 OVERVOLTAGE
11 UNDERVOLTAGE
12 EXTERNAL FAULT
13…15 Not used
206 Parameters
47
47 VOLTAGE CTRL Settings for undervoltage control, supply voltage and the low
voltage mode.
47.02 UNDERVOLT
CTRL
Enables the undervoltage control of the intermediate DC link.
If the DC voltage drops due to an input power cutoff, the
undervoltage controller will automatically decrease the motor
torque in order to keep the voltage above the lower limit. By
decreasing the motor torque, the inertia of the load will cause
regeneration back to the drive, keeping the DC link charged
and preventing an undervoltage trip until the motor coasts to
stop. This will act as a power-loss ride-through functionality in
systems with high inertia, such as a centrifuge or a fan.
Disable Undervoltage control disabled. 0
Enable Undervoltage control enabled. 1
47.03 SUPPLVOLTAUTO-
ID
Enables the auto-identification of the supply voltage. See also
Voltage control and trip limits on page 127.
Disable Auto-identification of supply voltage disabled. 0
Enable Auto-identification of supply voltage enabled. 1
47.04 SUPPLY VOLTAGE Defines the nominal supply voltage. Used if auto-identification
of the supply voltage is not enabled by parameter 47.03
SUPPLVOLTAUTO-ID.
0.0…1000.0 V Nominal supply voltage. 10 = 1 V
47.05 LOW VOLT MOD
ENA
Selects a signal source that enables/disables the low voltage
mode. 0 = Low voltage mode disabled, 1 = Low voltage mode
enabled. See section Rescue operation on page 140.
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
47.06 LOW VOLT DC MIN Minimum DC voltage for the low voltage mode. See section
Rescue operation on page 140.
250.0…450.0 V Minimum DC voltage for the low voltage mode. 1 = 1
47.07 LOW VOLT DC
MAX
Maximum DC voltage for the low voltage mode. See section
Rescue operation on page 140.
Note: The value of this parameter must be higher than (47.06
LOW VOLT DC MIN + 50 V).
350.0…810.0 V Maximum DC voltage for the low voltage mode. 1 = 1
47.08 EXT PU SUPPLY Selects a signal source that enables/disables external power
unit supply, used with low DC supply voltages such as a
battery. 0 = External power unit supply disabled, 1 = External
power unit supply enabled. See section Rescue operation on
page 140.
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
48
48 BRAKE CHOPPER Configuration of the internal brake chopper.
48.01 BC ENABLE Enables brake chopper control.
Note: Before enabling brake chopper control, ensure that the
brake resistor is installed. The drive has a built-in brake
chopper.
Disable Brake chopper control disabled. 0
EnableTherm Enable brake chopper control with resistor overload
protection.
1
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Parameters 207
Enable Enable brake chopper control without resistor overload
protection. This setting can be used, for example, if the
resistor is equipped with a thermal circuit breaker that is wired
to stop the drive if the resistor overheats.
2
48.02 BC RUN-TIME ENA Selects the source for quick run-time brake chopper control.
0 = Brake chopper IGBT pulses are cut off.
1 = Normal brake chopper IGBT modulation. The overvoltage
control is automatically switched off.
This parameter can be used to program the chopper control
to function only when the drive is operating in the generating
mode.
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
48.03 BRTHERMTIMECO
NST
Defines the thermal time constant of the brake resistor for
overload protection.
0…10000 s Brake resistor thermal time constant. 1 = 1 s
48.04 BR POWER MAX
CNT
Defines the maximum continuous braking power which will
raise the resistor temperature to the maximum allowed value.
The value is used in the overload protection.
0.0…10000.0 kW Maximum continuous braking power. 10000 =
1 kW
48.05 R BR Defines the resistance value of the brake resistor. The value
is used for brake chopper protection.
0.1…1000.0 Ohm Resistance. 10000 =
1 Ohm
48.06 BR TEMP
FAULTLIM
Selects the fault limit for the brake resistor temperature
supervision. The value is given in percent of the temperature
the resistor reaches when loaded with the power defined by
parameter 48.04 BR POWER MAX CNT.
When the limit is exceeded, the drive trips on fault BR
OVERHEAT.
0…150% Resistor temperature fault limit. 1 = 1%
48.07 BR TEMP
ALARMLIM
Selects the alarm limit for the brake resistor temperature
supervision. The value is given in percent of the temperature
the resistor reaches when loaded with the power defined by
parameter 48.04 BR POWER MAX CNT.
When the limit is exceeded, the drive generates alarm BR
OVERHEAT.
0…150% Resistor temperature alarm limit. 1 = 1%
50
50 FIELDBUS Basic settings for fieldbus communication. These parameters
need to be set only if a fieldbus adapter module is installed.
50.01 FBA ENABLE Enables communication between the drive and fieldbus
adapter.
Disable No communication. 0
Enable Communication between drive and fieldbus adapter enabled. 1
50.02 COMM LOSS
FUNC
Selects how the drive reacts in a fieldbus communication
break. The time delay is defined by parameter 50.03 COMM
LOSS T OUT.
No Communication break detection disabled. 0
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
208 Parameters
Fault Communication break detection active. Upon a
communication break, the drive trips on fault FIELDBUS
COMM and coasts to stop.
1
Spd ref safe Communication break detection active. Upon a
communication break, the drive generates alarm FIELDBUS
COMM and sets the speed to the value defined by parameter
46.02 SPEED REF SAFE.
WARNING! Make sure that it is safe to continue
operation in case of a communication break.
2
Last speed Communication break detection active. Upon a
communication break, the drive generates alarm FIELDBUS
COMM and freezes the speed to the level the drive was
operating at. The speed is determined by the average speed
over the previous 10 seconds.
WARNING! Make sure that it is safe to continue
operation in case of a communication break.
3
50.03 COMM LOSS T
OUT
Defines the time delay before the action defined by parameter
50.02 COMM LOSS FUNC is taken. Time count starts when
the link fails to update the message.
0.3…6553.5 s Delay for fieldbus communication loss function. 10 = 1 s
50.04 FBA REF1
MODESEL
Selects the fieldbus reference FBA REF1 scaling and the
actual value, which is sent to the fieldbus (FBA ACT1).
Raw data No scaling (ie, data is transmitted without scaling). The
source for the actual value, which is sent to the fieldbus, is
selected by parameter 50.06 FBA ACT1 TR SRC.
0
Torque Fieldbus adapter module uses torque reference scaling.
Torque reference scaling is defined by the used fieldbus
profile (eg, with ABB Drives Profile, integer value 10000
corresponds to 100% torque value). Signal 01.06 TORQUE is
sent to the fieldbus as an actual value. See the User’s manual
of the appropriate fieldbus adapter module.
1
Speed Fieldbus adapter module uses speed reference scaling.
Speed reference scaling is defined by the used fieldbus
profile (eg, with ABB Drives Profile, integer value 20000
corresponds to the value of parameter 25.02 SPEED
SCALING). Signal 01.01 SPEED ACT is sent to the fieldbus
as an actual value. See the User’s manual of the appropriate
fieldbus adapter module.
2
50.05 FBA REF2
MODESEL
Selects the fieldbus reference FBA REF2 scaling.
See parameter 50.04 FBA REF1 MODESEL.
50.06 FBA ACT1 TR SRC Selects the source for fieldbus actual value 1 when parameter
50.04 FBA REF1 MODESEL / 50.05 FBA REF2 MODESEL is
set to Raw data.
Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.)
50.07 FBA ACT2 TR SRC Selects the source for fieldbus actual value 2 when parameter
50.04 FBA REF1 MODESEL / 50.05 FBA REF2 MODESEL is
set to Raw data.
Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.)
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Parameters 209
50.08 FBA SW B12 SRC Selects the source for freely programmable fieldbus status
word bit 28 (02.13 FBA MAIN SW bit 28). Note that this
functionality may not be supported by the fieldbus
communication profile.
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
50.09 FBA SW B13 SRC Selects the source for freely programmable fieldbus status
word bit 29 (02.13 FBA MAIN SW bit 29). Note that this
functionality may not be supported by the fieldbus
communication profile.
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
50.10 FBA SW B14 SRC Selects the source for freely programmable fieldbus status
word bit 30 (02.13 FBA MAIN SW bit 30). Note that this
functionality may not be supported by the fieldbus
communication profile.
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
50.11 FBA SW B15 SRC Selects the source for freely programmable fieldbus status
word bit 31 (02.13 FBA MAIN SW bit 31). Note that this
functionality may not be supported by the fieldbus
communication profile.
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
51
51 FBA SETTINGS Further fieldbus communication configuration. These
parameters need to be set only if a fieldbus adapter module is
installed.
51.01 FBA TYPE Displays the fieldbus protocol on the basis of the adapter
module installed.
(Fieldbus protocol) Fieldbus adapter for the stated protocol installed.
51.02 FBA PAR2 ...
51.26 FBA PAR26 Parameters 51.02…51.26 are adapter module-specific. For
more information, see the User’s manual of the fieldbus
adapter module. Note that not all of these parameters are
necessarily used.
1 = 1
51.27 BA PAR REFRESH Validates any changed adapter module configuration
parameter settings. After refreshing, the value reverts
automatically to DONE.
Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is
running.
DONE Refreshing done. 0
REFRESH Refreshing. 1
51.28 PAR TABLE VER Displays the parameter table revision of the fieldbus adapter
module mapping file stored in the memory of the drive.
In format xyz, where x = major revision number; y = minor
revision number; z = correction number.
0x0000...0xFFFF Parameter table revision. 1 = 1
51.29 DRIVE TYPE
CODE
Displays the drive type code of the fieldbus adapter module
mapping file stored in the memory of the drive.
0...65535 Drive type code of fieldbus adapter module mapping file. 1 = 1
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
210 Parameters
51.30 MAPPING FILE
VER
Displays the fieldbus adapter module mapping file revision
stored in the memory of the drive.
In hexadecimal format. Example: 0x107 = revision 1.07.
0...65535 Mapping file revision. 1 = 1
51.31 D2FBA COMM STA Displays the status of the fieldbus adapter module
communication.
IDLE Adapter not configured. 0
EXEC. INIT Adapter initializing. 1
TIME OUT A timeout has occurred in the communication between the
adapter and the drive.
2
CONFIG ERROR Adapter configuration error – the major or minor revision code
of the common program revision in the fieldbus adapter
module is not the revision required by the module (see par.
51.32 FBA COMM SW VER), or mapping file upload has
failed more than three times.
3
OFF-LINE Adapter is off-line. 4
ON-LINE Adapter is on-line. 5
RESET Adapter is performing a hardware reset. 6
51.32 FBA COMM SW
VER
Displays the common program revision of the adapter
module.
In format axyz, where a = major revision number, xy = minor
revision numbers. z = correction letter.
Example: 190A = revision 1.90A.
0x0000...0xFFFF Common program revision of the adapter module 1 = 1
51.33 FBA APPL SW
VER
Displays the application program revision of the adapter
module.
In format axyz, where: a = major revision number, xy = minor
revision numbers, z = correction letter.
Example: 190A = revision 1.90A.
0x0000...0xFFFF Application program revision of the adapter module 1 = 1
52
52 FBA DATA IN Selection of the data to be sent by the drive to the fieldbus
controller. These parameters need to be set only if a fieldbus
adapter module is installed.
52.01 FBA DATA IN1 Selects data to be transferred from the drive to the fieldbus
controller.
0 Not used. 0
4 Status Word (16 bits). 4
5 Actual value 1 (16 bits). 5
6 Actual value 2 (16 bits). 6
14 Status Word (32 bits). 14
15 Actual value 1 (32 bits). 15
16 Actual value 2 (32 bits). 16
101…9999 Parameter index. 101…9999
52.02 FBA DATA IN2 ... ...
52.12 FBA DATA IN12 See 52.01 FBA DATA IN1. 1 = 1
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Parameters 211
53
53 FBA DATA OUT Selection of the data to be sent by the fieldbus controller to
the drive. These parameters need to be set only if a fieldbus
adapter module is installed.
53.01 FBA DATA OUT1 Selects data to be transferred from the fieldbus controller to
the drive.
0 Not used. 0
1 Control Word (16 bits). 1
2 Reference REF1 (16 bits). 2
3 Reference REF2 (16 bits). 3
11 Control Word (32 bits). 11
12 Reference REF1 (32 bits). 12
13 Reference REF2 (32 bits). 13
1001…9999 Parameter index. 1001…9999
53.02 FBA DATA OUT2 ... ...
53.12 FBA DATAOUT12 See 53.01 DATA OUT1. 1 = 1
55
55 COMMUNICATION
TOOL
Settings for an RS-485 network implemented using optional
JPC-01 Network communication adapters. The network
enables the use of a single PC or control panel to control
multiple drives.
For more information, see JPC-01 network communication
adapter user’s manual (3AUA0000072233 [English]).
55.01 MDB STATION ID Defines the ID of the drive on the RS-485 network. Each drive
must have a dedicated ID number.
1…247 ID number. For drives, use a number between 1 and 31.
(DriveStudio uses ID number 247.)
1 = 1
55.02 MDB BAUD RATE Sets the baud rate on the network.
Note: This parameter must be set to AUTO if a control panel
is used as the controlling device.
Auto Baud rate is determined automatically. At start-up, and after a
communication break, the initial rate is 9600 baud.
0
9600 9600 baud 1
19200 19200 baud 2
38400 38400 baud 3
57600 57600 baud 4
55.03 MDB PARITY Defines the use of parity bits. The same setting must be used
in all on-line stations.
0…3 Number of parity bits. 1= 1
57
57 D2D
COMMUNICATION
Drive-to-drive communication settings. See also section
Drive-to-drive link on page 133.
57.01 LINK MODE Activates the drive-to-drive connection.
Disabled Drive-to-drive connection disabled. 0
Follower The drive is a follower on the drive-to-drive link. 1
Master The drive is the master on the drive-to-drive link. Only one
drive can be the master at a time.
2
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
212 Parameters
57.02 COMM LOSS
FUNC
Selects how the drive acts when an erroneous drive-to-drive
configuration or a communication break is detected.
No Protection inactive. 0
Alarm The drive generates an alarm. 1
Fault The drive trips on a fault. 2
57.03 NODE ADDRESS Sets the node address for a follower drive. Each follower
must have a dedicated node address.
Note: If the drive is set to be the master on the drive-to-drive
link, this parameter has no effect (the master is automatically
assigned node address 0).
1…62 No address. 1 = 1
57.04 FOLLOWER MASK
1
On the master drive, selects the followers to be polled. If no
response is received from a polled follower, the action
selected by parameter 57.02 COMM LOSS FUNC is taken.
The least significant bit represents follower with node address
1, while the most significant bit represents follower 31. When
a bit is set to 1, the corresponding node address is polled. For
example, followers 1 and 2 are polled when this parameter is
set to the value of 0x3.
0x00000000…
0xFFFFFFFF
Follower mask 1. 1 = 1
57.05 FOLLOWER MASK
2
On the master drive, selects the followers to be polled. If no
response is received from a polled follower, the action
selected by parameter 57.02 COMM LOSS FUNC is taken.
The least significant bit represents follower with node address
32, while the most significant bit represents follower 62.
When a bit is set to 1, the corresponding node address is
polled. For example, followers 32 and 33 are polled when this
parameter is set to the value of 0x3.
0x00000000…
0xFFFFFFFF
Follower mask 2. 1 = 1
57.06 REF 1 SRC Selects the source of D2D reference 1 sent to the followers.
The parameter is effective on the master drive, as well as
submasters (57.03 NODE ADDRESS = 57.12 REF1 MC
GROUP) in a multicast message chain (see parameter 57.11
REF 1 MSG TYPE).
The default value is P.03.04, ie, 03.04 SPEEDREF RAMPED.
Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.)
57.07 REF 2 SRC On the master drive, selects the source of D2D reference 2
broadcast to all followers.
The default value is P.03.13, ie, 03.13 TORQ REF TO TC.
Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.)
57.08 FOLLOWER CW
SRC
Selects the source of the D2D control word sent to the
followers. The parameter is effective on the master drive, as
well as submasters in a multicast message chain (see
parameter 57.11 REF 1 MSG TYPE).
The default value is P.02.18, ie, 02.18 D2D FOLLOWER CW.
Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.)
57.09 KERNEL SYNC
MODE
Determines which signal the time levels of the drive are
synchronised with. An offset can be defined by parameter
57.10 KERNEL SYNC OFFS if desired.
NoSync No synchronisation. 0
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Parameters 213
D2DSync If the drive is the master on a drive-to-drive link, it broadcasts
a synchronisation signal to the follower(s). If the drive is a
follower, it synchronises its firmware time levels to the signal
received from the master.
1
FBsync The drive synchronises its firmware time levels to a
synchronisation signal received through a fieldbus adapter.
2
FBToD2DSync If the drive is the master on a drive-to-drive link, it
synchronises its firmware time levels to a synchronisation
signal received from a fieldbus adapter, and broadcasts the
signal on the drive-to-drive link. If the drive is a follower, this
setting has no effect.
3
57.10 KERNEL SYNC
OFFS
Defines an offset between the synchronisation signal
received and the time levels of the drive. With a positive
value, the drive time levels will lag behind the synchronisation
signal; with a negative value, the drive time levels will lead.
-4.999…5.000 ms Synchronisation offset. 1000 = 1 ms
57.11 REF 1 MSG TYPE By default, in drive-to-drive communication, the master
broadcasts the drive-to-drive control word and references 1
and 2 to all followers. This parameter enables multicasting, ie,
sending the drive-to-drive control word and reference 1 to a
certain drive or group of drives. The message can then be
further relayed to another group of drives to form a multicast
chain.
In the master, as well as any submaster (ie, follower relaying
the message to other followers), the sources for the control
word and reference 1 are selected by parameters 57.08
FOLLOWER CW SRC and 57.06 REF 1 SRC respectively.
Note: Reference 2 is broadcast to all followers.
Broadcast The control word and reference 1 are sent by the master to all
followers. If the master has this setting, the parameter has no
effect in the followers.
0
Ref1 MC Grps The drive-to-drive control word and reference 1 are only sent
to the drives in the multicast group specified by parameter
57.13 NEXT REF1 MC GRP. This setting can also used in
submasters (followers in which parameters 57.03 NODE
ADDRESS and 57.12 REF1 MC GROUP are set to the same
value) to form a multicast chain.
1
57.12 REF1 MC GROUP Selects the multicast group the drive belongs to. See
parameter 57.11 REF 1 MSG TYPE.
0…62 Multicast group (0 = none). 1 = 1
57.13 NEXT REF1 MC
GRP
Specifies the next multicast group of drives the multicast
message is relayed to. See parameter 57.11 REF 1 MSG
TYPE. This parameter is effective only in the master or in
submasters (followers in which parameters 57.03 NODE
ADDRESS and 57.12 REF1 MC GROUP are set to the same
value).
0…62 Next multicast group in message chain. 1 = 1
57.14 NR REF1 MC
GRPS
Sets the number of drives sending messages in the message
chain. The value is typically equal to the number of multicast
groups in the chain assuming that the last drive is NOT
sending an acknowledgement to the master. See parameter
57.11 REF 1 MSG TYPE.
Note: This parameter is only effective in the master.
1…62 Total number of links in multicast message chain. 1 = 1
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
214 Parameters
57.15 D2D COMM PORT Defines the hardware to which the drive-to-drive link is
connected. In special cases (such as harsh operating
conditions), the galvanic isolation provided by the RS-485
interface of the FMBA module may make for more robust
communication than the standard drive-to-drive connection.
on-board Connector X5 on the JCU Control Unit is used. 0
Slot 1 An FMBA module installed in JCU option slot 1 is used. 1
Slot 2 An FMBA module installed in JCU option slot 2 is used. 2
Slot 3 An FMBA module installed in JCU option slot 3 is used. 3
60
60 POS FEEDBACK Configuration of drive position feedback.
60.01 POS ACT SEL Selects the source for the actual position value.
ENC1 Encoder 1. Inverted gear ratio is considered when the
position control output (speed reference) is produced.
0
ENC2 Encoder 2. Inverted gear ratio is considered when the
position control output (speed reference) is produced.
1
60.02 POS AXIS MODE Selects the positioning axis.
Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is
running.
Linear Linear motion. 0
Rollover Rotating motion. 1
60.03 LOAD GEAR MUL Defines the numerator for the load encoder gear function.
See also sections Motor encoder gear on page 135 and Load
encoder gear on page 136.
-2147483647
…2147483647
Numerator for load encoder gear. 1 = 1
60.04 LOAD GEAR DIV Defines the denominator for the load encoder gear function.
See parameter 60.03 LOAD GEAR MUL.
1…2147483647 Denominator for load encoder gear. 1 = 1
60.05 POS UNIT Selects the unit and scaling for the position parameters. The
scaling factor is equal to one revolution.
Note: If translatory (m, inch) unit is selected, the range also
depends on parameter 60.06 FEED CONST NUM and 60.07
FEED CONST DEN settings.
Revolution Unit: revolution. Scaling factor: 1. 0
Degree Unit: degree. Scaling factor: 360. 1
Meter Unit: meter. Scaling factor: according to parameters 60.06
FEED CONST NUM and 60.07 FEED CONST DEN.
2
Inch Unit: inch. Scaling factor: according to parameters 60.06
FEED CONST NUM and 60.07 FEED CONST DEN.
3
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
60.03 LOAD GEAR MUL
60.04 LOAD GEAR DIV
=
Load speed
Encoder 1/2 speed
Parameters 215
60.06 FEED CONST
NUM
Defines, together with parameter 60.07 FEED CONST DEN,
the feed constant for the position calculation:
The feed constant converts rotational motion into translatory
motion. The feed constant is the distance the load moves
during one turn of the motor shaft (2pr), when linear
positioning has been selected with 60.05 POS UNIT (ie,
parameter is set to Meter or Inch).
Note: Parameters 60.05 POS UNIT, 60.06 FEED CONST
NUM and 60.07 FEED CONST DEN also affect the
positioning parameters. If the feed constant is changed,
positioning references are re-calculated and the limits are
changed. However, the internal motor shaft references
remain unchanged.
1…2147483647 Feed constant numerator. 1 = 1
60.07 FEED CONST DEN Defines, together with parameter 60.06 FEED CONST NUM,
the feed constant for the position calculation.
1…2147483647 Feed constant denominator. 1 = 1
80
80 LIFT SPEED REF Parameters related to speed reference selection and scaling.
See also section Speed reference selection and scaling on
page 97.
80.01 NOMINAL SPEED Defines the nominal speed reference used in the normal
travel mode. See also parameter 25.02 SPEED SCALING.
0.0…25.00 m/s Nominal speed. 100 = 1 m/s
80.02 GEAR RATIO Defines the gear box ratio used in m/s to rpm conversions
and vice versa.
0.001…1000.000 Gear box ratio. 1000 = 1
80.03 SHEAVE
DIAMETER
Defines the sheave diameter of the lift system.
1…10000 mm Sheave diameter in millimeters. 1 = 1 mm
80.04 ROPING RATIO Defines the roping ratio of the lift system.
1…8 System roping ratio. 1 = 1
80.05 SPEED REF SEL1 Selects the source for speed reference selection pointer 1.
The bit combination of parameters 80.05, 80.06 and 80.07
determines the speed reference when neither the evacuation
mode nor the inspection mode is active.
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
80.06 SPEED REF SEL2 Selects the source for speed reference selection pointer 2.
The bit combination of parameters 80.05, 80.06 and 80.07
determines the speed reference when neither the evacuation
mode nor the inspection mode is active.
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
60.06 FEED CONST NUM
60.07 FEED CONST DEN
216 Parameters
80.07 SPEED REF SEL3 Selects the source for speed reference selection pointer 3.
The bit combination of parameters 80.05, 80.06 and 80.07
determines the speed reference when neither the evacuation
mode nor the inspection mode is active.
Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and
abbreviations on page 145.)
80.08 SPEED1 A factory-set zero speed reference (0 m/s) to be used when
the bit combination of parameters 80.05, 80.06 and 80.07 is
000. Can be used for stopping the lift in the normal travel
mode. Cannot be set by the user.
80.09 LEVELING SPEED Defines the speed reference to be used during leveling, ie,
when the bit combination of parameters 80.05, 80.06 and
80.07 is 110. When the floor switch is hit, the drive
decelerates to the leveling speed.
0.00…25.00 m/s Leveling speed reference. 100 = 1 m/s
80.10 RELVL SPEED SEL Selects the source of the speed reference to be used in the
releveling mode. If the lift overshoots the floor level, it is
driven back to the floor level using the releveling mode.
PAR 80.11 Parameter 80.11 RELEVELING SPEED selected as the
source of the releveling speed reference.
0
AI1 SCALED AI1 signal (02.05 AI1 SCALED) selected as the source of the
releveling speed reference.
1
AI2 SCALED AI2 signal (02.07 AI2 SCALED) selected as the source of the
releveling speed reference.
2
80.11 RELEVELING
SPEED
Defines the speed reference to be used in the releveling
mode when selected as the source of parameter 80.10
RELVL SPEED SEL. Used when the bit combination of
parameters 80.05, 80.06 and 80.07 is 001.
0.00…25.00 m/s Releveling speed reference. 100 = 1 m/s
80.12 MEDIUM SPEED Defines the speed reference to be used in the normal travel
mode when the bit combination of parameters 80.05, 80.06
and 80.07 is 010. This is an additional speed reference which
can be defined to be used instead of the nominal speed
based on the floor distance.
0.00…25.00 m/s Medium speed reference. 100 = 1 m/s
80.13 INSPECTION
SPEED
Defines the speed reference to be used when the inspection
mode is enabled with parameter 10.92 INSPECTION MODE.
If the inspection mode is not in use, this speed reference can
also be defined to be used in the normal travel mode when
the bit combination of parameters 80.05, 80.06 and 80.07 is
101.
0.00…25.00 m/s Inspection speed reference. 100 = 1 m/s
80.14 EVACUATION
SPEED
Defines the speed reference to be used when the evacuation
mode is enabled with parameter 10.89 EVACUATION MODE.
0.00…25.00 m/s Evacuation speed reference. 100 = 1 m/s
80.15 SPEED2 Defines the speed reference to be used in the normal travel
mode when the bit combination of parameters 80.05, 80.06
and 80.07 is 001. This is an additional speed reference which
can be defined to be used instead of the nominal speed
based on the floor distance.
0.00…25.00 m/s Speed2. 100 = 1 m/s
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Parameters 217
80.16 SPEED3 Defines the speed reference to be used in the normal travel
mode when the bit combination of parameters 80.05, 80.06
and 80.07 is 001. This is an additional speed reference which
can be defined to be used instead of the nominal speed
based on the floor distance.
0.00…25.00 m/s Speed3. 100 = 1 m/s
80.17 OFF DLY SPD LIM Defines the lift speed limit for activating the extended off-
delay time periods defined with parameters 80.18 …80.21.
The delay periods are used only when the lift speed is lower
than this limit.
0.00…25.00 m/s Off-delay speed limit. 100 = 1 m/s
80.18 SPEED2 OFF DLY Defines the time period for extending the speed2 reference
(parameter 80.15 SPEED2). Speed2 is used further for the
duration of this time period, even if it was deactivated by the
speed reference selection bits.
0.0…5.0 s Speed2 off-delay. 10 = 1 s
80.19 MED SPD OFF
DLY
Defines the time period for extending the medium speed
reference (parameter 80.12 MEDIUM SPEED). The medium
speed reference is used further for the duration of this time
period, even if it was deactivated by the speed reference
selection bits.
0.0…5.0 s Medium speed off-delay. 10 = 1 s
80.20 NOM SPD OFF
DLY
Defines the time period for extending the nominal speed
reference (parameter 80.01 NOMINAL SPEED). The nominal
speed reference is used further for the duration of this time
period, even if it was deactivated by the speed reference
selection bits.
0.0…5.0 s Nominal speed off-delay. 10 = 1 s
80.21 SPEED3 OFF DLY Defines the time period for extending the speed3 reference
(parameter 80.16 SPEED3). Speed3 is used further for the
duration of this time period, even if it was deactivated by the
speed reference selection bits.
0.0…5.0 s Speed3 off-delay. 10 = 1 s
81
81 LIFT SUPERVISION Parameters related to speed match, inverter overload, motor
stall and leveling overtime stop. See also section Protection
functions on page 119.
81.01 INV OVERLOAD
SEL
Defines the inverter limit bits to be monitored by the Inverter
overload function. When the bit value = 1, the corresponding
bits in signal 06.07 TORQ LIM STATUS are used for
generating fault INV OVERLOAD.
The drive trips on fault INV OVERLOAD if it exceeds any of
the inverter limits while the motor is in the generating mode
and generating more than 10% of the motor nominal power
and running at an actual speed greater than 5% of the motor
nominal speed, and the time delay defined with parameter
81.02 has elapsed.
The inverter limit bits are:
• Bit 0 MINIMUM TORQUE
• Bit 1 MAXIMUM TORQUE
• Bit 2 INTERNAL CURRENT
• Bit 3 LOAD ANGLE
• Bit 4 MOTOR PULLOUT
0x0000…0xFFFF Inverter limit bit selection 1 = 1
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
218 Parameters
81.02 INV OVERLOAD
DLY
Defines the time delay for generating fault INV OVERLOAD
after the drive has exceeded any of the inverter limits defined
with parameter 81.01 INV OVERLOAD SEL.
0.0…5.0 s Time delay for generating fault INV OVERLOAD. 10 = 1 s
81.03 SPEED MATCH Enables/disables the Speed match function.
DISABLED Speed match function disabled. 0
ENABLED Speed match function enabled. 1
81.04 SPD STD DEV LVL Defines the absolute speed deviation level for the steady
state. See also parameter 81.06 SPEED MATCH DLY.
0.00…10.00 m/s Steady state speed deviation level. 100 = 1 m/s
81.05 SPD RMP DEV LVL Defines the absolute speed deviation level for the ramp state
(during acceleration/deceleration). See also parameter 81.06
SPEED MATCH DLY.
0.00…10.00 m/s Ramp state speed deviation level. 100 = 1 m/s
81.06 SPEED MATCH
DLY
Defines the time delay for generating fault SPEED MATCH.
The fault is generated when the speed error is higher than
defined with parameter 81.04 SPD STD DEV LVL in the
steady state or defined with parameter 81.05 SPD RMP DEV
LVL in the ramp state, and the time delay defined with this
parameter has elapsed.
0.0…10.0 s Time delay for generating fault SPEED MATCH. 10 = 1 s
81.07 STALL TORQ MAX Defines the maximum torque limit for generating fault
MOTOR STALL. If the torque actual (01.06 TORQUE) is
greater than this value and the motor actual speed is lower
than the value defined with parameter 81.09 STALL SPEED
LIM, fault MOTOR STALL is generated after the period
defined with parameter 81.10 STALL FAULT DLY.
0.0…250.0% Maximum torque limit for generating fault MOTOR STALL. 10 = 1%
81.08 STALL TORQ MIN Defines the minimum torque limit for generating fault MOTOR
STALL. If the torque actual (01.06 TORQUE) is smaller than
this value and the motor actual speed is lower than the value
defined with parameter 81.09 STALL SPEED LIM, fault
MOTOR STALL is generated after the period defined with
parameter 81.10 STALL FAULT DLY.
-250.0…0.0% Minimum torque limit for generating fault MOTOR STALL. 10 = 1%
81.09 STALL SPEED LIM Defines the speed limit for the Motor stall function. Fault
MOTOR STALL is generated when the motor actual speed
(01.01 SPEED ACT) is lower than this value, the drive has
exceeded the torque limits defined with parameters 81.07
STALL TORQ MAX and 81.08 STALL TORQ MIN, and the
time delay defined with 81.10 STALL FAULT DLY has
elapsed. The Motor stall function is enabled when the value of
this parameter is > 0.
0.00…25.00 m/s Speed limit for the Motor stall function. 100 = 1 m/s
81.10 STALL FAULT DLY Defines the time delay for generating fault MOTOR STALL
when the drive has exceeded the maximum or minimum
torque limits defined with parameters 81.07 STALL TORQ
MAX and 81.08 STALL TORQ MIN LIM.
0.0…5.0 s Time delay for generating fault MOTOR STALL. 10 = 1 s
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Parameters 219
81.11 LVL MAX TIME Defines the maximum time the drive can run at the leveling
speed. If the stop command has not been received before this
time period elapses, the Leveling overtime stop function
activates an emergency stop command (OFF3). The function
is enabled when the value of this parameter is > 0.
0.0…25.0 s Maximum leveling time for the Leveling overtime stop
function.
10 = 1 s
82
82 TORQUE COMP Actual load, friction and inertia compensation torque
calculations. See also sections Actual load measurement on
page 110 and Torque compensation on page 113.
82.01 STATIC FRIC TRQ Defines the static friction of the system in percentage of the
motor nominal torque.
0.00…200.00 % Static friction in percentage of the motor nominal torque. 100 = 1%
82.02 DYN FRIC
SPEED1
Defines the value for speed point 1 used for calculating the
dynamic friction (see the graph in section Dynamic friction
compensation on page 114).
0.00…25.00 m/s Speed point 1. 100 = 1 m/s
82.03 DYN FRIC
SPEED2
Defines the value for speed point 2 used for calculating the
dynamic friction. See parameter 82.02 DYN FRIC SPEED1.
0.00…25.00 m/s Speed point 2. 100 = 1 m/s
82.04 DYN FRIC
SPEED3
Defines the value for speed point 3 used for calculating the
dynamic friction. See parameter 82.02 DYN FRIC SPEED1.
0.00…25.00 m/s Speed point 3. 100 = 1 m/s
82.05 DYN FRIC TORQ1 Defines the value for friction torque 1 used for calculating the
dynamic friction.
0.00…100.00 % Friction torque 1. 100 = 1%
82.06 DYN FRIC TORQ2 Defines the value for friction torque 2 used for calculating the
dynamic friction.
0.00…100.00 % Friction torque 2. 100 = 1%
82.07 DYN FRIC TORQ3 Defines the value for friction torque 3 used for calculating the
dynamic friction.
0.00…100.00 % Friction torque 3. 100 = 1%
82.08 LOAD WEIGHT
SEL
Selects the source for the load weight signal. The source can
be either 02.05 AI1 SCALED or 02.07 AI2 SCALED.
Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.)
82.09 INERTIA COMP EN Enables/disables the Inertia compensation function.
DISABLED Inertia compensation function is disabled. 0
ENABLED Inertia compensation function is enabled. 1
82.10 MOMENT OF
INERT
Defines the lift system’s or lift load’s moment of inertia
calculated during start-up.
0.0000…
32767.0000 kgm
2
Moment of inertia. 10000 =
1 kgm
2
82.11 WEIGHT NO LOAD Defines the value of the load weight signal at no load (02.05
AI1 SCALED or 02.07 AI2 SCALED, as selected by
parameter 82.08 LOAD WEIGHT SEL).
0.00…32767.00 Load weight signal at no load. 100 = 1
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
220 Parameters
82.12 WEIGHT HALF
LOAD
Defines the value of the load weight signal at half load (02.05
AI1 SCALED or 02.07 AI2 SCALED, as selected by
parameter 82.08 LOAD WEIGHT SEL).
0.00…32767.00 Load weight signal at half load. 100 = 1
82.13 WEIGHT FULL
LOAD
Defines the value of the load weight signal at full load (02.05
AI1 SCALED or 02.07 AI2 SCALED, as selected by
parameter 82.08 LOAD WEIGHT SEL).
0.00…32767.00 Load weight signal at full load. 100 = 1
82.14 TORQUE NO
LOAD
Defines the torque used when the lift is running with no load
(01.06 TORQUE).
-300.00…300.00% No load torque. 100 = 1%
82.15 TORQUE HALF
LOAD
Defines the torque used when the lift is running with half load
(01.06 TORQUE).
-300.00…300.00% Half load torque. 100 = 1%
82.16 TORQUE FULL
LOAD
Defines the torque used when the lift is running with full load
(01.06 TORQUE).
-300.00…300.00% Full load torque. 100 = 1%
83
83 SMART
SLOWDOWN
Parameters related to the Smart slowdown function. See also
section Smart slowdown on page 105.
83.01 SMART SLOWDN
SEL
Enables/disables the Smart slowdown function.
NOT SEL Smart slowdown function is not enabled. 0
ESTIMATED Smart slowdown function is enabled with the estimated
speed. The distance traveled is calculated by integrating the
actual speed.
1
ENCODER Smart slowdown function is enabled with an encoder. The
distance traveled is based on the actual position of the
encoder (01.12 POS ACT).
2
83.02 LV STOP SWC
DIST
Defines the distance between leveling and stopping switches.
0.00…100.00 m Distance between leveling and stopping switches. 100 = 1 m
83.03 SAFETY MARGIN Defines what percentage of parameter 83.02 is used as the
safety distance when the Smart slowdown function is
enabled. Safety distance is the distance which must be run
with the steady state leveling speed.
0.00…100.00% Safety margin in percentages. 100 = 1%
90
90 ENC MODULE SEL Settings for encoder activation, emulation, TTL echo, and
communication fault detection.
90.01 ENCODER 1 SEL Activates the communication to optional encoder/resolver
interface 1.
Note: It is recommended that encoder interface 1 is used
whenever possible, since the data received through that
interface is fresher than the data received through interface 2.
On the other hand, when position values used in emulation
are determined by the drive software, the use of encoder
interface 2 is recommended as the values are transmitted
earlier through interface 2 than through interface 1.
None Inactive. 0
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Parameters 221
FEN-01 TTL+ Communication active. Module type: FEN-01 TTL Encoder
interface Module. Input: TTL encoder input with commutation
support (X32). See parameter group 93 PULSE ENC CONF.
1
FEN-01 TTL Communication active. Module type: FEN-01 TTL Encoder
interface Module. Input: TTL encoder input (X31). See
parameter group 93 PULSE ENC CONF.
2
FEN-11 ABS Communication active. Module type: FEN-11 Absolute
Encoder Interface. Input: Absolute encoder input (X42). See
parameter group 91 ABSOL ENC CONF.
3
FEN-11 TTL Communication active. Module type: FEN-11 Absolute
Encoder Interface. Input: TTL encoder input (X41). See
parameter group 93 PULSE ENC CONF.
4
FEN-21 RES Communication active. Module type: FEN-21 Resolver
Interface. Input: Resolver input (X52). See parameter group
92 RESOLVER CONF.
5
FEN-21 TTL Communication active. Module type: FEN-21 Resolver
Interface. Input: TTL encoder input (X51). See parameter
group 93 PULSE ENC CONF.
6
FEN-31 HTL Communication active. Module type: FEN-31 HTL Encoder
Interface. Input: HTL encoder input (X82). See parameter
group 93 PULSE ENC CONF.
7
90.02 ENCODER 2 SEL Activates the communication to the optional encoder/resolver
interface 2.
Note: The counting of full shaft revolutions is not supported
for encoder 2.
For selections, see parameter 90.01 ENCODER 1 SEL. 1 = 1
90.03 EMUL MODE SEL Enables encoder emulation and selects the position value
and the TTL output used in the emulation process.
In encoder emulation, a calculated position difference is
transformed to a corresponding number of TTL pulses to be
transmitted via the TTL output. The position difference is the
difference between the latest and the previous position
values.
The position value used in emulation can be either a position
determined by the drive software or a position measured by
an encoder. If the drive software position is used, the source
for the used position is selected by parameter 93.22 EMUL
POS REF. Because the software causes a delay, it is
recommended that the actual position is always taken from
an encoder. Drive software is recommended to be used only
with position reference emulation.
Encoder emulation can be used to increase or decrease the
pulse number when TTL encoder data is transmitted via the
TTL output, eg, to another drive. If the pulse number requires
no alternation, use encoder echo for data transformation. See
parameter 90.04 TTL ECHO SEL. Note: If encoder emulation
and echo are enabled for the same FEN-xx TTL output, the
emulation overrides the echo.
If an encoder input is selected as the emulation source, the
corresponding selection must be activated either with
parameter 90.01 ENCODER 1 SEL or 90.02 ENCODER 2
SEL.
The TTL encoder pulse number used in emulation must be
defined by parameter 93.21 EMUL PULSE NR. See
parameter group 93 PULSE ENC CONF.
Disabled Emulation disabled. 0
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
222 Parameters
FEN-01 SWref Module type: FEN-01 TTL Encoder interface Module.
Emulation: Drive software position (source selected by par.
93.22 EMUL POS REF) is emulated to FEN-01 TTL output.
1
FEN-01 TTL+ Module type: FEN-01 TTL Encoder interface Module.
Emulation: FEN-01 TTL encoder input (X32) position is
emulated to FEN-01 TTL output.
2
FEN-01 TTL Module type: FEN-01 TTL Encoder interface Module.
Emulation: FEN-01 TTL encoder input (X31) position is
emulated to FEN-01 TTL output.
3
FEN-11 SWref Module type: FEN-11 Absolute Encoder Interface. Emulation:
Drive software position (source selected by par. 93.22 EMUL
POS REF) is emulated to FEN-11 TTL output.
4
FEN-11 ABS Module type: FEN-11 Absolute Encoder Interface. Emulation:
FEN-11 absolute encoder input (X42) position is emulated to
FEN-11 TTL output.
5
FEN-11 TTL Module type: FEN-11 Absolute Encoder Interface. Emulation:
FEN-11 TTL encoder input (X41) position is emulated to FEN-
11 TTL output.
6
FEN-21 SWref Module type: FEN-21 Resolver Interface. Emulation: Drive
software position (source selected by par. 93.22 EMUL POS
REF) is emulated to FEN-21 TTL output.
7
FEN-21 RES Module type: FEN-21 Resolver Interface. Emulation: FEN-21
resolver input (X52) position is emulated to FEN-21 TTL
output.
8
FEN-21 TTL Module type: FEN-21 Resolver Interface. Emulation: FEN-21
TTL encoder input (X51) position is emulated to FEN-21 TTL
output.
9
FEN-31 SWref Module type: FEN-31 HTL Encoder Interface. Emulation:
Drive software position (source selected by par. 93.22 EMUL
POS REF) is emulated to FEN-31 TTL output.
10
FEN-31 HTL Module type: FEN-31 HTL Encoder Interface. Emulation:
FEN-31 HTL encoder input (X82) position is emulated to
FEN-31 TTL output.
11
90.04 TTL ECHO SEL Enables and selects the interface for the TTL encoder signal
echo.
Note: If encoder emulation and echo are enabled for the
same FEN-xx TTL output, the emulation overrides the echo.
Disabled TTL echo disabled. 0
FEN-01 TTL+ Module type: FEN-01 TTL Encoder Interface. Echo: TTL
encoder input (X32) pulses are echoed to the TTL output.
1
FEN-01 TTL Module type: FEN-01 TTL Encoder Interface. Echo: TTL
encoder input (X31) pulses are echoed to the TTL output.
2
FEN-11 TTL Module type: FEN-11 Absolute Encoder Interface. Echo: TTL
encoder input (X41) pulses are echoed to the TTL output.
3
FEN-21 TTL Module type: FEN-21 Resolver Interface. Echo: TTL encoder
input (X51) pulses are echoed to the TTL output.
4
FEN-31 HTL Module type: FEN-31 HTL Encoder Interface. Echo: HTL
encoder input (X82) pulses are echoed to the TTL output.
5
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Parameters 223
90.05 ENC CABLE
FAULT
Selects the action in case an encoder cable fault is detected
by the FEN-xx encoder interface.
Notes:
• At the time of printing, this functionality is only available
with the absolute encoder input of the FEN-11 based on
sine/cosine incremental signals, and with the HTL input of
the FEN-31.
• When the encoder input is used for speed feedback (see
22.01 SPEED FB SEL), this parameter may be overridden
by parameter 22.09 SPEED FB FAULT.
No Cable fault detection inactive. 0
Fault The drive trips on an ENCODER 1/2 CABLE fault. 1
Warning The drive generates an ENCODER 1/2 CABLE warning. This
is the recommended setting if the maximum pulse frequency
of sine/cosine incremental signals exceeds 100 kHz; at high
frequencies, the signals may attenuate enough to invoke the
function. The maximum pulse frequency can be calculated as
follows:
2
90.10 ENC PAR
REFRESH
Setting this parameter to 1 forces a reconfiguration of the
FEN-xx interfaces, which is needed for any parameter
changes in groups 90…93 to take effect.
Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is
running.
Done Refreshing done. 0
Configure Reconfigure. The value will automatically revert to DONE. 1
91
91 ABSOL ENC CONF Absolute encoder configuration; used when parameter 90.01
ENCODER 1 SEL / 90.02 ENCODER 2 SEL is set to FEN-11
ABS.
91.01 SINE COSINE NR Defines the number of sine/cosine wave cycles within one
revolution.
Note: This parameter does not need to be set when EnDat or
SSI encoders are used in the continuous mode. See
parameter 91.25 SSI MODE / 91.30 ENDAT MODE.
0…65535 Number of sine/cosine wave cycles within one revolution. 1 = 1
91.02 ABS ENC INTERF Selects the source for the encoder absolute position.
None Not selected. 0
Commut sig Commutation signals. 1
Endat Serial interface: EnDat encoder. 2
Hiperface Serial interface: HIPERFACE encoder. 3
SSI Serial interface: SSI encoder. 4
Tamag. 17/33B Serial interface: Tamagawa 17/33-bit encoder. 5
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Pulses per revolution (par. 91.01) × Maximum speed in rpm
60
224 Parameters
91.03 REV COUNT BITS Defines the number of bits used in revolution counting with
multiturn encoders. Used when parameter 91.02 ABS ENC
INTERF is set to Endat, Hiperface, or SSI. When parameter
91.02 is set to Tamag. 17/33B, setting this parameter to a
non-zero value activates multiturn data requesting.
0…32 Number of bits used in revolution count. Eg, 4096 revolutions
=> 12 bits.
1 = 1
91.04 POS DATA BITS Defines the number of bits used within one revolution when
parameter 91.02 ABS ENC INTERF is set to Endat,
Hiperface, or SSI. When parameter 91.02 is set to Tamag. 17/
33B, this parameter is internally set to 17.
0…32 Number of bits used within one revolution. Eg, 32768
positions per revolution => 15 bits.
1 = 1
91.05 REFMARK ENA Enables the encoder zero pulse for the absolute encoder
input (X42) of an FEN-11 module (if present). Zero pulse can
be used for position latching.
Note: With serial interfaces (that is, when parameter 91.02
ABS ENC INTERF is set to Endat, Hiperface, SSI or Tamag.
17/33B), the zero pulse does not exist.
FALSE Zero pulse disabled. 0
TRUE Zero pulse enabled. 1
91.10 HIPERFACE
PARITY
Defines the use of parity and stop bit(s) for HIPERFACE
encoder (ie, when parameter 91.02 ABS ENC INTERF is set
to Hiperface).
Typically this parameter does not need to be set.
Odd Odd parity indication bit, one stop bit. 0
Even Even parity indication bit, one stop bit. 1
91.11 HIPERF
BAUDRATE
Defines the transfer rate of the link for HIPERFACE encoder
(ie, when parameter 91.02 ABS ENC INTERF is set to
Hiperface).
Typically this parameter does not need to be set.
4800 4800 bits/s. 0
9600 9600 bits/s. 1
19200 19200 bits/s. 2
38400 38400 bits/s. 3
91.12 HIPERF NODE
ADDR
Defines the node address for HIPERFACE encoder (ie, when
parameter 91.02 ABS ENC INTERF is set to Hiperface).
Typically this parameter does not need to be set.
0…255 HIPERFACE encoder node address. 1 = 1
91.20 SSI CLOCK
CYCLES
Defines the length of the SSI message. The length is defined
as the number of clock cycles. The number of cycles can be
calculated by adding 1 to the number of the bits in an SSI
message frame.
Used with SSI encoders, ie, when parameter 91.02 ABS ENC
INTERF is set to SSI.
2…127 SSI message length. 1 = 1
91.21 SSI POSITION
MSB
Defines the location of the MSB (main significant bit) of the
position data within an SSI message. Used with SSI
encoders, ie, when parameter 91.02 ABS ENC INTERF is set
to SSI.
1…126 Position data MSB location (bit number). 1 = 1
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Parameters 225
91.22 SSI REVOL MSB Defines the location of the MSB (main significant bit) of the
revolution count within an SSI message. Used with SSI
encoders, ie, when parameter 91.02 ABS ENC INTERF is set
to SSI.
1…126 Revolution count MSB location (bit number). 1 = 1
91.23 SSI DATA FORMAT Selects the data format for an SSI encoder (ie, when
parameter 91.02 ABS ENC INTERF is set to SSI).
binary Binary code. 0
gray Gray code. 1
91.24 SSI BAUD RATE Selects the baud rate for an SSI encoder (ie, when parameter
91.02 ABS ENC INTERF is set to SSI.
10 kbit/s 10 kbit/s. 0
50 kbit/s 50 kbit/s. 1
100 kbit/s 100 kbit/s. 2
200 kbit/s 200 kbit/s. 3
500 kbit/s 500 kbit/s. 4
1000 kbit/s 1000 kbit/s. 5
91.25 SSI MODE Selects the SSI encoder mode.
Note: Parameter needs to be set only when an SSI encoder
is used in the continuous mode, ie, SSI encoder without
incremental sin/cos signals (supported only as encoder 1).
The SSI encoder is selected by setting parameter 91.02 ABS
ENC INTERF to SSI.
Initial pos. Single position transfer mode (initial position) 0
Continuous Continuous position transfer mode. 1
91.26 SSI TRANSMIT
CYC
Selects the transmission cycle for an SSI encoder.
Note: This parameter needs to be set only when an SSI
encoder is used in the continuous mode, ie, SSI encoder
without incremental sin/cos signals (supported only as
encoder 1). The SSI encoder is selected by setting parameter
91.02 ABS ENC INTERF to SSI.
50 us 50 µs. 0
100 us 100 µs. 1
200 us 200 µs. 2
500 us 500 µs. 3
1 ms 1 ms. 4
2 ms 2 ms. 5
91.27 SSI ZERO PHASE Defines the phase angle within one sine/cosine signal period
that corresponds to the value of zero on the SSI serial link
data. The parameter is used to adjust the synchronization of
the SSI position data and the position based on sine/cosine
incremental signals. Incorrect synchronization may cause an
error of ±1 incremental period.
Note: This parameter needs to be set only when an SSI
encoder with sine/cosine incremental signals is used in the
initial position mode.
315–45 deg 315–45 degrees. 0
45–135 deg 45–135 degrees. 1
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
226 Parameters
135–225 deg 135–225 degrees. 2
225–315 deg 225–315 degrees. 3
91.30 ENDAT MODE Selects the EnDat encoder mode.
Note: This parameter needs to be set only when an EnDat
encoder is used in the continuous mode, ie, EnDat encoder
without incremental sin/cos signals (supported only as
encoder 1). The EnDat encoder is selected by setting
parameter 91.02 ABS ENC INTERF to Endat.
Initial pos. Single position transfer mode (initial position). 0
Continuous Continuous position data transfer mode. 1
91.31 ENDAT MAX CALC Selects the maximum encoder calculation time for an EnDat
encoder.
Note: This parameter needs to be set only when an EnDat
encoder is used in the continuous mode, ie, EnDat encoder
without incremental sin/cos signals (supported only as
encoder 1). The EnDat encoder is selected by setting
parameter 91.02 ABS ENC INTERF to Endat.
10 us 10 µs. 0
100 us 100 µs. 1
1 ms 1 ms. 2
50 ms 50 ms. 3
92
92 RESOLVER CONF Resolver configuration; used when parameter 90.01
ENCODER 1 SEL / 90.02 ENCODER 2 SEL is set to FEN-21
RES.
92.01 RESOLV
POLEPAIRS
Selects the number of pole pairs.
1…32 Number of pole pairs. 1 = 1
92.02 EXC SIGNAL
AMPL
Defines the amplitude of the excitation signal.
4.0…12.0 Vrms Excitation signal amplitude. 10 = 1 Vrms
92.03 EXC SIGNAL
FREQ
Defines the frequency of the excitation signal.
1…20 kHz Excitation signal frequency. 1 = 1 kHz
93
93 PULSE ENC CONF TTL/HTL input and TTL output configuration.
93.01 ENC1 PULSE NR Defines the pulse number per revolution for encoder 1.
0…65535 Pulses per revolution for encoder 1. 1 = 1
93.02 ENC1 TYPE Selects the type of encoder 1.
Quadrature Quadrature encoder (two channels, channels A and B). 0
single track Single track encoder (one channel, channel A). 1
93.03 ENC1 SP
CALCMODE
Selects the speed calculation mode for encoder 1.
*When the single track mode has been selected by parameter
93.02 ENC1 TYPE, the speed is always positive.
A&B all Channels A and B: Rising and falling edges are used for
speed calculation. Channel B: Defines the direction of
rotation. *
Note: When the single track mode has been selected by
parameter 93.02 ENC1 TYPE, setting 0 acts like setting 1.
0
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Parameters 227
A all Channel A: Rising and falling edges are used for speed
calculation. Channel B: Defines the direction of rotation. *
1
A rising Channel A: Rising edges are used for speed calculation.
Channel B: Defines the direction of rotation. *
2
A falling Channel A: Falling edges are used for speed calculation.
Channel B: Defines the direction of rotation. *
3
auto rising
auto falling
Used mode (1, 2 or 3) is changed automatically depending on
the pulse frequency according to the following table:
4
5
93.04 ENC1 POS EST
ENA
Selects whether position estimation is used with encoder 1 to
increase position data resolution or not.
FALSE Measured position (Resolution: 4 x pulses per revolution for
quadrature encoders, 2 x pulses per revolution for single
track encoders.)
0
TRUE Estimated position. (Uses position extrapolation. Extrapolated
at the time of data request.)
1
93.05 ENC1 SP EST ENA Selects whether calculated or estimated speed is used with
encoder 1.
FALSE Last calculated speed (calculation interval is 62.5 µs…4 ms). 0
TRUE Estimated speed (estimated at the time of data request)
Estimation increases the speed ripple in steady state
operation, but improves the dynamics.
1
93.06 ENC1 OSC LIM Activates transient filter for encoder 1. Changes of direction of
rotation are ignored above the selected pulse frequency.
4880Hz Change in rotation of direction allowed below 4880 Hz. 0
2440Hz Change in rotation of direction allowed below 2440 Hz. 1
1220Hz Change in rotation of direction allowed below 1220 Hz. 2
Disabled Change in rotation of direction allowed at any pulse
frequency.
3
93.11 EN2 PULSE NR Defines the pulse number per revolution for encoder 2.
0…65535 Pulses per revolution for encoder 2. 1 = 1
93.12 ENC2 TYPE Selects the type of encoder 2.
For selections, see parameter 93.02 ENC1 TYPE.
93.13 ENC2 SP
CALCMODE
Selects the speed calculation mode for encoder 2.
For selections, see parameter 93.03 ENC1 SP CALCMODE.
93.14 ENC2 POS EST
ENA
Selects whether measured or estimated position is used with
encoder 2.
For selections, see parameter 93.04 ENC1 POS EST ENA.
93.15 NC2 SP EST ENA Selects whether calculated or estimated speed is used with
encoder 2.
For selections, see parameter 93.05 ENC1 SP EST ENA.
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
93.03 = 4 93.03 = 5
Pulse frequency of the
channel(s)
Used mode
0 0 < 2442 Hz
1 1 2442…4884 Hz
2 3 > 4884 Hz
228 Parameters
93.16 ENC2 OSC LIM Activates transient filter for encoder 2. Changes of direction of
rotation are ignored above the selected pulse frequency.
For selections, see parameter 93.06 ENC1 OSC LIM.
93.21 EMUL PULSE NR Defines the number of TTL pulses per revolution used in
encoder emulation.
Encoder emulation is enabled by parameter 90.03 EMUL
MODE SEL.
0…65535 TTL pulses used in encoder emulation. 1 = 1
93.22 EMUL POS REF Selects the source for the position value used in encoder
emulation when parameter 90.03 EMUL MODE SEL is set to
FEN-01 SWref, FEN-11 SWref, FEN-21 SWref or FEN-31
SWref. See parameter group 90 ENC MODULE SEL.
The source can be any actual or reference position value
(except 01.09 ENCODER 1 POS and 01.11 ENCODER 2
POS).
Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.)
93.23 EMUL POS
OFFSET
Defines the zero point for emulated position in relation of the
zero point of the input position (within one revolution). The
input position is selected by parameter 90.03 EMUL MODE
SEL.
For example, if the offset is 0, an emulated zero pulse is
generated each time the input position moves across 0. With
an offset of 0.5, an emulated zero pulse is generated each
time the input position (within one revolution) moves across
0.5.
0.00000
…0.99998 rev
Emulated zero pulse position offset. 100000 =
1 rev
95
95 HW
CONFIGURATION
Miscellaneous hardware-related settings.
95.01 CTRL UNIT
SUPPLY
Defines the manner in which the drive control unit is powered.
Internal 24V The drive control unit is powered from the drive power unit it
is mounted on.
0
External 24V The drive control unit is powered from an external power
supply.
1
95.02 EXTERNAL
CHOKE
Defines if the drive is equipped with an AC choke or not.
NO The drive is not equipped with an AC choke. 0
YES The drive is equipped with an AC choke. 1
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Parameters 229
97
97 USER MOTOR PAR User adjustment of motor model values estimated during ID
run. The values can be entered in either “per unit” or SI.
97.01 USE GIVEN
PARAMS
Activates the motor model parameters 97.02…97.14 and the
rotor angle offset parameter 97.20.
Notes:
• The parameter value is automatically set to zero when ID
run is selected by parameter 99.13 IDRUN MODE. The
values of parameters 97.02…97.14 are updated according
to the motor characteristics identified during the ID run.
• This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is
running.
NoUserPars Parameters 97.02…97.14 inactive. 0
UserMotPars The values of parameters 97.02…97.14 are used in the motor
model.
1
UserPosOffs The value of parameter 97.20 is used as the rotor angle
offset. Parameters 97.02…97.14 are inactive.
AllUserPars The values of parameters 97.02…97.14 are used in the motor
model, and the value of parameter 97.20 is used as the rotor
angle offset.
97.02 RS USER Defines the stator resistance R
S
of the motor model.
0.00000…0.50000
p.u
Stator resistance. 100000 =
1 p.u
97.03 RR USER Defines the rotor resistance R
R
of the motor model.
Note: This parameter is valid only for asynchronous motors.
0.00000…0.50000
p.u
Rotor resistance. 100000 =
1 p.u
97.04 LM USER Defines the main inductance L
M
of the motor model.
Note: This parameter is valid only for asynchronous motors.
0.00000…10.00000
p.u
Main inductance. 100000 =
1 p.u
97.05 SIGMAL USER Defines the leakage inductance σL
S
.
Note: This parameter is valid only for asynchronous motors.
0.00000…10.00000
p.u
Leakage inductance. 100000 =
1 p.u
97.06 LD USER Defines the direct axis (synchronous) inductance.
Note: This parameter is valid only for permanent magnet
motors.
0.00000…10.00000
p.u
Direct axis (synchronous) inductance. 100000 =
1 p.u
97.07 LQ USER Defines the quadrature axis (synchronous) inductance.
Note: This parameter is valid only for permanent magnet
motors.
0.00000…10.00000
p.u
Quadrature axis (synchronous) inductance. 100000 =
1 p.u
97.08 PM FLUX USER Defines the permanent magnet flux.
Note: This parameter is valid only for permanent magnet
motors.
0.00000…2.00000
p.u
Permanent magnet flux. 100000 =
1 p.u
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
230 Parameters
97.09 RS USER SI Defines the stator resistance R
S
of the motor model.
0.00000…
100.00000 Ohm
Stator resistance. 100000 =
1 Ohm
97.10 RR USER SI Defines the rotor resistance R
R
of the motor model.
Note: This parameter is valid only for asynchronous motors.
0.00000
…100.00000 Ohm
Rotor resistance. 100000 =
1 Ohm
97.11 LM USER SI Defines the main inductance L
M
of the motor model.
Note: This parameter is valid only for asynchronous motors.
0.00
…100000.00 mH
Main inductance. 100 = 1 mH
97.12 SIGL USER SI Defines the leakage inductance σL
S
.
Note: This parameter is valid only for asynchronous motors.
0.00
…100000.00 mH
Leakage inductance. 100 = 1 mH
97.13 LD USER SI Defines the direct axis (synchronous) inductance.
Note: This parameter is valid only for permanent magnet
motors.
0.00
…100000.00 mH
Direct axis (synchronous) inductance. 100 = 1 mH
97.14 LQ USER SI Defines the quadrature axis (synchronous) inductance.
Note: This parameter is valid only for permanent magnet
motors.
0.00
…100000.00 mH
Quadrature axis (synchronous) inductance. 100 = 1 mH
97.20 POS OFFSET
USER
Defines an angle offset between the zero position of the
synchronous motor and the zero position of
the position sensor.
Notes:
• The value is in electrical degrees. The electrical angle
equals the mechanical angle multiplied by the number of
motor pole pairs.
• This parameter is valid only for permanent magnet motors.
0…360° Angle offset. 1 = 1°
98
98 MOTOR CALC
VALUES
Calculated motor values.
98.01 TORQ NOM
SCALE
Nominal torque in N•m which corresponds to 100%.
Note: This parameter is copied from parameter 99.12 MOT
NOM TORQUE, if given. Otherwise the value is calculated.
0.000…
2147483.647 N•m
Nominal torque. 1000 = 1 N•m
98.02 POLEPAIRS Calculated number of motor pole pairs.
Note: This parameter cannot be set by the user.
0…1000 Calculated number of motor pole pairs. 1 = 1
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Parameters 231
99
99 START-UP DATA Start-up settings such as language, motor data and motor
control mode.
99.01 LANGUAGE Selects the language.
Note: Not all languages listed below are necessarily
supported.
ENGLISH English. 0809 hex
DEUTSCH German. 0407 hex
ITALIANO Italian. 0410 hex
ESPAÑOL Spanish. 040A hex
SVENSKA Swedish. 041D hex
TÜRKÇE Turkish. 041F hex
RUSSKI Russian 0419 hex
99.04 MOTOR TYPE Selects the motor type.
Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is
running.
AM Asynchronous motor. Three-phase AC voltage supplied
induction motor with a squirrel cage rotor.
0
PMSM Permanent magnet motor. Three-phase AC voltage supplied
synchronous motor with a permanent magnet rotor and
sinusoidal BackEMF voltage.
1
99.05 MOTOR CTRL
MODE
Selects the motor control mode.
DTC (Direct Torque Control) mode is suitable for most
applications.
Scalar control is suitable for special cases where DTC cannot
be applied. In scalar control, the drive is controlled with a
frequency reference. The outstanding motor control accuracy
of DTC cannot be achieved in scalar control. There are some
standard features that are disabled in the scalar control
mode, for example motor identification run (99.13), torque
limits in parameter group 20 LIMITS, DC hold and DC
magnetising (11.04…11.06, 11.01).
Note: Correct motor run requires that the magnetising current
of the motor does not exceed 90 percent of the nominal
current of the inverter.
Note: Scalar control mode must be used
• with multimotor applications 1) if the load is not equally
shared between the motors, 2) if the motors are of different
sizes, or 3) if the motors are going to be changed after the
motor identification,
• if the nominal current of the motor is less than 1/6 of the
nominal output current of the drive, or
• if the drive is used with no motor connected (eg, for test
purposes).
DTC Direct torque control mode. 0
Scalar Scalar control mode. 1
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
232 Parameters
99.06 MOT NOM
CURRENT
Defines the nominal motor current. Must be equal to the value
on the motor rating plate. If several motors are connected to
the inverter, enter the total current of the motors.
Note: Correct motor run requires that the magnetising current
of the motor does not exceed 90 percent of the nominal
current of the inverter.
Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is
running.
0.4…5.0 A Nominal motor current.
Note: The allowed range is 1/6…2 × I
2N
of drive for the direct
control mode (parameter 99.05 MOTOR CTRL MODE =
DTC). For the scalar control mode (parameter 99.05 MOTOR
CTRL MODE = Scalar), the allowed range is 0…2 × I
2N
of
drive.
10 = 1 A
99.07 MOT NOM
VOLTAGE
Defines the nominal motor voltage. Nominal voltage is a
fundamental phase to phase rms voltage, which is supplied to
the motor at the nominal operating point. This parameter
value must be equal to the value on the asynchronous motor
name plate.
Note: Make sure that the motor is connected correctly (star or
delta) in accordance with the rating plate.
Note: With permanent magnet motors, the nominal voltage is
the BackEMF voltage (at motor nominal speed). If the voltage
is given as voltage per rpm, eg, 60 V per 1000 rpm, the
voltage for 3000 rpm nominal speed is 3 × 60 V = 180 V. Note
that the nominal voltage is not equal to the equivalent DC
motor voltage (E.D.C.M.) value given by some motor
manufactures. The nominal voltage can be calculated by
dividing the E.D.C.M. voltage by 1.7 (= square root of 3).
Note: The stress on the motor insulations is always
dependent on the drive supply voltage. This also applies to
the case where the motor voltage rating is lower than the
rating of the drive and the supply of the drive.
Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is
running.
80.0…960.0 V Nominal motor voltage.
Note: The allowed range is 1/6…2 × U
N
of drive.
10 = 1 V
99.08 MOT NOM FREQ Defines the nominal motor frequency.
Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is
running.
5.0…500.0 Hz Nominal motor frequency. 10 = 1 Hz
99.09 MOT NOM SPEED Defines the nominal motor speed. Must be equal to the value
on the motor rating plate. When the parameter value is
changed, check the speed limits in parameter group 20
LIMITS.
Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is
running.
0…30000 rpm Nominal motor speed. 1 = 1 rpm
99.10 MOT NOM POWER Defines the nominal motor power. Must be equal to the value
on the motor rating plate. If several motors are connected to
the inverter, enter the total power of the motors. Set also
parameter 99.11 MOT NOM COSFII.
Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is
running.
0.00…10000.00 kW Nominal motor power. 100 = 1 kW
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Parameters 233
99.11 MOT NOM COSFII Defines the cosphi (not applicable to permanent magnet
motors) for a more accurate motor model. Not obligatory; if
set, should be equal to the value on the motor rating plate.
Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is
running.
0.00…1.00 Cosphi (0 = parameter disabled). 100 = 1
99.12 MOT NOM
TORQUE
Defines the nominal motor shaft torque for a more accurate
motor model. Not obligatory.
Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is
running.
0.000…
2147483.647 N•m
Nominal motor shaft torque. 1000 =
1 N•m
99.13 IDRUN MODE Selects the type of the motor identification performed at the
next start of the drive in the DTC mode. During the
identification, the drive will identify the characteristics of the
motor for optimum motor control. After the ID run, the drive is
stopped. Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the
drive is running.
Once the ID run is activated, it can be cancelled by stopping
the drive: If the ID run has already been performed once, the
parameter is automatically set to No. If no ID run has been
performed yet, the parameter is automatically set to Standstill.
In this case, the ID run must be performed.
Notes:
• ID run can only be performed in local control (ie, when
drive is controlled via the PC tool or control panel).
• ID run cannot be performed if parameter 99.05 MOTOR
CTRL MODE is set to Scalar.
• ID run must be performed every time any of the motor
parameters (99.04, 99.06…99.12) have been changed.
The parameter is automatically set to STANDSTILL after
the motor parameters have been set.
• The motor must be de-coupled from the lift system during
normal or reduced ID run as well as if rotating autophasing
is required (ie, the motor shaft must NOT be locked and
the load torque must be < 10% during the ID run).
• The drive will not control the mechanical brake of the motor
open during the ID run. Ensure by some other means that
the brake will be open if the standard or reduced ID run or
rotating autophasing is required.
• Ensure that possible safe torque off and emergency stop
circuits are closed during the ID run.
No No motor ID run is requested. This mode can be selected
only if the ID run (Normal/Reduced/Standstill) has already
been performed once.
0
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
234 Parameters
Normal Guarantees the best possible control accuracy. The ID run
takes about 90 seconds. This mode should be selected
whenever possible.
Note: The motor must be de-coupled from the lift system
during normal or reduced ID run as well as if rotating
autophasing is required (ie, the motor shaft must NOT be
locked and the load torque must be < 10% during the ID run).
Note: Check the direction of rotation of the motor before
starting the ID run. During the run, the motor will rotate in the
forward direction.
WARNING! The motor will run at up to approx.
50…100% of the nominal speed during the ID run.
ENSURE THAT IT IS SAFE TO RUN THE
MOTOR BEFORE PERFORMING THE ID RUN!
1
Reduced Reduced ID run. This mode should be selected instead of the
Normal ID Run if full flux is required to keep the motor brake
open (conical motor).
With the Reduced ID run, the control in the field weakening
area or at high torques is not necessarily as accurate as with
the Normal ID run. Reduced ID run is completed faster than
the Normal ID Run (< 90 seconds).
Note: The motor must be de-coupled from the lift system
during normal or reduced ID run as well as if rotating
autophasing is required (ie, the motor shaft must NOT be
locked and the load torque must be < 10% during the ID run).
Note: Check the direction of rotation of the motor before
starting the ID run. During the run, the motor will rotate in the
forward direction.
WARNING! The motor will run at up to approx.
50…100% of the nominal speed during the ID run.
ENSURE THAT IT IS SAFE TO RUN THE
MOTOR BEFORE PERFORMING THE ID RUN!
2
Standstill Standstill ID run. The motor is injected with DC current. With
asynchronous motor, the motor shaft is not rotating (with a
permanent magnet motor the shaft can rotate < 0.5
revolution).
Note: This mode should be selected only if the Normal or
Reduced ID run is not possible (the motor cannot be de-
coupled from the lift system).
3
Autophasing During autophasing, the start angle of the motor is
determined. Note that other motor model values are not
updated. See also parameter 11.07 AUTOPHASING MODE
and section Autophasing on page 132.
Notes:
• Autophasing can only be selected after the Normal/
Reduced/Standstill ID run has been performed once.
Autophasing is used when an absolute encoder, a resolver
or an encoder with commutation signals has been added/
changed to a permanent magnet motor and there is no
need to perform the Normal/Reduced/Standstill ID run
again.
• The motor must be de-coupled from the lift system during
normal or reduced ID run as well as if rotating autophasing
is required (ie, the motor shaft must NOT be locked and
the load torque must be < 10% during the ID run).
4
Cur meas cal Current offset and gain measurement calibration. The
calibration will be performed at the next start.
5
No. Name/Value Description FbEq
Additional parameter data 235
Additional parameter data
What this chapter contains
This chapter lists the parameters with some additional data. For parameter
descriptions, see chapter Parameters.
Terms and abbreviations
Term Definition
Actual signal Signal measured or calculated by the drive. Can be monitored by the user.
No user setting is possible.
Bit pointer Bit pointer. A bit pointer can point to a single bit in the value of another
parameter, or be fixed to 0 (C.FALSE) or 1 (C.TRUE).
enum Enumerated list, ie, selection list
INT32 32-bit integer value (31 bits + sign)
No. Parameter number
Pb Packed boolean
PT Parameter protection type. See WP, WPD and WP0.
REAL
REAL24
Save PF Parameter setting is protected against power failure.
Type Data type. See enum, INT32, Bit pointer, Val pointer, Pb, REAL, REAL24,
UINT32.
UINT32 32-bit unsigned integer value
Val pointer Value pointer. Points to the value of another parameter.
16-bit value 16-bit value (31 bits + sign)
= integer value = fractional value
8-bit value 24-bit value (31 bits + sign)
= integer value = fractional value
236 Additional parameter data
WP Write protected parameter (ie, read only)
WPD Write protected parameter while drive is running
WP0 Parameter can only be set to zero.
Term Definition
Additional parameter data 237
Parameter groups 01…09
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01 ACTUAL VALUES
01.01 SPEED ACT REAL -30000.00…30000.00 rpm 250 µs 32 WP -
01.02 SPEED ACT PERC REAL -1000.00…1000.00 % 2 ms 32 WP -
01.03 FREQUENCY REAL -30000.00…30000.00 Hz 2 ms 32 WP -
01.04 CURRENT REAL 0.00…30000.00 A 10 ms 32 WP -
01.05 CURRENT PERC REAL 0.0…1000.0 % 2 ms 16 WP -
01.06 TORQUE REAL -1600.0…1600.0 % 2 ms 16 WP -
01.07 DC-VOLTAGE REAL 0.00…2000.00 V 2 ms 32 WP -
01.08 ENCODER 1 SPEED REAL -32768.00…32768.00 rpm 250 µs 32 WP -
01.09 ENCODER 1 POS REAL24 0.00000000
…1.00000000
rev 250 µs 32 WP -
01.10 ENCODER 2 SPEED REAL -32768.00…32768.00 rpm 250 µs 32 WP -
01.11 ENCODER 2 POS REAL24 0.00000000
…1.00000000
rev 250 µs 32 WP -
01.12 POS ACT REAL -32768.000
…32768.000
* 250 µs 32 WP -
01.13 POS 2ND ENC REAL -32768.000
…32768.000
* 250 µs 32 WP -
01.14 SPEED ESTIMATED REAL -30000.00…30000.00 rpm 2 ms 32 WP -
01.15 TEMP INVERTER REAL24 -40.0…160.0 % 2 ms 16 WP -
01.16 TEMP BC REAL24 -40.0…160.0 % 2 ms 16 WP -
01.17 MOTOR TEMP REAL -10.0…250.0 °C 10 ms 16 WP -
01.18 MOTOR TEMP EST INT32 -60…1000 °C - 16 WP x
01.19 USED SUPPLY VOLT REAL 0.0…1000.0 V 10 ms 16 WP -
01.20 BRAKE RES LOAD REAL24 0…1000 % 50 ms 16 WP -
01.21 CPU USAGE UINT32 0…100 % - 16 WP -
01.22 INVERTER POWER REAL
-32768.00…32768.00
kW 10 ms 32 WP -
01.26 ON TIME COUNTER INT32 0.0…35791394.1 h 10 ms 32 WP0 x
01.27 RUN TIME COUNTER INT32 0.0…35791394.1 h 10 ms 32 WP0 x
01.28 FAN ON-TIME INT32 0.0…35791394.1 h 10 ms 32 WP0 x
02 I/O VALUES
02.01 DI STATUS Pb 0b000000…0b111111 - 2 ms 16 WP -
02.02 RO STATUS Pb 0b000…0b111 - 2 ms 16 WP -
02.03 DIO STATUS Pb 0b000…0b111 - 2 ms 16 WP -
02.04 AI1 REAL -11.000…11.000 V or mA 2 ms 16 WP -
02.05 AI1 SCALED REAL -32768.000
…32768.000
- 250 µs 32 WP -
02.06 AI2 REAL -11.000…11.000 V or mA 2 ms 16 WP -
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02.07 AI2 SCALED REAL -32768.000
…32768.000
- 250 µs 32 WP -
02.08 AO1 REAL 0.000…22.700 mA 2 ms 16 WP -
02.09 AO2 REAL -10.000…10.000 V 2 ms 16 WP -
02.10 DIO2 FREQ IN REAL -32768.000
…32768.000
Hz 2 ms 32 WP -
02.11 DIO3 FREQ OUT REAL -32768.000
…32768.000
Hz 2 ms 32 WP -
02.12 FBA MAIN CW Pb 0x00000000
… 0xFFFFFFFF
- 500 µs 32 WP -
02.13 FBA MAIN SW Pb 0x00000000
… 0xFFFFFFFF
- 500 µs 32 WP -
02.14 FBA MAIN REF1 INT32
-2147483647
…2147483647
- 500 µs 32 WP -
02.15 FBA MAIN REF2 INT32 -2147483647
…2147483647
- 500 µs 32 WP -
02.16 FEN DI STATUS Pb 0b000000…0b111111 - 500 µs 16 WP -
02.17 D2D MAIN CW Pb 0x000…0xFFFF - 500 µs 16 WP
-
02.18 D2D FOLLOWER CW Pb 0x000…0xFFFF - 2 ms 16 WP
-
02.19 D2D REF1 REAL -2147483647
…2147483647
- 500 µs 32 WP
-
02.20 D2D REF2 REAL -2147483647
…2147483647
- 2 ms 32 WP
-
02.80 EXT DIO STATUS Pb 0x0000…0xFFFF - 20 ms 32 WP
-
02.81 EXT RO STATUS Pb 0x0000…0xFFFF - 20 ms 32 WP
-
03 CONTROL VALUES
03.02 SPEED REF2 REAL -30000.00…30000.00 rpm 500 µs 32 WP
-
03.03 SPEEDREF RAMP IN REAL -30000.00…30000.00 rpm 500 µs 32 WP
-
03.04 SPEEDREF RAMPED REAL -30000.00…30000.00 rpm 500 µs 32 WP
-
03.05 SPEEDREF USED REAL -30000.00…30000.00 rpm 250 µs 32 WP
-
03.06 SPEED ERROR FILT REAL -30000.00…30000.00 rpm 250 µs 32 WP
-
03.07 ACC COMP TORQ REAL -1600.0…1600.0 % 250 µs 16 WP
-
03.08 TORQ REF SP CTRL REAL -1600.0…1600.0 % 250 µs 16 WP
-
03.13 TORQ REF TO TC REAL -1600.0…1600.0 % 250 µs 16 WP
-
03.14 BRAKE TORQ MEM REAL -1000.0…1000.0 % 2 ms 16 WP
x
03.15 BRAKE COMMAND enum 0…1 - 2 ms 16 WP
-
03.16 FLUX REF USED REAL24 0…200 % 2 ms 16 WP
-
03.17 TORQUE REF USED REAL -1600.0…1600.0 % 250 µs 32 WP
-
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05 LIFT CTRL SIGNALS
05.01 LIFT SW Pb 0x0000…0xFFFF - 20 ms 32 WP
-
05.02 LIFT FW Pb 0x0000…0xFFFF - 100 ms 32 WP
-
05.03 LIFT SPEED SEL REAL -32768.00…32768.00 m/s 20 ms 32 WP
-
05.04 LOAD ACT TORQ REAL -32768.00…32768.00 % 20 ms 32 WP
-
05.05 ACC COMP TORQ REAL -32768.00…32768.00 % 20 ms 32 WP
-
05.06 STATIC FRIQ TORQ REAL -32768.00…32768.00 % 20 ms 32 WP
-
05.07 DYN FRIQ TORQ REAL -32768.00…32768.00 % 20 ms 32 WP
-
05.08 LIFT SPEED ACT REAL -32768.00…32768.00 m/s 20 ms 32 WP
-
05.09 LIFT SPEED REF REAL -32768.00…32768.00 m/s 20 ms 32 WP
05.10 LVLING DIST ACT REAL -32768.00…32768.00 m 20 ms 32 WP
-
05.11 FLOOR DISTANCE REAL -32768.00…32768.00 m 20 ms 32 WP
-
05.12 EVACUATION DIR enum 0…1 - 20 ms 16 WP
06 DRIVE STATUS
06.01 STATUS WORD 1 Pb 0x0000…0xFFFF - 2 ms 16 WP
-
06.02 STATUS WORD 2 Pb 0x0000…0xFFFF - 2 ms 16 WP
-
06.03 SPEED CTRL STAT Pb 0x0000…0xFFFF - 250 µs 16 WP
-
06.05 LIMIT WORD 1 Pb 0x0000…0xFFFF - 250 µs 16 WP
-
06.07 TORQ LIM STATUS Pb 0x0000…0xFFFF - 250 µs 16 WP
-
06.14 SUPERV STATUS Pb 0b000…0b111 - 2 ms 16 WP
-
08 ALARMS & FAULTS
08.01 ACTIVE FAULT enum 0…65535 - - 16 WP
-
08.02 LAST FAULT enum 0…2147483647 - - 16 WP0
-
08.03 FAULT TIME HI INT32 0…2147483647 days - 32 WP
-
08.04 FAULT TIME LO INT32 00:00:00…
2147483647
time - 32 WP
-
08.05 ALARM WORD 1 UINT32 0x0000…0xFFFF - 2 ms 16 WP0
-
08.06 ALARM WORD 2 UINT32 0x0000…0xFFFF - 2 ms 16 WP0
-
08.07 ALARM WORD 3 UINT32 0x0000…0xFFFF - 2 ms 16 WP0
-
08.08 ALARM WORD 4 UINT32 0x0000…0xFFFF - 2 ms 16 WP0
-
08.09 ALARM WORD 5 UINT32 0x0000…0xFFFF - 2 ms 16 WP0
08.10 ALARM WORD 6 UINT32 0x0000…0xFFFF - 2 ms 16 WP0
09 SYSTEM INFO
09.01 DRIVE TYPE INT32 0…65535 - - 16 WP
-
09.02 DRIVE RATING ID INT32 0…65535 - - 16 WP
-
09.03 FIRMWARE ID Pb 0x00000000…
0xFFFFFFFF
- - 16 WP
-
09.04 FIRMWARE VER Pb 0x0000… 0xFFFF - - 16 WP
-
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09.05 FIRMWARE PATCH Pb 0…4294967295 - - 16 WP
-
09.10 INT LOGIC VER Pb 0x0000… 0xFFFF - - 32 WP
-
09.20 OPTION SLOT 1 INT32 0…24 - - 16 WP
-
09.21 OPTION SLOT 2 INT32 0…24 - - 16 WP
-
09.22 OPTION SLOT 3 INT32 0…23 - - 16 WP
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Parameter groups 10…99
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10 START/STOP
10.01 EXT1 START FUNC enum 0…6 - 2 ms 16 IN1 F IN2R WPD -
10.02 EXT1 START IN1 Bit
pointer
- - 2 ms 32 P.02.01.00 WPD -
10.03 EXT1 START IN2 Bit
pointer
- - 2 ms 32 P.02.01.01 WPD -
10.07 JOG1 START Internally used. Cannot be set by the user. WP -
10.08 FAULT RESET SEL Internally used. Cannot be set by the user. WP -
10.09 RUNENABLE Internally used. Cannot be set by the user. WP -
10.10 EM STOP OFF3 Internally used. Cannot be set by the user. WP -
10.11 EM STOP OFF1 Bit
pointer
- - 2 ms 32 C.TRUE WPD -
10.12 START INHIBIT enum 0…1 - 2 ms 16 Disabled -
10.13 FB CW USED Val
pointer
- - 2 ms 32 P.02.12 WPD -
10.14 JOG2 START Internally used. Cannot be set by the user. WP -
10.15 JOG ENABLE Internally used. Cannot be set by the user. WP -
10.16 D2D CW USED Val
pointer
- - 2 ms 32 P.02.17 WPD -
10.17 START ENABLE Internally used. Cannot be set by the user. WP -
10.80 SLOWDOWN SEL enum 0…3 - 20 ms 16 NOT SEL - -
10.81 SLOWDOWN IN1 Bit
pointer
- - 20 ms 32 C.TRUE - -
10.82 SLOWDOWN IN2 Bit
pointer
- - 20 ms 32 C.TRUE - -
10.85 SLOWDOWN
SPEED
REAL 0.00…25.00 m/s 20 ms 32 0.25 - -
10.86 UPPER F LIM SWC Bit
pointer
- - 20 ms 32 C.TRUE - -
10.87 LOWER F LIM SWC Bit
pointer
- - 20 ms 32 C.TRUE - -
10.88 LIFT RUN ENABLE Bit
pointer
- - 20 ms 32 C.TRUE - -
10.89 EVACUATION
MODE
Bit
pointer
- - 100 ms 32 C.FALSE - -
10.90 EVACUATION
AUTO
Bit
pointer
- - 20 ms 32 C.FALSE - -
10.91 FLOOR LIM
SWITCH
Bit
pointer
- - 20 ms 32 C.FALSE - -
10.92 INSPECTION
MODE
Bit
pointer
- - 20 ms 32 C.FALSE - -
10.93 INSPECTION UP Bit
pointer
- - 100 ms 32 C.FALSE - -
242 Additional parameter data
10.94 INSPECTION
DOWN
Bit
pointer
- - 100 ms 32 C.FALSE - -
10.95 LIFT CW UINT32 0x000…0xFFFF - 20 ms 32 0x0000
(hex)
- -
11 START/STOP MODE
11.01 START MODE enum 0…2 - - 16 Const time WPD -
11.02 DC MAGN TIME UINT32 0…10000 ms - 16 500 WPD -
11.03 STOP MODE enum 1…2 - 2 ms 16 Ramp - -
11.04 DC HOLD SPEED REAL 0.0…1000.0 rpm 2 ms 16 5.0 - -
11.05 DC HOLD CUR REF UINT32 0…100 % 2 ms 16 30 - -
11.06 DC HOLD enum 0…1 - 2 ms 16 Disabled - -
11.07 AUTOPHASING
MODE
enum 0…2 - - 16 Turning - -
12 DIGITAL IO
12.01 DIO1 CONF enum 0…1 - 10 ms 16 Input - -
12.02 DIO2 CONF enum 0…2 - 10 ms 16 Output - -
12.03 DIO3 CONF enum 0…3 - 10 ms 16 Output - -
12.04 DIO1 OUT PTR Bit
pointer
- - 10 ms 32 C.FALSE - -
12.05 DIO2 OUT PTR Bit
pointer
- - 10 ms 32 P.06.01.00 - -
12.06 DIO3 OUT PTR Bit
pointer
- - 10 ms 32 P.06.01.10 - -
12.07 DIO3 F OUT PTR Val
pointer
- - 10 ms 32 P.01.01 - -
12.08 DIO3 F MAX REAL 3…32768 Hz 10 ms 16 1000 - -
12.09 DIO3 F MIN REAL 3…32768 Hz 10 ms 16 3 - -
12.10 DIO3 F MAX SCALE REAL 0…32768 - 10 ms 16 1500 - -
12.11 DIO3 F MIN SCALE REAL 0…32768 - 10 ms 16 0 - -
12.12 RO1 OUT PTR Bit
pointer
- - 10 ms 32 P.03.15.00 - -
12.13 DI INVERT MASK UINT32 0b000000…
0b111111
- 10 ms 16 0b000000
(bin)
- -
12.14 DIO2 F MAX REAL 3…32768 Hz 10 ms 16 1000 - -
12.15 DIO2 F MIN REAL 3…32768 Hz 10 ms 16 3 - -
12.16 DIO2 F MAX SCALE REAL -32768… 32768 - 10 ms 16 1500 - -
12.17 DIO2 F MIN SCALE REAL -32768… 32768 - 10 ms 16 0 - -
12.80 EXT IO SEL enum 0…1 - 20 ms 16 None - -
12.81 EXT IO DIO1 CONF enum 0…1 - 20 ms 16 Input - -
12.82 EXT IO DIO2 CONF enum 0…1 - 20 ms 16 Input - -
12.83 EXT IO DIO3 CONF enum 0…1 - 20 ms 16 Input - -
12.84 EXT IO DIO4 CONF enum 0…1 - 20 ms 16 Input - -
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12.85 EXT DIO1 OUT PTR Bit
pointer
- - 20 ms 32 C.FALSE - -
12.86 EXT DIO2 OUT PTR Bit
pointer
- - 20 ms 32 C.FALSE - -
12.87 EXT DIO3 OUT PTR Bit
pointer
- - 20 ms 32 C.FALSE - -
12.88 EXT DIO4 OUT PTR Bit
pointer
- - 20 ms 32 C.FALSE - -
12.89 EXT RO1 OUT PTR Bit
pointer
- - 20 ms 32 C.FALSE - -
12.90 EXT RO2 OUT PTR Bit
pointer
- - 20 ms 32 C.FALSE - -
13 ANALOGUE INPUTS
13.01 AI1 FILT TIME REAL 0.000…30.000 s 10 ms 16 0.000 - -
13.02 AI1 MAX REAL -11.000…11.000 /
-22.000…22.000
V or
mA
10 ms 16 10.000 - -
13.03 AI1 MIN REAL -11.000…11.000 /
-22.000…22.000
V or
mA
10 ms 16 -10.000 - -
13.04 AI1 MAX SCALE REAL -32768.000
…32768.000
- 10 ms 32 1500.000 - -
13.05 AI1 MIN SCALE REAL -32768.000
…32768.000
- 10 ms 32 -1500.000 - -
13.06 AI2 FILT TIME REAL 0.000…30.000 s 10 ms 16 0.000 - -
13.07 AI2 MAX REAL -11.000…11.000 /
-22.000…22.000
V or
mA
10 ms 16 10.000 - -
13.08 AI2 MIN REAL -11.000…11.000 /
-22.000…22.000
V or
mA
10 ms 16 -10.000 - -
13.09 AI2 MAX SCALE REAL -32768.000
…32768.000
- 10 ms 32 100.000 - -
13.10 AI2 MIN SCALE REAL -32768.000
…32768.000
- 10 ms 32 -100.000 - -
13.11 AITUNE enum 0…4 - 10 ms 16 No action - -
13.12 AI SUPERVISION enum 0…3 - 2 ms 16 No - -
13.13 AI SUPERVIS ACT UINT32 0b0000…0b1111 - 2 ms 32 0b0000
(bin)
- -
15 ANALOGUE OUTPUTS
15.01 AO1 PTR Val
pointer
- - - 32 P.01.05 - -
15.02 AO1 FILT TIME REAL 0.000…30.000 s 10 ms 16 0.100 - -
15.03 AO1 MAX REAL 0.000…22.700 mA 10 ms 16 20.000 - -
15.04 AO1 MIN REAL 0.000…22.700 mA 10 ms 16 4.000 - -
15.05 AO1 MAX SCALE REAL -32768.000
…32768.000
- 10 ms 32 100.000 - -
15.06 AO1 MIN SCALE REAL -32768.000
…32768.000
- 10 ms 32 0.000 - -
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15.07 AO2 PTR Val
pointer
- - - 32 P.01.02 - -
15.08 AO2 FILT TIME REAL 0.000…30.000 s 10 ms 16 0.100 - -
15.09 AO2 MAX REAL -10.000…10.000 V 10 ms 16 10.000 - -
15.10 AO2 MIN REAL -10.000…10.000 V 10 ms 16 -10.000 - -
15.11 AO2 MAX SCALE REAL -32768.000
…32768.000
- 10 ms 32 100.000 - -
15.12 AO2 MIN SCALE REAL -32768.000
…32768.000
- 10 ms 32 -100.000 - -
16 SYSTEM
16.01 LOCAL LOCK Bit
pointer
- - 2 ms 32 C.FALSE - -
16.02 PARAMETER LOCK enum 0…2 - 2 ms 16 Open - -
16.03 PASS CODE INT32 0…2147483647 - - 32 0 - -
16.04 PARAM RESTORE enum 0…2 - - 16 Done WPD -
16.07 PARAM SAVE enum 0…1 - - 16 Done - -
16.09 USER SET SEL enum 1…10 - - 32 No request WPD -
16.10 USER SET LOG Pb 0…4294967295 - - 32 N/A WP -
16.11 USER IO SET LO Bit
pointer
- - - 32 C.FALSE - -
16.12 USER IO SET HI Bit
pointer
- - - 32 C.FALSE - -
16.13 TIME SOURCE
PRIO
enum 0…8 - - 16 FB_D2D_MMI - -
17 PANEL DISPLAY
17.01 SIGNAL1 PARAM Val
pointer
0.0…255.255 - - 16 05.08 - -
17.02 SIGNAL2 PARAM Val
pointer
0.0…255.255 - - 16 05.09 - -
17.03 SIGNAL3 PARAM Val
pointer
0.0…255.255 - - 16 01.06 - -
20 LIMITS
20.01 MAXIMUM SPEED REAL 0…30000 rpm 2 ms 32 1500 - -
20.02 MINIMUM SPEED REAL -30000…0 rpm 2 ms 32 -1500 - -
20.03 POS SPEED ENA Internally used. Cannot be set by the user. WP -
20.04 NEG SPEED ENA Internally used. Cannot be set by the user. WP -
20.05 MAXIMUM
CURRENT
REAL 0.00…30000.00 A 10 ms 32 7.07 - -
20.06 MAXIMUM
TORQUE
REAL 0.0…1600.0 % 2 ms 16 300 - -
20.07 MINIMUM TORQUE REAL -1600.0…0.0 % 2 ms 16 -300 - -
20.08 THERM CURR LIM enum 0…1 - - 16 Enable - -
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22 SPEED FEEDBACK
22.01 SPEED FB SEL enum 0…2 - 10 ms 16 Estimated - -
22.02 SPEED ACT FTIME REAL 0.000
…10000.000
ms 10 ms 32 3.000 - -
22.03 MOTOR GEAR MUL INT32 -2147483647
…2147483647
- 10 ms 32 1 - -
22.04 MOTOR GEAR DIV UINT32 1…2147483647 - 10 ms 32 1 - -
22.05 ZERO SPEED LIMIT REAL 0.00…30000.00 rpm 2 ms 32 30.00 - -
22.06 ZERO SPEED
DELAY
UINT32 0…30000 ms 2 ms 16 100 - -
22.07 ABOVE SPEED LIM REAL 0…30000 rpm 2 ms 16 1500 - -
22.08 SPEED
TRIPMARGIN
REAL 0.0…10000.0 rpm 2 ms 32 100.0 - -
22.09 SPEED FB FAULT enum 0…2 - 10 ms 16 Fault - -
24 SPEED REF MOD
24.02 SPEED REF2 SEL enum 0…8 - 10 ms 16 ZERO - -
24.03 SPEED REF1 IN Internally used. Cannot be set by the user. WP -
24.04 SPEED REF2 IN Val
pointer
- - 10 ms 32 P.03.02 - -
24.05 SPEED REF 1/2SEL Bit
pointer
- - 2 ms 32 C.FALSE - -
25 SPEED REF RAMP
25.01 SPEED RAMP IN Internally used. Cannot be set by the user. WP -
25.02 SPEED SCALING Internally used. Cannot be set by the user. WP -
25.11 EM STOP TIME REAL 0.000…1800.000 s 20 ms 32 1.000 - -
25.80 ACC/DEC SEL Bit
pointer
- - 20 ms 32 C.FALSE - -
25.81 ACC1 REAL 0.01…25.00 m/s
2
20 ms 32 0.80 - -
25.82 DEC1 REAL 0.01…25.00 m/s
2
20 ms 32 0.80 - -
25.83 ACC2 REAL 0.01…25.00 m/s
2
20 ms 32 0.80 - -
25.84 DEC2 REAL 0.01…25.00 m/s
2
20 ms 32 0.80 - -
25.85 INSPECT MODE
ACC
REAL 0.01…25.00 m/s
2
20 ms 32 0.80 - -
25.86 INSPECT MODE
DEC
REAL 0.01…25.00 m/s
2
20 ms 32 0.80 - -
25.87 EVAC MODE ACC REAL 0.01…25.00 m/s
2
20 ms 32 0.20 - -
25.88 EVAC MODE DEC REAL 0.01…25.00 m/s
2
20 ms 32 0.20 - -
25.89 RELEVELING DEC REAL 0.01…25.00 m/s
2
20 ms 32 0.40 - -
25.90 JERK DISABLE Bit
pointer
- - 100 ms 32 C.FALSE - -
25.91 JERK1 REAL 0.01…100.00 m/s
3
20 ms 32 1.00 - -
25.92 JERK2 REAL 0.01…100.00 m/s
3
20 ms 32 1.50 - -
25.93 JERK3 REAL 0.01…100.00 m/s
3
20 ms 32 1.50 - -
25.94 JERK4 REAL 0.01…100.00 m/s
3
20 ms 32 0.80 - -
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25.95 JERK5 REAL 0.01…100.00 m/s
3
20 ms 32 0.40 - -
25.96 JERK6 REAL 0.01…100.00 m/s
3
20 ms 32 0.40 - -
25.97 JERK7 REAL 0.01…100.00 m/s
3
20 ms 32 0.40 - -
26 SPEED ERROR
26.05 SPEED STEP REAL -30000.00
…30000.00
rpm 2 ms 32 0.00 - -
26.06 SPD ERR FTIME REAL 0.0…1000.0 ms 2 ms 16 0.0 - -
26.07 SPEED WINDOW REAL 0…30000 rpm 250 µs 16 10 - -
28 SPEED CONTROL
28.01 SPEED ERR
NCTRL
Val
pointer
- - 2 ms 32 P.03.06 WP -
28.02 PROPORT GAIN REAL 0.00…200.00 - 2 ms 16 10.00 - -
28.03 INTEGRATION
TIME
REAL 0.000…600.000 s 2 ms 32 0.500 - -
28.04 DERIVATION TIME REAL 0.000…10.000 s 2 ms 16 0.000 - -
28.05 DERIV FILT TIME REAL 0.0…1000.0 ms 2 ms 16 8.0 - -
28.06 ACC
COMPENSATION
Internally used. Cannot be set by the user. WP -
28.09 SPEEDCTRL BAL
EN
Internally used. Cannot be set by the user. WP -
28.10 MIN TORQ SP
CTRL
REAL -1600.0…1600.0 % 2 ms 16 -300.0 - -
28.11 MAX TORQ SP
CTRL
REAL -1600.0…1600.0 % 2 ms 16 300.0 - -
28.12 PI ADAPT MAX
SPD
REAL 0…30000 rpm 10 ms 16 0 - -
28.13 PI ADAPT MIN SPD REAL 0…30000 rpm 10 ms 16 0 - -
28.14 P GAIN ADPT
COEF
REAL 0.000…10.000 - 10 ms 16 1.000 - -
28.15 I TIME ADPT COEF REAL 0.000…10.000 - 10 ms 16 1.000 - -
33 SUPERVISION
33.01 SUPERV1 FUNC UINT32 0…4 - 2 ms 16 Disabled - -
33.02 SUPERV1 ACT Val
pointer
- - 2 ms 32 P.01.01 - -
33.03 SUPERV1 LIM HI REAL -32768.00…
32768.00
- 2 ms 32 0.00 - -
33.04 SUPERV1 LIM LO REAL -32768.00…
32768.00
- 2 ms 32 0.00 - -
33.05 SUPERV2 FUNC UINT32 0…4 - 2 ms 16 Disabled - -
33.06 SUPERV2 ACT Val
pointer
- - 2 ms 32 P.01.04 - -
33.07 SUPERV2 LIM HI REAL -32768.00…
32768.00
- 2 ms 32 0.00 - -
33.08 SUPERV2 LIM LO REAL -32768.00…
32768.00
- 2 ms 32 0.00 - -
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33.09 SUPERV3 FUNC UINT32 0…4 - 2 ms 16 Disabled - -
33.10 SUPERV3 ACT Val
pointer
- - 2 ms 32 P.01.06 - -
33.11 SUPERV3 LIM HI REAL -32768.00…
32768.00
- 2 ms 32 0.00 - -
33.12 SUPERV3 LIM LO REAL -32768.00…
32768.00
- 2 ms 32 0.00 - -
35 MECH BRAKE CTRL
35.01 BRAKE CONTROL enum 0…2 - 2 ms 16 NO WPD -
35.02 BRAKE ACKNOWL Bit
pointer
- - 2 ms 32 C.FALSE WPD -
35.03 BRAKE OPEN
DELAY
UINT32 0.00…5.00 s 2 ms 16 0.10 - -
35.04 BRAKE CLOSE DLY UINT32 0.00…60.00 s 2 ms 16 0.50 - -
35.05 BRAKE CLOSE
SPD
REAL 0.0…1000.0 rpm 2 ms 16 30.0 - -
35.07 BRAKE CLOSE
REQ
Bit
pointer
- - 2 ms 32 C.FALSE WPD -
35.08 BRAKE OPEN
HOLD
Internally used. Cannot be set by the user. WP -
35.09 BRAKE FAULT
FUNC
enum 0…2 - 2 ms 16 FAULT - -
35.80 BRK OPEN TRQ
SEL
Val
pointer
- - 100 ms 32 BRK OPEN
TRQ
(P. 35.81)
- -
35.81 BRAKE OPEN
TORQ
REAL 0.0…300.0 % 20 ms 32 0.0 - -
35.82 TORQUE PROVING enum 0…1 - 20 ms 16 DISABLED - -
35.83 TORQ PROVING
REF
REAL 0.0…100.0 % 20 ms 32 30.0 - -
35.84 TRQ PROV FLT
DLY
REAL 0.0…10.0 s 20 ms 32 1.0 - -
35.85 SLIP SPEED LIM REAL 0.00…5.00 m/s 20 ms 32 0.05 - -
35.86 SLIP FAULT DELAY REAL 0.0…10.0 s 20 ms 32 0.5 - -
35.87 TORQUE LIMITER enum 0…1 - 20 ms 16 DISABLED - -
35.88 TRQ LIMITER DLY REAL 0.1…2.0 s 20 ms 32 0.3 - -
35.89 TRQ LIMITER
RAMP
REAL 0.0…2.0 s 20 ms 32 0.3 - -
40 MOTOR CONTROL
40.02 SF REF enum 0…16 kHz - 16 4 - -
40.03 SLIP GAIN REAL 0…200 % - - 100 - -
40.06 FORCE OPEN
LOOP
enum 0…1 - 250 µs 16 FALSE - -
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45 MOT THERM PROT
45.01 MOT TEMP PROT enum 0…2 - 10 ms 16 Fault - -
45.02 MOT TEMP
SOURCE
enum 0…6 - 10 ms 16 ESTIMATED - -
45.03 MOT TEMP ALM
LIM
INT32 0…200 °C - 16 90 - -
45.04 MOT TEMP FLT LIM INT32 0…200 °C - 16 110 - -
45.05 AMBIENT TEMP INT32 -60…100 °C - 16 20 - -
45.06 MOT LOAD CURVE INT32 50…150 % - 16 100 - -
45.07 ZERO SPEED
LOAD
INT32 50…150 % - 16 100 - -
45.08 BREAK POINT INT32 0.01…500.00 Hz - 16 45.00 - -
45.09 MOTNOM TEMP
RISE
INT32 0…300 °C - 16 80 - -
45.10 MOT THERM TIME INT32 100…10000 s - 16 256 - -
46 FAULT FUNCTIONS
46.01 EXTERNAL FAULT Bit
pointer
- - 2 ms 16 C.TRUE - -
46.02 SPEED REF SAFE REAL -30000…30000 rpm 2 ms 16 0 - -
46.03 LOCAL CTRL LOSS enum 0…3 - - 16 Fault - -
46.04 MOT PHASE LOSS enum 0…1 - 2 ms 16 Fault - -
46.05 EARTH FAULT enum 0…2 - - 16 Fault - -
46.06 SUPPL PHS LOSS enum 0…1 - 2 ms 16 Fault - -
46.07 STO DIAGNOSTIC enum 1…4 - 10 ms 16 Fault - -
46.08 CROSS
CONNECTION
enum 0…1 - - 16 Fault - -
46.80 FAULT RESET Bit
pointer
- - 100 ms 32 DIO STATUS. 0
(P.02.03.00)
- -
46.81 AUTORESET
TRIALS
UINT32 0…5 - 20 ms 32 0 - -
46.82 AUTORST TRL
TIME
REAL 1.0…600.0 s 20 ms 32 30.0 - -
46.83 AUTORESET
DELAY
REAL 0.0…120.0 s 20 ms 32 0.0 - -
46.84 AUTORESET SEL Pb 0x0000…0xFFFF - 20 ms 32 0x0000
(hex)
- -
47 VOLTAGE CTRL
47.02 UNDERVOLT CTRL enum 0…1 - 10 ms 16 Enable - -
47.03 SUPPLVOLTAUTO-
ID
enum 0…1 - 10 ms 16 Enable - -
47.04 SUPPLY VOLTAGE REAL 0.0…1000.0 V 2 ms 16 400.0 - -
47.05 LOW VOLT MOD
ENA
Bit
pointer
- - - 32 C.FALSE - -
47.06 LOW VOLT DC MIN REAL 250.0…450.0 V 10 ms 16 250.0 - -
47.07 LOW VOLT DC MAX REAL 350.0…810.0 V 10 ms 16 810.0 - -
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47.08 EXT PU SUPPLY Bit
pointer
- - - 32 C.FALSE - -
48 BRAKE CHOPPER
48.01 BC ENABLE enum 0…2 - - 16 Disable - -
48.02 BC RUN-TIME ENA Bit
pointer
- 2 ms 32 C.TRUE - -
48.03 BRTHERMTIMECO
NST
REAL24 0…10000 s - 32 0 - -
48.04 BR POWER MAX
CNT
REAL24 0.0…10000.0 kW - 32 0.0 - -
48.05 R BR REAL24 0.1…1000.0 Ohm - 32 120.0 - -
48.06 BR TEMP
FAULTLIM
REAL24 0…150 % - 16 105 - -
48.07 BR TEMP
ALARMLIM
REAL24 0…150 % - 16 95 - -
50 FIELDBUS
50.01 FBA ENABLE enum 0…1 - - 16 Disable - -
50.02 COMM LOSS FUNC enum 0…3 - - 16 No - -
50.03 COMM LOSS T
OUT
UINT32 0.3…6553.5 s - 16 0.3 - -
50.04 FBA REF1
MODESEL
enum 0…2 - 10 ms 16 Speed - -
50.05 FBA REF2
MODESEL
enum 0…2 - 10 ms 16 Position - -
50.06 FBA ACT1 TR SRC Val
pointer
- - 10 ms 32 P.01.01 - -
50.07 FBA ACT2 TR SRC Val
pointer
- - 10 ms 32 P.01.06 - -
50.08 FBA SW B12 SRC Bit
pointer
- - 500 µs 32 C.FALSE - -
50.09 FBA SW B13 SRC Bit
pointer
- - 500 µs 32 C.FALSE - -
50.10 FBA SW B14 SRC Bit
pointer
- - 500 µs 32 C.FALSE - -
50.11 FBA SW B15 SRC Bit
pointer
- - 500 µs 32 C.FALSE - -
52 FBA DATA IN
51.01 FBA TYPE UINT32 0…65535 - - 16 0 - -
51.02 FBA PAR2 UINT32 0…65535 - - 16 0 - x
… … … … … - …. … - -
51.26 FBA PAR26 UINT32 0…65535 - - 16 0 - x
51.27 FBA PAR REFRESH UINT32 0…1 - - 16 DONE WPD x
51.28 PAR TABLE VER UINT32 0x0000...0xFFFF - - 16 0x0000
(hex)
- x
51.29 DRIVE TYPE CODE UINT32 0…65535 - - 16 0 - x
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51.30 MAPPING FILE
VER
UINT32 0…65535 - - 16 0 - x
51.31 D2FBA COMM STA UINT32 0…6 - - 16 IDLE - x
51.32 FBA COMM SW
VER
UINT32 0x0000...0xFFFF - - 16 0x0000
(hex)
- x
51.33 FBA APPL SW VER UINT32 0x0000...0xFFFF - - 16 0x0000
(hex)
- x
52 FBA DATA IN
52.01 FBA DATA IN1 UINT32 0…9999 - - 16 0 - x
… … … … … - … … - -
52.12 FBA DATA IN12 UINT32 0…9999 - - 16 0 - x
53 FBA DATA OUT
53.01 FBA DATA OUT1 UINT32 0…9999 - - 16 0 - x
… … … … … - … … - -
53.12 FBA DATA OUT12 UINT32 0…9999 - - 16 0 - x
55 COMMUNICATION TOOL
55.01 MDB STATION ID UINT32 1…247 - - 16 1 - -
55.02 MDB BAUD RATE UINT32 0…4 - - 16 Auto - -
55.03 MDB PARITY UINT32 0…3 - - 16 0 - -
57 D2D COMMUNICATION
57.01 LINK MODE UINT32 0…2 - 10 ms 16 Disabled WPD -
57.02 COMM LOSS FUNC UINT32 0…2 - 10 ms 16 Alarm - -
57.03 NODE ADDRESS UINT32 1…62 - 10 ms 16 1 WPD -
57.04 FOLLOWER MASK
1
UINT32 0x00000000…
0xFFFFFFFF
- 10 ms 32 0x00000000
(hex)
WPD -
57.05 FOLLOWER MASK
2
UINT32 0x00000000…
0xFFFFFFFF
- 10 ms 32 0x00000000
(hex)
WPD -
57.06 REF 1 SRC Val
pointer
- - 10 ms 32 P.03.04 - -
57.07 REF 2 SRC Val
pointer
- - 10 ms 32 P.03.13 - -
57.08 FOLLOWER CW
SRC
Val
pointer
- - 10 ms 32 P.02.18 - -
57.09 KERNEL SYNC
MODE
enum 0…3 - 10 ms 16 NoSync WPD -
57.10 KERNEL SYNC
OFFS
REAL -4.999…5.000 ms 10 ms 16 0.000 WPD -
57.11 REF 1 MSG TYPE UINT32 0…1 - 10 ms 16 Broadcast - -
57.12 REF1 MC GROUP UINT32 0…62 - 10 ms 16 0 - -
57.13 NEXT REF1 MC
GRP
UINT32 0…62 - 10 ms 16 0 - -
57.14 NR REF1 MC GRPS UINT32 1…62 - 10 ms 16 1 - -
57.15 D2D COMM PORT UINT32 0…3 - - 16 on-board WPD -
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60 POS FEEDBACK
60.01 POS ACT SEL enum 0…1 - 10 ms 16 ENC1 - -
60.02 POS AXIS MODE enum 0…1 - 2 ms 16 Linear WPD -
60.03 LOAD GEAR MUL INT32 -2147483647
…2147483647
- 2 ms 32 1 - -
60.04 LOAD GEAR DIV UINT32 1…2147483647 - 2 ms 32 1 - -
60.05 POS UNIT enum 0…3 - 10 ms 16 Meter - -
60.06 FEED CONST MUL UINT32 1…2147483647 - 10 ms 32 1 - -
60.07 FEED CONST DEN UINT32 1…2147483647 - 10 ms 32 1 - -
80 LIFT SPEED REF
80.01 NOMINAL SPEED REAL 0.00…25.00 m/s 20 ms 32 1.00 - -
80.02 GEAR RATIO REAL 0.001…1000.000 - 20 ms 32 1.000 - -
80.03 SHEAVE
DIAMETER
REAL 1…10000 mm 20 ms 32 500 - -
80.04 ROPING RATIO REAL 1…8 - 20 ms 32 1 - -
80.05 SPEED REF SEL1 Bit
pointer
- - 20 ms 32 DI STATUS.3
(P.02.01.03)
- -
80.06 SPEED REF SEL2 Bit
pointer
- - 20 ms 32 DI STATUS.4
(P.02.01.04)
- -
80.07 SPEED REF SEL3 Bit
pointer
- - 20 ms 32 DI STATUS.5
(P.02.01.05)
- -
80.08 SPEED1 A factory-set zero speed reference (0 m/s).
Cannot be set by the user.
WP -
80.09 LEVELING SPEED REAL 0.00…25.00 m/s 20 ms 32 0.25 - -
80.10 RELVL SPEED SEL enum 0…2 - 100 ms 16 PAR 80.11 - -
80.11 RELEVELING
SPEED
REAL 0.00…25.00 m/s 20 ms 32 0.10 - -
80.12 MEDIUM SPEED REAL 0.00…25.00 m/s 20 ms 32 0.50 - -
80.13 INSPECTION
SPEED
REAL 0.00…25.00 m/s 20 ms 32 0.25 - -
80.14 EVACUATION
SPEED
REAL 0.00…25.00 m/s 20 ms 32 0.10 - -
80.15 SPEED2 REAL 0.00…25.00 m/s 20 ms 32 0.40 - -
80.16 SPEED3 REAL 0.00…25.00 m/s 20 ms 32 0.60 - -
80.17 OFF DLY SPD LIM REAL 0.00…25.00 m/s 20 ms 32 0.00 - -
80.18 SPEED2 OFF DLY REAL 0.0…5.0 s 20 ms 32 0.0 - -
80.19 MED SPD OFF DLY REAL 0.0…5.0 s 20 ms 32 0.0 - -
80.20 NOM SPD OFF DLY REAL 0.0…5.0 s 20 ms 32 0.0 - -
80.21 SPEED3 OFF DLY REAL 0.0…5.0 s 20 ms 32 0.0 - -
81 LIFT SUPERVISION
81.01 INV OVERLOAD
SEL
Pb 0x0000…0xFFFF - 20 ms 32 0x0000
(hex)
- -
81.02 INV OVERLOAD
DLY
REAL 0.0…5.0 s 20 ms 32 0.5 - -
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81.03 SPEED MATCH enum 0…1 - 20 ms 16 DISABLED - -
81.04 SPD STD DEV LVL REAL 0.00…10.00 m/s 20 ms 32 0.10 - -
81.05 SPD RMP DEV LVL REAL 0.00…10.00 m/s 20 ms 32 0.20 - -
81.06 SPEED MATCH DLY REAL 0.0…10.0 s 20 ms 32 1.0 - -
81.07 STALL TORQ MAX REAL 0.0…250.0 % 20 ms 32 70.0 - -
81.08 STALL TORQ MIN REAL -250.0…0.0 % 20 ms 32 -70.0 - -
81.09 STALL SPEED LIM REAL 0.00…25.00 m/s 20 ms 32 0.00 - -
81.10 STALL FAULT DLY REAL 0.0…5.0 s 20 ms 32 2.0 - -
81.11 LVL MAX TIME REAL 0.0…25.0 s 20 ms 32 0.0 - -
82 TORQUE COMP
82.01 STATIC FRIC TRQ REAL 0.00…200.00 % 20 ms 32 0.00 - -
82.02 DYN FRIC SPEED1 REAL 0.00…25.00 m/s 20 ms 32 0.30 - -
82.03 DYN FRIC SPEED2 REAL 0.00…25.00 m/s 20 ms 32 0.60 - -
82.04 DYN FRIC SPEED3 REAL 0.00…25.00 m/s 20 ms 32 1.00 - -
82.05 DYN FRIC TORQ1 REAL 0.00…100.00 % 20 ms 32 0.00 - -
82.06 DYN FRIC TORQ2 REAL 0.00…100.00 % 20 ms 32 0.00 - -
82.07 DYN FRIC TORQ3 REAL 0.00…100.00 % 20 ms 32 0.00 - -
82.08 LOAD WEIGHT SEL Val
pointer
- - 100 ms 32 AI1 SCALED
(P. 02.05)
- -
82.09 INERTIA COMP EN enum 0…1 - 20 ms 16 DISABLED - -
82.10 MOMENT OF
INERT
REAL 0.0000
…32767.0000
kgm
2
20 ms 32 0.0000 - -
82.11 WEIGHT NO LOAD REAL 0.00…32767.00 - 20 ms 32 0.00 - -
82.12 WEIGHT HALF
LOAD
REAL 0.00…32767.00 - 20 ms 32 0.00 - -
82.13 WEIGHT FULL
LOAD
REAL 0.00…32767.00 - 20 ms 32 0.00 - -
82.14 TORQUE NO LOAD REAL -300.00…300.00 % 20 ms 32 0.00 - -
82.15 TORQUE HALF
LOAD
REAL -300.00…300.00 % 20 ms 32 0.00 - -
82.16 TORQUE FULL
LOAD
REAL -300.00…300.00 % 20 ms 32 0.00 - -
83 SMART SLOWDOWN
83.01 SMART SLOWDN
SEL
enum 0…2 - 20 ms 16 NOT SEL - -
83.02 LV STOP SWC DIST REAL 0.00…100.00 m 20 ms 32 0.00 - -
83.03 SAFETY MARGIN REAL 0.00…100.00 % 20 ms 32 0.00 - -
90 ENC MODULE SEL
90.01 ENCODER 1 SEL enum 0…7 - - 16 None - -
90.02 ENCODER 2 SEL enum 0…7 - - 16 None - -
90.03 EMUL MODE SEL enum 0…11 - - 16 Disabled - -
90.04 TTL ECHO SEL enum 0…5 - - 16 Disabled - -
90.05 ENC CABLE FAULT UINT32 0…2 - - 16 Fault - -
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90.10 ENC PAR
REFRESH
UINT32 0…1 - - 16 Done WPD -
91 ABSOL ENC CONF
91.01 SINE COSINE NR UINT32 0…65535 - - 16 0 - -
91.02 ABS ENC INTERF UINT32 0…5 - - 16 None - -
91.03 REV COUNT BITS UINT32 0…32 - - 16 0 - -
91.04 POS DATA BITS UINT32 0…32 - - 16 0 - -
91.05 REFMARK ENA UINT32 0…1 - - 16 FALSE - -
91.10 HIPERFACE
PARITY
UINT32 0…1 - - 16 Odd - -
91.11 HIPERF
BAUDRATE
UINT32 0…3 - - 16 9600 - -
91.12 HIPERF NODE
ADDR
UINT32 0…255 - - 16 64 - -
91.20 SSI CLOCK
CYCLES
UINT32 2…127 - - 16 2 - -
91.21 SSI POSITION MSB UINT32 1…126 - - 16 1 - -
91.22 SSI REVOL MSB UINT32 1…126 - - 16 1 - -
91.23 SSI DATA FORMAT UINT32 0…1 - - 16 binary - -
91.24 SSI BAUD RATE UINT32 0…5 - - 16 100 kbit/s - -
91.25 SSI MODE UINT32 0…1 - - 16 Initial pos. - -
91.26 SSI TRANSMIT
CYC
UINT32 0…5 - -- 16 100 us - -
91.27 SSI ZERO PHASE UINT32 0…3 - - 16 315-45 deg - -
91.30 ENDAT MODE UINT32 0…1 - - 16 Initial pos. - -
91.31 ENDAT MAX CALC UINT32 0…3 - - 16 50 ms -
92 RESOLVER CONF
92.01 RESOLV
POLEPAIRS
UINT32 1…32 - - 16 1 - -
92.02 EXC SIGNAL AMPL UINT32 4.0…12.0 Vrms - 16 4.0 - -
92.03 EXC SIGNAL FREQ UINT32 1…20 kHz - 16 1 - -
93 PULSE ENC CONF
93.01 ENC1 PULSE NR UINT32 0…65535 - - 16 0 - -
93.02 ENC1 TYPE enum 0…1 - - 16 Quadrature - -
93.03 ENC1 SP
CALCMODE
enum 0….5 - - 16 auto rising - -
93.04 ENC1 POS EST
ENA
enum 0…1 - - 16 TRUE - -
93.05 ENC1 SP EST ENA enum 0…1 - - 16 FALSE - -
93.06 ENC1 OSC LIM enum 0…3 - - 16 4880HZ -
93.11 ENC2 PULSE NR UINT32 0…65535 - - 16 0 - -
93.12 ENC2 TYPE enum 0…1 - - 16 Quadrature - -
93.13 ENC2 SP
CALCMODE
enum 0….5 - - 16 auto rising - -
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93.14 ENC2 POS EST
ENA
enum 0…1 - - 16 TRUE - -
93.15 ENC2 SP EST ENA enum 0…1 - - 16 FALSE - -
93.16 ENC2 OSC LIM enum 0…3 - - 16 4880HZ - -
93.21 EMUL PULSE NR UINT32 0…65535 - - 16 0 - -
93.22 EMUL POS REF Val
pointer
- - - 32 P.01.12 - -
93.23 EMUL POS
OFFSET
REAL 0 .00000
…0.99998
rev - 32 0.00000 - -
95 HW CONFIGURATION
95.01 CTRL UNIT
SUPPLY
enum 0…1 - - 16 Internal 24V - -
95.02 EXTERNAL CHOKE enum 0…1 - - 16 NO - -
97 USER MOTOR PAR
97.01 USE GIVEN
PARAMS
enum 0…3 - - 16 NoUserPars WPD -
97.02 RS USER REAL24 0.00000
…0.50000
p.u. - 32 0.00000 - -
97.03 RR USER REAL24 0.00000
…0.50000
p.u. - 32 0.00000 - -
97.04 LM USER REAL24 0.00000
…10.00000
p.u. - 32 0.00000 - -
97.05 SIGMAL USER REAL24 0.00000
…1.00000
p.u. - 32 0.00000 - -
97.06 LD USER REAL24 0.00000
…10.00000
p.u. - 32 0.00000 - -
97.07 LQ USER REAL24 0.00000
…10.00000
p.u. - 32 0.00000 - -
97.08 PM FLUX USER REAL24 0.00000
…2.00000
p.u. - 32 0.00000 - -
97.09 RS USER SI REAL24 0.00000
…100.00000
Ohm - 32 0.00000 - -
97.10 RR USER SI REAL24 0.00000
…100.00000
Ohm - 32 0.00000 - -
97.11 LM USER SI REAL24 0.00…100000.00 mH - 32 0.00 - -
97.12 SIGL USER SI REAL24 0.00…100000.00 mH - 32 0.00 - -
97.13 LD USER SI REAL24 0.00…100000.00 mH - 32 0.00 - -
97.14 LQ USER SI REAL24 0.00…100000.00 mH - 32 0.00 - -
97.20 POS OFFSET
USER
REAL 0…360 ° (el.) - 32 0 - -
98 MOTOR CALC VALUES
98.01 TORQ NOM SCALE UINT32 0.000
…2147483.647
N•m - 32 0.0000 WP -
98.02 POLEPAIRS UINT32 0…1000 - - 16 0 WP -
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* The unit depends on parameter 60.05 POS UNIT selection.
99 START-UP DATA
99.01 LANGUAGE enum 0x0000…0xFFFF - - 16 ENGLISH - -
99.04 MOTOR TYPE enum 0…1 - - 16 AM WPD -
99.05 MOTOR CTRL
MODE
enum 0…1 - - 16 DTC - -
99.06 MOT NOM
CURRENT
REAL 0.4…5.0 A - 32 0.0 WPD -
99.07 MOT NOM
VOLTAGE
REAL 80.0…960.0 V - 32 0.0 WPD -
99.08 MOT NOM FREQ REAL 5.0…500.0 Hz - 32 0.0 WPD -
99.09 MOT NOM SPEED REAL 0…30000 rpm - 32 0 WPD -
99.10 MOT NOM POWER REAL 0.00…10000.00 kW - 32 0.00 WPD -
99.11 MOT NOM COSFII REAL24 0.00…1.00 - - 32 0.00 WPD -
99.12 MOT NOM
TORQUE
INT32 0.000
…2147483.647
N•m - 32 0.000 WPD -
99.13 IDRUN MODE enum 0…5 - - 16 No WPD -
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What this chapter contains
The chapter lists the alarm and fault messages including possible causes and
corrective actions.
Safety
WARNING! Only qualified electricians are allowed to maintain the
drive. The Safety Instructions on the first pages of the appropriate
Hardware manual must be read before you start working with the
drive.
Alarm and fault indications
An alarm or a fault message indicates abnormal drive status. Most alarm and fault
causes can be identified and corrected using this information. If not, an ABB
representative should be contacted.
The alarm/fault code is displayed on the 7-segment display of the drive. The following
table describes the indications given by the 7-segment display.
Display Meaning
“E-” followed by error code System error. See the appropriate drive Hardware manual.
“A-” followed by error code Alarm. See section Alarm messages generated by the drive on page 258.
“F-” followed by error code Fault. See section Fault messages generated by the drive on page 266.
258 Fault tracing
How to reset
The drive can be reset either by pressing the RESET key on the control panel or PC
tool, or by switching the supply voltage off for a while. When the fault has been
removed, the motor can be restarted.
Faults can also be reset from an external source selected with parameter 46.80
FAULT RESET. In addition, the drive features an automatic fault reset function. For
more information, see section Automatic fault reset on page 94.
Fault history
When a fault is detected, it is stored in the fault logger with a time stamp. The fault
history stores information on the 16 latest faults of the drive. Three of the latest faults
are stored at the beginning of a power switch off.
Parameters 08.01 ACTIVE FAULT and 08.02 LAST FAULT store the fault codes of
the most recent faults.
Alarms can be monitored via alarm words 08.05 ALARM WORD 1 … 08.08 ALARM
WORD 4. Alarm information is lost at power switch off or fault reset.
Alarm messages generated by the drive
Code Alarm Cause What to do
2000 BRAKE START
TORQUE
Programmable fault:
35.09 BRAKE FAULT
FUNC
Mechanical brake alarm. The
alarm is activated if the
required motor starting torque,
35.81 BRAKE OPEN TORQ, is
not achieved.
Check the brake open torque setting,
parameter 35.81.
Check drive torque and current limits.
See parameter group 20 LIMITS on page
185.
2001 BRAKE NOT
CLOSED
Programmable fault:
35.09 BRAKE FAULT
FUNC
Mechanical brake control
alarm. The alarm is activated,
eg, if brake acknowledgement
is not as expected during
brake closing.
Check mechanical brake connection.
Check mechanical brake settings,
parameters 35.01…35.09.
To determine whether the problem is with
the acknowledgement signal or brake:
Check if the brake is closed or open.
2002 BRAKE NOT OPEN
Programmable fault:
35.09 BRAKE FAULT
FUNC
Mechanical brake control
alarm. The alarm is activated,
eg, if brake acknowledgement
is not as expected during
brake opening.
Check mechanical brake connection.
Check mechanical brake settings,
parameters 35.01…35.09.
To determine whether the problem is with
the acknowledgement signal or brake:
Check if the brake is closed or open.
2003 SAFE TORQUE OFF
Programmable fault:
46.07 STO
DIAGNOSTIC
Safe torque off function is
active, ie, safety circuit
signal(s) connected to
connector X6 is lost while the
drive is stopped and parameter
46.07 STO DIAGNOSTIC is
set to Alarm.
Check safety circuit connections. For
more information, see the appropriate
drive Hardware manual.
2004 STO MODE CHANGE Error in changing Safe torque
off supervision, ie, parameter
46.07 STO DIAGNOSTIC
setting could not be changed
to value Alarm.
Contact your local ABB representative.
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2005 MOTOR
TEMPERATURE
Programmable fault:
45.01 MOT TEMP
PROT
Estimated motor temperature
(based on the motor thermal
model) has exceeded the
alarm limit defined with
parameter 45.03 MOT TEMP
ALM LIM.
Check motor ratings and load.
Let the motor cool down. Ensure proper
motor cooling: Check the cooling fan,
clean cooling surfaces, etc.
Check the value of the alarm limit.
Check motor thermal model settings,
parameters 45.06…45.08 and 45.10
MOT THERM TIME.
Measured motor temperature
has exceeded the alarm limit
defined with parameter 45.03
MOT TEMP ALM LIM.
Check that the actual number of sensors
corresponds to the value set with
parameter 45.02 MOT TEMP SOURCE.
Check motor ratings and load.
Let the motor cool down. Ensure proper
motor cooling: Check the cooling fan,
clean cooling surfaces, etc.
Check the value of the alarm limit.
2006 EMERGENCY OFF Drive has received an
emergency OFF2 command.
To restart the drive, activate the Run
enable signal (source selected by
parameter 10.88 LIFT RUN ENABLE)
and start the drive.
2007 RUN ENABLE No Run enable signal is
received.
Check the setting of parameter 10.88
LIFT RUN ENABLE. Switch the signal
(eg, digital input) on or check the wiring
of the selected source.
2008 ID-RUN Motor identification run is on. This alarm belongs to the normal start-up
procedure. Wait until the drive indicates
that motor identification is completed.
Motor identification is required. This alarm belongs to the normal start-up
procedure.
Select how motor identification should be
performed, parameter 99.13 IDRUN
MODE.
Start identification routines by pressing
the Start key.
2009 EMERGENCY STOP Drive has received an
emergency stop command
(OFF1/OFF3).
Check that it is safe to continue
operation.
Return the emergency stop push button
to the normal position.
Restart the drive.
2010 POSITION SCALING Overflow or underflow in
position calculation (caused by
the position scaling used).
Check position scaling parameter
settings: 60.06 FEED CONST NUM and
60.07 FEED CONST DEN.
2011 BR OVERHEAT Brake resistor temperature has
exceeded the alarm limit
defined with parameter 48.07
BR TEMP ALARMLIM.
Stop the drive. Let the resistor cool down.
Check resistor overload protection
function settings, parameters
48.01…48.05.
Check the alarm limit setting, parameter
48.07.
Check that the braking cycle meets the
allowed limits.
Code Alarm Cause What to do
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2012 BC OVERHEAT Brake chopper IGBT
temperature has exceeded the
internal alarm limit.
Let the chopper cool down.
Check for excessive ambient
temperature.
Check for cooling fan failure.
Check for obstructions in the air flow.
Check the dimensioning and cooling of
the cabinet.
Check resistor overload protection
function settings, parameters
48.01…48.05.
Check that the braking cycle meets
allowed limits.
Check that the drive supply AC voltage is
not excessive.
2013 DEVICE OVERTEMP Measured drive temperature
has exceeded the internal
alarm limit.
Check ambient conditions.
Check air flow and fan operation.
Check heatsink fins for dust pick-up.
Check motor power against unit power.
2014 INTBOARD
OVERTEMP
Interface board (between
power unit and control unit)
temperature has exceeded the
internal alarm limit.
Let the drive cool down.
Check for excessive ambient
temperature.
Check for cooling fan failure.
Check for obstructions in the air flow.
Check the dimensioning and cooling of
the cabinet.
2015 BC MOD OVERTEMP Input bridge or brake chopper
temperature has exceeded the
internal alarm limit.
Let the drive cool down.
Check for excessive ambient
temperature.
Check for cooling fan failure.
Check for obstructions in the air flow.
Check the dimensioning and cooling of
the cabinet.
2016 IGBT OVERTEMP Drive temperature based on
the thermal model has
exceeded the internal alarm
limit.
Check ambient conditions.
Check air flow and fan operation.
Check heatsink fins for dust pick-up.
Check motor power against unit power.
2017 FIELDBUS COMM
Programmable fault:
50.02 COMM LOSS
FUNC
Cyclical communication
between the drive and fieldbus
adapter module or between
PLC and fieldbus adapter
module is lost.
Check the status of fieldbus
communication. See the appropriate
fieldbus adapter module User’s manual.
Check fieldbus parameter settings. See
parameter group 50 FIELDBUS on page
207.
Check cable connections.
Check if the communication master can
communicate.
2018 LOCAL CTRL LOSS
Programmable fault:
46.03 LOCAL CTRL
LOSS
Control panel or PC tool
selected as the active control
location for the drive has
ceased communicating.
Check the PC tool or control panel
connection.
Check the control panel connector.
Replace the control panel in the
mounting platform.
Code Alarm Cause What to do
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2019 AI SUPERVISION
Programmable fault:
13.12 AI
SUPERVISION
Analogue input AI1 or AI2
signal has reached the limit
defined with parameter 13.13
AI SUPERVIS ACT.
Check the analogue input AI1/2 source
and connections.
Check analogue input AI1/2 minimum
and maximum limit settings, parameters
13.02 and 13.03 / 13.07 and 13.08.
2020 FB PAR CONF The drive does not have a
functionality requested by
PLC, or the requested
functionality has not been
activated.
Check PLC programming.
Check fieldbus parameter settings. See
parameter group 50 FIELDBUS on page
207.
2021 NO MOTOR DATA Parameters in group 99
START-UP DATA have not
been set.
Check that all the required parameters in
group 99 START-UP DATA have been
set.
Note: It is normal for this alarm to appear
during the start-up until the motor data is
entered.
2022 ENCODER 1
FAILURE
Encoder 1 has been activated
by a parameter but the
encoder interface (FEN-xx)
cannot be found.
Check that parameter 90.01 ENCODER
1 SEL setting corresponds to encoder
interface 1 (FEN-xx) installed in drive
Slot 1/2 (signal 09.20 OPTION SLOT 1 /
09.21 OPTION SLOT 2).
Note: The new setting will only take
effect after parameter 90.10 ENC PAR
REFRESH is used or after the JCU
Control Unit is powered up the next time.
2023 ENCODER 2
FAILURE
Encoder 2 has been activated
by a parameter but the
encoder interface (FEN-xx)
cannot be found.
Check that parameter 90.02 ENCODER
2 SEL setting corresponds to encoder
interface 2 (FEN-xx) installed in drive
Slot 1/2 (signal 09.20 OPTION SLOT 1 /
09.21 OPTION SLOT 2).
Note: The new setting will only take effect
after parameter 90.10 ENC PAR
REFRESH is used or after the JCU
Control Unit is powered up the next time.
EnDat or SSI encoder is used
in the continuous mode as
encoder 2.
[Ie, 90.02 ENCODER 2 SEL =
FEN-11 ABS
and
91.02 ABS ENC INTERF =
Endat or SSI
and
91.30 ENDAT MODE =
Continuous (or 91.25 SSI
MODE = Continuous).]
If possible, use single position transfer
instead of continuous position transfer
(ie, if the encoder has incremental sin/
cos signals):
• Change parameter 91.25 SSI MODE /
91.30 ENDAT MODE to value Initial
pos.
Otherwise use an EnDat/SSI encoder as
encoder 1:
• Change parameter 90.01 ENCODER
1 SEL to value FEN-11 ABS and
parameter 90.02 ENCODER 2 SEL to
value None.
Note: The new setting will only take
effect after parameter 90.10 ENC PAR
REFRESH is used or after the JCU
Control Unit is powered up the next time.
Code Alarm Cause What to do
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2026 ENC EMULATION
FAILURE
Encoder emulation error If the position value used in emulation is
measured by the encoder:
• Check that the FEN-xx encoder used
in emulation (90.03 EMUL MODE
SEL) corresponds to FEN-xx encoder
interface 1 or (and) 2 activated with
parameter 90.01 ENCODER 1 SEL /
90.02 ENCODER 2 SEL. (Parameter
90.01/90.02 activates the position
calculation of the used FEN-xx input).
If the position value used in emulation is
determined by drive software:
• Check that the FEN-xx encoder used
in emulation (90.03 EMUL MODE
SEL) corresponds to FEN-xx encoder
interface 1 or (and) 2 activated with
parameter 90.01 ENCODER 1 SEL /
90.02 ENCODER 2 SEL (because
position data used in emulation is
written to FEN-xx during encoder data
request). Encoder interface 2 is
recommended.
Note: The new setting will only take
effect after parameter 90.10 ENC PAR
REFRESH is used or after the JCU
Control Unit is powered up the next time.
2027 FEN TEMP MEAS
FAILURE
Error in temperature
measurement when a
temperature sensor (KTY or
PTC) connected to encoder
interface FEN-xx is used.
Check that parameter 45.02 MOT TEMP
SOURCE setting corresponds to encoder
interface installation (09.20 OPTION
SLOT 1 / 09.21 OPTION SLOT 2):
If one FEN-xx module is used:
• Parameter 45.02 MOT TEMP
SOURCE setting must be either KTY
1st FEN or PTC 1st FEN. FEN-xx
module can be in either Slot 1 or Slot
2.
If two FEN-xx modules are used:
• When parameter 45.02 MOT TEMP
SOURCE setting is KTY 1st FEN or
PTC 1st FEN, the encoder installed in
drive Slot 1 is used.
• When parameter 45.02 MOT TEMP
SOURCE setting is KTY 2nd FEN or
PTC 2nd FEN, the encoder installed in
drive Slot 2 is used.
Error in temperature
measurement when a KTY
sensor connected to encoder
interface FEN-01 is used.
FEN-01 does not support temperature
measurement with a KTY sensor. Use a
PTC sensor or another encoder interface
module.
2028 ENC EMUL MAX
FREQ
TTL pulse frequency used in
encoder emulation exceeds
the maximum allowed limit
(500 kHz).
Decrease parameter 93.21 EMUL
PULSE NR value.
Note: The new setting will only take
effect after parameter 90.10 ENC PAR
REFRESH is used or after the JCU
Control Unit is powered up the next time.
Code Alarm Cause What to do
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2029 ENC EMUL REF
ERROR
Encoder emulation has failed
due to a failure in writing a new
(position) reference for
emulation.
Contact your local ABB representative.
2030 RESOLVER
AUTOTUNE ERR
Resolver autotuning routines,
which are automatically started
when resolver input is
activated for the first time,
have failed.
Check the cable between resolver and
resolver interface module (FEN-21) and
the order of connector signal wires at
both ends of the cable.
Check resolver parameter settings.
For resolver parameters and information,
see parameter group 92 RESOLVER
CONF on page 226.
Note: Resolver autotuning routines
should always be performed after
resolver cable connection has been
modified. Autotuning routines can be
activated by setting parameter 92.02
EXC SIGNAL AMPL or 92.03 EXC
SIGNAL FREQ, and then setting
parameter 90.10 ENC PAR REFRESH to
Configure.
2031 ENCODER 1 CABLE Encoder 1 cable fault detected. Check the cable between FEN-xx
interface and encoder 1. After any
modifications in cabling, re-configure the
interface by switching the drive power off
and on, or by activating parameter 90.10
ENC PAR REFRESH.
2032 ENCODER 2 CABLE Encoder 2 cable fault detected. Check the cable between FEN-xx
interface and encoder 2. After any
modifications in cabling, re-configure the
interface by switching the drive power off
and on, or by activating parameter 90.10
ENC PAR REFRESH.
2033 D2D
COMMUNICATION
Programmable fault:
57.02 COMM LOSS
FUNC
On the master drive: The drive
has not been replied to by an
activated follower for five
consecutive polling cycles.
Check that all drives that are polled
(parameters 57.04 and 57.05) on the
drive-to-drive link are powered, properly
connected to the link, and have the
correct node address.
Check the drive-to-drive link wiring.
On a follower drive: The drive
has not received new
reference 1 and/or 2 for five
consecutive reference
handling cycles.
Check the settings of parameters 57.06
and 57.07 on the master drive.
Check the drive-to-drive link wiring.
2034 D2D BUFFER
OVERLOAD
Programmable fault:
57.02 COMM LOSS
FUNC
Transmission of drive-to-drive
references failed because of
message buffer overflow.
Contact your local ABB representative.
2035 PS COMM Communication errors
detected between the JCU
Control Unit and the power unit
of the drive.
Check the connections between the JCU
Control Unit and the power unit.
2036 RESTORE Restoration of backed-up
parameters failed.
Contact your local ABB representative.
Code Alarm Cause What to do
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2037 CUR MEAS
CALIBRATION
Current measurement
calibration will occur at the
next start.
Informative alarm.
2038 AUTOPHASING Autophasing will occur at the
next start.
Informative alarm.
2039 EARTH FAULT
Programmable fault:
46.05 EARTH FAULT
Drive has detected load
unbalance typically due to an
earth fault in the motor or
motor cable.
Check that there are no power factor
correction capacitors or surge absorbers
in the motor cable.
Check that there is no earth fault in the
motor or motor cables: measure
insulation resistances of the motor and
motor cable.
If no earth fault can be detected, contact
your local ABB representative.
2041 MOTOR NOM VALUE The motor configuration
parameters are set incorrectly.
Check the settings of the motor
configuration parameters in group 99
START-UP DATA.
The drive is not dimensioned
correctly.
Check that the drive is sized correctly for
the motor.
2042 D2D CONFIG The settings of drive-to-drive
link configuration parameters
(group 57 D2D
COMMUNICATION) are
incompatible.
Check the settings of the parameters in
group 57 D2D COMMUNICATION.
2047 SPEED FEEDBACK No speed feedback is
received.
Check the settings of the parameters in
group 22 SPEED FEEDBACK.
Check encoder installation. See the
description of fault 0039 (ENCODER1)
for more information.
2048 OPTION COMM
LOSS
Communication between the
drive and option module
(FEN-xx and/or FIO-xx) is lost.
Check that option modules are properly
connected to Slot 1 and (or) Slot 2.
Check that option modules or Slot 1/2
connectors are not damaged. To
determine whether a module or
connector is damaged: Test each module
individually in Slot 1 and Slot 2.
2072 DC NOT CHARGED The voltage of the intermediate
DC circuit has not yet risen to
operating level.
Wait for the DC voltage to rise.
2075 LOW VOLT MOD
CON
Low voltage mode has been
activated but the parameter
settings are outside allowable
limits.
Check the Low voltage mode parameters
in group 47 VOLTAGE CTRL. See also
section Low voltage mode on page 143.
2401 SLOWDOWN UP
05.01 LIFT SW bit 1
Slowdown command is active
in the upward direction based
on the selection in parameter
10.80 SLOWDOWN SEL.
Check the slowdown configuration and
signal connection wiring.
2402 SLOWDOWN DN
05.01 LIFT SW bit 2
Slowdown command is active
in the downward direction
based on the selection in
parameter 10.80 SLOWDOWN
SEL.
Check the slowdown configuration and
signal connection wiring.
Code Alarm Cause What to do
Fault tracing 265
2403 UPPER FINAL LIM
SWC
05.01 LIFT SW bit 3
Upper final limit switch
command is active.
Check the upper final limit connection
wiring.
Run the motor in the opposite direction
and deactivate the upper final limit switch
command.
2404 LOWER FINAL LIM
SWC
05.01 LIFT SW bit 4
Lower final limit switch
command is active.
Check the lower final limit connection
wiring.
Run the motor in the opposite direction
and deactivate the lower limit command.
2405 BRAKE SLIP
05.01 LIFT SW bit 11
Brake is slipping while the
motor is not running.
Check the mechanical brake physically
for a rope slip.
Check the Speed match function
parameter settings in group 81 LIFT
SUPERVISION.
2406 LVL TIME OVER Leveling overtime stop function
has been activated during the
last run.
Check the stop switch and wiring on the
problematic floor.
2407 SMART SLOWDOWN
CONFIG
Smart slowdown function is
enabled with an encoder, but
encoder/resolver feedback is
not configured.
Check the encoder/resolver connection.
Check the encoder/resolver selection in
group 90 ENC MODULE SEL and the
related parameter settings in groups 91,
92 or 93.
Code Alarm Cause What to do
266 Fault tracing
Fault messages generated by the drive
Code Fault Cause What to do
0001 OVERCURRENT Output current has exceeded
the internal fault limit.
Check motor load.
Check acceleration time. See parameter
group 25 SPEED REF RAMP on page
189.
Check the motor and motor cable
(including phasing and delta/star
connection).
Check that the start-up data in parameter
group 99 START-UP DATA corresponds
to the motor rating plate.
Check that there are no power factor
correction capacitors or surge absorbers
in the motor cable.
Check the encoder cable (including
phasing).
0002 DC OVERVOLTAGE Excessive intermediate circuit
DC voltage.
Check the mains for static or transient
overvoltage.
Check the brake chopper and resistor (if
used).
Check the deceleration time.
Use the coast-to-stop function (if
applicable).
Retrofit the frequency converter with the
brake chopper and brake resistor.
0003 DEVICE OVERTEMP Measured drive temperature
has exceeded the internal fault
limit.
Check ambient conditions.
Check air flow and fan operation.
Check heatsink fins for dust pick-up.
Check motor power against unit power.
0004 SHORT CIRCUIT Short-circuit in the motor
cable(s) or motor.
Check the motor and motor cable.
Check that there are no power factor
correction capacitors or surge absorbers
in the motor cable.
0005 DC UNDERVOLTAGE Intermediate circuit DC voltage
is not sufficient due to missing
mains phase, blown fuse or
rectifier bridge internal fault.
Check mains supply and fuses.
0006 EARTH FAULT
Programmable fault:
46.05 EARTH FAULT
Drive has detected load
unbalance typically due to an
earth fault in the motor or
motor cable.
Check that there are no power factor
correction capacitors or surge absorbers
in the motor cable.
Check that there is no earth fault in the
motor or motor cables: measure
insulation resistances of motor and motor
cable.
If no earth fault can be detected, contact
your local ABB representative.
0007 FAN FAULT Fan is not able to rotate freely
or the fan is disconnected. Fan
operation is monitored by
measuring the fan current.
Check the fan operation and connection.
0008 IGBT OVERTEMP Drive temperature based on
the thermal model has
exceeded the internal fault
limit.
Check ambient conditions.
Check air flow and fan operation.
Check heatsink fins for dust pick-up.
Check motor power against unit power.
Fault tracing 267
0009 BC WIRING Brake resistor short circuit or
brake chopper control fault.
Check brake chopper and brake resistor
connection.
Ensure that the brake resistor is not
damaged.
0010 BC SHORT CIRCUIT Short circuit in brake chopper
IGBT.
Ensure that the brake resistor is
connected and not damaged.
0011 BC OVERHEAT Brake chopper IGBT
temperature has exceeded the
internal fault limit.
Let the chopper cool down.
Check for excessive ambient
temperature.
Check for cooling fan failure.
Check for obstructions in the air flow.
Check the dimensioning and cooling of
the cabinet.
Check resistor overload protection
function settings, parameters
48.03…48.05.
Check that the braking cycle meets
allowed limits.
Check that the drive supply AC voltage is
not excessive.
0012 BR OVERHEAT Brake resistor temperature has
exceeded the fault limit defined
with parameter 48.06 BR
TEMP FAULTLIM.
Stop the drive. Let the resistor cool down.
Check resistor overload protection
function settings, parameters
48.01…48.05.
Check the fault limit setting, parameter
48.06.
Check that the braking cycle meets
allowed limits.
0013 CURR MEAS GAIN Difference between output
phase U2 and W2 current
measurement gain is too great.
Contact your local ABB representative.
0014 CABLE CROSS CON
Programmable fault:
48.06 CROSS
CONNECTION
Incorrect input power and
motor cable connection (ie, the
input power cable is connected
to the drive motor connection).
Check input power connections.
0015 SUPPLY PHASE
Programmable fault:
46.06 SUPPL PHS
LOSS
Intermediate circuit DC voltage
is oscillating due to missing
input power line phase or
blown fuse.
Check input power line fuses.
Check for input power supply imbalance.
0016 MOTOR PHASE
Programmable fault:
46.04 MOT PHASE
LOSS
Motor circuit fault due to
missing motor connection (all
three phases are not
connected).
Connect the motor cable.
0017 ID-RUN FAULT Motor ID Run is not completed
successfully.
Check the fault logger for a fault code
extension. See the appropriate actions
for each extension below.
Fault code extension:
1
The ID run cannot be
completed because the
maximum current setting and/
or the internal current limit of
the drive is too low.
Check the settings of parameters 99.06
MOT NOM CURRENT and 20.05
MAXIMUM CURRENT. Make sure that
20.05 MAXIMUM CURRENT > 99.06
MOT NOM CURRENT.
Check that the drive is dimensioned
correctly according to the motor.
Code Fault Cause What to do
268 Fault tracing
Fault code extension:
2
The ID run cannot be
completed because the
maximum speed setting and/or
calculated field weakening
point is too low.
Check the settings of parameters 99.07
MOT NOM VOLTAGE, 99.08 MOT NOM
FREQ, 99.09 MOT NOM SPEED, 20.01
MAXIMUM SPEED and 20.02 MINIMUM
SPEED. Make sure that
• 20.01 MAXIMUM SPEED > (0.55 ×
99.09 MOT NOM SPEED)
• 20.02 MINIMUM SPEED < 0, and
• supply voltage > (0.66 × 99.07 MOT
NOM VOLTAGE).
Fault code extension:
3
The ID run cannot be
completed because the
maximum torque setting is too
low.
Check the settings of parameters 99.12
MOT NOM TORQUE and 20.06
MAXIMUM TORQUE. Make sure that
20.06 MAXIMUM TORQUE > 100%.
Fault code extension:
4…16
Internal error. Contact your local ABB representative.
0018 CURR U2 MEAS Measured offset error of U2
output phase current
measurement is too great.
(Offset value is updated during
current calibration.)
Contact your local ABB representative.
0019 CURR V2 MEAS Measured offset error of V2
output phase current
measurement is too great.
(Offset value is updated during
current calibration.)
Contact your local ABB representative.
0020 CURR W2 MEAS Measured offset error of W2
output phase current
measurement is too great.
(Offset value is updated during
current calibration.)
Contact your local ABB representative.
0021 STO1 LOST Safe torque off function is
active, ie, safety circuit signal 1
connected between X6:1 and
X6:3 is lost while the drive is at
stopped state and parameter
46.07 STO DIAGNOSTIC
setting is Alarm or No.
Check safety circuit connections. For
more information, see the appropriate
drive Hardware manual.
0022 STO2 LOST Safe torque off function is
active, ie, safety circuit signal 2
connected between X6:2 and
X6:4 is lost while the drive is at
stopped state and parameter
46.07 STO DIAGNOSTIC
setting is Alarm or No.
Check safety circuit connections. For
more information, see the appropriate
drive Hardware manual.
0023 STO MODE CHANGE Error in changing the Safe
torque off supervision, ie,
parameter 46.07 STO
DIAGNOSTIC setting could not
be changed to value Fault.
Contact your local ABB representative.
Code Fault Cause What to do
Fault tracing 269
0024 INTBOARD
OVERTEMP
Interface board (between
power unit and control unit)
temperature has exceeded the
internal fault limit.
Let the drive cool down.
Check for excessive ambient
temperature.
Check for cooling fan failure.
Check for obstructions in the air flow.
Check the dimensioning and cooling of
the cabinet.
0025 BC MOD OVERTEMP Input bridge or brake chopper
temperature has exceeded the
internal fault limit.
Let the drive cool down.
Check for excessive ambient
temperature.
Check for cooling fan failure.
Check for obstructions in the air flow.
Check the dimensioning and cooling of
the cabinet.
0026 AUTOPHASING Autophasing routine (see
section Autophasing on page
132) failed.
Try other autophasing modes (see
parameter 11.07 AUTOPHASING
MODE), if possible.
0027 PU LOST Connection between the JCU
Control Unit and the power unit
of the drive is lost.
Check the connections between the JCU
Control Unit and the power unit.
0028 PS COMM Communication errors
detected between the JCU
Control Unit and the power unit
of the drive.
Check the connections between the JCU
Control Unit and the power unit.
0029 IN CHOKE TEMP Temperature of internal AC
choke excessive.
Check the cooling fan.
0030 EXTERNAL Fault in external device. (This
information is configured
through one of the
programmable digital inputs.)
Check external devices for faults.
Check the setting of parameter 46.01
EXTERNAL FAULT.
0031 SAFE TORQUE OFF
Programmable fault:
46.07 STO
DIAGNOSTIC
Safe torque off function is
active, ie, safety circuit
signal(s) connected to
connector X6 is lost
• during the drive start or
drive run
or
• while the drive is stopped
and parameter 46.07 STO
DIAGNOSTIC setting is
Fault.
Check safety circuit connections. For
more information, see the appropriate
drive Hardware manual.
0032 OVERSPEED Motor is turning faster than the
highest allowed speed due to
incorrectly set minimum/
maximum speed, insufficient
braking torque or changes in
load when using torque
reference.
Check minimum/maximum speed
settings, parameters 20.01 MAXIMUM
SPEED and 20.02 MINIMUM SPEED.
Check the adequacy of the motor braking
torque.
Check the applicability of torque control.
Check the need for a brake chopper and
resistor(s).
0033 BRAKE START
TORQUE
Programmable fault:
35.09 BRAKE FAULT
FUNC
Mechanical brake fault. The
fault is activated if the required
motor starting torque, 35.81
BRAKE OPEN TORQ, is not
achieved.
Check the brake open torque setting,
parameter 35.81.
Check drive torque and current limits.
See parameter group 20 LIMITS on page
185.
Code Fault Cause What to do
270 Fault tracing
0034 BRAKE NOT
CLOSED
Programmable fault:
35.09 BRAKE FAULT
FUNC
Mechanical brake control fault.
The fault is activated if brake
acknowledgement is not as
expected during brake closing.
Check the mechanical brake connection.
Check mechanical brake settings,
parameters 35.01…35.09.
To determine whether the problem is with
the acknowledgement signal or brake:
Check if the brake is closed or open.
0035 BRAKE NOT OPEN
Programmable fault:
35.09 BRAKE FAULT
FUNC
Mechanical brake control fault.
The fault is activated if brake
acknowledgement is not as
expected during brake
opening.
Check the mechanical brake connection.
Check mechanical brake settings,
parameters 35.01…35.09.
To determine whether the problem is with
the acknowledgement signal or brake:
Check if the brake is closed or open.
0036 LOCAL CTRL LOSS
Programmable fault:
46.03 LOCAL CTRL
LOSS
Control panel or PC tool
selected as the active control
location for the drive has
ceased communicating.
Check the PC tool or control panel
connection.
Check the control panel connector.
Replace the control panel in the
mounting platform.
0037 NVMEMCORRUPTED Drive internal fault
Note: This fault cannot be
reset.
Check the fault logger for a fault code
extension. See appropriate actions for
each extension below.
Fault code extension:
2051
Total number of parameters
(including unused space
between parameters) exceeds
firmware maximum.
Move parameters from the firmware
groups to the application groups.
Reduce the number of parameters.
Fault code extension:
Other
Drive internal fault Contact your local ABB representative.
0038 OPTION COMM
LOSS
Communication between the
drive and option module (FEN-
xx and/or FIO-xx) is lost.
Check that option modules are properly
connected to Slot 1 and (or) Slot 2.
Check that option modules or Slot 1/2
connectors are not damaged. To
determine whether a module or
connector is damaged: Test each module
individually in Slot 1 and Slot 2.
Code Fault Cause What to do
Fault tracing 271
0039 ENCODER1 Encoder 1 feedback fault If the fault appears during the first start-
up before encoder feedback is used:
• Check the cable between the encoder
and encoder interface module (FEN-
xx) and the order of connector signal
wires at both ends of cable.
If an absolute encoder, EnDat/Hiperface/
SSI, with incremental sin/cos pulses is
used, incorrect wiring can be located as
follows: Disable serial link (zero position)
by setting parameter 91.02 ABS ENC
INTERF to None and test encoder
operation:
• If the encoder fault is not activated,
check the serial link data wiring. Note
that zero position is not taken into
account when the serial link is
disabled.
• If the encoder fault is activated, check
the serial link and sin/cos signal
wiring.
Note: Because only zero position is
requested through serial link and during
run, the position is updated according to
sin/cos pulses.
• Check encoder parameter settings.
If the fault appears after encoder
feedback has already been used or
during a drive run:
• Check that the encoder connection
wiring or encoder is not damaged.
• Check that encoder interface module
(FEN-xx) connection or module is not
damaged.
• Check earthings (when disturbances
are detected in communication
between the encoder interface module
and the encoder).
For more information on encoders, see
parameter groups:
• 90 ENC MODULE SEL (page 220)
• 91 ABSOL ENC CONF (page 223)
• 92 RESOLVER CONF (page 226)
• 93 PULSE ENC CONF (page 226).
Code Fault Cause What to do
272 Fault tracing
0040 ENCODER2 Encoder 2 feedback fault See fault ENCODER1.
EnDat or SSI encoder is used
in the continuous mode as
encoder 2.
[Ie, 90.02 ENCODER 2 SEL =
FEN-11 ABS
and
91.02 ABS ENC INTERF =
Endat or SSI
and
91.30 ENDAT MODE =
Continuous (or 91.25 SSI
MODE = Continuous).]
If possible, use single position transfer
instead of continuous position transfer
(ie, if the encoder has incremental sin/
cos signals):
• Change parameter 91.25 SSI MODE /
91.30 ENDAT MODE to value Initial
pos.
Otherwise use an Endat/SSI encoder as
encoder 1:
• Change parameter 90.01 ENCODER
1 SEL to value FEN-11 ABS and
parameter 90.02 ENCODER 2 SEL to
value None.
Note: The new setting will only take
effect after parameter 90.10 ENC PAR
REFRESH is used or after the JCU
Control Unit is powered up the next time.
0045 FIELDBUS COMM
Programmable fault:
50.02 COMM LOSS
FUNC
Cyclical communication
between the drive and fieldbus
adapter module or between
PLC and fieldbus adapter
module is lost.
Check the status of fieldbus
communication. See the appropriate
fieldbus adapter module User’s manual.
Check fieldbus parameter settings. See
parameter group 50 FIELDBUS on page
207.
Check cable connections.
Check if the communication master can
communicate.
0046 FB MAPPING FILE Drive internal fault Contact your local ABB representative.
0047 MOTOR OVERTEMP
Programmable fault:
45.01 MOT TEMP
PROT
Estimated motor temperature
(based on the motor thermal
model) has exceeded the fault
limit defined with parameter
45.04 MOT TEMP FLT LIM.
Check motor ratings and load.
Let the motor cool down. Ensure proper
motor cooling: Check the cooling fan,
clean cooling surfaces, etc.
Check the value of the fault limit.
Check motor thermal model settings,
parameters 45.06…45.08 and 45.10
MOT THERM TIME.
Measured motor temperature
has exceeded the fault limit
defined with parameter 45.04
MOT TEMP FLT LIM.
Check that the actual number of sensors
corresponds to the value set with
parameter 45.02 MOT TEMP SOURCE.
Check motor ratings and load.
Let the motor cool down. Ensure proper
motor cooling: Check the cooling fan,
clean cooling surfaces, etc.
Check the value of the fault limit.
0048 POS ACT MEAS Selected operation mode
requires position feedback
data (actual position), but no
feedback data is available.
Check the actual position source setting,
60.01 POS ACT SEL.
Check encoder installation. See
ENCODER1 fault description for more
information.
0049 AI SUPERVISION
Programmable fault:
13.12 AI
SUPERVISION
Analogue input AI1 or AI2
signal has reached the limit
defined with parameter 13.13
AI SUPERVIS ACT.
Check the analogue input AI1/2 source
and connections.
Check analogue input AI1/2 minimum
and maximum limit settings, parameters
13.02 and 13.03 / 13.07 and 13.08.
Code Fault Cause What to do
Fault tracing 273
0050 ENCODER 1 CABLE
Programmable fault:
90.05 ENC CABLE
FAULT
Encoder 1 cable fault detected. Check the cable between FEN-xx
interface and encoder 1. After any
modifications in cabling, re-configure the
interface by switching the drive power off
and on, or by activating parameter 90.10
ENC PAR REFRESH.
0051 ENCODER 2 CABLE
Programmable fault:
90.05 ENC CABLE
FAULT
Encoder 2 cable fault detected. Check the cable between FEN-xx
interface and encoder 2. After any
modifications in cabling, re-configure the
interface by switching the drive power off
and on, or by activating parameter 90.10
ENC PAR REFRESH.
0052 D2D CONFIG Configuration of the drive-to-
drive link has failed for a
reason other than those
indicated by alarm 2042, for
example, start inhibition is
requested but not granted.
Contact your local ABB representative.
0053 D2D COMM
Programmable fault:
57.02 COMM LOSS
FUNC
On the master drive: The drive
has not been replied to by an
activated follower for five
consecutive polling cycles.
Check that all drives that are polled
(parameters 57.04 and 57.05
FOLLOWER MASK 2) on the drive-to-
drive link are powered, properly
connected to the link, and have the
correct node address.
Check the drive-to-drive link wiring.
On a follower drive: The drive
has not received new
reference 1 and/or 2 for five
consecutive reference
handling cycles.
Check the settings of parameters 57.06
REF 1 SRC and 57.07 REF 2 SRC on
the master drive.
Check the drive-to-drive link wiring.
0054 D2D BUF OVLOAD
Programmable fault:
57.02 COMM LOSS
FUNC
Transmission of drive-to-drive
references failed because of
message buffer overflow.
Contact your local ABB representative.
0055 TECH LIB Resettable fault generated by
a technology library.
Refer to the documentation of the
technology library.
0056 TECH LIB CRITICAL Permanent fault generated by
a technology library.
Refer to the documentation of the
technology library.
0057 FORCED TRIP Generic Drive Communication
Profile trip command.
Check PLC status.
0058 FIELDBUS PAR
ERROR
The drive does not have a
functionality requested by
PLC, or the requested
functionality has not been
activated.
Check PLC programming.
Check fieldbus parameter settings. See
parameter group 50 FIELDBUS on page
207.
0061 SPEED FEEDBACK No speed feedback is
received.
Check the settings of the parameters in
group 22 SPEED FEEDBACK.
Check encoder installation. See the
description of fault 0039 (ENCODER1)
for more information.
Code Fault Cause What to do
274 Fault tracing
0062 D2D SLOT COMM Drive-to-drive link is set to use
an FMBA module for
communication, but no module
is detected in the specified
slot.
Check the settings of parameters 57.01
LINK MODE and 57.15 D2D COMM
PORT. Ensure that the FMBA module
has been detected by checking
parameters 09.20…09.22.
Check that the FMBA module is correctly
wired.
Try installing the FMBA module into
another slot. If the problem persists,
contact your local ABB representative.
0067 FPGA ERROR1 Drive internal fault Contact your local ABB representative.
0068 FPGA ERROR2 Drive internal fault Contact your local ABB representative.
0069 ADC ERROR Drive internal fault Contact your local ABB representative.
0201 T2 OVERLOAD Firmware time level 2 overload
Note: This fault cannot be
reset.
Contact your local ABB representative.
0201 T3 OVERLOAD Firmware time level 3 overload
Note: This fault cannot be
reset.
Contact your local ABB representative.
0203 T4 OVERLOAD Firmware time level 4 overload
Note: This fault cannot be
reset.
Contact your local ABB representative.
0204 T5 OVERLOAD Firmware time level 5 overload
Note: This fault cannot be
reset.
Contact your local ABB representative.
0205 A1 OVERLOAD Application time level 1 fault
Note: This fault cannot be
reset.
Contact your local ABB representative.
0206 A2 OVERLOAD Application time level 2 fault
Note: This fault cannot be
reset.
Contact your local ABB representative.
0207 A1 INIT FAULT Application task creation fault
Note: This fault cannot be
reset.
Contact your local ABB representative.
0208 A2 INIT FAULT Application task creation fault
Note: This fault cannot be
reset.
Contact your local ABB representative.
0209 STACK ERROR Drive internal fault
Note: This fault cannot be
reset.
Contact your local ABB representative.
0210 JMU MISSING JMU Memory Unit is missing or
broken.
Check that the JMU is properly installed.
If the problem persists, replace JMU.
0301 UFF FILE READ File read error
Note: This fault cannot be
reset.
Contact your local ABB representative.
0302 APPL DIR CREATION Drive internal fault
Note: This fault cannot be
reset.
Contact your local ABB representative.
0303 FPGA CONFIG DIR Drive internal fault
Note: This fault cannot be
reset.
Contact your local ABB representative.
Code Fault Cause What to do
Fault tracing 275
0304 PU RATING ID Drive internal fault
Note: This fault cannot be
reset.
Contact your local ABB representative.
0305 RATING DATABASE Drive internal fault
Note: This fault cannot be
reset.
Contact your local ABB representative.
0306 LICENSING Drive internal fault
Note: This fault cannot be
reset.
Contact your local ABB representative.
0307 DEFAULT FILE Drive internal fault
Note: This fault cannot be
reset.
Contact your local ABB representative.
0308 APPL FILE PAR
CONF
Corrupted application file
Note: This fault cannot be
reset.
Reload the application.
If the fault is still active, contact your local
ABB representative.
0309 APPL LOADING Application file incompatible or
corrupted.
Note: This fault cannot be
reset.
Check the fault logger for a fault code
extension. See appropriate actions for
each extension below.
Fault code extension:
8
Template used in the
application incompatible with
drive firmware.
Change the template of the application in
DriveSPC.
Fault code extension:
10
Parameters defined in the
application conflict with
existing drive parameters.
Check the application for conflicting
parameters.
Fault code extension:
35
Application memory full. Contact your local ABB representative.
Fault code extension:
Other
Corrupted application file Reload application.
If fault is still active, contact your local
ABB representative.
0310 USERSET LOAD Loading of user set is not
successfully completed
because:
• requested user set does not
exist
• user set is not compatible
with the drive program
• drive has been switched off
during loading.
Reload.
0311 USERSET SAVE User set is not saved because
of memory corruption.
Check the setting of parameter 95.01
CTRL UNIT SUPPLY.
If the fault still occurs, contact your local
ABB representative.
0312 UFF OVERSIZE UFF file is too big. Contact your local ABB representative.
0313 UFF EOF UFF file structure failure Contact your local ABB representative.
0314 TECH LIB
INTERFACE
Incompatible firmware
interface
Note: This fault cannot be
reset.
Contact your local ABB representative.
0315 RESTORE FILE Restoration of backed-up
parameters failed.
Contact your local ABB representative.
Code Fault Cause What to do
276 Fault tracing
0316 DAPS MISMATCH Mismatch between JCU
Control Unit firmware and
power unit logic versions.
Contact your local ABB representative.
0317 SOLUTION FAULT Fault generated by function
block SOLUTION_FAULT in
the application program.
Check the usage of the
SOLUTION_FAULT block in the
application program.
601 SPEED MATCH
05.02 LIFT FW bit 0
Speed error is higher than
defined with parameter 81.04
SPD STD DEV LVL in the
steady state or defined with
parameter 81.05 SPD RMP
DEV LVL in the ramp state,
and the time delay defined with
parameter 81.06 SPEED
MATCH DLY has elapsed.
The speed controller is not
following the speed reference.
Check ramp times.
Check torque and current limit settings.
602 TORQUE PROVE
05.02 LIFT FW bit 1
Drive was not able to provide
sufficient torque during a
torque proving sequence.
Control magnetising time is too
low.
Check the motor and motor cables.
603 BRAKE SLIP
05.02 LIFT FW bit 2
Brake slipped while a torque
proving sequence was taking
place.
Check the brakes.
Check whether the brakes are slipping in
the brake closed condition.
604 INV OVERLOAD
05.02 LIFT FW bit 3
Drive has exceeded the
interverter current or torque
limits, and the time delay
defined with parameter 81.02
INV OVERLOAD DLY has
elapsed. The fault condition is
checked only when the
generating power is more than
10% of the motor nominal
power and the actual speed
greater than 5% of the motor
nominal speed.
Check speed controller torque settings.
Check torque, speed and power limit
settings.
605 MOTOR STALL
05.02 LIFT FW bit 4
Motor actual speed is lower
than defined with parameter
81.09 STALL SPEED LIM, the
drive has exceeded the torque
limits defined with parameters
81.07 STALL TORQ MAX and
81.08 STALL TORQ MIN, and
the time delay defined with
81.10 STALL FAULT DLY has
elapsed.
Check torque and current limit settings.
Code Fault Cause What to do
Control block diagrams 277
Control block diagrams
What this chapter contains
This chapter contains a graphical representation of the Lift control program.
278 Control block diagrams
Speed control chain
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EVAC/INSP SPD REF
10.92 INSPECTION MODE
SPEED REF MOD
10.86 UPPER F LIM SWC
0
20.02 MINIMUM SPEED
10.87 LOWER F LIM SWC
0
06.02 STATUS WORD 2
bit 12 RAMP IN 0
Local speed
reference
06.01 STATUS WORD 1
bit 11 LOCAL PANEL
46.02 SPEED REF SAFE
SAFE SPEED COMMAND
06.01 STATUS WORD 1
bit 9 LOCAL FB
0
20.01 MAXIMUM SPEED
02.14 FBA MAIN REF1
80.01 NOMINAL SPEED
SPEED
REFERENCE
SELECT
AND SCALE
80.04 ROPING RATIO
80.05 SPEED REF SEL1
80.02 GEAR RATIO
80.03 SHEAVE DIAMETER
80.06 SPEED REF SEL2
80.07 SPEED REF SEL3
80.08 SPEED1
80.09 LEVELING SPEED
80.11 RELEVELING SPEED
80.14 EVACUATION SPEED
80.15 SPEED2
80.12 MEDIUM SPEED
80.13 INSPECTION SPEED
80.16 SPEED3
80.17 OFF DLY SPD LIM
80.18 SPEED2 OFF DLY
80.19 MED SPD OFF DLY
80.20 NOM SPD OFF DLY
80.21 SPEED3 OFF DLY
10.80 SLOWDOWN SEL
10.81 SLOWDOWN IN1
10.82 SLOWDOWN IN2
MOD SPD REF
80.10 RELVL
SPEED SEL
PAR 80.11
AI1 SCALED
AI2 SCALED
83.03 SAFETY MARGIN
83.01 SMART SLOWDN SEL
83.02 LV STOP SWC DIST
SPEED REF
24.05 SPEED REF 1/2 SEL
SPEED ERROR
26.05 SPEED STEP
20.01 MAXIMUM SPEED
20.02 MINIMUM SPEED
0
06.02 STATUS WORD 2
bit 14 RAMP OUT 0
06.02 STATUS WORD 2
bit 12 RAMP IN 0
22.04 MOTOR GEAR DIV
22.03 MOTOR GEAR MUL
22.02 SPEED ACT FTIME
22.01 SPEED FB SEL
01.14 SPEED ESTIMATED
01.08 ENCODER 1 SPEED
01.10 ENCODER 2 SPEED
x
y
SPEED FEEDBACK
26.06 SPD ERR FTIME
+
05.01 LIFT SW
bit 12 EVAC SPD ACT
OR
a
c
b
ZERO
AI1
AI2
FBA REF1
FBA REF2
D2D REF1
D2D REF2
ENC1 SPEED
ENC2 SPEED
24.02 SPEED
REF2 SEL
3.02 SPEED REF2
03.05 SPEEDREF USED
01.01 SPEED ACT
-
+
03.04 SPEED REF RAMPED
OR
M/S TO RPM SCALE
DIV 05.09 LIFT SPEED REF
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Firmware manual
Lift control program for ASCM1 drives

Table of contents Start-up

© 2010 ABB Oy. All Rights Reserved.

3AUA0000056610 Rev A EN EFFECTIVE: 2010-03-01

Table of contents 5

Table of contents
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1. About the manual
What this chapter contains . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Reader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Terms and abbreviations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 11 11 11 12 12

2. Description of Lift control program

Safety
15 15 16 16 16 17 17 17 18 18 18 18 19 20 22 22 22 22 23 23 23 24 24 24

What this chapter contains . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lift control program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Basic start/stop operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Automatic fault reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lift operation modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Speed reference selection and scaling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Speed profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Smart slowdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mechanical brake control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Torque compensation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Slowdown and Final limit switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Protection functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rescue operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lift system configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Local control vs. external control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Local control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . External control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Drive operation mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Safe torque off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Drive programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Backup and restore of drive contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Limitations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Parameter restore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . User parameter sets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

3. ACSM1 control panel
What this chapter contains . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Status line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 27 27 28 29 29 29

. . . . . . . . . . . . 97 Speed reference selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108 Brake slip check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Parameter Backup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 Torque limiter while stopping . . . . . . 113 Static and dynamic friction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103 Smart slowdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 How to start up the drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 Evacuation mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Default connections What this chapter contains . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Program features What this chapter contains . . . . . . . . . . . . 111 Operation time scheme . . . . . 113 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 Acceleration/deceleration selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109 Brake open torque selection . . . . . . . . . . .6 Table of contents Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 Lift operation modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Reference Edit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Basics of operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 Speed profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 Basic start/stop operation . . . . . . . 112 Torque compensation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Drive Info . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94 Manual fault reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Start-up What this chapter contains . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 Speed reference selection and scaling . . . . . . 105 Mechanical brake control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . List of tasks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Help and panel version – Any mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109 Actual load measurement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 Inspection mode . . . . . 93 Start/stop control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 30 31 32 34 35 38 45 46 49 58 59 4. . . . . 97 Speed reference scaling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 Jerk selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 Releveling mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94 Automatic fault reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Basic operations – Any mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 How to enable further lift control functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Time & Date . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fault Logger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 Start/stop interlocking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Torque proving . Output mode . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 02 I/O VALUES . . . . . . . . . . . . Protection functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Absolute encoder configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 ANALOGUE OUTPUTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Slowdown . . . . . . Encoder module selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Leveling overtime stop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Analog outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Parameter groups 01…09 . . . . . . . . .Table of contents 7 Inertia compensation . . . . Final limit switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Programmable protection functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 START/STOP MODE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Evacuation mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . Encoder support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Motor stall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 DIGITAL IO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Low voltage mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Resolver configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Autophasing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Parameter groups 10…99 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01 ACTUAL VALUES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Relay outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rescue operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Parameters What this chapter contains . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 ANALOGUE INPUTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Digital inputs and outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inputs and outputs . . . . . . Emergency stop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 05 LIFT CTRL SIGNALS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145 145 146 147 147 148 153 155 158 161 164 165 165 170 172 176 180 182 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Speed match . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Terms and abbreviations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DC voltage control . . . . . . . . . . Slowdown and Final limit switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Setting parameters . . Pulse encoder configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 03 CONTROL VALUES . . . . . . . Analog inputs . . . . Motor encoder gear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115 116 116 118 119 119 121 122 123 123 126 129 130 130 130 131 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 137 138 139 139 140 141 143 7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 START/STOP . . . . . . . . Drive-to-drive link . . . . . . . 09 SYSTEM INFO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Load encoder gear . . . . . . . Inverter overload . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 08 ALARMS & FAULTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Thermal motor protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 06 DRIVE STATUS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91 ABSOL ENC CONF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Additional parameter data What this chapter contains . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alarm and fault indications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83 SMART SLOWDOWN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 HW CONFIGURATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . How to reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Terms and abbreviations . . 48 BRAKE CHOPPER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97 USER MOTOR PAR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 FBA SETTINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alarm messages generated by the drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fault history . . . . . 57 D2D COMMUNICATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 PULSE ENC CONF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 SPEED ERROR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 MOT THERM PROT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 SPEED FEEDBACK . . . . . 33 SUPERVISION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 MOTOR CONTROL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 TORQUE COMP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 235 235 237 241 9. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 185 185 186 188 189 190 191 195 197 199 200 203 206 206 207 209 210 211 211 211 214 215 217 219 220 220 223 226 226 228 229 230 231 8. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 START-UP DATA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 COMMUNICATION TOOL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 LIFT SUPERVISION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 SPEED REF MOD . . . . . . . 80 LIFT SPEED REF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 FBA DATA IN . . . .8 Table of contents 17 PANEL DISPLAY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Parameter groups 10…99 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fault tracing What this chapter contains . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 MOTOR CALC VALUES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fault messages generated by the drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 POS FEEDBACK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 SPEED REF RAMP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92 RESOLVER CONF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 FAULT FUNCTIONS . . . . 35 MECH BRAKE CTRL . . . . . 257 257 257 258 258 258 266 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 LIMITS . . . . . . 50 FIELDBUS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 ENC MODULE SEL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Parameter groups 01…09 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 SPEED CONTROL . . . 47 VOLTAGE CTRL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 FBA DATA OUT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 281 281 281 281 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Providing feedback on ABB Drives manuals . . . . 278 Further information Product and service inquiries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Product training . . . . 277 Speed control chain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Control block diagrams What this chapter contains . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Table of contents 9 10. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Document library on the Internet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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and electrical schematic symbols. or use the drive. It also contains information on the compatibility. safety and intended audience. For each function. electronic components. • Reader You are expected to know the standard electrical wiring practices.About the manual 11 About the manual What this chapter contains This chapter describes the contents of this manual. the warnings and notes are given in this manual in the section describing the related user-adjustable parameters. Read the software function specific warnings and notes before changing the default settings of the function. Compatibility The manual is compatible with ACSM1 Lift control program. • Read the complete safety instructions before you install. The complete safety instructions are given at the beginning of the Hardware manual. Safety instructions Follow all safety instructions delivered with the drive. . commission.

Additional parameter data contains further information on the parameters. The external I/O control signals are connected to the JCU. Parameters describes the parameters of the Lift control program. Fault tracing lists the alarm and fault messages with possible causes and remedies. Cyclic Redundancy Check Digital Input/Output. Memory unit attached to the control unit of the drive I/O ID run Jerk JCU JMU . the drive will identify the characteristics of the motor for optimum motor control. Program features contains descriptions of the features of the Lift control program.12 About the manual Contents The manual consists of the following chapters: • • • • • • • • • Description of Lift control program gives a general description of the essentials of the Lift control program. Interface for analog output signals. Start-up instructs in setting up the Lift control program. Default connections shows the default control connections of the Lift control program. The JCU is installed on top of the power unit. Rate of change of acceleration/deceleration Control unit of the drive module. Direct Torque Control. or optional I/O extensions mounted on it. The motor control of the frequency converter is based on Direct Torque Control. Input/Output Motor identification run. Optional TTL encoder interface for the ACSM1 Optional absolute encoder interface for the ACSM1 Optional resolver interface for the ACSM1 Optional HTL encoder interface for the ACSM1 Optional digital I/O extension for the ACSM1 Optional analogue I/O extension for the ACSM1 Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor. Terms and abbreviations Term/abbreviation AI AO CRC DIO DTC FEN-01 FEN-11 FEN-21 FEN-31 FIO-01 FIO-11 IGBT Definition Analog Input. ACSM1 control panel describes the control panel of the drive. During the identification run. Analog Output. Control block diagrams contains a graphical representation of the Lift control program. a voltage-controlled semiconductor type widely used in inverters due to their easy controllability and high switching frequency. Interface for digital input/output signals. Interface for analog input signals.

medium speed. Implemented with a relay. Firmware of the ACSM1 drive Uninterruptible Power Supply. speed2. Power supply equipment with battery to maintain output voltage during power failure. Ramp Function Generator Relay Output. Drive speed control is based on PID algorithm. Can be nominal speed. releveling mode. Also referred to as lift controller in this manual.About the manual 13 Term/abbreviation Lift operation mode Parameter PI controller PID controller PLC RFG RO SSI STO TH Traveling speed Definition Normal travel mode. or speed3. evacuation mode or inspection mode User-adjustable operation instruction to the drive. Programmable Logic Controller. UMFI UPS . or signal measured or calculated by the drive Proportional-Integral Controller Proportional–Integral–Derivative Controller. Synchronous Serial Interface Safe Torque Off Thermistor input of the drive Speed reference used in the normal travel mode after acceleration has ended until the lift starts to decelerate to the leveling speed. Interface for a digital output signal.

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such as passenger lifts and freight elevators. ensuring optimal control performance and operation. High lift control performance is achieved by utilizing the Direct Torque Control (DTC) technology. Accurate control of speed and torque can be implemented with or without feedback from the motor shaft. The program incorporates all functions commonly needed in lift applications.Description of Lift control program 15 Description of Lift control program What this chapter contains This chapter gives a general description of the essentials of the Lift control program. The same application enables geared and gearless applications. Lift control program The Lift control program is a ready-made application program for the ABB high performance machinery drives ACSM1. It can be used for a wide range of lift applications. supporting both synchronous and asynchronous motors. The Lift control program covers the following lift control functions with a basic parameter interface: • • • • • • • • Basic start/stop operation Automatic fault reset Lift operation modes Speed reference selection and scaling Speed profile Smart slowdown Mechnical brake control Torque compensation .

For more detailed information on the functions. Lift operation modes By default. In addition to the lift control functions. see chapter Program features.16 Description of Lift control program • • • Slowdown and Final limit switches Protection functions Rescue operation. . Basic start/stop operation The Basic start/stop operation functions take care of lift start/stop control and the interlocks related to basic lift start/stop operation. In addition. When the drive is in external control. the ACSM1 firmware covers the basic drive functions such as motor control. the lift operates in the normal travel mode. speed and torque control chains. control location EXT1 is selected. For more information. Automatic fault reset The Automatic fault reset function resets pre-defined drive faults to ensure the operation of the drive in temporary fault situations. there are three other operation modes: • • • Releveling mode for bringing the lift back to the floor level in case it overshoots the floor Evacuation mode for lift car rescue operation in case the power supply fails Inspection mode for maintenance operations. In addition. diagnostics and external interfaces. protections. The purpose of each function is briefly introduced below. see External control on page 22. faults can also be reset from an external source (see section Manual fault reset page 95).

The Speed reference scaling function converts the linear speed of the lift (m/s) to the rotation speed of the lift motor (rpm).Description of Lift control program 17 Speed reference selection and scaling The Speed reference selection function calculates the final speed reference to be used by the lift in the different lift operation modes. 2. deceleration and jerks into use based on the lift operation mode. The function can be used with estimated speed or with an encoder. . transition from the traveling speed (ie. A total of seven different jerks are available for the different lift operation modes. The function is useful in operation situations where the desired traveling speed is not reached before the leveling command is activated (for example. Speed reference available Lift operation mode Speed 1*. in case of short floor distance). medium speed. speed2 or speed 3) to the leveling speed is optimally delayed based on the knowledge of the physical leveling distance (ie. The following speed references are available via basic parameters. or 3 Nominal speed Medium speed Leveling speed Releveling speed Inspection speed Evacuation speed Normal travel mode Normal travel mode Normal travel mode Normal travel mode. in which case the actual position signal is utilized. when the leveling command is active Releveling mode Inspection mode or normal travel mode. depending on which mode is active Evacuation mode * The speed1 reference is fixed to a constant value 0 m/s. That is. the distance between the leveling and stop switches). It can be used for stopping the lift. Smart slowdown The Smart slowdown function optimizes the travel time of the lift by reducing the leveling path. nominal speed. Speed profile The Speed profile functions automatically select a set of acceleration.

Protection functions The following functions are used checking and ensuring proper operation of lift control in different operating conditions. The function also performs the following tasks: • • • • • Torque proving checks Brake slip checks Brake open torque selection Actual load measurement Torque limiting while stopping. Two switches. The function also ensures that the brake does not slip while the drive is in a stopped state with the brake closed. single-bit slowdown mode and multiple-bit slowdown mode. • . The Final limit switches function activates an emergency stop signal (OFF3) if either of the final limit switches gets activated while the lift car is operating on terminal floors. Torque compensation Torque compensation is a method for calculating beforehand the torque needed due to load and losses. Torque compensation comprises the following calculations added to the final torque reference: • • • Static friction compensation Dynamic friction compensation Inertia compensation required during acceleration and deceleration. upper limit switch and lower limit switch. deceleration and when running in a steady state. The Inverter overload function checks that the inverter is capable of providing sufficient current and torque and that the drive is operating within the inverter current and torque limits. it helps the speed controller to gain better control accuracy and performance. before coming into contact with the buffers. Thus. Slowdown and Final limit switches The Slowdown function limits the speed reference while the lift car is operating in the slowdown area (typically the extreme top and extreme bottom of the lift operating area). Two modes. can be configured to be used in upward and downward directions. • The Speed match function checks that the motor actual speed follows the speed reference within the desired window during acceleration.18 Description of Lift control program Mechanical brake control The lift system is equipped with a mechanical brake that holds the lift car at standstill when the drive is stopped or not powered. are available.

• Rescue operation Rescue operation is used in emergency evacuation situations where the lift car has to be run to the next floor because of a power supply failure. the lift car traveling speed needs to be reduced.Description of Lift control program 19 • The Motor stall function protects the motor in stall situations where torque level is about to rise too high at lower speeds. The Leveling overtime stop function generates an emergency stop signal (OFF3) in situations where the stop command is not received on time after the leveling command due to an electrical or mechanical problem. Due to derated power supply. the drive is supplied by an external emergency power supply and is. the lift controller decides and issues the direction of travel. automatic and manual evacuation. In such a situation. In manual evacuation. . Two evacuation options. the drive uses the evacuation mode (evacuation speed). are available. ie. it monitors that the motor torque stays within user-defined torque limits. • • In automatic evacuation. For this. switched to the low voltage mode. the drive searches the lighter load direction (up or down) and then automatically runs the lift car to that direction. thereby.

BATT. optional) Start up Start up Start down Start down Speed ref ref Speed sel 1 sel 1 Speed ref ref Speed sel 2 sel 2 Speed ref ref Speed sel 3 sel 3 Fault reset Fault reset Evacuation mode Evacuation mode Ready Ready Fault Fault Contactor control Contactor control Lift Lift controller controller (PLC) (PLC) Brake resistor Braking resistor Encoder Encoder 3 Brake control control Brake 1) Extra inputs/outputs can be added by installing optional I/O extension modules (FIO-xx) in drive Slot 2. optional) (DriveStudio. or resolver interface module (FEN-xx) installed in drive Slot 1 or 2.20 Description of Lift control program Lift system configuration The following figure shows an example of a lift system configuration with I/O control. Contactor sequence K2 K1 External control External control UDC + UDC - Local control Local control 2) 3) 1) 3) Control panel or PC Tool Control panel or PC tool (DriveStudio. two motor contactors and DC battery rescue operation. PE L1 L2 L3 Rescue operation Rescue operation External supply External supply Contactor sequence K1 K2 DC DC batt. 2) Incremental or absolute encoder. . 3) Two encoder/resolver interface modules or two I/O extension modules of the same type are not allowed.

or resolver interface module (FEN-xx) installed in drive Slot 1 or 2. 2) Incremental or absolute encoder. . one motor contactor and 1-phase 230 V AC UPS rescue operation. optional) (DriveStudio. optional) Brake resistor Braking resistor Encoder Encoder 3 Brake control Brake control 1) Extra inputs/outputs can be added by installing optional I/O extension modules (FIO-xx) in drive Slot 2. 3) Two encoder/resolver interface modules or two I/O extension modules of the same type are not allowed.Description of Lift control program 21 The figure below shows an example of a lift system configuration with I/O control. Safe torque off (STO) is used for removing the second motor contactor. L N PE L1 L2 L3 Rescue operation Rescue operation External supply External supply Contactor sequence K1 K2 UPS UPS 230 230 V AC V AC Contactor sequence K2 K1 External control External control 2) 3) Start up Start up Start down Start down Speed ref ref Speed sel 1 sel 1 Speed ref ref Speed sel 2 sel 2 Speed ref ref Speed sel 3 sel 3 Fault reset Fault reset Evacuation mode Evacuation mode Safe torque off Safe torque off Ready Ready Fault Fault Contactor control Contactor control Local control Local control 1) 3) Lift Lift controller controller (PLC) (PLC) Control panel or PC Tool Control panel or PC tool (DriveStudio.

optional I/O extension modules (digital inputs).07 SPEED REF SEL3. The speed reference is selected based on the combined status of the three configurable bit pointer parameters 80. The mode is available in both local and external control. For information on the use of the fieldbus interface.05 SPEED REF SEL1. start up/down and stop).03 LOCAL CTRL LOSS. External control When the drive is in external control. External control location EXT1 is used for control signals (eg. and adjust parameters. 80. control commands (start/stop and reference) are given through the I/O terminals (digital inputs).06 SPEED REF SEL2 and 80. meaning that the motor rotates at a speed proportional to the speed reference given to the drive. contact your local ABB representative. You can use the control locations to control the drive. you can select how the drive reacts to a control panel or PC tool communication break. The control location is selected with the LOC/REM key on the control panel or with the PC tool (Take/Release button). external control The drive has two main control locations: external and local. Changing the control location to local can be disabled with parameter 16. The control panel always overrides the external control signal sources when used in local control. The speed control mode can be used either with estimated speed used as feedback. . With parameter 46. read status data. A block diagram illustrating the control chain for speed control is presented in chapter Control block diagrams. Drive operation mode The drive operates in the speed control mode. the control commands are given from the control panel keypad or from a PC equipped with the DriveStudio PC tool. or with an encoder or resolver for better speed accuracy. Local control When the drive is in local control.22 Description of Lift control program Local control vs. or the fieldbus interface (via an optional fieldbus adapter module). Local control is mainly used during commissioning and maintenance.01 LOCAL LOCK.

see chapter ACSM1 control panel or the DriveStudio documentation. . contact your local ABB representative. Backup and restore of drive contents The drive offers a possibility of backing up numerous settings and configurations to external storage such as the internal memory of the drive control panel and a PC file (using the DriveStudio tool). Parameter settings User parameter sets Lift control program. For more information. or a number of drives. Drive programming Even though the Lift control program is designed to be configured and used with basic parameters. The function disables the control voltage of the power semiconductors of the drive output stage. These settings and configurations can then be restored to the drive. one of the two contactors interrupting the current to the motor in the lift machine may be left out. thus preventing the inverter from generating the voltage required to rotate the motor. By using the Safe torque off function. its functionality can be easily extended and modified for various users’ needs. see Safe torque off function for ACSM1. Backup using the control panel includes • • • • • Parameter settings User parameter sets. For more information. ACS850 and ACQ810 drives application guide (3AFE68929814 [English]).Description of Lift control program 23 Safe torque off The ACSM1 has an integrated Safe torque off (STO) function. Backup using DriveStudio includes For detailed instructions for performing the backup/restore. This can be done by using a drive programming feature with the optional DriveSPC PC tool. You can create a tailor-made application program with the standard IEC 61131 function blocks and thereby adapt the drive to the lift system without additional hardware or software.

. the backup/restore tool will warn the user and offers a possibility to set the parameter manually. See the descriptions of parameters 16. so the results should be carefully observed and verified when done for the first time. In these cases. Parameter restore Parameters are divided into three different groups that can be restored together or individually: • • • Motor configuration parameters and identification (ID) run results Encoder and fieldbus adapter settings Other parameters.12.09…16. User parameter sets The drive has four user parameter sets that can be saved to the permanent memory and recalled using drive parameters. It is also possible to use digital inputs to switch between different user parameter sets. The parameters and application support are bound to change between firmware versions and backups are not always compatible with other firmware versions even if restore is allowed by the backup/restore tool. but restoring a backup always resets and reboots the control unit. retaining the existing ID run results in the drive will make a new ID run unnecessary. so restore is not possible with the drive running. For example. the parameter is not restored.24 Description of Lift control program Limitations A backup can be done without interfering with drive operation. Restoring backup files from one firmware version to another is considered risky. Before using the backup/restore functions between different firmware versions. Restore of individual parameters can fail for the following reasons: • • • • The restored value does not fall within the minimum and maximum limits of the drive parameter The type of the restored parameter is different from that in the drive The restored parameter does not exist in the drive (often the case when restoring the parameters of a new firmware version to a drive with an older version) The backup does not contain a value for the drive parameter (often the case when restoring the parameters of an old firmware version to a drive with a newer version). refer to the release notes of each version.

The appropriate set can then be recalled when the motor is switched. In an application where different motors are used with one drive. make sure the settings correspond to the motor used in the application before recalling a user set. the motor ID run needs to be performed with each motor and saved to different user sets. .Description of Lift control program 25 A user parameter set contains all values of parameter groups 10 to 99 (except the fieldbus communication configuration settings). As the motor settings are included in the user parameter sets.

26 Description of Lift control program .

0 or later. Compatibility This chapter is compatible with the ACSM1 drive control panel SW rev 3. Features The ACSM1 control panel features: • • • alphanumeric control panel with an LCD display context sensitive help real time clock. The control panel can be used to control the drive. .07 and Flash rev 4.ACSM1 control panel 27 ACSM1 control panel What this chapter contains This chapter describes the features and operation of the ACSM1 control panel. read status data. See page 33 for how to find out the control panel version. and adjust parameters.

4 A Status LED – Green for normal operation. menus or lists. STOP – Stops the drive in local control. if enabled. • 2b: Center – variable. The text in the lower right corner of the LCD display indicates the function. Soft key 2 – Function depends on the context. Use 1 D /2& LOC E F +] USP 400RPM USP 1200 RPM +] $ 12. • Decrements a value if a parameter is selected. see section Status line on page 29.5 405 dm3/s 12:45 MENU 0(18 3 Soft key 1 – Function depends on the context. Help – Displays context sensitive information when the key is pressed. in general. • 2c: Bottom line – shows current functions of the two soft keys and. 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 . No. LCD display – Divided into three main areas: • 2a: Status line – variable. LOC/REM – Changes between local and remote control of the drive. Up – • Scrolls up through a menu or list displayed in the center of the LCD display. START – Starts the drive in local control. Down – • Scrolls down through a menu or list displayed in the center of the LCD display. The text in the lower left corner of the LCD display indicates the function. Shows also faults and alarms. shows signal and parameter values. • Increments a value if a parameter is selected. 2 DIR '. • Decrements the reference value if the upper right corner is highlighted. the clock display. • Holding the key down changes the value faster.28 ACSM1 control panel Overview The following table summarizes the key functions and displays on the ACSM1 control panel. The information displayed describes the item currently highlighted in the center of the display. • Holding the key down changes the value faster. depending on the mode of operation. • Increments the reference value if the upper right corner is highlighted.

eg. from the control panel. Replace it with a new CR 2032 battery. Drive control is remote. mode. eg. parameter group or fault. REF EDIT. eg. • Name of the current mode • Name of the list or menu shown • Name of the operation state. but the motor is not running.ACSM1 control panel 29 Maintenance Control panel battery must be replaced every 10 years. LOC 1 No. Drive is stopped. • Reference value in the Output mode • Number of the highlighted item. see ACSM1 control panel user's guide (3AUA0000020131) [English]). because start enable is missing. Start command is present. that is. Drive is running but not at setpoint. 3 Panel operation mode 4 Reference value or number of the selected item Installation For information on connecting the panel to the drive and mounting the panel. . Status line The top line of the LCD display shows the basic status information of the drive. Field 1 Control location 30. such as the drive I/O or fieldbus.00rpm 2 4 Alternatives LOC REM LOC 1 2 MAIN MENU 3 1 4 Significance Drive control is local. Forward shaft direction Reverse shaft direction 2 State Rotating arrow Dotted rotating arrow Stationary arrow Dotted stationary arrow Drive is running at setpoint. The battery is housed on the rear of the control panel.

In addition.00rpm DIR LOC 49. and then by scrolling the and arrow keys until the option is highlighted. by entering the MENU state using soft key 2. The ACSM1 Control Panel has six options in the Main menu: Parameters. The left soft key is used to cancel the changes made and return to the previous operation level. eg. With the right soft key you usually enter a mode. accept an option or save the changes. whose current function is indicated by the text shown in the display above each key. Time & Date. To do other tasks. the panel goes automatically to the Fault mode showing the fault or alarm. Also. LOC 30.7 00:00 MAIN MENU Hz A % MENU 1 PARAMETERS FAULT LOGGER TIME & DATE EXIT 00:00 ENTER . 50 10. the panel is in the Output mode. Reference Edit and Drive Info. You select an option. modify the reference value and monitor up to three actual values. switch between local and remote control. item or state. The operation in these modes and options is described in the following sections. operation mode or parameter. The keys include two contextsensitive soft keys. change the direction.30 ACSM1 control panel Operation Basics of operation You operate the control panel with menus and keys. The status line (see section Status line on page 29) shows the name of the current menu. and then pressing the relevant soft key. Fault Logger. mode. You can reset the fault in the Output or Fault mode. stop. 10 0. where you can start. first go to the Main menu and select the appropriate option on the menu. Parameter Backup. which is used as default. when a fault or alarm occurs. the control panel has an Output mode. Initially.

abbreviations of the options in the Main menu and the page number where the steps to do the task are described in detail. set the clock and enable/ disable automatic clock transitions according to the daylight saving changes How to copy parameters from the drive to the control panel Parameter Backup PAR BACKUP PAR BACKUP PAR BACKUP REF EDIT DRIVE INFO 50 50 57 58 59 How to restore parameters from the control Parameter Backup panel to the drive How to view backup information How to edit a reference value How to view drive info Parameter Backup Reference Edit Drive Info * Main menu options actually shown in the control panel. the mode in which you can perform them. .ACSM1 control panel 31 List of tasks The table below lists common tasks. Task Mode / Main menu Abbreviations of option the Main menu options * Any Any Output Any Any Parameters Output Output Parameters Parameters Parameters PARAMETERS PARAMETERS PARAMETERS PARAMETERS Page How to get help How to find out the panel version How to start and stop the drive How to switch between local and remote control How to change the direction of the motor rotation How to select the monitored signals How to set the speed reference in the Output mode How to adjust the display contrast How to change the value of a parameter How to change the value of value pointer parameters How to change the value of a bit pointer parameter to point to the value of a bit in another signal How to change the value of a bit pointer parameter to fixed 0 (FALSE) or 1 (TRUE) How to view faults How to reset faults and alarms 32 33 34 34 36 36 37 37 38 39 41 Parameters Fault Logger Fault Logger PARAMETERS FAULT LOGGER FAULT LOGGER TIME & DATE 43 45 45 47 How to show/hide the clock. change date Time & Date and time formats.

scroll the lines with keys and . 2. Press ? to read the context-sensitive help text for the item that is highlighted. it is shown on the display. return to the previous EXIT display by pressing . After reading the text. . Display LOC TIME & DATE 6 TIME FORMAT DATE FORMAT SET TIME SET DATE DAYLIGHT SAVING EXIT SEL 00:00 LOC HELP Use daylight saving to enable or disable automatic clock adjustment according to daylight saving EXIT 00:00 LOC HELP to enable or disable automatic clock adjustment according to daylight saving changes EXIT 00:00 LOC TIME & DATE 6 TIME FORMAT DATE FORMAT SET TIME SET DATE DAYLIGHT SAVING EXIT 00:00 SEL If help text exists for the item. 3.32 ACSM1 control panel Help and panel version – Any mode How to get help Step Action 1. If the whole text is not visible.

switch off the control board or the drive. ? Display PANEL VERSION INFO Panel SW: x. Keep key ? pressed down while you switch on the power and read the information. • If the panel cable can be disconnected easily. unplug the panel cable from the control panel. 2. The display shows the following panel information: Panel SW: panel firmware version ROM CRC: panel ROM check sum Flash Rev: flash content version Flash content comment. switch it off.ACSM1 control panel 33 How to find out the panel version Step Action 1. OR • If the panel cable cannot be disconnected easily.xx ROM CRC: xxxxxxxxxx Flash Rev: x. When you release the the Output mode. If the power is switched on. the panel goes to .xx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx key.

01 LOCAL LOCK. It is dotted until the drive reaches the setpoint. . LOC MESSAGE Switching to the local control mode. To be able to start or stop the drive by using the control panel. and uses them as the initial local control settings. The drive copies the current remote values for the run/stop status and the reference. • To switch between remote control (REM shown on the status line) and local control (LOC shown on the status line). stop and switch between local and remote control You can start. the drive continues running as before. Note: Switching to local control can be disabled with parameter 16. stop and switch between local and remote control in any mode. Set the local control reference as instructed on page 37. the drive stops. it is in remote control (REM) and controlled through the drive I/O terminals. • To stop the drive in local control. press LOC .34 ACSM1 control panel Basic operations – Any mode How to start. To switch to local control (LOC) and control the drive using the control panel. press LOC REM Display . the drive must be in local control. 00:00 The arrow ( or ) on the status line stops rotating. . press • To start the drive in local control. Step Action 1. press . The arrow ( or ) on the status line starts rotating. • If you press the key for about two seconds. The very first time the drive is powered up. The result depends on how REM long you press the key: • If you release the key immediately (the display flashes “Switching to the local control mode”).

50 10. The center can be configured to show up to three signal values or bar graphs. change the direction and switch between local and remote control. LOC 30.7 00:00 Hz A % MENU .ACSM1 control panel 35 Output mode In the Output mode.00rpm The top right corner of the display shows the reference value. DIR 49. 10 0. EXIT You get to the Output mode by pressing repeatedly. you can: • • • • • monitor actual values of up to three signals change the direction of the motor rotation set the speed reference adjust the display contrast start. stop. see page 36 for instructions on selecting and modifying the monitored signals.

10 0. press . You can select which signals are monitored in the Output mode and how they are displayed with group 17 PANEL DISPLAY parameters. press repeatedly until you get there.00rpm DIR 49.06 00:00 CANCEL LOC NEXT PAR EDIT 1702 SIGNAL2 PARAM 01. 50 10. 3. 50 10. Display LOC PAR EDIT 1701 SIGNAL1 PARAM 01. or vice versa. To change the direction from forward ( shown on the status line) to reverse ( shown on the status DIR line). See page 38 for detailed instructions on changing parameter values.04 00:00 CANCEL How to change the direction of the motor rotation Step Action 1. switch to local control by pressing . The display briefly shows a message about changing the mode and then returns to the Output mode.36 ACSM1 control panel How to select the monitored signals Step Action 1.03 00:00 CANCEL LOC NEXT PAR EDIT 1703 SIGNAL3 PARAM 01.7 00:00 Hz A % MENU LOC 30. If the drive is in remote control (REM shown on the status line).00rpm DIR 2. If you are not in the Output mode. LOC REM 49.7 00:00 Hz A % MENU . EXIT NEXT Display REM 30. 10 0.

press keys simultaneously. 10 0. • To increase the highlighted reference value shown in the top right corner of the display.00rpm DIR 2. If you are not in the Output mode. 10 0. 10 0. Step Action 1.7 00:00 Hz A % MENU and and LOC 30. press keys simultaneously. switch to local control by pressing .00rpm DIR LOC 49.00rpm DIR 2. press repeatedly until you get there. 50 10. LOC REM 49. 50 10. • To increase the contrast. press . It is stored in the permanent memory of the drive and restored automatically after power switchoff. • To decrease the value. press .7 00:00 Hz A % MENU . 50 10. The display briefly shows a message about changing the mode and then returns to the Output mode.7 00:00 Hz A % MENU How to adjust the display contrast Step Action 1. press repeatedly until you get there. 10 0. • To decrease the contrast. 50 10.7 00:00 Hz A % MENU 31. If the drive is in remote control (REM shown on the status line). MENU MENU 49. 10 0. If you are not in the Output mode.00rpm DIR 49. 50 10.7 00:00 Hz A % MENU LOC 30. EXIT Display LOC 30.ACSM1 control panel 37 How to set the speed reference in the Output mode See also section Reference Edit on page 58. EXIT Display REM 30. The value changes immediately.00rpm DIR 49. 3.

4.38 ACSM1 control panel Parameters In the Parameters option. change the direction and switch between local and remote control. Select the appropriate parameter group with keys and . stop. and 3. otherwise by pressing repeatedly until you get to the Main menu. Press SEL . Select the appropriate parameter with keys and . Go to the Main menu by pressing if you are EXIT in the Output mode. you can: • • view and change parameter values start. . Go to the Parameters option by selecting PARAMETERS on the menu with keys ENTER . MENU Display LOC MAIN MENU 1 PARAMETERS FAULT LOGGER TIME & DATE EXIT 00:00 ENTER LOC PAR GROUPS 01 01 ACTUAL VALUES 02 I/O VALUES 03 CONTROL VALUES 05 LIFT APPL SIGNALS 06 DRIVE STATUS EXIT 00:00 SEL LOC PAR GROUPS 99 99 START-UP DATA 01 ACTUAL VALUES 02 I/O VALUES 03 CONTROL VALUES 05 LIFT APPL SIGNALS EXIT SEL 00:00 LOC PARAMETERS 9901 LANGUAGE ENGLISH 9904 MOTOR TYPE 9906 MOT NOM CURRENT 9907 MOT NOM VOLTAGE EXIT 00:00 EDIT LOC PARAMETERS 9901 LANGUAGE 9904 MOTOR TYPE AM 9906 MOT NOM CURRENT 9907 MOT NOM VOLTAGE EXIT EDIT 00:00 2. and pressing . How to select a parameter and change its value Step Action 1. The current value of the parameter is shown below the selected parameter.

Go to the Main menu by pressing if you are EXIT in the Output mode. LOC PAR EDIT 9904 MOTOR TYPE [0] CANCEL 5. 6. • To cancel the new value and keep the original. Holding the key down changes the value faster. press SAVE AM 00:00 SAVE LOC PAR EDIT 9904 MOTOR TYPE [1] CANCEL PMSM 00:00 SAVE . The value pointer parameter points to the value of another parameter/signal. and pressing . value pointer parameters and bit pointer parameters.ACSM1 control panel 39 Step Action Press EDIT Display . Step Action 1. MENU Display LOC MAIN MENU 1 PARAMETERS FAULT LOGGER TIME & DATE EXIT 00:00 ENTER LOC PAR GROUPS 01 01 ACTUAL VALUES 02 I/O VALUES 03 CONTROL VALUES 05 LIFT APPL SIGNALS 06 DRIVE STATUS EXIT 00:00 SEL 2. there are two kinds of pointer parameters. The source parameter is given in format P. where xx = Parameter group.yy. yy = parameter index. otherwise by pressing repeatedly until you get to the Main menu.xx. CANCEL press . LOC PARAMETERS 9901 LANGUAGE 9904 MOTOR TYPE PMSM 9906 MOT NOM CURRENT 9907 MOT NOM VOLTAGE EXIT 00:00 EDIT How to change the value of value pointer parameters In addition to the parameters shown above. Pressing the key once increments or decrements the value. Go to the Parameters option by selecting PARAMETERS on the menu with keys ENTER . Specify a new value for the parameter with keys and . • To save the new value. Pressing the keys simultaneously replaces the displayed value with the default value. and .

Here the value pointer parameter 15.05 01 ACTUAL VALUES CANCEL 00:00 NEXT 6. • To cancel the new value and keep the original. • To save the new value for the pointer parameter.02.01 AO1 PTR is used as an example.01. Select the appropriate parameter with keys and .02. Specify a new parameter for the value pointer parameter to point to with keys and .05 1502 AO1 FILT TIME 1503 AO1 MAX 1504 AO1 MIN EXIT 00:00 EDIT LOC PAR EDIT 4.02. the current value of each parameter is shown below it. . Select the appropriate parameter group with keys and . as well as the parameter group it points to.08 SAVE 0208 AO1 CANCEL 00:00 . The parameter changes respectively.01. SEL 5. press press CANCEL NEXT . • To continue. Press EDIT . The parameter group changes respectively.05 NEXT 02 I/O VALUES CANCEL 00:00 LOC PAR EDIT 7. press SAVE 1501 AO1 PTR P. The current value of the value pointer parameter is shown. Press to select the appropriate parameter group.08 1502 AO1 FILT TIME 1503 AO1 MAX 1504 AO1 MIN EXIT EDIT 00:00 . 8. • To cancel the new value and keep the original. The new value is shown in the parameters list. LOC PARAMETERS 1501 AO1 PTR P. 1501 AO1 PTR P. Display LOC PAR GROUPS 15 10 START/STOP 11 START/STOP MODE 12 DIGITAL IO 13 ANALOGUE INPUTS 15 ANALOGUE OUTPUTS EXIT SEL 00:00 LOC PARAMETERS 1501 AO1 PTR P. CANCEL press .40 ACSM1 control panel Step Action 3. LOC PAR EDIT 1501 Ao1 PTR P. Specify a new parameter group for the value pointer parameter to point to with keys and .

The current value of each parameter is shown below its name. For example.01. otherwise by pressing repeatedly until you get to the Main menu.04 DI01 OUT PTR is used as an example. A pointer value is given in format P.xx. Here the bit pointer parameter 12. the first bit from the right. Press to select the appropriate parameter group. SEL 5. For the latter option. yy = Parameter index.01. 4.ACSM1 control panel 41 How to change the value of a bit pointer parameter to point to the value of a bit in another signal The bit pointer parameter points to the value of a bit in another signal.yy. MENU Display LOC MAIN MENU 1 PARAMETERS FAULT LOGGER TIME & DATE EXIT 00:00 ENTER LOC PAR GROUPS 01 01 ACTUAL VALUES 02 I/O VALUES 03 CONTROL VALUES 05 LIFT APPL SIGNALS 06 DRIVE STATUS EXIT SEL 00:00 LOC PAR GROUPS 12 12 DIGITAL IO 13 ANALOGUE INPUTS 15 ANALOGUE OUTPUTS 16 SYSTEM 17 PANEL DISPLAY SEL EXIT 00:00 LOC 1201 1202 1203 1204 PARAMETERS DI01 CONF9901 DI02 CONF DI03 CONF DI01 OUT PTR P. see page 43. The first bit from the left is bit number 31. zz = Bit number.zz. Go to the Parameters option by selecting PARAMETERS on the menu with keys ENTER . Go to the Main menu by pressing if you are EXIT in the Output mode. Step Action 1. the second bit from the right. and 3. Press EDIT . bit 01 stands for bit number 21 = 2. The bit pointer parameter points to a bit value (0 or 1) of one bit in a 32-bit signal. where xx = Parameter group. and number 00 stands for bit number 20 = 1. and pressing . and the first bit from the right is bit number 0.00 EXIT EDIT 00:00 PAR EDIT 2. or can be fixed to 0 (FALSE) or 1 (TRUE). Select the appropriate parameter with keys and . POINTER is selected to define a source from another signal. Select the appropriate parameter group with keys and . LOC 1204 DI01 OUT PTR Pointer 00:00 CANCEL NEXT . When adjusting a bit pointer parameter on the control panel.

Specify a new parameter group for the bit pointer parameter to point to with keys and . LOC PAR EDIT 1204 DI01 OUT PTR 00 READY CANCEL 00:00 P. Press . CANCEL press .42 ACSM1 control panel Step Action 6. 10.00 06 DRIVE STATUS CANCEL 00:00 NEXT LOC PAR EDIT 8. LOC PAR EDIT 1204 DI01 OUT PTR P. • To continue.06. as well as the parameter group it points to.06.06. Specify a new bit for the bit pointer parameter to point to with keys and . • To save the new value for the bit pointer SAVE parameter.01. The parameter group changes respectively. • To continue. press . CANCEL press .01.01.01. 9. • To cancel the new value and keep the original. The bit number and name (if defined) change respectively. CANCEL press . Specify a new parameter for the bit pointer parameter to point to with keys and . the first bit from the right in a 32-bit signal.06. press NEXT 1204 DI01 OUT PTR P.00 0601 STATUS WORD 1 CANCEL 00:00 NEXT .01. NEXT Display LOC PAR EDIT 1204 DI01 OUT PTR P. • To cancel the new value and keep the original. The new value is shown in the parameters list.00 01 ACTUAL VALUES CANCEL 00:00 NEXT 7. The current value of the bit pointer parameter is shown.00 EDIT EXIT 00:00 . The parameter name changes respectively.01.00 SAVE LOC 1201 1202 1203 1204 PARAMETERS DI01 CONF9901 DI02 CONF DI03 CONF DI01 OUT PTR P. press NEXT . • To cancel the new value and keep the original. Here bit 00 stands for bit number 20 = 1.

and pressing .). Here the bit pointer parameter 12. Select the appropriate parameter with keys and . otherwise by pressing repeatedly until you get to the Main menu. Press to select the appropriate parameter group.) or 1 (C.FALSE.02. Select the appropriate parameter group with keys and . Go to the Main menu by pressing if you are EXIT in the Output mode. SEL 5.ACSM1 control panel 43 How to change the value of a bit pointer parameter to fixed 0 (FALSE) or 1 (TRUE) The bit pointer parameter can be fixed to constant value of 0 (FALSE) or 1 (TRUE). and 3. MENU Display LOC MAIN MENU 1 PARAMETERS FAULT LOGGER TIME & DATE EXIT 00:00 ENTER LOC PAR GROUPS 01 01 ACTUAL VALUES 02 I/O VALUES 03 CONTROL VALUES 05 LIFT APPL SIGNALS 06 DRIVE STATUS EXIT SEL 00:00 LOC PAR GROUPS 12 12 DIGITAL IO 13 ANALOGUE INPUTS 15 ANALOGUE OUTPUTS 16 SYSTEM 17 PANEL DISPLAY EXIT SEL 00:00 LOC 1201 1202 1203 1204 PARAMETERS DI01 CONF9901 DI02 CONF DI03 CONF DI01 OUT PTR P.04 DI01 OUT PTR is used as an example. When adjusting a bit pointer parameter on the control panel. 4. Step Action 1. The current value of each parameter is shown below its name.TRUE. Go to the Parameters option by selecting PARAMETERS on the menu with keys ENTER . CONST is selected in order to fix the value to 0 (displayed as C. LOC 1204 DI01 OUT PTR Pointer 00:00 CANCEL NEXT .06. Press EDIT .02 EXIT EDIT 00:00 PAR EDIT 2.

TRUE 00:00 [1] CANCEL 8. press SAVE SAVE . • To cancel the new value and keep the original.TRUE EXIT 00:00 EDIT . CANCEL press . SAVE LOC 1204 DI01 OUT PTR C. The new value is shown in the parameters list. Display LOC PAR EDIT 1204 DI01 OUT PTR Const 00:00 CANCEL 6. LOC PAR EDIT 1204 DI01 OUT PTR C.44 ACSM1 control panel Step Action Select CONST with keys and . Press NEXT NEXT . LOC 1201 1202 1203 1204 PARAMETERS DI01 CONF9901 DI02 CONF DI03 CONF DI01 OUT PTR C.FALSE 00:00 PAR EDIT [0] CANCEL 7. Specify a new constant value (TRUE or FALSE) for the bit pointer parameter with keys and . • To continue.

Go to the Fault Logger option by selecting FAULT LOGGER on the menu with keys and ENTER . EXIT • To return to the previous display.08 10:45:58 EXIT 00:00 DETAIL and to return to the . • If there are no faults in the fault history. press . • To reset the fault. and pressing . change the direction and switch between local and remote control. LOC LOCAL CTRL LOSS TIME 10:45:58 FAULT CODE 36 FAULT CODE EXTENSION EXIT 00:00 How to reset faults Step Action 1. the display shows the fault log starting with the most recent fault. press RESET Display LOC FAULT . select it with keys DETAIL and . press previous display. MENU Display LOC MAIN MENU 2 PARAMETERS FAULT LOGGER TIME & DATE EXIT 00:00 MESSAGE ENTER LOC 2. • Scroll the text with keys • After reading it. and press .04. Go to the Main menu by pressing if you are EXIT in the Output mode. otherwise by pressing repeatedly until you get to the Main menu. stop. When a fault occurs.ACSM1 control panel 45 Fault Logger In the Fault Logger option. The number on the row is the fault code according to which the causes and corrective actions are listed in chapter Fault tracing. FAULT 36 LOCAL CTRL LOSS RESET EXIT . How to view faults Step Action 1. you can: • • • view the drive fault history see the details of the most recent faults start. • If there is a fault history. a text identifying the fault is shown. • To see the details of a fault. the corresponding text will be shown. EXIT No fault history found LOC FAULT LOGGER 1 36: LOCAL CTRL LOSS 29.

stop. change the direction and switch between local and remote control.46 ACSM1 control panel Time & Date In the Time & Date option. you can: • • • • • show or hide the clock change date and time display formats set the date and time enable or disable automatic clock transitions according to the daylight saving changes start. . The ACSM1 control panel contains a battery to ensure the function of the clock when the panel is not powered by the drive.

yyyy mm/dd/yyyy CANCEL 00:00 OK • To set the time. SEL CANCEL Press to save or to cancel your changes.ACSM1 control panel 47 How to show or hide the clock. Go to the Time & Date option by selecting TIME & DATE on the menu with keys ENTER and pressing . • To specify the date format. MENU Display LOC MAIN MENU 3 PARAMETERS FAULT LOGGER TIME & DATE EXIT 00:00 ENTER LOC TIME & DATE 1 CLOCK VISIBILITY TIME FORMAT DATE FORMAT SET TIME SET DATE EXIT SEL 00:00 LOC CLOCK VISIB Show clock Hide clock 1 2. • To show (hide) the clock. otherwise by pressing repeatedly until you get to the Main menu. press . press and select a suitable format with keys and . • To specify the time format. select DATE FORMAT on the menu.mm. 3. if you want to return to the previous display without making EXIT changes. OK LOC SET TIME to save or 15:41 CANCEL OK . or. and press . set the date and time and enable or disable clock transitions according to daylight saving changes Step Action 1. select TIME SEL FORMAT on the menu. and . press . Go to the Main menu by pressing if you are EXIT in the Output mode. Press CANCEL to cancel your changes.yy mm/dd/yy dd. Press to save or to cancel your changes. select SET TIME on the menu SEL and press . change display formats. SEL EXIT 00:00 SEL 1 LOC TIME FORMAT 24-hour 12-hour CANCEL 00:00 SEL 1 LOC DATE FORMAT dd. select Show clock (Hide clock) with keys and SEL and press . press and select OK CANCEL a suitable format.mm. select CLOCK SEL VISIBILITY on the menu.Then specify the minutes. Specify the hours with keys OK and .

select SET DATE on the menu SEL and press .03. and OK press ..Vict. • To enable automatic clock transitions.2008 CANCEL 00:00 OK . SEL select Off and press . To return to the EXIT previous display. Pressing ? opens the help that shows the beginning and end dates of the period during which daylight saving time is used in each country or area whose daylight saving changes you can select to be followed. OK Display LOC SET DATE 19. select the country or area whose daylight saving SEL changes are followed and press . Aust 2:Tasmania. press . press CANCEL changes. press . After specifying the year. Specify the first part of the date (day or month depending on the selected date format) with keys and . .. • To disable automatic clock transitions according to the daylight saving changes. select DAYLIGHT SAVING on the SEL menu and press . 00:00 SEL EXIT LOC EU: On: Mar last Sunday Off: Oct last Sunday US: HELP EXIT 00:00 . To cancel your • To enable or disable the automatic clock transitions according to the daylight saving changes. • To return to the previous display without making changes. Repeat for the second part. Scroll the text with keys and .48 ACSM1 control panel Step Action • To set the date. press EXIT LOC DAYLIGHT SAV 1 Off EU US Aust 1: NSW.

Restore only user set 1…4 to the drive with RESTORE USER SET 1…RESTORE USER SET 4. Selectable subsets of the backup file can then be restored/downloaded from the control panel to the same drive or another drive of the same type. In the Parameter Backup option. such as those changed by the ID Run. Uplading to the panel stores all drive parameters. Restore only motor data parameters to the drive with RESTORE PARS IDRUN. including the internal non-user-adjustable motor parameters. to the control panel. of the current backup file in the panel. It is useful to check this information when you are going to restore the parameters to another drive with RESTORE PARS ALL to ensure that the drives are compatible. version information etc. Restore all user sets to the drive with RESTORE ALL USER SETS. It does NOT include the user sets of parameters. Note: Use this function only to restore the parameters from a backup or to restore parameters to systems that are compatible. This includes. you can: • Copy all parameters from the drive to the control panel with MAKE BACKUP TO PANEL. including up to four user sets. This includes all defined user sets of parameters and internal (not adjustable by the user) parameters.ACSM1 control panel 49 Parameter Backup The Parameter Backup option is used to export parameters from one drive to another or to make a backup of the drive parameters. Restore the full parameter set from the control panel to the drive using the RESTORE PARS ALL command. This writes all parameters. for example. except motor data. • • . View the information about the backup stored in the control panel with SHOW BACKUP INFO. to the drive. to the drive with RESTORE PARS NO-IDRUN. • • • • Restore all parameters.

00:00 LOC PAR BACKUP 3 MAKE BACKUP TO PANEL SHOW BACKUP INFO RESTORE PARS ALL RESTORE PARS NO-IDRUN RESTORE PARS IDRUN 00:00 EXIT SEL LOC PAR BACKUP Initializing param. Press if you want to stop the operation. Go to the Parameter Backup option by selecting PAR BACKUP on the menu with keys . To copy all parameters (including user sets and internal parameters) from the drive to the control panel. 00:00 . restore operation • Press SEL . the display shows a OK message about the completion. Operation starts. Go to the Main menu by pressing if you are EXIT in the Output mode.50 ACSM1 control panel How to backup and restore parameters For all backup and restore functions available. To perform restore functions. MENU Display LOC FAULT LOGGER TIME & DATE PAR BACKUP EXIT 00:00 ENTER MAIN MENU 4 2. select MAKE BACKUP TO PANEL on the Par Backup with keys and . Step Action 1. select the appropriate operation (here RESTORE PARS ALL is used as an example) on the Par Backup with keys and . and SEL ABORT press . LOC PAR BACKUP 1 MAKE BACKUP TO PANEL SHOW BACKUP INFO RESTORE PARS ALL RESTORE PARS NO-IDRUN RESTORE PARS IDRUN EXIT SEL 00:00 LOC PAR BACKUP Copying file 1/2 3. ABORT 00:00 LOC MESSAGE Parameter upload successful OK 4. and pressing ENTER and . Press to return to the Par Backup. Restoring starts. see page 49. otherwise by pressing repeatedly until you get to the Main menu. After the backup is completed.

restore operation 00:00 . Restore operation starts normally.2 0. Press CANCEL if you want to stop the operation. the panel shows you the following parameter error information: Step Action 1. LOC PAR BACKUP Restarting drive 00:00 • The display shows the transfer status as a percentage of completion. Display LOC VERSION CHECK 1 BACKUP INTERFACE VER 0. Scroll the text with keys and .2 OK FIRMWARE VERSION CANCEL 00:00 CONT LOC PAR BACKUP Initializing param. Display LOC PAR BACKUP Initializing param. If the downloading is continued.ACSM1 control panel 51 Step Action • Backup interface version is checked. LOC PAR BACKUP Restoring/downloading all parameters 50% • Downloading finishes. press . LOC PAR BACKUP Finishing restore operation Parameter errors If you try to backup and restore parameters between different firmware versions. the display shows a message about it. restore operation • If you want to continue. drive is being restarted. CONT 00:00 • Downloading continues.

drive is being restarted. Firmware version is checked. You can see on the panel that the firmware versions are not the same. 0. Scroll the text with keys To continue. UMFI. restore operation 3. LOC PAR BACKUP Restarting drive 00:00 • The display shows the transfer status as a percentage of completion. 00:00 • Downloading continues. LOC PAR BACKUP Finishing restore operation . OK PRODUCT VARIANT CANCEL 00:00 CONT . 1330. CONT and . LOC PAR BACKUP Restarting drive 00:00 • Downloading finishes. Display LOC VER CHECK 1 FIRMWARE VERSION UMFI. LOC PAR BACKUP Restoring/downloading all parameters 50% • Downloading continues.52 ACSM1 control panel Step Action 2. 0. press operation. the display shows a message about it. Press CANCEL to stop the LOC VER CHECK 2 FIRMWARE VERSION PRODUCT VARIANT 2 2 OK CANCEL 00:00 CONT LOC PAR BACKUP Initializing param. 1460. If the downloading is continued.

CANCEL 6005 POS UNIT Degree [1] CANCEL 00:00 SAVE 7. Display LOC PAR ERRORS 1 6005*POS UNIT 0 ? VALUE MISSING 6008*POS2 INT SCALE READY 00:00 EDIT LOC PAR ERRORS 4 22114* 1313*AI SUPERVIS ACT 0000 bin INCORRECT VALUE TYPE READY 00:00 EDIT You can scroll the parameters with keys and .ACSM1 control panel 53 Step Action 4. PAR EDIT Press to return to the list of erroneous parameters. The panel shows a list of erroneous parameters. EDIT when LOC PAR EDIT Parameter 60. 5. Edit the parameter as shown in section Parameters on page 38.05 POS UNIT is used as an example. The reason for parameter error is also shown. Press SAVE 6005 POS UNIT [0] CANCEL LOC Revolution 00:00 SAVE to save the new value. You can edit parameters by pressing EDIT command is visible. 6. LOC PAR ERRORS 1 6005*POS UNIT 1 ? VALUE MISSING 6008*POS2 INT SCALE READY 00:00 EDIT . The parameter value you chose is visible under the parameter name. Press READY when you have edited parameters.

You can see on the panel that the firmware versions are not the same. 1330. 0. 0. If the downloading is continued. 1460. restore operation You can scroll the text with keys . restore operation 00:00 2. and 3. OK PRODUCT VARIANT CANCEL 00:00 CONT LOC VER CHECK 2 FIRMWARE VERSION PRODUCT VARIANT 2 2 OK CANCEL 00:00 CONT LOC PAR BACKUP Initializing param.54 ACSM1 control panel Trying to restore a user set between different firmware versions If you try to backup and restore a user set between different firmware versions. Display LOC PAR BACKUP Initializing param. LOC PAR BACKUP Restarting drive 00:00 • The display shows the transfer status as a percentage of completion. the panel shows you the following alarm information: Step Action 1. LOC VER CHECK 1 FIRMWARE VERSION UMFI. drive is being restarted. Restore operation starts normally. the display shows a message about it. Version check is also OK. UMFI. 00:00 • Downloading continues. LOC PAR BACKUP Restoring/downloading user set 1 50% .

LOC PAR BACKUP Restarting drive 00:00 • Downloading finishes. restore operation 00:00 • Downloading continues. LOC PAR BACKUP Finishing restore operation 4.ACSM1 control panel 55 Step Action • Downloading continues. Display LOC PAR BACKUP Initializing param. Panel shows a text identifying the alarm and returns to the Par Backup. LOC ALARM ALARM 2036 RESTORE EXIT . drive is being restarted.

Panel shows a text identifying the fault. Press SAVE No request 00:00 SAVE PAR EDIT LOC 1609 USER SET SEL [2] CANCEL LOC . Press EDIT . the panel shows you the following fault information: Step Action 1. Select parameter 16.09 USER SET SEL. 2. Display LOC PAR GROUPS 16 11 START/STOP MODE 12 DIGITAL IO 13 ANALOGUE INPUTS 15 ANALOGUE OUTPUTS 16 SYSTEM EXIT SEL 00:00 LOC 1603 1604 1607 1609 PARAMETERS PASS CODE9901 PARAM RESTORE PARAM SAVE USER SET SEL No request EXIT EDIT 00:00 PAR EDIT 3.56 ACSM1 control panel Trying to load a user set between different firmware versions If you try load a user set between different firmware versions. Select parameter group 16 SYSTEM with keys and . A user set is loaded through parameter 16. FAULT 310 USERSET LOAD RESET EXIT . Go to the Parameters option by selecting PARAMETERS on the main menu as shown in section Parameters on page 38.09 USER SET SEL with keys and . Press SEL to select the parameter group 16. LOC 1609 USER SET SEL [1] CANCEL Select the user set you want to load with keys and . The current value of each parameter is shown below its name. Load set 1 00:00 SAVE FAULT 4.

PRODUCT VARIANT 2 EXIT 00:00 3. MENU Display LOC FAULT LOGGER TIME & DATE PAR BACKUP EXIT 00:00 ENTER MAIN MENU 4 2. EXIT 4. LOC PAR BACKUP 2 MAKE BACKUP TO PANEL SHOW BACKUP INFO RESTORE PARS ALL RESTORE PARS NO-IDRUN RESTORE PARS IDRUN EXIT 00:00 SEL LOC BACKUP INFO BACKUP INTERFACE VER 0. LOC PAR BACKUP 1 MAKE BACKUP TO PANEL SHOW BACKUP INFO RESTORE PARS ALL RESTORE PARS NO-IDRUN RESTORE PARS IDRUN EXIT SEL 00:00 . Go to the Main menu by pressing if you are EXIT in the Output mode. The display shows the following information about the drive from where the backup was made: BACKUP INTERFACE VER: Format version of the backup file FIRMWARE VERSION: Information on the firmware UMFI: Firmware of the ACSM1 drive 1330: Firmware version (eg. Press to return to the Par Backup. Select SHOW BACKUP INFO on the Par Backup SEL with keys and . 1330. otherwise by pressing repeatedly until you get to the Main menu. 1. 1330. and pressing ENTER .ACSM1 control panel 57 How to view information about the backup Step Action 1.330) 0: Firmware patch version PRODUCT VARIANT: 1: ACSM1 Speed 2: ACSM1 Motion You can scroll the information with keys and . Go to the Par Backup option by selecting PAR BACKUP on the menu with keys and . EXIT 00:00 LOC BACKUP INFO FIRMWARE VERSION UMFI. and press . 0.2 FIRMWARE VERSION UMFI. 0. UMFI.2 0. 1330. 0.

press EXIT SAVE . the display shows a message about that. After the last number is selected. The selected reference value is shown in the status line. Editing is allowed only in the LOC state. LOC + 0000. LOC -1250. If you try to enter REF EDIT in the remote control mode. and press . stop. Otherwise.1250. 50 10. the option always edits the local reference value. start. ENTER and pressing . Select the correct numbers with keys and each number is selected. If the panel is in the remote control mode (REM shown on the status line). Go to the Reference Edit option by selecting REF EDIT on the menu with keys and . the number you are editing moves on to the next one on the right.00 rpm CANCEL 00:00 SAVE not select a number for a couple of seconds. How to edit a reference value Step Action 1. 2. press NEXT LOC REF EDIT .00rpm DIR 49. Select the correct sign with keys and NEXT . REM Reference editing is not possible in the remote control mode. 10 0. switch to local control (LOC shown on the status line) by pressing LOC .00 CANCEL 00:00 4.7 00:00 Hz A % MENU . and after . otherwise by EXIT pressing repeatedly until you get to the Main menu. MENU Display REM MESSAGE Reference editing enabled only in local control mode 00:00 LOC TIME & DATE PAR BACKUP REF EDIT EXIT 00:00 REF EDIT rpm NEXT ENTER MAIN MENU 5 3. If you do . you can: • • accurately control the local reference value. change the direction and switch between local and remote control. go to the Main menu by pressing if you are in the Output mode.58 ACSM1 control panel Reference Edit In the Reference Edit option. Go to the Output mode by pressing . 5.

ACSM1 control panel 59 Drive Info In the Drive Info option. MENU Display LOC PAR BACKUP REF EDIT DRIVE INFO EXIT 00:00 ENTER MAIN MENU 6 2. otherwise by pressing repeatedly until you get to the Main menu. you can: • • view information on the drive. Go to the Drive info option by selecting DRIVE INFO on the menu with keys and ENTER and pressing . stop. . Go to the Main menu by pressing if you are EXIT in the Output mode. change the direction and switch between local and remote control. How to view drive info Step Action 1. LOC DRIVE INFO DRIVE NAME DRIVE TYPE ACSM1 Motion DRIVE MODEL EXIT 00:00 . start.

DRIVE NAME: Drive name defined as a text in DriveStudio commissioning and maintenance tool DRIVE TYPE: Product variant. SOLUTION PROGRAM STANDARD LIBRARY EXIT 00:00 to return to the Main menu. The display shows information about the drive.60 ACSM1 control panel Step Action 3. SOLUTION PROGRAM: Information on the active solution program STANDARD LIBRARY: Version information of the standard library in the firmware TECHNOLOGY LIBRARY: Optional. Version information of the technology library POWER UNIT SERNO: Serial number of the power stage (JPU) MEM UNIT HW SERNO: Serial number in manufacturing the memory unit (JMU) MEM UNIT CONFIG SERNO: Serial number in configuring the memory unit (JMU). . 0. You can scroll the information with keys and . 1330. eg. Note: The information shown may vary according to the firmware version of the drive. Press EXIT Display LOC DRIVE INFO FW VERSION UMFI. ACSM1 Speed or ACSM1 Motion DRIVE MODEL: Type code of the drive FW VERSION: See page 57.

Start-up 61 Start-up What this chapter contains This chapter contains the following procedures: • How to start up the drive outlines the basic tasks that you need to perform to start up an ACSM1 drive with the Lift control program. In addition to the drive power-up. the procedure includes the following tasks: • • • • • • entering the motor data and performing the motor identification run setting up the encoder/resolver communication checking the emergency stop and Safe torque off circuits setting up the voltage control setting the drive limits setting up the motor overtemperature protection . For detailed instructions on using the panel. A minimum set of lift control functions required for operating a lift with the control program is included. the drive can be powered up without using these start-up tasks. The start-up procedures presented below use the control panel. How to start up the drive This procedure includes tasks which need to be performed only when the drive is powered up for the first time (for example. How to enable further lift control functions includes the tasks that you need to perform if you want to take into use further lift control functions. The procedure can be repeated later if start-up data needs to be changed. For instructions on using DriveStudio. entering the motor data). After the first start-up. see DriveStudio user manual (3AFE68749026 [English]). see chapter ACSM1 control panel. • The drive can be started up from the control panel or using the DriveStudio PC tool program.

disconnect the main power and wait 5 minutes for the intermediate circuit capacitors to discharge and check the drive and motor connections. De-couple the motor from the lift system if • a normal ID run (99.62 Start-up • setting up the following lift control functions: . see chapter Fault tracing for the possible causes and remedies.Manual fault reset . or • a reduced ID run (99.13 IDRUN MODE= Reduced) is required during the drive startup. Safety The start-up may only be carried out by a qualified electrician. If problems continue. If an alarm or a fault is generated during the start-up.07 AUTOPHASING MODE = Turning) is required during the drive start-up. ensure that you have the motor nameplate and encoder data (if needed) at your hand.Mechanical brake control . Check that the starting of the motor does not cause any danger. The safety instructions must be followed during the start-up procedure.Acceleration/deceleration selection .Automatic fault reset . Before you start. See the safety instructions on the first pages of the appropriate Hardware manual.Speed reference scaling . or • rotating autophasing (11.Start/stop control .Speed reference selection .Jerk selection. . See the installation checklist in the appropriate Hardware manual. Check the installation.13 IDRUN MODE = Normal) is required during the drive start-up.

activate by pressing LOC MAIN MENU 1 PARAMETERS FAULT LOGGER TIME & DATE EXIT ENTER . control panel basics Connect the control panel to the drive. For instructions.0 Hz A % MENU to access the Main menu. 00 0. 00 0. Switch to local control to ensure that external control is disabled by pressing the LOC key on the control REM panel.Start-up 63 Power up. the desired selection is highlighted. The two boxes at the bottom row of the display indicate the function of the two soft keys and . Press the and keys to make a new ENTER . The contents of the boxes depend on the visible menu choices. see the Hardware manual. 00 0. 00 0. After a few moments. This is completely normal. Power up the drive. 7-segment display: -> Control panel: REM 0. Local control is indicated by the text “LOC” on the top row on the display. Press MENU LOC 0.00rpm DIR 0. choice. Within any menu.00rpm DIR 0. the 7-segment display on the JCU Control Unit is activated and the panel shows the Output mode (right).0 Hz A % MENU Note: The drive will indicate an alarm (2021 NO MOTOR DATA) until the motor data is entered later in this procedure.

highlight PARAMETERS and ENTER press . Highlight the desired SEL group and press to display the parameters within that group. use the NEXT key to move between parameter group. 99. see the following sections: • How to select a parameter and change its value on page 38 • How to change the value of value pointer parameters on page 39 • How to change the value of a bit pointer parameter to point to the value of a bit in another signal on page 41 • How to change the value of a bit pointer parameter to fixed 0 (FALSE) or 1 (TRUE) on page 43. index and bit settings.) • Press to accept the new parameter value. to retain the old value.64 Start-up Adjusting parameter values In the Main menu. the language of the text shown is English.05 MOTOR CTRL MODE . Changing the language By default.04 MOTOR TYPE 99. the language can be changed. 99. DTC is used for normal lift operation. • Use the and keys to browse the list of parameter groups. CANCEL SAVE Notes: For more detailed instructions on adjusting parameter values. Entering motor data Select the motor type: asynchronous or permanent magnet motor. • Use and to adjust the value. (When adjusting pointer parameters. Select the motor control mode. CANCEL EXIT • At any point. press or to return to the previous level. Scalar control can be used for testing purposes.01 LANGUAGE If desired. EDIT • Highlight a parameter and press to adjust the value.

Better control accuracy can be achieved by setting also parameters 99.10 must be set with DTC control (99. F IP 55 Hz kW r/min A cos IA/IN t E/s 30 1475 32.83 30 380 V 1470 30 0.05 MOTOR CTRL MODE = Scalar). With multimotor drives.83 50 56 50 1475 0.11…99.Start-up 65 Enter the motor data from the motor nameplate.83 30 50 1470 34 0.ADA 6210/C3 IEC 34-1 180 V 690 Y 400 D 660 Y 380 D 415 D 440 D Cat. 6312/C3 Permanent magnet motor nameplate example: At least parameters 99.83 60 3GAA 202 001 . 99.09 MOT NOM SPEED to 1500 rpm results in wrong operation of the drive.05 MOTOR CTRL MODE = DTC).06 MOT NOM CURRENT . For example. see section Multimotor drives on page 67.06…99.12.cl. if the motor nominal speed is 1470 rpm on the nameplate.83 voltage 30 35 1770 59 0. • motor nominal current Allowed range: approximately 1/6 · I2n … 2 · I2n of the drive (0…2 · I2nd if parameter 99. Asynchronous motor nameplate example: ABB Motors 3 motor M2AA 200 MLA 4 IEC 200 M/L 55 No Ins. setting the value of parameter 99.83 59 mains 50 1475 50 54 0. no Note: Set the motor data to exactly the same value as on the motor nameplate.5 0.

• motor nominal speed Range: 0…30000 rpm. Alarm: ID-RUN 99.00 kW. • motor nominal frequency 99. use value 0 (ie. Range: 0.) value given by some motor manufactures.07 MOT NOM VOLTAGE Allowed range: 1/6 · UN … 2 · UN of the drive.647 N•m. default value).M.D.C.00…10000. With permanent magnet motor: If the frequency is not given on the motor nameplate. If the voltage is given as voltage per rpm.08 MOT NOM FREQ Range: 5.000…2147483. see section Multimotor drives on page 67. If the value is not given by the motor manufacturer. (UN refers to the highest voltage in each nominal voltage range. Range: 0. • motor nominal shaft torque. see section Multimotor drives on page 67. If the value is not given by the motor manufacturer. default value). 60 V per 1000 rpm.12 MOT NOM TORQUE .09 MOT NOM SPEED 99.00.11 MOT NOM COSFII 99.66 Start-up • motor nominal voltage 99. that is 480 V AC for ACSM1-04). it has to be calculated with the following formula: f = n × p / 60 where p = number of pole pairs. With multimotor drives.10 MOT NOM POWER 99. alarm IDRUN is generated to inform that the ID run needs to be performed. With multimotor drives. After the motor parameters have been set. see section Multimotor drives on page 67. With permanent magnet motors: The nominal voltage is the BackEMF voltage (at motor nominal speed). n = motor nominal speed. This value can be set for better DTC control accuracy.D. This value can be set for better DTC control accuracy.7 (= square root of 3).0…500. • motor nominal cosϕ (not applicable to permanent magnet motors). • motor nominal power Range: 0.00…1.M.C. With multimotor drives.0 Hz. use value 0 (ie. voltage by 1. Note that the nominal voltage is not equal to the equivalent DC motor voltage (E. the voltage for 3000 rpm nominal speed is 3 × 60 V = 180 V. eg. The nominal voltage can be calculated by dividing the E.

set parameter 95. use the following formulas to calculate the slip and the number of poles: f N ⋅ 60 p = Int ⎛ -------------.01 CTRL UNIT SUPPLY to External 24V. 99. External control unit power supply If the control unit of the drive is powered from an external power supply (as specified in the Hardware manual).10 MOT NOMT POWER If the motor powers are close to each other or the 99. 95. 99. Set the nominal motor frequencies. nominal voltage and number of poles.⋅ 100% nS where p = number of pole pairs (= motor pole number / 2) fN = motor nominal frequency in Hz nN = motor nominal speed in rpm s = motor slip in % nS = motor synchronous speed in rpm.08 MOT NOM FREQ Set the sum of the motor nominal powers.02 EXTERNAL CHOKE .Start-up 67 Multimotor drives This section applies only to drive systems in which multiple motors are connected to the drive. parameter 99.01 CTRL UNIT SUPPLY External mains choke If the drive is equipped with an external choke (specified in the Hardware manual).09 MOT NOM SPEED same but the nominal speeds vary slightly.06 MOT NOM CURRENT 99.09 MOT NOM SPEED can be set to the average value of the motor speeds. If the manufacturer motor data is insufficient. Set the sum of the motor nominal currents.⎞ ⎝ nN ⎠ f N ⋅ 60 n s = --------------p nS – nN s = ----------------. The frequencies must be the same. Check that the motors have the same relative slip (only for asynchronous motors).02 EXTERNAL CHOKE to YES. set parameter 95. 95.

ENSURE THAT IT IS SAFE TO RUN THE MOTOR BEFORE PERFORMING THE ID RUN! Note: Ensure that possible safe torque off and emergency stop circuits are closed during the ID run. During the run (Normal or Reduced). the motor will rotate in the forward direction.01 MOT TEMP PROT 45.02 MOT TEMP SOURCE ID RUN (motor identification run) WARNING! With Normal or Reduced ID run the motor will run at up to approximately 50…100% of the nominal speed during the ID run. 45. V2 and W2 are connected to the corresponding motor terminals: forward direction reverse direction . When drive output phases U2. see section Temperature sensors on page 124.68 Start-up Motor overtemperature protection (1) Select how the drive reacts when motor overtemperature is detected. For motor temperature measurement connections. Check the direction of rotation of the motor before starting the ID run. Select the motor temperature protection: motor thermal model or motor temperature measurement.

• The ID run cannot be performed if parameter 99.07 AUTOPHASING MODE for information on autophasing modes and section Autophasing on page 132.Start-up 69 Select the motor identification method with parameter 99. but there is no need to perform the Normal/Reduced/Standstill ID run again. During the Motor ID run. 11. . Notes: • The motor must be de-coupled from the lift system during the Normal or Reduced ID run as well as if rotating autophasing is required (that is. Autophasing is used when an absolute encoder or a resolver (or encoder with commutation signals) has been added/changed to a permanent magnet motor. NORMAL ID run should be selected whenever possible. • The drive will not control the mechanical brake of the motor open during the ID run. the motor shaft must NOT be locked and the load torque must be < 10% during the ID run). STANDSTILL ID run should be selected only if the Normal or Reduced ID run is not possible (the motor cannot be de-coupled from the lift system). See parameter 11. With permanent magnet motors this restriction applies also when the Standstill ID run is selected.13 IDRUN MODE 99. Ensure by some other means that the brake will be open if the Normal or Reduced ID run or rotating autophasing is required.07 AUTOPHASING MODE the drive will identify the characteristics of the motor for optimum motor control.05 MOTOR CTRL MODE = Scalar. The ID run is performed at the next start of the drive.13 IDRUN MODE. AUTOPHASING can only be selected after the Normal/Reduced/Standstill ID run has been performed once. REDUCED ID run should be selected instead of the Normal ID run if full flux is required to keep the motor brake open (conical motor).

page 220) • Resolver parameters (group 92. Note: Two encoder interface modules of the same type are not allowed.06 MAXIMUM TORQUE < 30% (asynchronous machines with Reduced ID run.31 92.01…91. When the ID run has been successfully completed.07 PARAM SAVE memory by setting parameter 16. 10.05 MAXIMUM CURRENT > 99.02 ENCODER 2 SEL 91. Set other necessary encoder/resolver parameters: • Absolute encoder parameters (group 91.13 Save new parameters settings into the permanent 16.01…92. page 226). The following must apply to all ID run methods: • 20.70 Start-up Check the drive limits.01 MAXIMUM SPEED > 50% of synchronous speed of the motor • 20. ID run is indicated by alarm ID-RUN on the panel display and by a rotating display on the 7-segment display. 90. the following must apply to Reduced and Normal ID run: • 20.03 93.07 PARAM SAVE to value Save.02 MINIMUM SPEED < 0 • Supply voltage > 66% of 99. set the limit values as required by the application.07 MOT NOM VOLTAGE • 20. Select the encoder/resolver to be used. and permanent magnet motors).06 MOT NOM CURRENT In addition. Start the motor by pressing (the START key) to activate the ID run. .01…93. For more information. Follow these instructions when encoder/resolver interface module FEN-xx is installed in drive option Slot 1 or 2. page 226) • Pulse encoder parameters (group 93.01 ENCODER 1 SEL 90. Fault: ID-RUN FAULT Speed measurement with encoder/resolver Encoder/resolver feedback can be used for more accurate motor control. fault IDRUN FAULT is generated. see parameter group 90 ENC MODULE SEL on page 220.88 LIFT RUN ENABLE Alarm: ID-RUN 7-segment display: rotating display If the ID run is not successfully completed.06 MAXIMUM TORQUE > 100% (asynchronous machines with Normal ID run only) • 20. Note: The Run enable signal must be active.

then select REF EDIT and press . 22. CANCEL Press repeatedly until you get to the MAIN ENTER EXIT ENTER menu. see section How to edit a reference value on page 58. 90.14 SPEED 01.10 ENCODER2 SPEED) speeds are equal. Select 01.08 ENCODER1 SPEED Check that the estimated (01.14 SPEED ESTIMATED ENTER PARAMETERS on the MAIN menu and press . . check the encoder/resolver parameter settings. Note: Two encoder interface modules of the same type are not allowed.01 SPEED FB SEL Enter a small speed reference value (for example 3% LOC MAIN MENU 5 of the nominal motor speed). Reference can be entered on the control panel by selecting the REF EDIT option on the MAIN menu. Set parameter 22. TIME & DATE PAR BACKUP REF EDIT For detailed instructions.01 SPEED FB SEL to Estimated. If the values differ. 01.10 ENC PAR REFRESH Checking the encoder/resolver connection Follow these instructions when encoder/resolver interface module FEN-xx is installed in drive option Slot 1 or 2. Start the motor by pressing (the START key).01 SINE COSINE NR / 93.11 ENC2 PULSE NR). Hint: If the actual speed (with an absolute or pulse encoder) differs from the reference value by a factor of 2.10 ENC PAR REFRESH to Configure so that the new parameter settings take effect. Go back to the PARAMETERS option.01 ENC1 PULSE NR / 93. check the pulse number setting (91.08 ENCODER1 SPEED / 01.10 ENCODER2 SPEED ESTIMATED) and actual (01.Start-up 71 Set parameter 90.

an AUTOPHASING ID run should be performed as well. Do the necessary changes.08 ENCODER1 01. Emergency stop circuit If there is an emergency stop circuit in use. 01.01 SPEED FB SEL Set parameter 22.08 ENCODER1 SPEED check that the actual speed (01.11 EM STOP OFF1 . If the direction of rotation is selected as reverse.01 SPEED FB SEL to Enc1 speed or Enc2 speed. and then setting parameter 90. If the speed feedback cannot be used in motor control: In special applications parameter 40. check that the circuit is functioning (emergency stop signal OFF1 is connected to the digital input which is selected as the source for the emergency stop activation). Stop the motor by pressing (the STOP key). 10.02 EXC SIGNAL AMPL or 92. Changing the connection: Disconnect the main power. • If the actual direction of the rotation is reverse and the actual speed negative. Check that the estimated and actual speed values are correct. and wait for 5 minutes for the intermediate circuit capacitors to discharge. the actual speed must be negative.10 ENCODER2 SPEED) is positive: • If the actual direction of the rotation is forward and the actual speed negative. Autotuning routines can be activated by adjusting parameter 92. See section Speed filtering on page 74. Note: Speed filtering needs to be adjusted especially when the encoder pulse number is small.03 EXC SIGNAL FREQ.06 FORCE OPEN LOOP must be set to TRUE. the phasing of the pulse encoder wires is reversed. the motor cables are incorrectly connected. 22. If the resolver is used with a permanent magnet motor.10 ENCODER2 SPEED SPEED / 01.10 ENC PAR REFRESH to Configure.72 Start-up If the direction of rotation is selected as forward. Note: Resolver autotuning routines should always be performed after the resolver cable connection has been modified. Switch the power on and start the motor again.

For safe torque off wiring.01 11.07 STO DIAGNOSTIC function is active (that is. flying start (start to a rotating motor) is not possible. see the appropriate Hardware manual. Select how the drive reacts when the Safe torque off 46. check that the circuit functions. thus preventing the inverter from generating the voltage required to rotate the motor. The chopper connects the brake resistor to the intermediate circuit of the drive whenever the DC voltage exceeds the maximum limit. For more information on the brake resistor connection. Note: When 11. By default.01…48.01 START MODE START MODE is set to Const time. see the appropriate Hardware manual. Setting 11.02 UNDERVOLT CTRL Motor start function Select the motor start function. Limits Set the operation limits according to the process requirements.07 47. 11.01 START MODE to Automatic selects a general-purpose start function. 48. • Set the brake chopper and resistor settings. The highest possible starting torque is achieved when 11. If there is a safe torque off circuit in use.01 START MODE is set to Fast (automatic optimised DC magnetising) or Const time (constant DC magnetising with user-defined magnetising time).01…20. Check that the undervoltage controller is active. select Alarm or No. Electrical braking and voltage control Electrical braking (a built-in brake chopper and brake resistor) is needed in lift applications to allow the drive to dissipate regenerative energy. • Check that the connection is functioning.01 START MODE is set to Fast or Const time. If the Safe torque off function is used for replacing one of the two main contactors between the drive and the motor. the undervoltage controller will automatically decrease the motor torque in order to keep the voltage above the lower limit.Start-up 73 Safe torque off The Safe torque off function disables the control voltage of the power semiconductors of the drive output stage.07 . This setting also makes flying start (starting to a rotating motor) possible. when the control voltage of the power semiconductors of the drive output stage is disabled). If the DC voltage drops due to input power cut off. 20.

use the 26. Reducing the ripple with filters may cause speed controller tuning problems. Set the typical ambient temperature of the motor. A higher value can be used if the motor has an external motor fan to boost the cooling. A very long filter time results in unstable control. • Set the break point frequency of the motor load curve • Set the motor nominal temperature rise • Set the time within which the temperature has reached 63% of the nominal temperature. the motor thermal protection model must be configured as follows: • Set the maximum allowed operating load of the motor • Set the zero speed load.05 AMBIENT TEMP 45.04 MOT TEMP FLT LIM 45.02 MOT TEMP SOURCE is set to ESTIMATED. 45.10 MOT THERM TIME 99.03 MOT TEMP ALM LIM 45. When 45. small pulse number). . A small ripple is acceptable as long as it does not affect the speed control chain. If the used speed reference changes rapidly.08 BREAK POINT 45. The interferences in the speed measurement can be filtered with a speed error filter or with an actual speed filter.74 Start-up Motor overtemperature protection (2) Set the alarm and fault limits for the motor overtemperature protection.07 ZERO SPEED LOAD 45. A long filter time constant and fast acceleration time contradict one another.06 SPD ERR FTIME speed error filter to filter the possible interferences in the speed measurement. If possible.06 MOT LOAD CURVE 45.13 IDRUN MODE Speed filtering The measured speed always has a small ripple because of electrical and mechanical interferences. In this case the speed error filter is more suitable than the actual speed filter: • Set the filter time constant. couplings and encoder resolution (ie.09 MOTNOMTEMPRISE 45. perform the motor ID run again at this point (see page 68).

02. ie. respectively. 10.02 and 10.03 to choose the sources of the start signal. use 22.Start-up 75 If the used speed reference remains constant.01.02 EXT1 START IN1 10. approximately 10…30% of the mechanical time constant tmech = (nnom / Tnom) · Jtot · 2pi/60. • Start up: DI1 active (= 1) • Start down: DI2 active (= 1) • The drive will not start if both DI1 and DI2 are active (= 1). where Jtot= total inertia of the load and motor (the gear ratio between the load and the motor must be taken into account) nnom = motor nominal speed Tnom = motor nominal torque Start/stop control Select the sources for the start/stop control in external control location EXT1 with parameters 10.00) and DI2 (P. 10. first modify parameter 10.03 are set to point to DI1 (P. parameter 10.01.01).02 and 10.01. then 10.02. If you want to change the default settings.02 SPEED ACT FTIME the actual speed filter to filter the possible interferences in the speed measurement. In this case the actual speed filter is more suitable than the speed error filter: • Set the filter time constant.03 EXT1 START IN2 .02 and 10.01.03.01 EXT1 START FUNC 10. If there are substantial interferences in the speed measurement.01 is set to IN1 F IN2R and bit pointer parameters 10. As a factory default. the filter time constant should be proportional to the total inertia of the load and motor.

Define for how long the drive will wait after a fault before attempting a fault reset.05. a digital input) for bit pointer parameter 35.06 SPEED REF SEL2 80.06 to DI5 (P. 35.03).76 Start-up Mechanical brake control Select the brake control function: brake control with supervision or brake control without supervision. Define the sheave diameter in millimeters.02 BRAKE ACKNOWL.00). 46.04) and 80.03 SHEAVE DIAMETER 80.02.02.80 EXT DIO STATUS. Define the brake close speed. 80.01. 80.07. bit pointer parameter 46.05 SPEED REF SEL1 80.02 GEAR RATIO 80. Define the brake close delay.84 AUTORESET SEL Speed reference scaling Define the gear ratio.03 BRAKE OPEN DELAY 35.01.80 is set to point to DIO1 (P. Define the roping ratio. 46.02.02 BRAKE ACKNOWL (A digital input is selected as the source by pointing to a bit in one of the following signals: • 02. 80. 35. Select the faults that are automatically reset.07 to DI6 (P.01 DI STATUS • 02.07 SPEED REF SEL3 .80 FAULT RESET As a factory default.05).05 BRAKE CLOSE SPEED Manual fault reset Select the source for the external fault reset signal. 80. Define the trial time for automatic fault resets.83 AUTORESET DELAY 46.02.01 BRAKE CONTROL 35. Automatic fault reset Define the number of automatic fault resets allowed.81 AUTORESET TRIALS 46.05 is set to point to DI4 (P.01.04 ROPING RATIO Speed reference selection Select the sources for the speed reference selection bit pointers 80. define the brake open delay.03 DIO STATUS • 02.04 BRAKE CLOSE DELAY 35.82 AUTORST TRL TIME 46. If you selected brake control with supervision.06 and 80.03. As a factory default. activate the supervision by selecting a source (eg. 80.) Based on the mechanical brake opening delay.

16 SPEED3 Note: If you do not intend to activate the inspection 80. 80. the medium speed.11 RELEVELING SPEED • 02. configure the analog inputs or define the releveling speed reference with parameter 80. For an overview of how the active speed reference is determined. speed2 or speed3 can be used instead of the nominal speed.05 AI1 SCALED • 02.07 AI2 SCALED • 80.13 INSPECTION SPEED. 80.09 LEVELING SPEED Releveling speed: • Select the source of the releveling speed reference 80.13 INSPECTION SPEED mode (see section Inspection mode on page 81).10 RELVL SPEED SEL with parameter 80.11 RELEVELING SPEED • Depending on your selection. you can use the inspection speed for maintenance operations in the normal travel mode.12 MEDIUM SPEED 80. If the floor distance is short.01 NOMINAL SPEED 80. 80.08 SPEED1) is fixed to a constant value 0 m/s. Notes: As a factory-set zero speed.10 RELVL SPEED SEL. In this case. define the inspection speed reference with parameter 80. the speed1 reference (80.Start-up 77 Select the desired speed references to be used. Traveling speeds: Define the desired traveling speed references to be used in the normal travel mode.15 SPEED2 80. . Leveling speed: Define the leveling speed reference. see section Speed reference selection on page 97.11 RELEVELING SPEED.

84 DEC2 25.80 ACC/DEC SEL = TRUE 25. fix the selection to TRUE.84 DEC2 25. • 0 (FALSE) = Acc/dec set 1 is used • 1 (TRUE) = Acc/dec set 2 is used As a factory default.82 DEC1 25. bit pointer parameter 25. Define the releveling mode acceleration and deceleration.84 DEC2 25.78 Start-up Acceleration/deceleration selection Select the acceleration/deceleration set to be used in 25.80 is fixed to FALSE.83 ACC2 25.82 DEC1 25.83 ACC2 25. If you want to change the default setting. Acceleration/deceleration sets 1 and 2 are used during the normal travel mode as shown below: Speed Speed 25.81 ACC1 25.86 INSPECT MODE DEC 25.81 ACC1 25.80 ACC/DEC SEL = TRUE Time Time 25.84 DEC2 25.85 INSPECT MODE ACC 25. Define the inspection mode acceleration and deceleration.81 ACC1 25.80 ACC/DEC SEL the normal travel mode.84 DEC2 25.80 ACC/DEC = FALSE Speed Speed 25.84 DEC2 Time Time 25.82 DEC1 25.84 DEC2 25. or select the source from another parameter.89 RELVL ACC/DEC Define set1 acceleration and deceleration. .83 ACC2 25. Define set2 acceleration and deceleration.80 ACC/DEC SELSEL = FALSE 25.

If you want to permanently disable the use of jerks. respectively.90 JERK DISABLE 25. fix the selection to 1 (TRUE).95 JERK5 and 25.90 JERK DISABLE is fixed to 0 (FALSE). Define stopping start and end jerks with parameters 25. you can select the source for jerk activation from another parameter.95 JERK5 25. respectively.94 JERK4 25. Define acceleration start and end jerks with parameters 25. 25.Start-up 79 Notes: Parameter 25.97 JERK7 .92 JERK2.84 DEC2 is internally used as the stopping deceleration and it is independent of the status of parameter 25.91 JERK1 and 25.94 JERK4.80 ACC/DEC SEL. bit pointer parameter 25.92 JERK2 25.93 JERK3 25.93 JERK3 and 25.96 JERK6.97 JERK7.91 JERK1 25. Define leveling deceleration start and end jerks with parameters 25. Alternatively.96 JERK6 25. Define the releveling jerk with parameter 25. Jerk selection Speed Speed Jerk2 Jerk2 Traveling speed Nominal or medium speed Jerk3 Jerk3 Jerk4 Jerk4 Jerk1 Jerk1 Start Start Brake open Brake open Leveling active Leveling active Leveling speed Leveling speed Jerk5 Jerk5 Jerk6 Jerk6 Time Time Jerk7 Jerk7 Releveling Releveling speed speed Jerk7 Jerk7 As a factory default. respectively. meaning that jerks are in use.

89 EVACUATION MODE (A digital input is selected as the source by pointing to a bit in one of the following signals: • 02. For instructions on safety.90 EVACUATION AUTO . make sure that you have already carried out the procedure How to start up the drive. Brake slip check.80 Start-up How to enable further lift control functions This procedure includes the tasks that you need to perform if you want to take into use the following lift control functions: • • • • • • • • • • • • • Evacuation mode Inspection mode Torque proving. • 1 (TRUE) = Automatic evacuation is enabled.01 DI STATUS • 02. Brake open torque selection Actual load measurement Off-delays Smart slowdown Slowdown Final limit switches Static and dynamic friction Inertia compensation Inverter overload Speed match Motor stall.91 FLOOR LIM SWITCH the drive. a digital input) for enabling the evacuation mode. 10. 10. control panel basics. select the source (eg. a digital input) from which the Lift control program reads the floor limit signal. If there is a separate floor limit switch coming directly to 10.03 DIO STATUS • 02.) Select manual or automatic evacuation. Evacuation mode Select the source (eg. adjusting parameter values and changing the language. • 0 (FALSE) = Manual evacuation is enabled. Before you start.80 EXT DIO STATUS. see the corresponding tasks in How to start up the drive.

03 DIO STATUS • 02. 35.80 BRK OPEN TRQ pointer parameter 35.81 BRAKE OPEN TORQ 35. a digital input) for enabling the inspection mode.81 BRAKE OPEN TORQ and set it to such a value that. a digital input) for starting and stopping the lift in the inspection mode.93 INSPECTION UP 10. 02.01 DI STATUS • 02. Brake slip check and Brake open torque selection Enable the Torque proving function by setting 35. the lift car does not jerk backwards when the mechanical brake is opened.82 TORQUE PROVING Select the source of the brake open torque with value 35.82 TORQUE PROVING to ENABLED. Brake SEL open torque can be used when a load sensor is available or with counterweightless lifts.83 TORQ PROVING REF . Inspection mode Select the source (eg.14 EVACUATION SPEED 25. Define the constant brake open torque. Define the inspection speed reference.80 BRK OPEN TRQ SEL. Define the inspection mode acceleration and deceleration. select 35.04 LOAD ACT TORQ. for example.92 INSPECTION MODE (A digital input is selected as the source by pointing to a bit in one of the following signals: • 02.88 EVAC MODE DEC For information on the evacuation mode and rescue operation in general.86 INSPECT MODE DEC Torque proving. Notes: 80. Define the torque proving reference. see section Rescue operation on page 140. 10. 10. select one of the following: 02.94 INSPECTION DOWN 80.Start-up 81 Define the evacuation speed reference.13 INSPECTION SPEED 25. • For a counterweightless lift.05 AI1 SCALED. Define the evacuation mode acceleration and deceleration.85 INSPECT MODE ACC 25.80 EXT DIO STATUS.87 EVAC MODE ACC 25.) Select the source (eg. 35.07 AI2 SCALED or 05. when the lift is started with average load. • If you are using a load sensor.

14 TORQUE NO LOAD 82.16 TORQUE FULL LOAD Off-delays Define the off-delay speed limit.15 (for half load) and 82.07 AI2 SCALED Bring the car and counter weight at the same level.12 and 82.20 NOM SPD OFF DLY 80. leveling speed.05 AI1 SCALED • 02. Notes: Off-delays cannot be used for the inspection speed. • 02.08 LOAD WEIGHT SEL Set parameter 82. releveling speed and speed1. 35.85 SLIP SPEED LIM 35.13 and 82.11 WEIGHT NO LOAD to the AI-scaled value of the load weight signal obtained above.11 WEIGHT NO LOAD 82.84 TRQ PROV FLT DLY 35.06 TORQUE and the corresponding load weight signal from the source chosen above. Define the brake slip speed limit and the time delay for generating fault BRAKE SLIP. Start the drive with 0 speed reference and no load.18 SPEED2 OFF DLY 80.16 (for full load). Open the brakes and note down the no load torque from actual signal 01.15 TORQUE HALF LOAD 82.17 OFF DLY SPD LIM 80.12 WEIGHT HALF LOAD 82.13 WEIGHT FULL LOAD 82. Define the off-delay for the nominal speed. Repeat the procedure above with half and full load and set parameters 82. Define the off-delay for the medium speed. 80.21 SPEED3 OFF DLY . Define the off-delay for the speed2. 82.19 MED SPD OFF DLY 80.08 LOAD WEIGHT SEL.06 TORQUE 02.14 TORQUE NO LOAD to the no load torque value and parameter 82. 01.05 AI1 SCALED 02.82 Start-up Define the time delay for generating fault TORQUE PROVE. Define the off-delay for the speed3.86 SLIP FAULT DLY Actual load measurement Select the source for the load weight signal with value pointer parameter 82.07 AI2 SCALED 82.

• Select the gear and roping ratios with parameters 60.142. If there are any errors.03.80 SLOWDOWN SEL . 83. • Enter the value of sheave diameter (D) * pi as the feed constant numerator and denumerator. select encoder 1 60. if the sheave diameter is 1 m. • NOT SEL • ESTIMATED • ENCODER If you chose ENCODER. • SINGLE BIT • MULTIPLE BIT 10.07.02 LV STOP SWC DIST 83.06 FEED CONST NUM to value 3142 and 60. roping ratio and 60. do the following tasks: Configure the encoder/resolver feedback.04 LOAD GEAR DIV or encoder 2 used for calculating the position actual 60. Calibrate the actual physical position to the position actual 60.04 LOAD GEAR DIV. Safety distance is the distance which must be run with the steady state leveling speed.05 POS UNIT (01. 60.02 value is to 83.Start-up 83 Smart slowdown Select the mode of the Smart slowdown function. Slowdown Select the mode of the Slowdown function.02 POS AXIS MODE sheave diameter. 60.02 POS AXIS MODE to Linear.12 POS ACT against the actual floor position. adjust parameters 60.12 POS ACT) based on gear ratio.03 LOAD GEAR MUL • With parameter 60.12 POS ACT).07 FEED CONST DEN to 1000.01 POS ACT SEL. Set parameter 60. 60.07 FEED CONST DEN setting parameter 60. See section Speed measurement with encoder/resolver on page 70. 60.04.03 SAFETY MARGIN be used as the safety distance.05 POS UNIT. Enter the distance between the leveling and stopping switches. For example. • Select meter as the position unit with parameter 60.06 FEED CONST NUM • Select linear motion for the positioning axis mode by 60.03 LOAD GEAR MUL and 60.01 POS ACT SEL (01. • Run the lift system between two floors and verify the position actual by reading 01.06 and 60. the circumference D * pi is 3.01 SMART SLOWDN SEL Define what percentage of the parameter 83.

80 EXT DIO STATUS. 10.80 EXT DIO STATUS. select the sources (eg.81 SLOWDOWN IN1 and 10. 10.) 10. 10.) If you chose MULTIPLE BIT.82 SLOWDOWN IN2 10.11 EM STOP TIME Select the source (eg.81 SLOWDOWN IN1 digital inputs) for parameters 10.01 DI STATUS • 02.84 Start-up If you chose SINGLE BIT.80 EXT DIO STATUS. a digital input) of the lower limit switch command. Define the slowdown speed reference. This parameter activates the slowdown command both in the upward and downward direction.82 SLOWDOWN IN2.01 DI STATUS • 02. select a source (eg.86 UPPER F LIM SWC (A digital input is selected as the source by pointing to a bit in one of the following signals: • 02.81 SLOWDOWN IN1.85 SLOWDOWN SPEED Final limit switches Select the source (eg.) Define the emergency stop time.03 DIO STATUS • 02. .01 DI STATUS • 02. a digital input) for parameter 10. a digital input) of the upper limit switch command.03 DIO STATUS • 02. 25. 10.81 SLOWDOWN1 (A digital input is selected as the source by pointing to a bit in one of the following signals: • 02. The former parameter activates the slowdown command in the upward direction.03 DIO STATUS • 02.87 LOWER F LIM SWC (A digital input is selected as the source by pointing to a bit in one of the following signals: • 02. the latter activates it in the downward direction.

06 TORQUE.05 DYN FRIC TORQ1 01.06 TORQUE 82. Run the lift in the forward direction near to a zero speed (eg.03 DYN FRIC SPEED2 82.06 DYN FRIC TORQ2. Bring the car and counter weight at the same level with no load.02 DYN FRIC SPEED1 and note down the corresponding torque from actual signal 01. 82.01 m/s) and note down the corresponding torque from actual signal 01. Multiply the result by 0.06 TORQUE 01.01 STATIC FRIC TRQ 82.01 STATIC FRIC TORQ from the torque obtained above.06 TORQUE.01 STATIC FRIC TRQ.06 TORQUE 82. Multiply the result by 0.07 DYN FRIC TORQ3.8 and enter the result obtained to parameter 82. Subtract the value of parameter 82.07 DYN FRIC TORQ3 . Define the three speed points needed for calculating the dynamic friction. Run the drive in the forward direction with the speed reference defined with parameter 82.06 TORQUE.06 DYN FRIC TORQ2 01. Run the drive in the forward direction with the speed reference defined with parameter 82. Multiply the result by 0. Subtract the value of parameter 82. Subtract the value of parameter 82. You can freely select the speed reference for each point. 0.8 and enter the result obtained to parameter 82.05 DYN FRIC TORQ1. Run the drive in the forward direction with the speed reference defined with parameter 82.8 and enter the result obtained to parameter 82.8 and enter the result obtained to parameter 82. Multiply the result by 0.03 DYN FRIC SPEED2 and note down the corresponding torque from actual signal 01.01 STATIC FRIC TORQ from the torque obtained above.06 TORQUE 82.Start-up 85 Static and dynamic friction Note: Extra precautions must be taken when running the lift.06 TORQUE.04 DYN FRIC SPEED3 and note down the corresponding torque from actual signal 01.02 DYN FRIC SPEED1 82.04 DYN FRIC SPEED3 01.01 STATIC FRIC TORQ from the torque obtained above.

86 Start-up Inertia compensation Enable the Inertia compensation function by setting parameter 82. Connect the other end of the communication cable via a USB adapter or directly to the PC serial port. car weight = counterweight).09 INERTIA COMP EN The moment of inertia required for calculating the inertia compensation torque can be obtained in two ways: • by calculating an estimate of the lift load’s moment of inertia • by calculating a more accurate lift system’s moment of inertia based on a test run. 10% or 20%). Choose either option. 25. Fix the selection of parameter 25.09 INERTIA COMP EN to ENABLED. Note that this option requires using the DriveStudio PC tool.10 MOMENT OF INERT Option 2: Lift system’s moment of inertia Note: Extra precautions must be taken when running the lift.10 MOMENT OF INERT to the value calculated above. 82. see DriveStudio user manual (3AFE68749026 [English]).80 ACC/DEC SEL 25. For instructions. Option 1: Lift load’s moment of inertia Calculate an estimate of the lift load’s moment of inertia using the following equation: J = mr2 / (GR)2 where J = moment of load inertia reflected to motor shaft (kgm2) m = mass of lift system (car weight + counterweight + duty weight) r = sheave radius (diameter / 2) GR = gear ratio (motor rpm / load rpm) Set parameter 82. • Connect the drive to the PC: Connect the other end of the communication cable (OPCA-02. Balance the elevator (car in the middle position. 82. Set up the DriveStudio PC tool: • Install the DriveStudio PC tool to the PC.81 ACC1 20.80 ACC/DEC SEL to 0 (= FALSE) and define the acceleration with parameter 25.07 MINIMUM TORQUE . You can find instructions for both options below.81 ACC1 so that the inverter reaches the torque limits very fast.06 MAXIMUM TORQUE 20. code: 68239745) to the panel link of the drive. Set the maximum and minimum torque limits to a low value (for example.

06 MAXIMUM TORQUE = 10%.04 SPEEDREF RAMPED 01.01 SPEED ACT and note down the value for dN/dt.0 1 dt dN/dt = Rate of change of actual speed Time The graph below illustrates the torque limit of 20.06 TORQUE Time Time . Speed Speed 03. ie. Then. monitor actual signal 01.01 SPEED ACT AC T SP EE D dN Running against torque limits 01 .Start-up 87 Start from zero speed to nominal speed in the forward direction. Use the Monitor window in the DriveStudio PC tool to display the graph below. the rate of change of the actual speed. Torque Torque Time 10% 01.

02 INV OVERLOAD DLY Speed match Enable the Speed match function by setting 81.06 and 20. 81.10 STALL FAULT DLY . The bits are: • Bit 0 MINIMUM TORQUE • Bit 1 MAXIMUM TORQUE • Bit 2 INTERNAL CURRENT • Bit 3 LOAD ANGLE • Bit 4 MOTOR PULLOUT Define the time delay for generating fault INV OVERLOAD.498 kgm2.07 STALL TORQ MAX 81.08 STALL TORQ MIN 81.07) are set to 10%.01 TORQ NOM SCALE is 117. then Tacc_comp is 11.09 STALL SPEED LIM Define the time delay for generating fault MOTOR STALL.03 SPEED MATCH MATCH to ENABLED. 81.88 Start-up Calculate the lift system’s moment of inertia using the following equation: Jtot = Tacc_comp / [(2pi/60) · (dN/dt)] where Jtot = total moment of inertia as seen by the motor (kgm2) dN = rate of change of speed in rpm dt = rate of change of speed in seconds Tacc_comp = = torque limit in N•m Example: If the value of parameter 98.7272 N•m.7272 / [(2pi/60) · (225/1)] = 0. 81. then Jtot = 11.272 N•m and the torque limits (20.06 SPEED MATCH DLY Motor stall Define the maximum and minimum motor stall torque limits. Set parameter 82. if the speed change within one second is 225 rpm. 82. Define the motor stall speed limit. Define the time delay for generating fault SPEED MATCH. 81.03 SPEED 81.05 SPD RMP DEV LVL 81.04 SPD STD DEV LVL 81.01 INV OVERLOAD SEL 81.10 MOMENT OF INERT Inverter overload Define the inverter limit bits to be used for triggering fault INV OVERLOAD. And. Define the ramp state speed deviation level.10 MOMENT OF INERT to the value calculated above. Define the steady state speed deviation level.

Default connections 89 Default connections What this chapter contains This chapter shows the default control connections of the Lift control program. . More information on the connectivity is given in the Hardware manual of the drive.

01 bit 10) Reference voltage (+) Reference voltage (–) Ground Analogue input 1 (mA or V) Analogue input 2 (mA or V) 4) 3) 2) Current: J1/2 Voltage: J1/2 DIO1 DIO2 +24VD DGND DIO3 +VREF –VREF AGND AI1+ AI1– AI2+ AI2– 5) AI1 current/voltage selection AI2 current/voltage selection Thermistor input Ground Analogue output 1 (mA): Output current Analogue output 2 (V): Actual speed Ground .06 ) Digital input 6: Speed ref sel 3 (par. 10.07) +24 V DC* Digital I/O ground Digital input/output 1 : Fault reset (par.03) +24 V DC* Digital I/O ground Digital input 3 Digital input 4: Speed ref sel 1 (par. 06.6 A Relay output: Brake close/open 250 V AC / 30 V DC 2A NO COM NC +24VD DGND DI1 DI2 +24VD DGND DI3 DI4 +24VD DGND DI5 DI6 +24VD DGND 1) 1 2 X2 1 2 3 X3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 X4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 J1 J2 TH AGND AO1 (I) AO2 (U) AGND 8 9 10 11 12 +24 V DC* Digital I/O ground Digital input 1: Start up (par.02 DIO2 CONF.03 DIO3 CONF. 12. 80. 10. 80. 1.02 ) Digital input 2: Start down (par.05) +24 V DC* Digital I/O ground Digital input 5: Speed ref sel 2 (par. 80. 06. 2) Selected by par.90 Default connections X1 Notes: *Total maximum current: 200 mA 1) Selected by par. 12. 3) Selected by par. External power input 24 V DC. 4) Selected by jumper J1.80) Digital input/output 2 : Ready (par.01 DIO1 CONF. 12.01 bit 0) +24 V DC* Digital I/O ground Digital input/output 3 : Fault (par. 46. 5) Selected by jumper J2.

Default connections 91 X5 Drive-to-drive link termination B Drive-to-drive link A BGND OUT1 Safe torque off. See the appropriate Hardware manual of the drive. Both circuits must be closed for the drive to start. Control panel connection OUT2 IN1 IN2 J3 1 2 3 X6 1 2 3 4 X7 .

92 Default connections .

. The inspection mode has a start/stop control of its own. For each feature. • Start/stop control operates in the normal travel mode. Basic start/stop operation The Basic start/stop operation functions take care of lift start/stop control and the interlocks related to basic lift start/stop operation.Program features 93 Program features What this chapter contains This chapter describes the program features of the Lift control program. The source selected with 10.01 EXT1 START FUNC selects the starting method. stop and direction commands is the external control location (EXT1). There are two basic methods: • Selection IN1 F IN2R defines separate start signals for upward and downward directions. actual signals. For more information. Selection IN1S IN2DIR defines one signal for start and another signal for the direction of the lift.02 EXT1 START IN1 is the start signal and the source selected with 10.03 EXT1 START IN2 is the direction (0 = up. Start/stop control Start/stop control comprises the logic and commands for starting the lift in upward and downward directions. The source selected with 10.03 EXT1 START IN2 is the start down (reverse) signal. 1 = down). see section Inspection mode on page 96.02 EXT1 START IN1 is the start up (forward) signal and the source selected with 10. and fault and alarm messages. there is a list of related user settings. Parameter 10. releveling mode and evacuation mode. The source of the start.

84 AUTORESET SEL Additional information Defines the number of the automatic fault resets the drive performs within the time defined with parameter 46.01 EXT1 START FUNC 10.83 AUTORESET DELAY.88 LIFT RUN ENABLE without generating any fault or warning in the drive. Defines for how long the drive will wait after a fault before attempting an automatic fault reset.88 is switched off. .88 LIFT RUN ENABLE Additional information Selects the source for the Run enable signal.03 EXT1 START IN2 Additional information Selects the source for the start and stop control in external control location EXT1. Automatic fault reset The Automatic fault reset function resets pre-defined drive faults to ensure the operation of the drive in temporary fault situations.82. the drive will not start.84 AUTORESET SEL out of the faults monitored by actual signal 05. The function resets only those faults which you have selected with parameter 46. Settings Parameters 46.02 LIFT FW. When the signal configured with parameter 10. Selects the faults to be automatically reset.02 EXT1 START IN1 10.82 AUTORST TRL TIME starts and a fault reset is generated.81 AUTORESET TRIALS. You can define the number of resets to be generated within the trial time with parameter 46. or if the drive is running.83 AUTORESET DELAY 46. Start/stop interlocking The Start/stop interlocking function stops or blocks the start command using parameter 10.94 Program features Settings Parameters 10.81 AUTORESET TRIALS 46.82 AUTORST TRL TIME 46. Selects the source 2 for the start and stop commands in external control location EXT1. a trial time defined with parameter 46. Defines the time within which automatic fault resets are performed after the drive has tripped on a fault. it will stop. Selects the source 1 for the start and stop commands in external control location EXT1. Settings Parameters 10. When any one of the selected faults occurs. you can also define for how long the drive will wait after a fault before attempting a fault reset. With parameter 46.

05 AI1 SCALED or 02. Lift operation modes By default. Settings Parameters 46.07 AI2 SCALED. faults can also be reset from an external source selected with parameter 46. The figure below illustrates releveling: Speed Speed Traveling speed Nominal or medium speed Leveling speed Leveling speed Time Time Leveling active Start Start Brake open Brake open Leveling active Jerk7 Jerk7 Jerk7 Jerk7 Releveling Releveling speed speed .80 FAULT RESET. there are three other operation modes: releveling mode. In addition. Additional information Manual fault reset In addition to automatic fault reset.80 FAULT RESET Additional information Selects the source for the fault reset signal.10 RELVL SPEED SEL selects the source of the releveling speed reference: 80.Program features 95 Diagnostics Signals Actual signals 05. evacuation mode and inspection mode. the lift operates in the normal travel mode.02 LIFT FW Lift fault status word with fault bits. the releveling mode can be activated to bring it back to the floor level. Releveling mode If the lift overshoots the floor. For an overview of the speed references available in each mode. see section Speed reference selection and scaling on page 97. Parameter 80.11 RELEVELING SPEED. 02.

You can enable it with parameter 10.10 RELVL SPEED SEL 80. 80.93 INSPECTION UP and 10.96 Program features Settings Parameters 25. respectively. the lift is operated with parameters 10. 10.93 0 1 0 1 Par.94 0 0 1 1 Command Stop Inspection mode up Inspection mode down Stop When the lift operates in the inspection mode.86 INSPECT MODE DEC for acceleration and deceleration. Jerks are disabled while the lift is running at the inspection speed.06 SPEED REF SEL2 and 80.11 RELEVELING SPEED Additional information Defines the acceleration/deceleration used in the releveling mode. 10.92 INSPECTION MODE. Defines the speed reference to be used during releveling when selected as the source of parameter 80. Selects the source of the releveling speed reference.89 RELVL ACC/DEC 80. In the inspection mode.10.05 SPEED REF SEL1. Par.85 INSPECT MODE ACC and 25.13 INSPECTION SPEED as the speed reference and parameters 25. as shown in the table below. Inspection mode The inspection mode is used for maintenance operations.01 LIFT SW bit 7 (RELEVELING ACT) Displays whether the releveling speed is the current speed reference used by the lift. Besides the inspection mode. see section Rescue operation on page 140.94 INSPECTION DOWN. For a detailed description of the operation of this mode and rescue operation in general. it is also possible to conduct maintenance operations while the lift is running at the inspection speed in the normal travel mode. The inspection mode as well as the inspection mode up/down commands are disabled. The basic start up/down commands (see section Start/stop control on page 93) are disabled. and the lift travel is started with the basic start up/down commands. the drive uses parameter 80. .07 SPEED REF SEL3. Diagnostics Signals Actual signals 05. Additional information Evacuation mode The evacuation mode is used for a lift car rescue operation in case the power supply fails. In this case. the inspection speed is selected based on the combined status of parameters 80.

Can also be used in the normal travel mode if the inspection mode is not in use. It can be used for stopping the lift. Diagnostics Signals Actual signals 05.92 INSPECTION MODE 10. Defines the source for starting the lift in the downward direction in the inspection mode.01 LIFT SW bit 10 (INSPECT SPD ACT) Displays whether the inspection speed is the current speed reference used by the lift.93 INSPECTION UP 10.Program features 97 Settings Parameters 10.94 INSPECTION DN 25. Defines the deceleration used in the inspection mode. . 2.86 INSPECT MODE DEC 80. depending on which mode is active Evacuation mode * The speed1 reference is fixed to a constant value 0 m/s. or 3 Nominal speed Medium speed Leveling speed Releveling speed Inspection speed Evacuation speed Lift operation mode Normal travel mode Normal travel mode Normal travel mode Normal travel mode. when the leveling command is active Reveling mode Inspection mode or normal travel mode. Speed reference available Speed 1*. The following speed references are available via basic parameters. Defines the speed reference used in the inspection mode. Selects the source for starting the lift in the upward direction in the inspection mode.13 INSPECTION SPEED Additional information Selects the source for enabling/disabling the inspection mode. Defines the acceleration used in the inspection mode. Additional information Speed reference selection and scaling Speed reference selection The Speed reference selection function calculates the final speed reference to be used by the lift in the different lift operation modes.85 INSPECT MODE ACC 25.

06 SPEED REF SEL2 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 x x 80. medium. speed2 and speed3 references. the nominal. 80. the traveling speeds can be kept in use for a prolonged time period. ie. . The offdelay parameter set contains adjustable speed limit and delay periods for each traveling speed reference. the speed reference is selected based on the combined status of parameters 80.07 SPEED REF SEL3. 80. • If neither the evacuation mode nor the inspection mode is active.05 SPEED REF SEL1. 10. despite a change in the status of the speed reference selection bits. the evacuation mode has higher priority. If both the evacuation mode and the inspection mode are active.92 10. The off-delays are used only when the lift speed is below the set speed limit.03 LIFT SPEED SEL • • The table below further illustrates speed reference selection.98 Program features The function selects the speed reference based on the lift operation mode as follows.07 SPEED REF SEL3 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 x x 05. the speed reference is selected with parameter 80.89 EVACUATION INSPECTION MODE MODE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 x Speed1 (zero speed) Nominal speed Medium speed Leveling speed Releveling speed Inspection speed Speed2 Speed3 Inspection speed Evacuation speed Off-delays Based on a set of so called off-delay parameters. If either the evacuation mode or the inspection mode is active.05 SPEED REF SEL1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 x x 80. depending on which of the modes is active.14 EVACUATION SPEED or 80.13 INSPECTION SPEED.06 SPEED REF SEL2 and 80.

15 SPEED2 80. Can also be used in the normal travel mode if the inspection mode is not in use. Selects the source of the releveling speed reference.14 EVACUATION SPEED 80.16 SPEED3 Additional information Defines the nominal speed reference used in the normal travel mode. . Defines the speed reference to be used during leveling.09 LEVELING SPEED 80.21) Stop command Stop command Start Start Brake Brake open Bit pointer status Leveling speed Bit pointer Leveling Speed (80. Selects the source for speed reference selection bit 3. Defines the speed reference to be used during releveling when selected as the source of parameter 80.13 INSPECTION SPEED 80.06/80. Selects the source for speed reference selection bit 2. Defines the speed reference used in the inspection mode. Defines an additional speed reference which can be used instead of the nominal speed based on the floor distance. Selects the source for speed reference selection bit 1. Defines an additional speed reference which can be used instead of the nominal speed based on the floor distance.10. Defines an additional speed reference which can be used instead of the nominal speed based on the floor distance.17 OFF Speed Limit (Par 80.07) reference starting status (Par80.05/80.11 RELEVELING SPEED 80.5/ pointstart point ref changed from 6/7) changed nominal to leveling from Nominal to speed Leveling speed Leveling speed Stopped toto Stopped zero speed zero speed Time Time open Brake Brake closed closed leveling spd Settings Parameters 80.20 NOM Nominal SPD speed OFF DLY switch off delay time (par 80.08 SPEED1 80. A factory-set zero speed reference.07 SPEED REF SEL3 80.05 SPEED REF SEL1 80. which can be used for stopping the lift in the normal travel mode.12 MEDIUM SPEED 80.06 SPEED REF SEL2 80.18) Nominal speed Nominal speed 80.10 RELVL SPEED SEL 80.01 NOMINAL SPEED 80.Program features 99 The figure below illustrates the normal running sequence of a lift traveling from one floor to another and the use of off-delay for the nominal speed: Speed Speed Off Delay DLY SPD LIM 80. Defines the speed reference used in the evacuation mode.

18 SPEED2 OFF DLY 80.100 Program features Parameters 80. Displays whether the nominal speed is the current speed reference used by the lift.21.01 LIFT SW bit 10 (INSPECTION SPD ACT) 05.17 OFF DLY SPD LIM 80. Displays whether the speed3 is the current speed reference used by the lift. Displays whether the inspection speed is the current speed reference used by the lift. Displays whether the leveling speed is the current speed reference used by the lift. Displays the lift speed used based on the Speed reference selection function. Diagnostics Signals Actual signals 05. Displays whether the speed2 is the current speed reference used by the lift. Displays whether the medium speed is the current speed reference used by the lift. Defines the off-delay time for the speed3.01 LIFT SW bit 7 (RELEVELING ACT) 05.19 MED SPD OFF DLY 80.01 LIFT SW bit 12 (EVAC SPD ACT) 05.08 LIFT SPEED ACT Displays whether the speed1 is the current speed reference used by the lift.01 LIFT SW bit 9 (NOMINAL SPD ACT) 05.01 LIFT SW bit 13 (SPEED2 ACT) 05. Defines the off-delay time for the speed2.20 NOM SPD OFF DLY 80. Displays the actual lift speed in m/s.01 LIFT SW bit 14 (SPEED3 ACT) 05.21 SPEED3 OFF DLY Additional information Defines the lift speed limit for activating the extended off-delay time periods defined with parameters 80.01 LIFT SW bit 6 (LEVELING ACT) 05. Displays whether the evacuation speed is the current speed reference used by the lift.18…80.03 LIFT SPEED SEL 05. Additional information .01 LIFT SW bit 5 (SPEED1 ACT) 05. Displays whether the releveling speed is the current speed reference used by the lift.01 LIFT SW bit 8 (MEDIUM SPD ACT) 05. Defines the off-delay time for the medium speed. Defines the off-delay time for the nominal speed.

These factors (parameters) are: gear ratio. Motor Motor Speed (rpm) (rpm) Speed Sheave dia (m) Gear ratio Gear ratio Sheave diameter (mm) Linear speed (m/s) Linear speed (m/s) The figure below illustrates common roping ratio alternatives. you have to define calculation factors at the start-up of the lift drive. Roping ratio1:1 1:1 Roping ratio Roping ratio 2:12:1 ratio Roping . sheave diameter and roping ratio.Program features 101 Speed reference scaling The Speed reference scaling function converts the linear speed of the lift (m/s) to the rotation speed of the lift motor (rpm). The figure below illustrates the components of the function. To ensure correct operation of the function and the lift.

When the releveling mode is active. respectively. Acceleration/deceleration selection The Acceleration/deceleration function selects the acceleration and deceleration used based on the lift operation mode as follows: • • When the evacuation mode is active. parameters 25. either parameters 25. Speed ref (rpm) = Speed ref (m/s) · 80. • • . parameters 25.89 RELVL ACC/DEC is used for acceleration and deceleration.83 ACC2 / 25. which corresponds to the lift nominal speed (m/s) defined with parameter 80.85 INSPECT MODE ACC and 25.88 EVAC MODE DEC are used for acceleration and deceleration.84 DEC2 are used for acceleration and deceleration.03 SHEAVE DIAMETER 80. depending on the selection made with parameter 25. deceleration and jerks into use based on the lift operation mode. parameter 25.01 NOMINAL SPEED.80 ACC/DEC SEL.04 ROPING RATIO Additional information Shows the motor rotational speed (rpm). Defines the gear box ratio.02 GEAR RATIO 80. Defines the roping ratio. respectively.04 ROPING RATIO · 60 Pi · 80.02 SPEED SCALING. Speed profile The Speed profile functions automatically select a set of acceleration.102 Program features The function calculates the speed reference in rpm using the following equation.03 SHEAVE DIAMETER (mm) The result of the calculation. Settings Parameters 25.82 DEC1 or 25. During the normal travel mode. When the inspection mode is active. Defines the sheave diameter in millimeters. motor rotational speed (rpm) corresponds to the lift nominal speed (m/s) and is shown as the value of parameter 25.02 SPEED SCALING 80.02 GEAR RATIO · 80.86 INSPECT MODE DEC are used for acceleration and deceleration.81 ACC1 / 25.87 EVAC MODE ACC and 25.

83 ACC2 Time Time 25. The function allows you to: • • define different jerk values for the different lift operation modes enable or disable the use of jerks.84 DEC2 25.90 JERK DISABLE is activated. When parameter 25. .84 DEC2 25.80 ACC/DEC = FALSE Speed Speed 25. You can obtain the acceleration transition time during a jerk by dividing the selected acceleration by the jerk value.80 ACC/DEC SEL = TRUE 25. the jerks are internally set to a zero value.84 DEC2 25.84 DEC2 25.81 ACC1 25.82 DEC1 25.80 ACC/DEC SEL = TRUE Time Time Jerk selection The Jerk selection function selects an appropriate jerk into use based on the lift operation mode.84 DEC2 25.82 DEC1 25.80 ACC/DEC SEL SEL = FALSE 25.84 DEC2 25.Program features 103 Acceleration/deceleration sets 1 and 2 are used during the normal travel mode as shown below: Speed Speed 25.81 ACC1 25.83 ACC2 25.

84 DEC2 25.92 JERK2 25. Selects the source for enabling/disabling all jerks. Defines the acceleration used in the evacuation mode.85 INSPECT MODE ACC 25.93 JERK3 25. Defines the deceleration for set 1.89 RELVL ACC/DEC 25.87 EVAC MODE ACC 25. Defines the jerk used at the start of stopping deceleration. Defines the acceleration/deceleration used in the releveling mode.81 ACC1 25. Defines the jerk used at the start of leveling deceleration. Defines the jerk used at the end of leveling deceleration. Defines the acceleration for set 1. Defines the deceleration for set 2.86 INSPECT MODE DEC 25.104 Program features The figure below illustrates how the Lift control program uses the jerks. Defines the jerk used at end of acceleration.82 DEC1 25.80 ACC/DEC SEL 25.83 ACC2 25.94 JERK4 25.97 JERK7 Additional information Selects the source for the acceleration/deceleration set 1 or acceleration/ deceleration set 2 used in the normal travel mode. Speed Speed Jerk2 Jerk2 Traveling speed Nominal or medium speed Jerk3 Jerk3 Jerk4 Jerk4 Jerk1 Jerk1 Start Start Brake open Brake open Leveling active Leveling active Leveling speed Leveling speed Jerk5 Jerk5 Jerk6 Jerk6 Time Time Jerk7 Jerk7 Releveling Releveling speed speed Jerk7 Jerk7 Settings Parameters 25. Defines the jerk used at the end of stopping deceleration. Defines the deceleration used in the inspection mode. Defines the deceleration used in the evacuation mode.95 JERK5 25. Defines the jerk used during releveling.96 JERK6 25.90 JERK DISABLE 25.88 EVACMODE DEC 25. Defines the jerk used at the start of acceleration. Defines the acceleration for set 2. Defines the acceleration used in the inspection mode.91 JERK1 25. .

the distance between the leveling and stop switches).Program features 105 Diagnostics Signals Actual signals 05. The function is useful in operation situations where the desired traveling speed is not reached before the leveling command is activated (for example.02 LV STOP SWC DIST Leveling Leveling switch switch Stop Stop switch switch Distance (m) Distance (m) Where Safety distance = Distance traveled with the leveling speed (parameter 83.09 LIFT SPEED REF Displays the ramped and shaped speed reference in m/s.02 LV STOP SWC DIST 83. transition from the traveling speed (ie. medium speed.) . Speed (m/s) Speed (m/s) Smart slowdown Smart slowdown Smart slowdown slowdown disabled enabled disabled Safety Safety distance distance 83.02 LV STOP SWC DIST is used as the safety distance. Additional information Smart slowdown The Smart slowdown function optimizes the travel time of the lift by reducing the leveling path. the achieved speed is maintained and no further acceleration is done. The figure below illustrates the operation of the function.03 SAFETY MARGIN defines what percentage of parameter 83. nominal speed. in case of short floor distance). speed2 or speed 3) to the leveling speed is optimally delayed based on the knowledge of the physical leveling distance (ie. If the leveling command is activated while the drive is still accelerating. That is.

Displays the distance between two floors. The brake will open upon drive start after the delay 35. Settings Parameters 83. it measures the distance traveled by integrating the actual speed (m/s) in meters. Defines what percentage of parameter 83.14 BRAKE TORQ MEM. The brake will close after motor speed decreases below 35. In this case.80 BRK OPEN TRQ SEL) is available.106 Program features You can enable the Smart slowdown function with estimated speed or with an encoder using parameter 83. the brake can also be controlled by the lift controller. Note: The mechanical brake must be opened manually before the ID run. Displays the actual leveling distance.05 BRAKE CLOSE SPD and the delay 35.02 is used as the safety distance. When the brake close command is issued. the motor torque is stored into 03. When the function is enabled with an encoder. Typically. Mechanical brake control (with or without acknowledgement) is activated with parameter 35. The acknowledgement (supervision) signal can be connected to.01 SMART SLOWDN SEL 83. which should be connected to a relay (or digital) output.12 POS ACT 05. the drive controls the brake open or closed via a relay output. it uses actual signal 01.02 LV STOP SWC DIST 83.04 BRAKE CLOSE DLY has elapsed. Diagnostics Signals Actual signals 01.03 SAFETY MARGIN Additional information Enables/disables the Smart slowdown function.01 BRAKE CONTROL. • • When the funtion is enabled with estimated speed.01 SMART SLOWDN SEL. . Defines the distance between leveling and stop switches.11 FLOOR DISTANCE Alarms SMART SLOWDOWN CONFIG Smart slowdown function is enabled with an encoder. Additional information Mechanical brake control The lift system is equipped with a mechanical brake that holds the lift car at standstill when the lift drive is stopped or not powered.15 BRAKE COMMAND. Alternatively. but encoder/ resolver feedback is not configured. Actual position of the encoder. the actual position is scaled in meters by means of parameter group 60 POS FEEDBACK. for example. a digital input.03 BRAKE OPEN DELAY has elapsed and the requested motor start torque (selected with 35. The brake on/off value is reflected by 03.12 POS ACT to measure the distance traveled.10 LVLING DIST ACT 05.

01. the personnel safety of the complete machinery must not be based on a specific frequency converter feature (such as the brake control function).15 BRAKE COMMAND.01 DI STATUS bit 4) Brake control hardware 230 V AC JCU Control Unit X2 1 2 3 Emergency brake RO1 RO1 RO1 X3 11 13 DI5 +24 V M Motor Mechanical brake .02. The source for the brake supervision is selected by parameter 35. Note that the frequency converter (as defined in EN81-1). The brake control hardware and wirings need to be done by the user. as defined in IEC 61800-2). note that the frequency converter (a Complete Drive Module or a Basic Drive Module.12 RO1 OUT PTR is set to P. • Brake on/off control through relay output (ie. If the Lift Directive is not applicable. eg.04 = 02. An example of a brake control circuit is shown below. • Emergency brake switch in the brake control circuit. The brake on/off is controlled via signal 03. • Brake supervision through selected digital input.Program features 107 WARNING! Make sure that the machinery into which the drive with brake control function is integrated fulfils the personnel safety regulations. DI5 (ie.02 BRAKE ACKNOWL is set to P. is not considered as a safety device mentioned in the European Lift Directive and related harmonised standards. but it has to be implemented as defined in the application specific regulations. • Brake supervision through selected digital input.02 BRAKE ACKNOWL.15 = 03.15 BRAKE COMMAND). parameter 12. is not considered as a safety device mentioned in the European Machinery Directive and related harmonised standards.03. Thus. parameter 35. • Brake on/off control through selected relay/digital output.

For this. Diagnostics Signals Actual signals 05.83 TORQ PROVING REF). Torque proving The Torque proving function ensures that the drive is able to produce torque before it releases the brake and starts the lift operation. the function prevents the brake from opening.82 TORQUE PROVING 35.83 TORQ PROVING REF 35. Before opening the brake.108 Program features The Mechanical brake control function also performs the following tasks: • • • • • Torque proving checks Brake slip checks Brake open torque selection Actual load measurement Torque limiting while stopping.84 TRQ PROV FLT DLY Additional information Enables/disables the Torque proving function. the function executes these tasks in sequential order. the actual torque does not exceed the reference value during a proving delay (parameter 35.02 LIFT FW bit 1 (TORQUE PROVE) Faults TORQUE PROVE The drive was not able to provide sufficient torque during a torque proving sequence. the function compares the calculated actual torque of the drive with a reference torque (parameter 35. Excluding torque limiting. Settings Parameters 35. Defines the time delay for generating fault TORQUE PROVE.84 TRQ PROV FLT DLY). the previous task must be executed before the next one can start. the function performs an electrical lift system check. that is. If the torque proving is not successful. and the drive trips on fault TORQUE PROVE. Defines the torque proving reference. Displays whether fault TORQUE PROVE has occured or not. Additional information .

Program features 109 Brake slip check This function checks for any brake slips while torque proving is being performed with the brake closed. Used when a load sensor is available.02 LIFT FW bit 2 (BRAKE SLIP) Faults BRAKE SLIP The brake slipped while a torque proving sequence was taking place. Used when a load sensor is available. 05. Defines the brake open torque value used when selected as the source of parameter 35.08 LIFT SPEED ACT) exceeds the defined speed limit (parameter 35.81 BRAKE OPEN TORQ: brake open torque source as a fixed value. Used with counterweightless lifts.04 LOAD ACT TORQ: brake open torque source defined with a load sensor. The function is in operation when torque proving is completed and the brake open command is triggered.86 SLIP FAULT DELAY Additional information Defines the speed limit to be checked during torque proving. Settings Parameters 35. thus. If the actual lift speed (05.86 SLIP FAULT DELAY. 35.05 AI1 SCALED or 02. . the drive trips on fault BRAKE SLIP. Additional information Brake open torque selection The Brake open torque selection function ensures the right starting torque level after brake opening and. prevents the speed from dropping.80 BRK OPEN TRQ SEL.81 BRAKE OPEN TORQ Additional information Selects the source of the brake open torque to be used. Defines the time delay for generating fault BRAKE SLIP. With parameter 35. Diagnostics Signals Actual signals 05.07 AI2 SCALED: brake open torque source as an AIscaled value.85 SLIP SPEED LIM) during torque proving and stays there for longer than defined with parameter 35.80 BRK OPEN TRQ SEL 35. Settings Parameters 35.80. Displays whether fault BRAKE SLIP has occured or not. you can select the following sources for the brake open torque: • • • 02.85 SLIP SPEED LIM 35.

During the start-up. with half load and with full load.05 AI1 SCALED or 02.08 LOAD WEIGHT SEL selects the source of the load weight signal: 02.11 WEIGH WEIGHT NO LOAD NO (Par LOAD X2 82. Y2) 82.15) (X2. Parameter 82.110 Program features Actual load measurement This function measures the actual load of the system and then calculates the torque needed when the mechanical brake is open (see also Brake open torque selection on page 109).13 WEIGH WEIGHT FULL FULL LOAD LOAD Actual sel Load weigh load (AI scaled) (AI scaled) 82.16) Y3 (X3.14 TORQUE TRQ NO Y1 NO LOAD LOAD (X1. The function forms the actual torque value out of the measured actual load value by using the graph below. Y3) 82. Actual signal 05.07 AI2 SCALED the actual load values needed at each point.14) 0 X1 82.04 LOAD ACT TORQ displays the calculated torque in percentages.07 AI2 SCALED. Actual load is measured with a load sensor.16 TORQUE TRQ FULL FULL LOAD LOAD (Par 82.05 AI1 SCALED or 02.12) (Par 82. Y1) (Par 82. you have to feed in values for torque and actual load at three operating points: while operating the lift with no load.12 WEIGH WEIGHT HALF HALF LOAD LOAD X3 82. Actual signal 01. Torque (%) Torque (%) 82.06 TORQUE indicates the torque values and 02.15 TORQUE TRQ HALF Y2 HALF LOAD LOAD (Par 82.13) .11) (Par 82.

be generated by the motor (typically.89 TRQ LIMITER RAMP.05 AI1 SCALED or 02. Additional information Torque limiter while stopping This function softens the "gong" sound which may. Defines the torque used when the lift is running with half load (01.89 TRQ LIMITER RAMP Additional information Enables/disables the Torque limiter function.08 LOAD WEIGHT SEL 82.06 TORQUE).11 WEIGHT NO LOAD 82.Program features 111 Settings Parameters 82. .06 TORQUE). a permanent magnet gearless motor) after the mechanical brake has been closed and torque removed.06 TORQUE). Settings Parameters 35. Defines the torque used when the lift is running with no load (01. in some cases.13 WEIGHT FULL LOAD 82.07 AI2 SCALED. The sound is generated by a back slash between the motor shaft and the mechanical brake.05 AI1 SCALED or 02. Defines the time delay for starting torque limiting after a brake close command. Defines the value of the load weight signal at half load (02. Defines the torque limiting ramp time from nominal to zero torque.87 TORQUE LIMITER 35. Defines the value of the load weight signal at full load (02.15 TORQUE HALF LOAD 82.05 AI1 SCALED or 02. Defines the value of the load weight signal at no load (02. as selected by parameter 82. Diagnostics Signals Actual signals 05.08).08).16 TORQUE FULL LOAD Additional information Selects the source for the load weight signal. this function ramps down the torque as defined by parameter 35. Defines the torque used when the lift is running with full load (01.88 TRQ LIMITER DLY 35.14 TORQUE NO LOAD 82.04 LOAD ACT TORQUE Displays the torque corresponding to the actual load based on the feedback from the load sensor.07 AI2 SCALED.07 AI2 SCALED. as selected by parameter 82.08).12 WEIGHT HALF LOAD 82. as selected by parameter 82. To reduce the sound.

Start command Start command *) *) Modulating Modulating Magnetized Ref_Running tmd *) *) 112 Program features Torque proved ttrqpv Torque proved Operation time scheme Brake open hold hold Brake open Brake open Brake open cmd cmd tcd Speed reference_ reference_RFG input RFG input Speed Speed Rbs reference_RFG Speed reference_ output RFG output tod ncs ttld ttlr Tmem Torque reference Torque reference Tpv 20 ms 1 2 3 4 Ts 5 6 7 8 Time Time The timing diagram below illustrates the operation time scheme of mechanical brake control. ) *) *When theTorque limiter function is enabled function is enabled When the Torque limiter while stopping .

80 BRK OPEN TRQ SEL) Motor magnetising delay (parameter 11. Tmem Stored torque value at brake close (actual signal 03. Thus.03 BRAKE OPEN DELAY) Brake close speed (parameter 35.14 BRAKE TORQ MEM) tmd tod ncs tcd ttrqpv Tpv Rbs ttld ttlr * ** Torque compensation Torque compensation is a method for calculating beforehand the torque needed due to load and losses.01 STATIC FRIC TRQ defines the static friction value in percentage of the motor nominal torque. you need to run the lift near to a zero speed during the start-up and monitor actual signal 01. . Parameter 82.08 LIFT SPEED ACT is greater than 35.02 DC MAGN TIME) Brake open delay (parameter 35.05 BRAKE CLOSE SPD) Brake close delay (parameter 35. it helps the speed controller to gain better control accuracy and performance.89 TRQ LIMITER RAMP) If torque is not proved within the torque proving time delay. Torque compensation comprises the following calculations added to the final torque reference: • • • Static friction compensation Dynamic friction compensation Inertia compensation during acceleration and deceleration. the drive trips on fault BRAKE SLIP.84 TRQ PROV FLT DLY)* Torque proving reference (parameter 35.86 SLIP FAULT DLY. Static and dynamic friction This function calculates compensation torques to overcome the the static and dynamic frictions caused by the gear box.83 TORQ PROVING REF) Brake slip check region** Torque limiter delay (parameter 35. the drive trips on fault TORQUE PROVE.Program features 113 Ts Start torque at brake release (the source selected with parameter 35.06 TORQUE. mechanical shaft couplings and motor bearings.88 TRQ LIMITER DLY) Torque limiter ramp (parameter 35. Static friction compensation Static friction is fixed over all the operating ranges.04 BRAKE CLOSE DLY) Torque proving time delay (parameter 35. If torque proving is in progress and 05.85 SLIP SPEED LIM for a longer period than defined with 35. To obtain this value.

Dynamic friction compensation The function calculates the dynamic friction by using the graph below.03 82.02) (Par 82. medium speed and high speed. Friction Torque Frictiontorque (%) (%) 82.04) (Par 82.06 DYN FRIC TORQ2 FRICTION TRQ 2 Y2 (X3.01 STATIC FRIC TRQ 82.02 DYN FRIC SPEED1 Additional information Defines the static friction of the system in percentage of the motor nominal torque.07 DYN FRIC TORQ3 FRICTION TRQ 3 Y3 (Par 82.06 STATIC FRIC TORQ) based on the static friction and the direction of motor rotation.05 DYN FRIC TORQ1 FRICTION TRQ 1 Y1 (Par 82.06 TORQUE is used for obtaining the torque values.05) (X1.07) 82. Y3) (X2. Settings Parameters 82. You can freely select the exact speed values at each point.02 82.114 Program features The function then calculates the final static friction compensation torque (actual signal 05. while actual signal 01. . you have to feed in values for speed and torque at three operating points: low speed. Y1) 0 X1 X2 X3 Speed (m/s) Speed 82.07 DYN FRIC TORQ) based on the interpolated value of the torque/speed points and the direction of motor rotation. During the start-up. Defines the value for speed point 1 for calculating the dynamic friction.03) SPEED3 (m/s) The function then calculates the final dynamic friction compensation torque (05. Y2) (Par 82.06) 82.04 FRICTION FRICTION FRICTION DYN FRIC SPEED 2 DYN FRIC SPEED1 DYN FRIC SPEED 3 SPEED1 SPEED2 (Par 82.

09 INERTIA COMP EN.Program features 115 Parameters 82. sheave diameter and gear ratio) by calculating a more accurate value based on a test run. Additional information . Diagnostics Signals Actual signals 05. The former option gives an estimate of the lift load’s moment of inertia.05 ACC COMP TORQ Displays the inertia compensation torque calculated by the Inertia compensation function. Displays the static friction compensation torque calculated by the Static friction compensation function.06 STATIC FRIC TORQ 05. Additional information Inertia compensation This function eliminates speed overshoot or undershoot by compensating for inertia effects.07 DYN FRIC TORQ3 Additional information Defines the value for speed point 2. You can enable the Inertia compensation function with parameter 82.06 TORQUE 05. Defines the lift system’s or lift load’s moment of inertia calculated during start-up.05 DYN FRIC TORQ1 82.06 DYN FRIC TORQ2 82. Defines the value for friction torque 3.10 MOMENT OF INERT) set by the user. Displays the dynamic friction compensation torque calculated by the Dynamic friction compensation function. Diagnostics Signals Actual signals 01.05 ACC COMP TORQ) required during acceleration and deceleration based on the moment of inertia (parameter 82. Defines the value for friction torque 2. Defines the value for speed point 3.09 INERTIA COMP EN 82.10 MOMENT OF INERT Additional information Enables/disables the Inertia compensation function. while the latter option results in a more accurate moment of inertia of the whole lift system.03 DYN FRIC SPEED2 82.07 DYN FRIC TORQ Displays the motor torque in percent of the motor nominal torque. The function calculates the inertia compensation torque (05. Settings Parameters 82.04 DYN FRIC SPEED3 82. You can obtain a value for the moment of inertia in two ways during the lift start-up: • • by calculating an estimate based on basic knowledge of lift system mechanics (total mass. Defines the value for friction torque 1 for calculating the dynamic friction.

85 SLOWDOWN SPEED 10.116 Program features Slowdown and Final limit switches The figure below illustrates the operation of the Slowdown and Final limit switches functions. Single-bit slowdown mode You can select the single-bit slowdown mode by setting parameter 10. While the slowdown command is active. The slowdown area is typically the extreme top and extreme bottom of the lift operating area.85 SLOWDOWN SPEED to 10. the speed reference is limited to the value of parameter 10.87 LOWER F LIM SWC Slowdown The Slowdown function limits the speed reference while the lift car is operating in the slowdown area. The mode is enabled when the slowdown command is activated by parameter 10. The same restriction applies if the slowdown command is active while the drive is being powered up. Em stop Em stop 10.86 UPPER F LIM SWC 10. . If the slowdown command is active while the drive is stopped.80 SLOWDOWN SEL Em stop Em stop 10.80 SLOWDOWN SEL 10. However. the drive can be operated with full speed in the opposite direction.80 SLOWDOWN SEL 10.80 SLOWDOWN SEL Upper/lower end end area Upper/lower area Slowdown area Slowdown area Lift Lift car car Speed reference = = Speed reference Drive speed reference Drive speed reference Speed reference = = Speed reference Drive speed reference limited to Drive speed reference limited 10.85 SLOWDOWN SPEED in the direction of the movement.87 LOWER F LIM SWC 10.80 SLOWDOWN SEL to SINGLE BIT.86 UPPER F LIM SWC 10. The two modes of this function are described below.81 SLOWDOWN IN1. the speed reference is limited in both directions to ensure safe operation.

Displays the status of the slowdown command in the downward direction. When the command is active in either direction.01 LIFT SW bit 2 (SLOWDOWN DN) Alarms SLOWDOWN UP SLOWDOWN DN Slowdown command is active in the upward direction based on the selection in parameter 10. the speed reference is limited in the upward and downward directions separately. With this mode.01 LIFT SW bit 1 (SLOWDOWN UP) 05.80 SLOWDOWN SEL 10.80 SLOWDOWN SEL to MULTIPLE BIT.Program features 117 Multiple-bit slowdown mode You can select the multiple-bit mode by setting parameter 10. Parameter 10. Displays whether the drive is operating in the slowdown area or not. while parameter 10. 10. Additional information .81 SLOWDOWN IN1 activates the slowdown command in the upward direction.82 SLOWDOWN IN2 activates it in the downward direction.85 SLOWDOWN SPEED Diagnostics Signals Actual signals 05.81 SLOWDOWN IN1 Additional information Selects the mode of the Slowdown function.80 SLOWDOWN SEL.01 LIFT SW bit 0 (SLOWDOWN ACTIVE) 05.82 SLOWDOWN IN2 10. Settings Parameters 10.80 SLOWDOWN SEL. Defines the speed reference to be used when the slowdown command is active. Selects the source of the upward and downward slowdown command in the single-bit slowdown mode and the upward slowdown command in the multiple-bit slowdown mode. Displays the status of the slowdown command in the upward direction. Selects the source of the downward slowdown command in the multiplebit slowdown mode.85 SLOWDOWN SPEED. the speed reference is limited to the value of parameter 10. Slowdown command is active in the downward direction based on the selection in parameter 10.

11 EM STOP TIME. The switches are independent of each other. Upon the activation of the command. The lower final limit switch command should be inactive for the drive to release a new start sequence in the downward direction.86 UPPER F LIM SWC and 10. can be configured to be used in upward and downward directions. However. Both switches are used with active low logic: the upper final limit switch command is active when the source of parameter 10. if the lower final limit switch command gets activated while the drive is running in the downward direction. the drive generates alarm UPPER FINAL LIM SWC. The same applies to the lower final limit switch to ensure fail-safe logic.86 UPPER F LIM SWC 10. The drive then decelerates as defined with parameter 25. Selects the source for the lower final limit switch command. and inactive when its source = 1. the drive can be run in the upward direction even if the lower final limit switch command is active. The upper final limit switch command should be inactive for the drive to release a new start sequence in the upward direction. The drive then decelerates as defined with parameter 25. Settings Parameters 10. Upon the activation of the command. The function also blocks the speed reference limit only to a positive reference while the lower final limit switch command is active and only to a negative reference while the upper final limit switch command is active.11 EM STOP TIME. and they are functional only when the motor is running in the respective direction. .87 LOWER F LIM SWC Additional information Selects the source for the upper final limit switch command. the function activates the emergency stop signal (OFF3). Similarly. 10. the function activates the emergency stop signal (OFF3).118 Program features Final limit switches This function activates an emergency stop signal (OFF3) if either of the final limit switches gets activated while the lift car is operating on terminal floors. the drive can be run in the downward direction even if the upper final limit switch command is active. before coming into contact with the buffers. Two switches. the drive generates alarm LOWER FINAL LIM SWC. However. If the upper final limit switch command gets activated while the drive is running in the upward direction.86 UPPER F LIM SWC = 0.87 LOWER F LIM SWC.

04 SPD STD DEV LVL is set to 0. You can enable the Speed match function with parameter 81. whereas 81.Program features 119 Diagnostics Signals Actual signals 05. Other protection functions cover Thermal motor protection.06 SPEED MATCH DLY (0. There are two parameters for defining the speed match deviation: 81. Speed match The Speed match function checks that the motor actual speed (speed estimate or measured with an encoder. Example: If parameter 81.04 SPD STD DEV LVL is used for checking the deviation in a steady state. the drive will not trip on fault SPEED MATCH as long the difference of the motor actual speed and the speed reference does not exceed 0.01 LIFT SW bit 4 (LOWER F LIM SWC) Alarms UPPER FINAL LIM SWC LOWER FINAL LIM SWC Upper final limit switch command is active. Motor stall and Leveling overtime stop. Lower final limit switch command is active.03 SPEED MATCH. deceleration and when running in a steady state (at set-point speed).01 SPEED FB SEL) follows the speed reference within the desired window during acceleration. Displays the status of the lower final limit switch command. Inverter overload.5 s).01 LIFT SW bit 3 (UPPER F LIM SWC) 05. DC voltage control and Programmable protection functions. Additional information Protection functions The following functions are used for checking and ensuring the proper operation of lift control in different operating conditions: Speed match.5 m/s. it does not go outside the enclosed area in the figure below) for a period longer than defined with parameter 81. Displays the status of the upper final limit switch command.05 SPD RMP DEV LVL is used for checking the deviation during acceleration and deceleration.5 m/s (that is.04 SPD STD DEV LVL for a period longer than defined with parameter 81. . see parameter 22. • The motor is running in a steady state and the difference of the motor actual speed and the ramped speed reference is greater than the value of parameter 81. it trips on fault SPEED MATCH if the following conditions are met.06 SPEED MATCH DLY. The function also ensures that the brake does not slip while the drive is in a stopped state with the brake closed. While the drive is running.

Example: If parameter 81.06 SPEED MATCH DLY. that is.06 Speed match dly DLY (0.5 m/s) 81.04 SPD STD DEV LVL for a period longer than defined with parameter 81.04 SPD STD DEV LVL 81. the drive will not trip on fault SPEED MATCH during acceleration/deceleration as long as the difference of the motor actual speed and the ramped speed reference does not exceed 0.04 SPD STD DEV LVL (±0.6 m/s) 81.06 SPEED MATCH(0. When the mechanical brake is closed and the drive stopped.5 m/s) 81.6 m/s (that is. it does not go outside the enclosed area in the figure below) for a period longer than defined with parameter 81.05 Spd RMP DEV (±0.04 SPEEDREF RAMPED) Ramped speed reference (03. The figure below illustrates the operation of the Speed match function.6 m/s) 81.05 SPD rmp dev lvl LVL (±0.01 SPEED ACT) Motor actual speed (01.120 Program features • The motor is accelerating/decelerating and the difference of the motor actual speed and the ramped speed reference is greater than the value of parameter 81.05 SPD RMP DEV LVL is set to 0.06 SPEED MATCH DLY (0.06 SPEED MATCH DLY.04 Spd std dev lvl (±0. brake control is active.6 m/s.5 m/s) 81.06 Speed match dly (0.5 s) Time Time Motor actual speed (01.04 Speedref ramped) . the drive generates alarm BRAKE SLIP if the difference of the motor actual speed and the speed reference is greater than the value of parameter 81.04 Spd std dev lvl (±0.5 m/s) (±0. Speed (m/s) Speed (m/s) 81.5 s) 81.5 s) (0.06 SPEED MATCH DLY 81.01 Speed act) Ramped speed reference (03.05 SPD RMP DEV LVL for a period longer than defined with parameter 81.5 s).5 s) 81.

05 SPD RMP DEV LVL in the ramp state.04 SPD STD DEV LVL in the steady state or defined with parameter 81.02 LIFT FW bit 0 (SPEED MATCH) Alarms BRAKE SLIP Faults SPEED MATCH The speed error is higher than defined with parameter 81. and the brake is applied for safety reasons. Displays whether fault SPEED MATCH has occurred or not. Displays whether alarm BRAKE SLIP has occurred or not. Defines the speed matching ramp state deviation.01 LIFT SW bit 11 (BRAKE SLIP) 05.06 SPEED MATCH DLY has elapsed.02 INV OVERLOAD DLY has elapsed. If the inverter current or torque limits are exceeded in this condition and the period defined with parameter 81. and the time delay defined with parameter 81.03 SPEED MATCH 81.Program features 121 Settings Parameters 81. The function monitors the following inverter current and torque limit status bits: Signal 06.06 SPEED MATCH DLY Additional information Enables/disables the Speed match function. the drive trips on fault INV OVERLOAD. Defines the speed matching steady state deviation. Additional information Inverter overload The Inverter overload function checks that the inverter is capable of providing sufficient current and torque and that the drive is operating within the inverter current and torque limits.05 SPD RMP DEV LVL 81. To ensure that the inverter current and torque limits are not exceeded. The function is in operation while the motor is in the generating mode and generating more than 10% of the motor nominal power and running at an actual speed greater than 5% of the motor nominal speed. Defines the time delay for generating fault SPEED MATCH. The brake is slipping while the motor is not running. the function monitors the corresponding status bits. Diagnostics Signals Actual signals 05.04 SPD STD DEV LVL 81.07 TORQ LIM STATUS: • • • • • Bit 2 MINIMUM TORQUE Bit 3 MAXIMUM TORQUE Bit 4 INTERNAL CURRENT Bit 5 LOAD ANGLE Bit 6 MOTOR PULLOUT .

ie.02 INV OVERLOAD DLY Additional information Defines the inverter limit bits to be monitored by the Inverter overload function. Diagnostics Actual signals 05.02 LIFT FW bit 3 (INV OVERLOAD) Faults INV OVERLOAD The drive has exceeded the inverter current or torque limits while the motor is in the generating mode and generating more than 10% of the motor nominal power and running at an actual speed greater than 5% of the motor nominal speed.02 INV OVERLOAD DLY has elapsed. Motor stall The Motor stall function protects the motor in stall situations where torque level is about to rise too high at lower speeds.09 STALL SPEED LIM.. Settings Parameters 81. you need to select the above-mentioned bits with the corresponding bits of parameter 81. Defines the time delay for generating fault MOTOR STALL.122 Program features To activate the status bit monitoring. it monitors that the motor torque (01.01 INV OVERLOAD SEL 81. Defines the time delay for generating fault INV OVERLOAD.06 TORQUE) stays within user-defined torque limits. and the time delay defined with parameter 81.08 STALL TORQ MIN.09 STALL SPEED LIM is > 0.10 STALL FAULT DLY Additional information Defines the maximum torque limit for generating fault MOTOR STALL. Defines the minimum torque limit for generating fault MOTOR STALL. the drive trips on fault MOTOR STALL after the period defined with parameter 81. These bits are: • • • • • Bit 0 MINIMUM TORQUE Bit 1 MAXIMUM TORQUE Bit 2 INTERNAL CURRENT Bit 3 LOAD ANGLE Bit 4 MOTOR PULLOUT Settings Parameters 81.09 STALL SPEED LIM 81. The function is enabled when 81. Defines the speed limit for the Motor stall function.08 STALL TORQ MIN 81.01 INV OVERLOAD SEL. .10 STALL FAULT DLY. Additional information Displays whether fault INV OVERLOAD has occurred or not.07 STALL TORQ MAX 81. You can define the torque limits with parameters 81.07 STALL TORQ MAX and 81. If the motor torque exceeds these limits while the motor is running at a speed lower than defined with parameter 81.

you can set up motor overtemperature protection and configure motor temperature measurement (if present).07 STALL TORQ MAX and 81. With this function.09 STALL SPEED LIM. Thermal motor protection With the parameters in group 45 MOT THERM PROT. Leveling overtime stop This function generates an emergency stop signal (OFF3) if the time the lift travels at the leveling speed exceeds the time defined with parameter 81. Settings Parameters 81.11 LVL MAX TIME Additional information Defines the maximum time the drive can run at the leveling speed. This will result in a more accurate motor model. and the time delay defined with 81.10 STALL FAULT DLY has elapsed. The function is enabled when 81. The parameters also cover the estimated and measured motor temperature.11 LVL MAX TIME is > 0. The motor can be protected against overheating by • • the thermal motor protection model measuring the motor temperature with PTC or KTY84 sensors. Additional information Displays whether fault MOTOR STALL has occurred or not. the drive has exceeded the torque limits defined with parameters 81. possible damage to the lift system can be avoided in situations where the stop command is not received on time after the leveling command due to an electrical or mechanical problem.11 LVL MAX TIME. Diagnostics Alarms LVL TIME OVER Additional information Leveling overtime stop function has been activated during the last run.08 STALL TORQ MIN.02 LIFT FW bit 4 (MOTOR STALL) Faults MOTOR STALL Motor actual speed is lower than defined with parameter 81.Program features 123 Diagnostics Signals 05. .

Ohm 4000 1330 Temperature Normal Excessive PTC resistance 0…1. Temperature sensors It is possible to detect motor overtemperature by connecting a motor temperature sensor to thermistor input TH of the drive or to optional encoder interface module FEN-xx. Note: The motor thermal model can be used when only one motor is connected to the inverter. The temperature measurement function reads the voltage and converts it into ohms. Constant current is fed through the sensor. 2. the motor is assumed to be at the estimated temperature (value of 01.5 kohm > 4 kohm 100 550 T . Motor temperature is calculated using the user-adjustable motor thermal time and motor load curve.05 AMBIENT TEMP). When power is applied to the drive for the first time. It is possible to adjust the motor temperature supervision limits and select how the drive reacts when overtemperature is detected.124 Program features Thermal motor protection model The drive calculates the temperature of the motor on the basis of the following assumptions: 1. saved at power switch-off).18 MOTOR TEMP EST. as does the voltage over the resistor. when power is applied to the drive. The resistance of the sensor increases as the motor temperature rises over the sensor reference temperature Tref. The load curve should be adjusted in case the ambient temperature exceeds 30 °C. After this. The figure below shows typical PTC sensor resistance values as a function of the motor operating temperature. the motor is at ambient temperature (defined by parameter 45.

-the I/O board terminals must be protected against contact and must not be connected to other equipment or -the temperature sensor must be isolated from the I/O terminals. . If the assembly does not fulfil the requirement. WARNING! As the thermistor input on the JCU Control Unit is not insulated according to IEC 60664. the connection of the motor temperature sensor requires double or reinforced insulation between motor live parts and the sensor.Program features 125 The figure below shows typical KTY84 sensor resistance values as a function of the motor operating temperature. Ohm 3000 2000 KTY84 scaling 90 °C = 936 ohm 110 °C = 1063 ohm 130 °C = 1197 ohm 150 °C = 1340 ohm 1000 0 -100 0 100 200 300 T (°C) It is possible to adjust the motor temperature supervision limits and select how the drive reacts when overtemperature is detected.

. Settings Parameters 45 MOT THERM PROT Additional information Settings for thermal protection of the motor. see the User’s manual of the appropriate encoder interface module. One PTC or KTY84 sensor JCU Control Unit TH Motor AGND 10 nF T Three PTC sensors JCU Control Unit TH Motor AGND T T T 10 nF For encoder interface module FEN-xx connection.126 Program features The figure below shows a motor temperature measurement when thermistor input TH is used. The drive will be fully operational as long as the motor rotates and generates energy to the drive. Diagnostics Actual signals 01.18 MOTOR TEMP EST Additional information Estimated motor temperature in Celsius. DC voltage control Undervoltage control If the incoming supply voltage is cut off. the drive will continue to operate by utilising the kinetic energy of the rotating motor. The drive can continue the operation after the break if the main contactor remains closed.

8 8 11.19 USED SUPPLY VOLT. The actual voltage used is shown by parameter 01. The intermediate circuit DC voltage drops to the minimum limit. TM = motor torque Loss of supply voltage at nominal load (fout = 40 Hz). . The controller keeps the voltage steady as long as the mains is switched off. Voltage control and trip limits The control and trip limits of the intermediate DC voltage regulator are relative either to a supply voltage value provided by the user or to an automatically determined supply voltage.35 times.4 t(s) UDC= intermediate circuit voltage of the drive.Program features 127 Note: Units equipped with main contactor option must be equipped with a hold circuit (for example.6 4. The nominal DC voltage (UDC) equals this value 1. The drive runs the motor in generator mode. TM (Nm) fout UDC (Hz) (VDC) Umains UDC 160 80 520 120 60 390 fout TM 80 40 260 40 20 130 1. fout = output frequency of the drive. The motor speed falls but the drive is operational as long as the motor has enough kinetic energy. UPS) which keeps the contactor control circuit closed during a short supply break.2 14.

Used if auto-identification of the supply voltage is not enabled with parameter 47.03 SUPPLVOLTAUTO-ID.04 SUPPLY VOLTAGE. For more information on the brake resistor connection.07 DC-VOLTAGE UDC (1.02 UNDERVOLT CTRL 47. Overvoltage trip level (880 V) 01. . Enables the auto-identification of the supply voltage.128 Program features Automatic identification of the supply voltage is performed every time the drive is powered. see the appropriate Hardware manual. The maximum braking power is achieved at 840 V. the chopper will start conducting when the DC link voltage of the drive reaches 780 V.03. Configuration of the internal brake chopper. Settings Parameters 47. Automatic identification can be disabled by parameter 47. Brake chopper The built-in brake chopper of the drive can be used to handle the energy generated by a decelerating motor. the user can define the voltage manually at parameter 47.19 USED SUPPLY VOLT) Undervoltage control level (0. When the brake chopper control is enabled and a resistor connected.35 × 01. Defines the nominal supply voltage. For the parameters related to the brake chopper and brake resistor. see parameter group 48 BRAKE CHOPPER.04 SUPPLY VOLTAGE 48 BRAKE CHOPPER Additional information Enables the undervoltage control of the intermediate DC link.03 SUPPLVOLTAUTO-ID 47.7 × UDC) 50 V min Undervoltage trip level (350 V) The intermediate DC circuit is charged over an internal resistor which is bypassed when the correct level (80% of UDC) is reached and voltage is stabilised.

08 CROSS CONNECTION: The drive can detect if the supply and motor cables have accidentally been switched (for example.03 LOCAL CTRL LOSS: Selects how the drive reacts to a control panel or PC tool or communication break. the protection activates in 200 milliseconds .Program features 129 Diagnostics Actual signals 01.02 LIFT FW bit 11 UNDERVOLTAGE Programmable protection functions The programmable protection functions are implemented with the following parameters. the supply capacitance should be 1 microfarad or more . The earth fault detection is based on sum current measurement.01 EXTERNAL FAULT: Selects a source for an external fault signal.the capacitive currents caused by shielded motor cables up to 300 metres will not activate the protection . 46.03 SUPPLVOLTAUTO-ID.04 MOT PHASE LOSS: Selects how the drive reacts whenever a motor phase loss is detected. see Safe torque off function for ACSM1. Note that .05 EARTH FAULT: Selects how the drive reacts when an earth fault or current unbalance is detected in the motor or the motor cable. ACS850 and ACQ810 drives application guide (3AFE68929814 [English]).in a grounded supply.07 STO DIAGNOSTIC: The drive monitors the status of the Safe torque off input. 46. When the signal is lost. For more information on the Safe torque off function. 46.the protection is deactivated when the drive is stopped. • .06 SUPPL PHS LOSS: Selects how the drive reacts whenever a supply phase loss is detected.04 SUPPLY VOLTAGE or the automatically determined supply voltage if autoidentification is enabled with parameter 47. The parameter selects whether a fault is generated or not.in an ungrounded supply. • • • • 46. 46. 05. 46. Displays the status of the intermediate circuit DC voltage.19 USED SUPPLY VOLT Additional information Measured intermediate circuit voltage in V. a fault is generated. Either the nominal supply voltage defined with parameter 47. if the supply is connected to the motor connection of the drive). • • 46.an earth fault in the supply cable does not activate the protection .07 DC-VOLTAGE 01.

motor torque.25 ms. Analog outputs The drive has two programmable analogue outputs: one current output AO1 (0…20 mA) and one voltage output AO2 (-10…10 V).08 AO1 02.06 AI2 02. Scaled value of analogue input AI2. The input type is selected with jumpers J1 and J2 on the JCU Control Unit. Settings Parameters 13 ANALOGUE INPUTS Additional information Settings for the analogue inputs. Both inputs can be filtered and scaled. The analogue output signals can be proportional to. The hardware filter time constant is approximately 0.09 AO2 Additional information Analogue output AO1 value in mA. eg. output frequency. Settings Parameters 15 ANALOGUE OUTPUTS Additional information Settings for the analogue outputs. a fieldbus link). Analog inputs The drive has two programmable analogue inputs. Analogue input AI2 value in V or mA.130 Program features Inputs and outputs When the drive is in external control. AI1 and AI2. Both inputs can be used either as a voltage input or current input (-11…11 V or -22…22 mA). Diagnostics Actual signals 02. It is also possible to write a value to an analogue output through a serial communication link (eg. respectively.04 AI1 02. Scaled value of analogue input AI1. The inaccuracy of the analogue inputs is 1% of the full scale range and the resolution is 11 bits (+ sign). output current. . motor speed. process speed (scaled motor speed). Both outputs can be filtered and scaled. Diagnostics Actual signals 02. Analogue output AO2 value in V. and motor power. the following analog and digital inputs/outputs can be used to control the drive.05 AI1 SCALED 02.07 AI2 SCALED Additional information Analogue input AI1 value in V or mA. The resolution of the analogue outputs is 11 bits (+ sign) and the inaccuracy is 2% of the full scale range.

DIO2 and DIO3). Relay outputs The drive has one relay output. Selects whether extension DIO4 is used as a digital input or as a digital output.85 EXT DIO1 OUT PTR 12. Selects whether extension DIO1 is used as a digital input or as a digital output. Selects whether extension DIO2 is used as a digital input or as a digital output.80 EXT IO SEL). DI3.Program features 131 Digital inputs and outputs The drive has six digital inputs (DI1.84 EXT IO DIO4 CONF 12. Selects whether extension DIO3 is used as a digital input or as a digital output. Status of the extended digital inputs/outputs. The six digital inputs can be inverted. Selects a drive signal to be connected to extended digital output EXT DIO1. Status of digital inputs of FEN-xx encoder interfaces in drive option Slots 1 and 2. The number of digital inputs/outputs can be increased by using an FIO-01 I/O extension (activated with parameter 12.81 EXT IO DIO1 CONF 12. one as a frequency output. if installed to the drive. DI2. Diagnostics Actual signals 02. For the default digital inputs/outputs.86 EXT DIO2 OUT PTR 12.80 EXT IO SEL 12. Status word of the digital inputs/outputs.80 EXT IO SEL).01 DI STATUS 02.83 EXT IO DIO3 CONF 12.80 EXT DIO STATUS Additional information Status word of the digital inputs. . Settings Parameters 12.03 DIO STATUS 02. see FIO-01 digital I/O extension user’s manual (3AFE68784921 [English]).16 FEN DI STATUS 02. see chapter Default connections. One of the digital inputs/outputs can be used as a frequency input.88 EXT DIO4 OUT PTR Additional information Activates an I/O extension installed into Slot 2. Two additional relay outputs can be added by using an FIO-01 I/O extension (enabled with parameter 12.82 EXT IO DIO2 CONF 12. For more information on the I/O extension. DI5 and DI6) and three digital inputs/outputs (DIO1. DI4 . For more information on the I/O extension. In addition. Selects a drive signal to be connected to extended digital output EXT DIO2.87 EXT DIO3 OUT PTR 12. the encoder module FEN-xx provides two additional digital inputs. Selects a drive signal to be connected to extended digital output EXT DIO3. Selects a drive signal to be connected to extended digital output EXT DIO4. see FIO-01 digital I/O extension user’s manual (3AFE68784921 [English]).

132 Program features Settings Parameters 12.89 EXT RO1 OUT PTR 12.02 RO STATUS 02. a standard pulse encoder determines the rotor position when it rotates but the initial position is not known.12 RO1 OUT PTR 12. However. Diagnostics Actual signals 02.90 EXT RO2 OUT PTR Additional information Selects a drive signal to be connected to relay output RO1. Selects a drive signal to be connected to extended relay output EXT RO1. so it is only known within which 60° sector of a complete revolution the initial position is. N Rotor Absolute encoder/resolver S . Status of the extended relay outputs. The motor control requires the absolute position of the rotor flux in order to control motor torque accurately.81 EXT RO STATUS Additional information Status of the relay output. Sensors like absolute encoders and resolvers indicate the rotor position at all times after the offset between the zero angle of rotor and that of the sensor has been established. a pulse encoder can be used as an absolute encoder if it is equipped with Hall sensors. On the other hand. albeit with coarse initial position accuracy. Activates an I/O extension installed into Slot 2. Selects a drive signal to be connected to extended relay output EXT RO2. Autophasing Autophasing is an automatic measurement routine to determine the angular position of the magnetic flux of a permanent magnet synchronous motor. The Hall sensors generate so-called commutation pulses that change their state six times during one revolution.80 EXT IO SEL 12.

Settings Parameters 57 D2D COMMUNICATION Additional information Drive-to-drive communication settings. As the characteristics of motors and loads differ.07 AUTOPHASING MODE). The wiring of the drive-to-drive link is presented in the Hardware manual of the drive. when the load is connected). the motor shaft is turned back and forward (±360/polepairs)° in order to determine the rotor position.07 AUTOPHASING MODE has no effect. With open-loop motor control. The standstill modes can be used if the motor cannot be turned (for example. . as it is the most robust and accurate method. In this situation. One-time measurement of the rotor and encoder position difference when an absolute encoder or resolver (one pole pair) is used 2.07 AUTOPHASING MODE Additional information Selects the way autophasing is performed during the ID run.Program features 133 Autophasing is performed with permanent magnet synchronous motors in the following cases: 1. At every power-up when an incremental encoder is used 3. contact your local ABB representative. In the turning mode. The drive is also capable of determining the rotor position when started to a running motor in open-loop or closed-loop modes. The turning mode is recommended especially with case 1. testing must be done to find out the most suitable standstill mode. Drive-to-drive link The drive-to-drive link is a daisy-chained RS-485 transmission line that allows basic master/follower communication with one master drive and multiple followers. For information on the use of the drive-to-drive link. the shaft is turned only in one direction and the angle is smaller. Settings Parameters 11. Several autophasing modes are available (see parameter 11. repetitive measurement of the rotor position at every start. In case 2 (open-loop control). the setting of 11.

11 EM STOP TIME Additional information Selects the source for the emergency stop OFF1. The drive is stopped within the active deceleration time.134 Program features Emergency stop Note: The user is responsible for installing the emergency stop devices and all the additional devices needed for the emergency stop to fulfil the required emergency stop category classes. see Functional safety solutions with ACSM1 drives application guide (3AUA0000031517 [English]). Two emergency stops are available: • Emergency stop OFF1: The emergency stop signal is connected to the digital input which is selected as the source for the emergency stop activation (parameter 10. • Note: When an emergency stop signal is detected. Defines the time within which the drive is stopped if an emergency stop OFF3 is activated.02 STATUS WORD 2 bit 6 (OFF1) Additional information Displays whether emergency stop OFF3 is active or not. Settings Parameters 10. For more information.11 EM STOP OFF1).01 STATUS WORD 1 bit 5 (EM STOP (OFF3) 06.11 EM STOP TIME.11 EM STOP OFF1 25. the emergency stop cannot be cancelled. The drive is stopped within the time defined with parameter 25. . even though the signal is cancelled. Displays whether emergency stop OFF1 is active or not. Emergency stop OFF3: The emergency stop signal is activated by the Final limit switches function (see page 118) and the Leveling overtime stop function (see page 123). Diagnostics Actual signals 06.

If no encoder is mounted on the motor shaft. the motor model uses an estimated speed instead of the speed feedback value. the encoder and the load. Motor encoder gear application example: Speed control uses the motor speed. Settings Parameters 22.03 MOTOR GEAR MUL 22. the Motor encoder gear function must be applied in order to calculate the actual motor speed on the basis of the measured load speed.04 MOTOR GEAR DIV = Actual speed Encoder 1/2 speed Note: If the motor gear ratio differs from 1. M 3~ MOTOR GEAR LOAD ENCODER The motor encoder gear parameters 22.Program features 135 Motor encoder gear The drive provides the Motor encoder gear function for compensating of mechanical gears between the motor shaft.04 MOTOR GEAR DIV are set as follows: 22.04 MOTOR GEAR DIV Additional information Defines the motor gear numerator for the Motor encoder gear function. Defines the motor gear denominator for the Motor encoder gear function.03 MOTOR GEAR MUL and 22.03 MOTOR GEAR MUL 22. .

M 3~ ENCODER 1 MOTOR GEAR LOAD A second encoder (encoder 2) mounted on the load side is used as the source for the actual position value. The Load encoder gear function calculates the actual load position on the basis of the measured motor shaft position. If no encoder is mounted on the load side. the Load encoder gear function must be applied in order to calculate the actual load position on the basis of the measured motor shaft position. M 3~ ENCODER 2 MOTOR GEAR LOAD ENCODER 2 . (Note: Inverted gear ratio is considered when the position control output (speed reference) is produced).136 Program features Load encoder gear Positioning uses the measured speed and position of the load. Load encoder gear application examples: Positioning uses the measured speed and position of the load.

save values into the permanent memory using parameter 16. The new settings will take effect when the drive is powered up again. emulation.03 LOAD GEAR MUL and 60.07 PARAM SAVE.03 LOAD GEAR MUL 60. two digital inputs for position latching. TTL input. PTC/KTY temperature sensor connection Resolver interface Module FEN-21: resolver input. Defines the denominator for the Load encoder gear function.Program features 137 The load encoder gear parameters 60.04 LOAD GEAR DIV are set as follows: 60. If parameter values are changed. TTL echo. TTL output (for encoder emulation echo). TTL output (for encoder emulation and echo). Revolution counting is only supported for encoder 1. or after re-configuration is forced using parameter 90.04 LOAD GEAR DIV Additional information Defines the numerator for the Load encoder gear function. Note: Two encoder interface modules of the same type are not allowed. TTL output (for encoder emulation and echo). Note: Configuration data is written into the logic registers of the interface module once after the power-up. PTC/KTY temperature sensor connection • • • The interface module is connected to drive option Slot 1 or 2.04 LOAD GEAR DIV = Load speed Encoder 1/2 speed Note: The sign of the programmed gear ratio has to match the sign of the mechanical gear ratio. Encoder support Encoder module selection Encoder module selection covers the settings for encoder activation. TTL input. The following optional interface modules are available: • TTL Encoder interface Module FEN-01: two TTL inputs. encoder 1 and 2 (but only one FEN-21 resolver interface module).03 LOAD GEAR MUL 60. The firmware supports two encoders. two digital inputs for position latching. PTC/KTY temperature sensor connection HTL Encoder interface Module FEN-31: HTL encoder input. TTL output (for encoder emulation and echo). Settings Parameters 60. . PTC temperature sensor connection Absolute Encoder interface Module FEN-11: absolute encoder input. two digital inputs for position latching. two digital inputs for position latching. and encoder cable fault detection.10 ENC PAR REFRESH.

1/2. Settings Parameters 90 ENC MODULE SEL Additional information Settings for encoder activation.01 ENCODER 1 SEL / 90. or after re-configuration is forced using parameter 90. Note: Configuration data is written into the logic registers of the interface module once after the power-up.138 Program features For encoder/resolver configuration. save values into the permanent memory using parameter 16. . Absolute encoder configuration Absolute encoder configuration is used when parameter 90. The optional FEN-11 Absolute Encoder interface Module supports the following absolute encoders: • • • • • Incremental sin/cos encoders with or without zero pulse and with or without sin/ cos commutation signals Endat 2. If parameter values are changed. and FEN-11 absolute encoder interface user’s manual (3AFE68784841 [English]). emulation. TTL echo. Tamagawa 17/33-bit digital encoders (the resolution of position data within one revolution is 17 bits. 92 RESOLVER CONF (page 226) and 93 PULSE ENC CONF (page 226).10 ENC PAR REFRESH. and communication fault detection. multiturn data includes a 16-bit revolution count). * EnDat and SSI encoders without incremental sin/cos signals are partially supported only as encoder 1: Speed is not available and the time instant of the position data (delay) depends on the encoder. see parameter groups 91 ABSOL ENC CONF (page 220).02 ENCODER 2 SEL is set to FEN-11 ABS.2 with incremental sin/cos signals (partially without sin/cos incremental signals*) Hiperface encoders with incremental sin/cos signals SSI (Synchronous Serial Interface) with incremental sin/cos signals (partially without sin/cos incremental signals*). See also parameter group 90 ENC MODULE SEL on page 220.07 PARAM SAVE. Settings Parameters 91 ABSOL ENC CONF Additional information Absolute encoder configuration. The new settings will take effect when the drive is powered up again.

Program features 139

Resolver configuration
Resolver configuration is used when parameter 90.01 ENCODER 1 SEL / 90.02 ENCODER 2 SEL is set to FEN-21 RES. The optional FEN-21 resolver interface module is compatible with resolvers which are excited by sinusoidal voltage (to the rotor winding) and which generate sine and cosine signals proportional to the rotor angle (to stator windings). Note: Configuration data is written into the logic registers of the adapter once after the power-up. If parameter values are changed, save values into the permanent memory by parameter 16.07 PARAM SAVE. The new settings will take effect when the drive is powered up again, or after re-configuration is forced by parameter 90.10 ENC PAR REFRESH. Resolver autotuning is performed automatically whenever the resolver input is activated after changes to parameters 92.02 EXC SIGNAL AMPL or 92.03 EXC SIGNAL FREQ. Autotuning must be forced after any changes in the resolver cable connection. This can be done by setting either 92.02 EXC SIGNAL AMPL or 92.03 EXC SIGNAL FREQ to its already existing value, and then setting parameter 90.10 ENC PAR REFRESH to Configure. If the resolver (or absolute encoder) is used for feedback from a permanent magnet motor, an AUTOPHASING ID run should be performed after replacement or any parameter changes. See parameter 99.13 IDRUN MODE and section Autophasing on page 132. See also parameter group 90 ENC MODULE SEL on page 220, and FEN-21 resolver interface user’s manual (3AFE68784859 [English]). Settings
Parameters 92 RESOLVER CONF Additional information Resolver configuration.

Pulse encoder configuration
Pulse encoder configuration is used for TTL/HTL input and TTL output configuration. Parameters 93.01 ENC1 PULSE NR…93.06 ENC1 OSC LIM are used when a TTL/ HTL encoder is used as encoder 1 (see parameter 90.01 ENCODER 1 SEL). Parameters 93.11 ENC2 PULSE NR…93.16 ENC2 OSC LIM are used when a TTL/ HTL encoder is used as encoder 2 (see parameter 90.02 ENCODER 2 SEL). Typically, only parameter 93.01/93.11 needs to be set for TTL/HTL encoders. Note: Configuration data is written into the logic registers of the adapter once after the power-up. If parameter values are changed, save values into the permanent memory by parameter 16.07 PARAM SAVE. The new settings will take effect when the drive is powered up again, or after re-configuration is forced by parameter 90.10 ENC PAR REFRESH.

140 Program features See also parameter group 90 ENC MODULE SEL on page 220, and the appropriate encoder extension module manual. Settings
Parameters 93 PULSE ENC CONF Additional information TTL/HTL input and TTL output configuration.

Rescue operation
Rescue operation is used in emergency evacuation situations where the lift car has to be run to the next floor because of a power supply failure. In such a situation, the drive is supplied by an external emergency power supply and is, thereby, switched to the low voltage mode. The lift controller takes care of switching between the mains supply and the low voltage supply. Due to derated power supply, the lift car traveling speed needs to be reduced during a rescue operation. For this, the drive uses the evacuation mode (evacuation speed). Two evacuation options, automatic and manual evacuation, are available. • • In automatic evacuation, the drive searches the lighter load direction (up or down) and then automatically runs the lift car to that direction. In manual evacuation, the lift controller decides and issues the direction of travel.

The operation sequence during a rescue operation is as follows: 1. Power failure occurs and the drive trips. 2. Lift controller detects a power failure. 3. Lift controller cancels the normal operation commands. 4. Lift controller disconnects the mains supply to the drive. 5. Lift controller connects the low voltage supply to the drive. 6. Lift controller activates the low voltage and evacuation modes (precondition: the drive is ready to run). 7. Lift controller issues a start up or start down command. 8. Drive finds the lighter load travel direction (if automatic evacuation is selected). 9. Drive starts to operate at the evacuation speed. 10. Drive stops when the floor limit switch is activated (or when the start command is removed). Switching back to normal mains supply is carried out as follows: 1. Drive is at a stopped state. 2. Lift controller deactivates the evacuation mode. 3. Lift controller disconnects the low voltage supply to the drive. 4. Lift controller reconnects the mains supply to the drive.

Program features 141

Evacuation mode
During a rescue operation, the drive uses the evacuation mode (evacuation speed). You can enable the evacuation mode with parameter 10.89 EVACUATION MODE. Before enabling the evacuation mode, make sure that the lift car is stopped. With parameter 10.90 EVACUATION AUTO, you can select whether the evacuation of the lift car is manual or fully automatic. • In manual evacuation, the drive first waits for the lift controller to give the start up or start down signal. The evacuation travel is then conducted in the corresponding direction. In automatic evacuation:

1. Drive waits for the lift controller to give the start up or start down signal. 2. Drive activates a start command in the upward direction for 2 seconds and checks the actual torque. 3. Drive is stopped for 2 seconds. 4. Drive activates the start command in the downward direction. 5. Drive monitores and stores the downward operation torque. 6. Drive compares the torque in both directions and automatically issues a start command in the direction of the lighter load. When the lift operates in the evacuation mode, the drive uses parameter 80.14 EVACUATION SPEED as the speed reference and parameters 25.87 EVAC MODE ACC and 25.88 EVAC MODE DEC for acceleration and deceleration, respectively. Jerks are disabled in the evacuation mode. When evacuation travel starts, the torque value stored when the mechanical brake close command was activated is used automatically as the brake open torque to provide a comfortable start.

142 Program features The simplified timing diagram below illustrates the operation of automatic evacuation when load in the upward direction is less than in the downward direction.
Jerks disabled Jerks disabled Evacuationspeed Evacuation speed

03.04 SPEEDREF RAMPED RAMPED

03.04 SPEEDREF

01.06 TORQUE 01.06 TORQUE Reverse direction reverse direction Forward direction forward direction

Load in upward direction less Torque in forward direction than (lighter load) is lessin downward direction

Start up/down command

Start up or down command

Run act upwards Run act fwd Run act downwards

Run act rev

10.91 FLOOR LIM 10.91 FLOOR LIM SWITCH *) SWITCH *) 10.89 EVACUATION 10.89 EVACUATION MODE MODE
*) Floor floor switch signalsignal is optional *) limit limit switch is optional Time Time

Settings
Parameters 10.89 EVACUATION MODE 10.90 EVACUATION AUTO 10.91 FLOOR LIM SWITCH 25.87 EVAC MODE ACC 25.88 EVAC MODE DEC 80.14 EVACUATION SPEED Additional information Selects the source for enabling/disabling the evacuation mode. Selects the source for enabling manual or automatic evacuation. Defines the source from which the Lift control program reads the floor limit switch signal. Defines the acceleration used in the evacuation mode. Defines the deceleration used in the evacuation mode. Defines the speed reference used in the evacuation mode.

Program features 143 Diagnostics
Signals Actual signals 05.01 LIFT SW bit 12 (EVAC SPD ACT) 05.12 EVACUATION DIR Displays whether the evacuation speed is the current speed reference used by the lift. Displays the direction of the lighter load measured during automatic evacuation. Additional information

Low voltage mode
When an external emergency power supply is connected to the drive instead of the normal mains supply, the drive is switched to the low voltage mode based on the evacuation mode signal from the lift controller. Note: Before the drive can be connected to the external emergency power supply, it must be at a stopped state and the normal mains supply must be disconnected. The low voltage mode supports supply voltages in the ranges of • • • 48…115 V DC 208…240 V AC (3-phase) 230 V AC (1-phase).

You can enable the low voltage mode with parameter 47.05 LOW VOLT MOD ENA. Typically, the evacuation mode signal (eg, a hardwired digital input) is connected to this parameter. The low voltage mode also introduces parameters 47.06 LOW VOLT DC MIN and 47.07 LOW VOLT DC MAX for adjustment of minimum and maximum DC voltages, respectively. The following rules apply: • • • 47.06 LOW VOLT DC MIN = 250 to 450 V 47.06 LOW VOLT DC MAX = 350 to 810 V 47.06 LOW VOLT DC MAX > 47.06 LOW VOLT DC MIN + 50 V.

The value of parameter 47.08 EXT PU SUPPLY or its source should be set to 1 (TRUE) when a low-voltage DC supply - such as a battery - is used. With an AC supply, the value should be set to 0 (FALSE). Parameters 47.06…47.08 are effective only when the low voltage mode is active, that is, the value of parameter 47.05 LOW VOLT MOD ENA (or its source) is 1.

07 LOW VOLT DC MAX .06 LOW VOLT DC MIN 47. Selects a signal source that enables/disables external power unit supply.30 V 47.08 EXT PU SUPPLY FALSE 200…240 V AC ±10% 270…324 V DC ±10% Unaffected 47.06 LOW VOLT DC MIN 47.07 LOW VOLT DC MAX + 30 V TRUE *48…270 V DC ±10% Unaffected 47.30 V 47.07 LOW VOLT DC MAX .144 Program features In the low voltage mode. Settings Parameters 47.05 LOW VOLT MOD ENA 47. the default voltage control and trip levels as well as the brake chopper operation levels (see sections Voltage control and trip limits on page 127 and Brake chopper on page 128) are changed as follows: Level Supply voltage range Overvoltage trip level Overvoltage control level Undervoltage control level Undervoltage trip level Brake chopper activation level Brake chopper maximum power level Value of parameter 47.07 LOW VOLT DC MAX + 30 V *Requires additional DC power supply JPO-01 Different system configurations are detailed in ACSM1 system engineering manual (3AFE68978297 [English]).07 LOW VOLT DC MAX Disabled Disabled 47. Minimum DC voltage for the low voltage mode.06 LOW VOLT DC MIN . Maximum DC voltage for the low voltage mode.50 V 47. Diagnostics Signals Alarms LOW VOLT MOD CON Low voltage mode has been activated but the parameter settings are outside allowable limits. Additional information .07 LOW VOLT DC MAX 47. used with low DC supply voltages such as a battery.08 EXT PU SUPPLY Additional information Selects a signal source that enables/disables the low voltage mode.07 LOW VOLT DC MAX 47.

Fieldbus equivalent. of the Lift control program. “POINTER” is selected to define a source from another parameter. Example: Digital input DI5 status. including actual signals. Actual signals can be monitored. Terms and abbreviations Term Actual signal Definition Type of parameter that is the result of a measurement or calculation by the drive. Example 1: Motor phase loss supervision is activated by selecting Fault from the selection list of parameter 46.04. Example 2: The motor nominal power (kW) is set by writing/selecting the appropriate value for parameter 99. A pointer value is given in the format P. where xx = parameter group.02 BRAKE ACKNOWL to value P.FALSE”) or 1 (“C. When adjusting a bit pointer setting on the optional control panel. Pointing to a nonexisting bit will be interpreted as 0 (FALSE). but not adjusted. eg. by the user.TRUE”). Per unit Value parameter Bit pointer FbEq p. bit pointer parameters may have other pre-selected choices.01.10 MOT NOM POWER. Parameter groups 01…09 contain actual signals. A parameter that points to the value of a bit in another parameter (usually an actual signal).02. yy = parameter index.u. is used for brake supervision by setting parameter 35.yy. 02. The source parameter and bit is freely selectable.06 MOT PHASE LOSS. 10. The scaling between the value shown on the panel and the integer used in serial communication. .xx. “CONST” is selected in order to fix the value to 0 (displayed as “C. A value parameter has a fixed set of choices or a setting range. zz = bit number.Parameters 145 Parameters What this chapter contains The chapter describes the parameters.01 DI STATUS bit 4. In addition. or that can be fixed to 0 (FALSE) or 1 (TRUE).zz.

01. yy = parameter index. However.xx. If necessary.04 PARAM RESTORE. Example: Motor current signal.05. is connected to analogue output AO1 by setting parameter 15. Value pointer parameters may have a set of pre-selected choices. 01. where xx = parameter group. All parameter settings are stored automatically to the permanent memory of the drive. it is highly recommended to force a save by using parameter 16. the default values can be restored by parameter 16.01 AO1 PTR to value P. Values are restored after the power switch-off.07 PARAM SAVE before powering down the drive immediately after any parameter changes.05 CURRENT PERC. A pointer value is given in the format P. DriveStudio or the fieldbus interface. . Setting parameters Parameters can be set via the drive control panel (keypad).yy.146 Parameters Term Value pointer Definition A parameter that points to the value of another actual signal or parameter.

10 01.Parameters 147 Parameter groups 01…09 No.04 SUPPLY VOLTAGE).09 01.02 01. Motor torque in percent of the motor nominal torque. Measured motor current in A. Actual position of encoder 1 within one revolution. Measured motor temperature in Celsius when a KTY sensor is used.21 01.05 01.) Estimated motor temperature in Celsius. if auto-identification is enabled by parameter 47.19 SPEED ACT PERC FREQUENCY CURRENT CURRENT PERC TORQUE DC-VOLTAGE ENCODER 1 SPEED ENCODER 1 POS ENCODER 2 SPEED ENCODER 2 POS POS ACT POS 2ND ENC SPEED ESTIMATED TEMP INVERTER TEMP BC MOTOR TEMP MOTOR TEMP EST USED SUPPLY VOLT 100 = 1% 100 = 1 Hz 100 = 1 A 10 = 1% 10 = 1% 100 = 1 V 100 = 1 rpm 100000000 = 1 rev 100 = 1 rpm 100000000 = 1 rev 1000 = 1 m 1000 = 1 m 100 = 1 rpm 10 = 1 % 10 = 1 % 10 = 1 °C 1 = 1 °C 10 = 1 V 01. the automatically determined supply voltage.11 01. Filtered actual speed in rpm.04 BR POWER MAX CNT.15 01. The unit depends on parameter 60. Motor current in percent of the nominal motor current.08 01.16 01.14 01.04 01. Drive output power in kilowatts.22 01.20 BRAKE RES LOAD 1 = 1% 01. 01 Name/Value Description Basic signals for monitoring the drive.01 SPEED FB SEL.05 POS UNIT selection.26 CPU USAGE INVERTER POWER ON TIME COUNTER 1 = 1% 100 = 1 kW 100 = 1 h . The unit depends on parameter 60. 100 = 1 rpm FbEq 01 ACTUAL VALUES 01. The value is given in percent of the temperature the resistor reaches when loaded with the power defined by parameter 48.03 SUPPLVOLTAUTO-ID.01 SPEED ACT 01.03 01.17 01.18 01. Filter time constant can be adjusted by parameter 22. Measured intermediate circuit voltage in V. Estimated temperature of the brake resistor. Actual speed in percent of the motor synchronous speed. or. (With a PTC sensor.05 POS UNIT selection. The counter can be reset using the DriveStudio tool. Either the user-given supply voltage (parameter 47.12 01. Used speed feedback is defined by parameter 22.13 01.02 SPEED ACT FTIME. Encoder 2 speed in rpm.06 01. Actual position of the encoder 2. Actual position of the encoder. Microprocessor load in percent. the value is always 0. Estimated motor speed in rpm. Actual position of encoder 2 within one revolution. Measured temperature of the heatsink in % of the maximum allowed temperature. Estimated drive output frequency in Hz.07 01. This counter runs when the drive is powered. Encoder 1 speed in rpm. Brake chopper IGBT temperature in % of the maximum allowed temperature.

FbEq 100 = 1 h 01. See parameters 13.03 02. The type is selected with jumper J1 on the JCU Control Unit. DIO2 and DIO3 are off. Status word of the digital inputs. Frequency input value in Hz when DIO2 is used as frequency input (12. Analogue input AI1 value in V or mA.148 Parameters No.10 02. The counter runs when the drive modulates. 1 = RO is energized. Scaled value of analogue input AI2.09 AI2 MAX SCALE and 13.02 02. Status of the relay output. DI2 to DI6 are off.04 02.02 DIO2 CONF is set to Freq input). Analogue output AO1 value in mA.05 02.10 AI2 MIN SCALE. See parameters 13.04 AI1 MAX SCALE and 13.01 02. The counter can be reset using the DriveStudio tool. Running time of the drive cooling fan. 01.27 Name/Value RUN TIME COUNTER FAN ON-TIME Description Motor run time counter. Input and output signals of the drive.05 AI1 MIN SCALE. Status word of digital inputs/outputs DIO1…3. Example: 000001 = DI1 is on.09 02. Analogue input AI2 value in V or mA.08 02. Analogue output AO2 value in V. The type is selected with jumper J2 on the JCU Control Unit. Frequency output value in Hz when DIO3 is used as frequency output (12. Scaled value of analogue input AI1. Example: 001 = DIO1 is on.06 02.28 02 100 = 1 h 02 I/O VALUES 02. Can be reset by entering 0.07 02.03 DIO3 CONF is set to Freq output).11 DI STATUS RO STATUS DIO STATUS AI1 AI1 SCALED AI2 AI2 SCALED AO1 AO2 DIO2 FREQ IN DIO3 FREQ OUT 1=1 1=1 1=1 1000 = 1 V / mA 1000 = 1 1000 = 1 V / mA 1000 = 1 1000 = 1 mA 1000 = 1 V 1000 = 1 Hz 1000 = 1 Hz .

0 No action. AND – 0 No action. Par. OR 10. – 11. 1 Activate jogging function 2.02. ** Internally used for evacuation and inspection mode operation. AND – 0 Activate Run disable. Coast stop (bit 6) overrides the emergency stop (bits 2/3/4). (continued) * If all stop mode bits 2…6 are 0.03 0 No action. 02.12 Name/Value FBA MAIN CW Description Control Word for fieldbus communication. 1 Stop according to the stop mode selected by 11. 1 Activate jogging function 1. = Selection parameter. OR – other No action. . The – drive will restart only with the next rising edge of the AND start signal when the Run enable signal is on. 1 Activate Run enable. – OR 0 Jogging function 1 disabled. 1 Emergency stop OFF3 (bit 0 must be 1). 0 -> 1 Fault reset if an active fault exists.03 0 No action. Stop within the time defined by 25. Emergency stop overrides the normal ramp stop (bit 5). 0 No action. – 11.03 10. Bit AND/OR Selection parameter).03 STOP MODE. Note: Simultaneous stop and start commands 10. The motor coasts to stop.11 EM STOP TIME. 1 Fieldbus control enabled. 0 No action. – OR 0 Jogging function 2 disabled. 1 Emergency OFF2 (bit 0 must be 1): Drive is stopped by cutting off the motor power supply (the inverter IGBTs are blocked).11 0 No action. 1 Emergency stop OFF1 (bit 0 must be 1). result in a stop command. Stop along the currently active deceleration ramp.03 STOP MODE or according to the requested stop mode (bits 2…6).02. The drive ramps to a stop (current and DC voltage – – limits are in force). Par. Log. 10. – – 0 Fieldbus control disabled. FbEq 1=1 Bit 0 Name STOP* 1 START 2 STPMODE EM OFF* 3 STPMODE EM STOP* STPMODE OFF1* STPMODE RAMP* STPMODE COAST* RUN ENABLE RESET JOGGING 1** JOGGING 2** REMOTE CMD RAMP OUT 0 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Value Information Log. AND 10. = Logical combination (ie.03 0 No action.Parameters 149 No. 1 Start. 1 Stop along the currently active deceleration ramp. 1 Coast to stop. Note: Simultaneous stop and start OR commands result in a stop command. 1 Force output of Ramp Function Generator to zero. stop mode is selected by 11.

No action. – – – – 1 0 RAMP IN 0 1 0 EXT1 / 1 EXT2 0 REQ 1 STARTINH 0 LOCAL 1 CTL – – 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 0 FBLOCAL 1 REF 0 ABS POSIT 1 0 1 POS START 0 MODE POSITION. Not used. Switch to external control location EXT1. No start inhibit. - - . No fieldbus local control.150 Parameters No. Not used. Not used. – – OR – Par. Name/Value Bit Name (continued) 13 RAMP HOLD 14 15 16 17 Description Value Information Halt ramping (Ramp Function Generator output held). • Local fieldbus: Transfer to fieldbus local control (control via fieldbus Control Word or reference). No action. Not used. Fieldbus steals the control. Used when the drive is controlled via PC tool or panel or through local fieldbus. Not used FbEq Log. Not used. Not used. Not used. Not used. Activate start inhibit. Not used. Force Ramp Function Generator input to zero. Not used. Not used. Not used. Request fieldbus local control. Not used. • Panel or PC tool: Transfer to local control. Request local control for Control Word.1 ING ENA 0 1 PO REF LIM ENA 0 Not used CHG SET 1 IMMED 0 POS 1 START 0 1 START HOMING 0 Not used CW B28 CW B29 CW B30 CW B31 – – Freely programmable control bits. Not used. Request external control.

22. Start inhibit is active. Drive has not reached zero speed limit.07 SPEED WINDOW. (continued) . Actual speed exceeds the defined limit. External run enable signal is received. Start inhibit is inactive. Actual speed is within the defined limits. Value 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 FbEq 1=1 4 5 6 7 8 EM OFF (OFF2) EM STOP (OFF3) ACK STARTINH ALARM AT SETPOINT 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 9 10 11 12 13 LIMIT ABOVE LIMIT EXT2 ACT LOCAL FB ZERO SPEED 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 Information Drive is ready to receive start command.05 ZERO SPEED LIMIT. Drive speed is below limit set by par. Emergency stop OFF3 (ramp stop) is active. Emergency OFF2 is inactive. Drive is not modulating. modulating during magnetization). Drive is running and following given reference.07 ABOVE SPEED LIM. No external run enable signal is received.13 Name/Value FBA MAIN SW Bit 0 1 2 3 Name READY ENABLED RUNNING REF RUNNING Description Status Word for fieldbus communication. See chapter Fault tracing. Drive has not reached setpoint. the difference between the actual speed and the speed reference is within the speed window defined by 26. 22. Fieldbus local control is active. 02. An alarm is active. Drive is not following given reference (for example. No alarm is active. Fieldbus local control is inactive. Emergency stop OFF3 is inactive. Operation is limited by torque limit (any torque limit). Operation is within torque limits. Normal operation is disabled. Not used. Emergency OFF2 is active. Drive is modulating. Normal operation is enabled. Drive is not ready. Drive is at setpoint. Actual value equals reference value (ie.Parameters 151 No. Not used.

Not used. FBA MAIN REF1 FBA MAIN REF2 FEN DI STATUS Scaled fieldbus reference 1. Drive is running in forward direction. See chapter Fault tracing. all others are OFF.11 and the user manual of the fieldbus adapter.152 Parameters No. See parameters 50. Not used. ie.05 FBA REF2 MODESEL. Not used. Not used. FbEq 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 02. Not used. Not used. Not used. Status of digital inputs of FEN-xx encoder interfaces in drive option Slots 1 and 2. 000010 (02h) = DI2 of FEN-xx in Slot 1 is ON. Not used.15 02. Control word is not requested from fieldbus. Control word is requested from fieldbus. Examples: 000001 (01h) = DI1 of FEN-xx in Slot 1 is ON.04 FBA REF1 MODESEL. drive is controlled from PC tool or control panel. See parameter 50. Local control is active.14 02. No fault is active. 1=1 1=1 1=1 .08…50.16 0 FOLLOWING 1 ERROR 0 TGT 1 REACHED 0 HOMING 1 DONE 0 TRAV TASK 1 ACK 0 MOVING 1 0 IP MODE 1 ACTIVE 0 REG LEVEL 1 0 1 POSITIVE LIMIT 0 1 NEGATIVE LIMIT 0 1 REQUEST CTL 0 SW B28 SW B29 SW B30 SW B31 Fault is active. Local control is inactive. Not used. Not used. Not used. all others are OFF. Not used. Not used. 100000 (20h) = DI2 of FEN-xx in Slot 2 is ON. Name/Value Bit Name (continued) 14 REV ACT 15 16 17 Not used FAULT LOCAL PANEL Description Value Information 1 0 1 0 1 Drive is running in reverse direction. See parameter 50. all others are OFF. Not used. Not used. Not used. Not used. Not used. Scaled fieldbus reference 2. Programmable status bits (unless fixed by the used profile). all others are OFF. 010000 (10h) = DI1 of FEN-xx in Slot 2 is ON.

Speed control. torque control. 1=1 02. Reset.04 03. Run enable.06 03.. By default. Used speed reference in rpm (reference before the speed error calculation). Speed reference 2 in rpm.17 Name/Value D2D MAIN CW Description Drive-to-drive control word received through the drive-to-drive link. not connected in a follower drive. Drive-to-drive control word sent to the followers by default. Example: 0000001001 = DIO1 and DIO4 are on.14 15 Information Stop.18 below. Output of the acceleration compensation (torque in %). Drive-to-drive reference 1 received through the drive-to-drive link.03 SPEED REF2 SPEEDREF RAMP IN SPEEDREF RAMPED SPEEDREF USED SPEED ERROR FILT ACC COMP TORQ 03. 02. Filtered speed error value in rpm.80 D2D REF1 D2D REF2 EXT DIO STATUS 02. 0 = EXT1 active. Freely assignable through bit pointer parameters. Example: 010 = EXT RO2 is energized. EXT1/EXT2 selection. DIO2 and DIO3 are off.. and other values. 0 = EXT1 active. 1 = Not used. Start.07 . Status of the extended digital inputs/outputs EXT DIO1…DIO4.18 D2D FOLLOWER CW Bit 0 1 2. Used speed reference ramp input in rpm. the status of its digital input/output is indicated by this signal. By default. Drive-to-drive reference 2 received through the drive-to-drive link... 1 = Not used.19 02. Reserved.6 7 8 9. the status of its relay outputs is indicated by this signal. 1 = EXT RO is energized. Status of the extended relay outputs. Start. Note: If an FIO-01 extension is installed. Ramped and shaped speed reference in rpm.Parameters 153 No. not connected in a follower drive. Reserved.05 03. EXT1/EXT2 selection. 100 = 1 rpm 100 = 1 rpm 100 = 1 rpm 100 = 1 rpm 100 = 1 rpm 10 = 1 % 1=1 1=1 1=1 02. See also actual signal 02.02 03. not connected in a follower drive. Note: If an FIO-01 extension is installed.81 EXT RO STATUS 1=1 03 03 CONTROL VALUES 03. Run enable. By default. FbEq 1=1 Bit 0 1 2…6 7 8 9…14 15 Information Stop.20 02. Reserved. Reset.

this value is forced to 0. For brake on/off control. When 99. Torque value (in %) stored when the mechanical brake close command is issued.16 03. Torque reference in % for the torque control. 03.08 03. FbEq 10 = 1% 10 = 1% 03.14 03. Used/limited torque reference in percent. 0 = Close. Brake on/off command. See section Mechanical brake control on page 106. Used flux reference in percent. 1 = Open.15 BRAKE TORQ MEM BRAKE COMMAND FLUX REF USED TORQUE REF USED 10 = 1% 1=1 03.154 Parameters No.05 MOTOR CTRL MODE is set to Scalar.13 Name/Value TORQ REF SP CTRL TORQ REF TO TC Description Limited speed controller output torque in %.17 1 = 1% 10 = 1% . connect this signal to a relay output (or a digital output).

11) is not the current speed reference used by the lift.09) is the current speed reference used by the lift. 0 Slowdown command is active in the downward direction based on parameter 10.87 LOWER F LIM SWC) is inactive.80 SLOWDOWN SEL. 1 Slowdown command is inactive in the downward direction based on parameter 10. 1 Nominal speed (parameter 80.08) is the current speed reference used by the lift. Lift control status word. 0 Lower final limit switch command (parameter 10.12) is not the current speed reference used by the lift.12) is the current speed reference used by the lift.80 SLOWDOWN SEL.80 SLOWDOWN SEL. 05 Name/Value Description Signals for monitoring the lift control functions. 0 Slowdown command is active in the upward direction based on parameter 10. FbEq 05 LIFT CTRL SIGNALS 05. (continued) . 1 Lower final limit switch command (parameter 10.80 SLOWDOWN SEL. 1 Releveling speed (parameter 80. 0 Medium speed (parameter 80. 1 Leveling speed (parameter 80.09) is not the current speed reference used by the lift. 0 Upper final limit switch command (parameter 10. 0 Slowdown command is inactive both in the upward and downward direction based on parameter 10.80 SLOWDOWN SEL.08) is not the current speed reference used by the lift.80 SLOWDOWN SEL. 1 Speed1 (parameter 80. 1 Medium speed (parameter 80. 0 Speed1 (parameter 80. 0 Nominal speed (parameter 80. 0 Leveling speed (parameter 80.11) is the current speed reference used by the lift.86 UPPER F LIM SWC) is active.Parameters 155 No.01 LIFT SW Bit 0 1=1 Name SLOWDOWN ACTIVE 1 SLOWDOWN UP 2 SLOWDOWN DN 3 UPPER F LIM SWC 4 LOWER F LIM SWC 5 SPEED1 ACT 6 LEVELING ACT 7 RELEVELING ACT 8 MEDIUM SPD ACT 9 NOMINAL SPD ACT Value Information 1 Slowdown command is active either in the upward or downward direction based on parameter 10. 1 Upper final limit switch command (parameter 10.87 LOWER F LIM SWC) is active.01) is not the current speed reference used by the lift.86 UPPER F LIM SWC) is inactive.01) is the current speed reference used by the lift. 1 Slowdown command is inactive in the upward direction based on parameter 10. 0 Releveling speed (parameter 80.

16) is the current speed reference used by the lift.13) is the current speed reference used by the lift. Evacuation speed (parameter 80. Safe torque off function is inactive.156 Parameters No. Inspection speed (parameter 80. Brake is not slipping (No BRAKE SLIP alarm active). Speed2 (parameter 80.15) is not the current speed reference used by the lift. Evacuation speed (parameter 80. Ready to close the supply contactor.14) is the current speed reference used by the lift. Speed 2 (parameter 80. Speed3 (parameter 80.15) is the current speed reference used by the lift. Brake is slipping while the motor is not running.16) is not the current speed reference used by the lift. Speed3 (parameter 80. .13) is not the current speed reference used by the lift. Name/Value Bit Name (continued) 10 INSPECT SPD ACT Description Value Information 1 0 FbEq 11 12 BRAKE SLIP 1 ALARM 0 EVAC SPD 1 ACT 0 SPEED2 ACT 1 0 13 14 SPEED3 ACT 1 0 15 RDY CLS SPLYCONT 1 0 Inspection speed (parameter 80.14) is not the current speed reference used by the lift. Not ready to close the supply contactor. Safe torque off function is active.

Displays the actual lift speed in m/s. and the time delay defined with parameter 81.07 05.04 SPD STD DEV LVL in the steady state or defined with parameter 81. 13…15 Not used Displays the lift speed used based on the Speed reference selection function. This is the final speed reference used by the lift system in m/s. 2 BRAKE SLIP 1 The brake slipped while a torque proving sequence was taking place.02 INV OVERLOAD DLY has elapsed. Displays the torque corresponding to the actual load based on the feedback from the load sensor.02 Name/Value LIFT FW Bit 0 Description Lift fault status word with fault bits. 0 No MOTOR STALL fault active.04 LOAD ACT TORQ 100 = 1% 05. 10 OVERVOLTAGE 1 Excessive intermediate circuit DC voltage.05 SPD RMP DEV LVL in the ramp state. the actual speed is lower than the value of parameter 81. 0 Output current is within the internal limit. Displays the static friction compensation torque calculated by the Static friction compensation function. 100 = 1 m/s Name SPEED MATCH 05. 11 UNDERVOLTAGE 1 Intermediate circuit DC voltage is not sufficient. 0 No brake slip detected during torque proving (no BRAKE SLIP fault active). 0 No INV OVERLOAD fault active. 0 Torque proving successfully accomplished or torque proving disabled (no TORQUE PROVE fault active).05 ACC COMP TORQ 100 = 1% 05. 05. Calculated by the Actual load measurement function. 5…8 Not used 9 OVERCURRENT 1 Output current has exceeded the internal limit. Displays the dynamic friction compensation torque calculated by the Dynamic friction compensation function. 1 TORQUE PROVE 1 The drive was not able to provide sufficient torque during a torque proving sequence. This value is used by the lift system torque loop for torque compensation based on system inertia.08 STATIC FRIQ TORQ DYN FRIC TORQ LIFT SPEED ACT 100 = 1% 100 = 1% 100 = 1 m/s . FbEq 1=1 Value Information 1 The speed error is higher than defined with parameter 81.03 LIFT SPEED SEL 05. FAULT 0 No fault in the external device. Displays the inertia compensation torque calculated by the Inertia compensation function. 4 MOTOR STALL 1 The drive has hit the maximum or minimum stall torque limits. 3 INV OVERLOAD 1 The drive has hit the inverter overload limit bits and the period of time defined with parameter 81.10 STALL FAULT DLY has elapsed.06 05. 0 Intermediate circuit DC voltage is sufficient. 0 Intermediate circuit DC voltage is sufficient. and the time period defined with parameter 81.06 SPEED MATCH DLY has elapsed. 0 The speed error is within the defined limits (no SPEED MATCH fault active). 12 EXTERNAL 1 Fault in the external device.Parameters 157 No.09 STALL SPEED LIM.

Status word 1.. Start inhibit is active. See chapter Fault tracing. No fault. Displays the direction of the lighter load measured during automatic evacuation. A fault is active. An alarm is active. Emergency stop OFF3 is inactive. External control EXT1 is active. Drive status words. Emergency stop OFF3 (ramp stop) is active.09 05. No external run enable signal is received. A fault is active. Displays the distance between two floors. Fieldbus local control is active. Drive is not modulating.158 Parameters No. Drive is not ready. Local control is inactive. Drive has received start command.. ie. Displays the distance travelled by the lift during leveling.12 06 Name/Value LIFT SPEED REF LVLING DIST ACT FLOOR DISTANCE EVACUATION DIR Description Displays the ramped and shaped speed reference in m/s. Local control is active. Fieldbus local control is inactive. Start inhibit is inactive.11 05. 0 = Down. See chapter Fault tracing No alarm.01 STATUS WORD 1 Bit 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Name READY ENABLED STARTED RUNNING EM OFF (OFF2) EM STOP (OFF3) ACK STARTINH ALARM EXT2 ACT LOCAL FB FAULT LOCAL PANEL NOT FAULTED 1=1 12 Information Drive is ready to receive start command.15 Reserved . Not used. 05. External run enable signal is received. Drive is modulating. 1= Up. drive is controlled from PC tool or control panel. No fault.10 05. Value 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 FbEq 100 = 1 m/s 100 = 1 m 100 = 1 m 1=1 06 DRIVE STATUS 06. Drive has not received start command. Emergency OFF2 is active. See chapter Fault tracing. 13. Emergency OFF2 is inactive.

6 OFF1 1 Emergency stop OFF1 is active. Drive follows the given RUNNING reference. 3 MODULAT. HOLD 0 Normal operation. 0 Emergency stop OFF1 is inactive. 0 Drive stop command is inactive.07 STO DIAGNOSTIC. 2 READY 1 Ready to function: run enable signal on. 5 JOGGING* 1 Jogging function 1 or 2 is active. 0 Jogging function is inactive. Running. emergency stop RELAY signal off. no ID run inhibition. See parameter 46. 1 The drive data logger is on and has not been triggered. NOMASK 0 No start inhibit (non-maskable) 9 CHRG REL 1 Charging relay is closed. ING 0 No modulation: IGBTs are not controlled. 11 Not used 12 RAMP IN 0 1 Ramp Function Generator input is forced to zero.02 Name/Value STATUS WORD 2 Bit 0 Description Status word 2.Parameters 159 No. MASK 0 No start inhibit (maskable) 8 START INH 1 Non-maskable start inhibit is active. 4 REF 1 Normal operation is enabled. 14 RAMP OUT 1 Ramp Function Generator output is forced to zero. 0 Not ready to function. 0 Drive start command is inactive. ie. 0 Normal operation. FbEq 1=1 Name Value Information START ACT 1 Drive start command is active.12 START INHIBIT) start inhibit is active. 15 DATA LOGGER 0 The drive data logger is off. . 1 STOP ACT 1 Drive stop command is active. 13 RAMP 1 Ramp Function Generator output is held. 10 STO ACT 1 Safe torque off function is active. 0 Normal operation is disabled. 0 0 Normal operation. * Internally used for evacuation and inspection mode operation. Drive is not following the given reference (eg. the drive is RUNNING. 0 Safe torque off function is inactive. CLOSED 0 Charging relay is open. or its post-trigger time has not yet ON elapsed. no fault. See the DriveStudio user manual. in magnetisation phase drive is modulating).1 Modulating: IGBTs are controlled. 7 START INH 1 Maskable (by par 10. 06.

. Not used.15 Value Information 1 Drive torque is being limited by the motor control (undervoltage control. Not used.10 MIN TORQ SP CTRL.05 LIMIT WORD 1 Bit 0 Name TORQ LIM Limit word 1. The limit is TLIM MIN defined by parameter 28. The difference between the actual speed and the unramped speed reference is within the speed window (26. Not used.15 Name SPEED ACT NEG ZERO SPEED ABOVE LIMIT AT SETPOINT BAL ACTIVE PI TUNE ACTIVE PI TUNE REQ PI TUNE DONE Reserved Description Speed control status word.11 MAX TORQ SP CTRL. FbEq 1=1 Value Information 1 Actual speed is negative. Not used. Not used. Actual speed has exceeded the supervision limit (22. MAX TORQ REF 1 Not used. SPD CTL 1 Speed controller output maximum torque limit is active.07 ABOVE SPEED LIM). overvoltage control.07 MINIMUM TORQUE. 1=1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7. 06.03 Name/Value SPEED CTRL STAT Bit 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8. MIN TLIM MAX 1 Torque reference maximum value is limited by the rush control. TLIM MIN 1 Torque reference minimum value is limited by the rush control. SPEED because of minimum speed limit 20.02 MINIMUM SPEED. SPD CTL 1 Speed controller output minimum torque limit is active.. SPEED because of maximum speed limit 20.. 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 Actual speed has reached the zero speed limit (22. TORQ REF 1 Not used.160 Parameters No.05 ZERO SPEED LIMIT). current control. The limit is TLIM MAX defined by parameter 28.. 06. or by parameter 20. Reserved . Speed controller output balancing is active while the Torque limiter while stopping function is enabled.07 SPEED WINDOW).01 MAXIMUM SPEED. load angle control or pull-out control). Not used.06 MAXIMUM TORQUE or 20.

yy (=day. * Torque reference minimum limit is active. the motor cannot produce more torque. ie. 08 ALARMS & FAULTS Signals containing alarm and fault information.mm.Parameters 161 No. ** 11. Fault code of the 2nd latest fault.03 08. The limit is defined CURRENT by parameter 20.seconds).05 MAXIMUM CURRENT. The bit typically indicates the limit that is exceeded first.. * Torque reference maximum limit is active. * 1 1 1 1 1 1 Intermediate circuit DC overvoltage. Bit 4 = 0: Input current is limited by main circuit thermal limit. 06. ** Only one of bits 9…11 can be on simultaneously. Time (real time or power-on time) at which the active fault occurred in format dd. 1 Supervision function 3 is active (below low limit or over high limit).minutes. 1=1 1=1 1=1 1=1 . 1=1 Bit 0 1 2 3. For permanent magnet motor only: Load angle limit is active..07 Name/Value Description FbEq 1=1 TORQ LIM STATUS Torque controller limitation status word Bit 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Name UNDERVOLTAGE OVERVOLTAGE MINIMUM TORQUE MAXIMUM TORQUE INTERNAL CURRENT LOAD ANGLE MOTOR PULLOUT Reserved THERMAL Value Information 1 Intermediate circuit DC undervoltage.02 08. The limit is identified by bits 8…11. The bit typically indicates the limit that is exceeded first. Inverter output current limit is active. The limit is defined by parameter 20. the motor cannot produce more torque.15 08 Name SUPERV FUNC1 STA SUPERV FUNC2 STA SUPERV FUNC3 STA Reserved Value Information 1 Supervision function 1 is active (below low limit or over high limit).ss (hours. See also parameter group 33 SUPERVISION.07 MINIMUM TORQUE. For asynchronous motor only: Motor pull-out limit is active. 08.month.01 08. Time (real time or power-on time) at which the active fault occurred in format hh. ie. Bit 4 = 1: Output current is limited by main circuit thermal limit... The limit is defined by parameter 20.04 ACTIVE FAULT LAST FAULT FAULT TIME HI FAULT TIME LO Fault code of the latest (active) fault. 06.year).mm.14 SUPERV STATUS Supervision status word. 1 Supervision function 2 is active (below low limit or over high limit).06 MAXIMUM TORQUE. * An inverter current limit is active. ** 1 I2MAX 1 CURRENT 10 USER 1 Maximum inverter output current limit is active.15 Reserved * Only one of bits 0…3 can be on simultaneously.

see chapter Fault tracing.162 Parameters No. 08.06 Alarm BRAKE START TORQ BRAKE NOT CLOSED BRAKE NOT OPEN SAFE TORQUE OFF STO MODE CHANGE MOTOR TEMP EMERGENCY OFF RUN ENABLE ID-RUN EMERGENCY STOP POSITION SCALING BR OVERHEAT BC OVERHEAT DEVICE OVERTEMP INTBOARD OVERTEM BC MOD OVERTEMP Alarm word 2. For possible causes and remedies. For possible causes and remedies. FbEq 1=1 Bit 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 08.05 Name/Value ALARM WORD 1 Description Alarm word 1. 1=1 ALARM WORD 2 Bit 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Alarm IGBT OVERTEMP FIELDBUS COMM LOCAL CTRL LOSS AI SUPERVISION Reserved NO MOTOR DATA ENCODER 1 FAIL ENCODER 2 FAIL LATCH POS 1 FAIL LATCH POS 2 FAIL ENC EMUL FAILURE FEN TEMP FAILURE ENC MAX FREQ ENC REF ERROR RESOLVER ERROR ENCODER 1 CABLE . see chapter Fault tracing.

see chapter Fault tracing. For possible causes and remedies. FbEq 1=1 Bit 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11…14 15 08.07 Name/Value ALARM WORD 3 Description Alarm word 3. 1=1 ALARM WORD 4 Bit 0 1…8 9 10 11…15 08.Parameters 163 No.09 Alarm OPTION COMM LOSS Reserved DC NOT CHARGED SPEED TUNE FAIL Reserved Alarm word 5. 1=1 ALARM WORD 6 Bit 0…1 2 3…15 Alarm Reserved LOW VOLT MOD CON Reserved . 08. 1=1 ALARM WORD 5 Bit 0…15 08. For possible causes and remedies.10 Alarm Reserved Alarm word 6. see chapter Fault tracing. For possible causes and remedies. see chapter Fault tracing. see chapter Fault tracing. For possible causes and remedies.08 Alarm ENCODER 2 CABLE D2D COMM D2D BUFF OVLOAD PS COMM RESTORE CUR MEAS CALIB AUTOPHASING EARTH FAULT Reserved MOTOR NOM VALUE D2D CONFIG Reserved SPEED FEEDBACK Alarm word 4.

(7) FIO-11. (28) ACSM1-xxCx-060A-4. (18) FFOA-02. (10) ACSM1-xxAx-031A-4. (9) FPBA-02.20 OPTION SLOT 1. (2) ACSM1-xxAx-03A0-4. (3) ACSM1-xxAx-04A0-4.05 09. (23) ACSM1-xxAx-210A-4. (16) FMBA-01. (19) FSEN-01. (11) FDNA-01. 0x1510. (17) FFOA-01. Displays the version of the logic in the power unit interface.22 OPTION SLOT 2 OPTION SLOT 3 1=1 1=1 . (25) ACSM1-xxCx-031A-4. Eg. (13) ACSM1-xxAx-060A-4.164 Parameters No. (30) ACSM1-xxCx-090A-4 Displays the firmware name. program revision and option slot occupation information. 09 Name/Value Description Drive type. (21) ACSM1-xxAx-135A-4. (2) UNKNOWN.02 DRIVE TYPE DRIVE RATING ID 1=1 1=1 09. (27) ACSM1-xxCx-046A-4. (11) ACSM1-xxAx-040A-4. (4) ACSM1-xxAx-05A0-4. (20) FEN-31. (22) FSCA-01. eg.01 09. (26) ACSM1-xxCx-040A-4. (12) ACSM1-xxAx-046A-4. (9) ACSM1-xxAx-024A-4. (6) ACSM1-xxAx-09A5-4. (1) NO COMM. Displays the drive application type. See 09. (8) FPBA-01. Displays the type of the optional module in option Slot 1. See 09. UMFI. (15) FRSA-00. (15) ACSM1-xxAx-090A-4. (5) ACSM1-xxAx-07A0-4. Displays the version of the firmware package in the drive. (7) ACSM1-xxAx-012A-4. Displays the version of the firmware patch in the drive.10 09. (23) FSEA-21 Displays the type of the optional module in option Slot 2.20 FIRMWARE ID FIRMWARE VER FIRMWARE PATCH INT LOGIC VER OPTION SLOT 1 1=1 1=1 1=1 1=1 1=1 09. (24) ACSM1-xxCx-024A-4. Displays the type of the optional module in option Slot 3. (22) ACSM1-xxAx-175A-4.04 09. (29) ACSM1-xxCx-073A-4. (4) FEN-11. (5) FEN-21. (20) ACSM1-xxAx-110A-4. (14) FLON-01. (8) ACSM1-xxAx-016A-4. (6) FIO-01. (0) NO OPTION. Displays the inverter type of the drive. (21) FIO-21. (13) FENA-02.20 OPTION SLOT 1. (14) ACSM1-xxAx-073A-4. (0) UNCONFIGURED. (10) FCAN-01.21 09. (3) FEN-01. (1) ACSM1-xxAx-02A5-4.03 09. FbEq 09 SYSTEM INFO 09. (12) FENA-01.

Par.03 EXT1 START IN2 is the reverse start signal.03 0 0 1 1 Command Stop Start forward Start reverse Stop 3 4 5 IN1S IN2DIR The source selected by 10.02 EXT1 START IN1 and 10. 10.01 EXT1 START FUNC selections In1 and 3-wire. the source selected by 10. 10.02 EXT1 START IN1. Selects the source 1 for the start and stop commands in external control location EXT1. 10. Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.03 EXT1 START IN2 is the direction signal (0 = forward. No source selected. Start and stop control from another drive via D2D Control Word. See parameter 10. Source of the start and stop commands is selected by parameter 10.02 0 -> 1 Any Any Par.13 FB CW USED. 10.01 EXT1 START FUNC Not sel In1 Source of the start and stop commands is selected by parameters 10.02 EXT1 START IN1 is the forward start signal. The start/stop is controlled as follows: Par. the source selected by 10.03 1 1 -> 0 0 Command Start Stop Stop FBA D2D IN1 F IN2R Start and stop control from the source selected by parameter 10. 10 Name/Value Description Start/stop/direction. 1 = start). The start/stop is controlled as follows: Par. slowdown and end limits source selections.02 0 -> 1 1 -> 0 3-wire Command Start Stop 2 0 1 FbEq 10 START/STOP 10.02 EXT1 START IN1 . 10.02 0 1 0 1 Par.03 EXT1 START IN2.02 EXT1 START IN1 is the start signal (0 = stop. The source selected by 10. Selects the source for the start and stop control in external control location EXT1. 1 = reverse). Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is running.) 6 10.Parameters 165 Parameter groups 10…99 No. Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is running.

12 FBA MAIN CW.13 FB CW USED 10. • run enable signal activates while the start command is active.07 10. 1 and 2 can be used to monitor the status of the slowdown command.03 Name/Value EXT1 START IN2 Description Selects the source 2 for the start and stop commands in external control location EXT1. 0 0 1 Disabled Enabled 10. Internally used. Start inhibit function disabled. 10.) FAULT RESET SEL Internally used.17 D2D MAIN CW.166 Parameters No.16 JOG2 START JOG ENABLE D2D CW USED 10.88 LIFT RUN ENABLE. Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is running. Internally used.11 JOG1 START RUNENABLE EM STOP OFF3 EM STOP OFF1 Internally used.01 EXT1 START FUNC). Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145. Selects the mode of the Slowdown function. See section Emergency stop on page 134.) Internally used. For more information.01 LIFT SW bits 0. 0 = OFF1 active: The drive is stopped with the active deceleration time. Cannot be set by the user. Selects the source for the control word when fieldbus (FBA) is selected as the external start and stop control location (see parameter 10. Selects the source for the control word for drive-to-drive communication. Cannot be set by the user.10 10. By default. the source is parameter 02. When the slowdown command is active. the drive limits the speed reference to the value defined with parameter 10.) Internally used. protects against unexpected start) if • drive trips on a fault and fault is reset. See parameter 10. Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145. An active start inhibit can be reset with a stop command.17 10. Cannot be set by the user.08 10. Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145. Cannot be set by the user. 10. The start inhibit function prevents drive restart (ie. Internally used. Cannot be set by the user. the source is parameter 02.09 10.14 10. Cannot be set by the user. Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145. Signal 05. Selects the source for the emergency stop OFF1.80 START ENABLE SLOWDOWN SEL NOT SEL . Slowdown function not selected.15 10.) FbEq 10.01 EXT1 START FUNC selection 3-wire. By default. Start inhibit function enabled. Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is running.12 START INHIBIT Enables the start inhibit function.85 SLOWDOWN SPEED. Cannot be set by the user. • control changes from local to remote. see section Slowdown on page 116. Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is running. See parameter 10.

81 SLOWDOWN 1 is used for issuing a slowdown command in the upward direction and parameter 10. see section Final limit switches on page 118. When the slowdown command is active.00 m/s 10. The polarity of the speed reference limit is determined based on the motor direction.11 EM STOP TIME. For more information.00…25.85 SLOWDOWN SPEED. Slowdown speed reference. 0 = Upper final limit switch command is active. 0 = Slowdown command active.85 SLOWDOWN SPEED. Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145. the drive limits the speed reference to the value defined with parameter 10. When the command is active. Parameter 10. 100 = 1 m/s 0. and the drive stops within the time defined with parameter 25.) . Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145. 0 = Slowdown command active. The command is considered a normally closed logic according to the selection in the pointer value.) 10. This is an absolute value. Slowdown function using the multiple-bit slowdown mode selected.01 LIFT SW bit 3 can be used to monitor the status of the command.85 SLOWDOWN SPEED Defines the speed reference to be used when the slowdown command is active.81 SLOWDOWN IN1 10.82 SLOWDOWN 2 for issuing a slowdown command in the downward direction.) FbEq 1 MULTIPLE BIT 2 10. 1 = Upper final limit switch command is inactive.Parameters 167 No. Selects the source for the slowdown command when the single-bit slowdown mode is selected. Name/Value SINGLE BIT Description Slowdown function using the single-bit slowdown mode selected. When the slowdown command is active. an emergency stop in the upward direction is issued. 1 = Slowdown command inactive. Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.86 UPPER F LIM SWC Selects the source for the upper final limit switch command.82 SLOWDOWN IN2 Selects the source for the slowdown command in the downward direction when the multiple-bit slowdown mode is selected. 1 = Slowdown command inactive. Parameter 10. the drive limits the speed reference to the value defined with parameter 10. Signal 05. This parameter also activates a slowdown command in the upward direction when the multiple-bit slowdown mode is selected.81 SLOWDOWN 1 is used for issuing a slowdown command both in the upward and downward direction.

0 = Evacuation mode is disabled. Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145. The command is considered a normally closed logic according to the selection in the pointer value. 10.93 INSPECTION UP and 10.168 Parameters No. Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145. When the Run enable signal is switched off. and the drive stops within the time defined with parameter 25.) FbEq 10. Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is running.89 EVACUATION MODE Selects the source for enabling/disabling the evacuation mode. or if the drive is running. 1 = Evacuation mode is enabled. an emergency stop in the downward direction is issued. Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145. The evacuation mode is used for a lift car rescue operation in case the power supply fails. it will stop.) .87 Name/Value LOWER F LIM SWC Description Selects the source for the lower final limit switch command. 1 = Lift has reached the floor position.) 10. see section Inspection mode on page 96. 0 = Manual evacuation is enabled.01 LIFT SW bit 4 can be used to monitor the status of the command. Enabling the inspection mode also enables parameters 10. When automatic evacuation is enabled.) 10.) 10. 1 = Automatic evacuation is enabled. 0 = Inspection mode is disabled.92 INSPECTION MODE Selects the source for enabling/disabling the inspection mode. 1 = Lower final limit switch command is inactive.) 10. 1 = Inspection mode is enabled.94 INSPECTION DOWN. 0 = Lower final limit switch command is active. the drive will not start. For more information. Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145. Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.88 LIFT RUN ENABLE Selects the source for the Run enable signal.90 EVACUATION AUTO Selects the source for enabling manual or automatic evacuation when the evacuation mode is enabled. Signal 05. For more information. see section Final limit switches on page 118. 1 = Run enable. the drive measures the direction of the lighter load and selects the evacuation direction accordingly. Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145. For more information. When the command is active.11 EM STOP TIME.91 FLOOR LIM SWITCH Selects the source from which the Lift control program reads the floor limit switch signal. This signal is activated when the lift reaches any of the floors and when any of the floor limit switches is hit. 0 = Lift is not in the floor position. see section Rescue operation on page 140.

Speed selection bit 1 is enabled. Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145. 0 = Lift is not moving in the upward direction. 0 = Lift is not moving in the downward direction. Start command is active in the downward direction. Start command is inactive in the upward direction. Inspection mode is enabled in the downward direction. Slowdown command is active in the downward direction in the multiple-bit slowdown mode.) FbEq 10. Value 1 0 START DOWN 1 0 INSPECT 1 START UP 0 INSPECT 1 START DN 0 SPEED REF 1 SEL1 0 SPEED REF 1 SEL2 0 SPEED REF 1 SEL3 0 RUN ENABLE 1 0 SLOWDOWN 1 IN1 0 SLOWDOWN 1 IN2 0 Information Start command is active in the upward direction.92 INSPECTION MODE.94 INSPECTION DOWN Selects the source for starting the lift in the downward direction when the inspection mode is enabled with parameter 10. Speed selection bit 2 is disabled. Slowdown command is active.) 10. 10 FAULT RESET 1 0 11…15 Not used 0x000…0xFFFF 1=1 . Speed selection bit 3 is enabled.92 INSPECTION MODE. Inspection mode is enabled in the upward direction. 10. Run enable signal is active. Speed selection bit 2 is enabled. 1 = Lift is started in the downward direction.93 Name/Value INSPECTION UP Description Selects the source for starting the lift in the upward direction when the inspection mode is enabled with parameter 10.95 LIFT CW Bit 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Name START UP Lift control word for fieldbus control. Speed selection bit 3 is disabled. Inspection mode is disabled in the downward direction. Fault reset signal is inactive.Parameters 169 No. Start command is inactive in the downward direction. 1 = Lift is started in the upward direction. Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145. Fault reset signal is active. Slowdown command is inactive. Speed selection bit 1 is disabled. Run enable signal is inactive. Slowdown command is inactive in the downward direction in the multiple-bit slowdown mode. Inspection mode is disabled in the upward direction.

use the rule-of-thumb value given in the table below: Motor rated power < 1 kW 1 to 10 kW 10 to 200 kW 200 to 1000 kW Constant magnetising time > 50 to 100 ms > 100 to 200 ms > 200 to 1000 ms > 1000 to 2000 ms 0 Fast Const time 1 Automatic 2 11. 1 = 1 ms . See parameter 11. being typically 200 ms to 2 s depending on the motor size. 0…10000 ms DC magnetising time. The drive pre-magnetises the motor before the start. automatic start must be used.01 START MODE Selects the motor start function. settings. • Starting to a rotating machine is not possible when DC magnetising is selected (Fast or Const time). The pre-magnetising time is defined by parameter 11. ensure that the constant magnetising time is long enough to allow generation of full magnetisation and torque.01 START MODE.02 DC MAGN TIME. Notes: • This parameter has no effect if 99. DC magnetising should be selected if a high break-away torque is required. This selection also guarantees the highest possible break-away torque when the premagnetising time is set long enough.170 Parameters No. After the start command. The pre-magnetising time is determined automatically. WARNING! The drive will start after the set magnetising time has passed. magnetization etc. In applications where a full break-away torque is essential. To ensure full magnetising. It includes the flying start function (starting to a rotating machine) and the automatic restart function (the stopped motor can be restarted immediately without waiting the motor flux to die away).05 MOTOR CTRL MODE is set to Scalar. 11. Defines the constant DC magnetising time. The drive motor control program identifies the flux as well as the mechanical state of the motor and starts the motor instantly under all conditions. Constant DC magnetising should be selected instead of FAST DC magnetising if constant pre-magnetising time is required (eg. • With permanent magnet motors. stop. even if motor magnetisation is not completed. • This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is running. If not known. Automatic start guarantees optimal motor start in most cases. the drive automatically premagnetises the motor the set time. if the motor start must be simultaneous with a mechanical brake release).02 DC MAGN TIME Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is running. 11 Name/Value Description FbEq 11 START/STOP MODE Start. set this value to the same value as or higher than the rotor time constant.

normal drive operation continues. Stop along ramp. • The DC hold function can only be activated in the speed control mode.06 DC HOLD.03 Name/Value STOP MODE Coast Description Selects the motor stop function. See parameter group 25 SPEED REF RAMP. Enables the DC hold function. • Injecting DC current into the motor causes the motor to heat up. DC hold current. DC hold speed. Disabled Enabled DC hold function disabled.06 DC HOLD. See parameter 11. externally ventilated motors should be used. If the DC hold period is long.06 DC HOLD 2 10 = 1 rpm 1 = 1% Reference 11. The motor coasts to a stop. Defines the DC hold speed. The function makes it possible to lock the rotor at zero speed. When the reference speed exceeds parameter 11. When both the reference and the speed drop below the value of parameter 11.04 DC HOLD SPEED. 0 1 .Parameters 171 No.04 DC HOLD SPEED t t Notes: • The DC hold function has no effect if the start signal is switched off.0 rpm DC HOLD CUR REF 0…100% 11. See parameter 11. For more information on the Mechanical brake control function.04 DC HOLD SPEED. ensure it is safe to stop the drive by coasting.05 MOTOR CTRL MODE is set to Scalar.0…1000. 11. the DC hold cannot prevent the motor shaft from rotating if a constant load is applied to the motor.05 DC HOLD CUR REF. • The DC hold function cannot be activated if parameter 99. the drive will stop generating sinusoidal current and start to inject DC into the motor. DC hold function enabled. see parameter group 35 MECH BRAKE CTRL.05 DC HOLD SPEED 0. Stop by cutting of the motor power supply. In applications where long DC hold times are required. Motor speed DC hold FbEq 1 Ramp 11.04 11. WARNING! If the mechanical brake is used. The current is set by parameter 11. Defines the DC hold current in percent of the motor nominal current.

02 DIO2 CONF Output Input Freq input 0 1 2 12. Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.) FbEq 0 Standstill 1 Standstill 2 1 2 12 12 DIGITAL IO 12.03 DIO3 CONF is set to Freq output).) Defines the maximum value for frequency output (when 12. See also section Autophasing on page 132. 1 = 1 Hz 12.03 DIO3 CONF is set to Output). Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145. this mode is considerably slower than standstill 1. Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145. DIO2 is used as a digital output. DIO2 is used as a digital input. Maximum DIO3 output frequency.) 12. and is recommended. Selects a drive signal to be connected to digital output DIO1 (when 12. as a digital output or as a frequency input. Selects whether DIO3 is used as a digital input.03 DIO3 CONF is set to Freq output).06 DIO3 OUT PTR Selects a drive signal to be connected to digital output DIO3 (when 12. DIO2 is used as a digital output. This mode can be used.01 DIO1 CONF Output Input 0 1 12. DIO1 is used as a digital input. Selects whether DIO1 is used as a digital input or as a digital output. However. 11.03 DIO3 CONF Output Input Freq output 0 1 2 12. DIO2 is used as a frequency output. and the relay output.04 DIO1 OUT PTR 12. Selects whether DIO2 is used as a digital input.) 12. An alternative standstill autophasing mode that can be used if the turning mode cannot be used. if it is allowed for the motor to rotate and the start-up is not time-critical. but not as accurate. Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145. DIO2 is used as a digital input.02 DIO2 CONF is set to Output).07 DIO3 F OUT PTR Selects a drive signal to be connected to frequency output (when 12. This mode gives the most accurate autophasing result. as a digital output or as a frequency output.08 DIO3 F MAX 3…32768 Hz . Faster than the turning mode. Note: This mode will cause the motor to rotate during the ID run. DIO2 is used as a frequency input.05 DIO2 OUT PTR Selects a drive signal to be connected to digital output DIO2 (when 12. DIO1 is used as a digital output.07 Name/Value AUTOPHASING MODE Turning Description Selects the way the autophasing routine is performed.01 DIO1 CONF is set to Output).172 Parameters No. and the standstill 1 mode gives erratic results. The motor will not rotate. Settings for the digital inputs and outputs.

Parameters 173 No.09 12. 12.10 0…32768 12.11 DIO3 (Hz) DIO3 (real) 12.09 Name/Value DIO3 F MIN 3…32768 Hz Description Defines the minimum value for frequency output (when 12.10 DIO3 F MAX SCALE 12. DI status inversion mask. Defines the real value that corresponds to the maximum frequency output value defined by parameter 12.13 DI INVERT MASK Inverts status of digital inputs as reported by 02. a value of 0b000100 inverts the status of DI3 in the signal. DIO3 F MIN SCALE Defines the real value that corresponds to the minimum frequency output value defined by parameter 12. 1 = 1 Hz 1 = 1 Hz 1=1 0b000000… 0b111111 12. Defines the minimum value for frequency input (when 12. Minimum DIO2 input frequency.09 DIO3 F MIN.09.10 DIO3 F MAX SCALE.01 DI STATUS.03 DIO3 CONF is set to Freq output).14 DIO2 F MAX 3…32768 Hz 12. 0…32768 Real value corresponding to the value of parameter 12.02 DIO2 CONF is set to Freq input).11 DIO3 (real) 12.) 1=1 RO1 OUT PTR 12.11 1=1 Real value corresponding to the value of parameter 12. Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.08 DIO3 F MAX. Selects a drive signal to be connected to relay output RO1.09 12.02 DIO2 CONF is set to Freq input). See parameter 12.10 12.12 12. Defines the maximum value for frequency input (when 12. For example.08.08 FbEq 1 = 1 Hz 12. Maximum DIO2 input frequency.08 12.15 DIO2 F MIN 3…32768 Hz . Minimum DIO3 output frequency. DIO3 (Hz) 12.

17 12.14 12.04. Extension DIO3 is used as a digital output.14 FbEq 12.16 -32768…32768 12.174 Parameters No. No extension installed into Slot 2.14 DIO2 F MAX.15 12. DIO2 (Hz) 12. DIO2 F MIN SCALE Defines the real value that corresponds to the minimum frequency input value defined by parameter 12. Extension DIO2 is used as a digital output. Selects whether extension DIO3 is used as a digital input or as a digital output in a FIO-01 digital I/O extension module.15 12. Extension DIO4 is used as a digital input. Activates an I/O extension installed into Slot 2.84 EXT IO DIO4 CONF Input Output . -32768…32768 Real value corresponding to the value of parameter 12. 12. Selects whether extension DIO4 is used as a digital input or as a digital output in a FIO-01 digital I/O extension module.81 EXT IO DIO1 CONF Input Output 12. See parameter 12. Extension DIO2 is used as a digital input. Extension DIO3 is used as a digital input.17 DIO2 (Hz) 12. 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1=1 EXT IO SEL None FIO-01 12.82 EXT IO DIO2 CONF Input Output 12.17 DIO2 (real) 1=1 Real value corresponding to the value of parameter 12. Selects whether extension DIO2 is used as a digital input or as a digital output in a FIO-01 digital I/O extension module.80 12.15.16 DIO2 (real) 12.16 Name/Value DIO2 F MAX SCALE Description Defines the real value that corresponds to the maximum frequency input value defined by parameter 12.83 EXT IO DIO3 CONF Input Output 12. Extension DIO1 is used as a digital output. FIO-01 extension installed into Slot 2. Extension DIO4 is used as a digital output.15 DIO2 F MIN.16 DIO2 F MAX SCALE. Extension DIO1 is used as a digital input. Selects whether extension DIO1 is used as a digital input or as a digital output in a FIO-01 digital I/O extension module.

Parameters 175 No.) 12. Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.81 EXT IO DIO1 CONF is set to Output).87 EXT DIO3 OUT PTR Selects a drive signal to be connected to extended digital output EXT DIO3 (when 12.) FbEq 12. Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145. Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145. Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.) .88 EXT DIO4 OUT PTR Selects a drive signal to be connected to extended digital output EXT DIO4 (when 12.89 EXT RO1 OUT PTR Selects a drive signal to be connected to extended relay output EXT RO1.82 EXT IO DIO2 CONF is set to Output).83 EXT IO DIO3 CONF is set to Output). 12. Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.) 12.) 12.) 12.86 EXT DIO2 OUT PTR Selects a drive signal to be connected to extended digital output EXT DIO2 (when 12.85 Name/Value EXT DIO1 OUT PTR Description Selects a drive signal to be connected to extended digital output EXT DIO1 (when 12. Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.90 EXT RO2 OUT PTR Selects a drive signal to be connected to extended relay output EXT RO2.84 EXT IO DIO4 CONF is set to Output).

The type is selected with jumper J1 on the JCU Control Unit.000 V / -22. 1000 = 1 V / mA . Defines the maximum value for analogue input AI1.000 mA 13. Maximum AI1 input value. This cannot be changed by any parameter.e-t/T) I = filter input (step) O = filter output t = time T = filter time constant t Note: The signal is also filtered due to the signal interface hardware (approximately 0. Defines the filter time constant for analogue input AI1.000…22.000…22.000…11.000 s 13.02 AI1 MAX -11.000…30.03 AI1 MIN -11.000 V / -22.176 Parameters No. % 100 63 Filtered signal Unfiltered signal FbEq 13 ANALOGUE INPUTS 13.000 mA Filter time constant for AI1. Minimum AI1 input value. The type is selected with jumper J1 on the JCU Control Unit.25 ms time constant).01 AI1 FILT TIME T O = I × (1 . 1000 = 1 V / mA 1000 = 1 s Defines the minimum value for analogue input AI1. 0. 13 Name/Value Description Settings for the analogue inputs.000…11.

000…11.05 -32768. See parameter 13.000 13.000 …32768.000…11. Real value corresponding to the value of parameter 13. Defines the real value that corresponds to the minimum analogue input value defined by parameter 13.000…30.07 AI2 MAX -11. Defines the maximum value for analogue input AI2.000…22.000 V / -22.000 s 13. 1000 = 1 V / mA .05 AI1 MIN SCALE Real value corresponding to the value of parameter 13.03 AI1 MIN.000 13.04 Name/Value AI1 MAX SCALE Description Defines the real value that corresponds to the maximum analogue input value defined by parameter 13.06 AI2 FILT TIME 0.08 AI2 MIN -11.000 V / -22.02. The type is selected with jumper J2 on the JCU Control Unit. The type is selected with jumper J2 on the JCU Control Unit. Filter time constant for AI2. Maximum AI2 input value.01 AI1 FILT TIME. 13.Parameters 177 No. Minimum AI2 input value.000 …32768.000 mA 13.02 AI (mA / V) 13.04 13. See parameter 13.03. AI (scaled) FbEq 13.000 mA 1000 = 1 1000 = 1 s 1000 = 1 V / mA Defines the minimum value for analogue input AI2. Defines the filter time constant for analogue input AI2.02 AI1 MAX.04 AI1 MAX SCALE.03 13.000…22. 1000 = 1 -32768.

1000 = 1 -32768.07 AI2 MAX. parameter 13. Real value corresponding to the value of parameter 13.07 AI (mA / V) 13.000 13. The drive trips on fault AI SUPERVISION. Current analogue input AI1 signal value is set as minimum value for AI1.13 AI SUPERVIS ACT. Selects how the drive reacts when analogue input signal limit is reached. parameter 13. Current analogue input AI2 signal value is set as maximum value for AI2.09 Name/Value AI2 MAX SCALE Description Defines the real value that corresponds to the maximum analogue input value defined by parameter 13.08.000 13.03 AI1 MIN. Connect the signal to the input and select the appropriate tuning function.11 AITUNE 1000 = 1 No action AI1 min tune 0 1 AI2 max tune 2 AI2 min tune 3 AI2 max tune 4 13.178 Parameters No. AI (scaled) FbEq 13. No action taken.09 AI2 MAX SCALE. Current analogue input AI1 signal value is set as maximum value for AI1.10 -32768.08 AI2 MIN.07 AI2 MAX. The value reverts back to No action automatically.09 13. Defines the real value that corresponds to the minimum analogue input value defined by parameter 13. 13. The value reverts back to No action automatically. Current analogue input AI2 signal value is set as minimum value for AI2. See parameter 13.08 13. AI tune is not activated. parameter 13. parameter 13.07. The limit is selected by parameter 13.08 AI2 MIN. The value reverts back to No action automatically. Triggers the AI tuning function.000 …32768.12 AI SUPERVISION No Fault 0 1 .02 AI1 MAX.000 …32768. The value reverts back to No action automatically.10 AI2 MIN SCALE Real value corresponding to the value of parameter 13.

5 mA or V AI2 signal value falls below the value defined by equation: par.02 AI1 MAX + 0. Selects the analogue input signal supervision limit. 13.5 mA or V AI1 signal value exceeds the value defined by equation: par. The speed is determined by the average speed over the previous 10 seconds. 13.0. 0b0000…0b1111 AI1/AI2 signal supervision selection. FbEq 2 Last speed 3 13. 1=1 .08 AI2 MIN . 13. The drive generates alarm AI SUPERVISION and freezes the speed to the level the drive was operating at.07 AI2 MAX + 0.0.5 mA or V Example: If the parameter value is set to 0010 (bin).13 AI SUPERVIS ACT Bit 0 1 2 3 AI1<min AI1>max AI2<min AI2>min Supervision selected by parameter 13.02 SPEED REF SAFE.5 mA or V AI1 signal value exceeds the value defined by equation: par.12 AI SUPERVISION is activated if AI1 signal value falls below the value defined by equation: par. 13.03 AI1 MIN . WARNING! Make sure that it is safe to continue operation in case of a communication break. Name/Value Spd ref safe Description The drive generates alarm AI SUPERVISION and sets the speed to the speed defined by parameter 46. bit 1 AI1>max is selected.Parameters 179 No. WARNING! Make sure that it is safe to continue operation in case of a communication break.

04 AO1 MAX 0.02 AO1 FILT TIME T O = I × (1 . t 1000 = 1 s 1000 = 1 mA 1000 = 1 mA Defines the maximum value for analogue output AO1. Minimum AO1 output value.03 15.01 AO1 PTR 15.000…30. Defines the minimum value for analogue output AO1.000…22.700 mA AO1 MIN 0. 15 Name/Value Description Settings for the analogue outputs.e-t/T) I = filter input (step) O = filter output t = time T = filter time constant 0. Maximum AO1 output value.700 mA Filter time constant for AO1.) Defines the filtering time constant for analogue output AO1. . % 100 63 Filtered signal Unfiltered signal FbEq 15 ANALOGUE OUTPUTS 15.000…22. Selects a drive signal to be connected to analogue output AO1. Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.000 s 15.180 Parameters No.

000 s 1000 = 1 s 1000 = 1 V 1000 = 1 V 15. See parameter 15.10 AO2 MAX -10. Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.05 Name/Value AO1 MAX SCALE Description Defines the real value that corresponds to the maximum analogue output value defined by parameter 15.000 V AO2 MIN -10.000 15.000 …32768.06 AO1 MIN SCALE 15.03 AO1 MAX. 15.Parameters 181 No. See parameter 15. Defines the minimum value for analogue output AO2.06 AO (real) 1000 = 1 Real value corresponding to the value of parameter 15. Selects a drive signal to be connected to analogue output AO2.000…10.05 -32768.03 15. AO (mA) FbEq 15.07 AO2 FILT TIME 1000 = 1 15.03 15.03.06 AO (mA) 15. Defines the real value that corresponds to the minimum analogue output value defined by parameter 15.05 AO (real) 15.04.08 AO2 FILT TIME 0.000…10.09 15. Defines the maximum value for analogue output AO2.05 AO1 MAX SCALE.04 15. Minimum AO2 output value.000…30. Real value corresponding to the value of parameter 15.000 …32768.04 AO1 MIN. -32768. Maximum AO2 output value.04 15.000 V . Filter time constant for AO2.000 15.) Defines the filtering time constant for analogue output AO2.02 AO1 FILT TIME.

000 …32768. -32768. AO (V) FbEq 15. restoration of default parameter values and saving of parameters into permanent memory.) .09 AO2 MAX.10 AO2 MIN.12 AO (V) 15.11 Name/Value AO2 MAX SCALE Description Defines the real value that corresponds to the maximum analogue output value defined by parameter 15.11 AO (real) 1000 = 1 Real value corresponding to the value of parameter 15. 1 = Local control disabled.182 Parameters No. WARNING! Before activating. See parameter 15.09.10 15.000 15. 0 = Local control enabled.000 16 1000 = 1 16 SYSTEM 16. ensure that the control panel is not needed for stopping the drive! Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.12 -32768. 15.11 AO (real) 15. LOC/REM key of the panel).12 AO2 MIN SCALE 15.09 15. Defines the real value that corresponds to the minimum analogue output value defined by parameter 15.000 …32768.09 15.11 AO2 MAX SCALE.10. Real value corresponding to the value of parameter 15.01 LOCAL LOCK Local control and parameter access settings. Selects the source for disabling local control (Take/Release button on the PC tool.10 15.

Load user parameter set 1. All parameter values are restored to default values. Note: Any parameter changes made after loading a user set are not automatically stored into the loaded set – they must be saved using this parameter. Parameter values can be changed. ie.03 PASS CODE. Saves the valid parameter values to the permanent memory. PC tool communication is interrupted during the restoration. The set that was in use before powering down the drive is in use after the next power-up. Parameter values cannot be changed from the control panel. Save in progress.03 PASS CODE 0 1 2 0…2147483647 16. ID run results and fieldbus and encoder configuration data.09 USER SET SEL No request Load set 1 Load set 2 Load set 3 Load set 4 Save set 1 Save set 2 Save set 3 Save set 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 . See also section Setting parameters on page 146. parameter 16. FbEq Locked Open Not saved 16.07 PARAM SAVE Done Save 0 1 16. Restoration is completed. Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is running.02 PARAMETER LOCK).02 Name/Value PARAMETER LOCK Description Selects the state of the parameter lock. Save user parameter set 2. The lock prevents parameter changing. The lock is open. and fieldbus. parameter factory default values. Enables the save and restoration of up to four custom sets of parameter settings. After entering 358 at this parameter. ID run results. Save user parameter set 1. The lock is open. Load user parameter set 4. Locked. Load user parameter set 2.02 PARAMETER LOCK can be adjusted. 16. Save user parameter set 3. but the changes will not be stored at power switch off. Selects the pass code for the parameter lock (see parameter 16. Note: This parameter can only be adjusted after the correct pass code has been entered at parameter 16. Load user parameter set 3. All parameter values are restored to default values. The value reverts back to 0 automatically. Load or save operation complete. including motor data. Parameter values can be changed. Save completed. except motor data. Restores the original settings of the application. Pass code for parameter lock. Save user parameter set 4. drive-to-drive link and encoder configuration data.04 PARAM RESTORE 1=1 Done Restore defs 0 1 Clear all 2 16.Parameters 183 No. Drive CPU is re-booted after the restoration is completed. normal operation.

184 Parameters

No. 16.10

Name/Value IO mode USER SET LOG N/A Loading Saving Faulted Set1 IO act Set2 IO act Set3 IO act Set4 IO act Set1 par act Set2 par act Set3 par act Set4 par act

Description Load user parameter set using parameters 16.11 and 16.12. Shows the status of the user parameter sets (see parameter 16.09 USER SET SEL). Read-only. No user sets have been saved. A user set is being loaded. A user set is being saved. Invalid or empty parameter set. User parameter set 1 has been selected by parameters 16.11 and 16.12. User parameter set 2 has been selected by parameters 16.11 and 16.12. User parameter set 3 has been selected by parameters 16.11 and 16.12. User parameter set 4 has been selected by parameters 16.11 and 16.12. User parameter set 1 has been loaded using parameter 16.09. User parameter set 2 has been loaded using parameter 16.09. User parameter set 3 has been loaded using parameter 16.09. User parameter set 4 has been loaded using parameter 16.09. Together with parameter 16.12 USER IO SET HI, selects the user parameter set when parameter 16.09 USER SET SEL is set to IO mode. The status of the source defined by this parameter and parameter 16.12 selects the user parameter set as follows: Status of source defined by par. 16.11 FALSE TRUE FALSE TRUE Status of source defined by par. 16.12 FALSE FALSE TRUE TRUE User parameter set selected Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4

FbEq 10

0 1 2 4 8 16 32 64 128 256 512 1024

16.11

USER IO SET LO

Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.) 16.12 USER IO SET HI See parameter 16.11 USER IO SET LO. Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.) 16.13 TIME SOURCE PRIO FB_D2D_MMI D2D_FB_MMI Selects which real-time clock source is adopted by the drive as the master real-time clock. Some selections specify multiple sources that are in order of priority. Fieldbus (highest priority); drive-to-drive link; man-machine interface (control panel or PC). Drive-to-drive link (highest priority); fieldbus; man-machine interface (control panel or PC). 0 1

Parameters 185

No.

Name/Value FB_D2D D2D_FB FB only D2D only MMI_FB_D2D MMI only Internal

Description Fieldbus (highest priority); drive-to-drive link. Drive-to-drive link (highest priority); fieldbus. Fieldbus only. Drive-to-drive link only. Man-machine interface (control panel or PC) (highest priority); fieldbus; drive-to-drive link. Man-machine interface (control panel or PC) only. No external sources are used as master real-time clock. Selection of signals to be displayed on the control panel. Selects the first signal to be displayed on the control panel. The default signal is 05.08 LIFT SPEED ACT. Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.) Selects the second signal to be displayed on the control panel. The default signal is 05.09 LIFT SPEED REF. Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.) Selects the third signal to be displayed on the control panel. The default signal is 01.06 TORQUE. Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.)

FbEq 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

17

17 PANEL DISPLAY
17.01 SIGNAL1 PARAM

17.02

SIGNAL2 PARAM

17.03

SIGNAL3 PARAM

20

20 LIMITS
20.01 MAXIMUM SPEED 0…30000 rpm 20.02 MINIMUM SPEED -30000…0 rpm 20.03 20.04 20.05 POS SPEED ENA NEG SPEED ENA MAXIMUM CURRENT 0.00…30000.00 A 20.06 MAXIMUM TORQUE 0.0…1600.0% 20.07 MINIMUM TORQUE -1600.0…0.0% 20.08 THERM CURR LIM Disable

Drive operation limits. Defines the allowed maximum speed. See also parameter 22.08 SPEED TRIPMARGIN. Allowed maximum speed. Defines the allowed minimum speed. See also parameter 22.08 SPEED TRIPMARGIN. Allowed minimum speed. Internally used. Cannot be set by the user. Internally used. Cannot be set by the user. Defines the allowed maximum motor current. Maximum allowed motor current. Defines the maximum torque limit for the drive (in percent of the motor nominal torque). Maximum torque limit. Defines the minimum torque limit for the drive (in percent of the motor nominal torque). Minimum torque limit. Enables the thermal current limitation. Thermal current limit is calculated by the inverter thermal protection function. The calculated thermal limit is not used. If the inverter output current is excessive, alarm IGBT OVERTEMP is generated and eventually the drive trips on fault IGBT OVERTEMP. The calculated thermal current value limits the inverter output current (ie, motor current). 0 10 = 1% 10 = 1% 100 = 1 A 1 = 1 rpm 1 = 1 rpm

Enable

1

186 Parameters

No. 22

Name/Value

Description Settings for speed feedback selection, zero speed selection, actual speed supervision, etc. Selects the speed feedback value used in control. Calculated speed estimate. Actual speed measured with encoder 1. The encoder is selected by parameter 90.01 ENCODER 1 SEL. Actual speed measured with encoder 2. The encoder is selected by parameter 90.02 ENCODER 2 SEL. Defines the time constant of the actual speed filter, that is, the time within the actual speed has reached 63% of the nominal speed (filtered speed = 01.01 SPEED ACT). If the used speed reference remains constant, the possible interferences in the speed measurement can be filtered with the actual speed filter. Reducing the ripple with the filter may cause speed controller tuning problems. A long filter time constant and fast acceleration time contradict one another. A very long filter time results in unstable control. If there are substantial interferences in the speed measurement, the filter time constant should be proportional to the total inertia of the load and motor, in this case 10…30% of the mechanical time constant tmech = (nnom / Tnom) × Jtot × 2π / 60, where Jtot = total inertia of the load and motor (the gear ratio between the load and motor must be taken into account) nnom = motor nominal speed Tnom = motor nominal torque See also parameter 26.06 SPD ERR FTIME. Time constant for actual speed filter. Defines the motor gear numerator for the motor encoder gear function. 22.03 MOTOR GEAR MUL ------------------------------------------------------22.04 MOTOR GEAR DIV

FbEq

22 SPEED FEEDBACK
22.01 SPEED FB SEL Estimated Enc1 speed Enc2 speed 22.02 SPEED ACT FTIME

0 1 2

0.000 …10000.000 ms 22.03 MOTOR GEAR MUL

1000 = 1 ms

= Actual speed -------------------------Input speed

where input speed is encoder 1/2 speed (01.08 ENCODER 1 SPEED / 01.10 ENCODER 2 SPEED) or speed estimate (01.14 SPEED ESTIMATED). Note: If the motor gear ratio differs from 1, the motor model uses an estimated speed instead of the speed feedback value. See also section Motor encoder gear on page 135. -2147483647 …2147483647 22.04 Numerator for motor encoder gear. Note: A setting of 0 is changed internally to 1. 1=1

MOTOR GEAR DIV Defines the motor gear denominator for the motor encoder gear function. See parameter 22.03 MOTOR GEAR MUL. 1 ……2147483647 Denominator for motor encoder gear. Defines the zero speed limit. The motor is stopped along a speed ramp until the defined zero speed limit is reached. After the limit, the motor coasts to stop. Note: Too low a setting may result in the drive not stopping at all. Zero speed limit. 100 = 1 rpm 1=1 ZERO SPEED LIMIT

22.05

0.00… 30000.00 rpm

Parameters 187

No. 22.06

Name/Value ZERO SPEED DELAY

Description Defines the delay for the zero speed delay function. The function is useful in applications where a smooth and quick restart is essential. During the delay the drive accurately knows the rotor position. No Zero Speed Delay The drive receives a stop command and decelerates along a ramp. When the motor actual speed falls below the value of parameter 22.05 ZERO SPEED LIMIT, the speed controller is switched off. The inverter modulation is stopped and the motor coasts to standstill. Speed Speed controller switched off: Motor coasts to stop.

FbEq

22.05 ZERO SPEED LIMIT Time With Zero Speed Delay The drive receives a stop command and decelerates along a ramp. When the actual motor speed falls below the value of parameter 22.05 ZERO SPEED LIMIT, the zero speed delay function activates. During the delay the function keeps the speed controller live: the inverter modulates, the motor is magnetised and the drive is ready for a quick restart. Speed Speed controller remains active. Motor is decelerated to true zero speed.

22.05 ZERO SPEED LIMIT Delay 0…30000 ms 22.07 ABOVE SPEED LIM 0…30000 rpm Zero speed delay. Defines the supervision limit for the actual speed. See also 02.13 FBA MAIN SW, bit 10. Supervision limit for actual speed. 1 = 1 rpm Time 1 = 1 ms

188 Parameters

No. 22.08

Name/Value SPEED TRIPMARGIN

Description Defines, together with 20.01 MAXIMUM SPEED and 20.02 MINIMUM SPEED, the maximum allowed speed of the motor (overspeed protection). If the actual speed (01.01 SPEED ACT) exceeds the speed limit defined by parameter 20.01 or 20.02 by more than 22.08 SPEED TRIPMARGIN, the drive trips on fault OVERSPEED. Example: If the maximum speed is 1420 rpm and speed trip margin is 300 rpm, the drive trips at 1720 rpm.

FbEq

Speed

22.08 SPEED TRIP MARGIN 20.01 MAXIMUM SPEED

Time 20.02 MINIMUM SPEED 22.08 SPEED TRIP MARGIN

0.0…10000.0 rpm 22.09 SPEED FB FAULT

Speed trip margin. Selects the action in case of speed feedback data loss. Note: If this parameter is set to Warning or No, a loss of feedback will cause an internal faulted state. To clear the internal fault and to reactivate speed feedback, use parameter 90.10 ENC PAR REFRESH. Drive trips on a fault (OPTION COMM LOSS, ENCODER 1/2 FAILURE, ENCODER 1/2 CABLE or SPEED FEEDBACK depending on the type of problem). Drive continues operation with open loop control and generates an alarm (OPTION COMM LOSS, ENCODER 1/2 FAILURE or SPEED FEEDBACK depending on the type of problem). Drive continues operation with open loop control. No faults or alarms are generated. Speed reference selection settings. These parameters need to be set only if the speed reference is coming from a fieldbus module or an analog input. Used for fieldbus reference. Selects the source for speed reference 2 (03.02 SPEED REF2). Zero reference. Analogue input AI1. Analogue input AI2. Fieldbus reference 1.

10 = 1 rpm

Fault

0

Warning

1

No 24

2

24 SPEED REF MOD
24.02 SPEED REF2 SEL ZERO AI1 AI2 FBA REF1

0 1 2 3

Parameters 189

No.

Name/Value FBA REF2 D2D REF1 D2D REF2 ENC1 SPEED ENC2 SPEED

Description Fieldbus reference 2. Drive to drive reference 1. Drive to drive reference 2. Encoder 1 (01.08 ENCODER 1 SPEED). Encoder 2 (01.10 ENCODER 2 SPEED). Internally used. Cannot be set by the user. Selects the source for speed reference 2 (overrides the setting of parameter 24.02 SPEED REF2 SEL). The default value is P.3.2, ie, 03.02 SPEED REF2. Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.) Used for fieldbus reference. Selects between speed reference 1 or 2. Reference 1/2 source is defined by parameter 24.03 SPEED REF1 IN / 24.04 SPEED REF2 IN. 0 = Speed reference 1. Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.)

FbEq 4 5 6 7 8

24.03 24.04

SPEED REF1 IN SPEED REF2 IN

24.05

SPEED REF 1/ 2SEL

25

25 SPEED REF RAMP
25.01 25.02 SPEED RAMP IN SPEED SCALING

Speed reference ramp settings. Internally used. Cannot be set by the user. Internally used. Cannot be set by the user. Shows the motor rotational speed (rpm), which corresponds to the lift nominal speed (m/s) defined with parameter 80.01 NOMINAL SPEED. The parameter value is calculated based on the lift nominal speed, gear ratio, roping ratio and sheave diameter. See also section Speed reference scaling on page 101. Defines the time within which the drive is stopped if an emergency stop OFF3 is activated (ie, the time required for the speed to change from the speed value defined by parameter 25.02 SPEED SCALING to zero). The emergency stop OFF3 is activated if the Final limit switches or Leveling overtime stop function becomes active. See also section Emergency stop on page 134. Emergency stop OFF1 uses the active ramp time. Emergency stop OFF3 deceleration time. Selects the source for the acceleration/deceleration set 1 or acceleration/deceleration set 2 used in the normal travel mode. 1 = Acc/dec set 2 is used. 0 = Acc/dec set 1 is used. For more information, see section Acceleration/deceleration selection on page 102. Defines the acceleration for acc/dec set 1. 1000 = 1 s 1 = 1 rpm

25.11

EM STOP TIME

0.000…1800.000 s 25.80 ACC/DEC SEL

25.81 25.82 25.83 25.84

ACC1 0.01…25.00 m/s DEC1 0.01…25.00 m/s ACC2 0.01…25.00 m/s DEC2 0.01…25.00 m/s2
2 2 2

Acc/dec set 1 acceleration. Defines the deceleration for acc/dec set 1. Acc/dec set 1 deceleration. Defines the acceleration for acc/dec set 2. Acc/dec set 2 acceleration. Defines the deceleration for acc/dec set 2. Acc/dec set 2 deceleration.

100 = 1 m/s2 100 = 1 m/s2 100 = 1 m/s2 100 = 1 m/s2

190 Parameters

No. 25.85

Name/Value INSPECT MODE ACC 0.01…25.00 m/s2 INSPECT MODE DEC 0.01…25.00 m/s2 EVAC MODE ACC 0.01…25.00 m/s2

Description Defines the acceleration used when the inspection mode is active. Acceleration used in the inspection mode. Defines the deceleration used when the inspection mode is active. Deceleration used in the inspection mode. Defines the acceleration used when the evacuation mode is active. Acceleration used in the evacuation mode. Defines the deceleration used when the evacuation mode is active. Deceleration used in the evacuation mode. Defines the acceleration/deceleration used when the releveling mode is active. Acceleration/deceleration used in the releveling mode. Selects the source for enabling/disabling all the jerks defined with parameters 25.91 JERK1…25.97 JERK7. 1 = All jerks are disabled and not used. 0 = All jerks are enabled and used. For more information, see section Jerk selection on page 103. Defines the jerk used at the start of acceleration from zero speed to traveling speed when the start command is given. Jerk used at the start of acceleration. Defines the jerk used at the end of acceleration from zero speed to traveling speed when the start command is given. Jerk used at the end of acceleration. Defines the jerk used at the start of deceleration from traveling speed to leveling speed. Jerk used at the start of leveling deceleration. Defines the jerk used at the end of deceleration from traveling speed to leveling speed. Jerk used at the end of leveling deceleration. Defines the jerk used at the start of stopping deceleration when the stop command is given. Jerk used at the start of stopping deceleration. Defines the jerk used at the end of stopping deceleration when the stop command is given. Jerk used at the end of stopping deceleration. Defines the jerk used during releveling. m/s3 Jerk used during releveling. Speed error calculation settings. Defines an additional speed step given to the input of the speed controller (added to the speed error value). Speed step.

FbEq

100 = 1 m/s2

25.86

100 = 1 m/s2

25.87

100 = 1 m/s2

25.88

EVAC MODE DEC 0.01…25.00 m/s2

100 = 1 m/s2

25.89

RELVL ACC/DEC 0.01…25.00 m/s2

100 = 1 m/s2

25.90

JERK DISABLE

25.91

JERK1 0.01…100.00 m/s3

100 = 1 m/s3

25.92

JERK2 0.01…100.00 m/s3

100 = 1 m/s3

25.93

JERK3 0.01…100.00 m/s3

100 = 1 m/s3

25.94

JERK4 0.01…100.00 m/s3

100 = 1 m/s3

25.95

JERK5 0.01…100.00 m/s3

100 = 1 m/s3

25.96

JERK6 0.01…100.00 m/s3

100 = 1 m/s3 100 = 1 m/s3

25.97 26

JERK7 0.01…100.00

26 SPEED ERROR
26.05 SPEED STEP -30000.00 …30000.00 rpm

100 = 1 rpm

Parameters 191

No. 26.06

Name/Value SPD ERR FTIME

Description Defines the time constant of the speed error low pass filter. If the used speed reference changes rapidly (servo application), the possible interferences in the speed measurement can be filtered with the speed error filter. Reducing the ripple with the filter may cause speed controller tuning problems. A long filter time constant and fast acceleration time contradict one another. A very long filter time results in unstable control. See also parameter 22.02 SPEED ACT FTIME. Time constant for speed error low pass filter. 0 ms = filtering disabled. Defines the absolute value for the motor speed window supervision, ie, the absolute value for the difference between the actual speed and the unramped speed reference (01.01 SPEED ACT - 03.03 SPEEDREF RAMP IN). When the motor speed is within the limits defined by this parameter, signal 02.13 bit 8 (AT_SETPOINT) value is 1. If the motor speed is not within the defined limits, bit 8 value is 0. Absolute value for motor speed window supervision. Speed controller settings. Selects the source for the speed error (reference - actual). The default value is P.3.6, ie, signal 03.06 SPEED ERROR FILT. Note: This parameter has been locked, ie, no user setting is possible. Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.) Defines the proportional gain (Kp) of the speed controller. Too great a gain may cause speed oscillation. The figure below shows the speed controller output after an error step when the error remains constant. % Gain = Kp = 1 TI = Integration time = 0 TD= Derivation time = 0

FbEq

0.0…1000.0 ms 26.07 SPEED WINDOW

10 = 1 ms

0…30000 rpm

1 = 1 rpm

28 SPEED CONTROL
28.01 SPEED ERR NCTRL

28

28.02

PROPORT GAIN

Error value Controller output Controller output = Kp × e e = Error value

Time If gain is set to 1, a 10% change in error value (reference actual value) causes the speed controller output to change by 10%. 0.00…200.00 Proportional gain for speed controller. 100 = 1

If the parameter value is set to zero.192 Parameters No. The integration time defines the rate at which the controller output changes when the error value is constant and the proportional gain of the speed controller is 1.000…600.03 Name/Value INTEGRATION TIME Description Defines the integration time of the speed controller.000 s Integration time for speed controller. Anti-windup stops the integrator if the controller output is limited. the faster the continuous error value is corrected. the I-part of the controller is disabled. See 06. Too short integration time makes the control unstable. The shorter the integration time. % Controller output Gain = Kp = 1 TI = Integration time = 0 TD= Derivation time = 0 FbEq Kp × e Kp × e e = Error value Time TI 0.05 LIMIT WORD 1. The figure below shows the speed controller output after an error step when the error remains constant. 1000 = 1 s . 28.

000…10. the more the speed controller output is boosted during the change. 28. Cannot be set by the user. 10 = 1% 10 = 1% 10 = 1 ms 1000 = 1 s .05 28.0…1000.0…1600. Minimum speed controller output torque.0% 28. otherwise as a PID controller.0% Derivation time for speed controller.0…1600. Maximum speed controller output torque. The figure below shows the speed controller output after an error step when the error remains constant.10 DERIV FILT TIME 0. The derivation makes the control more responsive to disturbances.000 s 28.06 28. Internally used. 0.09 28.0 ms ACC COMPENSATION SPEEDCTRL BAL EN MIN TORQ SP CTRL -1600.Parameters 193 No. Cannot be set by the user. Derivation filter time constant. the controller works as a PI controller. If the derivation time is set to zero.11 MAX TORQ SP CTRL -1600. Defines the derivation filter time constant. FbEq % Controller output Kp × TD × Δe Ts Kp × e Error value Kp × e e = Error value TI Gain = Kp = 1 TI = Integration time > 0 TD= Derivation time > 0 Ts= Sample time period = 250 µs Δe = Error value change between two samples Time Note: Changing this parameter value is recommended only if a pulse encoder is used.04 Name/Value DERIVATION TIME Description Defines the derivation time of the speed controller. The longer the derivation time. Internally used. Derivative action boosts the controller output if the error value changes. Defines the minimum speed controller output torque. Defines the maximum speed controller output torque. The speed error derivative must be filtered with a low pass filter to eliminate disturbances.

See parameter 28.12 PI ADAPT MAX SPD.02 PROPORT GAIN) and integration time (28. The coefficients are defined individually for both gain and integration time. Minimum actual speed for speed controller adaptation. 1000 = 1 .02 PROPORT GAIN and 28.000 … 10. When the actual speed is below or equal to 28.13 PI ADAPT MIN SPD.12 PI ADAPT MAX SPD.000 28.15 Maximum actual speed for speed controller adaptation. Speed controller gain and integration time can be adapted according to actual speed. 1 = 1 rpm 1 = 1 rpm 1000 = 1 I TIME ADPT COEF Integration time coefficient.12 Name/Value PI ADAPT MAX SPD Description Maximum actual speed for speed controller adaptation.000 Integration time coefficient. 0. 28.000 28. See parameter 28.14 P GAIN ADPT COEF or 28. no adaptation takes place.13 PI ADAPT MIN SPD 0…30000 rpm 28.194 Parameters No. Proportional gain coefficient.15 I TIME ADPT COEF Actual speed (rpm) 0 28. Proportional gain coefficient.12 PI ADAPT MAX SPD. Coefficient for Kp or TI Kp = Proportional gain TI = Integration time FbEq 1. Between 28.13 PI ADAPT MIN SPD 28. When the actual speed is equal to or exceeds 28.03 INTEGRATION TIME) by coefficients at certain speeds.03 INTEGRATION TIME are used as such.03 INTEGRATION TIME are multiplied by 28. respectively. Minimum actual speed for speed controller adaptation.12 PI ADAPT MAX SPD 0…30000 rpm 28.14 P GAIN ADPT COEF 0. 28.13 PI ADAPT MIN SPD and 28. This is done by multiplying the gain (28.15 I TIME ADPT COEF. See parameter 28. in other words.000 … 10.12 PI ADAPT MAX SPD.12 PI ADAPT MAX SPD. 28.02 PROPORT GAIN and 28.14 P GAIN ADPT COEF and 28. the coefficients are calculated linearly on the basis of the breakpoints.

14 SUPERV STATUS is activated.07 SUPERV2 LIM HI. bit 1 of 06. To clear the bit. When the signal selected by parameter 33.06 SUPERV2 ACT falls below the value of parameter 33. See parameter 33. bit 0 of 06. When the signal selected by parameter 33. Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145. bit 0 of 06.01 SUPERV1 FUNC. See parameter 33.00 …32768. To clear the bit.04 SUPERV1 LIM LO.07 SUPERV2 LIM HI.08 SUPERV2 LIM LO. When the absolute value of the signal selected by parameter 33. . Selects the signal to be monitored by supervision 1. the signal must fall below the value of parameter 33.14 SUPERV STATUS is activated. When the signal selected by parameter 33. Supervision 2 not in use.01 SUPERV1 FUNC. See parameter 33.03 SUPERV1 LIM HI.00 …32768.07 SUPERV2 LIM HI. 0 1 100 = 1 100 = 1 4 Abs High 33. the signal must fall below the value of parameter 33. Selects the mode of supervision 1.01 SUPERV1 FUNC. Supervision 1 not in use.06 SUPERV2 ACT falls below the value of parameter 33. To clear the bit. Sets the lower limit for supervision 1.04 SUPERV1 LIM LO. the absolute value of the signal must fall below the value of parameter 33.02 SUPERV1 ACT falls below the value of parameter 33. the signal must exceed the value of parameter 33.02 SUPERV1 ACT 33.06 SUPERV2 ACT exceeds the value of parameter 33.04 SUPERV1 LIM LO -32768.) Sets the upper limit for supervision 1.00 33. bit 1 of 06. bit 0 of 06.Parameters 195 No. Selects the mode of supervision 2. To clear the bit. FbEq 33 SUPERVISION 33. When the signal selected by parameter 33.08 SUPERV2 LIM LO.08 SUPERV2 LIM LO. To clear the bit.14 SUPERV STATUS is activated.02 SUPERV1 ACT falls below the value of parameter 33.03 SUPERV1 LIM HI.02 SUPERV1 ACT exceeds the value of parameter 33.04 SUPERV1 LIM LO.03 SUPERV1 LIM HI.14 SUPERV STATUS is activated. Upper limit for supervision 1.02 SUPERV1 ACT exceeds the value of parameter 33. the absolute value of the signal must exceed the value of parameter 33. Lower limit for supervision 1.14 SUPERV STATUS is activated. 33 Name/Value Description Configuration of signal supervision.05 SUPERV2 FUNC Disabled Low High 2 Abs Low When the absolute value of the signal selected by parameter 3 33.01 SUPERV1 FUNC Disabled Low 0 1 High 2 Abs Low When the absolute value of the signal selected by parameter 3 33. To clear the bit.03 SUPERV1 LIM HI -32768. bit 0 of 06. the absolute value of the signal must exceed the value of parameter 33.03 SUPERV1 LIM HI.04 SUPERV1 LIM LO. To clear the bit. the signal must exceed the value of parameter 33. bit 1 of 06.14 SUPERV STATUS is activated.14 SUPERV STATUS is activated.00 33.

11 SUPERV3 LIM HI.14 SUPERV STATUS is activated. bit 2 of 06.07 SUPERV2 LIM HI -32768.11 SUPERV3 LIM HI.11 SUPERV3 LIM HI. Supervision 3 not in use.00 …32768.10 SUPERV3 ACT falls below the value of parameter 33.14 SUPERV STATUS is activated.06 SUPERV2 ACT exceeds the value of parameter 33. To clear the bit.11 SUPERV3 LIM HI.05 SUPERV2 FUNC. the absolute value of the signal must fall below the value of parameter 33. bit 2 of 06. Lower limit for supervision 2.09 SUPERV3 FUNC. When the signal selected by parameter 33. bit 2 of 06. See parameter 33. FbEq 4 33. See parameter 33. bit 1 of 06. Lower limit for supervision 3.05 SUPERV2 FUNC. Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.00 …32768. Upper limit for supervision 3 Sets the lower limit for supervision 3. See parameter 33. To clear the bit. Selects the signal to be monitored by supervision 2.10 SUPERV3 ACT falls below the value of parameter 33. bit 2 of 06.12 SUPERV3 LIM LO.08 SUPERV2 LIM LO.) Sets the upper limit for supervision 3.12 SUPERV3 LIM LO. Selects the mode of supervision 3.09 SUPERV3 FUNC Disabled Low 0 1 High 2 Abs Low When the absolute value of the signal selected by parameter 3 33.12 SUPERV3 LIM LO.00 33. Upper limit for supervision 2. Name/Value Abs High Description When the absolute value of the signal selected by parameter 33.12 SUPERV3 LIM LO. To clear the bit.14 SUPERV STATUS is activated.09 SUPERV3 FUNC.11 SUPERV3 LIM HI -32768.08 SUPERV2 LIM LO -32768. When the signal selected by parameter 33. Sets the lower limit for supervision 2.12 SUPERV3 LIM LO -32768.00 100 = 1 33. Selects the signal to be monitored by supervision 3. the signal must fall below the value of parameter 33.10 SUPERV3 ACT 33.09 SUPERV3 FUNC.14 SUPERV STATUS is activated.07 SUPERV2 LIM HI.00 100 = 1 33. the signal must exceed the value of parameter 33.00 …32768. To clear the bit. See parameter 33.05 SUPERV2 FUNC. 100 = 1 100 = 1 4 Abs High 33.00 …32768.) Sets the upper limit for supervision 2.14 SUPERV STATUS is activated.196 Parameters No. See parameter 33.10 SUPERV3 ACT exceeds the value of parameter 33. To clear the bit. the absolute value of the signal must exceed the value of parameter 33. When the absolute value of the signal selected by parameter 33. Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.00 . See parameter 33.06 SUPERV2 ACT 33. the absolute value of the signal must fall below the value of parameter 33.10 SUPERV3 ACT exceeds the value of parameter 33.

It can also be controlled with an external control system.02 BRAKE ACKNOWL). 10 = 1 rpm 100 = 1 s 100 = 1 s 0. Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is running. the brake function energises the relay output controlling the brake and the brake starts opening. Brake supervision is usually controlled with a digital input. the brake function keeps the motor live preventing the motor speed from falling below zero.04 BRAKE CLOSE DLY.09 BRAKE FAULT FUNC.03 BRAKE OPEN DELAY Defines the brake open delay (= the delay between the internal open brake command and the release of the motor speed control).05 BRAKE CLOSE SPD) after the drive has received the stop command.00 s 35.00…5.0…1000. Brake control with supervision (supervision is activated by parameter 35.00…60. Defines the brake close delay. The delay counter starts when the motor actual speed has fallen below the set level (parameter 35. the drive reacts as defined by parameter 35. Brake close speed. 35 Name/Value Description Settings for the control of the mechanical brake. Set the delay time to the same value as the mechanical make-up time of the brake (= operating delay when closing) specified by the brake manufacturer. Simultaneously with the counter start. Inactive. 1 = The brake is open. Activates the brake control function with or without supervision. The delay counter starts when the drive has magnetised the motor and risen the motor torque to the level required at the brake release (parameter 35. The use of the external on/off supervision signal is optional. When a brake control error is detected. Brake control without supervision. brake open torque and torque limiter while stopping.Parameters 197 No. Selects the source for the external brake on/off supervision activation (when parameter 35.00 s 35.02 BRAKE ACKNOWL 0 1 2 35. brake slip. See parameter 35. Set the delay the same as the mechanical opening delay of the brake specified by the brake manufacturer. Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is running. During the delay.04 BRAKE CLOSE DLY 0. torque proving. the brake control function de-energises the relay output controlling the brake and the brake starts closing. Defines the brake close speed (an absolute value). 0 = The brake is closed. Simultaneously with the counter start. Brake open delay. Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145. See also section Mechanical brake control on page 106. Brake close delay.0 rpm .01 BRAKE CONTROL = WITH ACK).05 BRAKE CLOSE SPD 0.81 BRK OPEN TRQ).01 BRAKE CONTROL NO WITH ACK NO ACK 35.) FbEq 35 MECH BRAKE CTRL 35.

The drive generates fault BRAKE NOT CLOSED / BRAKE NOT OPEN if the status of the optional external brake acknowledgement signal does not match the status presumed by the brake control function. 1 = Brake close request.) FbEq 35.80 BRK OPEN TRQ SEL 35. The drive trips on fault BRAKE START TORQUE if the required motor start torque at brake release is not achieved. Torque proving reference in percentage of the motor nominal torque. Torque proving function is enabled.0% TORQUE PROVING DISABLED ENABLED 35.0. Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145. Defines how the drive reacts in case of a mechanical brake control error. Defines the torque proving reference.01 BRAKE CONTROL.07 AI2 SCALED • 05.08 35. The drive trips on fault BRAKE NOT CLOSED / BRAKE NOT OPEN if the status of the optional external brake acknowledgement signal does not meet the status presumed by the brake control function. 10 = 1% 0 1 10 = 1% 0 FAULT ALARM 1 OPEN FLT 2 35. The drive trips on fault BRAKE START TORQUE if the required motor starting torque at brake release is not achieved. The drive generates alarm BRAKE NOT CLOSED / BRAKE NOT OPEN if the status of the optional external brake acknowledgement signal does not meet the status presumed by the brake control function.04 LOAD ACT TORQ • 35.82 35. If brake control supervision has not been activated by parameter 35. 35. Enables/disables the Torque proving function.) Defines the brake open torque value used when selected as the source of parameter 35.05 AI1 SCALED • 02. this parameter is disabled.0% . The Torque proving function compares the calculated actual torque of the drive with this reference value.09 BRAKE OPEN HOLD BRAKE FAULT FUNC Internally used.81 BRAKE OPEN TORQ 0.. The source can be any of the following parameters: • 02.198 Parameters No. 0 = Brake open request.07 Name/Value BRAKE CLOSE REQ Description Selects the source for the brake close (open) request.300. Selects the source of the brake open torque to be used.81 BRAKE OPEN TORQ Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145. Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is running. Torque proving function is disabled. Cannot be set by the user. The drive generates alarm BRAKE START TORQUE if the required motor starting torque at brake release is not achieved.0…100.80 BRK OPEN TRQ SEL.83 TORQ PROVING REF 0.. Constant brake open torque.

87 SLIP FAULT DELAY.01 SPEED FB SEL. The default value is 100%.0 s 35. Other values can be used if a static speed error is detected despite of the full slip gain. Defines the time delay for starting torque limiting after a brake close command.85 SLIP SPEED LIM 0.00 m/s 35. Defines the speed limit for the brake slip during torque proving. Slip gain.89 TRQ LIMITER RAMP 0.0 s Description Defines the time delay for generating fault TORQUE PROVE. Switching frequency.0…2. Despite of the full slip gain (= 100%). 0% means no slip gain. Motor model uses the speed feedback selected by parameter 22. 35. See switching frequency derating in the appropriate Hardware manual. the allowed drive output current is limited. Defines the switching frequency of the drive. The drive trips on fault TORQUE PROVE if torque proving has not succeeded by the end of this period.01 SPEED FB SEL setting is Enc1 speed / Enc2 speed). Defines the torque limiting ramp time from nominal to zero torque.1…2.0…10. When the switching frequency exceeds 4 kHz. Brake slip speed limit in m/s. 100% means full slip gain. the slip gain should be increased. Example (with nominal load and nominal slip of 40 rpm): A 1000 rpm constant speed reference is given to the drive. Torque limiter while stopping function is enabled. FbEq 10 = 1 s 35.02 SF REF 1/2/3/4/5/8/16 kHz 40. Time delay for generating fault TORQUE PROVE.88 TRQ LIMITER DLY 0. Defines the speed/position information used by the motor model. a manual tachometer measurement from the motor axis gives a speed value of 998 rpm.0 s 35. The actual torque is ramped to zero with the slope defined by this ramp time. Motor control settings. no static speed error exists (2 rpm / 40 rpm = 5%).0 s 40 100 = 1 m/s 10 = 1 s 0 1 10 = 1 s 10 = 1 s 40 MOTOR CONTROL 40.03 SLIP GAIN 1 = 1 kHz 0…200% 40. The static speed error is 1000 rpm . Defines the slip gain which is used to improve the estimated motor slip. At the 105% gain value. Time delay for starting torque limiting. Motor model uses the internal speed estimate (even when parameter 22.Parameters 199 No.0…10.87 TORQUE LIMITER DISABLED ENABLED 35. Torque limiter while stopping function is disabled.998 rpm = 2 rpm. Enables/disables the Torque limiter while stopping function. Time delay for generating fault BRAKE SLIP. To compensate the error.00…5.86 SLIP FAULT DELAY 0. Defines the time delay for generating fault BRAKE SLIP.84 Name/Value TRQ PROV FLT DLY 0.06 FORCE OPEN LOOP FALSE TRUE 1 = 1% 0 1 . Torque limiting ramp time. The drive trips on fault BRAKE SLIP if the actual lift speed exceeds this limit during torque proving and stays there for a longer period than defined with parameter 35.

The temperature is supervised using a KTY84 sensor connected to encoder interface module FEN-xx installed in drive Slot 1/2. parameter setting must be either KTY 1st FEN or PTC 1st FEN. If two encoder interface modules are used.06…45. * FbEq 45 MOT THERM PROT 45.02 MOT TEMP SOURCE ESTIMATED 0 KTY JCU KTY 1st FEN 1 2 KTY 2nd FEN 3 PTC JCU PTC 1st FEN 4 5 .01 MOT TEMP PROT.01 MOT TEMP PROT No Alarm 0 1 Fault 2 45. Selects how the drive reacts when motor overtemperature is detected.10 MOT THERM TIME) and the motor load curve (parameters 45. Selects the motor temperature protection. The temperature is supervised based on the motor thermal protection model.03 MOT TEMP ALM LIM / 45. encoder module connected to Slot 2 is used for the temperature supervision. encoder module connected to Slot 1 is used for the temperature supervision. the drive reacts as defined by parameter 45. The temperature is supervised using a KTY84 sensor connected to drive thermistor input TH. The temperature is supervised using a PTC sensor connected to encoder interface module FEN-xx installed in drive Slot 1/2. The motor temperature decreases if it operates in the region below the motor load curve (if the motor is overheated). If two encoder interface modules are used. The drive generates alarm MOTOR TEMPERATURE when the temperature exceeds the alarm level defined by parameter 45. *Note: If one FEN-xx module is used. If two encoder interface modules are used. * The temperature is supervised using 1…3 PTC sensors connected to drive thermistor input TH. Inactive. The motor temperature increases if it operates in the region above the motor load curve.08). * The temperature is supervised using a KTY84 sensor connected to encoder interface module FEN-xx installed in drive Slot 1/2. User tuning is typically needed only if the ambient temperature differs from the normal operating temperature specified for the motor. WARNING! The model does not protect the motor if it does not cool properly due to dust and dirt. The FEN-xx module can be in either Slot 1 or Slot 2.200 Parameters No. Note: This selection does not apply to FEN-01. Note: This selection does not apply to FEN-01. which uses the motor thermal time constant (parameter 45. When overtemperature is detected.03 MOT TEMP ALM LIM.04 MOT TEMP FLT LIM. The drive generates alarm MOTOR TEMPERATURE or trips on fault MOTOR OVERTEMP when the temperature exceeds the alarm/fault level defined by parameter 45. See also section Thermal motor protection on page 123. 45 Name/Value Description Settings for thermal protection of the motor. encoder module connected to Slot 1 is used for the temperature supervision.

The load curve is used by the motor thermal protection model when parameter 45. When the parameter is set to 100%.07 ZERO SPEED LOAD and 45.06 MOT LOAD CURVE I/IN (%) I = Motor current IN = Nominal motor current 150 45. FbEq 6 45. encoder module connected to Slot 2 is used for the temperature supervision.01 MOT TEMP PROT = Alarm / Fault). Name/Value PTC 2nd FEN Description The temperature is supervised using a PTC sensor connected to encoder interface module FEN-xx installed in drive Slot 1/2.02 MOT TEMP SOURCE is set to ESTIMATED. .Parameters 201 No. Defines the fault limit for the motor overtemperature protection (when parameter 45.03 MOT TEMP ALM LIM 0…200 °C 1 = 1 °C 45.04 MOT TEMP FLT LIM 0…200 °C 1 = 1 °C 45. the maximum load is equal to the value of the parameter 99.07 45. Ambient temperature.08 Drive output frequency 1 = 1% 50…150% Motor current above breakpoint. The value is given in percent of nominal motor current.05 AMBIENT TEMP -60…100 °C 1 = 1 °C 45.06 MOT NOM CURRENT (higher loads heat up the motor).01 MOT TEMP PROT = Fault). Defines the load curve together with parameters 45. Motor overtemperature fault limit. * Defines the alarm limit for the motor overtemperature protection (when parameter 45.08 BREAK POINT. The load curve level should be adjusted if the ambient temperature differs from the nominal value. Defines the ambient temperature for the thermal motor protection mode. Motor overtemperature alarm limit.06 100 50 45. If two encoder interface modules are used.

Defines the break point frequency of the load curve.07 Name/Value ZERO SPEED LOAD Description Defines the load curve together with parameters 45. The load curve is used by the motor thermal protection model when parameter 45. Motor current at zero speed. See the motor manufacturer's recommendations. 45.202 Parameters No.00 Hz 45.07 ZERO SPEED LOAD.06 MOT LOAD CURVE and 45. 1 = 1 °C . Defines the load curve together with parameters 45. ie. Defines the temperature rise of the motor when the motor is loaded with nominal current.08 BREAK POINT 1 = 1% 0.09 MOTNOM TEMP RISE 100 = 1 Hz Motor nominal temperature rise Ambient temperature Time 0…300 °C Motor temperature rise. The temperature rise value is used by the motor thermal protection model when parameter 45. Load curve breakpoint.06 MOT LOAD CURVE and 45. A higher value can be used if the motor has an external motor fan to boost the cooling. the point at which the motor load curve begins to decrease from the value of parameter 45. Defines the maximum motor load at zero speed of the load curve.02 MOT TEMP SOURCE is set to ESTIMATED.06 MOT LOAD CURVE to the value of parameter 45.02 MOT TEMP SOURCE is set to ESTIMATED. Temperature FbEq 50…150% 45. See the motor manufacturer's recommendations.02 MOT TEMP SOURCE is set to ESTIMATED. The value is given in percent of nominal motor current.07 ZERO SPEED LOAD.01…500. The load curve is used by the motor thermal protection model when parameter 45.08 BREAK POINT.

10 Name/Value MOT THERM TIME Description Defines the thermal time constant for the motor thermal protection model (ie. An alarm or a fault message indicates abnormal drive status. Selects an interface for an external fault signal. WARNING! Make sure that it is safe to continue operation in case of a communication break. Used as a speed reference when an alarm occurs when parameter 13.12 AI SUPERVISION / 46. See the motor manufacturer's recommendations. 0 = External fault trip.) 46.Parameters 203 No.02 SPEED REF SAFE. Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145. 45. 1 = No external fault. The motor thermal protection model is used when parameter 45.02 COMM LOSS FUNC setting is Spd ref safe. Motor load 100% FbEq Time Temperature rise 100% 63% Motor thermal time 100…10000 s 46 Motor thermal time. The drive generates alarm LOCAL CTRL LOSS and sets the speed to the speed defined by parameter 46.02 SPEED REF SAFE Defines the fault speed. Drive trips on LOCAL CTRL LOSS fault. 0 1 2 -30000…30000 rpm Fault speed. the time within which the temperature has reached 63% of the nominal temperature). Time 1=1s 46 FAULT FUNCTIONS 46.03 LOCAL CTRL LOSS / 50. 46.01 EXTERNAL FAULT Definition of drive behaviour upon a fault situation. 1 = 1 rpm Selects how the drive reacts to a control panel or PC tool communication break. No action.03 LOCAL CTRL LOSS No Fault Spd ref safe .02 MOT TEMP SOURCE is set to ESTIMATED.

Drive running: The drive trips on SAFE TORQUE OFF when one or both of the STO signals is lost. Note: This parameter is for supervision only. Drive trips on MOTOR PHASE fault. Selects how the drive reacts when a supply phase loss is detected. Selects how the drive reacts when it detects the absence of one or both Safe torque off (STO) signals. If only one of the signals is lost. Drive trips on EARTH FAULT. If only one of the signals is lost. Drive trips on SUPPLY PHASE fault. No reaction. an input power cable is connected to a drive motor connection). No reaction. The Safe torque off function can activate even when this parameter is set to NO. If only one of the signals is lost.06 SUPPL PHS LOSS No Fault 46. For general information on the Safe torque off function. Selects how the drive reacts to an incorrect input power and motor cable connection (ie. the drive trips on STO1 LOST or STO2 LOST. Drive stopped: No action if both STO signals are absent. WARNING! Make sure that it is safe to continue operation in case of a communication break. Selects how the drive reacts when an earth fault or current unbalance is detected in the motor or the motor cable.05 EARTH FAULT No Warning Fault 46.204 Parameters No. Drive stopped: The drive generates a SAFE TORQUE OFF alarm if both STO signals are absent. FbEq 3 46. No action. Drive trips on CABLE CROSS CON fault. see the Hardware manual of the drive. The drive generates a SAFE TORQUE OFF alarm if both STO signals are absent. 0 1 1 2 0 1 0 1 2 0 1 46.04 MOT PHASE LOSS Selects how the drive reacts when a motor phase loss is detected.08 CROSS CONNECTION No Fault . the drive trips on STO1 LOST or STO2 LOST. the drive trips on STO1 LOST or STO2 LOST. No Fault No action. The drive trips on SAFE TORQUE OFF when one or both of the Safe torque off signals are lost. Drive generates alarm EARTH FAULT. The speed is determined by the average speed over the previous 10 seconds. Name/Value Last speed Description The drive generates alarm LOCAL CTRL LOSS and freezes the speed to the level the drive was operating at.07 STO DIAGNOSTIC Fault Alarm No 3 Only Alarm 46. Drive running: The drive trips on SAFE TORQUE OFF when one or both of the STO signals is lost.

The parameter is a 16-bit word with each bit corresponding to a fault type. the corresponding fault is automatically reset. Defines for how long the drive will wait after a fault before attempting an automatic fault reset. Trial time for automatic fault resets. For more information on the Automatic fault reset function. Selects the faults that are automatically reset. Resetting delay.82 AUTORST TRL TIME.84 AUTORESET SEL Bit 0 1 2 3 4 5…8 9 10 11 12 13…15 Fault SPEED MATCH TORQUE PROVE BRAKE SLIP INV OVERLOAD MOTOR STALL Not used OVERCURRENT OVERVOLTAGE UNDERVOLTAGE EXTERNAL FAULT Not used The faults that are automatically reset.Parameters 205 No.81 AUTORESET TRIALS Defines the number of automatic fault resets the drive performs within the trial time defined with parameter 46. The bits of the binary number correspond to the following faults monitored by 05. Whenever a bit is set to 1. Defines the time within which automatic fault resets are performed after the drive has tripped on a fault.83 AUTORESET DELAY 0.0…120. 10 = 1 s 10 = 1 s 1=1 0…5 46. 1 = Fault reset. 46. 1=1 0x0000…0xFFFF .0 s 46.82 AUTORST TRL TIME 1.80 Name/Value FAULT RESET Description Selects the source for the external fault reset signal.) FbEq 46. The number of the automatic fault resets allowed. see section Automatic fault reset on page 97. Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.02 LIFT FW.84 AUTORESET SEL. The signal resets the drive after a fault trip if the cause of the fault no longer exists.0 s 46. The faults to be reset are defined with parameter 46.0…600.

Used if auto-identification of the supply voltage is not enabled by parameter 47. 0 = External power unit supply disabled. such as a centrifuge or a fan. Undervoltage control disabled.03 0 1 SUPPLVOLTAUTO. This will act as a power-loss ride-through functionality in systems with high inertia.07 350.0 V 47. ensure that the brake resistor is installed. Defines the nominal supply voltage. If the DC voltage drops due to an input power cutoff. See section Rescue operation on page 140. Enables brake chopper control. Enable brake chopper control with resistor overload protection. Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145. keeping the DC link charged and preventing an undervoltage trip until the motor coasts to stop. By decreasing the motor torque. 47 Name/Value Description Settings for undervoltage control. FbEq 47 VOLTAGE CTRL 47.0…810.206 Parameters No. Selects a signal source that enables/disables the low voltage mode. Enables the undervoltage control of the intermediate DC link.02 UNDERVOLT CTRL Disable Enable 47. Note: The value of this parameter must be higher than (47. Auto-identification of supply voltage enabled.0 V 47. See section Rescue operation on page 140.) 10 = 1 V 0 1 47. the undervoltage controller will automatically decrease the motor torque in order to keep the voltage above the lower limit.Enables the auto-identification of the supply voltage.0 V Minimum DC voltage for the low voltage mode. 1 = Low voltage mode enabled. the inertia of the load will cause regeneration back to the drive. supply voltage and the low voltage mode. Brake chopper control disabled. 0 = Low voltage mode disabled. Maximum DC voltage for the low voltage mode. Maximum DC voltage for the low voltage mode.08 EXT PU SUPPLY 48 48 BRAKE CHOPPER 48. The drive has a built-in brake chopper.05 LOW VOLT MOD ENA 47. See section Rescue operation on page 140.01 BC ENABLE Configuration of the internal brake chopper. used with low DC supply voltages such as a battery. Note: Before enabling brake chopper control.03 SUPPLVOLTAUTO-ID. 250. Nominal supply voltage. See also ID Voltage control and trip limits on page 127. Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.06 LOW VOLT DC MIN + 50 V). Disable Enable Auto-identification of supply voltage disabled.) 1=1 1=1 LOW VOLT DC MAX 47. See section Rescue operation on page 140. Selects a signal source that enables/disables external power unit supply.0…450. 0 1 Disable EnableTherm .06 LOW VOLT DC MIN Minimum DC voltage for the low voltage mode. Undervoltage control enabled. 1 = External power unit supply enabled.04 SUPPLY VOLTAGE 0.0…1000.

These parameters need to be set only if a fieldbus adapter module is installed. 1 = Normal brake chopper IGBT modulation. Defines the resistance value of the brake resistor. Maximum continuous braking power. Selects how the drive reacts in a fieldbus communication break.0 Ohm 48. FbEq 2 48.Parameters 207 No. Selects the alarm limit for the brake resistor temperature supervision. the drive generates alarm BR OVERHEAT.02 BC RUN-TIME ENA Selects the source for quick run-time brake chopper control. the drive trips on fault BR OVERHEAT. 0…10000 s Brake resistor thermal time constant. if the resistor is equipped with a thermal circuit breaker that is wired to stop the drive if the resistor overheats.02 COMM LOSS FUNC No .0…10000.03 COMM LOSS T OUT. Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145. When the limit is exceeded. Basic settings for fieldbus communication.0 kW 48. 0 = Brake chopper IGBT pulses are cut off.07 BR TEMP ALARMLIM 0…150% 50 50 FIELDBUS 50.04 48.06 BR TEMP FAULTLIM 0…150% 48. Resistor temperature fault limit. Resistor temperature alarm limit. Defines the maximum continuous braking power which will raise the resistor temperature to the maximum allowed value. The value is used for brake chopper protection. The time delay is defined by parameter 50. for example. Resistance. Name/Value Enable Description Enable brake chopper control without resistor overload protection.04 BR POWER MAX CNT.05 R BR 0. Enables communication between the drive and fieldbus adapter. The overvoltage control is automatically switched off. Communication between drive and fieldbus adapter enabled.04 BR POWER MAX CNT. The value is given in percent of the temperature the resistor reaches when loaded with the power defined by parameter 48. No communication.1…1000. This setting can be used. When the limit is exceeded. This parameter can be used to program the chopper control to function only when the drive is operating in the generating mode.03 BRTHERMTIMECO Defines the thermal time constant of the brake resistor for NST overload protection. Selects the fault limit for the brake resistor temperature supervision. 0 0 1 1 = 1% 1 = 1% 10000 = 1 Ohm 10000 = 1 kW 1=1s BR POWER MAX CNT 0. The value is used in the overload protection. The value is given in percent of the temperature the resistor reaches when loaded with the power defined by parameter 48. Communication break detection disabled.) 48.01 FBA ENABLE Disable Enable 50.

Delay for fieldbus communication loss function. See parameter 50. Fieldbus adapter module uses torque reference scaling. Name/Value Fault Description Communication break detection active. the drive trips on fault FIELDBUS COMM and coasts to stop. Time count starts when the link fails to update the message. FbEq 1 Spd ref safe 2 Last speed 3 50.04 FBA REF1 MODESEL. integer value 10000 corresponds to 100% torque value). No scaling (ie.06 FBA ACT1 TR SRC. Signal 01. The source for the actual value. Selects the fieldbus reference FBA REF2 scaling.208 Parameters No.03 COMM LOSS T OUT 0. Speed reference scaling is defined by the used fieldbus profile (eg. Upon a communication break. Upon a communication break.) 50. Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145. is selected by parameter 50.02 SPEED REF SAFE.02 COMM LOSS FUNC is taken.5 s 10 = 1 s 50.06 FBA ACT1 TR SRC Selects the source for fieldbus actual value 1 when parameter 50.05 FBA REF2 MODESEL 50.04 FBA REF1 MODESEL Raw data 0 Torque 1 Speed 2 50. data is transmitted without scaling).06 TORQUE is sent to the fieldbus as an actual value. the drive generates alarm FIELDBUS COMM and sets the speed to the value defined by parameter 46. the drive generates alarm FIELDBUS COMM and freezes the speed to the level the drive was operating at. See the User’s manual of the appropriate fieldbus adapter module. See the User’s manual of the appropriate fieldbus adapter module.05 FBA REF2 MODESEL is set to Raw data. WARNING! Make sure that it is safe to continue operation in case of a communication break.05 FBA REF2 MODESEL is set to Raw data. The speed is determined by the average speed over the previous 10 seconds.) FBA ACT2 TR SRC Selects the source for fieldbus actual value 2 when parameter 50.01 SPEED ACT is sent to the fieldbus as an actual value.04 FBA REF1 MODESEL / 50. which is sent to the fieldbus (FBA ACT1).04 FBA REF1 MODESEL / 50. Torque reference scaling is defined by the used fieldbus profile (eg. Communication break detection active.3…6553.02 SPEED SCALING). with ABB Drives Profile. Selects the fieldbus reference FBA REF1 scaling and the actual value. Fieldbus adapter module uses speed reference scaling. Communication break detection active. which is sent to the fieldbus. WARNING! Make sure that it is safe to continue operation in case of a communication break. integer value 20000 corresponds to the value of parameter 25. Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145. Upon a communication break.07 . with ABB Drives Profile. Defines the time delay before the action defined by parameter 50. Signal 01.

Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145..) 50.02 51.09 FBA SW B13 SRC Selects the source for freely programmable fieldbus status word bit 29 (02.65535 .01 FBA TYPE (Fieldbus protocol) 51.. the value reverts automatically to DONE. where x = major revision number. Displays the parameter table revision of the fieldbus adapter module mapping file stored in the memory of the drive.13 FBA MAIN SW bit 29). y = minor revision number.) FbEq 50. Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is running. z = correction number. In format xyz.13 FBA MAIN SW bit 28). 1=1 1=1 0 1 1=1 51.) 50. Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145. After refreshing. Note that not all of these parameters are necessarily used. Displays the fieldbus protocol on the basis of the adapter module installed. Displays the drive type code of the fieldbus adapter module mapping file stored in the memory of the drive. Drive type code of fieldbus adapter module mapping file.27 BA PAR REFRESH DONE REFRESH 51. Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.0xFFFF 51. For more information.13 FBA MAIN SW bit 31).11 FBA SW B15 SRC Selects the source for freely programmable fieldbus status word bit 31 (02... . Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145..29 DRIVE TYPE CODE 0.26 FBA PAR2 FBA PAR26 Further fieldbus communication configuration.10 FBA SW B14 SRC Selects the source for freely programmable fieldbus status word bit 30 (02.26 are adapter module-specific.28 PAR TABLE VER 0x0000.. Refreshing done. Parameters 51. These parameters need to be set only if a fieldbus adapter module is installed. Parameter table revision. Note that this functionality may not be supported by the fieldbus communication profile.) 51 51 FBA SETTINGS 51.08 Name/Value FBA SW B12 SRC Description Selects the source for freely programmable fieldbus status word bit 28 (02. Note that this functionality may not be supported by the fieldbus communication profile. see the User’s manual of the fieldbus adapter module. Refreshing. 50. Fieldbus adapter for the stated protocol installed.Parameters 209 No. Note that this functionality may not be supported by the fieldbus communication profile. Note that this functionality may not be supported by the fieldbus communication profile.13 FBA MAIN SW bit 30).02…51. Validates any changed adapter module configuration parameter settings.

Not used. Adapter is on-line. Actual value 2 (32 bits).65535 Description Displays the fieldbus adapter module mapping file revision stored in the memory of the drive. 51. Adapter initializing. ... These parameters need to be set only if a fieldbus adapter module is installed.. Status Word (16 bits). Adapter configuration error – the major or minor revision code of the common program revision in the fieldbus adapter module is not the revision required by the module (see par.90A.. Actual value 1 (32 bits).07. Adapter is off-line.0xFFFF 51. xy = minor revision numbers.32 FBA COMM SW VER 4 5 6 0x0000.. In format axyz. IDLE EXEC. Example: 190A = revision 1.12 FBA DATA IN2 FBA DATA IN12 .01 FBA DATA IN1. z = correction letter. Actual value 2 (16 bits). Mapping file revision. where: a = major revision number. Common program revision of the adapter module Displays the application program revision of the adapter module.32 FBA COMM SW VER). In format axyz. Actual value 1 (16 bits). 51.02 52..0xFFFF 52 52 FBA DATA IN 52. Example: 190A = revision 1. INIT TIME OUT CONFIG ERROR Adapter not configured.. 1=1 1=1 1=1 0 1 2 3 OFF-LINE ON-LINE RESET 51. Adapter is performing a hardware reset. Example: 0x107 = revision 1. where a = major revision number.. In hexadecimal format. Selects data to be transferred from the drive to the fieldbus controller. xy = minor revision numbers. Parameter index.30 Name/Value MAPPING FILE VER 0.31 D2FBA COMM STA Displays the status of the fieldbus adapter module communication. 0 4 5 6 14 15 16 101…9999 . Displays the common program revision of the adapter module.33 FBA APPL SW VER 0x0000. or mapping file upload has failed more than three times. A timeout has occurred in the communication between the adapter and the drive... See 52. Application program revision of the adapter module Selection of the data to be sent by the drive to the fieldbus controller.90A. z = correction letter.210 Parameters No.01 FBA DATA IN1 0 4 5 6 14 15 16 101…9999 52. FbEq 1=1 51. Status Word (32 bits).

Defines the ID of the drive on the RS-485 network.. . Reference REF1 (32 bits).) Sets the baud rate on the network. the initial rate is 9600 baud. The drive is the master on the drive-to-drive link. Settings for an RS-485 network implemented using optional JPC-01 Network communication adapters. Drive-to-drive connection disabled. Reference REF1 (16 bits). The same setting must be used in all on-line stations.03 MDB PARITY 0…3 0 1 2 3 4 1= 1 57 D2D COMMUNICATION 57. For drives. 1=1 55 COMMUNICATION TOOL 55. 9600 baud 19200 baud 38400 baud 57600 baud Defines the use of parity bits.Parameters 211 No. Reference REF2 (16 bits). Each drive must have a dedicated ID number. At start-up.. See also section Drive-to-drive link on page 133. The drive is a follower on the drive-to-drive link. ID number.02 53.02 MDB BAUD RATE Auto 9600 19200 38400 57600 55. Only one drive can be the master at a time. Parameter index. Control Word (32 bits). and after a communication break. Note: This parameter must be set to AUTO if a control panel is used as the controlling device. The network enables the use of a single PC or control panel to control multiple drives. Baud rate is determined automatically. Number of parity bits. Control Word (16 bits).01 DATA OUT1. Drive-to-drive communication settings.01 LINK MODE Disabled Follower Master 57 0 1 2 . For more information. see JPC-01 network communication adapter user’s manual (3AUA0000072233 [English]). See 53.01 FBA DATA OUT1 0 1 2 3 11 12 13 1001…9999 53. (DriveStudio uses ID number 247. Not used. Reference REF2 (32 bits).12 55 FBA DATA OUT2 FBA DATAOUT12 0 1 2 3 11 12 13 1001…9999 .. These parameters need to be set only if a fieldbus adapter module is installed. use a number between 1 and 31. Selects data to be transferred from the fieldbus controller to the drive. Activates the drive-to-drive connection. 53 Name/Value Description Selection of the data to be sent by the fieldbus controller to the drive..01 MDB STATION ID 1…247 1=1 55. FbEq 53 FBA DATA OUT 53.

) Determines which signal the time levels of the drive are synchronised with.) Selects the source of the D2D control word sent to the followers.04. When a bit is set to 1. the action selected by parameter 57. as well as submasters (57. Sets the node address for a follower drive.212 Parameters No. For example. while the most significant bit represents follower 62. The default value is P. selects the source of D2D reference 2 broadcast to all followers. Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145. The default value is P.02. No synchronisation.03 NODE ADDRESS 1…62 57. selects the followers to be polled. ie. For example.08 FOLLOWER CW SRC 57. The least significant bit represents follower with node address 32.05 FOLLOWER MASK 2 1=1 0x00000000… 0xFFFFFFFF 57. 03.) On the master drive. FbEq 0 1 2 57.02 COMM LOSS FUNC is taken. Note: If the drive is set to be the master on the drive-to-drive link. as well as submasters in a multicast message chain (see parameter 57. Follower mask 2. ie.02 Name/Value COMM LOSS FUNC No Alarm Fault Description Selects how the drive acts when an erroneous drive-to-drive configuration or a communication break is detected.02 COMM LOSS FUNC is taken. If no response is received from a polled follower. the corresponding node address is polled.04 SPEEDREF RAMPED. An offset can be defined by parameter 57. selects the followers to be polled.07 REF 2 SRC 57. The least significant bit represents follower with node address 1. 02. this parameter has no effect (the master is automatically assigned node address 0). The default value is P.18 D2D FOLLOWER CW.11 REF 1 MSG TYPE). 57. The drive generates an alarm. Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145. Protection inactive. On the master drive. ie.06 REF 1 SRC 1=1 57.13. Each follower must have a dedicated node address.13 TORQ REF TO TC. No address.11 REF 1 MSG TYPE).03. followers 1 and 2 are polled when this parameter is set to the value of 0x3. Follower mask 1. The parameter is effective on the master drive. while the most significant bit represents follower 31. Selects the source of D2D reference 1 sent to the followers. the action selected by parameter 57. On the master drive.03.12 REF1 MC GROUP) in a multicast message chain (see parameter 57.04 FOLLOWER MASK 1 1=1 0x00000000… 0xFFFFFFFF 57. If no response is received from a polled follower. When a bit is set to 1.10 KERNEL SYNC OFFS if desired. The drive trips on a fault. The parameter is effective on the master drive. Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.09 KERNEL SYNC MODE NoSync 0 .18.03 NODE ADDRESS = 57. followers 32 and 33 are polled when this parameter is set to the value of 0x3. the corresponding node address is polled. 03.

13 NEXT REF1 MC GRP 0…62 57. the parameter has no effect in the followers.08 FOLLOWER CW SRC and 57.11 REF 1 MSG TYPE. the drive time levels will lead. Multicast group (0 = none). Note: Reference 2 is broadcast to all followers. See parameter 57.10 KERNEL SYNC OFFS -4. This parameter is effective only in the master or in submasters (followers in which parameters 57. If the drive is the master on a drive-to-drive link. Name/Value D2DSync Description If the drive is the master on a drive-to-drive link. in drive-to-drive communication. The control word and reference 1 are sent by the master to all followers.13 NEXT REF1 MC GRP. it broadcasts a synchronisation signal to the follower(s).11 REF 1 MSG TYPE 1000 = 1 ms Broadcast 0 Ref1 MC Grps 1 57.999…5. Specifies the next multicast group of drives the multicast message is relayed to. By default. In the master. follower relaying the message to other followers). Total number of links in multicast message chain. this setting has no effect. it synchronises its firmware time levels to the signal received from the master. the sources for the control word and reference 1 are selected by parameters 57. See parameter 57. with a negative value. and broadcasts the signal on the drive-to-drive link.12 REF1 MC GROUP are set to the same value). The message can then be further relayed to another group of drives to form a multicast chain.03 NODE ADDRESS and 57.000 ms 57. See parameter 57.12 REF1 MC GROUP are set to the same value) to form a multicast chain. Synchronisation offset. If the master has this setting. FbEq 1 FBsync FBToD2DSync 2 3 57. The drive synchronises its firmware time levels to a synchronisation signal received through a fieldbus adapter. This parameter enables multicasting.11 REF 1 MSG TYPE. Selects the multicast group the drive belongs to. If the drive is a follower. it synchronises its firmware time levels to a synchronisation signal received from a fieldbus adapter. the master broadcasts the drive-to-drive control word and references 1 and 2 to all followers.14 NR REF1 MC GRPS 1=1 1…62 1=1 .11 REF 1 MSG TYPE. This setting can also used in submasters (followers in which parameters 57. ie. Defines an offset between the synchronisation signal received and the time levels of the drive.12 REF1 MC GROUP 0…62 1=1 57. Note: This parameter is only effective in the master. sending the drive-to-drive control word and reference 1 to a certain drive or group of drives. Sets the number of drives sending messages in the message chain. as well as any submaster (ie. The value is typically equal to the number of multicast groups in the chain assuming that the last drive is NOT sending an acknowledgement to the master. Next multicast group in message chain. The drive-to-drive control word and reference 1 are only sent to the drives in the multicast group specified by parameter 57.Parameters 213 No.06 REF 1 SRC respectively. If the drive is a follower.03 NODE ADDRESS and 57. With a positive value. the drive time levels will lag behind the synchronisation signal.

06 FEED CONST NUM and 60. Selects the source for the actual position value. Scaling factor: according to parameters 60. the range also depends on parameter 60. 60.214 Parameters No. Linear motion. Defines the denominator for the load encoder gear function. Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is running. Scaling factor: according to parameters 60.06 FEED CONST NUM and 60. An FMBA module installed in JCU option slot 2 is used. 1=1 Revolution Degree Meter Inch 0 1 2 3 . Scaling factor: 1.03 LOAD GEAR MUL 60. In special cases (such as harsh operating conditions). Unit: degree.15 Name/Value D2D COMM PORT Description Defines the hardware to which the drive-to-drive link is connected.07 FEED CONST DEN. Selects the positioning axis.07 FEED CONST DEN settings. Note: If translatory (m. Encoder 1. An FMBA module installed in JCU option slot 3 is used. the galvanic isolation provided by the RS-485 interface of the FMBA module may make for more robust communication than the standard drive-to-drive connection. Connector X5 on the JCU Control Unit is used. See also sections Motor encoder gear on page 135 and Load encoder gear on page 136. The scaling factor is equal to one revolution.06 FEED CONST NUM and 60. Scaling factor: 360. Inverted gear ratio is considered when the position control output (speed reference) is produced.01 POS ACT SEL ENC1 ENC2 60. Unit: revolution.03 LOAD GEAR MUL 0 1 = Load speed Encoder 1/2 speed 1=1 -2147483647 …2147483647 60. Selects the unit and scaling for the position parameters.04 LOAD GEAR DIV 1…2147483647 60. Denominator for load encoder gear. Configuration of drive position feedback. Encoder 2. Rotating motion.07 FEED CONST DEN.05 POS UNIT Numerator for load encoder gear. Defines the numerator for the load encoder gear function.03 LOAD GEAR MUL. 57.04 LOAD GEAR DIV FbEq on-board Slot 1 Slot 2 Slot 3 60 0 1 2 3 60 POS FEEDBACK 60. An FMBA module installed in JCU option slot 1 is used. Inverted gear ratio is considered when the position control output (speed reference) is produced. Unit: inch. Unit: meter. inch) unit is selected. See parameter 60.02 POS AXIS MODE 0 1 Linear Rollover 60.

02 GEAR RATIO 0.0…25. See also section Speed reference selection and scaling on page 97. See also parameter 25. together with parameter 60. The bit combination of parameters 80.06 FEED CONST NUM 60. 80. Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.01 NOMINAL SPEED 0.000 80. 1=1 FEED CONST DEN Defines. Nominal speed. Defines the nominal speed reference used in the normal travel mode. Defines the sheave diameter of the lift system. Defines the roping ratio of the lift system.05 POS UNIT (ie. Parameters related to speed reference selection and scaling. the internal motor shaft references remain unchanged.07 determines the speed reference when neither the evacuation mode nor the inspection mode is active.001…1000. Note: Parameters 60.07 Feed constant numerator.07 FEED CONST DEN also affect the positioning parameters. 60. together with parameter 60. when linear positioning has been selected with 60. Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.) 1=1 1 = 1 mm 1000 = 1 100 = 1 m/s 1=1 80 80 LIFT SPEED REF 80. 60. If the feed constant is changed. Sheave diameter in millimeters. The bit combination of parameters 80.06 SPEED REF SEL2 Selects the source for speed reference selection pointer 2.06 and 80.07 FEED CONST DEN. FbEq 1…2147483647 60.06 FEED CONST NUM and 60.05 POS UNIT.05 ROPING RATIO 1…8 SPEED REF SEL1 80. System roping ratio. The feed constant is the distance the load moves during one turn of the motor shaft (2pr).03 SHEAVE DIAMETER 1…10000 mm 80.07 determines the speed reference when neither the evacuation mode nor the inspection mode is active. Gear box ratio.02 SPEED SCALING. Defines the gear box ratio used in m/s to rpm conversions and vice versa.05. However.04 80. the feed constant for the position calculation.06 FEED CONST NUM.05. the feed constant for the position calculation: 60. 1…2147483647 Feed constant denominator. parameter is set to Meter or Inch).00 m/s 80.06 and 80. Selects the source for speed reference selection pointer 1. positioning references are re-calculated and the limits are changed.07 FEED CONST DEN The feed constant converts rotational motion into translatory motion.06 Name/Value FEED CONST NUM Description Defines. 80.) .Parameters 215 No.

216 Parameters No. it is driven back to the floor level using the releveling mode. this speed reference can also be defined to be used in the normal travel mode when the bit combination of parameters 80. Inspection speed reference.05. Defines the speed reference to be used in the normal travel mode when the bit combination of parameters 80.07 AI2 SCALED) selected as the source of the releveling speed reference. Can be used for stopping the lift in the normal travel mode. AI1 signal (02. When the floor switch is hit. 80. This is an additional speed reference which can be defined to be used instead of the nominal speed based on the floor distance.06 and 80.05.05 AI1 SCALED) selected as the source of the releveling speed reference. Used when the bit combination of parameters 80.06 and 80. Defines the speed reference to be used during leveling.89 EVACUATION MODE.00…25. when the bit combination of parameters 80.00 m/s 80.05.07 is 101.05.07 is 001.07 is 010.00…25.00 m/s 80.14 EVACUATION SPEED 0. Defines the speed reference to be used when the evacuation mode is enabled with parameter 10.13 INSPECTION SPEED 0. Defines the speed reference to be used in the normal travel mode when the bit combination of parameters 80.09 LEVELING SPEED 0. 100 = 1 m/s 80. This is an additional speed reference which can be defined to be used instead of the nominal speed based on the floor distance. Cannot be set by the user. 80.07 determines the speed reference when neither the evacuation mode nor the inspection mode is active. If the inspection mode is not in use.06 and 80. 100 = 1 m/s 100 = 1 m/s 100 = 1 m/s 100 = 1 m/s 100 = 1 m/s 0 1 2 80.) FbEq 80. Medium speed reference.15 SPEED2 0.00…25.00…25. 80.92 INSPECTION MODE.10 RELVL SPEED SEL.06 and 80. 80.00 m/s .06 and 80.11 RELEVELING SPEED selected as the source of the releveling speed reference.00…25. Speed2. ie. the drive decelerates to the leveling speed. 80. Releveling speed reference.05.00 m/s 80.12 MEDIUM SPEED 0. 80.05.11 RELEVELING SPEED 0.00 m/s 80.07 is 001. Bit pointer: CONST or POINTER (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.06 and 80.00…25. Defines the speed reference to be used when the inspection mode is enabled with parameter 10.11 AI1 SCALED AI2 SCALED Parameter 80. If the lift overshoots the floor level. The bit combination of parameters 80. PAR 80. Evacuation speed reference.10 RELVL SPEED SEL Selects the source of the speed reference to be used in the releveling mode. 80. Leveling speed reference.08 SPEED1 A factory-set zero speed reference (0 m/s) to be used when the bit combination of parameters 80. AI2 signal (02.00 m/s 80.07 is 110. Defines the speed reference to be used in the releveling mode when selected as the source of parameter 80.07 is 000. 80.06 and 80.05.07 Name/Value SPEED REF SEL3 Description Selects the source for speed reference selection pointer 3.

Defines the time period for extending the speed3 reference (parameter 80. Speed3 off-delay. The inverter limit bits are: • Bit 0 MINIMUM TORQUE • Bit 1 MAXIMUM TORQUE • Bit 2 INTERNAL CURRENT • Bit 3 LOAD ANGLE • Bit 4 MOTOR PULLOUT Inverter limit bit selection FbEq 0.00…25. inverter overload.16 SPEED3). Speed2 is used further for the duration of this time period. Defines the lift speed limit for activating the extended offdelay time periods defined with parameters 80.01 INV OVERLOAD SEL 81 0x0000…0xFFFF 1=1 . motor stall and leveling overtime stop. Defines the time period for extending the medium speed reference (parameter 80.18 SPEED2 OFF DLY 100 = 1 m/s 0.07 is 001.0 s 10 = 1 s 81 LIFT SUPERVISION 81. Speed3. See also section Protection functions on page 119. even if it was deactivated by the speed reference selection bits.0 s 80.0…5. even if it was deactivated by the speed reference selection bits. The medium speed reference is used further for the duration of this time period. Medium speed off-delay.06 and 80.Parameters 217 No.00…25. Defines the time period for extending the nominal speed reference (parameter 80.0…5. 80. even if it was deactivated by the speed reference selection bits.21 SPEED3 OFF DLY 10 = 1 s 0. Defines the time period for extending the speed2 reference (parameter 80.16 Name/Value SPEED3 Description Defines the speed reference to be used in the normal travel mode when the bit combination of parameters 80. Speed2 off-delay.15 SPEED2). Off-delay speed limit.05.0…5.00 m/s 80.00 m/s 80.02 has elapsed.0 s 80. The nominal speed reference is used further for the duration of this time period. Defines the inverter limit bits to be monitored by the Inverter overload function. and the time delay defined with parameter 81.17 OFF DLY SPD LIM 100 = 1 m/s 0.19 MED SPD OFF DLY 10 = 1 s 0.18 …80. The delay periods are used only when the lift speed is lower than this limit. 80.20 NOM SPD OFF DLY 10 = 1 s 0.0…5.07 TORQ LIM STATUS are used for generating fault INV OVERLOAD. Nominal speed off-delay. even if it was deactivated by the speed reference selection bits. When the bit value = 1.21. Speed3 is used further for the duration of this time period. This is an additional speed reference which can be defined to be used instead of the nominal speed based on the floor distance. The drive trips on fault INV OVERLOAD if it exceeds any of the inverter limits while the motor is in the generating mode and generating more than 10% of the motor nominal power and running at an actual speed greater than 5% of the motor nominal speed.01 NOMINAL SPEED). the corresponding bits in signal 06. Parameters related to speed match.0 s 80.12 MEDIUM SPEED).

the drive has exceeded the torque limits defined with parameters 81.09 STALL SPEED LIM 0. See also parameter 81.06 TORQUE) is greater than this value and the motor actual speed is lower than the value defined with parameter 81. Defines the minimum torque limit for generating fault MOTOR STALL. See also parameter 81. If the torque actual (01.0…10.09 STALL SPEED LIM. Speed match function disabled.05 SPD RMP DEV LVL Defines the absolute speed deviation level for the ramp state (during acceleration/deceleration).0 s Description Defines the time delay for generating fault INV OVERLOAD after the drive has exceeded any of the inverter limits defined with parameter 81. Defines the time delay for generating fault MOTOR STALL when the drive has exceeded the maximum or minimum torque limits defined with parameters 81.08 STALL TORQ MIN LIM.0% 81. Fault MOTOR STALL is generated when the motor actual speed (01.10 STALL FAULT DLY 0. and the time delay defined with this parameter has elapsed.08 STALL TORQ MIN.05 SPD RMP DEV LVL in the ramp state.218 Parameters No. and the time delay defined with 81.03 SPEED MATCH DISABLED ENABLED 81. 81.0 s 81.10 STALL FAULT DLY has elapsed.10 STALL FAULT DLY. Minimum torque limit for generating fault MOTOR STALL. Enables/disables the Speed match function. The fault is generated when the speed error is higher than defined with parameter 81. Speed limit for the Motor stall function.06 0. fault MOTOR STALL is generated after the period defined with parameter 81.00 m/s Ramp state speed deviation level.0 s . Defines the time delay for generating fault SPEED MATCH.07 STALL TORQ MAX 0.09 STALL SPEED LIM.10 STALL FAULT DLY.0…0. FbEq 10 = 1 s 0 1 81.0…5. Time delay for generating fault INV OVERLOAD.02 Name/Value INV OVERLOAD DLY 0. Steady state speed deviation level.04 SPD STD DEV LVL 0.08 STALL TORQ MIN -250. Defines the speed limit for the Motor stall function.01 INV OVERLOAD SEL. The Motor stall function is enabled when the value of this parameter is > 0.00…10.07 STALL TORQ MAX and 81. If the torque actual (01. Speed match function enabled. Time delay for generating fault SPEED MATCH.04 SPD STD DEV LVL in the steady state or defined with parameter 81. Time delay for generating fault MOTOR STALL.07 STALL TORQ MAX and 81. Defines the absolute speed deviation level for the steady state. fault MOTOR STALL is generated after the period defined with parameter 81.00…10.06 TORQUE) is smaller than this value and the motor actual speed is lower than the value defined with parameter 81.06 SPEED MATCH DLY.01 SPEED ACT) is lower than this value.0% 81.0…5.00 m/s 100 = 1 m/s 81.00 m/s 81. 10 = 1 s 100 = 1 m/s 10 = 1% 10 = 1% 10 = 1 s 100 = 1 m/s SPEED MATCH DLY 81. Defines the maximum torque limit for generating fault MOTOR STALL. Maximum torque limit for generating fault MOTOR STALL. 0.06 SPEED MATCH DLY.0…250.00…25.

01 STATIC FRIC TRQ 0. Defines the static friction of the system in percentage of the motor nominal torque.05 AI1 SCALED or 02. Defines the value for speed point 3 used for calculating the dynamic friction.00…25. Defines the value for friction torque 1 used for calculating the dynamic friction.11 Name/Value LVL MAX TIME Description Defines the maximum time the drive can run at the leveling speed.00 m/s 82.00 % 82. See also sections Actual load measurement on page 110 and Torque compensation on page 113. The source can be either 02.04 DYN FRIC SPEED3 0. Defines the lift system’s or lift load’s moment of inertia calculated during start-up.02 DYN FRIC SPEED1. Friction torque 1. Selects the source for the load weight signal.00 m/s 82. the Leveling overtime stop function activates an emergency stop command (OFF3).07 AI2 SCALED.08 LOAD WEIGHT SEL). as selected by parameter 82. Static friction in percentage of the motor nominal torque.00…25.00 % 82.05 DYN FRIC TORQ1 0. Speed point 1. Defines the value for friction torque 3 used for calculating the dynamic friction.06 DYN FRIC TORQ2 0.02 DYN FRIC SPEED1 0.08 LOAD WEIGHT SEL 100 = 1% 100 = 1 m/s 100 = 1 m/s 100 = 1 m/s 100 = 1% 100 = 1% 100 = 1% 82.00 % 82. 10000 = 1 kgm2 0 1 82. Moment of inertia.0000… 32767. The function is enabled when the value of this parameter is > 0.Parameters 219 No. 100 = 1 . Friction torque 3.00…100.00…25.0 s 82 10 = 1 s 82 TORQUE COMP 82. Defines the value for friction torque 2 used for calculating the dynamic friction. Defines the value for speed point 1 used for calculating the dynamic friction (see the graph in section Dynamic friction compensation on page 114). If the stop command has not been received before this time period elapses. 0.) FbEq 0. Inertia compensation function is enabled.00 Load weight signal at no load. 81.03 DYN FRIC SPEED2 0.00…100. Friction torque 2.11 WEIGHT NO LOAD Defines the value of the load weight signal at no load (02.00…32767. See parameter 82.02 DYN FRIC SPEED1. Speed point 2.0000 kgm2 82. Actual load.10 MOMENT OF INERT 0. Speed point 3.07 AI2 SCALED. Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145.09 INERTIA COMP EN Enables/disables the Inertia compensation function.00…100.00…200.0…25.05 AI1 SCALED or 02. DISABLED ENABLED Inertia compensation function is disabled. See parameter 82.07 DYN FRIC TORQ3 0. Defines the value for speed point 2 used for calculating the dynamic friction. Maximum leveling time for the Leveling overtime stop function.00 m/s 82. friction and inertia compensation torque calculations.00 % 82.

Activates the communication to optional encoder/resolver interface 1.01 SMART SLOWDN SEL NOT SEL ESTIMATED 83 0 1 ENCODER 2 83. Defines the value of the load weight signal at full load (02.00…100.00 Description Defines the value of the load weight signal at half load (02. when position values used in emulation are determined by the drive software. as selected by parameter 82.12 Name/Value WEIGHT HALF LOAD 0.00…32767.00…300. Note: It is recommended that encoder interface 1 is used whenever possible. emulation.14 TORQUE NO LOAD -300. Inactive. Smart slowdown function is enabled with an encoder.00% TORQUE HALF LOAD -300.05 AI1 SCALED or 02.00…100. The distance traveled is calculated by integrating the actual speed. Defines the torque used when the lift is running with full load (01. Enables/disables the Smart slowdown function.15 100 = 1% 82. Smart slowdown function is not enabled.08 LOAD WEIGHT SEL).00 100 = 1 82.12 POS ACT).02 is used as the safety distance when the Smart slowdown function is enabled. Defines what percentage of parameter 83.00 m SAFETY MARGIN 100 = 1 m 83.02 LV STOP SWC DIST 0. as selected by parameter 82. See also section Smart slowdown on page 105.08 LOAD WEIGHT SEL).00% TORQUE FULL LOAD -300. Half load torque. since the data received through that interface is fresher than the data received through interface 2.00…300.07 AI2 SCALED. Safety margin in percentages. Defines the torque used when the lift is running with no load (01. Load weight signal at half load.00…32767.00…300. Defines the distance between leveling and stopping switches. Settings for encoder activation. Full load torque.06 TORQUE).16 100 = 1% 83 SMART SLOWDOWN 83. On the other hand. FbEq 100 = 1 82. Parameters related to the Smart slowdown function.05 AI1 SCALED or 02.03 0. Defines the torque used when the lift is running with half load (01.06 TORQUE). 82. the use of encoder interface 2 is recommended as the values are transmitted earlier through interface 2 than through interface 1. No load torque. Load weight signal at full load. Safety distance is the distance which must be run with the steady state leveling speed.01 ENCODER 1 SEL None 0 . Smart slowdown function is enabled with the estimated speed.00% 100 = 1% 82.220 Parameters No. TTL echo.13 WEIGHT FULL LOAD 0.06 TORQUE). Distance between leveling and stopping switches.07 AI2 SCALED. and communication fault detection.00% 90 100 = 1% 90 ENC MODULE SEL 90. The distance traveled is based on the actual position of the encoder (01.

Activates the communication to the optional encoder/resolver interface 2.01 ENCODER 1 SEL. Encoder emulation can be used to increase or decrease the pulse number when TTL encoder data is transmitted via the TTL output.22 EMUL POS REF. the emulation overrides the echo. The position difference is the difference between the latest and the previous position values. Communication active.02 ENCODER 2 SEL. See parameter group 93 PULSE ENC CONF. See parameter group 93 PULSE ENC CONF. Module type: FEN-01 TTL Encoder interface Module. See parameter group 93 PULSE ENC CONF. Because the software causes a delay. FbEq 1 FEN-01 TTL 2 FEN-11 ABS 3 FEN-11 TTL 4 FEN-21 RES 5 FEN-21 TTL 6 FEN-31 HTL 7 90. Input: TTL encoder input (X51). a calculated position difference is transformed to a corresponding number of TTL pulses to be transmitted via the TTL output. Communication active. See parameter group 93 PULSE ENC CONF. Name/Value FEN-01 TTL+ Description Communication active. Communication active. Module type: FEN-21 Resolver Interface. Communication active.21 EMUL PULSE NR. Communication active. See parameter group 91 ABSOL ENC CONF. See parameter group 92 RESOLVER CONF. Input: Resolver input (X52).01 ENCODER 1 SEL or 90. Input: TTL encoder input with commutation support (X32). Module type: FEN-01 TTL Encoder interface Module. eg. Module type: FEN-11 Absolute Encoder Interface.Parameters 221 No. Input: TTL encoder input (X41). Module type: FEN-31 HTL Encoder Interface. see parameter 90. See parameter group 93 PULSE ENC CONF. Input: HTL encoder input (X82). the corresponding selection must be activated either with parameter 90.02 ENCODER 2 SEL 1=1 90. Note: The counting of full shaft revolutions is not supported for encoder 2. If the pulse number requires no alternation. If an encoder input is selected as the emulation source.03 EMUL MODE SEL Enables encoder emulation and selects the position value and the TTL output used in the emulation process. Input: Absolute encoder input (X42). See parameter group 93 PULSE ENC CONF. For selections. In encoder emulation. to another drive. 0 Disabled . The TTL encoder pulse number used in emulation must be defined by parameter 93. Drive software is recommended to be used only with position reference emulation. it is recommended that the actual position is always taken from an encoder. the source for the used position is selected by parameter 93. use encoder echo for data transformation. Communication active. Module type: FEN-11 Absolute Encoder Interface. Input: TTL encoder input (X31). Module type: FEN-21 Resolver Interface. Note: If encoder emulation and echo are enabled for the same FEN-xx TTL output.04 TTL ECHO SEL. See parameter 90. Emulation disabled. If the drive software position is used. The position value used in emulation can be either a position determined by the drive software or a position measured by an encoder.

Module type: FEN-11 Absolute Encoder Interface. Module type: FEN-21 Resolver Interface. Emulation: Drive software position (source selected by par. Emulation: FEN-01 TTL encoder input (X32) position is emulated to FEN-01 TTL output. Module type: FEN-01 TTL Encoder interface Module. Enables and selects the interface for the TTL encoder signal echo.22 EMUL POS REF) is emulated to FEN-11 TTL output. Module type: FEN-11 Absolute Encoder Interface. Module type: FEN-31 HTL Encoder Interface. Emulation: FEN-11 absolute encoder input (X42) position is emulated to FEN-11 TTL output. Echo: TTL encoder input (X32) pulses are echoed to the TTL output. Module type: FEN-21 Resolver Interface. Emulation: Drive software position (source selected by par. the emulation overrides the echo. Note: If encoder emulation and echo are enabled for the same FEN-xx TTL output. Emulation: FEN-21 TTL encoder input (X51) position is emulated to FEN-21 TTL output. Emulation: FEN-01 TTL encoder input (X31) position is emulated to FEN-01 TTL output. Module type: FEN-01 TTL Encoder Interface. Module type: FEN-11 Absolute Encoder Interface. Echo: TTL encoder input (X41) pulses are echoed to the TTL output. Emulation: Drive software position (source selected by par.22 EMUL POS REF) is emulated to FEN-31 TTL output.04 TTL ECHO SEL Disabled FEN-01 TTL+ FEN-01 TTL FEN-11 TTL FEN-21 TTL FEN-31 HTL . 93. Emulation: FEN-31 HTL encoder input (X82) position is emulated to FEN-31 TTL output. Emulation: 6 FEN-11 TTL encoder input (X41) position is emulated to FEN11 TTL output. 0 1 2 3 4 5 7 FEN-21 SWref FEN-21 RES 8 FEN-21 TTL 9 FEN-31 SWref 10 FEN-31 HTL 11 90. TTL echo disabled. Module type: FEN-01 TTL Encoder interface Module. Echo: TTL encoder input (X51) pulses are echoed to the TTL output. Module type: FEN-21 Resolver Interface. FbEq 1 FEN-01 TTL+ 2 FEN-01 TTL 3 FEN-11 SWref 4 FEN-11 ABS 5 FEN-11 TTL Module type: FEN-11 Absolute Encoder Interface. Module type: FEN-21 Resolver Interface. Echo: TTL encoder input (X31) pulses are echoed to the TTL output.222 Parameters No.22 EMUL POS REF) is emulated to FEN-21 TTL output. 93. Name/Value FEN-01 SWref Description Module type: FEN-01 TTL Encoder interface Module.22 EMUL POS REF) is emulated to FEN-01 TTL output. Emulation: FEN-21 resolver input (X52) position is emulated to FEN-21 TTL output. Emulation: Drive software position (source selected by par. Echo: HTL encoder input (X82) pulses are echoed to the TTL output. 93. Module type: FEN-01 TTL Encoder Interface. Module type: FEN-31 HTL Encoder Interface. 93. Module type: FEN-31 HTL Encoder Interface.

Serial interface: Tamagawa 17/33-bit encoder. this functionality is only available with the absolute encoder input of the FEN-11 based on sine/cosine incremental signals. The drive trips on an ENCODER 1/2 CABLE fault. Selects the source for the encoder absolute position. See parameter 91.30 ENDAT MODE. Cable fault detection inactive.01 SPEED FB SEL). Reconfigure. Number of sine/cosine wave cycles within one revolution. Serial interface: SSI encoder. Serial interface: HIPERFACE encoder.05 Name/Value ENC CABLE FAULT Description Selects the action in case an encoder cable fault is detected by the FEN-xx encoder interface.02 ABS ENC INTERF None Commut sig Endat Hiperface SSI Tamag. this parameter may be overridden by parameter 22.01) × Maximum speed in rpm 60 FbEq No Fault Warning 0 1 2 90. 17/33B . • When the encoder input is used for speed feedback (see 22. 0 1 2 3 4 5 1=1 0 1 Done Configure 91 91 ABSOL ENC CONF 91. Not selected.10 ENC PAR REFRESH Setting this parameter to 1 forces a reconfiguration of the FEN-xx interfaces.Parameters 223 No. 90.01 SINE COSINE NR 0…65535 91. 91.02 ENCODER 2 SEL is set to FEN-11 ABS. The value will automatically revert to DONE. and with the HTL input of the FEN-31. This is the recommended setting if the maximum pulse frequency of sine/cosine incremental signals exceeds 100 kHz. Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is running.01 ENCODER 1 SEL / 90. Serial interface: EnDat encoder. Note: This parameter does not need to be set when EnDat or SSI encoders are used in the continuous mode. the signals may attenuate enough to invoke the function.09 SPEED FB FAULT. Absolute encoder configuration. Defines the number of sine/cosine wave cycles within one revolution. Commutation signals. which is needed for any parameter changes in groups 90…93 to take effect. The maximum pulse frequency can be calculated as follows: Pulses per revolution (par. used when parameter 90. at high frequencies. Refreshing done. The drive generates an ENCODER 1/2 CABLE warning. Notes: • At the time of printing.25 SSI MODE / 91.

when parameter 91. 4800 bits/s. When parameter 91.20 SSI CLOCK CYCLES 0 1 2 3 1=1 2…127 91. when parameter 91. SSI message length.04 POS DATA BITS 1=1 0…32 91. 17/33B). Position data MSB location (bit number).21 SSI POSITION MSB 1=1 1…126 1=1 .02 ABS ENC INTERF is set to SSI. Zero pulse enabled.02 ABS ENC INTERF is set to Endat. Defines the transfer rate of the link for HIPERFACE encoder (ie. Defines the length of the SSI message. HIPERFACE encoder node address. When parameter 91. 4096 revolutions => 12 bits. or SSI. Odd parity indication bit. Even parity indication bit. when parameter 91.224 Parameters No.02 ABS ENC INTERF is set to Hiperface). Defines the number of bits used within one revolution when parameter 91. 17/33B. Defines the use of parity and stop bit(s) for HIPERFACE encoder (ie.02 ABS ENC INTERF is set to Endat. Typically this parameter does not need to be set. 32768 positions per revolution => 15 bits. 91. ie. Used with SSI encoders. when parameter 91. or SSI. one stop bit. Typically this parameter does not need to be set. Hiperface. Number of bits used within one revolution. the zero pulse does not exist. Zero pulse can be used for position latching. Number of bits used in revolution count. 17/ 33B. FbEq 0…32 91. one stop bit. Defines the node address for HIPERFACE encoder (ie.10 HIPERFACE PARITY 0 1 Odd Even 91. Note: With serial interfaces (that is. setting this parameter to a non-zero value activates multiturn data requesting.02 ABS ENC INTERF is set to Hiperface).02 ABS ENC INTERF is set to Endat. when parameter 91.02 is set to Tamag. Used when parameter 91.02 ABS ENC INTERF is set to Hiperface). ie.12 HIPERF NODE ADDR 0…255 91. Hiperface. Defines the location of the MSB (main significant bit) of the position data within an SSI message. this parameter is internally set to 17. Eg. The number of cycles can be calculated by adding 1 to the number of the bits in an SSI message frame. Eg.05 REFMARK ENA 1=1 FALSE TRUE 91. Enables the encoder zero pulse for the absolute encoder input (X42) of an FEN-11 module (if present). Typically this parameter does not need to be set. when parameter 91. SSI or Tamag. 38400 bits/s. 9600 bits/s. Hiperface. Used with SSI encoders. The length is defined as the number of clock cycles.03 Name/Value REV COUNT BITS Description Defines the number of bits used in revolution counting with multiturn encoders. 19200 bits/s.11 HIPERF BAUDRATE 0 1 4800 9600 19200 38400 91.02 ABS ENC INTERF is set to SSI. Zero pulse disabled.02 is set to Tamag.

Note: Parameter needs to be set only when an SSI encoder is used in the continuous mode. 200 µs. Note: This parameter needs to be set only when an SSI encoder is used in the continuous mode.25 SSI MODE Initial pos. 0 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 0 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 0 1 91. Incorrect synchronization may cause an error of ±1 incremental period.24 SSI BAUD RATE 10 kbit/s 50 kbit/s 100 kbit/s 200 kbit/s 500 kbit/s 1000 kbit/s 91.22 Name/Value SSI REVOL MSB Description Defines the location of the MSB (main significant bit) of the revolution count within an SSI message. Revolution count MSB location (bit number). 1 ms. SSI encoder without incremental sin/cos signals (supported only as encoder 1).02 ABS ENC INTERF is set to SSI. The parameter is used to adjust the synchronization of the SSI position data and the position based on sine/cosine incremental signals. when parameter 91. 10 kbit/s.02 ABS ENC INTERF to SSI.02 ABS ENC INTERF is set to SSI). 100 kbit/s. ie.23 1=1 SSI DATA FORMAT Selects the data format for an SSI encoder (ie.02 ABS ENC INTERF to SSI. SSI encoder without incremental sin/cos signals (supported only as encoder 1). Continuous 91. 91. 315–45 degrees. Defines the phase angle within one sine/cosine signal period that corresponds to the value of zero on the SSI serial link data. 1000 kbit/s. when parameter 91. 45–135 degrees.02 ABS ENC INTERF is set to SSI.27 SSI ZERO PHASE 315–45 deg 45–135 deg .Parameters 225 No. ie. when parameter 91. FbEq 1…126 91. Used with SSI encoders. Note: This parameter needs to be set only when an SSI encoder with sine/cosine incremental signals is used in the initial position mode. Single position transfer mode (initial position) Continuous position transfer mode. Selects the SSI encoder mode. The SSI encoder is selected by setting parameter 91. Selects the baud rate for an SSI encoder (ie. 100 µs. binary gray Binary code. 200 kbit/s. 50 µs. ie.26 SSI TRANSMIT CYC 50 us 100 us 200 us 500 us 1 ms 2 ms 91. Gray code. 500 kbit/s. 500 µs. 50 kbit/s. 2 ms. The SSI encoder is selected by setting parameter 91. Selects the transmission cycle for an SSI encoder.

10 µs. channel A). 1 ms. Defines the frequency of the excitation signal. *When the single track mode has been selected by parameter 93. Single position transfer mode (initial position). channels A and B). * Note: When the single track mode has been selected by parameter 93. Continuous 91. Note: This parameter needs to be set only when an EnDat encoder is used in the continuous mode.02 ABS ENC INTERF to Endat. FbEq 2 3 91.0…12.03 ENC1 SP CALCMODE A&B all 93 1=1 0 1 0 .30 ENDAT MODE Initial pos. EnDat encoder without incremental sin/cos signals (supported only as encoder 1). Quadrature encoder (two channels. used when parameter 90.02 ENC1 TYPE. Excitation signal frequency.02 ENC1 PULSE NR 0…65535 ENC1 TYPE Quadrature single track 93. ie.0 Vrms 92. Excitation signal amplitude. 225–315 degrees. setting 0 acts like setting 1.31 ENDAT MAX CALC 0 1 10 us 100 us 1 ms 50 ms 92 0 1 2 3 92 RESOLVER CONF 92. 50 ms. The EnDat encoder is selected by setting parameter 91. TTL/HTL input and TTL output configuration. Number of pole pairs. Resolver configuration. ie.01 RESOLV POLEPAIRS 1…32 92.02 ENC1 TYPE. Selects the speed calculation mode for encoder 1. 100 µs. Pulses per revolution for encoder 1. Continuous position data transfer mode. Note: This parameter needs to be set only when an EnDat encoder is used in the continuous mode. Selects the EnDat encoder mode. Selects the maximum encoder calculation time for an EnDat encoder. Channel B: Defines the direction of rotation. the speed is always positive. Name/Value 135–225 deg 225–315 deg Description 135–225 degrees.02 ABS ENC INTERF to Endat. Defines the pulse number per revolution for encoder 1.03 EXC SIGNAL FREQ 1…20 kHz 1=1 10 = 1 Vrms 1 = 1 kHz 93 PULSE ENC CONF 93.02 ENCODER 2 SEL is set to FEN-21 RES. Defines the amplitude of the excitation signal.01 93.01 ENCODER 1 SEL / 90. Single track encoder (one channel. EnDat encoder without incremental sin/cos signals (supported only as encoder 1). Selects the number of pole pairs. The EnDat encoder is selected by setting parameter 91. Channels A and B: Rising and falling edges are used for speed calculation.02 EXC SIGNAL AMPL 4.226 Parameters No. Selects the type of encoder 1.

05 1 ENC1 SP EST ENA Selects whether calculated or estimated speed is used with encoder 1. (Uses position extrapolation. For selections. Selects the type of encoder 2. * Channel A: Falling edges are used for speed calculation.03 = 5 0 1 3 Pulse frequency of the channel(s) < 2442 Hz 2442…4884 Hz > 4884 Hz FbEq 1 2 3 4 5 Used mode 93.12 93.04 ENC1 POS EST ENA.15 .) 0 TRUE 93. Change in rotation of direction allowed at any pulse frequency. For selections. 93.) Estimated position.04 ENC1 POS EST ENA FALSE Selects whether position estimation is used with encoder 1 to increase position data resolution or not.5 µs…4 ms). Channel B: Defines the direction of rotation. but improves the dynamics.14 Selects whether measured or estimated position is used with encoder 2. * Used mode (1. FALSE TRUE Last calculated speed (calculation interval is 62. Pulses per revolution for encoder 2. Channel B: Defines the direction of rotation. Changes of direction of rotation are ignored above the selected pulse frequency. see parameter 93. Estimated speed (estimated at the time of data request) Estimation increases the speed ripple in steady state operation. Name/Value A all A rising A falling auto rising auto falling Description Channel A: Rising and falling edges are used for speed calculation.02 ENC1 TYPE.13 EN2 PULSE NR 0…65535 ENC2 TYPE ENC2 SP CALCMODE ENC2 POS EST ENA NC2 SP EST ENA 93. Change in rotation of direction allowed below 4880 Hz. 2 or 3) is changed automatically depending on the pulse frequency according to the following table: 93. Selects the speed calculation mode for encoder 2.03 = 4 0 1 2 93.03 ENC1 SP CALCMODE. Change in rotation of direction allowed below 1220 Hz.11 93.06 ENC1 OSC LIM 4880Hz 2440Hz 1220Hz Disabled 93. Defines the pulse number per revolution for encoder 2.Parameters 227 No. see parameter 93. see parameter 93.05 ENC1 SP EST ENA. see parameter 93. Measured position (Resolution: 4 x pulses per revolution for quadrature encoders. Selects whether calculated or estimated speed is used with encoder 2. For selections. Extrapolated at the time of data request. * Channel A: Rising edges are used for speed calculation. Change in rotation of direction allowed below 2440 Hz. For selections. Channel B: Defines the direction of rotation. Activates transient filter for encoder 1. 1=1 0 1 2 3 0 1 93. 2 x pulses per revolution for single track encoders.

The source can be any actual or reference position value (except 01. The drive control unit is powered from an external power supply. Defines the manner in which the drive control unit is powered.09 ENCODER 1 POS and 01. For selections. Changes of direction of rotation are ignored above the selected pulse frequency.03 EMUL MODE SEL. FEN-21 SWref or FEN-31 SWref. The drive is not equipped with an AC choke. The drive control unit is powered from the drive power unit it is mounted on.03 EMUL MODE SEL. Emulated zero pulse position offset.02 EXTERNAL CHOKE NO YES Miscellaneous hardware-related settings. Defines if the drive is equipped with an AC choke or not.22 EMUL POS REF 1=1 93. Defines the number of TTL pulses per revolution used in encoder emulation.5. 93. The drive is equipped with an AC choke.06 ENC1 OSC LIM. With an offset of 0. TTL pulses used in encoder emulation.01 CTRL UNIT SUPPLY Internal 24V External 24V 95. See parameter group 90 ENC MODULE SEL. Selects the source for the position value used in encoder emulation when parameter 90. 0 1 0 1 . if the offset is 0.00000 …0. FbEq 93. For example.21 EMUL PULSE NR 0…65535 93.03 EMUL MODE SEL is set to FEN-01 SWref. FEN-11 SWref. an emulated zero pulse is generated each time the input position moves across 0.) Defines the zero point for emulated position in relation of the zero point of the input position (within one revolution).228 Parameters No. an emulated zero pulse is generated each time the input position (within one revolution) moves across 0. Encoder emulation is enabled by parameter 90.5.11 ENCODER 2 POS). The input position is selected by parameter 90. Value pointer (See Terms and abbreviations on page 145. see parameter 93.99998 rev 95 100000 = 1 rev 95 HW CONFIGURATION 95.23 EMUL POS OFFSET 0.16 Name/Value ENC2 OSC LIM Description Activates transient filter for encoder 2.

14 are inactive.13 IDRUN MODE.u 97.02…97.Parameters 229 No.14 and the rotor angle offset parameter 97.u 0. The value of parameter 97.00000…0.08 PM FLUX USER Defines the permanent magnet flux.u .00000 p.04 LM USER 0. 97 Name/Value Description User adjustment of motor model values estimated during ID run.02…97.06 LD USER Defines the direct axis (synchronous) inductance. Stator resistance. Defines the main inductance LM of the motor model. Defines the rotor resistance RR of the motor model. p. FbEq 97 USER MOTOR PAR 97.u 97. The values of parameters 97.02…97. Note: This parameter is valid only for permanent magnet motors. Activates the motor model parameters 97. Note: This parameter is valid only for permanent magnet motors. 100000 = 1 p.50000 p. p.02…97.00000 Quadrature axis (synchronous) inductance.u 97.07 LQ USER Defines the quadrature axis (synchronous) inductance. 100000 = 1 p. p. p. and the value of parameter 97. Parameters 97.u 100000 = 1 p.20 is used as the rotor angle offset. 100000 = 1 p. • This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is running.20 is used as the rotor angle offset.u 100000 = 1 p.00000…0.02…97. Rotor resistance.20.14 are used in the motor model. Note: This parameter is valid only for asynchronous motors.03 RR USER 0.00000…2.00000 Direct axis (synchronous) inductance. Parameters 97.14 inactive. The values of parameters 97.05 SIGMAL USER Defines the leakage inductance σLS.00000…10. Note: This parameter is valid only for asynchronous motors.u 97. The values of parameters 97.02 RS USER 0.00000…10.00000…10.02…97. Notes: • The parameter value is automatically set to zero when ID run is selected by parameter 99. 100000 = 1 p.50000 p.u 100000 = 1 p.01 USE GIVEN PARAMS NoUserPars UserMotPars UserPosOffs AllUserPars 0 1 97.14 are used in the motor model. Defines the stator resistance RS of the motor model.00000…10.u 0. Note: This parameter is valid only for asynchronous motors.00000 Main inductance. Permanent magnet flux.14 are updated according to the motor characteristics identified during the ID run.u 0.u 97.u 97.00000 Leakage inductance. Note: This parameter is valid only for permanent magnet motors. The values can be entered in either “per unit” or SI.u 0.

20 POS OFFSET USER 100 = 1 mH 0…360° 1 = 1° 98 MOTOR CALC VALUES 98.000… 2147483.00 …100000. Stator resistance. Leakage inductance. Note: This parameter is valid only for asynchronous motors.00000 …100.09 Name/Value RS USER SI 0.00 mH 97. Rotor resistance. Nominal torque. Defines the main inductance LM of the motor model. FbEq 100000 = 1 Ohm 97.00 mH 100 = 1 mH 97. Note: This parameter is valid only for permanent magnet motors. Defines the quadrature axis (synchronous) inductance. Note: This parameter cannot be set by the user. Otherwise the value is calculated.00 …100000. Defines an angle offset between the zero position of the synchronous motor and the zero position of the position sensor.00 mH 100 = 1 mH 97. Direct axis (synchronous) inductance.13 LD USER SI 0.12 SIGL USER SI 0. Notes: • The value is in electrical degrees.00000 Ohm 100000 = 1 Ohm 97. Calculated motor values. The electrical angle equals the mechanical angle multiplied by the number of motor pole pairs. Nominal torque in N•m which corresponds to 100%.12 MOT NOM TORQUE. Note: This parameter is copied from parameter 99. Main inductance.00 …100000.02 POLEPAIRS 0…1000 98 1000 = 1 N•m 1=1 . Calculated number of motor pole pairs. if given. Quadrature axis (synchronous) inductance. 97.00 mH 97.11 LM USER SI 0.10 RR USER SI 0. • This parameter is valid only for permanent magnet motors.00000 Ohm Description Defines the stator resistance RS of the motor model.00000… 100. Note: This parameter is valid only for asynchronous motors. Note: This parameter is valid only for permanent magnet motors.230 Parameters No. Note: This parameter is valid only for asynchronous motors. Calculated number of motor pole pairs. Defines the rotor resistance RR of the motor model.01 TORQ NOM SCALE 0. Defines the direct axis (synchronous) inductance. Defines the leakage inductance σLS.00 …100000.647 N•m 98. Angle offset.14 LQ USER SI 100 = 1 mH 0.

Russian Selects the motor type. Scalar control mode.05 MOTOR CTRL MODE DTC Scalar 0 1 . Spanish. Scalar control is suitable for special cases where DTC cannot be applied. Note: Correct motor run requires that the magnetising current of the motor does not exceed 90 percent of the nominal current of the inverter. the drive is controlled with a frequency reference. motor data and motor control mode.04 MOTOR TYPE 0809 hex 0407 hex 0410 hex 040A hex 041D hex 041F hex 0419 hex AM PMSM 0 1 99.Parameters 231 No.01). or 3) if the motors are going to be changed after the motor identification.13). for example motor identification run (99. Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is running. Three-phase AC voltage supplied synchronous motor with a permanent magnet rotor and sinusoidal BackEMF voltage. There are some standard features that are disabled in the scalar control mode. Swedish. The outstanding motor control accuracy of DTC cannot be achieved in scalar control. Italian.01 LANGUAGE ENGLISH DEUTSCH ITALIANO ESPAÑOL SVENSKA TÜRKÇE RUSSKI 99. DC hold and DC magnetising (11. for test purposes). Note: Scalar control mode must be used • with multimotor applications 1) if the load is not equally shared between the motors. Asynchronous motor. or • if the drive is used with no motor connected (eg. Turkish. 99 Name/Value Description Start-up settings such as language. 2) if the motors are of different sizes. • if the nominal current of the motor is less than 1/6 of the nominal output current of the drive.04…11. torque limits in parameter group 20 LIMITS. In scalar control.06. Three-phase AC voltage supplied induction motor with a squirrel cage rotor. Selects the motor control mode. Direct torque control mode. Selects the language. 11. FbEq 99 START-UP DATA 99. Note: Not all languages listed below are necessarily supported. English. Permanent magnet motor. DTC (Direct Torque Control) mode is suitable for most applications. German.

If several motors are connected to the inverter. Nominal motor voltage. The nominal voltage can be calculated by dividing the E. enter the total current of the motors. Defines the nominal motor frequency.D.05 MOTOR CTRL MODE = Scalar). Note: With permanent magnet motors. This also applies to the case where the motor voltage rating is lower than the rating of the drive and the supply of the drive. Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is running. voltage by 1. Note: The allowed range is 1/6…2 × I2N of drive for the direct control mode (parameter 99.D. Note: Correct motor run requires that the magnetising current of the motor does not exceed 90 percent of the nominal current of the inverter.08 MOT NOM FREQ 10 = 1 V 5. Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is running.06 Name/Value MOT NOM CURRENT Description Defines the nominal motor current. Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is running.10 1 = 1 rpm MOT NOM POWER Defines the nominal motor power. Defines the nominal motor speed. If several motors are connected to the inverter. Note: Make sure that the motor is connected correctly (star or delta) in accordance with the rating plate.00 kW Nominal motor power.M.11 MOT NOM COSFII. Note that the nominal voltage is not equal to the equivalent DC motor voltage (E.M.0 V 99. Must be equal to the value on the motor rating plate. check the speed limits in parameter group 20 LIMITS. 0.0…960. Nominal voltage is a fundamental phase to phase rms voltage. Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is running. FbEq 0.) value given by some motor manufactures. Defines the nominal motor voltage. Note: The stress on the motor insulations is always dependent on the drive supply voltage. Set also parameter 99. If the voltage is given as voltage per rpm. This parameter value must be equal to the value on the asynchronous motor name plate. enter the total power of the motors. the voltage for 3000 rpm nominal speed is 3 × 60 V = 180 V.0…500.00…10000. Must be equal to the value on the motor rating plate.07 MOT NOM VOLTAGE 80.0 Hz 99.09 MOT NOM SPEED 10 = 1 Hz 0…30000 rpm 99. Must be equal to the value on the motor rating plate. Nominal motor frequency. For the scalar control mode (parameter 99. 60 V per 1000 rpm. When the parameter value is changed.C. Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is running.05 MOTOR CTRL MODE = DTC).0 A 10 = 1 A 99. the allowed range is 0…2 × I2N of drive. Note: The allowed range is 1/6…2 × UN of drive. which is supplied to the motor at the nominal operating point. eg. Nominal motor speed. the nominal voltage is the BackEMF voltage (at motor nominal speed).C. 99. Nominal motor current.232 Parameters No. 100 = 1 kW .7 (= square root of 3).4…5.

if set.647 N•m 99. should be equal to the value on the motor rating plate. No motor ID run is requested.13 IDRUN MODE 1000 = 1 N•m No 0 . it can be cancelled by stopping the drive: If the ID run has already been performed once. Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is running.12) have been changed. Once the ID run is activated. The parameter is automatically set to STANDSTILL after the motor parameters have been set.04. After the ID run. 99. the parameter is automatically set to No.000… 2147483.06…99. FbEq 0.05 MOTOR CTRL MODE is set to Scalar.Parameters 233 No. Ensure by some other means that the brake will be open if the standard or reduced ID run or rotating autophasing is required. Cosphi (0 = parameter disabled).12 MOT NOM TORQUE 100 = 1 0. Nominal motor shaft torque. Not obligatory. • The motor must be de-coupled from the lift system during normal or reduced ID run as well as if rotating autophasing is required (ie. If no ID run has been performed yet. • ID run must be performed every time any of the motor parameters (99. • The drive will not control the mechanical brake of the motor open during the ID run. Not obligatory. when drive is controlled via the PC tool or control panel). Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is running. Notes: • ID run can only be performed in local control (ie.00…1. In this case. Note: This parameter cannot be changed while the drive is running. the ID run must be performed. the drive is stopped.11 Name/Value MOT NOM COSFII Description Defines the cosphi (not applicable to permanent magnet motors) for a more accurate motor model. This mode can be selected only if the ID run (Normal/Reduced/Standstill) has already been performed once. Defines the nominal motor shaft torque for a more accurate motor model. Selects the type of the motor identification performed at the next start of the drive in the DTC mode. During the identification. the motor shaft must NOT be locked and the load torque must be < 10% during the ID run). • ID run cannot be performed if parameter 99. the parameter is automatically set to Standstill. 99. • Ensure that possible safe torque off and emergency stop circuits are closed during the ID run.00 99. the drive will identify the characteristics of the motor for optimum motor control.

WARNING! The motor will run at up to approx. See also parameter 11. Autophasing is used when an absolute encoder. the motor shaft is not rotating (with a permanent magnet motor the shaft can rotate < 0. Note that other motor model values are not updated. the control in the field weakening area or at high torques is not necessarily as accurate as with the Normal ID run. Note: The motor must be de-coupled from the lift system during normal or reduced ID run as well as if rotating autophasing is required (ie. With asynchronous motor. Current offset and gain measurement calibration. Note: Check the direction of rotation of the motor before starting the ID run. Notes: • Autophasing can only be selected after the Normal/ Reduced/Standstill ID run has been performed once.07 AUTOPHASING MODE and section Autophasing on page 132. WARNING! The motor will run at up to approx. With the Reduced ID run. 50…100% of the nominal speed during the ID run. During the run. the motor shaft must NOT be locked and the load torque must be < 10% during the ID run).234 Parameters No. During the run.5 revolution). The motor is injected with DC current. 3 Reduced Standstill Autophasing 4 Cur meas cal 5 . • The motor must be de-coupled from the lift system during normal or reduced ID run as well as if rotating autophasing is required (ie. During autophasing. a resolver or an encoder with commutation signals has been added/ changed to a permanent magnet motor and there is no need to perform the Normal/Reduced/Standstill ID run again. The ID run takes about 90 seconds. Reduced ID run is completed faster than the Normal ID Run (< 90 seconds). The calibration will be performed at the next start. the motor will rotate in the forward direction. 50…100% of the nominal speed during the ID run. Note: Check the direction of rotation of the motor before starting the ID run. This mode should be selected whenever possible. This mode should be selected instead of the 2 Normal ID Run if full flux is required to keep the motor brake open (conical motor). Note: This mode should be selected only if the Normal or Reduced ID run is not possible (the motor cannot be decoupled from the lift system). the motor shaft must NOT be locked and the load torque must be < 10% during the ID run). the motor shaft must NOT be locked and the load torque must be < 10% during the ID run). ENSURE THAT IT IS SAFE TO RUN THE MOTOR BEFORE PERFORMING THE ID RUN! Reduced ID run. the start angle of the motor is determined. Name/Value Normal Description FbEq 1 Guarantees the best possible control accuracy. Note: The motor must be de-coupled from the lift system during normal or reduced ID run as well as if rotating autophasing is required (ie. the motor will rotate in the forward direction. ENSURE THAT IT IS SAFE TO RUN THE MOTOR BEFORE PERFORMING THE ID RUN! Standstill ID run.

No user setting is possible. Data type.TRUE). A bit pointer can point to a single bit in the value of another parameter. 32-bit unsigned integer value Value pointer. See WP. 16-bit value 16-bit value (31 bits + sign) = integer value REAL24 = fractional value 8-bit value 24-bit value (31 bits + sign) = integer value = fractional value Save PF Type UINT32 Val pointer Parameter setting is protected against power failure. Bit pointer. Pb PT REAL Definition Signal measured or calculated by the drive.FALSE) or 1 (C. See enum. . ie. Pb. Enumerated list. Bit pointer. Val pointer. REAL.Additional parameter data 235 Additional parameter data What this chapter contains This chapter lists the parameters with some additional data. Points to the value of another parameter. REAL24. UINT32. WPD and WP0. selection list 32-bit integer value (31 bits + sign) Parameter number Packed boolean Parameter protection type. For parameter descriptions. see chapter Parameters. or be fixed to 0 (C. INT32. Can be monitored by the user. Terms and abbreviations Term Actual signal Bit pointer enum INT32 No.

236 Additional parameter data Term WP WPD WP0 Definition Write protected parameter (ie. read only) Write protected parameter while drive is running Parameter can only be set to zero. .

00000000 -32768.06 TORQUE 01.0…35791394.12 POS ACT 01.0 0.00…30000.17 MOTOR TEMP 01.00 0.00 -32768.1 0.00 0.00000000 …1.08 ENCODER 1 SPEED 01.14 SPEED ESTIMATED 01.05 CURRENT PERC 01.00 -1000.02 SPEED ACT PERC 01.0 0…1000 0…100 -32768.00…1000.000…11.18 MOTOR TEMP EST 01.10 ENCODER 2 SPEED 01.000 -30000.16 TEMP BC 01.00000000 …1.00…30000.01 SPEED ACT 01.1 0.06 AI2 Pb Pb Pb REAL REAL REAL 0b000000…0b111111 0b000…0b111 0b000…0b111 -11.0…160.01 DI STATUS 02.0…35791394.07 DC-VOLTAGE 01.22 INVERTER POWER 01.0…1000.11 ENCODER 2 POS 01.0 -1600.09 ENCODER 1 POS 01.03 DIO STATUS 02.00 -30000.00000000 -32768.0…160.000 -32768. Name Type Range Unit Update Data time length PT Save PF 01 ACTUAL VALUES 01.000…11.00…32768.0…1600.15 TEMP INVERTER 01.03 FREQUENCY 01.04 CURRENT 01.00 0.000 V or mA V or mA 2 ms 2 ms 2 ms 2 ms 250 µs 2 ms 16 16 16 16 32 16 WP WP WP WP WP WP REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL24 REAL REAL24 REAL REAL REAL REAL24 REAL24 REAL INT32 REAL REAL24 UINT32 REAL INT32 INT32 INT32 -30000.0…1000.0 -40.00…30000.20 BRAKE RES LOAD 01.0…250.0…35791394.000 -32768.13 POS 2ND ENC 01.28 FAN ON-TIME 02 I/O VALUES 02.Additional parameter data 237 Parameter groups 01…09 No.00…32768.00 0.000 …32768.000 -11.04 AI1 02.21 CPU USAGE 01.05 AI1 SCALED 02.26 ON TIME COUNTER 01.00 0.00 -40.1 rpm % Hz A % % V rpm rev rpm rev * * rpm % % °C °C V % % kW h h h 250 µs 2 ms 2 ms 10 ms 2 ms 2 ms 2 ms 250 µs 250 µs 250 µs 250 µs 250 µs 250 µs 2 ms 2 ms 2 ms 10 ms 10 ms 50 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 32 32 32 32 16 16 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 32 32 32 32 WP WP WP WP WP WP WP WP WP WP WP WP WP WP WP WP WP WP WP WP WP WP WP0 WP0 WP0 x x x x .000 …32768.00…30000.0 -60…1000 0.000 …32768.02 RO STATUS 02.27 RUN TIME COUNTER 01.00…32768.0 -10.19 USED SUPPLY VOLT 01.00…2000.

238 Additional parameter data

No.

Name

Type REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL Pb Pb INT32 INT32 Pb Pb Pb REAL REAL Pb Pb

Range -32768.000 …32768.000 0.000…22.700 -10.000…10.000 -32768.000 …32768.000 -32768.000 …32768.000 0x00000000 … 0xFFFFFFFF 0x00000000 … 0xFFFFFFFF -2147483647 …2147483647 -2147483647 …2147483647 0b000000…0b111111 0x000…0xFFFF 0x000…0xFFFF -2147483647 …2147483647 -2147483647 …2147483647 0x0000…0xFFFF 0x0000…0xFFFF

Unit mA V Hz Hz -

Update Data time length 250 µs 2 ms 2 ms 2 ms 2 ms 500 µs 500 µs 500 µs 500 µs 500 µs 500 µs 2 ms 500 µs 2 ms 20 ms 20 ms 32 16 16 32 32 32 32 32 32 16 16 16 32 32 32 32

PT WP WP WP WP WP WP WP WP WP WP WP WP WP WP WP WP

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02.07 AI2 SCALED 02.08 AO1 02.09 AO2 02.10 DIO2 FREQ IN 02.11 DIO3 FREQ OUT 02.12 FBA MAIN CW 02.13 FBA MAIN SW 02.14 FBA MAIN REF1 02.15 FBA MAIN REF2 02.16 FEN DI STATUS 02.17 D2D MAIN CW 02.18 D2D FOLLOWER CW 02.19 D2D REF1 02.20 D2D REF2 02.80 EXT DIO STATUS 02.81 EXT RO STATUS 03 CONTROL VALUES 03.02 SPEED REF2 03.03 SPEEDREF RAMP IN 03.04 SPEEDREF RAMPED 03.05 SPEEDREF USED 03.06 SPEED ERROR FILT 03.07 ACC COMP TORQ 03.08 TORQ REF SP CTRL 03.13 TORQ REF TO TC 03.14 BRAKE TORQ MEM 03.15 BRAKE COMMAND 03.16 FLUX REF USED 03.17 TORQUE REF USED

REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL enum REAL24 REAL

-30000.00…30000.00 -30000.00…30000.00 -30000.00…30000.00 -30000.00…30000.00 -30000.00…30000.00 -1600.0…1600.0 -1600.0…1600.0 -1600.0…1600.0 -1000.0…1000.0 0…1 0…200 -1600.0…1600.0

rpm rpm rpm rpm rpm % % % % % %

500 µs 500 µs 500 µs 250 µs 250 µs 250 µs 250 µs 250 µs 2 ms 2 ms 2 ms 250 µs

32 32 32 32 32 16 16 16 16 16 16 32

WP WP WP WP WP WP WP WP WP WP WP WP

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Additional parameter data 239

No.

Name

Type

Range

Unit

Update Data time length 20 ms 100 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 16

PT

Save PF

05 LIFT CTRL SIGNALS 05.01 LIFT SW 05.02 LIFT FW 05.03 LIFT SPEED SEL 05.04 LOAD ACT TORQ 05.05 ACC COMP TORQ 05.06 STATIC FRIQ TORQ 05.07 DYN FRIQ TORQ 05.08 LIFT SPEED ACT 05.09 LIFT SPEED REF 05.10 LVLING DIST ACT 05.11 FLOOR DISTANCE 05.12 EVACUATION DIR 06 DRIVE STATUS 06.01 STATUS WORD 1 06.02 STATUS WORD 2 06.03 SPEED CTRL STAT 06.05 LIMIT WORD 1 06.07 TORQ LIM STATUS 06.14 SUPERV STATUS 08 ALARMS & FAULTS 08.01 ACTIVE FAULT 08.02 LAST FAULT 08.03 FAULT TIME HI 08.04 FAULT TIME LO 08.05 ALARM WORD 1 08.06 ALARM WORD 2 08.07 ALARM WORD 3 08.08 ALARM WORD 4 08.09 ALARM WORD 5 08.10 ALARM WORD 6 09 SYSTEM INFO 09.01 DRIVE TYPE 09.02 DRIVE RATING ID 09.03 FIRMWARE ID 09.04 FIRMWARE VER INT32 INT32 Pb Pb 0…65535 0…65535 0x00000000… 0xFFFFFFFF 0x0000… 0xFFFF 16 16 16 16 WP WP WP WP enum enum INT32 INT32 UINT32 UINT32 UINT32 UINT32 UINT32 UINT32 0…65535 0…2147483647 0…2147483647 00:00:00… 2147483647 0x0000…0xFFFF 0x0000…0xFFFF 0x0000…0xFFFF 0x0000…0xFFFF 0x0000…0xFFFF 0x0000…0xFFFF days time 2 ms 2 ms 2 ms 2 ms 2 ms 2 ms 16 16 32 32 16 16 16 16 16 16 WP WP0 WP WP WP0 WP0 WP0 WP0 WP0 WP0 Pb Pb Pb Pb Pb Pb 0x0000…0xFFFF 0x0000…0xFFFF 0x0000…0xFFFF 0x0000…0xFFFF 0x0000…0xFFFF 0b000…0b111 2 ms 2 ms 250 µs 250 µs 250 µs 2 ms 16 16 16 16 16 16 WP WP WP WP WP WP Pb Pb REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL enum 0x0000…0xFFFF 0x0000…0xFFFF -32768.00…32768.00 -32768.00…32768.00 -32768.00…32768.00 -32768.00…32768.00 -32768.00…32768.00 -32768.00…32768.00 -32768.00…32768.00 -32768.00…32768.00 -32768.00…32768.00 0…1 m/s % % % % m/s m/s m m WP WP WP WP WP WP WP WP WP WP WP WP -

240 Additional parameter data

No.

Name

Type Pb Pb INT32 INT32 INT32

Range 0…4294967295 0x0000… 0xFFFF 0…24 0…24 0…23

Unit -

Update Data time length 16 32 16 16 16

PT WP WP WP WP WP

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09.05 FIRMWARE PATCH 09.10 INT LOGIC VER 09.20 OPTION SLOT 1 09.21 OPTION SLOT 2 09.22 OPTION SLOT 3

Additional parameter data 241

Parameter groups 10…99
No. Name Type Range Unit Update Data time len. 2 ms 2 ms 2 ms 16 32 32 Default PT Save PF 10 START/STOP 10.01 EXT1 START FUNC 10.02 EXT1 START IN1 10.03 EXT1 START IN2 10.07 JOG1 START 10.08 FAULT RESET SEL 10.09 RUNENABLE 10.10 EM STOP OFF3 10.11 EM STOP OFF1 10.12 START INHIBIT 10.13 FB CW USED 10.14 JOG2 START 10.15 JOG ENABLE 10.16 D2D CW USED 10.17 START ENABLE 10.80 SLOWDOWN SEL 10.81 SLOWDOWN IN1 10.82 SLOWDOWN IN2 10.85 SLOWDOWN SPEED 10.86 UPPER F LIM SWC 10.87 LOWER F LIM SWC 10.88 LIFT RUN ENABLE 10.89 EVACUATION MODE 10.90 EVACUATION AUTO 10.91 FLOOR LIM SWITCH 10.92 INSPECTION MODE 10.93 INSPECTION UP enum Bit pointer Bit pointer REAL Bit pointer Bit pointer Bit pointer Bit pointer Bit pointer Bit pointer Bit pointer Bit pointer Val pointer Bit pointer enum Val pointer enum Bit pointer Bit pointer 0…6 IN1 F IN2R P.02.01.00 P.02.01.01 WPD WPD WPD WP WP WP WP C.TRUE Disabled P.02.12 WPD WPD WP WP P.02.17 WPD WP NOT SEL C.TRUE C.TRUE 0.25 C.TRUE C.TRUE C.TRUE C.FALSE C.FALSE C.FALSE C.FALSE C.FALSE -

Internally used. Cannot be set by the user. Internally used. Cannot be set by the user. Internally used. Cannot be set by the user. Internally used. Cannot be set by the user. 0…1 2 ms 2 ms 2 ms 32 16 32

Internally used. Cannot be set by the user. Internally used. Cannot be set by the user. 2 ms 32

Internally used. Cannot be set by the user. 0…3 0.00…25.00 m/s 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 100 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 100 ms 16 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32

242 Additional parameter data

No.

Name

Type Bit pointer UINT32

Range 0x000…0xFFFF

Unit -

Update Data time len. 100 ms 20 ms 32 32

Default C.FALSE 0x0000 (hex) Const time 500 Ramp 5.0 30 Disabled Turning

PT -

Save PF -

10.94 INSPECTION DOWN 10.95 LIFT CW 11 START/STOP MODE 11.01 START MODE 11.02 DC MAGN TIME 11.03 STOP MODE 11.04 DC HOLD SPEED 11.06 DC HOLD 11.07 AUTOPHASING MODE 12 DIGITAL IO 12.01 DIO1 CONF 12.02 DIO2 CONF 12.03 DIO3 CONF 12.04 DIO1 OUT PTR 12.05 DIO2 OUT PTR 12.06 DIO3 OUT PTR 12.07 DIO3 F OUT PTR 12.08 DIO3 F MAX 12.09 DIO3 F MIN 12.10 DIO3 F MAX SCALE 12.11 DIO3 F MIN SCALE 12.12 RO1 OUT PTR 12.13 DI INVERT MASK 12.14 DIO2 F MAX 12.15 DIO2 F MIN 12.16 DIO2 F MAX SCALE 12.17 DIO2 F MIN SCALE 12.80 EXT IO SEL 12.81 EXT IO DIO1 CONF 12.82 EXT IO DIO2 CONF 12.83 EXT IO DIO3 CONF 12.84 EXT IO DIO4 CONF

enum UINT32 enum REAL enum enum

0…2 0…10000 1…2 0.0…1000.0 0…100 0…1 0…2

ms rpm % -

2 ms 2 ms 2 ms 2 ms -

16 16 16 16 16 16 16

WPD WPD -

-

11.05 DC HOLD CUR REF UINT32

enum enum enum Bit pointer Bit pointer Bit pointer Val pointer REAL REAL REAL REAL Bit pointer UINT32 REAL REAL REAL REAL enum enum enum enum enum

0…1 0…2 0…3 3…32768 3…32768 0…32768 0…32768 0b000000… 0b111111 3…32768 3…32768 -32768… 32768 -32768… 32768 0…1 0…1 0…1 0…1 0…1

Hz Hz Hz Hz -

10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms

16 16 16 32 32 32 32 16 16 16 16 32 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

Input Output Output C.FALSE P.06.01.00 P.06.01.10 P.01.01 1000 3 1500 0 P.03.15.00 0b000000 (bin) 1000 3 1500 0 None Input Input Input Input

-

-

000 -100.02 AI1 MAX 13.13 AI SUPERVIS ACT 15 ANALOGUE OUTPUTS 15.000 0.000 …32768.000 4.000 -32768.06 AI2 FILT TIME 13.FALSE PT - Save PF - 12.000 100.000 10.000 …32768.90 EXT RO2 OUT PTR 13 ANALOGUE INPUTS 13.000…22. 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 32 32 32 32 32 32 Default C.000 -11.FALSE C.85 EXT DIO1 OUT PTR 12.04 AI1 MAX SCALE 13.000 0…4 0…3 0b0000…0b1111 s V or mA V or mA s V or mA V or mA - 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 2 ms 2 ms 16 16 16 32 32 16 16 16 32 32 16 16 32 0.01 AO1 PTR 15.000 0.000…30.FALSE C.86 EXT DIO2 OUT PTR 12.000…30.000…22.08 AI2 MIN 13.000 0.000 -32768.Additional parameter data 243 No.000 …32768.03 AO1 MAX 15.09 AI2 MAX SCALE 13.06 AO1 MIN SCALE 0.07 AI2 MAX 13.000 -32768.000 - - Val pointer REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL 0.000 1500.000 0.000 …32768.000…11.FALSE C.000 -10.000 / -22. Name Type Bit pointer Bit pointer Bit pointer Bit pointer Bit pointer Bit pointer REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL enum enum UINT32 Range - Unit - Update Data time len.10 AI2 MIN SCALE 13.000…22.000 No action No 0b0000 (bin) P.000 / -22.FALSE C.05 AO1 MAX SCALE 15.000 …32768.000 / -22.89 EXT RO1 OUT PTR 12.000 10.000 …32768.000 100.000 -1500.000 -32768.01.000…22.000…11.000…22.000 / -22.87 EXT DIO3 OUT PTR 12.88 EXT DIO4 OUT PTR 12.000 -10.FALSE C.100 20.000 s mA mA - 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 32 16 16 16 32 32 - - .000 -11.05 0.12 AI SUPERVISION 13.700 -32768.05 AI1 MIN SCALE 13.000…22.000 -11.700 0.000…11.000…11.01 AI1 FILT TIME 13.11 AITUNE 13.04 AO1 MIN 15.03 AI1 MIN 13.000…30.000 -32768.000 -11.02 AO1 FILT TIME 15.

000 100.0…0.03 POS SPEED ENA 20.000 -10.12 USER IO SET HI 16.04 PARAM RESTORE 16.FALSE FB_D2D_MMI WPD WPD WP - - Val pointer Val pointer Val pointer REAL REAL 0.08 AO2 FILT TIME 15.02 0.244 Additional parameter data No.000 …32768.13 TIME SOURCE PRIO 17 PANEL DISPLAY 17.10 AO2 MIN 15.000 -32768.000…10.07 MINIMUM TORQUE 20.08 THERM CURR LIM Bit pointer enum INT32 enum enum enum Pb Bit pointer Bit pointer enum - 2 ms 2 ms - 32 16 32 16 16 32 32 32 32 16 C. Cannot be set by the user.01. Internally used.FALSE Open 0 Done Done No request N/A C.000…30.255 0.01 LOCAL LOCK 16.09 01. Cannot be set by the user.09 USER SET SEL 16.100 10.0 0…1 A % % 10 ms 2 ms 2 ms 32 16 16 16 7.000 -10.05 MAXIMUM CURRENT 20.02 MINIMUM SPEED 20.000 0…2 0…2147483647 0…2 0…1 1…10 0…4294967295 0…8 Unit s V V - Update Data time len.255 0.02 PARAMETER LOCK 16.10 USER SET LOG 16.000 -100.0…1600.06 MAXIMUM TORQUE 20.03 PASS CODE 16.0 -1600. 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 32 16 16 16 32 32 Default P.00 0.000 PT - Save PF - 15.0…255.01 MAXIMUM SPEED 20.11 USER IO SET LO 16.0…255.11 AO2 MAX SCALE 15.06 - - 0…30000 -30000…0 rpm rpm 2 ms 2 ms 32 32 1500 -1500 WP WP - Internally used.000 -32768.01 SIGNAL1 PARAM 17. REAL REAL REAL enum 0.08 05.07 300 -300 Enable - .09 AO2 MAX 15.07 AO2 PTR 15.00…30000.FALSE C.04 NEG SPEED ENA 20.07 PARAM SAVE 16.255 - - 16 16 16 05.02 SIGNAL2 PARAM 17.000…10.12 AO2 MIN SCALE 16 SYSTEM 16. Name Type Val pointer REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL Range 0.000 …32768.0…255.03 SIGNAL3 PARAM 20 LIMITS 20.000 -10.

0 Fault ZERO P.92 JERK2 25.0…10000. Cannot be set by the user.50 0.05 ZERO SPEED LIMIT 22.80 0. 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 2 ms 2 ms 2 ms 2 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 2 ms 16 32 32 32 32 16 16 32 16 16 32 32 Default PT Save PF - 22 SPEED FEEDBACK 22.01…25.0 0…2 0…8 - ms rpm ms rpm rpm - Estimated 3. Cannot be set by the user.91 JERK1 25.01 SPEED FB SEL 22.02 SPEED REF2 SEL 24.00 1.87 EVAC MODE ACC 25.01…100.FALSE 1.01 SPEED RAMP IN 25.000…1800.00 0.50 1.03.01…25.03 SPEED REF1 IN 24.80 0.Additional parameter data 245 No.00 0.FALSE WP - Internally used.00 0. WP WP 1.000 …10000.00 0.90 JERK DISABLE 25.01…25.11 EM STOP TIME 25.80 0.04 MOTOR GEAR DIV 22.81 ACC1 25.00 s m/s2 m/s m/s m/s 2 2 enum REAL INT32 UINT32 REAL UINT32 REAL REAL enum enum Val pointer Bit pointer 0…2 0.000 1 1 30.01…25.83 ACC2 25.00 100 1500 100.000 0.85 INSPECT MODE ACC 25.84 DEC2 25. 0.00 0.01…25.02 C.00 0.80 0.80 - - 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 100 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 m/s2 2 m/s2 m/s2 m/s m/s3 m/s m/s m/s 3 3 3 2 m/s2 . Cannot be set by the user.02 SPEED SCALING 25.01…100.00 0.01…25.94 JERK4 REAL Bit pointer REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL Bit pointer REAL REAL REAL REAL Internally used.80 0. Name Type Range Unit Update Data time len.00 0. Internally used.01…100.000 C.00…30000.00 0.01…25.86 INSPECT MODE DEC 25.82 DEC1 25.93 JERK3 25.89 RELEVELING DEC 25.03 MOTOR GEAR MUL 22.80 ACC/DEC SEL 25.01…100.07 ABOVE SPEED LIM 22.20 0.08 SPEED TRIPMARGIN 22.01…25.02 SPEED ACT FTIME 22.00 0.01…25.80 0.04 SPEED REF2 IN 24.00 0.20 0.40 C.00 0…30000 0…30000 0.88 EVAC MODE DEC 25.FALSE 0.05 SPEED REF 1/2SEL 25 SPEED REF RAMP 25.06 ZERO SPEED DELAY 22.00 0.000 -2147483647 …2147483647 1…2147483647 0.09 SPEED FB FAULT 24 SPEED REF MOD 24.

000 1.40 0.06 SUPERV2 ACT 33.06 ACC COMPENSATION 28.01 SUPERV1 FUNC 33.00 0.04 SUPERV1 LIM LO 33.14 P GAIN ADPT COEF 28.00 0…4 -32768.00 …30000.11 MAX TORQ SP CTRL 28.000 0.000 8.01.00… 32768.02 PROPORT GAIN 28.00 Disabled P.246 Additional parameter data No.07 SUPERV2 LIM HI 33.0 Unit m/s3 m/s m/s 3 3 Update Data time len.000 - .96 JERK6 25. 25.40 0.00 0.09 SPEEDCTRL BAL EN 28. 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 2 ms 2 ms 250 µs 2 ms 2 ms 2 ms 2 ms 2 ms 32 32 32 32 16 16 32 16 32 16 16 Default 0.0…1600.01.05 SUPERV2 FUNC 33.03 INTEGRATION TIME 28.01 0.000…10.00 0.00 -32768.04 DERIVATION TIME 28. Cannot be set by the user.00 -32768.02 SUPERV1 ACT 33.00 2 ms 2 ms 2 ms 2 ms 2 ms 2 ms 2 ms 2 ms 16 32 32 32 16 32 32 32 Disabled P.40 0.00 0.00 0.05 DERIV FILT TIME 28.0 0…30000 0…30000 0.0 0…30000 0.06 10.0 10 P.01…100.00… 32768.00 REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL s s ms rpm ms rpm Internally used.01…100.00… 32768.07 SPEED WINDOW 28 SPEED CONTROL 28.0 -1600.01 SPEED ERR NCTRL 28.0 300.12 PI ADAPT MAX SPD 28.95 JERK5 25.15 I TIME ADPT COEF 33 SUPERVISION 33.04 0.0…1000.000 0.97 JERK7 Name Type REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL Val pointer REAL REAL REAL REAL Range 0.06 SPD ERR FTIME 26. -1600.00…200.00 0.0…1600.10 MIN TORQ SP CTRL 28.0 0 0 1.00… 32768.000…10.000…10.08 SUPERV2 LIM LO UINT32 Val pointer REAL REAL UINT32 Val pointer REAL REAL 0…4 -32768.03.01…100.500 0.13 PI ADAPT MIN SPD 28.000 0.00 0.00 0.03 SUPERV1 LIM HI 33.05 SPEED STEP 26.0…1000.0 PT WP WP WP Save PF - 26 SPEED ERROR 26.00 -30000. Internally used. Cannot be set by the user.000…600.000 % % rpm rpm 2 ms 2 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 16 16 16 16 16 16 -300.

02 BRAKE ACKNOWL 35. Name Type UINT32 Val pointer REAL REAL Range 0…4 -32768. Cannot be set by the user.0…10.00… 32768.FALSE WPD WPD WPD WP - 35.0 % % s m/s s s s 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 32 16 32 32 32 32 16 32 32 - - enum REAL enum 0…16 0…200 0…1 kHz % - 250 µs 16 16 4 100 FALSE - - .05 0.01.0 0.01 BRAKE CONTROL 35.00 0.10 SUPERV3 ACT 33.0…300.3 0.87 TORQUE LIMITER 35.50 30.0…2.0 C.84 TRQ PROV FLT DLY 35.83 TORQ PROVING REF 35.06 0.86 SLIP FAULT DELAY 35.0 0.0…100.10 0.Additional parameter data 247 No.09 SUPERV3 FUNC 33. enum Val pointer REAL enum REAL REAL REAL REAL enum REAL REAL 0…2 2 ms 100 ms 16 32 FAULT BRK OPEN TRQ (P.00…5.85 SLIP SPEED LIM 35.00…60.00…5.00 PT - Save PF - 33.07 BRAKE CLOSE REQ 35.FALSE 0.81) 0.0 0.0 0…1 0.0 1.0 - Unit - Update Data time len.11 SUPERV3 LIM HI 33.05 BRAKE CLOSE SPD 35.00 -32768.82 TORQUE PROVING 35. 2 ms 2 ms 2 ms 2 ms 16 32 32 32 Default Disabled P. 35.0 0.03 BRAKE OPEN DELAY 35.12 SUPERV3 LIM LO 35 MECH BRAKE CTRL 35.03 SLIP GAIN 40.5 DISABLED 0.3 - 0.81 BRAKE OPEN TORQ 35.00… 32768.02 SF REF 40.1…2.88 TRQ LIMITER DLY 35.00 0.80 BRK OPEN TRQ SEL 35.04 BRAKE CLOSE DLY UINT32 REAL Bit pointer Internally used.0 0…1 0.0 DISABLED 30.00 0.00 0.00 0…2 0.0…10.09 BRAKE FAULT FUNC 35.08 BRAKE OPEN HOLD 35.89 TRQ LIMITER RAMP 40 MOTOR CONTROL 40.06 FORCE OPEN LOOP enum Bit pointer UINT32 s s rpm - 2 ms 2 ms 2 ms 2 ms 2 ms 2 ms 16 32 16 16 16 32 NO C.0…1000.

0 810.06 LOW VOLT DC MIN 47.04 MOT PHASE LOSS 46.03 SUPPLVOLTAUTOID 47.08 BREAK POINT 45.0…450.80 FAULT RESET 46. 0 (P.0 250.00 80 256 - .82 AUTORST TRL TIME 46.03 LOCAL CTRL LOSS 46.0 0x0000…0xFFFF rpm s s C.05 EARTH FAULT 46.06 SUPPL PHS LOSS 46.10 MOT THERM TIME 46 FAULT FUNCTIONS 46.01…500.06 MOT LOAD CURVE 45.0 350.0 V V V 10 ms 10 ms 2 ms 10 ms 10 ms 16 16 16 32 16 16 Enable Enable 400.FALSE 250.0 0x0000 (hex) enum enum INT32 INT32 INT32 INT32 INT32 INT32 INT32 INT32 0…2 0…6 0…200 0…200 -60…100 50…150 50…150 0. 10 ms 10 ms 2 ms 2 ms 2 ms 2 ms 10 ms 100 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 32 32 32 32 32 Default PT Save PF - 45 MOT THERM PROT 45.05 LOW VOLT MOD ENA 47.04 MOT TEMP FLT LIM 45.05 AMBIENT TEMP 45.TRUE 0 Fault Fault Fault Fault Fault Fault DIO STATUS.03 MOT TEMP ALM LIM 45.81 AUTORESET TRIALS 46.01 EXTERNAL FAULT 46.83 AUTORESET DELAY 46.0 0.0…600.02 UNDERVOLT CTRL 47.07 ZERO SPEED LOAD 45.08 CROSS CONNECTION 46.00 0…300 100…10000 °C °C °C % % Hz °C s Fault ESTIMATED 90 110 20 100 100 45.02.0…120.03. Name Type Range Unit Update Data time len.84 AUTORESET SEL 47 VOLTAGE CTRL 47.00) 0 30.0 Bit pointer REAL enum enum enum enum enum enum Bit pointer UINT32 REAL REAL Pb -30000…30000 0…3 0…1 0…2 0…1 1…4 0…1 0…5 1.0 C.07 LOW VOLT DC MAX enum enum REAL Bit pointer REAL REAL 0…1 0…1 0.0 0.09 MOTNOM TEMP RISE 45.04 SUPPLY VOLTAGE 47.0…810.02 SPEED REF SAFE 46.248 Additional parameter data No.0…1000.07 STO DIAGNOSTIC 46.02 MOT TEMP SOURCE 45.01 MOT TEMP PROT 45.

0 0…150 0…150 s kW Ohm % % enum enum UINT32 enum enum Val pointer Val pointer Bit pointer Bit pointer Bit pointer Bit pointer UINT32 UINT32 … UINT32 UINT32 0…1 0…3 0.03 BRTHERMTIMECO NST 48. Name Type Bit pointer enum Bit pointer REAL24 REAL24 REAL24 REAL24 REAL24 Range - Unit - Update Data time len.01 P.0 120.01 BC ENABLE 48.03 COMM LOSS T OUT 50.5 0…2 0…2 - s - 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 500 µs 500 µs 500 µs 500 µs 16 16 16 16 16 32 32 32 32 32 32 Disable No 0..04 BR POWER MAX CNT 48.0 105 95 - - 0…10000 0.0…10000.06 C.29 DRIVE TYPE CODE UINT32 .05 R BR 48.27 FBA PAR REFRESH UINT32 51.TRUE 0 0.01 FBA TYPE 51.07 FBA ACT2 TR SRC 50.04 FBA REF1 MODESEL 50.FALSE C.11 FBA SW B15 SRC 52 FBA DATA IN 51.06 FBA ACT1 TR SRC 50.3 Speed Position P..FALSE C.07 BR TEMP ALARMLIM 50 FIELDBUS 50.01 FBA ENABLE 50.08 EXT PU SUPPLY 48 BRAKE CHOPPER 48.1…1000.01.FALSE - - 0…65535 0…65535 … 0…65535 0…1 0x0000.0 0.28 PAR TABLE VER 0…2 - 2 ms - 16 32 32 32 32 16 16 Disable C.3…6553.02 FBA PAR2 … … 51.05 FBA REF2 MODESEL 50.26 FBA PAR26 51.0xFFFF 0…65535 … - - 16 16 ….02 BC RUN-TIME ENA 48.06 BR TEMP FAULTLIM 48.Additional parameter data 249 No.10 FBA SW B14 SRC 50.08 FBA SW B12 SRC 50.FALSE C. 32 Default C.02 COMM LOSS FUNC 50.09 FBA SW B13 SRC 50.01. 16 16 16 16 0 0 … 0 DONE 0x0000 (hex) 0 WPD - x x x x x 51.FALSE PT - Save PF - 47.

15 D2D COMM PORT UINT32 … UINT32 UINT32 … UINT32 UINT32 UINT32 UINT32 UINT32 UINT32 UINT32 UINT32 Val pointer Val pointer Val pointer enum REAL UINT32 UINT32 UINT32 0…9999 … 0…9999 0…9999 … 0…9999 1…247 0…4 0…3 0…2 0…2 1…62 0x00000000… 0xFFFFFFFF 0x00000000… 0xFFFFFFFF 0…3 -4.01 FBA DATA OUT1 … … 53.01 FBA DATA IN1 … … 52..0xFFFF Unit - Update Data time len.04 FOLLOWER MASK 1 57.03 NODE ADDRESS 57.18 NoSync 0.01 LINK MODE 57.07 REF 2 SRC 57.13 NEXT REF1 MC GRP 57..03.30 MAPPING FILE VER 51.11 REF 1 MSG TYPE 57.32 FBA COMM SW VER 51.13 P.999…5..02.12 FBA DATA OUT12 55 COMMUNICATION TOOL 55.04 P.03.000 0…1 0…62 0…62 1…62 0…3 … … ms - 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms - 16 … 16 16 … 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 32 32 32 32 32 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 WPD WPD WPD WPD WPD WPD WPD x x x x - 57.12 REF1 MC GROUP 57.000 Broadcast 0 0 1 on-board PT - Save PF x x x x 51.250 Additional parameter data No.31 D2FBA COMM STA 51.02 COMM LOSS FUNC UINT32 57.0xFFFF 0x0000.09 KERNEL SYNC MODE 57.33 FBA APPL SW VER 52 FBA DATA IN 52.12 FBA DATA IN12 53 FBA DATA OUT 53.05 FOLLOWER MASK 2 57. 16 16 16 16 Default 0 IDLE 0x0000 (hex) 0x0000 (hex) 0 … 0 0 … 0 1 Auto 0 Disabled Alarm 1 0x00000000 (hex) 0x00000000 (hex) P.03 MDB PARITY 57 D2D COMMUNICATION 57.01 MDB STATION ID 55.06 REF 1 SRC 57.10 KERNEL SYNC OFFS 57. Name Type UINT32 UINT32 UINT32 UINT32 Range 0…65535 0…6 0x0000.14 NR REF1 MC GRPS UINT32 UINT32 .02 MDB BAUD RATE 55.08 FOLLOWER CW SRC 57..

0 0.01 INV OVERLOAD SEL 81.0 0.00…25.10 RELVL SPEED SEL 80.02 POS AXIS MODE 60.5 REAL enum REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL Bit pointer Bit pointer Bit pointer 0.12 MEDIUM SPEED 80.02 INV OVERLOAD DLY Pb REAL 0x0000…0xFFFF 0.21 SPEED3 OFF DLY 81 LIFT SUPERVISION 81.08 SPEED1 80.00 0. 10 ms 2 ms 2 ms 2 ms 10 ms 10 ms 10 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 16 16 32 32 16 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 Default PT Save PF - 60 POS FEEDBACK 60.05 POS UNIT 60.00 0.02.40 0.03 LOAD GEAR MUL 60.10 0.50 0.00 0.18 SPEED2 OFF DLY 80.06 FEED CONST MUL 60.04) DI STATUS. Cannot be set by the user.01.04 LOAD GEAR DIV 60.000 500 1 DI STATUS.00…25.Additional parameter data 251 No.0…5.16 SPEED3 80.17 OFF DLY SPD LIM 80.11 RELEVELING SPEED 80.00 0.0 0.00…25.00…25.01 POS ACT SEL 60.00…25.09 LEVELING SPEED 80.02.00…25.60 0.11 0.5 (P. 0.0…5.0…5.00 0.05 SPEED REF SEL1 80.25 PAR 80.00 0.03 SHEAVE DIAMETER 80.00…25.00 0.25 0.02.15 SPEED2 80.01.14 EVACUATION SPEED 80.0 m/s m/s m/s m/s m/s m/s m/s m/s s s s s 20 ms 100 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 32 16 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 .00…25.00 0.00 0.19 MED SPD OFF DLY 80.0 s 20 ms 20 ms 32 32 0x0000 (hex) 0.10 0.06 SPEED REF SEL2 80.0 0.00 1.00…25.07 FEED CONST DEN 80 LIFT SPEED REF 80.20 NOM SPD OFF DLY 80.3 (P.000 1…10000 1…8 m/s mm 1. Name Type Range Unit Update Data time len.05) WP 0.00 0…2 0.02 GEAR RATIO 80.001…1000.03) DI STATUS.0 0.0 0.0…5.13 INSPECTION SPEED 80.04 ROPING RATIO 80.0…5.01 NOMINAL SPEED 80.01.0 enum enum INT32 UINT32 enum UINT32 UINT32 0…1 0…1 -2147483647 …2147483647 1…2147483647 0…3 1…2147483647 1…2147483647 ENC1 Linear 1 1 Meter 1 1 WPD - A factory-set zero speed reference (0 m/s).4 (P.07 SPEED REF SEL3 80.

00 0.14 TORQUE NO LOAD 82. 02.00 0.02 ENCODER 2 SEL 90.30 0.00 -300.00 0.05) DISABLED 0.00…32767.00 0.00 0…7 0…7 0…11 0…5 0…2 m % - 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms - 16 32 32 16 16 16 16 16 NOT SEL 0.20 1.10 STALL FAULT DLY 81.02 DYN FRIC SPEED1 82.15 TORQUE HALF LOAD 82.00 0.00 0…1 0.10 0.00…10.00 0.07 DYN FRIC TORQ3 82.60 1.05 SPD RMP DEV LVL 81.03 DYN FRIC SPEED2 82.00 0.00 0.00…100.05 DYN FRIC TORQ1 82.00…25.0…250. Name Type enum REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL Val pointer enum REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL REAL Range 0…1 0.00…300.0 0.16 TORQUE FULL LOAD 83 SMART SLOWDOWN 83.00 0.0…25.10 MOMENT OF INERT 82.00 0.0 0.13 WEIGHT FULL LOAD 82.00 0.00…25.07 STALL TORQ MAX 81.03 EMUL MODE SEL 90.00…100.04 TTL ECHO SEL 90.0 0.00 0.0 0.01 ENCODER 1 SEL 90.0000 0.0000 0.00…300.09 INERTIA COMP EN 82.00 2.00 0.0 -70.01 SMART SLOWDN SEL 83.0…0.04 SPD STD DEV LVL 81.252 Additional parameter data No.00…32767.00 None None Disabled Disabled Fault - - .0 0.00…100.00 -300.00 0.06 DYN FRIC TORQ2 82.05 ENC CABLE FAULT enum REAL REAL enum enum enum enum UINT32 0…2 0.03 SAFETY MARGIN 90 ENC MODULE SEL 90.00…300.02 LV STOP SWC DIST 83.11 LVL MAX TIME 82 TORQUE COMP 82.00…25.00…100.00…200.00 0.00 Unit m/s m/s s % % m/s s s % m/s m/s m/s % % % kgm % % % 2 Update Data time len.00 PT - Save PF - 81.0000 …32767.00…25.04 DYN FRIC SPEED3 82.12 WEIGHT HALF LOAD 82.0 -250.01 STATIC FRIC TRQ 82.11 WEIGHT NO LOAD 82.09 STALL SPEED LIM 81.00…10. 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 100 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 20 ms 16 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 16 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 Default DISABLED 0.00…100.00 0.0 70.03 SPEED MATCH 81.08 STALL TORQ MIN 81.00 0.00 0.0 0.0…5.00 AI1 SCALED (P.06 SPEED MATCH DLY 81.00 -300.00 0.08 LOAD WEIGHT SEL 82.00 0.00 0.0 0.0…10.00…32767.00 0.

27 SSI ZERO PHASE 91.23 SSI DATA FORMAT 91.0 1 0 Quadrature auto rising TRUE FALSE 4880HZ 0 Quadrature auto rising - - 91. Name Type UINT32 Range 0…1 Unit - Update Data time len.30 ENDAT MODE 91.05 REFMARK ENA 91.02 ABS ENC INTERF 91.03 REV COUNT BITS 91.11 ENC2 PULSE NR 93.06 ENC1 OSC LIM 93.04 ENC1 POS EST ENA 93.26 SSI TRANSMIT CYC 91.31 ENDAT MAX CALC 92 RESOLVER CONF 92.25 SSI MODE 91.02 ENC1 TYPE 93.10 ENC PAR REFRESH 91 ABSOL ENC CONF 91.05 ENC1 SP EST ENA 93.02 EXC SIGNAL AMPL 93 PULSE ENC CONF 93.01 RESOLV POLEPAIRS 92.12 ENC2 TYPE 93.0 1…20 0…65535 0…1 0….22 SSI REVOL MSB 91.5 Vrms kHz - -- 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 0 None 0 0 FALSE Odd 9600 64 2 1 1 binary 100 kbit/s Initial pos.21 SSI POSITION MSB UINT32 UINT32 UINT32 UINT32 UINT32 UINT32 UINT32 UINT32 UINT32 UINT32 UINT32 - 92.01 SINE COSINE NR 91.5 0…1 0…1 0…3 0…65535 0…1 0….10 HIPERFACE PARITY 91.03 EXC SIGNAL FREQ UINT32 UINT32 enum enum enum enum enum UINT32 enum enum .13 ENC2 SP CALCMODE UINT32 UINT32 UINT32 UINT32 UINT32 UINT32 UINT32 UINT32 UINT32 0…65535 0…5 0…32 0…32 0…1 0…1 0…3 0…255 2…127 1…126 1…126 0…1 0…5 0…1 0…5 0…3 0…1 0…3 1…32 4.20 SSI CLOCK CYCLES 91.04 POS DATA BITS 91. 100 us 315-45 deg Initial pos.01 ENC1 PULSE NR 93.0…12.Additional parameter data 253 No. 16 Default Done PT WPD Save PF - 90.12 HIPERF NODE ADDR 91.24 SSI BAUD RATE 91.03 ENC1 SP CALCMODE 93. 50 ms 1 4.11 HIPERF BAUDRATE 91.

00000 0. p.00…100000. p.02 EXTERNAL CHOKE 97 USER MOTOR PAR 97.00000 …100.00 REAL24 0.00000 0.03 RR USER 97.12 0.00000 PT - Save PF - 93.00000 0.u.07 LQ USER 97.00000 0.00000 0.0000 0 WP WP - .00 0. p. Ohm Ohm mH mH mH mH ° (el.50000 0. p.u.254 Additional parameter data No.04 LM USER 97.00000 0.00000 0.647 0…1000 N•m - - 32 16 0.14 ENC2 POS EST ENA 93.00000 0.00000 0.15 ENC2 SP EST ENA 93.01 USE GIVEN PARAMS 97.00 REAL24 0.02 RS USER 97. p. p.12 SIGL USER SI 97.u.000 …21474