Siemens MICROMASTER

Siemens offers a broad range of AC drives. In the past, AC drives required expert set-up and commissioning to achieve desired operation. The Siemens MICROMASTER offers ³out of the box´ commissioning with auto tuning for motor calibration, flux current control, vector control, and PID (ProportionalIntegral-Derivative) regulator loops. The MICROMASTER is controlled by a programmable digital microprocessor and is characterized by ease of setup and use.

Features

The MICROMASTER is suitable for a variety of variable-speed applications, such as pumps, fans, and conveyor systems. The MICROMASTER is compact and its range of voltages enable the MICROMASTER to be used all over the world.

MICROMASTER 410

The MICROMASTER 410 is available in two frame sizes (AA and AB) and covers the lower end of the performance range. It has a power rating of 1/6 HP to 1 HP The . MICROMASTER 410 features a compact design, fanless cooling, simple connections, an integrated RS485 communications interface, and easy startup.

MICROMASTER 420 The MICROMASTER 420 is available in three frame sizes (A. B. and C) with power ratings from 1/6 HP to 15 HP Among the features of the MICROMASTER 420 are the following: ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Flux Current Control (FCC) Linear V/Hz Control Quadratic V/Hz Control Flying Restart Slip Compensation Automatic Restart PI Feedback for Process Control Programmable Acceleration/Deceleration Ramp Smoothing Fast Current Limit (FCL) Compound Braking . .

4-point ramp smoothing. two analog inputs. and switchable parameter sets. .F) and offers higher power ranges than the 420. The two analog inputs can also be programmed for use as digital inputs. The 440 also features Sensorless Vector Control. the 440 has three output relays. and six isolated digital inputs. For example. with a corresponding increase in functionality. built-in braking chopper.MICROMASTER 440 The MICROMASTER 440 is available in six frame sizes (A .

however. two programmable analog output. There are six programmable digital inputs. The optional operator panels and PROFIBUS module can be user installed. two analog inputs that can also be used as additional digital inputs. It is important to note.Design In order to understand the MICROMASTER¶s capabilities and some of the functions of an AC drive we will look at the 440. . and three programmable relay output. The MICROMASTER has a modular design that allows the user configuration flexibility. that some features of the MICROMASTER 440 are not available on the 410 and 420.

One BOP can be used for several units. jog. Individual parameter settings can be made with the Basic Operator Panel. Parameter values and units are shown on a 5-digit display. stop. Several language sets are available. Changing Operator Panels Changing operator panels is easy. . . Operator panels are used for programming and drive operation (start. even under power. plain text display. One AOP can control up to 31 drives. A release button above the panel allows operator panels to be interchanged.Operator Panels There are two operator panels. and reverse). Up to ten different parameter sets can be stored in the AOP The AOP features a multi-line. BOP AOP The Advanced Operator Panel enables parameter sets to be read out or written (upload/download) to the MICROMASTER. the Basic Operator Panel (BOP) and Advanced Operator Panel (AOP).

In the event of a failure the inverter switches off and a fault code appears in the display. minimum and maximum frequencies. These parameters can easily be modified to meet specific needs of an application. This accelerates the motor smoothly with less stress on the motor and connected load. could be set for 10 seconds and deceleration could be set for 60 seconds. Acceleration and deceleration are separately programmable from 0 to 650 seconds. The up and down pushbuttons scroll through parameters and are used to set a parameter value. . for example. Smoothing is a feature that can be added to the acceleration/ deceleration curve. which are good for many applications. Standard application parameters come preloaded. This feature smooths the transition between starting and finishing a ramp. Minimum and maximum speed are set by parameters P012 and P013.Parameters A parameter is a variable that is given a constant value. P003 and P004 are used to set a ramp function. Parameters such as ramp times. . and operation modes are easily set using either the BOP or AOP The ³P´ key toggles the display between a parameter number and the value of the parameter. Ramp Function A feature of AC drives is the ability to increase or decrease the voltage and frequency to a motor gradually. Acceleration. Parameters P002.

Analog Inputs The MICROMASTER 440 has two analog inputs (AIN1 and AIN2). or ground. Note that a jumper has been connected between terminals two (2) and four (4). An adjustable resistor is connected between terminals one and two. Terminal two (2) is the return path. PID control loops are used in process control to trim the speed. . Terminal three (3) is the positive (+) analog input to the drive. In addition. or 4 to 20 mA speed reference signal. Terminal one (1) is a +10 VDC power supply that is internal to the drive. The drive can also be programmed to accept 0 to 20 mA. Switches S1 and S2 are used to select a 0 mA to 20 mA or a 0 V to 10 V reference signal. In the following example AIN1 is set up as an analog reference that controls the speed of a motor from 0 to 100%. for the 10 Volt supply. An analog input cannot be left floating (open). If an analog input will not be used it must be connected to terminal two (2). allowing for a PID control loop function. Examples are temperature and pressure control. These signals are typically supplied to the drive by other equipment such as a programmable logic controller (PLC). AIN1 and AIN2 can be configured as digital inputs.

Thermistor Some motors have a built in thermistor. The display will indicate a fault has occurred. If the motor gets to a preset temperature as measured by the thermistor. Switches or contacts can be connected between the +24 VDC on terminal 9 and a digital input. while DIN3 is a fault reset terminal. . DIN 2 is used for reverse. If a motor becomes overheated the thermistor acts to interrupt the power supply to the motor. Other functions. The motor will coast to a stop. In addition AIN1 (DIN7) and AIN2 (DIN8) can be configured as digital inputs. A thermistor can be connected to terminals 14 and 15. can be programmed as well.Digital Inputs The MICROMASTER 440 has six digital inputs (DIN1 .DIN6). Standard factory programming uses DIN1 as a Start/Stop function. Virtually any standard thermistor as installed in standard catalog motors will work. such as preset speed and jog. the driver will interrupt power to the motor. Snap-action thermostat switches will also work.

converter frequency is at 0 or converter frequency is at minimum. a failure has occurred. Relay Output There are three programmable relay outputs (RL1. Relays can be programmed to indicate various conditions such as the drive is running. frequency setpoint. RL2. motor torque. and RL3) on the MASTERDRIVE 440. . The MICROMASTER 440 has two analog outputs (AOUT1 and AOUT2). and motor RPM. DC-link voltage.Analog Outputs Analog outputs can be used to monitor output frequency. motor current.

Serial Communication The MICROMASTER 440 has an RS485 serial interface that allows communication with computers (PCs) or programmable logic controllers (PLCs). and a measured motor over temperature fault (requires a device inside the motor). such as a fan. would cause an increase in torque. don¶t require as much starting torque. The standard RS485 protocol is called USS protocol and is programmable up to 57 K baud. for example. Siemens . Current Limit The MICROMASTER 440 is capable of delivering up to 150% of drive rated current for 60 seconds within a period of 300 seconds or 200% of drive rated current for a period of 3 seconds within a period of 60 seconds. Low speed boost can be adjusted high for applications requiring high torque at low speeds. An additional starting boost is available for applications requiring high starting torque. Some applications. a calculated motor over temperature warning. We learned in a previous lesson that a relationship exists between voltage (E). Low speed boost is a feature that allows the voltage to be adjusted at low speeds. Sophisticated speed/ time/current dependent overload functions are used to protect the motor. This will increase/decrease the torque. It is programmable up to 12 M baud. We also learned that torque (T) is dependent on magnetising flux. Low speed boost can be adjusted low for smooth. a motor overload fault. Contact your Siemens sales representative for information on USS and PROFIBUS protocol. Low Speed Boost . cool. An increase in voltage. frequency (F). and magnetising flux ()).6 PROFIBUS protocol is also available. Some applications. and quiet operation at low speed. such as a conveyor. The monitoring and protection functions include a drive overcurrent fault. require more torque to start and accelerate the load at low speed.

60 Hz motor as an example. . 440) Flux Current Control (FCC) (440) Sensorless vector frequency control (440) Closed loop vector control (440 with encoder option card) Linear Voltage/Frequency The MICROMASTER can operate utilizing a standard V/Hz curve. 420. This mode provides a V/Hz curve that matches the torque requirements of simple fan and pump applications. Quadratic Operation A second mode of operation is referred to as a quadratic voltage/frequency curve. constant volts per hertz is supplied to the motor at any frequency between 0 and 60 Hz. 420. This is the simplest type of control and is suitable for general purpose applications.Control Modes The MICROMASTER has four modes of operation: Linear voltage/frequency (410. 440) Quadratic voltage/frequency (410. Using a 460 VAC.

The reactive current component of stator current produces the rotating magnetic field. based on a small CEMF and known corrections for stator resistance. slight variations in stator resistance and other parameters will have an effect on speed calculation. . This results in improved dynamic performance compared to other control methods. Vector control. Sensorless Vector Control In the past. Motor nameplate data is entered into the drive. Proprietary internal computer algorithms attempt to keep the estimated magnetic flux constant. and field orientation are terms that describe this specialized control technique of AC drives. The motor is always operated at optimum efficiency. however. the dynamic response of a DC motor was generally considered significantly better than an AC motor. Speed remains reliably constant even under varying load conditions. Vector control systems facilitate independent control of flux producing and torque producing elements in an induction motor. The active current produces work. An AC motor. Using a complex mathematical motor model and proprietary internal computer algorithms vector control is able to exert the necessary control over an AC motor so that its performance is equal to that of a DC motor. is less expensive and requires less maintenance than a DC motor. and inverter output current. When motor speed is calculated at very low speeds. This makes vector control without a tachometer impractical below a few hertz. calculated CEMF inverter output voltage. . flux vector. Sensorless vector control calculates rotor speed based on the motor model. Flux current control automatically adapts the drive output to the load. If the motor nameplate information has been correctly entered and the drive properly set up. the flux current control mode will usually provide better dynamic performance than simple V/Hz control. The drive estimates motor magnetic flux based on the measured reactive stator current and the entered nameplate data.Flux Current Control Stator current (IS) is made up of active and reactive current.

Quadrant III is reverse motoring or driving (CCW). Once the car has reached the desired speed your foot can be let off the accelerator a little. and other concepts are complex and beyond the scope of this course. . When the car comes to an incline a little more gas. Motor torque is developed in the positive direction to drive the connected load at a desired speed (N). Sensorless vector control drives will produce full torque below a few hertz. This is similar to driving a car forward on a flat surface from standstill to a desired speed. Single-Quadrant Operation In the speed-torque chart there are four quadrants according to direction of rotation and direction of torque. It takes more forward or motoring torque to accelerate the car from zero to the desired speed. Reverse motoring is achieved by reversing the direction of the rotating magnetic field. maintains speed. Expert setup and commissioning may be required to achieve desired operation at low speed. controlled by the accelerator. There are some complicated techniques used to accomplish this low speed torque with sensorless vector control. A single-quadrant drive operates only in quadrants I or III (shaded area). flux adaptation. and 150% or more torque at all speeds. slip compensation.Siemens sensorless vector control drives do operate smoothly to low speed. Quadrant I is forward motoring or driving (CW). Parameters for static torque.

As the motor decelerates to a stop a DC voltage is periodically applied to the motor windings. The drive monitors bus voltage during operation and triggers compound braking when the bus exceeds a set threshold point. Up to 250% of the motor¶s rated current can be applied. The amount of time required to stop a motor depends on the inertia of the motor and connected load. This is similar to alternately applying the brakes to slow a car. Compound Braking . turning off the ignition and allowing the car to coast to a stop. Voltage and frequency are reduced gradually until the motor is at stop. Compound braking uses a combination of the controlled deceleration ramp and DC injection braking. then allowing the mechanical inertia of the engine to slow the vehicle until the car is brought to a stop.Coast-to-Stop To stop an AC motor in single-quadrant operation voltage and frequency can simply be removed and the motor allowed to coast to a stop. This would be similar to slowly removing your foot from the accelerator of a car. Another way is to use a controlled deceleration. Controlled Deceleration DC Injection Braking The DC injection braking mode stops the rotating magnetic field and applies a constant DC voltage to the motor windings. The excess energy on the bus is dissipated in the motor windings. This is similar to removing your foot from the accelerator and applying the brakes to bring the car to a stop quickly. helping stop the motor. The more inertia the longer it will take to stop. This is similar to putting a car in neutral.

The car¶s engine will act as a brake. When equipped with an optional braking resistor the Siemens MICROMASTER is capable of four-quadrant operation. . Braking occurs in quadrants II and IV. negative torque is developed in the motor. The motor acts like a generator by converting mechanical power from the shaft into electrical power which is returned to the AC drive. Torque will always act to cause the rotor to run towards synchronous speed. This is similar to driving a car downhill.Four-Quadrant Operation The dynamics of certain loads may require four-quadrant operation. If the synchronous speed is suddenly reduced.

slowing the connected load quickly. Excess energy is dissipated by the resistor. The braking resistor is connected to terminals B+ and B-. The braking resistor is added and removed from the circuit by an IGBT. removing the resistor from the DC link. When the DC link reaches a predetermined limit the IGBT is switched on by the control logic. Various drive components can be damaged by this excessive voltage. Energy returned by the motor is seen on the DC link. a means must exist to deal with the electrical energy returned to the drive by the motor. This process allows the motor to act as a brake.Pulsed Resistor Braking In order for an AC drive to operate in quadrant II or IV. When DC link voltage is reduced to a safe level the IGBT is switched off. An optional braking resistor is available for the Siemens MICROMASTER. . Electrical energy returned by the motor can cause voltage in the DC link to become excessively high when added to existing supply voltage. This is referred to as pulsed resistor braking. reducing bus voltage. The resistor is placed across the DC link.

the maximum distance is 50 meters (164 feet). is 100 meters (328 feet). or if cable is run through a metal conduit.Distance to Motor All motor cables have line-to-line and line-to-ground capacitance. If shielded cable is used. such as shielded cable or cables in metal conduit. Voltage spikes caused by long cable lengths can potentially shorten the life of the inverter and the motor. have greater capacitance. when unshielded cable is used. The maximum distance between a motor and the MICROMASTER. the greater the capacitance. When considering an application where distance may be a problem. The longer the cable. . Spikes occur on the output of all PWM drives because of the charging current of the cable capacitance. contact your local Siemens representative. Higher voltage (460 VAC) and higher capacitance (long cables) result in higher current spikes. Some types of cables.

In addition. consequently the drive can¶t dissipate heat as effectively and the drive must be derated. At higher elevations the air is thinner.Enclosures The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) has specified standards for equipment enclosures. Ambient Temperature The MICROMASTER is rated for operation in an ambient temperature of 0 to 40° C for variable torque drives and 0 to 50°C for constant torque drives. The drive must be derated to operate at higher ambient temperatures. above 2000 meters (6600 feet) the supply voltage must be reduced. . The MICROMASTER is supplied in a protected chassis and a NEMA Type 1 enclosure. Elevation The MICROMASTER is rated for operation below 1000 meters (3300 feet).

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Acknowledgement If alarm and fault messages are present. starting from any parameter during operation: 1. This button is disabled by default. output current. Pressing the button starts the inverter. Activate the button: see button "Start inverter" OFF2 Pressing the button twice (or once long) causes the motor to coast to a standstill. Pressing this button decreases the displayed value. 2. Pressing this button increases the displayed value. Upon returning to r0000. you can then change another parameter. The value selected in P0005 (If P0005 is set to show any of the above (1 . Manual mode Automatic mode Functions Access parameters Increase value Decrease value MICROMASTER 430 Operating Instructions (Compact) 21 .Issue 10/06 5 BOP-2 (Option) 5 5. The drive inverter is then controlled from the sources P0700[0] (command source) or P1000[0] (setpoint source).1 Panel/ Button BOP-2 (Option) Buttons and their Functions Function Indicates Status Start inverter Stop inverter Effects The LCD displays the settings currently used by the inverter. Additional presses will toggle around the above displays. if required. output voltage (indicated by o ± units V). The following applies for the pre-setting: Automatic mode activated (CDS 1 activated) CDS 1 : P0700[0] = 2 (terminals) P1000[0] = 2 (ADC) This button can be used to view additional information. Activate the button: P0700 = 1 or P0719 = 10 .4) then this will not be shown again). Jump Function From any parameter (rxxxx or Pxxxx) a short press of the Fn button will immediately jump to r0000. then these can be acknowledged by pressing key Fn.. The following applies for the pre-setting: Manual operation de-activated (CDS 2 de-activated) CDS 2 : P0700[1] = 1 (BOP-2) P1000[1] = 1 (MOP) The automatic mode is selected by pressing the button. DC link voltage (indicated by d ± units V). The drive inverter is then controlled from the sources P0700[1] (command source) or P1000[1] (setpoint source). (A) 3. 16 OFF1 Pressing the button causes the motor to come to a standstill at the selected ramp down rate. output frequency (Hz) 4. This function is always enabled (independent of P0700 or P0719). It works by pressing and holding the button.. This button is disabled by default. Pressing this button allows access to the parameters. pressing the Fn button will return you to your starting point. It shows the following. Manual operation is selected by pressing the button. 5.

then is displayed. 22 MICROMASTER 430 Operating Instructions (Compact) . If an attempt is made to use either a BOP or AOP.2 Step 1 2 3 4 5 6 Changing parameters using as an example P0004 "Parameter filter function" Result on the display in order to access the parameter until P0004 is displayed in order to reach the parameter value level or in order to obtain the required value Press Press Press Press Press to acknowledge the value and to save the value The user can only see the command parameters.5 BOP-2 (Option) Issue 10/06 CAUTION A MICROMASTER 430 can only be operated using the BOP-2. 5.

50 Hz ON = hp. Select motor type 1 Asynchronous motor (induction motor) 2 Synchronous motor NOTE For P0300 = 2 (synchronous motor). frequency default 60 Hz 2 North America [kW]. The quick commissioning shouldn't be carried-out if the rated motor data saved in the frequency inverter (4-pole 1LA Siemens motor. P0003 = 3 1 0 0 0 P0100 P0100 1 MICROMASTER 430 Operating Instructions (Compact) 23 . Parameters. the setting of switch DIP50/60 determines the value of P0100.. P0300 =.g.. frequency default 60 Hz NOTE For P0100 = 0 or 1. START Factory setting User access level * 1 Standard: Allows access into most frequently used parameters 2 Extended: Allows extended access e.. 60 Hz P0300 =.. (enters the line supply frequency) 0 Europe [kW].Issue 10/06 6 Commissioning 6 6.. Refer to the parameter list for additional setting possibilities. Europe/ North America P0100 =.. designated with a * offer more setting possibilities than are actually listed here.1 Commissioning Quick commissioning The frequency inverter is adapted to the motor using the quick commissioning function and important technological parameters are set. OFF = kW. to inverter I/O functions 3 Expert (For expert use only) Parameter filter * P0004 = 0 0 All parameters 2 Inverter 3 Motor 4 Speed sensor Commissioning parameter * P0010 = 1 0 Ready 1 Quick commissioning 30 Factory setting NOTE P0010 should be set to 1 in order to parameterize the data of the motor rating plate. only the V/f control types (P1300 < 20) are permitted. star circuit configuration frequency inverter (FU)specific) match the rating plate data. frequency default 50 Hz 1 North America [hp].

p1910 is reset (p1910 = 0. In order to set the frequency inverter into a defined state.Issue 10/06 6 Commissioning 6. If this is not the case. When p1910 = 1 is selected. Alarm A0541 (motor data identification active) is output. 5 °C. MICROMASTER 430 Operating Instructions (Compact)   | Motor temp. The motor aligns itself and current flows through it.P0625| H 5 °C ? yes no Allow the motor to cool down 0 27 .2 Motor data identification START P0625 = ? Ambient motor temperature (entered in °C) The motor ambient temperature is entered at the instant that motor data is being determined (factory setting: 20 °C). then the motor data identification routine can only be carried-out after the motor has cooled down. Starts the motor data identification run with p1910 = 1 The measuring operation is initiated with the continuous (steady-state) ON command. After the motor data identification routine has been completed. Factory setting 20 °C P1910 = 1 A0541 ON OFF1 END Select motor data identification with P1910 = 1 p1910 = 1: Identifies the motor parameter with parameter change. . and internally p0340 is set to 3. an OFF1 command must be issued before the next step. motor data identification routine inhibited) and Alarm A0541 is cleared (deleted). The difference between the motor temperature and the motor ambient temperature P0625 must lie in the tolerance range of approx.

. designated with a * offer more setting possibilities than are actually listed here. The frequency inverter offers numerous functions . refer to the parameter list for additional functions..g.but not all of these are required for the particular application. 0 Factory fault setting 1 BOP-2 (keypad) 2 Terminal 4 USS on BOP-2 link 5 USS on COM link 6 CB on COM link 2 BOP Terminals USS BOP link USS COM link CB COM link P0700 = 2 Sequence control Setpoint channel Motor control 28 MICROMASTER 430 Operating Instructions (Compact) . A large proportion of the possible functions are described here. P2011 =. P2012 =..3.. Parameters. Refer to the parameter list for additional setting possibilities.1 P2010 =.3. P2013 =..3 Commissioning the application An application is commissioned to adapt/optimize the frequency inverter .motor combination to the particular application... START P0003 = 3 User access level * 1 Standard: Allows access into most frequently used parameters 2 Extended: Allows extended access e. USS PKW length Defines the number of 16-bit words in PKW part of USS telegram. to inverter I/O functions 3 Expert (For expert use only) 1 6. These functions can be skipped when commissioning the application.2 P0700 =.. USS PZD length Defines the number of 16-bit words in PZD part of USS telegram.. Serial Interface (USS) USS baud rate Sets baud rate for USS communication.6 Commissioning Issue 10/06 6. USS address Sets unique address for inverter.. Selection of command source Selection of command source Selects digital command source. 6 0 2 127 Possible Settings: 4 2400 Baud 5 4800 Baud 6 9600 Baud 7 19200 Baud 8 38400 Baud 9 57600 Baud 10 76800 Baud 11 93750 Baud 12 115200 Baud 6.

.9 P24 (PNP) Kl..3 P0701 = . P0706 = .3 ms debounce time PNP / NPN digital inputs Change-over (toggles) between high active (PNP) and low active (NPN)... P0705 = . P0702 = .Issue 10/06 6 Commissioning 6.. DIN1 . P0704 = . CO/BO: Binary input values Displays status of digital inputs...9 V. 0 NPN mode ==> low active 1 PNP mode ==> high active DIN channel (e. 0V MICROMASTER 430 Operating Instructions (Compact) 29 ... 0 No debounce time 1 2..7 V DIN7 1 DIN8 1 2 2 3 10 4 11 0 0 P0725 = .inp...val Pxxxx BI: .. OFF < 1. Terminal 10 1 12 9 15 15 15 Possible Settings: 0 Digital input disabled 1 ON / OFF1 2 ON + Reverse / OFF1 3 OFF2 ± coast to standstill 4 OFF3 ± quick ramp-down 9 Fault acknowledge 12 Reverse 13 MOP up (increase frequency) 14 MOP down (decrease frequency) 15 Fixed setpoint (Direct selection) 16 Fixed setpoint (Direct selection + ON) 17 Fixed setpoint (Binary coded selection + ON) 25 DC brake enable 27 Enable PID 28 Bypass mode command input 29 External trip 33 Disable additional freq setpoint 99 Enable BICO parameterization ON > 3... 1 P0725 (1) 24 V 0 1 0 1 3 1 P0701 Debounce time: DIN 0 . 3 P0724 (3) Function 24 V T 0 & r0722 r0722 .. This applies to all digital inputs simultaneously.PNP (P0725 = 1)) Kl.. P0707 = 0 P0708 = 0 r0722 P0724 = .. Debounce time for digital inputs Defines debounce time (filtering time) used for digital inputs.3. P0703 = ..5 ms debounce time 2 8..0 CO/BO: Bin.28 0 V (NPN) PNP/NPN DIN 0 ...g. Terminal 3 Function digital input 8 Via analog input.2 ms debounce time 3 12. Digital input (DIN) Function digital input 1 Terminal 5 Function digital input 2 Terminal 6 Function digital input 3 Terminal 7 Function digital input 4 Terminal 8 Function digital input 5 Terminal 16 Function digital input 6 Terminal 17 Function digital input 7 Via analog input.

3 52.5 52. f_act > P2167 (f_off) Act. f_act >= setpoint Act..y 1 -1 Relay : max.. freq. BI: Function of digital output 3 * Defines source of digital output 3.B 52.3 52.8 52.28 Function xxxx.3.C 52.E 52.18 Kl.. freq. CO/BO: State of digital outputs Displays status of digital outputs (also includes inversion of digital outputs via P0748).20 Kl.6 52.0 52. BI: Function of digital output 2 * Defines source of digital output 2. f_act <= P2155 (f_1) Act.D 52.. Vdc r0026 < P2172 Act. f_act <= P1080 (f_min) Act.y rxxxx. freq.9 COM Kl. opening / closing time 5 / 10 ms 30 MICROMASTER 430 Operating Instructions (Compact) . Invert digital output Defines high and low states of relay for a given function.F 53.8 53.0 Drive ready Drive ready to run Drive running Closed 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 DOUT channel BI: Fct.7 0.19 NO or NC Kl..3 53.. 7 P0748 (0) 0 int.7 52. 52... load capability DC 30 V / 5 A AC 250 V / 2 A max. current r0027 > P2170 Act.2 P0748 = .C (52:3) Invert DOUTs 0 .4 52. 100 mA Kl. f_act > P2155 (f_1) Act. 0 Drive fault active OFF2 active OFF3 active Switch on inhibit active Drive warning active Deviation setpoint/actual value PZD control (Process Data Control) Maximum frequency reached Warning: Motor current limit Motor holding brake (MHB) active Motor overload Motor running direction right Inverter overload DC brake active Act.7 53. of DOUT 1 P0731.0 Common Settings: 52. r0747 = .6 Commissioning Issue 10/06 6.5 53...6 53. Digital outputs (DOUT) BI: Function of digital output 1 * Defines source of digital output 1.1 53. freq. P0732 = .. Vdc r0026 > P2172 PID output r2294 == P2292 (PID_min) PID output r2294 == P2291 (PID_max) CO/BO: State DOUTs r0747 r0747. 24 V max.1 52.. freq.9 52.y P0731 = xxxx.A 52.2 53. P0733 = .4 53.4 P0731 = .0 53.B 52.A 53.

..B 52.3 52. of DOUT 1 P0731.9 COM Kl. Vdc r0026 > P2172 PID output r2294 == P2292 (PID_min) PID output r2294 == P2291 (PID_max) CO/BO: State DOUTs r0747 r0747. CO/BO: State of digital outputs Displays status of digital outputs (also includes inversion of digital outputs via P0748).0 52.F 53.5 53.3 53...6 Commissioning Issue 10/06 6.0 53.2 53. freq.3 52... f_act <= P2155 (f_1) Act.A 53.2 P0748 = .5 52. BI: Function of digital output 3 * Defines source of digital output 3. 24 V max. freq.4 P0731 = ..C (52:3) Invert DOUTs 0 .4 53.4 52. freq. r0747 = . f_act > P2167 (f_off) Act. 100 mA Kl. Digital outputs (DOUT) BI: Function of digital output 1 * Defines source of digital output 1.6 53. current r0027 > P2170 Act.E 52.B 52.y P0731 = xxxx.7 0..D 52. 0 Drive fault active OFF2 active OFF3 active Switch on inhibit active Drive warning active Deviation setpoint/actual value PZD control (Process Data Control) Maximum frequency reached Warning: Motor current limit Motor holding brake (MHB) active Motor overload Motor running direction right Inverter overload DC brake active Act.9 52.3.19 NO or NC Kl.8 52. Invert digital output Defines high and low states of relay for a given function. opening / closing time 5 / 10 ms 30 MICROMASTER 430 Operating Instructions (Compact) .6 52.20 Kl.0 Common Settings: 52. load capability DC 30 V / 5 A AC 250 V / 2 A max. f_act > P2155 (f_1) Act. f_act <= P1080 (f_min) Act.y rxxxx.. BI: Function of digital output 2 * Defines source of digital output 2.7 53.18 Kl..y 1 -1 Relay : max. freq. 52.1 52.0 Drive ready Drive ready to run Drive running Closed 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 DOUT channel BI: Fct. P0733 = .8 53..A 52. Vdc r0026 < P2172 Act.7 52. P0732 = . 7 P0748 (0) 0 int..C 52. freq.1 53.28 Function xxxx. f_act >= setpoint Act.

[4000h] CI: Additional setpoint CO: Act. of the MOP Sequence control Additonal setpoint Setpoint channel Main setpoint Motor control P1074 = . Output freq..3.5 P1000 =. x P1000 = 12 P1000 = 12 0:0 1:0 31 . Selection of frequency setpoint Selection of frequency setpoint 0 No main setpoint 1 MOP setpoint 2 Analog setpoint 3 Fixed frequency 4 USS on BOP-2 link 5 USS on COM link 6 CB on COM link 7 Analog setpoint 2 10 No main setpoint 11 MOP setpoint 12 Analog setpoint 2 + MOP setpoint + MOP setpoint + MOP setpoint CB on COM link + Analog setpoint 2 76 Analog setpoint 2 + Analog setpoint 2 77 NOTE In addition to the main setpoint.. ADC after scal..0 (100 %) 755 Analog input setpoint 1024 Fixed frequency setpoint 1050 MOP setpoint MICROMASTER 430 Operating Instructions (Compact) .. CI: Additional setpoint scaling Defines the source to scale the additional setpoint. a supplementary setpoint can be entered using P1000 Example P1000 = 12 : P1000 = 12 ” P1070 = 755 P1000 = 12 ” P1075 = 1050 MOP ADC FF USS BOP link USS COM link CB COM link ADC2 P1074 P1076 P1070 r0755 P1075 r1050 CI: Main setpoint CO: Act..Issue 10/06 6 Commissioning 6... BI: Disable additional setpoint Disables additional setpoint (ZUSW). Common settings: 1 Scaling of 1.. P1076 = .

.. Delay. 0V 0. 0 .7 V 3. terminals 3.. P0758 =.3. 0 Unipolar voltage input (0 to +10 V) 1 Unipolar voltage input with monitoring (0 to 10 V) 2 Unipolar current input (0 to 20 mA) 3 Unipolar current input with monitoring (0 to 20 mA) 4 Bipolar voltage input (-10 to +10 V) NOTE For P0756 to P0760.20 mA 7 P0757 =.. the following applies: Index 0 : Analog input 1 (ADC1)....20 mA ADC2 OFF = [V].6 Pxxxx Function ADC type A D ADC type ADC scaling P0756 Wire breakage sensing 1 0 1. Value x2 of ADC scaling Value y2 of ADC scaling 100.10 V ON = [A].6 P0756 = . Analog input (ADC) ADC type Defines the analog input type and activates the monitoring function of the analog input.9 V P0707 32 MICROMASTER 430 Operating Instructions (Compact) ..0 % This parameter represents the value of x2 as a % of P2000 (reference frequency). 0 . P0761 > 0 0 < P0758 < P0760 % 100 % ASPmax || 0 > P0758 > P0760 4000 h P0759 =.6 Commissioning Issue 10/06 6. 0 .. Width of ADC deadband 0 V Defines width of deadband on analog input. P0760 =.... ADC signal loss Defines the delay time between the loss of the analog setpoint and fault message F0080 being displayed. 11 Value x1 of ADC scaling Value y1 of ADC scaling This parameter represents the value of x1 as a % of P2000 (reference frequency). 4 Index 1 : Analog input 2 (ADC2). terminals 10. 0 . ADC channel DIP switch KL3 ADC+ KL4 ADC 10 ms P0757 P0758 P0759 P0760 r0754 P1000 P0761 ADC dead zone P0761 P0762 T 0 P0756 P0753 Setpoint r0755 Pxxxx r0752 F0080 r0751 r0722 r0722. 10 V P0760 P0758 P0757 P0761 P0757 = P0761 ASPmin P0761 =...10 V ON = [A]. 10 V P0759 20 mA x100% V mA P0762 = .0 % 0 ADC1 OFF = [V].

0 % Value x1 of DAC scaling Defines the output characteristic value x1 as a %.... 27 Smooth time DAC Defines smoothing time [ms] for analog output signal.3. terminals 12.Issue 10/06 6 Commissioning 6.0 % Value x2 of DAC scaling Defines the output characteristic value x2 as a %.. the following applies: Index 0 : Analog output 1 (DAC1). P0777 x1 P0779 x2 100 % % P0780 = ... 2 ms 0 P0776 = . P0780 and the dead zone are always entered in 0 ± 20 mA For the DAC as voltage output. P0778 = . Width of DAC deadband Sets width of deadband in [mA] for analog output. 0 Current output 1 Voltage output NOTE P0776 changes the scaling of r0774 (0 ± 20 mA – 0 ± 10 V) Scaling parameters P0778.7 P0771 = . 100.20 mA analog output. Value y2 of DAC scaling This parameter represents the value for x2 in mA. This parameter represents the lowest analog value as a % of P200x (depending on the setting of P0771). 0 Value y1 of DAC scaling This parameter represents the value for x1 in mA. mA 20 P0780 y2 P0781 P0778 y1 21 P0773 =. This parameter represents the lowest analog value as a % of P200x (depending on the setting of P0771).. This parameter enables smoothing for DAC using a PT1 filter. 20 0 MICROMASTER 430 Operating Instructions (Compact) .. the DAC outputs must be terminated using a 500 Ÿ resistor 0. 13 Index 1 : Analog output 2 (DAC2). P0779 = . P0777 = . 21 CO: Output frequency (scaled according to P2000) 24 CO: Frequency inverter output frequency (scaled according to P2000) 25 CO: Output voltage (scaled according to P2001) 26 CO: DC link voltage (scaled according to P2001) 27 CO: Output current (scaled according to P2002) NOTE For P0771 to P0781... P0781 = .. DAC type Defines the analog output type.. Analog output (DAC) CI: DAC Defines function of the 0 .... terminals 26..