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    (Sh ALLEN-BRADLEYXHJF A ROCKWELL INTERNATIONAL COMPANYInstruction ManualBulletinÿ,3ÿ2 §j Hf |Adjustable FrequencyACMotorDrive230, 460, 57SVACPrice: $25.00

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    Becauseof the variety of uses forthis equipment andbecause of the differences between this solid stateequipment andelectromechanical equipment,the userof and those responsibleforapplying thisequipment must satisfy themselves astothe acceptabilityofeach application and use ofthe equipment. In noev...

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    page iTable of ContentsTABLEOF CONTENTSChapter/SectionTitlePageIntroduction11.0Manual Objectives . .1.1Chapter Objectives .1.2Drive Catalog Listing1.3Modifications1-11-11-11-22Specifications2.0ChapterObjectives .2.1Specification Tables2-12-1Installation33-13.0Chapter Objectives3.1Initial Inspecti...

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    pageiiTable of ContentsAppendixTitlePageAPowerInterconnectionsPowerInterconnectionsA-1Prechecks andTroubleshootingBMaintenanceTroubleshooting PrechecksTroubleshooting Guide.. .B-1B-1B—3cRemoteOperatorStation- MOD FDescriptionSpecificationsInstallationWiringApproximateDimensionsC-1C-1C-1C-2C-2Pr...

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    Chapter1IntroductionThe purposeof this manual is to providethe userwith the informationnecessarytoinstall, start-up,maintain and troubleshoot the Bulletin1332 Adjustable FrequencyAC Drive. Specifications, installationinstructions and operationofthe Bulletin 1332Modifications arealsoprovidedinthis...

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    Page 1-2IntroductionBulletin 1332modifications aresupplied separatelyfor field installation.The modifications are identified asBulletin 1332 - MOD - (letter).1.3Modifications1332 -MOD -(letter)NominalLetterVoltageDescription......................mmmmmmmmmRemote Operator Station—Preset SpeedsAll...

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    Chapter2SpecificationsChapter 2provides theelectrical and environmental specificationsforthe Bulletin 1332 Adjustable FrequencyAC Drive.2.0Chapter ObjectivesThe following tables listthe specificspecifications for the 230, 460and575volt Bulletin 1332. General specifications for allDrives arepresen...

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    Page 2-2Specifications1332-xxB (460V Drives)filiisDriveRatingsNominal HP1-5 HPVT___|i.C, 3$, 50/60 Hz380V AC, 34>, 50/60 HzInputVoltageStandard460V AAlternate:415orOutputVoltage;0 toNominal InputVoltage 0 to 460VTypical—Outputvolts pe- HzStandard460V nput• 6. Hz0 to60 Hz inAuto Boost (660V...

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    Page 2-3Specifications1332-xxC (575V Drives)HB8oimiM_1 to 15 HPnV::|PDriveNominal HPRatingsM“r j"InputVoltageStandard:57SV AC,3<t>. 50/60 Hz_ Alternate:575V AC. 1$. 50/60 Hz_OutputVolts per HzStandard:9.58 V/Hz,0 to60 Hz m Auto Boost (575v at60 Hz)958 V/Hz.40%r-20% inManualAlternate:...

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    Page 2-4SpecificationsAll UnitsIncominglineAllowable variationvoltageinput Voltage, 110%InputFrequency, ±3Mzfrequency SettingOutput FrequencyRange: 3 to 50 Hz,3 Hz to60 Hz,6 Hz to 120 Hz. i2 Hz to 240 HzOutputWaveformControl SchemeSine Weighted PWM ControlOutputSwitching DeviceTransistorControlS...

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    Chapter3InstallationChapter 3providesthe general requirements,dimensions and wiringprocedures required toinstall the Bulletin 1332.3.0ChapterObjectivesUpon receiptof yourBulletin 1332 Drive, carefulinspection for shippingdamageshouldbe made. If anyitems are obviously damaged, itistheresponsibilit...

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    Page3-2Installation3.2mGeneral Requirements(Continued)iSiiff!!7V3Bulletin1332A(5t)i(102)Imllfllr«SQ®ii - I7: •..’Dimensions areFigure 3-1.Minimum Mounting ClearancesBefore actualinstallation, remove all packing material, wedges orbraces fromwithin and around the Drive. Remove all packing ma...

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    Page 3-3InstallationA—Diameter.24(6)CDo$t>.EBHU]G3’1-1 ©0©©no oi4HGOTOoFDimensions ininches (mm)'Weightlbs. (kg)CEFB *GADModelHP3/410.63(270)11.81(300)6 89(175)10 24(260)6 69(170)9.92(252)1 57(40)11 0(5)ZAA10.24 (260)6 69 (V70)9.92 (252)1.57 (40)11.3 (5.1)IIH1063 (270)11781 (300)6.89(17...

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    Page3-4InstallationADiameter*ÿ0c-*ÿ’7 a]4 t4>E8fong]©©pri© © ©Qo©*4 a;iGI f:•«-F—J#L; SDimensions in inches (mm)Weightlbs.(kg)ModelHPAaCDEP612.20(310)25.59(650)8.26(210)11.42(290)16.14(410)10 78(274)4.72(120)44 1(20)DAA7.51012.20(310)2S.59 (650)8.26(210)11.42(290)16.14(410)10 78...

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    Page 3-5InstallationA*DCI©BEB2©ED©o ©O©©m©"[oo,.f - f;Oiameter.26(6.5):SriEDimensions ininches(mm)Weightlbs. (kg)EC0B28AModelHP14.17(360532 28(820)33.46<8S0)826(210)12 20(310)32.87(335)64 0(29)15FAA14.17(360)32 23(820)33.46(850)826(210)12 20(310)32 87(835)66.2(30)20GAArm ersra crrr...

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    Page 3-6InstallationADiameter.24(6)DCAo4fAEBfoolG3sDO#QQo44<3OTooM«-F-II11Dimensions in inches (mm)yiiii'ii1CWeightlbs, (kg)ModelHPB*ACD£FG110.63(270)11.81(300?6 89(175)10.24(260)6 69(170)9.92(252)157(40)11.3(5.1)AAB_210.63(270)12.99(330)6.89(175)10.24(260)787(200)9.92(252)1 57(40)16.8(7.6)3...

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    Page 3-7InstallationADiameter•24(6)c0o4'EB[TTgE!© © ©E]®Ooo_L.Gi©OTOoF>Dimensions ininches (mm):..r ':Weightlbs,(kg)PGB*cDeAModelHP10 63(270)14,96(380)6 89(175)10 24(260)985(250)9 92(252)157(4(3)18.7(85)AAt1:210 63(270)1496(380)689(175)10.24(260)9 85(250)992(252)1 57(40)187(8.5)YAC310 6...

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    Page 3-8InstallationA-Diameter-24(6)-*•D«*•C-he¬ftyI4IEBfOOB©ElO4'4Gr*-F•HDimensions in inches(mm)Weightibs. (kg)DModelHPA8CEFGDAC7.512.20(310)25 59(650)826(210)11.42(290)16 14(410)10 78(274)472(120)38.6(17 5)12.20(310)25.59(650)826(210)11.42(290)16.14(410)10 78(274)4 72(120)390(17 7)EAC...

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    Page3-9InstallationIMPORTANT:The National ElectricalCode (NEC), requires thatmotoroverload protectionbe provided inthe motor branch circuit. Thestandard Bulletin 1332does notprovide this protection.Eutectic Alloy orbi-metal overload relays can beutilized toproviderunning overcurrentprotection. Du...

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    Page 3-10InstallationThe following statements apply formultimotor operation:- The combined totalof motorkVA cannot exceedthe kVA outputoftheDrive.- If outputcontactorsareused, the operatingDrive mustbe stoppedbefore aswitching sequenceis initiated toavoid overcurrenttrips.3.5PowerCircuitTerminals...

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    Page3-11InstallationAll remotesignal wiring mustbe run separatefrom power andcontrolwiring. Nearby relays,solenoids, orbrake coils canproduceelectricalnoisetransients and causeerraticDrive behavior. Transientsuppression networks mustbeadded acrossthe coilsof these devices.3.6Control Terminals(Con...

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    . Page 3-12InstallationIMPORTANT: Speed Pot (signal)wiringmustbetwisted, threeconductorshielded wire, having (2) to (3) twists perinch. If the potisremotely mounted,the wiring must be run in separatesteel conduit toeliminate the possibility ofelectrical noise. The shield mustbe groundedatthe cont...

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    Page3-13Installation12 & 13:FORWARD /REVERSE operation canbe accomplished byconnectionof asinglepole switch tothese terminals.Connection tothese terminals allows for operation throughthe controller’s anti-plugreversing circuit. With SW3 intheREMOTE positionand the singlepole switch open,the...

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    Page 3-14InstallationThese terminals areavailablefor aremoteFault indicationwhen the Drive tripsdue toan overcurrent,overvoltage, lowvoltage, overtemperature, or auxiliary Fault. The isolatedForm C contacts areratedfor 3 amperesresistive (0.8 amperesinductive) at 120VAC. Terminals 18 and 19allowf...

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    Chapter4OptionsThis chapterlists anddescribes the optionsavailable fortheBulletin1332 Adjustable Frequency AC Drive.4.0Chapter ObjectivesListed below are the optionsfor the Bulletin 1332.Refer totheAppendices (orindividual ModInstruction sheets)for installation andoperationdetails.•RemoteOperat...

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    Page 4-2Options4.1•HeavyDutyDynamic Braking (Publication 1332-5.0.6)MOD K (230VInput, 3/4-5 HP)MOD K2 (230V Input, 7.5-20 HP)MOD K3 (460VInput, 1-5 HP)MOD K4 (575VInput, 1-5 HP)MOD K5 (575V Input, 7.5-15 HP)Asstandard, the Bulletin 1332Drive canprovide up to 20%(approximately) braking torque.Th...

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    Chapter5Operationand Initial AdjustmentsChapter 5describes the general operationof aninduction motorwhenoperatedfrom the Bulletin 1332Drive. In addition, the chapteralsoincludes adescription of Drive functions,controls and adjustments thatmustbemade prior toinstallation, includingalternate voltag...

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    Page5-2Operationand Initial AdjustmentsRefer to Figure 5-2forthe following "Description of Operation.”5.2Description of Operation:1P9ConverterInverteriii*M OO M1•On1o—O M3H< H< rKN-ASurgeProtectionInverterProtectionBaseDriverAuto BoostCircuitTTElHeatSinkTempLocalControlPanel«ÿ4...

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    Page 5-3Operation andInitial Adjustments5.2OnnnDescription of Operation(Continued)_OffA) M1Phase Transistor---Of*Inn--offB) M2 Phase TransistorC)Voltage Between M1-M2Figure 5-3. InverterSection Output WaveformsInverter Protection- This circuit monitorsconditions of current andvoltageof theConvert...

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    Page5-4Operation andInitialAdjustments5.2LocalControl Panel-This panelprovides ameans oflocal control ofDrive operation. Inaddition tocontrolfunctions, italso displaysoperatingconditions ofthe Drive and indicates Fault signals.Faultsignals illuminated onthis panel arefollowed by aDrive shutdownse...

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    Page 5-5Operation andInitial Adjustments•SW4(LOCAL / REMOTE) - Thisswitch selects the speedreferenceinput.In"LOCAL,” the frequency adjustment potentiometer ontheLocalControl Panel is active. The "REMOTE” position allows speedcontrol from aremote signalconnected to theterminalblock...

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    Page 5-6Operation andInitial AdjustmentsWhen aFault trip occurs,the Drivewill stoprunningandallow the motor to coastto astop. Ifother equipmentis runinconjunctionwith thecontroller, the Fault relay contacts onthe terminalblock maybeinterfacedwiththe control ofthe other equipment toindicate aDrive...

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    Page 5-7Operation and Initial Adjustments5.6Internal Switches and Jumpers(Continued)WARNING: The userhas the ultimate responsibility todeterminewhich stoppingmode is best suited totheapplication and will meetapplicable standards for operatorsafety on aparticular machine.A•DSW1(Switch2) Overvolt...

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    Page 5-8Operation andInitialAdjustmentsON * - The overcurrentstall protection circuit will stopDriveacceleration ifthe motor currentexceeds 140%ofthe rated output.Whenthe currentdropsback below the 140%level, the accelerationwill resume. Inthis way,the circuit will guard against,in mostcases,over...

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    Page 5-9Operation andInitial AdjustmentsOSW2SW1SW2SW3Description_OffoffOffConstant V/Hz,3 to60 HzMaximum Frequency,60 HzDSW2SWtSW2SW3Description_OffOffOffConstant V/Hz,3 to50 HzMaximum Frequency, 60 HzOutputVoltage(Volts)OutputVoltage(Volts)60350603Frequency (Hz)Frequency (Hz)DSW2DSW2SW1SW2SW3Des...

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    Page5-10Operation andInitial Adjustments•Automatic Restart Jumper (CN6)When incoming line voltagefalls belowthe rated input by 10%,internal protective functions operate tostopthe Drive. Butthe Drivecanbe programmed toautomatically re-start ifthe incominglinevoltage staysabove 30%of the rated in...

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    Page 5-11Operation andInitial Adjustments•VR11-Meter Calibration (FM)- This potentiometeris operativeonly if anexternal analogspeed indicator is connected toterminals 7& 8.This potentiometer will then allow for thecalibration of themeter.5.7Internal Adjustments(Continued)•VR8-Voltage Boos...

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    Page 5-12Operation andInitial Adjustments15and 20HPDrives15HP (FAA)and 20HP (GAA) units have anadded terminal blocklocated next tothe Power Terminal Block.Refer toFigure 5-10forconnectiondetails. The dotted lines inthe figure representalternatejumperpositions.5.9AlternateVoltage Operation(Continu...

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    Chapter6Start-UpChapter 6 provides the information necessaryto start-uptheDrive.Included is therecommended start-up procedure, operationalchecksand adjustments.6.0Chapter ObjectivesWARNING: Exercise extreme care when performing anytask onthe Drive control. Failure todo so mayresult inequipment da...

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    Page 6-2Start-UpHHH1v::IMilMIIIl11 ':iliililtllBusDischargeDSW1LEDm;iI .DSW2-S.OvercurrentStallLED (L1)OvervoltageStall LED (L2)VR2ICN6v”|I-:SW3BSW2Z-SW1;VRS-Bus Discharge LED%mmm>TssssssrMlMH1SW4Figure 6-1.Adjustment, Switch and LEDLocations'|I|6.1Initial Setting of Switches and Potentiomet...

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    Page6-3Start-Up6.1Stop Modeand Stall FunctionDSW1PreliminaryChecksandAdjustments(Continued)HI3216inffOFFfSelection of Overcurrent StallProtectionI- ON *-Function operationalOFF -Noovercurrent stallfunctionL_''V’JYS_Stljf&fi•lection of OvervoltageStall ProtectionN*- function operationalFF-...

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    Page 6-4Start-Up6.15060Preliminary Checksand Adjustments(Continued)j:3DSW3*ONOFFDriveInputVoltageVoltageDSW3Output230V230VOFF3 83 V/Hz (23QV at60 Hr}.——-—-----_ON4.6 V/Hz {230V at50 Hz)|«Hi||l|OFF3 46 V/HZ::(208V; at60 Hz)ON4.16 V/Hz {208V at50 Hz): iI.460V460VOFF76 V/Hz (460V at60 Hz)ON92...

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    Page 6-5Start-Up•VisualIndicatorsWith line voltage applied, verifythat noneofthe front panel Faultindicators areilluminated before performingthis Start-Up. If anyofthe indicators (i.e. Overcurrent, Overvoltage,Low Voltage, etc.) areilluminatedand will not extinguish byresetting the Drive, REMOV...

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    Page6-6Start-UpLocal Forward/Reverse Selector Switch DisableIf desired, the Local Forward/Reverse selector switch (SW2) maybedisabled. If disabled, the Drive will operatethe motor inthe samedirection of rotation regardless of the switchposition. Thisfeature is notavailable on230V, Series A Drives...

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    Page 6-7Start-UpIMPORTANT: High inertia loads on motors maycause the StallProtection circuits toactivate andoverride the Accel orDecel rateadjustment. Disconnectthe load fromthe motor if the Accel orDecel ratepot has minimaleffect.1REMOVE DRIVE POWER.2.Set theFREQUENCY pot to0%. Apply power and i...

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    Page 6-8Start-Up6.4BoostincreaseAuto BoostAdjustment(Continued)OutputVoltage150%Boost"7BoostDecreaseFrequency (Hz)60Figure 6-4. BoostVoltage Settings1.REMOVE DRIVE POWER and turnOFFswitch 4ofDSW2.2. Turnthe Boost adjustment potVR8clockwise (CW) toincrease theboost voltage.3.Apply powerand in...

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    AppendixAPower InterconnectionsBULLETIN 1332ADJUSTABLEFREQUENCYAC DRIVEL1 12L3 M1 M2M3 P N10 0f4©Customer SuppliedControl PowerM* M*M*Reset’E-Stop*Fuse*My.M*8 ThermalOL** BranchCircuitDisconnect& FusingACIncomingLine»ACMotor© Devicesandcontrol circuitry for applications requiring Emergen...

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    Page A-2PowerInterconnectionsBULLETIN 1332ADJUSTABLE FREQUENCYAC DRIVEL1 L2L3 Ml M2 M3 P N•m©iCustomer SuppliedControl PowerM* M*,fci«.*Reset*E-Stop*T<=>Fuse *&om4-4M*O OO Thermal* BranchCircuitDisconnect&FusingACIncomingLineACMotor© Devices and controlcircuitry forapplications...

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    Page A-3PowerInterconnectionsBULLETIN 1332DRIVECONTROLTERMINAL BLOCKLOCAL OPERATOR PANELCN13ÿ REMOTE2vU?5SPEED10 K/\33)REF+10POT*—o VDC3I510 Irs»£IOR+;o4>L5600|-0-1OVDC)ZhrOR1-20)—mA|+—f~si~l—fchH5600)—._J rC6CLACTUALSPEEDVR11CD7SPEEDn=rO- 1mA\REMOTEMETERCD®—aRUN-KV-DRIVE RUNCO...

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    AppendixBPrechecks and TroubleshootingMaintenanceThe Drive is convection orfan cooled byair flowing throughthe heatsink slots. The slots must never beallowed tobecome obstructed withdirt or foreign matter. Periodicallycheck andclean the heat sink slots.Airflow must neverbe restricted in any way.T...

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    Page B-2Prechecks andTroubleshootingTroubleshooting Prechecks(Continued)OvervoltageProtectionFunction:Whenbus voltagerisesabove apresetlevelby ahighline orregenerative energy,the protectivecircuit operates,stopsoperation of transistors, and annunciatesthe condition. The"OVERVOLTAGE” LED il...

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    Page B-3Prechecks andTroubleshootingTroubleshooting GuideThe following charts indicate several Drive malfunctions andtheapproved procedurefor correctingthese malfunctions.WARNING: Voltagesbehind the enclosure cover are atbus voltage orincomingline potential.Hazardsofelectrical shock existif accid...

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    Page B-4Prechecks andTroubleshooting1.MotorDoes Not Run- FaultLED's Are NotIlluminatedV"/:_-—p. Check input sidefor breaker trip, con¬tactorcoil malfunction, blown fuse, etc._Israted input voltage presentatterminals LI, L2and L3?No.YesIs motorconnected securely to outputterminals Ml, M2 a...

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    Page B-5Prechecks andTroubleshooting2A.Motor Does Not RunContinuously- "OVERCURRENT" LEDisIlluminated"OVERCURRENT” LED isilluminated.f#ll|YesirDoes ashort circuit toground existbetweenthe Drive output andmotor?Removethe causeofthe short circuitYesNo1rIncreasethe acceleration time...

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    Page B-6Prechecks andTroubleshooting2B. Motor DoesNot RunContinuously- "OVERVOLTAGE" LEDisIlluminatedEM"OVERVOLTAGE’’ LED isilluminated.Yes> 'Isdeceleration time tooshort? IsOver¬voltage ProtectionCircuit OFF(DSW1-2)?Increase the deceleration time orswitchthe OvervoltageSta...

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    Page B—7Prechecks and Troubleshooting2E. Motor DoesNot Run- "AUX" LED isIlluminated"AUX” LED isilluminatedYesRemovethe cause ofthe Fault interlocktrip orjumperterminals 14and 15ifexternalinterlocks arenotused.Are interlocks connected toterminals(14)and (15)open?*Yes3. Fuse Blow...

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    Page B-8Prechecks andTroubleshooting5. Drive Will NotReversein Local Mode—.Is the Local/Remoteselector switch(SW3) in the Remote position?PositionSW3 toLocal, permitting Localforward/reverse and start/stopcontrol.Yes—' UUBBISESr~ cz»i1>if ff»*«. "•«5»’ "4•wjjf ••...

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    AppendixCRemoteOperatorStation- MOD FDescriptionThis control panelis used to remotelycontrol the following functions:frequency, start/stopandforward/reverse. Thepanel canbe flush orsurface mounted and mustbe within 328 feet (100 meters) ofthe Drivecontroller.Specificationsfrequencycontrol by adju...

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    Page C-2RemoteOperatorStationWiringThe distance between thecontrol station and the Drive controller mustnotexceed 328feet (100 meters). It isrecommendedthatshieldedtwisted pair cable be usedfor connections toterminals 3,4, 5 and 7, 8.The shield conductor is tobe grounded atthe Drive enclosure onl...

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    AppendixDPresetSpeeds- MOD F2, F3, F4DescriptionThis option provides up tofive (5) presetspeeds,each independentlyadjustable overdifferent speed ranges. Only one presetspeed canbeselected at anygiven time.Speeds areselected by oneof four (4)customer contact closures. A+15V DC powersupply isinclud...

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    Page D-2Preset SpeedsApproximate DimensionsInches (mm)DRILLING PLANMOUNTING DIMENSIONSFigure Ar-J1#0itswiaai!WASf*IMlfKiIIs©Ttii[1.3!(33.0)1]1.5(38.1)iilIs'.381:•.ah -•:*•"ii—.----_. _\-JK.V’/OSt(2)-0 15" (4mm)screw holes- (or 4.2 mmdiameter holes)4mP"0”'". t.i,Op...

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    Page D-3PresetSpeedsWiringA WARNING: Toavoid electrical shock hazard, REMOVEPOWERbefore attempting to wire option.The distance between the Preset Speed option andthe Drive controllermust notexceed 10feet (3 meters).It is recommended that shieldedtwisted paircable be used forconnections from the D...

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    Page D-4Preset SpeedsSet-Upand AdjustmentIMPORTANT:The Start-Up procedure forthe Drive must becompletedprior toSet-Up and Adjustment of this option.1.REMOVE DRIVEPOWER.Verify that switchSW4 isintheREMOTE position to accept anexternal input.2.Verify thatthe connectionof the option tothe Drive is c...

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    AppendixEAdj. Min./Max. Frequency- MOD N- N6One option is available for use with a0-10Vinput and oneoption isavailable for use with a4-20mA input. When used with the specifiedinput,this optionprovides anadjustable rangefor minimum frequencyof 5% to70%and Maximum frequency of 30% to 100%.A 15VDC p...

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    Page E-2Adjustable Min. /Max.FrequencypaUH1 WMeillMOUNTING DIMENSIONSApproximateDimensionsInches (mm)miDRILLING PLAN§ ;ÿ§—riSMBS*:rg|Figure A—l“*H;Cgtp|I*IV. 'H.—©tf'!!I;•!i[1.3!]I1.5i<38.1)(33 0)-iiiiiij«iii»riiirii•(2)— 015" (4mm) screw holes(or 42 mm diameter holes)...

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    Page E-3Adjustable Min. /Max. FrequencySocket OrientationOrient theMain Unit tothe Socket AsShownBelow.(Top View)'mma:NOTE:Thesocket terminai.num ber matchesthe MamUn.tterminal number01®©©WiringA WARNING: Toavoidelectrical shock hazard, REMOVEPOWER before attempting towireoption.INPUTQ-10VDCA+...

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    Page E-4Adjustable Min. / Max.FrequencyWiring(Continued)Thedistance betweenthe AdjustableMin. /Max Frequency option andtheDrive must notexceed 10feet (3 meters).Itis recommended thatshielded twisted paircable be used for connections toterminals 5and 6.The shield conductor is tobe grounded atthe D...

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    ITHE ALLEN-BRADLEY COMMITMENT TO QUALITY..DRIVES TRAININGCongratulations on your recentpurchaseof an Allen-Bradley DCIndustrial, ACIndustrial or MotionControl Drive. Weoffer awide varietyof training programsto satisfytheneeds ofthose who properlyapply, start-up andmaintaindrive products.Training ...

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    FOLD HEREATNO 3dV_LHUM 1V3SFOLD HERENO POSTAGENECESSARYIF MAILEDINTHEUNITEDSTATESBUSINESS REPLY MAILFIRSTCLASSPERMIT NO. 1594MILWAUKEE. WlPOSTAGE WILL BEPAID BY ADDRESSEEALLEN-BRADLEYMotionControlDivisionAttn:Training DepartmentP.O.Box 23800Brown Deer,Wl 53223-0800SEAL WITH TAPE ONLY

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    Ea ALLEN BRADLEYAROCKWELL INTERNATIONAL COMPANYDrives DivisionCedarburg,Wisconsin 53012-0005Publication 1332-5.0- April, 1987Supersedes February. 1987P/N115760 REV 5Printed in U.S.A

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