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    USER MANUALFirmware Versions 5.xx to 10.10/9.30Bulletin 1395 Digital DC Drive

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    Important User InformationSolid state equipment has operational characteristics differing from those of electromechanical equipment. Safety Guidelines for the Application, Installation and Maintenance of Solid State Controls (Publication SGI-1.1 available from your local Rockwell Automation sales...

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    SOC-1Summary of ChangesThe information below summarizes the changes to the Bulletin 1395 User Manual, publication 1395-5.40 since the last release (February, 2004).ChangePage(s)Added control power spec1-4Updated Figure 2.52-6Updated Figure 2.72-8Updated Figure 2.9 & Removed Control Voltage Co...

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    SOC-2Summary of ChangesNotes

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    Summary of ChangesThe following is a brief description of the MCB Firmware RevisionHistory:1.00:First Release.2.30:Enhanced noise immunity.3.01:Released Trending and VP and CP Autotune.4.01:Enhanced EEprom fault reporting for SP-83 and SP30 SEEG device, VPindirects added, check for Ia with contac...

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    Summary of Changesb. Increase wait time for each flux table measurement from 5 secondsto 15 seconds.c. Change test for up to speed (during field flux autotune) to use aconstant 5% instead of being tied to the speed tolerance parameter,to reduce the occurrence of “Motor not up to speed” faults...

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    Table of ContentsiIntroduction, Inspection & Storage, and Publication ReferencesChapter 1 11,Manual Objectives 11,1-1 11,. . . . . . . 11,. . . . . . . 11,. . . . . . . 11,. . . . . . . 11,. . . . . . . 11,. . . . 11,Who Should Use This Manual 11,1-1 11,. . . . . . . 11,. . . . . . . ...

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    Table of ContentsiiHardware Description40 – 100 HP, 230VAC Series A75 – 200 HP, 460VAC Series AChapter 3 41,Introduction 41,3-1 41,. . . . . . . 41,. . . . . . . 41,. . . . . . . 41,. . . . . . . 41,. . . . . . . 41,. . . . . . . 41,. . 41,Terminology 41,3-1 41,. . . . . . . 41,. . . ...

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    Table of ContentsiiiFunctional DescriptionChapter 5 87,Introduction 87,5-1 87,. . . . . . . 87,. . . . . . . 87,. . . . . . . 87,. . . . . . . 87,. . . . . . . 87,. . . . . . . 87,. . 87,Terminology 87,5-1 87,. . . . . . . 87,. . . . . . . 87,. . . . . . . 87,. . . . . . . 87,. . . . ....

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    Chapter1-1Introduction, Inspection and Storage, andPublication ReferencesManual ObjectivesThe purpose of this manual is to provide the user with the necessaryinformation to install, program, start up and maintain the1395 DC Drive.This manual should be read in its entirety before operating, servic...

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    Chapter 1Introduction, Inspection & Storage, and Publication References1-2Standard Drive FeaturesThe 1395 is a microprocessor Digital DC Drive available in;• Four quadrant, armature regenerative, two quadrant field: – 1 – 300 HP @ 230VAC in standard 1395 enclosures– 400 – 700 HP @ 2...

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    Chapter 1Introduction, Inspection & Storage, and Publication References1-3• Node Adapter BoardProvides an interface between external (push buttons, pots) devices and the Bulletin 1395. The board allows the Bulletin 1395 to be controlled using anAllen-Bradley PLC® Programmable Control...

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    Chapter 1Introduction, Inspection & Storage, and Publication References1-4SpecificationsInput Voltages –Input Power –Input Frequency –Max Rate of Change of Input Frequency –Output Voltage –Output Horsepower(Continuous) –Output Current–Field Voltage–Field Current–Field Contro...

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    Chapter 1Introduction, Inspection & Storage, and Publication References1-5Enable/ContingencyCoast Stop –System Reset –Motor Thermostat –Communication Port –24VDC/115VAC, hard–wired to DC contactor24VDC/115VAC, Isolated24VDC/115VAC, IsolatedRS–422 for programming terminalExternal ...

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    Chapter 1Introduction, Inspection & Storage, and Publication References1-6Digital Reference In-put (1) –Digital Inputs (10) –Discrete Outputs (5) –Analog Inputs (2) –Analog Outputs (2) –Current source and sink input for highcommon mode noise immunity. Nominal5VDC or 12VDC interface...

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    Chapter 1Introduction, Inspection & Storage, and Publication References1-7Rev Requirement –Requires Main Control Board Revision8.10 or greater.ControlNet AdapterBoard;CommunicationChannel –One ControlNet channel with a redundantconnector to allow for backup connectionin case one fiber opt...

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    Chapter 1Introduction, Inspection & Storage, and Publication References1-8First PositionBulletin No.B631395Second Position Horsepower1395460 Volt AC Input (2–200HP)B63 – 2HPB64 – 3HPB65 – 5HPB66 – 7.5HPB67 – 10HPB68 – 15HPB69 – 20HPB70 – 25HPB71 – 30HPB7...

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    Chapter 1Introduction, Inspection & Storage, and Publication References1-9First PositionBulletin No.A771395Second PositionHorsepower1395230 Volt AC Input (125 –300HP)NoA77N – 125HPA78N – 150HPA79N – 200HPA80N – 250HPA81N – 300HPA77 – 125HPA78 – 150HPA79 – 200...

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    Chapter 1Introduction, Inspection & Storage, and Publication References1-10This update provides you with a list of user manuals for 1395 and 2361drives and their current status. If a firmware version or date is not shownwith a publication, it indicates that the publication is the current vers...

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    Chapter 1Introduction, Inspection & Storage, and Publication References1-111395 – 5.61395 – 5.111395 – 5.11 DU11395 – 5.401395 – 5.702361–5.011395 – 5.11395 – 5.71395 – 5.121395 – 5.121395 – 5.121395 – 5.12PUB NO.PUB DATEFeb. 1989Aug. 1989Oct. 1991Oct. 2002Nov. 1995Jul...

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    Chapter2-1Hardware Description 1 – 30 HP; 230VAC 2 – 60 HP; 460VAC (3.6 – 110 A) Series BIntroductionChapter 2 contains both a general description of the major hardwarecomponents of the1395 Series B drive, and background information tosupport the procedures detailed in other chapters of thi...

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    Chapter 2Hardware Description1 – 30 HP, 230VAC 2 – 60 HP, 460VAC2-2Figure 2.1Hardware OverviewFusesProgrammingTerminalDHT/DMTTB3J4J1MainControlBoardJ5J2J7J6J13J10PSISwitcherBoard3 Phase ACTB1J6J5J9J5FieldBridgeM1M1 3 PhaseSCRBridgeEncoderArmatureACT-2ACT-1CONTROLCONTROL/POWER INTERFACEPowerBo...

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    Chapter 2Hardware Description1 – 30 HP, 230VAC 2 – 60 HP, 460VAC2-3Armature Bridge ComponentsA general description of the components in the armature bridge (Figures2.2 26,and 2.3) and their operation is detailed here:AC Line Reactor – When connecting the drive directly to the maindistribu...

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    Chapter 2Hardware Description1 – 30 HP, 230VAC 2 – 60 HP, 460VAC2-4Surge Suppression – Surge suppressor MOV1 to MOV4 on the PowerBoard protects the armature power bridge from line voltage spikes and linesurges.Line Reactor – A reactor mounted outside the drive is used to protect thepowe...

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    Chapter 2Hardware Description1 – 30 HP, 230VAC 2 – 60 HP, 460VAC2-5Field Bridge ComponentsA general description of the components in the field bridge (Fig. 27,2.4) andtheir operation is covered here:Supply Voltage – Two of the three supply voltage phases are routed to theinput of the fiel...

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    Chapter 2Hardware Description1 – 30 HP, 230VAC 2 – 60 HP, 460VAC2-6Power BoardThe operation of the Power Board components (Figures 2.5 and 29,2.6) 29, isdetailed here:Gate Firing Pulses – The function of the Power Board is to provide thegate firing pulses for the armature and field bridge...

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    Chapter 2Hardware Description1 – 30 HP, 230VAC 2 – 60 HP, 460VAC2-7Figure 2.6Switch and Hardware Location on Power Board1J31F1TB1Connection to PSI/Switcher Motor Field ConnectionFCTF2 1L1 2L3 3F+ 4F-J6J2J1J3ARMATUREVOLTSSENSING 500 24023123– J4+500V240VJ5CHASSISGND3 PHASE LINEVOLTAG...

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    Chapter 2Hardware Description1 – 30 HP, 230VAC 2 – 60 HP, 460VAC2-8PSI/Switcher BoardThe primary function of the board (Figure 2.7) is to provide interfacebetween the Main Control Board, and the Power Board. The PSI/Switcherboard also provides the following:• Distribution of DC logic powe...

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    Chapter 2Hardware Description1 – 30 HP, 230VAC 2 – 60 HP, 460VAC2-9Table 2.APSI/Switcher Board Jumper SettingsJumperJ12FunctionPosition 1–2Reset24VDCPosition 2–3120VACJ11MotorTemp24VDC120VACTable 2.BField Current Range Jumper Selections (see Table 255,8.J)Jumper Position11–30HP 240VDC;...

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    Chapter 2Hardware Description1 – 30 HP, 230VAC 2 – 60 HP, 460VAC2-10Main Control Board The Main Control Board (Figure 2.8) performs all control functions of the1395 drive. Hardware located on the board is used to support operation ofthe microprocessor firmware. The primary functions perform...

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    Chapter 2Hardware Description1 – 30 HP, 230VAC 2 – 60 HP, 460VAC2-11Power Distribution115VAC Control Voltage – Figure 2.9 illustrates the distribution of115VAC control voltage within the Bulletin 1395. Single phase 115VACcontrol voltage, provided from an external source by the user enter...

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    Chapter 2Hardware Description1 – 30 HP, 230VAC 2 – 60 HP, 460VAC2-12Relay Logic(1 – 30 HP 230VAC)(2 – 60 HP 460VAC)Main Contactor (M1) Control – 35,Figure 2.10 illustrates the hardwareassociated with the control of the coil voltage applied to the Main DCcontactor M1. The coil voltag...

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    Chapter 2Hardware Description1 – 30 HP, 230VAC 2 – 60 HP, 460VAC2-13The control voltage being applied to K2 may be monitored on the PowerStage Interface at TP21. If K3 is being commanded to energize, thevoltage at TP21 will be 0VDC. If K3 is to be de-energized, the voltage atTP21 will be +2...

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    Chapter 2Hardware Description1 – 30 HP, 230VAC 2 – 60 HP, 460VAC2-14OptionsProgramming Terminal Interface – The Programming Terminal (shownin Figure 2.11) is used to access information in the firmware of the 1395.Keypads on both the handheld programming terminal and the doormounted termin...

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    Chapter 2Hardware Description1 – 30 HP, 230VAC 2 – 60 HP, 460VAC2-15Adapter Boards – External control devices such as a PLC, discreteoperators devices, etc., are interfaced with the Main Control Board throughone of the two microbus ports, labeled Port A (J7) and Port B (J6) on theMain Con...

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    Chapter 2Hardware Description1 – 30 HP, 230VAC 2 – 60 HP, 460VAC2-16Discrete Adapter BoardThe Discrete Adapter Board connects directly to the Main Control Boardusing Port A of the Microbus interface. All user connections to the boardare made at Terminal Block TB-3 located at the bottom of t...

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    Chapter 2Hardware Description1 – 30 HP, 230VAC 2 – 60 HP, 460VAC2-17The inputs are preconfigured for the following signals: RUNREFERENCE SELECT A,B,C, RAMP DISABLE, JOG 2, JOG1,NORMAL STOP, START, CLOSE CONTACTOR, CLEAR FAULT.Digital Outputs – Five programmable solid state outputs are pro...

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    Chapter 2Hardware Description1 – 30 HP, 230VAC 2 – 60 HP, 460VAC2-18ControlNet Adapter Board The CNA board provides a sophisticated interface to Allen-Bradley PLCcontrollers and other equipment capable of communicating overControlNet. This adapter has the following features:• One ControlNe...

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    Chapter3-1Hardware Description40 – 100 HP; 230VAC75 – 200 HP; 460VAC(111 – 345 A)Series AIntroductionChapter 3 contains both a general description of the major hardwarecomponents of the Series A 1395 drive and background information tosupport the procedures detailed in other chapters of th...

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    Chapter 3Hardware Description40 – 100 HP, 230VAC75 – 200 HP, 460VAC3-2Figure 3.1Hardware OverviewFusesProgrammingTerminalDHT/DMTTB3J4J1MainControlBoard A8J5J2J7J6J8J9UnitPowerSupply A6J2PowerStageInterface A7FeedbackBoard A1A53 Phase ACTB-1J1Arm P.T. & Snubber A4J1Arm P.T. & Snub...

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    Chapter 3Hardware Description40 – 100 HP, 230VAC75 – 200 HP, 460VAC3-3Armature Bridge ComponentsA general description of the components in the armature bridge (Figures3.2 44,and 3.3) and their operation is detailed here:AC Line Reactor – When connecting the drive directly to the maindistr...

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    Chapter 3Hardware Description40 – 100 HP, 230VAC75 – 200 HP, 460VAC3-4Surge Suppression – Surge suppressor 1 MOV 43,(Fig. 3.2) protects thearmature power bridge from high voltage line spikes and line surges.Line Chokes – Line Chokes CH2 through CH7 are used to protect thepower bridge SC...

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    Chapter 3Hardware Description40 – 100 HP, 230VAC75 – 200 HP, 460VAC3-5Field Bridge ComponentsA general description of the components in the field bridge (Fig. 46,3.4) andtheir operation is covered here:Supply Voltage – In addition to being used for synchronization, thethree-phase voltage ...

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    Chapter 3Hardware Description40 – 100 HP, 230VAC75 – 200 HP, 460VAC3-6Figure 3.4Field Bridge ComponentsFeedbackBoard A1TB-189TB-112345L1L2L3FromFig. 43,3.2Field L1Field L3L1L2L33MOVPM7L3G2PM8G1 F2L1G1 G2 F11234567Field Pulse Transformerand Snubber Board A52MOVCH88910TB-2SeeFig...

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    Chapter 3Hardware Description40 – 100 HP, 230VAC75 – 200 HP, 460VAC3-7Control BoardsFeedback Board – Figure 3.5 illustrates the major hardware points on theboard. The primary function of the board is to provide scaling and transferof feedback signals coming from power bridge devices being ...

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    Chapter 3Hardware Description40 – 100 HP, 230VAC75 – 200 HP, 460VAC3-8Figure 3.6Feedback Board Hardware LocationAB0656AFeedbackBoardsËËJ1TB1TB2TB3J2

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    Chapter 3Hardware Description40 – 100 HP, 230VAC75 – 200 HP, 460VAC3-9Power Stage Interface (A7) – The primary function of the board is toprovide interface between the Main Control Board, and the Power Bridgeboards such as the Pulse Transformer and Snubber boards, and the PowerBridge boar...

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    Chapter 3Hardware Description40 – 100 HP, 230VAC75 – 200 HP, 460VAC3-10Figure 3.7Power Stage Interface Hardware LocationAB0661APower StageInterface BoardSee 143,Page 6-19J1J10J11J3J2J9J8J4J5J6J7TP2 TP3TP4TP8TP7TP6TP21TP9TP10TP12TP13TP15TP16TP18TP19TP20C12C26C13+++TP11TP14TP17+12V+24VTP5TB1MF...

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    Chapter 3Hardware Description40 – 100 HP, 230VAC75 – 200 HP, 460VAC3-11Main Control Board (A8) – The Main Control Board (Figure 3.8)performs all control functions of the 1395 drive. Hardware located on theboard is used to support operation of the microprocessor program. Theprimary funct...

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    Chapter 3Hardware Description40 – 100 HP, 230VAC75 – 200 HP, 460VAC3-12Armature Pulse Transformer and Snubber Board (A2, A3, A4) – Theprimary functions of the Armature Pulse Transformer and Snubber Board(Figure 3.9) include:• Isolate power bridge circuitry from control circuitry.• Pr...

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    Chapter 3Hardware Description40 – 100 HP, 230VAC75 – 200 HP, 460VAC3-13Figure 3.10Field Pulse Transformer and Snubber Board Hardware LocationR1R3T1T2C1G1G2Connection to SCRsin PM7 of Field BridgeL3L1F1F2G1G2Connection to SCRsin PM8 of Field BridgeR4J1Connection to Power StageInterface (SCR Ga...

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    Chapter 3Hardware Description40 – 100 HP, 230VAC75 – 200 HP, 460VAC3-14Power Distribution115VAC Control Voltage – Figure 3.12 illustrates the distribution of115VAC control voltage within the Bulletin 1395. Single phase 115VACcontrol voltage, provided from an external source by the user e...

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    Chapter 3Hardware Description40 – 100 HP, 230VAC75 – 200 HP, 460VAC3-15DC Control Voltage Distribution – The Unit Power Supply converts115VAC (supplied as shown in 56,Figure 56, 3.13) to +5VDC and the +/–12VDCcontrol voltages. In addition to the voltages supplied by the Unit PowerSupp...

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    Chapter 3Hardware Description40 – 100 HP, 230VAC75 – 200 HP, 460VAC3-16Figure 3.13DC Power Distribution and Control CommonJ6PortBJ534TB1J2FEEDBACK20VAC20VAC115VACBOARDJ1A6 UNIT POWERSUPPLYJ7TP51 +5VDCJ7TP52 DGND5J2TP55 +12VDCTP57 AGNDTP56 –12VDCPortAATP54 ISO +12VTP53 ISO GNDIJ1A7 POWERSTAG...

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    Chapter 3Hardware Description40 – 100 HP, 230VAC75 – 200 HP, 460VAC3-17Relay Logic Main Contactor (M1) Control – 58,Figure 3.14 illustrates the hardwareassociated with the control of the coil voltage applied to the Main DCcontactor M1. The coil voltage originates at an external 115VAC s...

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    Chapter 3Hardware Description40 – 100 HP, 230VAC75 – 200 HP, 460VAC3-18If K3 is being commanded to energize, the voltage at TP21 will be 0VDC.If K3 is to be de-energized, the voltage at TP21 will be +24VDC.Figure 3.14Relay LogicTB2J9115VACCommonTo DCMotorF8NOTE: To pro-vide DC Contac-tor e...

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    Chapter 3Hardware Description40 – 100 HP, 230VAC75 – 200 HP, 460VAC3-19OptionsProgramming Terminal Interface – The handheld ProgrammingTerminal is used to access information in the firmware of the 1395.Keypads on both the handheld programming terminal and thedoor-mounted terminal (shown i...

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    Chapter 3Hardware Description40 – 100 HP, 230VAC75 – 200 HP, 460VAC3-20Adapter Boards – External control devices such as a PLC, discreteoperators devices, etc., are interfaced with the Main Control Board throughone of the two microbus ports, labeled PORT A (J7) and PORT B (J6) onthe Main ...

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    Chapter 3Hardware Description40 – 100 HP, 230VAC75 – 200 HP, 460VAC3-21Discrete Adapter BoardThe Discrete Adapter Board connects directly to the Main Control Boardusing Port A of the Microbus interface. All user connections to the boardare made at Terminal Block TB-3 located at the bottom o...

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    Chapter 3Hardware Description40 – 100 HP, 230VAC75 – 200 HP, 460VAC3-22The inputs are preconfigured for the following signals: RUNREFERENCE SELECT A,B,C, RAMP DISABLE, JOG2, JOG1,NORMAL STOP, START, CLOSE CONTACTOR, CLEAR FAULT.Digital Outputs – Five programmable solid state outputs are pr...

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    Chapter 3Hardware Description40 – 100 HP, 230VAC75 – 200 HP, 460VAC3-23ControlNet Adapter Board The CNA board provides a sophisticated interface to Allen-Bradley PLCcontrollers and other equipment capable of communicating overControlNet. This adapter has the following features:• One Contro...

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    Chapter4-1Hardware Description125 – 300 HP; 230VAC250 – 600 HP; 460VACMedium KVA (MKVA)IntroductionChapter 4 contains both a general description of the major hardwarecomponents of the Series B drive, and background information to supportthe procedures detailed in other chapters of this manual...

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    Chapter 4Hardware Description125 – 300 HP, 230VAC 250 – 600 HP, 460VAC4-2Hardware OverviewFigure 4.1 provides an overview of the hardware components associatedwith the 1395 drive. Hardware can be divided into one of three categories:• Control Boards• Control/Power Interface hardware• P...

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    Chapter 4Hardware Description125 – 300 HP, 230VAC 250 – 600HP, 460VAC4-3Armature Bridge ComponentsA general description of the components in the armature bridge (Figures4.2 68,and 4.3) and their operation is detailed here:Incoming Device – Either a line choke or an isolation transformer is...

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    Chapter 4Hardware Description125 – 300 HP, 230VAC 250 – 600 HP, 460VAC4-4Surge Suppression – Surge Suppressor 1 MOV (Fig. 67,4.2) protects thearmature power bridge from high voltage line spikes and line surges.SCR Packaging – In 346 – 980A bridges (125 – 600HP) SCRs arepackaged as i...

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    Chapter 4Hardware Description125 – 300 HP, 230VAC 250 – 600HP, 460VAC4-5SCR Cell Fuses – Each SCR cell is protected from high currents by a cellfuse, located in each leg.DC Contactor – Output of the armature bridge is connected to the DCmotor through the main DC contactor M1. Coil volta...

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    Chapter 4Hardware Description125 – 300 HP, 230VAC 250 – 600 HP, 460VAC4-6Figure 4.4Field Bridge ComponentsFeedbackBoard A1TB-189TB-8123L1CH1L3User Supplied Fuses3MOVPM1L3G2PM2G1 F2L1G1 G2 F1Field Pulse Transformerand Snubber Board A52MOVF+F-FCT (5 turns)*** ExternallyMounted De...

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    Chapter 4Hardware Description125 – 300 HP, 230VAC 250 – 600HP, 460VAC4-7Control Boards Feedback Board – The primary function of the board is to providescaling and transfer of feedback signals coming from power bridge devicesbeing sent to the Power Stage Interface and eventually to the Main...

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    Chapter 4Hardware Description125 – 300 HP, 230VAC 250 – 600 HP, 460VAC4-8Power Stage Interface (A7) – The primary function of the Power StageInterface board (Fig. 73,4.6) is to provide interface between the Main ControlBoard, and the Power Bridge boards such as the Pulse Transformer andSnu...

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    Chapter 4Hardware Description125 – 300 HP, 230VAC 250 – 600HP, 460VAC4-9Figure 4.6Power Stage Interface Hardware LocationAB0657APower StageInterface BoardJ1J10TP2TP8TP9Bar CodeMFG Revision No.Spare Part Kit No.TP7TP3TP6C10C1C30TP4TP5TP1J7J3201201201161011J4J5J6J9J2J8 126J11J121 PILOT234561111...

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    Chapter 4Hardware Description125 – 300 HP, 230VAC 250 – 600 HP, 460VAC4-10Main Control Board – Figure 4.7 illustrates the major hardware points onthe board. The board performs all control functions of the Bulletin 1395drive. Hardware located on the board is used to support operation of th...

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    Chapter 4Hardware Description125 – 300 HP, 230VAC 250 – 600 HP, 460VAC4-11Armature Pulse Transformer Boards (A2, A3, A4) – Figure 4.8illustrates the major hardware points on the board. The primary functionsperformed include:• Isolate power bridge circuitry from control circuitry• Prov...

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    Chapter 4Hardware Description125 – 300 HP, 230VAC 250 – 600 HP, 460VAC4-12Field Pulse Transformer Boards (A5) – Figure 4.9 illustrates the majorhardware points on the board. The primary functions performed include:• Isolate power bridge circuitry from control circuitry• Provide dv/dt...

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    Chapter 4Hardware Description125 – 300 HP, 230VAC 250 – 600 HP, 460VAC4-13Peripheral Devices Unit Power Supply (A6) – The Unit Power Supply 115VAC input comesfrom the user external 115VAC power supply. The AC voltage is rectifiedand regulated to produce +5VDC and +/– 12VDC control volta...

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    Chapter 4Hardware Description125 - 300 HP, 230VAC 250 - 600 HP, 460VAC4-14Power Distribution 115VAC Control Voltage - Figure 4.11 illustrates the distribution of115VAC control voltage within the Bulletin 1395. Single phase 115VACcontrol voltage, provided from an external source by the user ent...

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    Chapter 4Hardware Description125 – 300 HP, 230VAC 250 – 600 HP, 460VAC4-15DC Control Voltage Distribution – The Unit Power Supply converts115VAC (supplied as shown in Figure 4.12) to +5VDC and +/– 12VDCcontrol voltages. In addition to the voltages supplied by the Unit PowerSupply, the ...

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    Chapter 4Hardware Description125 – 300 HP, 230VAC 250 – 600 HP, 460VAC4-16Relay LogicMain Contactor (M1) Control – 81,Figure 4.13 illustrates the hardwareassociated with the control of the coil voltage applied to the Main DCcontactor M1. The coil voltage originates at an external 115VAC ...

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    Chapter 4Hardware Description125 – 300 HP, 230VAC 250 – 600 HP, 460VAC4-17Figure 4.13Relay LogicTB5J9115 VAC To DC MotorF4NOTE: To pro-vide DC Contac-tor energization,a jumper or oth-er external cir-cuitry must beconnected toTB5–8 and 945678910M1M1–XA1A23 PhaseAC1212ArmatureBridgeK12K3...

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    Chapter 4Hardware Description125 – 300 HP, 230VAC 250 – 600 HP, 460VAC4-18OptionsProgramming Terminal Interface – Both versions of the handheldProgramming Terminal are used to access information in the firmware ofthe 1395. Keypads on both the handheld programming terminal and thedoor-mou...

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    Chapter 4Hardware Description125 – 300 HP, 230VAC 250 – 600 HP, 460VAC4-19Adapter Boards – External control devices such as a PLC, discreteoperators devices, etc., are interfaced with the Main Control Board throughone of the two Microbus ports, labeled PORT A (J7) and PORT B (J6) onthe Ma...

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    Chapter 4Hardware Description125 – 300 HP, 230VAC 250 – 600 HP, 460VAC4-20Discrete Adapter BoardThe Discrete Adapter Board connects directly to the Main Control Boardusing Port A of the Microbus interface. All user connections to the boardare made at Terminal Block TB-3 located at the bottom...

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    Chapter 4Hardware Description125 – 300 HP, 230VAC 250 – 600 HP, 460VAC4-21The inputs are preconfigured for the following signals: RUNREFERENCE SELECT A,B,C, RAMP DISABLE, JOG 2, JOG1,NORMAL STOP, START, CLOSE CONTACTOR, CLEAR FAULT.Digital Outputs – Five programmable solid state outputs a...

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    Chapter 4Hardware Description125 – 300 HP, 230VAC 250 – 600 HP, 460VAC4-22ControlNet Adapter Board The CNA board provides a sophisticated interface to Allen-Bradley PLCcontrollers and other equipment capable of communicating overControlNet. This adapter has the following features:• One Con...

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    Chapter5-1Functional DescriptionIntroductionChapter 5 contains a general description of the functionality of the 1395drive. This description is intended to provide sufficient backgroundinformation to support other procedures in this manual and to enable thereader to:• Configure the parameters ...

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    Chapter 5Functional Description5-2Parameter TableTable of parameter entries for all Configuration and Setup parameters used in the drive.SourceFast parameter used as a source of data. SinkFast parameter used to receive data input.Functional OverviewGeneral 89,Figure 5.1 provides an overview of th...

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    Chapter 5Functional Description5-3Figure 5.1Functional OverviewProgrammingTerminalPort AAdapterBoardPort BAdapterBoardVelocityFeedbackSelectThree-PhaseDisconnectThree-PhaseArmatureBridgeArm.Armature Sync& Firing LogicDCSpeedReferenceSelectSingle-Phase ACSupply from Three-Phase Drive InputSing...

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    Chapter 5Functional Description5-4Communication ControlThe Communication Control block controls all of the data transfer. TheProgramming Terminal communicates with the drive through an RS-422serial communication link. Internal communication in the drive isaccomplished using a Microbus which is ...

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    Chapter 5Functional Description5-5Velocity ControlThe Velocity Control compares the velocity reference to the velocityfeedback to determine the velocity error.Torque Reference SelectThe 1395 can operate as either a speed regulated or a torque regulateddrive, and therefore has the capability to ac...

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    Chapter 5Functional Description5-6Field Sync and Firing LogicThe Phase Angle output from the Field Current Control is converted to atime reference which is synchronized to the Line Sync signal from theArmature Sync and Firing Logic to produce the gate firing pulses for theSCRs.Configuration 93,Fi...

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    Chapter 5Functional Description5-7Figure 5.2Source and Sink Parameters (Partial)150151152154156ProgrammingTerminalSourcesProgramming TerminalInterfaceSinks1395 DriveControl LogicProgrammingTerminalSinks250 - 254Port A InterfacePort ASourcesPort ASinks450459350359Port B InterfacePort BSourcesPort ...

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    Chapter 5Functional Description5-8Table 5.AControl Sink ParametersNumber150151152153154156157159160161162163164165166NameLogic Cmd 1Logic Cmd 2Logic Cmd 3Vel Ref FractionVel Ref WholeTach VelocityTorque ReferenceFlux Feed FwdCEMF ReferenceProcess Trim RefProc Trim FdbkVel Indirect 1Vel Indirect 2...

  • Page 95

    Chapter 5Functional Description5-9Source ParametersInformation input to a Sink parameter must originate from a Sourceparameter which transmits the information through the Microbus Ports. Asshown in 93,Figure 5.2, there are 10 Source parameters associated with eachof the ports. The specific har...

  • Page 96

    Chapter 5Functional Description5-10Table 5.BControl Logic Source ParametersNumber100101102103104105106107108109110111112113114115116117118119NameLogic StatusDrive FaultPre Ramp Vel RefRamp Vel RefFinal Vel RefArm Voltage FdbkVelocity FdbkPosition FdbkVel Feed FwdPosition ErrorTorque CommandArm Cu...

  • Page 97

    Chapter 5Functional Description5-11noted that the 1395 drive is shipped from the factory pre-configured. Theuser has the capability of reconfiguring the drive as required.Figure 5.3Linking Sources to Sinks150151152154156250 - 299450451350399Logic Cmd 1Velocity Ref. WholeLogic Cmd 2Logic Cmd 3Tac...

  • Page 98

    Chapter 5Functional Description5-12The specific function and data requirements for each source parameterassociated with the ports is defined by the Sink parameter from the controlfirmware to which it is linked. For example, 97,in Figure 5.3, Parameter 400is linked to Parameter 151 (Logic Cmd 2...

  • Page 99

    Chapter 5Functional Description5-13Figure 5.4Discrete Adapter Board Configuration Example150151152154156250 - 299450451350399Logic Cmd 1Velocity Ref. WholeLogic Cmd 2Logic Cmd 3Tach VelocityLogic StatusDrive FaultVelocity FeedbackArm. Current Fdbk.200 - 249401400300349100101106112ProgrammingTermi...

  • Page 100

    Chapter 5Functional Description5-14In this example, the speed feedback is being provided by a DC tachometer.The standard drive control is set up to use a digital Encoder for speedfeedback, therefore, the standard hardware of the drive does not have aninput for DC tach feedback. In this case, the...

  • Page 101

    Chapter 5Functional Description5-15Current Loop TuningAs previously explained, the current loop tuning function performs twoseparate functions. First, it checks the armature bridge of the drive toassure that it is functional. Second, it tests and tunes the current loop gainsof the drive. The c...

  • Page 102

    Chapter 5Functional Description5-16Current TuneThe Autotune Current Tune calculates the maximum current loopbandwidth and current loop gains. The KP and KI Armature Loop gains(Parameters 735 and 736) are based on the maximum discontinuous current(Parameter 734), desired Current Loop Bandwidth (Pa...

  • Page 103

    Chapter 5Functional Description5-17In addition, the parameters listed below are used by the velocity loopfunction during test and tune. These parameters must be set up properly forthe tuning function to work properly.Parameter No. Description698Auto Tune I Lim699Auto Tune Speed702Velocity Loop D...

  • Page 104

    Chapter 5Functional Description5-18Field Flux Tuning The Field Flux Tuning function calculates the field current values requiredto obtain specific field flux levels and calibrates the flux parametersaccordingly. Field Flux Tuning is not performed if Armature VoltageFeedback is used as the feedba...

  • Page 105

    Chapter 5Functional Description5-19• Once a trend buffer is activated, it continuously samples the selected parameter. When it is triggered, each buffer will take an additional number of samples as specified by the Post Sample Parameter. When finished sampling, the data is transferred to an ou...

  • Page 106

    Chapter 5Functional Description5-20Table 5.CTrending Parameters DescriptionTrend Input ParameterTrend Output ParameterSigned Trend ConstantSigned Trend ConstantSigned Trend ConstantSigned Trend ConstantBit Trend ConstantBit Trend ConstantBit Trend ConstantBit Trend ConstantUnsigned Trend Constant...

  • Page 107

    Chapter 5Functional Description5-21Programming a Trend BufferDetermining What to Trend – The first step to programming a TrendBuffer is to determine which parameter you want to monitor or trend. Theparameter you select to trend must be a fast parameter because you willestablish a configuration...

  • Page 108

    Chapter 5Functional Description5-225. AND (.AND.) – Compares the bits(s) of a 16 bit value for the parameter specified by Operand X to the bit(s) for the parameter specified by Operand Y. If ALL of the same bit(s) are set to “1” in both parameters, the trend is triggered Generally Operan...

  • Page 109

    Chapter 5Functional Description5-23Setting the Trend Buffer Type – Each trend buffer can be set up as a“one-shot” or “continuous trigger” buffer. When a buffer is set up as a“one-shot” it is turned off after all post samples have been taken. At thistime, the trend enable paramete...

  • Page 110

    Chapter 5Functional Description5-24Trend SetupDetermining What to Trend:1. While in the program terminal Drive setup configuration mode.2. Link the Trend Input Parameter associated with the trend buffer to be setup to the Drive parameter you want to trend.3. Link the Trend output parameter if tre...

  • Page 111

    Chapter 5Functional Description5-25Activating a Trend Buffer:1. Select the Trend Enable parameter for the trend buffer you are setting up.2. Set this parameter “ON” to activate the buffer or “OFF” to deactivate the buffer.Setting the Output Data Rate:1. Select the Trend Output Rate parame...

  • Page 112

    Chapter 5Functional Description5-26The selected speed reference then enters a speed limit block. Themaximum and minimum limit of the speed reference are adjustable bychanging the values of Forward Speed Limit (Parameter 608) and ReverseSpeed Limit (Parameter 607). Forward Speed Limit sets the m...

  • Page 113

    Chapter 5Functional Description5-27Velocity Pl Control (Circle 5)Compares the speed reference value from the Velocity Reference Controlto the actual motor speed, from the Velocity Feedback Control. The FinalVelocity Reference (Parameter 104), is modified by KF Velocity(Parameter 661). This para...

  • Page 114

    Chapter 5Functional Description5-28Torque Select (Circle 8)Selects the reference input to the Current Control, based on the value ofTorque Mode (Parameter 625). Torque Mode is a number coded parameterwhich allows operation under several different torque modes.There are two possible reference in...

  • Page 115

    Chapter 5Functional Description5-29When enabled, the Tach Loss feature operates as follows:Velocity feedback from an encoder or tach is compared against velocity feedback derived from armature voltage. When the magnitude (absolute value) of the difference between the two feedbacks exceeds the Ta...

  • Page 116

    Chapter 5Functional Description5-30Current Reference Control (Circle 9)The output of the Torque Reference Select block is applied to a limitingfunction block. Forward Bridge Current Limit (Parameter 663) andReverse Bridge Current Limit (Parameter 664), specify the largestallowable positive and n...

  • Page 117

    Chapter 5Functional Description5-31– Field Economy Reference (Parameter 674) specifies the field flux fluxreference to the motor. The flux value specified by this parameter will bein use when the motor has been stopped for the time specified in theField Economy Delay (Parameter 675).– Minimu...

  • Page 118

    Chapter 5Functional Description5-32Figure 5.51395 Block Diagram200001111LOGIC CMD BITS100110011001010101SPEED REFERENCE SELECTSPEEDREF. PARAM154633634635636637MOP FWDMOP REVRPMRPMVEL REFWHOLE154VEL REFFRACTION1530SPEEDREFERENCESELECTPreset Speed 1 633RPM1Preset Speed 2 634RPM2Preset Speed 3 6353R...

  • Page 119

    Chapter 5Functional Description5-330RAMPBYPASS3Pre–RampVel Ref1025RPM1,2,5,9,10LOGIC CMD150, 151, 152RAMP CONTROLRPMRPMFWD SPEEDLIMIT608607REV SPEEDLIMITGSTOP LOGICPROCESSTRIMSELECT 628DESIREDCONTOUR653VELOCITY INDIRECTSPARAMETER 100 LOGICSTATUS BIT DEFINITIONAUTOTUNEAUTO TUNE SPEED 699VEL DES...

  • Page 120

    Chapter 5Functional Description5-34Figure 5.5 (Sheet 2 of 3) 1395 Block Diagram0DIGITALENCODER6DROOP CONTROLRPMRPMPROC TRIMHI SUM4096 = BASE MTR. SPD.722721PROC TRIMLOW SUMSTOP LOGICPROCESSTRIMENABLEPROC TRIMHIGH LIM718DROOPDISABLE657 = 0LOGIC CMD150, 151, 152FEEDBACKDEVICESELECTFEEDBACKPOSITIONI...

  • Page 121

    Chapter 5Functional Description5-355VELOCITY PI CONTROLINTEGRALGAINFUNCTIONAUTO TUNEGAINKF VELOCITYLOOP661FinalVel Ref104RPMH65536INTEGRATORFEEDFORWARDKF GAINREV TORQUELIMITFrom Sht 3TORQUEMODE SELECT625 VALUE0123SPEEDDETECTIONSLAVE %100SLAVEPERCENT 2FEEDBACK FILTER 6314096 = MOTOR BASE SPEED+...

  • Page 122

    Chapter 5Functional Description5-36Figure 5.5 (Sheet 3 of 3) 1395 Block Diagram9CURRENT REFERENCE CONTROLFLUX COMMANDFIELDECONOMYDELAYARMATURECURRENT REFSCALINGTorque Command 1104096 = 100%Rated TorqueFromSheet 14096 = 1PU TORQUEDRIVE STOPPEDFLUXTORQUE TAPER%FLUXCOMPENSATION%TORQUEDISABLE DIVIDEB...

  • Page 123

    Chapter 5Functional Description5-3710CURRENT PI CONTROLAUTOTUNEGAINAUTOTUNEGAINAC Line AVFDISCONTINUOUSCURRENTADAPTIONFLD x 313FIELD PI CONTROL8118FIELD FLUXLINERIZATION685 FLD I @ 1.0 FLUXARM CURRENTFIRE ANG2048 = 90 DEG.114FIELD IREFSCALINGAMPS++HDISCONTINUOUSAMPAMP14FEEDBACK CONTROLFIELD I FDB...

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  • Page 125

    Chapter6-1InstallationChapter ObjectivesThe following data will guide you in planning the installation of Bulletin1395 drives rated at 1–300HP @ 230VAC and 2–600HP @ 460VAC. For1395 drives rated at or above 700HP @ 460 VAC, or 750HP @575VAC/660VAC, refer to publication 2361–5.01 for instal...

  • Page 126

    Chapter 6Installation6-2CAUTION: The installation of the drive must be planned suchthat all cutting, drilling, tapping and welding can be accom-plished with the drive removed from the enclosure. The drive isof the open type construction and any metal debris must be keptfrom falling into the dri...

  • Page 127

    Chapter 6Installation6-3Figure 6.2Nominal Dimensions Series A40 – 100 HP 230V75 – 200 HP 460VÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÇÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉDEF0.5 (12.7)Exhaust Air10° C RiseIntake Air 55°C MaximumB Max.11.05 (281)23.30 (592) ...

  • Page 128

    6-4Figure 6.3Nominal Dimensions MKVA Series B125 – 300 HP 230V250 – 600 HP 460VDEExhaust Air 10°C RiseIntake Air 55° C Maximum6.0(152)230V Drive460V DriveABCDE125-300 HP250-600 HP515 (234)46 (1168)32.00 (813)18.50 (470)44.00 (1118)28.00 (711)C Max.RAEREDISDimensions are in inches and (mm)A6...

  • Page 129

    Chapter 6Installation6-5Cooling AirflowIn order to maintain proper cooling, the drive must be mounted in a verticalposition (fuses in the upper right hand corner). Refer to 126,Figures 6.1through 128,6.3 for the recommended minimum clearance of each drive.The drive design produces up to a 10°...

  • Page 130

    Chapter 6Installation6-6WARNING: Hazard of electric shock or equipment damage existif drive is not installed correctly. The National Electrical Code(NEC) and local codes outline provisions for safely installingelectrical equipment. Installation must comply with specificationsregarding wire type...

  • Page 131

    Chapter 6Installation6-7Table 6.BCable and Wiring RecommendationsCategoryPowerControlSignal(Process)Signal(Comm)WiringClass12345Signal DefinitionAC Power (600V or greater)AC Power (less than 600V)DC PowerDC Power115VAC/DC Logic115VAC Power24VAC/DC LogicAnalog Signals, DC SuppliesDigital (low spee...

  • Page 132

    Chapter 6Installation6-8Grounding ProceduresThe purpose of grounding is to:• Limit dangerous voltages on exposed parts to ground potential in theevent of an electrical fault.• To facilitate proper overcurrent device operation when ground faultconditions are incurred.• To provide for electri...

  • Page 133

    Chapter 6Installation6-9Figure 6.51395 Grounding PracticesTEDiscreteAdapter BoardTEAnalog I/ODC TachRemotePLCPLC I/O LinkGNDNext RackTB3Conduit GroundInsulated Signal Bus “TE”Power Safety Ground “PE”GNDL1 L2 L3 TransformerConduit GroundEncoderEncoder shield must notbe grounded at driveBui...

  • Page 134

    Chapter 6Installation6-10As previously explained, two different types of grounds are used in the1395 drive. They are defined as follows:Ground (PE) - A Safety Ground is normally required by the electricalcode and is defined externally as PE ground. Main PE is located at theground stud next to the...

  • Page 135

    Chapter 6Installation6-11configured as a stand alone unit, the TE and PE grounds may be runindividually to the drive, or a jumper can be placed as shown in Table 6.Cand one ground lead run as indicated in Table 6.D.Table 6.CSafety/Signal GroundWiring ConnectionTB2 – 4 & 51 – 30HP 230VAC2...

  • Page 136

    Chapter 6Installation6-12Figure 6.7System Grounding ProceduresPower StageInterface BoardControlBoardsUnitPowerSupplyGNDControl (Signal)CommonTEGNDTEPower StageInterface BoardControlBoardsUnitPowerSupplyControl (Signal)CommonÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉÉ...

  • Page 137

    Chapter 6Installation6-13Power WiringIt is recommended that an Allen-Bradley DC Loop Contactor Lug Kit beordered for proper wire terminations. Table 6.E provides a listing anddescription of the available lug kits.Table 6.EAllen-Bradley Armature DC Loop Contactor Lug KitsRated MotorArm. Current1A ...

  • Page 138

    Chapter 6Installation6-14Power Wiring ProcedureThe following procedure provides the steps needed to properly perform thepower wiring connections to the 1395 drive.Using Table 6.F, verify that the motor field is compatible with the DC fieldvoltage output of the drive.Table 6.FStandard Field Voltag...

  • Page 139

    Chapter 6Installation6-15Connect incoming three-phase AC line power to the AC line fuses or tothe bus bar on the 125-600 HP drive. The fuses supplied are designedto provide protection against short circuits for the drive semiconductorsand associated output wiring. They are not to be considered a...

  • Page 140

    Chapter 6Installation6-163. If the DC motor field is not compatible with the field DC output of thedrive, an external field control transformer must be used. Refer to thefollowing example for transformer selection information.EXAMPLE: 10 HP, 240 Volt Armature, 17.2A, 240 Volt Field, 2.0Aa) The ...

  • Page 141

    Chapter 6Installation6-17ATTENTION: The motor field supply is phase sensitive. Toguard against possible drive/motor damage, ensure that theconnections are properly made according to Figure 6.10.!Figure 6.10Power Connections – Standard Field VoltageF+F–DC Motor Shunt Field*TB813TB713ÇÇÇÇ...

  • Page 142

    Chapter 6Installation6-18ATTENTION: The motor field supply is phase sensitive. Toguard against possible drive/motor damage, ensure that theconnections are properly made according to 139,Figure 6.8, 140,6.9, 6.11and 146,6.12.!Figure 6.11External Field Transformer ConnectionsTB12345TB1140 –1...

  • Page 143

    Chapter 6Installation6-19Table 6.HField Current Jumper SettingJ1 Jumperon Fdbk Bd1234Field Current Range1-30 HP, 240VDC2-60 HP, 500VDC4.5 to 10.6A DC2.0 to 4.6A DC0.5 to 2.1A DC0.15 to 0.6A DCField Current Range40-100 HP, 240VDC75-200 HP, 500VDC9.1 to 21.2A DC4.1 to 9.2A DC1.1 to 4.2A DC0.4 to 1....

  • Page 144

    Chapter 6Installation6-20ATTENTION: Jumpers J8 through J10 must all be in the sameposition. To guard against possible damage to the Main ControlBoard, ensure that jumpers are positioned correctly for yourapplication.!Table 6.KMain Control Board Jumper Settings (non-connected jumpers)JumperJ12J13...

  • Page 145

    Chapter 6Installation6-21Additional individual terminal blocks can be attached to the mounting railto meet application requirements. These additional terminal blocks aresupplied when using an adapter board, to allow for I/O to and from thedrive.Control Wiring Procedure1. Wire Encoder to TB3. If...

  • Page 146

    Chapter 6Installation6-22Figure 6.12TB3 Terminal Descriptions115V ECOAST12019181716151413121110987654321TB3Main ControlBoardPower StageInterfaceBoardENCA1ENCA1ENCB1ENCB1ENCPWR +12VENCGND 12V–24V OUT+24V OUT–24V ECOAST+24V ECOASTFLT 2FLT 1115V COMMON OUT115V ECOAST2RESET INMOTOR TEMP INCOMMON ...

  • Page 147

    Chapter 6Installation6-232. Wire Emergency Coast Stop Circuit (ECOAST).The drive has the capability to accept an ECOAST input from either a24VDC or 115VAC contact. The contact must be normally closed andwill typically be a Stop pushbutton. Refer to the following paragraphs, 148,Figure 6.13 and ...

  • Page 148

    Chapter 6Installation6-24The voltage used must be the same as the voltage supplied for themotor thermostat input.IMPORTANT: The 24VDC provided at TB3-11 and 12 must only beused for the 24VDC ECOAST circuit.Figure 6.13115VAC Input and Contactor Control Connections –1 to 30 HP, 230VAC; 2–60HP...

  • Page 149

    Chapter 6Installation6-25Table 6.N115VAC ConnectionsDrive Rating1 – 30 HP 230VAC2 – 60 HP 460VAC40 – 100 HP 230VAC75 – 200 HP 460VAC125 – 300 HP 230VAC250 – 600 HP 460VAC115VAC Input ConnectionTB2 – 2 and 3 (see Fig. 148, 6.13)TB2 – 4 and 5 (see Fig. 149, 6.14)TB5 – 4 and 5 (see...

  • Page 150

    Chapter 6Installation6-26Terminal TB5–6&7125–300HP 230VAC250–600HP 460VAC The 115VAC control voltage enters the drive and is controlled by thepilot relay (PR). If it is desired to control the Ml coil voltage usingcontacts external to the drive (in addition to the pilot relay), the...

  • Page 151

    Chapter 6Installation6-27Figure 6.15115VAC Input and Contactor Control Connections –125 to 300 HP, 230 VAC; 250 to 600HP, 460 VACTB5TB645F41389PowerStageInterfaceBoard101215KArmatureBridgeExternalContactsKM1MA1A2PR7M1-XSee StepStep 8A1A26115V ACFuse230 or460VAC1011121395LineReactororIsolationTr...

  • Page 152

    Chapter 6Installation6-28Table 6.OExternal Contactor Bypass JumpersDrive Rating1 – 30 HP 230VAC2 – 60 HP 460VAC60 – 100 HP 230VAC75 – 200 HP 460VAC125 – 300 HP 230VAC250 – 600 HP 460VAC115VAC Input ConnectionTB2 – 6 and 7TB2 – 8 and 9TB5 – 8 and 99. Connect Programming Terminal....

  • Page 153

    Chapter 6Installation6-29Adapter BoardsDiscrete Adapter BoardThe Discrete Adapter Board is connected to Microbus Port A with wiringto external devices being accomplished at TB3, terminals 23 to 52.The drive is shipped pre-configured, meaning that all of the inputs andoutputs are linked to a prede...

  • Page 154

    Chapter 6Installation6-30Figure 6.17Example Discrete Adapter Board Configuration4748495051DigitalInputs58358458558631323330292827262524BitSelect16 BitsBit 11Bit 9Bit 12Bit 14PowerSupply23Analog Inputs+–+–+–+–551Offset= 0550Scale= 2553Offset= 0552Scale= 2555Offset= 0554Scale= 2557Offset= 0...

  • Page 155

    Chapter 6Installation6-3124VDC Connection/Digital Input – Sizing of the power supply is basedon the number of input and output selections. Figure 6.18 shows thetypical connection of the digital input using the external power supply.Analog Input – Velocity and Trim Reference. Connections fo...

  • Page 156

    Chapter 6Installation6-32Tach Velocity – The analog tachometer device generates a DC voltage thatis direction sensitive and proportional to speed. The tach output must beconnected to an analog input channel on the Discrete Adapter Board orDigital Reference Board. Most industrial tachs have an...

  • Page 157

    Chapter 6Installation6-333. The analog input channel on the adapter board must now be scaled torepresent an accurate velocity feedback signal. First determine theanalog input signal for base speed. Parameter numbers are given in ( )where applicable.Base Motor Speed (606) x 9VMax Speed= Base Sp...

  • Page 158

    Chapter 6Installation6-34Digital Reference Adapter BoardThe Digital Reference Adapter Board is connected to Microbus Port Awith wiring to external devices at terminals 23 to 62 of TB3.The drive is shipped pre-configured, meaning that all of the inputs andoutputs are linked to a predefined signal....

  • Page 159

    Chapter 6Installation6-35Figure 6.23Example Digital Reference Adapter Board ConfigurationDigital Inputs400151Port ASourcesSinks401154402403404100450451112452105–2019181716151413121110987654321Shield CommonDigital CommonStopJog2StartClear FaultTB4 (TB10 for Med KVA)TB3 Digital Reference AdapterE...

  • Page 160

    Chapter 6Installation6-36Figure 6.24Typical Analog Input Connections2829313230TB3+10V DC P.S.–10V DC P.S.EXT. VELOCITY REF.P.S. COMMONBi-directional Operation(Requires Regen. Drive)IMPORTANT: Connectshield to drive end only.Other end is to be insu-lated and left floating.Reference *2.5k OhmMin...

  • Page 161

    Chapter 6Installation6-37The tach signal then must be scaled in the adapter board to determine theproper relationship of output voltage/ motor velocity to base speed in DriveUnits. This scaled configuration data must then be linked to Parameter 156“Tach Velocity.”Many problems relate to the s...

  • Page 162

    Chapter 6Installation6-384. The input voltage at base speed is then converted to Raw Adapter Unitsaccording to the following equation.Base Speed Input x 204810= Raw Adapter Units5. The Raw Adapter Units are then used to determine the correct scalingparameter value according to the equation below...

  • Page 163

    Chapter 6Installation6-39Analog/Digital OutputFigure 6.27 shows typical analog and digital output connections.Figure 6.27Typical Output Connections6162TB3Digital Output ConnectionsIMPORTANT: Connectshield to drive end only.Other end is to be insu-lated and left floating.4142TB3ARM. CURRENT FDBK...

  • Page 164

    Chapter 6Installation6-40Node Adapter BoardThe Node Adapter Board is connected to Microbus Port B and is notpreconfigured. Refer to the Node Adapter manual for configuration andinstallation information.Multi-Communication Adapter BoardThe Multi-Communication Board is not preconfigured. Refer to...

  • Page 165

    Chapter 6Installation6-41Table 6.R230VAC Input –Armature Current Ratings.75KW/1HP1.2KW/1.5HP1.5KW/2HP2.2KW/3HP3.7KW/5HP5.6KW/7.5HP7.5KW/10HP11.2KW/15HP15KW/20HP18.7KW/25HP22.4KW/30HP29.9KW/40HP37.3KW/50HP44.8KW/60HP56KW/75HP74.6KW/100HP93.3KW/125HP112KW/150HP149.2KW/200HP186.5KW/250HP223.8KW/3...

  • Page 166

    Chapter 6Installation6-42Table 6.S460VAC Input –Armature Current RatingsPower OutputAC Input1.5KW/2HP2.24KW/3HP3.75KW5HP5.6KW/7.5HP7.5KW/10HP11.2KW/15HP15KW/20HP18.7KW25HP22.4KW/30HP29.9KW/40HP37.3KW/50HP44.8KW/60HP56KW/75HP74.6KW/100HP93.3KW/125HP112KW/150HP149.2KW/200HP186.5KW/250HP223.8KW/3...

  • Page 167

    7Chapter7-1Programming ParametersIntroductionThis chapter contains the information required to assist the user inprogramming the drive for a specific application after initial start-up.Drives are shipped programmed with default values and arepreconfigured for the options installed.The drive param...

  • Page 168

    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-2Non-Volatile Memory – Data memory in the drive which retains thevalues of all data even when power is disconnected from the drivecontrol. EEPROM (Electrically Erasable Programmable Read OnlyMemory) chips are used for the 1395 non-volatile memory to store some...

  • Page 169

    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-3Parameter Table StructureAll data used by the 1395 control to perform the drive functions is storedin the Parameter Table. Each parameter entry in the parameter tablecontains the information illustrated in Figure 7.1.Figure 7.1Parameter EntryParameter NumberHexN...

  • Page 170

    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-41 Bit Field Select – A single bit used to enable/disable a specific drivefunction. For 1 bit field select type data, the entire 16 bit word is storedin the parameter entry, but only the first bit (bit 0) is used. Parameter Table StorageWhenever power is appl...

  • Page 171

    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-5Table 7.AParameters PARM1234101112131450515253UNITSRPMRPMRPMVLTRPMRPM%AMPAMP%VLTAMPAMPVLT%RPMNAMETrend 1 OutputTrend 2 OutputTrend 3 OutputTrend 4 OutputSP Output 1SP Output 2SP Output 3SP Output 4SP Output 5Trend 1 InputTrend 2 InputTrend 3 InputTrend 4 InputLog...

  • Page 172

    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-6Table 7.A Cont.PARM123124125150151152153154156157159160161162163164165166167200201202203204250251252253254300301302303304305306307UNITS%RPMRPMRPM%%%%NAMEVelocity PI OutputVelocity ErrorProcess Trim PI InputLogic Cmd 1Logic Cmd 2Logic Cmd 3Vel Ref FractionVel Ref ...

  • Page 173

    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-7Table 7.A Cont.PARM308309350351352353354355356357358359400401402403404405406407408409450451452453454455456457458459500501502503504505UNITSNAMEPt B IN Par 9Pt B In Par10Pt B Out Par 1Pt B Out Par 2Pt B Out Par 3Pt B Out Par 4Pt B Out Par 5Pt B Out Par 6Pt B Out Pa...

  • Page 174

    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-8Table 7.A Cont.PARM506507508509510511512513514515516517518519520521522523524525526527528529530531532533534535536537538539540541542543UNITSNAMEPt B IN Confg 7Pt B IN Confg 8Pt B IN Confg 9Pt B IN Config 10Pt B IN Config 11Pt B IN Config 12Pt B IN Config 13Pt B IN ...

  • Page 175

    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-9Table 7.A Cont.PARM544545546547548549550551552553554555556557558559560561562563564565566567568569570571572573574575576577578579580581582UNITSNAMEPt B OUT Cnfg 20Pt B OUT Confg 21Pt B OUT Confg 22Pt B OUT Config 23Pt B OUT Config 24Pt B OUT Config 25Pt A IN Config...

  • Page 176

    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-10Table 7.A Cont.PARM583584585586587588589590591592593594595596597598599600601602603606607608609610611612613614615616617620621622623624UNITSRPMRPMRPMVOLTSAMPSAMPSSECS%AMPSAMPSVOLTSNAMEPt A OUT Confg 9Pt A OUT Confg 10Pt A OUT Config 11Pt A OUT Config 12Pt A OUT Co...

  • Page 177

    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-11Table 7.A Cont.PARM625626627628629630631632633UNITS*RPMRPMRPMRPMRPMRPMRPMSECSECSECSECSECSECSECSECRPMRPMSECSEC%%%%%RPMRPM%%%NAMETorque ModeJog Ramp EnableFlux Mode SelectProc Trim SelectMTR Overload SelFault ReportVel Filter SelWarning SelectPreset Speed 1Preset ...

  • Page 178

    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-12Table 7.A Cont.PARM670672673674675676677678679680681682683684685686687688689690691692693698699700701702703704705706707708709710711713714715UNITS%Sec%%%%%%%%%RPMRPM%RPMRPMRPMRad/SecRad/SecSecRPMRPMRPMRPMRPMRPMRPMSECNAMESlave Percent 2KI FluxKP FluxFld Economy Ref...

  • Page 179

    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-13Table 7.A Cont.PARM716717718719720721722724725726727728729730731732733734735736737738739740741742743744745746780840841842843844900901902903UNITS%RPMRPMRPMSECSECSECSEC%SEC%%Rad/SecRad/SecVoltsX.XXNAMEProc Trim KPProc Tri Lo LimProc Trim Hi LimProce Trim Out KOvld...

  • Page 180

    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-14Table 7.A Cont.PARM904905906907908909910911912913914915916917920921922923924925926927930931932933934935936937940941942943944945946947UNITSSECSECSECSECSECSECSECSECNAMETrend Logic ValueTrend Logic ValueTrend Logic ValTrend Logic ValTrend Unsign ValTrend Unsign Val...

  • Page 181

    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-15Parameter DescriptionsThis section provides a brief description of the parameters in the Bulletin1395. The programming terminal for the 1395 is also used for otherproducts. Parameters not used by the 1395 will appear as follows “NOTUSED, NOT CHANGEABLE”. ...

  • Page 182

    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-16Parameter 100 – Logic Status [Logic Status]Internal Units : NoneProgramming Terminal units : Bit FieldDescription : This is a word of status data that indicates conditionswithin the Drive in boolean logic. Where a bit is set to 1, thecorresponding condition i...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-17Contactor closed (Bit 4) : A 1- bit field indicating the status of thecontactor. 1 denotes contactor closed and 0 denotes open.Drive running (Bit 5) : A 1-bit field, when set to 1, indicates thedrive has acknowledged the start or jog inputs in the logic comma...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-18At speed 3 (Bit 13) : A 1-bit field that is set to 1 when the actualvelocity of the motor is greater than the at speed 3 setpoint.Otherwise, set to 0. Internally in the drive, if the Feedback Velocity(Parameter 106) is greater than or equal to At Speed 3 (Para...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-19IF VELOCITY CONTROL FAULTS ARE SELECTED: (630 = 1)Feedback LossECOAST statusAbsolute overspeedField Regulation lossHeatsink (SCR) OvertempMotor OvertempMotor Overload PendingMotor Overload trippedMotor StalledContactor FailureAC Volt out of toleranceSP Handshak...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-20Parameter 102 – Pre Ramp Velocity Reference [Pre Ramp Vel Ref]Internal Units : 4096 = 1000h = 1 pu = base motor speedProgramming Terminal units : RPMDescription : This parameter indicates the value of the velocityreference that has been currently selected by ...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-21Parameter 107 – Position Feedback [Position Fdbk]Internal Units : 4096 = 1000h = 1 PU = 1 pu positionProgramming Terminal units : NoneDescription : Position Feedback indicates the latest measured angularmotor position. This information could originate from a ...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-22Parameter 112 – Armature Current Feedback [Arm Current Fdbk]Internal Units : 4096 = 1000h = 1 PU = 100% rated arm. currentProgramming Terminal units : AmpsDescription : This parameter indicates the latest armature currentfeedback value.Parameter 113 – Armat...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-23Parameter 118 – Field Current Feedback [Fld Current Fdbk]Internal units : 4096 = 1000h = 1 pu = 100% rated motor field currentProgramming Terminal units: AmpsDescription : This parameter indicates the latest field currentfeedback value as measured by the driv...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-24Parameter 122 – Encoder Velocity [ENCODER VELOCITY]Internal units : 4096 = base motor speedProgramming Terminal units: RPMMinimum Value: N/AMaximum Value: N/ADefault Value: N/AFunction: Software Test PointDescription : This is the measured velocity feedback...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-25Parameter 150 – Logic Command 1 [Logic Cmd 1]Internal units : NoneProgramming Terminal units: Bit FieldDescription : This is a word of fast data used to control drive logicoperation. The information is contained in binary (boolean) form. Ifa bit is set, th...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-26Table 7.BLogic Command Word Bits 0,1,2000011112100011001101010101DefinitionExternal Speed ReferencePreset Speed 1Preset Speed 2Preset Speed 3Preset Speed 4Preset Speed 5MOP Forward SpeedMOP Reverse SpeedSelected Parameters154633634635636637MOPMOPExternal speed r...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-27Table 7.CLogic Command Word Bits 6, 7DefinitionBit 70001MOP 1 accel, decelMOP 2 accel, decelMOP 3 accel, decelMOP 4 accel, decel641, 645642, 646643, 647644, 648Bit 60101Selected ParametersCommand Enable (Bit 8) : A 1-bit field used to select one of thethree log...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-28The drive will continue to run using the Jog 1 speed reference untilthis bit is set to 0. At this time, velocity reference will be set to zeroand the drive regenerate to a stop. Once the motor has stopped,velocity regulation will stop. The contactor will rem...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-29Parameter 152 – Logic Command 3 [Logic Cmd 3]Internal units : NoneProgramming Terminal units: Bit FieldDescription : This controls Drive logic operation when theProgramming Terminal is in control of the Drive. All functionspresent in Logic Command 3 are id...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-30Parameter 156 – Tach Velocity [Tach Velocity]Internal units : 4096 = 1000h = 1 pu = base motor speedProgramming Terminal units: RPMDescription : This word supplies a motor velocity feedback signalwhen an analog tachometer is used. This input will typically ...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-31Parameter 160 – CEMF Reference [CEMF Reference]Internal units : 4096 = 1000h = 100% motor CEMFProgramming Terminal units: Percent of full motor CEMF.Description : This word supplies an external CEMF reference to theflux control. This input would be used wh...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-32Parameter 166 – Velocity Indirect 4 [Vel Indirect 4]Internal units :Programming Terminal units : Description : This is the Fast Sink, with its pointer in Parameter 603,Velocity Parameter Select 4.Parameter 167 – Torque Reference 2 [TORQUE REF 2]Internal u...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-33Parameter 606 – Base Motor Speed [Base Motor Speed]Internal units : RPMProgramming Terminal units: RPMMinimum Value: 1Maximum Value: 6000Default Value: 1750Description : Nameplate base motor speed in RPM.Parameter 607 – Reverse Speed Limit [Rev Speed Limit...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-34Parameter 610 – Rated Motor Voltage [Rated Motor Volt]Internal units : volts x 10Programming Terminal units: VOLTSMinimum Value: 75Maximum Value: 850Default Value: 240Function: Torque ControlDescription : Nameplate rated motor voltage. This should be the...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-35Parameter 614 – Armature Resistance [Arm Resistance]Internal units : 4096 = 1000h = 1 per unit = 100% of rated armaturevoltage.Programming Terminal units: Percent of rated armature voltageMinimum Value: 0%Maximum Value: 100.0%Default Value: 5.0%Description:...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-36Parameter 620 – System Reset Select [Sys Reset Select]Internal units : NoneProgramming Terminal units: NoneMinimum Value: 0Maximum Value: 1Default Value: 0Description: This parameter determines whether terminal TB3–3provides the System Reset function or ...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-37Parameter 622 – Contactor Type [ContactorType]Internal units : NoneProgramming Terminal units: NoneMinimum Value: 0Maximum Value: 1Default Value: 1Description: Parameter 622 selects the location of the contactor in thecircuit. The choices are:AC Contactor ...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-38Parameter 624 – Maintained Start [Maintain Start]Internal units : NoneProgramming Terminal units: 0/1 selectionMinimum Value: 0Maximum Value: 3Default Value: 2Description: Parameter 624 selects the type of Start signal requiredin the logic command word....

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-39Parameter 626 – Jog Ramp Enable [Jog Ramp Enable]Internal units : NoneProgramming Terminal units: 0/1 selectionMinimum Value: 0Maximum Value: 1Default Value: 0Description: Parameter 626 selects the use of velocity referenceramp while jogging. Choices a...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-40Bit 4 – CEMF Hold: When set, this bit holds the integral term andoutput of the CEMF regulator to the last value before the bit was set.When clear, the CEMF regulator is not affected.Bit 5 – CEMF Reset: When set, this bit will cause the integral termand out...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-41Parameter 630 – Fault Report [Fault Report]Internal units : NoneProgramming Terminal units: NoneMinimum Value: 0Maximum Value: 1Default Value: 1Description: This parameter selects whether Velocity or CurrentControl fault status will be written to the FA...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-42Parameter 634 – Preset Speed 2 [Preset Speed 2]Internal units : 4096 = 1000h = 1 PU = base motor speedProgramming Terminal units: RPMMinimum Value: – 6 x base speedMaximum Value: +6 x base speedDefault Value: 0Description: This will be the velocity refe...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-43Parameter 639 – Jog 2 Speed [Jog 2 Speed]Internal units : 4096 = 1000h = 1 PU = base motor speedProgramming Terminal units: RPMMinimum Value: – 6 x base speedMaximum Value: +6 x base speedDefault Value: 0Description: This will be the velocity reference...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-44Parameter 644 – Mop Accel 4 [MOP Accel 4]Internal units : Seconds x 10Programming Terminal units: SecondsMinimum Value: 0.1Maximum Value: 6553.5Default Value: 0.1Description: This parameter determines the acceleration rate of theMOP generated velocity re...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-45Parameter 648 – Mop Decel 4 [MOP Decel 4]Internal units : Seconds x 10Programming Terminal units: SecondsMinimum Value: 0.1Maximum Value: 6553.5Default Value: 0.1Description: This parameter determines the deceleration rate of theMOP generated velocity re...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-46Parameter 652 – Decel Time [Decel Time]Internal units : seconds x 10Programming Terminal units: SecondsMinimum Value: 0.1Maximum Value: 6553.5Default Value: 10.0Description: This parameter determines the deceleration rate of thevelocity reference selecte...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-47Parameter 658 – Droop Filter (Gain) [Droop Filter]Internal units : 4096 = 1000h = 100% droop filteringProgramming Terminal units: Percent of maximum Droop filteringMinimum Value: 0%Maximum Value: 100.0%Default Value: 93%Description: This parameter deter...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-48Parameter 663 – Forward Bridge Current Limit [Fwd Brdg CurLim]Internal units : 4096 = 1000h = 100% rated motor currentProgramming Terminal units: Percent of rated motor currentMinimum Value: 0.024%Maximum Value: 260%Default Value: 50%Description: This pa...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-49Parameter 667 – Minimum Tapered Current [Min Taper Cur]Internal units : 4096 = 1000h = 100% rated motor currentProgramming Terminal units: percent of rated motor currentMinimum Value: 0.024%Maximum Value: 260%Default Value: 100%Description: This is the a...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-50Parameter 672 – KI Flux [KI Flux]Internal units : gain / 3277Programming Terminal units: NoneMinimum Value: 0Maximum Value: 32767Default Value: 1638Description: This parameter controls the integral gain of the CEMFRegulator. For example; If KI flux is e...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-51Parameter 676 – Field Flux Reference [Fld Flux Ref]Internal units : 4096 = 1000h = 100% full motor flux.Programming Terminal units: percent of full motor field flux.Minimum Value: 0.024%Maximum Value: 125%Default Value: 100%Description: This parameter s...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-52Parameter 679– Field Current at 2/8 Flux [Fld I @ 2/8 FLUX]Internal units : 4096 = 1000h = 100% rated field currentProgramming Terminal units: NoneMinimum Value: 0%Maximum Value: 100%Default Value: 14.3%Description: This is the third entry in a 9 element ...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-53Parameter 682– Field Current at 5/8 Flux [Fld I @ 5/8 FLUX]Internal units : 4096 = 1000h = 100% rated field currentProgramming Terminal units: Percent rated field currentMinimum Value: 0%Maximum Value: 100%Default Value: 45.5%Description: This is the sixt...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-54Parameter 685 – Field Current at 1.0 Flux [Fld I @ 1/0 FLUX]Internal units : 4096 = 1000h = 100% rated field currentProgramming Terminal units: Percent rated field currentMinimum Value: 0%Maximum Value: 100%Default Value: 100%Description: This is the eigh...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-55Parameter 688 – Tach Switch Tolerance [TACH SWITCH TOL]Internal units : 4096 = base motor speedProgramming Terminal units: RPMMinimum Value: 0Maximum Value: base speedDefault Value: 10% base speedFunction: Tach Loss RecoveryDescription: (5.01 firmware on...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-56Parameter 691 – Tach Switch Select [TACH SWITCH SEL]Internal units : NoneProgramming Terminal units: NoneMinimum Value: 0Maximum Value: 1Default Value: 0Function: Tach Loss RecoveryDescription: This parameter selects the automatic Tach Switchover toArmat...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-57Parameter 699 – Auto Tune Speed [Auto Tune Speed]Internal units : 4096 = 1000H = 1 pu = Base motor speedProgramming Terminal units: RPMMinimum Value: – Base SpeedMaximum Value: +Base SpeedDefault Value: +Base SpeedDescription: This parameter is the t...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-58Parameter 702 – Velocity Damping Factor [Vel Damp Factor]Internal units : NoneProgramming Terminal units: NoneMinimum Value: 0.5Maximum Value: 3.0Default Value: 1.0Description: This parameter (along with Parameter 700) determinesthe dynamic behavior ...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-59Parameter 705 – At Speed 2 [At Speed 2]Internal units : 4096 = 1000h = 1 pu = base motor speedProgramming Terminal units: RPMMinimum Value: – 6 x base speedMaximum Value: +6 x base speedDefault Value: base speed/8 rpmDescription: This parameter speci...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-60Parameter 708 – At Speed 5 [At Speed 5]Internal units : 4096 = 1000h = 1 pu = base motor speedProgramming Terminal units: RPMMinimum Value: – 6 x base speedMaximum Value: +6 x base speedDefault Value: base speed rpmDescription: This parameter is used...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-61Parameter 713 – Process Trim Filter Constant [Proc Trim Fltr K]Internal units : 4096 = 1000h = 100% process trim filteringProgramming Terminal units: percent of maximum process trimfiltering.Minimum Value: 0%Maximum Value: 100%Default Value: 0%Descriptio...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-62Parameter 717 – Process Trim Low Limit [Proc Trim Lo Lim]Internal units : 1000h = 4096 = 1 PUProgramming Terminal units: NoneMinimum Value: – 32767Maximum Value: 32767Default Value: – 4096Description: The output of the process trim regulator is lim...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-63Parameter 721– Process Trim Low Sum [Proc Trim Low Sum]Internal units : 4096 = 1000H = 1 PU = base motor speedProgramming Terminal units: RPMMinimum Value: – 6 x BS RPMMaximum Value: 0 RPMDefault Value: – 6 x Base Speed RPMDescription: This paramet...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-64Parameter 726– SCR Overtemperature Delay [SCR OvertempDelay]Internal units : Seconds x 10Programming Terminal units: SecondsMinimum Value: 0.1Maximum Value: 3276.7Default Value: 1.0Description: This parameter specifies the length of time that theheatsink...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-65Parameter 730– Field Failure Delay [Fld Failure Dly]Internal units : Seconds x 10Programming Terminal units: SecondsMinimum Value: 0.1Maximum Value: 5.0Default Value: 1.0Description: This parameter indicates the length of time that the fieldcurrent feed...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-66Parameter 734 – K Discontinuous [K Discontinuous]Internal units : 1024 = 400h = Full load currentProgramming Terminal units: NoneMinimum Value: 4Maximum Value: 2048Default Value: 288Description: Represents the average value of current feedback at thecross...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-67Parameter 739 – K Armature Volts [K Arm Volts]Internal units : 10 x armature volts@ maximum A/D inputProgramming Terminal units: NoneMinimum Value: 3000Maximum Value: 25000Default Value: 12500Description: A parameter which scales the analog armature vo...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-68Parameter 741– Desired Current Loop Bandwidth [Cur DesiredBW]Internal units : NoneProgramming Terminal units: RAD/Sec.Minimum Value: 40Maximum Value: 1000Default Value: 500Description: This parameter specifies the armature current loopbandwidth requeste...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-69Parameter 744 - Bridge Switch DelayInternal units : NoneMinimum Value: 0Maximum Value: 75Default Value: 2Description: This parameter allows the user to set up a programmabledelay which would begin after the drive's Zero Current Detector tells thedrive to s...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-70Parameter 745 – K Discontinuous Fraction [K Disc Fraction]Internal units : 10240 = 2800h = Full Load CurrentProgramming Terminal units: NoneMinimum Value: 0Maximum Value: 0.9Default Value: 0Description: Represents the fractional part of Parameter 734 – K...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-71Parameter 841 – SP Indirect 2 [SP Indirect 2]Internal units : NoneProgramming Terminal units: NoneMinimum Value: – 32767Maximum Value: + 32767Default Value: 0Description: When programmed, appears as a constant SourceParameter value at Parameter 11, an...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-72Parameter 843 – SP Indirect 4 [SP Indirect 4]Internal units : NoneProgramming Terminal units: NoneMinimum Value: – 32767Maximum Value: + 32767Default Value: 0Description: When programmed, appears as a constant SourceParameter value at Parameter 13 and...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-73Parameter 902 – Trend Constant Signed Value [Trend Sign Val]Internal units : NoneProgramming Terminal units: NoneMinimum Value: – 32767Maximum Value: + 32767Default Value: 0Description: This parameter specifies a signed constant value usedfor trend tr...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-74Parameter 906 – Trend Constant Logic Value [Trend Logic Val]Internal units : NoneProgramming Terminal units: NoneMinimum Value: 0000 0000 0000 0000Maximum Value: 1111 1111 1111 1111Default Value: 0000 0000 0000 0000Description: This parameter specifies ...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-75Parameter 910 – Trend 1 Operand Parameter X [Tr 1 Opnd XParam]Internal units : NoneProgramming Terminal units: NoneMinimum Value: 1Maximum Value: 947Default Value: 100Description: This parameter specifies the first of two parameternumbers for the trend ...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-76Parameter 913 – Trend 1 Sampling Rate [Tr 1 Sample Rate]Internal units : 1 = 0.001 secs.Programming Terminal units: SecsMinimum Value: 0.004Maximum Value: 30.0Default Value: 0.020Description: This parameter specifies the interval at which the datafor th...

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    Chapter 7Programming Parameters7-77Parameter 916 – Trend 1 Enable Trend [Tr 1 Enable]Internal units : NoneProgramming Terminal units: NoneMinimum Value: 0Maximum Value: 1Default Value: 0Description: This parameter is a switch that enables (activates) ordisables (de-activates) the trend. ...

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    8Chapter8-1Start-UpIntroductionThis chapter is a detailed step-by-step procedure for the proper start up andtuning of the 1395 drive. Among the procedures to be performed in thischapter are the following:• Basic drive tuning procedures.• Verification of proper supply voltages.• Calibrate d...

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    Chapter 8Start–Up8-2!CAUTION: The CMOS devices used on the control circuit boardscan be destroyed or damaged by static charges. If personnel willbe working near static sensitive devices, they must be appropriate-ly grounded. If you are not familiar with static control procedures,before servic...

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    Chapter 8Start–Up8-3Figure 8.1Bulletin 1395 Start-Up SequenceExternalConnection ChecksPRE-POWER CHECKSInternalConnection ChecksFeedback BoardJumper CheckLIVE-POWER CHECKSIncomingVoltage ChecksLogic Level ChecksPolarityChecksMonitorArmature VoltagePARAMETER PROGRAMMINGSTART-UPWithNode AdapterWi...

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    Chapter 8Start–Up8-4Table 8.APre-Power Checks DRIVE NAMEPLATE DATA:Catalog Number:S/N:Ser:AC Input Field:VoltsAmpsAC Input Armature:VoltsAmpsDC Output Field:VoltsAmpsDC Output Armature:VoltsAmpsMOTOR NAMEPLATE DATA:Manufacturer:Model Number:Serial Number:Type:HP:RPM:ArmVoltsAmpsFieldVoltsAmpsWo...

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    Chapter 8Start–Up8-5Voltage Measurement1. Before applying power to the Drive ensure that the ECOAST input to TB3-4 and 5 is locked in the open state. The DC contactor must remain in the open state while the following measurements are being made.2. Apply the main power source to the drive.3. ...

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    Chapter 8Start–Up8-64. Record the following DC voltage measurements in Tables 8.E to 8.G.If any voltage measurement is incorrect, refer to the Troubleshooting manual for guidelines.• +5 +/– 0.15VDC measured at TP 51 (+) with respect to TP 52 (–) on the Main Control Board.• +12 +/–0.48...

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    Chapter 8Start–Up8-7Table 8.FVoltage Measurements, 40-100HP 230V and 75-200HP 460V Series ATest PointsAC VOLTAGES: L1 to L2 L2 to L3 L3 to L1 TB1-1 to TB1-5 TB2-4 to TB2-5 Rated AC InputRated AC InputRated AC InputRated AC Field Input115VAC +/–10%Expected VoltageMeasured VoltageMAIN CON...

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    Chapter 8Start–Up8-8Standard Control I/O ChecksThe ECOAST Stop and Reset/Normal Stop inputs are supplied as basicdrive inputs. Verify the proper operation of these inputs using thefollowing steps. If an input does not produce the expected results, verifycorrect operation of the appropriate ...

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    Chapter 8Start–Up8-9Table 8.HBasic ParametersParm606607608609610611612615616617621629651652663664686733739740744Parameter NameBase Motor SpeedRev Speed LimitFwd Speed LimitEncoder PPRRated Motor VoltMotor Arm FLARated FLD Mtr CurRated Arm Brdg IRated Field Brdg IRated AC LineFeedback Device Typ...

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    Chapter 8Start–Up8-10Line/Armature Current Burden ResistorsTable 8.IRated Arm Brdg Current (I) (Parm 615)Also refer to Publication 1395-5.70, Chapter 6 and 2361-5.01, Chapters 2,3, and 4.Line Cur Burden Resistor Arm Cur Burden ResistorSer BSer ASer B (MKVA)HKVATB1TB2TB2TB2TB3TB3TB3TB3S...

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    Chapter 8Start–Up8-11Table 8.JRated Fld Brdg I Settings (Parameter 616)J1 Jumper12341 – 30 HP, 240VDC2 – 60 HP, 500VDC10.64.62.10.621.29.24.21.240 – 100 HP, 240VDC75 – 200 HP, 500VDC125 – 300 HP, 240VDC250 – 600 HP, 500VDC42.218.48.72.4Series BSeries ASeries B MKVATable 8.KBasic Par...

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    Chapter 8Start–Up8-12Table 8.L Set-Up ParametersParm614620623624626627628630631632653657658665666667672673674675676704705706707708709710711717718721722724727729730731732737738Parameter NameArmature ResistanceSystem Reset SelectFault SelectMaintained StartJog Ramp EnableFlux Mode SelectProcess T...

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    Chapter 8Start–Up8-13Table 8.MSpeed Reference ParametersParm633634635636637638639Parameter NamePreset Speed 1Preset Speed 2Preset Speed 3Preset Speed 4Preset Speed 5Jog Speed 1Jog Speed 2ValueApplicationApplicationApplicationApplicationApplicationApplicationApplicationClassificationTable 8.NInp...

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    Chapter 8Start–Up8-14Adapter ParametersIn order to operate the drive from external control devices it first must beconfigured by linking Source Parameters to Sink Parameters as describedin the Configuration section of Chapter 5. The drive can be controlled byeither discrete I/O devices using t...

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    Chapter 8Start–Up8-15Table 8.PDrive Pre-Configuration Table — Digital Reference Adapter* Cannot be changed by the userLink12345678910111213141516171819*20*Sink Parameter150154161450451452152250400401402100112105200100Linked to Source Parm

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    Chapter 8Start–Up8-16Up to 18 links of Source to Sink parameters may be made using theprogramming Terminal Drive Set-Up mode. Two of the potential twentylinks are permanently linked in order to maintain critical communicationspaths between the programming terminal and the 1395 Drive. This leave...

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    Chapter 8Start–Up8-174. Connect DC Voltmeter to Terminal A1 (+) and A2 (–) at the output of the main contactor.5. Apply power to the drive.6. Rotate motor shaft in CCW (counter clockwise) direction as viewed from the commutator end, using an externally applied mechanical forceto the motor...

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    Chapter 8Start–Up8-186. Verify correct scaling of Armature voltage feedback. Measure thearmature voltage at A1 and A2 output connections of the Drive. Verifythat the voltage measured is the same as the value shown in Parm 105(Arm Voltage Fdbk).If the value of Parm 105 is incorrect, change th...

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    Chapter 8Start–Up8-19 Drive Tuning(Drive Setup/Autotune/Current)The following parameters should be set-up prior to using the Auto-Tuningfeatures:PARMDESCRIPTION661676698699702733743PRESENT VALUESET TOKF Velocity LoopField Flux ReferenceAuto Tune I LimitAuto Tune SpeedVelocity Loop Damping Facto...

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    Chapter 8Start–Up8-20Current Loop Tune – This procedure calibrates the current loop gainbased on the information generated by the current loop test.1. Select the current tune option (Drive Setup/Autotune/CurrentTune) on the program terminal.2. Follow the instructions given by the Program T...

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    Chapter 8Start–Up8-212. Select the Velocity System Test (Drive Setup/Autotune/Vel SysTest) option on the program terminal.IMPORTANT: The Drive start command must be true for the entiretime the test is being performed. If a stop command is issued anytimeduring the test, the motor will stop and...

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    Chapter 8Start–Up8-223. Set KI, KP for the CEMF regulator (Parameters 672, 673), to their default value.4. Set Parameter 612, the rated motor field current to the actual value, referring to the motor nameplate data.IMPORTANT: The Drive start command must be true for the entiretime the test is ...

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    9Chapter9-1Reference MaterialsIntroductionThis chapter contains reference materials intended to provide additionalinformation pertaining to the 1395 such as:• Configuration Parameter lists• Start-up Parameter Tables• An alphabetical listing of all parameters.• GlossaryConfiguration Parame...

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    Chapter 9Reference Materials9-2Table 9.AFast Source Parameters cont.Param #FINAL VELOCITY REFERENCEARMATURE VOLTAGE FEEDBACKVELOCITY FEEDBACKPOSITION FEEDBACKVELOCITY FEED FORWARDPOSITION ERRORTORQUE COMMANDARMATURE CURRENT REFERENCEARMATURE CURRENT FEEDBACKARMATURE CURRENT PI OUTPUTARMATURE CURR...

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    Chapter 9Reference Materials9-3Table 9.BFast Sink Parameters cont.Param #LOGIC COMMAND 2BIT 0 = RUN REFERENCE ABIT 1 = RUN REFERENCE BBIT 2 = RUN REFERENCE CBIT 3 = MOP INCREMENTBIT 4 = MOP DECREMENTBIT 5 = RAMP DISABLEBIT 6 = MOP RATE 1BIT 7 = MOP RATE 2BIT 8 = COMMAND ENABLEBIT 9 = JOG 2BIT 10 ...

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    Chapter 9Reference Materials9-4Parameter Value ListRecord all parameter values or PLC references as finalized during start-upin the following tables:Table 9.CParameter ValuesParam #VELOCITY PARAM 1 SEL (PAR 163)VELOCITY PARAM 2 SEL (PAR 164)VELOCITY PARAM 3 SEL (PAR 165)VELOCITY PARAM 4 SEL (PAR ...

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    Chapter 9Reference Materials9-5Table 9.CParameter Values cont.Param #JOG RAMP ENABLE0 = NO RAMP USED1 = RAMP USEDFLUX MODE SELECTBIT 0 = FIELD ECONOMY ENABLEBIT 1 = FIELD WEAKENING ENABLEBIT 2 = EXTERNAL FEED FORWARDBIT 3 = COUNTER EMF SELECTEDBIT 4 = CEMF HOLDBIT 5 = CEMF RESETBIT 6 = DISABLE FI...

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    Chapter 9Reference Materials9-6Table 9.CParameter Values cont.Param #MOP MAX SPEEDMOP MIN SPEEDACCEL TIMEDECEL TIMEDESIRED CONTOURDROOP PERCENTDROOP FILTERKI VELOCITY LOOPKP VELOCITY LOOPKF VELOCITY LOOPFORWARD BRIDGE CURRENT LIMITREVERSE BRIDGE CURRENT LIMITSTART TAPER SPEEDEND TAPER SPEEDMIN TA...

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    Chapter 9Reference Materials9-7Table 9.CParameter Values cont.Param #AT SPEED 1AT SPEED 2AT SPEED 3AT SPEED 4AT SPEED 5UP TO SPEED TOLERANCEZERO SPEED TOLERANCEJOG DWELLPROCESS TRIM FILTER KPROCESS TRIM PRELOADPROCESS TRIM KI GAINPROCESS TRIM KPPROCESS TRIM LO LIMPROCESS TRIM HI LIMPROCESS TRIM O...

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    Chapter 9Reference Materials9-8Table 9.DInternal Configuration ParametersParam #SP INDIRECT 1SP INDIRECT 2SP INDIRECT 3SP INDIRECT 4SP INDIRECT 5DescriptionLinked to Fast Sink Param840841842843844DescriptionInternal Param1011121314Table 9.ETrend Value ParametersParam #TREND SIGN VALUETREND SIGN V...

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    Chapter 9Reference Materials9-9Table 9.FTrend Buffer Parameters cont.Param #TREND 2 Operand Parameter XTREND 2 Operand Parameter YTREND 2 OperatorTREND 2 sample rateTREND 2 post samplesTREND 2 multiple triggerTREND 2 enableTREND 2 output rateDescriptionParameter Range920921922923924925926927Param...

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    Chapter 9Reference Materials9-10Alphabetical Parameter Reference ListingPARAMETER NAME PARAMETER NO.PAGE REFERENCEABS Overspeed724 229,7-63AC Line Voltage116 188,7-22Accel Time651 211,7-45Arm Bridge Type 231,733 7-65Arm Current Firing Angle114 188,7-22Arm Current PI Output113 188,7-22Arm Current...

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    Chapter 9Reference Materials9-11Parameter Reference Listing (Alphabetical)PARAMETER NAME PARAMETER NO.PAGE REFERENCEFld Failure Delay730 231,7-65Fld Flux Ref676 217,7-51Fld I @ 0/8 Flux677 217,7-51Fld I @ 1/8 Flux678 217,7-51Fld I @ 2/8 Flux679 218,7-52Fld I @ 3/8 Flux680 218,7-52Fld I @ 4/8 Flu...

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    Chapter 9Reference Materials9-12Parameter Reference Listing (Alphabetical)PARAMETER NAME PARAMETER NO.PAGE REFERENCEMaintain Start624 204,7-38Minimum Tapered Current667 215,7-49MOP Accel 1 – 4641 – 644 209,7-43 – 210,7-44Mtr Overload Sel629 206,7-40MOP Decel 1 – 4645 – 648 210,7-44 ...

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    Chapter 9Reference Materials9-13Parameter Reference Listing (Alphabetical)PARAMETER NAME PARAMETER NO.PAGE REFERENCESystem Inertia703 224,7-58System Reset Select620 202,7-36Strt Taper Speed665 214,7-48Tach Loss CEMF731 231,7-65Tach Loss Vel732 231,7-65Tach Switch Ki689 221,7-55Tach Switch Kp690 ...

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    Chapter 9Reference Materials9-14GlossaryAdapter Board – A circuit board required to convert information to andfrom an external device to the format required by the Main Control Boardmicrobus.Analog – A control system with continuously adjustable voltage orcurrent level.Binary – A numberi...

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    Chapter 9Reference Materials9-15Parameter – A memory address that is used to store data for use by theprogram. The data stored in the parameter can be either variable orconstant.Port – Hardware located on the Main Control Board which allows forconnection of one Adapter Board to the microb...

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    10Chapter10-1Renewal PartsIntroductionChapter 10 provides renewal parts information for the 1395 Drive. Thechapter is divided into three sections based on horsepower rating. Includedin each section is a listing of the renewal parts available. In addition,figures are provided to show the approx...

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    Chapter 10Renewal Parts10-2AB0668A1 or 24 , 4A or 5131220910 or 11

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    Chapter 10Renewal Parts10-3AB0669A1615176321(located below on heat sink)7(located behind #6)182322(below bus bar)76

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    Chapter 10Renewal Parts10-4AB0670A8(back of drive)1914(bottom of drive)

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    Chapter 10Renewal Parts10-5DescriptionArmature Pulse BoardDigital Reference Adapter BoardDiscrete Adapter BoardFeedback BoardField Pulse BoardMain Control BoardMulti Communication BoardControlNet Adapter BoardNode Adapter BoardPower Stage Interface BoardPower Supply BoardAuxiliary Contact, N.O.Co...

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    Chapter 10Renewal Parts10-6AB0673A11, 12 or 13, 14, 1529252316(bottom of drive)542 or 37, 7A or 822(behind fuse plate)201718196(back of firstswing-down panel)

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    Chapter 10Renewal Parts10-7AB0674A19102627272824

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    Chapter 10Renewal Parts10-8DescriptionArmature Pulse Board1Digital Reference Adapter BoardDiscrete Adapter BoardFeedback BoardField Pulse BoardMain Control BoardMulti Communication Adapter BoardControl Net Adapter BoardNode Adapter BoardPower Stage Interface BoardPower Supply BoardContactorFansFa...

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    Chapter 10Renewal Parts10-9AB0675A7, 7A or 82 or 36(back of swing-down panel)109AB0676AÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ452220171111912, 1321, 23251424161518

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    A-1AppendixUnderstanding EEPROM FunctionsAnd how they relate to Main Control and Adapter Board ReplacementFor detailed programming information, refer to the Bulletin 1300 Programming Terminal User Manual, publication 1300-5.5.InitializeThe Initialize function sets all parameters and links to defa...

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    A-2AppendixNotes

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    IndexI-1Numbers1–30 HP/2–60 HP Drives 33,115VAC Control Voltage, 2-1 33,1 33,115VAC Control Voltage – Illustration, 33,2-11 25,AC Current Feedback, 2-3 25,AC Line Reactor 25,, 2-3Adapter Board, 2-1, 2-15 37,Adapter Board – Illustration, 37,2-15Analog Inputs, 2-16, 2-17 38,Analog Output,...

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    IndexI-2Digital Outputs, 4-20, 4-21 84,Digital Reference Adapter Board, 4-20 84,Digital Reference Input, 4-20 84,Discrete Adapter Board, 4-20 80,ECOAST Stop, 4-16 71,Feedback Board, 4-7 71,Feedback Board – Illustration, 71,4-7 71,Feedback Board Jumpers, 4-7 69,Field Bridge Components, 69,4-5 ...

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    IndexI-3 45,Field Current Feedback, 3-5 45,Field Pulse Transformer 45,and Snubber Board, 3-5 52,Field Pulse Transformer 52,and Snubber Board 52,(A5), 3-12Field Pulse Transformer and Snubber Board – Illustra- 53,tion, 3-13 41,Hardware Description, 3-1 41,Hardware Overview, 3-1 42,Hardware Ove...

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    IndexI-4 137,Armature DC Loop Contactor 137,Lug Kits, 6-13 14,Armature Firing, 1-4Armature Pulse Transformer and Snubber Board 52,40–100 HP/75–200 HP Drives, 3-12 52,40–100 HP/75–200 HP Drives – Illustration, 52,3-12Armature Pulse Transformer Boards 75,125–300 HP/250–600 HP 75,Dr...

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    IndexI-5 147,ECoast Connections, 147,6-23 152,External Contactor Bypass Jumpers, 6-28 145,Procedure, 6-21 146,TB3 Terminal Descriptions, 6-22 14,Controller Current Output, 1-4ControlNet Adapter Board 40,1–30 HP/2–60 HP Drives, 2-18 86,125–300 HP/250–600 HP 86,Drives, 4-22 63,40–100 HP...

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    IndexI-6 13,Inspection, 1-3 20,Publication References, 20,1-10 13,Receiving Information, 1-3 14,Specifications, 1-4 12,Standard Features, 1-2 13,Storage, 1-3 13,Unpacking, 1-3 261,Drive Calibration, 261,Verification, 8-17 92,Drive Configuration, 5-6 184,Drive Fault, 101, 7-18 90,Drive Logic Con...

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    IndexI-7 219,Field Current at 7/8 219,Flux, 684, 7-53Field Current Feedback 27,1–30 HP/2–60 HP Drives, 2-5 69,125–300 HP/250–600 HP 69,Drives, 4-5 45,40–100 HP/75–200 HP Drives, 3-5 189,Field Current Feedback, 118, 189,7-23Field Current Range Jumper Selections, 1–30 HP/2–60 HP ...

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    IndexI-8J 208,Jog 1 Speed, 638, 7-42 209,Jog 2 Speed, 639, 7-43 226,Jog Dwell, 711, 7-60 205,Jog Ramp Enable, 205,626, 7-39 15,Jog Speeds, 1-5 142,Jumper Connections, 142,Circuit Board, 6-18Jumper Settings 143,Field Current, 6-19Main Control Board, 6-19, 6-20 143,Power Stage Interface Board, 6-...

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    IndexI-9 132,Motor Connection, 6-8 138,for CCW Rotation, 6-14 200,Motor Inertia, 613, 7-34 15,Motor Operated Pot, 15,1-5 206,Motor Overload Select, 629, 206,7-40 15,Motor Thermostat, 15,1-5 125,Mounting, 6-1 164,Multi-Communication Adapter Board, 164,6-40 39,1–30 HP/2–60 HP Drives, 2-17 8...

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    IndexI-10 229,External Overtemperature Delay, 725, 7-63 207,Fault Report, 630, 207,7-41 203,Fault Select, 623, 203,7-37 202,Feedback Device Type, 202,621, 7-36 217,Field Current at 0/8 217,Flux, 677, 7-51 220,Field Current at 1.0 220,Flux, 685, 7-54 217,Field Current at 1/8 217,Flux, 678, 7...

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    IndexI-11 181,SP Output 5, 14, 7-15 230,Stall Delay, 727, 7-64 214,Start Taper Speed, 214,665, 7-48 224,System Inertia, 703, 7-58 202,System Reset Select, 620, 202,7-36 231,Tach Loss CEMF, 731, 7-65 231,Tach Loss Velocity 231,, 732, 7-65 221,Tach Switch Ki, 689, 7-55 221,Tach Switch Kp, 690, 7-...

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    IndexI-12 113,Process Trim, 5-27 120,Process Trim Control, Block 120,Diagram, 5-34 197,Process Trim Feedback, 197,162, 7-31 227,Process Trim Filter Constant, 713, 227,7-61 228,Process Trim High Limit, 718, 7-62 229,Process Trim High Sum, 229,722, 7-63 227,Process Trim KI Gain, 715, 7-61 227,P...

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    IndexI-13 68,125–300 HP/250–600 HP 68,Drives, 4-4 44,40–100 HP/75–200 HP Drives, 3-4 69,SCR Snubbers, 125–300 HP/250–600 HP 69,Drives, 4-5 168,Set Up Parameter, Definition, 7-2 109,Setting Trend Buffer 109,Output Rate, 5-23 109,Setting Trend Buffer 109,Type, 5-23 256,Set-Up Parame...

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    IndexI-14 67,125–300 HP/250–600 HP 67,Drives, 4-3 43,40–100 HP/75–200 HP Drives, 3-3 136,System Grounding Procedures, Illustration, 6-12 224,System Inertia, 703, 7-58 15,System Reset, 1-5 202,System Reset Select, 620, 202,7-36T 231,Tach Loss CEMF, 731, 7-65 114,Tach Loss Recovery 114,, ...

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    IndexI-15 223,Velocity Desired Bandwidth, 700, 7-57 190,Velocity Error, 124, 7-24 187,Velocity Feed Forward, 108, 7-21 112,Velocity Feedback Control, 5-26 120,Block Diagram, 5-34 207,Velocity Feedback Filter Select, 207,631, 7-41 90,Velocity Feedback Select, Definition, 90,5-4 186,Velocity Feed...

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