Handbuch siemens micromaster 440


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Handbuch siemens micromaster 440

Quick Links. Table of Contents. Page 4 Please refer to all Definitions and Warnings contained in the Operating Instructions. You will find the Operating Instructions on the Docu CD delivered with your inverter. If the CD is lost, it can be ordered via your local Siemens department under the Order No. Please pay special attention to the Warnings, Cautions, Notices and Notes contained in these manuals.

Table of Contents Block Diagram and Terminals Page 6: Table Of Contents Positioning down ramp Page 9 Status Display Panel Elektronic box Bottom adjustment rail Bottom retaining screw Fan screws Shield connection control leads Fan fuses Transformer adaption Motor cable Phase U2, V2, W2 Motor cable PE Shield connection Fig. Page 10 Status Display Panel Elektronic box Bottom adjustment rail Bottom retaining screw Fan screws Shield connection control leads Fan fuses Transformer adaption Motor cable Phase U2, V2, W2 Motor cable PE Shield connection Fig.

Page Parameters 2 settings. The BiCo system allows complex functions to be programmed. Boolean and mathematical relationships can be set up between inputs digital, analog, serial etc. Page 13 Indicates the level of user access. There are four access levels: Standard, Extended, Expert and Service.

The number of parameters that appear in each functional group depends on the access level set in P user access level. Page 16 Seven-segment display The seven-segment display is structured as follows: Segment Bit 15 14 13 12 Segment Bit The significance of the relevant bits in the display is described in the status and control word parameters. Page 20 Delay time permitted deviation P[3] No. Page Binector Input Parameters BI: Timer 1 P[3] BI: RFG start P BI: Timer 2 P[3] BI: RFG enable setpoint P BI: Timer 3 P[3] BI: Enable DC braking P BI: Timer 4 P[3] BI: Set integrator of n-ctrl.

Page Connector Output Parameters CO: Upper torque limit total r CO: Act. Page 26 Defines time period after which the backlight display turns off if no operator keys have been pressed. Page 28 6. Page 30 Note: For asynchronous motors, a limit is calculated for the torque generating current component in conjunction with the maximum possible output voltage rmotor leakage and current field weakening r and this prevents motor stalling. Index: r[0] : 1st.

Drive data set DDS r[1] : 2nd. Drive data set DDS r[2] : 3rd. Page 32 Displays electrical energy used by inverter since display was last reset see P - reset energy consumption meter. Page 33 Displays currently selected and active drive data set DDS. Possible Settings: 1st.

Drive data set DDS 2nd. Drive data set DDS 3rd. Drive data set DDS Index: r[0] : Selected drive data set r[1] : Active drive data set Details: See parameter P Page 37 ms Act. Page 38 Level Min: Datatype: Float Unit: A Def: P-Group: CONTROL Max: Displays phase currents.

The modulation index is defined as ratio between the magnitude of the fundamental component in the inverter phase output voltage and half of the dc-link voltage. This function is not available on single input channel encoders. P Equipment system number Level Min: CStat: Datatype: U16 Unit: - Def: P-Group: - Active: first confirm QuickComm.

Page 44 Act. Page 46 The different values can be taken from the appropriate Catalog or are saved in the drive inverter refer to Fig. The VT rated current r[1] or CT rated current r[2] represent the matching 4-pole Siemens IEC standard motor for the selected load duty cycle refer to the diagram.

Page 47 : Max. Page 48 Bit01 Reserved Bit02 Phase loss detection enable Index: P[0] : 1st. Drive data set DDS P[1] : 2nd. Drive data set DDS P[2] : 3rd. Page 49 Active: first confirm QuickComm. Note: Setting to 0, inverter fan will switch off when the drive stops, that is no delay. Default value is depending on inverter type and its rating data.

Page 53 Pole pair number recalculated automatically if parameter is changed. Page 54 Unit: A Def: P-Group: MOTOR Max: Displays calculated magnetizing current of motor in [A]. Page 55 Applications with variable torque the reduction of max. Notice: Motors of series 1LA1 and 1LA8 have an internal fan.

This internal motor fan must not be confused with the fan at the end of the motor shaft. Page 56 P, P, P An excessive reduction of this time can result in insufficient motor magnetization. Page 59 Since measured line-to-line, this value may appear to be higher up to 2 times higher than expected.

The value entered in P stator resistance is the one obtained by the method last used. Page 60 Index: P[0] : 1st. Drive data set DDS Dependency: Calculated automatically using the motor model or determined using P motor identification. D r Index: P[0] : 1st. Drive data set DDS Details: See P magnetizing curve flux 1. Page 63 Index: P[0] : 1st. Drive data set DDS Dependency: Affects P motor magnetizing current. Details: See P magnetizing curve flux 1. Page 64 : 2nd. Check rated motor speed [rpm] value P Page Speed Encoder Encoders with zero pulse can also be connected, but the zero pulse is not used in MM4.

The term "quadrature" in setting 2 refers to two periodic functions separated by a quarter cycle or 90 degrees. Page 68 When allowed frequency difference is set to 0, both the high frequency and low frequency encoder loss detection is disabled, thus encoder loss will not be detected. If encoder loss detection is disabled and encoder loss occurs, then operation of the motor may become unstable.

Page Application Macros Using a PTC sensor the temperature of the motor is calculated by the sensor in conjunction with the thermal model. This allows for redundancy of the monitoring process. Page 70 The data, required for the thermal motor model, is estimated from the rating plate data entered during the quick commissioning. This data permits reliable, stable operation for standard Siemens motors. If required, parameter changes must be made for motors from third-party manufacturers.

We always recommend that an automatic motor data identification run is made after quick commissioning so that the electrical equivalent circuit diagram data can be determined. Page 71 Clearly a motor running with a high current maybe due to boost and a low speed, will overheat more quickly than one running at 50 or 60 Hz, full load.

The MM4 take account of these factors. Page 72 Active: Immediately QuickComm. Page 74 P[2] : 3rd. Notice: Setting 99 BICO for expert use only. Page 78 Disable additional freq setpoint Enable BICO parameterization Index: P[0] : 1st. Command data set CDS P[1] : 2nd. Command data set CDS P[2] : 3rd. Command data set CDS Details: See P function of digital input 1.

Page 79 Disable additional freq setpoint Enable BICO parameterization Index: P[0] : 1st. Page 80 P[1] : 2nd. Command data set CDS Note: Signals above 4 V are active, signals below 1,6 V are inactive. Details: See P function of digital input 1. Page 82 Digital input 3 Bit03 Digital input 4 Bit04 Digital input 5 Bit05 Digital input 6 Bit06 Digital input 7 via ADC 1 Bit07 Digital input 8 via ADC 2 Note: Segment is lit when signal is active.

Page 85 0 Closed P F Act. Index: r[0] : Analog input 1 ADC 1 r[1] : Analog input 2 ADC 2 Dependency: P to P define range ADC scaling. Page 89 ASPmin represents lowest analog setpoint this may be at 0 V or 20 mA. Page 91 0. Page 92 Defines time delay between loss of analog setpoint and appearance of fault code F Index: P[0] : Analog input 1 ADC 1 P[1] : Analog input 2 ADC 2 Note: Expert users can choose the desired reaction to F default is OFF2.

Page Analog Outputs If the value was originally negative then the corresponding bit in R is set, otherwise it is cleared. Page 94 The default values of the scaling block provides a scaling of: P1: 0.

Open the PDF directly: View PDF. Page Count: Warnings, Cautions and Notes Contents 1 Installation 1. The following Warnings, Cautions and Note s are provided for your safety and as a. Specific Warnings, Cautions and Notes that apply to particular. Please read the. Non-complia nce with Warnings or failure to follow. The successful and safe.

It is not permissible to open the equipm ent until 5 minutes after the. The drive unit discharge s itself during this time. Refer to P and P, i 2 t is ON by. Motor overload protection can also be provid ed using an external PTC.

Always wait 5 minutes to allow the unit to discharge. Operating Instructions Compact 3. Operating Instructions Compact 5. The inverters can be mounted adja cent to each other. When mounting inverters. Independent of this, these minimum distances must be observed. Size Drilling Dimensions Tightenin g Torque. A 6. B 6. C 8. D F Unfiltered and w ith built in Class A Filter.

Frame Size A B C. Output Rating CT [hp] 0,16 0,33 0,5 0,75 1,0 1,5 2,0 3,0 4,0. Output Power [kVA] 0,4 0,7 1,0 1,3 1,7 2,4 3,2 4,6 6,0. CT Input Current 1 1,8 3,2 4,6 6,2 8,2 11,0 14,4 20,2 35,5. CT Output Current [A] 0,9 1,7 2,3 3,0 3,9 5,5 7,4 10,4 13,6. Fuse 10 10 10 16 16 20 20 32 Recommended 3NA Input Cable Min. Input Cable Max. Output Cable Min. Output Cable Max. Weight unfiltered [lbs] 2,9 2,9 2,9 2,9 2,9 7,3 7,3 7,3 12,1. Operating Instructions Compact 7. Input voltage range 3 AC V — V.

Order No. Frame Size C. Output Rating CT [hp] 4,0 5,0 7,5. Output Power [kVA] 6,0 7,7 9,6. CT Input Current 1 [A] 15,6 19,7 26,5. CT-Outpu t Curren t [A] 13,6 17,5 22,0. VT Input Curre nt 1 [A] - 28,3 34,2. VT-Output Current [A] - 22,0 28,0. Fuse [A] 25 32 Recommended 3N A Input Cable, mi n. Input Cable, ma x. Output Cable, min. Output Cable, max. Weight [lbs] 12,5 12,5 12,5.

CT-Input Current 1 [A] 1,1 1,9 2,7 3,6 4,7 6,4 8,3 11,7 15,6. CT-Outpu t Curren t [A] 0,9 1,7 2,3 3,0 3,9 5,5 7,4 10,4 13,6. Fuse [A] 10 10 10 16 16 20 20 25 Weight [lbs] 2,9 2,9 2,9 2,9 2,9 7,3 7,3 7,3 12,1. Tightening torq ues. Frame Size C D E F.

Output Rating CT [hp] 5,0 7,5 10,0 15,0 20,0 25,0 30,0 40,0 50,0 60,0. Output Power [kVA] 7,7 9,6 12,3 18,4 23,7 29,8 35,1 45,6 57,0 67,5. CT-Input Current 1 [ A] 19,7 26,5 34,2 38,0 50,0 62,0 71,0 96,0 ,0 ,0. CT-Outpu t Curren t [A ] 17,5 22,0 28,0 42,0 54,0 68,0 80,0 ,0 ,0 ,0. VT-Input C urrent 1 [ A] 28,3 34,2 38,0 50,0 62,0 71,0 96,0 ,0 ,0 ,0.

VT-Output Current [A] 22,0 28,0 42,0 54,0 68,0 80,0 ,0 ,0 ,0. Fuse [A] 32 35 50 80 80 Output Cable, max [AWG] 8 8 2 2 2 2 2 Weight [lbs] 12,1 12,1 37,0 35,0 35,0 44,0 44,0 ,0 ,0 ,0. Operating Instructions Compact 9. Frame Size B C D. Output Rating CT [hp] 3,0 4,0 5,0 7,5 10,0 15,0 20,0. Output Power [kVA] 4,5 5,9 7,8 10,1 14,0 19,8 24,4.

CT-Input Current 1 [A] 7,5 10,0 12,8 15,6 22,0 23,1 33,8. CT-Outpu t Curren t [A] 5,9 7,7 10,2 13,2 18,4 26,0 32,0. VT-Input C urrent 1 [A] — — — 17,3 23,1 33,8 37,0. VT-Output Current [A] — — — 20,2 29,0 39,0 45,2. Fuse [A] 16 16 20 20 32 35 Weight [lbs] 7,5 7,5 7,5 12,5 12,5 12,5 37,0. Tightening torq ues for. Frame Size D E F. Output Rating CT [hp] 25,0 30,0 40,0 50,0 60,0 75,0 ,0. Output Power [kVA] 29,0 34,3 47,3 57,2 68,6 83,8 ,5. CT-Input Current 1 [A] 37,0 43,0 59,0 72,0 87,0 ,0 ,0.

CT-Outpu t Curren t [A] 38,0 45,0 62,0 75,0 90,0 ,0 ,0. VT-Input C urrent 1 [A] 43,0 59,0 72,0 87,0 ,0 ,0 ,0. VT-Output Current [A] 45,0 62,0 75,0 90,0 ,0 ,0 ,0. Fuse [A] 63 80 For UL specified 3NE Weight [lbs] 37,0 37,0 48,0 48,0 ,0 ,0 ,0. Output Rating CT [hp ] 0,5 0,75 1,0 1,5 2,0 3,0 4,0 5,0 7,5 10,0. Output Power [kVA] 0,9 1,2 1,6 2,3 3,0 4,5 5,9 7,8 10,1 14,0. CT-Input Current 1 [A ] 2,2 2,8 3,7 4,9 5,9 7,5 10,0 12,8 15,6 22,0.

CT-Outpu t Curren t [A] 1,3 1,7 2,2 3,1 4,1 5,9 7,7 10,2 13,2 19,0. VT-Input C urrent 1 [A ] - - - - - - - - 17,3 23,1. VT-Output Current [A] - - - - - - - - 19,0 26,0. Fuse [A] 10 10 10 10 10 16 16 20 20 Weight [lbs] 2,9 2,9 2,9 2,9 2,9 7,3 7,3 7,3 12,1 12,1. Output Rating CT [hp] 15,0 20,0 25,0 30,0 40,0 50,0 60,0 75,0 ,0.