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ABB DCS600 操作指导

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DCS Thyristor Power Converters for DC Drive Systems 25 to 5150 A Operating Instructions DCS 600 MultiDrive ABB Automation How to use the DCS Documentation System The matrix below indicates all available product documentation and its corresponding order numbers on its left columns as well as all existing DC Drive systems on its top rows. System descriptions, Technical data and Operating instructions (as far as they are available for the corresponding drive) are the basic documents and will be delivered together with each drive. All other documentation has to be ordered separately. DC drive systems System Drive Standard Drive 5HEXLOG Cubicle Module Cubicle Module Product documentation D C V 7 00 D C A 6 00 M ul tiD riv e D C F 7 00 /5 00 D C A 6 20 M ul tiD riv e D C S 5 00 ... 11 D C S 6 00 M ul tiD riv e D C F 5 00 D C F 6 00 M ul tiD riv e D C S 5 00 e nc lo se d D C S 5 00 B e nc lo se d D C S 4 00 D C S 5 00 ... 21 D C S 5 00 B D C P 5 00 D C P 5 00 B D C R System description Language Volume 3ADW000049 EN, DE II A x x 3ADW000062 EN, DE II B x 3ADW000066 EN, DE,FR II D x x 3ADW000069 EN, DE II E x 3ADW000072 EN, DE II F x x 3ADW000121 ➀ EN II F1 x x 3ADW000095 (Manual) ➁ EN,DE,FR,IT,SP II K x Technical Data Language Volume 3ADW000054 EN, DE,FR III x x x x x x x x Operating Instructions Language Volume 3ADW000055 EN,DE,FR,SP IV A x x x x x x 3ADW000064 EN, DE IV C x x 3ADW000080 EN, DE IV F x x x x 3ADW000091 (Installation) EN, DE IV F1 x x x x x Software description Language Volume 3ADW000056 EN V A1 x x x 3ADW000078 EN V D1 x x x 3ADW000076 EN V F x x x x 3ADW000050 EN - x x 3ADW000031 (Diagr.) EN - x x 3ADW000053 EN V C x x 3ADW000052 (Diagr.) EN V C x x Tools Language Volume 3AFE61178775 CMT/DCS500 EN - x x x x x x EN 5926915-1 GAD EN - x x x x x x 3ADW000048 (Application blocks) EN V A2 x x x x x x 3AFY61041486 DDCTool EN - x x x x x x x x x x 3AFY61296123 Drive Window EN - x x x x 6HUYLFH,QVWUXFWLRQV Language Volume 3ADW000093 EN VI A x x x x x x x x x x x x 3ADW000131 EN VI K x )LHOGEXV Language Volume 3ADW000086 EN - x x x 3ADW000097 EN - x x x x Others Language Volume 3ADW000115 12-Pulse operation EN II F2 x x 3ADW000092 Rebuild manual EN II H x x x x x x x x x x x x 3ADW000128 Paralleling DCS Conv. EN II H1 x x x x Status: 13.July.1999 ➀ Covers information of Technical data ➁ Covers information of Technical data, Operating Instructions, Software Description av ai la bl e on ly fo r: D C S 5 00 / 50 0B / 60 0 dr iv e sy st em s 2000 ABB Automation Products GmbH. All rights reserved. Thyristor Power Converters Series DCS 600 MultiDrive 25 to 5150 A OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Code: 3ADW 000 080 R0501 Rev E DCS6BAEE.DOC EFFECTIVE: Dec. 18th, 2000 SUPERSEDES: Rev D - Dec. 3rd, 1999 DCS 600 Operating Instructions Safety Instructions DCS 600 Operating Instructions i Overview This chapter contains safety instructions which must be complied with during installation, operation and maintenance of the power converters series DCS 600 MultiDrive. If these instructions are not complied with, this may result in injuries (perhaps even with fatal) or in damage to the power converter, the motor and the driven machine. Before starting with any work whatsoever at or with this unit, you must read the information given in this chapter. Warnings Warnings provide information on states which if the specified procedure for the state concerned is not meticulously complied with may result in a serious error, in major damage to the unit, in injury to persons and even in death. They are identified by the following symbols: Danger: High Voltage! This symbol warns you of high voltages which may result in injuries to persons and/or damage to equipment. Where appropriate, the text printed adjacent to this symbol describes how risks of this kind may be avoided.  All electrical installation and maintenance work on the thyristor power converter must be carried out by properly qualified staff who have been thoroughly trained in electrical engineering.  The thyristor power converter and its adjacent units must be properly earthed by qualified professionals.  You must NEVER perform any work on the thyristor power converter while it is still switched on. First switch the unit off, use a measuring instrument to make absolutely sure that the power converter has really been de-energized, and only then you may start with the work concerned.  Due to external control circuits, there may be dangerously high voltages present at the thyristor power converter even after the line voltage has been switched off. So always work at the unit with appropriate caution! Non-compliance with these instructions may result in injury (or even death!). Safety Instructions ii DCS 600 Operating Instructions General warning: this symbol warns you of non- electrical risks and dangers which may result in seri- ous or even fatal injury to persons and/or in damage to equipment. Where appropriate, the text printed ad- jacent to this symbol describes how risks of this kind may be avoided.  When thyristor power converters are in use, the electric motors, power transmission elements and the driven machines are working in an extended operating range, which means they have to cope with a relatively high loading.  You should have made sure that all units, devices and appli- ances used are actually suitable for this higher loading.  If you have to operate the thyristor power converter at a rated motor voltage and/or a rated motor current significantly below the figures stated in the thyristor power converter’s output data, you must take appropriate precautionary measures to protect the unit against overspeed, overload, breakage, etc., by modify- ing the software or hardware appropriately.  For insulation testing, you must disconnect all cables from the thyristor power converter. You should avoid operating your unit at values other than the rated data. Non-compliance with these instructions may cause lasting damage to the thyristor power converter.  The thyristor power converter possesses a number of automatic reset functions. When these functions are executed, the unit will be reset after an error and will then resume operation. These functions should not be used if other units and devices are not suitable for an operating mode of this kind, or if their use might entail dangerous situations. Warning of electrostatic discharge: this symbol warns you against electrostatic dis- charges which may damage the unit. Where appro- priate, the text printed next to this symbol describes how a risk of this kind may be avoided. Safety Instructions DCS 600 Operating Instructions iii Notes Notes supply information on states requiring particular attention, or indicate that additional information is available on a specific topic. For this purpose, the following symbols are used: CAUTION! Cautions are designed to draw your attention to a particular state of affairs. Note A note contains or refers you to additional informa- tion available on the particular topic concerned. Mains connection You can use a switch disconnector (with fuses) in the power supply of the thyristor power converter to disconnect the electrical compo- nents of the unit from the power supply for installation and mainte- nance work. The type of disconnector used must be a switch dis- connector as per EN 60947-3, Class B, so as to comply with EU regulations, or a circuit-breaker type which switches off the load circuit by means of an auxiliary contact causing the breaker’s main contacts to open. The mains disconnector must be locked in its "OPEN" position during any installation and maintenance work. EMERGENCY STOP buttons EMERGENCY STOP buttons must be installed at each control desk and at all other control panels requiring an emergency stop function. Pressing the STOP button on the CDP 312 control panel of the thyristor power converter will neither cause an emergency motor stop, nor will the drive be disconnected from any dangerous potential. To avoid unintentional operating states, or to shut the unit down in case of any imminent danger according to the standards in the safety instructions it is not sufficient to merely shut down the drive via signals „RUN“, „drive OFF“ or „Emergency Stop“ respectively „control panel“ or „PC tool“. Intended use The operating instructions cannot take into consideration every possible case of configuration, operation or maintenance. Thus, they mainly give such advice only, which is required by qualified personnel for normal operation of the machines and devices in industrial installations. If in special cases the electrical machines and devices are in- tended for use in non-industrial installations - which may require stricter safety regulations (e.g. protection against contact by children or similar) -, these additional safety measures for the installation must be provided by the customer during assembly. Contents iv DCS 600 Operating Instructions IV F OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Safety Instructions Chapter 1-Introduction How to use this manual.................................................................................................IV F 1-1 Contents of this manual ................................................................................................IV F 1-1 Target group .................................................................................................................IV F 1-1 Associated publications ...............................................................................................IV F 1-1 Incoming inspection ......................................................................................................IV F 1-2 Storage and transport ...................................................................................................IV F 1-2 Rating plate ..................................................................................................................IV F 1-2 Chapter 2-Start-Up Instructions General notes ...............................................................................................................IV F 2-1 2.1 Preparatory work ....................................................................................................IV F 2-7 2.2 Scaling intra-unit signals ........................................................................................ IV F 2-8 2.3 Presetting the field supply unit ..............................................................................IV F 2-10 2.4 Adjusting the current controller..............................................................................IV F 2-13 2.5 Speed feedback balancing.................................................................................... IV F 2-15 2.6 Balancing the field supply unit and the EMF controller .......................................... IV F 2-18 2.7 Balancing the speed controller, plus fine-balancing the EMF ................................ IV F 2-22 2.8 Matching the thyristor power converter unit to the system conditions concerned ..IV F 2-23 2.9 Manual balancing of the controllers....................................................................... IV F 2-23 2.10 Start-Up of the serial communication .................................................................. IV F 2-24 DCS 600 and APC ..........................................................................................IV F 2-24 DCS 600 and AC 70 (PM 810) ........................................................................ IV F 2-25 DCS 600 and AC 80 Module bus..................................................................... IV F 2-26 DCS 600 and AC 80 Drive bus ........................................................................ IV F 2-27 DCS 600 and FCI (CI 810) / AC 400................................................................ IV F 2-28 DCS 600 and Profibus..................................................................................... IV F 2-29 DCS 600 and Modbus PLUS........................................................................... IV F 2-31 DCS 600 and CS 31........................................................................................IV F 2-33 DCS 600 and DCF 600 by FEXlink.................................................................. IV F 2-34 Chapter 3 - Handling of Control Panel CDP 312 3.1 Overview.................................................................................................................IV F 3-1 Panel Link .........................................................................................................IV F 3-1 Mounting the Panel ..........................................................................................IV F 3-1 Languages for Panel Display.............................................................................IV F 3-1 3.2 Start Mode ..............................................................................................................IV F 3-2 3.3 Panel Functions ......................................................................................................IV F 3-3 Actual Signal Display Mode...............................................................................IV F 3-3 Parameter Mode................................................................................................IV F 3-4 Function Mode...................................................................................................IV F 3-4 Drive Mode........................................................................................................IV F 3-5 Reference Input.................................................................................................IV F 3-5 Contents DCS 600 Operating Instructions v 3.4 Parameter Selecting and Changing of Value...........................................................IV F 3-6 3.5 Saving of the Parameters to backup memory..........................................................IV F 3-8 3.6 FAULT resetting (RESET).......................................................................................IV F 3-9 3.7 EMERGENCY STOP resetting (RESET).................................................................IV F 3-9 3.8 Fault History Display .............................................................................................IV F 3-10 3.9 Uploading and Downloading of Parameters (UPLOAD/DOWNLOAD)...................IV F 3-11 3.10 Setting of the Display Contrast............................................................................IV F 3-14 3.11 Full Name of Actual Signals ................................................................................IV F 3-14 3.12 Selection of Actual Signals Group 1 ... 9 .............................................................IV F 3-15 3.13 Drive Mode .........................................................................................................IV F 3-16 3.14 Running the Drive ...............................................................................................IV F 3-17 Operational Command Keys............................................................................IV F 3-17 Running the DC- Drive from the CDP 312 ......................................................IV F 3-17 3.15 Speed Reference Setting for the Drive................................................................IV F 3-18 Chapter 4 - Signals and Troubleshooting 4.1 Display of status, alarm and fault signals ................................................................IV F 4-1 Categories of signals and possibilities of display ...............................................IV F 4-1 4.2 General messages..................................................................................................IV F 4-2 From SDCS-CON-2 board.................................................................................IV F 4-2 From SDCS-AMC-DC board..............................................................................IV F 4-2 4.3 Starting errors (E) [from SDCS-CON-2 board] ........................................................IV F 4-2 4.4 Fault Signals (F)......................................................................................................IV F 4-3 Fault Signals referring to the SDCS-AMC-DC board........................................IV F 4-10 4.5 Alarm Signals (A) ..................................................................................................IV F 4-12 Alarm Signals referring to the SDCS-AMC-DC board ......................................IV F 4-14 vi DCS 600 Operating Instructions Chapter 1 - Introduction DCS 600 Operating Instructions IV F 1 - 1 How to use this manual The purpose of these operating instructions is to provide detailed information on how to start up a thyristor power converter from the DCS 600 series. Note: If it is not mentioned explicitly all details given in these Operating Instructions will be valid for series DCS 600! Contents of this manual Chapter 1 - Introduction It describes how to use this manual and the boundary conditions applying. Chapter 2 - Start-Up Instructions We recommend working your way through the Start-Up Instructions step by step, since in this way you will get to perform all important parameter setting routines. Chapter 3 - How to Handle the Control and Display Panel This chapter describes how to operate the CDP 312 control and display panel. Chapter 4 - Signals and Troubleshooting This chapter describes the available signals and possibilities of dis- play with DCS 600. As far as fault signals are concerned there will be indicated measures (actions) to be taken for troubleshooting. Target group This manual is designed to help those responsible for planning, in- stalling, starting up and servicing the thyristor power converter. These people should possess • basic knowledge of physics and electrical engineering, electrical wiring principles, components and symbols used in electrical en- gineering, and • basic experience with DC drives and products. Associated publications The DCS 600 documentation includes the following: System Descriptions DCS 600 Technical Data DCS Thyristor Power Converters Software Description DCS 600 Service Manual 12-Pulse Manual Installation Manual DCS 600 -              These Operating Instructions Chapter 1 - Introduction IV F 1 - 2 DCS 600 Operating Instructions Incoming inspection After opening this package, you should check whether it contains the following items:  DCS 600 thyristor power converter in the configuration ordered  DCS 600 publications  Accessories, including manuals if ordered  Final test report Check the consignment for any signs of damage. If you find any, please contact the insurance company or the supplier. Check the particulars given on the unit’s rating plate to make sure prior to installation and start-up that you have received the correct unit type and unit version. If the consignment is incomplete or contains any incorrect items, please contact the supplier. CAUTION! The thyristor power converter weighs quite a lot and should therefore not be held by the front cover. Please put the unit down only on its back (sizes C1 to C3). Always use due care when handling the unit, so as to avoid injuries or damage. Storage and transport If the unit had been in storage prior to installation or is transported to another location, care must be taken to ensure that the environ- mental conditions are complied with (see "System Description DCS 600"). Rating plate For purposes of identification, each thyristor power converter is fit- ted with rating plates, stating the type code and the serial number, which serve for each unit’s individual identification. The type code contains information on the characteristics and the configuration of the unit. The first three digits of the serial number refer to the year and week of manufacture. The last digits complete the serial number so as to preclude two units receiving the same type code and the same serial number. The group 4 provides information on the unit’s software configura- tion. The technical data and specifications are valid as of going to press. ABB reserves the right to make subsequent alterations. If you have any questions concerning your drive system, please contact your local ABB agent. Chapter 2 - Start-Up Instructions DCS 600 Operating Instructions IV F 2 - 1 General notes CAUTION: it is absolutely essential that the applicable accident prevention regulations be observed by the user (in this context, please also read the chapter entitled "Safety Instructions")! How this chapter is structured For better understanding the individual steps of start-up work are distinguished by a) frames without any additional marking on the left side:  These steps of start-up work must always be performed (= mandatory start-up work)! Example: 42.06 = Rated line voltage This is used to scale those parameters referring to the line voltage, ..... b) frames with marking on the left side (“columns” shaded in grey):  These steps of start-up work have to be performed only when the condition stated (as heading) applies to the selected drive configuration! After this work has been completed, the mandatory start-up work has to be continued. Example: Set this only for units with a rated current ≥ 2050A in case of control board exchange! 42.07 = Rated power converter current Enter numerical value from rating plate here Recommended motor voltages and field voltages • Motor voltage UA when the following units are used DCS 601: UAmax = Line voltage * 1.16 (2- quadrant unit) DCS 602: UAmax = Line voltage * 1.05 (4- quadrant unit) • Field voltage UF (= max. output voltage) when the following is being used SDCS-FEX-1: UF = Line voltage * 0.9 If there is a divergence of more than 10 % between the field supply unit’s output voltage and the rated field voltage UFrated stated on the motor’s rating plate, then the connecting voltage UN should be reduced, using a matching transformer or a series resistor Rv: Rv = (0.9 * UN - UF) / IF IF = Rated field current (Note: also suitable for fine-balancing the maximum motor voltage) • Field voltage UF when the following is being used SDCS-FEX-2 / DCF 503 / DCF 504: UF = Line voltage * 0.6 ... 0.8 • Field voltage UF when the following is being used DCF 601: UF = Line voltage * 0.5 ... 1.1 Maximally possible output voltage UAmax using DCF 601 / DCF 602: UAmax = Line voltage * 1.35 Chapter 2 - Start-Up Instructions IV F 2 - 2 DCS 600 Operating Instructions Phase sequence when connecting to the mains / Potential isolation No special phase sequence required for the main connections U1, V1 and W1! Phase coordination between electronics section and power section not necessary! For potential isolation and for avoiding ground loops, an isolating transformer should be installed upstream when an oscilloscope is being used. Preventing unintended operating states / Shutting the drive down CAUTION! As laid down in DIN 57100 Part 727 / VDE 0100 Part 727 (Preventing unintended operating states), shutting the drive down by means of the signals at the binary inputs DIx is not sufficient in itself as the sole measure involved for avoiding unintended operating states or shutting the drive down in the event of danger! Range of application for the Start-Up Instructions The Start-Up Instructions are referenced to the parameter settings in their as-delivered condition (default values) and to the unit wiring as shown in the connection diagram (see System description DCS 600). These Operating Instructions only describe the start-up procedure via panel CDP 312 when in LOCAL mode or/and via PC program DRIVES WINDOW. Method of functioning of the binary input DI5 • Binary input DI5; designation EM STOP The binary input DI5, e.g. terminal X6:5 of control board SDCS-CON-2, must be set to logical "1” in order to get no operation of the EMERGENCY STOP function. This configuration takes into account the requirements of a fail-safe-circuit. The incoming signal is inverted by means of the Parameter 13.12 thus setting the internal signal EMERGENCY STOP to logical "0”. If the external signal is "0”,the EMERGENCY STOP function will be active and the alarm signal A 102 will appear. The drive will react in accordance with the setting of Parameter 21.04 EME_STOP_ MODE (presetting is: 1 = STOP WITH RAMP). The ramp time is set by Parame- ter 22.04. After resetting of the signal, i.e. external signal set back to logical "1”, the ON command has to be repeated. Software identification The software identification of the SDCS-CON2 board is in parameter 4.11. The software identification of the SDCS-AMC-DC board is in parameter 4.2. The application identification from ABB Lampertheim is [DCS600xx] in parameter 4.3. Different coded applications are handled and supported from local ABB organizations. Chapter 2 - Start-Up Instructions DCS 600 Operating Instructions IV F 2 - 3 Internal signal connections The software of the units series DCS 600 is divided into two parts which are handled by processors integrated in the respective boards SDCS-CON-2 (Software 15.2xx) and SDCS-AMC-DC (Software 15.6xx). The upload of signals from SDCS-CON-2 to SDCS-AMC-DC board are operated by: • 6 automatic channels • 11 programmable channels, selectable in group 94 (see Software description - chapter 31) The 6 automatic channels are used by the functions: • Display signals at control panel CDP 312 • Monitor signals at DriveWindow Tool • Data Logger at DriveWindow Tool If • more than 6 signals of the SDCS-CON-2 board are selected, or • the function Signals and Parameter of DriveWindow, or • the overriding control (AC 80, AC 70…) is used for monitoring, the signals should be selected in group 94.xx Note: In the below mentioned tables AMC / CON-2 will be used as type designations instead of SDCS-AMC-DC / SDCS-CON-2. • Fixed (defined) values Cyclic transmission is used for fixed values. Fixed values are: Cyclic transmission Parameter Function Cyclic trans- from --> to mission time AMC --> CON-2  Internal Control Word 2 ms AMC --> CON-2  Reserved 2 ms AMC --> CON-2 2.13 Torque reference value 2 ms AMC --> CON-2 5.06 Analogue output 1 2 ms AMC --> CON-2 5.07 Analogue output 2 2 ms AMC --> CON-2  Local reference 3 8 ms Chapter 2 - Start-Up Instructions IV F 2 - 4 DCS 600 Operating Instructions CON-2 --> AMC  Internal Status Word 2 ms CON-2 --> AMC 1.02 Actual speed value 2 ms (speed_act) CON-2 --> AMC 1.08 Actual torque value 2 ms (torque_act) CON-2 --> AMC 5.02 Analogue input 1 4 ms CON-2 --> AMC 5.03 Analogue input 2 4 ms CON-2 --> AMC 5.04 Analogue input 3 4 ms CON-2 --> AMC 5.05 Analogue input 4 4 ms CON-2 --> AMC 5.08 Analogue input 5 4 ms CON-2 --> AMC 5.09 Analogue input 6 4 ms CON-2 --> AMC 2.17 Calculated positive limit 8 ms of torque value (tc_torqmax) CON-2 --> AMC 2.18 Calculated negative limit 8 ms of torque value (tc_torqmin) CON-2 --> AMC 6.05 Packed signals from 8 ms CON-2 (con2_bits) CON-2 --> AMC 8.05 Packed binary inputs 8 ms (di_status_word) Chapter 2 - Start-Up Instructions DCS 600 Operating Instructions IV F 2 - 5 • Programmable values (can be changed for monitoring of other signals) Cyclic transmission time for the first three programmable values is every 2 ms, for all other values every 8 ms: Cyclic transmission Enter pa- Cyclic trans- Default from --> to rameter in mission time AMC --> CON-2 95.01 2 ms 3.11 CURRENT REF AMC --> CON-2 95.02 2 ms 45.01 FLUX REF AMC --> CON-2 95.03 2 ms 45.03 EMF REF AMC --> CON-2 95.04 8 ms 0 AMC --> CON-2 95.05 8 ms 0 AMC --> CON-2 95.06 8 ms 0 AMC --> CON-2 95.07 8 ms 0 AMC --> CON-2 95.08 8 ms 0 AMC --> CON-2 95.09 8 ms 0 AMC --> CON-2 95.10 8 ms 0 AMC --> CON-2 95.11 8 ms 0 AMC --> CON-2 95.12 8 ms 0 AMC --> CON-2 95.13 8 ms 0 CON-2 --> AMC 94.01 2 ms 3.13 ARM ALPHA CON-2 --> AMC 94.02 2 ms 1.15 CONV CUR CON-2 --> AMC 94.03 2 ms 3.12 CUR REF3 CON-2 --> AMC 94.04 8 ms 1.11 RL MAINS VOLT ACT CON-2 --> AMC 94.05 8 ms 1.13 RL ARM VOLT ACT CON-2 --> AMC 94.06 8 ms 1.28 LOAD CUR ACT FILT CON-2 --> AMC 94.07 8 ms 1.17 RL EMF VOLT ACT CON-2 --> AMC 94.08 8 ms 1.24 HEATSINK TEMP CON-2 --> AMC 94.09 8 ms 1.20 MOT1 CALC TEMP CON-2 --> AMC 94.10 8 ms 3.17 FIELD CUR REF M1 CON-2 --> AMC 94.11 8 ms 3.19 REL FIELD CUR M1 For example: Display of actual field current value 3.19 in 8 ms ⇒ 94.11 = 3.19. Then call for display of Parameter 3.19. Chapter 2 - Start-Up Instructions IV F 2 - 6 DCS 600 Operating Instructions Symbols for switching the electronics or the power section ON and OFF El - Switch ON electronics (El) - Switch ON contactor, i.e. the unit will be connected to the supply (POWER ON) Control Panel key: (when in LOCAL mode) El - Switch OFF electronics (El) - Switch OFF contactor, i.e. the unit will be discon- nected from the supply (POWER OFF) Control Panel key: (when in LOCAL mode) Symbols for enabling / disabling the reference - ENABLE reference, i.e. START DRIVE Control Panel key: (when in LOCAL mode) - DISABLE reference, i.e. STOP DRIVE Control Panel key: (when in LOCAL mode) System-dependent planning During normal operation the control commands like SWITCH ON and SWITCH OFF, ENABLE etc. will be preset by APC2 or fieldbus adapter. These Operating Instructions only describe the start-up procedure via panel CDP 312 when in LOCAL mode or/and via PC program DRIVES WINDOW. During the start-up procedure a suitable possibility for safe shutdown (switching OFF) will be required if there is a wrong setting of parameters. In most cases it will not be sufficient to allow an operation of EMERGENCY STOP (EME-STOP) with a ramp function! Symbol for altering parameters Enter at keyboard (with Parameter Mode [PAR]) e.g. 15.05 = 3 Assign the value of 3 to Parameter 15.05 Symbol for displaying parameter values Display Symbol for measuring physical variables Measure Chapter 2 - Start-Up Instructions DCS 600 Operating Instructions IV F 2 - 7 2.1 Preparatory work Check the unit for damage in transit or other damage. Install and wire unit; connect all inputs and outputs required. Proceed in the same way for the field supply unit as well. Check whether protective measures, earthing, screening, etc. have been taken in accordance with the system conditions involved. Check the rated value of the supply voltage for the electronics and the fan: • matching transformer necessary when: - electronics supply is not equal to 115 V/230 V - single-phase-fan supply is not equal to 230 V - three-phase-fan supply is not within the range of 400 V .... 690 V (star/delta connection). Check the rated value of the supply voltage for the armature-circuit converter’s power section; the particulars given on the rating plate must be > than the rated line voltage. If this condition is not satisfied, then the following applies: - use an isolating transformer, or - use a suitable unit. Check the rated value of the supply voltage for the field supply unit. (Particulars on rating plate > rated line voltage? Is an auxiliary transformer or perhaps a series resistor necessary?) Check the wiring, fusing, the cross-sectional areas of the cables. Check the system’s EMERGENCY STOP for proper functioning! Set the system-side monitoring functions, and activate them. Check whether auxiliaries, such as motor fans or unit fans, function properly; while doing this, also check for correct direction of rota- tion and voltage level as well! Chapter 2 - Start-Up Instructions IV F 2 - 8 DCS 600 Operating Instructions 2.2 Scaling intra-unit signals Make sure that the existing electronics supply voltage has been set on the SDCS- POW-1 power supply board as well, using the SW1 switch. If an encoder is being used as the speed feedback device, make sure that the correct supply voltage has been set on the boards SDCS-POW-1: ⇒ X3: / X4: / X5: SDCS-IOB-3: ⇒ S4 El Switch on the power supply to the electronics section. The display of the Control Panel CDP 312 / DRIVES WINDOW may show a fault or an alarm signal or the seven segment display may indicate an error code as a sequence of characters and digits. NOTE: For Software downloading observe the relevant instructions given on the ”read_me” file of the corresponding Software disc! Set this only for units with a rated current 25 ... 2000A in case of control board exchange! 15.02 = 22 After successful saving of the altered data this Parameter 15.02 will be reset to zero. Set this only for units with a rated current ≥ 2050A in case of control board exchange! 42.07 = Rated power converter current Enter numerical value from rating plate here 42.08 = Rated power converter supply voltage / coding of voltage measurement (see technical data 5-12) Enter numerical value from rating plate here 42.09 = 45 degrees Celsius Temperature monitoring of power section 42.10 = C4 ⇒ Size C4 has been selected Coding for unit type 42.11 = 1 : Single bridge (2-Q) converter ⇒ on rating plate: DCS 601 xxxx 4 : Double bridge (4-Q) converter⇒ on rating plate: DCS 602 xxxx Coding for power section (bridge) type CAUTION! Please don't forget! Save the altered data of unit type, i.e. Parameters 42.07 ... 42.11: 15.02 = 22 After successful saving of the altered data this Parameter 15.02 will be reset to zero. Chapter 2 - Start-Up Instructions DCS 600 Operating Instructions IV F 2 - 9 Presetting of the EMERGENCY STOP function via binary input DI5: Connection of this signal has to correspond with the configuration of a fail-safe- circuit, i.e. if the signal applied to DI5 is "0” (parameter 12.16 EME STOP SEL is set to DI5), the EMERGENCY STOP function will operate (will be activated). 13.12 = INVERTED Inverting the incoming signals 21.04 = e.g. COAST STOP The drive will coast to stop with this setting 22.04 = e.g. 1 ⇒ 1 sec Setting of the ramp time with EMERGENCY STOP function provided that the Parameter 21.04 = RAMP STOP has been selected Input of data concerning the connected I/O boards: 98.08 = Make settings which correspond to the hardware configuration used. Input of data is necessary as the software will check the availability of the I/O bords as specified by settings. Input of motor data and line voltage: 41.03 = Rated motor field current Max. field current of the motor as indicated on rating plate. This is used to scale those parameters referring to the motor field current, such as field current limitation and field current monitoring. 42.06 = Rated line voltage This is used to scale those parameters referring to the line voltage, such as line undervoltage. 99.02 = Rated motor voltage Scaling speed for speed control with EMF feedback. 99.03 = Rated motor current This is used to scale those parameters referring to the rated motor current, such as current limitation or torque limitation. 99.05 = Speed at field weakening point Maximum speed of motor within armature control range and flux control. Scaling speed for speed control with EMF feedback. Note: Calculation of the nominal torque 4.22 is based on this parameter. 41.19 = Int EMF REF Reference for voltage control in field weakening range. 50.01 = Speed scaling Speed of the motor to be scaled to 20 000. This scaling is used for overriding control and for internal dataprocessing, i.e. scaling of the speed dependent parameters, such as min. and max. values. Note 1: The Speed scaling must be set in the range of 87%…500% of the mo- tor nominal speed (99.05). Note 2: The Software DRIVES WINDOW and the Control Panel CDP 312 will always display physical units! Chapter 2 - Start-Up Instructions IV F 2 - 10 DCS 600 Operating Instructions 2.3 Presetting the field supply unit Make sure that existing supply voltages for power section, field supply unit (field exciter) and field winding, fan, etc. match the rated data of the components used. Switch ON power. DANGER: System components now energized! Please wait a few moments. During this time, the unit compares the phase sequence set in the parameter with that obtaining at the power section. If the unit outputs the "Phase sequence fault of power section” signal (F 38 PHAS SEQU): - switch off unit completely and disconnect from the mains, interchange two phases at the input, and start again from the beginning of this chapter. or - enter: 42.01 = R-T-S and then acknowledge fault signal. Unit will automatically adapt to phase sequence; this signal is to be interpreted as information to the effect that the fans' direction of rotation may be wrong for size-C3 or size-C4 units (observe direction of arrow on the fan). Only for uncontrolled field supply with SDCS-FEX-1! 15.05 = 1 Check field current and field voltage by measuring them. Switch OFF power!  Continue with Chapter 2.4 Only for controlled field supply with SDCS-FEX-2 or DCF 503/DCF 504! 15.05= 2 41.03 = Rated motor field current has already been set 44.17= Field current for "Under-excitation" signal Check field current and field voltage by measuring them; if necessary, correct field current with 41.03. Chapter 2 - Start-Up Instructions DCS 600 Operating Instructions IV F 2 - 11 15.02 = 5 Activates the field current controller’s auto-tuning function. Action has been completed when ”0” (zero) is shown on the display. Note: use online mode in DriveWindow If the unit aborts the auto-tuning routine with the signal 15.02 = -1, the probable cause of this can be read out of Parameter 6.02 and has to be eliminated as far as possible (supply, switching sequence, field contactor wiring etc.). Afterwards repeat the auto-tuning routine. If necessary, perform manual balancing. Switch OFF power!  Continue with Chapter 2.4 Only for DCS 600 converters connected to DCF 601 or DCF 602 field supply unit 15.05= 2 41.03 = Rated motor field current (first field exciter) has already been set. 44.17= Field current (first field exciter) for "Under-excitation" signal Switch OFF power! Before adjustment of the armature-circuit power converter is continued (Chapters 2.4 etc.), first perform the start-up routine for the DCF 601 or DCF 602 field supply unit. Chapter 2 - Start-Up Instructions IV F 2 - 12 DCS 600 Operating Instructions This steps take place into the DCF 601/602 field supply unit! Make sure the correct wiring between 3-phase Field exciter DCF 601, DCF 602 and the overvoltage protection unit DCF 505, DCF 506 • powercircuit • Digital feedback signal of DCF 506 El Switch ON DCF 601, DCF 602. DANGER: System components now energized! 15.16 = 5 (Field Exc) 99.02 = 02 Rated motor field voltage 99.03 = 03 Rated motor field current (same as in 41.03 of DCS armature converter) 50.03 = 4 43.13 = 4 or higher (Bridge reversal time) 43.06 = 0 28.22 = 500% (disable overvoltage monitoring) Switch ON DCF 601, DCF 602. check field current and field voltage by measuring them Disable reference 15.02= 5 (start autotuning current controller) Activates the field current controller’s auto-tuning function. Action has been completed when ”0” (zero) is shown on the display. Note: use online mode in DriveWindow If the unit aborts the auto-tuning routine with the signal 15.02 = -1, the probable cause of this can be read out of Parameter 6.02 and has to be eliminated as far as possible (supply, switching sequence, field contactor wiring etc.). Afterwards repeat the auto- tuning routine. If necessary, perform manual balancing. Switch OFF power! X16: Field exciter communication see chapter 2.10 - Start-up of the serial communica- tion -part DCS 600 and DCF 600 by FEXlink DCF converter 15.21 = ? DCS converter 15.05 = ? 15.22 = ? 41.03 = ? (for display purpose) 46.07 = ? Note: The field current control parameters of the armature converter (44.02, 44.08, ...) are not used. Chapter 2 - Start-Up Instructions DCS 600 Operating Instructions IV F 2 - 13 2.4 Adjusting the current controller Make sure that static current limitation Bridge 1 (20.12) and Bridge 2 (20.13; with 4Q-unit) have been set to the same value; values of all parameters for current reference limitation must be bigger than 20 %; conditions have been satisfied if default setting has been taken as starting point; setting to maximally required motor current is recommended. Drive must not turn! Do not preset an external reference! 15.02 = 3 Activate the current controller’s auto-tuning function. Start the next two steps within the next 20 seconds! Switch ON power. DANGER: System components now energized! Start drive. When the display shows ”0” (zero) stop drive; it may happen that the unit runs armature-circuit current since EMF control is active. Note: use online mode in DriveWindow Switch OFF power! If the unit aborts the auto-tuning routine with the signal 15.02 = -1, the probable cause of this can be read out of Parameter 6.02 and has to be eliminated as far as possible (supply, switching sequence, field contactor wiring, missing field contactor etc.). Afterwards repeat the auto-tuning routine. If necessary, perform manual balancing. Only if the unit aborts the auto-tuning routine with a fault signal FIELD REMOVAL?! Read out values of: 41.11 = ......... 41.12 = ......... 43.02 = ......... 43.03 = ............ 43.06 = ......... 15.05 = 0 El Switch OFF power supply to the electronics section! Make sure that no field current is flowing, e.g. by removing the supply fuses! El Switch the electronics section’s power supply on again! Chapter 2 - Start-Up Instructions IV F 2 - 14 DCS 600 Operating Instructions Drive must not turn! Do not preset an external reference! 15.02 = 3 Activate the current controller’s auto-tuning function. Start the next two steps within the next 20 seconds! Switch ON power. DANGER: System components now energized! Start drive. When the display shows ”0” (zero) stop drive; it may happen that the unit runs armature-circuit current since EMF control is active. If the unit aborts the auto-tuning routine with the signal 15.02 = -1, the probable cause of this can be read out of Parameter 6.02 and has to be eliminated as far as possible (supply, switching sequence etc.). Afterwards repeat the auto-tuning routine. If necessary, perform manual balancing. Switch OFF power! Read out values of: 41.11 = ......... 41.12 = ......... 43.02 = ......... 43.03 = ............ 43.06 = ......... Use values of 41.11 and 43.06 from the first auto-tuning routine. Re-activate the field unit used by entering: a) 15.05 = 1 or b) 15.05 = 2 and install the supply fuses removed before! Chapter 2 - Start-Up Instructions DCS 600 Operating Instructions IV F 2 - 15 2.5 Speed feedback balancing Activate EMF speed feedback: 50.03 = CALC BY EMF Select no field weakening mode: 15.06 = FIX 50.01 = Desired speed / or motor rating plate Scale speed control circuit to maximum speed. Switch ON power. DANGER: System components now energized! Start drive. Increase reference value in LOCAL mode to 10 % of the maximum speed. Drive should run up to 10 % of the rated voltage. Continue with one of the following sections: • Only when an analog tacho is being used! • Only when an encoder (pulse encoder) is being used! • Only when the EMF signal is being used as speed feedback! Only when an analog tacho is being used! Connect measuring instrument: - to X3: 1... 3 or X1: 1... 3 + to X3: 4 or X1: 4 Check to make sure that the tacho voltage does not exceed the input voltage range selected with maximum speed. Turn Potentiometer R2716 [on SDCS-CON-2 board] or R9 [on PS5311 board; if SDCS-IOB-3 board is used with PS5311] to minimum (left-hand stop).The measured value must have a positive sign; if necessary interchange tacho cables. Stop the drive and switch OFF power! 50.03 = ANALOGUE TAC Analog tacho is used for speed control. Switch ON power. DANGER: System components now energized! Chapter 2 - Start-Up Instructions IV F 2 - 16 DCS 600 Operating Instructions Start drive. Increase reference value in LOCAL mode to 10 % of the maximum speed. Drive should run up to 10 % of the rated voltage. Use Potentiometer R2716 [on SDCS-CON-2 board] or R9 [on PS5311 board] to set the tacho voltage to 10 % of the maximum tacho voltage. Stop the drive and switch OFF power! Only when an encoder (pulse encoder) is being used! 3.07 = Content of pulse counter *) If the shape of the curve corresponds to the diagram below, this means the wiring is correct and the pulses will be correctly evaluated [see also documentation entitled “Technical Data”, Chapter I/O boards]. *) This Parameter must be transmitted from the SDCS-CON-2 board to the SDCS-AMC-DC board! Fig.: Curve shape of the encoder’s pulse counter for sense of rotation "forwards” Switch OFF power, thus stopping the drive; drive coasts. 50.04 = Number of encoder pulses As specified on the encoder’s rating plate 50.03 = CON- ENCODER The encoder connected to the SDCS-CON-2 board is used for speed control. Switch ON power. DANGER: System components now energized! Start drive. Increase reference value in LOCAL mode to 10 % of the maximum speed. Chapter 2 - Start-Up Instructions DCS 600 Operating Instructions IV F 2 - 17 Drive should run at 10 % of the desired speed; if possible, check with manual tacho. Stop the drive and switch OFF power! Only when the EMF signal is being used as speed feedback! Drive should run at 10 % of the desired speed; if possible, check with manual tacho. Stop the drive and switch OFF power! Chapter 2 - Start-Up Instructions IV F 2 - 18 DCS 600 Operating Instructions 2.6 Balancing the field supply unit and the EMF controller When matching the field supply unit to the system conditions, differences in the proce- dures must be taken into account; these different procedures result from the operating mode used. Only the work of that section has to be performed which deals with the operating mode actually used in your system! Constant field current control ⇒ Section 2.6.1 Field weakening control with setting range smaller than 1 : 1.5 ⇒ Section 2.6.2 Field weakening control with setting range larger than 1 : 1.5 ⇒ Section 2.6.3 2.6.1 Constant field current control Switch ON power. DANGER: System components now energized! Start drive. Measure motor voltage with the ARM_VOLT_ACT signal, Parameter 1.14 *). Increase speed reference value in LOCAL mode slowly while observing the motor voltage. The motor voltage must not exceed the recommended motor voltage; see General notes at the beginning of this chapter. *) This Parameter must be transmitted from the SDCS-CON-2 board to the SDCS-AMC-DC board! Measure speed with manual tacho; check rated speed when an analog tacho is being used; if necessary, correct with Potentiometer R2716 [on SDCS-CON-2 board] or R9 [on PS5311 board]. Stop the drive and switch OFF power!  Continue with Chapter 2.7 Chapter 2 - Start-Up Instructions DCS 600 Operating Instructions IV F 2 - 19 2.6.2 Field weakening control with setting range < 1 : 1.5 CAUTION: Not permitted when Chapter 2.5 was quit with EMF control! 15.06 = EMF CON Field weakening function activated 99.05 = Speed at field weakening point according to motor rating plate 41.19 = ? reference armature voltage scaled to Supply voltage Switch ON power. DANGER: System components now energized! Start drive. Measure motor voltage with the ARM_VOLT_ACT signal, Parameter 1.14 *). Increase speed reference value in LOCAL mode slowly while observing the motor voltage. The motor voltage must not exceed the recommended motor voltage; see General notes at the beginning of this chapter. Check that field is being weakened. Do not exceed the maximum motor speed permitted. When an analog tacho is being used, the display at the CDP 312 panel is not yet necessarily correct. The motor voltage must not exceed the recommended motor voltage; see General notes at the beginning of this chapter. If the field is not being properly weakened, or not being weakened at all, perform the work of section "Field weakening control with setting range larger than 1 : 1.5” ! *) This Parameter must be transmitted from the SDCS-CON-2 board to the SDCS-AMC-DC board! Measure speed with manual tacho; check rated speed when an analog tacho is being used; if necessary, correct with Potentiometer R2716 [on SDCS-CON-2 board] or R9 [on PS5311 board]. Stop the drive and switch OFF power! Chapter 2 - Start-Up Instructions IV F 2 - 20 DCS 600 Operating Instructions 2.6.3 Field weakening control with setting range > 1 : 1.5 CAUTION: Not permitted when Chapter 2.5 was quit with EMF control! 15.06 = EMF CON Field weakening function activated. 46.01 = 0 46.02 = 0 EMF controller switched off by limitation. 46.07 = EXT REF Links up the Parameter 45.01 as the flux reference value; this will only be possible, if there is still no connection to an APC. 45.01 = 100 % (in the PC program DRIVES WINDOW = 99.98 %) Flux reference value set to 100 % The next steps serve to determine the motor’s field characteristic. For this purpose, the reference setting in ”LOCAL” mode is used to adjust a speed n which is within the motor's basic speed range and can be easily converted into 90 %, 70 % and 40 %. Example: if n is selected so as to produce a motor voltage of 300 V, then 90 % will correspond to 270 V, 70 % to 210 V and 40 % to 120 V. For determination of the motor's field characteristic the actual values EMF_V (Parameter 1.17) and FIELD1 CUR_ACT (Parameter 3.19) will be required. Both values have to be set by means of the Control Panel in ”ACT” (Actual Signal Display) mode and must be transmitted from the SDCS-CON-2 board to the SDCS- AMC-DC board. The Parameter 94.11 already includes Parameter 3.19 as default setting, i.e. only the value of Parameter 1.17 has to be set to e.g. 94.01 = 117: 94.01 = 117 (only required, if the values are to be displayed on DRIVES WINDOW!). Switch ON power. DANGER: System components now energized! Start drive. Increase speed reference value in LOCAL mode until the Parameter 1.17 will show a value of 100 % for RL EMF VOLT ACT (⇒ 300 V in the example) as desired in the aforementioned steps. 45.01 = decrease so that RL EMF VOLT ACT (1.17) is 90 %. Flux and thus the field current as well are reduced. How to proceed using the Control Panel: 1. decrease 45.01 (in steps of 5 at a time) 2. press ACT, read off Parameter 1.17 3. press PAR and correct 45.01 if necessary (then continue with 2.) Read out and note down value of: 3.19 = ......... % (value for 41.16; will later be entered) FLUX CONTROL MOTOR NOM SPEED 99.05 MOTOR SPEED 1.02 FLUX REF FLD WEAK FLUX REF 45.01 3.14 45.02 flux/emf ref sel = EXT REF OR 46.07 flux ref sel = EXT REF MAXIMUM FLUX 45.07 Chapter 2 - Start-Up Instructions DCS 600 Operating Instructions IV F 2 - 21 45.01 = decrease so that RL EMF VOLT ACT (1.17) is 70%. Flux and thus the field current as well are reduced. Proceed as described in (1. / 2. / 3.) above! Read out and note down value of: 3.19 = ......... % (value for 41.15; will later be entered) 45.01 = decrease so that RL EMF VOLT ACT (1.17) is 40%. Flux and thus the field current as well are reduced. Proceed as described in (1. / 2. / 3.) above! Read out and note down value of: 3.19 = ......... % (value for 41.14; will later be entered) Stop the drive and switch OFF power! 45.01 = 100 % 46.01 = 10 46.02 = - 99 46.07 = SEL REF As-delivered values (default values) for all 4 parameters restored. 41.19 = ? reference armature voltage scaled to Supply voltage 41.16 = enter the 1st noted down value of 3.19 41.15 = enter the 2nd noted down value of 3.19 41.14 = enter the 3rd noted down value of 3.19 Linearization function matched to field circuit. 99.02 = 90 % of the rated motor voltage. 99.05 = 90 % of the value on the motor rating plate. These settings provide a bigger safety margin for the motor voltage during start-up. Only if analog tacho is used as speed feedback! Switch ON power; start drive. DANGER: System components now energized! Increase the reference value in LOCAL mode slowly up to maximum speed. Check motor voltage; if value has been set with 99.02, motor voltage must remain constant, or must not exceed this value. Measure speed with manual tacho; balance maximum speed with Potentiometer R2716 [on SDCS-CON-2 board] or R9 [on PS5311 board]. Stop the drive and switch OFF power! Chapter 2 - Start-Up Instructions IV F 2 - 22 DCS 600 Operating Instructions 2.7 Balancing the speed controller, plus fine-balancing the EMF The balancing procedure indicated below assumes that the coupled load will with- stand speed jumps. If this is not allowed for the load, a different setting of the listed parameters will be required. Reference values switching over between the internal potentiometers POT1 and POT2 (Parameters 17.01 and 17.02) will be used for balancing the controllers. Parameter PERIOD 17.03 defines the period of switch-over; value 1 corresponds to 10 msec. 15.02 = 9 Switch-over of reference value for the speed controller, also suitable for the EMF controller. 17.04 = SQWAVE Selection of the reference value switching over between POT1 and POT2. 22.01 = 0,1 s Ramp-up time of ramp-function generator 22.02 = 0,1 s Ramp-down time of ramp-function generator Adjusting the potentiometers for speed controller balancing: During acceleration/ braking, the drive should reach the current limitation, if necessary increase the value of POT1. Scaling of 17.01 and 17.02 ⇒ 20 000 corresponds to 100 % speed. 17.01 (POT1) = 10%...20% max. speed 17.02 (POT2) = 0 17.03 (PERIOD) = Adapt as necessary. Switch ON power; start drive. DANGER: System components now energized! Drive should run at speed values corresponding to POT1 and “0”. For assessing control quality, the figure below can be used. Oscillograph speed feedback via D/A output, or if one is to hand, use program DRIVES WINDOW to depict it via the Monitor menu and Parameter 1.04. t A B C D E F Fig.: Transient response of controller A: reference value jump B: undercompensated; reset time and P-gain too small C: undercompensated; P-gain too small D: normal E: slightly overcompensated; when a higher dynamic response is required F: overcompensated; short reset time and a high P-gain Chapter 2 - Start-Up Instructions DCS 600 Operating Instructions IV F 2 - 23 EMF CONTROLLER 46.03EMF CON KP 46.04EMF CON KI V REF 13.24 46.12 V REF SLOPE 46.05 EMF CON BLOCK LEV 46.10V COR 46.11V STEP 46.13V LIM P 46.14V LIM N V ref Modification V REF 23.25 VOLT ACTUAL 3.23 For this purpose, the following parameters at the speed controller must be adapted: 24.03 (KPS) = desired response (behaviour) of controller 24.09 (TIS) = desired response (behaviour) of controller Only when fine-balancing of the EMF controller is wanted! (Necessary when work as per section 2.6.3. has been performed) For assessing control quality, the Fig. entitled "Transient response of controller" ( ⇒ beginning of this chapter) can be used. 41.19 = ? reference armature voltage scaled to Supply voltage - If fine-balancing of the EMF controller is wanted, potentiometers’ settings must be adapted: 17.01 (POT1) approx. 10 % bigger than speed at field weakening point 17.02 (POT2) approx. 10% smaller than speed at field weakening point The following parameters at the EMF controller must be adapted: 46.03 (EMF_KP) = desired response (behaviour) of controller 46.04 (EMF_KI) = desired response (behaviour) of controller. Stop the drive and switch OFF power! 15.02 = 0 17.01 = 0 17.02 = 0 99.02 = Rated motor voltage as set in Chapter 2.2 99.05 = Speed at rated motor voltage as set in Chapter 2.2. 2.8 Matching the thyristor power converter unit to the system conditions concerned - Ramp function generator - Binary inputs and outputs - Limit-value messages - Additional functions - Link up APC or Fieldbus 2.9 Manual balancing of the controllers Balancing of the controllers for the armature-circuit current and the field current can be performed by auto-tuning. If this is not possible for some reason, balancing of these con- trollers as well as balancing of the controllers for speed and EMF has to be performed by the skilled technical start-up personnel. See also the separate Software Description DCS 600, chapter ”Manual Tuning”. Chapter 2 - Start-Up Instructions IV F 2 - 24 DCS 600 Operating Instructions 2.10 Start-Up of the serial communication DCS 600 and APC Hardware DCS 600 SDCS-AMC-DC board APC YPQ112B board Cable length 0.2 ... 20 m plastic optical fibre Configuration YPQ112 first board channel 1 Drive No 1 ... channel 4 Drive No 4 second board channel 1 Drive No 5 ... channel 4 Drive No 8 Associated publications DCS 600 Technical Data 3ADW000054R0301 ABB Lampertheim Software Description 3ADW000076R0401 ABB Lampertheim Database GLOBAL\DEIND\DEIND051.NSF APC FCB function block 3AFY61281240 ABB Helsinki YPQ 112 3AFY63982806 ABB Helsinki Database GLOBAL\FIDRI\FIDRI002.NSF Software settings DCS 600 Parameter 98.02 = 3 (ADVANT) 70.01 = 1 (fixed) 99.10 = Drive No (see above) 70.02 = Optical power/ cable length (use default) 70.20 = 10 71.21 = Star Default connected Main control word (data set 10/1) parameters Speed reference (data set 10/2) Main status word (data set 11/1) Motor speed (data set 11/2) For additional p. see SW Descr. chap. ”Communication” APC Node Type APC2.2/1 Station 0,0 DB element ACS01, ACS02, ACS03 TypeYPQ112A up to four drives YPQ112B more than four drives Drtype = ACS600 MultiDrive (high performance) ACS600 SingleDrive (low performance) FB ACSRX1 Control word 7.01 = bit10 = 1 (send to drive) Example for switch-on sequence Send to control word 7.01 0476H (ON = 0; READY, if there is no failure) 0477H (main contactor ON) 047FH (RELEASE for speed and current control) Note: Before receiving the first dataset the drive sets the CH 0 alarm status Chapter 2 - Start-Up Instructions DCS 600 Operating Instructions IV F 2 - 25 DCS 600 and AC 70 (PM 810) Hardware DCS 600 SDCS-AMC-DC board AC 70 TB810 board Software release 1.1/1 or later Cable length 0.2 ... 20 m plastic optical fibre Transmission speed 4Mb Ring configuration up to 12 drives Star configuration (NDBU95) up to 9 drives Associated publications DCS 600 Technical Data 3ADW000054R0301 ABB Lampertheim Software Description 3ADW000076R0401 ABB Lampertheim Database GLOBAL\DEIND\DEIND051.NSF AC 70 Functional unit part 9 DRICONE 3BSE 013947R0001 ABB Sweden ADVANT Controller 70 3BUR 000874R0201 ABB Sweden Data base element Advant c. 70 3BSE 009456R0101 ABB Sweden PC elements Advant controller 703BSE 009177R0101 ABB Sweden Software settings DCS 600 Parameter 98.02 = 3 (ADVANT) 70.01 = Drive Number 70.02 = Optical power/cable length (use default) 70.20 = 10 71.21 = Star or Ring Connected parameters Main control word (data set 10/1) Speed reference (data set 10/2) Main status word (data set 11/1) Motor speed (data set 11/2) For additional p. see SW Descr. chap. ”Communication” AC 70 Node Type AC 70 DB element DRIENG1 Type = Customer string Ref1 = DRDS 1 Position = Drive Number 101 ... 112 = 17 ... 28 201 ... 212 = 33 ... 44 ... = ... 701 ... 712 = 113 ... 124 DRIDS for sending and receiving one Dataset to/from Drive WR_ENA = 1 (use ”move element”) ACT = 1 (use ”move element”) DS_No = start with ten for the first dataset to be sent O-terminals intended for data received from drive I-terminals intended for data sent to drive Control word (send to drive) 7.01 = bit10 = 1 Example for switch-on sequence Send to control word 7.01 0476H (ON = 0; READY, if there is no failure) 0477H (main contactor ON) 047FH (RELEASE for speed and current control) Note: Before receiving the first dataset the drive sets the CH 0 alarm status Chapter 2 - Start-Up Instructions IV F 2 - 26 DCS 600 Operating Instructions DCS 600 and AC 80 Module bus Hardware DCS 600 SDCS-AMC-DC board AC 80 TB810 board Cable length 0.2 ... 20 m plastic optical fibre Transmission speed 4Mb Ring configuration up to 12 drives Star configuration (NDBU95) up to 9 drives Associated publications DCS 600 Technical Data 3ADW000054R0301 ABB Lampertheim Software Description 3ADW000076R0401 ABB Lampertheim Database GLOBAL\DEIND\DEIND051.NSF AC 80 AC 80 User manual 3BFE 64116487 AC 80 Reference manual 3BFE 64021737 Data base GLOBAL\FIDRI\FIDRI002.NSF Software settings DCS 600 Parameter 98.02 = 3 (ADVANT) 70.01 = Drive Number 70.02 = Optical power/cable length (use default) 70.20 = 10 71.21 = Star or Ring Connected parameters Main control word (data set 10/1) Speed reference (data set 10/2) Main status word (data set 11/1) Motor speed (data set 11/2) For additional p. see SW Descr. chap. ”Communication” AC 80 Node Type AC 80 DB element DRIENG1 Type = Customer string Ref1 = DRIDS 1 Position = Drive Number 101 ... 112 = 17 ... 28 201 ... 212 = 33 ... 44 ... = ... 701 ... 712 = 113 ... 124 DRIDS for sending and receiving one Dataset to/from Drive WR_ENA = 1 (use ”move element”) ACT = 1 (use ”move element”) DS_No = start with ten for the first dataset to be sent O-terminals intended for data received from drive I-terminals intended for data sent to drive Control word (send to drive) 7.01 = bit10 = 1 Example for switch-on sequence Send to control word 7.01 0476H (ON = 0; READY, if there is no failure) 0477H (main contactor ON) 047FH (RELEASE for speed and current control) Note: Before receiving the first dataset the drive sets the CH 0 alarm status Chapter 2 - Start-Up Instructions DCS 600 Operating Instructions IV F 2 - 27 DCS 600 and AC 80 Drive bus Hardware DCS 600 SDCS-AMC-DC board AC 80 Drive bus Cable length 0.2 ... 20 m plastic optical fibre Transmission speed 4Mb Star configuration (NDBU95) up to 12 drives - select Drive bus mode Associated publications DCS 600 Technical Data 3ADW000054R0301 ABB Lampertheim Software Description 3ADW000076R0401 ABB Lampertheim Database GLOBAL\DEIND\DEIND051.NSF AC 80 AC 80 User manual 3BFE 64116487 AC 80 Reference manual 3BFE 64021737 Data base GLOBAL\FIDRI\FIDRI002.NSF Software settings DCS 600 Parameter 98.02 = 3 (ADVANT) 70.01 = Drive Number 70.02 = Optical power/cable length (use default) 70.20 = 10 71.21 = Star Connected parameters Main control word (data set 10/1) Speed reference (data set 10/2) Main status word (data set 11/1) Motor speed (data set 11/2) For additional p. see SW Descr. chap. ”Communication” AC 80 Node Type AC 80 DB element DRB00 DRTYP1 = AMC Classic for AMC DC DRTYP1 = NAMC 2 for AMC DC Drive Bus PC element ACSRX DRNR = Drive number EN = 1 CNTRL = 1 DS1 = Data set number WR = 1 Maximum two data sets in one ACSRX block AMC DC Example for switch-on sequence Send to control word 7.01 0476H (ON = 0; READY, if there is no failure) 0477H (main contactor ON) 047FH (RELEASE for speed and current control) Note: Before receiving the first dataset the drive sets the CH 0 alarm status Chapter 2 - Start-Up Instructions IV F 2 - 28 DCS 600 Operating Instructions DCS 600 and FCI (CI 810) / AC 400 Hardware DCS 600 SDCS-AMC-DC board FCI/AC 400 TB810 board Software release 1.3 or later Cable length 0.2 ... 20 m plastic optical fibre Transmission speed 4Mb Ring configuration up to 12 drives Star configuration (NDBU95) up to 9 drives Associated publications DCS 600 Technical Data 3ADW000054R0301 ABB Lampertheim Software Description 3ADW000076R0401 ABB Lampertheim Database GLOBAL\DEIND\DEIND051.NSF FCI Functional unit part 9 DRICONE 3BSE 013947R0001 ABB Sweden FCB Type circuits Drives Objects 3BSE 013131R0201 ABB Sweden Drives FCB type circuits 3BSE013855R0001 ABB Sweden Adva command Drives integration 3BSE012859R0001 ABB Sweden NOTE: Load the option ”Drive Integration”, if the operation station is installed! Software settings DCS 600 Parameter 98.02 = 3 (ADVANT) 70.01 = Drive Number 70.02 = Optical power/cable length (use default) 70.20 = 10 71.21 = Star or Ring Connected parameters Main control word (data set 10/1) Speed reference (data set 10/2) Main status word (data set 11/1) Motor speed (data set 11/2) For additional p. see SW Descr. chap. ”Communication” FCI Node Type AC 400 DB element DRIENG1 Type = Customer string Station = Switch at FCI Postion = Drive Number FB DRI-S For sending data sets (10,12,14...) DRI-R For receiving data set (11,13,15...) [start with ten for the first dataset to be sent] Control word 7.01 = bit10 = 1 (send to drive) Example for switch-on sequence Send to control word 7.01 0476H (ON = 0; READY, if there is no failure) 0477H (main contactor ON) 047FH (RELEASE for speed and current control) Note: Before receiving the first dataset the drive sets the CH 0 alarm status Chapter 2 - Start-Up Instructions DCS 600 Operating Instructions IV F 2 - 29 DCS 600 and Profibus Hardware DCS 600 SDCS-AMC-DC Classic board NPBA02 Software V2.2 Cable length 0.2 ... 10 m plastic optical fibre Associated publications DCS 600 Technical Data 3ADW000054R0301 ABB Lampertheim Software Description 3ADW000076R0401 ABB Lampertheim DC Converter Fieldbus 3ADW000097R0101 ABB Lampertheim (not on database) Database GLOBAL\DEIND\DEIND051.NSF Profibus NPBA 3AFY58995789R0125 ABB Helsinki Database GLOBAL\FIDRI\FIDRI002.NSF Software settings DCS 600 Parameter 98.02 = 2 (FIELDBUS) 70.01 = 1 70.02 = Optical power/cable length (use default) 70.20 = 1 Default connected Main control word (data set 1/1) parameters Speed reference (data set 1/2) Main status word (data set 2/1) Motor speed (data set 2/2) Drive Parameter Fieldbus Par. No. Parameter Name Select 51.01 1 MODULE TYPE PROFIBUS 51.02 2 PROFIBUS MODE DP-PPO1 or DP-PPO2 51.03 3 DRIVE NUMBER 2 to 126 51.04 4 BIT RATE SELECT PROFIBUS 9.6, 19.2, 93.75, 187.5, 500 KBIT; 1.5 MBIT; AUTO 51.05 5 DATA SET PAIRS 4 {1, 3, 5, 7 sent to drive} {2, 4, 6, 8 received from drive} 51.06 6 DATA SET OFFSET 0 51.07 7 CUT-OFF TIMEOUT 0 to 255 51.08 8 COM PROFILE 0 Note: After change of Parameters Group 51 switch OFF and ON the DCS 600 and the Fieldbus adapter! To be continued! = Self-adjustment while switching on Chapter 2 - Start-Up Instructions IV F 2 - 30 DCS 600 Operating Instructions DCS 600 and Profibus: Software settings (continued) Profibus Control word 7.01 = bit10 = 1 (send to drive) Example for switch-on sequence Send to control word 7.01 0476H (ON = 0; READY, if there is no failure) 0477H (main contactor ON) 047FH (RELEASE for speed and current control) Note: Before receiving the first dataset the drive sets the CH 0 alarm status Note: Before sending a dataset to the drive the PLC Siemens S 7 requires a data update of the complete dataset ( ⇒ Data consistency check). Chapter 2 - Start-Up Instructions DCS 600 Operating Instructions IV F 2 - 31 DCS 600 and Modbus PLUS Hardware DCS 600 SDCS-AMC-DC classic board NMBP-01 Software 1.3 Cable length 0.2 ... 10 m plastic optical fibre Associated publications DCS 600 Technical Data 3ADW000054R0301 ABB Lampertheim Software Description 3ADW000076R0401 ABB Lampertheim DC Converter Fieldbus 3ADW000097R0101 ABB Lampertheim (not on database) Database GLOBAL\DEIND\DEIND051.NSF Modbus NMBP-01 3AFY58919802R0125RevB ABB Helsinki PLUS Database GLOBAL\FIDRI\FIDRI002.NSF Software settings DCS 600 Parameter 98.02 = 2 (FIELDBUS) 70.01 = 1 70.02 = Optical power/cable length (use default) 70.20 = 1 Default connected Main control word (data set 1/1) parameters Speed reference (data set 1/2) Main status word (data set 2/1) Motor speed (data set 2/2) Drive Parameter Fieldbus Par. No. Parameter Name Select 51.01 1 MODULE TYPE MODBUS PLUS 51.02 2 MODULE MODE 0 51.03 3 DRIVE NUMBER 2 to 64 51.04 4 GOOD MESSAGES 0 to 32767 51.05 5 BAD MESSAGES 0 to 32767 51.06 6 GLOBAL DATA OUT 1 1 51.07 7 GLOBAL DATA OUT 2 0 to 6 51.08 8 GLOBAL DATA OUT 3 0 to 6 51.09 9 GDATA IN 1STATION 1 to 64 PLC station No. 51.10 10 GDATA IN 1WORD 1 = Self-adjustment while switching on To be continued! Chapter 2 - Start-Up Instructions IV F 2 - 32 DCS 600 Operating Instructions DCS 600 and Modbus PLUS: Software settings (continued) Drive Parameter Fieldbus Par. No. Parameter Name Select 51.11 11 GDATA IN 2STATION 0 to 64 51.12 12 GDATA IN 2WORD 0 to 31 51.13 13 GDATA IN 3STATION 0 to 64 51.14 14 GDATA IN 3WORD 0 to 31 = Self-adjustment while switching on Note: After change of Parameters Group 51 switch OFF and ON the DCS 600 and the Fieldbus adapter! Modbus Control word 7.01 = bit10 = 1 PLUS (send to drive) Example for switch-on sequence Send to control word 7.01 0476H (ON = 0; READY, if there is no failure) 0477H (main contactor ON) 047FH (RELEASE for speed and current control) Note: Before receiving the first dataset the drive sets the CH 0 alarm status Chapter 2 - Start-Up Instructions DCS 600 Operating Instructions IV F 2 - 33 DCS 600 and CS 31 Hardware DCS 600 SDCS-AMC-DC Classic board NCSA Software V1.5 Cable length 0.2 ... 10 m plastic optical fibre Associated publications DCS 600 Technical Data 3ADW000054R0301 ABB Lampertheim Software Description 3ADW000076R0401 ABB Lampertheim DC Converter Fieldbus 3ADW000097R0101 ABB Lampertheim (not on database) Database GLOBAL\DEIND\DEIND051.NSF CS 31 NCSA-01 3ADW000043R0201 ABB Lampertheim Software settings DCS 600 Parameter 98.02 = 2 (FIELDBUS) 70.01 = 1 70.02 = Optical power/cable length (use default) 70.20 = 1 Default connected Main control word (data set 1/1) parameters Speed reference (data set 1/2) Main status word (data set 2/1) Motor speed (data set 2/2) Drive Parameter Fieldbus Par. No. Parameter Name Select 51.01 1 MODULE TYPE NCSA-01 V1.5 51.02 2 PROTOCOL ABB CS31 51.03 3 MODULU ID 0:WORD 51.04 4 DRIVE NUMBER 0…5 Station No. 51.05 5 ADDR WDEX 0:LOWER 51.06 6 DATA SETS 1…3 sent + receive 51.07 7 DATA SET1 CONST 1 (1 =^ 6ms) 51.08 8 DATA SET2 CONST 1 (1 =^ 6ms) 51.09 9 DATA SET3 CONST 1 (1 =^ 6ms) 51.10 10 DATA SET OFSET 1 = Self-adjustment while switching on Note: After change of Parameters Group 51 switch OFF and ON the DCS 600 and the Fieldbus adapter! Notice: Software bug V1.5: Only one adapter in CS 31 network is too fast for drive communica- tion! Chapter 2 - Start-Up Instructions IV F 2 - 34 DCS 600 Operating Instructions DCS 600 and DCF 600 by FEXlink Hardware DCS 600 SDCS-AMC-DC or AMC-DC Classic board DCF 601/ SDCS-AMC-DC or AMC-DC Classic board DCF 602 Configuration For first field exciter DCS 600 without SDCS-FEX-1 / SDCS-FEX-2 DCF 600 connection by FEXlink (X16) Maincontactor of DCF 600 controlled by armature converter (FEXlink X16) DCF 600 DI1 = H ⇒ connected to 48V DI2 = H ⇒ connected to DCF 506 Associated publications DCS 600 Technical Data 3ADW000054R0301 ABB Lampertheim Software Description 3ADW000076R0401 ABB Lampertheim Database GLOBAL\DEIND\DEIND051.NSF Software settings DCS 600 Parameter 41.03 = Rated field current (only used for display) DCF 601/ Parameter 15.16 = 5 operation mode DCF 602 Parameter 15.21 = 1 Node = First field exciter Parameter 15.22 = 2 FEXlink command Parameter 46.07 = 3 FEXLINK Parameter 43.13 = 4 or higher Parameter 99.03 = Rated field current of the motor Note: Resetting of DCF 600 with FEXlink control (X16) is performed by switching OFF (DISABLE reference) and ON (ENABLE reference) again: Control Panel key ⇒ Control Panel key (when in LOCAL mode) (when in LOCAL mode) Chapter 3 - Handling of Control Panel CDP 312 DCS 600 Operating Instructions IV F 3 - 1 3.1 Overview The Control and Display Panel CDP 312 [Control Panel] is used for parameter setting, for display of actual values and for drive control in ”LOCAL” mode with series DCS 600 thyristor power converters. This Control Panel is equipped with 16 keys and a LC display featuring 4 lines with 20 signs per line. Panel Link An electrical cable or an adapter serves to connect the CDP 312 Control Panel with the RS485 interface X33 or X34 situated on the control board SDCS-CON-2 of the DCS 600 thyristor power converter. Via this connection the Control Panel will receive all information directly from the SDCS-AMC-DC board. The bus protocol for transmission is MODBUS. Mounting the Panel The CDP 312 can be handled in three different ways: • Direct mounting on the thyristor power converter DCS 600; the CDP 312 is plugged into the moulded part of the cover of the converter and connected via an adapter of approx. 45 mm. • Mounting on the door of the switchgear cabinet using an as- sembly kit equipped with a connection cable. • Use of the Control Panel as remote control device with a connection cable; recommended for start-up procedure. Languages for Panel Display The language for display of texts on the CDP 312 Control Panel is English. Note: General display texts like LAST FAULT, UPLOAD, DOWNLOAD etc. are stored in the CDP 312 Control Panel; display texts like Parameter Names, Faults etc. are taken from the Software used with DCS 600. Chapter 3 - Handling of Control Panel CDP 312 IV F 3 - 2 DCS 600 Operating Instructions 3.2 Start Mode Note: The CDP 312 can be connected to the drive without discon- necting the auxiliary power! When the CDP 312 is connected and power is applied to the elec- tronics, the display will show: 1. Name and Software version of the Control Panel; an increasing number of points (row) in the lower line will show, that data from the Software used with DCS 600 are loaded. If this row is repeated permanently, it will not be possible to load data as (for example) there is no correct running of the Software or the SDCS-AMC-DC board is missing.     2. ID number and number of drives connected to the link.     3. Afterwards the display will change over to the Actual Signal Display Mode. Now the selected values are shown here. 4. If a fault or alarm is effective, the corresponding (signal) display will appear after item 3. The following message is displayed if the CDP 312 is not able to communicate with the drive:          The CDP is not active for 10 s  The drive is not active for 10 s  No data set received for 2 s Bus administrator is offline • The drive is not present on the link. This is the case if the drive stops communicating. • The link does not operate because of a hardware malfunction or a cabling fault. Action: Disconnect the CDP 312 and connect it again to the drive. Hereby the CDP 312 will be forced to the Start Mode once again! Chapter 3 - Handling of Control Panel CDP 312 DCS 600 Operating Instructions IV F 3 - 3 3.3 Panel Functions The CDP 312 has four different keypad (operation) modes: • Actual Signal Display Mode (ACT) • Parameter Mode (PAR) • Function Mode (FUNC) • Drive Mode (DRIVE) for further extensions Actual Signal Display Mode ACT This keypad mode will show, depending on the drive´s history: • Actual Signals • Faults • Fault History Logger If the ACT-key is pressed immediately after initialization the follow- ing display is shown. If no panel-key of the CDP 312 is touched within one minute the Actual Signal Display will appear automati- cally, except when ”Status Display” or ”Speed Reference Setting” is active. (see chapter 3.13 and 3.15)   !  !    " Run Status I = RUN 0 = STOP Speed reference rpm Main contactor status 0 = Open I = Closed Control Location L = Local = Remote ID-number of the Drive Statusrow Actual Signal Name, value and unit #Cursor shows the selected row Actual Signal Display LED bar (NLMD) first row also used for LED bar 0 50 If a fault occurs in the drive, the Fault Display will appear automati- cally. This will happen with all other modes as well, except the Drive Mode is active. Fault Display   !     $  Type of fault or alarm To select Fault History Display see chapter 3.8 . Fault History Display Fault or alarm name 1 = last fault 2 = second last fault Total time after the power up   !        %&  Note: For correct display of the LED bar select always 1.26 to the first row of CDP 312 (default) and select desired signal at 18.01. Chapter 3 - Handling of Control Panel CDP 312 IV F 3 - 4 DCS 600 Operating Instructions Parameter Mode PAR The Parameter Mode is used for: - showing signals and their actual status - showing parameters and changing values of parameters, if they are not write-protected. When the Parameter mode is entered Parameter [P 13.01] appears after initialization, otherwise the finally selected parameter is shown.   ! '  (   &&   Parameter and Signal Display Statusrow Group number and name Parameter or signal number and name Parameter value The firmware consists of a fixed structure. Modifications can be done by: • Pointers for designating connections • Parameters for setting values, such as ramp-up / ramp- down time, controller´s gain, reference values, etc. If a write-protected parameter is selected, the following warning will be displayed: )  ( )         (  Function Mode FUNC The Function mode is used for special functions, such as: • Parameter UPLOAD (Group 0 ... 100) from drive to CDP 312 • Parameter DOWNLOAD (Group 0 ... 100) from CDP 312 to drive • CDP 312 display contrast setting Statusrow Selectable Functions Display contra adjusting Function Display   !  *+*+ ) +,+,   Chapter 3 - Handling of Control Panel CDP 312 DCS 600 Operating Instructions IV F 3 - 5 Drive Mode DRIVE Drive mode is used to check the drive configuration. The display will show the type and ID-number of the drive to whom the CDP 312 is connected to as well as the status of the drives; for more details see chapter 3.13 Drive Mode.        Device type The ID-number Total number of drives in the link Drive Display Reference Input REF The Reference Button activates one reference signal sent to drive if drive is: • in local mode • in the running status (enable reference) The meaning and limitation of this signal depends on the Drive Mode. Drive Mode Reference (input) Reference (displayed) Limitation Speed control Local Ref 1 SPEED REF 3 20.01 20.02 Torque control Torq Ref B TORQ REF 1 Selector 20.01 20.09 20.10 Fex mode Cur REF 1 Local REF 3 Selector 15.16 20.12 20.13 Chapter 3 - Handling of Control Panel CDP 312 IV F 3 - 6 DCS 600 Operating Instructions 3.4 Parameter Selecting and Changing of Value For Parameter selection with the CDP 312 the following applies: • Ignore the two right-hand digits; the remaining digits are the Group and are selected at the panel using keys / . • The two right-hand digits are the Index and are selected at the panel, using the keys / , e.g.: Parameter ⇒ Group Index 13.01 ⇒ 13 01 (resp. 1) 1.26 ⇒ 1 26 Step Function Press key Display after key is pressed 1. To enter the Parameter Mode Selection PAR 6\ZW 39=/>>381= +838>+-223@+6  2. To select another group. While pressing the key down, only the Group number and name is displayed. When the key is released, number, name and value of the first parameter in the Group are displayed. 6\ZW =>+<>=>9: 69-+6=>9:79./ <+7:=>9: Table to be continued! Chapter 3 - Handling of Control Panel CDP 312 DCS 600 Operating Instructions IV F 3 - 7 Table (continued): Parameter Selecting and Changing of Value Step Function Press key Display after key is pressed 3. To select an Index. While pressing the key down, only the Index number and name is displayed. When the key is released the value of the Index is also displayed. 6\ZW =>+<>=>9: /7/=>9:79./  6\ZW =>+<>=>9: /7/=>9:79./ <+7:=>9: 4. To select the Parameter value (for changing). ENTER 6\ZW =>+<>=>9: /7/=>9:79./ E<+7:=>9:G 5a. To change the Parameter value by scrolling: (slow change) (fast change) 6\ZW =>+<>=>9: /7/=>9:79./ E>9<;?/6373>G 5b. To change the Pointer connec- tion by scrolling at first: (Group number) ---> then: (Index number) ---> of the target. 6\ZW #-98-977?83-+>3 38.B+->W] E!G 6a. To confirm / send the new value to the drive (to finish the changing procedure). ENTER 6\ZW =>+<>=>9: /7/=>9:79./ >9<;?/6373> 6b. To cancel the new setting and keep the original value press any of the four keys. The selected Keypad Mode is entered. ACT PAR FUNC DRIVE 6\ZW =>+<>=>9: /7/=>9:79./ <+7:=>9: Chapter 3 - Handling of Control Panel CDP 312 IV F 3 - 8 DCS 600 Operating Instructions 3.5 Saving of the Parameters to backup memory (in case of control board exchange) In general all changed Parameters will be saved immediately in the non-volatile memory. That is why no separate saving is required. Exception: In case of a control board exchange (SDCS-CON-2/SDCS- AMC-DC) the detected hardware coding has to be saved to the FPROM (backup memory). Note: For thyristor power converters DCS 600 of size C4 (Irated ≥ 2050 A).the rated values etc. (Param. [P 42.07] to [P 42.11]) have to be entered before saving them to the FPROM; see chapter 2.2 ”Scaling intra-unit signals”. NOTE: For Software downloading observe the relevant instructions given on the ”read_me” file of the corresponding Software disc! Step Function Press key Display after key is pressed 1. To enter the Parameter Mode Selection PAR 6\ZW 39=/>>381= +838>+-223@+6  2. To select Group 15. While pressing the arrow down, only the Group number is dis- played. When the key is re- leased, number, name and value of the first parameter in the Group is displayed. 6\ZW .<3@/6913-:+< 7+38-98>-9879./  6\ZW .<3@/6913-:+< 7+38-98>-9879./ 98 3. To select Index 02 from Group 15. While pressing the arrow down, only the signal name and num- ber are displayed. When the key is released the value is also dis- played. 6\ZW .<3@/6913-:+< .<3@/79./ 6\ZW .<3@/6913-:+< .<3@/79./  4. For activating press ENTER. ENTER 6\ZW .<3@/6913-:+< .<3@/79./ EG 5. To select 22 for saving of changed values. Table to be continued! 6\ZW .<3@/6913-:+< .<3@/79./ EG Chapter 3 - Handling of Control Panel CDP 312 DCS 600 Operating Instructions IV F 3 - 9 Table (continued): Saving of the Parameters to backup memory Step Function Press key Display after key is pressed 6a. Confirmation of the saving. Saving procedure is completed when 0 is displayed. ENTER 6\ZW .<3@/6913-:+< .<3@/79./  6b. To cancel the saving and keep the original value press any of the four keys. The selected Keypad Mode is entered. ACT PAR FUNC DRIVE 6\ZW .<3@/6913-:+< .<3@/79./   3.6 FAULT resetting (RESET) FAULT resetting is possible in both LOCAL and REMOTE mode of the drive. Step Function Press key Display after key is pressed 1. To enter the Actual Signal Display Mode ACT 6\ZW .-=  0+?6> 897-98> 2. To RESET the FAULT RESET 6\ZW 6/.:+8/ 79>9<=:\ZW -98@-?<+ 3.7 EMERGENCY STOP resetting (RESET) Resetting (RESET) of the EMERGENCY STOP function is not required with DCS 600. If the EMERGENCY STOP command is cancelled, there will be a self-resetting routine of the corre- sponding signal. For restart a switch ON command (signal) with 0 -> 1 edge has to be used. Chapter 3 - Handling of Control Panel CDP 312 IV F 3 - 10 DCS 600 Operating Instructions 3.8 Fault History Display Up to 24 faults are stored time related and displayed together with the time they appeared after electronics supply switched on. Step Function Press key Display after key is pressed 1. To enter the Actual Signal Display Mode ACT 6\ZW 6/.:+8/ 79>9<=:\ZW -98@-?<+ 2. To enter the Fault History Dis- play. These keys also scroll the screen from Actual Signal Dis- play to Fault Display, to Fault History Display back to Actual Signal Display. 6\ZW 6+=>0+?6> 897-98> >37/$2738 3. To select newer (UP) or older fault (DOWN). 6\ZW 6+=>A+<8381 /7/<=>9: >37/$2#738 4. To return to the Actual Signal Display Mode. 6\ZW 6/.:+8/ 79>9<=:\ZW -98@-?<+ Chapter 3 - Handling of Control Panel CDP 312 DCS 600 Operating Instructions IV F 3 - 11 3.9 Uploading and Downloading of Parameters (UPLOAD/DOWNLOAD) FUNC CAUTION! The drive must be in standstill condition with given STOP command (controllers blocked, power section disconnected from the network) when UPLOAD/ DOWNLOAD function is selected. The upload and download function is operative for groups 10…97 RAM FactoryActual User 2User 1 FPROM Auto- matically 99.11 = Factory U se r1 S av e U se r1 L oa d U se r2 S av e U se r2 L oa d Start 99.9 = Yes '2:1/2$' 83/2$' SDCS-CON-2 SDCS-AMC-DC Only required for changed unit-(type-) dependent values: [P 15.02] = 22 &RQWURO 3DQHO CDP 312 RAM = Random Access Memory FPROM = FLASH-PROM RAM FPROM FPROM '&6 UPLOAD will copy all parameters, which are different to default, from the RAM memory of the SDCS-AMC-DC board to the FPROM memory of the Control Panel CDP 312. Before a DOWNLOAD is started the factory-set values (default values) should be available within the RAM memory of the SDCS- AMC-DC board. Factory-set values are always available in the FPROM memory of this board and they can be called by means of APPLIC_RESTORE parameter 99.09 with the exception of the group 99. Parameter 99.11 APPLICATION MACRO has to be set to FACTORY. The exceptional group has to be checked and if necessary, changed by manual setting. Instead of this a saved default pa- rameter set can be loaded by DRIVES WINDOW. The DOWNLOAD will copy all values stored in the FPROM memory of the CDP 312 to the RAM memory of the SDCS-AMC-DC board. Note: For reasons of safety the DOWNLOAD function will only operate if “LOCAL mode” of the Control Panel CDP 312 is selected! Chapter 3 - Handling of Control Panel CDP 312 IV F 3 - 12 DCS 600 Operating Instructions Depending on the drive´s condition and the status of the commis- sioning, UPLOAD has to take place before DOWNLOAD, otherwise a warning may be displayed: )  (    )  (  Chapter 3 - Handling of Control Panel CDP 312 DCS 600 Operating Instructions IV F 3 - 13 The drive must be in stopped state during the DOWNLOAD proc- ess, otherwise the following warning is displayed. )  (    ( )  (  The drive that receives the downloaded parameters must have a compatible software version to the drive from which the parameters were uploaded. Otherwise the panel will display a warning: )  (     )  (  Step Function Press key Display after key is pressed 1. To enter the Function Mode FUNC 6\ZW ?:69+.&'&' .9A869+.'('( -98><+=> 2. To select a function. 6\ZW ?:69+.&'&' .9A869+.'('( -98><+=> 3. To activate the selected func- tion. ENTER 6\ZW '('('('('('('( .9A869+. 4. Loading complete. 6\ZW 6/.:+8/ 79>9<=:\ZW -98@-?<+ Chapter 3 - Handling of Control Panel CDP 312 IV F 3 - 14 DCS 600 Operating Instructions 3.10 Setting of the Display Contrast Step Function Press key Display after key is pressed 1. To enter the Function Mode. FUNC 6\ZW ?:69+.&'&' .9A869+.'('( -98><+=> 2. To select a function. 6\ZW ?:69+.&'&' .9A869+.'('( -98><+=> 3. To enter contrast setting func- tion. ENTER 6\ZW -98><+=>EG 4. To set the contrast. (1...7) 6\ZW -98><+=>E G 5. To accept the selected value. ENTER 6\ZW ?:69+.&'&' .9A869+.'('( -98><+=> 3.11 Full Name of Actual Signals Step Function Press key Display after key is pressed 1. To display the full name of the three actual signals press key and hold. ACT 6\ZW 6/.:+8/69?>:?> 79>9<=://. -98@-?<+-> 2. To return to the Actual Signal Display Mode release key. ACT 6\ZW 6/.:+8/ 79>9<=:\ZW -98@-?<+ Chapter 3 - Handling of Control Panel CDP 312 DCS 600 Operating Instructions IV F 3 - 15 3.12 Selection of Actual Signals Group 1 ... 9 Note: The selection of actual signals will remain unchanged even if the unit is switched OFF and ON again. Please observe: if the actual signal Parameter is within the soft- ware part of the SDCS-CON-2 board, the selected actual signal has to be entered in the Group 94. Step Function Press key Display after key is pressed 1. To enter the Actual Signal Display Mode ACT 6\ZW 6/.:+8/ 79>9<=:\ZW -98@-?<+ 2. To select the desired line. 6\ZW 6/.:+8/ 79>9<=:\ZW -98@-?<+ 3. To get acces to the desired line. ENTER 6\ZW +->?+6@+6?/=  -98@-?<+-> + 4. To select a different group. 6\ZW +->?+6@+6?/= 6373>/.=://.</0 \ZW 5. To select a Index. 6\ZW +->?+6@+6?/= =://..300/</8-/ \ZW 6. To accept the selection and to return to the Actual Signal Display Mode. ENTER 6\ZW 6/.:+8/ 79>9<=:\ZW =://..3 Chapter 3 - Handling of Control Panel CDP 312 IV F 3 - 16 DCS 600 Operating Instructions 3.13 Drive Mode Display of the ID-number for the Drive and for the Control Panel CDP 312 as well as display of the status (Status Display): Step Function Press key Display after key is pressed 1. To enter the Drive Mode DRIVE .-=  3.8?7,/< >9>+6.<3@/= 2. To select the Status Display (see table below): To change the ID number of the drive (the ID-Number will appear in brackets) and then ... to select the new value. To accepted the new value. The power of the DCS 600 must be switched OFF to validate its new ID-Number setting (the new value is not displayed until the power is switched OFF and ON). The Status Display of all drives connected to the Panel Link is shown after the last individual drive. If all drives do not fit on the dis- play at once, press the arrow keys to show the rest of them. ENTER ENTER .-=  3.8?7,/<EG >9>+6.<3@/=         ! " #        3. To cancel the Drive Mode. The selected Keypad Mode is entered. ACT PAR FUNC DRIVE Table: Symbols of Status Display Symbol Status Display  Stopped, main contactor OFF (open)  Stopped, main contactor ON (closed)  Running, main contactor ON (closed)  Alarm or fault signalling effective in the drive Chapter 3 - Handling of Control Panel CDP 312 DCS 600 Operating Instructions IV F 3 - 17 3.14 Running the Drive Operational Com- mand Keys Operational commands can be given from the Control Panel CDP 312 every time when the status row is displayed. Operational commands include START and STOP of the the drive, controlling the main contactor and adjusting the reference. CAUTION! To be able to give operational commands from the CDP 312, the selected control location must be the Control Panel. The control location can be changed by means of  key to  mode. If  mode is activated some of the binary inputs are no longer functioning. Take care that the drive is engineered to allow opera- tion with  mode. Control Panel Key Name of Key Function LOC REM LOCAL / REMOTE To select LOCAL (= CDP 312) or REMOTE (= ext. control system) operation. START Starts the drive, when in LOCAL mode. STOP Stops the drive, when in LOCAL mode. ON Main contactor closing control, when in LOCAL mode. OFF Main contactor opening control, when in LOCAL mode. Running the DC- Drive from the  Ensure safety before you start the drive test! M • Select LOCAL mode (LOCAL = CDP 312) by pressing LOC/ REMOTE key. • Close (switch on) the main contactor by pressing the  key • Start the drive by pressing the  key. Presetting of a ref- erence value for the motor will now be possible. • Direction of rotation can be changed by presetting the opposite polarity of reference value in case of 4Q drive. • Stop the drive by pressing the  key. Motor will decelerate to zero speed (depending on the parameter LOCAL STOP  ) • Finally open (switch off) the main contactor by pressing the  key. Chapter 3 - Handling of Control Panel CDP 312 IV F 3 - 18 DCS 600 Operating Instructions 3.15 Speed Reference Setting for the Drive Step Function Press key Display after key is pressed 1. Press one of these keys to get the status row displayed. ACT PAR FUNC 6\ZW33 6/.:+8/ 79>9<=:\ZW -98@-?<+ 2. To enter the Reference Setting Mode REF 6E\ZWG33 6/.:+8/ 79>9<=:\ZW -98@-?<+ 3. To change the reference: (slow change) (fast change) 6E\ZWG33 6/.:+8/ 79>9<=:\ZW -98@-?<+ 4. To exit the Reference Setting Mode. The selected Keypad Mode is entered. ACT PAR FUNC DRIVE 6\ZW33 6/.:+8/ 79>9<=:\ZW -98@-?<+ Chapter 4 - Signals and Troubleshooting IV F 4 - 1 DCS 600 Operating Instructions 4.1 Display of status, alarm and fault signals Categories of signals and possibilities of display The signals (messages) to be available for thyristor power con- verters series DCS 600 are subdivided into four (fifth category see below) categories: General messages Starting errors F Fault signals A Alarm signals A seven segment display on the control board SDCS-CON-2 of the thyristor power converters series DCS 600 is used to show general messages, starting errors, fault and alarm signals. The signals (messages) are displayed as codes. If the codes con- sist of several parts, the characters/individual digits will be indicated for 0.7 sec one after the other, e.g.: 0.7s 0.7s0.7s ⇒ ⇒ F 14 = Speed measurement fault ⇑ ⇐ ⇓ In addition to this the DCS 600 combined with the LCD of the control panel CDP 312 will be able to show the fault and alarm signals as numbers with text as well as the status signals (selected in Actual Signal Display Mode [⇒ ACT-key] by signal group 1..xx ... 9.xx). For subsequent evaluation via binary outputs or serial interfaces the 16 bit informations FAULT WORD1 [9.01], FAULT WORD2 [9.02] and FAULT WORD3 [9.06] as well as ALARM WORD1 [9.04] and ALARM WORD2 [9.05] contain several fault and alarm signals as a binary code. Chapter 4 - Signals and Troubleshooting IV F 4 - 2 DCS 600 Operating Instructions 4.2 General messages From SDCS-CON-2 board The general messages will only be shown on the seven segment display/LEDs of the boards SDCS-CON-2/SDCS-AMC-DC. Code seven segm. display Text on LCD of control panel CDP 312 (or DRIVES WINDOW) Definition – Remark 8 Not available Program is not running [SDCS-CON-2] – (1) . Not available Normal situation, no fault / no alarm signal – L Not available Indication while loading another firmware into the control board SDCS-CON-2 – From SDCS-AMC-DC board LED Definition Remark green Software running SDCS-AMC-DC Software under operation red Fault Fault occured; Fault and Alarm Words ⇒ group 6, 9 4.3 Starting errors (E) [from SDCS-CON-2 board] The starting errors will only be shown on the seven segment dis- play of the control board SDCS-CON-2. With starting errors it will not be possible to start the drive. Code seven segm. display Text on LCD of control panel CDP 312 (or DRIVES WINDOW) Definition – Remark E1 Not available ROM memory test error [SDCS-CON-2] – (1) E2 Not available RAM memory test error [SDCS-CON-2] – (1) E5 Not available No control program in memory [SDCS-CON-2] – (2) E6 Not available Hardware is not compatible [SDCS-CON-2] – (1) (1) Units should be switched off and on electrically; if fault occurs again, the PCBs SDCS-POW-1 and SDCS-CON-2 have to be checked and if necessary to be changed. (2) Load firmware once more. Chapter 4 - Signals and Troubleshooting DCS 600 Operating Instructions IV F 4 - 3 4.4 Fault Signals (F) The fault signals will be shown on the seven segment display of the control board SDCS-CON-2 as codes F . . as well as on the LCD of the control panel CDP 312 as numbers with text. Moreover there are fault signals which will only be shown on the LCD of the control panel. All fault signals - with the exception of F 17, F 20 and F 44 - can be reset (after elimination of the faults). For resetting (RESET) of fault signals the following steps are required: • Switching off the commands ON/OFF and RUN • Elimination of the faults • Fault acknowledgement, i.e. resetting (RESET) through input of the command RESET with APC or in ”LOCAL” mode with control panel CDP 312/DRIVES WINDOW. • Depending on the application conditions generate the com- mands ON/OFF and RUN once more. The fault signals will result in tripping the drive (installation-de- pendent). If a fault occurs, there will be three different possibilities of reaction (see column ”Remark” in the fault list): (1) Fault will switch off the signals energizing the main contactor, the field contactor and the fan contactor. (2) Fault will switch off the signals energizing the main contactor and the field contactor. (3) Fault will switch off the signal energizing the main contactor. Code seven segm. display Text on LCD of control panel CDP 312 (or DRIVES WINDOW) Definition / Action Status signal (FAULT_WORD_ 1/2/3) Remark F 1 01 AUX UVOLT Auxiliary voltage fault The auxiliary voltage (230 V) is too low while the drive is in operation. If resetting fails, check internal auxiliary voltages. If fault persists, change SDCS-CON-2 and/ or SDCS-POW 1 board (if required). 9.01 bit 0 (1) F 2 02 OVERCURR Overcurrent Check: - Motor, load and armature cabling for faults or blocking condition; - Parameter setting of current con- trol circuit/torque limitation; - Parameter [P 42.05] (overcurrent detection). - Faulty thyristor 9.01 bit 1 (3) Chapter 4 - Signals and Troubleshooting IV F 4 - 4 DCS 600 Operating Instructions Code seven segm. display Text on LCD of control panel CDP 312 (or DRIVES WINDOW) Definition / Action Status signal (FAULT_WORD_ 1/2/3) Remark F 3 03 C FAN CURR Overcurrent converter fan only in combinati- on 42.14 ≠ 0 Check setting: - Current converter fan - PW 1002 /PW 1003 - Parameter [P 42.19] - Parameter [P 42.14] - Monitor [4.14] 9.01 bit 10 (1) F 4 04 CONV TEMP Overtemperature power section Check: - Fan supply, direction of rotation, fan components, air inlet and ambient temperature; - Inadmissible load cycle? - connector X12 on SDCS-CON-2 9.01 bit 3 (2) F 5 05 EARTH FLT Earth fault (Σ IL1,IL2,IL3 differs from zero) Disconnect the mains and verify zero voltage in armature and field circuits. Make insulation test for the complete installation. Check sum current transformer; if necessary, change transformer and SDCS-IOB-3 board. 9.01 bit 4 (1) F 6 06 MOT1 TEMP Overtemperature of MOTOR 1 Check: - Temperature sensor and its cabling; - Motor cooling or sizing; - Inputs for temperature sensor on board SDCS-IOB-3; - Param. setting [P 28.11] correct? 9.01 bit 5 (2) F 7 07 MOT1 LOAD Overload of MOTOR 1 (Thermal model 1) Check: - Motor temperature (let motor cool down and restart); - Motor ratings and parameters of thermal model; - Motor sizing or load cycle; - Param. setting [P 28.04] correct? 9.01 bit 6 (2) Chapter 4 - Signals and Troubleshooting DCS 600 Operating Instructions IV F 4 - 5 Code seven segm. display Text on LCD of control panel CDP 312 (or DRIVES WINDOW) Definition / Action Status signal (FAULT_WORD_ 1/2/3) Remark F 14 14 SPD MEAS Speed feedback (measurement) fault Check: - Incremental encoder and connec- tion cable, encoder power supply (feedback might be too low); - Tacho polarity and voltage (does a total mismatch exist?) - Position of jumper S4 on board SDCS-CON-2 O.K.? - Electronic boards SDCS-CON-2, SDCS-IOB-3, SDCS-POW 1; - Connection converter – armature circuit open? - Correct setting for selection of speed feedback monitoring? 9.02 bit 5 (3) F 17 17 TYPE CODE (Converter) Type coding fault SDCS-PIN-xx board not connected to board SDCS-CON-2 or SDCS-PIN-xx not coded. Check: - Flat cables X12 and X13 O.K.? - Faulty coding on SDCS-PIN-xx? - New boards SDCS-CON-2/SDCS- AMC-DC installed? - Correct coding of unit size C4? 9.02 bit 8 (1) Can not be reset F 18 18 CON FLASH Memory fault on SDCS-CON-2 board (Parameter saving fault) Cause: Wrong or missing checksum, data error while writing or reading. Note: Try again saving of type coding; for that purpose - Move jumper S2 (on board SDCS-CON-2) to Pos. 1–2 with electronics supply switched OFF; - Switch ON electronics again; - Select [P 15.02] = 22; - Save default parameter set; - Switch OFF electronics; - Reset jumper S2 to ist original position; - Switch ON electronics again. If display shows F 18 once again, change SDCS-CON-2 board! 9.06 bit 14 (1) Can not be reset F 20 20 CON-SYSTEM FAULT CON-SYSTEM FAULT This fault is shown after downloading the soft- ware of the SDCS-AMC-DC board. The auxiliary voltage (230 V) has to be swit- ched OFF and ON again. 9.06 bit 15 (1) Can not be reset Chapter 4 - Signals and Troubleshooting IV F 4 - 6 DCS 600 Operating Instructions Code seven segm. display Text on LCD of control panel CDP 312 (or DRIVES WINDOW) Definition / Action Status signal (FAULT_WORD_ 1/2/3) Remark F 23 23 MOT STALL Motor stalled While starting the motor the current exceeded the value of parameter [P 28.17] for a time longer than parameter [P 28.15] and the speed feedback value was below parameter [P 28.16]. Check: - Motor stalled? - Load changed during start? - Correct field current? - Current/torque limitation; - Parameter settings [P 15.08]. 9.02 bit 14 (3) F 27 27 MOT2 LOAD Overload of MOTOR 2 (Thermal model 2). {see Fault Code F 7} 9.01 bit 9 (2) F 28 28 ARM OVOLT Armature (DC circuit) overvoltage Check: - Setting of param. [P 28.22] suitable for the system configuration? - Setting of field current and actual value as well as the complete field supply (FIELD EXCITER); - Was the motor accelerated by the load? - Speed scaling; - Armature voltage feedback; - Connections between SDCS- CON-2 and SDCS-PIN boards; - Coding of voltage evaluation on SDCS-PIN-xx board. 9.01 bit 2 (1) F 29 29 MAIN UVLT Mains supply undervoltage (AC); setting via parameters [P 40.01] or/ and [P 40.02] Check: - Is the mains voltage within the admissible tolerance? - Did the mains contactor close and open? - Voltage scaling via parameter [P 42.06] rated line voltage correct? - Connections between SDCS- CON-2 and SDCS-PIN-xx boards; - Coding of voltage measurement on SDCS-PIN-xx board. 9.01 bit 11 (3) Chapter 4 - Signals and Troubleshooting DCS 600 Operating Instructions IV F 4 - 7 Code seven segm. display Text on LCD of control panel CDP 312 (or DRIVES WINDOW) Definition / Action Status signal (FAULT_WORD_ 1/2/3) Remark F 30 30 MAIN OVLT Mains supply overvoltage (AC) Mains voltage > 130% of nominal value (parameter [P 42.06]) for longer than 10s. Fault tracing see Fault Code F 29. 9.01 bit 12 (1) F 31 31 NO SYNC Synchronization fault (of mains) Check: - Mains supply, fuses etc.; - Mains voltage and stability. 9.01 bit 13 (3) F 32 32 FEX1 OCUR FIELD EXCITER 1 (field supply 1) overcurrent Check: - FIELD1_OVERCUR_LEV (parameter [P 20.16]); - Connections of field exciter as well as insulation level of cable and of field winding. 9.01 bit 14 (1) F 33 33 FEX1 COMM FIELD EXCITER 1 communication error Check: - Flat cable connections X14: or cable X16: between SDCS- CON-2 board and field exciter; - Auxil. voltage for ext. field exciter. 9.01 bit 15 (1) F 34 34 CURR RIPP Armature current ripple One or several thyristors carry no current. Check: - Current feedback with oscilloscope (6 pulses within one cycle visible?); - Branch fuses, thyristor gate con- nection and gate-cathode resis- tance; - See also parameters [P 43.10], [P 43.11], and [P 43.12] 9.02 bit 0 (3) F 35 35 FEX2 OCUR FIELD EXCITER 2 (field supply 2) overcurrent Check: - FIELD2_OVERCUR_LEV (parameter [P 20.17]); - Connections of field exciter as well as insulation level of cable and of field winding. 9.02 bit 1 (1) F 36 36 FEX2 COMM FIELD EXCITER 2 communication error {See Fault Code F 33} 9.02 bit 2 (1) Chapter 4 - Signals and Troubleshooting IV F 4 - 8 DCS 600 Operating Instructions Code seven segm. display Text on LCD of control panel CDP 312 (or DRIVES WINDOW) Definition / Action Status signal (FAULT_WORD_ 1/2/3) Remark F 37 37 OVERSPEED Motor overspeed Speed feedback higher than parameter [P 20.11]. Check: - Scaling of speed controller loop; - Drive speed; - Field refererence values; - Speed feedback and connection of speed feedback; - Was the motor accelerated by the load? 9.02 bit 15 (3) F 38 38 PHAS SEQU Phase sequence fault of power section Change supply phase sequency or make correction with parameter [P 42.01]. Attention: Direction of rotation of 3-phase fan correct? 9.02 bit 3 (3) F 39 39 NO FIELD No field acknowledge from FIELD EXCITER Check: - Do selection parameters match the field exciter (field supply)? - Field exciter supply, cable and field winding; - Status/level of acknowledge signal. 9.02 bit 4 (1) F 40 40 NO E FAN No acknowledge from FAN of motor Check: - Contactor circuit/supply for fan of motor; - Status of binary inputs/outputs (DI2/DO1) on SDCS-IOB-2/ SDCS-CON-2 boards; - Parameter setting [P 15.07]. 9.02 bit 6 (1) F 41 41 NO M CONT Missing main contactor acknowledge Check: - Switch-ON/-OFF sequence correct? - Status of binary input DI3 for ac- knowledge signal ACK_M_CONT of main contactor; - Status of binary output DO3 resp. of auxiliary contactor (relay) closing the main contactor after ON/OFF command. 9.02 bit 7 (3) Chapter 4 - Signals and Troubleshooting DCS 600 Operating Instructions IV F 4 - 9 Code seven segm. display Text on LCD of control panel CDP 312 (or DRIVES WINDOW) Definition / Action Status signal (FAULT_WORD_ 1/2/3) Remark F 42 42 FEX1 FLT FIELD EXCITER 1 (field supply 1) fault A fault was found during self-diagnosis of field exciter. Check: - Field exciter operation; change the unit, if necessary; - Field 1/Field 2 coding O.K.? 9.02 bit 12 (1) F 43 43 FEX2 FLT FIELD EXCITER 2 (field supply 2) fault {See Fault Code F 42} 9.02 bit 13 (1) F 44 44 NO I/O Missing input/output (I/O-) board Check: - Correct selection of SDCS-IOB-2/3 board (see also param. [P 98.08]) - Is +/- 10 V supply available? - Flat cable connections between SDCS-CON-2 and SDCS-IOB-2/3 boards. 9.01 bit 7 (1) F 48 48 MOT2 TEMP Overtemperature of MOTOR 2 Check: - Parameter setting MOT_2_TEMP_ FAULT_L [P 28.14] correct? {See Fault Code F 6} 9.01 bit 8 (2) F 50 50 NO C FAN No CONVERTER FAN supply acknowledge Depending on type of unit (size): Size C4 ⇒ Fault signal F 50 Sizes C1...C3 ⇒ Alarm signal A 126 Check: - Was input for acknowledge signal DI1 used? 9.02 bit 10 (2) F 65 65 REVER FLT Zero current signal not reached within 6.6 ms Very fast current rise ramp: - increase parameter 47.07 9.06 bit 0 (3) F 66 66 CURR DIFF Current difference in 12-pulse parallel opera- tion Check: - Setting of master and slave current controller - increase parameter 47.04 9.06 bit 1 (3) F 67 67 12P COMM Open 12-pulse fibre optic link (V260) 9.06 bit 2 (3) F 68 68 SLAVE DIS Fault of 12-pulse master. Master tripped by a fault of the 12-pulse slave. Check: - Fault logger of 12-pulse slave 9.06 bit 3 (3) Chapter 4 - Signals and Troubleshooting IV F 4 - 10 DCS 600 Operating Instructions Fault Signals referring to the SDCS-AMC-DC board Code seven segm. Display Text on LCD of control panel CDP 312 (or DRIVES WINDOW) Definition / Action Status signal (FAULT_WORD_ 1/2/3) Remark  *) RESET FAULT RESET of all faults which can be acknowl- edged  *) SYSTEM FAULT Fault of the SDCS-AMC-DC board Fault of the operating system. 9.06 bit 7  *) CON COMMUNIC Communication fault between the SDCS-AMC- DC board and the SDCS-CON-2 board 9.06 bit 10 Can not be reset  *) CH0 COMMUN Communication fault with fieldbus, APC or fieldbus adapters If this signal has to be effective only as an alarm (warning) signal, the mode of functioning can be changed by setting the parameter CH0_COM_LOSS_CTRL [P 70.05]. Check: - Optical fibre cable connections; - APC, PLC and adapters ready for operation? *) No Fault Code available on seven segment display! Chapter 4 - Signals and Troubleshooting DCS 600 Operating Instructions IV F 4 - 11 Code seven segm. display Text on LCD of control panel CDP 312 (or DRIVES WINDOW) Definition / Action Status signal (FAULT_WORD_ 1/2/3) Remark  *) M/F LINK Communication fault in the Master-Follower- link If this signal has to be effective only as an alarm (warning) signal, the mode of functioning can be changed by setting the parameter CH2_COM_LOSS_CTRL [P 70.14]. Check: - Optical fibre cable connections. 9.06 bit 11  *) PANEL LOSS Connection fault to the Control Panel CDP 312 or DRIVES WINDOW Check: - Control Panel CDP 312 discon- nected? - Connection adapter or cable damaged? - Communication problems using the program DRIVES WINDOW in ”LOCAL” mode? 9.06 bit 13  *) EXT FAULT External fault at binary input (DI) selected by Parameter [P 15.23] An external fault is activated by a ”Low sig- nal” at the binary input (DI) selected by Pa- rameter [P 15.23]. 9.02 bit 9  *) SW MISMATCH Software versions loaded to SDCS-CON-2 and SDCS-AMC-DC do not match see DCS 600 Software release notice 9.06 bit 9 *) No Fault Code available on seven segment display! Chapter 4 - Signals and Troubleshooting IV F 4 - 12 DCS 600 Operating Instructions 4.5 Alarm Signals (A) The alarm signals will be shown on the seven segment display of the control board SDCS-CON-2 as codes A . . . On the LCD of the control panel CDP 312 the alarm signals will be shown as numbers (without the leading digit ”1”) with text. Code seven segm. display Text on LCD of control panel CDP 312 (or DRIVES WINDOW) Definition / Possible source Signal number (ALARM_WORD_1/2) Remark A 101 01 START INH Alarm: Start Inhibition Check: - Parameter settings [P 13.11] and [P 15.14]. 9.04 bit 0 Self- reset- ting after EN- ABLE A 102 02 EMER STOP Alarm: EMERGENCY STOP Check: - Signal at binary input DI5; - Logic of a.m. signal (parameter [P 13.12]); if necessary, invert the signal. 9.04 bit 1 Self- reset- ting after EN- ABLE A 103 03 MOT1 TEMP Alarm: Overtemperature MOTOR 1 Check: - Parameter setting [P 28.10] correct? 9.04 bit 5 A 104 04 MOT1 LOAD Alarm: Overload MOTOR 1 (Thermal Model 1) Check: - Overload of motor - Parameter setting [P 28.03] correct? 9.04 bit 6 A 105 05 CONV TEMP Alarm: Overtemperature Power Section This signal will already appear at approx. 10 °C below the shutdown temperature ap- plying for Fault Signal F 4 (see max. tem- perature [P 04.17]). Check: - See Fault Code F 4. 9.04 bit 3 A 108 08 CON RAM BACKUP Alarm: Check Sum RAM not valid Switch OFF and ON auxiliary supply. 9.05 bit 12 Chapter 4 - Signals and Troubleshooting DCS 600 Operating Instructions IV F 4 - 13 Code seven segm. display Text on LCD of control panel CDP 312 (or DRIVES WINDOW) Definition / Possible source Signal number (ALARM_WORD_1/2) Remark A 115 15 CURR RIPP Armature current ripple One or several thyristors carry no current. Check: - Current feedback with oscilloscope (6 pulses within one cycle visible?); - Branch fuses, thyristor gate con- nection and gate-cathode resis- tance; - See also parameters [P 43.10], [P 43.11], and [P 43.12] 9.05 bit 0 A 118 18 MAIN UVLT Alarm: Mains Undervoltage (AC) Setting of undervoltage monitoring with Pa- rameter [P 40.01] or/and [P 40.02] Check: - See also Fault Code F 29. 9.04 bit 10 A 120 20 CURR DEV Alarm: Armature Current Deviation If the current reference ARM_CUR_REF [P 3.12] deviates from the current feedback for more than 5 sec by more than 20 %, referenced to the rated current, this signal will be shown. Check: - Ratio between mains supply voltage and EMF 9.04 bit 13 A 123 23 MOT2 TEMP Alarm: Overtemperature MOTOR 2 Check: - Parameter setting [P 28.13] correct? See also Fault Code F 6. 9.04 bit 8 A 124 24 MOT2 LOAD Alarm: Overload MOTOR 2 (Thermal Model 2) Check: - Overload of motor - Parameter setting [P 28.07] correct? 9.04 bit 9 A 125 25 NO ACK Alarm: No Acknowledge DC Break or Dyna- mic Brake contactor Check: - Digital inputs [P 15.18], [P 15.20] 9.04 bit 2 RUN = blocked A 126 26 CONV FAN Alarm: No (Thyristor Power) Converter FAN Acknowledge Check: - See Fault Code F 50. 9.04 bit 12 Chapter 4 - Signals and Troubleshooting IV F 4 - 14 DCS 600 Operating Instructions Code seven segm. display Text on LCD of control panel CDP 312 (or DRIVES WINDOW) Definition / Possible source Signal number (ALARM_WORD_1/2) Remark A 127 27 EXT FAN Alarm: No Acknowledge from External FAN (of Motor) Check: - Contactor circuit/supply for fan of motor; - Status of binary inputs/outputs (DI2/DO1) on SDCS-IOB-2/ SDCS-CON-2 boards; - Parameter setting [P 15.07]. 9.04 bit 15 A 129 29 TYPE CODE Alarm: Type Code (Hardware Code of Thyris- tor Power Converter) changed Unit type code stored in memory differs from the hardware coding. Check: - New control board SDCS- CON-2 installed? - Control board SDCS-CON-2 / SDCS-PIN-xx board inter- changed? Action: - Save values in non-volatile memory using parameter DRIVE- MODE [P 15.02] = 22. 9.05 bit 1 A 132 32 AUX UVOLT Auxiliary voltage alarm The auxiliary voltage (230 V) is too low while the drive is not in operation. For more details see Fault Code F 1. 9.05 bit 2 A 133 33 OVERVOLT Overvoltage protection active Converter blocked (via DI2 in field exciter mode) 9.05 bit 3 Alarm Signals referring to the SDCS-AMC-DC board Code seven segm. display Text on LCD of control panel CDP 312 (or DRIVES WINDOW) Definition / Possible source Signal number (ALARM_WORD_1/2) Remark  **) CH0 COMMUN Alarm: Communication fault with fieldbus, APC or fieldbus adapters If this signal has to be effective also as a fault signal, the mode of functioning can be changed by setting the parameter CH0_COM_LOSS_CTRL [P 70.05]. Check: - Optical fibre cable connections; - APC, PLC and adapters ready for operation? 9.05 bit 11 Chapter 4 - Signals and Troubleshooting DCS 600 Operating Instructions IV F 4 - 15 Code seven segm. display Text on LCD of control panel CDP 312 (or DRIVES WINDOW) Definition / Possible source Signal number (ALARM_WORD_1/2) Remark  **) M/F LINK Alarm: Communication fault in the Master- Follower-link If this signal has to be effective also as a fault signal, the mode of functioning can be changed by setting the parameter CH2_COM_LOSS_CTRL [P 70.14]. Check:- Optical fibre cable connections. 9.04 bit 11  **) PANEL LOSS Alarm: Connection fault to the Control Panel CDP 312 / DRIVES WINDOW Check: - Control Panel CDP 312 discon- nected? - Connection adapter or cable damaged? 9.05 bit 13  **) EXT ALARM External alarm at binary input (DI) selected by Parameter [P 15.24] An external alarm is activated by a ”Low sig- nal” at the binary input (DI) selected by Pa- rameter [P 15.24]. 9.05 bit 9  **) SPEED SCALE Alarm: Speed scaling out of range see parameter [P 50.01]. 9.05 bit 7 **) No Alarm Code available on seven segment display! ABB Automation Products GmbH Postfach 1180 D-68619 Lampertheim Tel: +49 (0) 62 06-5 03-0 Fax:+49 (0) 62 06-5 03-6 09 www.abb.com/motors&drives   *080R0501A0490000* Id en t. N o. : 3 A D W 0 00 0 80 R 05 01 R ev E 1 2_ 00

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