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施耐德 ATV21变频器产品目录(英文)

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Variable speed drives Altivar 21 06 Catalogue October For 3-phase asynchronous motors from 0.75 to 75 kW This international site allows you to access all the Telemecanique products in just 2 clicks via comprehensive range data-sheets, with direct links to: b Complete library: technical documents, catalogs, certificates, FAQs, brochures... b Selection guides from the e-catalog. b Product discovery sites and their Flash animations. You will also find illustrated overviews, news to which you can subscribe, a discussion forum, the list of country contacts... To live automation solutions every day! Flexibility b Interchangeable modular functions, to better meet the requirements for extensions b Software and accessories common to multiple product families Compactness b High functionality in a minimum of space b Freedom in implementation Ingenuity b Auto-adapts to its environment, "plug & play" b Application functions, control, communication and diagnostics embedded in the products b User-friendly operation either directly on the product or remotely Openness b Compliance with field bus, connection, and software standards b Enabling decentralised or remote surveillance via the web with Transparent Ready products Simplicity b Cost effective “optimum” offers that make selection easy for most typical applications b Products that are easy to understand for users, electricians and automation specialists b User-friendly intuitive programming 1 Contents 0 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors Altivar 21 1 Selection guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .page 2 b Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 4 b Variable speed drives Altivar 21 v Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 6 v Reduction of current harmonics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 12 v Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 14 v References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 16 b Options v Accessories, dialogue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 18 v Communication buses and networks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 23 v Additional EMC input filters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 25 b Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 26 b Schemes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 30 b Electromagnetic compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 32 b Motor starters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 34 b Mounting and installation recommendations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 38 b Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 48 b Communication via Modbus serial link . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 69 2 Selection guide 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Type of machine Simple machines Pumps and fans (Building (HVAC) (1) Power range for 50…60 Hz (kW) supply 0.18…2.2 0.18…15 0.75…75 Single phase 100…120 V (kW) 0.18…0.75 – – Single phase 200…240 V (kW) 0.18…2.2 0.18…2.2 – Three phase 200…230 V (kW) 0.18…2.2 – – Three phase 200…240 V (kW) – 0.18…15 0.75…30 Three phase 380…480 V (kW) – – 0.75…75 Three phase 380…500 V (kW) – 0.37…15 – Three phase 525…600 V (kW) – 0.75…15 – Drive Output frequency 0.5…200 Hz 0.5…500 Hz 0.5…200 Hz Type of control Asynchronous motor Sensorless flux vector control Sensorless flux vector control, voltage/frequency ratio (2 points), energy saving ratio Synchronous motor – – Transient overtorque 150…170% of the nominal motor torque 180% of the nominal motor torque for 2 seconds 110% of the nominal motor torque Functions Number of functions 26 50 50 Number of preset speeds 4 16 7 Number of I/O Analog inputs 1 3 2 Logic inputs 4 6 3 Analog outputs – 1 1 Logic outputs 1 – – Relay outputs 1 2 2 Communication Embedded – Modbus and CANopen Modbus Available as an option – Ethernet TCP/IP, DeviceNet, Fipio, Profibus DP LONWORKS, METASYS N2, APOGEE FLN, BACnet Cards (available as an option) – – – Standards and certifications IEC/EN 61800-5-1, IEC/EN 61800-3 (environments 1 and 2) EN 55011: Group 1, class A and class B e, UL, CSA, C-Tick, N998 EN 55011: Group 1, class A and class B with option card, e, UL, CSA, C-Tick, N998 EN 55011: Group 1, class A and class B with option card, e, UL, CSA, C-Tick, NOM 117 References ATV 11 ATV 31 ATV 21 Pages Please consult our “Soft starters and variable speed drives” catalogue 16 and 17 (1) Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning 3 1 1 Pumps and fans (Industry) Complex machines 0.37…630 0.37…500 – – 0.37…5.5 0.37…5.5 – – 0.75…90 0.37…75 0.75…630 0.75…500 – – – – 0,5…1000 Hz up to 37 kW, 0.5…500 Hz from 45 to 630 kW 1…1600 Hz up to 37 kW, 1…500 Hz from 45 to 500 kW Sensorless flux vector control, voltage/frequency ratio (2 or 5 points), energy saving ratio Flux vector control with or without sensor, voltage/frequency ratio (2 or 5 points), ENA System – Vector control without speed feedback 120…130% of the nominal motor torque for 60 seconds 220% of the nominal motor torque for 2 seconds 170% for 60 seconds > 100 > 150 8 16 2…4 2…4 6…20 6…20 1…3 1…3 0…8 0…8 2…4 2…4 Modbus and CANopen Ethernet TCP/IP, Fipio, Modbus Plus, INTERBUS, Profibus DP, Modbus/Uni-Telway, DeviceNet, LONWORKS, METASYS N2, APOGEE FLN, BACnet Ethernet TCP/IP, Fipio, Modbus Plus, INTERBUS, Profibus DP, Modbus/Uni-Telway, DeviceNet I/O extension cards, “Controller Inside” programmable card, multi-pump cards Encoder interface cards, I/O extension cards, “Controller Inside” programmable card IEC/EN 61800-5-1, IEC/EN 61800-3 (environments 1 and 2, C1 to C3), EN 55011, IEC/EN 61000-4-2/4-3/4-4/4-5/4-6/4-11 e, UL, CSA, DNV, C-Tick, NOM 117, GOST ATV 61 ATV 71 Please consult our “Soft starters and variable speed drives” catalogue 4 Presentation 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 The Altivar 21 drive is a frequency inverter for 0.75 kW to 75 kW three-phase asynchronous motors. It has been designed for state-of-the-art applications in heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) in the service industry: b Ventilation b Air conditioning b Pumping The Altivar 21 drive considerably improves building management by: b Providing a significant energy saving b Simplifying circuits by removing valves and flow control gates b Reducing noise pollution b Offering flexibility and ease of adjustment for installations The Altivar 21 drive was designed to ensure electromagnetic compatibility and to reduce current harmonics. Its various design versions make it possible to reduce installation costs by offering EMC class A or class B filters with the following advantages: b More compact size b Simplified wiring, thus reduced cost The Altivar 21 drive is easily integrated into building management as it offers several communication cards: b LONWORKS b BACnet b METASYS N2 b APOGEE FLN The Altivar 21 drive makes immediate operation of your applications possible as well as allowing settings to be changed quickly via the “Quick menu”. The Altivar 21 drive combines all the functions that your applications require: b Energy saving ratio, quadratic voltage/frequency ratio b Automatic catching of a spinning load with speed detection b Adaptation of current limiting according to speed b Noise and resonance suppression by means of the switching frequency, which is adjustable up to 16 kHz during operation b Preset speeds b Integrated PID regulator with preset references and automatic/manual (“Auto/Man.”) mode b Electricity and service hours meter b Switching of command channels (references and run command) using the LOC/REM key b Sleep/wake-up function b Automatic ramp adaptation b Ramp switching b Reference calibration and limitation b Switching of two motor rating plates The Altivar 21 drive combines all the protection functions that your applications require: b Motor and drive thermal protection, PTC thermal probe management b Protection against overloads and overcurrents in continuous operation b Machine mechanical protection via jump frequency function b Protection of the installation by means of underload and overload detection b Protection via multiple fault management and configurable alarms Installation safety is assured by means of the forced operation function with inhibition of faults, direction of operation and configurable references. Applications Ventilation application 1 00 07 4- 5 0- M Air conditioning application 10 42 73 -5 0 -M Pumping application 6 28 22 -5 0- M Functions Functions designed specifically for pumping and ventilation applications Protection functions Service continuity Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 Functions: pages 48 to 67 5 Presentation (continued) 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 The Altivar 21 drive has an integrated 7-segment display terminal. This terminal is used to identify and determine the active command channels (run command and speed reference). It is also enables: b Direct access to the last five modified parameters b Identification of the different factory-set parameters in the form of a list in a menu b Backup of the customer configuration The Altivar 21 drive offers a quick setup function in the form of its “Quick menu”, which includes the 10 key parameters for your installation (acceleration, deceleration, motor parameters, etc.). Flexibility and user-friendliness ATV 21HD75N4 ATV 21H075M3X ATV 21WD18N4, ATV 21WD18N4C ATV 21W075N4, ATV 21W075N4C A comprehensive offer The Altivar 21 range of variable speed drives extends across a range of motor power ratings from 0.75 kW to 75 kW with the following types of power supply: b 200…240 V three-phase, 0.75 kW to 30 kW, UL type 1/IP 20, (ATV 21HpppM3X) b 380…480 V three-phase, 0.75 kW to 75 kW, UL Type 1/IP 20, (ATV 21HpppN4) b 380…480 V three-phase, 0.75 kW to 75 kW, IP 54, (ATV 21WpppN4 and ATV 21WpppN4C) The Altivar 21 drive integrates the Modbus protocols as standard as well as numerous functions. With the communication cards offered (LONWORKS, METASYS N2, APOGEE FLN and BACnet) the Altivar 21 is the ideal drive for the building market (HVAC). The entire range conforms to international standards IEC/EN61800-5-1, IEC/EN61800-2, IEC/EN61800-3. It is UL, CSA, C-Tick and NOM 117 certified and has been developed to meet the requirements of directives regarding protection of the environment (RoHS, WEEE, etc.) as well as those of the European Directives to obtain the e mark. Electromagnetic compatibility EMC The incorporation of EMC filters in ATV 21ppppN4 drives and the recognition of EMC requirements simplifies installation and provides an economical means of ensuring machines meet e marking requirements. ATV 21WpppN4C drives have integrated class B EMC filters, which make them compliant with the requirements of EN 55011 (class B group 1) and IEC/EN 61800-3 (category C1) standards. ATV 21HpppM3X drives have been designed without an EMC filter. Filters are available as an option and can be installed by the user to reduce emission levels (see pages 24 and 25). Using technology based on a reduced capacitor, the Altivar 21 drive is operational straight away and without disturbance. There is no point adding options to deal with the current harmonics to obtain a THDI (1) of less than 35%. This THDI value is considerably less than the THDI of 48% imposed by the IEC/EN 61000-3-12 standard. The Altivar 21 drive removes the need and the cost of adding a line choke or a DC choke. Installation Altivar 21 drives are compact UL Type 1/IP 20 or IP 54 products which meet electromagnetic compatibility requirements and reduce current harmonics. This range reduces installation costs by optimizing the size of the enclosures (floor-standing, wall-mounted, etc.). Altivar 21 drives are designed to operate in an enclosure in an ambient temperature of: b - 40°C without derating b Up to 50°C with derating (see curves on pages 39 to 43) They can also be mounted side by side (see page 38). Altivar 21 drives can also be wall-mounted in compliance with UL type 1 requirements using kits VW3 A31 8pp and VW3 A9 ppp (see page 18). (1) THDI: Total current harmonic distortion 0 48 10020 40 60 80 120 THDI (%) Drive without choke Drive with 3% line choke Altivar 21 drive Reduced capacitor technology Drive with 5% line choke or DC choke THDI: Total current harmonic distortion (1) Typical use (2) Maximum THDI conforming to standard IEC/EN 61000-3-12 Reduced capacitor technology: reduction of current harmonics (2) (1) (1) (1) Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 Functions: pages 48 to 67 6 Characteristics 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 Environmental characteristics Conformity to standards Altivar 21 drives have been developed to conform to the strictest international standards and the recommendations relating to electrical industrial control devices (IEC, EN), in particular: low voltage, IEC/EN 61800-5-1, IEC/EN 61800-3 (conducted and radiated EMC immunity and emissions). EMC immunity IEC/EN 61800-3, environments 1 and 2 IEC/EN 61000-4-2 level 3 IEC/EN 61000-4-3 level 3 IEC/EN 61000-4-4 level 4 IEC/EN 61000-4-5 level 3 IEC/EN 61000-4-6 level 3 IEC/EN 61000-4-11 (1) Conducted and radiated EMC em issions for drives IEC/EN 61800-3, environments 1 and 2, category C1, C2 or C3 ATV 21HpppM3X With additional EMC filter (2): b EN 55011 class A group 1, IEC/EN 61800-3 category C2 or C3 b EN 55011 class B group 1, IEC/EN 61800-3 category C1 ATV 21HpppN4 EN 55011 class A group 1, IEC/EN 61800-3 category C2 or C3 With additional EMC filter (2): b EN 55011 class B group 1, IEC/EN 61800-3 category C1 ATV 21WpppN4 EN 55011 class A group 1, IEC/EN 61800-3 category C2 or C3 ATV 21WpppN4C EN 55011 class B group 1, IEC/EN 61800-3 category C1 e marking The drives have e marking in accordance with the European directives on low voltage (73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC) and EMC (89/336/EEC). Product certifications UL, CSA, C-Tick and NOM 117 Degree of protection IEC/EN 61800-5-1, IEC/EN 60529 ATV 21HpppM3X ATV 21HpppN4 IP 21 and IP 41 on upper part IP 20 without blanking plate on upper part of cover UL Type 1 with accessories VW3 A31 814…817 and VW3 A9 206…A9 208 (see page 18) ATV 21WpppN4 ATV 21WpppN4C IP 54 Vibration resistance 1.5 mm peak to peak from 3…13 Hz, 1 gn from 13…200 Hz, conforming to IEC/EN 60068-2-6 Shock resistance 15 gn for 11 ms conforming to IEC/EN 60068-2-27 Maximum ambient pollution ATV 21H075M3X…HD18M3X ATV 21H075N4…HD18N4 ATV 21W075N4…WD18N4 ATV 21W075N4C…WD18N4C Degree 2 conforming to IEC/EN 61800-5-1 ATV 21HD22M3X, HD30M3X ATV 21HD22N4…HD75N4 ATV 21WD22N4…WD75N4 ATV 21WD22N4C…WD75N4C Degree 3 conforming to IEC/EN 61800-5-1 Environmental conditions ATV 21HpppM3X ATV 21ppppN4 ATV 21WpppN4C IEC 60721-3-3 classes 3C1 and 3S2 Relative humidity 5…95% without condensation or dripping water conforming to IEC 60068-2-3 Ambient air temperature around the unit Operation °C For ATV 21HpppM3X and ATV 21HpppN4 drives: -10…+40 without derating. Up to 50°C with derating, see the derating curves on pages 39 to 43. For ATV 21WpppN4 and ATV 21WpppN4C drives: -10…+40 without derating. Up to +50°C with derating, see the derating curves on pages 44 and 45. Storage °C -25…+70 Maximum operating altitude m 1000 without derating 1000…3000 derating the current by 1% per additional 100 m. Limited to 2000 m for the “Corner Grounded” distribution network. Operating position Maximum permanent angle in relation to the normal vertical mounting position (1) Drive behaviour according to the drive configurations (see pages 60, 61, 64 and 65). (2) See table on page 25 to check permitted cable lengths. 10˚ 10˚ Presentation: pages 4 and 5 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 Functions: pages 48 to 67 7 Characteristics (continued) 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 Drive characteristics Output frequency range Hz 0.5…200 Configurable switching frequency ATV 21H075M3X…HD15M3X ATV 21H075N4…HD15N4 kHz Nominal switching frequency: 12 kHz without derating in continuous operation. Adjustable during operation from 6…16 kHz Above 12 kHz, see the derating curves on pages 39 to 41. ATV 21HD18M3X…HD30M3X ATV 21HD18N4…HD75N4 kHz Nominal switching frequency: 8 kHz without derating in continuous operation. Adjustable during operation from 6…16 kHz Above 8 kHz, see the derating curves on pages 40 to 43. ATV 21W075N4…WD15N4 ATV 21W075N4C…WD15N4C kHz Nominal switching frequency: 12 kHz without derating in continuous operation. Adjustable during operation from 6…16 kHz Above 12 kHz, see the derating curves on page 44. ATV 21WD18N4…WD75N4 ATV 21WD18N4C…WD75N4C kHz Nominal switching frequency: 8 kHz without derating in continuous operation. Adjustable during operation from 6…16 kHz Above 8 kHz, see the derating curves on pages 44 and 45. Speed range 1…10 Speed accuracy For a torque variation of 0.2 Tn to Tn ±10% of nominal slip, without speed feedback Torque accuracy ±15% Transient overtorque 120% of the nominal motor torque (typical value at ±10%) for 60 s Maximum transient current 110% of the nominal drive current for 60 s (typical value) Motor control profile Asynchronous motor Energy saving ratio Quadratic voltage/frequency ratio Constant voltage/frequency ratio Constant voltage/frequency ratio with automatic IR compensation Sensorless Flux Vector Control (FVC) (current vector) Synchronous motor Current flux vector control without speed feedback Frequency loop PI regulator with adjustable structure for a speed response adapted to the machine (accuracy, speed) Slip compensation Automatic whatever the load. Can be suppressed or adjusted Not available with voltage/frequency ratios Electrical power characteristics Power supply Voltage V 200 - 15%...240 + 10% three-phase for ATV 21HpppM3X 380 - 15%...480 + 10% three-phase for ATV 21ppppN4 and ATV 21WpppN4C Frequency Hz 50 - 5%...60 + 5% Signalling 1 red LED: LED lit indicates the presence of voltage on the drive DC bus Output voltage Maximum three-phase voltage equal to line supply voltage Drive noise level Conforming to directive 86-188/EEC ATV 21H075M3X…HU75M3X ATV 21H075N4…HD11N4 dBA 51 ATV 21HD11M3X…HD18M3X ATV 21HD15N4, HD18N4 dBA 54 ATV 21HD22M3X ATV 21HD22N4, HD30N4 dBA 59.9 ATV 21HD30M3X dBA 63.7 ATV 21HD37N4, HD45N4 dBA 64 ATV 21HD55N4, HD75N4 dBA 63.7 ATV 21W075N4…WU22N4 ATV 21W075N4C…WU22N4C dBA 48 ATV 21WU30N4…WU75N4 ATV 21WU30N4C…WU75N4C dBA 55 ATV 21WD11N4, WD15N4 ATV 21WD11N4C, WD15N4C dBA 57.4 ATV 21WD18N4 ATV 21WD18N4C dBA 60.2 ATV 21WD22N4, WD30N4 ATV 21WD22N4C, WD30N4C dBA 59.9 ATV 21WD37N4, WD45N4 ATV 21WD37N4C, WD45N4C dBA 64 ATV 21WD55N4, WD75N4 ATV 21WD55N4C, WD75N4C dBA 63.7 Electrical isolation Between power and control (inputs, outputs, power supplies) Presentation: pages 4 and 5 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 Functions: pages 48 to 67 8 Characteristics (continued) 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 Connection cable characteristics Type of cable for Mounting in an enclosure Single-strand IEC cable, ambient temperature 45°C, copper 90°C XLPE/EPR or copper 70°C PVC Mounting in an enclosure with a UL Type 1 kit 3-strand UL 508 cable except for choke (2-strand UL 508 cable), ambient temperature 40°C, copper 75°C PVC Connection characteristics (terminals for the power supply and the motor) Drive terminals L1/R, L2/S, L3/T U/T1, V/T2, W/T3 Maximum wire size and tightening torque ATV 21H075M3X…HU22M3X 1.5 mm2, AWG 14 1.4 Nm ATV 21HU30M3X 2.5 mm2, AWG 12 1.4 Nm ATV 21HU40M3X 2.5 mm2, AWG 10 1.4 Nm ATV 21HU55M3X 6 mm2, AWG 8 2.8 Nm ATV 21HU75M3X 10 mm2, AWG 8 2.8 Nm ATV 21HD11M3X 16 mm2, AWG 6 5 Nm ATV 21HD15M3X 25 mm2, AWG 4 5 Nm ATV 21HD18M3X 35 mm2, AWG 3 5 Nm ATV 21HD22M3X 35 mm2, AWG 2 12 Nm ATV 21HD30M3X 70 mm2, AWG 1/0 41 Nm ATV 21H075N4…HU55N4 2 mm2, AWG 14 1.4 Nm ATV 21HU75N4 2 mm2, AWG 12 2.8 Nm ATV 21HD11N4 3.5 mm2, AWG 10 2.8 Nm ATV 21HD15N4 5.5 mm2, AWG 8 5 Nm ATV 21HD18N4 8 mm2, AWG 8 5 Nm ATV 21HD22N4 14 mm2, AWG 6 12 Nm ATV 21HD30N4 22 mm2, AWG 4 12 Nm ATV 21HD37N4, HD45N4 50 mm2, AWG 1/0 24 Nm, 212 lb.in ATV 21HD55N4, HD75N4 150 mm2, 300 kcmil 41 Nm, 360 lb.in ATV 21W075N4…WU55N4 ATV 21W075N4C…WU55N4C 1.5 mm2, AWG 14 1.4 Nm ATV 21WU75N4 ATV 21WU75N4C 2.5 mm2, AWG 12 2.8 Nm ATV 21WD11N4 ATV 21WD11N4C 4 mm2, AWG 10 4 Nm ATV 21WD15N4 ATV 21WD15N4C 6 mm2, AWG 8 4 Nm ATV 21WD18N4 ATV 21WD18N4C 10 mm2, AWG 8 4 Nm ATV 21WD22N4 ATV 21WD22N4C 16 mm2, AWG 6 12 Nm ATV 21WD30N4 ATV 21WD30N4C 25 mm2, AWG 4 41 Nm ATV 21WD37N4, WD45N4 ATV 21WD37N4C, WD45N4C 50 mm2, AWG 1/0 8 Nm, 70.8 lb.in 50 mm2, AWG 1/0 24 Nm, 212 lb.in ATV 21WD55N4, WD75N4 ATV 21WD55N4C, WD75N4C 150 mm2, 250 kcmil 20 Nm, 177 lb.in 150 mm2, 300 kcmil 41 Nm, 360 lb.in Presentation: pages 4 and 5 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 Functions: pages 48 to 67 9 Characteristics (continued) 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 Electrical control characteristics Internal supplies available Short-circuit and overload protection: b 1 x 10.5 V c ±5% supply for the reference potentiometer (1 to 10 kΩ), maximum current 10 mA b 1 x 24 V c supply (min. 21 V, max. 27 V), maximum current 200 mA Analog inputs VIA Switch-configurable current or voltage analog input: b Voltage analog input 0...10 V c, impedance 30 kΩ (max. safe voltage 24 V) b Current analog input X-Y mA by programming X and Y from 0 to 20 mA, with im pedance 242 Ω Max. sampling time: 2 ms ±0.5 ms Resolution: 11 bits Accuracy: ±0.6% for a temperature variation of 60°C Linearity: ±0.15% of the maximum value This analog input is also configurable as a logic input (see page 31). VIB Voltage analog input, configurable as an analog input or as a PTC probe input. Voltage analog input: b 0...10 V c, impedance 30 kΩ (max. safe voltage 24 V) b Max. sampling time: 2 ms ±0.5 ms b Resolution: 11 bits b Accuracy: ±0.6% for a temperature variation of 60°C b Linearity: ±0.15% of the maximum value PTC probe input: b 6 probes max. mounted in series b Nominal value < 1.5 kΩ b Trip resistance 3 kΩ, reset value 1.8 kΩ b Short-circuit protection < 50 Ω Analog output FM 1 switch-configurable voltage or current analog output: b Voltage analog output 0...10 V c, minimum load impedance 470 Ω b Current analog output X-Y mA by programming X and Y from 0 to 20 mA, maximum load impedance 500 Ω Max. sampling time: 2 ms ±0.5 ms Resolution: 10 bits Accuracy: ±1% for a temperature variation of 60°C Linearity: ±0.2% Configurable relay outputs FLA, FLB, FLC 1 relay logic output, one “N/C” contact and one “N/O” contact with common point Minimum switching capacity: 3 mA for 24 V c Maximum switching capacity: b On resistive load (cos ϕ = 1): 5 A for 250 V a or 30 V c b On inductive load (cos ϕ = 0.4 and L/R = 7 ms): 2 A for 250 V a or 30 V c Max. response time: 7 ms ±0.5 ms Electrical service life: 100,000 operations RY, RC 1 relay logic output, one “N/O” contact Minimum switching capacity: 3 mA for 24 V c Maximum switching capacity: b On resistive load (cos ϕ = 1): 5 A for 250 V a or 30 V c b On inductive load (cos ϕ = 0.4 and L/R = 7 ms): 2 A for 250 V a or 30 V c Max. response time: 7 ms ±0.5 ms Electrical service life: 100,000 operations Logic inputs F, R, RES 3 programmable logic inputs, 24 V c , compatible with level 1 PLC, IEC 65A-68 standard Impedance: 3.5 kΩ Maximum voltage: 30 V Max. sampling time: 2 ms ±0.5 ms Multiple assignment makes it possible to configure several functions on one input Positive logic (Source) State 0 if y 5 V or logic input not wired, state 1 if u 11 V Negative logic (Sink) State 0 if u 16 V or logic input not wired, state 1 if y 10 V Maximum I/O wire size and tightening torque 2.5 mm2 (AWG 14) 0.6 Nm Presentation: pages 4 and 5 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 Functions: pages 48 to 67 10 Characteristics (continued) 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 Electrical control characteristics (continued) Acceleration and deceleration ramps Ramp profiles: b Linear, can be adjusted separately from 0.01 to 3200 s b Automatic adaptation of acceleration and deceleration ramp times based on the load. Braking to a standstill By DC injection by a command on a programmable logic input. Period adjustable from 0 to 20s or continuous, current adjustable from 0 to ln, frequency threshold adjustable from 0 to the maximum frequency. Main drive protection and safety features Thermal protection: b Against overheating b Of the power stage Protection against: b Short-circuits between motor phases b Input phase breaks b Overcurrents between output phases and earth b Overvoltages on the DC bus b A break on the control circuit b Exceeding the limit speed Safety function for: b Line supply overvoltage and undervoltage b Input phase loss Motor protection (see page 63) Thermal protection integrated in drive via continuous calculation of I2t taking speed into account: b Memorization of the motor thermal state b Function can be modified via operator dialogue terminals, depending on the type of motor (force-cooled or self-cooled) Protection against motor phase breaks Protection with PTC probes Dielectric strength ATV 21HpppM3X Between earth and power terminals: 2830 V c Between control and power terminals: 4230 V c ATV 21ppppN4 ATV 21WpppN4C Between earth and power terminals: 3535 V c Between control and power terminals: 5092 V c Insulation resistance to earth > 1 MΩ (electrical isolation) 500 V c for 1 minute Frequency resolution Display units Hz 0.1 Analog inputs Hz 0.024/50 Hz (11 bits) Presentation: pages 4 and 5 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 Functions: pages 48 to 67 11 Characteristics (continued) 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 Communication port characteristics Protocol Modbus Structure Connector 1 RJ45 connector Physical interface 2-wire RS 485 Transmission mode RTU Transmission speed Configurable via the display terminal: 9600 bps or 19200 bps Format Configurable via the terminal: - 8 bits, odd parity, 1 stop - 8 bits, even parity, 1 stop - 8 bits, no parity, 1 stop Polarization No polarization impedances These should be provided by the wiring system (for example, in the master) Address 1 to 247, configurable via the display terminal Services Messaging Read Holding Registers (03) 2 words maximum Write Single Register (06) Write Multiple Registers (16) 2 words maximum Read Device Identification (43) Communication monitoring Can be inhibited. “Time out”, which can be set between 0.1 s and 100 s Presentation: pages 4 and 5 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 Functions: pages 48 to 67 12 Presentation 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 Reduction of current harmonics (1) Total current harmonic distortion. (2) Maximum total conforming to standard IEC/EN 61000-3-12. (3) Example of current harmonic levels up to harmonic order 49 for a 230 V 50 Hz supply with reduced capacitor technology. (4) Total harmonic distortion conforming to standard IEC 61000-3-12. Presentation The traditional solutions for reducing current harmonics are as follows: b Line chokes b DC chokes These solutions typically reduce the THDI (1) to a level less than 48% (2). If a choke is not added, the THDI is generally between 60 and 130% (see diagram opposite). Depending on their type, these external or internal chokes are most often offered as an option and have the following disadvantages: b Increased cost b Increased installation time b Increased overall size b Increased drive losses with a DC choke In order to overcome these disadvantages, the Altivar 21 drive integrates new technology: reduced capacitor technology. This integrated technology makes it possible to obtain a THDI (1) less than 35% without having to add a choke, offering the following advantages: b Optimized technology through the reduction of current harmonics by decreasing the filter capacitors b Greater reduction of current harmonics compared with traditional solutions, line chokes and DC chokes b Quick setup b Reduced costs 0 48 10020 40 60 80 120 THDI (%) Drive without choke Drive with 3% line choke Altivar 21 drive Reduced capacitor technology Drive with 5% line choke or DC choke THDI: Total current harmonic distortion (1) Typical use (2) Maximum THDI conforming to standard IEC/EN 61000-3-12 THDI based on the technologies used (2) (1) (1) (1) M1 3 L1 L2 L3 Altivar 21 Reduced capacitor technology Example of current harmonic levels for ATV 21HpppM3X drives (3) Motor For ATV 21 drives Line supply Current harmonic levels THD power Line current Line Isc H1 H5 H7 H11 H13 H17 H19 H23 H25 H29 H31 H35 H37 H41 H43 H47 H49 (4) kW HP A kA A % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % Three-phase supply voltage: 230 V 50 Hz 0.75 1 H075M3X 2.83 5 2.7 17.8 17.9 8.9 9.6 5.8 6.6 4.3 5.1 3.4 4.2 2.8 3.6 2.3 3.2 2 2.9 31.3 1.5 2 HU15M3X 5.29 5 5.03 17.7 18.2 8.7 9.8 5.7 6.9 4.1 5.4 3.3 4.5 2.7 4 2.4 3.7 2.3 3.7 31.6 2.2 3 HU22M3X 7.56 5 7.2 17.1 18 8.5 9.6 5.5 6.7 4 5.2 3.1 4.3 2.5 3.7 2.1 3.4 2 3.3 30.7 3 – HU30M3X 10.31 5 9.68 17.6 18.6 8.5 10 5.4 7.3 4 5.9 3.4 5.3 3.9 5.8 9.3 12.2 7.8 1 32.4 4 5 HU40M3X 13.45 5 12.73 16.9 18.3 8.2 9.9 5.2 6.9 3.7 5.4 3 4.7 3.2 4.7 7.4 10 6.1 0.8 31.1 5.5 7.5 HU55M3X 18.09 22 17.27 17.1 17.8 8.7 9.5 5.7 6.5 4.1 5 3.2 4.1 2.6 3.5 2.2 3.1 1.9 2.8 30.7 7.5 10 HU75M3X 24.36 22 23.22 17.1 18 8.6 9.6 5.6 6.7 4.1 5.2 3.2 4.3 2.6 3.7 2.3 3.3 2.1 3.2 30.8 11 15 HD11M3X 35.7 22 33.4 18 19 8.6 10 5.6 7.9 4.3 6.9 4.3 7.2 7.1 11.3 11.3 4.3 3.8 0.6 35.5 15 20 HD15M3X 47.6 22 44.92 16.9 18.6 8.1 10 5.1 7.5 3.7 6.3 3.3 6.2 5.3 9.9 9.9 3 2.9 0.8 33.3 18.5 25 HD18M3X 57.98 22 54.96 16.5 18.4 7.9 10 4.9 7.1 3.4 5.8 2.7 5.5 4 8.9 9 3 2.3 1.4 32 22 30 HD22M3X 69.01 22 65.08 16.3 18.8 7.6 10 4.6 7.8 3.2 7.1 3.8 11.2 12.2 4.9 2.7 1.8 1.5 1.3 35 30 40 HD30M3X 93.03 22 88.51 16 18.3 7.5 9.9 4.4 6.9 2.9 5.8 2.9 8.3 8.9 4.8 1.9 2.3 1.1 1.6 32.1 Presentation: pages 4 and 5 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: pages 16 and 17 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 13 Presentation (continued) 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 Reduction of current harmonics Example of current harmonic levels for ATV 21HpppN4 drives (1) Motor For ATV 21 drives Line supply Current harmonic levels THD power Line current Line Isc H1 H5 H7 H11 H13 H17 H19 H23 H25 H29 H31 H35 H37 H41 H43 H47 H49 (2) kW HP A kA A % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % Three-phase supply voltage: 400 V 50 Hz 0.75 1 H075N4 1.64 5 1.55 19.2 18.3 9.4 9.9 6.1 6.8 4.5 5.3 3.6 4.4 3 3.8 2.6 3.4 2.3 3.1 32.8 1.5 2 HU15N4 3.03 5 2.89 17.5 17.8 8.8 9.5 5.8 6.5 4.3 5 3.4 4.1 2.8 3.5 2.3 3 2 2.7 30.9 2.2 3 HU22N4 4.33 5 4.14 17.2 17.7 8.7 9.4 5.7 6.4 4.2 4.9 3.3 4 2.7 3.3 2.2 2.9 1.9 2.6 30.5 3 – HU30N4 5.83 5 5.56 17.4 18.1 8.6 9.7 5.6 6.8 4.1 5.3 3.2 4.4 2.6 3.8 2.3 3.5 2.1 3.4 31.2 4 5 HU40N4 7.66 5 7.3 17 17.9 8.5 9.6 5.5 6.6 4 5.1 3.1 4.2 2.5 3.6 2.1 3.3 1.9 3.1 30.6 5.5 7.5 HU55N4 10.4 22 9.93 17.2 17.6 8.8 9.3 5.8 6.3 4.3 4.8 3.4 3.9 2.8 3.3 2.3 2.8 2 2.5 30.5 7.5 10 HU75N4 13.98 22 13.34 17.3 17.9 8.7 9.5 5.7 6.5 4.2 5 3.3 4.1 2.7 3.5 2.3 3.1 2 2.8 30.9 11 15 HD11N4 20.13 22 19.23 17 17.7 8.7 9.4 5.7 6.4 4.2 4.9 3.2 4 2.6 3.3 2.2 2.9 1.9 2.6 30.4 15 20 HD15N4 27.14 22 25.83 17.1 18.1 8.5 9.7 5.5 6.8 4 5.3 3.1 4.4 2.6 3.9 2.3 3.6 2.4 3.6 30.9 18.5 25 HD18N4 33.17 22 31.61 16.8 18 8.4 9.6 5.5 6.7 3.9 5.1 3 4.2 2.5 3.7 2.2 3.4 2.2 3.4 30.5 22 30 HD22N4 39.38 22 37.45 16.8 18.1 8.3 9.8 5.3 6.8 3.8 5.3 2.9 4.5 2.5 4.1 2.6 4.2 4.2 5.7 30.7 30 40 HD30N4 53.18 22 50.7 16.6 17.9 8.2 9.6 5.2 6.5 3.7 5 2.8 4 2.2 3.5 2.1 3.4 3.3 5.3 30 37 50 HD37N4 65.57 22 62.24 16.5 18.1 8.1 9.7 5.1 6.6 3.6 5.1 2.8 4.2 3 4.2 8.5 9.5 4.2 0.9 30.3 45 60 HD45N4 79.97 22 76.14 16.3 18.1 8.1 9.7 5.1 6.6 3.6 5.1 2.8 4.3 2.9 4.3 7.5 6.9 3.5 0.5 30.2 55 75 HD55N4 99.3 22 94.36 16 18.9 7.8 10 5.2 8.1 5 7.7 8.7 4.8 4 0.2 1.9 0.9 1.2 0.9 32.7 75 100 HD75N4 137.3 22 131.07 15.4 18.9 7.5 10 4.9 7.6 4.4 6.7 7.3 3 3.1 0.6 1.5 0.9 0.9 0.8 31.1 Example of current harmonic levels for ATV 21WpppN4 and WpppN4C drives (1) Three-phase supply voltage: 400 V 50 Hz Motor For ATV 21 drives Line supply Current harmonic levels THD power Line current Line Isc H1 H5 H7 H11 H13 H17 H19 H23 H25 H29 H31 H35 H37 H41 H43 H47 H49 (2) kW HP A kA A % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % 0.75 1 W075N4 W075N4C 1.64 5 1.55 19.2 18.3 9.4 9.9 6.1 6.8 4.5 5.3 3.6 4.4 3.0 3.8 2.6 3.4 2.3 3.1 32.8 1.5 2 WU15N4 WU15N4C 3.03 5 2.89 17.5 17.8 8.8 9.5 5.8 6.5 4.3 5.0 3.4 4.1 2.8 3.5 2.3 3.0 2.0 2.7 30.9 2.2 3 WU22N4 WU22N4C 4.33 5 4.14 17.2 17.7 8.7 9.4 5.7 6.4 4.2 4.9 3.3 4.0 2.7 3.3 2.2 2.9 1.9 2.6 30.5 3 – WU30N4 WU30N4C 5.83 5 5.56 17.4 18.1 8.6 9.7 5.6 6.8 4.1 5.3 3.2 4.4 2.6 3.8 2.3 3.5 2.1 3.4 31.2 4 5 WU40N4 WU40N4C 7.66 5 7.30 17.0 17.9 8.5 9.6 5.5 6.6 4.0 5.1 3.1 4.2 2.5 3.6 2.1 3.3 1.9 3.1 30.6 5.5 7.5 WU55N4 WU55N4C 10.40 22 9.93 17.2 17.6 8.8 9.3 5.8 6.3 4.3 4.8 3.4 3.9 2.8 3.3 2.3 2.8 2.0 2.5 30.5 7.5 10 WU75N4 WU75N4C 13.98 22 13.34 17.3 17.9 8.7 9.5 5.7 6.5 4.2 5.0 3.3 4.1 2.7 3.5 2.3 3.1 2.0 2.8 30.9 11 15 WD11N4 WD11N4C 20.17 22 19.23 17.2 18.0 8.6 9.6 5.6 6.7 4.1 5.2 3.2 4.3 2.6 3.7 2.3 3.3 2.1 3.1 30.9 15 20 WD15N4 WD15N4C 27.07 22 25.85 16.9 17.8 8.5 9.5 5.6 6.5 4.0 5.0 3.1 4.1 2.5 3.5 2.1 3.1 1.9 2.8 30.4 18.5 25 WD18N4 WD18N4C 33.22 22 31.62 16.9 18.0 8.4 9.7 5.4 6.7 3.9 5.2 3.0 4.4 2.5 3.8 2.3 3.6 2.6 3.8 30.7 22 30 WD22N4 WD22N4C 39.38 22 37.45 16.8 18.1 8.3 9.8 5.3 6.8 3.8 5.3 2.9 4.5 2.5 4.1 2.6 4.2 4.2 5.7 30.7 30 40 WD30N4 WD30N4C 53.18 22 50.70 16.6 17.9 8.2 9.6 5.2 6.5 3.7 5.0 2.8 4.0 2.2 3.5 2.1 3.4 3.3 5.3 30.0 37 50 WD37N4 WD37N4C 65.57 22 62.24 16.5 18.1 8.1 9.7 5.1 6.6 3.6 5.1 2.8 4.2 3.0 4.2 8.5 9.5 4.2 0.9 30.3 45 60 WD45N4 WD45N4C 79.97 22 76.14 16.3 18.1 8.1 9.7 5.1 6.6 3.6 5.1 2.8 4.3 2.9 4.3 7.5 6.9 3.5 0.5 30.2 55 75 WD55N4 WD55N4C 99.30 22 94.36 16.0 18.9 7.8 10.0 5.2 8.1 5.0 7.7 8.7 4.8 4.0 0.2 1.9 0.9 1.2 0.9 32.7 75 100 WD75N4 WD75N4C 137.30 22 131.07 15.4 18.9 7.5 10.0 4.9 7.6 4.4 6.7 7.3 3.0 3.1 0.6 1.5 0.9 0.9 0.8 31.1 (1) Example of current harmonic levels up to harmonic order 49 for a 400 V 50 Hz supply with reduced capacitor technology. (2) Total harmonic distortion conforming to standard IEC/EN 61000-3-12. Presentation: pages 4 and 5 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: pages 16 and 17 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 14 Operation 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 (1) For power ratings y 250 W, motor derating is 20% instead of 50% at very low frequencies. (2) The motor nominal frequency and the maximum output frequency can be adjusted from 10 to 200 Hz. Check the mechanical overspeed characteristics of the selected motor with the manufacturer. Torque characteristics (typical curves) The curves below define the available continuous torque and transient overtorque for both force-cooled and self-cooled motors. The only difference is in the ability of the motor to provide a high continuous torque at less than half the nominal speed. Open loop applications 1 Self-cooled motor: continuous useful torque (1) 2 Force-cooled motor: continuous useful torque 3 Overtorque for 60 seconds maximum 4 Torque in overspeed at constant power (2) Motor thermal protection Altivar 21 drives feature thermal protection designed specifically for self-cooled or forced-cooled variable speed motors. This motor thermal protection is designed for a maximum ambient temperature of 40°C around the motor. If the temperature around the motor exceeds 40°C, thermal protection should be provided directly by thermistor probes (PTC) integrated in the motor. The probes are managed directly by the drive. 1,75 1,50 1,25 2,25 1 2 0,95 1,20 0,75 0,50 0,25 0 0 25/30 50/60 75/90 100/120 1 2 4 3 Hz Open loop applications T/Tn Presentation: pages 4 and 5 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 Functions: pages 48 to 67 15 Operation (continued) 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 Special uses Using Altivar 21 drives with synchronous motors Altivar 21 drives are also suitable for powering synchronous motors (sinusoidal electromotive force) in open loop mode and are used to achieve performance levels comparable to those associated with an asynchronous motor in sensorless flux vector control. This drive/motor combination makes it possible to obtain remarkable speed accuracy and maximum torque even at zero speed. The design and construction of synchronous motors are such that they offer enhanced power density and high- speed performance in a compact unit. Drive control for synchronous motors does not cause stalling. Connecting motors in parallel One of the following motor control ratios must be used in order to connect motors in parallel: b Quadratic voltage/frequency ratio b Constant voltage/frequency ratio b Constant voltage/frequency ratio with automatic IR compensation The nominal current of the drive must be greater than or equal to the sum of the currents of the motors to be controlled. In this case, provide external thermal protection for each motor using probe or thermal overload relays. For cable runs over a certain length, taking account of all the tap links, it is advisable either to install an output filter between the drive and the motors. If several motors are used in parallel, there are two possible scenarios: b The motors have equal power ratings, in which case the torque characteristics will remain optimized after the drive has been configured b The motors have different power ratings, in which case the torque characteristics will not be optimized for all the motors Switching the motor at the drive output The drive can be switched when locked or unlocked. If the drive is switched on-the- fly (drive unlocked), the motor is controlled and accelerates until it reaches the reference speed smoothly following the acceleration ramp. This use requires configuration of the automatic catching a spinning load ("catch on the fly") and the motor phase loss on output cut functions. Typical applications: b Loss of safety circuit at drive output b Bypass function b Switching of motors connected in parallel Test on a low power motor or without a motor In a testing or maintenance environment the drive can be checked without having to switch to a motor with the same rating as the drive (particularly useful in the case of high power drives). This use requires deactivation of motor phase loss function. M1 In1 M2 Mx In2 Inx In drive > In1 + In2 +…Inx Connecting motors in parallel Altivar 21 N t1 KM1 0 1 t2 t t M KM1 KM1: Output contactor t1: Deceleration without ramp (freewheel) t2: Acceleration with ramp N: Speed Altivar 21 Example of loss of output contactor Presentation: pages 4 and 5 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 Functions: pages 48 to 67 16 References 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 UL Type 1/IP 20 drives UL Type 1/IP 20 drives without EMC filter Motor Line supply Altivar 21 Power indicated on plate (1) Line current (2) Apparent power Maximum prospective line Isc Max. continuous current (1) Max. transient current for 60 s Reference Weight 200 V 240 V 240 V 230 V kW HP A A kVA kA A A kg Three phase supply voltage: 200…240 V 50/60 Hz 0.75 1 3.3 2.7 1.8 5 4.6 5.1 ATV 21H075M3X 1.800 1.5 2 6.1 5.1 2.9 5 7.5 8.3 ATV 21HU15M3X 1.800 2.2 3 8.7 7.3 4.0 5 10.6 11.7 ATV 21HU22M3X 1.800 3 – 11.9 10.0 5.2 5 13.7 15.1 ATV 21HU30M3X 3.050 4 5 15.7 13.0 6.7 5 17.5 19.3 ATV 21HU40M3X 3.050 5.5 7.5 20.8 17.3 9.2 22 24.2 26.6 ATV 21HU55M3X 6.100 7.5 10 27.9 23.3 12.2 22 32.0 35.2 ATV 21HU75M3X 6.100 11 15 42.1 34.4 17.6 22 46.2 50.8 ATV 21HD11M3X 11.550 15 20 56.1 45.5 23.2 22 61 67.1 ATV 21HD15M3X 11.550 18.5 25 67.3 55.8 28.5 22 74.8 82.3 ATV 21HD18M3X 11.550 22 30 80.4 66.4 33.5 22 88 96.8 ATV 21HD22M3X 27.400 30 40 113.3 89.5 44.6 22 117 128.7 ATV 21HD30M3X 38.650 IP 20/UL Type 1 drives with an integrated class A EMC filter Motor Line supply Altivar 21 Power indicated on plate (1) Line current (2) Apparent power Maximum prospective line Isc Max. continuous current (1) Max. transient current for 60 s Reference Weight 380 V 480 V 380 V 380 V/460 V kW HP A A kVA kA A A kg Three phase supply voltage: 380…480 V 50/60 Hz 0.75 1 1.7 1.4 1.6 5 2.2 2.4 ATV 21H075N4 2.000 1.5 2 3.2 2.5 2.8 5 3.7 4 ATV 21HU15N4 2.000 2.2 3 4.6 3.6 3.9 5 5.1 5.6 ATV 21HU22N4 2.000 3 – 6.2 4.9 5.5 5 7.2 7.9 ATV 21HU30N4 3.350 4 5 8.1 6.4 6.9 5 9.1 10 ATV 21HU40N4 3.350 5.5 7.5 10.9 8.6 9.1 22 12 13.2 ATV 21HU55N4 3.350 7.5 10 14.7 11.7 12.2 22 16 17.6 ATV 21HU75N4 6.450 11 15 21.1 16.8 17.1 22 22.5 24.8 ATV 21HD11N4 6.450 15 20 28.5 22.8 23.2 22 30.5 33.6 ATV 21HD15N4 11.650 18.5 25 34.8 27.8 28.2 22 37 40.7 ATV 21HD18N4 11.650 22 30 41.6 33.1 33.2 22 43.5 47.9 ATV 21HD22N4 26.400 30 40 56.7 44.7 44.6 22 58.5 64.4 ATV 21HD30N4 26.400 37 50 68.9 54.4 52 22 79 86.9 ATV 21HD37N4 38.100 45 60 83.8 65.9 61.9 22 94 103.4 ATV 21HD45N4 38.100 55 75 102.7 89 76.3 22 116 127.6 ATV 21HD55N4 55.400 75 100 141.8 111.3 105.3 22 160 176 ATV 21HD75N4 55.400 (1) These values are given for a nominal frequency switching of 12 kHz up to ATV 21HD15M3X and up to ATV 21HD15N4 or 8 kHz for ATV 21HD18M3X…HD30M3X and ATV 21HD18N4...HD75N4 drives for use in continuous operation. The switching frequency is adjustable from 6…16 kHz for all ratings. Above 8 or 12 kHz, depending on the rating, the drive reduces the switching frequency itself in the event of an excessive temperature rise. For continuous operation above the nominal switching frequency, derate the nominal drive current (see derating curves on pages 39 to 43). (2) Typical value for the indicated motor power and for the maximum prospective line Isc. P F 10 64 78 -1 4- M ATV 21H075M3X P F 10 6 48 1- 24 -M ATV 21HU75N4 P F 10 64 82 -3 2- M ATV 21HD75N4 Presentation: pages 4 and 5 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 Dimensions: pages 26 and 27 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 Functions: pages 48 to 67 17 References (continued) 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 IP 54 drives IP 54 drives with an integrated class A EMC filter Motor Line supply Altivar 21 Power indicated on plate (1) Line current (2) Apparent power Maximum prospective line Isc Max. continuous current (1) Max. transient current for 60 s Reference Weight 380 V 480 V 380 V 380 V/460 V kW HP A A kVA kA A A kg Three phase supply voltage: 380…480 V 50/60 Hz 0.75 1 1.7 1.4 1.6 5 2.2 2.4 ATV 21W075N4 7.000 1.5 2 3.2 2.5 2.8 5 3.7 4 ATV 21WU15N4 7.000 2.2 3 4.6 3.6 3.9 5 5.1 5.6 ATV 21WU22N4 7.000 3 – 6.2 4.9 5.5 5 7.2 7.9 ATV 21WU30N4 9.650 4 5 8.1 6.4 6.9 5 9.1 10 ATV 21WU40N4 9.650 5.5 7.5 10.9 8.6 9.1 22 12 13.2 ATV 21WU55N4 9.650 7.5 10 14.7 11.7 12.2 22 16 17.6 ATV 21WU75N4 10.950 11 15 21.2 16.9 17.1 22 22.5 24.8 ATV 21WD11N4 30.300 15 20 28.4 22.6 23.2 22 30.5 33.6 ATV 21WD15N4 30.300 18.5 25 34.9 27.8 28.2 22 37 40.7 ATV 21WD18N4 37.400 22 30 41.6 33.1 33.2 22 43.5 47.9 ATV 21WD22N4 49.500 30 40 56.7 44.7 44.6 22 58.5 64.4 ATV 21WD30N4 49.500 37 50 68.9 54.4 52 22 79 86.9 ATV 21WD37N4 57.400 45 60 83.8 65.9 61.9 22 94 103.4 ATV 21WD45N4 57.400 55 75 102.7 89 76.3 22 116 127.6 ATV 21WD55N4 61.900 75 100 141.8 111.3 105.3 22 160 176 ATV 21WD75N4 61.900 IP 54 drives with an integrated class B EMC filter Motor Line supply Altivar 21 Power indicated on plate (1) Line current (2) Apparent power Maximum prospective line Isc Max. continuous current (1) Max. transient current for 60 s Reference Weight 380 V 480 V 380 V 380 V/460 V kW HP A A kVA kA A A kg Three phase supply voltage: 380…480 V 50/60 Hz 0.75 1 1.7 1.4 1.6 5 2.2 2.4 ATV 21W075N4C 7.500 1.5 2 3.2 2.6 2.8 5 3.7 4 ATV 21WU15N4C 7.500 2.2 3 4.6 3.7 3.9 5 5.1 5.6 ATV 21WU22N4C 7.500 3 – 6.2 5 5.5 5 7.2 7.9 ATV 21WU30N4C 10.550 4 5 8.2 6.5 6.9 5 9.1 10 ATV 21WU40N4C 10.550 5.5 7.5 11 8.7 9.1 22 12 13.2 ATV 21WU55N4C 10.550 7.5 10 14.7 11.7 12.2 22 16 17.6 ATV 21WU75N4C 11.850 11 15 21.1 16.7 17.1 22 22.5 24.8 ATV 21WD11N4C 36.500 15 20 28.4 22.8 23.2 22 30.5 33.6 ATV 21WD15N4C 36.500 18.5 25 34.5 27.6 23.2 22 37 40.7 ATV 21WD18N4C 45.000 22 30 41.1 33.1 33.2 22 43.5 47.9 ATV 21WD22N4C 58.500 30 40 58.2 44.4 44.6 22 58.5 64.4 ATV 21WD30N4C 58.500 37 50 68.9 54.4 52 22 79 86.9 ATV 21WD37N4C 77.400 45 60 83.8 65.9 61.9 22 94 103.4 ATV 21WD45N4C 77.400 55 75 102.7 89 76.3 22 116 127.6 ATV 21WD55N4C 88.400 75 100 141.8 111.3 105.3 22 160 176 ATV 21WD75N4C 88.400 (1) These values are given for a nominal frequency switching of 12 kHz up to ATV 21WD15N4 and up to ATV 21WD15N4C or 8 kHz for ATV 21WD18N4…WD75N4 and ATV 21WD18N4C...WD75N4C drives for use in continuous operation. The switching frequency is adjustable from 6…16 kHz for all ratings. Above 8 or 12 kHz, depending on the rating, the drive reduces the switching frequency itself in the event of an excessive temperature rise. For continuous operation above the nominal switching frequency, derate the nominal drive current (see derating curves on pages 44 to 45). (2) Typical value for the indicated motor power and for the maximum prospective line Isc. ATV 21W075N4 P F 10 6 47 6- 26 -M ATV 21WD18N4C P F 1 06 48 3- 32 -M Presentation: pages 4 and 5 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 Dimensions: page 28 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 Functions: pages 48 to 67 18 Presentation, references 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 Option: dialogue accessories When the drive is mounted directly on a wall outside the enclosure, this kit can be used to ensure UL Type 1 conformity when connecting the cables with a tube. The shielding is connected inside the kit. The kit consists of: b All the mechanical parts 1 including a pre-cut plate 2 for connecting the tubes 3 b Fixing accessories b A manual This kit allows easy installation of the ATV 21H075M3X...HU22M3X and ATV 21H075N4…HU22N4 drives by mounting them directly on a 35 mm wide 6 rail. Kit for UL Type 1 conformity (mounting outside the enclosure) 1 2 3 UL Type 1 conformity kit D F 53 6 06 7 References For drives Reference Weight kg ATV 21H075M3X…HU22M3X ATV 21H075N4…HU22N4 VW3 A31 814 0.500 ATV 21HU30M3X, HU40M3X ATV 21HU30N4…HU55N4 VW3 A31 815 0.500 ATV 21HU55M3X, HU75M3X ATV 21HU75N4, HD11N4 VW3 A31 816 0.900 ATV 21HD11M3X…HD18M3X ATV 21HD15N4, HD18N4 VW3 A31 817 1.200 ATV 21HD22M3X ATV 21HD22N4, HD30N4 VW3 A9 206 4.000 ATV 21HD37N4, HD45N4 VW3 A9 207 5.000 ATV 21HD30M3X ATV 21HD55N4, HD75N4 VW3 A9 208 7.000 Kit for mounting on 6 rail Reference For drives Reference Weight kg ATV 21H075M3X…HU22M3X ATV 21H075N4…HU22N4 VW3 A31 852 0.350 PCSoft software workshop This PC software workshop is a user-friendly tool for setting up Altivar 21 drives. It includes different functions such as: b Configuration preparation b Setup b Maintenance It can be downloaded free of charge from the Internet at “www.telemecanique.com”. It operates in the following PC environments and configurations: b Microsoft Windows® 98, Microsoft Windows® 2000, Microsoft Windows® XP b Pentium® 233 MHz or higher, hard disk with 10 MB available, 32 MB RAM b 256 colour, 640 x 480 pixels or higher definition monitor Connection The PCSoft software workshop must be connected directly to the Modbus port on the drive using the PC serial port connection kit. Note: It is not possible to use the PCSoft software workshop and a communication option card simultaneously. To be able to use the PCSoft software workshop when the drive is equipped with a communication card, the network or communication bus must be deactivated. Reference Description Composition Reference Weight kg PC serial port connection kit for point-to- point Modbus connection b 1 x 3 m cable with 2 RJ45 connectors b 1 RS 232/RS 485 converter with one 9-way female SUB-D connector and 1 RJ45 connector VW3 A8 106 0.350 PCSoft software workshop D F 53 6 06 5 D F 53 60 66 PCSoft software workshop “Monitoring” function Dimensions: pages 28 and 29 19 Presentation, references 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 Option: dialogue The Altivar 21 drive can be connected to a remote display terminal. The display terminal can be mounted on the door of an enclosure with IP 50 protection on the front panel. The maximum operating temperature is 40°C. Two types of operation are available: b REMOTE KEYPAD MODE: This provides access to the same functions as the integrated 7-segment terminal and can be used: v To control, adjust and configure the drive remotely v For remote display b COPY MODE: Configurations can be stored and downloaded (three configuration files can be stored). Depending on the operating mode selected, the following keys have different functions: b /SFT b MODE/ESC b RUN/A b STOP/B b /C Note: It is not possible to use the remote display terminal and a communication option card simultaneously. To be able to use the remote display terminal when the drive is equipped with a communication card, the network or communication bus must be deactivated. 1 Display: v Four 7-segment displays visible at 5 m v Display of numeric values and codes v The display flashes when a value is stored v Unit rating of displayed value v The display flashes to indicate a fault on the drive 2 Display of drive status: v RUN: Run command is active or speed reference present v PRG: Drive in automatic mode v MON: Drive in monitoring mode v LOC: Drive in local mode v COPY MODE: COPY MODE selected 3 Use of keys: v LOC/REM: Switching of the drive command, locally or remotely As a “local” command, the speed reference can be modified using the and keys; the LED located between these keys lights up. v /SFT, depending on the operating mode selected: - Vertical navigation in the menu or editing of values - Access to functions for managing parameters (copy, comparison, protection) or to display terminal memories v MODE/ESC, depending on the operating mode selected: - To adjust and program drive parameters, access to monitoring mode - To abort a value or parameter to return to the previous state v RUN/A, depending on the operating mode selected: - Local motor run command; LED indicates that the RUN key is active - Copy terminal memory “A” v STOP/B, depending on the operating mode selected: - Local control of motor stopping/drive fault clearing - Copy terminal memory “B” v /C, depending on the operating mode selected: - Vertical navigation in the menu or editing of values - Copy terminal memory “C” v ENT: Saves the current value or the selected function Remote display terminal 1 3 Front panel of the remote display terminal 2 Terminal on enclosure door D F 53 50 06 Description Reference Description Reference Weight kg Remote display terminal Supplied with: b 1 x 3.6 m cable with 2 RJ45 connectors b Seal and screws for IP 50 mounting on an enclosure door VW3 A21 101 0.250 Dimensions: page 29 20 Presentation 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 Communication buses and networks Presentation The Altivar 21 drive is designed to suit the configurations found in communicating installations created for buildings. It includes the Modbus communication protocol as standard (1). The RJ45 Modbus port is located on the drive's control terminals. It is assigned to control and signaling by a PLC or by another type of controller. It is also used to connect: v The remote terminal v A Magelis industrial HMI terminal By substituting the I/O terminals 1 with one of the 4 communication cards 2 available as an option, the Altivar 21 drive can also be connected to other networks and communication buses in operation in the building (HVAC) (2). Each communication card contains I/O terminals. Communication cards for building applications (HVAC): b LONWORKS b METASYS N2 b APOGEE FLN b BACnet Note: Connection to a network or communication bus via one of the four communication cards is incompatible with the use of the PCSoft software workshop or the remote display terminal. To be able to use the PCSoft software workshop or the remote display terminal, the network or communication bus must be deactivated. See pages 18 and 19. (1) Modbus communication protocol characteristics (see page 11) (2) Heating Ventilation & Air Conditioning Magelis XBT Premium ATV 21 ATV 61 Modbus serial link Example of configuration on the Modbus serial link ATV 21 ATV 21 1D F 53 50 10 2 Functions: page 21 Characteristics: pages 11 and 22 References: page 23 21 Functions 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 Communication buses and networks Functions All the drive functions can be accessed via the network: b Control b Monitoring b Adjustment b Configuration The speed command and reference may come from different control sources: b I/O terminals b Communication network b Remote display terminal The advanced functions of the Altivar 21 drive can be used to manage switching of these drive control sources according to the application requirements. Communication is monitored according to criteria specific to each protocol. The response of the drive in the event of a communication fault can be configured: b Freewheel stop, stop on ramp or braked stop b Maintain the last command received b Ignore the fault Presentation: page 20 Characteristics: pages 11 and 22 References: page 23 22 Characteristics 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 Communication buses and networks Characteristics of the VW3 A21 312 LONWORKS card Structure Connector 1 removable 3-way screw terminal Topology TP/FT-10 (free topology) Transmission speed 78 kbps Services Functional profiles LONMARk 6010: Variable Speed Motor Drive LONMARK 0000: Node Object Diagnostics Using LEDs 1 LED on the card: Service Using the graphic display terminal Control word received Reference received Description file An xif file is supplied on the documentation CD-ROM or can be downloaded from the Internet at “www.telemecanique.com”. Characteristics of the VW3 A21 313 METASYS N2 card Structure Connector 1 removable 4-way screw terminal Diagnostics Using LEDs 1 LED on the card: “COM” (network traffic) Using the graphic display terminal Control word received Reference received Characteristics of the VW3 A21 314 APOGEE FLN card Structure Connector 1 removable 4-way screw terminal Diagnostics Using LEDs 1 LED on the card: “COM” (network traffic) Using the graphic display terminal Control word received Reference received Characteristics of the VW3 A21 315 BACnet card Structure Connector 1 removable 4-way screw terminal Diagnostics Using LEDs 1 LED on the card: “COM” (network traffic) Using the graphic display terminal Control word received Reference received Presentation: page 20 Functions: page 21 References: page 23 23 References 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 Communication buses and networks Communication cards (1) (2) Description Use Reference Weight kg LONWORKS The card is equipped with a removable 3-way screw terminal block VW3 A21 312 0.200 METASYS N2 The card is equipped with a removable 4-way screw terminal block VW3 A21 313 0.200 APOGEE FLN The card is equipped with a removable 4-way screw terminal block VW3 A21 314 0.200 BACnet The card is equipped with a removable 4-way screw terminal block VW3 A21 315 0.200 Connection accessories Description Item no. Length m Unit reference Weight kg Modbus serial link Modbus splitter block 10 RJ45 connectors and 1 screw terminal block 1 – LU9 GC3 0.500 Cables for Modbus serial link equipped with 2 RJ45 connectors 2 0.3 VW3 A8 306 R03 0.025 1 VW3 A8 306 R10 0.060 3 VW3 A8 306 R30 0.130 Modbus T-junction boxes (with integrated cable) 3 0.3 VW3 A8 306 TF03 – 1 VW3 A8 306 TF10 – Line terminator For RJ45 connector (5) 4 – VW3 A8 306 RC 0.010 (1) The Altivar 21 drive can only take one communication card. (2) The user manuals are supplied on CD-ROM or can be downloaded from the Internet at “www.telemecanique.com”. The description file for the LONWORKS communication card is also supplied on CD-ROM in xif format or can be downloaded from the Internet at “www.telemecanique.com”. (3) Please refer to the “Automation platform Modicon Premium and Unity - PL7 software” and “Automation platform Modicon TSX Micro and PL7 software” catalogues. (4) Cable depending on the type of controller or PLC. (5) Order in multiples of 2. VW3 A21 312 10 55 53 -3 7- M 4 22 21 23 3 4 3 3 Example of Modbus diagram, connections via splitter blocks and RJ45 connectors Premium (3) D F 53 50 11 M od bu s se ria l l in k ATV 21 (4) Presentation: page 20 Functions: page 21 Characteristics: pages 11 and 22 24 Presentation 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21: EMC filters Optional integrated filters and additional filters Integrated EMC filters Altivar 21 drives, except for the ATV 21HpppM3X, have built-in radio interference input filters to meet the requirements of the EMC standard for variable speed electrical power drive “products” IEC/EN 61800-3, edition 2, categories C1, C2 or C3 in environment 1 or 2 and to comply with the European directive on EMC (electromagnetic compatibility). Drives Maximum length of shielded cable (1) according to Leakage current (2)EN 55011 class A Gr1 (3) EN 55011 class B Gr1 (3) IEC/EN 61800-3 (3) IEC/EN 61800-3 (3) m m mA UL Type 1/IP 20 drives ATV 21H075N4…HU22N4 20 – 4.5 ATV 21HU30N4…HU55N4 5 – 5.8 ATV 21HU75N4, HD11N4 5 – 2.9 ATV 21HD15N4, HD18N4 5 – 4.8 ATV 21HD22N4, HD30N4 5 – 25.3 ATV 21HD37N4, HD45N4 20 – 21.5 ATV 21HD55N4, HD75N4 100 – 9.1 IP 54 drives ATV 21W075N4…WU22N4 5 – 4.5 ATV 21WU30N4…WU55N4 5 – 5.8 ATV 21WU75N4 5 – 2.9 ATV 21WD11N4, WD15N4 5 – 13.3 ATV 21WD18N4 5 – 9.4 ATV 21WD22N4, WD30N4 5 – 25.3 ATV 21WD37N4, WD45N4 20 – 21.5 ATV 21WD55N4, WD75N4 100 – 9.1 ATV 21W075N4C…WU22N4C – 20 18,4 ATV 21WU30N4C…WU55N4C – 20 42.8 ATV 21WU75N4C – 20 37.2 ATV 21WD11N4C, WD15N4C – 20 81 ATV 21WD18N4C – 20 77.2 ATV 21WD22N4C, WD30N4C – 20 84.5 ATV 21WD37N4C, WD45N4C – 20 53.6 ATV 21WD55N4C, WD75N4C – 20 56.9 M1 3 L1 L2 L3 ATV 21ppppN4 ATV 21WpppN4C with integrated filter Additional EMC input filters Applications M1 3 L1 L2 L3 Additional EMC filter ATV 21HpppM3X ATV 21HpppN4 Additional EMC input filters can be used to meet more stringent requirements and are designed to cut down conducted emissions on the line supply below the limits of standards EN 55011 group 1, class A or B and IEC/EN 61800-3 category C1, C2 or C3 (see page 6). The additional EMC filters can be mounted beside or under the device. They act as a support for the drives and are attached to them via tapped holes. Use according to the type of line supply Use of these additional filters is only possible on TN (neutral connection) and TT (neutral to earth) type networks. Standard IEC/EN 61800-3, appendix D2.1, states that on IT networks (isolated or impedance earthed neutral), filters can cause permanent insulation monitors to operate in a random manner. In addition, the effectiveness of additional filters on this type of network depends on the type of impedance between neutral and earth, and therefore cannot be predicted. In the case of a machine which needs to be installed on an IT network, the solution would be to insert an isolation transformer and place the machine locally on a TN or TT network. (1) Maximum lengths for shielded cables connecting motors to drives for a switching frequency of 6 to 16 kHz. If motors are connected in parallel, it is the total length that should be taken into account. (2) Maximum earth leakage current at 480 V 60 Hz on a TT network. (3) See page 6. Characteristics: pages 6 and 25 References: page 25 Dimensions: page 29 Schemes: page 31 25 Characteristics, references 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21: EMC filters Option: additional input filters General characteristics EMC filter type VW3 A31 404, 406…409 VW3 A4 406…408 Conformity to standards EN 133200 Degree of protection IP 20 and IP 41 on upper part Maximum relative humidity 93% without condensation or dripping water conforming to IEC 68-2-3 Ambient air temperature around the unit Operation °C -10…+60 -10…+50 Storage °C -25…+70 -40…+65 Maximum operating altitude m 1000 without derating. 1000…3000 derating the current by 1% per additional 100 m. Limited to 2000 m for the “Corner Grounded” distribution network. Vibration resistance 1.5 mm peak to peak from 3…13 Hz, 1 gn peak from 13…150 Hz, in accordance with IEC 60068-2-6 Shock resistance 15 gn for 11 ms conforming to IEC/EN 60068-2-27 Maximum nominal voltage 50/60 Hz three-phase V 240 +10% 480 +10% Connection characteristics Maximum wire size and tightening torque VW3 A31 404, 406 10 mm2 (AWG 6) 1.8 Nm VW3 A31 407…409 25 mm2 (AWG 2) 4.5 Nm VW3 A4 406, 407 50 mm2 (AWG 0) 6 Nm VW3 A4 408 150 mm2 (300 kcmil) 25 Nm References For drives Maximum length of shielded cable (1) according to In (2) Il (3) Loss (4) Reference Weight EN 55011 class A Gr1 (5) EN 55011 class B Gr1 (5) IEC/EN 61800-3 (5) IEC/EN 61800-3 (5) m m A mA W kg Three-phase supply voltage: 200…240 V 50/60 Hz ATV 21H075M3X 20 20 15 6.7 0.47 VW3 A31 404 1.000 ATV 21HU15M3X 20 20 15 6.7 1.6 VW3 A31 404 1.000 ATV 21HU22M3X 20 20 15 6.7 3.3 VW3 A31 404 1.000 ATV 21HU30M3X 20 20 25 17.8 3.6 VW3 A31 406 1.650 ATV 21HU40M3X 20 20 25 17.8 6.2 VW3 A31 406 1.650 ATV 21HU55M3X 20 – 47 20.6 3.7 VW3 A31 407 3.150 ATV 21HU75M3X 20 – 47 20.6 6.8 VW3 A31 407 3.150 ATV 21HD11M3X 20 – 83 14.5 9.1 VW3 A31 408 5.300 ATV 21HD15M3X 20 – 83 14.5 16 VW3 A31 408 5.300 ATV 21HD18M3X 20 – 83 14.5 23.1 VW3 A31 408 5.300 ATV 21HD22M3X 100 – 90 40.6 27.1 VW3 A4 406 15.000 ATV 21HD30M3X 20 – 180 86.3 23.1 VW3 A4 408 40.000 Three-phase supply voltage: 380…480 V 50/60 Hz ATV 21H075N4 20 20 15 13.8 0.13 VW3 A31 404 1.000 ATV 21HU15N4 20 20 15 13.8 0.45 VW3 A31 404 1.000 ATV 21HU22N4 20 20 25 13.8 0.9 VW3 A31 404 1.000 ATV 21HU30N4 20 20 25 37 1 VW3 A31 406 1.650 ATV 21HU40N4 20 20 25 37 1.6 VW3 A31 406 1.650 ATV 21HU55N4 20 20 25 37 3 VW3 A31 406 1.650 ATV 21HU75N4 20 20 47 42.8 1.9 VW3 A31 407 3.150 ATV 21HD11N4 20 20 47 42.8 3.9 VW3 A31 407 3.150 ATV 21HD15N4 20 20 49 42.8 9.2 VW3 A31 409 4.750 ATV 21HD18N4 20 20 49 42.8 13.8 VW3 A31 409 4.750 ATV 21HD22N4 100 – 90 84.5 7.3 VW3 A4 406 15.000 ATV 21HD30N4 100 – 90 84.5 13.5 VW3 A4 406 15.000 ATV 21HD37N4 100 100 92 106 16 VW3 A4 407 17.000 ATV 21HD45N4 100 100 92 106 23 VW3 A4 407 17.000 ATV 21HD55N4 100 100 180 193 18 VW3 A4 408 40.000 ATV 21HD75N4 100 100 180 193 34 VW3 A4 408 40.000 (1) The filter selection tables give the maximum lengths for shielded cables connecting motors to drives for a switching frequency of 6 to 16 kHz. These limits are given as examples only as they vary depending on the stray capacitance of the motors and the cables used. If motors are connected in parallel, it is the total length that should be taken into account. (2) Filter nominal current. (3) Maximum earth leakage current at 230 V and at 480 V 60 Hz on a TT network. (4) Via thermal dissipation. (5) See page 6. VW3 A31 406 10 55 87 -3 2- M Presentation: page 24 Dimensions: page 29 Schemes: page 31 26 Dimensions 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 UL Type 1/IP 20 drives ATV 21H075M3X…HU40M3X, ATV 21H075N4…HU55N4 Plate for EMC mounting (supplied with the drive) ATV 21H a b b1 c G H J K Ø 075M3X…U22M3X 075N4…U22N4 107 143 49 67.3 93 121.5 5 16.5 2xØ5 U30M3X, U40M3X U30N4…U55N4 142 184 48 88.8 126 157 6.5 20.5 4xØ5 ATV 21HU55M3X, HU75M3X, ATV 21HU75N4, HD11N4 Plate for EMC mounting (supplied with the drive) ATV 21HD11M3X…HD18M3X, ATV 21HD15N4, HD18N4 Plate for EMC mounting (supplied with the drive) 150 Ø J K Hb G= = a b1 4xM4M5 tc 2xM5 screws =170 23 2 21 0 17 5 160= 180 4xØ5 75 4xM4 M5 134,8 2xM5 screws 190 225= = 245 32 9, 5 29 5 7 27 ,5 4xØ6 4xM4 75 M5 t147,6 2xM5 screws Presentation: pages 4 and 5 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: page 16 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 Functions: pages 48 to 67 27 Dimensions (continued) 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 UL Type 1/IP 20 drives ATV 21HD22M3X, ATV 21HD22N4…HD45N4 EMC mounting plate (supplied with drive) ATV 21H a b b1 c c1 G H K Ø D22M3X D22N4, D30N4 240 420 122 214 120 206 403 10 6 D37N4, D45N4 240 550 113 244 127 206 529 10 6 ATV 21HD30M3X EMC mounting plate (supplied with drive) K =c 4xØ G a = Hb b1 ØM5 c1 10 =290 4xØ9 280 320 = 60 4, 5 63 0 11 8 ØM8 173 Presentation: pages 4 and 5 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: page 16 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 Functions: pages 48 to 67 28 Dimensions (continued) 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 IP 54 drives and accessories ATV 21W075N4…WU75N4, ATV 21W075N4C…WU75N4C ATV 21W a b c G H 075N4, U15N4 075N4C, U15N4C 215 297 192 197 277 U22N4…U75N4 U22N4C…U75N4C 230 340 208 212 318 ATV 21WD11N4…WD75N4, ATV 21WD11N4C…WD75N4C ATV 21W a b c G H K D11N4, D15N4 D11N4C, D15N4C 290 560 315 250 544 8 D18N4 D18N4C 310 665 315 270 650 10 D22N4, D30N4 D22N4C, D30N4C 284 720 315 245 700 10 D37N4, D45N4 D37N4C, D45N4C 284 880 343 245 860 10 D55N4, D75N4 D55N4C, D75N4C 362 1000 364 300 975 10 UL Type 1 conformity kits VW3 A31 814…817 VW3 A9 206…208 VW3 b VW3 a b A31 814, 815 68 A9 206 240 59.9 A31 816 96 A9 207 240 51.5 A31 817 99 A9 208 320 136 (1) Drive (2) Kit (1) Drive (2) Kit a H Gc b = = 4xØ5,5 c b G a = = H K 4xØ b (2) (1) a102 b (2) (1) Presentation: pages 4, 5 and 18 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: pages 17 and 18 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 Functions: pages 48 to 67 29 Dimensions (continued) 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 Accessories, dialogue and additional EMC input filters Kits for mounting on 5 rail Remote display terminal VW3 A31 852 VW3 A21 101 Cut-outs and drill holes (1)5 rail (2) Kit (1) Enclosure door Additional EMC input filters VW3 A31 404, 406…409 VW3 A4 406…408 VW3 a b c G H J Ø A31 404 107 195 42 85 180 – 4.5 A31 406 140 235 50 120 215 – 4.5 A31 407 180 305 60 140 285 – 5.5 A31 408 245 395 80 205 375 – 5.5 A31 409 245 395 60 205 375 – 5.5 A4 406 240 522 79 200 502.5 40 9 A4 407 240 650 79 200 631 40 9 A4 408 320 750 119 280 725 80 9 Mounting the filter under the drive Mounting the filter next to the drive Front view Front view Front view 40 105 14 435 (1) (2) 115 16,2 9,2 (1) 80 98 4,631 63 10 ,4 16 ,4 4xØ4 c b G a H Ø c b GJ a H Ø Presentation: pages 18, 19 and 24 Characteristics: page 25 References: pages 18, 19 and 25 30 Schemes 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 Recommended scheme for ATV 21HpppM3X, ATV 21ppppN4, ATV 21WpppN4C 3-phase power supply Switches (factory settings) Voltage/current selection for analog I/O (FM and VIA) Selection of logic type Note: All terminals are located at the bottom of the drive. Install interference suppressors on all inductive circuits near the drive or connected on the same circuit, such as relays, contactors, solenoid valves, fluorescent lighting, etc. Compatible comonents (for a complete list of references, please consult the “Motor starter solutions. Control and protection components” catalogue). Ref. Description A1 ATV 21 drive, see pages 16 and 17 KM1 Contactor, see pages 34 to 37 Q1 Circuit breaker, see pages 34 to 37 Q2 GV2 L rated at twice the nominal primary current of T1 Q3 GB2 CB05 S1, S2 XB2 B or XA2 B pushbuttons T1 100 VA transformer 220 V secondary (1) Fault relay contacts for remote signalling of the drive status (2) Connection of the common for the logic inputs depends on the positioning of the switch ("Source", "PLC", "Sink"), see page 31. WU V V IB C C F M V IA P P L1 L2 L3 F LA F LC F LB F R R E S P 24 C C P LC U 1 W 1 V 1 M 3 0…10 V (2) (1) T1 KM1 A2A1 3 4 5 6 1 2 FLA FLC 13 14 Q1 2 4 6 KM1 Q21 2 Q3 S2 S1 KM1 1 3 5 A1 A1 2 4 6 1 3 5 R Y R C Reference potentiometer SZ1 RV1202 FM VIA V I V I Source (positive logic) PLC Sink (negative logic) Presentation: pages 4 and 5 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 28 Functions: pages 48 to 67 31 Schemes (continued) 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 Examples of recommended schemes Logic inputs according to the position of the logic type switch Source position Sink position PLC position with PLC transistor outputs 2-wire control 3-wire control PTC probe Voltage analog inputs Analog input configured for current External + 10 V 0-20 mA, 4-20 mA, X-Y mA Analog input VIA configured as logic input Positive logic (Source position) Negative logic (Sink position) Additional EMC input filters VW3 A31 404, 406…409, VW3 A4 406…408 3-phase power supply P 24 0 V F ATV 21 24 V C C F ATV 21 P LC C C F 0 V 24 V ATV 21 PLC P LC C C F 0 V 24 V ATV 21 PLC FP 24 R ATV 21 control terminals F: Forward R: Preset speed F RP 24 R E S ATV 21 control terminals F: Forward R: Stop RES: Fault reset V IB P P C C 10 V R 3,3 kΩ ATV 21 control terminals Motor V IA C C + 10 V Speed reference potentiometer 2.2 to 10 kΩ ATV 21 control terminals V IB C C + 10 V ATV 21 control terminals V IA C C ATV 21 control terminals Source 0-20 mA 4-20 mA X-Y mA V IA P 24 VIA V I ATV 21 control terminals V IA P 24 C C R 4,7 kΩ VIA V I ATV 21 control terminals L' 1 L' 2 L' 3 L1 L2 L3 L1 L2 L3 VW3 A4 40p VW3 A31 40p ATV 21HpppM3X ATV 21HpppN4 Presentation: pages 4, 5 and 24 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 and 25 References: pages 16, 17 and 25 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Functions: pages 48 to 67 32 Installation recommendations 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 Electromagnetic compatibility Connections to meet the requirements of EMC standards Principle b Earths between the drive, motor and cable shielding must have “high frequency” equipotentiality. b Use shielded cables with shielding connected to earth throughout 360° at both ends for the motor cable and the control-command cables. Conduit or metal ducting can be used for part of the shielding length provided that there is no break in the continuity of the earth connection. b Ensure maximum separation between the power supply cable (line supply) and the motor cable. Installation diagram for ATV 21HpppM3X and ATV 21HpppN4 drives 1 Steel plate to be mounted on the drive (earthed casing) 2 UL Type 1/IP 20 Altivar drive 3 Unshielded power supply wires or cable 4 Unshielded wires for the output of the fault relay contacts 5 Attach and earth the shielding of cables 6 and 7 as close as possible to the drive: - Strip the shielding. - Attach the cable to the metal plate 1 by tightening the clamp on the stripped part of the shielding. The shielding must be clamped tightly enough to the metal plate to ensure good contact. 6 Shielded cable for connecting the motor 7 Shielded cable for connecting the control/signal wiring For applications requiring several conductors, use cables with a small cross- section (0.5 mm2). For cables 6 and 7, the shielding must be earthed at both ends. The shielding must be continuous and intermediate terminals must be placed in EMC shielded metal boxes. 8 Earthing screw. Use this screw for the motor cable on low power rated drives, as the screw on the heatsink is inaccessible. Note: The HF equipotential earth connection between the drive, motor and cable shielding does not remove the need to connect the PE conductors (green-yellow) to the appropriate terminals on each unit. If using an additional EMC input filter, it should be mounted beneath the drive and connected directly to the line supply via an unshielded cable. Link 3 on the drive is then via the filter output cable. 1 3 8 7 4 5 6 2 8 8 2 1 763 4 5 ATV 21H075M3X…HD18M3X, ATV 21H075N4…HD18N4 ATV 21HD22M3X, HD30M3X, ATV 21HD22N4…HD75N4 Presentation: pages 4 and 5 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Functions: pages 48 to 67 33 Installation recommendations (continued)1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 Electromagnetic compatibility Connections to meet the requirements of EMC standards (continued) Installation diagram for ATV 21W pppN4, ATV 21WpppN4C drives 1 Steel plate (earthed casing) 2 Altivar 21 IP 54 drive 3 Unshielded power supply wires or cable 4 Unshielded wires for the output of the fault relay contacts 5 Attach and earth the shielding for cables 6 and 7 as close as possible to the drive: - Strip the shielding. - Attach the shielded cable to the cable gland 8ensuring it is fully in contact throughout 360°. - Fold back the shielding and clamp it between the ring and the body of the cable gland. Depending on the drive rating, the shielding of cable 7 can be earthed using a cable gland 8 or a cable clamp 5. The shielding must be clamped tightly enough to the metal plate to ensure good contact. 6 Shielded cable for connecting the motor 7 Shielded cable for connecting the control/signal wiring For applications requiring several conductors, use cables with a small cross- section (0.5 mm2). For cables 6 and 7, the shielding must be connected to the earth at both ends. The shielding must be continuous and intermediate terminals must be placed in EMC shielded metal boxes. 8 Metal cable gland (not supplied) for cables 6 and 7. Standard cable gland (not supplied) for cables 3 and 4. Note: The HF equipotential earth connection between the drive, motor and cable shielding does not remove the need to connect the PE conductors (green-yellow) to the appropriate terminals on each unit. Operation on an IT system IT system: Isolated or impedance earthed neutral Use a permanent insulation monitor compatible with non-linear loads, such as a Merlin Gerin type XM200 (please consult your Regional Sales Office). ATV 21ppppN4 and ATV 21WpppN4C drives have built-in EMC filters. These filters can be easily disconnected if using an IT system and subsequently reconnected if necessary. 3 674 8 2 1 5 ATV 21W075N4…WU75N4, ATV 21W075N4C…WU75N4C 3 674 8 2 1 5 5 ATV 21WD11N4…WD30N4, ATV 21WD11N4C…WD75N4C Presentation: pages 4 and 5 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Functions: pages 48 to 67 34 Combinations for customer assembly 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 Motor starters: supply voltage 200…240 V Applications Circuit-breaker/contactor/drive combinations can be used to ensure continuous service of the installation with optimum safety. The type of circuit-breaker/contactor coordination selected can reduce maintenance costs in the event of a motor short-circuit by minimizing the time required to make the necessary repairs and the cost of replacement equipment. The suggested combinations provide type 1 or type 2 coordination depending on the drive rating. Type 2 coordination: A motor short-circuit will not damage the device or affect its settings. The motor starter should be able to operate once the electrical fault has been removed. The electrical isolation provided by the circuit-breaker will not be affected by the short-circuit. Welding of the contactor contacts is permissible if they can be separated easily. Type 1 coordination: The electrical isolation provided by the circuit-breaker will not be affected by the incident and no other elements apart from the contactor are damaged as a result of the motor short-circuit. The drive controls the motor, provides protection against short-circuits between the drive and the motor and protects the motor cable against overloads. The overload protection is provided by the drive's motor thermal protection. If this protection is removed, external thermal protection should be provided. Before restarting the installation, the cause of the trip must be removed. Motor starters for UL Type 1/IP 20 drives Motor Drive Circuit-breaker Line contactor Power (1) Reference Reference (2) Rating Im Reference (3) (4) kW HP A A Three-phase supply voltage: 200…240 V 50/60 Hz. Type 2 coordination 0.75 1 ATV 21H075M3X GV2 L08 4 – LC1 D09pp 1.5 2 ATV 21HU15M3X GV2 L10 6.3 – LC1 D09pp 2.2 3 ATV 21HU22M3X GV2 L14 10 – LC1 D09pp 3 – ATV 21HU30M3X GV2 L16 14 – LC1 D09pp 4 5 ATV 21HU40M3X GV2 L20 18 – LC1 D09pp 5.5 7.5 ATV 21HU55M3X GV2 L22 25 – LC1 D09pp 7.5 10 ATV 21HU75M3X GV2 L32 32 – LC1 D18pp 11 15 ATV 21HD11M3X NS80HMA50 50 300 LC1 D32pp 15 20 ATV 21HD15M3X NS80HMA80 80 480 LC1 D40pp 18.5 25 ATV 21HD18M3X NS100pMA100 100 600 LC1 D80pp 22 30 ATV 21HD22M3X NS100pMA100 100 600 LC1 D80pp 30 40 ATV 21HD30M3X NS160pMA150 150 1350 LC1 D115pp Three-phase supply voltage: 200…240 V 50/60 Hz. Type 1 coordination 0.75 1 ATV 21H075M3X GV2 LE08 4 – LC1 K06pp 1.5 2 ATV 21HU15M3X GV2 LE10 6.3 – LC1 K06pp 2.2 3 ATV 21HU22M3X GV2 LE14 10 – LC1 K06pp 3 – ATV 21HU30M3X GV2 LE16 14 – LC1 K06pp 4 5 ATV 21HU40M3X GV2 LE20 18 – LC1 K06pp 5.5 7.5 ATV 21HU55M3X GV2 LE22 25 – LC1 D09pp 7.5 10 ATV 21HU75M3X GV2 LE32 32 – LC1 D18pp 11 15 ATV 21HD11M3X NS80HMA50 50 300 LC1 D32pp 15 20 ATV 21HD15M3X NS80HMA80 80 480 LC1 D40pp 18.5 25 ATV 21HD18M3X NS100pMA100 100 600 LC1 D50pp 22 30 ATV 21HD22M3X NS100pMA100 100 600 LC1 D80pp 30 40 ATV 21HD30M3X NS160pMA150 150 1350 LC1 D115pp (1) Standard power ratings for 4-pole motors 50/60 Hz 230 V. The values expressed in HP comply with the NEC (National Electrical Code). (2) NS80HMApp, NS100pMAppp : Products sold under the Merlin Gerin brand. Breaking capacity of circuit-breakers according to standard IEC60947-2: Circuit breaker Icu (kA) for 240 V N H L GV2 L08…GV2 L20 GV2 LE08…GV2 LE20 100 – – – GV2 L22, GV2 L32, GV2 LE22, GV2 LE32 50 – – – NS80HMA 100 – – – NSppppMA – 85 100 150 (3) Composition of contactors: LC1 K06, LC1 D09 to LC1 D115: 3 poles + 1 “N/O” auxiliary contact and 1 “N/C” auxiliary contact. Replace pp with the control circuit voltage reference indicated in the table below. Volts a 24 48 110 220 230 240 LC1 K06 50/60 Hz B7 E7 F7 M7 P7 U7 LC1 D09…D115 50 Hz B5 E5 F5 M5 P5 U5 60 Hz B6 E6 F6 M6 – U6 50/60 Hz B7 E7 F7 M7 P7 U7 For other voltages available between 24 V and 660 V, or a DC control circuit, please consult your Regional Sales Office. GV2 L08 + LC1 D09pp + ATV 21H075M3X D F 53 5 08 6 10 32 79 -0 8- M P F 1 06 47 8- 14 -M 35 Combinations for customer assembly (continued) 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 Motor starters: supply voltage 380…415 V Motor starters for UL Type 1/IP 20 drives (continued) Motor Drive Circuit breaker Line contactor Power (1) Reference Reference (2) Rating Im Reference (3) (4) kW HP A A Three-phase supply voltage: 380…415 V 50/60 Hz. Type 2 coordination 0.75 1 ATV 21H075N4 GV2 L07 2.5 – LC1 D09pp 1.5 2 ATV 21HU15N4 GV2 L08 4 – LC1 D09pp 2.2 3 ATV 21HU22N4 GV2 L10 6.3 – LC1 D09pp 3 – ATV 21HU30N4 GV2 L10 6.3 – LC1 D09pp 4 5 ATV 21HU40N4 GV2 L14 10 – LC1 D09pp 5.5 7.5 ATV 21HU55N4 GV2 L16 14 – LC1 D09pp 7.5 10 ATV 21HU75N4 GV2 L20 18 – LC1 D09pp 11 15 ATV 21HD11N4 GV2 L22 25 – LC1 D09pp 15 20 ATV 21HD15N4 GV2 L32 32 – LC1 D18pp 18.5 25 ATV 21HD18N4 NS80HMA50 50 300 LC1 D32pp 22 30 ATV 21HD22N4 NS80HMA50 50 300 LC1 D32pp 30 40 ATV 21HD30N4 NS80HMA80 80 480 LC1 D40pp 37 50 ATV 21HD37N4 NS80HMA80 80 480 LC1 D80pp 45 60 ATV 21HD45N4 NS100pMA100 100 600 LC1 D115pp 55 75 ATV 21HD55N4 NS100pMA150 150 1350 LC1 D115pp 75 100 ATV 21HD75N4 NS100pMA220 220 1980 LC1 F185pp Three-phase supply voltage: 380…415 V 50/60 Hz. Type 1 coordination 0.75 1 ATV 21H075N4 GV2 LE07 2.5 – LC1 K06pp 1.5 2 ATV 21HU15N4 GV2 LE08 4 – LC1 K06pp 2.2 3 ATV 21HU22N4 GV2 LE10 6.3 – LC1 K06pp 3 – ATV 21HU30N4 GV2 LE10 6.3 – LC1 K06pp 4 5 ATV 21HU40N4 GV2 LE14 10 – LC1 K06pp 5.5 7.5 ATV 21HU55N4 GV2 LE16 14 – LC1 K06pp 7.5 10 ATV 21HU75N4 GV2 LE20 18 – LC1 K06pp 11 15 ATV 21HD11N4 GV2 LE22 25 – LC1 D09pp 15 20 ATV 21HD15N4 GV2 LE32 32 – LC1 D18pp 18.5 25 ATV 21HD18N4 NS80HMA50 50 300 LC1 D32pp 22 30 ATV 21HD22N4 NS80HMA50 50 300 LC1 D32pp 30 40 ATV 21HD30N4 NS80HMA80 80 480 LC1 D40pp 37 50 ATV 21HD37N4 NS80HMA80 80 480 LC1 D80pp 45 60 ATV 21HD45N4 NS100pMA100 100 600 LC1 D115pp 55 75 ATV 21HD55N4 NS100pMA150 150 1350 LC1 D115pp 75 100 ATV 21HD75N4 NS100pMA220 220 1980 LC1 D115pp (1) Standard power ratings for 4-pole motors 50/60 Hz 400 V. The values expressed in HP comply with the NEC (National Electrical Code). (2) NS80HMApp, NS100pMAppp: Products sold under the Merlin Gerin brand. For references to be completed, replace the dot with the letter corresponding to the circuit-breaker breaking performance (N, H, L). Breaking capacity of circuit-breakers according to standard IEC 60947-2: Circuit breaker Icu (kA) for 400 V N H L GV2 L07…L14 100 – – – GV2 L16…L32 50 – – – GV2 LE07…LE22 15 – – – GV2 LE32 10 – – – NS80HMA 70 – – – NS100pMA – 25 70 150 (3) Composition of contactors: LC1 K06, LC1 D09 to LC1 D115: 3 poles + 1 “N/O” auxiliary contact and 1 “N/C” auxiliary contact. LC1 F185: 3 poles. To add auxiliary contacts or other accessories, please refer to the “Motor-starter solutions - Control and protection components” catalogue. Replace pp with the control circuit voltage reference indicated in the table below: Volts a 24 48 110 220 230 240 LC1 K06 50/60 Hz B7 E7 F7 M7 P7 U7 LC1 D09…D115 50 Hz B5 E5 F5 M5 P5 U5 60 Hz B6 E6 F6 M6 – U6 50/60 Hz B7 E7 F7 M7 P7 U7 LC1 F185 50 Hz (LX1 coil) B5 E5 F5 M5 P5 U5 60 Hz (LX1 coil) – E6 F6 M6 – U6 40…400 Hz (LX9 coil) – E7 F7 M7 P7 U7 For other voltages available between 24 V and 660 V, or a DC control circuit, please consult your Regional Sales Office. NS80HMA50 + LC1 D32pp + ATV 21HD22N4 D F 53 5 08 8 10 32 8 3- 0 7- M 1 06 48 5- 3 0- M 36 Combinations for customer assembly (continued) 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 Motor starters: supply voltage 380…415 V Motor starters for IP 54 drives Motor Drive Circuit breaker Line contactor Power (1) Reference Reference (2) Rating Im Reference (3) (4) kW HP A A Three-phase supply voltage: 380…415 V 50/60 Hz. Type 2 coordination 0.75 1 ATV 21W075N4 ATV 21W075N4C GV2 L07 2.5 – LC1 D09pp 1.5 2 ATV 21WU15N4 ATV 21WU15N4C GV2 L08 4 – LC1 D09pp 2.2 3 ATV 21WU22N4 ATV 21WU22N4C GV2 L10 6.3 – LC1 D09pp 3 – ATV 21WU30N4 ATV 21WU30N4C GV2 L10 6.3 – LC1 D09pp 4 5 ATV 21WU40N4 ATV 21WU40N4C GV2 L14 10 – LC1 D09pp 5.5 7.5 ATV 21WU55N4 ATV 21WU55N4C GV2 L16 14 – LC1 D09pp 7.5 10 ATV 21WU75N4 ATV 21WU75N4C GV2 L20 18 – LC1 D09pp 11 15 ATV 21WD11N4 ATV 21WD11N4C GV2 L22 25 – LC1 D09pp 15 20 ATV 21WD15N4 ATV 21WD15N4C GV2 L32 32 – LC1 D18pp 18.5 25 ATV 21WD18N4 ATV 21WD18N4C NS80HMA50 50 300 LC1 D25pp 22 30 ATV 21WD22N4 ATV 21WD22N4C NS80HMA50 50 300 LC1 D32pp 30 40 ATV 21WD30N4 ATV 21WD30N4C NS80HMA80 80 480 LC1 D40pp 37 50 ATV 21WD37N4 ATV 21WD37N4C NS80HMA80 80 480 LC1 D80pp 45 60 ATV 21WD45N4 ATV 21WD45N4C NS100pMA100 100 600 LC1 D80pp 55 75 ATV 21WD55N4 ATV 21WD55N4C NS100pMA150 150 1350 LC1 D115pp 75 100 ATV 21WD75N4 ATV 21WD75N4C NS100pMA150 150 1350 LC1 D115pp (1) Standard power ratings for 4-pole motors 50/60 Hz 400 V. The values expressed in HP comply with the NEC (National Electrical Code). (2) NS80HMApp, NS100pMAppp: Products sold under the Merlin Gerin brand. Breaking capacity of circuit-breakers according to standard IEC60947-2: Circuit breaker Icu (kA) for 400 V N H L GV2 L07…L14 100 – – – GV2 L16…L32 50 – – – NS80HMA 70 – – – NS100pMA – 25 70 150 (3) Composition of contactors: LC1 D09 to LC1 D115: 3 poles + 1 “N/O” auxiliary contact and 1 “N/C” auxiliary contact. (4) Replace pp with the control circuit voltage reference indicated in the table below. Volts a 24 48 110 220 230 240 LC1 D09…D115 50 Hz B5 E5 F5 M5 P5 U5 60 Hz B6 E6 F6 M6 – U6 50/60 Hz B7 E7 F7 M7 P7 U7 For other voltages available between 24 V and 660 V, or a DC control circuit, please consult your Regional Sales Office. GV2 L07 + LC1 D09pp + ATV 21W075N4 D F 53 5 08 6 1 03 27 9- 0 8- M P F 10 64 76 -2 6- M 37 Combinations for customer assembly (continued) 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 Motor starters: supply voltage 380…415 V Motor starters for IP 54 drives (continued) Motor Drive Circuit breaker Line contactor Power (1) Reference Reference (2) Rating Im Reference (3) (4) kW HP A A Three-phase supply voltage: 380…415 V 50/60 Hz. Type 1 coordination 0.75 1 ATV 21W075N4 ATV 21W075N4C GV2 LE07 2.5 – LC1 K06pp 1.5 2 ATV 21WU15N4 ATV 21WU15N4C GV2 LE08 4 – LC1 K06pp 2.2 3 ATV 21WU22N4 ATV 21WU22N4C GV2 LE10 6.3 – LC1 K06pp 3 – ATV 21WU30N4 ATV 21WU30N4C GV2 LE10 6.3 – LC1 K06pp 4 5 ATV 21WU40N4 ATV 21WU40N4C GV2 LE14 10 – LC1 K06pp 5.5 7.5 ATV 21WU55N4 ATV 21WU55N4C GV2 LE16 14 – LC1 K06pp 7.5 10 ATV 21WU75N4 ATV 21WU75N4C GV2 LE20 18 – LC1 K06pp 11 15 ATV 21WD11N4 ATV 21WD11N4C GV2 LE22 25 – LC1 D09pp 15 20 ATV 21WD15N4 ATV 21WD15N4C GV2 LE32 32 – LC1 D18pp 18.5 25 ATV 21WD18N4 ATV 21WD18N4C NS80HMA50 50 300 LC1 D25pp 22 30 ATV 21WD22N4 ATV 21WD22N4C NS80HMA50 50 300 LC1 D32pp 30 40 ATV 21WD30N4 ATV 21WD30N4C NS80HMA80 80 480 LC1 D40pp 37 50 ATV 21WD37N4 ATV 21WD37N4C NS80HMA80 80 480 LC1 D50pp 45 60 ATV 21WD45N4 ATV 21WD45N4C NS100pMA100 100 600 LC1 D80pp 55 75 ATV 21WD55N4 ATV 21WD55N4C NS100pMA150 150 1350 LC1 D80pp 75 100 ATV 21WD75N4 ATV 21WD75N4C NS100pMA150 150 1350 LC1 D115pp (1) Standard power ratings for 4-pole motors 50/60 Hz 400 V. The values expressed in HP comply with the NEC (National Electrical Code). (2) NS80HMApp, NS100pMAppp: Products sold under the Merlin Gerin brand. Breaking capacity of circuit-breakers according to standard IEC60947-2: Circuit breaker Icu (kA) for 400 V N H L GV2 LE07…LE14 100 – – – GV2 LE16…LE22 15 – – – GV2 LE32 10 NS80HMA 70 – – – NS100pMA – 25 70 150 (3) Composition of contactors: LC1 K06, LC1 D09 to LC1 D115: 3 poles + 1 “N/O” auxiliary contact and 1 “N/C” auxiliary contact. (4) Replace pp with the control circuit voltage reference indicated in the table below. Volts a 24 48 110 220 230 240 LC1 K06 50/60 Hz B7 E7 F7 M7 P7 U7 LC1 D09…D115 50 Hz B5 E5 F5 M5 P5 U5 60 Hz B6 E6 F6 M6 – U6 50/60 Hz B7 E7 F7 M7 P7 U7 For other voltages available between 24 V and 660 V, or a DC control circuit, please consult your Regional Sales Office. NS80HMA50 + LC1 D25pp + ATV 21WD18N4 D F 53 5 08 8 10 32 8 3- 0 7- M P F 10 64 83 -3 2- M 38 Mounting and installation recommendations 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 UL Type 1/IP 20 drives b Type A mounting b Type B mounting b Type C mounting By removing the protective blanking cover from the top of the drive, the degree of protection for the drive becomes IP 20. The protective blanking cover may vary according to the drive model, see opposite. Mounting recommendations Depending on the conditions in which the drive is to be used, its installation will require certain precautions and the use of appropriate accessories. Install the unit vertically: b Do not place it close to heating elements. b Leave sufficient free space to ensure that the air required for cooling purposes can circulate from the bottom to the top of the unit. ATV 21HpppM3X, ATV 21HpppN4 Mounting types 50 50 10 Removing the protective blanking cover for: ATV 21H075M3X…HD18M3X, ATV 21H075N4…HD18N4 53 49 63 Removing the protective blanking cover for: ATV 21HD22M3X, HD30M3X, ATV 21HD22N4...HD75N4 53 49 64 50 50 50 50 Presentation: pages 4 and 5 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 39 Mounting and installation recommendations (continued)1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 UL Type 1/IP 20 drives Mounting recommendations (continued) Derating curves The derating curves for the drive nominal current (In) depend on the temperature, the switching frequency and the mounting type. For intermediate temperatures (45oC for example), interpolate between 2 curves. ATV 21H075M3X ATV 21HU15M3X, HU22M3X ATV 21HU30M3X ATV 21HU40M3X 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 In = 100 110 % 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 kHz I/In Switching frequency 40oC mountings A, B and C 50oC mountings A and C 50oC mounting B 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 In = 100 110 % 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 kHz I/In Switching frequency 50oC mounting B 50oC mountings A and C 40oC mountings A, B and C 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 kHz 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 In = 100 110 % I/In Switching frequency 40oC mountings A, B and C 50oC mountings A and C 50oC mounting B 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 kHz 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 In = 100 110 % I/In Switching frequency 50oC mounting B 50oC mountings A and C 40oC mountings A, B and C Presentation: pages 4 and 5 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 40 Mounting and installation recommendations (continued)1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 UL Type 1/IP 20 drives Mounting recommendations (continued) Derating curves ATV 21HU55M3X…HD15M3X ATV 21HD18M3X ATV 21HD22M3X ATV 21HD30M3X ATV 21H075N4, HU15N4 ATV 21HU22N4 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 kHz 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 In = 100 110 % I/In Switching frequency 40oC mountings A, B and C 50oC mountings A and C 50oC mounting B 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 In = 100 110 % 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 kHz I/In Switching frequency 50oC mounting B 50oC mountings A and C 40oC mountings A, B and C 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 In = 100 110 % 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 kHz I/In Switching frequency 50oC mounting B 50oC mountings A and C 40oC mountings A, B and C 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 In = 100 110 % 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 kHz I/In Switching frequency 40oC mountings A, B and C 50oC mountings A and C 50oC mounting B 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 In = 100 110 % 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 kHz I/In Switching frequency 40oC mountings A, B and C 50oC mountings A and C 50oC mounting B 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 In = 100 110 % 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 kHz I/In Switching frequency 50oC mounting B 50oC mountings A and C 40oC mountings A, B and C Presentation: pages 4 and 5 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 41 Mounting and installation recommendations (continued)1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 UL Type 1/IP 20 drives Mounting recommendations (continued) Derating curves ATV 21HU30N4 ATV 21HU40N4 ATV 21HU55N4 ATV 21HU75N4 ATV 21HD11N4 ATV 21HD15N4 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 In = 100 110 % 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 kHz I/In Switching frequency 40oC mountings A, B and C 50oC mountings A and C 50oC mounting B 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 In = 100 110 % 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 kHz 50oC mountings A and C 40oC mountings A, B and C I/In Switching frequency 50oC mounting B 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 In = 100 110 % 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 kHz I/In Switching frequency 50oC mountings A and C 40oC mountings A, B and C 50oC mounting B 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 In = 100 110 % 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 kHz I/In Switching frequency 40oC mountings A, B and C 50oC mountings A and C 50oC mounting B 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 In = 100 110 % 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 kHz I/In Switching frequency 50oC mountings A and C 40oC mountings A, B and C 50oC mounting B 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 In = 100 110 % 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 kHz I/In Switching frequency 40oC mountings A, B and C 50oC mountings A and C 50oC mounting B Presentation: pages 4 and 5 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 42 Mounting and installation recommendations (continued)1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 UL Type 1/IP 20 drives Mounting recommendations (continued) Derating curves ATV 21HD18N4 ATV 21HD22N4 ATV 21HD30N4 ATV 21HD37N4 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 In = 100 110 % 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 kHz I/In Switching frequency 50oC mountings A and C 40oC mountings A, B and C 50oC mounting B 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 In = 100 110 % 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 kHz I/In Switching frequency 50oC mountings A and C 40oC mountings A, B and C 50oC mounting B 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 In = 100 110 % 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 kHz I/In Switching frequency 50oC mountings A and C 40oC mountings A, B and C 50oC mounting B 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 In = 100 110 % 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 kHz I/In Switching frequency 50oC mountings A and C 40oC mountings A, B and C 50oC mounting B Presentation: pages 4 and 5 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 43 Mounting and installation recommendations (continued)1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 UL Type 1/IP 20 drives Mounting recommendations (continued) Derating curves ATV 21HD45N4 ATV 21HD55N4 ATV 21HD75N4 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 In = 100 110 % 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 kHz I/In Switching frequency 40oC mountings A, B and C 50oC mountings A and C 50oC mounting B 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 In = 100 110 % 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 kHz I/In Switching frequency 50oC mountings A and C 40oC mountings A, B and C 50oC mounting B 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 In = 100 110 % 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 kHz I/In Switching frequency 40oC mountings A, B and C 50oC mountings A and C 50oC mounting B Presentation: pages 4 and 5 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 44 Mounting and installation recommendations (continued)1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 IP 54 drives Mounting recommendations (continued) Depending on the conditions in which the drive is to be used, its installation will require certain precautions and the use of appropriate accessories. Install the unit vertically: b Do not place it close to heating elements. b Leave sufficient free space to ensure that the air required for cooling purposes can circulate from the bottom to the top of the unit. ATV 21WpppN4, ATV 21WpppN4C Derating curves ATV 21W075N4…WU75N4, ATV 21W075N4C…WU75N4C ATV 21WD11N4, ATV 21WD11N4C ATV 21WD15N4, ATV 21WD15N4C ATV 21WD18N4, ATV 21WD18N4C 10 0 10 0 50 50 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 In = 100 110 % 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 kHz I/In Switching frequency 40oC 50oC 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 In = 100 110 % 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 kHz I/In Switching frequency 40oC and 50oC 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 In = 100 110 % 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 kHz I/In Switching frequency 40oC 50oC 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 In = 100 110 % 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 kHz I/In Switching frequency 40oC 50oC Presentation: pages 4 and 5 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 45 Mounting and installation recommendations (continued)1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 IP 54 drives Mounting recommendations (continued) Derating curves ATV 21WD22N4, ATV 21WD22N4C ATV 21WD30N4, ATV 21WD30N4C ATV 21WD37N4, ATV 21WD37N4C ATV 21WD45N4, ATV 21WD45N4C ATV 21WD55N4, ATV 21WD55N4C ATV 21WD75N4, ATV 21WD75N4C 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 In = 100 110 % 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 kHz I/In Switching frequency 40oC 50oC 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 In = 100 110 % 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 kHz I/In Switching frequency 40oC 50oC 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 In = 100 110 % 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 kHz I/In Switching frequency 40oC 50oC 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 In = 100 110 % 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 kHz I/In Switching frequency 40oC 50oC 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 In = 100 110 % 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 kHz I/In Switching frequency 40oC 50oC 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 In = 100 110 % 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 kHz I/In Switching frequency 40oC 50oC Presentation: pages 4 and 5 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 46 Mounting and installation recommendations (continued)1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 UL Type 1/IP 20 drives Specific recommendations for mounting in an enclosure (1) Observe the mounting recommendations described on pages 38 to 43. To ensure proper air circulation in the drive: b Fit ventilation grilles. b Ensure that there is sufficient ventilation. If there is not, install a forced ventilation unit with a filter. The openings and/or fans must provide a flow rate at least equal to that of the drive fans (see page 47). b Use special filters with IP 54 protection. b Remove the blanking cover from the top of the drive, see page 38. Power dissipated inside the enclosure (1) For drives Dissipated power (2) W Three-phase supply voltage: 200…240 V 50/60 Hz ATV 21H075M3X 63 ATV 21HU15M3X 101 ATV 21HU22M3X 120 ATV 21HU30M3X 146 ATV 21HU40M3X 193 ATV 21HU55M3X 249 ATV 21HU75M3X 346 ATV 21HD11M3X 459 ATV 21HD15M3X 629 ATV 21HD18M3X 698 ATV 21HD22M3X 763 ATV 21HD30M3X 1085 Three-phase supply voltage: 380…480 V 50/60 Hz ATV 21H075N4 55 ATV 21HU15N4 78 ATV 21HU22N4 103 ATV 21HU30N4 137 ATV 21HU40N4 176 ATV 21HU55N4 215 ATV 21HU75N4 291 ATV 21HD11N4 430 ATV 21HD15N4 625 ATV 21HD18N4 603 ATV 21HD22N4 626 ATV 21HD30N4 847 ATV 21HD37N4 976 ATV 21HD45N4 1253 ATV 21HD55N4 1455 ATV 21HD75N4 1945 (1) For ATV 21HpppM3X and ATV 21HpppN4 drives only. (2) This value is given for operation at nominal load and for a switching frequency of 8 or 12 kHz depending on the rating. Presentation: pages 4 and 5 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 47 Mounting and installation recommendations (continued)1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 UL Type 1/IP 20 drives Fan flow rate depending on the drive rating For drives Flow rate m3/hour ATV 21H075M3X 22 ATV 21HU15M3X 35 ATV 21HU22M3X 41 ATV 21HU30M3X 50 ATV 21HU40M3X 66 ATV 21HU55M3X 85 ATV 21HU75M3X 118 ATV 21HD11M3X 157 ATV 21HD15M3X 215 ATV 21HD18M3X 239 ATV 21HD22M3X 261 ATV 21HD30M3X 371 ATV 21H075N4 19 ATV 21HU15N4 27 ATV 21HU22N4 35 ATV 21HU30N4 47 ATV 21HU40N4 60 ATV 21HU55N4 74 ATV 21HU75N4 100 ATV 21HD11N4 147 ATV 21HD15N4 214 ATV 21HD18N4 206 ATV 21HD22N4 214 ATV 21HD30N4 290 ATV 21HD37N4 334 ATV 21HD45N4 429 ATV 21HD55N4 498 ATV 21HD75N4 666 Sealed metal enclosure (IP 54 degree of protection) The drive must be mounted in a dust and damp proof enclosure in certain environmental conditions, such as dust, corrosive gases, high humidity with risk of condensation and dripping water, splashing liquid, etc. This enables the drive to be used in an enclosure where the maximum internal temperature reaches 50°C. Calculating the enclosure dimensions (1) Maximum thermal resistance Rth (°C/W) θ = maximum temperature inside enclosure in °C θe = maximum external temperature in °C P = total power dissipated in the enclosure in W Power dissipated by drive: see page 46. Add the power dissipated by the other equipment components. Useful heat dissipation surface of enclosure S (m2) (sides + top + front panel if wall-mounted) K = enclosure thermal resistance per m2 For a metal enclosure: b K = 0.12 with internal fan b K = 0.15 without fan Note: Do not use insulated enclosures, as they have a poor level of conductivity. (1) For ATV 21HpppM3X and ATV 21HpppN4 drives only. Rth θ θe– P ---------------= S K Rth ---------= Presentation: pages 4 and 5 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 48 Functions 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 Summary of functions Integrated 7-segment display terminal Presentation page 50 Remote display terminal Presentation page 50 Simplified start-up Fan and centrifugal pump page 51 Quick Menu page 51 Operating modes Default display mode page 52 Parameter adjustment mode page 52 Status monitoring mode page 52 Programming Presentation page 53 Maintenance, diagnostics Response to faults or alarms page 54 Fault log page 54 Identification of the software version page 54 Test functions page 54 Display of the I/O states page 54 Display of equipment maintenance alarms page 54 Controlling the drive via its I/O Presentation page 55 Functions designed specifically for pumping and ventilation applications Motor control profiles - Energy saving ratio page 55 - Quadratic ratio (Kn2) page 55 PID regulator - Preset PID references page 55 - PID feedback page 56 - PID feedback supervision page 56 - Sleep/Wake-up page 56 - Alarms page 56 - Auto/Man. page 56 Forced operation page 56 Other application functions 2-wire control page 57 3-wire control page 57 Acceleration and deceleration ramps - Time page 57 - Automatic adaptation page 57 - Switching page 58 Preset speeds page 58 Limiting low speed operating time page 59 Presentation: pages 4 and 5 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 49 Functions (continued) 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 Summary of functions (continued) Other application functions (continued) Motor control types - Sensorless flux vector control page 59 - 2-point vector control page 59 - Voltage/frequency ratio page 59 - Synchronous motor page 59 Auto-tuning page 59 Switching frequency, noise reduction page 59 +/- speed - Presentation page 60 - Reference saving page 60 Automatic catching of a spinning load with speed detection page 60 Undervoltage management page 61 Switching of 2 motor ratings page 61 Current limit page 62 Stop types - Freewheel stop page 62 - Stop on ramp page 62 - DC injection stop page 62 Motor thermal protection page 63 Drive thermal protection page 64 IGBT thermal protection page 64 Machine protection page 64 Configuring the drive’s fault response page 64 Resetting resettable faults page 65 General reset (disables all faults) page 65 Automatic restart page 65 PTC probe protection page 66 IGBT testing page 66 Resetting operating time to zero page 66 External fault page 66 Forced local mode page 66 Presentation: pages 4 and 5 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 50 Functions (continued) 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 Integrated 7-segment display terminal The Altivar 21 drive has an integrated 7-segment display terminal. This can be used to: v Display status and faults v Access and modify parameters v Check your installation easily in local mode using the Loc/Rem key 3. Description 1 Display: v Four 7-segment displays visible at 5 m v Display of numeric values and codes v The display flashes when a value is stored v Unit rating of displayed value v The display flashes to indicate a fault on the drive 2 Display of drive status: v RUN: Run command is active or speed reference present v PRG: Drive in automatic mode v MON: Drive in monitoring mode v Loc: Drive in local mode 3 Use of keys: v Loc/Rem: Switching of the drive command, locally or remotely. As a “local” command, the speed reference can be modified using the and keys; the LED located between these keys lights up. v and : Vertical navigation in the menu, editing of values or speed reference depending on the mode selected v MODE: Selection of one of the following modes: - Default display mode - Adjustment mode - Status monitoring mode v RUN: Local motor run command; LED indicates that the RUN key is active v STOP: Local control of motor stopping/drive fault clearing v ENT: Saves the current value or the selected function Remote display terminal A remote display terminal is available as an option. It can be mounted on an enclosure door and allows access to the same functions as the integrated 7-segment terminal. It is also possible to download and store 3 configuration files using its “COPY MODE” (see page 19). 1 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 Integrated 7-segment display terminal Presentation: pages 4 and 5 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 51 Functions (continued) 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 Simplified start-up Fan and centrifugal pump The Alitvar 21 drive is factory-configured to allow a simplified start-up, without the need for any adjustment. The following conditions must be met to be able to use this simplified start-up function: b The drive load must be a fan or a centrifugal pump b The motor rating must match the drive rating b Connection must be according to the diagram opposite: v 1 FLA, FLB and FLC for the fault relay v 2 RY and RC for the low speed reached relay v 3 FM for the analog output v 4 F, R and RES for the logic inputs: - F for forward operation - R for preset speed - RES for fault reset v 5 VIA and VIB for the analog inputs: - VIA for the speed reference 0...10 V - VIB is not assigned W/T3 P24 F R RES U/T1 V/T2 T/L3 R/L1 ATV 21 S/L2 FLA RY SW4 Source FM V Sink I I VIA V RC PLC PLC C C F M V IA V IB P P FLC FLB M 3 Factory-set configuration 1 4 2 53 Quick Menu The Quick Menu is used to: b Access the essential parameters of your application quickly b Enter the motor rating plate data (nominal voltage, nominal frequency, thermal current, etc.), so that the motor parameters can be adjusted quickly, thereby benefiting from optimum motor performance b Protect the motor by setting the drive’s integrated electronic thermal overload relay Parameters which can be accessed in the Quick Menu (AUF): Parameter Description AU1 Automatic acceleration/deceleration ACC Acceleration dEC Deceleration LL Low speed UL High speed tHr Motor thermal current FM Analog output Pt U/F Profile uL Nominal motor frequency uLu Nominal motor voltage Presentation: pages 4 and 5 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 52 Functions (continued) 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 Operating modes The Altivar 21 drive has the following operating modes: b Default display mode b Parameter adjustment mode b Status monitoring mode It is easy to switch between these different modes simply by using the "MODE" key: MON PRG RUN Mode Mode Mode Default display Status monitoring Parameter adjustment Default display mode This mode is automatically activated on power-up. It is used to display a drive variable (current, speed, etc.), alarms and faults. Parameter adjustment mode This mode provides a simple start-up function for the drive via direct access to the standard parameters: b Acceleration b Deceleration b Macro-configuration b Control mode b Motor rating plate b Etc. The standard parameters are identified by an alphanumerical code (ACC, dEC, etc.) This mode also provides access to the advanced parameters required for setting up and optimizing advanced functions. These parameters are identified by a numerical code (F100 to F900). Status monitoring mode This mode is used to display all the drive variables, such as the I/O state, most recent faults, etc. Presentation: pages 4 and 5 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 53 Functions (continued) 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 Programming The main menus accessible from the integrated 7 segments terminal are described in the table below: Menu type Function AUF Accessing the Quick Menu AUH Accessing the most recently modified parameters AU1 Selecting the ramp type (fixed or automatically adapted) AU4 Selecting the macro-configurations CMOD Selecting the command channel FMOD Selecting the reference channel tyP Selecting the factory settings or the customer configuration UL Setting high speed LL Setting low speed Sr1-7 Accessing preset speeds F--- Accessing advanced parameters Gr.U Accessing parameters that are different to the factory settings PRG PRG PRG PRG PRG PRG PRG PRG PRG PRG PRG PRG Presentation: pages 4 and 5 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 Main menus of the integrated 7-segment display terminal 54 Functions (continued) 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 b Display of the I/O states It is possible to display the activation or deactivation state of each input/output. 1 VIA: State 1 2 RES: State 1 3 R: State 0 4 F: State 1 b Displaying equipment maintenance alarms Three alarms show if it is necessary to replace the drive or some of its components. The drive automatically calculates their service lives by configuring their average annual operating temperature. 1 Drive: Alarm deactivated 2 Capacitor: Alarm deactivated 3 Fan: Alarm activated Maintenance, diagnostics New functions have been added to the Altivar 21 drive to enable it to provide quick and simple maintenance, ultimately boosting productivity: b Response to faults or alarms It is possible to use the alarm management or drive operation configuration functions to take corrective measures before stopping the machine. b Fault log When a fault occurs, values such as speed, current, thermal state and timer are saved and restored in the fault log. The last 4 faults are stored. b Identification of the software version It is possible to display the relevant serial numbers and software versions, thereby helping to manage the equipment base. b Test functions The Altivar 21 drive includes the following test functions: v Identifying any motor short-circuit before start-up v Running, via the 7-segment display terminal, the remote display terminal or the PC software, automatic procedures during maintenance operations aimed at testing: - the motor - the drive power components 1 2 3 4 State 1 State 0 Example of the I/O state display 1 2 3 Alarm activated Alarm deactivated Example of alarms display Presentation: pages 4 and 5 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 55 Functions (continued) 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 Controlling the drive via its I/O Control signals are transmitted via cable to the I/O. Functions are assigned to logic inputs, analog inputs, etc. A logic input can be assigned to more than one function. This means that two functions can be controlled using a single signal, thereby limiting the number of inputs required. The Altivar 21 drive I/O can be configured independently from each other. For instance: v A time delay can be applied when it comes to reading the logic inputs, so as to avoid any bounce-back from certain switches. v Transforming incoming signals on the analog inputs can help the drive fully adapt to the control devices and applications: - Minimum and maximum values for the input signal - Input filtering in order to eliminate unwanted interference from the signals received - Magnifying glass effect through delinearizing the input signal in order to increase the precision with small amplitude signals - “Pedestal” and “Deadband” functions for signals in order to prevent low speed operations which can have an adverse effect on the application v Transforming analog outputs which transfer information sent by the drive to other devices (display units, drives, PLCs, etc.): - voltage or current output signal - minimum and maximum values for the output signal - output signal filtering Logic outputs can be delayed on activation and deactivation. The output state can also be configured when the signal is active. Functions designed specifically for pumping and ventilation applications b Motor control profiles v Energy saving ratio This type of command makes it possible to optimize the energy consumed based on the load applied to the machine. v Quadratic ratio (Kn2) This type of command is optimized for centrifugal pumps and fans. b PID regulator This can be used to regulate a process with a reference and feedback given by a sensor. Function suitable for regulation in buildings. ACC: Acceleration, dEC: Deceleration, LL: Low speed, UL: High speed. v Preset PID references 2 to 7 PID references are available. + ACC dECUL LL FMOD references VIB input 7-segment terminal Preset PID references PID feedback VIA input 0…10 V 0....20 mA 4…20 mA Active speed reference Scaling PID regulator Integral shunt Auto/Man. Internal reference Ramps PID activation delay Logic input F, R or RES, or parameter Presentation: pages 4 and 5 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 56 Functions (continued) 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 b PID regulator (continued) v PID feedback PID feedback can be assigned to the VIA analog input. It can also be transmitted by a communication network (network AI). The following 4 functions can be used in combination with the PID regulator: v PID feedback supervision v Sleep/Wake-up This function supplements the PID regulator, in order to avoid prolonged operation at excessively low speeds when neither useful nor desirable. It stops the motor after a period of operation at reduced speed. This duration (parameter F256) and speed (parameter LL) can be adjusted. It restarts the motor if the PID error or feedback exceeds an adjustable threshold (parameter LL +0.2 Hz). v Alarms Minimum and maximum PID regulator feedback monitoring thresholds and PID regulator error monitoring threshold. v Auto/Man. This can be used to switch from speed regulation mode (Man.) to PID regulation mode (Auto). A logic input or command word bit is used for switching. Speed regulation mode (Man.) The manual reference is transmitted via the terminals (analog inputs, preset speeds, etc.). With manual switching, the speed reference changes according to the ACC and dEC ramp times. PID regulation mode (Auto) In automatic mode it is possible to: - Adapt the references and feedback to the process (transformation) - Adjust the proportional, integral and derivative gains - Shunt the integral - Use the “alarm” on the logic output or display it on the 7-segment display terminal or the remote display terminal, if the threshold is exceeded (Max. feedback, Min. feedback and PID error) - Display the PID reference, PID feedback, PID error and PID output on the display terminal and assign them to an analog output - Apply a ramp to the PID output The motor speed is limited to low speed (LL) and high speed (UL). b Forced operation Combined with the function of inhibiting all faults, this function makes it possible to force the running order in a particular direction and the reference to a configured value. LL LL t LL + 0,2 Hz F256 t LL: Low speed Example of the "sleep/wake-up" function in operation Sleep Wake-up Output frequency PID output regulator Presentation: pages 4 and 5 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 57 Functions (continued) 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 b 2-wire control This function is used to control the direction of operation by means of a stay-put contact. It is enabled by means of 1 or 2 logic inputs (non-reversing and preset speed). This function is suitable for all non-reversing applications, by detection of the logic input state. b 3-wire control This function is used to control the operating and stopping direction by means of pulsed contacts. It is enabled by means of 2 or 3 logic inputs. This function is suitable for all non-reversing applications and stopping. b Ramps v Acceleration and deceleration ramp times This function is used to define acceleration and deceleration ramp times according to the application and the machine dynamics. v Automatic adaptation of acceleration and deceleration ramps This function can be used to adapt the acceleration and deceleration ramps automatically based on the load. The acceleration and deceleration times are reduced for low loads and increased for high loads. Other application functions Linear acceleration ramp Linear deceleration ramp uL: Nominal motor frequency t1: Acceleration time t2: Deceleration time t1 and t2 can be set independently from 0.01 to 3200 s (according to one of the following ramp increments: 0.01 s, 0.1 s or 1 s); Factory setting: 10 s. Low load High load FH: Maximum output frequency FH: Maximum output frequency Altivar 21 control terminals F: Forward R: Preset speed Wiring diagram for 2-wire control P 24 RF R E SAltivar 21 control terminals F: Forward R: Stop RES: Fault reset Wiring diagram for 3-wire control uL f (Hz) 0 t1 t uL f (Hz) 0 t2 t 0 f (Hz) FH t (s) Acceleration Deceleration 0 f (Hz) FH t (s) Acceleration Deceleration Presentation: pages 4 and 5 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 58 Functions (continued) 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 b Ramps (continued) v Ramp switching This function is used to switch two acceleration and deceleration ramp times, which can be adjusted separately. Ramp switching can be enabled by: - a logic input - a frequency threshold - a command word bit This function is suitable for all machines with fast steady state speed correction. b Preset speeds This can be used to switch preset speed references. Choice of seven preset speeds. Enabled by logic inputs, R and RES, and by VIA configured as a logic input. The preset speeds are adjustable in increments of 0.1 Hz, from low speed to high speed. This function is suitable for machines with several operating speeds. Example of operation with 7 preset speeds R RES VIA F P24 VIA V I ATV 21 Forward Preset speed 1 (SS1) Preset speed 2 (SS2) Preset speed 3 (SS3) f (Hz) t t t t t 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 Preset speeds F: Forward R: Input RES: Input VIA: Input Presentation: pages 4 and 5 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 59 Functions (continued) 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 b Limiting low speed operating time The motor is stopped automatically after a period of operation at low speed (LL) with a zero reference and a run command present. This time can be set between 0.1 and 600 seconds (0 corresponds to an unlimited time). Factory setting 0 s. The motor restarts automatically on the ramp when the reference reappears or if the run command is interrupted and then re-established. Function suitable for automatic Stops/Starts. b Motor control types v Sensorless flux vector control This control type can be used with a single motor or motors connected in parallel. v 2-point vector control The zone for operating at constant power can be optimized by defining an additional point in the control profile. This function should be used with motors offering a two-part defluxing zone. It can be used to limit the voltage at the motor terminals when the motor is being powered by a high line supply. v Voltage/frequency ratio This control type is particularly suitable for special motors (high-speed motors, synchronized asynchronous motors, etc.). The ratio can be adjusted by 2 points and used to achieve output frequencies of up to 200 Hz. v Synchronous motor This control type is exclusively reserved for controlling open loop synchronous permanent magnet motors with sinusoidal electromotive force (EMF). b Auto-tuning Auto-tuning can be performed: v Using a dialogue tool (integrated 7-segment display terminal, remote display terminal or PC software) v Via a communication network b Switching frequency, noise reduction The switching frequency setting permits a reduction in the noise generated by the motor for any application requiring a low level of noise. The switching frequency is modulated randomly in order to avoid resonance. This function can be disabled if it causes instability. Switching the intermediate DC voltage at high frequency is useful for supplying the motor with a current wave having little harmonic distortion. The switching frequency is adjustable during operation to reduce the noise generated by the motor. Value: 6 to 16 kHz Presentation: pages 4 and 5 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 60 Functions (continued) 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 b +/- speed Used to increase or decrease a speed reference by means of 1 or 2 logic inputs, with or without the last reference being saved (motorized potentiometer function). This function is suitable for centralized control of a machine with several sections operating in one direction. Two logic inputs are required in addition to the operating direction for +/- speed control. LL: Low speed, UL: High speed v Reference saving This function is associated with +/- speed control. This can be used for reading and saving the last speed reference prior to the loss of the run command or line supply. The saved reference is applied at the next run command. b Automatic catching of a spinning load with speed detection (“catch on the fly”) This function is used to restart the motor smoothly after one of the following events, provided the run command is still present: v loss of line supply or power off v fault reset or automatic restart v freewheel stop On disappearance of the event, the effective speed of the motor is detected in order to restart on a ramp at this speed and return to the speed reference. The speed detection time can reach 0.5 s. This function is suitable for machines which exhibit low motor speed loss during a power failure (high-inertia machines such as centrifuges, etc.). 1 0 1 0 1 0 f (Hz) t t t t F: Forward R: + speed RES: - speed UL LL Presentation: pages 4 and 5 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 61 Functions (continued) 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 b Undervoltage management Depending on the application, it is possible to configure the Altivar 21’s response to undervoltages or power failures. If the drive locks as a result, management of the fault relay can be configured (open or not). If the fault relay does not open an alarm is shown. The Altivar 21 drive can also be configured to prevent the drive locking (using an alarm): v Controlled stop according to the type of stop configured v Deceleration based on a ramp which it automatically adapts to maintain the DC bus voltage, thereby preventing the drive from locking in fault mode v Instant IGBT (inverter bridge) loss followed by power supplied to the motor as soon as the line voltage has reappeared. This function can be used to prevent the Altivar 21 drive being reinitialized. b Switching of 2 motor ratings This function is used to switch two sets of 10 motor parameters: v All or some of the motor parameters can be switched on stopping v Some of these parameters can be switched during operation A logic input or command word bit is used to switch the sets. Command and reference switching via logic input This function is used to switch commands (terminal, logic inputs) and references (speed, PID, etc.) via a logic input. Loc/Rem7-segment terminal Logic inputs Communication VIA input VIB input 7-segment display terminal +/- speed Communication VIA input VIB input 7-segment display terminal +/- speed Communication Command CMOD Local/com logic input Local/Remote Communication 7-segment terminal Forward Reverse Internal referenceCommunication 7-segment terminal Logic input Reference 1 FMOD Reference 2 by parameter F207 Example of command and reference switching Presentation: pages 4 and 5 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 62 Functions (continued) 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 b Current limit A second current limit can be configured up to 1.1 times the drive nominal current and it can be used to limit the rise in motor temperature and the torque. Switching between the two current limits can be enabled via: v a logic input v a command word bit b Stop types v Freewheel stop This function stops the motor by resistive torque if the motor power supply is cut. A freewheel stop is achieved: - by configuring a normal stop command as a freewheel stop (on disappearance of a run command or appearance of a stop command) - by enabling a logic input - by activating a command word bit v Stop on ramp This stops the motor according to the deceleration ramp A stop on ramp is achieved: - by enabling a logic input - by activating a command word bit v DC injection stop This can be used to brake high-inertia machines at low speed or maintain torque on stopping. A DC injection stop is achieved: - by configuring a normal stop as a DC injection stop (on disappearance of a run command or appearance of a stop command) - by enabling a logic input - by activating a command word bit The DC value and the standstill braking time are adjustable. Presentation: pages 4 and 5 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 63 Functions (continued) 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 b Motor thermal protection Motor thermal protection is provided by the drive: v directly, through PTC probes located in the motor windings v indirectly, via the integrated thermal relay. Indirect thermal protection is implemented via continuous calculation of its theoretical temperature rise. The microprocessor calculates the theoretical temperature rise of the motor based on various elements: v the operating frequency v the current taken by the motor v the operating time v the maximum ambient temperature around the motor (40°C) v the type of motor ventilation (self-cooled or force-cooled) Thermal protection is adjustable from 0.5 to 1.1 times the nominal current, depending on the drive type. It must be adjusted to the nominal current indicated on the motor rating plate. Note: The motor thermal state memory returns to zero when the drive control part is switched off. v Self-cooled motors: The tripping curves vary with the motor frequency. v Force-cooled motors: Only the 30 Hz and higher tripping curve should be considered, whatever the motor frequency. 0 100 100 150 200 255 300 400 500 600 700 200 300 400 500 600 700 1 2 3 T rip ti m e in s ec on ds Motor current Motor thermal protection curves t (%) 1 Output frequency: 1 Hz 2 Output frequency: 10 Hz 3 Output frequency: 30 Hz and above Presentation: pages 4 and 5 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 64 Functions (continued) 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 b Drive thermal protection The drive thermal protection is provided by a PTC probe mounted on the heatsink or integrated with the power module. b IGBT thermal protection The drive manages the switching frequency intelligently according to the IGBT temperature. If the drive's current rating is exceeded (e.g.: current higher than the nominal drive current for a zero stator frequency), an alarm is displayed and a timer increases for as long the alarm is present. b Machine protection This is used to detect under- and/or overload. b Configuring the drive’s fault response (fault management) Different responses can be configured for the drive in the event of a resettable fault occurring: v freewheel stop v drive switches to the fallback speed v drive maintains the speed at which it was operating when the fault occurred until the fault disappears v stop on ramp v DC injection stop v no stop (alarm activated) List of resettable faults: v external fault v output phase loss v auto-tuning fault v loss of 4-20mA v PTC probe v drive overheating v motor overload if the thermal state is less than 100% v line overvoltage v current limit v IGBT overheating v communication faults (Modbus and other communication networks) v PI supervision Presentation: pages 4 and 5 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 65 Functions (continued) 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 b Resetting resettable faults This can be used to remove the last fault using a logic input, command word bit or the STOP/RESET key on the display terminal. The restart conditions after a reset to zero are the same as those of a normal power- up. List of resettable faults, see “Configuring the drive’s fault response”. Line supply undervoltage and input phase loss faults are reset automatically when the line supply is restored. Function suitable for applications where drives are difficult to access, such as when a drive is placed on a moving part. b General reset (inhibits all faults) This function inhibits all faults, including thermal protection (forced operation), which can destroy the drive. This function is suitable for applications where restarting is vital (smoke extraction system, machines with hardening products that need to be removed). The function is enabled by a logic input. Fault monitoring is active if the logic input is at state 1. All faults are reset on a change of state of the logic input. Note: Use of this function invalidates the guarantee. b Automatic restart This function enables the drive to be restarted automatically after it has locked in fault mode, provided the relevant fault has disappeared and that the other operating conditions permit a restart. This restart is performed by a series of automatic attempts separated by increasingly longer waiting periods of 1, 2, 3 s, then 10 s, up to the 10th attempt. If the drive has not restarted after the configured time, it will lock and the procedure is abandoned until it has been powered off and on again. The faults which permit this type of restart are: v line overvoltage v motor thermal overload v drive thermal overload v DC bus overvoltage v line phase failure v external fault v loss of 4-20mA v PTC probe v serial link v current limit v output phase loss v line voltage too low. For this fault, the function is always active, even if it is not configured. v PI supervision, v fault caused by Modbus or other communication networks. These faults are reset automatically as soon as the command word or frequency reference is sent to the drive. For these types of fault, the relay configured as a fault relay remains activated if the function is configured. The speed reference and direction of operation must be maintained for this function. This function is suitable for machines or installations which are in continuous operation or are not monitored, and where a restart will not endanger equipment or personnel in any way. Presentation: pages 4 and 5 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 66 Functions (continued) 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 b PTC probe protection The probes can be connected directly to the drive control card or to the communication cards. The way in which a temperature fault is recorded by the drive can be configured by default or as an alarm. b IGBT testing When enabled, this function tests every IGBT and the motor connections in order to detect a short-circuit or an open circuit. This test is run every time the drive is powered on and before each motor start. b Resetting operating time to zero The drive operating and power-up time can be reset. b External fault This function can lead to the drive locking if a fault occurs in the machine. This fault is flagged on the drive display unit. The fault is flagged if the signal is at 1 or at 0, according to the function configuration. b Forced local mode Forced local mode imposes control via the logic input and prohibits all other control modes. Switching to forced local mode may be activated via: v a logic input v a function key on the display terminal The following references and commands are available for forced local mode: v references VIA, VIB, and command via logic inputs v reference and command via the display terminal Presentation: pages 4 and 5 Characteristics: pages 6 to 11 References: pages 16 and 17 Dimensions: pages 26 to 29 Schemes: pages 30 to 33 67 Functions (continued) 1 Variable speed drives for asynchronous motors 1 Altivar 21 Function compatibility table b Configurable I/O The table below lists the incompatibilities between the functions and shows the priority functions. Stop functions have priority over run commands. The selection of functions is limited: v by the number of drive I/O which can be reassigned v by the incompatibility of certain functions with one another Functions PID regulator Preset speeds +/- speed Freewheel stop DC injection stop Forced operation PID regulator V Preset speeds V +/- speed Freewheel stop X V DC injection stop A Forced operation E E E Incompatible functions Priority functions (functions which cannot be active at the same time) Compatible functions X The arrow indicates which function has priority. For example, the Freewheel stop function has priority over the DC injection stop function. Not applicable 68 Presentation, characteristics 1 Starters, drives and communication 1 Communication via Modbus serial link Presentation Modbus is a master/slave protocol. Two exchange mechanisms are possible: b Request/response: The request from the master is addressed to a given slave. The master then waits for the response from the slave which has been interrogated. b Broadcasting: The master broadcasts a request to all the slave stations on the serial link, which execute the command without transmitting a response. The Altistart 48 soft start/soft stop units and the Altivar 21, Altivar 31, Altivar 61 and Altivar 71 variable speed drives have the Modbus protocol integrated as standard. The Altistart 48 soft start/soft stop unit and the Altivar 21 and Altivar 31 variable speed drives are connected to the Modbus serial link via their terminal ports. The Altivar 61 and Altivar 71 variable speed drives have 2 integrated communication ports: b A terminal port for connecting the graphic display terminal or an industrial HMI terminal (Magelis type) b A Modbus serial link port As an option, they can also be equipped with a VW3 A3 303 Modbus/Uni-Telway communication card which offers additional characteristics (4-wire RS 485, ASCII mode, etc.). Characteristics Type of device ATS 48 ATV 21 ATV 31 ATV 61, ATV 71 Type de connection Terminal port Modbus serial link port Communication card Structure Connector RJ45 RJ45 RJ45 RJ45 RJ45 9-way female SUB-D Topology Serial link Physical interface 2-wire RS 485 2-wire or 4-wire RS 485 Access method Master/slave Transmission mode RTU RTU or ASCII Data rate 38.4 Kbps – – – – p – 19.2 or 9.6 Kbps p p p p p p 4.8 Kbps p – p – p p Medium Double shielded twisted pair Number of subscribers 18, 27 or 31 slaves, depending on polarization (1) Type of polarization 4.7 kΩ pulldown resistors No pulldown Configurable. No pulldown or 4.7 kΩ pulldown resistors Length of serial link 1000 or 1300 m excluding tap links, depending on polarization (1) Tap link 3 or 20 m maximum, depending on polarization (1) (1) See the configuration table on page 69. Quantum Premium TSX Micro Twido ATV 31 ATV 71 ATV 61 ATS 48 Modbus serial link ATV 21 Connections: pages 69 and 70 References: pages 69 to 71 69 Connections, references 1 Starters, drives and communication 1 Communication via Modbus serial link Configuration on the basis of polarization The specification of the physical layer provided by standard RS 485 is incomplete. Various polarization diagrams can therefore be applied depending on the environment in which the equipment is to be used. The Modbus standard specifies the polarization exactly (1). Master With or without polarization 4.7 kΩ With polarization 470 Ω Slave Without polarization Configuration not recommended. Modbus type configuration 31 slaves. Length of serial link: 1300 m Tap link: 3 m maximum RC line terminators (R =120 Ω, C = 1 nF) With polarization 4.7 kΩ Uni-Telway type configuration 27 slaves Length of serial link: 1000 m Tap link: 20 m maximum RC line terminators (R =120 Ω, C = 1 nF) Mixed configuration 18 slaves Length of serial link: 1000 m Tap link: 20 m maximum RC line terminators (R =120 Ω, C = 1 nF) Connection elements for RJ45 wiring system Card Description Used with Reference Weight kg Communication card equipped with a 9-way female SUB-D connector ATV 61, ATV 71 VW3 A3 303 0.300 Accessories Description No. Unit reference Weight kg Modbus splitter block 10 RJ45 connectors and 1 screw terminal block 1 LU9 GC3 0.500 Modbus T-junction boxes With integrated cable (0.3 m) 2 VW3 A8 306 TF03 0,190 With integrated cable (1 m) 2 VW3 A8 306 TF10 0,210 Line terminators for RJ45 connector (3) R = 120 Ω, C = 1 nF 3 VW3 A8 306 RC 0,010 R = 150 Ω 3 VW3 A8 306 R 0.010 Cables Description Use No. Length Reference Weight From To m kg Cables for Modbus serial link 2 RJ45 connectors ATS 48, ATV 21, ATV 31, ATV 61, ATV 71 (terminal ports or Modbus serial liink ports) Modbus T-junction box VW3 A8 306 TFpp Modbus splitter block LU9 GC3 Modbus splitter block LU9 GC3 Modbus T-junction box VW3 A8 306 TFpp Modbus splitter block LU9 GC3 4 0.3 VW3 A8 306 R03 0.025 1 VW3 A8 306 R10 0.060 3 VW3 A8 306 R30 0.130 Cables for Modbus serial link One 9-way male SUB-D connector 1 RJ45 connector ATV 61, ATV 71 (+ communication card VW3 A3 303) Modbus splitter block LU9 GC3 4 1 VW3 A58 306 R10 0.080 3 VW3 A58 306 R30 0.150 Double shielded twisted pair cables Modbus splitter block LU9 GC3 (screw terminals) Modbus splitter block LU9 GC3 (screw terminals) 5 100 TSX CSA 100 5.680 200 TSX CSA 200 10.920 500 TSX CSA 500 30.000 (1) Standard defined in 2002, available on the website: www.modbus.org. (2) The cable for connecting the PLC and the splitter block depends on the type of PLC; please consult our “Automation platform Modicon Premium – Unity & PL7 software”, “Automation platform Modicon Quantum”, “Automation platform Modicon TSX Micro – PL7 software” and “Automation and relay functions” specialist catalogues. (3) Sold in lots of 2. 3 4 2 2 4 41 5 42 2 3 (2) Starters/drives PLC LU9 GC3 52 2 18 4 VW3 A8 306 TFpp 53 21 74 Presentation: page 68 Characteristics: page 68 70 Connections, references (continued) 1 Starters, drives and communication 1 Communication via Modbus serial link (1) The cable for connecting the PLC and the splitter block depends on the type of PLC; please consult our “Automation platform Modicon Premium - Unity & PL7 software”, “Automation platform Modicon Quantum”, “Automation platform Modicon TSX Micro – PL7 software” and “Automation and relay functions” specialist catalogues. Connection elements using tap junctions Accessories Description No. Reference Weight kg Tap junction 3 screw terminals, RC line terminator 1 TSX SCA 50 0.520 Subscriber socket Two 15-way female SUB-D connectors and 2 screw terminals, RC line terminator 2 TSX SCA 62 0.570 Cables Description Use No. Length Reference Weight From To m kg Double shielded twisted pair cables Tap junction TSX SCA 50, subscriber socket TSX SCA 62 Tap junction TSX SCA 50, subscriber socket TSX SCA 62 3 100 TSX CSA 100 5.680 200 TSX CSA 200 10.920 500 TSX CSA 500 30.000 Cable for Modbus serial link 1 RJ45 connector and one stripped end ATS 48, ATV 21, ATV 31, ATV 61, ATV 71 (terminal ports or Modbus serial link ports) Tap junction TSX SCA 50 4 3 VW3 A8 306 D30 0.150 Cable for Modbus serial link 1 RJ45 connector and one 15-way male SUB-D connector ATS 48, ATV 21, ATV 31, ATV 61, ATV 71 (terminal ports or Modbus serial link ports) Subscriber socket TSX SCA 62 5 3 VW3 A8 306 0.150 Cable for Uni-Telway and Modbus serial link 2 male SUB-D connectors, 9 and 15-way ATV 61, ATV 71 (+ communication card VW3 A3 303) Subscriber socket TSX SCA 62 5 3 VW3 A8 306 2 0.150 3 5 4 2 1 (1) Starters/drives PLC TSX SCA 50 5 33 17 8 TSX SCA 62 53 3 17 9 Presentation: page 68 Characteristics: page 68 71 References (continued) 1 Starters, drives and communication 1 Communication via Modbus serial link Connection elements using screw terminals Accessories Description Sold in lots of Reference unit Weight kg Line terminators for screw terminals R = 120 Ω, C = 1 nF 2 VW3 A8 306 DRC 0.200 R = 150 Ω 2 VW3 A8 306 DR 0.200 Cable Description Use Length Reference Weight From To m kg Cable for Modbus 1 RJ45 connector and one stripped end ATS 48, ATV 21, ATV 31, ATV 61, ATV 71 (terminal ports or Modbus serial link ports) Standard screw terminal, tap junction TSX SCA 50 3 VW3 A8 306 D30 0.150 Documentation The manuals and quick reference guides for starters and variable speed drives, as well as the user manuals for communication gateways, are available on the website: www.telemecanique.com. Presentation: page 68 Characteristics: page 68 Connections: pages 69 and 70 ART. 815133 10 / 2006 - V2.0 D IA 2E D 20 51 20 9E N Schneider Electric Industries SAS Head Office 89, bd Franklin Roosevelt 92506 Rueil-Malmaison Cedex France www.schneider-electric.com Due to evolution of standards and equipment, the characteristics indicated in texts and images of this document do not constitute a commitment on our part without confirmation. Design: Schneider Electric Photos: Schneider Electric Printed by: Simply Smart ! The efficiency of Telemecanique branded solutions Used in combination, Telemecanique products provide quality solutions, meeting all your Automation and Control applications requirements. A worldwide presence Constantly available b More than 5 000 points of sale in 130 countries. b You can be sure to find the range of products that are right for you and which complies fully with the standards in the country where they are used. Technical assistance wherever you are b Our technicians are at your disposal to assist you in finding the optimum solution for your particular needs. b Schneider Electric provides you with all necessary technical assistance, throughout the world. Simple machines Altistart 01: 0.37 to 75 kW Altivar 11: 0.18 to 2.2 kW Altivar 31: 0.18 to 15 kW Complex, high power machines Altivar 71: 0.37 to 500 kW www.telemecanique.com Pumping and ventilation machines Altistart 48: 4 to 1 200 kW Altivar 11...347: 0.18 to 2.2 kW Altivar 21: 0.75 to 75 kW Altivar 61: 0.75 to 630 kW
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