Smart VFD - Honeywell

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Introduction & Agenda
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Why we need VFDs
What is a VFD
Savings
Where VFDs are used
How VFDs are used
Motor Questions
Honeywell VFD Product Line
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Why Do We Need VFDs?
Green
Smart
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Energy
Savings
Why Do We Need VFDs?
• Buildings use 40% of US Energy
• 74% of U.S. Electricity used by
Commercial Buildings
(source: US DOE, 2008 Building Energy Data Book)
• ½ of electricity used to move air
and water
• How a VFD’s Save Electricity
(Money)?
- Vary Speed of a motor
- Most motors are oversized for peak
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demand
Motor Maintenance Savings
Soft Start
Reduced Green House gases
(externalities)
• Improved Comfort
VFDs Are a Key Component to an Energy Strategy
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What is a VFD?
Power
Supply
Motor
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AC Choke
EMC Filter
3 Phase
Input
Variable Frequency Drive
(VFD)
Rectifier
Bridge
DC Choke
V1
V3
V5
V2
V4
V6
IGBT
(Insulated
C
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DC Bus –
circuit
Gate Bipolar
Transitor)
Inverter
Energy Savings based on Proven Technology
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What is a VFD?
User Interface
Keypad, Display,
PC & Fieldbus
Connections
Power Section
Motor Control &
Protection
Control Section
Digital & Analog I/O,
Control Loops,
Parameters & Applications
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Savings
Axial
Percent
Speed
100%
90%
80%
70%
60%
50%
40%
30%
20%
10%
0%
Frequency
(Hertz)
60
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48
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36
30
24
18
12
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Percent
Savings
0%
27%
49%
66%
78%
88%
94%
97%
99%
100%
100%
Flow Rate
Rotational Speed
System Friction
Rotational Speed2
Horsepower
Rotational Speed3
Variable Frequency Drive Electricity Savings
100%
90%
Pump Power Demand (%)
• Affinity Laws
- Pumps & Fans
- Centrifugal &
27%
80%
66%
70%
60%
88%
Percent Savings 97%
50%
40%
30%
20%
10%
0%
0%
10%
20%
30%
40%
50%
70%
Pump Speed (%)
VFD & Pump
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60%
CV Pump
80%
90% 100%
Savings - Typical HVAC System Load
•% Operating Time
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•10
•8
•6
•4
•2
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•25
•50
•% Flow or Volume
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•Data Supplied by the U/K Dept of Trade & Industry
•Variable Flow is Possible
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Savings
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100
Power (%)
• Pump Systems
• Methods
- By-Pass
- Modify Impeller
- Change Impeller
- Throttling Valve
- New Pump
- VFD
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Speed
Flow
Rate (%)
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• Fan Systems
• Methods
- By-Pass
- Inlet Vane Pitch
- Control Damper
- New Fan
- Eddy Current Drive
- VFD
Power (%)
Savings
Speed (%)
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Where VFDs Are Used
• Supply and return fans
• Cooling Towers
• Compressors
• Stairway and parking
ventilation
• Boiler pumps and fans
• Kitchen Hoods
• Roof Top Units
• Air Handlers
• Elevators
• Escalators
VFDs are crucial part of energy management system
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Where VFDs are Used – Fans and Pumps
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Where VFDs are Used - Packaged Equipment
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How VFDs Are Used: Fan Application – VAV System
•Supply fan
•Cooling & heating coils
•Damper
•Damper
•Filter
•Pressure & flow sensor
•VAV box
•Return fan
•Damper
•Flow sensor
•VAV box
•VAV box
•Damper
•Damper
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How VFDs Are Used: Fan Application – VAV System
•Supply fan
•Cooling & heating
coils
•Damper
•Filter
•Pressure & flow sensor
•VAV box
•Return fan
•Damper
•VAV box
•Damper
•VAV box
•Flow sensor
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Where Drives are Used: Cooling Tower Fans
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Reduced wear and tear
Improved control
Fewer start/stops
Energy Savings
•Chiller
•Cooling tower
•Fan
•Condensor pump
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Where Drives are Used: Primary Chilled Water Pump
• Chilled water, hot water,
domestic, boiler feed
• Multiple pump applications
- Lead-Lag
•Chillers
- Multi-follower
•Primary
system
•Secondary
system
•Cooling coils
•Secondary pumps
•Primary pumps
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VFD
• PID Application
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VFD
• T775 Application
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DDC Interface
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Motors / Concerns
Motor Name Plate Data is Fundamental to Drive
Selection
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Motors
Inverter Duty Rated Motors Preferred
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Products – NX Family
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NXS Product Family
NXL Product Family
NXB Cool Blue Bypass
1.5 - 250 HP 480Vac
1 - 40 HP 480Vac
1.5 - 250 HP 480Vac
1 - 125 HP 208/230Vac
3 - 100 HP 575Vac
.5 - 3 HP 208/230Vac
3DI, 2AI, 1AO, 2RO
1 - 125 HP 208/230Vac
3 - 100 HP 575Vac
6DI, 2AI, 1AO, 2RO
NEMA 1, 12, 3R
IO dependant upon Drive
NEMA 1, 12, 3R Available
3 Day Service Class
NEMA 1, 12, 3R Available
3 Day Service Class
Built in AC Choke & RFI Filter *
10-20 Day Service Class
Built in AC Choke & RFI Filter
Modbus Standard
Field Bus dependant upon Drive
Option Cards for BACnet,
Option Cards for BACnet, Lon,
Fused Disconnect Option
Modbus, Lon, N2
N2, Profibus and others
2 or 3 Contactor Bypasses
Profibus, and others
*No A208/230Vac C Choke on Open Chassis
Auto-Bypass Option
Obsolete
Brief review of Honeywell’s Energy Saving VFDs
Products – SmartVFD family
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SmartVFD HVAC
SmartVFD Bypass
SmartVFD Compact
1.5 - 250 HP 480Vac
1.5 - 250 HP 480Vac
.5 - 7.5 HP 480Vac 3~/3~
1 - 125 HP 208/230Vac
1 - 125 HP 208/230Vac
.5 - 3 HP 230Vac 1~ or 3~/3~
3 - 100 HP 575Vac NXS Now
3 - 100 HP 575Vac (2012) NXS Now
.25 - 1.5 HP 115V 1~/230V 3~
6DI, 2AI, 1AO, 2RO
IO and Fieldbus same as drive
1 - 7.5 HP 575Vac 3~/3~
NEMA 1, 12, 3R Available
3 Day Service Class
Open Chassis with NEMA1 kit
3 Day Service Class
10 Day Service Class (20 Day NEMA 12/3R)
3 Day service Class
Built in DC Choke & RFI Filter
Field Bus same as Smart VFD HVAC
Modbus Standard
BACnet, Modbus, N2 Standard
Fused Disconnect Option
RFI filter Standard
Lon Card option available
2 and 3 Contactor Bypass Options available
6DI or 3DI options available
Enhanced Keypad
Auto-bypass option
Honeywell’s Energy Saving VFDs next generation
SmartVFD HVAC
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Intuitive Interface
Easy Commissioning
Standard Communication
Reliable Protection
Effective Operation/Monitoring
The SmartVFD for Smart Buildings
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Intuitive Interface
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High resolution Display
Startup Wizard
PID Setup wizard
Intuitive commissioning
Manual in keypad
Help screens
Real time clock
Local/Remote Button
Memory in keypad
Intuitive, Effective, Consistant SMART
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Built-In Protection
• DC Choke
- Built in resistors for
upfront protection
- Meets EN61800-3-12
• Conformal Coated/
Varnished boards
• C2 class EMC filter
standard
• Built in Fan
- NEMA12 extra fan
Harmonic, RFI, Environmental Protection
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SMART Software
• Power loss ride through
• Fire mode
• Memory in keypad
• Pump and Fan Cascade
• Ramp Time Optimizer
• Maintenance Counters
• Pump Soft Fill
• 2 PID Controllers
• Fault Reset
• Motor Pre-heat
The SmartVFD for Smart Buildings
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Smart VFD HVAC Control Board
•ARM9 Processor (200MHz)
•Flash Memory 32Mb
•RAM Memory 128Mb
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Easy Communications
• Standard
- RS485
 BACnet
 N2
 Modbus
- Ethernet
 Modbus/TCP
 BACnet/IP
- Option Cards
 LonWorks
Built-in Communications
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Smart VFD HVAC Fieldbus RS-485
• RS485 2 Wire Connection
- BACnet
- N2
- Modbus
• RS485 4 Wires
- Keypad
- PC Tools
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RS-485
4W
RS-485
2W
Smart VFD HVAC Fieldbus Ethernet
• Ethernet connection is integrated to the main processor
• Supported General Protocols
- TCP/IP (basic protocol)
- DHCP, AUTOIP, IPConfig
• Supported Industrial Protocols
- Modbus/TCP
- BacNet IP
- Vacon HMI protocol (for PC tool usage)
- Ethernet/IP and Profinet (Future option)
• Cable max length 100m (to switch)
• Future
- FTP
- HTTP, simple web browser interface
Ethernet
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Maintenance
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Keep it dry
Keep it clean
Tight connections (Not too tight)
Fan clearance
Remove fan in demo
Right Enclosure
Review Demo VFD Wiring, Switches
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2 Position Slide Switches
• ON
• Current
• Current
• Current
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RS485
AO1
AI2
AI1
OFF
Voltage
Voltage
Voltage
SmartVFD BYPASS
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Low total installed cost
Compact size
Easy component access
NEMA 1, 12, 3R
All configurations
- Disconnect
- 2-contactor
- 3-contactor
- 3-contactor with AutoBypass
Height Comparison
2ctr (1 - 7.5HP)
3ctr (1 - 7.5HP)
2ctr (10-20HP)
3ctr (10-20HP)
2ctr (20-40HP)
3ctr (20-40HP)
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Cool Blue
40 in
40 in
46 in
46 in
53 in
53 in
Next Gen
30 in
37 in
33 in
40 in
43 in
53 in
Auto Bypass
•Drive fault will cause automatic BYPASS
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Available configurations
Fused
Disconnect
Drive
Fused/CB
Disconnect
Drive
Drive
Overload
Protection
•Disconnect, 2-contactor, 3-contactor
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Honeywell’s Micro Drive Overview
• Many Micro VFDs have too
many or too few capabilities
• Chose the options to meet the
application:
- HP and Voltage
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- Interface
- Filter
- Enclosure
- Inputs and Outputs
3 Year Warranty
- Longer than all competitors
Small installed size
Fast installation
Intuitive commissioning
Easy communication
Optimize Capabilities, Minimize Waste
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Physical Options inputs/Outputs and Communications
• Power Range
- 208/240VAC, 1~in/3~out, .25HP to 3HP
FRAME
- 460VAC, 3~in/3~out, .5 to 7.5HP
- 208/240 VAC 3~in/3~out, .25HP to 3HP
MI1
- 575VAC 3~in/3~out, 1HP – 7.5HP
MI2
- 115Vac 1~in/230Vac 3~out, .25HP – 1.5HP
MI3
• Two Application Interfaces (API) available
- Full API
 LCD, 2 Analog In, 1 Analog Out, 6 Digital In, 1
Digital Out, 2 Relay Outputs
- Limited API
 LCD, 1 Analog In, 1 Analog Out, 3 Digital In, 1
Relay Output
• Modbus connection standard in both API
• Enclosure - Open Chassis or NEMA 1 kit
• Optional EMC Filter on some versions
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6.2”
7.7”
10.2”
W
2.6”
3.5”
3.9”
D
3.9”
4.0”
4.3”
Fast Installation
• Din Rail and Screw
Mountable
• Book shelf, Side-by-side
installation
- No side clearance required
•Din Rail Clip
•Book Shelf Mounting
•Screw Holes
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•Screw Holes
Intuitive Commissioning - KeyPad
• Click-Wheel Interface
• Intelligent menu
navigation
• Status Indicators
- Ready, Run, Stop, Alarm, Fault
• Control Indicators
- Forward, Reverse, I/O, Keypad,
Fieldbus
• Menu Indicators
- Reference, Monitor, Parameter,
Fault
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Intuitive Commissioning - MCA
• Micro Communications
Adapter
• Upload and Download
parameters without
powering the drive
• PC Connection to the
drive for
- Commissioning
- Control
- Monitoring
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Honeywell Warranty Process Review
• 2 Year Standard Warranty
• 3 Year Warranty with Commissioning
Training
• Warranty period is from date of
purchase
• Process:
- Call HON technical support for trouble
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shooting help
No resolution, Warranty coordinator will
issue RGA
PO needed for advanced replacement
Under warranty – Credit Adv Rep PO
Warranties covered if the process is
followed and product is not abused
Critical to Call Hot Line ~ No Return Goods
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Tools
• Beyondinnovation.honeywell.com
- Pricing tools
- Product manuals
- Sales brochures
- Instruction sheets
- Submittal documents
- Marketing materials
• Specify.honeywell.com
- CE spec information
• Customer.honeywell.com/vfd
- Under Software:
- PC commissioning and control tool
- Firmware updates
- Energy savings calculators
• Technical Support Hotline
- (888) 516-9347, option 4
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Smart VFD HVAC Type code
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HVFDSD3C0020G200
Smart VFD 3-Phase 460v, 2HP, Graphical Keypad, NEMA12, EMC
HVFDSD3C0020T100
Smart VFD 3-Phase 460v, 2HP, Text Keypad, NEMA1, EMC
How to Select the Drive - Questions to ask
NEMA rating? How harsh is the environment?
Filtering requirements?
Full load current (A) and HP of motor ?
Power supply voltage?
Single phase or 3 phase input?
Does the application need a bypass?
Is there a disconnect on site?
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Tools - Product Selection
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Tools – VFD PC Programming
• Commission
• Control
• Upload/Download
• Monitor/Trend
• Faults
• Print/Save
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Take-off Service
• Complete schedule and quote creation from
blueprints and specs
- We ask that drawings are submit in PDF or TIFF format via
email (no downloads via database)
• Partial jobs are OK
• Cross-reference service
• Contact Info:
- [email protected]
- Tel: (888) 664-4092
- Fax: (877) 880-3386
Information OUT
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∝ Information IN
Questions
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Summary Questions
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If I reduce power to a motor by _____% I will save 58% in energy.
Honeywell drives come standard with DC chokes and RFI filters. T or F
What’s the DC choke’s function?
The keypad is portable and can hold 3 programs. T or F
Smart drives can be integrated into a Lon system. T or F
When sizing a vfd the hp is more important than amperage. T or F
Three reasons to buy a vfd?
Honeywell vfd’s have a 1 year warranty. T or F
It’s safe to open the vfd control compartment if the vfd is off. T or F
Will the drive tell you the time and date?
Can I start and stop the drive from the internal timeclock?
LAB 1
Start up Wizard & Keypad
basics
Start up Wizard Lab
• Run the Start-Up Wizard
- Change the date and time to 8:33AM, June 6, 2012
- RPM 1880
- Nominal Current 6Amps
• Test out the drive with the demo unit
- Flip DIN1 – start forward
- Move AL1 – ramp up the motor
- Toggle Din3 – what happens?
- Toggle Din6 – what happens?
• Reset factory defaults and let other person have a
try
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LAB 2
Monitoring
Monitoring Lab
• Return to Main menu
• Enter Monitor Menu
• Select motor Torque in the Multi-monitor screen and
select OK
• Scroll up to Energy Counter and hit enter
• Run the demo, DI 1, Turn Analog knob, and notice
the values change.
• Change whatever other values you would like
scrolling up and down through monitor values
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LAB 3
Fault Review
Smart VFD HVAC Faults in General
• Active faults
- Max 10 Active faults simultaniously
• Faulthistory
- Max 40 faults in history
• Different fault types:
- FAULT = Stops the Motor if not programmed otherwise
- ALARM = Tells about unwanted conditions. No affect on
motor
- INFO = Might need resetting but wont have an affect on the
motor
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Smart VFD HVAC If a fault happens
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The fault is displayed on the screen (screen blinks)
Stop button works as reset (press 1s)
Remote reset from Fieldbus or I/O
The fault can be accessed and reseted from the diagnostics menu
Faultcodes: Chapter 3.7.2 In the application manual
• Flip Din3 – external Fault
• Go the active Fault screen
• Review the fault history
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LAB 4
Other Parameters
Quick Setup
• Change Min Frequency to 10hz
- Turn on drive to minimum and confirm
• Change acceleration and deceleration time to 2
minutes – run and test
• Change acceleration and deceleration time to 2
seconds – run and test
• Change Preset Frequency 1 to 25Hz Flip DIN4 to test
• Change Preset Frequency 2 to 30Hz Flip DIN5 to test
• Change I/O A Control reference to AI2 - test
• In User Settings save parameters to the keypad
- Then download from the keypad.
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Other Parameters
• Auto-Restart
- Enable Auto-Restart
- Enable external fault auto restart – 4 times
- Test using the external fault functionality
- Place the Auto-restart parameter in favorites
- Confirm the parameter is in the favorites menu
• Motor Control
- Change the Switching Frequency to 5kHz
 Can affect the noise of the motor
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Prohibit Frequencies
• Complete this lab as a team
• Prohibit frequency
• Set range 1 low at 30 and high at 35
• Set range 2 low at 45 and high at 50
• Start vfd, twist pot slowly to observe
• Save your program to the keypad and download your
program from the keypad (M6)
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Motor Pre-Heat
• Complete this lab individually
• Motor Preheat Function
• Turn DIN 1 OFF
• Go to M3.1.2.3 PREHEAT FUNCTION
• Select TEMP LIMIT, enter 40 / 38 degrees C, Hit BACK
• Select ADD TO FAVORITES, Hit OK
• Note DO 1 is energized and display reads HEATING
• Go to 2.2.11 (BASIC MONITORING)
• Note UNIT TEMPERATURE
• Go to M7 Favorites, Select PREHEAT TEMP LIMIT
• Enter a temperature 5 / 7 degress C below Unit Temp
• Note DO 1 is De-energized, Hit BACK
• Select REM FROM FAVORITES to remove from
Favorites list
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LAB 4
PID Wizard
PID Wizard
• Via the Basic parameters enable the PID Wizard
- Programming assuming the following
 0-2 inches of water column range
 Measured to the tenths place
 Sensor wired into AI1
 Normal pressure relationship – Not inverted
 Set point 1.5 inches
 Set Sleep Mode
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Lab 12
• Complete this lab individually
• PID setup
• Go to QUICK SETUP, change MIN FREQ to 0 and activate PID
MINI WIZARD
• Enter following selections:
• In wg for engineering units
• 0 for process unit minimum
• 5 for process unit maximum
• 2 for process unit decimals
• AI1 for FB (feedback) 1 source
• 0-10 V for AI1 signal range
• NORMAL for error inversion
• KEYPAD SP 1 for SP (setpoint) 1 source
• 2 for Keypad SP 1
• NO for Sleep Function
• Press OK to exit
• Turn DIN1 on, twist pot and observe
• Go to MONITOR, PID CONTROLLER 1, twist pot, observe
• Go to 3.12.1.2 and set your INTEGRATION TIME
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LAB 5
Keypad Control
Lab 14
• Complete this lab individually
• Keypad Control
• Will override DIN’s but not active fault
• Press LOC/REM button, Select LOCAL
• Press LOC/REM button again, select CONTROL PLACE
• Note multimonitor screen below, insert tod in top right
• Hit OK on speed reference bar (blinks). Ramp the motor
up and down using the up and down arrow keys
• Hit the STOP button, follow instructions
• Return to CONTROL PLACE, ramp up and down
• Return to IO control by pressing LOC/REM again and
selecting REMOTE
• Process simplified next rev
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Lab 1
• Relax
• Complete this lab as a team
• Keypad Review
• Menu Review
• Restore Factory Defaults
- M6 User Settings; M6.5 Parameter Backup; M6.5.1 Restore
factory defaults
- Unit restarts
- Select ENGLISH, US, Set TIME, DATE (day.month), YEAR
- Startup wizard = Yes
- Select FAN, 1720 RPM, 3.55A
• Puts you back in Basic Monitor Mode
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Lab 2
• Complete this lab individually
• Review QUICK SETUP (M1) parameters & observe
vfd behavior
• EXPLAIN DIN 1-6 - Write down DIN settings?
• Select M1 (scroll to following settings)
- Change MOTOR COS PHI to .85 / .80
 Push ok on parameter, push ok on EDIT, make
change (scroll east, west, example)
- Change I/O CTRL REF to AI1
- Change PRESET FREQ 1 to 20 / 25
- Change PRESET FREQ 2 to 40 / 45
- Change ACCEL TIME 1 to 20 / 30 (120 example)
- Change DECEL TIME 1 to 15 / 25
• Go to parameter M3.2.4 set to RAMPING
• EXPLAIN SEQUENCE
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Lab 2 Continued
• Turn on DIN 1, Twist VOLTAGE INPUT – Observe
• Turn on DIN 2 – Nothing
• Turn on DIN 4 – Vfd goes to preset 1 speed – turn off
• Turn on DIN 5 – Vfd goes to preset 2 speed
• Turn on DIN 4 – Vfd goes to preset 3 speed (not in
Quick Setup)
• Turn on DIN 3 – External shutdown contact –
observe display – turn off
• Turn on DIN 6 – External fault reset
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Lab 3
• Complete this lab individually
• Monitoring Menu Review
• Select M2 (note number (8))
• Note MULTIMONITOR icon
• Review 8 monitoring point groups (Hit ok on each)
• Go to M2.2
• Start vfd and twist AI1
• Note difference between Output Frequency and Freq
Reference (accel, decel delay)
• Scroll to Analog Input 1, twist pot, observe
• Scroll to Analog Output 1 (meter), twist pot, observe
value and meter
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Lab 3 Continued
• Select MULTIMONITOR
• Scroll to lower left block, hit OK, scroll to REAL
TIME CLOCK, hit OK
• How many point options are available to display?
• Scroll to lower right block, hit OK, scroll to ANALOG
INPUT 1, hit OK
• Twist pot, observe
• Scroll to lower middle block, hit OK, make your
selection
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Lab 4
• Complete this lab individually
• Fan won’t run until damper interlock is made
• Explain DIG IN SLOT A. 2
• Turn DIN 1 off
• Go to parameter M3.5.1.11 RUN INTERLOCK 1
• Hit OK and EDIT (scroll through options on both
sides of .)
• Set to DigINSlotA.2 / 4
• Turn DIN 1 on; Result?
• Turn DIN 2 / 4 on; Result?
• Return to parameter M3.5.1.11, set to DigINSlot0.2 / 4
• Turn on DIN 1; fan should run
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Lab 7
• Complete this lab individually
• Fault Review (M4 Diagnostics Menu)
• Max 10 Active Faults simultaneously
• Max 40 Faults in history
• FAULT, ALARM, INFO
• Blinking fault displayed on keypad
• Fault codes listed in chapter 3.7.2 in Application Manual
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Lab 7 Continued
• Turn on DIN 1, twist pot
• Turn on DIN 3, external shutdown switch
• Display blinking fault, Hit OK, Read info, Notice Fault
Code, Hit OK
• Fault name displayed, Hit OK, Select DETAILS
• Review fault details, Hit BACK
• Turn off DIN 3, Hit BACK
• Select RESET FAULTS, Select RESET FAULTS (Active
Faults = 0)
• Motor starts
• Turn on DIN 3, Turn off DIN 3
• Hit BACK, Hit BACK, Select RESET FAULTS, Select
RESET FAULTS, Motor runs
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Lab 7 Continued
• Complete this as a team
• Go to PROTECTIONS (M3.9)
• Select M3.9.2 EXTERNAL FAULT
• Select EDIT, Review options
• Select ALARM
• Turn on DIN 3, Note alarm, Motor continues to run
• Reset (clear) ACTIVE FAULT
• Go back to M3.9.2 and make EXTERNAL FAULT a
FAULT
• Review options in M3.9.1 AI LOW FAULT
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Lab 8
• Complete this lab individually
• Motor Preheat Function
• Turn DIN 1 OFF
• Go to M3.1.2.3 PREHEAT FUNCTION
• Select TEMP LIMIT, enter 40 / 38 degrees C, Hit BACK
• Select ADD TO FAVORITES, Hit OK
• Note DO 1 is energized and display reads HEATING
• Go to 2.2.11 (BASIC MONITORING)
• Note UNIT TEMPERATURE
• Go to M7 Favorites, Select PREHEAT TEMP LIMIT
• Enter a temperature 5 / 7 degress C below Unit Temp
• Note DO 1 is De-energized, Hit BACK
• Select REM FROM FAVORITES to remove from
Favorites list
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Lab 9
• One person program 9 other person 10
• Use internal timeclock to start stop vfd
• Turn all DIN’s off
• Insert time of day in multimonitor – note time
• Go to parameter 3.11.1.1 – 00:00 (Interval 1)
• .2 – 23:00
• .3 – Sunday
• .4 – Saturday
• .5 – TimeChannel.1
• Go to parameter 3.5.1.1 – TimeChannel.1
• Vfd should start
• Press STOP button on keypad, follow instructions to
restart
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Lab 10
• One program 9 other 10
• Use internal timeclock to invoke preset speed
• Turn all DIN’s off
• Insert time of day in multimonitor – note time
• Note preset speed 1 setting and put in Favorites
• Go to parameter 3.11.2.1 – 00:00 (Interval 2)
• .2 – 23:00
• .3 – Sunday
• .4 – Saturday
• .5 – TimeChannel.2
• Go to parameter 3.5.1.16 – TimeChannel.2
• Vfd should run at preset speed 1
• Press STOP button on keypad, follow instructions to
restart
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Lab 11
• Restore factory defaults
• Setup drive
• Setup mini wizard using defaults
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Lab 12
• Complete this lab individually
• PID setup
• Go to QUICK SETUP, change MIN FREQ to 0 and activate PID
MINI WIZARD
• Enter following selections:
• In wg for engineering units
• 0 for process unit minimum
• 5 for process unit maximum
• 2 for process unit decimals
• AI1 for FB (feedback) 1 source
• 0-10 V for AI1 signal range
• NORMAL for error inversion
• KEYPAD SP 1 for SP (setpoint) 1 source
• 2 for Keypad SP 1
• NO for Sleep Function
• Press OK to exit
• Turn DIN1 on, twist pot and observe
• Go to MONITOR, PID CONTROLLER 1, twist pot, observe
• Go to 3.12.1.2 and set your INTEGRATION TIME
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Lab 13
• Complete this lab as a team
• Prohibit frequency
• Set range 1 low at 30 and high at 35
• Set range 2 low at 45 and high at 50
• Start vfd, twist pot slowly to observe
• Save your program to the keypad and download your
program from the keypad (M6)
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Lab 14
• Complete this lab individually
• Keypad Control
• Will override DIN’s but not active fault
• Press LOC/REM button, Select LOCAL
• Press LOC/REM button again, select CONTROL PLACE
• Note multimonitor screen below, insert tod in top right
• Hit OK on speed reference bar (blinks). Ramp the motor
up and down using the up and down arrow keys
• Hit the STOP button, follow instructions
• Return to CONTROL PLACE, ramp up and down
• Return to IO control by pressing LOC/REM again and
selecting REMOTE
• Process simplified next rev
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Lab 4
• Complete this lab individually
• Create a maintenance alarm (fault)
• Select MULTIMONITOR (M2.1)
• Place MaintenanceCounter1 in lower left (scroll to
lower left and hit OK, find MaintenanceCounter1 and
hit OK)
• Set DIN1 to OFF
• Go to M3 (Go up)
• Go to M3.15.1 select RUNTIME / REVOLUTIONS
• Go to M3.15.2 enter .01 hours / 1K
• Go to Multimonitor
• Set DIN1 to ON, wait time, rpm
• Observe alarm
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Lab 4 Continued
• Reset alarm
• Go to M3.15.1 and set to NOT USED
• Go to M3.15.4 and select RESET
• Go to M4.1 and review ACTIVE FAULTS
• Time in lower right corner, how much?
• What is it?
• Press OK and DETAILS
• Go to M4.2 and RESET FAULTS
• Fault will be removed from ACTIVE and stored in
FAULT HISTORY
• More on FAULTS in later lab
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Lab 6
• Complete this lab individually
• External Fault Auto Reset
• Start vfd, twist pot, run motor, turn DIN 3 on, observe
• Turn DIN 6 on then off to reset fault
• Go to M3.10.1 and set to ENABLED (please note this
parameter is also in Quick Setup)
• Go to M3.10.3 and set to 7 / 10 seconds
• Go to M3.10.12 and set to YES
• M3.10.4 and 5, read HELP, don’t change
• Turn DIN 1 on, twist pot, wait 10 seconds
• Turn DIN 3 on, wait 5 seconds, turn DIN 3 off
• Observe behavior
• Next person repeat
• Fault active and history lab next
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