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GE Oil & Gas

Vector VII

Variable Speed
Drive
757KVA - 1515KVA

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PN: 810207 Revision: 6.8.1

1
2

Quick Start Guide............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 6


I want to............................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
2.1
Activate the normal drive screen............................................................................................................................................................... 6
2.2
Activate the status indicator screen......................................................................................................................................................... 6
2.3
Adjust the frequency setpoint..................................................................................................................................................................... 7
2.4
Clear the Fault state........................................................................................................................................................................................ 7
2.5
Determine the current rating of this drive.............................................................................................................................................. 7
2.6
Change one of the parameters in the Linear List................................................................................................................................ 7
2.7
Save Data Log, Current Log, and Events files to USB Flash disk.................................................................................................... 7
2.8
Set drive parameters to their factory default values......................................................................................................................... 7
2.9
Adjust the V/F behavior of the drive......................................................................................................................................................... 7
2.10
Fine tune the drive output voltage without stopping the drive..................................................................................................... 7
3
Installation and Setup.................................................................................................................................................................................................... 7
3.1
Site Installation................................................................................................................................................................................................. 7
3.1.1
Equipment Inspection...........................................................................................................................................................................7
3.1.2
Equipment Installation and Requirements...................................................................................................................................8
3.1.3
Electrical Connections........................................................................................................................................................................10
3.2
Hardware Connections................................................................................................................................................................................11
3.2.1
Control Terminals.................................................................................................................................................................................11
3.2.2
External Stop Switches.......................................................................................................................................................................16
3.2.3
Standby Switch Input..........................................................................................................................................................................16
3.2.4
Event Switch...........................................................................................................................................................................................16
3.2.5
Remote Run and Reference...........................................................................................................................................................16
3.3
Startup Checks................................................................................................................................................................................................17
3.3.1
Pre Power-Up.........................................................................................................................................................................................17
3.3.2
Pre Run Checks.....................................................................................................................................................................................18
3.3.3
Drive Start Up........................................................................................................................................................................................19
3.4
Keypad Conventions.....................................................................................................................................................................................19
3.4.1
Soft keys....................................................................................................................................................................................................19
3.4.2
Arrow Keys..............................................................................................................................................................................................20
3.4.3
Start / Stop...............................................................................................................................................................................................20
3.4.4
Status Indicator Screen Old Blue Box HMI..................................................................................................................................20
3.4.5
Status Indicator Screen New HMI..................................................................................................................................................21
3.5
Configuration...................................................................................................................................................................................................22
3.5.1
Drive Mode..............................................................................................................................................................................................22
3.5.2
Frequency Behavior.............................................................................................................................................................................22
3.5.3
Alarms and Restarts...........................................................................................................................................................................22
3.5.4
Motor Direction.....................................................................................................................................................................................22
4
Screen Descriptions......................................................................................................................................................................................................23
4.1
Run Status.........................................................................................................................................................................................................23
4.2
Event Log...........................................................................................................................................................................................................24
4.3
Select Screen (Not logged in).....................................................................................................................................................................25
4.4
Enter Password...............................................................................................................................................................................................26
4.5
Select Screen (Logged in)............................................................................................................................................................................27
4.6
Fault Status.......................................................................................................................................................................................................29
4.7
Amp Chart.........................................................................................................................................................................................................30
4.8
Trending.............................................................................................................................................................................................................31
4.9
History Screen.................................................................................................................................................................................................32
4.10
Setup Screen....................................................................................................................................................................................................33
4.11
Osiris.................................................................................................................................................................................................................34
4.12
Drive I/O.............................................................................................................................................................................................................35
4.13
Last Fault...........................................................................................................................................................................................................36
4.14
All Monitors.......................................................................................................................................................................................................37
4.15
Run Info..............................................................................................................................................................................................................41
4.16
Set Date and Time..........................................................................................................................................................................................42
4.17
Linear List Menu.............................................................................................................................................................................................43
4.17.1
Linear List................................................................................................................................................................................................44
4.18
Operating Mode..............................................................................................................................................................................................45
4.18.1
Selection Parameter Change..........................................................................................................................................................46
4.18.2
Operating Mode Frequency Control........................................................................................................................................47
4.18.3
Operating Mode - Analog Follower...............................................................................................................................................48
4.18.4
Operating Mode Current Control..............................................................................................................................................50
4.18.5
Operating Mode Pressure Control...........................................................................................................................................51
4.19
Alarms Setup....................................................................................................................................................................................................53
4.20
Underload Setup.............................................................................................................................................................................................55
4.21
Start Control.....................................................................................................................................................................................................56
4.22
Numeric Parameter Change......................................................................................................................................................................58

4.23
Frequency Setup.............................................................................................................................................................................................59
4.24
Analog 1 Setup................................................................................................................................................................................................60
4.25
Analog 2 Setup................................................................................................................................................................................................62
4.26
Analog 3 Setup................................................................................................................................................................................................63
4.27
Misc Setup.........................................................................................................................................................................................................65
4.28
Comm Setup.....................................................................................................................................................................................................66
4.29
Hard Starting...................................................................................................................................................................................................68
4.30
Maintenance Menu........................................................................................................................................................................................69
4.31
Startup Control................................................................................................................................................................................................70
4.32
Keypad Test......................................................................................................................................................................................................72
5
Parameter Locator........................................................................................................................................................................................................73
6
Remote User Interface.................................................................................................................................................................................................75
6.1
What is the Remote User Interface?.......................................................................................................................................................75
6.2
Configuration...................................................................................................................................................................................................75
6.3
Capabilities.......................................................................................................................................................................................................76
6.4
V/Hz Factory and Manual Set-up.............................................................................................................................................................77
6.4.1
Factory Default V/Hz and Definition...........................................................................................................................................77
6.4.2
Selectable 60 Hz V/Hz settings......................................................................................................................................................78
6.4.3
Selectable 50 Hz V/Hz settings......................................................................................................................................................81
6.4.4
V/Hz Manual Set-up............................................................................................................................................................................85
7
SCADA Interface.............................................................................................................................................................................................................86
7.1
SCADA Interface Port....................................................................................................................................................................................86
7.2
SCADA Addresses...........................................................................................................................................................................................86
7.3
New HMI Communication Ports Pin Out...............................................................................................................................................93
8
Troubleshooting and Maintenance.........................................................................................................................................................................94
8.1
Main Circuit Test Procedure.......................................................................................................................................................................94
8.1.1
Test Point Designations..................................................................................................................................................................94
8.1.2
Main Power Circuit Test and Troubleshooting......................................................................................................................95
8.2
Drive System Troubleshooting..................................................................................................................................................................98
8.2.1
Drive Frame PC Board Designations..............................................................................................................................................99
8.2.2
System Power Checks and Troubleshooting...............................................................................................................................99
8.2.3
Fan/Heat Exchanger Troubleshooting.....................................................................................................................................100
8.2.4
Drive Status / Fault Codes.............................................................................................................................................................100
8.3
General Maintenance................................................................................................................................................................................ 104
8.3.1
Periodic Inspection NO Power Applied..................................................................................................................................104
8.3.2
Periodic Inspection Power Applied (External Only)............................................................................................................105
Appendix..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 106
1
Dimensions and Weights......................................................................................................................................................................................... 106
2
Default Parameter Values........................................................................................................................................................................................ 108
3
USB Flash Drive Operation...................................................................................................................................................................................... 109
3.1
Save History files......................................................................................................................................................................................... 110
3.2
Save Configuration to USB flash drive................................................................................................................................................ 110
3.3
Save Linear List to USB flash drive....................................................................................................................................................... 110
3.4
Load configuration from a USB flash drive to a Vector VII drive........................................................................................... 111
4
Linear List....................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 111
5
Tools Recommended for Maintenance and Repair........................................................................................................................................ 151
6
CE Conformity for drives purchased with CE Option..................................................................................................................................... 152
6.1
Emergency Stop Function........................................................................................................................................................................ 152

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Intended Use

This manual applies to the 757, 815, 1010, 1136, 1400 and 1515 models of the GE Oil & Gas Vector VII Variable Speed Drive that
are loaded with Firmware revision 6.8.

General Specifications
Electrical Specifications:
Rated Input Voltage:

Efficiency:
Output Voltage:
Output Frequency:

480 Volt, 3 phase, 60 Hz (+ / - 10% of rated voltage and frequency).


Consult factory for other input voltages and frequency ratings.
97% or greater at full load.
0 Volts to rated input voltage
0 Hertz to 120 Hertz.

Control Specifications:
Control Method:
Accel / Decel:
Drive Overload:
Current Limit:

Sine coded output with optional VSG (Variable Sinewave Generation) technology.
0 Seconds to 6,000 seconds.
110% of drive rating for 60 seconds (Variable Torque).
Programmable current limit.

Control I/O:
Digital Inputs:
Digital Outputs:
Analog Inputs:


Analog Outputs:
Analog Reference:
Logic Reference:

7 Programmable inputs - 24 VDC, 8 mA Sinking or Sourcing Logic.


2 Programmable dry contacts rated 250 VAC / 30 VDC @ 1A.
1 Fault contact - Form C dry contact rated 250 VAC / 30 VDC @ 1A.
3 Programmable inputs (10 bit).
2 Input 0 to +10 VDC 20 K Ohms
1 Input 0 to +10 VDC 20 K Ohms or 4 to 20 mA 250 Ohms
2 Programmable outputs (10 bit) 0 to +10 VDC 2 mA.
+15 VDC Source 20 mA.
+24 VDC Source 8 mA.

Environmental Specifications:
Ambient Service Temperature:

Ambient Storage Temperature:
Humidity:

Altitude:

Vibration:

0C to 50C (32F to 122F)


to -40C (-40F) with optional arctic package.
-20C to 60C (-4F to 140F)
0 to 100%
Up to 1000 Meters (3300 Feet) without de-rate.
9.81m/s2 (1 G) maximum 10 to 20 Hz, 2.0 m/s2 (0.2 G) 20 Hz to 50 Hz.

Vector, VSG and Osiris are all registered trademarks of GE Oil & Gas ESP, Inc.

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General Precautions
DANGER: This drive unit requires and produces potentially lethal voltage levels. Failure to comply with the following
may lead to equipment damage, serious personal injury and/or death!!!








Read and understand this manual in its entirety before installing, operating, or servicing this drive. All warnings, cautions, notes and instructions
must be followed. The drive must be installed by qualified personnel only. The drive must be installed following the guidelines in this manual and
following all applicable local codes.
Do not connect or disconnect wiring while power is applied to the drive. Do not remove covers or touch any components while power is on.
To avoid the risk of potentially lethal electrical shock, remove and lock-out all incoming power before servicing this drive unit. The internal capacitors
remain charged even after the power supply is turned off. To prevent electrical shock, wait at least five minutes after removing power and measure
the DC bus voltage between the +3 and terminals to confirm safe level of voltage.
Do not bypass the internal circuit breakers of the drive for any reason.
Verify that the rated voltage of the drive matches the voltage of the incoming power supply before applying power.
Replace any protective covers or shields that may have been removed during servicing before operation of the drive.
Do not connect or operate this unit with visible damage or missing/removed parts.
This unit may start unexpectedly upon application of power. Clear all personnel from the drive and other connected equipment. Secure and/or
remove any mechanical hazards that may be present with the application of power to this drive
This drive contains ESD (ElectroStatic Discharge) sensitive parts and assemblies. Static control precautions are required when installing, testing, or
servicing this unit.

Arc Flash Warning:

There is a potential for Arc Flash Hazard with this equipment. It is strongly recommended that an analysis of incident energy levels and determination of
appropriate Personal Protective Equipment be conducted prior to energizing this equipment.

Danger Warning:

A Danger warning symbol is an exclamation mark enclosed in a triangle that precedes the word DANGER. A Danger warning symbol indicates a hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, will result in Death or serious injury. Danger warnings in this manual appear in the following manner.

DANGER Special instructions and descriptions of the associated hazard will be explained in the text following
the Danger warning.

Or for CE marked Applications:

Electrical Warning:

The electrical warning symbol is a lightning bolt mark enclosed in a triangle. The electrical warning symbol is used to indicate locations where hazardous voltage
levels are present and conditions may cause serious injury if proper precautions are not followed.

Or for CE marked Applications:

Caution Warning:

A Caution warning symbol is and exclamation mark enclosed in a triangle that precedes the word CAUTION. A Caution warning symbol indicates a hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, will result in minor or moderate injury.

Or for CE marked Applications:

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1 Quick Start Guide

This section will guide you through drive configuration for a typical ESP installation. It is highly recommended that the user read
the entire manual before proceeding with this procedure!
Step
1

Name
Log on to access drive
configuration
Sections 4.3, 4.4

Set Auto Restart and


Drive Lockout function
Section 4.31

Set drive mode and


related parameters
Sections 3.6.1, 4.18

From the Run Status screen, press the Menu soft key
Use the up and down arrow buttons to select Log In, press the OK soft key.
Enter the password and press the OK soft key.
Default password is 3333.

From the Run Status screen, press the Menu soft key
From the Select Screen, press the Startup soft key
Set Auto Restart to Enable or Disable (Application Dependent)
Set Drive Lockout to Unlock before starting the drive

Determine the operating mode for the drive - Current Control, Pressure Control,
Frequency Control, and Analog Follower.
Edit the Drive Mode parameter in the Operating Mode screen as needed. Modify the
other parameters in the Operating Mode screen as necessary.
Use the up and down arrow buttons in the Select Screen to select the Operating Mode
screen, press the OK button.
Use the up and down arrow buttons to select a parameter, press the Edit key to change
the selected parameter.

Section 4.19, 4.20

Set up frequency
behavior

Set up Misc parameters


Section 4.27
Configure analog inputs
Section 4.24, 4.25, 4.26
Configure User Selected
Parameters
Section 4.10

Set up alarms

Section 4.23
6

Description

Set the motor overload and global restart parameters in the Alarms Setup screen.
Set the motor Underload and Underload restart parameters in the Underload Setup
screen.
Select the screen and select / edit parameters as in step 3.
Set the V/F curve, motor direction, maximum and minimum frequencies, acceleration
and deceleration times, jog setpoint, and lockout frequencies in the Frequency Setup
screen.
Select the screen and select / edit parameters as in step 3.

Configure the Osiris sensor (if available), transformer ratio, customer password, and
faults as necessary in the Misc Setup screen.
Select the screen and select / edit parameters as in step 3.

If required. Use the Analog 1 Setup, Analog 2 and Analog 3 Setup screens.
Select the screen and select / edit parameters as in step 3.

Select parameters to display in the User Selected Parameters section of the Run Status
screen using the Setup screen.
Select the screen and select / edit parameters as in step 3.

I want to..

2.1 Activate the normal drive screen


Press any key. Do NOT press the STOP key unless you want the drive to stop. Refer to Section 3.5.4.

2.2 Activate the status indicator screen


The status indicator screen is displayed automatically after 5 minutes of keypad inactivity. It can not be activated
manually.

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2.3 Adjust the frequency setpoint
Press the Setp soft key on the Run Status screen to activate setpoint change mode. Use the up and down arrow keys
to adjust the setpoint as desired. Refer to Section 4.1

2.4 Clear the Fault state


Press the STOP key to attempt to clear the fault state. Some faults require a full power cycle to reset.

2.5 Determine the current rating of this drive


Examine the Drive Max Amps parameter displayed on the All Monitors screen. Refer to Section 4.14

2.6 Change one of the parameters in the Linear List


Please discuss this with Engineering. Some of these values are changed automatically when the higher level
parameters are changed via the setup screens. Therefore, changes to the parameters in the Linear List must be
considered carefully to avoid unexpected results. Refer to Section 4.17

2.7 Save Data Log, Current Log, and Events files to USB Flash disk
See description of the Save soft key in the History screen. Refer to Section 4.9

2.8 Set drive parameters to their factory default values


Select the Set all parameters to factory defaults. function in Maintenance screen.
Note that this function sets both the high level user interface parameters and low level drive parameters to their
factory defaults. This function may take several seconds. The drive must be powered off and then back on after this
function has completed prior to further drive configuration or use. Refer to Section 4.30

2.9 Adjust the V/F behavior of the drive


The high level parameter V/F Select in the Frequency Menu allows selection from several standard V/F curves (60
Hz Standard Torque, 60 Hz Medium Torque, 60 Hz High Torque, 50 Hz Standard Torque, 50 Hz Medium Torque, 50 Hz
High Torque). Using this selection, along with the Maximum Frequency, should accommodate many, if not all, ESP
installations. The V/F behavior can be customized if necessary please contact the GE Oil & Gas controls group at
Oklahoma City for advice if such customization is necessary. Refer to section 4.23 and section 7.

2.10 Fine tune the drive output voltage without stopping the drive
Adjust the Voltage Bias parameter in the Frequency Setup screen. Note that the Voltage Bias is applied if the drive is
running a maximum frequency. At lower frequencies, the voltage bias is scaled. Also note that the output voltage is
limited by the DC bus voltage. Refer to section 4.23 and section 7.

3 Installation and Setup


3.1 Site Installation
3.1.1 Equipment Inspection
Upon receiving equipment a thorough inspection for external and internal damage should be conducted before
connecting and operating.

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Check the external enclosure for broken welds, hinges, bent corners, doors or bent legs.
Check the internal enclosure for loose or broken hardware such as fans, covers or fasteners.
Inspect all wire terminations to ensure connections are tight.
Inspect the enclosure for any signs of water leakage into the drive.
NOTE!!! If the drive is to be used in an ESP application, make sure that the unit is connected to an output
filter (either internal or an external).
NOTE!!! Multi-pulse units require a properly sized and configured phase shift transformer.

3.1.2 Equipment Installation and Requirements


Equipment Placement
The main power service should be located no closer than 100 (30m) from the wellhead.
The drive should be placed at least 50 (15m) from the wellhead, to prevent exposure to hazardous and
explosive gasses, and provide adequate access for well work over equipment.
The drive should be placed on a flat level surface; a concrete pad is recommended but not required, The
VSD should be fastened to the pad through the mounting holes in the enclosure legs. Only use mounting
hardware designed for use with the pad material.
A minimum of 6 of space should be maintained on all four sides of the drive. This will ensure correct airflow
across cooling heat sinks and fan intakes, as well as provide easy access for servicing and cable entry.
Service Requirements
Main service amperage is based on drive KVA and motor load calculations.
A service disconnect is required between the service transformers and the drive. This should be sized to
accommodate service amperage.
Overhead service drops into disconnects or other equipment must be equipped with a mast mounted
weather head to prevent rain from entering equipment.
Grounding and Bonding
DANGER Correct system grounding and equipment bonding is required to ensure proper operation of
equipment during both normal operation and fault conditions. Grounding and bonding conductors
provide a path to ground for lethal fault currents and voltages. Failure to correctly ground and bond
equipment can lead to equipment damage and personnel injury or death. Refer to Figure 3.1.

Grounding applies to the main service connection to ground. Service transformer wye-point and enclosures,
including the service disconnect switch, must be connected to a common ground conductor and grounding
electrodes. (Refer to local electrical authority for approved grounding electrodes and methods in you area)
System ground resistance should not exceed 25 Ohms to ground and ideally be between 1-5 Ohms to
ground. Ground resistance checks should only be made by qualified electrical inspection agencies.
Bonding applies to all other electrical equipment and raceways. A bonding conductor must be connected
from the main grounding electrodes to all enclosures, junction boxes, buildings, electrical pipes, and the
wellhead.
This equipment provides an internal ground connection for the bonding conductor. This connector is
connected to the internal ground bus of the enclosure.

Generator requirements
Generator supplied power systems have the same requirements for grounding and bonding as utility
supplied systems. Grounding electrodes must be installed and a common bonding conductor connected to
all equipment and buildings.
Use of generators on drives creates other possible operational problems that can be reduced with correct
generator sizing and design. Generators must be designed to handle the sub-transient reactance present
on VSD applications. When the generator system does not incorporate a wye-point for connection to the
system ground, then an isolation transformer is required between the generator and input to the VSD. This
provides some protection from floating voltages, and provides a wye-point for connection to the ground

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system.
Failure to follow the above guidelines will result in poor performance and/or equipment failure.
When a generator unit is used for drive input power, it is highly recommended to use a multi-pulse VSD
(12 Pulse or higher) or the generator should be sized to at least 300% of the VSD rating.

Figure 3.1 Typical Drive Site Installation Grounding and Bonding

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3.1.3 Electrical Connections
Main Circuit Terminal Configuration
Input power is applied to the drive circuit breaker MCCB1 terminals L1, L2, L3 (and MCCB2 L11, L21, L31
terminals in 12 Pulse units).
Output power connections are made at the output power block terminals T1, T2, T3.
Refer to Figures 3.2 and 3.3 for reference
Applicable lug sizes give in Table 3.1
Drive
Model

Input Conductor 6
Pulse / Phase

Input Conductor 12
Pulse /Phase

757

(4x) 1/0 500MCM


(4x) 54mm2 - 253mm2

1010

Output Conductor / Phase

Ground Lug
Size

PWM

VSG

(2x) #2 - 600MCM
(2x) 34mm2 - 304mm2

(4x) 1/0 - 750MCM


(4x) 54mm2 - 380mm2

(4x) 1/0 - 750MCM


(4x) 54mm2 - 380mm2

#14 - 2/0
2.5mm2 - 70mm2

(4x) 1/0 500MCM


(4x)54mm2 - 253mm2

(2x) #2 - 600MCM
(2x) 34mm2 - 304mm2

(4x) 1/0 - 750MCM


(4x) 54mm2 - 380mm2

(4x) 1/0 - 750MCM


(4x) 54mm2 - 380mm2

#14 - 2/0
2.5mm2 - 70mm2

1136

(6x) 300 600MCM


(6x) 152mm2 - 304mm2

(3x) 1/0 500MCM


(3x)54mm2 - 253mm2

(8x) 1/0 - 750MCM


(8x) 54mm2 - 380mm2

(8x) 1/0 - 750MCM


(8x) 54mm2 - 380mm2

#6 - 350MCM
16mm2 - 165mm2

1515

(6x) 300 600MCM


(6x) 152mm2 - 304mm2

(4x) 1/0 500MCM


(4x)54mm2 - 253mm2

(8x) 1/0 - 750MCM


8x) 54mm2 - 380mm2

(8x) 1/0 - 750MCM


(8x) 54mm2 - 380mm2

#6 - 350MCM
16mm2 165mm2

Table 3.1 Applicable Lug Sizes for Main Circuit Terminals


Vector VII Recommended Cable Size
Drive Model

Input Conductor 6 Pulse / Phase


L1 L2 L3 Size* (AWG kcmil)

Input Conductor 12 Pulse / Phase


L1 L2 L3 L11 L21 L31 Size* (AWG kcmil)

Output Conductor / Phase


T1 T2 T3 Size* (AWG kcmil)

Cable Temperature Rating and Type

Cable Temperature Rating and Type

Cable Temperature Rating and Type

60 C
(140F)
TYPE
TW,
UF

75 C
(167F)
TYPE
RHW,
THHW,
THW,
THWN,
XHHW,
USE,
ZW

60 C
(140F)
TYPE
TW,
UF

Input Rating = 910

757

(4x) 500MCM
(4x) 240mm2

(4x) 300MCM
(4x) 152mm2

Input Rating = 910


(2x) 500MCM
(2x) 240mm2

Input Rating = 1215

1010

(4x) 700 MCM


(4x) 354mm2

(4x) 500MCM
(4x) 240mm2

(6x) 400MCM
(6x) 203mm2

1515

(6x) 700MCM
(6x) 354mm2

(6x) 300MCM
(6x) 152mm2

(2x) 700MCM
(2x) 354mm2

(2x) 500MCM
(2x) 240mm2

Input Rating = 1336


(3x) 400MCM
(3x) 203mm2

(3x) 300MCM
(3x) 152mm2

Input Rating = 1822

Input Rating = 1822


(6x) 500MCM
(6x)240mm2

(2x) 300MCM
(2x) 152mm2

Input Rating =1215

Input Rating =1336

1136

75 C
(167F)
TYPE
RHW,
THHW,
THW,
THWN,
XHHW,
USE,
ZW

(3x)700MCM
(3x) 354mm2

(3x) 500MCM
(3x) 240mm2

60 C
(140F)
TYPE
TW,
UF

75 C
(167F)
TYPE
RHW,
THHW,
THW,
THWN,
XHHW,
USE,
ZW

Output Rating = 910


(4x) 500MCM
(4x) 240mm2

(4x) 300MCM
(4x) 152mm2

Output Rating =1215


(4x) 700MCM
(4x) 354mm2

(4x) 500MCM
(4x) 240mm2

Output Rating = 1336


(6x) 400MCM
(6x) 203mm2

(6x) 300MCM
(6x) 152mm2

Output Rating = 1822


(6x) 700MCM
(6x) 354mm2

(6x) 500MCM
(6x) 240mm2

Table 3.1.1 Recommeded Cable Sizes


*Copper conductors, not more than 3 insulated conductors raterd 0-2000 volts in raceway or cable. Ambient temperature of
30C (86F).
*Table 3.1.1 Recommedned cable sizes are calculated to be sized 125% of input/output current rating.

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Step Up
Transformer

Vector VII
6P VSD

T1

MCCB1

INPUT
POWER

L1

T2

L2
L3

T3

X1

H1

X2

H2

X3

H3

OUTPUT
POWER
TO VENTED
J-BOX AND
MOTOR

Figure 3.2 6 Pulse Main Circuit Terminal Configuration


Phase Shift
Transformer
INPUT
POWER
L1

X1

L2

X2

L3

X3

X1
X2
X3

MCCB1

Step Up
Transformer

Vector VII
12P VSD

L1
L2
L3

T1
T2

MCCB2

Y1

L1

Y2
Y3

L2
L3

T3

X1

H1

X2

H2

X3

H3

OUTPUT
POWER
TO VENTED
J-BOX AND
MOTOR

Figure 3.3 12 Pulse Main Circuit Terminal Configuration

3.2 Hardware Connections


3.2.1 Control Terminals
Identifying Control Terminals
Digital and Analog I/O are supported through the control terminals. The Control Terminals (located on the
Terminal Card) are mounted on the lower section of the drive chassis. The picture below shows the control
terminals.

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Figure 3.4

Control Terminal Wire Sizes


Terminal

Possible Wire Sizes AWG (1 Amp Max)

Recommended Wire Size AWG

ALL ( Except E(G) )

Stranded wire: 26 - 16

18

E(G)

20 - 14

14


Terminal Designations:
Refer to Figure 3.4 and 3.5 for control terminal and HMI terminal diagram.

Digital Inputs
Terminal
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

Signal
Remote Run
Not Used
External Fault 1
External Fault 2
Standby
Event
Breaker 2 Fault
Inductor Overheat
D Common

Description
Forward run when CLOSED, stopped when OPEN
Fault when OPEN (Programmable)
Fault when OPEN (Programmable)
Standby when OPEN (Programmable)
Programmable
Fault when OPEN (Programmable)
Fault when OPEN (Programmable)
-

Signal level
24VDC, 8mA
24VDC, 8mA
24VDC, 8mA
24VDC, 8mA
24VDC, 8mA
24VDC, 8mA
24VDC, 8mA
-

Analog Inputs
Terminal
34
44
36
39
42
35

Signal
(+ 15VDC)
(- 15VDC)
Analog 3
Analog 2
Analog 1
Analog Common

Description
Analog Input or speed command
Multi-function Analog input
Analog Input or speed command
-

Signal level
15VDC, 8mA
15VDC, 8mA
0-10 V
0-10 V, 4-20mA
0-10 V
-

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Digital Outputs
Output Contact Ratings 1Amp Max at 250VAC or 30 VDC
Terminal

Signal

Description

Signal level

25

25

52

52
Drive Fault

23

53

53

Drive Running
57

57

To Fan
Relay

Dry Contact

50

50

19

19

20

Open Collector
20

Dry Contact

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Analog Outputs
Terminal
Signal
45
Frequency Output
48
Current Output
46
Analog Common

Dry Contact

Description
Programmable
Programmable
-

Signal level
0-10 VDC
0-10 VDC
-

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Digital Inputs

Digital Outputs

1PCB P/N: 196343

9 Remote Run

25

10 Not Used
52

11 External Fault 1
12 External Fault 2

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Drive Fault
53

13 Standby
14 Event
15 Breaker 2 Fault
16 Inductor Overheat

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17 D Common

20

Analog Inputs

Open Collector

34 +15 VDC

TUBE
FLOW

To Fan
Relay

57
Drive Running
50

44 - 15 VDC

Analog Outputs

36 Analog 3

Frequency Output 0-10 VDC 45

39 Analog 2

Current Output 0-10 VDC 48

42 Analog 1

Analog Common 46
47

35 Analog Common

+5V GND
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Osiris

38

COM4

41

1PCB 6CN

RTU/SSU

P/N: 196631

51

Rx
Tx

COM3

RS232

3
2

COM2

58

SCADA
COM1

RESERVED/DEBUG
EXTERNAL USB PORT

Figure 3.5 Control Terminals and HMI Terminal Diagram

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HMIP/N: 196654 - HMI

P/N: 196119 - Keypad

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Digital Inputs

Digital Outputs

9 Forward run/stop

25

10 Reverse run/stop
52

11 External Fault 1
12 External Fault 2

23
Drive Fault
53

13 Standby
14 Event
15 Jog

Drive Running
50

16 External Fault 3

19

17 D Common

20

Analog Inputs

Open Collector

34 +15 VDC

Analog Outputs

44 - 15 VDC

Frequency Output 0-10 VDC 45

36 VSPDREF
TUBE
FLOW

Current Output 0-10 VDC 48

39 ISPDREF
42 V-AN

Analog Common 46
47

35 Analog Common

29
38
41
51
58

To Fan
Relay

57

EXTERNAL
USB-A PORT

R+
R-

J3

S+
SIG

1
2
3
4

J22

1
2

Ground
+24 VDC

+24 VDC Input

J14
J21

Vector VII Operator Control Panel

1
2
3

Chassis
Neutral
Line

240 VAC Input

Figure 3.6 Control Terminals and New HMI Terminal Diagram

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3.2.2 External Stop Switches
The drive supports up to two external stop switches. When a stop switch is activated, an external fault occurs
and the drive stops.
To connect External Stop Switch 1:
1. Wire a stop switch between 11 and 17.
2. Enable External Fault 1 on the Misc Setup screen as Normally Open (N.O.) or Normally Closed (N.C.).
To connect External Stop Switch 2:
1. Wire a stop switch between 12 and 17.
2. Enable External Fault 2 on the Misc Setup screen as Normally Open (N.O.) or Normally Closed (N.C.).

3.2.3 Standby Switch Input


The drive supports a normally closed external switch that will stop the drive when the switch opens. This can
be used to stop the drive in a tank full or lease kill situation. If the Standby switch opens when the drive is
running, the drive stops and enters the STANDBY state. An event is created but no fault occurs. The drive will
immediately restart when the switch is closed again.
To connect the Standby Relay:
1. Wire the normally closed terminals of the standby relay between 13 and 17.
2. Enable the Standby Switch parameter on the Misc Setup screen.

3.2.4 Event Switch


The drive supports a switch that logs events when the switch changes states. No fault occurs and the drive
does not stop.
To connect the drive to an event switch.
1. Wire the switch to be monitored between 14 and 17.

3.2.5 Remote Run and Reference


The drive supports a 2-wire external run interface along with an analog signal for drive speed control.
DANGER When operating in 2-wire mode the drive may start automatically upon power up of the unit.
Ensure that the Remote Run input is OPEN before powering up a drive set up in 2-wire mode
To connect the drive to a remote run control and reference (Refer to figure 3.7):
1. Install a Normally Open relay contact between terminals 09 and 17.
2. Connect the 0V 10V analog reference signal to terminal block position 36.
3. Connect analog ground to terminal block position 35.
The drive will run when terminal 09 is pulled to the 17 state (i.e. contactor or switch is closed).

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Remote Run Switch

Control
Terminals
9 Remote Run
17 Signal Common

+
0-10VDC
Speed Reference -

34 Analog Input 1(0-10VDC)


35 Analog Common
Figure 3.7 Remote Run Operation

3.3 Startup Checks


DANGER The following steps require that the system be energized. Only qualified personnel should
perform the following procedures.

3.3.1 Pre Power-Up









Remove and lock-out incoming power out before connecting the drive.
Ensure that the drive is properly grounded.
Do a complete visual inspection, checking for loose or broken wires.
Make sure all internal and external fans are free to turn.
Perform Main Circuit testing procedure outlined in Section 7.1.2.
Connect the service power to the main input circuit breaker of the drive (L1, L2, L3 on 6 Pulse drives (and L11,
L21, L31 on 12 Pulse drives)). !!!! Note connecting the input power to the output of the drive can cause severe
damage to the drive.
Ensure that the output of the drive is disconnected (T1, T2, T3). Ensure that main drive circuit breaker(s) switch
is in the Off position and all remote start signals that may be present are defeated.
Turn power on at the service disconnect and measure incoming voltage. Check the voltage phase to phase
and phase to ground and ensure that the voltages are in range before closing drives circuit breaker. The
phase to phase voltage should be 480VAC +/-10% and the phase to ground should be approximately 277VAC
+/-10%.

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3.3.2 Pre Run Checks
DANGER The following steps require that the system be energized. Only qualified personnel should
perform the following procedures.
Drive Power Up
Energize main input circuit breaker(s) and verify that the HMI powers up with no fault conditions present.
Check the DC Bus level. Measure across +3 and - terminals. Nominal values should be between 650 700
VDC.
In most cases it is wise to reset the drive to its factory default parameter settings before commissioning the
drive. This should always be done when a drive has been used on a previous application. See Section 4.30
Set All Parameters To Factory Defaults.
Proceed with no-load checks
No-Load Checks
No load checks should be performed to ensure proper operation of the drive before connecting the output of
the drive to its load (Step-up Transformer or Motor). Proceed with the following steps.

Make sure that the drive output connections are disconnected. If they are not, ensure that the incoming
power is locked out. Wait at least five minutes after removing power and measure the DC bus voltage
to confirm safe level of voltage using volt meter set to read DC volts with the black lead connected to (-)
and the red lead connected to (+3). Disconnect the drive output connections.
From the Run Status screen, use the Setp soft key and the down arrow key to adjust the frequency
reference to the minimum frequency.
Navigate to the Underload Setup screen and set the Underload Current to 0.
Set parameter L8-07 in the linear list to 0 (disabled), this will avoid nuisance LF Missing Output Phase
Faults.
Press the Start button.
Navigate to the Run Status screen. Check the output voltage. Use the Setp soft key and the up arrow key
to adjust the frequency reference to the maximum frequency. Check the output voltage. Output voltage
should be equal to the incoming voltage at maximum frequency and approximately half of that value at
minimum frequency (depending on setup of Voltage/Frequency).
Press the Stop button.
Set parameter L8-07 in the linear list back to 1 (enabled).
De-energize the main input circuit breaker and verify the HMI is no longer powered up.
Wait at least five minutes after removing power and measure the DC bus voltage between the +3 and
terminals to confirm safe voltage level.
Lock-out incoming power.
Re-connect the motor or Transformer leads to output terminal block T1, T2, T3. Make sure that the drive
output connections are tightly connected before continuing to next step.

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3.3.3 Drive Start Up
Once the drive has been set up and checked without the load connected, the drive is ready for startup.
Proceed with the following steps.




Navigate to the Underload Setup screen and set the Underload Current to the desired value.
From the Run Status screen, use the Setp soft key and the up / down arrow keys to set the frequency
reference to the desired operating frequency.
Press the Start button on the HMI.
With the drive running, check the output voltage and output current to ensure that they are within the
limits of the given application.
If any faults are present refer to Section 9 for troubleshooting.

3.4 Keypad Conventions


USB Port

F1

F2

F3

F4

START START

F5

STOP

STOP

197XXX
196783

Figure 3.8.2 New HMI Keypad

3.4.1 Soft keys


The 5 soft keys are located just below the LCD display and are labeled F1 through F5. The function of a soft key
is defined by the label in the rectangle on the LCD display just above the key. The function of a soft key varies
with the active screen.

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3.4.2 Arrow Keys
The arrow keys are screen dependent but the following rules apply
Left and Right Arrows:
If a graph or a chart is displayed, re-draws the chart using older (left arrow) or newer (right arrow) data.
In the Linear List, displays the previous (left arrow) or next (right arrow) set of Linear List parameters.
In the Enter Password and Date / Time screens, selects the field to the left (left arrow) or the right (right
arrow) of the currently selected field.
Up and Down Arrows:
In the Run Status screen with the Setp soft key active, the up and down arrows adjust the set point up
(up arrow) and down (down arrow). The set point applies in the Current Control, Pressure Control, and
Frequency Control modes.
In screens where lists of parameters are displayed, moves the selection to the parameter above (up arrow)
or below (down arrow) the currently selected parameter.
In the Numeric Parameter Entry screen, the Password Entry screen, and the Date / Time Entry screen
adjusts the selected (highlighted) value up (up arrow) or down (down arrow).

3.4.3 Start / Stop


The Start and Stop buttons work from all screens. Start will only start the drive if it is in the Ready state. Stop
has priority over any other key.

3.4.4 Status Indicator Screen Old Blue Box HMI


The screen will change to display drive state information that can be seen from a distance whenever the keypad
is inactive for 5 minutes. Pressing any key will return the user interface to its normal state. NOTE: Pressing the
Stop key at any time whether the screen is in the normal or status indication mode will stop the drive!

Drive status indicators are as follows:


Flashing Red
Drive stopped in Fault state.
Red
Drive stopped in Ready state.
Amber
Drive stopped in Restart state. Drive will automatically restart but the time to restart
is greater than 1 minute.

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Flashing Amber Drive stopped in Restart or Standby state. Drive will automatically restart. If in
Restart state, the drive will restart in less than 1 minute. If in Standby state, the drive
will restart immediately whenever the standby switch closes.
Green
Drive running.
Flashing Green Drive running in Alarm state.

3.4.5 Status Indicator Screen New HMI


There are three high intensity LEDs located just above the screen. These correspond with the following
indications as the Old HMI screens.

Drive State
Fault
Ready
Restart (more than 1 minute)
Restart (less than 1 minute)
Standby
Running
Running in Alarm

Stop (Red)
On
On
On
Flash

LED Indicators
Fault (Amber)
On
Off
Flash
Flash

Run (Green)
Off
Off
Off
Off

Off
Off

Off
Flash

On
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3.5 Configuration
3.5.1 Drive Mode
Note: Refer to Section 3.3.1 for locations of control terminal block connections.
1. From the Run Status screen, select the Menu soft key and then select Log In. Enter the password and select the
OK soft key. (refer to Section 3.4 for log in information)
2. Select the Operating Mode screen and select the OK soft key.
3. Select the Drive Mode parameter and press the Edit soft key.
4. Select the desired Drive Mode.
a. Frequency Control Drive output frequency matches Frequency Setpoint.
b. Analog Follower Drive speed follows the value of the analog signal (0 10V) connected to terminal
block connection 36. Note that this mode requires additional wiring.
i. Wire the analog input signal (0 10V) to 36 and common to 35.
c. Current Control In this mode the drive frequency is adjusted to maintain a desired output current. This
mode is often used with gassy wells. As the pump encounters gas pockets, the drive current decreases.
The drive speeds up and the gas bubbles are cleared from the system.
d. Pressure Control In this mode the drive frequency is adjusted to maintain a desired intake or exhaust
pressure. Note that this mode requires additional wiring.
i. Wire the pressure sensor signal (0 10V, 4 20mA) to 39 and common to 35.
5. Press the OK soft key to accept the change.
Note: The user interface displays the Select screen if the drive mode has been changed.
6. Select the Operating Mode screen and press the OK soft key.
7. Select and edit any other parameters associated with the selected drive mode.

3.5.2 Frequency Behavior


1. From the Run Status screen, select the Menu soft key. If the Not Logged In Select screen appears, then select
Log In, enter the password, and select the OK soft key.
2. Select the Frequency Setup screen and select the OK soft key.
3. Select and modify the frequency parameters as desired.

3.5.3 Alarms and Restarts


1. From the Run Status screen, select the Menu soft key. If the Not Logged In Select
screen appears, then select Log In, enter the password, and select the OK soft key.
3. Select the Alarms Setup screen and select the OK soft key.
4. Select and modify the alarms and restart parameters as desired.
5. Select the Menu soft key and then select the Underload Setup screen.
6. Select and modify the Underload parameters as desired.

3.5.4 Motor Direction


From the Run Status screen, select the Menu soft key. If the Not Logged In Select screen appears, then select Log
In, enter the password, and select the OK soft key.
Select the Frequency Setup screen and select the OK soft key.
Select the Motor Direction parameter and modify as desired. Note that motor direction changes CAN be

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implemented without stopping the drive. Set the direction as desired. Once the change has been made, press the
Start button. Drive will perform a controlled frequency ramp through 0 Hz to the setpoint frequency in the specified
motor direction.

4 Screen Descriptions
4.1 Run Status

Function:

The Run Status screen is the default screen when the drive is powered up. It displays all data needed to assess the
up-to-date state of the drive.

Field Descriptions:

Screen Name: Run Status. This field is the name of the displayed screen.
Drive State: Running. This field displays the up-to-date state of the drive. Possible values include Not Ready,
Ready, Accelerating, Decelerating, Running, Ready Rem(ote), Start Rem(ote), Run Remote, Stop Rem(ote),
Forced Stop, Fault, Restart (or RST time to restart), DRIVE OFF, Standby, Standby Remote.
Drive Serial Number: Serial number of the drive.
Drive Mode: Frequency Control. Designates the control mode of the drive. The mode can be changed in the
Operating Mode screen.
Date / Time: Date and time (mm/dd/yyyy hh:mm:ss)
Frequency Setpoint: 60.00 Hz. The up-to-date frequency setpoint. This field will not be present in some drive
control modes.
Output Current: 0.2 A. The up-to-date drive output current.
Output Frequency: 60.00 Hz. The up-to-date frequency being emitted by the drive.
Output Voltage: 230.0 V. The up-to-date voltage being emitted by the drive.
Motor Direction Indicator: If the motor is running forward (or set to run forward if drive is currently stopped), the
direction indicator will show a clockwise semi-circle arrow with an F adornment. If the drive is running in
reverse (or set to run in reverse if the drive is currently stopped), the direction indicator will show a counterclockwise semi-circle arrow with an R adornment.

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User Selected Parameters: Analog A1, Analog A2, Intake Press, Intake Temp, Motor Temp. Up to 5 user selected
parameters may be displayed on the run status screen. See the Setup screen for selecting these parameters.
Graph: Analog A1. Graph displaying 24 hours of graphical data. Graphed parameters include Output Current,
Output Voltage, Output Frequency, Analog A1, Analog A2, Intake Pressure, Intake Temperature, and Motor
Temperature. Please note that the last 3 parameters require a Osiris downhole tool. Note that red lines in
the graph denote data values that are interpolated between actual data values (usually indicates that the
drive was powered off).

Keypad Functions:

F1: Graph. Used to select the parameter to be shown on the graph.


F2: Setp. Used to activate the setpoint change mode. When activated, the Setp button is displayed in black with
white text and the up and down arrows can be used to modify the setpoint. Note that the setpoint field is also
highlighted when setpoint change mode is activated. Setpoint change mode is automatically cancelled after 45
seconds or can be deactivated by pressing F2 a second time.
F3: Scale. Modifies the scale of the graph. Scale values cycle 1x, 2x, 4x, 8x, 16x.
F4: Events. Activates the Events screen to display the 256 most recent events.
F5: Menu. Activates the menu allowing other screens to be accessed.
Up Arrow: Increases the setpoint in the Current Control, Pressure Control, and Frequency Control modes (when
setpoint change mode is active).
Down Arrow: Decreases the setpoint in the Current Control, Pressure Control, and Frequency Control modes (when
setpoint change mode is active).
Left Arrow: If graph scale is 1x, draws the graph for the previous day. If graph scale is > 1x, allows scrolling through
the scaled graph data.
Right Arrow: If graph scale is 1x, draws the graph for the next day. If graph scale is > 1x, allows scrolling through the
scaled graph data.
START: Starts the drive if it is in the Ready state.
STOP: Stops the drive.

4.2 Event Log

Function:

The Event Log screen displays the last 256 time-stamped events, included drive starts and stops, faults, and
parameter changes.

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Field Descriptions:

Screen Name: Event Log. This field is the name of the displayed screen.
Drive State: Ready. This field displays the up-to-date state of the drive. See list of possible values on the Run
Status screen description.
Time-stamped Events: List of the last 256 events.

Keypad Functions:

F1: Prev. View older events.


F2: Next. View newer events.
F3: Not used.
F4: Not used.
F5: Status. Return to the Run Status Screen.
Up Arrow: Not used.
Down Arrow: Not used.
Left Arrow: Not used.
Right Arrow: Not used.
START: Starts the drive if it is in the Ready state.
STOP: Stops the drive.

4.3 Select Screen (Not logged in)

Function:

The Select Screen allows the user to select and display a different screen. The not logged in version of the select
screen prevents non-privileged users from accessing most setup parameters.

Field Descriptions:

Screen Name: Select Screen. This field is the name of the displayed screen.
Drive State: Ready. This field displays the up-to-date state of the drive. See list of possible values on the Run
Status screen description.

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List of screens that can be selected.

Keypad Functions:

F1: Unlabeled. Activate the Keypad Test screen.


F2: Not used.
F3: Startup. Activate the Startup Control. Use this screen to enable or disable the drive and to enable or disable
automatic restarts.
F4: Not used.
F5: OK. Proceed to the highlighted screen. Note that the Run Status screen is always highlighted by default when
the Select Screen is drawn.
Up Arrow: Move selection up the list.
Down Arrow: Move selection down the list.
Left Arrow: Not used.
Right Arrow: Not used.
START: Starts the drive if it is in the Ready state.
STOP: Stops the drive.

4.4 Enter Password

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Function:

The Enter Password screen allows the user to log in. Once logged in, the user has access to all screens and setup
parameters.

Field Descriptions:

Screen Name: Enter Password Screen. This field is the name of the displayed screen.
Password digits to edit.

Keypad Functions:

F1: OK. Accept the entered password. If the password is correct, the Select Screen (Logged in) will be drawn.
F2: CANCEL. Return to the Select Screen.
F3: Not used.
F4: Not used.
F5: Not used.
Up Arrow: Increment the highlighted password digit.
Down Arrow: Decrement the highlighted password digit.
Left Arrow: Select the digit to the left of the currently selected digit.
Right Arrow: Select the digit to the right of the currently selected digit.
START: Starts the drive if it is in the Ready state.
STOP: Stops the drive.
Note that the default password on the drive is 3333. However, the password can be changed in the Misc. Setup
screen.
If the password is forgotten, please contact your local GE Oil & Gas service center.

4.5 Select Screen (Logged in)

Function:

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The Select Screen allows the user to select and display a different screen. The Logged in version of the select
screen provides access to all screens and setup parameters.

Field Descriptions:

Screen Name: Select Screen. This field is the name of the displayed screen.
Drive State: Running. This field displays the up-to-date state of the drive. See list of possible values on the
Run Status screen description.
List of screens that can be selected.
Use the following screens to configure the drive:
Operating Mode
Alarms Setup
Underload Setup
Start Control
Frequency Setup
Analog 1 Setup
Analog 2 Setup
Analog 3 Setup
Misc Setup
Comm Setup
Hard Starting
Maintenance
The setup screens are listed together in the right column on this screen.

Screens in the left column tend to be informational.

Keypad Functions:
F1: Unlabeled. Activate the Keypad Test screen.
F2: Not used.
F3: Startup. Activate the Startup Control. Use this screen to enable or disable the drive and to enable or disable
automatic restarts.
F4: Not used.
F5: OK. Proceed to the highlighted screen. Note that the Run Status screen is always highlighted by default when
the Select Screen is drawn.
Up Arrow: Move selection up the list. Note that at the top of the list the selection will move to the bottom of the list.
Down Arrow: Move selection down the list. Note that at the bottom of the list the selection will move to the top of
the list.
Left Arrow: Move selection to the left column.
Right Arrow: Move selection to the right column.
START: Starts the drive if it is in the Ready state.
STOP: Stops the drive.

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4.6 Fault Status

Function:

The Fault Status screen allows the user to determine the state of all drive faults. Note that this screen can be
chosen from the Select Screen and is automatically entered when a fault is detected.

Field Descriptions:

Screen Name: Fault Status Screen. This field is the name of the displayed screen.
Drive State: Running. This field displays the up-to-date state of the drive. See list of possible values on the Run
Status screen description.
Any active fault or feature that is not in its OK state is displayed.

Keypad Functions:

F1: Not used.


F2: Not used.
F3: Not used.
F4: Not used.
F5: Menu. Return to the Select Screen.
Up Arrow: Not used.
Down Arrow: Not used.
Left Arrow: Not used.
Right Arrow: Not used.
START: Starts the drive if it is in the Ready state.
STOP: Stops the drive if running. If in the fault state, pressing STOP will attempt to clear the faults.

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4.7 Amp Chart

Function:

The Amp Chart screen displays 1 or 7 days worth of current data in the familiar circular format. Current data is
taken every 10 seconds. The current log is sized to hold 7 days of current data.

Field Descriptions:

Screen Name: Amp Chart. This field is the name of the displayed screen.
Drive State: Running. This field displays the up-to-date state of the drive. See list of possible values on the Run
Status screen description.
Outer Ring: 10 A. Displays the current associated with the outer circle of the amp chart.
Resolution: 1 A. Displays the current resolution (current difference between adjacent lines) of the amp chart.
Date: 12/01/2008. The day associated with the amp chart. On a 7 day amp chart the date displayed is for the
newest displayed data.
Output Current: 0.0 A. Displays the up-to-date drive output current.

Keypad Functions:

F1: Today. Draws the amp chart associated with todays date.
F2: Not used.
F3: 1/7 Day. Toggles the amp chart between a 1 day and a 7 day scale.
F4: Not used.
F5: Menu. Return to the Select Screen.
Up Arrow: Not used.
Down Arrow: Not used.
Left Arrow: Draw the amp chart associated with the preceding day.
Right Arrow: Draw the amp chart associated with the following day.
START: Starts the drive if it is in the Ready state.
STOP: Stops the drive if running.

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4.8 Trending

Function:

The Trending screen displays graphs containing 5 days worth of data. Graph data is taken from the Data log and is
sized to hold 35 days worth of data (with data taken every 5 minutes).

Field Descriptions:

Screen Name: Trending. This field is the name of the displayed screen.
Drive State: Running. This field displays the up-to-date state of the drive. See list of possible values on the Run
Status screen description.
Graph: Output Frequency (Hz). Graph displaying 5 days of graphical data. Graphed parameters include Output
Current, Output Voltage, Output Frequency, Analog A1, Analog A2, Intake Pressure, Intake Temperature, and
Motor Temperature. Please note that the last 3 parameters require a Osiris downhole tool. Note that red
lines in the graph denote data values that are interpolated between actual data values.
Statistics: Min Value, Max Value, Average, RMS. Values calculated from the 5 days of data from the data log.

Keypad Functions:

F1: Graph. Used to select the parameter to be shown on the graph.


F2: Not used.
F3: Scale. Modifies the scale of the graph. Scale values cycle 1x, 2x, 4x, 8x, 16x.
F4: Not used.
F5: Menu. Activates the menu allowing other screens to be accessed.
Up Arrow: Not used.
Down Arrow: Not used.
Left Arrow: If graph scale is 1x, draws the graph for the previous 5 day period. If graph scale is > 1x, allows scrolling
through the scaled graph data.
Right Arrow: If graph scale is 1x, draws the graph for the next 5 day period. If graph scale is > 1x, allows scrolling
through the scaled graph data.
START: Starts the drive if it is in the Ready state.
STOP: Stops the drive if running.

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4.9 History Screen

Function:

The History screen displays logged performance data.

Field Descriptions:

Screen Name: History Screen. This field is the name of the displayed screen.
Drive State: Ready. This field displays the up-to-date state of the drive. See list of possible values on the Run
Status screen description.
Time-stamped History Entries: The data log is circular log sized to store the last 35 days of data. Data is captured
every 5 minutes.

Keypad Functions:

F1: Prev. View older logged data.


F2: Next. View newer logged data.
F3: Set. View a different set of data. Currently there are 4 sets of data. The first set is shown. The other sets
include more drive parameters and parameters retrieved from a Osiris downhole tool.
F4: Save. Save the Data Log, the Event Log, the Current Data (used for the Amp Chart), and the drive configuration
to a USB Flash drive. This device must be placed in the drives USB port for 10 seconds prior to activating the
function. All files saved will be saved with the drives programmed serial number and the date the data was
retrieved.
F5: Menu. Return to the Select screen.
Up Arrow: Not used.
Down Arrow: Not used.
Left Arrow: Not used.
Right Arrow: Not used.
START: Starts the drive if it is in the Ready state.
STOP: Stops the drive.
Note: To save history data, refer to Appendix 3.1

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Setup Screen

Function:

The Setup screen allows any user (no login required) to modify the parameters on this screen.

Field Descriptions:

Screen Name: Setup. This field is the name of the displayed screen.
Drive State: Running. This field displays the up-to-date state of the drive. See list of possible values on the Run
Status screen description.
Language: Allows the user to change between English and Spanish
Date Format: Allows the user to choose between mm/dd/yyyy (default), dd/mm/yyyy, and dd-Mmm-yyyy (01-Jan2010) as the format the date will be displayed.
Local/Remote: Parameter that determines if control of the drive (Start / Stop and Frequency Reference) is under
control of the drive user interface or a remote 2-wire host. Remote should not be used if the drive is in Analog
Follower Mode.
Control Location: Gives the user the ability to control the drive from Keypad, SCADA or both.
Drive Output: Set to Disabled to inhibit the drives response to all start commands.
User Selected 1 5: The parameters selected in these fields are displayed on the Run Status screen.
Parameter Description: Local Control / Remote Control Provides user with information concerning the selected
(highlighted) parameter.
General Help: Use Up and Down arrows General help information on how to use this screen. Note that some
parameters may not be changed when the drive is running. The General Help will state that the drive must be
stopped when such a parameter is selected and the drive is running.
Note: Any parameter that is different from its default value is denoted by an asterisk (*) to the right of its value.

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Keypad Functions:

F1: Edit. Edit the selected (highlighted) parameter.


F2: Not used.
F3: Not used.
F4: Not used.
F5: Menu. Return to the Select screen.
Up Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter above the currently selected parameter (wraps at top back to bottom of
list).
Down Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter below the currently selected parameter (wraps at bottom back to top
of list.
Left Arrow: Not used.
Right Arrow: Not used.
START: Starts the drive if it is in the Ready state.
STOP: Stops the drive.

4.11

Osiris

Function:

The Osiris screen reports the current state of the Osiris interface.

Field Descriptions:

Screen Name: Osiris. This field is the name of the displayed screen.
Drive State: Ready. This field displays the up-to-date state of the drive. See list of possible values on the Run Status
screen description.

Osiris Data: Displays the state of the Osiris data:


Disabled - Interface disabled
Osiris Fault Relay: Displays the state of the Osiris fault relay.
OK - Data is valid, Bad - Osiris unit is reporting loss of sync.
When the data state is disabled or bad, all Osiris readings are set to 0.
Osiris Comms: Displays the communication efficiency of the communications link with the Osiris. 100% indicates all
messages to the Osiris are successful.
Osiris Sensor Values Intake Press, Intake Temp, Motor Temp, Discharge Pressure, Vibration, Leakage Current,

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Uphole Voltage, and Osiris Duty Cycle are displayed in their appropriate units
Osiris State: Displays the value of the Osiris fault detection state machine. Values include Initializing, OK, Fault, and
Restart. Note that this parameter stays in the Init state if the Osiris interface is disabled.

Keypad Functions:

F1: Not used.


F2: Not used.
F3: Not used.
F4: Not used.
F5: Menu. Return to the Select screen.
Up Arrow: Not used.
Down Arrow: Not used.
Left Arrow: Not used.
Right Arrow: Not used.
START: Starts the drive if it is in the Ready state.
STOP: Stops the drive.

4.12

Drive I/O

Function:

The Drive I/O screen allows the operator to easily determine the state of all the drive I/O.

Field Descriptions:

Screen Name: Drive I/O. This field is the name of the displayed screen.
Drive State: Running. This field displays the up-to-date state of the drive. See list of possible values on the Run
Status screen description.
9 - 16: Drive digital inputs. These values will be 0 or 1 if the input is not used or if its function is disabled. If the
function associated with the input is enabled (i.e. in the example, external fault 1, standby, and Breaker 2
detection features are enabled on the Misc Setup screen), more descriptive text will be displayed (OK, FAULT,
RUN, STANDBY).
19,20: Drive digital outputs.
Analog 1, Analog 2, Analog 3: Drive analog inputs. The values are scaled as programmed in the Analog 1 Setup,
Analog 2 Setup and Analog 3 Setup screens.
General Help: Press Menu soft key General help information on how to use this screen.

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Keypad Functions:

F1: Not used.


F2: Not used.
F3: Not used.
F4: Not used.
F5: Menu. Return to the Select screen.
Up Arrow: Not used.
Down Arrow: Not used.
Left Arrow: Not used.
Right Arrow: Not used.
START: Starts the drive if it is in the Ready state.
STOP: Stops the drive.

4.13

Last Fault

Function:

The Last Fault screen allows the operator the ability to easily view the drive condition when the last fault occurred.

Field Descriptions:

Screen Name: Last Fault. This field is the name of the displayed screen.
Drive State: Running. This field displays the up-to-date state of the drive. See list of possible values on the Run
Status screen description.
Parameter Values: Values of key parameters when the drive last faulted. Selecting the fault code parameter will
bring up a window that explains the fault code. Selecting a bitmap parameter (one displayed in hexadecimal
format) will bring up a window that describes the meaning of all set bits.
General Help: Press Menu soft key General help information on how to use this screen.

Keypad Functions:
F1: Not used.
F2: Not used.
F3: Not used.

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F4: Not used.
F5: Menu. Return to the Select screen.
Up Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter above the currently selected parameter (wraps at top back to bottom of
list).
Down Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter below the currently selected parameter (wraps at bottom back to top
of list.
Left Arrow: Not used.
Right Arrow: Not used.
START: Starts the drive if it is in the Ready state.
STOP: Stops the drive.

4.14

All Monitors

Function:

The All Monitors screen displays a variety of parameters that may be useful for troubleshooting problems in the
field.

Field Descriptions:

Screen Name: All Monitors. This field is the name of the displayed screen.
Drive State: Running. This field displays the up-to-date state of the drive. See list of possible values on the Run
Status screen description.
Drive Monitor Registers: Most of the parameters displayed are directly from the underlying drive. See table below
for explanation of bitmapped (displayed in hexadecimal) registers.
UI S/W Rev: Displays the revision of the User Interface software.
Serial Number: Displays the drive serial number.
Drive Comms: Displays the quality of the communications with the drive over the last 30 seconds.
Osiris Comms: Displays the quality of the communications with the Osiris Surface Unit (always set to 100% if the
Osiris is disabled in the Misc Setup screen).
Cabinet Temp: Displays internal drive temp from the power module heat sink.
UI S/W Rev: Displays the revision of the User Interface software.
O/S Build: Displays the date of the Windows CE version installed on the HMI.

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General Help: Press Menu soft key General help information on how to use this screen.
Note: You may use the up and down arrow keys to select monitor values. Selecting the fault code parameter will
bring up a window that explains the fault code. Selecting a bitmap parameter (one displayed in hexadecimal
format) will bring up a window that describes the meaning of all set bits.
Drive Status
Bit
0 Denotes
0
Drive Stopped
1
Forward Operation
2
Drive Startup in Progress
3
No Fault
4
No Data Setting Error
5
Digital Output 1 is OFF
6
Digital Output 2 is OFF
7F
Not Used

1 Denotes
Drive Running
Reverse Operation
Drive Startup Completed
Fault
Data Setting Error
Digital Output 1 is ON
Digital Output 2 is ON
Not Used

Fault Details
Bit
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C

0 Denotes
No Error
No Error
No Error
No Error
Not Used
No Error
No Error
No Error
No Error
No Error
No Error
No Error
No Error

D
E
F

No Error
No Error
HMI Connected

Drive Fault Code

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1 Denotes
Over current or Ground Fault Error
Main Circuit Overvoltage
Drive Overload
Drive Overheat
Not Used
Fuse Blown
PI Feedback Reference Lost
External Error
Hardware Error
Motor Overload or Overtorque
Underload Fault
Main Circuit Undervoltage
Main Circuit Undervoltage, Control Power
Supply Error, Inrush Prevention Circuit Error,
or Power Loss
Missing Output Phase
ModBus Comm Error
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Current Fault exhibited by drive.
(There are a few codes that are not included in the Fault Details
bitmapped list above.)
0 No Fault
25 DEV Speed Deviation
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

PUF DC Bus Fuse Open


UV1 DC Bus Undervolt
UV2 Ctl PS Undervolt
UV3 MC Answerback
SC Short Circuit
GF Ground Fault
OC Over current
OV DC Bus Overvolt
OH Heatsink Overtemp
OH1 Heatsink Max Temp
OL1 Motor Overload
OL2 Inverter Overload
OL3 Overtorque 1
OL4 Overtorque 2
RR DynBrk Transistor
RH DynBrk Resistor
EF3 External Fault 1
EF4 External Fault 2
EF5 Fault Not Enabled
EF6 Fault Not Enabled
EF7 Breaker 2 Fault
EF8 Filter Overheat
FAN Cooling Fan Error
OS Overspeed Detect

26 OVL Enhanced O-load


27 PF Input Phase Loss
28 LF Output Phase Loss
29 OH3 Motor Overheat 1
30
OPR HMI Disconnect
31 ERR EEPROM R/W Err
32 OH4 Motor Overheat 2
33
CE Serial Com Err
34 BUS Option Com Err
35 E-15 SI-F/G Com Err
36 E-10 SI-F/G CPU Down
37 CF Out of Control
38 SVE Zero Servo Fault
39 EF0 Opt External Fault
40 FBL Feedback Loss
41 LL3 Loss of Load
42 UL4 Undertorq Det 2
43 UNBC - Unbalanced Current
44 ULF Underload
45 A1-HI Terminal A1 High
46 A1-LO Terminal A1 Low
47 A2-HI Terminal A2 High
48 A2-LO Terminal A2 Low

Data Link Status


Bit
0
12
3
4
5F

0 Denotes
Not Writing Data
Not Used
No Range Error
No Integrity Error
Not Used

1 Denotes
Writing Data
Not Used
Upper or Lower Limit Errors
Data Integrity Error
Not Used

Digital Inputs
Bit
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7-F

0 Denotes
Input 9 OFF
Input 9 OFF
Input 9 OFF
Input 9 OFF
Input 9 OFF
Input 9 OFF
Input 9 OFF
Not Used

1 Denotes
Input 9 ON
Input 10 ON
Input 11 ON
Input 12 ON
Input 13 ON
Input 14 ON
Input 16 ON
Not Used

Drive Status 2
Bit
0
1

0 Denotes
Drive Stopped
Drive not at Zero Speed

1 Denotes
Drive Running
Drive at Zero Speed

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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F

Drive Freq does not match internal speed


Drive is not at Setpoint (accelerating)
Freq Detect 1 Not Active
Freq Detect 2 Not Active
Drive Startup in Progress
No Low Voltage Detected
Drive Output Baseblock is Not Active
Freq Reference Mode is Communicating
Run Command Mode is Communicating
Overtorque is Not Detected
Frequency Reference OK
Retrying is Not in Progress
No Error
ModBus Comm Timeout is Not Detected

Drive Freq matches internal speed


Drive is at Setpoint
Freq Detect 1 Active
Freq Detect 2 Active
Drive Startup Complete
Low Voltage Detected
Drive Output Baseblock is Active
Freq Ref Mode is Not Communicating
Run Cmd Mode is Not Communicating
Overtorque is Detected
Frequency Reference Lost
Retrying in Progress
Error
ModBus Comm Timeout Detected

Digital Output Status


Bit
0
1
2F

0 Denotes
Digital Output 1 OFF
Digital Output 2 OFF
Not Used

1 Denotes
Digital Output 1 ON
Digital Output 2 ON
Not Used

Communication Error
Bit
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7F

0 Denotes
No Error
No Error
Not Used
No Error
No Error
No Error
No Error
Not Used

Keypad Functions:

1 Denotes
CRC Error
Invalid Data Length
Not Used
Parity Error
Overrun Error
Framing Error
Timeout
Not Used

F1: Not used.


F2: Not used.
F3: Not used.
F4: Not used.
F5: Menu. Return to the Select screen.
Up Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter above the currently selected parameter (wraps at top back to bottom of
list).
Down Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter below the currently selected parameter (wraps at bottom back to top
of list.
Left Arrow: Not used.
Right Arrow: Not used.
START: Starts the drive if it is in the Ready state.
STOP: Stops the drive.

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4.15

Run Info

Function:

Displays current running information

Field Descriptions:

Screen Name: Run Info. This field is the name of the displayed screen.
Drive State: Ready. This field displays the up-to-date state of the drive. See list of possible values on the Run
Status screen description.

Keypad Functions:

F1: Not used.


F2: Not used.
F3: Not used.
F4: Not used.
F5: Menu
Up Arrow: Not used
Down Arrow: Not used
Left Arrow: Not used
Right Arrow: Not used
START: Starts the drive if it is in the Ready state.
STOP: Stops the drive.

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4.16

Set Date and Time

Function:

The Set Date and Time screen allows the user to adjust the date and time on the drives real-time clock.

Field Descriptions:

Screen Name: Set Date and Time Screen. This field is the name of the displayed screen.
Date and Time fields to edit.
(mm/dd/yyyy hh:mm 24 hour display)

Note: Selectable date format is adjusted on the Setup Screen.

Keypad Functions:

F1: OK. Accept the new date and time.


F2: CANCEL. Do not change the date and time. Return to the Select Screen.
F3: Not used.
F4: Not used.
F5: Not used.
Up Arrow: Increment the highlighted date / time field.
Down Arrow: Decrement the highlighted date / time field.
Left Arrow: Select the field to the left of the currently selected field.
Right Arrow: Select the field to the right of the currently selected field.
START: Starts the drive if it is in the Ready state.
STOP: Stops the drive.

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4.17

Linear List Menu

Function:

The Linear List menu allows the user to quickly jump to the desired section of the linear list - the registers in the
inverter unit. The values of the parameters in the Linear List should only be modified upon recommendation of GE
Oil & Gas, Engineering.

Field Descriptions:

Screen Name: Linear List. This field is the name of the displayed screen.
Drive State: Ready. This field displays the up-to-date state of the drive. See list of possible values on the Run
Status screen description.
Drive Register Names: A group of 10 drive registers spread throughout the drive register map.
General Help: Use Up and Down arrows General help information on how to use this screen.
Note: See Appendix 4 for full Linear List Parameters, functions, ranges and default settings.

Keypad Functions:

F1: OK. Jump to the page of the Linear List that begins with the selected register.
F2: Not used.
F3: Not used.
F4: Not used.
F5: Menu. Return to the Select screen.
Up Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter above the currently selected parameter (wraps at top back to bottom of
list).
Down Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter below the currently selected parameter (wraps at bottom back to top
of list.
Left Arrow: Not used.
Right Arrow: Not used.
START: Starts the drive if it is in the Ready state.
STOP: Stops the drive.

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4.17.1

Linear List

Function:

The Linear List reveals the registers in the inverter. The values of the parameters in the Linear List should only be
modified upon recommendation of GE Oil & Gas, Engineering.

Field Descriptions:

Screen Name: Linear List. This field is the name of the displayed screen.
Drive State: Ready. This field displays the up-to-date state of the drive. See list of possible values on the Run
Status screen description.
Drive Register Names: A group of 10 drive registers that can be modified. See Appendix 4 for complete linear list
General Help: Use Up and Down arrows General help information on how to use this screen. Note that some
parameters may not be changed when the drive is running. The General Help will state that the drive must be
stopped when such a parameter is selected and the drive is running.
Note: Any parameter that is different from its default value is denoted by an asterisk (*) to the right of its value.

Keypad Functions:

F1: Edit. Edit the selected (highlighted) parameter.


F2: Not used.
F3: Not used.
F4: Not used.
F5: Menu. Return to the Linear List Menu screen.
Up Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter above the currently selected parameter (wraps at top back to bottom of
list).
Down Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter below the currently selected parameter (wraps at bottom back to top
of list.
Left Arrow: Display the previous set of 10 registers.

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Right Arrow: Display the next set of 10 registers.
START: Starts the drive if it is in the Ready state.
STOP: Stops the drive.

4.18

Operating Mode

Function:

The Operating Mode screen allows a logged on user to choose the operating mode of the drive and to set operating
mode specific parameters.

Field Descriptions:

Screen Name: Operating Mode. This field is the name of the displayed screen.
Drive State: Ready. This field displays the up-to-date state of the drive. See list of possible values on the Run
Status screen description.
Note: This screen changes based on the drives operating mode. By default the drive operating mode is Frequency
Control. Section 3.6.1 describes all drive operating modes.

Operating Modes:
Frequency Setpoint Section 4.18.2
Analog Follower - Section 4.18.3
Current Control - Section 4.18.4
Pressure Control - Section 4.18.5

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4.18.1

Selection Parameter Change

Function:

The Selection Parameter Change screen is drawn when the Edit soft key is activated in the Operating Mode screen
with the Drive Mode parameter selected. In this screen the user selects the drive operating mode option that is
desired.

Field Descriptions:

Screen Name: Selection Parameter Change Screen. This field is the name of the displayed screen.
Parameter Name and present value: Drive Mode: Frequency Control. Shows the name of the parameter being
edited as well as the present selection.
Parameter Description: Defines the operational mode of the drive. Gives a text description of the parameter being
edited.
Options: Current Control, . Displays the options that may be selected.

Keypad Functions:

F1: OK. Accept the highlighted option as the value of the parameter.
F2: CANCEL. Abort the editing procedure and retain the present value of the parameter.
F3: Not used.
F4: Not used.
F5: Not used.
Up Arrow: Select (highlight) the option above the currently selected option (wraps at top back to bottom of list).
Down Arrow: Select (highlight) the option below the currently selected option (wraps at bottom back to top of list).
Left Arrow: Not used.
Right Arrow: Not used.
START: Starts the drive if it is in the Ready state.
STOP: Stops the drive.

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4.18.2

Operating Mode Frequency Control

Function:

The Operating Mode Frequency Control screen allows the user to set the parameters associated with frequency
control mode.

Field Descriptions:

Screen Name: Operating Mode. This field is the name of the displayed screen.
Drive State: Ready. This field displays the up-to-date state of the drive. See list of possible values on the Run
Status screen description.
Drive Mode: Parameter that defines the operational mode of the drive. Options include Current Control, Pressure
Control, Frequency Control, and Analog Follower.
Frequency Setpoint: The frequency setpoint when the drive is running. Note that Frequency Setpoint is a parameter
associated with Frequency Control mode; other parameters will be displayed in other control modes.
Startup Mode: When the Startup Mode is set to ONCE, the drive will ramp up to the Setp1 Frequency for the Setp1
Time and then return to the original Frequency setpoint. This function will only be activated on the next
startup and then turned OFF. When the Startup Mode is set to ON, this procedure will occur on every startup.
Setp1 Frequency: The frequency the drive will ramp up to when the Startup mode is activated. It will remain at this
frequency for the duration of the Setp1 Time and then return to the original Frequency Setpoint.
Setp1 Time: The duration the Setp1 Frequency will run when the Startup mode is activated. After this time expires
the Frequency Setpoint is resumed.
Run Ramp Time: Transitions between running frequencies can be programmed to take an extended amount of time.
1. The extended ramp time does not affect drive start or drive stop, only setpoint changes while the
drive
is running.
2. The extended ramp time is only available in Frequency Control mode.
3. The specified ramp time is independent of frequency range change.
4. Ramp time will be aborted if the drive is stopped or faulted.
While running at the Setp1 frequency, the drive state will show Run-Setp1.
Parameter Description: Defines the operational Provides user with information concerning the selected
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General Help: Use Up and Down arrows General help information on how to use this screen. Note that some
parameters may not be changed when the drive is running. The General Help will state that the drive must be
stopped when such a parameter is selected and the drive is running.
Note: Any parameter that is different from its default value is denoted by an asterisk to the right of its value.

Keypad Functions:

F1: Edit. Edit the selected (highlighted) parameter.


F2: Not used.
F3: Not used.
F4: Not used.
F5: Menu. Return to the Select screen.
Up Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter above the currently selected parameter (wraps at top back to bottom of
list).
Down Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter below the currently selected parameter (wraps at bottom back to top
of list.
Left Arrow: Not used.
Right Arrow: Not used.
START: Starts the drive if it is in the Ready state.
STOP: Stops the drive.

4.18.3

Operating Mode - Analog Follower

Function:

The Operating Mode Analog Follower screen allows the user to set the parameters associated with signal follower
mode.

Field Descriptions:

Screen Name: Operating Mode. This field is the name of the displayed screen.
Drive State: Ready. This field displays the up-to-date state of the drive. See list of possible values on the Run
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Drive Mode: Parameter that defines the operational mode of the drive. Options include Current Control, Pressure
Control, Frequency Control, and Analog Follower.
Signal Source: Fixed to Analog Input A1.
Minimum Frequency: The minimum frequency the drive is allowed to run.
Input at Min Freq: The analog input value (in Volts) that signifies the drive should be running at its minimum allowed
frequency.
EU Value Min: The display value (in Engineering Units) associated with the value of Input at Min Freq.
Maximum Frequency: The maximum frequency the drive is allowed to run.
Input at Max Freq: The analog input value (in Volts) that signifies the drive should be running at its maximum
allowed frequency.
EU Value Max: The display value (in Engineering Units) associated with the value of Input at Max Freq.
Analog In A1 Units: Defines the engineering units used when displaying the analog value.
Parameter Description: Defines the operational Provides user with information concerning the selected
(highlighted) parameter.
General Help: Use Up and Down arrows General help information on how to use this screen. Note that some
parameters may not be changed when the drive is running. The General Help will state that the drive must be
stopped when such a parameter is selected and the drive is running.
Note: Any parameter that is different from its default value is denoted by an asterisk (*) to the right of its value.

Keypad Functions:

F1: Edit. Edit the selected (highlighted) parameter.


F2, F3, F4: Not used.
F5: Menu. Return to the Select screen.
Up Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter above the currently selected parameter (wraps at top back to bottom of
list).
Down Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter below the currently selected parameter (wraps at bottom back to top
of list.
Left Arrow: Not used.
Right Arrow: Not used.
START: Starts the drive if it is in the Ready state.
STOP: Stops the drive.

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4.18.4

Operating Mode Current Control

Function:

The Operating Mode Current Control screen allows the user to set the parameters associated with current control
mode.

Field Descriptions:

Screen Name: Operating Mode. This field is the name of the displayed screen.
Drive State: Ready. This field displays the up-to-date state of the drive. See list of possible values on the Run
Status screen description.
Drive Mode: Parameter that defines the operational mode of the drive. Options include Current Control, Pressure
Control, Frequency Control, and Analog Follower.
Current Setpoint: Desired current. If the drive current falls below the setpoint, the drive will speed up to try to
restore the current (up to the maximum frequency defined on the Frequency Setup screen). If the current
exceeds the setpoint, the drive will slow to lesson the current (down to the minimum frequency defined on the
Frequency Setup screen).
Current Freq Limit: Upper frequency limit for the drive to run in Current Control mode. Unlike the maximum
frequency (See Frequency Setup screen), this limit can be changed while the drive is running.
PI Proportional: Proportional constant for the proportional integral (PI) control system.
PI Integral: Integral constant for the PI control system.
Parameter Description: Defines the operational Provides user with information concerning the selected
(highlighted) parameter.
General Help: Use Up and Down arrows General help information on how to use this screen. Note that some
parameters may not be changed when the drive is running. The General Help will state that the drive must be
stopped when such a parameter is selected and the drive is running.
Note: Any parameter that is different from its default value is denoted by an asterisk (*) to the right of its value.

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Keypad Functions:

F1: Edit. Edit the selected (highlighted) parameter.


F2, F3, F4: Not used.
F5: Menu. Return to the Select screen.
Up Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter above the currently selected parameter (wraps at top back to bottom of
list).
Down Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter below the currently selected parameter (wraps at bottom back to top
of list.
Left Arrow: Not used.
Right Arrow: Not used.
START: Starts the drive if it is in the Ready state.
STOP: Stops the drive.

4.18.5

Operating Mode Pressure Control

Function:

The Operating Mode Pressure Control screen allows the user to set the parameters associated with pressure
control mode.

Field Descriptions:

Screen Name: Operating Mode. This field is the name of the displayed screen.
Drive State: Ready. This field displays the up-to-date state of the drive. See list of possible values on the Run
Status screen description.
Drive Mode: Parameter that defines the operational mode of the drive. Options include Current Control, Pressure
Control, Frequency Control, and Analog Follower.
Pressure Source: Selects the location of the pressure sensor at the pump Intake, pump Discharge, or Osiris Intake.
Pressure Setpoint: Desired pressure. If the measured pressure (Discharge is the source) falls below the setpoint, the
drive will speed up to try to restore the pressure (up to the maximum frequency defined on the Frequency Setup
screen). If the pressure exceeds the setpoint, the drive will slow to lesson the pressure (down to the minimum
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the pressure source is Intake.
PI Proportional: Proportional constant for the proportional integral (PI) control system.
PI Integral: Integral constant for the PI control system.
Analog 2 Type: Select between 0 10V or 4 20mA
A2 Input Voltage 1, Engineering Units 1: Values used to define 1 point on the sensor curve. Used in conjunction
with the following parameters to calculate the analog gain and bias. Note that the voltage can also be a
current if set to 4 20mA mode.
A2 Input Voltage 2, Engineering Units 2: Values used to define the second point on the sensor curve. Used in
conjunction with the previous 2 parameters to calculate the analog gain and bias. Note that the voltage can
also be a current if set to 4 20mA mode.
Analog In A2 Units: Defines the engineering units used when displaying the specified analog value.
Parameter Description: Defines the operational Provides user with information concerning the selected
(highlighted) parameter.
General Help: Use Up and Down arrows General help information on how to use this screen. Note that some
parameters may not be changed when the drive is running. The General Help will state that the drive must be
stopped when such a parameter is selected and the drive is running.
Note: Any parameter that is different from its default value is denoted by an asterisk (*) to the right of its value.

Keypad Functions:

F1: Edit. Edit the selected (highlighted) parameter.


F2, F3, F4: Not used.
F5: Menu. Return to the Select screen.
Up Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter above the currently selected parameter (wraps at top back to bottom of
list).
Down Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter below the currently selected parameter (wraps at bottom back to top
of list.
Left Arrow: Not used.
Right Arrow: Not used.
START: Starts the drive if it is in the Ready state.
STOP: Stops the drive.

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4.19 Alarms Setup

Function:

The Alarms Setup screen allows a logged on user to set the overload limits as well as the standard restart
parameters.

Field Descriptions:

Screen Name: Alarms Setup. This field is the name of the displayed screen.
Drive State: Running. This field displays the up-to-date state of the drive. See list of possible values on the Run
Status screen description.
Motor Amps: Defines the Motor rated Amps. Drive must be stopped to adjust this parameter.
Motor Overload Amps: Defines the maximum current that should be delivered to the transformer / motor circuit.
The overload trip time is based on an I2T overload calculation. The delay varies with the extent of the overload
current.
Oload Time Const: Time the drive will run at 133% of the Motor Overload Amps setting before shutting down on a
Motor Overload Fault. Set the Oload Time Const to a lower value to shut the drive down faster. Factory default
is 8 minutes.
Oload Start Delay: Defines the amount of time that the overload condition will be ignored when the drive is started.
Overload Restart: Defines whether the drive will attempt to auto-restart on a motor overload fault. Note: Auto
Restart (see Startup Control screen) must be enabled for any restarts to occur.
Overload @ Min Freq: In conjunction with the Overload Delay parameter, defines an enhanced motor protection
mode. This parameter is in terms of % of Motor Overload Amps. Setting this parameter to 0% (default value)
disables the enhanced overload protection mode. See figure below for details.
Overload Delay: Defines the amount of time that an enhanced protection mode overload condition will be ignored
before declaring a motor overload fault.
Restart Tries: The number of times the drive will automatically try to restart on a non-Underload fault. Set this
value to 0 to disable retries. Note that Auto Restart (see Startup Control screen) must be enabled for any
restarts to occur.
Restart Delay: The time delay after a fault before the drive will attempt a restart.
Restart Clear Time: Defines the time the drive must run without additional faults after a restart before the fault is
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Parameter Description: Maximum current allowed to transformer Provides user with information concerning the
selected (highlighted) parameter.
General Help: Use Up and Down arrows General help information on how to use this screen.
Note: Some parameters may not be changed when the drive is running. The General Help will state that the drive
must be stopped when such a parameter is selected and the drive is running.
Note: Any parameter that is different from its default value is denoted by an asterisk (*) to the right of its value.

Keypad Functions:

F1: Edit. Edit the selected (highlighted) parameter.


F2: Not used.
F3: Not used.
F4: Not used.
F5: Menu. Return to the Select screen.
Up Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter above the currently selected parameter (wraps at top back to bottom of
list).
Down Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter below the currently selected parameter (wraps at bottom back to top
of list.
Left Arrow: Not used.
Right Arrow: Not used.
START: Starts the drive if it is in the Ready state.
STOP: Stops the drive.
Current

Motor Overload
Amps

Overload @ Min Freq

Underload Current

Underload @ Min Freq


Min Freq

Max Freq

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4.20 Underload Setup

Function:

The Underload Setup screen allows a logged on user to set the Underload limits.

Field Descriptions:

Screen Name: Underload Setup. This field is the name of the displayed screen.
Drive State: Ready. This field displays the up-to-date state of the drive. See list of possible values on the Run
Status screen description.
Underload Current: Defines the minimum running current allowed to the motor system. The drive will fault if the
output current is less than the Underload current for a time that exceeds the Underload Delay.
Uload Start Delay: Defines the amount of time that the Underload condition will be ignored when the drive is
started.
Underload Delay: Defines the amount of time the drive will run with a current less than the Underload current
before faulting.
Uload Restart Tries: Number of times to attempt to restart after an Underload fault. This restart count applies
only to the Underload fault and is independent of the general fault restart tries value below. Set this value to
0 to disable Underload restarts. Note that Auto Restart (see Startup Control screen) must be enabled for any
restarts to occur.
Uload Restart Time: Defines the delay between the drive fault and a restart. Uses the Uload Restart Tries
parameter to determine if a restart should be attempted.
Uload Restart OK: Defines the time the drive must run without an Underload condition after a restart before the
fault is considered cleared and the restart counter is reset.
Underload @ Min Freq: Defines an enhanced motor protection mode. This parameter is in terms of % of Underload
Current. Setting this parameter to 100% (default value) disables the enhanced Underload protection mode.
Parameter Description: Minimum allowed drive current without a fault Provides user with information
concerning the selected (highlighted) parameter.
General Help: Use Up and Down arrows General help information on how to use this screen. Note that some
parameters may not be changed when the drive is running. The General Help will state that the drive must be
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Note: Any parameter that is different from its default value is denoted by an asterisk (*) to the right of its value.

Keypad Functions:

F1: Edit. Edit the selected (highlighted) parameter.


F2: Not used.
F3: Not used.
F4: Not used.
F5: Menu. Return to the Select screen.
Up Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter above the currently selected parameter (wraps at top back to bottom of
list).
Down Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter below the currently selected parameter (wraps at bottom back to top
of list.
Left Arrow: Not used.
Right Arrow: Not used.
START: Starts the drive if it is in the Ready state.
STOP: Stops the drive.

4.21 Start Control

Function:

The Start Control screen allows a logged on user to set Restart on power loss and Ride thru Restart.

Field Descriptions:

Screen Name: Start Control. This field is the name of the displayed screen.
Drive State: Running. This field displays the up-to-date state of the drive. See list of possible values on the Run
Status screen description
Restart on Power Loss: When Restart on Power Loss is enabled and Auto Restart on the Startup screen is enabled,
the drive will automatically start after a power failure. This will cause the drive to return to its running state at time
of shut down. The restart delay used is the Restart Delay on the Alarms Setup screen. The drive will run through the
programming it has been set up such as ramp times, Hard Start, etc.
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losses. Enabling the Ride thru restart and the Auto Restart on the Startup screen as well as restart tries on the Alarm
setup screen is greater than 0, this will restart the drive according to the Restart Delay on the Alarms Setup screen.
Start Holdoff Time: Setting the Holdoff Time to a non-zero value will restrict manually starting the drive until the
drive has been stopped for the programmed time. Pressing the Start button before the holdoff time has expired will
cause the drive to enter a restart state and then start when the holdoff time has expired. This feature is designed to
allow well conditions to return to a safe state before allowing a restart (i.e. waiting for Back Spin to finish).
Restart on Pwr Loss: Defines whether the drive will attempt to auto-restart on a power loss fault. Note: Auto
Restart (see Startup Control screen) must be enabled for any restarts to occur.
Ride Thru Restart: Defines whether the drive will attempt to auto-restart on a drive power loss with the HMI still
powered fault.
Note: Auto Restart (see Startup Control screen) must be enabled for any restarts to occur.
Start Holdoff Time: Defines the amount of time the drive will restrict starting after it has stopped.
General Help: Use Up and Down arrows General help information on how to use this screen. Note: Some
parameters may not be changed when the drive is running. The General Help will state that the drive must be
stopped when such a parameter is selected and the drive is running.
Note: Any parameter that is different from its default value is denoted by an asterisk (*) to the right of its value.

Keypad Functions:

F1: Edit. Edit the selected (highlighted) parameter.


F2: Not used.
F3: Not used.
F4: Not used.
F5: Menu. Return to the Select screen.
Up Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter above the currently selected parameter (wraps at top back to bottom of
list).
Down Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter below the currently selected parameter (wraps at bottom back to top
of list.
Left Arrow: Not used.
Right Arrow: Not used.
START: Starts the drive if it is in the Ready state.
STOP: Stops the drive.

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4.22 Numeric Parameter Change

Function:

The Numeric Parameter Change screen is drawn when the Edit soft key is activated on a numeric parameter. The
user adjusts the parameter to the desired value.

Field Descriptions:

Screen Name: Numeric Parameter Change Screen. This field is the name of the displayed screen.
Parameter Name and present value: Maximum Frequency: 65 Hz. Shows the name of the parameter being
edited as well as its present value.
Parameter Description: Maximum frequency that will be emitted by the drive. Gives a text description of the
parameter being edited.
Min, Max, Def: Provides the parameters minimum allowed value, maximum allowed value, and default value.
Highlighted value: The value that is adjusted as the user presses the Up and Down arrow keys.

Keypad Functions:

F1: OK. Accept the highlighted value as the value of the parameter.
F2: CANCEL. Abort the editing procedure and retain the present value of the parameter.
F3: Not used.
F4: Not used.
F5: Not used.
Up Arrow: Increase the highlighted value. Note that the change step size increases as the button is held down.
Note that the value can not be adjusted higher than the Max value displayed.
Down Arrow: Decrease the highlighted value. Note that the change step size increases as the button is held down.
Note that the value can not be adjusted lower than the Min value displayed.
Left Arrow: Not used.
Right Arrow: Not used.
START: Starts the drive if it is in the Ready state.
STOP: Stops the drive.

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4.23 Frequency Setup

Function:

The Frequency Setup screen allows a logged on user to define the frequency behavior of the drive.

Field Descriptions:

Screen Name: Frequency Setup. This field is the name of the displayed screen.
Drive State: Running. This field displays the up-to-date state of the drive. See list of possible values on the Run
Status screen description
Drive State: Ready. This field displays the up-to-date state of the drive. See list of possible values on the Run
Status screen description.
V/F Select: Defines the V/F curve utilized by the drive. Options include 60Hz/Std Torque, 60Hz/Med Torque, 60Hz/Hi
Torque, 50Hz/Std Torque, 50Hz/Med Torque, and 50Hz/Hi Torque.
Note: Changing the V/F Select may affect the Maximum Frequency parameter value. Always verify / correct the
Maximum Frequency parameter after changing the V/F Select parameter.
Motor Direction: The direction the motor is running. Note that this parameter can be changed while the drive is
running. After the direction has been changed, press START to activate the change. The motor will decelerate
to 0 and then accelerate to the desired frequency in the motor direction indicated.
Drive Output Volts: Defines the Maximum output volts on the V/Hz curve to allow the user to set the voltage lower
for circumstances such as 50Hz operation manually. Note: The maximum output of the drive will not exceed the
input voltage supplied.
Maximum Frequency: Maximum frequency to be emitted by the drive. Note that the maximum frequency is also the
frequency at which the drive outputs its base voltage, 480V.
Minimum Frequency: Minimum frequency to run the ESP motor. This value should be set high enough to ensure
pump head is sufficient to pump liquids to the surface (providing cooling for the motor).
Acceleration Time: Time required to accelerate from stopped to Maximum Frequency.
Deceleration Time: Time required to decelerate from Maximum Frequency to stopped.
Voltage Bias: Bias voltage added to the output for fine tuning. Note that the bias voltage is the value added at
maximum frequency and is scaled for frequencies lower than maximum frequency. Also note that the positive
bias can be limited by the DC bus voltage.
I-Limit: Defines the maximum allowable Current for the output.
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Lockout Deadband: Width of the band that band around the lockout frequencies that the drive will avoid.
Parameter Description: Defines the V/F Curve for Provides user with information concerning the selected
(highlighted) parameter.
General Help: Use Up and Down arrows General help information on how to use this screen. Note that some
parameters may not be changed when the drive is running. The General Help will state that the drive must be
stopped when such a parameter is selected and the drive is running.
Note: Any parameter that is different from its default value is denoted by an asterisk (*) to the right of its value.

Keypad Functions:

F1: Edit. Edit the selected (highlighted) parameter.


F2: Not used.
F3: Not used.
F4: Not used.
F5: Menu. Return to the Select screen.
Up Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter above the currently selected parameter (wraps at top back to bottom of
list).
Down Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter below the currently selected parameter (wraps at bottom back to top
of list.
Left Arrow: Not used.
Right Arrow: Not used.
START: Starts the drive if it is in the Ready state.
STOP: Stops the drive.

4.24 Analog 1 Setup

Function:

The Analog 1 Setup screen allows a logged on user to configure Analog Input 1.

Field Descriptions:

Screen Name: Analog 1 Setup. This field is the name of the displayed screen.

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Drive State: Ready. This field displays the up-to-date state of the drive. See list of possible values on the Run
Status screen description.
A1 Input Voltage 1, Engineering Units 1: Values used to define 1 point on the sensor curve. Used in conjunction
with the following parameters to calculate the analog gain and bias.
A1 Input Voltage 2, Engineering Units 2: Values used to define the second point on the sensor curve. Used in
conjunction with the previous 2 parameters to calculate the analog gain and bias.
Analog In A1 Units: Defines the engineering units used when displaying the specified analog value.
Max Value: The maximum allowed value of the Analog Input in engineering units. If Analog 1 Fault is enabled and if
the analog value exceeds the maximum value for the programmed delay time, a fault will be declared.
Min Value: The minimum allowed value of the Analog Input in engineering units. If Analog 1 Fault is enabled and if
the analog value is less than the minimum value for the programmed delay time, a fault will be declared.
Analog 1 Delay: The amount of time to tolerate a range error before declaring a fault.
Analog 1 Fault: Values are Disabled (analog 1 limits are ignored), Fault (analog 1 limits will cause a fault but will not
automatically restart), and Restart (analog 1 limits will cause a fault and automatic restart).
Note: Restart uses the Restart Tries, Restart Delay, and Restart Clear Time parameters from the Alarms Setup
screen.
Parameter Description: Analog 1 sensor Provides user with information concerning the selected (highlighted)
parameter.
General Help: Use Up and Down arrows General help information on how to use this screen. Note that some
parameters may not be changed when the drive is running. The General Help will state that the drive must be
stopped when such a parameter is selected and the drive is running.
Note: Any parameter that is different from its default value is denoted by an asterisk (*) to the right of its value.
Note: The restart count and restart delay time are set in the Alarms menu.

Keypad Functions:

F1: Edit. Edit the selected (highlighted) parameter.


F2: Not used.
F3: Not used.
F4: Not used.
F5: Menu. Return to the Select screen.
Up Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter above the currently selected parameter (wraps at top back to bottom of
list).
Down Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter below the currently selected parameter (wraps at bottom back to top
of list.
Left Arrow: Not used.
Right Arrow: Not used.
START: Starts the drive if it is in the Ready state.
STOP: Stops the drive.

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4.25 Analog 2 Setup

Function:

The Analog 2 Setup screen allows a logged on user to configure Analog Input 2.

Field Descriptions:

Screen Name: Analog 2 Setup. This field is the name of the displayed screen.
Drive State: Ready. This field displays the up-to-date state of the drive. See list of possible values on the Run
Status screen description.
Analog 2 Type: Select between 0 10V or 4 20mA.
A2 Input Voltage 1, Engineering Units 1: Values used to define 1 point on the sensor curve. Used in conjunction
with the following parameters to calculate the analog gain and bias. Note that the voltage can also be a
current if set to 4 20mA mode.
A2 Input Voltage 2, Engineering Units 2: Values used to define the second point on the sensor curve. Used in
conjunction with the previous 2 parameters to calculate the analog gain and bias. Note that the voltage can
also be a current if set to 4 20mA mode.
Analog In A2 Units: Defines the engineering units used when displaying the specified analog value.
Max Value: The maximum allowed value of the Analog Input in engineering units. If Analog 2 Fault is enabled and if
the analog value exceeds the maximum value for the programmed delay time, a fault will be declared.
Min Value: The minimum allowed value of the Analog Input in engineering units. If Analog 2 Fault is enabled and if
the analog value is less than the minimum value for the programmed delay time, a fault will be declared.
Analog 2 Delay: The amount of time to tolerate a range error before declaring a fault.
Analog 2 Fault: Values are Disabled (analog 2 limits are ignored), Fault (analog 2 limits will cause a fault but will not
automatically restart), and Restart (analog 2 limits will cause a fault and automatic restart).
Note: Restart uses the Restart Tries, Restart Delay, and Restart Clear Time parameters from the Alarms Setup
screen.
Parameter Description: Sets S1-2=OFF Provides user with information concerning the selected (highlighted)
parameter.
General Help: Use Up and Down arrows General help information on how to use this screen. Note that some
parameters may not be changed when the drive is running. The General Help will state that the drive must be
stopped when such a parameter is selected and the drive is running.

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Note: Any parameter that is different from its default value is denoted by an asterisk (*) to the right of its value.
Note: The restart count and restart delay time are set in the Alarms menu.

Keypad Functions:

F1: Edit. Edit the selected (highlighted) parameter.


F2: Not used.
F3: Not used.
F4: Not used.
F5: Menu. Return to the Select screen.
Up Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter above the currently selected parameter (wraps at top back to bottom of
list).
Down Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter below the currently selected parameter (wraps at bottom back to top
of list.
Left Arrow: Not used.
Right Arrow: Not used.
START: Starts the drive if it is in the Ready state.
STOP: Stops the drive.

4.26 Analog 3 Setup

Function:

The Analog 3 Setup screen allows a logged on user to configure Analog Input 3.

Field Descriptions:

Screen Name: Analog 3 Setup. This field is the name of the displayed screen.
Drive State: Running. This field displays the up-to-date state of the drive. See list of possible values on the Run
Status screen description.
A3 Input Voltage 1, Engineering Units 1: Values used to define 1 point on the sensor curve. Used in conjunction
with the following parameters to calculate the analog gain and bias.
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conjunction with the previous 2 parameters to calculate the analog gain and bias.
Analog In A3 Units: Defines the engineering units used when displaying the specified analog value.
Max Value: The maximum allowed value of the Analog Input in engineering units. If Analog 3 Fault is enabled and if
the analog value exceeds the maximum value for the programmed delay time, a fault will be declared.
Min Value: The minimum allowed value of the Analog Input in engineering units. If Analog 3 Fault is enabled and if
the analog value is less than the minimum value for the programmed delay time, a fault will be declared.
Analog 3 Delay: The amount of time to tolerate a range error before declaring a fault.
Analog 3 Fault: Values are Disabled (analog 3 limits are ignored), Fault (analog 3 limits will cause a fault but will not
automatically restart), and Restart (analog 3 limits will cause a fault and automatic restart).
Note: Restart uses the Restart Tries, Restart Delay, and Restart Clear Time parameters from the Alarms Setup
screen.
Parameter Description: Analog 3 sensor Provides user with information concerning the selected (highlighted)
parameter.
General Help: Use Up and Down arrows General help information on how to use this screen. Note that some
parameters may not be changed when the drive is running. The General Help will state that the drive must be
stopped when such a parameter is selected and the drive is running.
Note: Any parameter that is different from its default value is denoted by an asterisk (*) to the right of its value.
Note: The restart count and restart delay time are set in the Alarms menu.

Keypad Functions:

F1: Edit. Edit the selected (highlighted) parameter.


F2: Not used.
F3: Not used.
F4: Not used.
F5: Menu. Return to the Select screen.
Up Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter above the currently selected parameter (wraps at top back to bottom of
list).
Down Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter below the currently selected parameter (wraps at bottom back to top
of list.
Left Arrow: Not used.
Right Arrow: Not used.
START: Starts the drive if it is in the Ready state.
STOP: Stops the drive.

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4.27 Misc Setup

Function:

The Misc Setup screen allows a logged on user to configure some miscellaneous parameters.

Field Descriptions:

Screen Name: Misc Setup. This field is the name of the displayed screen.
Drive State: Ready. This field displays the up-to-date state of the drive. See list of possible values on the Run
Status screen description.
Osiris: Communication with the Osiris downhole tool can be configured as:
Disabled No communications.
Enabled - Read downhole data only.
Fault - Monitor Osiris fault relay and generate fault if set.
Restart - Fault on fault relay and allow restarts as programmed in the Alarms menu.
Osiris Timeout: the Osiris Timeout detects both a loss of Comms between the Viper and SSU and the loss of sync
between the SSU and the downhole tool. The timeout indicates a loss of valid data.

Transformer Ratio: The transformer ratio (for the drive output transformer) can be set to allow calculation of
downhole motor current and voltage. These downhole parameters can be displayed in the User Selected
Parameters.
Drive Type: Set to match the Single or Multi Inverter. Drives 757 - 1515 should be set to Multi.
Password: Defines the password used to log into the system. The default password is 3333.
External Fault 1: 11 Digital Input can be Disabled or set to Normally Closed or Normally Open.
Ext Fault 1 Restart: Enable to allow automatic restarts after External Fault 1. Note that automatic restarts must be
enabled on the Startup Control screen for any automatic restarts to occur.
External Fault 2: 12 Digital Input can be Disabled or set to Normally Closed or Normally Open.
Ext Fault 2 Restart: Enable to allow automatic restarts after External Fault 2. Note that automatic restarts must be
enabled on the Startup Control screen for any automatic restarts to occur.
Standby Switch: Enable or disable Standby Switch detection.
Breaker 2: Enable or disable detection of the MCCB status switch (only used in systems with 2 breakers).
Filter Overheat: Enable to allow automatic drive shutdown when the VSG filter over heats.

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Parameter Description: Enable or disable the Osiris Provides user with information concerning the selected
(highlighted) parameter.
General Help: Use Up and Down arrows General help information on how to use this screen. Note that some
parameters may not be changed when the drive is running. The General Help will state that the drive must be
stopped when such a parameter is selected and the drive is running.
Note: Any parameter that is different from its default value is denoted by an asterisk (*) to the right of its value.

Keypad Functions:

F1: Edit. Edit the selected (highlighted) parameter.


F2: Not used.
F3: Not used.
F4: Not used.
F5: Menu. Return to the Select screen.
Up Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter above the currently selected parameter (wraps at top back to bottom of
list).
Down Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter below the currently selected parameter (wraps at bottom back to top
of list.
Left Arrow: Not used.
Right Arrow: Not used.
START: Starts the drive if it is in the Ready state.
STOP: Stops the drive.

4.28 Comm Setup

Function:

The Comm Setup screen allows a logged on user to define the SCADA ModBus Address and assign how the
communication ports are used.

Field Descriptions:

Screen Name: Comm Setup. This field is displays the name of the displayed screen.
Drive State: Ready. This field displays the up-to-date state of the drive. See list of possible values on the Run

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Status screen description.
ModBus Address: Defines the ModBus address the drive will respond to when communicating with a SCADA device.
ModBus Baud Rate: Defines communication baud rate between 2400 and 38400 to communicate with other units.
Drive Comm Port (485): Defines the serial port that will be used to communicate between HMI and the inverter.
The default is COM3 and must be left there. Note that the drive must be power-cycled for communication port
assignment changes to take effect.
SCADA Comm Port: Defines the serial port that will be used to communicate with an external SCADA system. The
default is COM2. Note that the drive must be power-cycled for communication port assignment changes to
take effect.
SCADA 2 Comm Port: Defines the serial port that will be used to communicate with an external SCADA system. The
default is Disabled. Note: The drive must be power-cycled for communication port assignment changes to take
effect.
Osiris Port: Defines the serial port that will be used to communicate with the Osiris downhole sensor. The default is
COM4. Note that the drive must be power-cycled for communication port assignment changes to take effect.
DHCP Enable: Allows Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol for network systems to be enable or disabled.
IP Address 1-4: Defines specific IP address to change from default to allow more than one drive on the same
network.
Parameter Description: ModBus address used by SCADA Provides user with information concerning the selected
(highlighted) parameter.
General Help: Use Up and Down arrows General help information on how to use this screen. Note that some
parameters may not be changed when the drive is running. The General Help will state that the drive must be
stopped when such a parameter is selected and the drive is running.
Note: Any parameter that is different from its default value is denoted by an asterisk (*) to the right of its value.
Note: For Communication port Pin out refer to section 7.3 for old HMI and 7.4 for new HMI.

Keypad Functions:

F1: Edit. Edit the selected (highlighted) parameter.


F2: Not used.
F3: Not used.
F4: Not used.
F5: Menu. Return to the Select screen.
Up Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter above the currently selected parameter (wraps at top back to bottom of
list).
Down Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter below the currently selected parameter (wraps at bottom back to top
of list.
Left Arrow: Not used.
Right Arrow: Not used.
START: Starts the drive if it is in the Ready state.
STOP: Stops the drive.

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4.29 Hard Starting

Function:

The Hard Starting screen allows a logged in user the capability to rock the motor forward and backward a preset
number of times before attempting to ramp to full speed.

Field Descriptions:

Screen Name: Hard Starting. This field is the name of the displayed screen.
Drive State: Ready. This field displays Jog setpoint, Rock start enabled/disabled, rock count, Accel time and Decel
time.
Jog Setpoint: The target frequency for the jog function.
Rock Start: Enables or Disables the rock start function.
Rock Count: Number of times to rock forward and back before attempting to ramp to full speed.
Acceleration Time: Time required to accelerate from stopped to Maximum Frequency.
Deceleration Time: Time required to decelerate from Maximum Frequency to stopped.
General Help: Use Up and Down arrows General help information on how to use this screen. Note that these
functions cannot be activated when the drive is running.

Keypad Functions:

F1: Edit. Edit the selected (highlighted) parameter.


F2: Not used.
F3: Jog While holding this button, the drive ramps up to preset Jog frequency. When button is released, the drive
ramps down to zero.
F4: Not used.
F5: Menu. Return to the Select screen.
Up Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter above the currently selected parameter (wraps at top back to bottom of
list).
Down Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter below the currently selected parameter (wraps at bottom back to top
of list.
Left Arrow: Not used.
Right Arrow: Not used.

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START: Starts the drive if it is in the Ready state.
STOP: Stops the drive.

4.30 Maintenance Menu

Function:

The Maintenance screen allows a logged in user to perform maintenance functions.


Note that the drive must be stopped to activate these functions.

Field Descriptions:

Screen Name: Maintenance. This field is the name of the displayed screen.
Drive State: Ready. This field displays the up-to-date state of the drive. See list of possible values on the Run
Status screen description.
Check / Update all drive parameters. When executed, this function verifies / updates all low level (drive)
parameters to ensure that the drive configuration matches the high level (user interface) configuration. Execute
this function to set the underlying drive parameters to match the user interface configuration if the drive control
board has been changed or if the configuration has been loaded from a USB flash drive.
Set all parameters to Factory defaults. When executed, this function sets all of the high level (user interface)
parameters and low level (drive) parameters to their default values. Note that the drive must be powered off
and back on after executing this function.
Save configuration to USB Flash drive. When executed, this function saves the high level drive configuration to a
file (CONFIG.TXT) on the USB flash drive. Note please insert the USB Flash drive and wait at least 5 seconds
before activating this function.

Refer to Appendix 3.2
Load configuration from USB Flash drive. When executed, this function loads the high level configuration from the
configuration file (CONFIG.TXT) on the USB flash drive and then updates the low level (drive) registers to match
the configuration. Note please insert the USB Flash drive and wait at least 5 seconds before activating this
function. Please run the Check / Update all drive parameters after this operation to properly configure the
underlying drive.

Refer to appendix 3.4
Save Linear List to USB Flash drive. When executed, this function saves a file (LLDATA.TXT) with the values of all
the underlying drive (Linear List) parameters on the USB flash drive. Note please insert the USB Flash drive

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and wait at least 5 seconds before activating this function. Note this file is for troubleshooting and cannot be
loaded into the drive.

Refer to appendix 3.3
Delete History and Current Logs. When executed, this function deletes all data from the history (see History screen)
and high speed current data (see the Amp Chart screen) logs. Use this function when moving a drive to a new
location.
Upgrade Firmware. Follow the directions to upgrade the firmware in the user interface controller. Note that
upgrading the user interface firmware may require an update to the drive firmware also. Upgrading the
firmware may also require the drive to be reconfigured. Also note that the Config.txt file acquired with the Save
configuration to USB Flash drive may NOT be compatible with the new firmware.
General Help: Use Up and Down arrows General help information on how to use this screen. Note that these
functions cannot be activated when the drive is running.

Keypad Functions:

F1: OK. Activate the selected function.


F2: Not used.
F3: Not used.
F4: Not used.
F5: Menu. Return to the Select screen.
Up Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter above the currently selected parameter (wraps at top back to bottom of
list).
Down Arrow: Select (highlight) the parameter below the currently selected parameter (wraps at bottom back to top
of list.
Left Arrow: Not used.
Right Arrow: Not used.
START: Starts the drive if it is in the Ready state.
STOP: Stops the drive.

4.31 Startup Control

Function:

The Startup Control screen allows any operator the ability to easily view or control the drive start and auto-restart

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parameters.

Field Descriptions:

Screen Name: Startup Control. This field is the name of the displayed screen.
Drive State: Running. This field displays the up-to-date state of the drive. See list of possible values on the Run
Status screen description.
Drive Serial Number: Serial number of the drive.
Drive Mode: Frequency Control. Designates the control mode of the drive. The mode can be changed in the
Operating Mode screen.
Date / Time: Date and time.
Frequency Setpoint: 60.00 Hz. The up-to-date frequency setpoint. This field will not be present in some drive
control modes.
Output Current: 1.2 A. The up-to-date drive output current.
Output Frequency: 60.00 Hz. The up-to-date frequency being emitted by the drive.
Output Voltage: 479.9 V. The up-to-date phase to phase voltage at the output of the drive.
Drive Lockout graphic: Illustrates the start state of the drive. The illustration shows the drive is enabled. If the drive
is disabled, it will not respond to a start command.
Auto Restart graphic: Illustrates whether the drive auto restart is currently enabled or disabled. The illustration
shows the auto restart is disabled.
General Help: Press Menu soft key General help information on how to use this screen.

Keypad Functions:

F1: Disable. Disable the drive. If running, the drive will be stopped.
F2: Enable. Enable the drive.
F3: Disable. Disable auto restart of drive.
F4: Enable. Enable auto restart of drive.
F5: Menu. Return to the Select screen.
Down Arrow: Not Used.
Left Arrow: Not used.
Right Arrow: Not used.
START: Starts the drive if it is in the Ready state.
STOP: Stops the drive.

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4.32 Keypad Test

Function:

The Keypad Test screen provides no functionality for controlling the drive. It is included as an aid for testing the
keypad normally in manufacturing.
The Keypad Test screen is activated by pressing the unlabeled F1 soft key in the Select Screen.

Operation:

There is a box on the screen associated with each keypad key. When a keypad key is pressed, the associated
box on the screen turns red.

Note: Press and hold down the F5 key to exit the Keypad Test screen.
Keypad Failure Detection: Log excessive button presses (>100) as events showing a possible hardware problem.

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5 Parameter Locator
The following table describes what parameters are available in each of the different screens.
Screen
Setup (No login required)

Parameters
Language
Date Format
Local / Remote

Operating Mode
(Current Control)

Drive Mode
Current Setpoint
Current Freq Limit

PI Proportional
PI Integral

Operating Mode
(Pressure Control)

Drive Mode
Pressure Source
Pressure Setpoint
PI Proportional
PI Integral
Analog 2 Type
Drive Mode
Frequency Setpoint
Startup Mode

A2 Input Voltage 1
Engineering Units 1
A2 Input Voltage 2
Engineering Units 2
Analog In 2 Units

Operating Mode
(Analog Follower)

Drive Mode
Signal Source
Minimum Frequency
Input at Min Freq
EU Value Min

Maximum Frequency
Input at Max Freq
EU Value Max
Analog In A1 Units

Alarms Setup

Motor Overload Amps


Oload Start Delay
Overload Restart
Overload @ Min Freq
Overload Delay

Restart Tries
Restart Delay
Restart Clear Time

Underload Setup

Underload Current
Uload Start Delay
Underload Delay
Underload Restart Tries
Restart on PWR Loss
Ride Thru Restart
Start Hold Off Time

Underload Restart Time


Underload Restart OK
Underload @ Min Freq

V/F Select
Motor Direction
Maximum Frequency
Minimum Frequency
Acceleration Time
Deceleration Time

Voltage Bias
Jog Setpoint
I Limit
Lockout Frequency 1
Lockout Frequency 2
Lockout Frequency 3
Lockout Deadband

Operating Mode
(Frequency Control)

Start Control

Frequency Setup

Control Location
User Selected 1 5

Setp1 Frequency
Setp1 Time
Run Ramp Time

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Analog 1 Setup

A1 Input Voltage 1
Engineering Units 1
A1 Input Voltage 2
Engineering Units 2
Analog In 1 Units

Max Value
Min Value
Analog 1 Delay
Analog 1 Fault Enable

Analog 2 Setup

Analog 2 Type
A2 Input Voltage 1
Engineering Units 1
A2 Input Voltage 2
Analog 2 Delay

Analog In A2 Units
Max Value
Min Value
Engineering Units 2
Analog 2 Fault Enable

Analog 3 Setup

Analog 3 Type
A3 Input Voltage 1
Engineering Units 1
A3 Input Voltage 2
Analog 3 Delay

Analog In A3 Units
Max Value
Min Value
Engineering Units 2
Analog 3 Fault Enable

Misc Setup

Osiris Enable
Transformer Ratio
Drive Type
Password
External Fault 1 Enable
Ext Fault 1 Restart
ModBus Address
ModBus Baud Rate
Drive Comm Port (485)
SCADA Comm Port

External Fault 2 Enable


Ext Fault 2 Restart
Standby Switch Enable
Breaker 2 Detect Enable

Comm Setup

Osiris Port
DHCP Enable
IP Address 1 - 4

Hard Starting

Jog Set Point


Rock Start
Rock Count

Maintenance

Check/Update all drive parameters Save linear list to USB Flash


Set all parameters to factory
Delete History and Current Logs
Save Configuration to USB
Upgrade Firmware
Load configuration from USB Flash

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6 Remote User Interface
6.1 What is the Remote User Interface?
Some Vector VII drives are equipped with a wireless router allowing the use of the remote user interface. The remote
user interface is an interface by which the drive can be controlled and configured using a laptop computer with a
wireless network interface. The remote user interface looks and acts like the actual drive user interface but appears in
Internet Explorer on an appropriately equipped computer.
Note that the remote user interface program resides on the drive itself. The computer needs only Internet Explorer, a
wireless network card, and the Flash Player to make use of the remote user interface.

6.2 Configuration
Equipment Required:
Laptop with wireless network card
Software Microsoft Internet Explorer and Adobe Flash Player 8 or later (www.adobe.com)
Wireless Router (PN 196126 or 197080) Option already configured and installed on your drive.

Microsoft Internet Explorer is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation

Procedure:
Adobe Flash Player is a registered trademark of Adobe Incorporated
Configure Wireless Card Utility
Note: The following is an example to access a router already installed and configured on your Vector VII drive or Vector
VII Trainer. Your laptop Wireless utility may be different and not follow this example. You will have to know how to use
the wireless network card on your laptop
If you are installing a router in your drive you should have instructions that came with the Remote User Interface kit on
how to set up the router.

If your Wireless card is enabled you should see the icon in the system tray in the lower right hand corner of your screen.
If it is not enabled you will need to go to Control Panel then Network Connections and enable your Wireless card. Move
your cursor over the wireless icon, which in this case is several vertical bars, and right click on it. Highlight Connect To
and look for VIPERSEC and click on it. If you do not see VIPERSEC listed then open the Wireless utility and click on Site
Monitor. After a few seconds you should see VIPERSEC in the site list. If you do not, then there may be a problem with
the router or your wireless card. Check the router to make sure the lights are on. Once you see VIPERSEC in the list you
can go back to the Wireless Networks screen and add VIPERSEC to this list, make sure and enter the Network Key
(see below) and select it. The Network Key value is 4056701431.

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Completing and Connecting


From your desktop enter Internet Explorer. Click on the X to stop the home screen access. Enter
the following into the address bar: http://192.168.2.101/ui.html. You should see a duplicate copy of the
Vector VII HMI display screen. Clicking the buttons on your laptop will do the same thing as pushing
the buttons on the display screen.

6.3 Capabilities
Besides running and configuring the drive, the remote user interface allows the user to download event, history,
configuration, and linear list files. Click the File Menu button on the remote user interface to access these functions.
These files open in their own Internet Explorer windows. Use the File, Save As functionality to save the data as text files.
(Note that the linear list file can not be generated when the drive is running.)

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Volts per Hertz Settings (V/Hz)

6.4 V/Hz Factory and Manual Set-up.


Refer to section 4.23 Frequency for programming

6.4.1 Factory Default V/Hz and Definition


V/Hz Settings
Factory Defaults
(Logged in, Frequency Setup | V/F Select)
60 Hz Standard

(480 VAC)

Max Volts

E1-05

(0VAC)

Mid Volts B

E1-12

(0VAC)

Base Volts

E1-13

(28.8VAC)

Mid Volts A

E1-08

(14.4VAC)

Min Volts A

E1-10

E1-09

E1-07

E1-06

Min Freq

Mid Freq A

Base Freq

(1.5 Hz)

(3Hz)

(60 Hz)

E1-11

E1-04

Mid Freq B Max Freq


(0 Hz)

(60 Hz)

(=)
NOTE
E1-06 and E1-04 are
changed simultaneously
by changing the
Maximum Frequency
setting in the HMI in the
Frequency set-up screen.

Figure 7.1 60Hz Standard Torque

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V/HZ Definition
This defines the Voltage and Frequency relationship at the output of the drive.
At maximum frequency (Maximum Speed) E1-04 = 60 Hz, the Maximum Voltage E1-05 = 480 VAC.
o This means that at maximum speed, the drive will try to maintain an output of 480 VAC at 60
HZ.
This is provided there is 480 VAC at the input. Otherwise the maximum voltage cannot be increased
beyond the voltage at the input.
At Minimum Frequency E1-09 = 1.5Hz, the Minimum Voltage E1-10 = 14.4 VAC.
o This means that at minimum speed, the drive will try to maintain an output of 14.4 VAC at 1.5
Hz
Factory Default V/Hz
Figure 7.1 shows the settings for normal operation after Defaults are set in the drive.
o The minimum and maximum frequency limits are changed in the Frequency setup screen.
The Maximum Frequency setting in the frequency setup screen changes the Base Freq
(E1-09) and Max Freq (E1-04) simultaneously to the frequency the user defines.
The Minimum Frequency setting in the frequency setup screen changes Ref Lower
Limit (D2-02). This is the lower cut off of drive operation. The drive automatically
calculates the percentage of Maximum frequency the user sets as normal operating
frequency lower limit. When commanded to stop the drive will decelerate to the
Minimum Frequency and stop instead of decelerating to 0 Hz.

6.4.2 Selectable 60 Hz V/Hz settings


HI MED STD
TRQ TRQ TRQ
E1-05

480

480

480

E1-12

E1-13

E1-08

48

36

28.8

Settings

60 Hz
Hz
0

60

Standard Torque

1.5

60

60

Medium Torque

1.5

60

60

High Torque

E1-09

60

E1-04

ED

E1-11

ST
M
I
H

1.5

E1-06

26.4 16.8 14.4

E1-07

E1-10

Selectable (Custom) V/Hz

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60 Hz Selectable Operation

There are 3 selectable settings pre-programmed into the Vector VII drive. In the Medium and High
Torque settings, a predetermined amount of voltage boost is applied at lower frequencies to provide
more torque at Start Up.
o 60 Hz Standard Torque (Default)
o 60 Hz Medium Torque
o 60 Hz High Torque

V/Hz Settings
Factory Defaults
(Logged in, Frequency Setup | V/F Select)
60 Hz Medium Torque

(480 VAC)

Max Volts

E1-05

_
<
E1-12

E1-13

rd

Base Volts

St

(0VAC)

da

_
<

an

Mid Volts B

Voltage (V)

(0VAC)

_
<
(36 VAC)

(16.8 VAC)

Mid Volts A

Min Volts

E1-08

_
<

E1-10

Frequency (Hz)

E1-09
Min Freq
(1.5Hz)

_ E1-07 <
_ E1-06 <
_ E1-11 <
_ E1-04
<
Mid Freq
A
(3Hz)

Base
Freq
(60Hz)

Mid Freq
B
(0Hz)

Max Freq
(60Hz)

Figure 7.3 60Hz Medium Torque Setting

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V/Hz Settings
Factory Defaults
(Logged in, Frequency Setup | V/F Select)
60 Hz High Torque

(480 VAC)

Max Volts

E1-05

_
<
E1-12

rd

E1-13

da

Base Volts

St

(0VAC)

an

_
<

Voltage (V)

(0VAC) Mid Volts B

_
<
(48 VAC)

(26.4 VAC)

Mid Volts A

Min Volts

E1-08

_
<

E1-10

Frequency (Hz)

_
E1-09 <
Min Freq
(1.5Hz)

_ E1-06 <
_ E1-11 <
_ E1-04
E1-07 <
Mid Freq
Base
Mid Freq
Max Freq
A
Freq
B
(60Hz)
(0Hz)
(60Hz)
(3Hz)

Figure 7.4 - 60Hz High Torque Setting

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6.4.3 Selectable 50 Hz V/Hz settings
HI MED STD
TRQ TRQ TRQ
E1-05

480

480

480

E1-12

E1-13

E1-08

48

36

28.8

Settings

50 Hz
Hz
50

50

Standard Torque

1.3

2.5

50

50

Medium Torque

1.3

2.5

50

50

High Torque

E1-04

E1-09

E1-11

ST
ED

M
I

1.5

E1-06

21.6 16.8 14.4

E1-07

E1-10

Selectable (Custom) V/Hz

Figure 7.5

50 Hz Selectable Operation

There are 3 selectable settings pre-programmed into the Vector VII drive. In the Medium and High
Torque settings, a predetermined amount of voltage boost is applied at lower frequencies to provide
more torque at Start Up.
o 50 Hz Standard Torque
o 50 Hz Medium Torque
o 50 Hz High Torque

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V/Hz Settings
Factory Defaults
(Logged in, Frequency Setup | V/F Select)
50 Hz Standard

(480 VAC)

Max Volts

E1-05

_
<
Mid Volts B

E1-12

_
<
(0VAC)

Base Volts

E1-13

Voltage (V)

(0VAC)

_
<
(28.8VAC)

(14.4VAC)

Mid Volts A

Min Volts

E1-08

_
<

E1-10

Frequency (Hz)

E1-09

_
<

Min Freq
(1.5Hz)

E1-07
Mid Freq
A
(3Hz)

_
<

E1-06
Base
Freq
(50Hz)

_ E1-11 <
_
<

Figure 7.6 50Hz Standard Torque Settings

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Mid Freq
B
(0Hz)

E1-04
Max Freq
(50Hz)

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V/Hz Settings
Factory Defaults
(Logged in, Frequency Setup | V/F Select)
50 Hz Medium Torque

(480 VAC)

Max Volts

E1-05

_
<
E1-12

E1-13

rd

Base Volts

St

(0VAC)

da

_
<

an

Mid Volts B

Voltage (V)

(0VAC)

_
<
(36 VAC)

(16.8 VAC)

Mid Volts A

Min Volts

E1-08

_
<

E1-10

Frequency (Hz)

E1-09
Min Freq
(1.3Hz)

_ E1-07 <
_ E1-06 <
_ E1-11 <
_ E1-04
<
Mid Freq
A
(2.5Hz)

Base
Freq
(50Hz)

Mid Freq
B
(0Hz)

Max Freq
(50Hz)

Figure 7.7 - 50Hz Medium Torque Settings

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V/Hz Settings
Factory Defaults
(Logged in, Frequency Setup | V/F Select)
50 Hz High Torque

(480 VAC)

Max Volts

E1-05

_
<
E1-12

E1-13

rd

Base Volts

St

(0VAC)

da

_
<

an

Mid Volts B

Voltage (V)

(0VAC)

_
<
(48 VAC)

(21.6 VAC)

Mid Volts A

Min Volts

E1-08

_
<

E1-10

Frequency (Hz)

E1-09
Min Freq
(1.3Hz)

_ E1-07 <
_ E1-06 <
_ E1-11 <
_ E1-04
<
Mid Freq
A
(2.5Hz)

Base
Freq
(50Hz)

Figure 7.8 - 50Hz High Torque Settings

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Mid Freq
B
(0Hz)

Max Freq
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6.4.4 V/Hz Manual Set-up
In some cases manual setup of the Volts/Hertz curve is required. If this is the case the user must manually
enter the parameters below in the Linear List (refer to section 4.18, 4.18.1 and Appendix 4). Certain parameters
must be programmed to be less that or equal to others in order for the drive to operate correctly.
Important Note!! If the Maximum Frequency is changed in the Frequency Setup screen of the HMI, the
parameters E1-04 and E1-06 will set equal to each other. In many cases this can cause a fault due to E1-11
being less than E1-06

V/Hz Settings
Manual (Example)
(Logged in, Linear List | E104,05,06,07,08,09,10,11,12,13

(480 VAC)

Max Volts

E1-05

_
<
Mid Volts B

E1-12

_
<
(370 VAC)

Base Volts

E1-13

Voltage (V)

(380 VAC)

_
<
(350 VAC)

(290 VAC)

Mid Volts A

Min Volts

E1-08

_
<

E1-10

Frequency (Hz)

E1-09
Min Freq
(30 Hz)

_
<

E1-07
Mid Freq
A
(37 Hz)

_
<

E1-06
Base
Freq
(45 Hz)

_ E1-11 <
_
<
Mid Freq
B
(60 Hz)

E1-04
Max Freq
(70 Hz)

Figure 7.9

Warning: This is an example only!


o Motor Nameplate V/Hz must be maintained to maintain proper motor function.

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7 SCADA Interface
7.1 SCADA Interface Port
COM4 (RS485 programmable on the Comm Setup screen) on the drive user interface computer is used for SCADA
communications. It is set up as 2400 38400 baud, No Parity, 8 data bits, and 1 stop bit. The default ModBus slave
address is 2, but this can be changed using the Comm Setup screen from 1 - 247.
The ModBus RTU protocol is employed by the SCADA interface port to allow for remote control and data acquisition.
Added support for redirection file to support additional parameters within the SCADA map as required.

7.2 SCADA Addresses


The following addresses are implemented in the standard SCADA ModBus map. All drive configuration parameters and
linear list parameters are also. Please contact GE Oil & Gas Engineering for information on any parameter not listed in
this section.

ModBus Address
40001

40002

Name

Description

Control

Write Only register to control drive


0 = Stop
1 = Run
Returns 0 when read.

Mode

Read / Write register that determines drive mode of operation.


0 = Current Limit Mode
1 = Pressure Control Mode
2 = Frequency Mode
3 = Analog Follower Mode

40003

Reference

40004

Poll Count

40005

Motor

40006

Fault

Read / Write register used to control speed of drive. Meaning of value changes
with drive mode.
Current Mode Current Setpoint (Amps * 10)
Pressure Mode Pressure Setpoint (PSI * 10)
Frequency Mode Frequency Setpoint (Hz * 10)
Analog Follower Mode Not Applicable. Always uses Analog 1.
Read Only register that counts the number of polls received since the program was
started.
Read Only register that contains the motor state.
0 = Not Running
1 = Running
Read Only register that describes if a fault is active.
0 = No active fault
Bit 0: Internal Drive Fault see Drive Fault Code (40015) and Fault Details (40016)
registers.
Bit 1: Communication lost between user interface and drive.
Bit 2: Fatal User Interface Error see Fatal Error Code (40022).
Bit 3: Osiris Fault see Osiris Fault Source (40035).

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ModBus Address

Name

Description

40007

Freq Ref

Read Only register containing the frequency reference.


(Valid only in Frequency Control Mode.)

40008

Output Freq

Output frequency of drive. Hz * 10

40009

Output Voltage

Output voltage of drive. Volts * 10

40010

Output Current

Output current of drive. Amps * 10

40011

DC Bus Voltage

DC Bus Voltage. Volts * 1

40012

Analog 1

Analog 1 input value in drive units.


(units and scaling depend on drive configuration)

40013

Analog 2

Analog 2 input value in drive units.


(units and scaling depend on drive configuration)

Drive Status
(internal)

Bitmapped drive status register.


Bit 0: Running
Bit 1: At Zero Speed
Bit 2: Reverse Operation
Bit 3: Fault Reset Signal
Bit 4: Speed Agree
Bit 5: Drive Ready
Bit 6: Alarm
Bit 7: Fault
Bit 8 Bit 13: Not used
Bit 14: Reference via Comm
Bit 15: Control via Comm

40014

(1 = running, 0 = stopped)
(1 = at zero speed)
(1 = reverse)
(1 = fault reset active)
(1 = at speed)
(1 = ready)
(1 = alarm)
(1 = fault)
(1 = reference via modbus)
(1 = start / stop via ModBus)

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ModBus Address

40015

40016

Name

Description

Drive Fault Code


(internal)

Current Fault exhibited by drive.


(There are a few codes that are not included in the Fault Details bitmapped list
above.)
0 No Fault
25 DEV Speed Deviation
1 PUF DC Bus Fuse Open
26 OVL Enhanced O-load
2 UV1 DC Bus Undervolt
27 PF Input Phase Loss
3 UV2 Ctl PS Undervolt
28 LF Output Phase Loss
4 UV3 MC Answerback
29 OH3 Motor Overheat 1
5 SC Short Circuit
30
OPR HMI Disconnect
6 GF Ground Fault
31 ERR EEPROM R/W Err
7 OC Overcurrent
32 OH4 Motor Overheat 2
8 OV DC Bus Overvolt
33
CE Serial Com Err
9 OH Heatsink Overtemp
34 BUS Option Com Err
10 OH1 Heatsink Max Temp 35 E-15 SI-F/G Com Err
11 OL1 Motor Overload
36 E-10 SI-F/G CPU Down
12 OL2 Inverter Overload
37 CF Out of Control
13 OL3 Overtorque 1
38 SVE Zero Servo Fault
14 OL4 Overtorque 2
39 EF0 Opt External Fault
15 RR DynBrk Transistor
40 FBL Feedback Loss
16 RH DynBrk Resistor
41 LL3 Loss of Load
17 EF3 External Fault 1
42 UL4 Undertorq Det 2
18 EF4 External Fault 2
43 UNBC - Unbalanced Current
19 EF5 Fault Not Enabled
44 ULF Underload
20 EF6 Fault Not Enabled
45 A1-HI Terminal A1 High
21 EF7 Breaker 2 Fault
46 A1-LO Terminal A1 Low
22 EF8 Filter Overheat
47 A2-HI Terminal A2 High
23 FAN Cooling Fan Error
48 A2-LO Terminal A2 Low
24 OS Overspeed Detect

Fault Details
(internal)

Bitmapped fault list.


Bit 0: Overcurrent (OC) Ground Fault (GF)
Bit 1: Main circuit Overvoltage (OV)
Bit 2: Drive overload (OL2)
Bit 3: Drive overhead (OH1, OH2)
Bit 4: Not used
Bit 5: Fuse blown (PUF)
Bit 6: PI feedback reference lost (FbL)
Bit 7: External error (EF, EF0)
Bit 8: Hardware error (CPF)
Bit 9: Motor overload (OL1) or Overtorque 1 (OL3) detected
Bit 10: PG broken wire detected (PGO), Overspeed (OS), Speed deviation (DEV),
Underload Fault (ULF)
Bit 11: Main circuit Undervoltage (UV) detected
Bit 12: Main circuit Undervoltage (UV1), control power supply error (UV2), inrush
prevention circuit error (UV3), power loss
Bit 13: Missing output phase (LF)
Bit 14: ModBus communications error (CE)
Bit 15: Operator disconnected (OPR)

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ModBus Address

Name

Description

40017

Drive State

State of the drive control state machine.


0 = Initializing
8 = Running / Remote
1 = Not Ready
9 = Stop / Remote
2 = Ready / Local
10 = Forced Stop
3 = Accelerating / Local
11 = Fault
4 = Running / Local
12 = Waiting to Restart
5 = Ready / Remote
13 = Off (Drive Disabled)
6 = Start / Remote
14 = Standby(13)
7 = Accelerating / Remote
15 = Standby / Remote

40018

Time to Restart

Valid only in Restart State. Time until drive will attempt to restart. Minutes * 10

40019

Misc Flags

40020

Digital Inputs

40021

User Interface
State

Bit 0 0 = Local, 1 = Remote


Bit 1 0 = Auto Restart disabled, 1 = Enabled
Bit 2 0 = Drive output disabled, 1 = Enabled
Bit 0 9
Bit 3 12
Bit 6 16
Bit 1 10
Bit 4 13
(1 = On)
Bit 2 11
Bit 5 14
(0 = Off)
0 = Init, 1 = Waiting for communication with drive, 2 = Normal,
3 = Communication with drive lost, 4 = Fatal Error

40022

Fatal Error Code

0 = No fatal error

40023

Software Rev.

Divide by 10

40024

Osiris State

0 = Data OK
1 = Data Bad (SSU not syncd with downhole tool)
2 = Osiris interface disabled

40025

Osiris Fault Relay

0 = Fault Relay OK
1 = Fault Relay Fault

40026

Osiris State

State of the Osiris fault detection state.


0 = Initializing
1 = No Osiris fault
2 = Osiris Fault Relay Detected - Fault
3 = Waiting to Restart
4 = Verifying restart OK

40027

Downhole #1
Intake Pressure

Osiris Data
PSI * 10 (default units can be set by CTConfig program)

40028

Downhole #2
Intake Temp

Osiris Data
Degrees F * 10 (default units can be set by CTConfig program)

Downhole #3
Motor Temp
Downhole #4
Discharge Press
Downhole #5
Vibration
Downhole #6
Leakage Current

Osiris Data
Degrees F * 10 (default units can be set by CTConfig program)
Osiris Data
PSI * 10 (default units can be set by CTConfig program)
Osiris Data
G * 1000 (default units can be set by CTConfig program)
Osiris Data
mA * 100 (default units can be set by CTConfig program)

40029
40030
40031
40032

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ModBus Address

Name

Description

40033

Downhole #7
Uphole Voltage

Osiris Data
Volts * 10

40034

Downhole #8
Osiris Duty Cycle

40035

Osiris Fault Source

40036
40037
40038
40039

Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved

Osiris Data
%
Bitmap fault source
Bit 0: Intake Pressure High
Bit 1: Intake Pressure Low
Bit 2: Intake Temperature High
Bit 3: Intake Temperature Low
Bit 4: Motor Temperature High
Bit 5: Motor Temperature Low
Bit 6: Discharge Pressure High
Bit 7: Discharge Pressure Low
Bit 8: Vibration High
Bit 9: Vibration Low
Bit 10: Current Leakage High
Bit 11: Current Leakage Low
Bit 12 Bit 15: Not Used

40040

Reserved

Note

Addresses 40041 40xxx are redirects as defined in the file REDIR.DAT.

40041

Bit 0: ModBus Communication Error (CE)


Bit 4: Analog 3 High (A3-HI)
Bit 5: Analog 3 Low (A3-LO)
Bit 7: Underload Fault (ULF)
Bit 8: Enhanced overload protection fault (OVL)
Bit 12: Analog 1 High (A1-HI)
Bit 13: Analog 1 Low (A1-LO)
Bit 14: Analog 2 High (A2-HI)
Bit 15: Analog 2 Low (A2-LO)
Undefined bits are not used.

Fault Details #3

40042

Drive Comms

Percentage of successful drive polls.

40043

Osiris Fault Source


2

Bit 0: Delta Pressure High


Bit 1: Delta Pressure Low
Bit 2 Bit 15: Not Used.

40044

Drive Enable

0 = Drive Locked Out, 1 = Drive Enabled.

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ModBus Address

40045

Name

Fault Details #2

Description
Bit 0: External Fault 1 E-Stop
Bit 1: External Fault 2 Transformer level or temp
Bit 2: EF5 should never occur
Bit 3: EF6 should never occur
Bit 4: Breaker #2 fault
Bit 5: Filter overheat fault.
Bit 6: Not used.
Bit 7: Overspeed (OS)
Bit 8: Speed Deviation (DEV)
Bit 9: PG Open (PGO)
Bit 10: Input Phase Loss (PF)
Bit 11: Output Phase Loss (LF)
Bit 12: DCCT Fault (CF)
Bit 13: OPR should never occur
Bit 14: EEPROM Write-in Fault (ERR)
Bit 15: Not used.

40046

Downhole #9
Delta Pressure

Osiris delta pressure.


PSI * 10 (default units can be set by CTConfig program)

40047

Total Starts

Drive total starts.

40048

Previous Fault

Fault Code for previous fault. See address 40015 for key.

40049

Total Run Time

Drive Total Run Time. Hours.

40050

Current Run

Runtime since last start. Hours.

40051
40052
40053

Motor Voltage
Motor Current
A2 Hi Limit

Downhole motor voltage. V * 10


Downhole motor current. A * 10
Analog Input 2 upper limit.

40054

A2 Low Limit

Analog Input 2 lower limit.

42076

A3 Hi Limit

Analog Input 3 upper limit.

42077

A3 Low Limit

Analog Input 3 lower limit.

40055
40056

A1 Hi Limit
A1 Low Limit

Analog Input 1 upper limit.


Analog Input 1 lower limit.

40057

Output Power

Drive output power. KW * 10.

40058

Power Factor

Drive output power factor. % * 10

40059

Group
Membership Mask

Used to define groups in conjunction with the Group Shutdown Mask. Mirrored at
address 40441.

40060

Group Shutdown
Mask

Shuts down drive if any bits match with the Group Membership Mask. Mirrored at
address 40444.

40061

Remote / Local

0 = Local, 1 = Remote

40062

Auto Restart
Enable

0 = Auto Restarts disabled


1 = Auto Restarts enabled

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ModBus Address

40063

Name

Description

Last Shutdown
Code

0 48 same as 40015
60 Underload Fault
61 SCADA Stop Command
62 Keypad Stop Command
63 Group Shutdown
69 Osiris Data Bad (Osiris Timeout with data out of sync)
70 Osiris Intake Pressure High
71 Osiris Intake Pressure Low
72 Osiris Intake Temp High
73 Osiris Intake Temp Low
74 Osiris Motor Temp High
75 Osiris Motor Temp Low
76 Osiris Disch Press High
77 Osiris Disch Press Low
78 Osiris Vibration High
79 Osiris Vibration Low
80 Osiris Leakage High
81 Osiris Leakage Low
82 Osiris Delta Press High
83 Osiris Delta Press Low

Dumping Events

Events are dumped as strings in response to ModBus requests from addresses 40901 41156. The newest event is
at address 40901. To request the newest event, send the command:
(Slave ID) (Code = 3) (Add Hi = 3) (Add Lo = 132) (Len Hi = 0) (Len Lo = 1) (CRC Hi) (CRC Lo)
The response is a ModBus response with the standard header format (Slave ID) (Code) (Bytes to follow) followed by
the text message associated with the event.

Utility Write Registers


Utility write registers are written one at a time using the ModBus type 6 command.
ModBus Address

Name

Description

44201

Time High Word

Write only register to set the drive time.


High 16 bit word of the 32 bit word that describes the number of
seconds since January 1, 1970 (standard C time).

Time Low Word

Write only register to set the drive time.


Low 16 bit word of the 32 bit word that describes the number of
seconds since January 1, 1970 (standard C time).
Write the high word (44201) AND THEN write the low word (44202)
to set the drive time!

44203

Digital Output 1

Write only register to close or open the digital output 1 relay.


0 = Open
1 = Close
This output NOT available in Multi-inverter drives.

44204

Digital Output 2

Write only register to close or open the digital output 2 relay.


0 = Open
1 = Close

44202

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7.3 New HMI Communication Ports Pin Out
RS 485 Osiris
485 GND
A
B
Shield
Ground
+24 VDC

SD Card Interface

Ethernet

1
2
3
4
5
6

SD Card

J8

RS-485 Isolated

Shield
SS+
Ground

1
2
3
4

J2

J14
Comm 4

J25
Comm 3

1
2 GND (232)
3 RXD (232)
4 TXD (232)
5 RTS (232)
6

J17
Comm 2

RS 232 Drive Comm

J4

USB-B

J3

EXTERNAL
USB-A PORT
6
7

J5
Comm 1

8
9

1
2

2 - RXD

3 - TXD

DB-9 Male

9 - +5 VDC
5
5 - Ground

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J22

1
2

Ground
+24 VDC

+24 VDC Input

J21

1
2
3

Chassis
Neutral
Line

240 VAC Input

All connectors not identified in this drawing are


Phoenix type connection with the number of
terminals depicted.

Figure 8.1

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8 Troubleshooting and Maintenance


8.1 Main Circuit Test Procedure
DANGERS before attempting any troubleshooting checks make sure that the incoming power
to the drive has been removed and locked out. To prevent electrical shock, wait at least five minutes
after removing power and measure the DC bus voltage between the +3 and terminals to confirm
safe level of voltage using volt meter set to read DC volts with the black lead connected to (-) and
the red lead connected to (+3).

8.1.1 Test Point Designations


The following describes test points of the drive frame used in the main circuit test procedure.
Link Inductors
1
3

Drive
Input
R/L1 R1/

Converter
Section

Soft Charge

Soft Charge

Soft Charge

Drive Output
U/T1

L11

S/L2 S1/

L21

DC Bus

DC Bus

DC Bus

T/L3 T1/

L31

DC Bus Fuse

DC Bus Fuse

DC Bus Fuse

V/T2
W/T3

Figure 9.1 Drive test Point Diagram


Drive Input (Note that the drive input terminals are not the same as the circuit breaker input terminals)
6 Pulse Unit - R/L1, S/L2, T/L3
12 Pulse Unit - R/L1, S/L2, T/L3, R1/L11, S1/L21, T1/L31
DC Bus
+1 DC Bus Pre-Soft Charge Circuit
+3 DC Bus Post-Soft Charge Circuit
Drive Output (Note that the drive output terminals are on the drive located at the drive chassis and not at the
output of the output filter, if equipped)
U/T1, V/T2, W/T3

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8.1.2 Main Power Circuit Test and Troubleshooting
DANGER Check DC Bus level before continuing. Ensure that the bus has fully discharged and incoming
power has been removed and locked out. To prevent electrical shock, wait at least five minutes after
removing power and measure the DC bus voltage between the +3 and terminals to confirm safe level of
voltage.
Input Diodes (Converter Section)
The converter section of the drive converts the input AC voltage to a DC voltage level.
Set Meter to Diode Check setting. Failure mode would be a shorted diode.

Soft Charge Circuit


The purpose of the soft charge circuit is to slowly charge the DC Bus capacitors to limit the inrush current when power is
applied to the drive. When the DC bus reaches 380 VDC the soft charge contactor is closed and the soft charge resistor
is bypassed.
A faulty resistor will read infinite Ohms with a meter. The table below gives nominal readings for the soft charge
resistors.

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Model - PN

Soft Charge Resistor Value

757

3.3 ohms/module (2X)

815

3.3 ohms/module (2X)

1010

3.3 ohms/module (2X)

1136
1400

3.3 ohms/module (3X)


3.3 ohms/module (3X)

1515

3.3 ohms/module (3X)

DC Bus Fuse
The DC Bus fuse is to protect the main circuit components in the case of an output transistor failure.
i. Set meter to OHMS setting
ii. Place a meter lead on each side of the fuse
iii. Measurement of 0 Ohms the fuse is good, measurement of infinite Ohms the fuse is bad and must be replaced.
!!!NOTE Never replace a DC Bus fuse without checking all of the output transistors!
Output Transistors (Inverter Section)
The inverter section of the drive converts DC voltage from the DC Bus to a PWM AC waveform.
Set Meter to Diode Check setting. Failure mode would be a shorted transistor.

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8.2 Drive System Troubleshooting

Figure 9.2 Typical Drive System Diagram

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8.2.1 Drive Frame PC Board Designations
Terminal Card (2PCB)
The Terminal Card houses all I/O wiring Control Terminals (See Section 3.3.1)
Control Card (1PCB)
This is the main control board for the drive unit.
Gate Drive Board (3PCB)
This board provides firing signals to the transistors in the inverter section of the drive.
Tap Change Card (4PCB)
Power supply board for the internal drive frame.
DCCT, DCCT Board (5PCB)
These current sensors provide current feedback to the drive controls. These are located at the output of the
drive.

8.2.2 System Power Checks and Troubleshooting


DANGER The following checks require that the drive unit be energized. Ensure that proper Electrically Rated
Personal Protective Equipment is be used before proceeding to work on live electrical equipment. Failure to
use proper Personal Protective Equipment can result in serious personal injury or death. The following checks
should only be performed by qualified electrical personnel.

PPE Minimum: Linemans Gloves (Proper Rating and current calibration stamp)
Safety Shoes

All Cotton clothing (Arc Flash Protection if region requires it)
Electrically rated hard hat and face shield (Arc Flash protection if region requires it)
Refer to Figure 9.1 for test points.
Incoming Power Check
Make sure incoming service disconnect placed in the energized state.
6 Pulse: Measure all three phases of incoming power at the top of the circuit breaker MCCB1.
12 Pulse: Measure all three phases of incoming power at the top of the circuit breaker MCCB1, do the
same for MCCB2.
Phases should be balanced at 480VAC +/- 10%
If the phases are low/high (+/- 10% of rated Voltage) or show excessive imbalance (more than 10%),
contact the power service provider. DO NOT energize the drive input circuit breaker(s).
If phases are within nominal values, close the drive input circuit breaker(s).
Control Power Transformer Check
Primary CPT1 (480VAC)
o Measure the primary CPT1 voltage across the H1 (P2) and H4 (P5) terminals. The voltage
reading should be approximately 480 VAC
o If there is no voltage present, de-energize and lock out the drive. Wait until the DC bus has
fully discharged. Check the primary CPT F1 and F2 fuses and replace if necessary.
o If there is voltage present but it is excessively lower/higher (+/- 10% of rated Voltage) that
480VAC, de-energize the drive and repeat Incoming Power Check.
Secondary CPT1 (240VAC/120VAC)

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o Measure the secondary CPT1 voltage across the X1(p2) and X4(p5) terminals. The voltage
reading should be approximately 240 VAC. With one meter lead on X1(p2) terminal check both
sides of the secondary CPT fuse F3, both sides should read 240VAC. If 240VAC is not present on
both sides, replace the secondary CPT F3 fuse.
o Measure the secondary CPT1 voltage across the X2(p3) and X4(p5) terminals. The voltage
reading should be approximately 120 VAC. With one meter lead on X2(p3) terminal check both
sides of the duplex receptacle fuse, both sides should read 120VAC. If 120VAC is not present on
both sides, replace the duplex receptacle fuse F4.
5V Power Supply (Old HMI Power) Check
Measure 5V supply output at terminals -V and +V. Reading should be 5 VDC.
If 5VDC is not present at terminals -V and +V, Check the 240VAC supply voltage between terminals AC
(L) and AC (N). If 240VAC is present replace 5V power supply. If 240VAC is not present repeat Control
Power Transformer Check.
Drive Power Supply Check (Control Terminals)
At the Control Terminals on the Terminal Card check the drive supply voltages
Measure voltage across 34 and 35, nominal voltage is +15 VDC.
Measure voltage across 44 and 35, nominal voltage is -15 VDC.
Measure voltage across Any Digital Input (9 16) (positive lead) and 17 (negative lead), nominal voltage
is 24 VDC.
If any of the voltages are not present, replace the Terminal Card and/or the Control Card

8.2.3 Fan/Heat Exchanger Troubleshooting


The fan relay FR controls the external cooling fan and the heat exchanger unit (certain sizes). When the drive
receives a run command the fan relay is energized and the fan contactor FR is closed. If the fans do not operate
check the Fan Relay for proper operation. The heat exchanger requires a run signal from the HTX thermostat to
operate.

8.2.4 Drive Status / Fault Codes


The Vector VII drive stores a significant amount of data that can be useful for troubleshooting. It is
recommended to capture this data onto a USB flash drive for reference (this is done from the History screen).
The data and event files can be used to investigate the problem if the troubleshooting procedures in this
document can not solve the problem.
Drive Communications Lost Screen
The drive communications lost screen appears anytime the user interface computer (HMI) cannot communicate
with the drive power unit. This screen covers the entire LCD display and can display one of two different
messages.

Drive Status, Waiting for communications with drive chassis. Please Stand-by.
Drive Status, Lost communications with drive chassis. Trying to reconnect. Please Stand-by.

The first message occurs if communications with the drive have never been established. The second is
displayed if communications have been established and then lost. The drive communications lost screen
disappears when communication with the drive is established (or re-established). Events are logged each time
communications with the drive is lost or re-established (see Events Screen).
Verify that the drive chassis is powered up. Verify the cable connection between COM5 and the drive chassis is

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good. Replace the user interface assembly. Replace the drive control board.
Fatal Error Screen
The fatal error screen is displayed when the drive encounters an error from which it cannot recover. These are
typically file system or timing problems in the HMI. An error code and descriptive message is included on the
screen. This screen covers the entire LCD display.

Drive Status, Fatal Error. Code = <Error Code Here> <Error Description Here> Power must be cycled off
and back on.

Provide the history and event files to the engineering department in OKC for investigation. Power cycle the
drive. If the fatal error recurs, set the drive to factory defaults and try again. If the fatal error recurs, contact
OKC or replace the HMI assembly.
Please Wait Screen
The please wait screen is shown when the HMI will take several seconds to complete an operation. Examples
are when parameters are being written to the drive chassis and when saving history data to a USB flash drive.
This screen does not indicate a problem and should go away in less than a minute. Parameter write operations
usually take 2 3 seconds. Resetting to factory defaults and saving history data to a USB flash drive can take
up to a minute.
Fault Status Screen
The fault status screen is displayed when a fault occurs. One may also access the Fault Status screen using the
HMI menu system. Messages displayed include:

Fault Message

Description

Corrective Action

Analog 1 Hi Limit Fault

The signal on analog 1 (connected to terminal


location 36) is higher than the max limit
programmed in the Analog 1 Setup screen.

This is not a fault. The drive has stopped as it


was programmed.

Analog 1 Lo Limit Fault

The signal on analog 1 (connected to terminal


location 36) is lower than the min limit
programmed in the Analog 1 Setup screen.

This is not a fault. The drive has stopped as it


was programmed.

Analog 2 Hi Limit Fault

The signal on analog 2 (connected to terminal


location 39) is higher than the max limit
programmed in the Analog 2 Setup screen.

This is not a fault. The drive has stopped as it


was programmed.

Analog 2 Lo Limit Fault

The signal on analog 2 (connected to terminal


location 39) is lower than the min limit
programmed in the Analog 2 Setup screen.

This is not a fault. The drive has stopped as it


was programmed.

Analog 3 Hi Limit Fault

The signal on analog 3 (connected to terminal


location 42) is higher than the max limit
programmed in the Analog 3 Setup screen.

This is not a fault. The drive has stopped as it


was programmed.

Analog 3 Lo Limit Fault

The signal on analog 3 (connected to terminal


location 42) is lower than the min limit
programmed in the Analog 3 Setup screen.

This is not a fault. The drive has stopped as it


was programmed.

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Breaker 2 Fault

The breaker switch in a 2 breaker system has


been thrown. Power is available only from 1 of
the input sources. One of the VSG filter inductors
is overheating.

Test input voltage at both MCCB1 and 2. If


one is missing, locate bad Transformer and
replace. If both input are good, check voltage
at bottom of MCCB1 and 2. Replace faulty
MCCB.

CE ModBus Com Error

The drive detected a loss of communications from


the HMI. Note that this is common on power up
if the drive is powered off and powered back on
before the drive DC bus has time to discharge.

Verify HMI screen is on; verify connections to


the HMI and drive.

CPF Hardware Error

One or more internal drive controller faults have


occurred.

Try these one at a time


Cycle power off and back on.
Remove drive chassis keypad and
reinstall it.
Reset to factory defaults.
Replace the drive control board.

EF/EF0 External Error

External Fault has occurred. Further data will be


provided below this line.

Troubleshoot External Fault #1, External Fault


#2, Breaker 2 Fault based on the additional
data provided.

External Fault #1

External Fault switch 1 (connected to terminal


location 11) is in the fault condition.

Verify connection at 11, replace external


component attached to 11

External Fault #2

External Fault switch 2 (connected to terminal


location 12) is in the fault condition.

Verify connection at 12, replace external


component attached to 12

External Fault #3

External Fault switch 3 (connected to terminal


location 16) is in the fault condition.

Verify connection at 16, replace external


component attached to 16

FBL PI FB Lost

PI Control loop feedback is out of the acceptable


range.

Verify the analog device used for drive control


is connected to terminal position 39 and is
working properly.

LF Missing Output
Phase

Output current imbalance among phases has


exceeded the limit. Note that this is common
when running the drive with no load (or a very
small load). This detection can be disabled for
no load testing by setting parameter L8-07 in the
linear list to 0. It is recommended that L8-07 be
returned to 1 prior to field use.

Take voltage reading at output of drive.


Troubleshoot each phase output components
with power removed.

OC/GF Over current

The drive Over current limit has been exceeded.


This designator can also mean Ground Fault.

Verify Limits and time delays are set properly.


Troubleshoot to system component beyond
the drive.

OH1/OH2 Drive
Overheat

Drive temperature limit has been exceeded.

Check proper fan operation, check continuity


of Thermistors, check semiconductors for
excessive heat.

OL1/OVL Motor
Overload

An excessive motor load exists.

Reduce load so drive output current does not


exceed the current set on the HMI.

OV DC Bus Overvoltage

DC bus voltage has risen above the maximum


allowed.

Verify incoming (mains) power to be within


specifications.

OL2 Drive Overload

Drive overload has been detected. Drive has


been shut down to protect itself.

Reduce load or extend Accel time.

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OPR No Keypad

The internal inverter keypad has been


disconnected.

This error should never occur. Reset drive to


defaults.

PUF Fuse Blown

DC bus fuse has opened.

Check main DC Bus fuse (Must remove from


the system) and all other fuses.

Osiris Data Disabled

The Osiris interface has been disabled.

This is not a fault. If you wish to enable the


Osiris, see the Misc Setup screen.

Osiris Data Fault


Osiris Code: <code>
<Fault source>

The fault source indicates the Osiris parameter


that has exceeded a minimum or maximum
and has stopped the drive (example Motor
Temperature).

Verify Osiris limit settings are set up as desired.


Verify well conditions fall within the limit
settings.

ULF Underload

The motor load is less than the Underload Current


specified on the Underload setup screen (possibly
due to pumping off the well fluids).

Verify limit is set properly. Verify time delay is


set properly. Troubleshoot to motor.

UV DC Bus
Undervoltage

DC bus voltage fell below minimum value.

Check incoming AC line for low voltage or


power interruption.

UV1/UV2/UV3 Other
Undervoltage

Main circuit, control power supply error, soft


charge circuit failure.

Check incoming AC line for low voltage or


power interruption. Check internal power
supply. Check soft charge circuit for proper
operation

Events Screen
Events such as drive starts and stops, drive faults, and parameter changes can be viewed using the Events
screen. Events displayed include:
Event

Description

Program Started
Drive Start
Remote Start
Drive Stop

Indicates the drive has been powered up.


Drive started.
Drive started in remote mode.
Drive stopped.

Log In

An operator has logged in to the drive.

Log Out

An operator has logged out or the drive has logged the operator
out after 1 hour.

Fault! Code=<> - <Fault Description>

A fault has occurred. Refer to the Fault section above for


corrective actions.

Fault Cleared

The fault condition has been cleared.

Alarm! Code=<> - <Alarm Description>


Alarm Cleared

An alarm is active.
The alarm condition has been cleared.

Fatal Error! Code=<> - <Error Description>

A fatal error has occurred.

Drive Comm! Drive Comms Lost

The HMI lost communications with the drive chassis

Drive Comm! Drive Comms OK

Communications with the drive chassis were reestablished.

External I/O! Osiris Comms Lost

The HMI lost communications with the Osiris SSU.

External I/O! Osiris Comms OK

Communications with the SSU has been reestablished.

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External I/O! Data Bad (Sync Loss)

The Osiris SSU has lost synchronization with the downhole tool.

External I/O! Data OK

Synchronization between the SSU and the downhole tool has


been reestablished.

Osiris Fault Code:<> <Description>

The Osiris SSU has declared a fault. The code and description
describe the source (i.e. Intake Temperature).

External Stop Entering Standby State

The Standby (Lease Kill) switch has opened. The drive is entering
the Standby state.

External Stop Cleared Restarting Drive

The Standby (Lease Kill) switch has closed. The drive is restarting.

Entering Restart State

The drive has faulted but will restart automatically.

Excessive Button Presses

Log excessive button presses (> 100) as events showing a


possible hardware problem.

Safety Stop Activated

The HMI detected a drive running state when the drive should
have been stopped. The stop command was re-sent to the drive.

Drive Disabled Drive is NOT rev <required


revision>

The drive has been disabled because the HMI firmware revision
is not compatible with the drive chassis firmware. This is most
likely to occur when the HMI firmware is updated.

Overload change during run: <results>

A motor overload change was attempted while the drive was


running. The results of the change are shown.

<Parameter Description> Was=<> Now=<>

The specified parameter was changed.

<Parameter Description> Now=<>

The specified parameter was changed. This message is


associated with setpoint changes from the Run Status screen.

SCADA Time set to <C time value>

The time has been via SCADA.

SCADA DO1 set to <0, 1>

Digital output 1 has been set to the specified value via SCADA.

SCADA DO2 set to <0, 1>

Digital output 2 has been set to the specified value via SCADA.

<Parameter Description> : Out of range val =


<value>

The operator tried to set the specified parameter to the specified


value, which is out of its acceptable range.

All Monitors Screen


The All Monitors screen can be used to view a significant amount of drive chassis status at one time. Please see
section 4.14 for details on how to interpret the data on the All Monitors screen.

8.3 General Maintenance


8.3.1 Periodic Inspection NO Power Applied
Danger The following inspections require that the drive de-energized and incoming power locked out. Verify
that the DC bus has been completely discharged before continuing. To prevent electrical shock, wait at least
five minutes after removing power and measure the DC bus voltage between the +3 and terminals to
confirm safe level of voltage.
Verify all external terminals, mounting bolts, and connectors are fastened and tightened.
Verify that the cooling fans free to turn and free of dust and dirt.
Verify that the heat sink fins are clear of dirt and debris. Keep them clean.

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Verify that there are no signs of water entry into the drive enclosure.
Verify that door seal shows no signs of damage.
Verify that there is no dust/dirt/oil buildup on any of the drive components.
Verify that there are no irregularities (discoloration/odor) with the DC bus capacitors. If there is, replace
immediately.

8.3.2 Periodic Inspection Power Applied (External Only)


Verify proper operation of external cooling fans.
Verify proper operation of heat exchanger.
Check for abnormal noises or vibration. If present, shut down drive immediately.
Note: If the VSD has not had power applied for more than 30 days, the date and time must be reset by the
operator.

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Appendix
1

Dimensions and Weights


DIMENSIONS & WEIGHTS - VECTOR VII WITHOUT VSG
REFERENCE ONLY

D and E Frames

FRAME

D
E

757

HEIGHT
(INCHES / MM)
H
88 / 2236

1010

87.2 / 2216

1136

88 / 2236

1515

87.2 / 2216

KVA

WIDTH
(INCHES / MM)
W
W1
99 / 2515
72 / 1829
76 / 1930

DEPTH
(INCHES / MM)
D
D1
53 / 1347
48 / 1220
51 / 1295

90 / 2286

53 / 1347

92.2 / 2286

51 / 1295

89.4 / 2271
117 / 2972

Note: VSG is required for all ESP applications.

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48 / 1220

WEIGHT
(POUNDS / KG)
4723 / 2143
4800 / 2178

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DIMENSIONS & WEIGHTS - VECTOR VII WITH VSG
REFERENCE ONLY

D and E Frames

FRAME

KVA

757
1010

HEIGHT
(INCHES / MM)
H
103 / 2616
102.2 / 2598

1136
1515

103 / 2616
102.2 / 2598

WIDTH
(INCHES / MM)
W
W1
99 / 2515
72 / 1829
89.6 / 2275 72.8 / 1850

DEPTH
(INCHES / MM)
D
D1
53 / 1347
48 / 1220
51 / 1296

117 / 2972
117 /2972

53 / 1347
51 / 1295

90 / 2286
92.2 / 2286

48 / 1220

WEIGHT
(POUNDS / KG)
5623 / 2551
6000 / 2722

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Default Parameter Values

Parameter
Language
Date Format
Local / Remote
Control Location
User Selected 1 5
Drive Mode
Frequency Setpoint
Current Setpoint
Current Frequency Limit
PI Proportional
PI Integral
Pressure Source
Pressure Setpoint
PI Proportional
PI Integral
Analog 2 Type
A2 Input Voltage 1
Engineering Units 1
A2 Input Voltage 2
Engineering Units 2
Analog In 2 Units
Signal Source
Minimum Frequency
Input at Min Freq
EU Value Min
Maximum Frequency
Input at Max Freq
EU Value Max
Analog In A1 Units
Motor Amps
Motor Overload Amps
Oload Time Constant
Oload Start Delay
Overload Restart
Overload @ Min Freq
Overload Delay
Restart Tries
Restart Delay
Restart Clear Time
Underload Current
Uload Start Delay
Underload Delay
Underload Restart Tries
Underload Restart Time
Underload Restart OK
Underload @ Min Freq
Restart on Pwr Loss
Ride Thru Restart
Start Holdoff Time
V/F Select
Motor Direction
Maximum Frequency
Minimum Frequency
Acceleration Time
Deceleration Time
Voltage Bias
Jog Setpoint
Lockout Frequency 1

Screen
Setup (login not required)
Setup (login not required)
Setup (login not required)
Setup (login not required)
Setup (login not required)
Operating Mode
Operating Mode (Frequency Control)
Operating Mode (Current Control)
Operating Mode (Current Control)
Operating Mode (Current Control)
Operating Mode (Current Control)
Operating Mode (Pressure Control)
Operating Mode (Pressure Control)
Operating Mode (Pressure Control)
Operating Mode (Pressure Control)
Operating Mode (Pressure Control)
Analog 2 Setup
Operating Mode (Pressure Control)
Analog 2 Setup
Operating Mode (Pressure Control)
Analog 2 Setup
Operating Mode (Pressure Control)
Analog 2 Setup
Operating Mode (Pressure Control)
Analog 2 Setup
Operating Mode (Pressure Control)
Analog 2 Setup
Operating Mode (Signal Follower)
Operating Mode (Signal Follower)
Frequency Setup
Operating Mode (Signal Follower)
Operating Mode (Signal Follower)
Operating Mode (Signal Follower)
Frequency Setup
Operating Mode (Signal Follower)
Operating Mode (Signal Follower)
Operating Mode (Signal Follower)
Analog 1 Setup
Alarms Setup
Alarms Setup
Alarms Setup
Alarms Setup
Alarms Setup
Alarms Setup
Alarms Setup
Alarms Setup
Alarms Setup
Alarms Setup
Underload Setup
Underload Setup
Underload Setup
Underload Setup
Underload Setup
Underload Setup
Underload Setup
Start Control
Start Control
Start Control
Frequency Setup
Frequency Setup
Frequency Setup
Operating Mode (Signal Follower)
Frequency Setup
Operating Mode (Signal Follower)
Frequency Setup
Frequency Setup
Frequency Setup
Frequency Setup
Frequency Setup

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Default Value
English
mm/dd/yyyy
Local
Keypad + SCADA
None
Frequency Control
60.00 Hz
250 A
60.0 Hz
2.00
5.0 sec
Discharge
0 PSI
2.00
5.0 Sec
0-10V
0.0 V/mA
0
10 V/mA
10
V
Analog Input A1
30.0 Hz
0.0 V
0.0
60.0 Hz
10.0 V
100.0
V
Drive Rated Amps
Drive Rated Amps
8.0 min
0s
Disabled
0%
0.0 s
0
45.0 min
60 min
0.0 A
0s
0.0 sec
0
45.0 min
60 min
100%
Disabled
Disabled
0.0 min
60Hz / Std Torque
Forward
60.0 Hz
30.0 Hz
30.0 Sec
30.0 Sec
0.0 V
60.00 Hz
0.0 Hz

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Parameter

Lockout Frequency 2
Lockout Frequency 3
Lockout Deadband
A1 Input Voltage 1
Engineering Units 1
A1 Input Voltage 2
Engineering Units 2
Analog In A1 Units

Screen

Max Value
Min Value
Analog 2 Delay
Analog
2 Fault Enable
Osiris Enable
Transformer Ratio
Drive Type
Password
External Fault 1
Ext Fault 1 Restart
External Fault 2
Ext Fault 2 Restart
Standby Switch
Breaker 2 Fault
ModBus Address
Drive Port (485)

Frequency Setup
Frequency Setup
Frequency Setup
Analog 1 Setup
Analog 1 Setup
Analog 1 Setup
Analog 1 Setup
Analog 1 Setup
Operating Mode (Signal Follower)
Analog 1 Setup
Analog 1 Setup
Analog 1 Setup
Analog 1 Setup
Analog 2 Setup
Analog 2 Setup
Operating Mode (Pressure Control)
Analog 2 Setup
Operating Mode (Pressure Control)
Analog 2 Setup
Operating Mode (Pressure Control)
Analog 2 Setup
Operating Mode (Pressure Control)
Analog 2 Setup
Operating Mode (Pressure Control)
Analog 2 Setup
Analog 2 Setup
Analog 2 Setup
Analog 2 Setup
Misc Setup
Misc Setup
Misc Setup
Misc Setup
Misc Setup
Misc Setup
Misc Setup
Misc Setup
Misc Setup
Misc Setup
Comm Setup
Comm Setup

SCADA Comm Port


SCADA
2 Comm Port
Osiris Port

Comm Setup
Comm Setup
Comm Setup

DHCP Enable
IP Address
Jog Setpoint
Rock Start
Acceleration Time
Deceleration Time

Comm Setup
Comm Setup
Hard Starting
Hard Starting
Hard Starting
Hard Starting

Max Value
Min Value
Analog 1 Delay
Analog 1 Fault Enable
Analog 2 Type
A2 Input Voltage 1
Engineering Units 1
A2 Input Voltage 2
Engineering Units 2
Analog In A2 Units

Default Value
0.0 Hz
0.0 Hz
2.0 Hz
0.0 V
0
10.0 V
10
V

0 EU
0 EU
0.0 min
Disabled
0-10 V
0.0 V/mA
0
10.0 V/mA
10
V
0 EU
-30 EU
0.0 min
Disabled
Disabled
1.0 : 1
Single (inverter)
3333
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
2
Viper COM5
OCP COM4
Disabled
Disabled
Viper COM4
OCP COM3
Disabled
192.168.2.101
60.00 Hz
Disabled
30.0 Sec
30.0 Sec

USB Flash Drive Operation


Necessary Equipment:
1. USB Flash Drive P/N: 810280

Appendix Figure 3.1 Saved files Example

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3.1 Save History files
Saving history files is a benefit to the customer and GE Oil & Gas to show critical well site information which is useful for
well performance tuning and during troubleshooting operations to maximize flow rates and maintain a properly working
system.
Insert USB flash drive into USB port located on the front of the HMI.
From the (logged in) Menu screen, select History screen.
Press the F4 (Save) soft key.
o The files will save to your USB flash drive as:
CUR_VSD SER_MMDDYYYY.xls (ex. CUR_VSD SER_07092008.xls)
LOG_VSD SER_MMDDYYYY.xls
CONFIG_VSD SER_MMDDYYYY.txt
EVENT_VSD SER_MMDDYYYY.doc.
o This operation will take several seconds, do not remove the USB flash drive or press any soft
keys while the HMI screen shows Drive Busy.
Once you have acquired these files onto your USB Flash portable memory, you can view these files on your laptop or
desktop computer.
The current file will show as an Excel Comma Separated Values spreadsheet and may also be viewed through our Amp
chart program as an actual amp chart. Refer to FSB 08004.
The Log, Config and Event files are viewed as text files and will show you the setup and events (256) as the drive was
functioning when the files were taken.

3.2 Save Configuration to USB flash drive


The following Config file can be used to view the parameters of the drive or to set up another well site identical to the
information that has been saved.



Insert USB flash drive into USB port located on the front of the HMI.
From the (logged in) Menu screen, Select Maintenance screen.
Highlight Save configuration to USB flash drive.
Press the F1 (OK) soft key
o The file will save to your USB flash drive as:
CONFIG.txt
o This operation will take several seconds, do not remove the USB flash drive or press any soft
keys while the HMI screen shows Drive Busy.

Note: Once a drive has been configured for an application, and the Configuration file has been saved to a USB
flash drive, this configuration can be loaded to another Vector VII drive being used for the same application.
The other drive(s) being loaded with this configuration must have the same firmware version installed.
Note: The drive must be STOPPED to use this function.
To load a previously saved drive configuration into another drive, refer to Appendix 3.4.

3.3 Save Linear List to USB flash drive


Saving the linear list will give the user the ability to view every parameter, the setting of each parameter, each
parameters SCADA Register and an asterisk the will tell you that the parameter has been changed from its factory
default position.

Insert USB flash drive into USB port located on the front of the HMI.
From the (logged in) Menu screen, Select Maintenance screen.

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Highlight Save Linear List to USB flash drive.


Press the F1 (OK) soft key
o The file will save to your USB flash drive as:
lldata.txt
o This operation will take several seconds, do not remove the USB flash drive or press any soft keys
while the HMI screen shows Drive Busy.

Note: This feature cannot be loaded to another drive. It is intended for off site troubleshooting using another drive or
drive trainer.
Note: The drive must be STOPPED to use this function.

3.4 Load configuration from a USB flash drive to a Vector VII drive
From the previous 3.2, you can take a previously saved Config file and load it into another Vector 7 drive to create an
identical copy of an existing well programming.



Insert USB flash drive into USB port located on the front of the HMI.
From the (logged in) Menu screen, Select Maintenance screen.
Highlight Load Configuration from USB flash drive.
Press the F1 (OK) soft key
o The file will load from your USB flash drive.
o This operation will take several seconds, do not remove the USB flash drive or press any soft keys
while the HMI screen shows Drive Busy.
Execute the Check / Update all drive parameters function.

Note: The drive must be STOPPED to use this function.


Warning: Do not try to load a previous firmware version configuration file. This will result in Firmware corruption
and all data will be LOST.

Linear List

Designator

Name

Initialize Parameters
Description

Range

Default

0-6

Used to select the language displayed on the


Digital Operator
0 = English
1 = Japanese
A1-00

Select Language

2 = Deutsch
3 = Franois
4 = Italiano
5 = Espanol
6 = Portuguese

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Used to set the constant access level (set/read).
0: Monitoring only (Displays only Operation mode
and Initialize mode)
A1-01

1: Used to select user constant

Access Level

0-4

0-3

0 - 3330

0 - 9999

3333

Range

Default

0-3

2: Quick-Start
3: Basic
4: Advanced
Used to select the control method for the
Inverter
0: V/f control
A1-02

Control Method

1: V/f with PG feedback


2: Open loop vector
3: Flux vector
Used to initialize the constants using the
specified method.
0 = No initializing

A1-03

Init Parameters

1110 = Initializes using the user constants


2220 = Initializes using a two-wire sequence.
(Initializes to the factory setting.)
3330 = Initializes using a three-wire sequence.
Password input when a password has been set
in A1-05. This function write-protects some
constants of the Initialize mode.

A1-04

Enter Password

If the password is changed A1-01 to A103 constants can no longer be changed.


(Programming mode constants can be changed.)

Programming Parameters (Operating Mode)


Designator

B1-01

Name

Reference Source

Description
Used to set the input method for the frequency
reference.
0 = Digital Operator
1 = Control circuit terminals (analog inputs).
2 = Transmission
3 = Option Card

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Used to set the source of the run command.
0 = Digital Operator
B1-02

Operation Select

1 = Control circuit terminals (digital inputs).

0-3

0-3

0, 1

0-3

0, 1

0, 1

2 = Transmission
3 = Option Card
Used to set the stopping method used when a
stop command is input.
0 = Ramp to stop
1 = Coast to stop.
B1-03

Stopping Method

B1-04

Reverse Prohibit

B1-05

Zero Sp Operation

2 = DC injection braking stop (Stops faster than


coast to stop, no regenerative operation.)
3 = Coast to stop with timer: Run commands are
disregarded during deceleration.
Note: Only settings 0 and 1 can be used with flux
vector control.
0 = Reverse enabled
1 = Reverse disabled
Used to set the method of operation when
the frequency reference input is less than the
minimum output frequency (E1-09).
0 = Run at frequency reference (E1-09 not
effective).
1 = STOP (Frequencies below E1-09 in the coast to
stop state).
2 = Run at min. frequency. (E1-09)

B1-06

Logic Scan Rate

3 = Run at zero speed (Frequencies below E1-09


are zero).
Note: This function is only available in with flux
vector control.
Used to set the responsiveness of the control
inputs (forward/reverse and multi-function
inputs).
0 = Two scans every 2 ms (Use when connecting
transistor outputs).
1 = Two scans every 5 ms (Use when connecting
contact outputs or switches).
Used to set the Operation mode by switching to
the Remote mode using the Local/Remote Key.

B1-07

Loc / Rem Run Sel

0 = Run signals that are input during mode


switching are disregarded. (Input Run signals after
switching the mode.)
1 = Run signals become effective immediately
after switching to the Remote mode.

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Programming Parameters (DC Braking)


Designator

B2-01

Name

Description

DCINJ Start Freq

Used to set the frequency which starts DC


injection braking (the initial excitation for
flux vector control) in units of 0.1 Hz when
deceleration to stop is selected.
When b2-01 is less than E1-09, E1-09 becomes the
DC injection braking starting frequency. Only with
flux vector control is b2-01 used.

B2-02

DCINJ Current

B2-03

DCINJ Time @ Start

B2-04

DCINJ Time @ Stop

Sets the DC injection braking current as a


percentage of the Inverter rated current.
The initial excitation current for flux vector control
depends on the E2-03 setting.
Used to set the time to perform DC injection
braking (initial excitation for flux vector control)
at start in units of 1 second.
Used to stop coasting motor and restart it. When
the set value is 0, DC injection braking at start is
not performed.
Used to set the time to perform DC injection
braking (initial excitation for flux vector control) at
stop in units of 1 second.
Used to prevent coasting after the stop command
is input. When the set value is 0.00, DC injection
braking at stop is not performed

Range

Default

0.0 10.0

.5 Hz

0 - 100

50%

0.00 10.00

0 sec

0.00 10.00

0.50 sec

Range

Default

0, 1

Programming Parameters (Speed Search)


Designator

Name

Description
Sets the speed search function to start when the
run command is input.
0 = Disabled (Starts from the minimum output
frequency.)

B3-01

SPDSRCH Selection

1 = Enabled (Speed search b3 is started from the


maximum frequency. In a control method with
PG, the motor starts at the frequency of motor
rotation when the run command is input.)

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Sets the speed search operation current as a
percentage of the Inverter rated current.
B3-02

SPDSRCH Current

0 - 200

100%

0.1 10.0

2.0 sec

Range

Default

0.0 300.0

0 sec

0.0 300.0

0 sec

Range

Default

0-2

0.00 25.00

0.0 360.0

1.0 sec

0.0 100.0

100%

0.00 10.00

0 sec

0.0 100.0

100%

Not usually necessary to set. When restarting is


not possible with the set value, reduce the value.

B3-03

SPDSRCH Dec Time

Sets the output frequency deceleration time


during speed search in 1-second units.
Set the time for deceleration from the maximum
output frequency to 0 Hz.

Programming Parameters (Timer Function)


Designator

Name

B4-01

Delay-On Timer

B4-02

Delay-Off Timer

Description
Sets the timer function output ON delay time
(dead band) for the timer function input, in
1-second units.
Enabled when the timer function is set for multifunction inputs and outputs.
Sets the timer function output OFF delay time
(dead band) for the timer function input, in
1-second units.
Enabled when the timer function is set for multifunction inputs and outputs.
Programming Parameters (PID Control)

Designator

Name

Description
0 = Disabled

B5-01

PID Mode

1 = Enabled (Deviation is D-controlled.)


2 = Enabled (Feedback value is D-controlled.)
Sets P-control proportional gain as a percentage.

B5-02

PID P Gain

B5-03

PID I Time

P-control is not performed when the setting is


0.00.
Sets I-control integral time in 1-second units.
I-control is not performed when the setting is 0.0.

B5-04

PID I Limit

B5-05

PID D Time

B5-06

PID Limit

Sets the I-control limit as a percentage of the


maximum output frequency.
Sets D-control derivative time in 1-second units.
D-control is not performed when the setting is
0.00.
Sets the limit after PID-control as a percentage of
the maximum output frequency.

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B5-07

PID Offset

B5-08

PID Delay Time

Sets the offset after PID-control as a percentage of


the maximum output frequency.
Sets the time constant for low pass filter for PIDcontrol outputs in 1-second units.
Not usually necessary to set.

(-)100.0 (+)100.0

0%

0.00 10.00

0 sec

Range

Default

0.0 150.0

0 Hz

0.0 10.0

0 sec

0.0 150.0

0 Hz

0.0 10.0

0 sec

Range

Default

0.0 100.0

0.03 2.00

.05 sec

Description

Range

Default

Sets the Inverter output voltage when the


energy-saving command is input.
Enabled when the energy-saving mode
command is set for multi-function input. Set as a
percentage of the V/f pattern voltage.

0 - 100

80%

Programming Parameters (Dwell Functions)


Designator

Name

Description

B6-01

Dwell Freq/Start

B6-02

Dwell Time/Start

B6-03

Dwell Freq/Stop

B6-04

Dwell Time/Stop

The dwell function is used to stop/start the output


frequency temporarily when driving a motor with
a heavy load.

Programming Parameters (Droop Control)


Designator

B7-01

Name

Description
Sets the slip as a percentage of maximum
frequency when the maximum output frequency
is specified and the rated torque occurs.

Droop Gain

Droop-control is not performed when the setting


is 0.0.
B7-02

Droop control responsiveness constant.


When hunting or oscillation occurs, increase the
value.

Droop Time

Programming Parameters (Energy Saving)


Designator

B8-01

Name

Energy Save Gain

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Sets the energy-saving effective range minimum
frequency in Hz.
B8-02

Energy Save Freq

The energy-saving function is only enabled when


the frequency is greater than the energy-saving
frequency and the speeds are consistent.

0.0 150.0

0 Hz

Range

Default

0 - 100

016383

10%

Programming Parameters (Zero Servo)


Designator

Name

Description
Used to adjust the strength of the zero-servo
lock.

B9-01

B9-02

Zero-Servo Gain

Zero-Servo Width

Enabled when the zero-servo command is set


for the multifunction input. When the zero servo
command has been input and the frequency
reference drops below excitation level (b2-01),
a position control loop is created and the motor
stops. Increasing the zero- servo gain in turn
increases the strength of the lock. Increasing it by
too much will cause oscillation.
Sets the output width of the P-lock completion
signal.
Enabled when the zero-servo completion (end)
is set for a multi-function input. The zero servo
completion signal is ON when the current position
is within the range (the zero-servo position + zeroservo completion width.)
Set the allowable position displacement from the
zero-servo position to 4 times the pulse rate of the
PG (pulse generator, encoder) in use.

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Auto-Tuning Parameters (Acceleration/Deceleration)


Designator

Name

C1-01

Accel Time 1

C1-02

Decel Time 1

C1-03

Accel Time 2

C1-04

Decel Time 2

C1-05

Accel Time 3

C1-06

Decel Time 3

C1-07

Accel Time 4

C1-08

Decel Time 4

C1-09

Fast Stop Time

Description

Range

Default

Sets the acceleration time to accelerate from 0 to


the maximum output frequency, in 1-second units.
Sets the deceleration time to decelerate from
the maximum output frequency to 0, in 1-second
units.
The acceleration time when the multi function
input accel/decel multi-time 1 is set to ON.
The deceleration time when the multi function
input accel/decel multi-time 1 is set to ON.
The acceleration time when the multi function
input accel/decel multi-time 2 is set to ON.
The deceleration time when the multi function
input accel/decel multi-time 2 is set to ON.
The acceleration time when the function input
accel/decel multi-time 1 and accel/decel time 2
are set to ON.
The deceleration time when the function input
accel/decel multi-time 1 and accel/decel time 2
are set to ON.

30.0 sec

0.0 6000.0
10.0 sec

The deceleration time when the multi-function


input Emergency stop (fast) stop is set to ON.
This function can be used a stopped method when
a fault has been detected.

C1-10

C1-11

Time Set Unit

Acc/Decc SW Freq

0 = 0.01-second units
1 = 0 1 second units
Sets the frequency for automatic acceleration/
deceleration switching.
Below set frequency: Accel/decel time 4
Above set frequency: Accel/decel time 1
The multi-function input accel/decel time 1 or
accel/decel time 2 take priority.

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0.0 150.0

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Auto-Tuning Parameters (S-curve Acceleration/Deceleration)
Designator

Name

Description

Range

Default

0.0 2.50

.20 sec

0.0 2.50

.20 sec

0.0 2.50

.20 sec

0.0 2.50

Range

Default

0.0 2.50

All sections of the S-curve characteristic


C2-01

SCRV Acc @ Start

time are set in seconds units


When the S-curve characteristic time is
set, the accel/decel times will increase
by only half of the S-curve characteristic
times at start and end

C2-02

SCRV Acc @ End

C2-03

SCRV Decel @ Start

C2-04

SCRV Decel @ End

Auto-Tuning Parameters (Motor Slip Compensation)


Designator

Name

Description
Used to improve speed accuracy
when operating with a load
Usually setting is not necessary.
When actual speed is low, increase
the set value

C3-01

Slip Comp Gain

When actual speed is high, decrease


the set value
In flux vector control mode this
function becomes gain to compensate
for slip caused by temperature
variation

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Slip compensation primary delay
time is set in ms units
Usually setting is not necessary.
Adjust when slip compensation
C3-02

Slip Comp Delay

responsiveness is low, or speed is


not stabilized

010000

200
msec

0 - 250

200%

0, 1

0, 1

When responsiveness is low, decrease


the set value.
When speed is not stabilized, increase
the set value.
C3-03

Slip Comp Limit

Sets the slip compensation limit as


a percentage of motor rated slip
0: Disabled.
1: Enabled.
When the slip compensation during
regeneration function has

C3-04

Slip Comp Regen

been activated, as regeneration


capacity increases momentarily,
it may be necessary to use a
braking option (Braking Resistor
Unit or Braking Unit.)
Used to set the flux calculation
method.

C3-05

Flux Select

0: Flux is calculated based on the


output frequency after compensation
1: Flux is calculated based on the
output frequency before compensation

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Auto-Tuning Parameters (Torque Compensation)
Designator

Name

Description

Range

Default

0.00 2.50

010000

20

Description

Range

Default

Sets the proportional gain of the speed

0.00 300.00

20

0.000 10.000

.500 sec

Sets torque compensation gain as a ratio.


Usually setting is not necessary.
Adjust in the following circumstances:
* When the cable is long; increase the set value.
* When the motor capacity is smaller
than the Inverter capacity
C4-01

Torq Comp Gain

(Max. applicable motor capacity),


increase the set values.
* When the motor is oscillating, decrease
the set values.
Adjust the output current range at
minimum speed rotation so that it
does not exceed the Inverter rated
output current.
The torque compensation delay
time is set in ms units.
Usually setting is not necessary.

C4-02

Torq Comp Time

Adjust in the following circumstances:


* When the motor is oscillating, increase the set
values.
* When the responsiveness of the
motor is low, decrease the set values.

Auto-Tuning Parameters (Speed Control (ASR))


Designator

Name

C5-01

ASR P Gain 1

C5-02

ASR I Time 1

loop (ASR )
Sets the integral time of the speed loop
(ASR) in 1-second units

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Usually setting is not necessary.
Set to change the rotational speed gain.

C5-03

ASR P Gain 2

0.00 300.00

20

0.000 10.000

.500 sec

0.0 20.0

5%

0.000 0.500

.004 sec

C5-04

ASR I Time 2

Sets the upper limit for the compensation


C5-05

ASR Limit

frequency for the speed control loop


(ASR) to a percentage of the maximum
output frequency.
Sets the filter time constant; the time from

C5-06

ASR Delay Time

the speed loop to the torque command output


in units of 1-second
Usually setting is not necessary

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Sets the frequency for switching between
Proportion Gain 1, 2 and Integral Time 1,
C5-07

ASR Freq

2 in Hz units
The multi-function input ASR Gain

0.0 150.0

0 Hz

0 - 400

400 Hz

Range

Default

2.0

2.0 kHz

0.4 - 2.0

2.0 kHz

00 - 99

SW takes priority
Set to a small value to prevent any radical
C5-08

ASR I Limit

load change. Set to 100% of the maximum


output frequency
Auto-Tuning Parameters (Carrier Frequency)

Designator

Name

Description
Set the carrier frequency upper limit and

C6-01

Carrier Freq Max

lower limit in kHz units.


The carrier frequency gain is set as follows:
In vector control mode, the upper
limit of the carrier frequency is fixed
at C6-01

C6-02

Carrier Freq Min

C6-03

Car Freq P Gain

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Auto-Tuning Parameters (Hunting Prevention)


Designator

Name

Description

Range

Default

0, 1

0.00 2.50

Range

Default

0.00 10.00

0 - 2000

50

0: Disabled
1: Enabled
The hunting prevention function is used to stop
a motor under a light load from hunting.
C7-01

Hunting Prev Sel

This function is exclusively for the V/f control


mode.
When greater responsiveness than oscillation
control is required, set hunting prevention to
disabled.
Sets the ratio for hunting prevention gain.
Usually setting is not necessary.
Adjust in the following circumstances:
* When oscillation occurs due to a

C7-02

Hunting Prev Gain

light load increase the set values.


* When the motor is stalled, decrease
the set values.
If the set values become too large,
the motor may stall as a result of
non-controlled current.

Auto-Tuning Parameters (Factory Tuning)


Designator

Name

Description
Sets the internal speed feedback
detection control section as a ratio.
Usually setting is not necessary.
Adjust in the following circumstances:
* When hunting occurs, increase

C8-08

AFR Gain

the set values.


* When responsiveness is low, decrease
the set values.
Change the responsiveness in 0.05
units at a time, checking after each
change.

C8-09

AFR Time

* Increase setting if hunting occurs.


* Decrease setting if response is poor.

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0: Carrier frequency is set to
C8-30

Carrier in Tune

2.0 kHz.
1: Carrier frequency is set to a value

0, 1

Range

Default

as set in C6-01.
Reference Parameters (Preset Reference)
Designator

Name

Description
Sets the frequency reference in the

D1-01

Reference 1

units used in o1-03 (frequency reference

0 Hz

display/set units) The factory setting unit for


o1-03 is Hz
The frequency reference when the

D1-02

Reference 2

multi-function input multi-step speed reference

0 Hz

1 is on.
The frequency reference when the
D1-03

Reference 3

multi-function input multi-step speed reference

0 Hz

2 is on.
The frequency reference when the
D1-04

Reference 4

multi-function input multi-step speed reference

0 Hz

1, 2 is on.
The frequency reference when the
D1-05

Reference 5

multi-function input multi-step speed reference


3 is on.

0 - 150.0

0 Hz

The frequency reference when the


D1-06

Reference 6

multi-function input multi-step speed reference

0 Hz

1, 3 is on.
The frequency reference when the
D1-07

Reference 7

multi-function input multi-step speed reference

0 Hz

2, 3 is on.
The frequency reference when the
D1-08

Reference 8

multi-function input multi-step speed reference

0 Hz

1, 2, 3 is on.
The frequency reference when the
D1-09

Jog Reference

6 Hz

multi-function inputs, Jog frequency

reference selection, FJOG

command, and RJOG command

are ON.

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Reference Parameters (Reference Limits)


Designator

Name

Description
Sets the output frequency upper

D2-01

Ref Upper Limit

limit as a percentage of the maximum


output frequency
Sets the output frequency lower

D2-02

Ref Lower Limit

limit as a percentage of the maximum


output frequency

Range

Default

0.0 110.0

100%

0.0 109.0

0%

Range

Default

Reference Parameters (Jump Frequencies)


Designator

Name

Description
Set the center values of the jump

D3-01

Jump Freq 1

frequencies in Hz.

0 Hz

This function is disabled by setting


the jump frequency to 0 Hz
Always ensure that the following

D3-02

Jump Freq 2

applies:
d3-01 d3-02 d3-03

0.0 150.0

0 Hz

Operation in the jump frequency


range is prohibited but during acceleration
D3-03

Jump Freq 3

and deceleration, speed changes smoothly

0 Hz

without jump
Sets the jump frequency bandwidth in Hz.
D3-04

Jump Bandwidth

The jump frequency will be the


jump frequency d3-04

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0.0 20.0

2 Hz

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Reference Parameters (Reference Frequency Hold)
Designator

Name

Description

Range

Default

0, 1

0 - 100

25%

Range

Default

0, 1

Sets whether or not frequencies on


hold will be recorded.
0: Disabled (when operation is
stopped or the power is turned
on again starts at 0.)
1: Enabled (when operation is
D4-01

Freq Ref Hold

stopped or the power is turned


on again starts at the previous
hold frequency.)
This function is available when
the multi-function inputs Accel/
Decel Ramp Hold or up/down
commands are set
Sets the increase/decrease frequency
for analog frequency references
as a percentage of the maximum

D4-02

Speed Limits

output frequency.
This function is available when
the multi-function inputs Trim
Ctl Increase or Trim Ctl Decrease is set.
Reference Parameters (Torque Control)

Designator

Name

Description
0: Speed control (C5-01 to C5-07)
1: Torque control
This function is only available in
flux vector control mode.

D5-01

Torque Cont Sel

To use the function for switching


between speed and torque control,
set to 0 and set the multifunction
input to speed/torque
control change.

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Sets the torque reference delay time
in ms units.
This function can be used to adjust
D5-02

Torque Ref Delay

the noise of the torque control


signal or the responsiveness

0 - 1000

0 msec

1, 2

(-)120 (+) 120

0%

0 - 120

10%

with the host controller. When


oscillation occurs during torque
control, increase the set value.
Sets the speed limit command
method for the torque control
mode.
D5-03

Speed Limit Sel

1: The analog input limit from an


analog frequency reference terminal
(terminals 13 and 14.)
2: Limited by d5-04 constant setting
values.
Sets the speed limit during torque
control as a percentage of the maximum
output frequency.
This function is enabled when

D5-04

Speed Limit

d5 03 is set to 2 Directions are


as follows.
+: operation command direction
--: operation command opposite
direction
Sets the speed limit bias as a percentage
of the maximum output frequency.

D5-05

Speed Limit Bias

Bias is given to the specified


speed limit. It can be used to adjust
the margin for the speed limit.

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Sets the delay time from inputting
the multi-function input speed/
torque control change (from ON to
OFF or OFF to ON) until the control
is actually changed, in ms units.
;This function is enabled when
the multi-function input speed/
D5-06

Torque Switch Time

torque control change is set. In

0 - 1000

0 msec

Range

Default

360 460

400 V

0, 1

0 - 15

15

50.0 150.0

60.0 Hz

the speed/torque control switching


timer, the three analog inputs
hold the values of when the
speed/torque control change
changes. Always be sure to allow
time for this process to finish
completely.
Motor Constant Parameters (V/f Pattern)
Designator

Name

Description
Sets the Inverter input voltage in units of 1 V.

E1-01

Input Voltage

This setting is used as the reference value


for functions such as protection functions
0: Standard fan-cooled motor (general-purpose
motor)

E1-02

Motor Selection

1: Standard Inverter exclusive


motor)
This setting is used as the reference value
for functions such as the protection functions.

E1-03

V/F Selection

E1-04

Max Frequency

0 to 15: Select from the 15 preset patterns.


F: Custom user-set settings (Applicable for V/F
Selection E1-04 to E1-10.)

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E1-05

Max Voltage

0.0 510.0

480V

0.0 150.0

60.0 Hz

0.0 150.0

3.0 Hz

0.0 510.0

22.0 V

0.0 150.0

0.5 Hz

E1-06

Base Frequency

E1-07

Mid Out Freq A

To set V/f characteristics in a straight line,

E1-08

Mid Out Volts A

set the same values for E1-07 and E1-09.


In this case the setting for E1-08 will be
disregarded.

E1-09

Min Frequency

Always ensure that the four frequencies are set


in the following manner:

E1-10

Min Out Volts

E1-11

Mid Frequency B

E1-12

Mid Voltage B

E1-04(FMAX)E1-06(FA)E1-07(FB)E1-09 (FMIN)
Set only to fine-adjust V/f for the output
range when using flux vector control

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0.0 510.0
0.0 150.0
0.0 510.0

4.0 V
0 Hz
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E1-13

Normally, this setting is not required.

Base Voltage

0.0 510.0

0V

Range

Default

37.0 740.0

370.0 A

0.00 2000.0

1.30 Hz

0.00 2000.0

96.0 A

17564

0.000 65.000

.020
Ohm

0.0 300.0

5.00%

Motor Constant Parameters (Motor Setup)


Designator

Name

Description
Sets the motor rated current in 1 A
units.
These set values will become the

E2-01

Motor Rated FLA

reference values for motor


protection torque limits and
torque control.
These values will automatically
be set if they were set during auto tuning.
Sets the motor rated slip in Hz
units.

E2-02

Motor Rated Slip

These set values will become the


reference values for slip compensation.
These values will be automatically
set during auto tuning.
Sets the motor no-load current in 1A units.

E2-03

No-Load Current

These values will be automatically


set during auto tuning.
Sets the number of motor poles.

E2-04

Motor Poles

These values will automatically


be set during auto tuning.
Sets the motor phase-to-phase resistance

E2-05

Term Resistance

in units.
These values will be automatically
set during auto tuning.
Sets the voltage drop due to motor
leakage inductance as a percentage

E2-06

Motor Leakage H

of the motor rated voltage.


These values will be automatically
set during auto tuning.

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Sets the motor iron-core saturation
E2-07

Motor Sat Coeff 1

coefficient at 50% of magnetic flux.


These values will be automatically

0.00 0.50

0.5

0.00 0.75

0.75

0.0 10.0

0%

Range

Default

060000

600 ppr

0-3

set during auto tuning.


Sets the motor iron-core saturation
E2-08

Motor Sat Coeff 2

coefficient at 75% of magnetic flux.


These values will be automatically
set during auto tuning.
Sets motor mechanical loss as a
percentage of motor rated output
(W).
Usually setting is not necessary.
Adjust in the following circumstances:

E2-09

Motor Mech Loss

* When torque loss is large due to


motor bearing.
* When the torque loss in the pump
or fan is large.
The set mechanical loss will compensate
for torque.
Options Parameters (PG Option Setup)

Designator

Name

Description
Sets the number of PG (pulse generator or

F1-01

Encoder (PG) Const

encoder) pulses.
Sets the number of pulses per motor revolution.
Sets the PG disconnection stopping method.
0: Ramp to stop (Deceleration stop using
deceleration time 1, C1-02.)

F1-02

Op PG Open Circuit

1: Coast to stop
2: Fast stop (Emergency stop using the fast stop
time, C1-09.)
3: Continue operation (PGO is displayed,
and continues operation.)

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Sets the stopping method when an Overspeed
(os) fault occurs.
0: Ramp to stop (Deceleration stop using
deceleration time 1, C1-02.)
F1-03

Op Overspeed

1: Coast to stop

0-3

0-3

0, 1

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2: Fast stop (Emergency stop using the fast stop


time, C1-09.)
3: Continue operation (OS is displayed, and
continues operation.)
Sets the stopping method when a speed deviation
(DEV) fault occurs.
0: Ramp to stop (Deceleration stop using
F1-04

Op Speed Deviation

deceleration time 1, C1-02.)


1: Coast to stop
2: Fast stop (Emergency stop using the fast stop
time, C1-09.)
3: Continue operation (DEV is displayed
and continues operation.)
0: Phase A leads with forward run command.
(Phase B leads with reverse run

F1-05

PG Rotation

command )
1: Phase B leads with forward run command.
(Phase A leads with reverse run
command.)
Sets the division ratio for the PG speed control
card pulse output.
Division ratio = (1+ n) /m (n=0,1 m=1 to 32)

F1-06

PG Division Rate

This constant is only effective when a


PG-B2 is used.
The possible division ratio settings are:
1/32F1-061.

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Sets integral control during acceleration/
deceleration
to either enabled or disabled.
F1-07

I Accel/Decel

0: Disabled (The integral function isnt used


while accelerating or decelerating; it is

0, 1

0 - 120

115%

0.0 - 2.0

0 sec

0 - 50

10%

0.0 10.0

.5 sec

used at constant speeds )


1: Enabled (The integral function is used at
all times.)
Sets the Overspeed detection method.
F1-08

O-speed Level

Frequencies above that set for F1-08 set as a


percentage of the maximum output frequency),
which continue to exceed this frequency

F1-09

O-speed Delay

for the detection time (F1-09), are detected as


Overspeed faults.
Sets the speed deviation detection method.

F1-10

Speed Dev Level

Any speed deviation above the F1-10 set level


(set as a percentage of the maximum output
frequency), which continues for the deviation
detection time (F1-11) is detected as a
speed deviation.

F1-11

Speed Dev Delay

Speed deviation is the difference between


actual motor speed and the reference command
speed.
Sets the number of teeth on the gears if there
are gears between the PG and the motor.

F1-12

PG Gear Teeth 1

0 - 1000

F1-13

PG Gear Teeth 2

A gear ratio of 1 will be used if either of


these constants are set to 0.

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Used to set the PG disconnection detection
F1-14

PG Open Detect Time

time. PGO will be detected if the detection


time continues beyond the set time

0.0 10.0

2.0 sec

Range

Default

0, 1

Range

Default

0-7

Range

Default

Options Parameters (Other Options Setup F2: Analog Reference Card)


Designator

Name

Description
Sets the functions for channel 1 to 3
which are effective when the
AI-14B Analog Reference Card is
used.
0: 3-channel individual (Channel
1: terminal 13, Channel 2: terminal

F2-01

AI-14 Input Select

14, Channel 3: terminal 16)


1: 3-channel addition (Addition
values are the frequency reference)
When set to 0, select 1 for b1-01.
In this case the multi-function input
Option/Inverter selection
cannot be used.

Options Parameters (Other Options Setup F3: Digital Reference Card)


Designator

Name

Description
Sets the Digital Reference Card input
method.
0: BCD 1% unit
1: BCD 0.1% unit
2: BCD 0.01% unit

F3-01

DI-16 Input Option

3: BCD 1 Hz unit
4: 0.1 Hz unit
5: BCD 0.01 Hz unit
6: BCD special setting (5-digit input)
7: Binary input
6 is only effective when the
DI-16H2 is used.

Options Parameters (Other Options Setup F4: Analog Monitor Card)


Designator

Name

Description

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Effective when the Analog Monitor
Card is used.
F4-01

AO Ch 1 Select

Monitor selection:

1 - 33

0.00 2.50

1 - 33

0.00 2.50

0.5

Range

Default

Set the number of the monitor


item to be output (U1-)
Gain:
F4-02

AO Ch 1 Gain

Set the multiple of 10V for outputting


monitor items.
4, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 25, 28 cannot
be set. 29 to 31 are not used.

F4-03

AO Ch 2 Select

When the AO-12 is used outputs


of 10 V are possible. In this case,
set H4-07 (select multi-function analog

F4-04

AO Ch 2 Gain

output signal level) to 1. When the AO-08 is


used, only outputs of to +10 V are possible.

Options Parameters (Other Options Setup F5: DO-02 Digital Output Card)
Designator

Name

Description
Effective when a Digital Output Card is used.

F5-01

DO Ch 1 Select

Set the number of the multi-function output

to be output
Effective when a Digital Output
F5-02

DO Ch 2 Select

0.0 - 37

Card is used.

Set the number of the multi-function output


to be output

Options Parameters (Other Options Setup F6: DO-08 Digital Output Card)
Designator

Name

Description

Range

Default

0, 1

Effective when a DO-08 Digital


Output Card is used.
F6-01

DO Out Mode Sel

Set the output mode


0: 8-channel individual outputs
1: Binary code output

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Options Parameters (Other Options Setup F7: Pulse Monitor Card)
Designator

Name

Description

Range

Default

0-4

Range

Default

Effective when the Pulse Monitor


Card is used.
Sets the number of output pulses.
0: 1F, 1: 6F, 2: 10F, 3: 12F, 4: 36F
F7-01

PO-36F Freq Mult Sel

F= the output frequency displayed


in Hz.
Example: When 0 (1F) is set, and
the output frequency is 60 Hz, 60
pulses per second are output.
(50% duty)

Options Parameters (Multiple function inputs)


Designator

Name

Description

H1-01

Input Term 3 (11)

Terminal 11 Sel

24

H1-02

Input Term 4 (12)

Terminal 12 Sel

14

H1-03

Input Term 5 (13)

Terminal 13 Sel

H1-04

Input Term 6 (14)

Terminal 14 Sel

H1-05

Input Term 7 (15)

Terminal 15 Sel

6
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H1-06

Input Term 8 (16)

Terminal 16 Sel

Parameters (Multi Function Outputs)


Designator

Name

Description

Range

Default

H2-01

Output 1 (53)

Terminal 53 Sel

H2-02

Output Term 2 (19)

Terminal 19 Sel

1
0 - 37

H2-03

Output Term 3 (20)

Terminal 20 Sel

30

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Parameters (Analog inputs)
Designator

Name

Description

Range

Default

0, 1

0.0 1000.0

100%

(+) 100 (-) 100

0%

0, 1

0 - 1F

31

0.0 1000.0

100%

(+) 100 (-) 100

0%

0-2

1 - 1F

31

0: 0 to +10V [11--bit + polarity


H3-01

ASR Level (36)

positive/negative) input]
1: 0 to 10V
Sets the frequency when 10 V is input

H3-02

ASR Gain

as a percentage of the maximum


output frequency.
Sets the frequency when 0 V is input

H3-03

ASR Bias

as a percentage of the maximum


frequency
0: 0 to +10V [11--bit + polarity

H3-04

An In 1 Signal (42)

(positive/negative) input]
1: 0 to 10V
Select from the functions listed in

H3-05

An In 1 Sel

the following table. Refer to page


7 - 79.
Sets the input gain (level) when terminal

H3-06

An In 1 Gain

42 is 10v
Set according to the 100% value on
page 7 - 79.
Sets the input gain (level) when terminal

H3-07

An In 1 Bias

42 is 10v
Set according to the 100% value on
page 7 - 79.
0: 0 to +10 V (Always cut jumper
wire J1)

H3-08

An In 2 Signal (39)

1: 0 to 10 V (Always cut jumper


wire J1)
2: 4 to 20 mA (10--bit input)
Set as for H3-05.

H3-09

An In 2 Sel

Cannot be set to 0. The 1F function will


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Sets the input gain (level) when terminal
39 is 10 V (20 mA).
H3-10

An In 2 Gain

Set according to the 100% value on


page 7 - 79.

0.0 1000.0

100%

(+) 100 (-) 100

0%

0.00 2.00

0 sec

If H3-09 = 1F the setting in


H3-02 is used.
Sets the input gain (level) when terminal
39 is 0 V (4 mA).
H3-11

An In 2 Bias

Set according to the 100% value on


page 7 - 79.
If H3-09 = 1F the setting in
H3-03 is used.
Sets terminals 36, 39, 42 to primary
delay filter time constant, in seconds

H3-12

Filter Avg Time

units
Effective for noise control etc

Designator

Name

H4-01

An Out 1 Sel (45)

H4-02

An Out 1 Gain

H4-03

An Out 1 Bias

H4-04

An Out 2 Sel (48)

H4-05

An Out 2 Gain

Parameters (Analog outputs)


Description
Sets the number of the monitor item
to be output (U1-) from terminal 21
;4 10 11 12 13 14 25 28 cannot
be set and 29 to 31 are not used
Sets the multi-function analog output
1 voltage level gain.
Sets whether the monitor item output will
be output in multiples of 10 V
Sets the multi-function analog output
1 voltage level bias.
Sets output characteristic up/down parallel
movement as a percentage of 10 V
Sets the number of the monitor item
to be output (U1-) from terminal 48
4 10 11 12 13 14 25 28
cannot be set and 29 to 31 are not used.
Sets the multi-function analog output
2 voltage level gain.
Sets whether the monitor item output will
be output in multiples of 10 V

Range

Default

1 - 33

0.00 2.50

(+) 10.0 (-) 10.0

0%

1 - 33

0.00 2.50

0.5

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H4-06

An Out 2 Bias

H4-07

An Out Level Sel

Sets the multi-function analog output


2 voltage level gain.
Sets whether the monitor item output will
be output in multiples of 10 V
Sets the signal output level for multifunction outputs 1 and 2 (terminals 45, 48.)
0: 0 to +10 V output
1: 0 to +10 V output
The optional Analog Monitor
Card may also be used with this

(+) 10.0 (-) 10.0

0%

0,1

Range
1 - 20

Default
1

0-3

0-2

0-3

0, 1

Range

Default

0, 1

setting.
Parameters (Memo Bus Communications)
Designator
H5-01

Name
Serial Comm Adr

H5-02

Serial Baud Rate

H5-03

Serial Parity Sel

H5-04

Serial Fault Stop

H5-05

Serial Flt Detect

Description
Set the Inverters node address
Set the baud rate for 6CN MEMOBUS
communications.
0: 1200 bps
1: 2400 bps
2: 4800 bps
3: 9600 bps
Set the parity for 6CN MEMOBUS
communications
0: No parity
1: Even parity
2: Odd parity
Set the stopping method for communications
errors.
0: Deceleration stop
1: Coast to
2: Emergency stop
3: Continue operation
Set whether or not a communications
timeout is to be detected as a
H5 communications error.
0: Do not detect.
1: Detect

Protection Parameters (Motor Overload)


Designator

Name

L1-01

Mol Fault Select

Description
Sets whether the motor overload
function is enabled or disabled at
electric thermal overload relay.
0: Disabled
1: Enabled

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L1-02

Mol Time Const

Sets the electric thermal detection


time in seconds units.
Usually setting is not necessary.
The factory setting is 150% overload

0.1 - 5.0

1.0 min

Range

Default

0-2

0.0 - 2.0

1.0 sec

0.0 25.5

10.0
sec

0.0 - 5.0

0.3 sec

300 420

380

for one minute


Protection Parameters (Power Loss Ride through)
Designator

Name

L2-01

PWRL Selection

L2-02

PWRL Ride thru Time

L2-03

PWRL Baseblock T

L2-04

PWRL Ramp Time

L2-05

PUV Det Level

Description
0: Disabled (Undervoltage fault
detection)
1: Enabled (Restarted when the
power returns within the time
for L2-02. When L2-02 is exceeded,
Undervoltage fault
L2 detection )
2: Enabled while CPU is operating.
(Restarts when power returns
during control operations.
Does not detect Undervoltage fault.
Sets the recovery time, when momentary
power loss selection
Sets the Inverters minimum Baseblock
time in units of one second,
when the Inverter is restarted after
power loss ride through.
Sets the time for the motors
residual voltage to dissipate.
When an Overcurrent occurs
when starting a speed search or
DC injection braking, increase
the set values.
Sets the time required to return to
normal voltage at the completion of
a speed search, in units of one second.
;Set the time required for a 400 V
class Inverter to recover from 0 V to 400 VAC.
(For the 575-V class Inverter, the
time from 0 V to 575 VAC.)
Sets the main circuit under voltage
(UV) detection level (main circuit
DC voltage) in V units.
Usually setting is not necessary
Insert an AC reactor to lower the
main circuit Undervoltage detection
level.

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L2-06

KEB Frequency

Restores the operating conditions


for momentary power loss by applying
a frequency deceleration to
create inertia energy when a power
loss occurs, and thus avoid the

0.0 100.0

0%

Range

Default

0-2

0 - 200

150%

0 - 100

50%

power loss.
Protection Parameters (Stall)
Designator

Name

L3-01

StallP Accel Sel

L3-02

StallP Accel Lvl

L3-03

StallP Accel CHP

Description
0: Disabled (Acceleration as set.
With a heavy load, the motor
may stall.)
1: Enabled (Acceleration stopped
when L3-02 level is exceeded.
Acceleration starts again when
the current is L3 returned )
2: Intelligent acceleration mode
(Using the L3-02 level as a basis,
acceleration is automatically
adjusted. Set acceleration time
is disregarded.)
Effective when L3-01 is set to 1 or 2
Set as a percentage of Inverter rated current
Usually setting is not necessary.
The factory setting reduces the
set values when the motor stalls.
Sets the lower limit for stall prevention
during acceleration, as a percentage
of the Inverter rated current,
when operation is in the
frequency range above the maximum
voltage frequency (E1-06.)
;Usually setting is not necessary

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L3-04

StallP Decel Sel

0: Disabled (Deceleration as set. If


deceleration time is too short, a
main circuit overvoltage may
result.)
1: Enabled (Deceleration is
stopped when the main circuit
voltage exceeds the overvoltage
level. Deceleration restarts
when voltage is returned.)
2: Intelligent deceleration mode
(Deceleration rate is automatically
adjusted so that in Inverter
can decelerate in the shortest
possible time. Set deceleration
time is disregarded.)
;When a braking option (Braking
Resistor Unit or Braking Unit) is
used, always set to 0 (Disabled.)

0-2

0-2

30 - 200

160%

Range

Default

0.0 150.0

0 Hz

Protection Parameters (Stall) Continued

L3-05

StallP Run Sel

L3-06

StallP Run Lvl

0: Disabled (Runs as set. With a


heavy load, the motor may
stall.)
1: Enabled: Deceleration time 1
(the deceleration time for the
stall prevention function is
C1-02 )
2: Enabled: Deceleration time 2
(the deceleration time for the
stall prevention function is
C1-04.)
Effective when L3-04 is 1 or 2.
Set as a percentage of the Inverter
rated current.
Usually setting is not necessary
The factory setting reduces the
set values when the motor stalls.

Protection Parameters (Reference detection)


Designator

Name

L4-01

Spd Agree Freq

Description
Effective when Desired frequency
(ref/setting) agree 1, Frequency
detection 1, Frequency detection
2, are set for multi-function output
Frequencies to be detected are set
in Hz units

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L4-02

Spd Agree Width

L4-03

Spd Agree Freq +/-

L4-04

Spd Agree Width +/-

L4-05

Ref Loss Sel

Effective when Frequency (ref/


out) agree 1, Desired frequency
(ref/setting) agree 1, Frequency
detection 1, Frequency detection 2
are set for multi-function output.
Sets the frequency detection width
in Hz units.
Effective when Desired frequency
(ref/setting) agree 2, Frequency
detection 3, Frequency detection
4, are set for multi-function output
Frequency detection width is set in
Hz units.
Effective when Frequency (ref/
out) agree 2, Desired frequency
(ref/setting) agree 1, Frequency
detection 3, Frequency detection 4
are set for multi-function output.
Frequency detection width is set in
Hz units.
0: Stop (Operation follows the frequency
reference.)
1: Operation at 80% speed continues.
(At 80% of speed before
the frequency reference was lost)
Frequency reference is lost: Frequency

0.0 20.0

2.0 Hz

(-) 150.0
- (+)
150.0

0 Hz

0.0 20.0

2.0 Hz

0, 1

Range

Default

0 - 10

0, 1

reference dropped over


90% in 400 ms.
Protection Parameters (Fault Restart)
Designator

Name

L5-01

Num of Restarts

L5-02

Restart Relay Sel

Description
Sets the number of auto restart attempts.
Automatically restarts after a fault
and conducts a speed search from
the run frequency.
Sets whether a fault contact output
is activated during fault restart.
0: Not output (Fault contact is not
activated )
1: Output (Fault contact is activated.)

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Protection Parameters (Torque Detection)
Designator

Name

L6-01

Torq Det 1 Sel

L6-02

Torq Det 1 Lvl

L6-03

Torq Det 1 Time

L6-04

Torq Det 2 Sel

L6-05

Torq Det 2 Lvl

L6-06

Torq Det 2 Time

Description
0: Overtorque detection disabled.
1: Detection during speed agree
only/Operation continues after
detection (Minor fault)
2: Detection during run/Operation
continues after detection (Minor
fault)
3: Detection during speed agree
only/Inverter output is shut off
after detection (Fault)
4: Detection during run/Inverter
output is shut off after detection
(Fault)
Vector control: Motor rated torque
is set as 100%.
V/f control: Inverter rated current is
set as 100%.
Sets the torque detection time in
1-second units
Setting procedure is the same as for
Torque detection selection 1
( L6-01 to L6-03.)
The following outputs are possible:
Torque detection selection 1:
Multi function output Torque
detection selection 1 NO/NC
Torque detection selection 2:
Multi-function output Torque
detection selection 2 NO/NC

Range

Default

0-4

0 - 300

150%

0.0 10.0

.1 sec

0-4

0 - 300

150%

0.0 10.0

.1 sec

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Protection Parameters (Torque Limit)


Designator

Name

L7-01

Fd Torque Limit

L7-02

Rev Torque Limit

L7-03

Fwd Regen Limit

L7-04

Rev Regen Limit

Description
Sets the torque limit value as a percentage
of the motor rated torque

Range

Default

0 - 300

200%

Range

Default

0, 1

50 - 110

95 C

Protection Parameters (Hardware Protection)


Designator

Name

L8-01

DB Resistor Prot

L8-02

OH Prot Alarm Lvl

Description
0: Disabled (no overheating
protection)
1: Enabled (Overheating protection)
Sets the detection temperature for
the Inverter overheat detection pre alarm
in C.
The pre alarm detects when the
cooling fin temperature reaches
the set value.

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L8-03

OH Operation Sel

L8-05

In Open Phase Sel

L8-07

Out Open Phase Sel

Sets the operation for when the Inverter


overheat pre-alarm goes ON.
0: Ramp to stop in deceleration
time C1-02.
1: Coast to stop
2: Fast stop in fast-stop time C1-09.
3: Continue operation (Monitor
display only.)
;A fault will be given in setting 0
to 2 and a minor fault will be
given in setting 3
0: Disabled
1: Enabled (Detects if input current
open-phase, power supply
voltage imbalance or main circuit
electrostatic capacitor deterioration
occurs.)
0: Disabled
1: Enabled (Output open-phase detected
at less than 5% of Inverter
rated current.)
Output open phase detection may
occur or detection may not work
inadvertently when applied motor

0-3

0, 1

0, 1

Range

Default

4 - 33

1-4

capacity is small for Inverter


capacity. In this case, set to 0 (Disabled.)
Operator Parameters (Monitor Select)
Designator

Name

O1-01

User Monitor Sel

O1-02

Power-On Monitor

Description
Set the number of the monitor item to be
displayed
in the earliest 4 monitor items.
U1-__
;The output monitor voltage (factory setting)
can be changed.
Sets the monitor item to be displayed when
the power is turned on.
1: Frequency reference
2: Output frequency
3: Output current
4: The monitor item set for o1-01

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played
for the frequency reference and
frequency monitor.
0: 0.01 Hz units
1: 0.01% units (Maximum output frequency
is 100%)
2 to 39:r/min units (Sets the motor poles.)
40 to 39999:User desired display
Set the desired values for
setting and display for the
Max output frequency
O1-03

Display Scaling

039999

0, 1

0, 1

O1-04

Units Hz/RPM

O1-05

Param Add Disp Sel

Set the V/f pattern setting units. (E1-04, 06,


09 set units)
0: Hz units
1: r/min units
;Effective only in the flux vector control
mode
Set the Operator constant number display
method.
0: Normal display (e.g., A1-00)
1: Display MEMOBUS communications
register address

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Operator Parameters (Multi-Function Selections)
Designator

Name

O2-01

Local / Remote Key

O2-02

Oper Stop Key

O2-03

User Defaults

O2-04

Inverter Model #

O2-05

Operator M.O.P.

O2-06

Oper Detection

O2-07

Elapsed Time Set

Description
Sets the Digital Operator Local/Remote
Key
0: Disabled
1: Enabled (Switches between the digital
Operator and the constant settings.)
Sets the Stop Key in the run mode.
0: Disabled (When the run command
is issued from and external
terminal, the Stop Key is disabled )
1: Enabled (Effective even during run.)
Clears or stores user initial values.
0: Stores/not set
1: Begins storing (Records the set
constants as user initial values.)
2: All clear Clears all recorded
user initial values)
;When the set constants are recorded
as user initial values,
1110 will be displayed in the Initialize
mode (A1-03.)
Do Not Set
When the frequency reference is set
on the Digital Operator frequency
reference monitor, sets whether the
Enter Key is necessary.
0: Enter Key needed
1: Enter Key not needed
When set to 1, the Inverter accepts
the frequency reference
without Enter Key operation.
Sets the operation when the Digital
Operator is disconnected.
0: Disabled (Operation continues
even if the Digital Operator is
disconnected.)
1: Enabled (OPR is detected at
Digital Operator disconnection.
Inverter output is cut off, and
fault contact is operated.)
Sets the cumulative operation time
in hour units.
;Operation time is calculated from
the set values

Range

Default

0, 1

0, 1

0-2

0 - FF

-1

0, 1

0, 1

065535

0 hrs

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O2-08

Elapsed Time Run

0: Cumulative time when the Inverter


power is on. (All time
while the Inverter power is on is
accumulated.)
1: Cumulative Inverter run time.

0, 1

0-2

Range

Default
15%

(Only Inverter output time is accumulated.)


O2-09

Init Mode Sel

Designator
P1-01
P1-03

Name
Underload Level
Underload Restart
Count
Underload Detect Time

P1-04

Underload Restart Time

P1-05
P1-06
P1-07
P1-08

Underload Restart Clear


Underload Start Delay
Underload @ D2-02
Overload @ D2-02

0
12.0
sec
45.0
min
60 min
0 sec
100%
0%

P1-09

Overload Detection Time

0 sec

P1-10

Overload Start Delay

P1-02

Designator
P2-01
P2-02
P2-03
P2-04
P2-05
P2-06

Name
Term 36 High Limit
Term 36 Low Limit
Term 36 Limit Delay
Term 39 High Limit
Term 39 Low Limit
Term 39 Limit Delay

P2-07

Base Voltage Bias

P2-08

Max Voltage Bias

Designator

Name

P3-01

Wait Between Restarts

P3-02
P3-03
P3-04
P3-05
P3-06

Restart Clear Time


Restart Fault Mask 1
Restart Fault Mask 2
Restart Fault Mask 3
Fault Restart Inhibit

Do Not Set
Parameters ()
Description

0 sec
Parameters ()
Description

Range

Default
110%
-110%
0.0 min
110%
-110%
0.0 min
0.0 V
0.0 V

Parameters ()
Description

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Range

Default
45.0
min
60 min
770
0
0
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Tools Recommended for Maintenance and Repair


Description
10mm Nut Driver
Extension 1/4 drive to 3/8 x 12
10mm Socket 3/8 drive
Extension 1/4 drive to 3/8 x 2
19mm Socket 3/8 drive
24mm Socket 1/2 drive
17mm Socket 3/8 drive
1/2 Hex Socket 1/2 drive
5/16 Allen wrench socket
14mm socket 3/8 drive
1/2 drive ratchet
3/8 drive ratchet
13MM socket
Needle nose pliers 6
Wire Strippers
Side cutters
5/16 Slotted Screwdriver
3/16 Allen Socket 3/8 drive
12 Tape measure
3/8 drive torque wrench
19mm Open/Box wrench
3/16 Slotted Screwdriver
1/8 Slotted Screwdriver
24MM Open/Box wrench
Cable cutters ratcheting
1/2 Drive torque wrench
3/8 drive 6 extension
1/2 drive 5 extension
Cordless Driver
4 Adjustable Wrench
6 Adjustable Wrench
Heat Gun
#3 Phillips 1/4 Drive Bit
#2 Phillips 1/4 Drive Bit
#3 Phillips Screwdriver
Fluke-87V Multi Meter
Precision Screwdriver
#2 Phillips 10 Shank
#2 Phillips Screwdriver
#2 Phillips Screwdriver STUBBY
1/4 Slotted Screwdriver
AMP Pro Crimping Tool 59824-1

Qty
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

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6 CE Conformity for drives purchased with CE Option

CE Marked Vector VII Drives are intended for installation in electrical systems or machinery in the European Union This product conforms to
the following product standards of the following directives:
Machine Directive 2006/42/EC
Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
Low Voltage Directive 72/23/EC
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC

6.1 Emergency Stop Function


The Emergency Stop (E-Stop) push button is located on the front of the enclosure door and is bright red for easy
identification.

To use the E-Stop push button to stop the drive,


Press the button in with your finger or hand.

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Once the E-Stop push button has been depressed, the Run status Screen will show External Fault 2 stopping the drive.

To reset the E-Stop push button and allow the drive to operate:
Pull the E-Stop button out and away from the drive until it stops

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Open the Operator Control Panel window


Press the red Stop button on the operator Control Panel to clear the fault
When ready to start the drive and all conditions are safe, press the green Start button on the Operator Control
Panel.

Warning: When setting factory defaults in this drive, the user must verify the following for safe operation.
From the Run Status screen:
Select Menu
Select Log In
Enter 3333 for Password
Select OK
Select Misc Setup
Select External Fault 2
Select N.C.
Select OK
This procedure must be completed for the Emergency Stop Feature to function.

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