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Code / Ref. Nr.

530231

Date:

May 2009

Subject:

Alarm 4 On I25/30 - Inverter Failure

WARNING:

Carry out the handling according to the following manufacturers


instructions.
Always respect warnings from the relevant manuals of the machine.
Make sure all electric power or other energy sources are disconnected
and closed before any servicing. Always turn off the main switch.
Wait 10 minutes after electrical power is disconnected to eliminate power
on the inverter terminals.
Installation, maintenance and service must be executed by skilled service
personnel only or by a service organisation with appropriate authorization
from the manufacturer.
For service, use only original replacement parts.
Re-install all machine parts in the original way.
The qualified agency performing this work assumes all responsibility for
this kit installation. Other service activities than described below, disable
all manufacturers responsibility.
Make sure children are not around during work in progress.

Primus Belgium
Driemasten 126
B-8560 Gullegem
Belgium
Phone: +32 (0)56 43 52 00
Fax:
+32 (0)56 40 34 63
E-mail: aftersales@primuslaundry.com
Web: www.primuslaundry.com

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Misteck 1116
742 58, Pbor
Czech Republic
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Fax: +420 556 723 383
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Rue Jacques Monod z.i. Est
F-69120 Vaulx-en-Velin
France
Phone:+33 (0)4 78 79 55 75
Fax: +33 (0)4 72 04 62 72
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Washer

Applicable machine models


Dryer

Ironer

PW5

DAM5 / DAMC5

Pony

P6, P7

DA9 / DAM(S)(T)9

I18, 25, 30

C6, 8

T9

I35

RS6, 7, 10

T11, 13, 16

I50

RS13, (16), 18, 22, 27, 35

T1313

IR50

FS6, 7, 10

T24, 35

IF50

FS13, 16, 22, 23

DA11, 13, 15

IFF

FS33, 40, 55

DA1313

Crossfolder

FS120

D25, 35

Stacker

MB16, 26, 33

D55, 77

MB44, 66
MB90, 140, 180
XS22
XS35, 43

Washer

Applicable type of spare parts


Dryer

Ironer

General

General

General

Chasis

Chasis

Chasis

Shock absorbers

Cabinet

Cabinet

Cabinet

Controler

Controler

Controler

Coin unit

Coin unit

Coin unit

Electric components & sensors

Electric components & sensors

Electric components & sensors

Heating unit

Heating unit

Heating unit

Motor & pulley & belts

Inlet

Inlet

Bearing house & seals

Motor & pulley & chains

Soap hopper

Drum

Bearing house

Motor & pulley & belts

Door

Ironer belts

Bearing house & seals

Air filter

Air filter

Drum

Air fan

Air fan

Door

Exhaust

Exhaust

Door lock

Delivery system

Drain

Folding system

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Code / Ref. Nr: 530231

Failure description:
Due to quality improvement the frequency inverter GRA540751000045 used in ironers I25 and I30 is replaced
by a replacement kit.

OLD

GRA540751000045

NEW

GRA540751000042

GRA540751000041

GRA543014006705

Required spare parts:


01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09

Item number
GRA540751000042
GRA540751000041
GRA543014006705

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Description
Mitsubishi Inverter mod. FR-D 720S-014-EC 0.2K
Filter for EMC FFR-CS-050-14A-RF1
Interface bracket Entity->Mitsubishi inverter
M4x12 ZN Slotted screws
M4x10 Cross-slotted screws
4mm Notched washers
4mm Flat washers
M4 Nut
Terminal with 5 eyelet

Quantity
1
1
1
3
3
6
6
3
3

Unit
PCs
PCs
PCs
PCs
PCs
PCs
PCs
PCs
PCs

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Solution:
Due to the complexity of this rebuild the instruction is split in 2 parts.

1st part: Mechanical part


1. Unscrew the lid screw

2. Carefully dismantle the two-piece shell

3. Assemble the filter to the interface


bracket as indicated at the figure beside
A. Fix the filter to the bracket by
using screw A (incl. notched
washer, flat washer and nut)

C
A
B

B. Use screws B & C later in the


instruction (point 10)

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4. Position the inverter on the filter and fix


them by the three M4x12 screws

5. Connect the wires from the filter


towards the main power input clamps of
the inverter as shown (L1 brown, N blue
and earth in one of the countermarked
points).

Before starting the following operation, disconnect the machine from the
mains and wait 10 minutes for the capacitors to discharge.

6. Remove the right door by unscrewing


the 4 screws.

U
Phase

7. Countermark the engine connection


wires (right W, central V, left U as
shown in the figure beside)

V
Phase

W
Phase

8. Remove the original inverter.


(GRA540751000045)

9. Mount the assembled inverter into the


machine by using the existing fixation
holes
A. Fix the assembly to the highest
fixing point by screw B (incl.
notched washer, flat washer
and nut)

A
B
C

B. Fix the filter & bracket in the


lower fixation point by screw C
(incl. notched washer, flat
washer and nut)

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To ensure correct function of the dissipater, install the inverter-filter


unit in vertical position with the main power supply input on the top

UP

DOWN

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2nd part: Electrical part


The figure beside gives an overview about the
functions of each individual connector of the
original inverter for ironers I25 and I30

Three-phase motor
power supply
Inverter main power
supply (neutral and
earth phase)
Circuit breaker
protection relay
output
Speed signal
connections
(common codes +
rotation direction)

1. Replace the original earth connection


eyelet by an 5 eyelet and connect
power supply terminals onto filter
connector.

Earth connector

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2. Connect the power supply (phase and


neutral) to the Mitsubishi filter clamp

/25

/30

3. Connect motor wires on the indicated


spots (see picture beside). Its highly
recommended to respect the added
marks (recommended by point 7 of the
mechanical part of this instruction).
4. Due to the moved position of the power
output clamps it is required to open the
wiring duct and to extend the wires by
removing some cable strips

.
5. Connect the speed signals like shown
on in the figure beside. Its required to
respect the indicated purpose for each
wire. The purpose of each wire is
indicated at the connector of original
inverter

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Phase U

Term 1
= PC

Term 2
= RL

Phase V

Term 3
= RM

Phase W

Term 4
= RH

Term 5
= STR

Term 6
= STF

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6. Connect the protection earth wire to the


inverter by one of the two foreseen
screws

Connection available for


earth and supply
7. Connect wires of current protection relay
on terminals A (grey wire) and C (orange
wire = common) of the new inverter.

8. Verify whether all wire connections are


made. In case there are still unconnected
wires, please revise the above described
instruction steps

Connection for current


protection relay
(terminals A and C)

Be very careful if the


above instruction is not
executed as described,
there is a high risk of
damage of the unit
and/or risk of
electrocution with risk
of death

9. Remount the inverter shells properly and


tighten the removed screw into its original
state

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10. Set the Inverter parameters


To make the inverter applicable for the machine you need to modify several parameters. The parameter
settings are depending on the type of machine (/25 or /30). To modify the required parameters you need to
proceed following steps:

In case error 4 appears on the inverter - to enable the change of certain parameters you need to select the
PU-mode by the button PU/EXT (step 2 as described above).

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Please change the following parameter values:

Parameters table
Parameter
number
79
160
1
2
4
5
6
7
8
9
18
19
22
24
25
26
27
72
77
80
122
245
246
298
551
79
160

Setting
Unit

Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Sec
Sec
Amp
Hz
Volts
%
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz

Kw
Sec
%
Sec

Default
0
9999
120
0
50
24
10
5
5
RIC
120
8888
150
9999
9999
9999
9999
1
0
9999
0
9999
0.5
9999
9999

/25
3
0
60
10
20
24
28
0,5
0
1.2
60
230
170
32
36
40
45
8
2
0.18
9999
6
0,1
218
2
0
9999

/30
3
0
60
10
20
24
28
0,5
0
2,1
60
230
170
32
36
40
45
8
2
0,37
9999
6
0,1
9999
2
0
9999

Note
Enable parameters modification
Enable extended function of the display
Maximum frequency
Minimum frequency
Multi-speed setting (high speed)
Multi-speed setting (middle speed)
Multi-speed setting (low speed)
Acceleration time
Deceleration time
Electronic thermal O/L relay I25 / I30
High speed maximum frequency
Base frequency voltage
Stall prevention operation level
Multi-speed setting (speed 4)
Multi-speed setting (speed 5)
Multi-speed setting (speed 6)
Multi-speed setting (speed 7)
PMW frequency selection
Parameter write selection
Operation mode selection I25 / I30
PU communication waiting time setting
Rated slip
Slip compensation time constant
Frequency search gain I25 / I30
PU mode operation command source selection
Disable parameters modification
Disable extended function of the display

Be very careful that the above parameters are set as described.


If not there is a high risk of damage of the unit
Attention at the beginning and end of parameterization, parameters 79 and 160 have to be set like shown in
the table!

Knob to modify
parameter and value

SET button

MODE button

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Verification check-up:
1. Switch the mains on, so the unit is able to operate.
2. Press the start and ironing pedal, by this the roller must run in the normal ironing direction. If you are not
sure about the normal ironing direction: look towards the gear which is at the ironer PCB side. In case the
gear us turning clock wise, the way of rotation is correct. If the way turning of the gear is counter clock
wise, shut down the mains immediately and switch 2 phase-lines at the motor power supply at the
inverter (see also point 3 of the electrical part of the instruction)
3. When above step has been checked and found correct, activate the safety bar manually. The roll has to
slow down until reverse. Meanwhile the basin has to rise until the non-active position.
4. Try to change the speed on the ironer control board from 1 to 7. If the speed of rotation of the roller
changes accordingly, the installation of the new inverter is successful. If the roll doesnt rotate or rotates
at a wrong speed, check the speed signal connections (described at point 5 of the electrical part of this
instruction)
5. In case the complete verification has been done and the installation has been found correct, the
installation can be considered as successful. To end the job we recommend to bind & organise the wiring
properly and mount the side panel back in its original position.

In case you have further technical questions, do not hesitate to take contact with the after sales department of
PRIMUS (references at the front page of this document).
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