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COMBIVERT

GB

A-Housing

00.F5.SEM-KA01

Installation Guideline

11/2004

This manual describes the KEB COMBIVERT F5. Particular attention is paid to the
installation, the connection as well as the basic operation. Due to the various application
and programming possibilities, the application-specific connection and/or wiring diagram,
the parameter adjustment as well as instructions to the start-up are to be taken from the
documentation of the machine manufacturer.
A list of instruction manuals and documents giving assistance for the construction,
documentation and service is provided at the end of this manual. The safety and
warning notes listed in this instruction manual as well as in other documentation must be
observed at any rate to ensure a safe operation. The safety and warning instructions
specified in this manual do not lay claim on completeness. KEB reserves the right to
change/adapt specifications and technical data without prior notice. The used pictograms
have following significance:
Danger
Warning
Caution
Attention,
observe at
all costs
Information
Aide
Tip

Inhaltsverzeichnis
1.

Safety and Operating Instructions ............................................................ 4

2.
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4

Product description ...................................................................................... 5


Intended use ....................................................................................................... 5
Unit identification ................................................................................................ 5
Technical data .................................................................................................... 6
Dimensions and Terminals ................................................................................. 7

3.
3.1
3.2
3.3

Installation and Connection ........................................................................ 8


Control cabinet installation ................................................................................ 8
EMC-conform Installation ................................................................................... 8
Connection of Power Circuit ............................................................................. 9

3.3.1
3.3.2
3.3.3
3.3.4
3.3.5
3.3.6

Wiring instructions ............................................................................................................. 9


Terminal Strip X1.A ............................................................................................................. 9
Mains connection ............................................................................................................. 10
Motor connection terminal strip X1.B ............................................................................... 10
Connection of the temperature monitoring ...................................................................... 11
Connection of a braking resistor with temperature monitoring in accordance with UL . 12

3.4

Encoder interface connection ......................................................................... 12

3.4.1 Resolver connection at KEB motors with connector X3A .............................................. 12


3.4.2 Incremental encoder input / -emulation X3B ................................................................... 13

3.5

Control board .................................................................................................... 14

3.5.1 Control terminal strip X2A ................................................................................................ 14


3.5.2 Connection of the control terminal strip ......................................................................... 15

4
4.1

Operation of the Unit ................................................................................... 16


Operation Accessories ................................................................................... 16

4.1.1
4.1.2
4.1.3
4.1.4
4.1.5

With HSP5 cable and without operator ...........................................................................


Digital operator (part number 00.F5.060-1000) ...............................................................
Interface operator (part number 00.F5.060-2000) ..........................................................
Remote control (HSP5-extension) ..................................................................................
Other operators ................................................................................................................

4.2

Keyboard Operation ........................................................................................ 17

16
16
16
17
17

4.2.1 Parameter numbers and values ...................................................................................... 17


4.2.2 Resetting error messages ............................................................................................... 18
4.3.3 Password input ................................................................................................................. 18

5.

Parameter description ............................................................................... 19

6.
6.1
6.2
6.3

Certifications ................................................................................................ 23
CE-Marking ....................................................................................................... 23
Manufacturers Declaration ............................................................................ 23
UL / CUL - Marking ........................................................................................... 23

7.

Additional Manuals ...................................................................................... 24


3

Important, absolutely read


1.

Safety and Operating Instructions

Safety and Operating Instructions


for drive converters
(in conformity with the Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EWG)
1. General
In operation, drive converters, depending on their degree of
protection, may have live, uninsulated, and possibly also
moving or rotating parts, as well as hot surfaces.
In case of inadmissible removal of the required covers, of
improper use, wrong installation or maloperation, there is
the danger of serious personal injury and damage to property.
For further information, see documentation.
All operations serving transport, installation and
commissioning as well as maintenance are to be carried
out by skilled technical personnel (Observe IEC 364 or
CENELEC HD 384 or DIN VDE 0100 and IEC 664 or DIN/
VDE 0110 and national accident prevention rules!).
For the purposes of these basic safety instructions, skilled
technical personnel means persons who are familiar with
the installation, mounting, commissioning and operation
of the product and have the qualifications needed for the
performance of their functions.
2. Intended use
Drive converters are components designed for inclusion in
electrical installations or machinery.
In case of installation in machinery, commissioning of the
drive converter (i.e. the starting of normal operation) is
prohibited until the machinery has been proved to conform
to the provisions of the directive 89/392/EEC (Machinery
Safety Directive - MSD). Account is to be taken of EN 60204.
Commissioning (i.e. the starting of normal operation) is
admissible only where conformity with the EMC directive
(89/336/EEC) has been established.
The drive converters meet the requirements of the LowVoltage directive 73/23/EEC. They are subject to the
harmonized standards of the series DIN EN 50178/VDE
0160 in conjunction with EN 60439-1/ VDE 0660, part 500,
and EN 60146/ VDE 0558.
The technical data as well as information concerning the
supply conditions shall be taken from the rating plate and
from the documentation and shall be strictly observed.

The drive converters shall be protected against excessive


strains. In particular, no components must be bent or
isolating distances altered in the course of transportation
or handling. No contact shall be made with electronic
components and contacts.
Drive converters contain electrostatic sensitive components
which are liable to damage through improper use. Electric
components must not be mechanically damaged or
destroyed (potential health risks).
5. Electrical connection
When working on live drive converters, the applicable national accident prevention rules (e.g. VBG 4) must be
complied with.
The electrical installation shall be carried out in
accordance with the relevant requirements (e.g. crosssectional areas of conductors, fusing, PE connection). For
further information, see documentation.
Instructions for the installation in accordance with EMC
requirements, like screening, earthing, location of filters
and wiring, are contained in the drive converter
documentation. They must always be complied with, also
for drive converters bearing a CE marking. Observance of
the limit values required by EMC law is the responsibility of
the manufacturer of the installation or machine.
6. Operation
Installations which include drive converters shall be
equipped with additional control and protective devices in
accordance with the relevant applicable safety
requirements, e.g. act respecting technical equipment,
accident prevention rules etc.. Changes to the drive
converters by means of the operating software are
admissible.
After disconnection of the drive converter from the voltage
supply, live appliance parts and power terminals must not
be touched immediately because of possibly energized
capacitors. In this respect, the corresponding signs and
markings on the drive converter must be respected.
During operation, all covers and doors shall be kept closed.

3. Transport, storage

7. Maintenance and servicing

The instructions for transport, storage and proper use shall


be complied with.

The manufacturers documentation shall be followed.

The climatic conditions shall be in conformity with EN


50178.
4 Installation
The installation and cooling of the appliances shall be in
accordance with the specifications in the pertinent
documentation.

KEEP SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS IN A SAFE PLACE!

Product description
2.
2.1

Product description
Intended use
The digital servo controller KEB COMBIVERT F5-SERVO serves exclusively for the control
and regulation of synchronous servo motors. The operation of other electric consumers is
prohibited and can lead to the destruction of the unit.
On delivery the controllers are tuned to the servo motors supplied by KEB. Servo controllers
are components which are intended for the installation in electric systems or maschines.

2.2

Unit identification
A6.F5.S3A3420
Motor cooling
0: Self-cooling
1: External cooling
Interface type see control circuit
2: Resolver and IG-I/O
Motor speed
1: 1500 rpm
4: 4000 rpm

2: 2000 rpm
6: 6000 rpm

Input identification
2: 1/3ph 230V AC/DC

3: 3000 rpm

3: 3ph 400V AC/DC

Housing type A
Accessories
3: Braking transistor, integrated filter
Control type
S: SERVO
Series F5
Motor design / Motor identification /-size
A0...GH: Standard systems
Others: Customer-specific / Special version

Product description
2.3

Technical data

Servo size
Housing size
Phases
Input rated voltage
Output rated power
Output rated current
Max. short time current 1)
OC-tripping current
Input rated current
Rated switching frequency
Max. switching frequency
Power loss at rated operation
Power modules losses 2)
Min. braking resistor
Typ. braking resistor
Max. braking current
Stand still current at rated operation
Mains voltage UN
Mains frequency
Output voltage
Output frequency
Max. motor line length (shielded)
Max. motor line length (unshielded)

04
A

07
A

04
A

09
A

1
3
1
3
3
[V]
230
400
[kVA]
0,8
1,6
1,0
2,8
[A]
2
4
1,4
4,1
[A]
8
8
5,6
8,2
[A]
9,6
9,6
6,7
9,8
[A] 4 2,6 8 5,6
1,8
6
[kHz]
8
8
8
4
[kHz]
8
8
8
8
[W] 43 35 55 50
45
65
[W] 25 20
28
[Ohm]
82
60
150
110
[Ohm]
82
82
330
160
[A]
5,5
7
5,5
7,5
[A]
2,3
4
1,6
4,1
[V]
180...260 0
305...500 0
[Hz]
50 / 60 +/- 2
[V]
3 x 0...UN
[Hz]
0...400
[m]
10
10
[m]
40
50
20
50

1)

Max. current before the responding of the OL function. With the regulated systems 5% are to
be subtracted as control reserve.
2)
Amount of heat to be dissipated over the mounting surface at rated operation.
Site altitude max. 2000 m. With site altitudes over 1000 m a derating of 1% per 100 m must
be taken into consideration.
Overload function

04.F5

07...09.F5

120 s

250 s

80 s

200 s

60 s

150 s

40 s

100 s

20 s

50 s

0s
100
%

300 s

100 s

150
%

200
%

250
%

300
%

350
%

400
%

0s
100 120 140 160 180 200
%
%
%
%
%
%

Product description
2.4

Dimensions and Terminals

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L3
L2
L1
PE

X2
A
N
L1
PE

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-

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144
158

X1
B

PE
U
V
W

18
5

17
5

1 T2

T
PB
PA

PE

76
U, V, W
PA, PB
T1, T2
L1, N/L2, L3
L1, L2, L3
++, --

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Connection for servo motor


Connection for braking resistor
Connection for temperature sensor / switch
1/3-phase mains connection (230V-class)
3-phase mains connection (400V-class)
DC voltage supply in-/output for DC-supply networks
250...370 V DC (230V class)
420...720 V DC (400V class)
Connection for shielding/earthing

Pay attention to the input voltage, since 230V and 400V class (3-phase) are possible!

Installation and Connection


3.
3.1

Installation and Connection


Control cabinet installation

The flat-rear design at size 04 requires cooling


measures by the machine builder. This can be in the
best case no further measure at all (e.g. at cyclic
operation with down times) up to the dissipation of the
entire, indicated heat loss at rated operation.
Protect the COMBIVERT against aggressive
gases and aerosols !

3.2

EMC-conform Installation

Always apply the shielding of motor and


control cables over a large contact surface
on both sides.
Distance between control and power cables
at least 10..20 cm (4...8 inch).
Lay motor and power cable separately.
If it cannot be avoided, cross control and
power cables in a right angle.
Install all cables as close as possible to the
mounting plate - ideal in a metal cable duct.
Mount COMBIVERT well conducting with the
mounting plate. Remove the paint
beforehand.
You can find further instructions regarding
the EMC-conform wiring in the Internet at
KEB.

6 inch
START

START
ENTER
F/R

FUNC.

ENTER

SPEED

F/R

FUNC.
SPEED
STOP

STOP

30 mm
1 inch
ANTRIEBSTECHNIK

100 mm
4 inch

Protective system (EN 60529):


IP20
Operation temperature:
-10...45 C (14...113 F)
Storage temperature:
-25...70 C (-13...158 F)
max. heat sink temperature:
90 C (194 F)
Climatic category (EN 60721-3-3):
3K3
Environment (IEC 664-1):
Pollution degree 2
Vibration/Jolt according to: German. Lloyd; EN50155

150 mm

Installation position and min.


distances

ANTRIEBSTECHNIK

Installation and Connection


3.3

Connection of Power Circuit

3.3.1 Wiring instructions

Use a wire cross section of 1.5mm


strip 7mm
optional use of wire-end ferrule
After removing the screwdriver absolutely
check for a firm fit.

-E

L1

L
L2

++

attach / remove terminal strip only at


tensionless state

3.3.2 Terminal Strip X1.A

Terminalstrip X1.A / 230 V class


230 V AC / 1-phase (L1/N)
230 V AC / 3-phase (L1, L2, L3)
DC-Supply 250...370 V DC (++, --)

Terminalstrip X1.A / 400 V class


400 V AC / 3-phase (L1, L2, L3)
DC-Supply 420...720 V DC (++, --)

--

--

PE

PE

L1

L1

L2

L2
N/

L3

L3

++

++

Absolutely observe the connecting voltage of the KEB COMBIVERT. A 230V-unit


will be immediately destructed on a 400V-power supply.
Never exchange the mains and motor cables.
Some countries demand that the PE-terminal is directly connected to the terminal
box (not over the mounting plate).

Installation and Connection


3.3.3 Mains connection

Mains connection 230 V 1-phase

Mains connection 230 V 3-phase


X1.A

3 x 1,5 mm

X1.A

4 x 1,5 mm

-N

1 x 230 V AC L1
PE

--

++
L3
N/L2
L1
PE

3 x 230 V AC

++
L3
N/L2
L1
PE

L3
L2
L1
PE

Mains connection 400 V 3-phase


Protection
Fuse 10 A slow-blowing or power protective 4 x 1,5 mm
Power protective switch
(D-/K-characteristic at size 04)
RCD (fault current protective switch)
L3
Type A (at size 04) / else type A or B
L2
3
x
400
V
AC
at DC-supply pay attention to the permissible
L1
voltage range of the fuses
PE
DC-connection 230 V-class

250...370 V DC

X1.A

--

420...720V DC

++
L3
N/L2
L1
PE

--

++
L3
L2
L1
PE

3.3.4 Motor connection terminal strip X1.B

PE
U
V
W
PA
PB
T1
T2

10

++
L3
L2
L1
PE

2 x 1,5 mm
X1.A

PE
U, V, W
PA, PB
T1, T2

--

DC-connection 400 V-class

2 x 1,5 mm

X1.A

Connection for earthing


Servo motor
Braking resistor
Temperature sensor / switch

Installation and Connection


Plug in all connectors only in off-circuit condition !
Observe correct phase sequence of the motor!
Shielded motor line
Motor connector
gr/ye
1
2
3

PE
U
V
W
PTC-Connector*)
PTC-Connector*)

7
8

Brake +
Brake

5
6

X1.B
PE
U
V
W
PA
PB
T1
T2
ext. brake supply unit
with own voltage supply
(optionally)

Apply shieldings over a large


contact surface of the mounting
plate
Motor
Power connector
B

D
4

3
2

Connector
PIN No.
1
4
3
2
A
B
C
D

Name
U
V
W
PE
Brake +
Brake
PTC contact
PTC contact

Cable
Core No.
1
2
3
green-yellow
5
6
7
8

3.3.5 Connection of the temperature monitoring

Terminals T1, T2

Tripping resistance 1.65...4 kOhm

Reset resistance 0.75...1.65 kOhm

Design in accordance with VDE 0660 Part 302

This function can be activated by the machine builder by software

Do not lay connecting cable together with control cable

Permissible in the motor cable only with double shielding

Connect relay K1 for fire prevention in regenerative operation (see 3.3.6)


Other

K1
12

11

Motor-PTC
T1
T2

11

3.3.6 Connection of a braking resistor with temperature monitoring in accordance with UL

PA, PB Connection for braking resistor


Technical data (see chapter 2.3)
During clearing of the temperature monitoring the input voltage is switched off
for additional protection in regenerative operation connect the auxiliary contacts 11
and 12 of the line contactor K1 (see 3.3.5)
X1A
N
N
L
L
PE
PE
12

PA

11

PB

K1

OH1

X1B
PA
PB
T1
T2

OH2

230 or 24 V AC/DC
drive

at 24 V AC/DC
check tripping

Braking resistors can develop very high surface temperatures, therefor install as safe-totouch as possible.

3.4

Encoder interface connection


The plugs may only be connected / disconnected when the inverter and supply voltage are
disconnected !

3.4.1 Resolver connection at KEB motors with connector X3A


Max. line length 50 m

Housing

7
8

6
12

11

10
2

SIN SIN+

5 SIN 4 SIN+

Core color
red
1
blue

5
4

REF REF +

5
7

COS COS+

2
11

6 REF - yellow
3 REF + green

Servo motor
Resolver plug

12

1
10

Housing

8 COS - pink
7 COS+ gray

Socket X3A

RJ45-Connector assignment

free free green


blue red yellow
gray pink -

1
2
-3
4
5
-6
7
8

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

free
free
REF +
SIN +
SIN REF COS +
COS -

3.4.2 Incremental encoder input / -emulation X3B


The encoder interface X3 is switchable from an incremental encoder emulation to an
incremental encoder input. The increments of the emulation are fixed to 1024 for units with
resolver interface.
Max. input frequency:
Signals:
max. transmission link:
Approved encoder types:
1

< 300 kHz


RS 422 / 2 track signals and zero signals
50 m
Kbler RS 422 signals with 10-30V voltage supply

Socket X3B

The 12 V supply voltage at X3B is loadable


with altogether 100 mA. If higher voltages /
currents are needed for the supply of the
incremental encoder, then the encoder must
be supplied with an external voltage.

PIN No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Signal
12V
GND
A+
B+
BAN+
N-

13

Installation and Connection


3.5

Control board

3.5.1 Control terminal strip X2A


Tightening torque 0,22...0,25 Nm (2 lb inches)
Use shielded/drilled cables
Lay shield on one side of the inverter onto earth
potential

X2A
1

8 10 11 12 13 16 18 19 21 22

24 25 26

NPN control is not possible at the A servo !


PIN
1
2
5

Function
+ Set value input 1
- Set value input 1
Analog output

7 +10V output
8
10
11
12
13
16

Analog ground
Progr. input 1
Progr. input 2
Progr. input 3
Progr. input 4
Voltage supply
driver stage

Name
AN1+
AN1AN
OUT1
CRF

Description
Differential voltage input
0...10 VDC ^ 0...maximum speed; Ri = 55 k
Programmable analog output 0...10 VDC / 5 mA;
Function is defined by the machine builder
Reference voltage output for set value potentiometer
(+10 VDC / max. 4 mA)
COM Ground for analog in- and output
I1
The function of the programmable inputs is defined by
I2
the machine builder.
I3
Switching voltage 13...30 VDC 0 % smoothed
I4
Ri=2,1 k
ST Supply of the driver stage
This input must be supplied with an external voltage of
20...30 VDC 0 % / 0,2 A (UBR max. 3,6 Vss). When
switching off this voltage an error reset is executed.

18 Transistor output 1
19 Transistor output 2

O1
O2

21 Voltage supply
Control board

Uin

22 Digital ground

0V

24 Relay 1 / NO contact
25 Relay1 / NC contact
26 Relay1 / switching contact

14

FLA
FLB
FLC

Programmable digital output 1 and 2


Load capacity maximal 50 mA for both outputs
Function is defined by the machine builder
Supply of the control
This input must be supplied with an external voltage of
20...30 VDC 0 % / 0,8 A (UBR max. 3,6 Vss). Through
the separate supply the control can also be operated at
switched off driver/power section.
Reference potential for digital inputs/outputs
Programmable relay output
Load capacity max. 30 VDC / 0,01...1 A
Function is defined by the machine builder

Installation and Connection


3.5.2 Connection of the control terminal strip
Set value signal
0...10 V DC

Set value potentiometer


3...10 k

1
2
7
8

Analog output
10 V DC /
max.5 mA

external voltage supply


20...30 VDC 0% / 1 A

max. 30 V DC
0,01...1 A

1)

X2A
1
2
5
7
8
10
11
12
13
16
18
19
21
22
24
25
26

1) Connect potential equalizing line only if a potential difference of > 30 V exists between
the controls. The internal resistance is reduced to 30 k.
To avoid interferences a separate shielding must be provided for analog and digital control
lines. Depending on the use of the relay outputs, an extra shielding is to be used, too.
In case of inductive load on the relay outputs a protective wiring must be provided (e.g.
free-wheeling diode)!
The control board must always supply by an external voltage. This keeps the control
in operation even if the power stage is switched off. To prevent undefined conditions at
external power supply the basic procedure is to first switch on the power supply and after
that the inverter.

15

Operation of the Unit


4
4.1

Operation of the Unit


Operation Accessories

4.1.1 With HSP5 cable and without operator


A special cable (part number 00.F5.0C0-0010) is necessary for the control of the KEB
COMBIVERT without operator. It is connected between the HSP5-interface X4A and a
serial RS232-PC-interface (COM1 or COM2). The operation takes place via the PC-program COMBIVIS.
The HSP5-cable has an integrated level converter. The connection of a serial standard
cable would destroy the PC-interface.
4.1.2 Digital operator (part number 00.F5.060-1000)
As an accessory for the local operation of the KEB COMBIVERT F5 an operator is available.
To prevent malfunctions, the inverter must be brought into nOP status before connecting
/ disconnecting the operator (open control release). When starting the inverter, it is always
started with the last stored values or the factory setting.

5-digit LED display


Interface control
BUS-Operation "LED on"
(only 00.F5.060-2000)

START
ENTER

FUNC.

F/R

SPEED
STOP

Operating / Error display


Normal "LED on"
Error "LED blinks"
Double function keyboard

ANTRIEBSTECHNIK
ANTRIEBSTECHNIK

RS232/RS485
(only 00.F5.060-2000)

4.1.3 Interface operator (part number 00.F5.060-2000)


The interface operator corresponds to the functional range of the digital operator. However,
it is enhanced by a serial RS232/485-interface.
PIN RS485 Signal Meaning
1
reserved
2
TxD
Transmission signal/RS232
9 8 7 6
3
RxD
Receive signal/RS232
4
A
RxD-A Receive signal A/RS485
5
B
RxD-B Receive signal B/RS485
6
VP
Supply voltage-Plus +5V (Imax=10mA)
7
C/C DGND Data reference potential
8
A
TxD-A Transmission signal A/RS485
9
B
TxD-B Transmission signal B/RS485
A RS232-cable is needed to connect the interface operator with the PC. The assignment
is represented on the following page.
5

16

Operation of the Unit


9pole SUB-D female
RS232-cable 3m
PC / Operator
Part number 00.58.025-001D
Housing (PE)

2
3
5

2
3
7

PC

F5-Operator

4.1.4 Remote control (HSP5-extension)


The HSP5-extension is connected between the COMBIVERT and the operator. It serves
for the remote control of the COMBIVERT. The HSP5-extension is equipped with special
cable drivers. Therefore the use of conventional RS232-cables is not permitted. The last
three digits of the part number indicate the length of the cable in dm (00.F5.0C0-1005, 1010, -1030 and 1100).
4.1.5 Other operators
In addition to the described operators the KEB COMBIVERT can be equipped with further
operators for special applications (Profibus, Interbus, Sercos, CAN, DeviceNet). You find
further information on that on our home page.

4.2

Keyboard Operation

4.2.1 Parameter numbers and values


When switching on KEB COMBIVERT F5 the value of parameter CP.1 appears.
The function key (FUNC) changes
between the parameter value and
parameter number.
With UP and DOWN the value of the
parameter number is increased/
decreased with changeable parameters.

FUNC.
SPEED

STOP

STOP

START

START

Principally during a change, parameter values are immediately accepted and stored nonvolatile. However, with some parameters it is not useful that the adjusted value is accepted
immediately. In these cases the adjusted value is accepted and stored non-volatile by
pressing ENTER. When this type of parameter is changed a point appears behind the last
digit.
By pressing ENTER the adjusted value
is accepted and non-volatile stored.

ENTER
F/R

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Operation of the Unit


4.2.2 Resetting error messages
If a malfunction occurs during operation, the actual display is overwritten by the alarm
message. The alarm message in the display is reset by ENTER.
Error
ENTER
F/R

With ENTER only the error message in the display is reset. In order to reset the error
itself, the cause must be removed or a power-on reset must be made.

4.3.3 Password input


The KEB COMBIVERT is outfitted with a comprehensive password protection. In
dependence on the entered password the following modes are possible:
Display
CP_ro
CP_on
CP_SE
APPL
none

mode
End customer menu (CP-Parameter) read-only
End customer menu (CP-Parameter) read/write
Service menu (like end customer menu, but with the original parameters )
Application menu (all parameter groups and parameters are visible)
Drive mode (COMBIVERT can be put into operation by the keyboard )

The menu admissible for the application is defined by the machine builder. The password
input is generally made over the parameter CP.0. The adjusted password/menu is
maintained even after switching off.
Example: Changing the CP-parameter from read-only to read/write
ENTER

Password

UP

FUNC

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CP-Parameter
5.

Parameter description
D is pla y
CP .0
CP .1
CP .2
CP .3
CP .4
CP .5
CP .6
CP .7
CP .8
CP .9
CP .10
CP .11
CP .12
CP .13
CP .14
CP .15
CP .16
CP .17
CP .18
CP .19
CP .20
CP .21
CP .22
CP .23
CP .24
CP .25
CP .26
CP .27
CP .28
CP .29
CP .30
CP .31
CP .32
CP .33
CP .34
CP .35
CP .36

P a ra m e t e r
Passwo rd
Encoder 1speed
Set value display
Inverter state
A pparent current
P eak apparent current
A ctual torque display
A ctual DC vo ltage
P eak DC vo ltage
Output vo ltage
Speed co ntro l co nfig.
DSM rated to rque
DSM rated speed
DSM rated frequency
DSM rated current
DSM EM K vo ltage co nst.
DSM winding inductance
DSM winding resistance
DSM curr. f. zero speed
Lo ad mo t.dependent para.
A bso lute po sitio n enc.1
Enco der 1ro tatio n
max. reference fo rward
Step value 1
Step value 2
acc time fo rward
dec time fo rward
S-curve time acc fo r.
To rque reference so urce
A bs. to rque reference
KP speed
KI speed
Switching frequency
Relay o utput 1/ functio n
Relay o utput 2 / functio n
P ro h. ro t. sto pping mo de
E. EF stopping mo de

S e t t ing
R eso ra nge
lut io n
0...9999
1
4000
0,125
4000
0,125
0...255
1
0...6553,5
0,1
0...6553,5
0,1
10000,00
0,01
0...1000
1
0...1000
1
0...778
1
4...6
1
0,1...6553,5
0,1
0...32000
1
0,0...1600,0
0,1
0,0...710,0
0,1
0...1000
1
0,01...500,00
0,01
0,000...50,000
0,001
0,0...700,0
0,1
1...2
1
0...65535
1
0...19
1
0...4000
0,125
4000
0,125
4000
0,125
0,00...300,00
0,01
-0,01...300,00
0,01
0,00...5,00
0,01
0...5
1
10000,00
0,01
0...32767
1
0...32767
1
0...LTK
1
0...78
1
0...78
1
0...6
1
0...6
1

D e - Unit E n- B a s e d
f a ult
ter
on
ud.1
0
rpm
ru.9
0
rpm
ru.1
0
ru.0
0
A
ru.15
0
A
ru.16
0
Nm
ru.12
0
V
ru.18
0
V
ru.19
0
V
ru.20
4
cs.0
LTK
Nm
dr.27
LTK
rpm
dr.24
LTK
Hz
dr.25
LTK
A
dr.23
LTK
V
dr.26
LTK
mH
dr.31
LTK Ohm
dr.30
LTK
A
dr.28
1
E
fr.10
57057
ec.2
0
ec.6
2100
rpm
o p.10
100
rpm
o p.21
-100
rpm
o p.22
5
s
o p.28
5
s
o p.30
0
s
o p.32
2
E
cs.15
LTK
Nm
cs.19
50
cs.6
500
cs.9
LTK
E
uf.11
4
E
do .2
2
E
do .3 *
6
pn.7
0
pn.3

* CP.34 (do.3) = no function with F5-S in the A-housing

CP.3

Inverter status
In parameter inverter status the actual operating condition of the frequency inverter
is displayed. In the case of an error the current error message is displayed, even if the
display has already been reset with ENTER (error-LED on the operator is still blinking).
Status messages and information about the cause and removal are to be found in
www.keb.de => Documentation => Operating Instructions => Other => Service
informations => Error and status messages.doc.

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CP-Parameter
CP.10 Speed Control / Configuration
This parameter activates the speed or the torque control.
Value Description
4
Speed control
5
Torque control
6
Speed / torque control

CP.19 Motor adaption


The factory settings of the servo correspond to the size of the unit and the respective
motorIf the motor data in CP.11...18 are changed, then CP.19 must be activated once.
This re-adjusts the current controller, torque curve and torque limit. The torque limit is
set at the value, that is maximally possible in the basic speed range (depending on
inverter rated current). Rated motor torque x 3 at maximum.
CP.19 Pre-adjustment of the motor-dependent control-parameters.
1
The voltage class of the inverter is taken as input voltage.
2
The measured DC-link voltage / v2 measured at switch on is taken as input
voltage.Thus the frequency inverter can be adapted to the actually
available mains voltage (e.g. USA with 460 V).
When control release is active the adjustment was not completed. nco appears in the
display!

CP.20 Absolute position (encoder 1)


The system position of the attached resolver system is adjusted at EC.07. With this
parameter it is possible to adjust the controller to a not aligned motor. If the ystem
position of the motor is unknown an automatic trimming can be done. Before starting
with the adjustment, the direction of rotation must be checked. The speed display at
CP.1 must be positive when the engine runs manual in clockwise direction. If that is not
the case, the direction of rotation can be exchanged as described with CP.21. If the
correct direction of rotation is displayed, it can be started with the adjustment.
The connected motor must be able to rotate freely.
Open control release (terminal X2A.16).
Set CP.20 = 2206.
Close control release (terminal X2A.16).
Now the motor is excited with its rated current and aligned to its zero position. The
adjustment is finished when the displayed system position at CP.20 does not change
for approx. 5 s. In this case open control release and switch off the unit.
If the error message E.EnC is displayed during trimming the direction of rotation must
be checked (CP.21). In this case the position trimming must be repeated.
In case that motors with aligned encoder system are used, the value which has been
established by the automatic trimming, can be entered under CP.20 as well. The
adjustment values of known motors of the KEB COMBIVERT S4 series must be
multiplied by the pole-pair number of the motor. The lower 16 bits of the result must be
entered in CP.20.

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CP-Parameter
CP.21 Change Rotation Encoder 1
The speed display at CP.1 must be positive when the engine runs manual in clockwise
direction. The signals SIN+ and SIN- of the resolver have to be changed, if the sign is
wrong. Please ensure that the signals are not short-circuited with the internal shield.
The signals A(+) and A(-) must be changed for units with SIN/COS encoder. Should this
involve too much effort then you can achieve a rotation reversal of encoder 1 by
means of this parameter.
Value Meaning
0
tracks not exchanged
1
track exchanged
2/3 reserved for initiator input

CP.28 Torque reference source


With CP.28 the required setpoint source for torque control can be adjusted.
Value Meaning
0
AN1+ / AN1- 0%...100% = 0...CP.29
1
AN2+ / AN2- 0%...100% = 0...CP.29
2
digital absolute CP.29
3-5 Only application mode

CP.33 Relay output 1 / function


CP.34 Relay output 2 / function
CP.33/34 determine the function of the two relay outputs (X2A.24-26, X2A.27-29).
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
11
20
21
22
23
24
25
27
28

Value
Function
No function (generally off)
31
Generally on
32
Run signal; also by DC-braking
34
Ready signal (no error)
35
Fault relay
40
Fault relay (without auto-reset)
41
Warning or error message after
47
abnormal stopping
48
Overload pre-warning
49
Overtemperature alert signal power stage
External overtemperature pre-warning
50
motor
Overtemperature pre-warning OHI
51
Actual value = set value (CP.3 = Fcon,
52
rcon; not at noP; LS; error; SSF)
53
Accelerate (CP.3=FAcc; rAcc; LAS)
63
Decelerate (CP.3 = FdEc; rdEc; LdS)
64
Real direction of rotation = set direction
65
of rotation
66
Utilization > switching level 1)
70
Active current > switching level 1)
73
Real value (CP.1) > switching level 1)
74
1)
Setpoint (CP.2) > switching level

Function
Absolute setpoint on AN1>switching level 1)
Absolute setpoint on AN2>switching level 1)
Set value on AN1 > switching level 1)
Set value on AN2 > switching level 1)
Hardware current limit activated
Modulation on-signal
Ramp output value>switching level 1)
Apparent current (CP.4) > switching level 1)
Forward running (not at nOP, LS, abnormal
stopping or error)
Reverse running (not at nOP, LS, abnormal
stopping or error)
Warning E.OL2
Current regulator limit reached
Speed regulator limit reached
Absolut value ANOUT1 > switching level 1)
Absolut value ANOUT2 > switching level 1)
ANOUT1 > switching level 1)
ANOUT2 > switching level 1)
Driver voltage activ (safety relay)
Absolut active power > switching level 1)
Active power > switching level 1)

No listed values are only for application mode


1)
Switching level of CP.33 = 100; Switching level of CP.34 = 4

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CP-Parameter
CP.35 Reaction to limit switch
This parameter determines the reaction of the drive to terminal X2A.14 (F) and/or
X2A.15 (R), which are programmed as limit switches. The reaction of the drive is shown
in the table below.
CP.35 Display Response
Restart
0
E.PRx Immediate disabling of modulation
Remove fault;
1
A.PRx Quick stopping / disabling of modulation after reaching
reset
speed 0
2
A.PRx Quick stop / holding torque at speed 0
3
A.PRx Immediate disabling of modulation
Autoreset, if no
4
A.PRx Quick stopping / disabling of modulation after reaching fault is present
speed 0
5
A.PRx Quick stop / holding torque at speed 0
6
none No effect to the drive; fault is ignored !
inapplicable

CP.36 Reaction to external fault


With the external error monitoring external units can take direct influence on the drive.
This parameter determines the response of the drive to a signal at terminal X2A.12 (I3)
according to following table.
CP.36 Display Response
Restart
0
E.EF Immediate disabling of modulation
Remove fault;
1
A.EF Quick stopping / disabling of modulation after reaching
reset
speed 0
2
A.EF Quick stop / holding torque at speed 0
3
A.EF Immediate disabling of modulation
Autoreset, if no
4
A.EF Quick stopping / disabling of modulation after reaching fault is present
speed 0
5
A.EF Quick stop / holding torque at speed 0
6
none No effect to the drive; fault is ignored !
inapplicable

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Certifications
6.

Certifications

6.1

CE-Marking
CE marked frequency inverter and servo drives were developed and manufactured to
comply with the regulations of the Low-Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC.
The inverter / servo drive must not be started until it is determined that the installation
complies with 89/392/EEC (machine directive) as well as the EMC-directive (89/336/
EEC)(note EN60204).
The frequency inverters / servo drives meet the requirements of the Low-Voltage Directive
73/231/EEC. The harmonized standards of the series EN 50178 in connection with EN
60439-1 and EN 60146 were used.
This is a product of limited availability in accordance with IEC 61800-3. This product may
cause radio interference in residential areas. In this case the operator may need to take
corresponding measures.

6.2

Manufacturers Declaration
A manufacturer declaration in accordance with 89/392/EEC can be provided by KEB if
needed.

6.3

UL / CUL - Marking

To be conform according to UL and CUL for the use on the North


American and Canadian Market the following instructions must be
observed:

Inverter is suitable for use on a circuit capable of delivering not more than 10 kA rms
(symmetrical), 240 V AC or 480 V AC maximum
Maximum surrounding air temperature 45 C (113 F)
For control cabinet mounting as Open Type
For use in a pollution degree 2 environment
Motor protection by adjustment of current parameters
Not incorporated with overspeed protection
Power terminal tightening torque (see type plate)
Control terminal tightening torque (see chapter 3.4)
Overload protection at 130 % of inverter output rated current (see type plate)
Refer to this installation instructions for proper wiring

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Additional Manuals
7.

Additional Manuals
You find supplementary manuals and instructions for the download under
www.keb.de > Documentation >Operation instruction
General instructions
Part 1 EMC-and safety instructions
Unit-specific instructions
Part 2 Power Circuit
Part 3 Control Circuit
Service notes
Up- /Download of parameter lists with KEB COMBIVERT
Error messages
Instruction and information for construction and development
Application Manual
Preparation of a user-defined parameter menu
Programming of the digital inputs
All documents are also available in printed version, however we have to charge a nominal
fee for these.

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