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ALSPA MV3000e Contactor-less Precharge Drives for Common DC Link Schemes (K-series Drives) Publication No. T2018EN

ALSPA MV3000e

Contactor-less Precharge Drives for Common DC Link Schemes (K-series Drives)

Publication No. T2018EN Rev. 0004 (07/06)

Getting Started Manual

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

Care has been taken with the design of this product to ensure that it is safe. However, in common with all products of this type, misuse can result in injury or death. Therefore, it is very important that the instructions in this manual and on the product are observed during transportation, commissioning, operation, maintenance and disposal.

This technical manual should be regarded as part of the product. It should be stored with the product and passed on to any subsequent owner or user.

Local safety laws and regulations must always be observed.

Persons working on the product must be suitably skilled and should have been trained in that work for these products.

The product is a component designed for incorporation in installations, apparatus and machines.

The product must not be used as a single item safety system. In applications where maloperation of the product could cause danger, additional means must be used to prevent danger to persons.

Product approvals and certifications will be invalidated if the product is transported, used or stored outside its ratings or if the instructions in this manual are not observed.

Third party approvals to safety standards UL 508C and CSA C22.2 No 14 are marked on the product.

In the European Union:

Products within the scope of the Low Voltage Directive, 73/23/EEC as amended are CE marked.

The product complies with the essential protection requirements of the EMC directive 89/336/EEC as amended, when installed and used as described in this manual. The requirements of the EMC Directive should be established before any installation, apparatus or machine which incorporates the product is taken into service.

A machine should not be taken into service until the machine has been declared in conformity with the provisions of the Machinery (Safety) Directive, 98/37/EEC.

CHANGES FROM PREVIOUS EDITION

Original edition:

Edition (08/01): Covers an extended range of K-series drives, also N-series drives. Adds information for a modified control board and

(05/01)

This edition:

revises the procedure for uploading drive memory contents to a PC. All reference to N-series drives removed - for information see T1964 N-series drives Instruction Sheet

Acknowledgements Microsoft Windows is a registered trademark of the Microsoft Corporation.

Publication No. T2018EN Rev. 0004 (07/06) © 2006 CONVERTEAM UK LIMITED

See over for default input/output diagram

Publication No. T2018EN Rev. 0004 (07/06) © 2006 CONVERTEAM UK LIMITED See over for default input/output

DC SUPPLY

24V RS232 link for Keypad Lamps on TB1 - + and PLC connection, cabinet door
24V
RS232 link for Keypad
Lamps on
TB1
-
+
and PLC connection,
cabinet door
9
DIGOUT
on harbour.
8
HEALTHY
1
(Update time 100 ms)
7
Isolator
6
DIGOUT
OUTPUT
5
RUNNING
2
4
3
DIGOUT
2
EARTH/ GROUND
AT SPEED
3
1
Fuses
TB2
TB20
Fan supply fuses
Frame Sizes 4-7
0 V
2
+24V Aux Input
V. Select
1
0V Aux Input
Common
To run drive, INTERLOCK
must be connected to +24V
TB3
10
+24V O/P
PLANT INTERLOCK
9
INTERLOCK
DC-
STOP
8
DIGIN 1
RUN
7
DIGIN 2
DC+
REVERSE
6
DIGIN 3
KEYPAD/REMOTE
Internal
5
DIGIN 4
Externally fitted
(open = Keypad)
Dynamic
DB Resistor
ANALOGUE REF1/2
Braking
4
DIGIN 5
(Optional)
(open = Ref. 1)
Unit
(Optional)
TRIP RESET
3
DIGIN 6
At factory default state,
Analogue References are only
available in REMOTE mode
2
+24 V O/P
BR+
1
0 Volts (digital)
Some control boards have
TB4A
5
N/C
4
CAN HI
one connector TB4 as shown
here, instead of the split
connectors TB4A and TB4B
8
HSIO +
To CAN system
3
SCN
shown in the main diagram.
2
CAN LO
TB4
1
CAN 0V
9
HSIO -
TB4B
8
HSIO+
8
HSIO
7
CAN LO
High Speed Digital I/O
7
HSIO +
6
CAN HI
6
GND
5
GND
5
GND
4
RS485 Rx-
To Programmable
4
RS485 Rx
3
RS485 Rx+
logic controller
etc.
3
RS485 Rx+
2
RS485 Tx-
2
RS485 Tx
(Optional)
1
RS485 Tx+
1
RS485 Tx+
Cabinet Boundary
TB5
12
A
+
From
11
A
-
10
B
+
Encoder
9
B
-
and
8
Z
+
U
PTC
7
Z
-
3
6
+24V
V
5
FB+
4
+5V
W
3
0V
2
FB-
1
M_PTC
U
V W
REF1: + / -10V
TB6
9
+10V
PTC
20K
Connect PTC
8
AN I/P 1+
Motor Thermistor
between:
7
AN I/P 1 -
REF2:
TB5/1 and TB5/3
6
AN I/P 2 +
4 - 20 mA
LOOP
5
AN I/P 2 -
4
-10V
METERS
To TB5
3
AN GND
Speed Feedback
2
AN O/P 1
Current
1
AN O/P 2
Feedback
FB+
20 mA
10 V
Note: a motor
thermostat can be
Set the DIP switches to
Configure the analogue
I/ O for Current or Voltage
Operation. Then refer to
menu 7, to configure the
relevant parameters.
+5 V
accommodated by
E
4
D
AN
I/ P 1
Switch settings
re-programming a
0 V
3
C
AN
I/ P 2
shown in their
digital input
OPTIONAL
2
B
AN
O/ P 1
factory default
ENCODER
state.
FB-
AN
O/ P 2
1
C
ALSPA MV3000
Ferrite Rings
(optional)
GLAND
A
description of suitable cabinet layouts,
and the need for the options, is described
in
Section 3 of this manual.
 

TB1

Digital Outputs

 

Specifications

DIGOUT 1 to 3

 

Volt-free changeover relay outputs

Max volts :

Max current :

250 Vac, 30 Vdc 3 A (resistive load)

 
 

TB2

Auxiliary Input Supply

 

Specifications

+24 V Aux input

 

Allows monitoring and programming with main power switched off.

Current, nominal (Keypad+Controller) : 500 mA

 

Current, max (all versions) :

2.2 A

 
 

TB3

Digital Inputs

 

Specifications

Pin

 

Signal

Menu 7

 

3

to 8

DIGIN 1-6

For remote control of drive – default functions are shown in the adjacent diagram.

Impedance:

Active:

Inactive:

15 kΩ +12 V to +50 V Open circuit or < 7 V

 

9

INTERLOCK

Hardware interlock – must be made to enable drive.

Impedance:

Healthy:

Unhealthy:

15 kΩ +12 V to +50 V Open circuit or < 7 V

 
 

2

& 10

+24 V O/P

User supply for peripheral equipment.

Volts range:

Max load:

+22.8 V to +25.3 V 500 mA

 

1

0 V (digital)

0 V reference of digital inputs.

Connected to earth (ground) internally

TB4 TB4A TB4B

 

Communications

 

Specifications

Pin

Pin

Pin

Signal

   

1/2

 

1/2

RS485 Tx +/– RS485 Rx +/–

Differential link for improved noise immunity (Menu 32).

0 - 2 km range. Update time 10 ms.

3/4

3/4

5

5/6

GND

Common ground for communications

Connected to earth (ground) internally.

 

1

CAN 0 V

links.

6/7

4/2

CAN HI/LO

Connection to CANopen or to

Future

 

3

SCN

expanded I/O.

 

8/9

 

7/8

HSIO +/–

High speed digital link (Menu 20). (Not available in SFE mode)

RS422 protocol, ± signal differential with respect

 

to

GND pin. Common mode 15 V

 

TB5

Encoder/PTC

 

Specifications

Pin

 

Signal

Menu 13

 

1

M_PTC

Input from motor PTC

Resistive: Trip:

P2.13 (0 Ω to

10 kΩ)

   

Reset: (Value in parameter) –0.1 kΩ

2/5

 

FB –/FB+

Encoder power supply feedback for accurate setting.

 

4/6

 

+5 V/+24 V

Power supply outputs for the encoder.

 

+5 V:

 

+24 V:

Adjustable, 4.5 - 6.5 V, 350 mA maximum Fixed, 350 mA maximum

3

0 V

Common return line for encoder power supply and the PTC.

Connected to earth (ground) internally.

7/8

 

Z–/Z+

Marker signal from encoder.

EIA RS422A, Max edge freq 1.5 MHz, see Section 3.8

9

- 12

B–/B+, A–/A+

Encoder position signals.

 

TB6

Analogue Inputs/Outputs

 

Specifications

Pin

 

Signal

Menu 7

 

1/2

 

ANOP 1 and 2

Analogue outputs 1 and 2, V or I as selected by SW1.

V

or I:

(11 bit + sign), ±5% full scale accuracy, –10 V to +10 V, 5 mA load –20 mA to +20 mA, 500 Ω load

 

V:

 

I:

3

AN GND

Analogue ground (earth) for inputs and outputs.

Connected to earth (ground) internally.

4/9

 

–10 V/+10 V to

Reference supplies for analogue inputs.

Maximum Load : 5 mA current limited

–10.5 V/+10.5 V

 

5/6

 

AN I/P 2 –/+ AN I/P 1 –/+

Differential analogue input 2 Differential analogue input 1

V

or I as selected by SW1 (11 bit + sign), ±5% full

7/8

scale accuracy:

 
   

V:

–10 V to +10 V, 100 kΩ load input

Voltage (V) or Current (I) as selected by switch SW1

impedance. –20 mA to +20 mA, 235 Ω load input impedance. Common mode volts = ±2.5 V maximum.

I:

ALSPA MV3000e K-series Drives

Documentation Structure

THIS MANUAL

(T2018EN)

OVERVIEW

&

SPECIFICATIONS

(SECTIONS 1&2)

OPTIONS AVAILABLE

(SECTION 9)

(SECTIONS 1&2) OPTIONS AVAILABLE (SECTION 9) STORAGE, HANDLING + INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
(SECTIONS 1&2) OPTIONS AVAILABLE (SECTION 9) STORAGE, HANDLING + INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

STORAGE, HANDLING

+

INSTALLATION

INSTRUCTIONS

(SECTION 3)

HANDLING + INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS (SECTION 3) HOW TO USE THE KEYPAD (SECTION 4) DEFAULT SET-UP +

HOW TO USE THE KEYPAD

(SECTION 4)

DEFAULT SET-UP

+

FLOWCHARTS FOR

GUIDED COMMISSIONING

+

SIMPLE APPLICATION EXAMPLES

(SECTION 5)

+ SIMPLE APPLICATION EXAMPLES (SECTION 5) FULL SYSTEM SOFTWARE DIAGRAMS (SECTION 5) SIMPLE

FULL SYSTEM SOFTWARE DIAGRAMS

(SECTION 5)

FULL SYSTEM SOFTWARE DIAGRAMS (SECTION 5)
FULL SYSTEM SOFTWARE DIAGRAMS (SECTION 5)

SIMPLE MAINTENANCE (SECTION 6) DIAGNOSTICS AND USE OF ON-LINE HELP (SECTION 7)

BASIC SPARES

(SECTION 8)

+

AVAILABLE OPTIONS

(SECTION 9)

+

DISPOSAL INSTRUCTIONS (SECTION 10)

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR N-SERIES DC-FED DRIVES (APPENDIX A)

OPTIONAL STAGES OF USE MANUALS BUYER'S GUIDE PLANNING + PRODUCT SELECTION OPTION MANUALS INSTALLATION EVERY
OPTIONAL
STAGES OF USE
MANUALS
BUYER'S GUIDE
PLANNING
+
PRODUCT SELECTION
OPTION MANUALS
INSTALLATION
EVERY OPTION HAS
INDIVIDUAL
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
COMMISSIONING
SOFTWARE MANUAL
(T1679EN)
DETAILED
DESCRIPTION OF
DRIVE PARAMETERS
+
USEFUL APPLICATION
PROGRAMMING
PROGRAMMING
FOR FINAL
EXAMPLES
APPLICATION
SOLUTIONS
SOFTWARE MANUAL
(T1679EN)
MAINTENANCE
DIAGNOSTIC
+
FLOWCHARTS
DIAGNOSTICS
+
EXTRA DIAGNOSTIC
INFORMATION

SPARES

+

OPTIONS

+

DISPOSAL

N-SERIES

DC-FED DRIVES

SPARES + OPTIONS + DISPOSAL N-SERIES DC-FED DRIVES (07/06) ALSPA MV3000e Getting Started Manual for K-series

Documentation Structure

ALSPA MV3000e K-series Drives

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ALSPA MV3000e K-series Drives

Overview

OVERVIEW

Section

Page

1.

Introduction

1-1

Introduces the Getting Started Manual and the ALSPA MV3000e MicroCubicle™ K-series drives.

2.

Product Data

2-1

Provides electrical and mechanical data for all K-series drives, also physical dimensions and miscellaneous data common to all the drives, such as derating information.

3.

Installation

3-1

Explains how to properly install a K-series drive, ready for commissioning. Mechanical aspects include the illustrated layout of components with regard to ventilation and EMC requirements. Electrical installation instructions include the layout of cables for EMC requirements, segregation, access to drive connectors, and connection of power and control cables.

4.

Using Menus and Parameters

4-1

Explains the system of menus and parameters which is used to configure the K-series drive during commissioning. Shows how to use the Drive Data Manager™ to navigate the menus and enter parameter values. Shows how to get on-line help.

5.

Commissioning

5-1

Explains how to configure a K-series drive to turn a motor, using factory default settings, also how to configure the drive in more detail using Guided Commissioning (simple flowcharts) and shows how to set up the drive for more advanced applications, using the Control Diagrams supplied.

6.

Preventive Maintenance

6-1

Simple maintenance procedures for keeping K-series drives serviceable.

7.

Diagnostics

7-1

What to do if the K-series drive displays a WARNING or if it TRIPS. Shows how to display Warning and Trip codes, and tabulates the meaning of these codes. Provides many diagnostic hints to help find possible faults, explains how to reset the drive and how to view a history of any previous incidents which may help with diagnosis.

8.

Spare Parts

8-1

Lists spare parts which may be obtained from the K-series drive supplier to replace faulty items. Associated Part Nos. are included.

9.

Options

9-1

Lists and briefly describes the optional equipment and manuals which can be obtained from the K-series drive supplier.

10.

Disposal

10-1

Provides disposal instructions for the K-series drive, and advises of any toxic materials and special procedures to dispose of them.

Overview

ALSPA MV3000e K-series Drives

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ALSPA MV3000e K-series Drives

Contents

CONTENTS

Section

Page

 

Safety Instructions

i

Default input/output connections

ii

Power diagram for K-series drives

iii

Documentation Structure

v

Overview

vii

Contents

ix

1.

Introduction

1-1

1.1

About this Manual

1-1

1.2

About the ALSPA MV3000 MicroCubicle TM K-series Drive

1-1

1.3

Drive Data Manager™ (Keypad)

1-2

1.4

Explanation of Product Code

1-2

1.5

Use of Metric Units

1-2

1.6

Customer Support and Training

1-2

1.7

Associated Publications

1-2

2.

Product Data

2-1

2.1

Rating Data for K-series Drives, 400 V 50 Hz Nominal Output

2-1

2.2

2.3

Rating Data for K-series Drives, 480 V 60 Hz Nominal Output

MicroCubicle TM Dimensions

2-2

2-3

2.4

Electrical and Environmental Specifications

2-4

2.5

Product Performance Data

2-5

2.6

DC Link Quality

2-5

2.7

DC Link Overvoltage Trip Levels

2-5

2.8

Acoustic Noise Levels

2-6

2.9

Standards

2-6

3.

Installation

3-1

3.1

Introduction

3-1

3.2

Receipt of Equipment

3-1

3.2.1

Inspection

3-1

3.2.2

Storage

3-1

3.2.3

Handling

3-2

3.3

Design Considerations

3-3

3.3.1

EMC Compliance

3-3

3.3.2

Supply Series Inductance

3-3

3.3.3

DC Link Resonance

3-4

3.3.4

Operating Small and Large Drives on the same DC Link

3-5

3.4

Mechanical Installation

3-5

3.4.1

Cooling and Environment

3-5

3.4.2

Clearances and Mounting Distances

3-6

3.4.3

Mounting Checklist

3-6

3.5

Electrical Installation

3-7

3.5.1

Protection devices

3-7

3.5.2

Cable Lugs and Recommended Torque Settings

3-9

3.6

Cable Selection

3-9

3.6.1

DC Supply Cable Selection

3-9

3.6.2

DC Supply Cable Screening and Segregation

3-10

3.6.3

Motor Cable Selection

3-11

3.6.4

Control, Encoder and Fan Supply Cables

3-12

3.7

Suitability of Motors and Cables

3-12

3.8

Encoders and Encoder Cables

3-13

3.9

Access to Electrical Connections

3-14

3.10

Control Connections

3-16

3.11

Power Connections - Frame Sizes 3 and 4

3-18

3.11.1

DC Supply Cables

3-18

Contents

ALSPA MV3000e K-series Drives

3.11.2

Fan Supply Cable

3-18

3.11.3

Motor Cables

3-18

3.12

Power Connections - Frame Size 6

3-20

3.12.1

DC Supply Cables

3-20

3.12.2

Fan Supply Cable

3-20

3.12.3

Motor Cables

3-20

3.13

Power Connections – Frame Size 7

3-22

3.13.1

DC Supply Cables

3-22

3.13.2

Fan Supply Cable

3-22

3.13.3

Motor Cables

3-22

4.

Using Menus and Parameters

4-1

4.1

Menu Structure Overview

4-1

4.1.1

Parameters

4-1

4.2

Use of the Drive Data Manager™ (Keypad)

4-1

4.2.1

Navigation

Key

4-1

4.2.2

Navigating Menus and Parameters

4-2

4.2.3

Editing Parameters

4-3

4.2.4

Using the Keypad HELP (?) Key

4-5

4.2.5

SHORTCUT Method of Entering a Parameter Number

4-5

4.2.6

Access to Other Menus (P1.31)

4-5

4.2.7

Keypad Removal

4-6

4.3

Keypad Harbour Status Indicators

4-7

4.4

Application Programming

4-8

4.4.1

Control Flags and Status Flags

4-8

4.4.2

Programming Digital I/O

4-10

4.4.3

Programming Analogue I/O

4-10

4.5

Security Attributes and Passwords

4-11

4.5.1

Attributes

4-11

4.5.2

Parameter

Passwords

4-11

4.6

Control Block

Diagrams

4-12

5.

Commissioning

5-1

5.1

Introduction

5-1

5.2

Installation Assumptions

5-2

5.3

Menu Structure

Overview

5-2

5.3.1

Menu

Listing

5-2

5.3.2

Menu 1

5-3

5.3.3

Default Configuration

5-6

5.3.4

Returning to Factory Default Settings

5-7

5.4

Commissioning Procedure

5-7

5.4.1

Introduction

5-7

5.4.2

Simple Start

5-8

5.4.3

Guided Commissioning Procedure

5-9

5.5

Application Programming

5-22

5.6

Control Block Diagrams

5-22

6.

Preventive Maintenance

6-1

6.1

Tools and Equipment Required

6-1

6.2

Maintenance

Schedules

6-1

7.

Diagnostics

7-1

7.1

LED Indicators

7-1

7.1.1

Fault Indication

7-1

7.2

Warnings

7-1

7.3

Trips

7-1

7.4

Viewing Warnings and Trips

7-1

7.4.1

Action in the Event of a Warning

7-2

7.4.2

Action in the event of a Trip

7-2

7.4.3

Resetting

Trips

7-2

7.4.4

Trip Fault Codes

7-2

ALSPA MV3000e K-series Drives

Contents

7.5

Using the HELP Key

7-3

7.6

Diagnostic Hints

7-4

7.6.1

Failure of Drive Firmware

7-4

7.6.2

Uploading the Drive Memory Contents to a PC

7-4

8.

Spare Parts

8-1

8.1

Pre-charge Fuses

8-1

8.1.1

Replacing Pre-charge Fuses

8-1

8.2

Spare Parts Listing

8-3

9.

Options

9-1

9.1

Optional Hardware

9-1

9.2

Optional Manuals

9-2

10.

Disposal

10-1

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ALSPA MV3000e K-series Drives

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ALSPA MV3000e K-series Drives

1. Introduction

1. Introduction

1.1 About this Manual

This Getting Started Manual provides a competent installer, familiar with the special requirements of common DC link schemes, with sufficient information to safely install, commission, operate, maintain and dispose of an MV3000e MicroCubicle TM DC-fed drive. System design aspects of a common DC link scheme are outside the scope of this manual, though some system-level issues are briefly discussed in Section 3. Detailed instructions for programming the more advanced software features are contained in the ALSPA MV3000e Software Technical Manual (T1679), which is available from Converteam as an option.

Instructions for high power modular (DELTA) based ALSPA MV3000e drives are provided in T1689, ALSPA MV DELTA, Technical Manual for MV3000e DELTA, for air-cooled drives and in T1693, ALSPA MV DELTA Liquid Cooled Drive System, for liquid cooled drives.

This manual should be regarded as part of the ALSPA MV3000e K-series drive. It should be retained for the life of the drive and passed on to any subsequent owner or user.

1.2 About the ALSPA MV3000e MicroCubicle TM K-series Drive

At the standard level, the ALSPA MV3000e K-series range of variable speed DC-fed drives are simple to use inverters for general purpose applications for ratings from 11 kW to 300 kW. At a higher level, open up the parameter menus, add fieldbus communications, hardware expansion and programming enhancement facilities, and the power of ALSPA MV3000e comes alive. Add to this universal control strategies such as frequency control (VVVF), closed

loop flux vector control and encoderless flux vector control, and ALSPA MV3000e easily manages a vast spectrum of industrial applications. A typical ALSPA MV3000e drive unit is shown in Figure 1-1, shown with the optional Drive Data Manager TM (Keypad) fitted.

the optional Drive Data Manager T M (Keypad) fitted. The ALSPA MV3000e K-series drive contains an

The ALSPA MV3000e K-series drive contains an internal solid state precharge module. This removes the need for a large DC contactor/resistor precharge system, reducing system complexity, size and cost.

1.3 Drive Data Manager™ (Keypad)

The drive can be configured for use by means of an optional Drive Data Manager TM (keypad) and a simple menu system. The keypad can be mounted directly to the front of the drive, or may be panel mounted using an optional mounting kit and connected to the drive via a cable.

1. Introduction

ALSPA MV3000e K-series Drives

1.4 Explanation of Product Code

Figure 1-1 ALSPA MV3000e Micro Cubicle™ drive with Keypad option fitted

The MicroCubicle TM K-series drives covered by this manual are listed in Tables 2-1/2-2 in Section 2. The code used to identify K-series drives is illustrated in Figure 1-2, using the code for an ALSPA MV3000e K-series drive, rated at 168 A with a nominal supply voltage of 400 V.

ALSPA

MV3000

Series

Current K-series Voltage Rating (Amps) DC-fed Rating Overload Rating Selectable 1.1/ 1.5 Standard Fan
Current
K-series
Voltage
Rating (Amps)
DC-fed
Rating
Overload Rating
Selectable 1.1/ 1.5
Standard
Fan

MV3168K4A1

Figure 1-2 ALSPA MV3000e K-series identity code

The voltage and current ratings are given in Section 2, Tables 2-1/2-2. Dimensions and weights are provided in Section 2.3.

1.5 Use of Metric Units

The ALSPA MV3000e range of drives has been designed to IEC standards using SI units. In this manual approximate values for inches and lb are also included for convenience.

1.6 Customer Support and Training

Convverteam provides comprehensive telephone technical support, application planning, service and training for customers.

Contact Converetam at the address and/or telephone numbers shown at the end of this manual.

1.7 Associated Publications

T1699

ALSPA MV3000e Buyer's Guide

The comprehensive Buyer's Guide gives detailed information for all ALSPA MV3000e products and options, including DELTA products, to help the user select suitable components for applications and systems.

T1679

ALSPA MV3000e Software Technical Manual

This manual contains detailed technical information to enable a competent user trained in drives to safely configure the ALSPA MV3000e drives for specific applications. It includes full descriptions of the menu structure and parameters, also the serial communications systems.

T1684

ALSPA MV3000e Dynamic Braking Units

ALSPA MV3000e K-series Drives

1. Introduction

Comprehensive instructions are provided to allow a competent user to install, commission, maintain the MV3DB series DB Units, and to select and install the associated braking resistors.

T1689

ALSPA MV DELTA, Technical Manual for MV3000e DELTA

T1693

ALSPA MV DELTA, Liquid Cooled Drive System

These manuals include specifications and instructions to allow a competent user trained in drives to safely install the components of ALSPA MV3000e DELTA systems to construct DELTA drives.

DELTA drives are a unique system of modular based drive units,150 kW to 1.8 MW in air-cooled versions, 600 kW to 3.6 MW in liquid cooled versions.

1. Introduction

ALSPA MV3000e K-series Drives

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ALSPA MV3000e K-series Drives

2. Product Data

2. Product Data

2.1 Rating Data for K-series Drives, 400 V 50 Hz Nominal Output

Note:

The data in Table 2-1 is correct for a switching frequency of 1.25 kHz. For data at other switching frequencies refer to Converteam.

Table 2-1 Rating data for K series drives, 400V nominal

Drive

   

DC Link

 

Motor Rating

 

Drive Output Current

Heat Losses to Cabinet

Ventilation

Auxiliary Supply

 

G

           

Nominal Power

Continuous Current (Maximum Current)

Approx. Maximum Losses

     

Model

r

a

Frame

Voltage

Current **

1.1/1.5 O/L

Capacitance

Nominal

Voltage

Nominal Power

(Approximate)

Clean Air

With Dirty

Airflow required by cabinet

Nominal

Voltage

Fuse

Rating

d

Size

1.1 O/L

1.5 O/L

1.1 O/L

1.5 O/L

1.1 O/L

1.5 O/L

Configuration

Air Kit Fitted

m 3 /h

 

e

δ

V

A

μF

V

kW

kW

HP

HP

 

A

A

kW

W

cu ft/min

V

A ‡

MV3029K4A1

 

3

             

29

     

140

85

 

MV3058K4A1

3

72/53

1500

30

22

40

29

58

(64)

44

(66)

1.0

190

140

85

MV3071K4A1

3

88/72

2250

37

30

50

40

71

(78)

58

(87)

1.2

200

140

85

MV3105K4A1

4

130/107

3300

55

45

74

60

105

(116)

86 (129)

1.4

230

255

150

2

510 – 630

400

       

400

                       

MV3140K4A1

S

4

(NOMINAL)

176/130

3750

@50Hz

75

55

101

74

140

(154)

105

(158)

2.2

260

255

150

@50Hz

2

T

(380V

         

(380V

                       

MV3168K4A1

D

6

450-755*

210/176

5500

to

90

75

121

101

168

(185)

140

(210)

2.7

330

680

400

to

4

(LIMIT)

440V

         

440V

                       

MV3244K4A1

6

 

306/256

6600

 

132

110

177

147

244

(269)

204

(306)

3.6

380

680

400

 

4

MV3364K4A1

6

462/370

9900

200

160

268

214

364

(401)

292

(438)

5.0

440

680

400

4

MV3449K4A1

7

576/462

11

000

250

200

335

268

449

(494)

364

(546)

5.8

540

850

500

4

MV3503K4A1

7

645/576

13

200

280

250

375

335

503

(554)

449

(674)

6.7

550

850

500

4

* These DC supply voltages are absolute limits. If there is ripple on the supply, it must not cause excursions outside these limits. See also Section 2.5.

δ GRADE

STD = Standard AC Voltage Grade (P99.11 = 0) (Default value)

** For fusing notes see Section 3.5.1.

.Overload (O/L) ratings - Selectable by parameter P99.02 (P1.29)

These are heat losses from the MicroCubicle TM .

OUTPUT DE-RATING

‡ For each drive on the common DC supply.

1.1

rating = 1.1 overload, i.e. 1.1 x full load current

(P99.02 = 1)

ALTITUDE:

Nominal 0 to 1000 m, above 1000 m de-rate 7.3% per 1000 m to a maximum of 2000 m.

1.5

rating = 1.5 overload, i.e. 1.5 x full load current

(P99.02 = 0)

TEMPERATURE: Nominal 0 ο C to 40 ο C, above 40 ο C de-rate 2.5% per ο C to a maximum of 50 ο C.

Section 2.8 gives maximum permitted overload repetition rate.

2. Product Data

ALSPA MV3000e K-series Drives

2.2 Rating Data for K-series Drives, 480 V 60 Hz Nominal Output

Note:

The data in Table 2-2 is correct for a switching frequency of 1.25 kHz. For data at other switching frequencies refer to Converteam.

Table 2-2 Rating data for K-series drives, 480 V 60 Hz nominal output

Drive

   

DC Link

 

Motor Rating

Drive Output Current

Heat Losses to Cabinet

Ventilation

Auxiliary Supply

 

G

         

Nominal Power

 

Continuous Current (Maximum Current)

Approx. Maximum Losses

     

Model

r

a

Frame

Voltage

Current **

1.1/1.5 O/L

Capacitance

Nominal

Voltage

(Approximate)

Nominal Power

Clean Air

With Dirty

Airflow required by cabinet

Nominal

Voltage

Fuse

Rating

d

Size

1.1 O/L

1.5 O/L

1.1 O/L

1.5 O/L

1.1 O/L

1.5 O/L

Configuration

Air Kit Fitted

m 3 /h

 

e

δ

V

A

μF

V

kW

kW

HP

HP

 

A

A

kW

W

cu ft/min

V

A ‡

MV3027K5A1

 

3

             

27

     

140

85

 

MV3065K5A1

3

81/65

1500

37

30

50

40

65

(72)

52

(78)

1.1

230

140

85

MV3077K5A1

4

96/81

2200

45

37

60

50

77

(85)

65

(98)

1.4

250

255

150

2

MV3124K5A1

4

620 - 750

159/120

3300

480

75

56

100

75

124

(137)

96 (144)

2.0

290

255

150

480

2

S

(NOMINAL)

@ 60 Hz

     

@ 60 Hz

MV3180K5A1

T

6

236/198

5500

(460 V

112

93

150

125

180

(198)

156

(234)

2.8

380

680

400

(460 V

4

D

500 - 850 *

to

525 V)

         

to

525 V)

                       

MV3302K5A1

 

6

(LIMIT)

391/314

7700

187

149

250

200

302

(332)

240

(360)

4.2

440

680

400

4

MV3361K5A1

7

468/391

8800

 

224

187

300

250

361

(397)

302

(453)

5.0

530

850

500

 

4

MV3414K5A1

7

545/468

9900

261

224

350

300

414

(456)

361

(542)

5.7

550

850

500

4

MV3477K5A1

7

623/545

12 100

298

261

400

350

477

(525)

414

(621)

6.9

580

850

500

4

* These DC supply voltages are absolute limits. If there is ripple on the supply, it must not cause excursions outside these limits. See also Section 2.5.

δ GRADE

STD = Standard AC Voltage Grade (P99.11 = 0) (Default value)

** For fusing notes see Section 3.5.1.

.Overload (O/L) ratings - Selectable by parameter P99.02 (P1.29)

These are heat losses from the MicroCubicle TM .

OUTPUT DE-RATING

‡ For each drive on the common DC supply.

1.1

rating = 1.1 overload, i.e. 1.1 x full load current

(P99.02 = 1)

ALTITUDE:

Nominal 0 to 1000 m, above 1000 m de-rate 7.3% per 1000 m to a maximum of 2000 m.

1.5

rating = 1.5 overload, i.e. 1.5 x full load current

(P99.02 = 0)

TEMPERATURE: Nominal 0 ο C to 40 ο C, above 40 ο C de-rate 2.5% per ο C to a maximum of 50 ο C.

Section 2.8 gives maximum permitted overload repetition rate.

ALSPA MV3000e K-series Drives

2. Product Data

2. Product Data

2.3 MicroCubicle TM Dimensions

Table 2-1 Spacer

Table 2-2 Spacer

TOP

VIEW

A

M Dimensions Table 2-1 Spacer Table 2-2 Spacer TOP VIEW A B 130 O max 310
B 130 O max 310 O max
B
130 O
max
310 O
max

FRONT

VIEW

F
F
2-2 Spacer TOP VIEW A B 130 O max 310 O max FRONT VIEW F 20
2-2 Spacer TOP VIEW A B 130 O max 310 O max FRONT VIEW F 20

20 mm

C

DRAWING NOT TO SCALE

Template drilling dimensions for mounting are provided in Section 3.5.

E D
E
D

Figure 2-1 MicroCubicle TM dimensions

Table 2-3 MicroCubicle TM physical dimensions

   

Dimensions

   

Frame

mm (in)

Weight

Size

 

A

 

B

 

C

 

D

 

E

F (max)

 

kg (lb)

3

170

(6.7)

350

(13.8)

600

(23.7)

60 (2.37)

110

(4.33)

149

(5.9)

27.0

(59.4)

4

255

(10.0)

370

(14.6)

789

(31.2)

145

(5.7)

110

(4.33)

204

(8.0)

45.0

(99.0)

6

430

(17.0)

420

(16.6)

873

(34.4)

320

(12.6)

110

(4.33)

316

(12.4)

100.5 (221.1)

7

485

(19.1)

450

(17.8)

1155 (45.5)*

372

(14.7)

110

(4.33)

350

(13.8)

156 (344.0)

* Overall height, including keypad harbour overhang

2. Product Data

ALSPA MV3000e K-series Drives

2.4 Electrical and Environmental Specifications

Table 2-4 Electrical and environmental data

Storage

Temperature range

–25 o C to +55 o C (–13 o F to +130 o F)

 

Relative humidity

5% to 95%, non-condensing

 

Altitude

Not critical below 40 o C (+104 o F)

Transport

Temperature range

–25 o C to +70 o C (–13 o F to +158 o F)

 

Relative humidity

95%, non-condensing

 

Altitude

Not critical below 40 o C (+104 o F)

 

Vibration, drop

IEC 60721-3-2 Class 2M1

Operating

Altitude (max.)

1000 m, 1000 m to 2000 m with derating, Refer to Tables 2-1/2-2

 

Temperature range

0 o C to 40 o C (+32 o F to +104 o F); 40 o C to 50 o C (+104 o F to +122 o F) with derating, Refer to Tables 2-1/2-2

 

Relative humidity

5% to 95%, non-condensing

 

Vibration

IEC 60721-3-3 Class 3M1 & EN50178

 

Cooling air (pollution and dust)

Pollution Degree 2 (IEC 60664-1) i.e. clean, free from dust, condensation and conductive or corrosive gases. If optional dirty air kit is fitted, the main heatsink can be exposed to unfiltered air that does not contain corrosive, conductive or explosive dust or gases.

 

Acoustic noise

Refer to Section 2.8

Ingress protection

IP20, (NEMA 1). Loose items are IP00 (unprotected). IP21 with Drip Option

Insulation

EN 50178:

 

TN or TT network: Overvoltage Category lll. IT network: Overvoltage Category ll.

Switching frequency (default)

1.25 kHz for all Drives

Output

Overload current

50% or 10% for one minute, as selected, with a maximum of six equally spaced overloads in any hour.

ALSPA MV3000e K-series Drives

2. Product Data

2.5 Product Performance Data

Table 2-5 Product performance data

Frequency

Resolution

0.01%

 

Control accuracy

0.1%

Speed

Resolution

0.01%

 

Accuracy (absolute)

0.01%

 

FREQUENCY CONTROL (VVVF)

ENCODERLESS

FLUX VECTOR

FLUX VECTOR

WITH ENCODER

Speed Control Range

 

50 : 1

50 : 1

>1000 : 1

Speed Control Bandwidth

 

N/A

20 Rad/s

100 Rad/s

Torque Control Bandwidth

 

< 1 Rad/s

> 500 Rad/s

> 500 Rad/s

Torque Control Accuracy

 

10 %

10 %

5 %

Speed Control Accuracy

 

1 %

0.5 %

0.02 %

2.6 DC Link Quality

To prevent undue stress to the electrolytic capacitors, the applied peak to peak ripple must be no greater than that produced by a six-pulse diode rectifier with a 2.2% AC line reactor operating from a 50-60 Hz nominal supply. When connected, the ripple will be reduced as a result of the in-built DC link capacitance.

To ensure correct operation of the drive, the mean value of the DC link voltage must be within the nominal range given in Tables 2-1and 2-2. Additionally it must be set at such a value that the ripple will not cause excursions outside those limits. These conditions must be fulfilled under all loading conditions including overloads and no load.

2.7 DC Link Overvoltage Trip Levels

When a motor is braked, power is returned to the drive and the DC link voltage rises. The drive is programmed to trip if the DC link voltage rises to an excessive level. The trip level is set for the nominal motor voltage and is given in Table 2-6.

Table 2-6 DC link overvoltage trip levels

Nominal Motor Voltage

400 V

480 V

784

882

Overvoltage Trip Setting ±5 V

2. Product Data

ALSPA MV3000e K-series Drives

2.8 Acoustic Noise Levels

Table 2-7 Acoustic Noise

Frame size

Maximum noise level 1.0 m (39.4 in) in any direction from the drive dBA

3

63

4

66

6

76

*

7

80

*

2.9 Standards

* Refer to WARNING in Section 5.

The ALSPA MV3000e drive complies with the standards listed below.

Safety

EN 50178 ANSI / UL508C CAN/CSA C22.2-14

Electronic equipment for use in power installations. Power conversion equipment. Industrial control equipment, industrial products.

Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)

EN 61800-3

Adjustable speed electrical power drive systems:

(IEC 61800-3)

Part 3 – EMC product standard including specific test methods.

In particular, this includes the following immunity requirements:

IEC 61000-4-2

Electrostatic discharge

6 kV contact discharge

 

8

kV air discharge

IEC 61000-4-3

Electromagnetic field

20 MHz – 1 GHz, 10 V/m

IEC 61000-4-4

Electrical fast

2 kV

transient/burst

IEC 61000-4-5

Surge

1 kV line-line

Ratings/Performance

2 kV line-earth

EN 61800-2

Adjustable speed electrical power drive

(IEC 61800-2)

systems:

Part 2 – General requirements - Rating specifications for low voltage adjustable frequency power drive systems.

EN 60146-1-1

Semiconductor converters. General requirements

(IEC 60146-1-1)

and line commutated converters.

ALSPA MV3000e K-series Drives

3. Installation

3.1 Introduction

3. Installation

This section covers everything which should be considered for the successful installation of an ALSPA MV3000e drive, to ensure long and trouble-free operation. Proceed as follows:

Buyers Section 3.2 Guide Section 3.1 Receiving and Choose the storage appropriate drive Introduction to
Buyers
Section 3.2
Guide
Section 3.1
Receiving and
Choose the
storage
appropriate drive
Introduction to
information,
for the
Section 3
including long
application
term storage
Section 3.3
Sections 3.5
to 3.13
Section 3.4
Compliance with EMC
requirements
Details of
+
electrical
installation
requirements,
including
Positioning and
mounting of the
drives, including
all environmental
considerations
A typical cabinet layout,
showing the considerations
needed for a sound EMC
installation
Continue
fuses, cable
to
lugs and
Section 4
physical
connections to
the drive

3.2 Receipt of Equipment

3.2.1 Inspection

Check the contents of the complete consignment against the Delivery Note for any damage, shortages or loss in transit. If any item is found to be damaged or missing, contact Converteam at the address/telephone number shown at the end of this manual, quoting the following details:

• List of damaged or missing items with names and part numbers.

• Description of damage.

• Delivery Note numbers and dates, and order and item numbers.

3.2.2 Storage

If the equipment is not to be installed immediately:

• Re-pack it in its original packaging material. If this is not possible it should be enclosed in polythene sheet to protect it from the ingress of dust.

• Store it in a clean, dry atmosphere, preferably at room temperature, ensuring that the storage environment meets the requirements of Section 2.4.

• If the drive is stored for longer than five years, the DC link capacitors must be re-formed before using the drive. Contact Converteam at the address shown at the end of this manual.

3. Installation

ALSPA MV3000e K-series Drives

• If the drive is unpacked in a warm environment condensation may occur. Should condensation be seen, the drive should not be used until its temperature has stabilised to that of the working environment.

3.2.3 Handling