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Visit our download center below. Detailed information on the use of cookies on this website is provided in our Privacy Policy. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Find out more here. Version Review Description V5.8X First edition. Setting P0000 Access to Parameters 0 to 9999 P0001 Speed Reference 0 to 18000 rpm 16-1 P0002 Motor Speed 0 to 18000 rpm 16-1 P0003. Setting P0092 Speed At Last Fault 0 to 18000 rpm 16-14 P0093 Reference Last Fault 0 to 18000 rpm 16-14 P0094 Frequency Last Fault 0.0 to 1020.0 Hz 16-14 P0095. Setting P0151 DC Regul.Setting P0185 DC Link Regul.Setting P0813 Temper.Setting P1028 SoftPLC Parameter 19 -32768 to 32767 18-1 P1029 SoftPLC Parameter 20 -32768 to 32767 18-1 P1030 SoftPLC Parameter 21 -32768 to 32767 18-1 P1031 SoftPLC Parameter 22. Imbalance or in the input power supply. Input Phase Loss Note: For the Frame Size E: - If the motor is unloaded or operating with reduced. A133 Alarm indicating that the power supply was not Broken or loose cable. CAN Not Powered connected to the CAN controller. Operation with frequencies Profibus DP Interface in Clear Mode F239 Offline Profibus DP Interface F240 Profibus DP Module Access Error A300 High temperature alarm measured with the High ambient temperature and high output current. Blocked or defective fan. V B3 Fins of the book heatsink too dirty, impairing the air flow. High current at the inverter output (see figure 8.1 of the (10) High Load at IGBT V B2 CFW-11M user's manual). F358 Overload fault at book 2 V phase IGBT. Bad electric connection between the DC bus and the (10) Current Unbalance at It indicates a 20 % unbalance in the current power unit. Phase V B1 distribution between this phase and the smallest Bad electric connection between the power unit output. Bad electric connection between the DC bus and the (10) Current Unbalance at It indicates a 20 % unbalance in the current power unit.

It has been developed to be used by qualified personnel with suitable training or technical qualification for operating this type of equipment. This manual must be used together with the CFW-11 user's manual. The text intents to supply additional information to facilitate the use and programming of the CFW-11 in specific applications. Keypad (HMI): Human-Machine Interface; It is the device that allows the control of the motor, the visualization and the modification of the inverter parameters. It presents a navigation manner similar to the one used in cell phones, with options to access the parameters sequentially or by means of groups (menu). In the detailed description, some parameters present values in parentheses, which must be adjusted in the inverter for using the 50 Hz frequency. Table 5.1 - CFW-11 parameter groups structure Level 0 Level 1. Presented in details in the CFW-11 user's manual at section 5.2.3 - Setting Basic Application Parameters SELF-TUNING. It is important to configure them with the correct date and time so that the fault and alarm record occurs with actual date and time information. Higher values configure a higher contrast level. 5.5 DATE AND TIME SETTING Seq. In order to make it easier the reading of the motor main parameters, the keypad (HMI) display can be configured to show them in 3 different modes. Content of the 3 parameters in numerical form: Selection of the parameters via P0205, P0206 and P0207. Refer to the table present in the section 2.4 - Identification Labels for the CFW-11, of the CFW-11 user's manual and in the section 2.6 - How to Specify the CFW-11M Model (Smart Code), of the CFW-11M user's manual. In case of modules connected in the slots 3, 4 or 5, the code will be shown through the parameter P0028. Table 6.1 on page 6-3 shows the codes shown in those parameters, regarding the main CFW-11 accessories. Example: For a 10 V, 380.

480 V CFW-11, with RFI suppressor filter, without safety relay and without external 24 V supply, the hexadecimal code presented in the keypad (HMI) for the parameter P0029 is C544 (refer to the Table 6.7. The inverter switching frequency can be adjusted according to the needs of the application. Refer to the CFW-11 user's manual chapter 8 - Technical Specifications, nom-ND nom-HD for more details regarding these operation regimens. Besides, there is a function exclusive for software update, by means of the FLASH Memory Module. The CFW11 goes into the “CONF” state, which is indicated on the HMI. As long as the keypad (HMI) is performing the reading or the writing procedure, it will not be possible to operate it. The overvoltage on the DC link is more common when a load with high inertia is driven or when a short deceleration time is programmed. In order to activate it, one must reduce the value of P0151 as suggested in the Table 9.2 on page 9-13. The efficiency is increased by reducing the motor flux, which is kept saturated for any load value. The function is active when the applied load is smaller than the value set in P0588, and the motor effective speed is higher than the value set in P0589. Refer to the Figure 10.1 on page 10-2 block diagram.The suggested value is valid for three-phase, IV pole WEG motors. For other motor types the setting must be done manually.The necessary settings for the good operation of the sensorless vector control are done automatically. Therefore the used motor must be connected to the CFW-11 inverter. 11-1. The frequency range for operation is 12:1, i.e., from 5 Hz to 60 Hz for 60 Hz rated frequency motors and from 4.2 Hz to 50 Hz for. When this function is activating, the motor flux is controlled in a way to reduce their electric losses on slow speeds. NOTE! The motor rated current must be equivalent to the CFW-11 rated current, in order that the torque control has the best possible accuracy.

Settings for the torque control: Torque limitation: 1. In the DC braking case, only the losses in the motor rotor are used to dissipate the energy stored as the mechanic load inertia, rejecting the total friction losses. In the Guided Start-up routine the value adjusted in P0401 automatically modifies the parameters related to the motor overload protection, according to the Table 11.2 on page 11-14. In the sensorless vector control mode, the maximum typical values for proportional gain P0161 must not be greater than 9.0. Its standard value is defined in the condition of the nominal supply voltage.The P0410 value is obtained from a table, valid for WEG motors up to 12 poles. NOTE! Therefore P0410 must be equal to zero before initiating the self-tuning.Therefore, the motor rotor inertia (table data valid for WEG motors), the inverter rated voltage and current are taken into consideration. For motors larger than 500 CV, contact WEG.The P0413 setting determines the speed regulator gains (P0161 and P0162).The adjustment is expressed as a percentage of the motor nominal torque current. The positive torque occurs when the motor drives the load in the clockwise direction, or the load drives the motor in the counterclockwise direction. During the braking, the time of the deceleration ramp is automatically extended, thus avoiding an overvoltage fault (F022). The setting of the DC link regulation can be done in two manners: 1. Therefore press motor speed. Whenever possible the Self- Tuning must be carried out.The motor will reaccelerate, following the adjusted ramp, from the actual speed value to the value defined by the speed reference (P0001) (refer to the Figure 12.8 on page 12-17). INJECTION OF DIRECT CURRENT AT STARTING Motor Speed. ATTENTION! The DC Braking may continue active after the motor has already stopped. Be careful with the motor thermal sizing for short period cyclic braking. The programmed current level is a percentage of the inverter rated current.

When the value is changed to 1 (Concluded), it indicates that the zero search function was executed, and this function returns to the state of Inactive, although P0191 continues equal to one (Active). The state of each input is considered as one digit in the sequence where DI1 represents the least significant digit. Example: In case the sequence 10100010 is presented on the keypad (HMI), it will correspond to the following status of the DIs: Table 13.8 - Digital inputs status. Thus, the Total Reference becomes the input of the Torque Current Regulator. Refer to the Figure 11.1 on page 11-2 Figure 11.2 on page 11-4. PLC use: When this option is selected it will not take any action for the CFW-11. It can be used as a remote input for the PLC11 board or for communication networks. This parameter is also used by the functions of the digital and relay outputs, and by the PID regulator.It must be set according to the used braking resistor rated power (in kW). Refer to the CFW-11 user's manual chapter 6 - Troubleshooting and Maintenance and the section Quick Parameter Reference, Faults and Alarms of this manual to obtain more information regarding the Faults and Alarms. The faults F051, F078, F156, F301, F304, F307, F310, F313, F316, F319, F322, F325, F328, F331, F334, F337, F340 and F343 allow a conditional Reset, i.e., the Reset will only occur if the temperature gets back to the normal operation range. If after Auto-Reset, the same fault is repeated three times consecutively, the Auto-Reset function will be disabled. Refer to the parameter P0159 in this section. The details on the actuation of the available options are in the Table 15.4 on page 15-12. The options available for the setting of this parameter are the following: Table 15.5 - Options of the parameter P0352. In order to configure the desired protection, set P0353 according to the table below. Table 15.6 - Options of the parameter P0353 P0353 Action. F185 fault will not be generated.

If defined as 1, only fault F062 will occur. The rupture of the cable that connects the sensor to the IOE-0x module may cause any of those actions, depending on the selected option. Refer to the Figure 3.1 on page 3-2. The description of each state is presented in the next table.The electric motor are inductive loads and, therefore, consumes reactive power. NOTE! This parameter has no function in mechanics of Modular Drive. The counting can be increased from 0 to 40000 (Hourly turn) or decreased from 40000 to 0 (rotate Counterclockwise).It indicates up to 65535 kWh, and then it gets back to zero.The parameters regarding the communication are explained next. For a detailed description, refer to the Anybus-CC communication manual, available in www.weg.net. 17.4 PROFIBUS DP INTERFACE P0740 - Profibus Comm.For a detailed description, refer to the communication manual of the used interface. These manuals are available in www.weg.net. For more details regarding the programming of those functions in the CFW-11, refer to the CFW-11 SoftPLC manual. The parameters related to the SoftPLC are described next. The full range of the variables selectable as trigger is presented in the next table. Table 19.1 - Full scale of the variables selectable as trigger Variable Full Scale Speed Reference. The range from 0 to 100 % indicates that from 0 to 15 KB are available for the Trace Function. The options are the same that are available at P0550.These parameters and the points acquired by the Trace Function are not saved when the inverter is powered off. There are two possibilities for P0572 to P0575 being null: - No acquisition was performed after the inverter power on, or. NOTE! In order that the PID function works properly, it is fundamental to verify if the inverter is configured correctly to drive the motor at the desired speed. Refer to the Figure 20.2 on page 20-4.

In many PID applications energy is wasted by keeping the motor turning at the minimum speed when, for instance, the pressure or the tank level keeps increasing. The equations that characterize the Academic PID, which is the base of this function algorithm, are presented next. The transfer function in the Academic PID regulator frequency dominion is:. The CFW-11 is prepared to drive Wmagnet line motors, which present a salient pole construction (interior magnets). The inverter switching frequency can be adjusted according to the needs of the application. When the speed regulator is positively or negatively saturated, then P0169 and P0170 limit the torque current, respectively.For PM motor control the adjustable range goes from 0 to 18000 rpm. If this information is not available, use the factory setting.Sequence for the installation, verification, and start-up: a) Install the inverter according to the CFW-11 user's manual chapter 3 - Installation and Connection - wiring all the power and control connection. Except for the F079 (Encoder fault) reset, which could occur with the motor shaft in movement; however, the motor must be stopped in order to avoid operation problems after the fault reset. Discover everything Scribd has to offer, including books and audiobooks from major publishers. Start Free Trial Cancel anytime. Report this Document Download Now Save Save WEG Cfw11 Programming Manual 0899.5620 3.1x Manual. For Later 0 ratings 0% found this document useful (0 votes) 94 views 298 pages WEG Cfw11 Programming Manual 0899.5620 3.1x Manual English Uploaded by RynoJoubert Description: Programming Manual Full description Save Save WEG Cfw11 Programming Manual 0899.5620 3.1x Manual.

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