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    How do you set up the ATV12 drive to start and stop with terminal inputs and use the local knob as speed control?

    Issue:
    How do you set up the ATV12 drive to start and stop with terminal inputs and use the local knob as speed control?

    Product Line:
    Altivar ATV12

    Environment:
    All

    Cause:
    Wants to do 2 wire start stop control on the terminal inputs and use the local knob for speed control.

    Resolution:
    Programming
    1st put the drive in local control mode by holding the MOD button for 3 seconds. 3 leds on the display are flashing one two three one two three.
    2nd once you are in local mode you will now need to hold down ESC for 3 seconds to get the drive into a local programming mode. 3 leds are now flashing all three at once.
    now you can program the drive.
    With the drive in a RDY state,  Push enter and scroll down to ConF enter
    scroll down and find FULL enter
    scroll down find CTL menu enter
    Fr1= A1U1 enter
    CHCF= SEP enter
    CD1= term enter
    Hold the ESC button for 3 seconds until the  three Leds are flashing one two three again

    Now LI1 is start for 2 wire control and the local knob will be the speed control.
     

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