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    Video: How do I set up Sleep/Wake Up function on the Altivar Process Drive?

    Issue:
    How do I set up Sleep/Wake Up function on the Altivar Process Drive?

    Product Line:
    Altivar Process Drive for 600 and 900 series

    Environment:
    All serial numbers for Altivar Process Drive

    Resolution:



    Sleep/Wake-Up in PID Control Mode
    When the drive is used in PID control, one of the following conditions is used to switch the application to
    the sleep state:
    Sleep on low speed (when all fixed pumps are Off in case of a multi-pump application).
    Sleep on low sleep sensor value (using flow sensor for monitoring).
    Sleep on low motor power (when all fixed pumps are Off in case of a multi-pump application).
    Sleep on external condition (using drive input).
    The drive is in "PID control mode" when PID is active. (See FA290803 on how to configure PID control)
    When the drive is in a sleep state, a wake-up condition is used to restart the application:
     Wake-up on PID Feedback level
     Wake-up on PID Error level
     

    [Complete settings] [Pump functions] [Sleep/Wake up] [Sleep menu]
    [Sleep Detect Mode] SLPM
    • [Switch] -  System enters in sleep mode on switch condition
    • [Sensor] - System enters in sleep mode on sensor condition
    • [Speed] -  System enters in sleep mode on speed condition
    • [Power] - System enters in sleep mode on power condition
     
    [Sleep Switch Assign] SLPW           [Sleep Detect Mode] SLPM set to ~> [Switch]
    Select an external condition to enter in sleep mode (for example, flow switch).

    [Inst. Flow Assign.] FS1A                 [Sleep Detect Mode] SLPM set to ~> [Sensor]
    This is controlled by an analog/pulse input signal. For configurations of the Analog input assignments reference the user manual Document EAV64318.

    [Sleep Min Speed] SLSL                   [Sleep Detect Mode] SLPM set to ~> [Speed]
    Speed level under which the system should enter the sleep mode (low speed)

    [Sleep Power Level] SLPr                 [Sleep Detect Mode] SLPM set to ~> [Speed]
    Power level under which the system should enter the sleep mode.
     
    [Sleep Delay] SLPd
    Sleep or time delay.
     
    For additional sleep functions reference the user manual Document EAV64318.
     
    [Complete settings] [Pump functions] [Sleep/Wake up] [Wake up menu]
    [Wake Up Mode] WUPM
    • [Feedback] -  Wake-Up on PID feedback level
    • [Error] -  Wake-Up on PID error level
    [Wake Up Press Level] WUPF
    Wake-up pressure level.

    [WUP Press. Error] WUPE
    Wake-up pressure error level.
     
    Note:  This parameters can only be accessed if the [Sleep Detect Mode] SLPN is turned on

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