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    How to troubleshoot an Over Heating Fault (OHF) on an Altivar Process Drive.

    Issue:
    How to troubleshoot an Over Heating Fault (OHF) on an Altivar Process Drive.

    Product Line:
    Altivar Process Drive (ATV630, ATV930, ATV650, ATV950, ATV660, ATV960, ATV680, ATV980)

    Environment:
    All serial numbers for Altivar Process Drive

    Cause:
    The OHF fault trip when drive thermal state " THD” reaches 118%, and it can be reset when the drive thermal state is less than 90%.
    Read THD to know the drive state. [Display] [Drive parameters] [Drive Therm State]

    Resolution:
    OHF - Over Heating Fault


    IP21/IP55 (ATVx30 and ATVx50)
    • Check to make sure heatsink fans are running.
      • If fans are not running check following:
        • Check Fan Management [Complete settings] [Maintenance] [Fan management]
          • Standard - Fan runs when drive is running (Default Setting)
          • Always - Fan runs when drive is powered on
          • Economy - Fan runs when necessary (According to drive thermal state)
            • When the drive thermal state (THD) or DC choke thermal state reach 70% the fan will start. The fan stops when THD is below 60% and DC choke thermal state is below 40%.
          • To test fan set to Always and see if it runs
        • Check fan ventilation for blockage
          • Remove fan carefully and make sure nothing obstructing the fan blades from rotating. (Document attached)
        • Apply necessary fan voltage to test fan and see if works.
          • Use external power supply to test fan if possible. Should use 24 vdc power supply.
          • If fan runs, fan is good and possible bad power board or other internal component in the drive. May need to further troubleshoot drive or replace it.
          • If fan does not run the fan is bad and would need to be replaced. List of fan part number below.
     


    Drive Systems (ATVx60 and ATVx80)
    • Check to make sure heatsink fans are running.
    • Check 48 V Supply Board
      • Fan is power from Supply Board with 48 vdc coming in
      • Supply Board is powered with 460 Vac input power
    Fan Part Numbers:
    • VX5VPM001 - Fan Kit, Connection Cables
    • VX5XPM002 - DC-Supply for Fan
    • VX5VPM003 - Enclosure Door Fan
    • VX4XPMC1180N4 - Fan Supply Board
    The same part numbers for all Drive Systems but the quantity needed maybe different.

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