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72.0 g

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3.3 cm

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7.8 cm

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12 cm

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814.0 g

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14 cm

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12 cm

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15.8 cm

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25.4 cm

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34.8 cm

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44.5 cm
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Do the Micrologic 6.0A, 6.0P, and 6.0H trip units have a ground fault test button? If so, where is it?

Does the MICROLOGIC 6.0A / 6.0P / 6.0H trip unit have a ground fault test button and where is it?

Product Line:
Circuit Breakers

The Micrologic 6.0A, 6.0P and 6.0H trip units have a ground fault test button on the front of the trip unit that can be used to satisfy NEC230-95(c). The button is white with a ``T`` in the center of it, and is located between the Ii Instantaneous adjustment dial and the port for the secondary injection test kit cable. See the picture below showing the test button and the instructions below for the testing procedure to meet NEC230-95 (c). The latest requirements may require primary injection testing to verify the operation of the ground fault circuit. Your local inspector will indicate if this is required.

Equipment Ground-Fault Trip Functions Testing
Paragraph 230-95 (c) of the National Electrical Code requires that all equipment ground fault protection systems be tested when first installed. With the circuit breaker closed, test the ground fault trip functions. For instructions on how to close circuit breaker, refer to the circuit breaker installation instructions shipped with the circuit breaker. As of the 2017 NEC230-95(c), the ground fault system needs to primary injection tested. The Test button as described below is no longer accepted for the initial acceptance testing. However, if subsequent testing is desired, the Test button can be used.

Testing ground fault trip with the T test button
1. Make sure the trip unit is powered (it is powered when the trip unit screen shows a display). This can be done by either of the following methods:
  • Apply 24 Vdc to terminals F1 and F2 on the green terminal strip on top of the trip unit (F2 positive). The trip unit will be powered all the time.
  • Connect the trip unit to the Full Funciton Test Kit or Hand Held Test Kit. When the test kit is turned on, the trip unit is powered. 
2. Press the T ground fault test button. Circuit breaker should trip.
3. If circuit breaker does not trip, contact the local field office. 

Trip unit picture showing test button

Video: Configuring Current Parameters on Altivar 32 & Altivar 320 Drives

How low can I set the amperage settings on the ATV32 and ATV320 drives?

Product Line:
ATV32, ATV320

All serial numbers for ATV32 and ATV320

On the ATV32 and ATV320 drives, there are 3 amperage settings (nCr, iTH, and CLI)
nCr (Motor Rated Current) - 0.25 to 1.5 In (1) - According to drive rating and [Standard mot. freq] (bFr)
iTH (Motor Thermal Current) - 0.2 to 1.5 In (1) - According to drive rating
CLI (Current Limitation) - 0 to 1.5 In (1)

*In - Drive rated current


What is the operating voltage tolerance, catalog numbers, and clearing times for the Masterpact NT and NW shunt trip and shunt close coils?

What is the operating voltage tolerance, catalog numbers, and clearing times for the Masterpact NT and NW shunt trip and shunt close coils?

Product Line:
Masterpact NT NW

Shunt trip: operating threshold is 0.7x to 1.1x Vn (nominal voltage)
Shunt close: operating threshold is 0.85x to 1.1x Vn
Catalog numbers are the same for MX and MN (shunt trip and shunt close) devices; function is determined by placement in the breaker.
Voltage (V) at 50/60 HzT-, W-, & Y-Frame FixedT-Frame DrawoutW- & Y-Frame Drawout
12 DCS47359S33809S48490
24-30 AC/DCS47360S33810S48491
48-60 AC/DCS47361S33811S48492
100-130 AC/DCS47362S33812S48493
200-240 AC/DCS47363S33813S48494
277 ACS47364S33814S48495
380-480 ACS47365S33815S48496

MX operating time at Vn:  50 ms ±10 (NW and NT)
XF operating time at Vn:  
70 ms ±10 (NW ≤ 4000 A)
80 ms ±10 (NW > 4000 A)
55 ms (NT)

NOTE:  Shunt trip (MX) and shunt close (XF) circuits must be energized for a minimum of 200 ms. In other words, don't use an impulse signal. Use a signal of at least 200 ms.

Bacnet communication setup for ATV61 drive

How do you configure the ATV61 for BACnet communications?

Product Line:
Altivar 61 with optional BACnet option card.


BACnet setup assistance.

ATV61 implementation of BACnet:


New Part # VW3A3319 after 2011

Old Part # VW3A3315 before 2011

Compatible with the ATV61 only.  Will not work on an ATV71!

Requires V1.2 or higher software version inside the ATV61.

The new VW3A3319 option card has the preferred 4 pin screw terminal connector.
Pinouts for the new card.
A= -
B= +

The old VW3A3315 option card has a female DB9 connector.  This is not common in the BACnet world and causes problems on many installations.  Recommend Phoenix contact part # SUBCON-PLUS ref 2761389 or equal.


Pin 3 is -

Pin 4 is Ground (actually signal common)

Pin 7 is +

Option card also has 2 "Polarization switches".  These are used to connect the Pull Up and Pull Down resistors on the option card.  Only one device on the RS485 network needs to have these resistors connected in the circuit, and normally that is the controller.  Under normal conditions, leave them both in the Lower position (closer to the heat sink of the drive) unless there are network connection/reliability issues.

There are 8 DIP switches used to set the Address.  Acceptable addresses are between 1 and 127.  The address setting can be read via the keypad in menu 1.9.

Programming in the Drive:

Configuration is done under Menu 1.9: Communications, under the BACN submenu.

Address:   Read only parameter.  Displays the address set by the DIP Switches on the card.

Bit Rate:  Sets the speed of communication between the drive and the client.  Options are AUTO, 9600, 19200, 38400, and 76800.  Default is AUTO.  All devices on the RS485 network must communicate at the same Bit Rate (also known as Baud Rate).

Format:  Read only parameter, this is fixed at 8-N-1.  Stands for 8 Data bits, No Parity, and 1 Stop bit.   All devices on the RS485 network must be set to the same format.

Time-Out:  Adjustable between 0.1 and 60.0 seconds (1 to 600 tenths).  Sets the time before the drive will "Time Out" indicating a loss of communication with the controller.

Instance Number:  Adjustable between 0 and 4194303.  This must be unique for each device on the network, and we recommend it be set higher than the Address.

Max Devices:  Adjustable between 0 and 127.  Sets the Maximum number of devices allowed on the network.   Reducing this number can improve network speed and data through put.

Max Info Frames:  Adjustable between 1 and 100.  Sets the time period (# of Frames) that the drive "owns" the Token.   Lower numbers will increase network speed, but may not allow the drive to update all parameters on one scan.  Higher numbers will allow full data transfer, but slower update times. Factory default is supposed to be 10, but we've had several reports of this being set to 1, which causes problems.

Data rate used:  Read Only.  Displays the Bit rate (Baud rate) the drive is actually communicating at.  Useful if using the AUTO setting for Bit Rate.

Frame Counter:  Read Only.  Displays the total number of Frames received by the drive sine the last power on.  If this number is very low, or not increasing, then it indicates network problems.

Invalid Frame Counter:  Read Only. Displays the number of bad frames received since the last power on.  If this number is High or increasing rapidly it indicates network problems.



Experience with the BACnet cards so far:

Difficulty connecting to some controllers (Alerton) at 76800.   Reducing the Bit Rate to 38400 or less seems to correct this issue.   France is checking into this.

Auto Bit Rate setting doesn't always work:   Can happen if there is noise or distortion on the network.  Programming the actual Bit Rate used helps.

8 Series and I/O Profile settings are not supported by the BACnet Option card on ATV61.

ILF (Internal Com.link fault) indicates a problem with the drive or option card.  Go to menu 1.10:Diagnostics under More Fault Info to get the details on ATV61

As with all other networks, duplicate addresses and/or duplicate Instance ID's will cause lots of problems.

Proper cable routing must be followed.  Keep network cable away from power wiring, especially the motor leads.

Improper Grounding can be a significant source of noise.  Make sure the drive and the motor are grounded properly.

How are preset speeds set up on the ATV312 drive?

Preset speeds on the ATV312 drive.

Product Line:
Altivar 312


Preset speeds

Preset speeds can be assigned by the Logic Inputs, or via Communication networks.  Program the drive for Preset Speeds using SoMove or by navigating the display built into the drive.  The programming manual section on Preset Speeds is attached for reference. 

Logic inputs
RdY-- > Fun- > PSS- > PS2 = LIx.  Change the value of PS2 to the Logic input you want to use to trigger the Preset Speed.  Here “x” refers to the available logic inputs number. When this particular “LIx” is ON, the drive will run to SP2 speed value (preset speed 2).  For example, if you assign PS2 = LI3, when LI3 input is closed the drive will go to Preset Speed 2 (SP2 value entered). 

Similarly, PS4, PS8 and PS16 can also be assigned to other Logic inputs to activate 4, 8 or 16 preset speeds operation respectively.  Preset speeds, SP2 – SP16 can be found under “Fun- > PSS- ” menu using the Jog dial on the drive.   Consult the Preset speed chart in the Programming Manual for how to use the different preset values. 

Communication networks
RdY--> CtL > LAC = L3
Assign any one bit from bit 11th to 15th of control word of particular communication network being used on which ATV312 is being used to preset Speeds (PS2, PS4, PS8 or PS16). Communication network could be one out of Modbus, CANOpen, DeviceNet or Profibus. When assigned bit of control word is HIGH, corresponding preset speed function (PS2, PS4, PS* or PS16) will be activated and accordingly SP2 to SP16 will come into effect.

The drive still needs the run command in order to execute Preset Speeds.  Closing the Preset Speed input is only providing the Reference (Speed value).  The drive also needs the Command (run forward/reverse) at the same time.  To use the Logic inputs, close the Run command on LI1 to 24V terminals. 

Video: How to setup Plus/Minus Speeds on the Altivar Process Drive

Set up Plus/Minus Speeds on the Altivar Process Drive.

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

All serial numbers for Altivar Process Drive


To Program the +/- Speeds
  1. [Complete settings] [Command and Reference]
  2. Set [Freq Switch Assign] rFC to [Ref Freq Channel 2] FR2
  3. Set [Ref Freq Channel 2] FR2 to [Ref Frequency via DI] UPdt
  4. Go to [Complete settings] [Generic functions] [+/- speed]
  5. Assign [+ Speed Assign] USP
  6. Assign [- Speed Assign] dSP
  7. Assign [Ref Frequency Save] Str

    To adjust the increment of plus and minus speed, adjust the ACC and DEC. If ACC is set to 6 seconds, it will ramp 10 Hz for every second that the +speed is active (60Hz range / 6sec = 10Hz/sec).  Keep it active for 6 seconds and output will reach 60 Hz. To make +speed increase at a slower rate, increase ACC.  To make it faster, decrease ACC.  The same logic applies to -speed and DEC.

Reference the attached document for more information
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