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  • Plate: 118 mm Height X 74 mm Width
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        Frequently Asked Questions

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        Is it possible to give Start/Stop commands from PLC via Modbus Port on LUCM module of TeSys U.

        You can connect the Modbus port of LUCM module (Multi Functional Control Unit) of TeSys U controller with PLC in order to access all the registers, except the registers from 680 to 705. To access these registers for write function, you need a communication module depending on the protocol. 

        Therefore the command registers (like Start/Stop) 700,703,704,705 cannot be accessed for writing by the PLC via LUCM Modbus port. However, you can read and monitor the values of Tesys U controller.

        What replaces an 8839 CPD ATV58 drive?

        Issue:
        What replaces an 8839 CPD ATV58 drive?

        Product Line:
        ATV58 8839CPD

        Environment:
        All

        Cause:
        None

        Resolution:
        The current 18-pulse drive is still the PowerGard 8839 CPD.  It utilizes the ATV61 and ATV71 drives.  However, as these come to end of commercialization, the Altivar 680 Active Front End will be the product line.

        Where can I find a specification document sheet on the ATV630, ATV660 and ATV680 drives?

        Issue:
        Where can I find a specification document sheet on the ATV630, ATV660 and ATV680 drives?

        Product Line:
        ATV630, ATV660 and ATV680 drives

        Environment:
        All 

        Cause:
        Needs specification sheet on the new Process drives. 

        Resolution:
        See the attached document

        What is the Anti-Jam function on the Altivar 6xx Process drive?

        Issue
        What is the Anti-Jam function on the Altivar 6xx Process drive?

        Product Line
        ATV6xx

        Environment
        All serial numbers for ATV6xx

        Cause
        N/A

        Resolution:
        Clogging substances can damage the pump.
        This function allows manually or automatically executing forward & reverse pump rotations cycles to unclog.
        It may also help to clear a blocked impeller, pipe, or valve at downstream location.
        This should increase he efficiency of the system as well as the pump life time.
         

        What impedance line reactors can be used with the ATV630 or 930 drives?

        Issue: 
        What impedance line reactors can be used with the ATV630 or 930 drives?
         
        Product Line:   
        Altivar 600
        ATV630, ATV650
        Altivar 900
        ATV930, ATV950
         
        Environment:
        All
         
        Resolution:
        The internal DC chokes provide a impedance between about 2 and 3.5%, depending on the drive.
        If higher total impedance is needed, then a line reactor can be added up to max 5% total impedance (built-in plus additional combined).

        E-FLEX enclosed drive - After the main breaker got tripped, the drive has no display and won't run.

        Issue:  
        E-FLEX enclosed drive - After the main breaker got tripped, the drive has no display and won't run.

        Product line:
        Altivar ATV61

        Environment:
        All models, all serial numbers 

        Cause:
        DC bus is only reading 14 VDC on PA + to PC -      

        Resolution:
        Checked Line voltage L1 L2 L3 they are all good  490 vac phase to phase. DC bus on PA to PC was only 14 VDC it should be 680 VDC. 
        Suspect  a issue with the input diode circuit, soft charge board, power board and or DC bus capacitors. Power down and do an static check on the input side of the drive PA to L1 L2 L2 and PC to L1 L2 L3.

        How do you set up an external input with an active low to trigger an external fault on an Altivar Process Drive?

        Issue:
        How do you set up an external input with an active low to trigger an external fault on an Altivar Process Drive?

        Product Line:
        Altivar 930 and Altivar 630 drive

        Environment:
        All 

        Cause:
        Wants to turn off a digital input and have the drive trigger an external fault. 

        Resolution:
        Programming
        Complete Settings
        Menu 5
        Error/Warning handling enter
        External Error enter
        Ex error assign enter and choose DI1 thru DI6 Low  (you must scroll all the way down to the bottom of the selection menu.)
        set the external fault as DI1 Low

        Can an ATV680 Active Front End drive run with unbalanced input voltage?

        Issue:
        Can an ATV680 run with unbalanced input voltage?

        Product Line:
        Altivar 680 Process Drives

        Environment:
        All

        Cause:
        Site line voltage is unbalanced 

        Resolution:
        It is NOT recommended to operate an ATV680 AFE on a 480V power system with a voltage unbalance of 4% to 7.5%. This is far outside the specification of the drive.
        The mains voltage must comply with the requirements according to IEC 60038 and EN 50160: 
        - Unbalance between phases: < 2 % 
        - Total harmonic factor THD(v): < 10 % 
        - Maximum single harmonic: < 5 %
        With this supply voltage the drive complies with the specified THDi value.
         
        If the voltage unbalance is 2 … 4% the drive will work but the THDi value will be higher than specified. A voltage unbalance of more than 4% will harm the drive. The input IGBT might overheat and/or the fuses might blow due to unsymmetrical input current. There is also a risk of oscillations if the voltage controller is not able to keep DC bus voltage constant.
         

        How do I setup Anti-Jam function on the Altivar 6xx Process Drive?

        Issue:
        How do I setup Anti-Jam function on the Altivar 6xx Process Drive?

        Product Line:
        Altivar 6xx

        Environment:
        All serial numbers for Altivar 6xx 

        Cause:
        N/A

        Resolution:
        To access Anti-Jam function
        [Complete settings] [Pump monitoring] [Anti-jam]

        [Anti-Jam Ext Trig] JEtC - Logic Input Selection
        [Anti-Jam Auto Trig] JAtC - Automatic Trigger mode.
        Allows you to automatically trigger the Anti-Jam on each start command, or be triggered by a time [Anti-Jam Trigger Time] JtCt or torque [Anti-jam Torque] JtCL threshold or setting. 
        [Anti-Jam Start Delay] JtCd - A time delay on the Anti-Jam Torque setting.

        [Anti-Jam Fwd Acc] JACC - Forward Acceleration
        [Anti-Jam Fwd Dec] JdEC - Forward Deceleration
        [Anti-Jam Rv Acc] JACr - Reverse Acceleration
        [Anti-Jam Rv Dec] JdEr - Reverse Deceleration
        [Anti-Jam Fwd Speed] JFdS - Forward Speed
        [Anti-Jam Rv Speed] JrUS - Reverse Speed
        [Anti-Jam Fwd Time] JFdt - Time it will run in forward direction
        [Anti-Jam Rv Time] JrUt - Time it will run in reverse direction
        [Anti-Jam Stop Time] JZSt - Stop time between forward and reverse
        [Anti-Jam Cycle Nb] JnbC - Number of cycles
        [Anti-Jam Max Seq] JAMn - Limit the number of sequences 
        [Anti-Jam Interval] JAMt - Anti-jam minimum time between 2 non-consecutive sequences.
        [Anti-Jam Error Resp] JAMb - Its response to an error/fault. Default is set to Freewheel Stop

        Reference attachment for additional programming assistance

        What is the Pump Curve Characteristic function on the Altivar 6xx Process Drive?

        Issue:
        What is the Pump Curve Characteristic function on the Altivar 6xx Process Drive?

        Product Line:
        Altivar 6xx

        Environment:
        All serial numbers for Altivar 6xx

        Cause:
        Understanding how the pump curve functions on the Process Drive

        Resolution:
        It is possible to enter the characteristics of the pump delivered by the pump manufacturer. 
        Based on this inputs, the HMI will display a curve of load to show the BEP (Best Efficiency Point), point where we optimized the energy efficiency of the pump. Nearer you are, better it is. 

        It is an easy way to go on a very important point to deliver, based on this curves much more information to manage:
        Energy monitoring
        Pump monitoring
        Protection of the pump by direct control under the pump curve and not only through sensors or current measurement. 

        Monitoring the pump operating point is major request from users to identify in which conditions the system is operating.
        Pump curves care very easy to enter and it could be carried out through the different user interface (graphic terminal, Somove …) : Only 5 points are necessary.

        Additional Information:
        To plot in you pump curve data reference FAQ on how to "How to enter Pump Curve Data on an Altivar 6xx Process Drive?

        How can I configure my ATV630 drive to quickly ramp up to speed when a run command is issued and then operate in PID mode once up to speed?

        Issue:
        I need my pump motor to quickly accelerate to speed when starting, and then have PID enabled once up to speed.

        Product Line:
        ATV630 series drives and enclosed versions (660, 680 . . .)

        Environment:
        All models, All serial numbers where PID function is being used.

        Cause:
        Pump manufacturer requires the pump be at a minimum speed within a certain amount of time to prevent bearing damage and this is faster than the ACC rating that will be used in PID mode.

        Resolution:
        Parameter "PID Acceleration time" under [Complete settings] [Pump functions] [PID controller] [Settings] can be used to achieve this function.   Set your low speed setting (LSP) to the minimum speed your motor needs to run, then set the PID Acceleration time (ACCP) parameter to the number of seconds you want the drive to take to achieve full speed.  (If you want the drive to reach 30 Hz. in 5 seconds, set ACCP to 10.  ACCP is speed to 60.0Hz.  10 seconds to 60 Hz. = 5 seconds to 30 Hz.)   The drive will then follow this acceleration rate until the LSP speed is attained, then switch over to PID mode and follow the 'PID RAMP"  time while in PID mode.




         

        How do I setup the Altivar Process Drive to communicate over CanOpen?

        Issue:
        How do I setup the Altivar Process Drive to communicate over CanOpen?

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

        Environment:
        All serial numbers for Altivar Process Drive

        Cause:
        N/A

        Resolution:
        This FAQ will go over some basic settings to check. For a more detailed list of procedures on setting up the drive for CanOpen please reference the manuals attached.

        EDS Files Basic Settings
        Programming with the Drive
        • Program Communication Settings:
          • [Communication] COM, [CANopen] CnO
            • [CANopen Address] AdCo
              • This is a read/write parameter. The parameter number is 6051 via Modbus access
            • [CANopen Baudrate] bdCO
              • This is a read/write parameter. The parameter number is 6053 via Modbus access.
            • [CANopen Error] ErCO
              • This is a read-only Parameter. The parameter number is 6056 via Modbus access..
        • Program Command Settings:
          • [Complete settings] [Command and Reference]
            • ​For command speed from Network, program:
              • [Ref Freq 1 Config] Fr1 - Set to [CANopen] CAn 
              • [Ref 1B switching] rCb - Set to [Ref Freq Channel 1] Fr1
              • [Control Mode] CHCF - Set to [Not separ.] SIM
            • ​Video: Setting an Auto/Manual or Reference Switching on the Altivar Process Drives
        • Powercycle the drive
        Programming with SoMove
        • [Parameters List] [Fieldbus] [Slot A - CanOpen]
          • Configure
            • CanOpen Address, Baud Rate & Error
        Communicate with the Drive
        • Sending a command to the drive
        • Configuration of the Drive for Operation in I/O Profile
          • [Complete Settings] [Command and Reference] [Control Mode] - Set to IO
          • Command Word - CanOpen Register 2037/2
            Speed Reference Word - CanOpen Registers 2037/3 (Hz) or 2038/3 (rpm)
          • 16 bit word (Bit 0, 1, 2..... 15)
          • Start/Stop for FWD command must turn on bit 0
            • Write a 1 to start
            • Write a 0 to stop
          • Bit 1 to 15 are assignable like logic inputs
            • Example: To assign a fault reset to bit 7 - [Fault reset] - Set to Cd07 (Reference Programming manual for more details)
        • Configuration of the Drive for Operation with CiA 402 Profile (DriveCom Profile)
          • Works with other assemblies
          • [Complete Settings] [Command and Reference] [Control Mode] to [Not separ.] or [Separate]
          • Command Word - CanOpen Register 2037/2
            Speed Reference Word - CanOpen Registers 2037/3 (Hz) or 2038/3 (rpm)
          • No 16 bit word
          • Start/Stop
            • Sequence of values must be written to the drive
            • 6, 7 and 15
            • Toggle between 7 and 15 to start and stop or "RDY" to "RUN"
        Troubleshooting

        What Product Line Replaces the ATV61 drives, now that they are obsolete?

        Issue:
        What Product Line Replaces the ATV61 drives, now that they are obsolete?

        Product Line:
        Altivar 61 / ATV61
        E-Flex
        MCC installed ATV61

        Environment:
        All products of Altivar 61

        Cause:
        Altivar 61 drives are no longer available

        Resolution:

        The ATV61 has been phased out of production throughout 2016, and customers need to replace them with a current product.

        In some very basic installations the ATV212 may be a good replacement.  
        Be aware that the ATV212 is a much more limited product in terms of features, functions and options.  A careful review of the application requirements should be made to be sure it is sufficient.
        A recent update to the Enclosed ATV212 drive (S-Flex) has added NEMA 12 and NEMA 3R enclosure options in addition to the standard NEMA 1.

        For more advanced or complicated applications the appropriate replacement for the ATV61 will probably be the Altivar 600 Product line.

        Application 
        Low Torque applications typically most Pumps and Fans (Variable Torque.
        May be used on Constant Torque loads that do not require high starting current.

        Altivar 61 to Altivar 600 Product Line 
        ATV630... (IP21) replaces the ATV61H... (open style)
        ATV650... (IP55) replaces the ATV61W... (Nema 12 box)
        ATV660... (Nema 1, 12K and 3r - Drive Systems) replaces the E-Flex, M-Flex or any Enclosed Drive System with an ATV61 drive 
        ATV680... (Nema 1, 12K and 3r - Regenerative Drive) replaces PowerGuard (18-Pulse Drive) ATV61 Enclosed Drives

        Each ATV600 series drive has 2 different Horsepower and current ratings.  
        By default the drives are set up for Normal Duty which indicates they are rated for 110% overcurrent capacity for 60 seconds.
        Heavy Duty ratings are also provided.  When programmed for Heavy Duty the HP rating and current rating are decreased, but the drive is then able to provide 150% of the new current rating for 60 seconds.
        The ATV600 does not have provisions for connecting a Dynamic Braking Resistor or for using a DC Bus connection.

        Altivar 61 vs Altivar 600 Product Line
        The ATV600 has similar functionalities to the ATV61 but a few minor differences to consider when replacing. 

        Differences:

        Size:
        The dimensions for the ATV630 can be significantly different than those of the same HP size ATV61 so care must be taken before ordering to ensure the product will fit.
        ATV600 Installation manual is available here: https://www.schneider-electric.com/en/download/document/EAV64301/

        It may be difficult to retrofit an ATV630 into an E-Flex, M-Flex, Field Drive,  or MCC bucket due to dimensional issues.  
        Please review carefully before attempting.  
        Be aware that this may impact the UL listing of the assembly.

        Network Communications:
        At this time (Jan 2018) the ATV630 does not support all of the network communication options that were available in the ATV61 so may also impact your selection.


        Smaller HP:
        For smaller HP applications (less than 20 HP) you may want to review the ATV320 as a possible replacement, and we will soon be offering an ATV340 which will support applications up to 100 HP.  Note that dimensions, accessories and programming for these products will also be different than the ATV61.
        You may also want to consider an ATV71 drive, however that product is also scheduled to be obsoleted in the next 2 years.
        As mentioned above, the ATV212 product may also be an option.

        Safety Inputs:
        The safety Input on the ATV61 drive is PWR and +24. The ATV600 uses STO inputs (STOA and STOB)
        STO stands for Safe Torque Off. (Reference Altivar 600 Safety Manual for more detailed information https://www.schneider-electric.com/en/download/document/EAV64334/)

        Keypad:
        ATV61 uses it own keypad (VW3A1101) and mounting kit (VW3A1102)
        ATV630 uses it own keypad (VW3A1111) and mounting kit (VW3A1112)
        Both use the same cable part numbers to connect the remote mounting kit to the drive (VW3A1104R10 - 1 meter, VW3A1104R30 - 3 meters, VW3A1104R50 - 5 meters, VW3A1104R100 - 10 meters)

        Programming:
        The programming layout or style is different from that of the Altivar 61 drive. However, the functions are similar.
        There are some functionalities found in one and not the other. Reference the Programming Manual for further information.  
        https://www.schneider-electric.com/en/download/document/EAV64318/
        Both drives support the SoMove programming software.

        Control Terminals:
        The ATV600 has 1 additional analog input, an additional safety input and 1 more analog output on the embedded control terminal card as well as an extra relay output.
        The ATV600 also includes a ModBus TCP/IP Ethernet port and 2 ModBus RS45 ports (one used for the keypad).


        Single vs 3-Phase Input Power (motors are required to be 3 phase):
        The ATV61H...M3 worked up to 30HP in single phase.
        Some Altivar 630 drives are tested and approved for single phase input power.
        See this FAQ for additional information:  https://www.schneider-electric.com/en/faqs/FA174932/

        Contact your local Schneider Electric Distributor or PAE (Product Application Expert) for additional assistance.