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Ceiling Roses, Ceiling Rose - Large Cover - 4 Terminal

Catalogue Number: 93B
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Colour: White Electric
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • White Electric 1 PCE
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Product brand
Clipsal
Product or component type
ceiling rose
Provided equipment
  • cover
  • base
    • Colour tint
      white
      [Ue] rated operational voltage
      500 V
      Rated current
      15 A
      Fixing mode
      by screws
      EU RoHS Directive
      Compliant

      Frequently Asked Questions

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      What is the diameter of a 93b

      diameter of 93b is 66mm

      What are the dimensions of the 93B?

      The diameter of the 93B is 91mm.

      Please see the attachement for more details
       

      What are the dimensions of a 93B ceiling Rose?

      The 93B is 91mm in diameter.

      What is the Diameter of the 93B?

      The diameter of the 93B is 91mm.

      What is the thickness of the 93BF?

      The ceiling rose mounting flange is 11mm

      Some of the features of this product are.
      • Mounting Flange suits 93, 93/5, 93B, 93S Ceiling roses.
      • Adjustable mounting holes

      For further information, please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=93BF

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      What is the thickness of the 93ER?

      The ceiling rose extension ring is 11mm

      Some of the features of this product are.
      • Extension Ring suits 93, 93/5, 93B, 93S Ceiling roses.
      • Adjustable mounting holes

      For further information, please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=93BF

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      Do you have a larger diameter ceiling rose than a 93S (66mm Diameter)?

      Yes, the part number is 93B. It is 91mm in diameter.
      Some of the key features are:
      • 500V Rated
      • 15A Rated
      • 4 Terminals including earth
      • Pendant drop connection terminals fitted with clamps
      • Overall heightis 37mm
      For further information please visit www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=93B

      Can I get the 90B in orange?

      No. Unfortunately, the 90B only comes in black only.

      For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=90B
       

      What is the part name for the 'Surface Ring' from a 93S in black?

      The part name is as follows: 93ER-BK.

      What is part no for extension ring to suit part no 93?

      Part no for extension ring to suit 93 is 93ER

      Is there a specific shroud like the 90B to suit Slimline SC series or Saturn

      The 90BI-BK standard size intermediate type shroud will suit both the Slimline and Saturn series.
      For more information please visit the Clipsal web site on the link provided.
      https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=90BI
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      What mounting accessories can be used to mount a 342 pull cord switch?

      The 93BF is the one to use, which can then mount to a 240 Jbox.

      For more information please visit the Clipsal.com website on the links provided
      https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=342
      https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=93bf
      https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=240
       

      What is the "C" Suffix on the Altivar 930 drives?

      Issue:
      What is the "C" Suffix on the Altivar 930 Drives?

      Product Line:
      Altivar 930 Process Drive (ATV930)

      Environment:
      All serial numbers for Altivar 930 Process Drive

      Cause:
      N/A

      Resolution:
      The "C" suffix designates that the drive does not have an internal braking transistor

      Related FAQ:
      FA304858: Do the Altivar Process Drives have integrated Braking Transistors?

       

      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).

      What is the significance of the 'C' or 'B' suffix on an ATV320 drive part number?

      Issue:
      What is the significance of the 'C' or 'B' suffix on an ATV320 drive part number?

      Product Line:
      Altivar 320

      Environment:
      All

      Cause:
      N/A

      Resolution:
      B suffix is a bookshelf version of the ATV320 drive.  This is a slim style version.
      C suffix is a compact version of the ATV320 drive.  This is a more cube-shaped drive.   

      What are LED status indications mean on the HMI screen of the Altivar 630 and 930 process drives?

      Issue:
      Where can I get a documentation that explains the LED status indications on the HMI screen of the Altivar 630 and 930 process drives?

      Product Line:
      Altivar 630/930

      Environment:
      All serial numbers for Altivar 630/930

      Cause:
      N/A

      Resolution:

       

      Video: How do I take off the top cover plate from an Altivar Process Drive?

      Issue:
      How do I take off the top cover plate from an Altivar Process Drive?

      Product Line:
      Altivar 630 and Altivar 930 Drives

      Environment:
      All serial numbers for Altivar 630 and Altivar 930 Drives

      Cause:
      N/A

      Resolution:
      To remove the top cover pull the cover from the back.



      Are the Altivar 630 and Altivar 930 Process Drive available?

      Issue:
      Are the Altivar 630 and Altivar 930 Process Drive available?

      Product Line:
      Altivar Process Drive (ATV630, ATV930)

      Environment:
      All serial numbers for Altivar Process Drive

      Cause:
      N/A

      Resolution:
      Altivar 630/930 (IP21)  
      -  
      Available as of third quarter of 2016 for 208/230V and 460V
      -  Not available in 575/600V yet.

      Altivar 630F/930F Floor Standing (IP55) 
      - Not Available yet

      Where can I find the Profinet GSD file for the ATV600 and ATV900 drives?

      Issue:
      Where can I find the GSDML file for ProfiNet to use with the Altivar 630 or Altivar 930 drives?

      Product Line:
      Altivar 630 and 930

      Environment:
      All serial numbers for Altivar 630 and 930

      Cause:
      GSD file for profinet

      Resolution:
      https://www.schneider-electric.com/en/download/document/PROFINET_GSDML_VW3A3627/

      Are the ATV630 ABS rated?

      Issue:
       Are the ATV630 ABS rated?

      Product Line:
       ATV603, ATV930

      Environment:
       ABS Rating

      Cause:
       n/a

      Resolution:
      The ATV630 and 930 drives are in process of ABS certification. This is expected to be achieved in very near future.

      Where can I find the instruction bulletin for ATV960 (enclosed ATV930) drives?

      Issue:
      Where can i find the instruction bulletin for ATV960 drives?

      Product Line:
      Altivar 960

      Environment:
      All

      Cause:
      Documentation

      Resolution:
      See attachment

      Changing counter value while Hot Standby switchover

      Goals and Symptoms

      This resolution describes a workaround for an effect by a Hot Standby switchover with RIO and a software counter.
      The RIO cable connection to the Primary CRP 931 fails.
      An input from a 140 DDI 353 00 module has value "1" at the same time.
      The Standby system switches to Primary (what is correct).
      But the input bit gets for a short time the value "0", because the CRA is not available while switchover.

      If the binary input is linked to a software counter the counter will change the value. Also affected are program parts, which use this binary input together with Edge detection.

      Facts and Changes

      Problem is known with the following components:
      Concept 2.6 SR2
      140CPU43412A, EXEC 1.25, Kernel 1.01
      140CHS11000, EXEC 1.04, Kernel 1.00
      140CRP93100, EXEC 1.15, Kernel 1.01
      140 DDI 353 00

      It should exist with all Hot Standby systems equiped with 140CRP93100, every discrete Input and a software counter or a Edge detection is linked to the Input module.

      Causes and Fixes

      Use the EN input of the software counter and link it to the healthy bit of the Input module. This avoids to increase the counter during RIO cable interrupt.


      Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL167770 V1.0, Originally authored by on , Last Edited by on
      Related ranges: Modicon Quantum

      Are Schneider Electric Altivar drives 6, 9, 12, 18 or 24-pulse?

      Issue:
      Are Schneider Electric Altivar drives 6, 9, 12, 18 or 24-pulse?     

      Product line: 
      Altivar 61 71 12 312 212 320 32 630 650 930 950

      Environment: 
      All models, all serial numbers  

      Cause:
      None

      Resolution:
      Schneider Electric Altivar VFDs are 6-pulse.  The enclosed Power Guard is 18-pulse.

      Does the ATV312 have load sharing functionality?

      Issue:
      Does the ATV312 have load sharing functionality?

      Product Line:
      ATV312

      Environment:
      All

      Cause:
      Application requirement

      Resolution:
      The ATV312 does not have any Load Sharing functions. Recommend using the ATV71 or ATV930 series drives.
       

      Where can I find a copy of the ATV900 drives embedded Etherent IP manual?

      Issue:
      Where can I find a copy of the ATV900 drives embedded Etherent IP manual?

      Product Line:
      Altivar ATV900

      Environment:
      All

      Cause:
      Needs a copy of the ATV900 embedded Etherent IP manual. 

      Resolution:
      Reference Altivar_Process_900_Ethernet_Manual_EN_NHA80940_01  manual which is attached.


       

      How do you set up preset speeds on the Altivar 630 Process drive using the Somove Software?

      Issue:
      How do you set up preset speeds on the ATV630 drive using the somove software?

      Product Line:
      Altivar ATV630 and ATV930 drives

      Environment:
      All 

      Cause:
      Wants to setup preset speeds using somove software 

      Resolution:
      Somove file
      Goto Parameter Layout
      Preset Speeds
      PS2 set to LI3
      SP2 set to 60hz. 

      How can one program relays for ATV930 drive line?

      Issue:
      Program relays for the ATV930 drive line.

      Product Line:
      Altivar 930

      Environment:
      All

      Cause:
      N/A

      Resolution:
      Under main menu, go into menu 5 complete settings.
      Go into menu 5.11 Input/Output.
      Go into the relay configuration tab.
      Enter on each relay and change assignment as needed.

      Where can I find the communication parameters list for ATV930 drive line?

      Issue:
      Where does one get access to the communication parameters list for ATV930 drive line?
      Need to know the register addresses.

      Product Line:
      Altivar 930

      Environment:
      All

      Cause:
      Registers lists.

      Resolution:
      You can download the latest version of the list at this link:

      https://www.schneider-electric.com/en/download/document/NHA80944/

      What is the minimum spacing requirement for ATV930s to be installed side by side?

      Issue:
      What is the minimum spacing requirement for ATV930s to be installed side by side?

      Product Line:
      Altivar 930

      Environment:
      All

      Cause:
      Installation.

      Resolution:

      Can I transfer the ATV71 program to ATV930?

      Issue:
      Wants to know if the old parameters of the ATV71 can be transferred to the ATV930/

      Product Line:
      Altivar ATV71 ATV930

      Environment:
      All

      Cause:
      Programming 

      Resolution:
      No. The ATV71 has a different program with the ATV930.

      Where can I get support for APC and MGE Products?

      For support on APC and MGE products please visit:  https://www.apc.com/support/

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      How is the Local/Remote button activated on the Altivar Process keypad?

      Issue:
      How is the Local/Remote button activated on the Altivar Process keypad?

      Product Line:
      Altivar Process

      Environment:
      All models

      Cause:
      The Local/Remote button has no affect to switch between local and remote control.

      Resolution:
      The factory default setting has this button disabled.  Activate it by going into the Complete Settings menu, Command & Reference menu, and set [HMI CMD] to Stop or Bumpless.

      What is the part number break down on the ATV6xx and ATV9xx Process Drives?

      Issue:
      What is the part number break down on the Altivar 6xx Process Drive?

      Product Line:
      Altivar 6xx Process Drive

      Environment:
      All serial numbers for Altivar 6xx Process Drive

      Cause:
      N/A

      Resolution:

      What are the temperature limit conditions for the Altivar Process Drive (IP21)?

      Issue:
      What are the temperature limit conditions for the Altivar Process Drive (IP21)?

      Product Line:
      Altivar 630 and Altivar 930 (IP21)

      Environment:
      All serial numbers for Altivar 630 and Altivar 930

      Cause:
      N/A

      Resolution:
      All “IP21 Products (Except FSP) can be operated up to 50°C without de-rating and up to 60°C with de-rating.
      The de-rating factor depends on the ambient temperature, the mounting position and the switching frequency (see installation manual).

      ATV930 - How does the Password protection work?

      Issue:
      ATV930 - How does the Password protection work?

      Product line:
      ATV900, ATV930, ATV950, ATV960, Altivar Process

      Environment:
      all

      Cause:
      Firmware evolutions being worked on.

      Resolution:
      As of April 2017, Password is used to lock access for uploading or downloading a drive's configuration. This password will not lock menus or parameters in the keypad.

      Evolution is planned for the further ATV900/ATV600/ATV340 versions in order to have password to protect the keypad access, in addition to this parameter restricted access.

      How many analog outputs AQ are standard on the ATV600 and ATV900 drives?

      Issue:
      How many analog outputs AQ are standard on the ATV600 and ATV900 drives?

      Product Line:
      ATV630 and ATV930 including the ATV660 and ATV960 drives. 

      Environment:
      All 

      Cause:
      Analog outputs standard on the ATV600 and 900 drives. 

      Resolution:
      There are two analog outputs standard on the ATV600 and ATV900 process drives.  AQ1 and AQ2.

      ATV600:




      ATV900:

      What is the CrF fault on the ATV630 and ATV930 drives?

      Issue:
      CrF fault showing on the display of the ATV630 and ATV930 drives.

      Product Line:
      ATV630 ATV930

      Environment:
      All model numbers, all serial numbers

      Cause:
      Unstable mains voltage, or DC Link capacitors lifetime exceeded

      Resolution:
      1) Restart the drive (switch off / on the drive)
      2) Check and analyze the mains input voltage
      3) Check the internal wiring from the mains input to the rectifier / AFC brick

      StruxureWare Power Monitoring : How to configure the Database Size Notification task

      Issue

      As of StruxureWare Power Monitoring (SPM) 7.0.1, installations that use SQL Server Express Editions will include a Windows Scheduled Task named [ION_Data] - SIZE NOTIFICATION - Job. This task monitors the size of the database in order to alert the users when the ION_Data database is reaching the 10 Gb size limit enforced by SQL Express.
      The task is configured with default values, this article shows what those values are and how to change them.

      Product Line
      StruxureWarePower Monitoring 7.x.x
      Power Monitoring Expert PMEv8.0

      Environment
      Windows Task Scheduler
      WindowsPowerShell

      Cause
      As of StruxureWare Power Monitoring (SPM) 7.0.1, installations that use SQL Server Express Editions will include a Windows Scheduled Task named [ION_Data] - SIZE NOTIFICATION - Job. This task monitors the size of the database in order to alert the users when the ION_Data database is reaching the 10 Gb size limit enforced by SQL Express. 
      The task is configured with default values, this article shows what those values are and how to change them.

      Resolution
       

      The [ION_Data] - SIZE NOTIFICATION - Job uses a configuration file to store settings, this file can be found here:
       

      • <SPM/PME_Installation_Folder>\config\cfg\DbScheduledTasks\Support\Configuration.ps1

      The Configuration.ps1 file contains the following settings and default values:
      • Name: locationForBackupFiles
        Default setting: cfg\DBBackups\
        Description: Contains the location where the backup file (.bak file) will be saved. (This setting will not be detailed in this article)

        Name: maximumDatabaseSizeInGigabytes
        Default setting: 9 (this is in gigabytes)
        Description: The following setting specifies the largest size that a database is allowed to be on a system.

        Name: databaseSizeNotificationThresholdPercentage
        Default setting: 85
        Description: The following setting defines the threshold for when a database size notification message will be issued. For example, setting the value to 75 means that the message will be issued when the database reaches 75% of the maximum database size allowed (the maximumDatabaseSizeInGigabytes setting mentioned above).

      The way the task uses these values is by measuring the current size of the ION_Data database, and comparing this size to a percentage relative to the maximum database size set in the maximumDatabaseSizeInGigabytes setting. If this percentage is equal to or higher than the value of the databaseSizeNotificationThresholdPercentage setting, a message will be logged to the System Log that can be seen in the Active Alarm Viewer and the Event Log in Vista.

      The configuration values can be changed to serve specific notification purposes, for example if you want to be alerted of the database size earlier than the 85% of 9GB (this default was chosen to allow enough time to take preventive action).

      Important Note : This are the ranges allowed for the configuration values, entering values outside of this ranges will cause the task to malfunction and result in notification failures:
      • Setting: maximumDatabaseSizeInGigabytes
        Range: 0 - 10 (based on the maximum database size enforced by SQL Express)

        Setting: databaseSizeNotificationThresholdPercentage
        Range: 0 - 100
                 Transaction Log File: The size of the ldf file is not taken into consideration of the maximum database size enforced by SQL Express. Only the mdf file size is used in the calculations.

      What sizes are available for the Altivar 630 and Altivar 930 Process drive?

      Issue:
      What sizes are available for the Altivar 630 and Altivar 930 Process drive?

      Product Line:
      Altivar Process Drive (ATV630, ATV930)

      Environment:
      All serial numbers for ATV630/930 Process Drive

      Cause:
      N/A

      Resolution:

      Size 1
      • 208/240Vac
        • 0.75 – 4kW (1 - 5hp)
          • ATV630U07M3, ATV630U15M3,  ATV630U22M3, ATV630U30M3, ATV630U40M3
          • ATV930U07M3, ATV930U15M3,  ATV930U22M3, ATV930U30M3, ATV930U40M3
      • 400/460Vac
        • 0.75 – 5.5kW (1 - 7.5hp)
          • ATV630U07N4, ATV630U15N4, ATV630U15N4, ATV630U22N4, ATV630U30N4, ATV630U40N4, ATV630U55N4
          • ATV930U07N4, ATV930U15N4, ATV930U15N4, ATV930U22N4, ATV930U30N4, ATV930U40N4, ATV930U55N4
      Size 2
      • 208/240Vac
        • 5.5kW (7.5hp)
          • ATV630U55M3
          • ATV930U55M3
      • 400/480Vac
        • 7.5 – 11kW (10 - 15hp)
          • ATV630U75N4, ATV630D11N4
          • ATV930U75N4, ATV930D11N4
      Size 3
      • 208/240Vac
        • 7.5 – 11kW (10 - 15hp)
          • ATV630U75M3, ATV630D11M3
          • ATV930U75M3, ATV930D11M3
      • 400/480Vac
        • 15 – 22kW (20 - 30hp)
          • ATV630D15N4, ATV630D18N4, ATV630D22N4
          • ATV930D15N4, ATV930D18N4, ATV930D22N4
      Size 4
      • 208/240Vac
        • 15 – 22kW (20 - 30hp)
          • ATV630D15M3, ATV630D18M3, ATV630D22M3
          • ATV930D15M3, ATV930D18M3, ATV930D22M3
      • 400/480Vac
        • 30 – 45kW (30 - 60hp)
          • ATV630D30N4, ATV630D37N4, ATV630D45N4
          • ATV630D30N4, ATV630D37N4, ATV630D45N4
      Size 5
      • 208/240Vac
        • 30 – 45kW (40 - 60hp)
          • ATV630D30M3, ATV630D37M3, ATV630D45M3
          • ATV930D30M3(C), ATV930D37M3(C), ATV930D45M3(C)
      • 400/480Vac
        • 55 – 90kW (75 - 125hp)
          • ATV630D55N4, ATV630D75N4, ATV630D90N4
          • ATV930D55N4(C), ATV930D75N4(C), ATV930D90N4(C)
      Size 6
      • 208/240Vac
        • 55 – 75kW (75 - 100hp)
          • ATV630D55M3, ATV630D75M3
          • ATV930D55M3C, ATV930D75M3C
      • 400/480Vac
        • 110 – 160kW (150 - 250hp)
          • ATV630C11N4, ATV630C13N4, ATV630C16N4
          • ATV930C11N4C, ATV930C13N4C, ATV930C16N4C
      Size 7A
      • 400/480Vac
        • 220kW (350hp)
          • ATV630C22N4
          • ATV930C22N4(C)
          • Similar to Frame size 12 for the ATV61/71

      Size 7B
      • 400/480Vac
        • 250 – 315kW (400 - 500hp)
          • ATV630C25N4, ATV630C31N4
          • ATV930C25N4C, ATV930C31N4C
          • Similar to Frame size 13 for the ATV61/71
      Note:
      "C" Suffix means it comes without a braking resistor. 





      What is nSt on an Altivar Process Drive display?

      Issue:
      Troubleshooting nSt on the Altivar Process Drive

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

      Environment:
      All Product Lines for the Altivar Process Drive

      Cause:
      NSt = Drive state for freewheel stop.

      Resolution:
      NSt = Drive state for freewheel stop.

      Troubleshooting tips:

      • Check Freewheel Stop Assignment. [Complete settings] [Generic functions] [Stop configuration] [Freewheel stop ass.]
      • Pushing the "STOP" key on the HMI will trigger nSt if your run command is coming from the terminal inputs.  Cycle drive power to clear it.
      • If a run command is present when power is applied to the drive and tCt (2 wire type) is not set to LEL (level), nSt will be triggered.
        • Check 2 wire type [Complete settings] [Command and Reference] [2-wire type]
      • If drive is in a Network setting and the parameter Control Mode [CHCF] is set to Separate or Not Separate then nSt may show until a run command is given.

      Video: How to wire start/stop command to an Altivar Process Drive?

      Issue:
      How to wire start/stop command to an Altivar 630 & 930 Process Drive?

      Product Line:
      Altivar Process Drive

      Environment:
      All serial numbers for Altivar Process Drive

      Resolution:
      2 wire control
      Wiring
      Maintain Contacts
      Wire the run contact between terminals DI1 and 24V.

      3 wire control
      Wiring
      Momentary Contacts
      Wire Normally Closed Contacts (Stop Button) on DI1 and 24V
      Wire Normally Open Contacts (Start Button) on DI2 and 24V

      Programming
      To alternate between 2 and 3 wire control is done in the Programming Menu
      [Complete settings] [Command and Reference] [2/3-wire control] tCC

       

      Video: Why does the Local/Remote button not work on the Process drive keypad?

      Issue:
      Why does the Local/Remote button not work on the Process drive keypad?

      Product line:
      Altivar 600, ATV630, ATV650, ATV930

      Environment:
      All

      Cause:
      Default programming

      Resolution:
      The factory setting for Process drives' Local/Remote button is 'disabled'.
      To activate it, go to menu 5 Complete Settings (CSt-) > menu 5.5 Command and Reference (CrP) > HMI cmd. (bMP) and change it from Disabled (diS) to Bumpless (buMP).

      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

      Do the Altivar Process Drives have integrated Braking Transistors?

      Issue:
      Do the Altivar Process Drives have integrated Braking Transistors?

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

      Environment:
      All serial numbers for Altivar Process Drives

      Cause:
      N/A

      Resolution:
      Not all Process Drives have braking transistors. Only the Altivar 900 series has integrated braking transistors.

      ATV6xx
      No Braking transistors available on the Altivar 6xx Process Drives

      ATV9xx
      Braking transistor availability:
      Up to Size 4: Always integrated as a standard
      Size 5 (IP21) + Size 7A: Available with or without braking transistor
      Size 5 (IP55): Always integrated as a standard
      Size 6, Size 7B and Drive Systems: Always without braking transistor (Braking unit is as an option available)

      For Frame Sizes reference FAQ below 
      FA302753:What sizes are available for the Altivar 630 and Altivar 930 Process drive?

       

      What would cause the ATV930 process drive to get a precharge capacitor fault?

      Issue:
      What would cause the ATV930 process drive to get a precharge capacitor fault?

      Product Line:
      ATV930 process drives

      Environment:
      All

      Cause:
      DC bus tie with another drive

      Resolution:
      In a configuration where the drive is connected and supplied by another drive via the DC bus, set DCBS parameter (Generic Functions/DC-Bus Ref Link) to "Drive with REC" as shown in the attachment. This will avoid "Precharge Capacitor" faults due to power supplied direct to the DC bus.

      [Complete settings] -> [Generic functions] -> [dbS] -> [dCbS] -> [Drive with REC]

      More details can be found on page 441 of the ATV900 Programming Manual:
      https://www.schneider-electric.com/en/download/document/NHA80757/

      Note: the ATV600 series is not designed for applications where the DC bus is powered from an external DC source.
      .
       

      Video: What can cause an NLP drive state on the ATV630 and ATV930 Process drives?

      Issue:
      Understanding the NLP Status on Altivar Process Drives

      Product Line:
      ATV630 and ATV930

      Environment:
      All Models

      Cause:
      No Mains voltage on L1 , L2  and L3 of the drive.

      Resolution:
      [No Mains Voltage] nLP means control P24 and com is powered on main control board of the drive but there is no voltage on L1, L2 and L3 feeding the input of the drive. 
      DC bus may not be powering up, which could indicate drive issue. Suggest to measure the DC bus.
      Could be a power or control board issue.

       

      My external device is making noise when installed next to an Altivar Process Drive. What could be the cause?

      Issue:
      My external device is making noise when installed next to an Altivar Process Drive. What could be the cause?

      Product Line:
      Altivar Process Drive

      Environment:
      All serial numbers for Altivar Process Drive (ATV630, ATV930, ATV650, ATV950, ATV660, ATV960, ATV680, ATV980)

      Cause:
      Related to noise issues

      Resolution:
      Noise is typically not generated by the drive but in some cases here are a few things check:
      [Complete settings] [Motor parameters] [Switching frequency]
      - Switching Frequency [SFr] (Increasing may reduce noise but increase heat generated by the drive)
      - Noise Reduction [nrd] 

      NOTE: In the event of excessive temperature rise, the drive automatically reduces the switching frequency
      and reset it once the temperature returns to normal.
      In case of high-speed motor, it is advised to increase the PWM frequency [Switching frequency] SFr at
      8, 12 kHz or 16 kHz


      - Check for possible electrical interference from nearby devices
      - Check installation cables
        Recommend the use of proper VFD or shielded cables in separate conduits. Refer to Installation Manual for Guide Lines.
       

      What can cause an tJF or IGBT overheating fault in the ATV630 and ATV930 drives?

      Issue:
      What causes tJF or IGBT overheating fault on the ATV630 and ATV930 drives?

      Product Line:
      ATV630 and ATV930

      Environment:
      All

      Cause:
      IGBT is overheating or fans are not running.

      Resolution:
      IGBT Overheating Error
      Principle
      The thermal model of the IGBT thermal monitoring has detected an overheat. This function is protecting the IGBT's.

      Probable causes
      - Ambient temperature too high.
      - Fans not funtioning properly or at all.
      - Filter blocked.
      - Inadequate ventilation.
      - Motor wired incorrectly. Motor leads could be wired to the wrong windings on a dual-rated motor.

      Remedies
      - Check the motor and load in relation to the drive. Make sure the horsepower and amperage ratings of the motor are not larger than those of the drive. 
      - Check the ventilation of the Drive and the ambient temperature. 
      - Reduce the switching frequency

      Note: If, for example, motor leads are wired to the 230V windings on a motor when they should be wired to the 460V windings, it can increase current and overheat the IGBT's in the drive.

      What Altivar Process Drives are offered in the Enclosed Drive Systems?

      Issue:
      Needs to know what are the Enclosed Altivar Process Drive Systems offerings?

      Product Line:
      Altivar Process Drive Systems (ATV660, ATV960, ATV680, ATV980, Altivar Outdoor)

      Environment:
      All serial numbers for Altivar Drive Systems 

      Cause:
      Schneider Electric offers the following drives as an Enclosed package:
      • Altivar Process ATV660 (Compact Drive Systems)
      • Altivar Process ATV960 (High Performance Drive Systems)
      • Altivar Process ATV680 (Low Harmonic Drive Systems)
      • Altivar Process ATV980 (Low Harmonic Regenerative Drive Systems)
      • Altivar Process Outdoor Drive (Nema 3R only)

      Resolution:
      Enclosed System Drives are packaged drives that come standard with the following:
      • Circuit Breaker
      • Line Chokes
      • Control Options (HOA & Speedpot)
      • Light Options

      Enclosure Type Options:
      • Nema1
      • Nema 12
      • Nema 3R

      Framework:
      • For up to 125hp Normal Duty, the Drive System is composed of Altivar 630/930 Drive Converter.
      • For drives 150hp Normal Duty and over, they incorporate a Modular Brick Design. 
        • Each drive has several brick components that each hold or carry certain specific parts.  This parts can be replaced if needed to by replacing that particular brick but must be done by a certified Schneider Personnel. These spare components can be ordered for local inventory. 
        • The drive still maintains the same control and power boards parts from the original Altivar 630 or 930 open style drives.
      • ​The enclosed drive packages offer both wall mounting and floor standing options. 


      Altivar Process ATV660 (Compact Drive)
      This is a standard 6-pulse enclosed package drive for the Altivar 600 series. 

      Concept:
      The concept of the Altivar Process ATV660 Compact Drive Systems offers standard enclosures ready to connect. The modular construction makes it possible to adapt the enclosure unit to the individual requests. This economic enclosure variant makes the planning easy and supports a quick installation and commissioning of the drive.

      Size:
      • Ranges from 1hp - 900hp for Normal Duty
      • Ranges from 1hp to 700hp for Heavy Duty

      Ordering:
      Can be ordered through SE Advantage. End Customers must contact Local Distributors for assistance.


      Altivar Process ATV960 (High Performance Drive Systems)
      This is a standard 6-pulse enclosed package drive for the Altivar 930 series.

      Concept:
      The concept of the Altivar Process ATV960 High Performance Drive Systems offers standard enclosures ready to connect. The modular construction makes it possible to adapt the enclosure unit to the individual requests. This economic enclosure variant makes the planning easy and supports a quick installation and commissioning of the drive.

      Size
      • Ranges from 1hp - 900hp for normal duty
      • Ranges from 1hp to 700hp for heavy duty

      Ordering:
      Can be ordered through SE Advantage. End Customers must contact Local Distributors for assistance.
       
      Altivar Process ATV680 (Low Harmonic Drive Systems)
      This Drive System is based off of a 3-Level Active Front End which provides input current shaping before the DC bus. This has all the same application functions as the ATV600 drives.

      Concept:
      The ATV680 Low Harmonic Drive Systems are used when drives should contain mains harmonics particularly low.
      In comparison with the classic circuit structure of active mains rectifiers, the 3-level technology allows an increase of the switching frequency and the current load is reduced at the same time. This new technology reaches a total distortion factor THD(i) of around 2.3 % and thus fulfills the requirements according to IEEE 519 of THD(i) < 5 % also in case of distorted mains.

      Size
      • Ranges from 1hp - 900hp for Normal Duty
      • Ranges from 1hp to 700hp for Heavy Duty
      Replacement​:
      Suitable replacement for our legacy 18 Pulse Drives

      Ordering:
      Can be ordered through SE Advantage. End Customers must contact Local Distributors for assistance.

      Altivar Process ATV980 (Low Harmonic Regenerative Drive Systems)
      Based off of the Altivar Process ATV680 Low harmonic Drive System, only difference is to expect same ATV900 application functions with full Regen capability.

      Concept:
      The ATV980 Regenerative Drive Systems increase the efficiency by feeding back the drive energy to the mains.
      An absolutely new developed concept based on a 3-Level technology allows the full energy flow in both directions and reduces the total harmonic distortion THD(i) to a value less than 5 % at the same time.

      Size
      • Ranges from 1hp - 900hp for Normal Duty
      • Ranges from 1hp to 700hp for Heavy Duty
      Replacement​:
      Suitable replacement for our 18 Pulse Drives

      Ordering:
      Distributors must go through our Drives Quotation Group. 
      End Customers must contact Local Distributors for assistance


      Altivar 630 Outdoor Drive (Nema 3R Only)
      These is an outdoor enclosed package drive for the Altivar 630 series. 
      Size:
      • Ranges from 1hp - 250hp
      Replacement​:
      Suitable replacement for our legacy Altivar 61/71 Outdoor Drives

      Ordering:
      Can be ordered through SE Advantage. End Customers must contact Local Distributors for assistance.

      Distributor Locator Tool
      https://www.schneider-electric.us/en/work/support/locator/distributor-locator-power-industry.jsp

      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
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