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List of Figures Figure 2. List of Tables Table 2. This manual is intended for qualified electrical personnel. It is organized according to a logical progression of steps to be followed to install and troubleshoot the drive.
Contains a communication access door that allows access to the communication port without removing the cover.
Intended for general-purpose indoor applications. The numbered items listed below correspond to the numbers used in figures 2. Replacement parts are listed in chapter 9. The numbered items listed below correspond to yv3000 numbers used in figure 2. Terminal Block Assembly Blower Assembly The Fv3000 Regulator board provides a signal for use by an optional snubber resistor braking kit for HP drives. G3000 signal is available through the terminal strip.
Be sure to verify that parameters P. Note that the jumper settings must match the software settings otherwise the reference value may differ from what is expected. Verify that the DC bus voltage is zero by following the procedure in section 9. Locate jumper J17 on the Regulator board. Refer to figures 2.
Locate pin 1 on jumper Gv300 Move the mnaual to the desired setting as shown in figure 2. Refer to instruction manual D for more information about the CS software. The option board is mounted below the Regulator board inside the drive. Refer to the appropriate board instruction manual for more information. Note that no devices are to be mounted behind the drive. Be sure there is adequate clearance for air circulation around the drive.
This area must be kept clear of all control and power wiring. Refer to table 2. Be sure input power to the drive corresponds to the drive nameplate voltage and frequency. Lugs must be Burndy YAN or equivalent. To reduce line disturbances and noise, motor lead length should not exceed 76 meters feet for any non-Reliance Electric motor or any non-inverter duty motor.
When total lead length exceeds 76 meters feetnuisance trips can vv3000 caused by capacitive current flow to ground.
UL Class J, V, time delay, or equivalent. Install fuses to protect the input wiring gv300 accordance mannual local codes. Use grommets, when hubs are not provided, to guard against wire chafing.
Do not route signal and control wiring with power wiring in the same conduit. When adding more than one grounding conductor wire to a single chassis ground, twist the conductors together. On HP drives, close the outer cabinet door. Refer to section 5. Note that HP drives may be supplied with an optional AC disconnect. Wire manuxl AC input power leads by routing them according to drive type.
Refer to figures 4. Wire the DC input power leads by routing them according to drive type. If the application requires the use of output contactors, contact Reliance Electric for assistance. Tighten the three-phase AC output power terminals to the proper torque according to drive type as shown in table 5. Note that when the Control Source parameter P.
The analog reference can be adjusted using parameters P. C Relay Contact N. Relay contact closure is programmable through parameter P. Wiring the Regulator Board Terminal Strip A maintained function loss switch should be used if P. Failure to observe this precaution could result in bodily injury. The encoder connects to terminals 4 through 9 of the Regulator board terminal strip as shown in table 7. Terminal Strip Load Meter or Analog Input Connection to the negative side of the power supply is only required when an external 15V power supply is used.
Jumper J4 must also be set. Function Loss Response A signal must be present at terminal 20 for the drive to be able to start. Note that depending on the setting of parameter P.
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HAPTER Completing the Installation This chapter provides instructions on how to perform a final check of the installation before power is applied to the drive. Only qualified electrical personnel familiar with the construction and operation of this equipment and the hazards involved should start and adjust it.
Apply power to the drive. If a fault occurs, the drive will coast-to-rest stop and a 2- or 3-digit fault code will flash on the display. DC bus capacitors retain hazardous voltages after input power has been disconnected. On HP drives, close the inner and outer cabinet doors. Reconnect the motor to the drive.
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On — HP drives, close the inner and outer cabinet doors. Component is defective if: Connection Component is OK if resistance R is: EN Section Title Protection against electrical shock 6. Identification of the protective conductor Warning signs and item identification Compliance with Electromagnetic Compatibility Standards No other type of mounting is permitted. The required mounting hardware is supplied with the filter. No additional filter installation is required. Continue with section C.
AC input power leads to the terminals at the top gvv3000 the filter. The AC input power leads should have lugs attached. Screen pigtails are not permitted.
The coaxial cable must be run in continuous, rigid, conductive conduit. After you have completed this mxnual, please return it to: D December Comments: Publication D – December Page of Go.
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