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COMBIVERT

0,75...3 kW
D BETRIEBSANLEITUNG KEB COMBIVERT M4

GB INSTRUCTION MANUAL
00.M4.00B-K101

05/2003
D Seite D - 3 ............. D - 40

Vorbemerkung
Bevor Sie mit der Installation der R4-S-Rckspeiseeinheit beginnen, lesen Sie diese Anleitung bitte sorgfltig und
beachten Sie unbedingt die darin enthaltenen Hinweise und Vorschlge.
Diese Betriebsanleitung mu jedem Anwender zugnglich gemacht werden.
Vor jeglichen Arbeiten mu sich der Anwender mit dem Gert vertraut machen. Darunter fllt insbesondere die
Kenntnis und Beachtung der Sicherheits- und Warnhinweise.
Sicherheitsrelevante Texte sind kursiv ausgezeichnet.
Die im Kapitel Sicherheitshinweise aufgefhrten Hinweise sollten aus folgenden Grnden unbedingt beachtet
werden:
Sicherheit fr Mensch und Maschine
Funktion und Stranflligkeit
TV-Abnahmen und Zertifizierung
Garantie und Gewhrleistung
Die in dieser Betriebsanleitung verwendeten Piktogramme haben folgende Bedeutung:

Gefahr! Achtung! Information!


Warnung! Unbedingt Hilfe!
Vorsicht! beachten! Tip!

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Remark
Before you start with the installation of the R4-S-regenerative unit, please read this manual carefully and pay special
attention to the notes and suggestions.
This manual must be made available to every user.
Before working with the unit the user must become familiar with it. This especially applies to the knowledge and
observance of the following safety and warning indications.
Safety indication text is written in italic type.
The instructions in this chapter must be absolutely observed for the following reasons:
Safety for people and machines
Function and susceptibility to faults
Guarantee and warrenties
The pictograms used here have the following meaning:

Danger! Attention! Information!


Warning! Essential Comment!
Caution! Measure ! Tip!
Table of Contents

1. Safety Instructions ......................................................................................... 45

2. Product Description ....................................................................................... 48

2.1 Use as instructed .......................................................................................... 48

2.2 Features of the power circuit ......................................................................... 48

2.3 Device identification ...................................................................................... 48

2.4 Technical data ............................................................................................... 49

3. Installation ..................................................................................................... 50

3.1 Mounting of the unit ....................................................................................... 50

3.1.1 Dimensions ................................................................................................... 50

3.1.2 Installation instructions .................................................................................. 51

3.2 Connection of the power circuit ..................................................................... 52

3.3 Connection of electromagnetic brake (no braking resistor) ........................... 54

3.3.1 Technical data for brake activation ................................................................ 55

3.4 Connecting braking resistor........................................................................... 55

3.5 Instructions for EMC-conform wiring ............................................................. 55

4. Installation and Connection ........................................................................... 56

4.1 Control circuit version C ................................................................................ 56

4.1.1 Assignment of Terminal Strip X1 ................................................................... 56

4.1.2 Connection of the Control ............................................................................. 57

4.1.3 Digital Inputs ................................................................................................. 57

4.1.4 Analog Inputs ................................................................................................ 57

4.1.5 Outputs .......................................................................................................... 58

4.2 Control circuit version S ................................................................................ 58

4.2.1 Assignment of Terminal Strip X1 ................................................................... 58

4.2.2 Connection of the Control ............................................................................. 59

4.2.3 Digital inputs .................................................................................................. 59

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4.2.4 Analog inputs ................................................................................................ 59

4.2.5 Outouts .......................................................................................................... 59

5. Operation of the unit ...................................................................................... 60

5.1 Digital operator .............................................................................................. 60

5.1.1 Interface operator .......................................................................................... 60

5.1.2 Keyboard ....................................................................................................... 61

5.2 Parameter Summary ..................................................................................... 62

5.3 Password Input .............................................................................................. 62

5.4 Operating Display .......................................................................................... 63

5.5 Basic Adjustment of the Drive ....................................................................... 64

5.6 Special Adjustments ...................................................................................... 66

5.7 The Drive Mode ............................................................................................. 72

6. Error Diagnosis ............................................................................................. 73

7. Glossary ........................................................................................................ 75

8. Maintenance .................................................................................................. 76

9. Out of Service, Demounting and Waste Disposal ......................................... 76

10. Index .............................................................................................................. 77

11. Quick reference ............................................................................................. 78

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Safety and Application Instructions

1. Safety Instructions
For the following reasons it is absolutely necessary to strictly observe the
directions in this chapter:
Safety for people and machines
Function and susceptibility to faults
Guarantee and warranties

General
Inverters/servo drives contain dangerous voltages which can cause death or
Danger to life serious injury. Care should be taken to ensure correct and safe operation to
minimise the risk to personnel and equipment.

Only All work from the transport, to installation and start-up as well as maintenance
Qualified may only be done by qualified personnel (IEC 364 and/or CENELEC HD 384
Electro- and IEC-Report 664 and note national safety regulations). According to this
Personnel manual qualified staff means:
those who are able to recognize and judge the possible dangers based on
their technical training and experience
those with knowledge of the relevant standards and who are familiar with the
field of power transmission (VDE 0100, EN 50178, EN 60204 as well as the
approporiate regulations for your area).

Use as directed
Inverters/servo drives are designed for speed control of asynchronous and per-
manent magnet motors, respectively. Use for other purpose is not recommended
and may lead to equipment damage.

The inverter/servo drive must not be started until it is determined that the
Observe
installation complies with 89/392/EEC (machine directive) as well as the EMC-
Standards
directive (89/336/EEC)(note EN60204).

The frequency inverters/servo drives meet the requirements of the Low-Voltage


Directive 73/231/EEC. The harmonized standards of the series EN 50178 in
conenction with EN 60439-1 and EN 60146 were used.

Transport, Storage and Installation


COMBIVERT M4 must be stored in the original packing and protected against
dampness and excessive coldness or warmth. The transportation over large
distances must be done in the original packing and it must be secured against
blows and shocks. Observe the marking on the outer packing! After removing
the packing place the COMBIVERT M4 securely on a stable base to proceed
with the installation.

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Safety and Application Instructions

Protect Inverters/servo drives must be protected against physical damage during tranport,
Against installation and use. Components and covers must not be bent or moved as this
Accidental may affect insulation distances. The equipment must not be switched on if it is
Contact damaged as it may no longer comply with mandatory standards.
This equipment contains electrostatic sensitive devices which may be damaged
by careless handling.
Make sure that during installation there is enough minimum clearance and
enough cooling. Climatic conditions must be observed in accordance with EN
50178.

Electrical Connection
Note Capacitor Before any installation and connection work, the system must be switched off
Discharge and secured. After clearing the frequency inverter the intermediate circuit
Time capacitors are still charged with high voltage for a short period of time. The unit
can be worked on again, after it has been switched off for 5 minutes.

Control With frequency inverters that are not isolated from the supply circuit all control
Lines lines must be included in other protective measures (e.g. double insulation or
shielded, earthed and insulated). Further information is found in the technical
documentation part 3.

Voltage with Connection of the frequency inverter is only permissible on symmetrical networks
respect to with a maximum line voltage (L1, L2, L3) with respect to earth (N/PE) of 300V.
ground An isolating transformer must be used for supply networks which exceed this
value! The units may be damaged if this is not observed.

Only Fixed The inverter is only designed for a fixed connection, because when using filters
Connection a leakage current > 3.5mA can occur. Protective conductor cross section must
be at least 10mm2 copper or a 2nd conductor must be electrically parallel to the
protective conductor on separate terminals. Ground point-to-point with the
shortest connection possible to mains earth (avoid earth loops).
When using IGBT inverters, high voltage peaks may arise in the motor due to
Voltage Peaks the switching action of the inverter output devices. These voltage peaks may
damage the insulation of the motor winding and must be taken into account
when using motor cables longer than 15m with high frequency motors. In this
case, the motor can be protected with a motor choke, dv/dt filter or sine filter.

Insulation When doing an insulation measurement in accordance with VDE 0100 / Part
Measurement 620, the power semiconductor of the unit and existing radio interference filters
must be disconnected because of the danger of destruction. This is permissible
in compliance with the standard, since all inverters are given a high voltage test
in the end control at KEB in accordance with EN 50178.

Different Earth- When using components without isolated inputs/outputs, it is necessary that
Potentials equipotential bonding exists between the components to be connected (e.g.
through the equalizer). Disregard can cause destruction of the components by
the equalizing currents.

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Safety and Application Instructions

Prevent A trouble-free and safe operation of the frequency inverter is only guaranteed
Disturbances when the connection instructions below are strictly followed. Incorrect operation
or damage may result from incorrect installation.
Note mains voltage and rated motor voltage.
Install power cables and control cables separately (> 15cm separation).
Use shielded/twisted control lines. Connect shield to PE at inverter only.
Only use suitable circuit elements to control the logic and analog inputs, whose
contacts are rated for extra-low voltages.
Make sure inverter and motor housing are well grounded. The screen of the
cable between the inverter and the motor must be directly and securely attached
to both the inverter PE terminal and the motor ground terminal. Remove paint
finish where necessary.
Connect the braking module/ braking resistor with shielded/twisted cables
(install shield on one side of the inverter).
Ground the cabinet or the system earth star point with the shortest connection
to mains earth (avoid earth loops).

RCD
If personnel protection is required during installation of the system the frequency
(FI-Protective
inverters must be protected according to EN 50178 (VDE 0160):
Switch)
1-phase inverters by RCD type A (pulse-current sensitive FIs) or type B (all-
current sensitive FIs)
3-phase inverters (with B6 bridge-connected rectifier) by RCMAs with
separation (used privileged) or RCDs type B (all-current sensitive FIs)
The tripping current should be 300mA or more, in order to avoid a premature
triggering of the inverter by discharge currents (about 200mA).
Dependent on the load, the length of the motor cable and the use of a radio
interference filter, substantially higher leakage current can occur.
The connection instructions from the manufacturer and the valid local reqirements
must be observed.
Dependent on the available mains form (TN, IT, TT) further protective measures
are necessary in accordance with VDE Part 410 (Part 4; Chapter 41). For example,
with TN-mains this protection is made with overcurrent protective devices. With
IT-mains it is insulation monitoring with a pulse-code measuring method. A
protective separation can be used with all mains forms as long as the required
power and cable lengths permit this.
Operating Instuctions
Before starting, all respective enclosures must be secured again, as well as the
terminals and screws must be checked to see that they are securely fixed.
Inverters/servo drives may be set, dependent on type, to restart automatically
Automatic
following a fault stoppage (e.g. Undervoltage Error), when the fault conditions
Restart
clear. System design must take this into account, if appropriate, and additional
monitoring or protective features added where necessary.
The frequency inverters/servo drives are conditionally short-circuit proof (EN
Conditionally
50178). After resetting the internal protection devices, the function as directed
Short-Circuit
is guaranteed.
Proof
Exceptions:
If an earth-leakage fault or short-circuit often occurs at the output, it can lead
to a defect in the unit.
If a short-circuit occurs during regenerative operation (2nd or 4th quadrant,
feedback into the intermediate circuit), it can lead to a defect in the unit.

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Product Description

2. Product Description
With COMBIVERT M4 you have purchased a frequency inverter for highest
demands on quality and dynamic.
This instruction manual describes the frequency inverter KEB COMBIVERT M4
in the range of:
0,75 kW...1,5 kW, 230-V class
0,75 kW...3,0 kW, 400-V class

2.1 Use as instructed


COMBIVERT M4 serves only for the stepless speed control of three-phase a.c.
motors.
The operation of other electric consumers is prohibited and can lead to the
destruction of the unit!

2.2 Features of the power circuit


type of protection IP65 (IP54 for fan design)
low switching losses through IGBT-power circuit
extensive hardware protection regarding current, voltage and temperature
voltage and current monitoring in static and dynamic operation
qualified short-circuit and ground-fault-proof
immunity to interferences according to IEC1000
hardware current control
integrated fan
uniform fixing raster

2.3 Device identification

09.M4.C0D 3420
Options 0 = Standard
Switching frequency 1 = 2 kHz, 2 = 4 kHz, 4 = 8 kHz,
6 = 12 kHz, 8 = 16 kHz
Supply voltage 2 = 230-V-Class, 4 = 400-V-Class
Input identification 1 = 1 phase, 3 = 3 phase
Housing type D
Accessory 0 = without, 1 = Braking transistor,
2 = Filter, 3 = Filter and braking transistor,
4 = Filter with braking control
Control inserted C = Compact, S = Standard
Unit marking M4 = Wall mounted module IP65/54
Unit size 07...11

In case of special customer wishes the last 4 digits may vary from the above
code.

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Product Description

2.4 Technical data


230-V-Class 400-V-Class
Inverter size 07 09 07 09 10 11
Output nominal power [kVA] 1,6 2,8 1,8 2,8 4 5,2
Max. rated motor power [kW] 0,75 1,5 0,75 1,5 2,2 3
Output nominal current [A] 4 7 2,6 4,1 5,8 7,5
Max. short-time current [A] 7,2 12,6 4,6 7,4 10,4 13,4
OC-tripping current [A] 8,8 15 5,7 9 12,7 16,4
Nominal input current [A] 8 4,4 14 7,7 2,8 4,5 6,4 8,3
Rated operating frequency [kHz] 4 4 4 4 4 2
Max. operating frequency [kHz] 16 8 4 4 4 8
Power loss at nominal
[W] 65 70 45 60 80 85
operating
Max. heat sink
[C] 70 70
temperature
Max. permissible mains
[A] 20 10 20 10 10 10 20
fuse (inert)
[mm2-
Line cross section 2,5 1,5 2,5 1,5 1,5 1,5 2,5
]
Min. braking resistor ]
[ 56 160 160 82
Typ. braking resistor ]
[ 100 390 270 150
Max. braking current [A] 7 5
Tightening torque for
[Nm] 0,5 0,5
terminals
1) 180...260 0 305...500 0
Mains voltage [V]
(230 V Nominal voltage) (400 V Nominal voltage)
Phases 1 3 1 3 3
Mains frequency [Hz] 50/60 2 50/60 2
Output voltage [V] 3x0...U Netz 3x0...U Netz
Output frequency [Hz] see control board see control board
Shielded motor line length
[m] - 5
with filter (Class A)
Shielded motor line length
[m] 10 - 10 - directly mounted at the motor
with filter (Class B)
Shielded motor line length
[m] 30 30 50 50 100
without filter
Storage temperature [C] -25...70 -25...70
Operating temperature [C] -10...40 -10...40
Model / protective system
2) IP 65 IP 65 IP 54

1) At nominal voltages 460 V multiply the rated current with the factor 0.86.
2) With built-in braking resistor the type of protection corresponds to IP54.

Site altitude max. 2000 m. With site altitudes over 1000 m a power reduction of
1% per 100m must be taken into consideration.

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3. Installation

3.1 Mounting of the unit

3.1.1 Dimensions

COMBIVERT M4
A B C D E F G Weight
Dimensions 265 7,5 95 35 280 39 15
[mm] H I 1)
K L M 2)
N 3)
O 4) 4,9 kg
Dimensions 250 175 150 1,5 185,5 210,5 170,5
[mm]
A
B
2xPG 9 PG 16
C

D 2xPG 9 PG 16 F
E
I1)
G H K

PG 16
M 2)
O 4)

L
N 3)

1)
with built-on braking resistor
2)
M at unit size 09/230-V-Class 1-phase supply connection
3)
N at unit size 10/400-V-Class
4)
O at unit size 07/230- and 400-V-Class
and at unit size 09/400-V-Class

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3.1.2 Installation instructions


The COMBIVERT M4 is intended for vertical installation.

A minimum distance of 15 cm to neighbouring


15 cm assembly groups must be maintained.

3 cm

15 cm

To guarantee the type of protection IP65 it is absolutely necessary to carry out


all connections with PG-screwed glands.

PG 16 Remove the housing cover first before


connecting the required cables.

Then remove the blank screwings at


the required cable entries.
K
A
nt

EB
rie
bs
te
ch
nik

In case of shielded lines use cable


glands with shield attachment.

Carry out the shield attachement in


PG 16 accordance with the specifications of
the manufacturer!
PG 9

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3.2 Connection of the power circuit


Assembly groups and terminals strips of COMBIVERT M4

RS232 interface
Control terminal for operator
strip X1 (depending on
built-in operator)

Fitting of braking resistor


L1 L2 L3 PA PB u v w
OHOH (Option), refer to 3.4
Power circuit
terminal strip X2

Supply connection X4
L1 L2 L3

with integrated filter

Operator ENTER
START
FUNC.
Mains filter
F/R SPEED
STOP

Connection PTC X3
OH
OH

without integrated filter

Warnung:
Die Kondensatorentladezeit
betrgt 5 min! Connection for
Ein Fehlerstromschutz-
schalter ist als alleinige
Schutzmanahme nicht zulssig!
electromagnetic brake X5,
Br+ see chapter 3.3
Br-

Control terminal Connection PTC X3


OH
OH

stripX1 with integrated filter

Power circuit
terminal strip X2

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Observe input voltage since 230V and 400V class (3-phase) is possible.

Power circuit terminal strip X2 Power circuit terminal strip X2


1-phase 3-phase

L1 N PA PB U V W L1 L2 L3 PA PB U V W
OH OH OH OH

L1, N 1-phase mains connection U, V, W Motor connection


L1, L2, L3 3-phase mains connection Connection for shielding/
PA, PB Connection for braking resistor earthing
OH, OH internally wired with X3

The supply connection with integrated filter is made to terminal strip X4!

The interchanging of supply and motor connection leads to the immediate


destruction of the unit!
Observe the supply voltage and correct polarity of the motor!

Wiring diagram 1
2

1 3 OH OH
L1 L1 U
L1
N N + V 5
N
W M
4
3~
PE PE
PE PE
PA PB
6

Wiring diagram 2

1 3 OH OH
L1 L1 U
L1
L2 5
L2 + V
L2
L3 L3 W M
L3 3~
4 PE
PE
PE PE
PA PB
6

1 Mains fuse, 2 Main contactor, 3 Interference suppression filter,


4 COMBIVERT M4, 5 Motor, 6 Housing

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Don't install OG-wiring (also shieding) with control cable!


Only permissible with double-shielding onto the motor cable!

3.3 Connection of electromagnetic brake (no braking resistor)

bl 0V
15 V
rt
RLA / FLA
RLB / FLB
RLC / FLC
Br+ Br- sw
L1 L1 L1 U
L2 sw V
L2 L2
sw W
L3 L3 L3
PE PA PB OH OH

Optionally the filter is fitted with one output for the direct connection of a brake
(Br+, Br-).
The wiring is to be done according to the above terminal connection diagram.
For S-control cards use terminals RLA...RLC and for C-control cards use terminals
FLA...FLC.
The frequency level for the engagement of the brake is adjusted with CP.23 to
slip frequency (standard 4 Hz).

Typical rated voltage for electromagnetic brakes:

230V-Class: UN = 105 VDC


400V-Class: UN = 205 VDC

3.3.1 Technical data for brake activation

Filter input
Voltage dependent on the filter
Braking output
Nominal power max. 50 W
Nominal current max. 0,4 A DC (not shor t circuit proofed)
Voltage 0,45 x Uin
Control input
Voltage 13...30 V DC 0 %
Current max. 11 mA

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3.4 Connecting braking resistor


In order to enter the overheating of a braking resistor it is absolutely
necessarily the thermal relay of the braking resistor to be monitored.
Attention Fire Risk!
Overloads may be caused by:

the ramps are too short


incorrect dimensioning of the braking resistor
the input voltage is being too high
defect of the braking resistor in the inverter or braking module

Protection with defective braking transistor offers excluding switching off


the mains voltage (see figure).
Braking resistors can develop very high surface temperatures, therefore
attach as contact-proof and as far away as possible from inflammable
materials!
Connection of the +/PA, PB Terminals for the braking resistor
braking resistor during release of the temperature monitoring the input voltage is
switched off
X1A
L1
N/L2
L3
PA ++
12 11
--
K1 PB
PB
U
U OH1 V
OH2 W
OH
OH

230 or 24 V AC/DC at 24 V AC/DC


drive check tripping

A simplified protection is achieved, if the links of the temperature sensor are


integrated into the temperature detection in accordance with the following
figure. This measure does not protect with a defect of the brake transistor
however against the developing extreme load with acute fire risk.

Connection of the
temperature monitoring Motor-
Others PTC
K1
Bridge, when no monitoring occurs
Terminals OH 12 11
OH
Do not lay connecting cable together
with control cable OH
Only permissible with double-shielding
onto the motor cable! Temperature sensor (PTC )
1650...4 tripping resistance
750...1650 reset resistance

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3.5 Instructions for EMC-conform wiring


In order to prevent noise crosstalk
a) Mains/supply lines
b) Motor lines from inverters and servo controllers
c) Control and data lines (low voltage levels < 48V)
must have a clearance of at least 15 cm when installed.
In order to maintain low-resistance high frequency connections, earthing and
shielding, as well as other metallic connections (e.g. mounting plate, installed
units) must be in metal-to-metal contact with the mounting plate, over as large
an area as possible. Use earthing and equipotential lines with a section as
large as possible (min. 10mm2) or use thick earthing strips.
If external interference suppression filters are used, then these must be installed
as close as possible to (<30cm from) the interference source and in metal-to-
metal contact with the mouting plate, over as large an area as possible.
Always equip inductive control elements (contactors, relays etc.) with
suppressors such as varistors, RC-elements or damping diodes.
All connections must be kept as short as possible and as close as possible to
the earth, as free floating lines work as active and passive aerials.
Keep connection cables straight (do not bundle). Install a non-assigned wire
on both sides of the protective conductor.
The flow and return circuit must be twisted when the lines are not shielded, in
order to dampen common-mode noise.
For shielded lines always use metal cable glands with shield lacing.

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4. Installation and Connection

4.1 Control circuit version C

4.1.1 Assignment of Terminal Strip X1

1 2 3 4 20 21 22 23

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

PIN Function Name Description


X1.1 NO contact RLA Relay output
X1.2 Opening contact RLB Function see parameter CP.22
X1.3 Switching contact RLC (factory setting: fault indication)
X1.4 Fixed frequency 1 I1 X1.4+X1.5 = Fixed frequency 3
X1.5 Fixed frequency 2 I2 no input = analog set value
X1.6 DC-braking I3 aktivates the dc-braking
X1.7 Energy saving funktion I4 Output voltage is reduced to 70%
X1.8 REF + REF+ Difference voltage; voltage difference is added to/
X1.9 REF - REF- subtracted from X1.17t
X1.10 Forward F Preset rotation;
X1.11 Reverse R Forward has prioriyt
X1.12 Frequency depend. OUT1 Transistor output switches atswitch freal = fset
X1.13 digital Mass 0V Potential for digital in-/outputs
X1.14 15 V Uext voltage supply for digital in-/ outputs (max. 100 mA)
X1.15 Analog output AOUT Analog output of the real frequency 0...10VDC=0 ...100Hz
X1.16 +10 V CRF Supply for set value potentiometer (max. 4 mA)
X1.17 Set value input REF 0...10 V (0...20 mA and 4...20 mA adjustable with CP.24)
X1.18 Common COM Mass for analog in- and outputs
X1.19 Control release ST Power modules are enabled / reset at opening
X1.20 Reset RST Hardware reset; only possible when an error occurs
X1.21 NO contact FLA Relay output;
X1.22 Opening contact FLB switches, when from parameter CP.23 is reached
X1.23 Switching contact FLC (frequency dependent switch)

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4.1.2 Connection of the Control


In order to prevent a malfunction caused by interference voltage supply on the
control inputs, the following directions should be observed:
- Use shielded/drilled cables
- Lay shield on one side of the inverter onto earth potential
EMC - Lay control and power cable separately (about 10...20 cm apart)
- Lay crossings in a right angle (in case it cannot be prevented)

4.1.3 Digital Inputs


Use of internal voltage supply

4 5 6 7 10 11 13 14 19 20 PE
13...30 V DC
0 % smoothed
Ri = 4,4 k

Use of external voltage supply

4 5 6 7 10 11 13 14 19 20 PE

+
13...30 V DC
4.1.4 Analog Inputs
setting (see CP.24) set-point setting

16 17 18 PE 8 9 18 PE

R = 3...10 k

0...10 V DC + - 0...10 V DC
+ SPS Ri = 40 k
Ri = 4 k

+ 0(4)...20 mA DC
Ri = 250

Connect unused analog inputs to common, to prevent set value fluctuations!

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4.1.5 Outputs

+15V

30 V DC/1 A 30 V DC/1 A

1 2 3 12 13 14 15 18 21 22 23 PE

In order to prevent undefined conditions during external power supply, the


external power supply should be switched on first and then the inverter.
When using inductive consumers at the relay output a protective wiring (i.e. free
wheeling diode) is necessary to protect the relay!

4.2 Control circuit version S

4.2.1 Assignment of Terminal Strip X1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

PIN Funktion Name Erklrung


X1.1 Schlieer RLA Relaisausgang
X1.2 ffner RLB Funktion siehe Parameter CP.22
X1.3 Schaltkontakt RLC (Werkseinstellung: Strmeldung)
X1.4 Festfrequenz 1 I1 X1.4+X1.5 = Festfrequenz 3
X1.5 Festfrequenz 2 I2 wenn kein Eingang gesetzt ist, wirkt der analoge Sollwer t
X1.6 digitale Masse 0V Bezugspotential fr digitale Ein-/Ausgnge
X1.7 +10 V Ausgang CRF Versorgungsspg. fr Sollwer tpotentiometer (max. 4 mA)
X1.8 Sollwer teingang REF 0...10 V DC fr analoge Sollwer ttvorgabe einstellbar
X1.9 analoge Masse COM Masse fr analoge Ein- und Ausgnge
X1.10 Analogausgang AOUT Ausgabe der Ausgangsfrequenz 0...10 V DC = 0...100 Hz
X1.11 15 V +15 V Versorgungsspg. fr digitale Ein-/Ausgnge (max. 100 mA)
X1.12 Rckwr ts R Drehrichtungsvorgabe;
X1.13 Vorwr ts F Vorwr ts hat Prioritt
X1.14 Reglerfreigabe ST/ Freigabe der Endstufen;
Reset RST Reset beim ffnen

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4.2.2 Connection of the Control


In order to prevent a malfunction caused by interference voltage supply on the
control inputs, the following directions should be observed:
- Use shielded/drilled cables
- Lay shield on one side of the inverter onto earth potential
EMC - Lay control and power cable separately (about 10...20 cm apart)
- Lay crossings in a right angle (in case it cannot be prevented)

4.2.3 Digital inputs


Internal voltage supply External voltage supply

4 5 11 12 13 14 PE 4 5 6 12 13 14 PE

+
13...30 V DC

4.2.4 Analog inputs


Internal analog set-point setting External analog set-point setting

7 8 9 PE 8 9 PE

0...10 V DC
R = 3...10 k + - Ri = 40 k
SPS

4.2.5 Outouts
30 V DC/1 A

1 2 3 9 10 PE
Analog output:
+ 0...10VDC / max. 5mA at
Ri 56 K const.
0...1mADC at
Ri 5 k const.

When using inductive consumers at the relay output a protective wiring (i.e. free
wheeling diode) is necessary to protect the relay!

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Operating of the unit

5. Operation of the unit


As an accessory to the local operation an operator is necessary. To prevent
malfunctions, the inverter must be brought into nOP status before connecting/
disconnecting the operator (open control release terminal X1.19 C-Version/X1.14
S-Version). When starting the inverter without an operator, it is started with the
last stored values or factory setting. The operator is obtainable in different versions:

5.1 Digital operator


Part-No. 00.F4.010-2009

5-digit LED Display

Operating-/Error display
START Normal "LED on"
ENTER FUNC.
F/R
STOP
SPEED Error "LED blinks"

Double function keyboard

5.1.1 Interface operator


Part-No. 00.F4.010-1009

In the Interface operator there is an additionally isolated RS232/RS485-Inter-


face integrated.

PE-Connection RS232/RS485

5 4 3 2 1

9 8 7 6

PIN RS485 Signal Meaning


1 reser ved
2 TxD Transmitter signal/RS232
3 RxD Receiver signal/RS232
4 A' RxD-A Receiver signal A/RS485
5 B' RxD-B Receiver signal B/RS485
6 VP Voltage supply-Plus +5 V (Imax. = 10 mA)
7 C/C' DGND Data reference potential
8 A TxD-A Transmitter signal A/RS485
9 B TxD-B Transmitter signal B/RS485

For further information about other versions of operators contact KEB!

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Operating of the unit

5.1.2 Keyboard

When switching on KEB COMBIVERT the value of parameter CP.1 appears.


(See Drive mode to switch the keyboard function)

The function key (FUNC)


changes between the FUNC.
parameter value and SPEED
parameter number.

With UP and DOWN the


value of the parameter
number is increased/
decreased with changeable STOP STOP
parameters. START START

Principally during a change, parameter values are immediately accepted and


stored non-volatile. With some parameters it is not useful, that the adjusted
value is accepted immediately. When this type of parameter is changed, then a
point appears behind the last digit.

By pressing ENTER the ENTER


adjusted value is accepted F/R
and non-volatile stored.

If a malfunction occurs during operation, then the actual display is overwritten


by the alarm message. The alarm message in the display is reset by ENTER.

Error
ENTER
F/R

With ENTER the error message is only reset in the display. In order
to reset the error itself, the cause must be removed and a reset on
terminal X1.20 (C-Version) / X1.14 (S-Version) or a power-on reset
must occur. In the Inverter status display (CP. 2) the error is still
displayed.

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Operating of the unit

5.2 Parameter Summary


The CP-parameters form a selection of parameters defined by KEB. To
achieve access to the entire parameter range you require an application
manual.

Display Parameter Adjust. range Resolution Factory setting


CP. 0 Password input 0...9999 1 -
CP. 1 Actual frequency display - 0,1 Hz -
CP. 2 Inverter status display - - -
CP. 3 Actual load - 1% -
CP. 4 Peak load - 1% -
CP. 5 Rated frequency 0...409.58 Hz 0.0125 Hz 50.0 Hz
CP. 6 Boost 0...25.5 % 0.1 % 2%
CP. 7 Acceleration time 0.01...300 s 0.01 s 10 s
CP. 8 Deceleration time 0.01...300 s 0.01 s 10 s
CP. 9 Minimal frequency 0...409.58 Hz 0.0125 Hz 0 Hz
CP.10 Maximal frequency 0...409.58 Hz 0.0125 Hz 70 Hz
CP.11 Fixed frequency 1 0...409.58 Hz 0.0125 Hz 5 Hz
CP.12 Fixed frequency 2 0...409.58 Hz 0.0125 Hz 50 Hz
CP.13 Fixed frequency 3 0...409.58 Hz 0.0125 Hz 70 Hz
CP.14 Max. ramp current 10...200 % 1% 140 %
CP.15 Max. constant current 10...200 % 1% 200 %
CP.16 Speed search 0...15 1 8
CP.17 Voltage stabilization 150...649 V,off 1V off
CP.18 Slip compensation -2.50...2.50 0.01 0=off
CP.19 Autoboost -2.50...2.50 0.01 0=off
CP.20 DC-braking 0...9 1 7
CP.21 Braking time 0...100 s 0.01 s 10 s
CP.22 Relay output 0...xx 1 2
CP.23 Frequency value 0...409.58 Hz 0.0125 Hz 4 Hz
CP.24 Reference signal (only C) 0...2 1 0

5.3 Password Input


Ex works the frequency inverter is supplied without password protection, this
means that all changeable parameters can be adjusted. After parameterizing
the unit can be barred against unauthorized access. The adjusted mode is stored.

ENTER

Barring the Password


CP-Parameter

UP

FUNC

ENTER

Password
Releasing the
CP-Parameter

UP

FUNC

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Operating of the unit

5.4 Operating Display


The 4 parameters below serve to control the frequency inverter during operation.

Actual frequency Display of the actual output frequency with a resolution of 0.0125 Hz. The
display rotation of the inverter is indicated by the sign.

Output frequency 18.3 Hz, rotation forward


Examples:
Output frequency 18.3 Hz, rotation reverse

Inverter status The status display shows the actual working conditions of the inverter. Possible
display displays and their meanings are:

" no Operation " control release (terminal X1.19) not bridged,


modulation switched off, output voltage = 0 V, drive is not
controlled.

" Low Speed " no rotation preset ( terminal X1.10 or X1.11),


modulation switched off, output voltage = 0 V, drive is not
controlled.

" Forward Acceleration " drive accelerates with a forward


direction of rotation.

" Forward Deceleration " drive decelerates with a forward


direction of rotation.

" Reverse Acceleration " drives accelerates with a reverse


direction of rotation.

" Reverse Deceleration " drive decelerates with a reverse


direction of rotation.

" Forward Constant " drive runs with a constant speed and a
forward direction of rotation.

" Reverse Constant " drive runs with constant speed and a
reverse direction of rotation.

Other status messages are described at the parameters, which they cause.

Actual load Display of the actual inverter rate of utilization in percent. 100% rate of utilization
is equal to the inverter rated current. Only positive values are displayed,
meaning there is no differentiation between motor and regenerative operation.

Peak load This display makes it possible to recognize short-term fluctuations of the rate
of utilization by storing the highest value that occurred. The display occurs in
percent (100% = inverter rated current).

With the UP or DOWN key the peak value can be reset when the unit
is on. As a result it is possible to measure the highest rate of utilization
in certain operating phases. Switching off the unit deletes the peak
value.
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Operating of the unit

5.5 Basic Adjustment of the Drive

The following parameters determine the fundamental operating data of the


drive. They should be checked and/or adapted to the application.

Rated frequency With the adjusted frequency the inverter reaches a maximal output voltage. The
adjustment of the rated motor frequency is typical here. Note: Motors can
overheat when the rated frequency is incorrectly adjusted!
UA
Adjustment range: 0...409.58 Hz
Resolution: 0.0125 Hz 100%
Factory setting: 50.0 Hz
Customer adjustment: _______ Hz
CP. 5 f

Boost In the lower speed range a large part of the motor voltage decreases on the stator
resistance. In order that the breakdown torque of the motor remains almost
constant in the entire speed range, the voltage decrease can be compensated
by the boost.
UA

Adjustment range: 0...25.5 %


Resolution: 0.1 %
Factory setting: 2.0 %
Customer adjustment: _______ % CP. 6
CP. 5 f
Adjustment: - Determine the rate of utilzation in no-load operation during
rated frequency
- Preset about 10 Hz and adjust the boost, so that about the
same rate of utilization is reached as with the rated frequency.

When the motor, during continuous operation, runs with low speed
and too high voltage it can lead to an overheating of the motor.

Acceleration time The parameter determines the time needed, in order to accelerate from 0 to 100
Hz. The actual acceleration time is proportional to the frequency change.

delta f
x CP. 7 = actual acceleration time f
100 Hz
100 Hz
Adjustment range: 0.01...300 s
Resolution: 0.01 s
Factory setting: 10 s
Customer adjustment: _______ s CP. 7 t

Example: CP. 7 = 10 s ; the drive should accelerate from 10 Hz to 60 Hz


delta f = 60 Hz - 10 Hz = 50 Hz

actual acceleration time = (50 Hz / 100 Hz) x 10s = 5 s

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Operating of the unit

Decceleration time The parameter determines the time needed in order to decelerate from 100 to 0
Hz. The actual deceleration time is proportional to the frequency change.
delta f
x CP. 8 = actual acceleration time f
100 Hz
Adjustment range: 0.01...300 s 100 Hz
Resolution: 0.01 s
Factory setting: 10 s
Customer adjustment: _______ s t
CP. 8
Example: CP. 8 = 10 s ; the drive should decelerate from 60 Hz to 10 Hz
delta f = 60 Hz - 10 Hz = 50 Hz

actual deceleration time = (50 Hz / 100 Hz) x 10s = 5 s

Minimal frequency Frequency on which the inverter runs without presetting an analog set value.
Internal limiting of the fixed frequencies CP.11CP.13.
f
Adjustment range: 0.0...409.58 Hz
Resolution: 0.0125 Hz CP.10
Factory setting: 0.0 Hz
Customer adjustment: _______ Hz CP. 9
UREF
0V 10 V

Maximal frequency Frequency on which the inverter runs with maximum analog set value.
Internal limiting of the fixed frequencies CP.11CP.13.

Adjustment range: 0.0...409.58 Hz


Resolution: 0.0125 Hz
Factory setting: 70 Hz
Customer adjustment: _______ Hz

Fixed frequency 1...3 Three fixed frequencies can be adjusted. The selection of the fixed frequencies
occurs with the inputs I1 and I2 (terminal X1.4 and X1.5).
I1
Adjustment range: 0.0...409.58 Hz
Resolution: 0.0125 Hz
I2
Factory setting: 5/50/70 Hz
Customer adjustment 1: ______ Hz
I1+I2 Customer adjustment 2: ______ Hz
Customer adjustment 3: ______ Hz

If presetting occurs outside of the fixed limits of CP.9 and CP.10, then the
frequency is internally limited.

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Operating of the unit

5.6 Special Adjustments

The following parameters serve to optimize the drive and adaption onto certain
applications. These adjustments can be ignored at the initial startup.

Max. ramp current This function protects the frequency inverter against switching off by overcurrent
during the acceleration ramp. When the ramp reaches the adjusted value here,
then it is stopped so long until the current decreases again. CP.2 displays "LAS"
at active function.

Adjustment range: 10...200 %, 200%=oFF up to case D


10...200%; >150% = oFF from case E
Resolution: 1%
Factory setting: 140 %
Customer adjustment: _______ %

Max. constant This function protects the frequency inverter against switching off due to
current overcurrent during constant output frequency. When exceeding the adjusted
value here, the output frequency is reduced until the value drops below the
adjusted value. CP. 2 displays "SSL" at active function.

Adjustment range: 10...200 %, 200%=oFF up to case D


10...200%; >150% = oFF from case E
Resolution: 1%
Factory Setting: 200 %
Customer adjustment: _______ %

C.14

C.15

on
LAD-stop
off t

on Current limit
off t
freal
fset

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Operating of the unit

Speed search When connecting the frequency inverter onto a decelerating motor, an error can
be triggered by the differing rotating field frequencies. With activated speed
search the inverter searches the actual motor speed, adapts its output frequency
and accelerates with the adjusted ramp onto the given set value. During speed
search CP.2 displays "SSF". The parameter determines, under what conditions
the functions operate. With several conditions the sum of the value must be
entered. Example: CP.16 = 12 means after reset and after auto-reset UP

Adjustment range: 0...15 Value Condition


Resolution: 1 0 function off
Factory setting: 8 1 at control release
Customer adjustment: _______ 2 at switch on
4 after reset
8 after Auto-Reset UP

Voltage stabilization This parameter can adjust a regulated output voltage in relation to the rated
frequency. Because of this voltage variations at the input as well as in the
intermediate circuit only have a small influence on the output voltage (U/f-
characteristic). The function allows, among other things, an adaption of the
output voltage to special motors. In the example below the output voltage is
stabilized onto 230 V (0% boost).

Adjustment range: 150...649 V, oFF


Resolution: 1V
Factory setting: oFF
Customer adjustment: _______ V

UN/UA
UA at UN = 250V unstabilized
250 V
UA at UN = 250V stabilized
CP.17 = 230 V

UA at UN = 190V stabilized
190 V
UA at UN = 190V unstabilized

UN = mains voltage
UA= output voltage

f
CP.5 = 50 Hz

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Operating of the unit

Slip compensation Slip compensation balances the speed changes caused by the load variation. In
order to activate the function, set the value to 1.00 and optimize as directed in the
examples below.

Adjustment range: -2.50...2.50


Resolution: 0.01
Factory setting: 0.00 (=off)
Customer adjustment: _______

Autoboost Autoboost causes an automatic I*R-compensation by raising the output voltage


during high load torques. The magnetizing current remains constant. To activate
the function set the value to 1.00 and optimize as directed in the examples below.
Check the motor voltage to see, whether it returned to the normal value after no
load of the drive. Otherwise reduce CP.19.

Adjustment range: -2.50...2.50


Resolution: 0.01
Factory setting: 0.00 (=off)
Customer adjustment: _______

Slip compensation and autoboost work on the basis of presetting motor


data. When using a special motor or in case of overdimensioning by more
than one size, both functions should be deactivated.

f/nreal
M load

1
2 3 f
CP.18 nreal
CP.19 =

f
nreal
CP.19
=

f
nreal
CP.18
n =

1) good - speed remains stable at increasing torque f


2) bad - speed decreases with increasing torque OK !
nreal
=
3) bad - speed is increased too much at load

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Operating of the unit

DC-braking With DC-braking the motor is not decelerated by the ramp. Quick braking is
caused by D.C. voltage, which is applied onto the motor winding. This parameter
determines how the DC-braking is triggered.

Value Activation
0 DC-braking deactivated
1 DC-braking at switch off the direction of rotation and in reaching
0 Hz. Braking time is dependent of CP.21or until the next presetting
of direction of rotation.
2 DC-braking, as soon as presetting of direction of rotation is absent.
Braking time dependent on the real frequency.
3 DC-braking, as soon as the direction of rotation changes. Braking
time dependent on the real frequency.
4 DC-braking at switch off the direction of rotation and the real
frequency goes below 4 Hz.
5 DC-braking, when the real frequencygoes below 4 Hz.
6 DC-braking, when the set value goes below 4 Hz.
7 DC-braking, when input I3 (terminal X1.6/Version C ) is switched.
Braking time dependent on the real frequency
(at version S = value 0).
8 DC-braking, as long as input I3 (terminal X1.6/Version C) is switched
(at version S = value 0).
9 DC-braking after switching the modulation. braking time is dependent
on CP.21.

Factory setting: 7
Note: Enter-Parameter
Braking time Customer adjustment: _______

The braking time is evaluated depending on CP.20 as follows:


- entered time = braking time
- entered time relates to 100 Hz and decreases/increases
proportionally to the real frequency.
freal
f
Adjustment range: 0.00...100 s
Resolution: 0.01 s 100 Hz
tBreal
Factory setting: 10 s
Customer adjustment: _______ fist

t
Calculation of the braking time: tBist CP.21

CP.21* freal
tBreal =
100 Hz

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Operating of the unit

Relay output Relay output (terminal X1.1...X1.3) is adjusted in the factory as a fault relay. This
parameter can adjust the function of the output to any function listed in the table
below.
Value Function
0 No function
1 Generally on
2 Fault relay
3 Fault relay (not at under voltage error)
4 Overload aler t signal (10s before switch off)
5 Over temperature aler t signal inver ter
6 Over temperature signal motor
7 only for application mode
8 Max. constant current (Stall, CP.15) exceeded
9 Max. LA-/LD-Stop (CP.14) exceeded
10 DC-braking active
11 only for application mode
12 Rate of utilization (CP.3) >100 %
13 only for application mode
14 Actual value = set value (CP." = Fcon, rcon,not at noP, LS, error, SSF)
15 Accelerate (CP.2 = FAcc, rAcc, LAS)
16 Decelerate (CP.2 = FdEc, rdEc, LdS)
17 Clockwise rotation (not at noP, LS, error)
18 Counter-clockwise rotation (not at noP, LS,error)
19 Real direction of rotation = set direction of rotation
20 Real value > frequency level CP.23 (only version S)
21 Set value > frequency level CP.23 (only version S)
22 only for application mode
23 Operatingt signal (after initialization as long as no error is active)
24 Run signal
25...xx only for application mode

Factory setting: 2
Note: Enter-Parameter
Customer adjustment: _______

Frequency value This parameter determines the switching point for the relay output
- X1.21...X1.23 (only version C)
- X1.1...X1.3 (only version S at CP.22 = "20 or 21).
After the switching of the relay, the frequency can move within a 0.5 Hz window,
without the relay dropping off.

Adjustment range: 0.0...409.58 Hz


Resolution: 0.0125 Hz
Factory setting: 4 Hz
Customer adjustment: _______
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Operating of the unit

Reference signal The set value input REF (terminal X1.17 / version C) can be driven by various
signal levels. It operates cumulative to the differential voltage input (terminal
X1.8 and X1.9 / version C), but can also serve as the sole input to the set value
presetting. In order to correctly evaluate the signal, this parameter must be
(only version C) adapted to the signal source.
f
Value Set value signal
CP.10
0 0...10V DC / Ri = 4 kOhm
1 0...20mA DC / Ri = 250 Ohm
2 4...20mA DC / Ri = 250 Ohm
CP. 9
URef
Factory setting: 0 0V 10 V
Customer adjustment: _______ 0 mA 20 mA
4 mA 20 mA

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Operating of the unit

5.7 The Drive Mode


The drive mode is an operating mode of KEB COMBIVERT to start the drive
manually by the operator. After switching the control release the set value and
rotation presetting is done exclusively by the keyboard. In order to activate the
drive mode the corresponding password in CP.0 must be entered. The display
switches over as follows.
Direction of rotation Status
F=forward / r=reverse noP = no control release /
LS = neutral position

Start / Stop Drive Modulation blocked Drive decreases to 0 Hz and


Drive not controlled switches the modulation off

STOP
START

Drive accelerates onto Drive operates with


the adjusted set value adjusted set value

Change Direction of ENTER Drive changes direction


Rotation of rotation
F/R

Display changes when key is pressed


Preset Set Value FUNC.
to set value display/presetting
SPEED

STOP Set value can be changed with


START
UP/DOWN at pressed FUNC/
SPEED key

Leave Drive Mode To exit the drive mode the inverter must be in status stop (Display noP or LS).
Press the FUNC and ENTER keys simultaneously for about 3 seconds in order
to leave the drive mode. The CP-parameters appear in the display.

ENTER
FUNC.
SPEED + F/R for 3 seconds

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Error Diagnosis

6. Error Diagnosis
Error messages are represented with an "E. " and the corresponding error in the
display of the KEB COMBIVERT. The displays and their causes are described
below.

Undervoltage Occurs, when the intermediate ciruict voltage falls below the permissible value. Possible
causes are - input voltage too low or unstable
- inverter power too small
- voltage loss due to incorrect cabling
- power supply by generator/transformer breaks down,
because ramps are too short

Overvoltage Occurs, when the intermediate circuit voltage rises above the permissible value.
Possible causes are - input voltage too high
- disturbance voltages at the input
- delay ramps too short

Overcurrent Occurs, when exceeding the peak current or in case of ground fault.

Overload Occurs when a too high load is applied for more than the allowed time (see
"Performance Data"). Possible causes for this are
- error or overload in the application
- inverter incorrectly dimensioned
- motor incorrectly wired

Cooling down phase After error E. OL you must wait for a cooling down time. This message appears
completed after the cooling down phase is completed. The error can be reset.

Overheat Occurs, when the inverter temperature is >70C. Possible causes for this are
- insufficient cooling
- surrounding temperature too high
- ventilator clogged

Ext. Overheat Occurs, when external temperature monitoring is triggered. Possible causes for
this are - resistor on terminals OH/OH > 1650 Ohm
- motor overloaded
- break in the sensor cable

no Overheat Internal or external excess-temperature errors do not occur anymore. Error "E.
OH" or "E.dOH" can be reset.

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Error Diagnosis

Current limit resistor Current limit resistor not bridged, occurs for a short time during the turn on phase and
error is reset immediately. If the erorr message remains the following may be the cause
- incorrect or too low input voltage
- high loss in the supply line
- brake resistor incorrectly connected
- braking module defective

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Glossary

7. Glossary
EMC Electromagnetic compatibility, the guidelines for the reduction of
interferences caused by the units as well as the operational reliability of
faulted units.

Energy-Saving Function For motors that work with no-load the voltage can be reduced, when this
condition is attained it results in energy savings.

Frequency-dependent Relay or transistor output that switches in dependence on a preset


Switch frequency.

Actual Value At regulated systems, the feedback value supplied by the external detection.
At controlled systems, the value computed on the basis of preset conditions.

LA-Stop Acceleration stop, prevents overcurrent errors during acceleration by


stopping the ramp. The current level is specified by the max. ramp current
(CP.14).

RS232/485 RS232, standardized serial interface for max. 1 end unit with a cable length
of max. 15 m. RS485, standardized serial interface for max. 240 end units
and a cable length of 1000 m.

Set-point Value The preset analog or digital value with which the frequency inverter shall
operate.

Speed Search Speed search prevents an overcurrent error at the connection to running
motors. The motor speed is being determined and the inverter adapts first
its rotating field frequency and accelerates afterwards.

Stall The Stall-function protects the inverter against switch off due to overcurrent
at a constant output frequency. When exceeding the level adjusted with
CP.15 the output frequency is being reduced until the value is again below
the level.

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Out of Service, Demounting and Waste Disposal

8. Maintenance
No extraordinary maintenance is required.

9. Out of Service, Demounting and Waste Disposal


1. ensure standstill of the drive frequency inverter
2. deactivate control COMBIVERT M4, terminal ST
3. disconnect mains main contactor

When demounting the COMBIVERT M4 please pay special attention to the


Danger to Life capacitor discharge time!
Before starting to work, the safe isolation from supply must be verified with
measurements in the system!
All installation and connection work must be done when the system is switched
off!
The intermediate circuit capacitors are still charged with high voltage for a short
period of time. The unit can be worked on again, after it has been switched off for
5 minutes.
The COMBIVERT M4 does not contain PCB elements.
The waste disposal items must be given to a special waste disposal!

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Index

10. Index

A L Stall-function 35
Stator resistance 24
Acceleration stop 35 LA-Stop 35
Acceleration time 22, 24, 38 LAD-Stop 26 T
Actual frequency display 22, 23, 38 Load variation 28 Transistor output 16
Actual load 22, 23, 38
M
Actual Value 35 U
Analog Inputs 17 Mass 16
Undervoltage 33
Analog output 16, 18 Max. constant current 22, 26, 38
Auto-reset 27 Max. ramp current 22, 26, 38 V
Autoboost 22, 28, 38 Maximal frequency 22, 25, 38
Voltage stabilization 22, 27, 38
Minimal frequency 22, 25, 38
B Modulation 23 X
Barring 22 Modulation blocked 32
X1 16, 18
Basic Adjustment 24 Motor data 28
Boost 22, 24, 38
N
Braking time 22, 38
no Overheat 33
C
O
Common 16, 18
Connection of the Control 17 Operating display 23
Control release 16, 18 Operating mode 32
Cooling down phase 33 Operating signal 30
Current limit 26 optimize 28
Current limit resistor error 34 Overcurrent 33
overdimensioning 28
D Overheat 33
DC-braking 16, 22, 29, 38 Overload 33
Decceleration time 25 Overvoltage 33
Deceleration time 22, 38
P
Difference voltage 16
Digital Inputs 17 Password input 22, 38
Digital Mass 16, 18 Peak load 22, 23, 38
Drive Mode 32 peak value 23
E R
EMC 19, 35 Rated frequency 22, 24, 38
Energy saving funct. 16 Reference signal 22, 31, 38
Energy-Saving Function 35 Relay output 16, 18, 22, 30, 38
Error messages 33 Releasing 22
Ext. Overheat 33 Reset 16
Reverse 16
F Rotating field 27
Fixed frequency 16, 18, 22, 25, 38 RS232/485 35
Forward 16, 18 Run signal 30
Frequency value 22, 30, 38 S
Frequency-dependent Switch 35
Set value input 16, 18
I Set-point value 35
I*R-compensation 28 Slip compensation 22, 28, 38
Interference voltage 19 Special Adjustments 26
Inverter status display 22, 23, 38 Special motors 27
Speed search 22, 27, 35, 38
K SSF 27
Keyboard 21 Stall 35

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Quick reference

11. Quick reference


Display Parameter Adjust. range Resolution Customer setting
CP.0 Password input 0...9999 1
CP.1 Actual frequency display 0,1 Hz
CP.2 Inver ter state display
CP.3 Actual load 1%
CP.4 Peak load 1%
CP.5 Rated frequency 0...409,58 Hz 0,0125 Hz ..............................
CP.6 Boost 0...25,5 % 0,1 % ..............................
CP.7 Acceleration time 0,01...300 s 0,01 s ..............................
CP.8 Deceleration time 0,01...300 s 0,01 s ..............................
CP.9 Minimal frequency 0...409,58 Hz 0,0125 Hz ..............................
CP.10 Maximal frequency 0...409,58 Hz 0,0125 Hz ..............................
CP.11 Fixed frequency 1 0...409,58 Hz 0,0125 Hz ..............................
CP.12 Fixed frequency 2 0...409,58 Hz 0,0125 Hz ..............................
CP.13 Fixed frequency 3 0...409,58 Hz 0,0125 Hz ..............................
CP.14 Max. ramp current 10...200 % 1% ..............................
CP.15 Max. constant current 10...200 % 1% ..............................
CP.16 Speed search 0...15 1 ..............................
CP.17 Voltage stabilization 150...649 V, off 1V ..............................
CP.18 Slip compensation -2,50...2,50 0,01 ..............................
CP.19 Autoboost -2,50...2,50 0,01 ..............................
CP.20 DC-braking 0...9 1 ..............................
CP.21 DC-braking time 0...100 s 0,01 s ..............................
CP.22 Relay output 0...xx 1 ..............................
CP.23 Frequency value 0...409,58 Hz 0,0125 Hz ..............................
CP.24 Set value signal (only version C) 0...2 1 ..............................

The function key (FUNC) changes between the FUNC.


parameter value and parameter number. SPEED

With UP and DOWN the value of the parameter number


is increased/decreased with changeable parameters.

STOP STOP
START START
Password input:
Barring the Releasing the ENTER

CP-Parameter Password
ENTER

CP-Parameter Password

UP
UP
FUNC
FUNC

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Herstellererklrung
Eine Herstellererklrung gem 89/392/EWG kann bei Bedarf von KEB ausgestellt werden.

UL / CUL - Kennzeichnung
Zur Konformitt gem UL und CUL fr einen Einsatz auf dem Nordamerikanischen Markt sind
folgende zustzliche Hinweise unbedingt zu beachten:

der KEB COMBIVERT ist fr einen Einsatz am Netz mit einem max. Kurzschlussstrom von Ieff = 10 kA (symetrisch)
bei max. 240 V AC, bzw. 480 V AC zu verwenden
maximale Umgebungstemperatur 45C
Motorschutz durch Anpassung der Umrichterparameter
ein berdrehzahlschutz ist nicht im Umrichter integriert
Anzugsmomente der Leistungsteilklemmen (siehe Typenschild)
Anzugsmomente der Steuerteilklemmen (siehe Kapitel 3.2)
berlastschutz bei 130 % vom Umrichternennstrom (siehe Typenschild)
zur korrekten Verkabelung beachten sie die Hinweise dieser Anleitung

Prior to delivery all products pass several quality and performance inspections so that malfunctions can
be ruled out.
GB When used in accordance with the operating instructions failure is most unlikely. However, if you have
cause for complaint the unit should be returned stating invoice number, delivery date, cause of failure and
field conditions.
We do not accet the responsibility for failures due to misuse, wrong storage or similar causes.
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Manufacturers Declaration
A manufacturer declaration in accordance with 89/392/EEC can be provided by KEB if needed.

UL / CUL - Marking

To be conform according to UL and CUL for the use on the North American Market the following
instructions must be observed:

Inverter is suitable for use on a circuit capable of delivering not more than 10 kA rms (symmetrical), 240 V AC
or 480 V AC maximum
maximum surrounding air temperatur 45C (113 F)
Motor protection by adjustement of current parameters
not incorporated with overspeed protection
Power terminal tightening torque (see type plate)
Control terminal tightening torque (see chapter 3.2)
Overload protection at 130 % of inverter output rated current (see type plate)
Refer to this installation instructions for proper wiring
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