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ACS 1000

Medium voltage drives

Troubleshooting manual
Software version: MSAH44xx classic
Release date: 05/21/2013
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Table of contents

Troubleshooting manual..................................................................................................... 5

Faults .................................................................................................................................... 7

Alarms .............................................................................................................................. 105

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Medium Voltage Drives
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Faults

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AnInpCalib Analog input calibration: Automatic Automatic calibration of analog Analog input wires have to be disconnected 9.07 B12
calibration of analog inputs was not inputs could not be carried out for the calibration.
successful. successfully because one of the Retry calibration.
analog input values is higher than
0.5 mA.

Defective IOEC.

AutoRestart Drive trip because auto-restart Depends on the fault that initiated Check reason for auto restart attempts. Not FC2 9.07 B02
sequence takes too long. the auto-restart sequence. Check related parameters. Appl.

The auto-restart function is Wrong parameter setting


enabled with P31.01.

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Aux Fan 1/2 Auxiliary fans of water cooling Auxiliary fan thermal protection Check thermal relay setting. 9.05 B05
system: auxiliary fan 1/2 failure. relay has been tripped.
For details see P41.06 Check fan phase currents.
RedAuxFanInstall. Faulty components or wiring.
Check components and wiring.
Affected internal connections: D13- Auxiliary fan M13 has a thermal
IOEC1 (X11/5, X11/6) for AuxFan1, protection relay Q13 with a
DI9-IOEC4 (X12/7, X12/8) for normally closed auxiliary contact. This supervision cannot be deactivated in the
AuxFan2. SW.

Behavior of redundant cooling fan


is set with P41.06
RedAuxFanInstall:
0 = no redundant fan is installed
1 = redundant fan is installed
Default setting is 0

BChopDiscr BCU was switched on but no Fiber optic link INT to BCU IGCT Check fiber optic links. Not FC2 9.02 B08
feedback was received interrupted. Appl.
Check IGCT status LEDs
The status of the signal can be Fiber optic link CDU to INT on GUSP.
read from interrupted.
- P09.02, Bit08 (FaultWord2) Check current setting of CDU.
BCU IGCT (-V4501, -V4504) not
switching.

Wrong current setting on CDU.

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BChopGUSP BCU GUSP3 failure. Aux power failure. Check auxiliary supply, batteries and fuses. 9.02 B06

The status of the signal can be Faulty fiber optic link. Check auxiliary supply wiring.
read from
- P09.02, Bit06 (FaultWord2) GUSP failure. Check fiber optic cables and connections.

BChopShort Short circuit in BCU circuit Short circuit inside the BCU. Check diodes and IGCTs. Not FT 9.02 B07
Appl.
The status of the signal can be Short circuit on braking resistor. Check braking resistor.
read from
- P09.02, Bit07 (FaultWord2) Incorrect setting on CDU. Check CDU settings.

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Brg DE Mlos Motor bearing temperature Loss of measurement signal. Check measurement circuit, refer to the 9.01 B10
measurement at driven end: loss of electrical diagram for terminal identification.
analog input. Defective temperature probe.
Check components and wiring.
Motor bearing temperature is a Faulty components or wiring.
4...20 mA analog input signal. Check parameter settings.
BrgDE Mlos alarm is activated Communication problem with
when measuring signal drops IOEC3. Check the analog inputs on IOEC3.
below 2 mA.
Check IOEC3 DIP-switch setting according to
Connection: AI02-IOEC3 (X31.3, wiring diagram.
X32.3) (IOEC3 has to be activated
by setting P75.01 to YES).

Actual bearing temperature can be


read from P80.02 BEARING TEMP
DE (via AI02-IOEC3).

Measurement loss detection is


activated only if P81.10 AI2
MINIMUM IO3 is set to 1 (1 = 4 mA
/ 2 V).

Reaction to measurement loss can


be set to NONE, ALARM or SOFT
STOP with P35.01 BEARING
TEMP PROTECTION DE.

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BrgNDE Mlos Motor bearing temperature Loss of measurement signal. Check measurement circuit, refer to the 9.01 B09
measurement at non driven end: electrical diagram for terminal identification.
loss of analog input. Defective temperature probe.
Check components and wiring.
Motor bearing temperature is a
4...20 mA analog input signal. Check parameter settings.
BrgNDE Mlos alarm is activated
when measuring signal drops Check the analog inputs on IOEC3.
below 2 milliamps.
Check IOEC3 DIP-switch setting according to
Connection: AI03-IOEC3 (X31.4, wiring diagram.
X32.4) (IOEC3 has to be activated
by setting P75.01 to YES).

Actual bearing temperature can be


read from P80.03 BEARING TEMP
NDE (via AI03-IOEC3).

Measurement loss detection is


activated only if P81.16 AI03
MINIMUM IO3 is set to 1 (1 = 4 mA
/ 2 V).

Reaction to measurement loss can


be set to NONE, ALARM or SOFT
STOP with P35.04 BEARING
TEMP PROTECTION NDE.

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BrgTemp DE Motor bearing temperature at the Motor bearing temperature at the Check the true temperature. 9.01 B12
driven end too high. driven end exceeds trip level.
Check the scaling and the IOEC3 DIP-switch
Affected customer connection: setting.
AI02-IOEC3 (X31.3, X32.3) (IOEC3
has to be activated by setting Refer to motor documentation for further
P75.01 to YES). instructions on fault finding.

Actual bearing temperature can be


read from P80.02 BEARING TEMP
DE (via P80.06 AI02-IOEC3).

Reaction to overtemperature can


be set to NONE, ALARM or SOFT
STOP with P35.01 BEARING
TEMP PROTECTION DE.

Bearing temperature alarm and trip


levels:
P35.02 BEARING TEMP DE
ALARM L
P35.03 BEARING TEMP DE TRIP
L

Scaling of analog inputs used for


DE motor bearing temperature
measurement is set with
parameters:
P81.08 AI2 HIGH VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.09 AI2 LOW VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.10 MINIMUM AI2 (IOEC3)
P81.11 FILTER AI2 (IOEC3)
P81.12 AI2 INVERT (IOEC3)
P81.13 AI2 OFFSET (IOEC3)

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BrgTemp NDE Motor bearing temperature at the Motor bearing temperature at the Check the true temperature. 9.01 B11
non driven end too high (FCB). non driven end exceeds trip level.
Check the scaling and the IOEC3 DIP-switch
Affected customer connection: setting.
AI03-IOEC3 (X31.4, X32.4) (IOEC3
has to be activated by setting Refer to motor documentation for further
P75.01 toYES). instructions on fault finding.

Actual bearing temperature can be


read from P80.03 BEARING TEMP
DE (via P80.07 AI03-IOEC3).

Reaction to overtemperature can


be set to NONE, ALARM or SOFT
STOP with P35.04 BEARING
TEMP PROTECTION NDE.

Bearing temperature alarm and trip


levels:
P35.05 BEARING TEMP NDE
ALARM L
P35.06 BEARING TEMP NDE
TRIP L

Scaling of analog inputs used for


NDE motor bearing temperature
measurement is set with
parameters:
P81.14 AI3 HIGH VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.15 AI3 LOW VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.16 MINIMUM AI3 (IOEC3)
P81.17 FILTER AI3 (IOEC3)

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P81.18 AI3 INVERT (IOEC3)


P81.19 AI3 OFFSET (IOEC3)

Buchholz Transformer: external Buchholz Buchholz relay trip (transformer Check the transformer. 9.02 B03
supervision protection).
Check wiring and parameter settings.
Connections: DI05-IOEC3 (IOEC3 The gas generated during a fault in
has to be activated by setting an oil-cooled transformer is Refer to transformer documentation for further
P75.01 to YES), terminals X11.9, collected in the gas relay, which is instructions on fault finding.
X11.10. located in a tube between the oil
conservator and the main tank. The
The status of the digital inputs can gas will displace the oil in the relay
be checked with P80.09. and a minor gas generation will
cause the closing of the alarm
Activation of the protection is done contact. If a substantial amount of
with parameters: gas is generated or the oil level
P36.05 TrafoBuchholzProt drops, first the alarm contact will
close, followed by the tripping
contact. Unusual oil flow from the
transformer into the oil conservator
will cause the immediate closing of
the tripping contact. If the trip is
active, the transformer is
immediately disconnected from the
grid (MCB opens).

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CH0 LinkErr DDCS channel 0 (fieldbus) link Interruption of communication in 9.07 B10
error. DDCS CH0 (fieldbus): Check the fiber optic connections and cabling.

Connections: None, internal The DDCS communication on Check fieldbus adapter.


software supervision. channel CH0 is broken.

The Distributed Drive The DDCS communication link on


Communication System (DDCS) is channel CH0 is not updated within
a communication protocol used a specified supervision time
between the AMC and an upper window.
level controller or an external PLC,
connected to an ACS1000 on
channel CH0 with a fieldbus
adapter.

The action in case of a


communication error in CH0 can be
selected with P70.05 CH0
ComLossControl.
CH0 LinkErr can either be defined
as alarm or as fault.

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CH2 LinkErr DDCS channel 2 (master/follower) The DDCS communication on Check the fiber optic connections. 9.07 B11
link error. channel CH2 is broken.
Check the master/follower parameter settings.
Connections: None, internal The DDCS communication link on
software supervision. channel CH2 is not updated within
a specified supervision time
Channel 2 on the AMC is used for window.
the master/follower link between
the drives. The drive can be
programmed to either be the
master or the follower.

The action in case of a


communication error in CH2 can be
selected with P70.14 CH2
ComLossControl.
CH2 LinkErr can either be defined
as alarm or as fault.

ChargeCirc Charging circuit fault. IGCT or varistor defect: Check IGCTs and varistors. 9.06 B00
Short circuit of protection IGCTs (-
During the charging state the V3001, -V3002) Check DC link capacitors.
voltage in the intermediate DC link Short circuit in varistors (-Z3001, -
is supervised to detect any fault in Z3002) Check parameter settings.
the charging circuit. If the DC
voltage level is reached too fast, or Defective DC link capacitor. Check ADCVI scaling subprint.
if an overvoltage situation occurs
during charging, the circuit has a Wrong parameter setting.
defective component.
Wrong voltage measurement, e.g.
scaling.

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Charging Charging of DC link failed due to Interrupted circuit Check IGCTs and varistors 9.03 B14
timeout. Maximum charging time
exceeded. Wrong parameter setting Check wiring and bus connections

Related parameters: P115.06 Check parameter settings


ChargeTime

CtrlBackSupp Control aux. power supply backup Control backup power supply is Check the status of DI04-IOEC1 and consider 9.06 B04
voltage failure. interrupted. the electrical diagram.

Connections: None, internal


connection to DI04-IOEC1. With UPS: check that batteries are healthy.
With UPS: battery is empty or Check the UPS modules.
Status can be checked with missing.
P08.08, Bit 3. With Safeline: check the 3-phase supply.
Check the power supply modules.
With Safeline: 3-phase aux. power
is missing. EPS: Check the status of backup batteries
(starting from Software MSOH4100 and
higher) .

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CtrlBackSupp Control aux. power supply backup Control backup power supply is Check the status of DI04-IOEC1 and consider 9.06 B04
voltage failure. interrupted. the electrical diagram.

Connections: None, internal


connection to DI04-IOEC1. With UPS: check that batteries are healthy.
With UPS: battery is empty or Check the UPS modules.
Status can be checked with missing.
P08.08, Bit 3. With Safeline: check the 3-phase supply.
Check the power supply modules.
With Safeline: 3-phase aux. power
is missing. EPS: Check the status of backup batteries
(starting from Software MSOH4100 and
higher).

CtrlSuppFail Control aux. power supply voltage Control backup power supply is Check the status of DI08-IOEC1 and consider 9.06 B05
failure. interrupted. the electrical diagram.

Connections: None, internal


connection to DI08-IOEC1. With UPS: check the 3-phase supply. Check
With UPS: Interruption of 3-phase the power supply modules.
Status can be checked with aux. power.
P08.08, Bit 7. With Safeline: check the Safeline. Check the
With Safeline: Interruption of power supply modules.
Safeline.
EPS: Check the supply to the EPS. Check the
EPS.

CustSupSig1 Parameter group 48 allows the Customer supervision signal 1 Check customer supervision signal. 9.09 B07
customer to define his own (Fault Class 1, Fault Class 2 or
supervision function. It is possible Soft Stop) has been activated. Check group 48 settings.
to define three different signals
(CSS1.1 to CSS1.3) and their Check wiring according to wiring diagrams.
logical interconnection (OR or AND

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- gate). It is possible to invert those


signals (high or low active).

If NOT SEL is selected, the


function is dis+D29abled.

If ONLY STATUS is selected, only


the status bit in P8.04 AUX
STATUS WORD 4 will be set, no
alarm or fault will be initiated.

If ALARM is selected, only the


alarm message CustSupSig1 will
be displayed on the panel. No trip
reaction is active.

If SOFTSTOP, TRIP 1a or TRIP 1b


is chosen, the drive stops
according to selected trip reaction
and the fault message
CustSupSig1 will be displayed on
the panel.

The status of the signal can be


read from
- P09.09, Bit 07 (Fault Class 1)

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CustSupSig2 Parameter group 48 allows the Customer supervision signal 2 Check customer supervision signal. 9.09 B08
customer to define his own (Fault Class 1, Fault Class 2 or
supervision function. It is possible Soft Stop) has been activated. Check group 48 settings.
to define three different signals
(CSS1.1 to CSS1.3) and their Check wiring according to wiring diagrams.
logical interconnection (OR or AND
- gate). It is possible to invert those
signals (high or low active).

If NOT SEL is selected, the


function is dis+D29abled.

If ONLY STATUS is selected, only


the status bit in P8.04 AUX
STATUS WORD 4 will be set, no
alarm or fault will be initiated.

If ALARM is selected, only the


alarm message CustSupSig1 will
be displayed on the panel. No trip
reaction is active.

If SOFTSTOP, TRIP 1a or TRIP 1b


is chosen, the drive stops
according to selected trip reaction
and the fault message
CustSupSig1 will be displayed on
the panel.

The status of the signal can be


read from
- P09.09, Bit 08 (Fault Class 1)

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Discharging DC link discharge timeout. Faulty discharging circuit Isolate the drive and wait for discharging 9.03 B10
Maximum discharging time . before closing
exceeded. grounding switch.
Wrong parameter settings.
Related parameters: Check discharging circuit.
P115.05 DischargeTime Faulty measurement.
P149.08 EarthIsolatorONVoltage Check parameter settings.

EarthIsoCtrl Feedback signal from grounding Loose wiring. Check components and wiring. 9.04 B04
switch is missing while drive is in
operation. This is considered to be Faulty IOEC. Check the status of DI10 and DI11-IOEC1
critical for personal safety and and consider the electrical diagram.
therefore the converter has tripped.

Connections: DI10-IOEC1,
terminals X12.9, X12.10 Grounding
Switch Open and DI11-IOEC1
terminals X13.1, X13.2 Grounding
Switch Closed

Status can be checked with


P04.21, Bits 3 & 4.

EarthIsoCtrl trip can not be


deactivated by SW parameters.

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EmergOff Trip due to emergency off. Emergency off has been activated Control cabinet door emergency button or 9.02 B12
(locally or from overriding system). customer emergency buttons has been
Connections: DI05-IOEC1, activated (Check the tripping loop circuit and
terminals X11.9, X11.10 status of DI05-IOEC1)
.

Check overriding control word 7.06 OCW bit 1


Off2 (only if P75.04 FBA Comm.Module set
to DSET 1 or 10 R/W).

ExtAct1Lost External actual signal 1 lost: actual The PID actual signal 1 has Check measurement circuit, refer to the 9.09 B00
signal 1 for PID-control macro dropped below 4 mA / 2 V. electrical diagram for terminal identification.
drops below the minimum limit.
Loose wiring in the contol circuit. Check the analog inputs on IOEC4.
Connection: AI01-IOEC4, terminals
X31.2, X32.2 (IOEC4 has to be Improper shield grounding of Check components and wiring.
activated by setting P75.02 to wiring.
YES). Check parameter settings.
Power supply of sensor lost.
Operation in case of actual value 1 Check the auxiliary power supply of the
(analog input signal AI01-IOEC4). Faulty IOEC. sensor.
ExtAct1Lost fault is activated only if
P86.04 (AI1 Minimum IO4) is set to
4 mA / 2 V and P40.15
(AI<MinFuncExtAct1) is set to 2 Check IOEC4 DIP-switch setting according to
"FAULT". wiring diagram.

This parameter can only be seen if Replace IOEC4.


the PID Control Macro is selected.

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ExtMotCool External motor cooling supervision. External motor cooling has been Check the motor cooling system. 9.01 B08
tripped.
Connection: DI07-IOEC3, terminals Check wiring and parameter settings.
X12.3, X12.4 (IOEC3 has to be
activated by setting P75.01 to Refer to motor and motor cooling
YES). documentation for further instructions on fault
finding.
An external cooling fan (air-cooled
motors) or an external cooling
pump (water-cooled motors) can
be used for cooling the motor. The
converter can monitor this external
cooling unit with a normally closed
contact. If this contact opens the
software initiates a trip.

To activate the protection P35.08


(MotorCoolingProt) must be set to
ON.

The status of the signal can be


read from P80.09 (DI1-
7StatusIOEC3).

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ExtMotProt External motor protection External motor protection has been Check the motor and the motor protection. 9.01 B07
tripped.
Connection: DI14-IOEC1, terminals Check wiring and parameter settings.
X300.6, X300.7. (EPS).
Refer to motor documentation for further
Connection: DI10-IOEC3, terminals instructions on fault finding.
X300.9, X300.10 (IOEC3 has to be
activated by setting P75.01 to
YES).
+D43
The motor can be protected by a
separate external protection relay.
This relay can be connected to the
ACS 1000 tripping loop. The relay
is monitored by a normally closed
contact. If this contact opens the
software initiates a trip.

ExtMotProt trip cannot be


deactivated by parameters. If the
external motor protection does not
exist, the related terminals in X300
have to be bridged.

The status of the signal can be


read from P04.18 (DI8-
14StatusIOEC1) (EPS) or P80.10
(DI8-14StatusIOEC3).

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ExtOverspeed External supervision of motor Process related fault. Check process and motor. 9.01 B06
rotation speed: Trip due to motor
overspeed. (EPS) Check external motor protection equipment.

Connection: DI10-IOEC3, terminals Check wiring.


X300.8, X300.9 (IOEC3 has to be
activated by setting P75.01 to Refer to motor documentation for further
YES). instructions on fault finding.

The motor can be protected by an


external overspeed protection
device. This can be connected to
the ACS 1000 tripping loop.The
relay is monitored by a normally
closed contact. If this contact
opens the software initiates a trip.

ExtOverspeed trip cannot be


deactivated by parameters; a
jumper in the hardware allows to
deactivate the signal.

The status of the signal can be


read from P80.10 (DI8-
14StatusIOEC3).

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ExtRef1Lost External reference signal 1 lost: The analog input has dropped Check the external device, refer to the 9.07 B01
analog input drops below the below 4 mA / 2 V. electrical diagram for terminal identification.
minimum limit.
Loose wiring in the contol circuit. Check the analog inputs on IOEC2.
Connection: AI01-IOEC2, terminals
X31.2, X32.2 Improper shield grounding of Check components and wiring.
wiring.
The reference signal is received as Check parameter settings.
0/4...20mA or 0/2...10V from an Power supply of external device
external device (PLC, lost. Check the auxiliary power supply of the
potentiometer, etc.) via IOEC 2. external device.
Faulty IOEC.
The actual value of this input can
be checked in P04.16 (AI1 IOEC2). Check IOEC2 DIP-switch setting according to
wiring diagram.
ExtRef1Lost trip is activated only if
P13.08 (AI1 Minimum IO2) is set to Replace IOEC2.
4 mA / 2 V and P31.3
(AI<MinFuncExtRef1) is set to 2.

Settings for P31.03:


1 = NO no action
2 = FAULT drive trips in case of
analog signal loss
3 = CNST SPD15 an alarm will be
set and drive runs coninuously with
constant speed15 (P33.16)
4 = LAST SPEED an alarm will be
set and drive runs continuously
with the last speed reference.

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ExtRef2Lost External reference signal 2 lost: The analog input has dropped Check the external device, refer to the 9.07 B03
analog input drops below the below 4 mA / 2 V. electrical diagram for terminal identification.
minimum limit.
Loose wiring in the contol circuit. Check the analog inputs on IOEC1.
Connection: AI01-IOEC1, terminals
X31.2, X32.2 Improper shield grounding of Check components and wiring.
wiring.
The reference signal is received as Check parameter settings.
0/4...20mA or 0/2...10V from an Power supply of external device
external device (PLC, lost. Check the auxiliary power supply of the
potentiometer, etc.) via IOEC1. external device.
Faulty IOEC.
The actual value of this input can
be checked in P04.12 (AI1 IOEC1). Check IOEC1 DIP-switch setting according to
wiring diagram.
ExtRef2Lost trip is activated only if
P13.03 (AI1 Minimum IO1) is set to Replace IOEC1.
4 mA / 2 V and P31.04
(AI<MinFuncExtRef2) is set to 2.

Settings for P31.04:


1 = NO no action
2 = FAULT drive trips in case of
analog signal loss
3 = CNST SPD15 an alarm will be
set and drive runs coninuously with
constant speed15 (P33.16)
4 = LAST SPEED an alarm will be
set and drive runs continuously
with the last speed reference.

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ExtTrafProt External transformer protection. External transformer protection trip Check the transformer. 9.02 B02
has been activated.
Connection: DI13-IOEC1, terminals Check wiring and parameter settings.
X300.4, X300.5 (EPS), terminals
X300.7, X300.8 (others). Refer to transformer documentation for further
instructions on fault finding.
The transformer can be protected
by a separate external protection
relay. This relay can be connected
to the ACS 1000 tripping loop. The
relay is monitored by a normally
closed contact. If this contact
opens the+D317 software initiates
a trip.

ExtTrafProt trip cannot be


deactivated by parameters; a
jumper in the hardware allows to
deactivate the signal.

The status of the signal can be


read from P04.21 (DI8-
14StatusIOEC1).

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ExtWtrCool External water cooling supervision. External water cooling trip has Check the external water cooling system. 9.05 B05
been activated.
Connection: DI02-IOEC4, terminals Check wiring and parameter settings.
X11.3, X11.4 (IOEC4 has to be
activated by setting P75.02 to Refer to the external water cooling
YES). documentation for further instructions on fault
finding.
The converter can monitor the
external cooling unit with a contact.
If this contact is open the software
triggers external water cooling
alarm.

The status of the alarm can be


read from P85.10 (DI1-
7StatusIOEC4).

Fan 1/2 Fan 1/2 failure (air cooled drive Motor protection switch has been Check the affected fan. 9.05 B10
only): tripped.
Check wiring and parameter settings.
Connections: DI01-IOEC1, Defective fan.
terminals X11.01, X11.02 for fan 1 Check fan protection setting.
(M11/ M5021), DI02-IOEC1, Wrong protection setting.
terminals X11.03, X11.04 for fan2 (
M12/ M5023).

Motor protection switch Q11/


Q5021 of cooling fan 1 is equipped
with a normally closed auxiliary
contact that is connected to digital
input DI01.

Motor protection switch Q12/

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Q5023 of cooling fan 2 is equipped


with a normally closed auxiliary
contact that is connected to digital
input DI02.

If the drive is not equipped with


redundant fans and protection
switch Q11/ Q5021 opens, fan 1/2
trip is activated.

If the drive is equipped with


redundant fans and protection
switch of the running fan opens,
fan 1 or fan 2 alarm is activated
and the cooling will automatically
switch to the redundant fan. If the
protection switch of the second fan
opens, fan 1/2 trip is activated.

The status of the digital inputs can


be read from P04.20 (DI1-
7StatusIOEC1).

The number of installed fans is set


with
P41.03 AirCoolFanSel:
1 = Cooling fan 1 is installed
2 = Cooling fan 2 is installed (only
with IOEC3)
3 = Redundant fans 1 & 2 are
installed (only with IOEC3).

In case of redundant fans/pumps,

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P41.04 FanAlarmReset is visible.


If it is set to ON, the alarm is reset
and the parameter goes back to
OFF.

This supervision cannot be


deactivated in the SW.

FanDiffPres Air cooling fan: differential pressure Auxiliary power missing. Check air filter, 9.05 B11
too low.
Air flow blocked inside drive or in
Connections: DI09-IOEC1, the room. Check that all cabinet apertures are correctly
terminals X11.05, X11.06 closed.
Defective fan.
Differential pressure supervision Check direction of rotation of fans.
switches B1/B5261 or B5262 in
case of ACS 1000i are equipped Check air flow in room and ducts.
with a normally closed auxiliary
contact that is connected to digital Check setting of differential pressure sensor.
input DI09.
Check differential pressure sensor.
If the drive is not equipped with
redundant fans and the switch Check digital input DI09-IOEC1.
opens, a trip is initiated.
Check wiring and tubing.
If the drive is equipped with
redundant fans and the switch
opens, FanDiffPres alarm is
activated and the cooling will

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automatically switch to the


redundant fan. If the switch opens
again, a trip is initiated.

The status of the alarm can be


read from P04.21 (DI8-
14StatusIOEC1).

Redundant cooling fan operation is


activated with
P41.03 AirCoolFanSel. If set to:
1 = Cooling fan 1 is installed
2 = Cooling fan 2 is installed (only
with IOEC3)
3 = Redundant fans 1 & 2 are
installed (only with IOEC3).

A delay time for the alarm/fault can


be set with P41.21 or P190.4.

This supervision cannot be


deactivated in the SW.

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FiltCapCurr Overcurrent in sine filter capacitor. Faulty capacitor Check the capacitor. Measure the 9.03 B09
. capacitance and verify with the rated
capacitance value.
Measurement system failure
. Check measurement chain.

Parameter setting If needed test the capacitor with rated voltage.


.
Check the motor, motor cables and sine filter
Control stabilty problem. capacitors for possible short circuit.

GroundCurr Ground current fault. Ground fault. Ground rms current is Check and measure the complete ACS1000 9.04 B14
above P145.11. drive system (transformer, converter, motor
The status of the signal can be and power cables) for a possible cause for the
read from Defective measurement circuit. earth fault.
- P09.17, Bit 06 (AlarmWord7)
- P09.04, Bit 14 (FaultWord4) Test if a current transducer is the cause for
the fault.

Check the ADCVI , INT-board or SCA


subprint.

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GroundFault Sine filter ground overcurrent Ground fault. Ground peak current Check power circuit. 9.03 B08
detection. is above P145.5.
Check measurement circuit.
The status of the signal can be Defective measurement circuit.
read from
- P09.03, Bit 08 (FaultWord3)

GUSP 1 Aux. Power: GUSP 1 failure. Aux power failure. Check auxiliary supply, batteries and fuses 9.06 B02
.
The status of the signal can be
read from Faulty fiber optic link. Check auxiliary supply wiring
- P09.06, Bit02 (FaultWord6) .
GUSP failure.
Check fiber optic cables and connections.

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GUSP 2 Aux. Power: GUSP 2 failure. Aux power failure Check auxiliary supply, batteries and fuses 9.06 B03
. .
The status of the signal can be
read from Faulty fiber optic link. Check auxiliary supply wiring
- P09.06, Bit03 (FaultWord6) .
GUSP failure.
Check fiber optic cables and connections.

IGCT Fault IGCT check failed. One IGCT is not switching on. Check IGCTs according to service manual. FC2 9.05 B13

Check GUSPs.
The status of the signal can be
read from
- P09.05, Bit13 (FaultWord5)

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InputIsolat Input isolator supervision: the input The input isolator has been opened Analog input wires have to be disconnected 9.10 B10
isolator feedback singnal has with closed MCB for the calibration.
changed to 'open' while the MCB is .
closed. Defective IOEC.
Wrong feedback signal.
Connections: DI07-IOEC4,
terminals X12.3, X12.4, DI08-
IOEC4, terminals X12.5, X12.6
(IOEC4 has to be activated by
setting P75.02 to YES),

The status of the signals can be


read from
P85.10 DI 1-7 Status IOEC4
P85.11 DI 8-14 Status IOEC4

The input isolator function is


activated with
P37.03 ExtInputIsolator

InpVoltUnba Optional external protection relay Input voltage disturbed. Check input voltage including history on fault 9.04 B03
for input voltage unbalance recorder.
supervision (FCB) has initiated a Defective wiring or measurement
fault. equipment. Check customer supervision signal.

Connection: DI13-IOEC3 Check wiring and measurement equipment


according to wiring diagrams.
The status of the signal can be
read from
- P09.04, Bit 03 (FaultWord4)

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InvAirTemp Inverter cooling air temperature too Drive running with overload Check inverter load. 9.05 B08
high. condition.
Check cooling system:
The temperature is measured on Reduced cooling efficiency. Filter mat (air cooled system)
the ADCVI circuit board by means External water cooling efficiency (pressure,
of a PTC element (ACS 1000i: Room temperature is too high. temperature and flow)
measured with an additional Air-to-water heat exchanger (water cooled
temperature sensor located behind Defective measurement circuit. system).
the inverter).
Check ambient temperature in the converter
The actual inverter air temperature room.
in degrees C can be read from
P02.16 (ACS 1000i: P04.03). Check ADCVI circuit board and
communication.
This supervision cannot be
deactivated in the SW. Check temperature sensor and analog input
AI02-IOEC1 (ACS 1000i only).
Related trip threshold: P190.02, the
value is type code dependent.

InvCurr HW Overcurrent detected by ADCVI Overcurrent in a phase. Check with datalogger for real overcurrent. FC1 FC2 9.03 B07

If a "InvCurr HW" fault stands alone or in


Poor cable grounding or shielding combination with a "Link X Lost", check
between current transducer and communication link ADCVI INT.
ADCVI.
If a "InvCurr HW" fault stands together with
Optic link between ADCVI and INT "Overcurrent" there is a real overcurrent
disturbed. situation.
Check wiring between ADCVI and current
Failure of ADCVI. transducer.

Failure of current scaling print Check current transducer.

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(SCA) on ADCVI.
Check optic link signal.
Defective encoder (if applicable).
Check current scaling print (SCA) on ADCVI.

Check speed measurement from encoder.

InvCurrSOA Inverter current according to the High DC link voltage. Check with datalogger for real overcurrent. FC1 FC2 9.06 B14
safe operating area (SOA) too high
Incorrect motor data Check for other related messages.
One of the measured phase .
currents is above the fixed current Check dimensioning of motor and drive.
limit. Acceleration too steep. Check if fault occurs only in acceleration
phases. in this case the acceleration is too
Related parameters: P112.24 - fast.
P112.28 (rea+D137d only) Wrong current measurement. Check motor cable connections.

Check CTs and offset calibration.

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IOEC1AI2MLos Loss of analog input AI02-IOEC1 The analog input AI02 has dropped Check measurement circuit, refer to the 9.05 B02
(air tmp. 2 / wtr. tmp.). below 4 mA / 2 V. electrical diagram for terminal identification.

AI02-IOEC1 is a 4...20 mA analog Loose wiring in the contol circuit. Check the analog inputs on IOEC1.
input signal.
IOEC1AI2MLos alarm is activated Improper shield grounding of Check components and wiring.
when measuring signal drops wiring.
below 2 mA. Check parameter settings.
Power supply of sensor lost.
Connection: AI02-IOEC1 (X31.3, Faulty IOEC. Check the auxiliary power supply of the
X32.3) sensor.
Actual input can be read from
P04.13 AI2 IOEC1. Check IOEC1 DIP-switch setting according to
wiring diagram.
Measurement loss detection is
activated only if P190.17 AI2 Replace IOEC1.
MINIMUM IO1is set to 1 (1 = 4 mA
/ 2 V).

The source of the analog input can


be set with P190.14
InvAirTempSelect.

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IOEC1AI3MLos Water Cooling / Trafo: IOEC1 AI3 The analog input AI03 has dropped Check measurement circuit, refer to the 9.05 B00
(wtr. outp. press. / trafo tmp. 1) - below 4 mA / 2 V. electrical diagram for terminal identification.
loss of analog input (FCB).
Loose wiring in the contol circuit. Check the analog inputs on IOEC1.
Loss of analog input AI03-IOEC1
(air tmp. 2 / wtr. tmp.). Improper shield grounding of Check components and wiring.
wiring.
AI03-IOEC1 is a 4...20 mA analog Check parameter settings.
input signal. Power supply of sensor lost.
IOEC1AI2MLos alarm is activated Faulty IOEC. Check the auxiliary power supply of the
when measuring signal drops sensor.
below 2 mA.
Check IOEC1 DIP-switch setting according to
Connection: AI03-IOEC1 (X31.4, wiring diagram.
X32.4)
Actual input can be read from Replace IOEC1.
P04.14 AI3 IOEC1.

Measurement loss detection is


activated only if P190.22 AI3
MINIMUM IO1.

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IOEC1AI4MLos Water Cooling / Trafo: IOEC1 AI3 The analog input AI04 has dropped Check measurement circuit, refer to the 9.05 B14
(wtr. cond. / trafo tmp. 2) - loss of below 4 mA / 2 V. electrical diagram for terminal identification.
analog input (FCB).
Loose wiring in the contol circuit. Check the analog inputs on IOEC1.
Loss of analog input AI04-IOEC1
(air tmp. 2 / wtr. tmp.). Improper shield grounding of Check components and wiring.
wiring.
AI04-IOEC1 is a 4...20 mA analog Check parameter settings.
input signal. Power supply of sensor lost.
IOEC1AI4MLos alarm is activated Faulty IOEC. Check the auxiliary power supply of the
when measuring signal drops sensor.
below 2 mA.
Check IOEC1 DIP-switch setting according to
Connection: AI04-IOEC1 (X31.5, wiring diagram.
X32.5)
Actual input can be read from Replace IOEC1.
P04.15 AI4 IOEC1.

Measurement loss detection is


activated only if P190.27 AI4
MINIMUM IO.

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IOEC1LinkEr Supervision of communication Fiber optic ring is disturbed. Check the fiber optic connections between all 9.06 B09
links: AMC-IOEC1 link is disturbed. IOECs and AMC.
Wrong node address setting on
IOEC1. Check the node address on IOEC1 (should be
set to 2).

IOEC2LinkEr Supervision of communication Fiber optic ring is disturbed. Check the fiber optic connections between all 9.06 B10
links: AMC-IOEC2 link is disturbed. IOECs and AMC.
Wrong node address setting on
IOEC2. Check the node address on IOEC2 (should be
set to 4).

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IOEC3AI1MLos Loss of analog input AI01-IOEC3. The analog input AI01 has dropped Check measurement circuit, refer to the 9.02 B01
below 4 mA / 2 V. electrical diagram for terminal identification.
AI01-IOEC3 is a 4...20 mA analog
input signal. Loose wiring in the contol circuit. Check the analog inputs on IOEC3.
IOEC3AI1MLos alarm is activated
when measuring signal drops Improper shield grounding of Check components and wiring.
below 2 mA. wiring.
Check parameter settings.
Connection: AI01-IOEC3 (X31.2, Power supply of sensor lost.
X32.2) (IOEC3 has to be activated Check the auxiliary power supply of the
by setting P75.01 toYES). Faulty IOEC. sensor.
Actual input can be read from
P80.05 AI1 IOEC3. Check IOEC3 DIP-switch setting according to
wiring diagram.
Measurement loss detection is
activated only if P81.04 AI1 Replace IOEC3.
MINIMUM IO3 is set to 1 (1 = 4 mA
/ 2 V).

The source of the analog input can


be set with P81.26 AI1SelIO3. The
reaction can be set to NONE,
ALARM or SOFT STOP depending
on the selected source.

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IOEC3AI4MLos Loss of analog input AI04-IOEC3. The analog input AI04 has dropped Check measurement circuit, refer to the 9.04 B07
below 4 mA / 2 V. electrical diagram for terminal identification.
AI04-IOEC3 is a 4...20 mA analog
input signal. Loose wiring in the contol circuit. Check the analog inputs on IOEC3.
IOEC3AI1MLos alarm is activated
when measuring signal drops Improper shield grounding of Check components and wiring.
below 2 mA. wiring.
Check parameter settings.
Connection: AI04-IOEC3 (X31.5, Power supply of sensor lost.
X32.5) (IOEC3 has to be activated Check the auxiliary power supply of the
by setting P75.01 toYES). Faulty IOEC. sensor.
Actual input can be read from
P80.08 AI4 IOEC3. Check IOEC3 DIP-switch setting according to
wiring diagram.
Measurement loss detection is
activated only if P81.22 AI4 Replace IOEC3.
MINIMUM IO3 is set to 1 (1 = 4 mA
/ 2 V)

The source of the analog input can


be set with P81.27 AI4SelIO3. The
reaction can be set to NONE,
ALARM or SOFT STOP depending
on the selected source.

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IOEC3LinkEr Supervision of communication Fiber optic ring is disturbed. Check the fiber optic connections between all 9.06 B11
links: AMC-IOEC3 link is disturbed. IOECs and AMC.
Wrong node address setting on
IOEC3. Check the node address on IOEC3 (should be
set to 6).

IOEC4AI2MLos Loss of analog input AI02-IOEC4 The analog input AI02 has dropped Check measurement circuit, refer to the 9.09 B01
(actual signal 2 for PID-control below 4 mA / 2 V. electrical diagram for terminal identification.
macro or motor temperature 2nd
set Ph. U). Loose wiring in the contol circuit. Check the analog inputs on IOEC4.

AI02-IOEC3 is a 4...20 mA analog Improper shield grounding of Check components and wiring.
input signal. wiring.
IOEC3AI1MLos alarm is activated Check parameter settings.
when measuring signal drops Power supply of sensor lost.
below 2 mA. Check the auxiliary power supply of the
Faulty IOEC. sensor.
Connection: AI02-IOEC4, terminals
X31.3, X32.3 (IOEC4 has to be Check IOEC4 DIP-switch setting according to
activated by setting P75.02 to wiring diagram.
YES).
Replace IOEC4.
The source of the analog input can
be set with P86.26 AI2SelIO4
(actual signal 2 for PID-control
macro or motor temperature 2nd
set Ph. U).

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In case of PIDActValue2:
IOEC4AI2MLos alarm is activated
only if P86.10 (AI2 Minimum IO4)
is set to 4 mA / 2 V and P40.16
(AI<MinFuncExtAct2) is set to 2.

The parameter can only be seen if


the PID Control Macro is selected.

In case of MotWgTmpPhU2:

IOEC4AI2MLos alarm is activated


only if P86.10 (AI2 Minimum IO4)
is set to 4 mA / 2 V and P35.20 (
MotWdgUTempMeas2) is set to 2.

Actual input can be read from


P80.05 AI1 IOEC3.

Measurement loss detection is


activated only if P81.04 AI1
MINIMUM IO3 is set to 1 (1 = 4 mA
/ 2 V)

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IOEC4LinkEr Supervision of communication Fiber optic ring is disturbed Check the fiber optic connections between all 9.06 B12
links: AMC-IOEC4 link is disturbed. IOECs and AMC..
Wrong node address setting on
IOEC4 Check the node address on IOEC4 (should be
set to 8).

IOEC5 LinkEr Supervision of communication Fiber optic ring is disturbed. Check the fiber optic connections between all 9.08 B12
links: AMC-IOEC5 link is disturbed. IOECs and AMC.
Wrong node address setting on
IOEC5. Check the node address on IOEC5 (should be
set to A).

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IOEC6 LinkEr Supervision of communication Fiber optic ring is disturbed. Check the fiber optic connections between all 9.08 B13
links: AMC-IOEC6 link is disturbed. IOECs and AMC.
Wrong node address setting on
IOEC6. Check the node address on IOEC6 (should be
set to C).

LimitSupervis Programmable limit supervision is One of the values that is monitored Check the limit word 08.07 to find out which 9.02 B11
activated. by P08.07 (Limit Word 2) is below actual or reference signal is beyond the limit.
or above the limit.
One bit of P08.07 (Limit Word 2) is Check the actual value of the monitored
active. Wrong parameter settings. signal.

The corresponding limits are set


with parameter group 32. Check parameters settings.

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Link AB Lost Communication fault in link AB The PPCS communication is Check fiber optic cables and connectors. Not FC1 9.07 B09
between INT -A5181 and AMC - broken. Appl..
A5171 Check power supply to the INT.
Faulty power supply to INT.
Check if the INT is the cause of the fault:
Faulty fiber optic connection. temporarily connect a replacement INT to the
unit. Ensure that the INT is identical to
Faulty AMC or INT. thecircuit board being replaced and check the
compatibility of the EPLD memory.

Link C Lost Communication fault in link C The PPCS communication is Check fiber optic cables and connectors. Not FC1 9.07 B00
between INT -A5181 and ADCVI - broken. Appl..
A4221 Check power supplies to the ADCVI.
Faulty power supply to ADCVI.
Check if the ADCVI is the cause of the fault
Faulty fiber optic connection. by temporarily connecting a replacement
ADCVI to the unit. Ensure that SVA and SCA
Faulty ADCVI or INT. subprints are compatible with the ACS
converter type.

Check if the INT is the cause of the fault:


temporarily connect a replacement INT to the
unit. Ensure that the INT is identical to
thecircuit board being replaced and check the
compatibility of the EPLD memory.

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Link D Lost Communication fault in link D The PPCS communication is Check fiber optic cables and connectors. Not FC1 9.07 B07
between INT -A5181 and ADCVI - broken. Appl..
A4221 Check power supplies to the ADCVI.
Faulty power supply to ADCVI.
Check if the ADCVI is the cause of the fault
Faulty fiber optic connection. by temporarily connecting a replacement
ADCVI to the unit. Ensure that SVA and SCA
Faulty ADCVI or INT. subprints are compatible with the ACS
converter type.

Check if the INT is the cause of the fault:


temporarily connect a replacement INT to the
unit. Ensure that the INT is identical to
thecircuit board being replaced and check the
compatibility of the EPLD memory.

Link E Lost Communication fault in link E The PPCS communication is Check fiber optic cables and connectors. Not FC1 9.07 B06
between INT -A5181 and ADCVI - broken. Appl..
A4221 Check power supplies to the ADCVI.
Faulty power supply to ADCVI.
Check if the ADCVI is the cause of the fault
Faulty fiber optic connection. by temporarily connecting a replacement
ADCVI to the unit. Ensure that SVA and SCA
Faulty ADCVI or INT. subprints are compatible with the ACS
converter type.

Check if the INT is the cause of the fault:


temporarily connect a replacement INT to the
unit. Ensure that the INT is identical to
thecircuit board being replaced and check the
compatibility of the EPLD memory.

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LoadBrgTmp1 Bearing temperature 1 of load (e.g. Load bearing temperature 1 Check the true temperature. 9.10 B02
pump) too high. exceeds fault level.
Check parameter settings.
Affected customer connection:
AI01-IOEC3 (X31.2, X32.2) (IOEC3 Check the scaling and the IOEC3 DIP-switch
has to be activated by setting setting.
P75.01 toYES).
Refer to load documentation for further
LoadBrgTmp1 fault is activated instructions on fault finding.
only if P81.26 (AI1SelIO3) is set to
2.

Actual bearing temperature can be


read from P80.05 AI1 IOEC3.

Reaction to overtemperature can


be set to NONE, ALARM or SOFT
STOP with P35.14
LoadBrgTmpProt1.

Bearing temperature alarm and trip


levels:
P35.15 LoadBrgTmpAlmLev1
P35.16 LoadBrgTmpTrpLev1

Scaling of analog inputs used for


load bearing temperature
measurement is set with
parameters:
P81.02 AI1 HIGH VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.03 AI1 LOW VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.04 AI1 Minimum IO3
P81.05 AI1 Filter IO3

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P81.06 AI1 Invert IO3


P81.07 AI1 Offset IO3

LoadBrgTmp2 Bearing temperature 2 of load (e.g. Load bearing temperature 2 Check the true temperature. 9.10 B03
pump) too high. exceeds fault level.
Check parameter settings.
Affected customer connection:
AI04-IOEC3 (X31.5, X32.5) (IOEC3 Check the scaling and the IOEC3 DIP-switch
has to be activated by setting setting.
P75.01 toYES).
Refer to load documentation for further
LoadBrgTmp2 fault is activated instructions on fault finding.
only if P81.27 (AI4SelIO3) is set to
2.

Actual bearing temperature can be


read from P80.08 AI4 IOEC3.

Reaction to overtemperature can


be set to NONE, ALARM or SOFT
STOP with P35.17
LoadBrgTmpProt2.

Bearing temperature alarm and trip


levels:
P35.18 LoadBrgTmpAlmLev2
P35.19 LoadBrgTmpTrpLev2

Scaling of analog inputs used for


load bearing temperature
measurement is set with
parameters:
P81.20 AI4 HIGH VALUE (IOEC3)

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P81.21 AI4 LOW VALUE (IOEC3)


P81.22 AI4 Minimum IO3
P81.23 AI4 Filter IO3
P81.24 AI4 Invert IO3
P81.25 AI4 Offset IO3

LS Print Mi Lower half DC link inverter short The VLSCD does not transmit a Check wiring and connectors of the VLSCD. Not FC1 9.06 B07
circuit supervision -F4002 failure signal when an IGCT is turned on. Appl.
Check fiber optic cables between VLSCD and
LS Print Min is only active if the -The INT does not recognize a INT.
current is above P145.4. signal sent by the VLSCD when an
IGCT is turned on. Test if the VLSCD is the cause of the fault by
temporarily connecting a replacement VLSCD
Loose wiring between the VLSCD to the unit.
and the di/dt choke (-L4002).
Test if the INT is the cause of the fault:
Defective clamp diode -V4038. temporarily connect a replacement INT to the
unit. Ensure that the INT is identical to the
Faulty fiber optic link. circuit board being replaced and check the
compatibility of the EPLD memory.
Faulty INT.

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LS Print Pl Upper half DC link inverter short The VLSCD does not transmit a Check wiring and connectors of the VLSCD. Not FC1 9.06 B06
circuit supervision -F4001 failure signal when an IGCT is turned on. Appl.
Check fiber optic cables between VLSCD and
LS Print Pl is only active if the -The INT does not recognize a INT.
current is above above P145.4. signal sent by the VLSCD when an
IGCT is turned on. Test if the VLSCD is the cause of the fault by
temporarily connecting a replacement VLSCD
Loose wiring between the VLSCD to the unit.
and the di/dt choke (-L4001).
Test if the INT is the cause of the fault:
Defective clamp diode -V4037. temporarily connect a replacement INT to the
unit. Ensure that the INT is identical to the
Faulty fiber optic link. circuit board being replaced and check the
compatibility of the EPLD memory.
Faulty INT.

MacroChange MCB on signal active during a User MCB ON command has been Wait until macro change has been 9.09 B09
Macro change. activated during a User Macro accomplished by the control software before
change, resulting in a trip. switching ON the MCB.
The ACS1000 application software
provides the possibility to specify 2 Check macro change command input.
User Macros. This can be
necessary in cases, where 2 Check parameter settings.
different controls are needed for
one drive.

Connections: DI01-IOEC2 to DI06-


IOEC2 or communication module,
depending on setting of P16.05
(UserMacro IO Chg). With the
selected input one can switch
between the User Macros 1 and 2
if the MCB is open. During the

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changeover the drive cannot be


started.

MCB Control MCB: discrepancy of command The MCB feedback has not been Check if the fault appears when trying to close 9.04 B02
and feedback. received in time after a command. the MCB or when trying to open the MCB.

MCB Control fault is activated if the


drive cannot operate the MCB (for
example if the drive tries to close Monitor the actual signals (command and
(open) the MCB and the feedback feedback) and check if the MCB follows the
MCB Closed (MCB Open) is not command.
recieved within a specified time
limit). This can occur if the control Check parameter setting.
for the MCB is not set up properly
(i.e. the MCB is not closed or Check MCB interface wiring.
opened after a command or that
the status-signals from the MCB
are not recived in the drive).

I/O-Connections:
DI09-IOEC2 (X12:7 and X12:8)
MCB Open Status
DI10-IOEC2 ( X12:9 and X12:10)
MCB Closed Status
DO05-IOEC2 ( X25:1, X25:2 and
X25:3) MCB Order Open
DO06-IOEC2 ( X26:1, X26:2 and
X26:3) MCB Order Close

Signals:
04.23 DI8-14StatusIOEC2
05.02 DO1-6StatusIOEC2

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Parameters:
21.06 MCB OnControlMode
21.07 MCB FeedbackSig
21.09 MCB CloseTimeLim
21.10 MCB OpenTimeLim

MCB Disturb MCB disturbance trip. The Main Circuit Breaker has been Check if MCB has been tripped by external 9.04 B01
opened during operation by factor.
If DI10-IOEC2 disappears during external factor (e.g. overriding
operation the MCB Disturb fault is system). Check MCB feedback including wiring.
initiated.
Loose or disconnected wiring of Check if constant light is visible in the fiber
I/O-Connections: feedback signal. optic to the MCB_OUT input on IOEC1 /
DI10-IOEC2 ( X12:9 and X12:10) IOEC2. The drive must be in a non tripped
MCB Closed Status Fiber optic connection (MCB off) state and not in operation.
between INT and IOEC1 / IOEC2
Signals: disturbed.
04.23 DI8-14StatusIOEC2

MCB OrderOff MCB: Order-off feedback signal Wrong wiring of the tripping loop Check the wiring. 9.04 B12
type not set correctly. logic with the MCB.
Refer to 3BHS104785E01 MCB engineeting
Customer signal: DO06-IOEC1 Wrong parameter setting. guidelines, input circuit breaker control (ICB
and DI14-IOEC1. control).

Related parameter: P21.07 MCB


FeedbackSig

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MotCooler Motor cooler internal contactor trip Defective cooler. Check cooler. 9.02 B04
(converter internal contactor
supervision for the motor cooler). Loose or disconnected wire(s). Check motor cooler supply circuit.

Reaction to a motor cooler trip can Wrong parameter setting. Check wiring.
be set to NONE, ALARM or SOFT
STOP with P38.02 (MotorCooler). Check parameter settings.

Customer signal: DI12-IOEC3


(Motor Cooler Trip) (IOEC3 has to
be activated by setting P75.01
toYES).

The status of the signals can be


read from
P80.10 ( DI8-14StatusIOEC3).

The converter can monitor the


motor cooler with a contact. If this
contact is active the software
triggers the motor cooler trip.

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Motor Protection Motor overload trip. The motor load is outside the Check load conditions. 9.01 B14
SW configured operating range.
The protection is activated if the Check parameter settings.
motor operates outside the Wrong parameter.
operating range defined by the
selected load curve. Motor load too high.

Parameters can be set with


P30.07-12

MotorStall Motor stall protection has been Overload or blocked rotor. Check motor and load. 9.02 B04
activated, resulting in an fault.
Check parameter settings.
If the output frequency of the
converter is lower than the
frequency limit, and the current
(torque) is close to its high limit, a
counter in the software will be
activated. If the counter then
reaches a preset time limit, set by
parameter, then the fault or
warning signal is activated. The
signal will disappear if within a
preset time no stall condition has
been observed.

Reaction to a motor stall can be


set as follows:

Settings for P30.13 (StallFunction):


1 = NO no action

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2 = WARNING alarm if protection is


active
3 = FAULT drive trips if protection
is active

Connections to customer: None,


internal software supervision

MotOverload Motor overload trip. The motor load is outside the Check load conditions. 9.09 B04
configured operating range
The protection is activated if the according to programmable load Check parameter settings.
motor operates outside the curve.
calculated operating range defined
by the load protection function. Wrong parameter.
Motor load too high.
Reaction to overload can be set
with parameters:
P42.05 OverLoadAlarmLim
P42.06 OverLoadTripLim

Alarm: AW7 (P09.17) Bit 04


MotOverload
Fault: FW9 (P09.09) Bit 04
MotUnderload

Alarm: AW4 (P09.57) Bit 12


MotOverLoad
Fault: FW4 (P09.20) Bit 01
MotOverLoad

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MotPhaseLoss Motor/inverter phase in the master Motor/inverter cabling: loose Check dataloggers to see current waveforms FC1 FC2 9.01 B03
unit lost connections and DC measurements.
.
Check if the motor current is very low or
Defective measurement chain maybe zero for a certain time (> 200 ms). If
(current and voltage). yes, check motor/inverter cabling and
measurement chain.

Check for other fault messages.

Save recordings and call ABB service.

MotPhaseUnbal Motor phase currents unbalance The maximum deviation between Check true motor currents. 9.01 B05
the three motor phases exceeds
supervision for ESP cables. the trip level. Check motor and load.

The ESP phase current supervision Check motor cables.


function is parametrized in group
43. Check parameter settings.

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MotTmpV2MLos Motor winding temperature 2 of Loss of measurement signal. Check measurement circuit, refer to the 9.09 B02
phase V - loss of analog input electrical diagram for terminal identification.
Defective temperature probe.
Connection: AI03-IOEC4 (X31.4, Check components and wiring.
X32.4) (IOEC4 has to be activated Faulty components or wiring.
by setting P75.02 toYES). Check parameter settings.
Communication problem with
Motor winding temperature is a IOEC4. Check the analog inputs on IOEC4.
4...20 mA analog input signal.
MotTmpV2MLos alarm is activated Check IOEC4 DIP-switch setting according to
when measuring signal drops wiring diagram.
below 2 mA.

Actual winding temperature can be


read from P85.03 / P85.04 / P85.05
(MotorWdgTmpPh U2 / V2 / W2).

Measurement loss detection is


activated only if P86.16 AI3
MINIMUM IO4 is set to 1 (1 = 4 mA
/ 2 V)

Reaction to measurement loss can


be set to NONE, ALARM or SOFT
STOP with P35.21
MotWdgVTempMeas2.

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MotTmpW2MLos Motor winding temperature 2 of Loss of measurement signal. Check measurement circuit, refer to the 9.09 B03
phase W - loss of analog input electrical diagram for terminal identification.
Defective temperature probe.
Connection: AI04-IOEC4 (X31.5, Check components and wiring.
X32.5) (IOEC4 has to be activated Faulty components or wiring.
by setting P75.02 toYES). Check parameter settings.
Communication problem with
Motor winding temperature is a IOEC4. Check the analog inputs on IOEC4.
4...20 mA analog input signal.
MotTmpMLosW2 alarm is activated Check IOEC4 DIP-switch setting according to
when measuring signal drops wiring diagram.
below 2 mA.

Actual winding temperature can be


read from P85.03 / P85.04 / P85.05
(MotorWdgTmpPh U2 / V2 / W2).

Measurement loss detection is


activated only if P86.22 AI4
MINIMUM IO4 is set to 1 (1 = 4 mA
/ 2 V)

Reaction to measurement loss can


be set to NONE, ALARM or SOFT
STOP with P35.22
MotWdgWTempMeas2.

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MotUnderload Motor underload trip. Motor underload fault according to Check load conditions. 9.09 B05
programmable load curve.
The protection is activated if the Check parameter settings.
motor operates outside the Wrong parameter.
calculated operating range defined
by the load protection function. Motor load too small.

Reaction to underload can be set


with parameters:
P42.03 UnderLoadAlarmLim
P42.04 UnderLoadTripLim

Alarm: AW7 (P09.17) Bit 05


MotUnderload
Fault: FW9 (P09.09) Bit 05
MotUnderload

MotVibrat External motor vibration Excessive motor vibrations Check motor and load for vibrations. 9.01 B01
supervision. detected.
Check wiring.
The motor can be protected Vibration measurement system is
against vibrations by means of a faulty. Check external vibration device.
separate external measuring
circuit. This circuit is connected to Check parameter settings.
the converter with a normally
closed contact. Refer to circuit diagram of vibration monitoring
device for details.
Connections:
Alarm: DI08-IOEC3 (terminals
X12.5, X12.6)
Fault: DI09-IOEC3 (terminals
X12.7, X12.8)
(IOEC3 has to be activated by

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setting P75.01 toYES).

If DI09-IOEC3 is active the


software triggers the external motor
vibration fault.

The status of the IOEC3 inputs can


be monitored with P80.10 DI 8-14
StatusIOEC3.

External vibration monitoring can


be activated or deactivated by
P35.09 (VibrationProtDI).

MotVibratAI1 Motor vibration AI 1 too high. Excessive motor vibrations Check motor and load for vibrations. 9.01 B00
(vibration sensor 1) detected.

Affected customer connection: Vibration measurement system is Check wiring.


AI01-IOEC3 (X31.2, X32.2) (IOEC3 faulty.
has to be activated by setting Check external vibration device.
P75.01 toYES).
Check parameter settings.
MotVibratAI1 alarm is activated
only if P81.26 (AI1SelIO3) is set to Check the scaling and the IOEC3 DIP-switch
3. setting.

Actual vibration signal can be read Refer to motor and load documentation for
from P80.05 AI1 IOEC3. further instructions on fault finding.

Reaction to high vibrations can be


set to NONE, ALARM or SOFT
STOP with P35.10

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(VibrationProtAI1).

Vibration alarm and trip levels:


P35.12 VibrationAlmLev
P35.13 VibrationTripLev

Scaling of analog inputs used for


vibration sensor 1 measurement is
set with parameters:
P81.02 AI1 HIGH VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.03 AI1 LOW VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.04 AI1 Minimum IO3
P81.05 AI1 Filter IO3
P81.06 AI1 Invert IO3
P81.07 AI1 Offset IO3

MotVibratAI2 Motor vibration AI 2 too high. Excessive motor vibrations Check motor and load for vibrations. 9.01 B01
(vibration sensor 2) detected.

Affected customer connection: Vibration measurement system is Check wiring.


AI04-IOEC3 (X31.5, X32.5) (IOEC3 faulty.
has to be activated by setting Check external vibration device.
P75.01 toYES).
Check parameter settings.
MotVibratAI2 alarm is activated
only if P81.27 (AI4SelIO3) is set to Check the scaling and the IOEC3 DIP-switch
3. setting.

Actual vibration signal can be read Refer to motor and load documentation for
from P80.08 AI4 IOEC3. further instructions on fault finding.

Reaction to high vibrations can be


set to NONE, ALARM or SOFT

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STOP with P35.11


(VibrationProtAI2).

Vibration alarm and trip levels:


P35.12 VibrationAlmLev
P35.13 VibrationTripLev

Scaling of analog inputs used for


vibration sensor 1 measurement is
set with parameters:
P81.20 AI1 HIGH VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.21 AI1 LOW VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.22 AI1 Minimum IO3
P81.23 AI1 Filter IO3
P81.24 AI1 Invert IO3
P81.25 AI1 Offset IO3

MotWdgMlos Motor: winding temperature 1 Loss of measurement signal. Check measurement circuit, refer to the 9.02 B14
measurement: loss of analog input electrical diagram for terminal identification.
(phases U, V, W). Defective temperature probe.
Check components and wiring.
If all 3 phases are lost, a fault will
be initiated. If only one or two Check parameter settings.
phases are lost, an alarm will be
given and the remaining phase(s) Check the analog inputs on IOEC2.
are used.
Check IOEC2 DIP-switch setting according to
Motor winding temperature is a wiring diagram.
4...20 mA analog input signal.
MotWdgMlos is activated when
measuring signal drops below 2
milliamps.

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Connection:
AI02-IOEC2 (X31.3, X32.3),
AI03-IOEC2 (X31.4, X32.4),
AI04-IOEC2 (X31.5, X32.5)

Actual winding temperature can be


read from
P04.09 MotorWdgTmpPhU1,
P04.10 MotorWdgTmpPhV1,
P04.11 MotorWdgTmpPhW1

Measurement loss detection is


activated only if
P13.14 AI2 MINIMUM IO2
P13.20 AI3 MINIMUM IO2
P13.26 AI4 MINIMUM IO2
are set to 1 (1 = 4 mA / 2 V)

Reaction to measurement loss can


be set to NONE, ALARM or SOFT
STOP with
P30.02 MotWdgUTempMeas1
P30.03 MotWdgUTempMeas2
P30.04 MotWdgUTempMeas3.

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MotWdgTmpHW Motor: winding temperature 1 too Motor is overloaded. -Check load and cooling of the motor. 9.01 B04
high.
Cooling is not working correctly. Check parameter settings.
Connection:
AI02-IOEC2 (X31.3, X32.3), Wrong parameter setting. Check the scaling and the IOEC2 DIP-switch
AI03-IOEC2 (X31.4, X32.4), setting.
AI04-IOEC2 (X31.5, X32.5)
Refer to motor and load documentation for
Actual winding temperature can be further instructions on fault finding.
read from
P04.09 MotorWdgTmpPhU1,
P04.10 MotorWdgTmpPhV1,
P04.11 MotorWdgTmpPhW1

Motor winding temperature limits


are set with:
P30.05 MotTempAlarmLevel
P30.06 MotTempTripLevel

Scaling of analog inputs used for


motor winding temperature 1
measurement is set with
P13.12 - P13.17 (phase U)
P13.18 - P13.23 (phase V)
P13.24 - P13.29 (phase W)

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MotWdgUTmp2 Motor: winding temperature 2 of Motor is overloaded. -Check load and cooling of the motor. 9.10 B04
phase U too high.
Cooling is not working correctly. Check parameter settings.
Connection: AI02-IOEC4 (X31.3,
X32.3) (IOEC4 has to be activated Wrong parameter setting. Check the scaling and the IOEC4 DIP-switch
by setting P75.02 toYES). setting.

To activate the protection, P86.26 Refer to motor and load documentation for
AI2SelIO4 must be set to 2 ( further instructions on fault finding.
MotWgTmpPhU2).

Actual winding temperature can be


read from P85.03 / P85.04 / P85.05
(MotorWdgTmpPh U2 / V2 / W2).

Motor winding temperature limits


are set with:
P30.05 MotTempAlarmLevel
P30.06 MotTempTripLevel

Scaling of analog inputs used for


motor winding 2 measurement is
set with parameters:
P86.08 AI2 HighValue IO4
P86.09 AI2 LowValue IO4
P86.10 AI2 Minimum IO4
P86.11 AI2 Filter IO4
P86.12 AI2 Invert IO4
P86.13 AI2 Offset IO4

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MotWdgVTmp2 Motor: winding temperature 2 of Motor is overloaded. -Check load and cooling of the motor. 9.10 B05
phase V too high.
Cooling is not working correctly. Check parameter settings.
Connection: AI03-IOEC4 (X31.4,
X32.4) (IOEC4 has to be activated Wrong parameter setting. Check the scaling and the IOEC4 DIP-switch
by setting P75.02 toYES). setting.

Actual winding temperature can be Refer to motor and load documentation for
read from P85.03 / P85.04 / P85.05 further instructions on fault finding.
(MotorWdgTmpPh U2 / V2 / W2).

Motor winding temperature limits


are set with:
P30.05 MotTempAlarmLevel
P30.06 MotTempTripLevel

Scaling of analog inputs used for


motor winding 2 measurement is
set with parameters:
P86.14 AI3 HighValue IO4
P86.15 AI3 LowValue IO4
P86.16 AI3 Minimum IO4
P86.17 AI3 Filter IO4
P86.18 AI3 Invert IO4
P86.19 AI3 Offset IO4

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MotWdgWTmp2 Motor: winding temperature 2 of Motor is overloaded. -Check load and cooling of the motor. 9.10 B06
phase W too high.
Cooling is not working correctly. Check parameter settings.
Connection: AI04-IOEC4 (X31.5,
X32.5) (IOEC4 has to be activated Wrong parameter setting. Check the scaling and the IOEC4 DIP-switch
by setting P75.02 toYES). setting.

Actual winding temperature can be Refer to motor and load documentation for
read from P85.03 / P85.04 / P85.05 further instructions on fault finding.
(MotorWdgTmpPh U2 / V2 / W2).

Motor winding temperature limits


are set with:
P30.05 MotTempAlarmLevel
P30.06 MotTempTripLevel

Scaling of analog inputs used for


motor winding 2 measurement is
set with parameters:
P86.20 AI4 HighValue IO4
P86.21 AI4 LowValue IO4
P86.22 AI4 Minimum IO4
P86.23 AI4 Filter IO4
P86.24 AI4 Invert IO4
P86.25 AI4 Offset IO4

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NoFiltData Inverter: filter data missing. Filter data have not been defined. Check filter data. 9.06 B13

Call ABB service.

OS Fault Operating system has detected EMC disturbance in AMC Switch OFF and ON auxiliary power and FC1 FC2 9.07 B04
wrong behavior of SW. . restart system
.
SW problem.
Save parameters and call ABB service.
Broken AMC.
Change AMC according to service manual.

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OutpTrafoTmp Output transformer temperature too 'Output transformer is overloaded. -Check load and cooling of the output 9.02 B13
high. transformer.
Cooling is not working correctly.
Affected customer connection: Check wiring and parameter settings.
AI04-IOEC3 (X31.5, X32.5) (IOEC3 Wrong parameter setting.
has to be activated by setting Check the scaling and the IOEC3 DIP-switch
P75.01 toYES). Faulty wiring. setting.

OutpTrafoTmp measurement is Refer to transformer documentation for further


activated only if P81.27 instructions on fault finding.
(AI4SelIO3) is set to 5.

The output transformer


temperature can be monitored with
P80.21 (OutputTrafoTemp).

Reaction to overtemperature can


be set to NONE, ALARM or SOFT
STOP with P36.12
OutpTrafoTmpProt.

Output transformer temperature


limits are set with:
P36.13 OutpTrafoTmpAlmL
P36.14 OutpTrafoTmpTrpL

Scaling of analog inputs used for


output transformer temperature
measurement is set with
parameters:
P81.20 AI4 HIGH VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.21 AI4 LOW VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.22 AI4 Minimum IO3

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P81.23 AI4 Filter IO3


P81.24 AI4 Invert IO3
P81.25 AI4 Offset IO3

OutputIsolat Output isolator supervision: the The output isolator has been Check the output isolator control. 9.10 B11
output isolator feedback singnal opened with closed MCB.
has changed to 'open' while the Check the wiring of the feedback signal.
MCB is closed.
Wrong feedback signal.
Connections: DI05-IOEC4,
terminals X11.9, X11.10, DI06-
IOEC4, terminals X12.1, X12.2
(IOEC4 has to be activated by
setting P75.02 toYES).,

The status of the signals can be


read from
P85.10 DI 1-7 Status IOEC4

The output isolator function is


activated with
P37.02 ExtOutputIsolator.

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OutsAirTemp Outside air temperature Outside air temperature is high. -Check if there is a real problem with the 9.04 B06
supervision has been activated. outside air temperature.
Wrong parameter setting.
Affected customer connection:
AI04-IOEC3 (X31.5, X32.5) (IOEC3 Faulty wiring. Check wiring and parameter settings.
has to be activated by setting
P75.01 toYES). Measurement problem. Check the scaling and the IOEC3 DIP-switch
setting.
OutsAirTemp measurement is
activated only if P81.27
(AI4SelIO3) is set to 1.

Reaction to overtemperature can


be set to NONE, ALARM or SOFT
STOP with P37.04
OutsideAirTmpProt.

Outside air temperature alarm and


trip levels:
P37.05 OutAirTmpAlmLev
P37.06 OutAirTmpTripLev

Scaling of analog inputs used for


outside air temperature
measurement is set with
parameters:
P81.20 AI4 HIGH VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.21 AI4 LOW VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.22 AI4 Minimum IO3
P81.23 AI4 Filter IO3
P81.24 AI4 Invert IO3
P81.25 AI4 Offset IO3

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OvervoltHW DC-overvoltage detected by ADCVI Mains supply high Read the fault logger to find out the root 9.03 B13
. cause.
The status of the DC voltages can
be read from Defective circuit board If a "OvervoltHW" fault stands alone or in
P02.02 to P02.09. (ADCVI). combination with a "Link X Lost", check
communication link ADCVI INT.
Optic link between ADCVI and INT
disturbed. If a "OvervoltHW" fault stands together with
"DC Overvoltage" there is a real overvoltage
situation.

Check if mains supply voltage is within limits.

Check for short-time mains supply


overvoltages.

Check parmeter settings related to braking


equipment
.

Check voltage scaling print (SVA).

Check optic link signal.

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OvervoltSW Positive or negative DC link voltage Mains supply high Read the fault logger to find out the root 9.07 B14
exceeds trip level . cause.

The status of the DC voltages can Voltage overshoot during Check deceleration parameters.
be read from deceleration.
P02.02 to P02.09. Check if mains supply voltage (correponding
Defective circuit board to DC voltage P02.06 "DC Voltage Udc1+2")
Related deceleration parameters: (ADCVI or INT). is within limits.
Group 22
Communication between ADCVI Check for short-time mains supply
and INT disturbed. overvoltages.

Temporary control instability. Check parmeter settings related to braking


equipment
.

Check voltage scaling print (SVA).

Tune control parameters.

Panel Lost Control panel communication loss. Failure in the communication Check wiring and connectors from AMC 9.15 B03
between the AMC and the CDP (terminal X17) via NDPI to the control panel.
Connection: None, internal control panel.
software supervision.
Faulty CDP control panel. Replace the CDP control panel.
Panel loss will lead to a trip only if
the drive is in local mode or if the Faulty communication cable or Replace the AMC.
drive is in remote mode and the faulty AMC.
keypad is used as an input. In all
other cases (keypad is used for
monitoring only) an alarm will be
issued.

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ProcessStop External process related stop Problem in the process. Check if there is a real problem with the 9.04 B08
command. process.
Loss of signal.
Connections to customer: DI08- Check wiring.
IOEC2, terminals X12.5, X12.6. Wrong parameter setting.
Check parameter settings.
The alarm appears during the
stopping sequence and turns into a Check IOEC2.
fault at the end of the sequence.

Process stop can be activated and


the source of the signal can be
selected with P16.01 ProcessStop.

The process stop is activated by a


low active signal.

The status of the signal can be


read from
P04.23 DI 8-14 STATUS IOEC2

The stopping mode and


characteristic can be selected with
P21.03 ProcessStopMode
P21.04 ProcessStopMCBCtr
P21.05 ProcessStopSpdDif

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ProcessStop External process related stop Problem in the process. Check if there is a real problem with the 9.04 B08
command. process.
Loss of signal.
Connections to customer: DI08- Check wiring.
IOEC2, terminals X12.5, X12.6. Wrong parameter setting.
Check parameter settings.
The alarm appears during the
stopping sequence and turns into a Check IOEC2.
fault at the end of the sequence.

Process stop can be activated and


the source of the signal can be
selected with P16.01 ProcessStop.

The process stop is activated by a


low active signal.

The status of the signal can be


read from
P04.23 DI 8-14 STATUS IOEC2

The stopping mode and


characteristic can be selected with
P21.03 ProcessStopMode
P21.04 ProcessStopMCBCtr
P21.05 ProcessStopSpdDif

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Pump 1/2 Cooling pump 1/2 failure (water Motor protection switch has been Check the affected pump. 9.05 B06
cooled drive only). tripped.
Check wiring and parameter settings.
Connections: DI01-IOEC1, Defective pump.
terminals X11.01, X11.02 for pump Check pump protection setting.
Q11 / Q5021, DI02-IOEC1, Wrong protection setting.
terminals X11.03, X11.04 for pump
Q12 / Q5023.

Motor protection switch Q11 /


Q5021 of cooling pump 1 is
equipped with a normally closed
auxiliary contact that is connected
to digital input DI01.

Motor protection switch Q12 /


Q5023 of cooling pump 2 is
equipped with a normally closed
auxiliary contact that is connected
to digital input DI02.

If the drive is not equipped with


redundant pumps and protection
switch Q11 opens, Pump 1/2 trip is
activated.

If the drive is equipped with


redundant pumps and protection
switch of the running pump opens,
Pump 1 or Pump 2 alarm is
activated and the cooling will
automatically switch to the
redundant pump. If the protection

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switch of the second pump opens,


Pump 1/2 trip is activated.

The status of the digital inputs can


be read from P04.20 (DI1-
7StatusIOEC1).

The number of installed cooling


pumps is set with
P41.09 WtrCoolPumpSel:
1 = Cooling pump 1 is installed
2 = Cooling pump 2 is installed
3 = Redundant pumps 1 & 2 are
installed.

In case of redundant fans/pumps


P41.10 PumpAlarmReset is
visible. If it is set to ON, the alarm
is reset and the parameter goes
back to OFF.

This supervision cannot be


deactivated in the SW.

Ridethrough Trip because line voltage ridethrough ended before line Check supply network quality. 9.04 B09
ridethrough was not successful. voltage returned.
Check parameter settings.
The line voltage and in Supply voltage too low or
consequence the DC link voltage interrrupted.
have dropped. The ridethrough
function is triggered if the DC link
voltage is below the undervoltage
alarm level.

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During ridethrough the drive


attemps to keep the DC link
voltage around 80% during the
ridethrough time. For this purpose,
energy from the rotating mass of
the motor and load is taken through
the inverter to compensate for
losses and maintain the DC link
voltage. The ride throug alarm is
active during this period.

If the DC link voltage recovers


within this period, the drive will
resume normal operation and the
alarm will be reset. If the DC link
voltage drops below 80% or if the
ridethrough time is exceeded the
drive will trip.

The ridethrough mode and


characteristic can be set with
P39.01 RideThroughEnable
P39.02 RideThroughTime
P39.03 RideThrghMinSpeed

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Sbp1Control Synchronous bypass: bypass Bypass circuit breaker 1 is closed Check the line circuit breaker control on 9.08 B08
circuit breaker 1 control trip. and should be opened. customer side.

Connections: DI14-IOEC5, Wrong feedback signal. Check the wiring of the feedback signal.
terminals X13.7, X13.8.

The synchronous bypass functions


are set in parameter group 65.

The fault will be activated if the


bypass circuit breaker did not
follow the command from the drive
side. Bypass circuit breaker is
closed but should be opened due
to motor start command.

Sbp2Control Synchronous bypass: bypass Bypass circuit breaker 2 is closed Check the line circuit breaker control on 9.08 B09
circuit breaker 2 control trip. and should be opened. customer side.

Connections: DI06-IOEC6, Wrong feedback signal. Check the wiring of the feedback signal.
terminals X12.1, X12.2
The synchronous bypass functions
are set in parameter group 65.

The fault will be activated if the


bypass circuit breaker did not
follow the command from the drive
side. Bypass circuit breaker is
closed but should be opened due
to motor start command.

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Sbp3Control Synchronous bypass: bypass Bypass circuit breaker 3 is closed Check the line circuit breaker control on 9.08 B10
circuit breaker 3 control trip. and should be opened. customer side.

Connections: DI09-IOEC6, Wrong feedback signal. Check the wiring of the feedback signal.
terminals X12.7, X12.8

The synchronous bypass functions


are set in parameter group 65.

The fault will be activated if the


bypass circuit breaker did not
follow the command from the drive
side. Bypass circuit breaker is
closed but should be opened due
to motor start command.

Sbp4Control Synchronous bypass: bypass Bypass circuit breaker 4 is closed Check the line circuit breaker control on 9.08 B11
circuit breaker 4 control trip. and should be opened. customer side.

Connections: DI09-IOEC6, Wrong feedback signal. Check the wiring of the feedback signal.
terminals X12.7, X12.8

The synchronous bypass functions


are set in parameter group 65.

The fault will be activated if the


bypass circuit breaker did not
follow the command from the drive
side. Bypass circuit breaker is
closed but should be opened due
to motor start command.

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SelfExcitHW Self excitation situation detected Self-excitation of the motor / sine Check for other faults that occurred during Not FC1 9.03 B04
filter circuit has occurred because this event (e.g. overvoltage). Appl.
Related parameters: the inverter has stopped
P112.18 SelfExcitSpeed modulating due to a previous trip. -Check OVVP.

Severe line overvoltage.

Defective OVVP (-F3, -A4211)

SelfExcitSW Self excitation situation detected Self-excitation of the motor / sine Check for other faults that occurred during Not FC1 9.03 B03
filter circuit has occurred because this event (e.g. overvoltage). Appl.
Related parameters: the inverter has stopped
P112.18 SelfExcitSpeed modulating due to a previous trip.

Severe line overvoltage.

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ShortCircMi Short circuit in lower half of DC If a ShortCircMi fault has occurred Upload the data logger, fault logger and FT FT 9.03 B02
link detected in one lower leg of a phase. parameters.

The VLSCD sends a light pulse Faulty INT (if DC voltage did not Check and measure the inverter IGCTs and
which exceeds the limits set in the collapse). diodes as explained in the service manual.
INT.
Contact ABB service.

ShortCircPl Short circuit in upper half of DC If a ShortCircPl fault has occurred Upload the data logger, fault logger and FT FT 9.03 B01
link detected in one upper leg of a phase. parameters.

The VLSCD sends a light pulse Faulty INT (if DC voltage did not Check and measure the inverter IGCTs and
which exceeds the limits set in the collapse). diodes as explained in the service manual.
INT.
Contact ABB service.

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ShortCircuit Short circuit in DC link Short circuit in the DC link (e.g. Check and measure all IGCTs and diodes as FT FT 9.03 B12
(undervoltage alarm and fault rectifier short circuit). explained in the service manual.
within 200us)
Contact ABB service.

FiltCapCurr Rectifier failure. Broken rectifier diode. Check and measure the inverter IGCTs and Not FC1 9.09 B10
diodes as explained in the service manual. Appl.
Defective rectifier clamp circuit -
C2201 / -C2202 and -R2201 to - Check rectifier clamp circuit.
R2208.
Check OVVP and SVA.
OVVP defective or with wrong
SVA. in case it happened during stopping restart
the drive.
ID run is active.
Contact ABB service.
Can appear during stopping.

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SineFiltCap Drive tripped because the filter Broken sine filter capacitor. Check filter capacitor. Not FC1 9.09 B06
capacitor currents did not match an Appl.
expected value. Wrong parameter settings Check parameters
. for filter capacitors.
Related parameters:
P06.15 Filter Capacity Contact ABB service.

SM1Control Synchronous bypass: motor circuit Motor circuit breaker 1 feedback Check the motor circuit breaker control on 9.08 B00
breaker 1 control fault (motor circuit has not been received in time after customer side.
breaker discrepancy between a command.
command and feedback). Check the wiring of the feedback signal.

Connections: DI13-IOEC5,
terminals X110:1, X110:2.

The synchronous bypass functions


are set in parameter group 65.

The fault will be activated if the


motor circuit breaker did not follow
the command from customer side.
Bypass circuit breaker is closed but
should be opened due to the stop
motor from line command. This
signal will continue for 60 seconds.

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SM1Disturb Sync. Bypass: motor circuit braker Motor circuit breaker 1 has been Check the motor circuit breaker control on 9.08 B01
1 fault. opened during operation by customer side.
external factor (e.g. overriding
Connections: DI13-IOEC5, system). Check the wiring of the feedback signal.
terminals X110:1, X110:2.
Loose or disconnected wiring of
feedback signal.

SM2Control Synchronous bypass: motor circuit Motor circuit breaker 2 has not Check the motor circuit breaker control on 9.08 B02
breaker 2 control fault (motor circuit been received in time after a customer side.
breaker discrepancy between command.
command and feedback). Check the wiring of the feedback signal.

Connections: DI05-IOEC6,
terminals X210:1, X210:2.

The synchronous bypass functions


are set in parameter group 65.

The fault will be activated if the


motor circuit breaker did not follow
the command from customer side.
Bypass circuit breaker is closed but
should be opened due to the stop
motor from line command. This
signal will continue for 60 seconds.

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SM2Disturb Sync. Bypass: motor circuit braker Motor circuit breaker 2 has been Check the motor circuit breaker control on 9.08 B03
2 fault. opened during operation by customer side.
external factor (e.g. overriding
Connections: DI05-IOEC6, system). Check the wiring of the feedback signal.
terminals X210:1, X210:2.
Loose or disconnected wiring of
feedback signal.

SM3Control Synchronous bypass: motor circuit Motor circuit breaker 3 has not Check the motor circuit breaker control on 9.08 B04
breaker 3 control fault (motor circuit been received in time after a customer side.
breaker discrepancy between command.
command and feedback). Check the wiring of the feedback signal.

Connections: DI08-IOEC6,
terminals X310:1, X310:2.

The synchronous bypass functions


are set in parameter group 65.

The fault will be activated if the


motor circuit breaker did not follow
the command from customer side.
Bypass circuit breaker is closed but
should be opened due to the stop
motor from line command. This
signal will continue for 60 seconds.

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SM3Disturb Sync. Bypass: motor circuit braker Motor circuit breaker 3 has been Check the motor circuit breaker control on 9.08 B05
3 fault. opened during operation by customer side.
external factor (e.g. overriding
Connections: DI08-IOEC6, system). Check the wiring of the feedback signal.
terminals X310:1, X310:2.
Loose or disconnected wiring of
feedback signal.

SM4Control Synchronous bypass: motor circuit Motor circuit breaker 4 has not Check the motor circuit breaker control on 9.08 B06
breaker 4 control fault (motor circuit been received in time after a customer side.
breaker discrepancy between command.
command and feedback). Check the wiring of the feedback signal.

Connections: DI11-IOEC6,
terminals X410:1, X410:2.

The synchronous bypass functions


are set in parameter group 65.

The fault will be activated if the


motor circuit breaker did not follow
the command from customer side.
Bypass circuit breaker is closed but
should be opened due to the stop
motor from line command. This
signal will continue for 60 seconds.

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SM4Disturb Sync. Bypass: motor circuit braker Motor circuit breaker 4 has been Check the motor circuit breaker control on 9.08 B07
4 fault. opened during operation by customer side.
external factor (e.g. overriding
Connections: DI11-IOEC6, system). Check the wiring of the feedback signal.
terminals X410:1, X410:2.
Loose or disconnected wiring of
feedback signal.

SwFreq HW Switching frequency hardware level Control problem due to wrong Check motor parameters. 9.03 B00
exceeded motor parameters.
Enable flying start (not allowed with output
Related parameters: P21.01 Attempt to start a rotating motor transformer).
FlyStartEnable with flying start inactive.
Check filter capacitors.
Broken sine filter capacitor.
Check SCA.
Wrong setting of SCA.
Contact ABB service.

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SwFreq SW Switching frequency hardware level Control problem due to wrong Check motor parameters. 9.07 B08
exceeded motor parameters.
Enable flying start (not allowed with output
Related parameters: P21.01 Attempt to start a rotating motor transformer).
FlyStartEnable with flying start inactive.
Check filter capacitors.
Broken sine filter capacitor.
Check SCA.
Wrong setting of SCA.
Contact ABB service.

TrafoTmp1 Transformer temperature 1 too Transformer is overloaded. -Check load and cooling of the transformer. 9.10 B07
high (ACS 1000i).
Cooling is not working correctly. Check wiring and parameter settings.
Affected connection: AI03-IOEC1
(X31.4, X32.4) Measurement is inaccurate. Check the scaling and the IOEC1 DIP-switch
setting.
Parameter P36.02
TrafoTmpProtectAI Re-calibrate the measurement system.

The transformer temperature can


be monitored with P04.07
(TrafoTemp1).

Transformer temperature 1 limits


are set with:
P36.08 TrafoTmpAlarmLev1
P36.09 TrafoTmpTrpLev1

Scaling of analog inputs used for


output transformer temperature
measurement is set with

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parameters:
P190.20 - P190.24

TrafoTmp2 Transformer temperature 2 too Transformer is overloaded. -Check load and cooling of the transformer. 9.10 B08
high.
Cooling is not working correctly. Check wiring and parameter settings.
Affected customer connection:
AI04-IOEC1 (X31.5, X32.5) Measurement is inaccurate. Check the scaling and the IOEC1 DIP-switch
setting.
Parameters: P36.02
TrafoTmpProtectAI Re-calibrate the measurement system.

TrafoTmp2 measurement is
activated only if P36.07
(TrafoTmpSelect) is set to 2 or 3.

The transformer temperature can


be monitored with P04.08
(TrafoTemp2).

Transformer temperature 2 limits


are set with:
P36.10 TrafoTmpAlarmLev2
P36.11 TrafoTmpTrpLev2

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Scaling of analog inputs used for


output transformer temperature
measurement is set with
parameters:
P190.25 - P190.29

TrippLoop MCB: tripping loop is not closed Tripping loop is open - Check tripping loop. 9.02 B05
when reset is initiated. (EMERGENCY OFF, EXT TRAFO
PROT TRIP, EXT MOT PROT - Check why DI04-IOEC1 is not in high state.
Connections: DI04-IOEC1, TRIP, OVERSPEED TRIP or
terminals X13.7, X13.8. INPUT VOLT UNBALANCE).

In order to reset the input DI04-


IOEC1 has to be in high state.

The status of DI04-IOEC1 can be


checked with P04.18 DI 8-14
STATUS IOEC1

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TrTmpExt/3 Transformer temperature external Transformer temperature exceeds Check the true temperature. 9.02 B00
high trip (ACS1000i: 3rd winding). trip level.
Check parameter settings.
Affected customer connection: 'Overload of the input transformer.
AI01-IOEC3 (X31.2, X32.2) (IOEC3 Check the scaling and the IOEC3 DIP-switch
has to be activated by setting setting.
P75.01 toYES).
Refer to load documentation for further
Reaction to overtemperature can instructions on fault finding.
be set to NONE, ALARM or SOFT
STOP with P36.02
TrafoTmpProtectAI. For a trip it has
to be set to 1.

ACS1000i only: TrafoTmp3


measurement is activated only if
P36.07 ( TrafoTmpSelect) is set to
3.

TrTmpExt/3 trip is activated only if


P81.26 (AI1SelIO3) is set to 1.

Actual transformer temperature can


be read from P80.05 AI1 IOEC3.

Transformer temperature alarm


and trip levels:
P36.03 TrafoTmpAlmLExt/3
P36.04 TrafoTmpTrpLExt/3

Scaling of analog inputs used for


load bearing temperature

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measurement is set with


parameters:
P81.02 AI1 HIGH VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.03 AI1 LOW VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.04 AI1 Minimum IO3
P81.05 AI1 Filter IO3
P81.06 AI1 Invert IO3
P81.07 AI1 Offset IO3

Underload Motor underload trip. Motor underload fault according to Check load conditions. 9.01 B13
selected load curve.
The protection is activated if the Wrong parameter. Check parameter settings.
motor torque drops below the Motor load too small.
selected load curve.

Reaction to underload can be set


with parameters
P30.16 - P30.18

Alarm: AW1 (P09.11) Bit 00


Underload
Fault: FW1 (P09.01) Bit 13
Underload

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Undervoltage Positive or negative DC link voltage Mains supply low. Check if mains supply voltage is within limits. FC1 FC1 9.03 B11
drops below trip level

The status of the DC voltages can Internal parameter settings. Check that ridethrough is enabled
be read from
P02.02 to P02.09. ridethrough not successful due to Check for other related faults.
low motor inertia
Related parameters: Group 31 .
ridethrough Check DC voltage.
Defective circuit board (ADCVI or
INT).

Communication between ADCVI


and INT disturbed.

Temporary control instability.

WtrConduct Cooling water conductivity is above The pump (s) have not been Start pump and let run for several hours. 9.05 B05
the trip level (for more than 30 running for some time.
minutes with MCB closed, Check filter Z2. Refer to water cooling
immediately with MCB open or with Filter Z2 clogged. documentation for further instructions.
internal level 1.9uS exceeded).
Ion exchange resin exhaused. Exchange deionizing bottle, Refer to water
The water circulates between water cooling documentation for further instructions.
cooled components with different Defective conductivity probe or
electrical potential, to prevent wiring. Check conductivity probe.
electrolysis currents which would
damage the pipe work. The
allowed conductivity of the water is
limited.

Water conductivity is received as


4...20 mA signal from conductivity

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sensor B12 via X2.6, X2.7 to


analog input AI04-IOEC1.

Connections: AI04-IOEC1,
terminals X31.5, X32.5

Water conductivity alarm and trip


levels :
P190.09 InvWtrCondAlmLev
P190.10 InvWtrCondTrpLev

The actual water conductivity can


be monitored with P04.04
InvWtrConductivity.

This supervision cannot be


deactivated in the SW.

WtrLevelLow Water Cooling: expansion vessel Leakage in the cooling system. Check the water level in the expansion 9.05 B04
water level below trip level. vessel.
Faulty component (sensor or
Connections: DI09-IOEC1, wiring). Check the components (sensor, wiring).
terminals: X12.07, X12.08

The digital input can be monitored


with P04.21
(DI8-14StatusIOEC1).

This supervision cannot be


deactivated in the SW.

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WtrPres1Hi Water Cooling output pressure high Output pressure is too high. Check cooling circuit (supply frequency, pump 9.09 B11
fault. type).
Wrong parameter setting.
Connections: AI03-IOEC1, Check wiring and parameter settings.
terminals: X31:4, X32:4 Wrong supply frequency (50/60 Hz)
or wrong pump. Check the scaling and the IOEC1 DIP-switch
The output water pressure can be setting.
monitored with P04.03
(InvWtrCoolPress1).

Output water pressure limits are


set with:
P190.45 WtrPres1AlmLevHi
P190.46 WtrPres1TrpLevHi

Scaling of analog inputs used for


output water pressure
measurement is set with
parameters:
P190.20 - P190.24

WtrPres2Hi Water Cooling input pressure high Input pressure is too high. Check cooling circuit, too much water, 9.09 B13
fault (only with pressurized/closed temperature very high.
cooling system). Wrong parameter setting.
Check wiring and parameter settings.
A pressurized cooling system is
selected with P190.44 Check the scaling and the IOEC3 DIP-switch
(WtrCoolSysClosed) set to 1. setting.

The input water pressure can be


monitored with P80.19.

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Input water pressure limits are set


with:
P190.50 WtrPres2AlmLevHi
P190.51 WtrPres2TrpLevHi

Scaling of analog inputs used for


input water pressure measurement
is set with parameters:
P81.20 AI4 HIGH VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.21 AI4 LOW VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.22 AI4 Minimum IO3
P81.23 AI4 Filter IO3
P81.24 AI4 Invert IO3
P81.25 AI4 Offset IO3

WtrPres2Lo Water Cooling input pressure high Input pressure is too low. Check cooling circuit for leaks, add water, 9.09 B12
fault (only with pressurized/closed
cooling system). Wrong parameter setting. Check wiring and parameter settings.

A pressurized cooling system is Check the scaling and the IOEC3 DIP-switch
selected with P190.44 setting.
(WtrCoolSysClosed) set to 1.

The input water pressure can be


monitored with P80.19.

Input water pressure limits are set


with:
P190.52 WtrPres2AlmLevLo
P190.53 WtrPres2TrpLevLo

Scaling of analog inputs used for

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input water pressure measurement


is set with parameters:
P81.20 AI4 HIGH VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.21 AI4 LOW VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.22 AI4 Minimum IO3
P81.23 AI4 Filter IO3
P81.24 AI4 Invert IO3
P81.25 AI4 Offset IO3

WtrPresDifLo Water Cooling pressure difference Wrong valve positions. Check cooling circuit according to flow 9.05 B01
low fault. diagram (valve positions, supply frequency,
System not deaerated. pump type).
In an open cooling system the
pressure difference is equal to the Strainer Z1 clogged (with external Deaerate system.
output pressure. If parameter heat exchanger only).
199.44 is set to NO the input Clean filter.
pressure is zero. Wrong supply frequency (50/60 Hz)
or wrong pump. Check wiring and parameter settings.
Connections:
AI03-IOEC1 , terminals X31.4, Disturbed supply. Check the scaling and the IOEC DIP-switch
X32.4 settings.
AI04-IOEC3 , terminals X31.5, Defective pump.
X32.5 (only with
pressurized/closed cooling system, wrong parameter setting.
IOEC3 has to be activated by
setting P75.01 toYES).

The input water pressure can be


monitored with P80.08 (AI4
IOEC3).

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The output water pressure can be


monitored with P04.03
(InvWtrCoolPress1).

An open cooling system is selected


with P190.44 (WtrCoolSysClosed)
set to 0.

Differential water pressure low


limits are set with:
P41.38 WtrPresDifAlmLo
P41.39 WtrPresDifTrpLo

Scaling of analog inputs used for


input water pressure measurement
is set with parameters:
P81.20 AI4 HIGH VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.21 AI4 LOW VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.22 AI4 Minimum IO3
P81.23 AI4 Filter IO3
P81.24 AI4 Invert IO3
P81.25 AI4 Offset IO3

Scaling of analog inputs used for


output water pressure
measurement is set with
parameters:
P190.20 - P190.24

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Alarms

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AirFiltSupv Air filter supervision: differential Dirty air filter. Clean or replace filter. 9.14 B04
pressure across filter mat too high.
Supervision enabled without Check if configuration matches parameter
Connections: DI09- IOEC1 ( option. setting (P41.05 InvAirFilterSupvi).
X12.07, X12.08).
Wrong differential sensor pressure Check differential pressure setting.
Differential pressure supervision setting (see parameter list).
switch B2 / B5264 gives monitoring
signal by a normally closed Faulty component (sensor, wiring Check the components (sensor, wiring or
contact. or tubing). tubing).

Status can be checked with


P08.08, Bit 8.

AnInpCalib Analog input calibration: automatic The calibration is started by the Wait for calibration to finish. 9.15 B13
calibration of IOEC s in progress. software with parameters:
P13.01 AUTO OFFSET CALIB for
Connections: All analog input IOEC1 & 2
signals on IOECs. P81.01 AUTO OFFSET CALIB for
IOEC3
P86.01 AUTO OFFSET CALIB for
IOEC4

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AUTORESTART An auto-restart sequence has been Depends on cause for auto-restart. Check cause of auto-restart. Not A 9.11 B01
initiated. Appl.

The function is enabled with


P31.01.

When the Autorestart function is


enabled and one of the specified
fault types occurs:
- An alarm AUTORESTART is
generated and it will be kept until
the drive restarts or trips.
- If, after a timeout (P111.22), the
drive didn't restart successfully it
will trip and a fault message
"Autorestart Timeout" will be
generated.
- If the maximum number of restart
trials exceeds the predefined value
(P111.25), a fault message
"Autorestart Loop" will be
generated.

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Aux Fan 1/2 Auxiliary fans of water cooling Auxiliary fan thermal protection Check thermal relay setting. 9.15 B11
system: auxiliary fan 1/2 failure. relay has been tripped.
For details see P41.06 Check fan phase currents.
RedAuxFanInstall. Faulty components or wiring.
Check components and wiring.
Affected internal connections: D13- Auxiliary fan M13 has a thermal
IOEC1 (X11/5, X11/6) for AuxFan1, protection relay Q13 with a
DI9-IOEC4 (X12/7, X12/8) for normally closed auxiliary contact. This supervision cannot be deactivated in the
AuxFan2. SW.

Behavior of redundant cooling fan


is set with P41.06
RedAuxFanInstall:
0 = no redundant fan is installed
1 = redundant fan is installed
Default setting is 0

AuxRideThrgh Auxiliary power ridethrough active. Auxiliary voltage dip or interruption. Check aux. power supply. 9.13 B02

The function is enabled with


P39.04. If the auxiliary voltage Check wiring according to wiring diagram.
drops below the minimum voltage
level, the aux. ridethrough function
will be activated. If the auxiliary
voltage does not recover before the
AUX ridethrough TIME has
elapsed, the drive will trip and a
fault message will be generated.

This alarm appears during the


ridethrough time. If this time is
exceeded, a fault related to the

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cause will be initiated.

BChopFan Supervision of braking chopper Optional motor protection switch for Check braking chopper fan / pump. 9.13 B12
cooling fan or pump: braking external cooling fan/pump tripped.
chopper fan or pump failure. As a consequence the braking Check components and wiring.
chopper will trip.
The external contactor for the fan Check setting of protection switch.
or pump is controlled via digital Operation of the drive is still
output DO06-IOEC4, BRAKE possible without braking chopper.
CHOP COOL. FAN PUMP ORD
ON. The fan or pump is switched
on when the temperature
calculated by the thermal model
reaches 100C above ambient.

Connections: DI03-IOEC4 (X11.5,


X11.6).

BChopOff Braking Chopper turned off Braking chopper resistor Check braking chopper. 9.12 B12
because of a fault temperature high.

This alarm will be displayed, if the


braking chopper is turned off
because of a fault due to setting of
P38.06. The braking chopper is
disabled until the temperature
drops below trip level.

Operation of the drive is still


possible without braking ability.

Related parameters:

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- P38.06 BrkResiOvertemp
- P190.35 trip level

This alarm can only be activated, if


P38.06 is set to 0 = DISABLE
CHOP.

BChopSwFreq Braking Chopper: switching Braking chopper resistor value too Check braking chopper resistor value. 9.12 B13
frequency too high small.

Switching frequency of chopper


IGCT above trip level.

The swiching frequency depends


on the value of the braking chopper
resistor (among other factors).

Operation of the drive is still


possible without braking ability.

BChopTempSW Braking chopper temperature Temperature of braking chopper is Check braking chopper temperature. 9.12 B09
(thermal model) too high too high compared to the thermal
model in software.
The braking chopper and the
braking resistors are each
monitored for overtemperature by
means of thermal models
incorporated in the ACS1000
software.

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BResiTempSW Braking Chopper: braking resistor Temperature of braking chopper Check braking chopper resistor temperature. 9.12 B11
temperature (thermal model) too resistor is too high compared to the
high thermal model in software.

The braking chopper and the


braking resistors are each
monitored for overtemperature by
means of thermal models
incorporated in the ACS1000
software.

This alarm will be displayed


according to P38.06.

Related parameters:
- P38.06 BrkResiOvertemp
- P190.35 trip level

This alarm can only be activated, if


P38.06 is set to 1 = ALARM.

Brg DE Mlos Motor bearing temperature Loss of measurement signal. Check measurement circuit, refer to the 9.11 B12
measurement at driven end: loss of electrical diagram for terminal identification.
analog input. Defective temperature probe.
Check components and wiring.
Motor bearing temperature is a Faulty components or wiring.
4...20 mA analog input signal. Check parameter settings.
BrgDE Mlos alarm is activated Communication problem with
when measuring signal drops IOEC3. Check the analog inputs on IOEC3.
below 2 mA.
Check IOEC3 DIP-switch setting according to
Connection: AI02-IOEC3 (X31.3, wiring diagram.
X32.3) (IOEC3 has to be activated

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by setting P75.01 to YES).

Actual bearing temperature can be


read from P80.02 BEARING TEMP
DE (via AI02-IOEC3).

Measurement loss detection is


activated only if P81.10 AI2
MINIMUM IO3 is set to 1 (1 = 4 mA
/ 2 V).

Reaction to measurement loss can


be set to NONE, ALARM or SOFT
STOP with P35.01 BEARING
TEMP PROTECTION DE.

BrgNDE Mlos Motor bearing temperature Loss of measurement signal. Check measurement circuit, refer to the 9.11 B11
measurement at non driven end: electrical diagram for terminal identification.
loss of analog input. Defective temperature probe.
Check components and wiring.
Motor bearing temperature is a
4...20 mA analog input signal. Check parameter settings.
BrgNDE Mlos alarm is activated
when measuring signal drops Check the analog inputs on IOEC3.
below 2 milliamps.
Check IOEC3 DIP-switch setting according to
Connection: AI03-IOEC3 (X31.4, wiring diagram.
X32.4) (IOEC3 has to be activated
by setting P75.01 to YES).

Actual bearing temperature can be


read from P80.03 BEARING TEMP
NDE (via AI03-IOEC3).

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Measurement loss detection is


activated only if P81.16 AI03
MINIMUM IO3 is set to 1 (1 = 4 mA
/ 2 V).

Reaction to measurement loss can


be set to NONE, ALARM or SOFT
STOP with P35.04 BEARING
TEMP PROTECTION NDE.

BrgTemp DE Motor bearing temperature at the Motor bearing temperature at the Check the true temperature. 9.11 B09
driven end too high. driven end exceeds alarm level.
Check the scaling and the IOEC3 DIP-switch
Affected customer connection: setting.
AI02-IOEC3 (X31.3, X32.3) (IOEC3
has to be activated by setting Refer to motor documentation for further
P75.01 to YES). instructions on fault finding.

Actual bearing temperature can be


read from P80.02 BEARING TEMP
DE (via P80.06 AI02-IOEC3).

Reaction to overtemperature can


be set to NONE, ALARM or SOFT
STOP with P35.01 BEARING
TEMP PROTECTION DE.

Bearing temperature alarm and trip


levels:
P35.02 BEARING TEMP DE
ALARM L

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P35.03 BEARING TEMP DE TRIP


L

Scaling of analog inputs used for


DE motor bearing temperature
measurement is set with
parameters:
P81.08 AI2 HIGH VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.09 AI2 LOW VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.10 MINIMUM AI2 (IOEC3)
P81.11 FILTER AI2 (IOEC3)
P81.12 AI2 INVERT (IOEC3)
P81.13 AI2 OFFSET (IOEC3)

BrgTemp NDE Motor bearing temperature at the Motor bearing temperature at the Check the true temperature. 9.11 B08
non driven end too high (FCB). non driven end exceeds alarm
level. Check the scaling and the IOEC3 DIP-switch
Affected customer connection: setting.
AI03-IOEC3 (X31.4, X32.4) (IOEC3
has to be activated by setting Refer to motor documentation for further
P75.01 toYES). instructions on fault finding.

Actual bearing temperature can be


read from P80.03 BEARING TEMP
DE (via P80.07 AI03-IOEC3).

Reaction to overtemperature can


be set to NONE, ALARM or SOFT
STOP with P35.04 BEARING
TEMP PROTECTION NDE.

Bearing temperature alarm and trip


levels:

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P35.05 BEARING TEMP NDE


ALARM L
P35.06 BEARING TEMP NDE
TRIP L

Scaling of analog inputs used for


NDE motor bearing temperature
measurement is set with
parameters:
P81.14 AI3 HIGH VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.15 AI3 LOW VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.16 MINIMUM AI3 (IOEC3)
P81.17 FILTER AI3 (IOEC3)
P81.18 AI3 INVERT (IOEC3)
P81.19 AI3 OFFSET (IOEC3)

Buchholz Transformer: external Buchholz Buchholz relay alarm (transformer Check the transformer. 9.12 B02
supervision protection).
Check wiring and parameter settings.
Connections: DI04-IOEC3 (IOEC3 The gas generated during a fault in
has to be activated by setting an oil-cooled transformer is Refer to transformer documentation for further
P75.01 to YES), terminals X11.7, collected in the gas relay, which is instructions on fault finding.
X11.8. located in a tube between the oil
conservator and the main tank. The
The status of the digital inputs can gas will displace the oil in the relay
be checked with P80.09. and a minor gas generation will
cause the closing of the alarm
Activation of the protection is done contact. If a substantial amount of
with parameters: gas is generated or the oil level
P36.05 TrafoBuchholzProt drops, first the alarm contact will
P82.03 DI4 Invert IOEC 3 close, followed by the tripping
contact. Unusual oil flow from the
transformer into the oil conservator

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will cause the immediate closing of


the tripping contact. If the trip is
active, the transformer is
immediately disconnected from the
grid (MCB opens).

CH0 LinkErr DDCS channel 0 (fieldbus) link The DDCS communication on 9.15 B07
error. channel CH0 is broken. Check the fiber optic connections and cabling.

Connections: None, internal The DDCS communication link on Check fieldbus adapter.
software supervision. channel CH0 is not updated within
a specified supervision time
The Distributed Drive window.
Communication System (DDCS) is
a communication protocol used
between the AMC and an upper
level controller or an external PLC,
connected to an ACS1000 on
channel CH0 with a fieldbus
adapter.

The action in case of a


communication error in CH0 can be
selected with P70.05 CH0
ComLossControl.
CH0 LinkErr can either be defined
as alarm or as fault.

CH0 LinkErr can be monitored with


Bit 1 in P9.58 AlarmWord5.

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CH0 Timeout Control: DDCS channel 0 (fieldbus) The DDCS communication on Check the fiber optic connections and cabling. 9. 15 B06
time-out. channel CH0 is broken.
Check fieldbus adapter.
Connections: None, internal The DDCS communication link on
software supervision. channel CH0 is not updated within If there are no connections in channel 0, the
a specified supervision time value of P70.04 has to be set to 0ms (Timeout
The delay time before the window. monitoring is not active).
communication break fault is
announced. The time count starts,
if the link does not update the
message. When the time has
elapsed the alarm CH0 Timeout is
activated and Bit 0 is activated in
P9.58 AlarmWord5. Setting P70.04
to zero disables the timeout
supervision function.

CH2 LinkErr DDCS channel 2 (master/follower) The DDCS communication on Check the fiber optic connections. 9. 15 B08
link error channel CH2 is broken.
Check the master/follower parameter settings.
Connections: None, internal The DDCS communication link on
software supervision. channel CH2 is not updated within
a specified supervision time
Channel 2 on the AMC is used for window.
the master/follower link between
the drives. The drive can be
programmed to either be the
master or the follower.

The action in case of a


communication error in CH2 can be
selected with P70.14 CH2
ComLossControl.

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CH2 LinkErr can either be defined


as alarm or as fault.

CtrlBackSupp Control aux. power supply backup Control backup power supply is Check the status of DI04-IOEC1 and consider 9.13 B04
voltage failure. interrupted. the electrical diagram.

Connections: None, internal


connection to DI04-IOEC1. With UPS: check that batteries are healthy.
With UPS: battery is empty or Check the UPS modules.
Status can be checked with missing.
P08.08, Bit 3. With Safeline: check the 3-phase supply.
Check the power supply modules.
With Safeline: 3-phase aux. power
is missing. EPS: Check the status of backup batteries
(starting from Software MSOH4100 and
higher) .

CustSupSig1 Parameter group 48 allows the Customer supervision signal has Check customer supervision signal. 9.17 B07
customer to define his own been activated.
supervision function. It is possible Check group 48 settings.
to define three different signals
(CSS1.1 to CSS1.3) and their Check wiring according to wiring diagrams.
logical interconnection (OR or AND
- gate). It is possible to invert those
signals (high or low active).

If NOT SEL is selected, the


function is disabled.

If ONLY STATUS is selected, only


the status bit in P8.04 AUX
STATUS WORD 4 will be set, no
alarm or fault will be initiated.

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If ALARM is selected, only the


alarm message CustSupSig1 will
be displayed on the panel. No trip
reaction is active.

If SOFTSTOP, TRIP 1a or TRIP 1b


is chosen, the drive stops
according to selected trip reaction
and the fault message
CustSupSig1 will be displayed on
the panel.

The status of the alarm can be


read fromP09.17, Bit 07

CustSupSig2 Parameter group 48 allows the Customer supervision signal has Check customer supervision signal. 9.17 B08
customer to define his own been activated.
supervision function. It is possible Check group 48 settings.
to define three different signals
(CSS1.1 to CSS1.3) and their Check wiring according to wiring diagrams.
logical interconnection (OR or AND
- gate). It is possible to invert those
signals (high or low active).

If NOT SEL is selected, the


function is disabled.

If ONLY STATUS is selected, only


the status bit in P8.04 AUX
STATUS WORD 4 will be set, no
alarm or fault will be initiated.

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If ALARM is selected, only the


alarm message CustSupSig1 will
be displayed on the panel. No trip
reaction is active.

If SOFTSTOP, TRIP 1a or TRIP 1b


is chosen, the drive stops
according to selected trip reaction
and the fault message
CustSupSig1 will be displayed on
the panel.

The status of the alarm can be


read from P09.17, Bit 08.

DirNotFwd Sync. Bypass: direction of motor is Motor is running in reverse Check direction of rotation. 9.16 B08
not forward. direction.
Check parameter settings (P11.03).
The alarm is given if the rotational
direction of the motor is not forward
if the synchronous bypass option is
selected. The rotational direction of
a motor controlled by the ACS1000
should be the same as the motors
connected to the grid.

The synchronous bypass function


can only be applied if the above
conditions are fulfilled. If not, a
serious damage might happen. It
has to be checked during
commissioning. Therefore it is

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recommended to lock the rotating


direction of the motor after it is
confirmed to be correct.

EmergStop Emergency stop has been Emergency stop has been Check overriding control word 7.06 OCW bit 2 9.15 B10
activated (from overriding system). activated (from overriding system). Off3 (only if P75.04 FBA Comm.Module set to
DSET 1 or 10 R/W).

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ExtAct1Lost External actual signal 1 lost: actual The PID actual signal 1 has Check measurement circuit, refer to the 9.17 B00
signal 1 for PID-control macro dropped below 4 mA / 2 V. electrical diagram for terminal identification.
drops below the minimum limit. Loose wiring in the contol circuit.
Check the analog inputs on IOEC4.
Connection: AI01-IOEC4, terminals Improper shield grounding of
X31.2, X32.2 (IOEC4 has to be wiring. Check components and wiring.
activated by setting P75.02 to
YES). Power supply of sensor lost. Check parameter settings.

Operation in case of actual value 1 Faulty IOEC. Check the auxiliary power supply of the
(analog input signal AI01-IOEC4). sensor.
ExtAct1Lost alarm is activated only
if P86.04 (AI1 Minimum IO4) is set
to 4 mA / 2 V and P40.15
(AI<MinFuncExtAct1) is set to 3 or Check IOEC4 DIP-switch setting according to
4. wiring diagram.

This parameter can only be seen if Replace IOEC4.


the PID Control Macro is selected.

ExtMotCool External motor cooling supervision. External motor cooling supervision Check the motor cooling system. 9.11 B07
has been activated.
Connection: DI06-IOEC3, terminals Check wiring and parameter settings.
X12.1, X12.2 (IOEC3 has to be
activated by setting P75.01 to Refer to motor and motor cooling
YES). documentation for further instructions on fault
finding.
An external cooling fan (air-cooled
motors) or an external cooling
pump (water-cooled motors) can
be used for cooling the motor. The
converter can monitor this external
cooling unit. If this contact is active

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the software triggers external motor


cooling alarm.

To activate the protection P35.08


(MotorCoolingProt) must be set to
ON.

ExtMotCool alarm can be inverted


by P82.04 (DI06 Invert IO3).

The status of the alarm can be


read from P80.09 (DI1-
7StatusIOEC3).

ExtMotProt External motor protection. External motor protection Check the motor protection. 9.11 B06
supervision has been activated.
Connection: DI11-IOEC3, terminals Check wiring and parameter settings.
X13.1, X13.2 (IOEC3 has to be
activated by setting P75.01 to Refer to motor documentation for further
YES). instructions on fault finding.

The motor can be protected by a


separate external protection relay
and monitored by a contact. If this
contact is active the software
triggers the external motor
protection alarm.

To activate the protection P35.07 (


ExtMotorProtAlarm) must be set to
ON.

ExtMotProt alarm can be inverted

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by P82.06 (DI11 Invert IO3).

The status of the alarm can be


read from P80.10 (DI8-
14StatusIOEC3).

ExtRef1Lost External reference signal 1 lost: The analog input has dropped Check the external device, refer to the 9.15 B01
analog input drops below the below 4 mA / 2 V. electrical diagram for terminal identification.
minimum limit.
Loose wiring in the contol circuit. Check the analog inputs on IOEC2.
Connection: AI01-IOEC2, terminals
X31.2, X32.2. Improper shield grounding of Check components and wiring.
wiring.
The reference signal is received as Check parameter settings.
0/4...20mA or 0/2...10V from an Power supply of external device
external device (PLC, lost. Check the auxiliary power supply of the
potentiometer, etc.) via IOEC 2. external device.
Faulty IOEC.
The actual value of this input can
be checked in P04.16 (AI1 IOEC2). Check IOEC2 DIP-switch setting according to
wiring diagram.
ExtRef1Lost alarm is activated only
if P13.08 (AI1 Minimum IO2) is set Replace IOEC2.
to 4 mA / 2 V and P31.3
(AI<MinFuncExtRef1) is set to 3 or
4.

Settings for P31.03:


1 = NO no action
2 = FAULT drive trips in case of
analog signal loss
3 = CNST SPD15 an alarm will be
set and drive runs coninuously with

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constant speed15 (P33.16)


4 = LAST SPEED an alarm will be
set and drive runs continuously
with the last speed reference

ExtRef2Lost External reference signal 2 lost: The analog input has dropped Check the external device, refer to the 9.15 B02
analog input drops below the below 4 mA / 2 V. electrical diagram for terminal identification.
minimum limit.
Loose wiring in the contol circuit. Check the analog inputs on IOEC1.
Connection: AI01-IOEC1, terminals
X31.2, X32.2. Improper shield grounding of Check components and wiring.
wiring.
The reference signal is received as Check parameter settings.
0/4...20mA or 0/2...10V from an Power supply of external device
external device (PLC, lost. Check the auxiliary power supply of the
potentiometer, etc.) via IOEC1. external device.
Faulty IOEC.
The actual value of this input can
be checked in P04.12 (AI1 IOEC1). Check IOEC1 DIP-switch setting according to
wiring diagram.
ExtRef2Lost alarm is activated only
if P13.03 (AI1 Minimum IO1) is set Replace IOEC1.
to 4 mA / 2 V and P31.4
(AI<MinFuncExtRef2) is set to 3 or
4.

Settings for P31.04:


1 = NO no action
2 = FAULT drive trips in case of
analog signal loss
3 = CNST SPD15 an alarm will be
set and drive runs coninuously with
constant speed15 (P33.16)

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4 = LAST SPEED an alarm will be


set and drive runs continuously
with the last speed reference

ExtWtrCool External water cooling supervision External water cooling supervision Check the external water cooling system. 9.13 B13
has been activated.
Connection: DI01-IOEC4, terminals Check wiring and parameter settings.
X11.1, X11.2 (IOEC4 has to be
activated by setting P75.02 to Refer to the external water cooling
YES). documentation for further instructions on fault
finding.
The converter can monitor the
external cooling unit with a contact.
If this contact is active the software
triggers external water cooling
alarm.

ExtMotCool alarm can be inverted


by P87.01 (DI01 Invert IO4).

The status of the alarm can be


read from P85.10 (DI1-
7StatusIOEC4).

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Fan Grp 1 Fan 1 failure with redundant fans Fan motor protection switch Q11/ Check the fan. 9.14 B00
(air cooled drive only): Q5021 has been tripped.
Check wiring and parameter settings.
Connections: DI01-IOEC1,
terminals X11.01, X11.02 for fan 1
(M11/ M5021), DI02-IOEC1,
terminals X11.03, X11.04 for fan2 (
M12/ M5023).

Motor protection switch Q11/


Q5021 of cooling fan 1 is equipped
with a normally closed auxiliary
contact that is connected to digital
input DI01.

Motor protection switch Q12/


Q5023 of cooling fan 2 is equipped
with a normally closed auxiliary
contact that is connected to digital
input DI02.

If the drive is not equipped with


redundant fans and protection
switch Q11/ Q5021 opens, fan 1/2
trip is activated.

If the drive is equipped with


redundant fans and protection
switch of the running fan opens,
fan 1 or fan 2 alarm is activated
and the cooling will automatically
switch to the redundant fan. If the
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opens, fan 1/2 trip is activated.

The status of the alarm can be


read from P04.20 (DI1-
7StatusIOEC1)

Redundant cooling fan operation is


activated with
P41.03 AirCoolFanSel. If set to:
1 = Cooling fan 1 is installed
2 = Cooling fan 2 is installed (only
with IOEC3)
3 = Redundant fans 1 & 2 are
installed (only with IOEC3).

In case of redundant fans/pumps,


P41.04 FanAlarmReset is visible.
If it is set to ON, the alarm is reset
and the parameter goes back to
OFF.

This supervision cannot be


deactivated in the SW.

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Fan Grp 2 Fan 2 failure with redundant fans Fan motor protection switch Q12/ Check the fan. 9.14 B01
(air cooled drive only): Q5023 has been tripped.
Check wiring and parameter settings.
Connections: DI01-IOEC1,
terminals X11.01, X11.02 for fan 1
(M11/ M5021), DI02-IOEC1,
terminals X11.03, X11.04 for fan2 (
M12/ M5023).

Motor protection switch Q11/


Q5021 of cooling fan 1 is equipped
with a normally closed auxiliary
contact that is connected to digital
input DI01.

Motor protection switch Q12/


Q5023 of cooling fan 2 is equipped
with a normally closed auxiliary
contact that is connected to digital
input DI02.

If the drive is not equipped with


redundant fans and protection
switch Q12/ Q5023 opens, fan 1/2
trip is activated.

If the drive is equipped with


redundant fans and protection
switch of the running fan opens,
fan 1 or fan 2 alarm is activated
and the cooling will automatically
switch to the redundant fan. If the
protection switch of the second fan

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opens, fan 1/2 trip is activated.

The status of the alarm can be


read from P04.20 (DI1-
7StatusIOEC1)

Redundant cooling fan operation is


activated with
P41.03 AirCoolFanSel. If set to:
1 = Cooling fan 1 is installed
2 = Cooling fan 2 is installed (only
with IOEC3)
3 = Redundant fans 1 & 2 are
installed (only with IOEC3).

In case of redundant fans/pumps,


P41.04 FanAlarmReset is visible.
If it is set to ON, the alarm is reset
and the parameter goes back to
OFF.

This supervision cannot be


deactivated in the SW.

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Fan 1 Fan 1 failure with redundant fans Motor protection switch has been Check the affected fan. 9.14 B00
(air cooled drive only): tripped.
Check wiring and parameter settings.
Connections: DI01-IOEC1, Defective fan.
terminals X11.01, X11.02 for fan 1 Check fan protection setting.
(M11/ M5021), DI02-IOEC1, Wrong protection setting.
terminals X11.03, X11.04 for fan2 (
M12/ M5023).

Motor protection switch Q11/


Q5021 of cooling fan 1 is equipped
with a normally closed auxiliary
contact that is connected to digital
input DI01.

Motor protection switch Q12/


Q5023 of cooling fan 2 is equipped
with a normally closed auxiliary
contact that is connected to digital
input DI02.

If the drive is not equipped with


redundant fans and protection
switch Q11/ Q5021 opens, fan 1/2
trip is activated.

If the drive is equipped with


redundant fans and protection
switch of the running fan opens,
fan 1 or fan 2 alarm is activated
and the cooling will automatically
switch to the redundant fan. If the
protection switch of the second fan

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opens, fan 1/2 trip is activated.

The status of the digital inputs can


be read from P04.20 (DI1-
7StatusIOEC1)

The number of installed fans is set


with
P41.03 AirCoolFanSel:
1 = Cooling fan 1 is installed
2 = Cooling fan 2 is installed (only
with IOEC3)
3 = Redundant fans 1 & 2 are
installed (only with IOEC3).

In case of redundant fans/pumps,


P41.04 FanAlarmReset is visible.
If it is set to ON, the alarm is reset
and the parameter goes back to
OFF.

This supervision cannot be


deactivated in the SW.

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Fan 2 Fan 2 failure with redundant fans Motor protection switch has been Check the affected fan. 9.14 B01
(air cooled drive only): tripped.
Check wiring and parameter settings.
Connections: DI01-IOEC1, Defective fan.
terminals X11.01, X11.02 for fan 1 Check fan protection setting.
(M11/ M5021), DI02-IOEC1, Wrong protection setting.
terminals X11.03, X11.04 for fan2 (
M12/ M5023).

Motor protection switch Q11/


Q5021 of cooling fan 1 is equipped
with a normally closed auxiliary
contact that is connected to digital
input DI01.

Motor protection switch Q12/


Q5023 of cooling fan 2 is equipped
with a normally closed auxiliary
contact that is connected to digital
input DI02.

If the drive is not equipped with


redundant fans and protection
switch Q12/ Q5023 opens, fan 1/2
trip is activated.

If the drive is equipped with


redundant fans and protection
switch of the running fan opens,
fan 1 or fan 2 alarm is activated
and the cooling will automatically
switch to the redundant fan. If the
protection switch of the second fan

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opens, fan 1/2 trip is activated.

The status of the digital inputs can


be read from P04.20 (DI1-
7StatusIOEC1)

The number of installed fans is set


with
P41.03 AirCoolFanSel:
1 = Cooling fan 1 is installed
2 = Cooling fan 2 is installed (only
with IOEC3)
3 = Redundant fans 1 & 2 are
installed (only with IOEC3).

In case of redundant fans/pumps,


P41.04 FanAlarmReset is visible.
If it is set to ON, the alarm is reset
and the parameter goes back to
OFF.

This supervision cannot be


deactivated in the SW.

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FanDiffPres Air cooling fan: differential pressure Auxiliary power missing. Check air filter, 9.14 B02
too low
Air flow blocked inside drive or in
Connections: DI09-IOEC1, the room. Check that all cabinet apertures are correctly
terminals X11.05, X11.06 closed.
Defective fan.
Differential pressure supervision Check direction of rotation of fans.
switches B1/B5261 or B5262 in
case of ACS 1000i are equipped Check air flow in room and ducts.
with a normally closed auxiliary
contact that is connected to digital Check setting of differential pressure sensor.
input DI09.
Check differential pressure sensor.
If the drive is not equipped with
redundant fans and the switch Check digital input DI09-IOEC1.
opens, a trip is initiated.
Check wiring and tubing.
If the drive is equipped with
redundant fans and the switch
opens, FanDiffPres alarm is
activated and the cooling will
automatically switch to the
redundant fan. If the switch opens
again, a trip is initiated.

The status of the alarm can be


read from P04.21 (DI8-
14StatusIOEC1)

Redundant cooling fan operation is


activated with
P41.03 AirCoolFanSel. If set to:
1 = Cooling fan 1 is installed

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2 = Cooling fan 2 is installed (only


with IOEC3)
3 = Redundant fans 1 & 2 are
installed (only with IOEC3).

A delay time for the alarm/fault can


be set with P190.4.

This supervision cannot be


deactivated in the SW.

GroundCurr Floating ground current alarm. Ground fault. Check parameter. 9.17 B06

The status of the signal can be Value of floating ground capacitor Check and measure the complete ACS1000
read from is too big. drive system (transformer, converter, motor
- P09.17, Bit 06 (AlarmWord7) and power cables) for a possible cause for the
- P09.04, Bit 14 (FaultWord4) Wrong parameter setting for earth fault.
ground capacitor.
Related parameter P115.11 Test if a current transducer is the cause for
Ground Capacity. Defective measurement circuit. the fault.

Check the ADCVI , INT-board or SCA


subprint.

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Heater Converter internal contactor Defective heater. Check heater. 9.11 B13
supervision for the motor heater,
space heater and water heater (if Loose or disconnected wire(s). Check wiring.
applicable).
Wrong parameter setting. Check parameter settings.
Connections: DI12-IOEC1,
terminals X13.3, X13.4, receives
monitoring signal from motor
heater protection switch
Q22/Q5011, from cabinet space
heater protection switch
Q23/Q5012 and from water heater
Q5033.

If the motor heater order on


command (DO5-IOEC1) is set and
the DI12-IOEC1 is low, an alarm
message will be generated.

Heater protection can be activated


by P38.01 (MotorHeater) and
P38.04 (CabinetHeater).

The status of the alarm can be


read from P04.21 (DI8-
14StatusIOEC1).

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InpIsolDis Input Isolator Discrepancy: Open and closed signals are both Check the input isolator. 9.12 B07
feedback signals are not correct active or missing at the same time.
(option). Check wiring.

Connections: DI07-IOEC4, Check parameter settings.


terminals X12.3, X12.4, DI08-
IOEC4, terminals X12.5, X12.6
(IOEC4 has to be activated by
setting P75.02 to YES),

The status of the signals can be


read from
P85.10 DI 1-7 Status IOEC4
P85.11 DI 8-14 Status IOEC4

The input isolator function is


activated with
P37.03 EXT INPUT ISOLATOR.

InputIsolat Input isolator not closed. The input isolator or the feedback Check the input isolator. 9.18 B10
is 'open' while the MCB close
Connections: DI07-IOEC4, command Check wiring.
terminals X12.3, X12.4, DI08- is active.
IOEC4, terminals X12.5, X12.6 Check parameter settings.
(IOEC4 has to be activated by The feedback signal is disturbed.
setting P75.02 to YES),

The status of the signals can be


read from
P85.10 DI 1-7 Status IOEC4
P85.11 DI 8-14 Status IOEC4

The input isolator function is

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activated with
P37.03 ExtInputIsolator.

IntTrafFan1 Transformer integrated fan 1 Breaker for supervision of optional Check the transformer cooling fan. 9.12 B04
supervision has been activated (not input transformer fan has been
available with ACS 1000i). opened. Check wiring and parameter settings.

Connection: DI04-IOEC3, terminals Refer to transformer and transformer cooling


X11.07, X11.08 (IOEC3 has to be documentation for further instructions on fault
activated by setting P75.01 to finding.
YES).

This function can be enabled with


P41.07 (IntegTrafoFanInst).

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IntTrafFan2 Transformer integrated fan 2 Breaker for supervision of optional Check the transformer cooling fan. 9.12 B14
supervision has been activated (not input transformer fan has been
available with ACS 1000i). opened. Check wiring and parameter settings.

Connection: DI05-IOEC3, terminals Refer to transformer and transformer cooling


X11.09, X11.10 (IOEC3 has to be documentation for further instructions on fault
activated by setting P75.01 to finding.
YES).

This function can be enabled with


P41.07 (IntegTrafoFanInst).

InvAirTemp Inverter cooling air temperature too Drive running with overload Check inverter load. 9.14 B03
high. condition.
Check cooling system:
The temperature is measured on Reduced cooling efficiency. Filter mat (air cooled system)
the ADCVI circuit board by means External water cooling efficiency (pressure,
of a PTC element (ACS 1000i: Room temperature is too high. temperature and flow)
measured with an additional Air-to-water heat exchanger (water cooled
temperature sensor located behind Defective measurement circuit. system).
the inverter).
Check ambient temperature in the converter
room.
The actual inverter air temperature
in degrees C can be read from Check ADCVI circuit board and
P02.16 (ACS 1000i: P04.03). communication.

This supervision cannot be Check temperature sensor and analog input


deactivated in the SW. AI02-IOEC1 (ACS 1000i only).

Related alarm threshold: P190.0,


the value is type code dependent.

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IOEC3AI1MLos Loss of analog input AI01-IOEC3. The analog input AI01 has dropped Check measurement circuit, refer to the 9.12 B03
below 4 mA / 2 V. electrical diagram for terminal identification.
AI01-IOEC3 is a 4...20 mA analog Loose wiring in the contol circuit.
input signal. Improper shield grounding of Check the analog inputs on IOEC3.
IOEC3AI1MLos alarm is activated wiring.
when measuring signal drops Power supply of sensor lost. Check components and wiring.
below 2 mA. Faulty IOEC.
Check parameter settings.
Connection: AI01-IOEC3 (X31.2,
X32.2) (IOEC3 has to be activated Check the auxiliary power supply of the
by setting P75.01 to YES). sensor.

Actual input can be read from


P80.05 AI1 IOEC3.
Check IOEC3 DIP-switch setting according to
Measurement loss detection is wiring diagram.
activated only if P81.04 AI1
MINIMUM IO3 is set to 1 (1 = 4 mA Replace IOEC3.
/ 2 V).

The source of the analog input can


be set with P81.26 AI1SelIO3. The
reaction can be set to NONE,
ALARM or SOFT STOP depending
on the selected source.

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IOEC3AI4MLos Loss of analog input AI04-IOEC3. The analog input AI04 has dropped Check measurement circuit, refer to the 9.14 B05
below 4 mA / 2 V. electrical diagram for terminal identification.
AI04-IOEC3 is a 4...20 mA analog Loose wiring in the contol circuit.
input signal. Improper shield grounding of Check the analog inputs on IOEC3.
IOEC3AI1MLos alarm is activated wiring.
when measuring signal drops Power supply of sensor lost. Check components and wiring.
below 2 mA. Faulty IOEC.
Check parameter settings.
Connection: AI04-IOEC3 (X31.5,
X32.5) (IOEC3 has to be activated Check the auxiliary power supply of the
by setting P75.01 to YES). sensor.

Actual input can be read from


P80.08 AI4 IOEC3.
Check IOEC3 DIP-switch setting according to
Measurement loss detection is wiring diagram.
activated only if P81.22 AI4
MINIMUM IO3 is set to 1 (1 = 4 mA Replace IOEC3.
/ 2 V).

The source of the analog input can


be set with P81.27 AI4SelIO3. The
reaction can be set to NONE,
ALARM or SOFT STOP depending
on the selected source.

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IOEC4AI2MLos Loss of analog input AI02-IOEC4 The analog input AI02 has dropped Check measurement circuit, refer to the 9.17 B01
(actual signal 2 for PID-control below 4 mA / 2 V. electrical diagram for terminal identification.
macro or motor temperature 2nd Loose wiring in the contol circuit.
set Ph. U). Improper shield grounding of Check the analog inputs on IOEC4.
wiring.
AI02-IOEC3 is a 4...20 mA analog Power supply of sensor lost. Check components and wiring.
input signal. Faulty IOEC.
IOEC3AI1MLos alarm is activated Check parameter settings.
when measuring signal drops
below 2 mA. Check the auxiliary power supply of the
sensor.
Connection: AI02-IOEC4, terminals
X31.3, X32.3 (IOEC4 has to be
activated by setting P75.02 to
YES). Check IOEC4 DIP-switch setting according to
wiring diagram.
The source of the analog input can
be set with P86.26 AI2SelIO4 Replace IOEC4.
(actual signal 2 for PID-control
macro or motor temperature 2nd
set Ph. U).

In case of PIDActValue2:
IOEC4AI2MLos alarm is activated
only if P86.10 (AI2 Minimum IO4)
is set to 4 mA / 2 V and P40.16
(AI<MinFuncExtAct2) is set to 3 or
4.

The parameter can only be seen if


the PID Control Macro is selected.

In case of MotWgTmpPhU2:

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IOEC4AI2MLos alarm is activated


only if P86.10 (AI2 Minimum IO4)
is set to 4 mA / 2 V and P35.20
(MotWdgUTempMeas2) is set to 1
or 2.

Actual input can be read from


P80.05 AI1 IOEC3.

Measurement loss detection is


activated only if P81.04 AI1
MINIMUM IO3 is set to 1 (1 = 4 mA
/ 2 V)

LimitSuperv Programmable limit supervision is One of the values that is monitored Check the limit word 08.07 to find out which 9.15 B04
activated. by P08.07 (Limit Word 2) is below actual or reference signal is beyond the limit.
or above the limit.
One bit of P08.07 (Limit Word 2) is Check the actual value of the monitored
active. Wrong parameter settings signal
.
The corresponding limits are set
with parameter group 32. Check parameters settings.

LoadBrgTmp1 Bearing temperature 1 of load (e.g. Load bearing temperature 1 Check the true temperature. 9.18 B02
pump) too high. exceeds alarm level.
Check parameter settings.
Affected customer connection:
AI01-IOEC3 (X31.2, X32.2) (IOEC3 Check the scaling and the IOEC3 DIP-switch
has to be activated by setting setting.

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P75.01 to YES).
Refer to load documentation for further
LoadBrgTmp1 alarm is activated instructions on fault finding.
only if P81.26 (AI1SelIO3) is set to
2.

Actual bearing temperature can be


read from P80.05 AI1 IOEC3.

Reaction to overtemperature can


be set to NONE, ALARM or SOFT
STOP with P35.14
LoadBrgTmpProt1.

Bearing temperature alarm and trip


levels:
P35.15 LoadBrgTmpAlmLev1
P35.16 LoadBrgTmpTrpLev1

Scaling of analog inputs used for


load bearing temperature
measurement is set with
parameters:
P81.02 AI1 HIGH VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.03 AI1 LOW VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.04 AI1 Minimum IO3
P81.05 AI1 Filter IO3
P81.06 AI1 Invert IO3
P81.07 AI1 Offset IO3

LoadBrgTmp2 Bearing temperature 2 of load (e.g. Load bearing temperature 2 Check the true temperature. 9.18 B03
pump) too high. exceeds alarm level.
Check parameter settings.

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Affected customer connection:


AI04-IOEC3 (X31.5, X32.5) (IOEC3 Check the scaling and the IOEC3 DIP-switch
has to be activated by setting setting.
P75.01 to YES).
Refer to load documentation for further
LoadBrgTmp2 alarm is activated instructions on fault finding.
only if P81.27 (AI4SelIO3) is set to
2.

Actual bearing temperature can be


read from P80.08 AI4 IOEC3.

Reaction to overtemperature can


be set to NONE, ALARM or SOFT
STOP with P35.17
LoadBrgTmpProt2.

Bearing temperature alarm and trip


levels:
P35.18 LoadBrgTmpAlmLev2
P35.19 LoadBrgTmpTrpLev2

Scaling of analog inputs used for


load bearing temperature
measurement is set with
parameters:
P81.20 AI4 HIGH VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.21 AI4 LOW VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.22 AI4 Minimum IO3
P81.23 AI4 Filter IO3
P81.24 AI4 Invert IO3
P81.25 AI4 Offset IO3

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MacroChange User Macro change: predefined User macro change has been Wait until macro change has been 9.14 B07
input acccording to P16.05 has initiated. accomplished by the control software.
switched.
Check macro change command input.
The ACS1000 application software
provides the possibility to specify 2 Check parameter settings.
User Macros. This can be
necessary in cases, where 2
different controls are needed for
one drive.

Connections: DI01-IOEC2 to DI06-


IOEC2 or communication module,
depending on setting of P16.05
(UserMacro IO Chg). With the
selected input one can switch
between the User Macros 1 and 2
if the MCB is open. During the
changeover the drive cannot be
started.

MCB Discrep Discrepancy between the two MCB MCB discrepancy alarm has been Check the MCB feedback signals. 9.12 B06
feedback signals activated.
Check wiring.
Connections: DI09-IOEC2 (X12.7, This alarm is active if P21.07 (
X12.8) to DI10-IOEC2 (X12.10, MCB FeedbackSig) is set to 2 and Check parameter settings.
X12.11). both signals are high or low.

The status of the digital inputs can


be read from
P04.23 DI 8-14 STATUS IOEC2.

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MCB NotAvl MCB is not available The alarm is active if: Check the MCB. 9.12 B05

Connections to customer: DI11- MCB is in test position or in other Check wiring.


IOEC2, terminals X13.1, X13.2 non-operational position ( faulty,
drawn out, in local mode, etc.). Check parameter settings.
The status of the signals can be
read from
P04.23 ( DI8-14StatusIOEC2)

Parameters for MCB NotAvl alarm


is set with
P21.08 (MCB AvailableSig). The
MCB AvailableSig can be defined
as active low or active high.

MotCooler Motor cooler internal contactor Defective cooler. Check cooler. 9.11 B14
alarm (converter internal contactor
supervision for the motor cooler). Loose or disconnected wire(s). Check motor cooler supply circuit.

Reaction to a motor cooler trip can Wrong parameter setting. Check wiring.
be set to NONE, ALARM or SOFT
STOP with P38.02 (MotorCooler). Check parameter settings.

Customer signal: DI12-IOEC3


(Motor Cooler Trip) (IOEC3 has to
be activated by setting P75.01
toYES).

The status of the signals can be


read from
P80.10 ( DI8-14StatusIOEC3)

The converter can monitor the

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motor cooler with a contact. If this


contact is active the software
triggers the motor cooler alarm.

MotorStall Motor stall protection has been Overload or blocked rotor. Check motor and load. 9.11 B10
activated, resulting in an alarm.
Check parameter settings.
If the output frequency of the
converter is lower than the
frequency limit, and the current
(torque) is close to its high limit, a
counter in the software will be
activated. If the counter then
reaches a preset time limit, set by
parameter, then the fault or
warning signal is activated. The
signal will disappear if within a
preset time no stall condition has
been observed.

Reaction to a motor stall can be


set as follows:

Settings for P30.13 (StallFunction):


1 = NO no action
2 = WARNING alarm if protection is
active
3 = FAULT drive trips if protection
is active

Connections to customer: None,


internal software supervision

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MotOverload Motor overload alarm. The motor load is outside the Check load conditions. 9.17 B04
configured operating range
The protection is activated if the according to programmable load Check parameter settings.
motor operates outside the curve.
calculated operating range defined
by the load protection function. Wrong parameter.

Reaction to overload can be set Motor load too high.


with parameters:
P42.05 OverLoadAlarmLim
P42.06 OverLoadTripLim

Alarm: AW7 (P09.17) Bit 04


MotOverload
Fault: FW9 (P09.09) Bit 04
MotUnderload

MotPhaseUnbal Motor phase currents unbalance The maximum deviation between Check true motor currents. 9.11 B05
the three motor phases exceeds
supervision for ESP cables the alarm level. Check motor and load.

The ESP phase current supervision Check motor cables.


function is parametrized in group
43. Check parameter settings.

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MotTmpV2MLos Motor winding temperature 2 of Loss of measurement signal. Check measurement circuit, refer to the 9.17 B02
phase V - loss of analog input electrical diagram for terminal identification.
Defective temperature probe.
Connection: AI03-IOEC4 (X31.4, Check components and wiring.
X32.4) (IOEC4 has to be activated Faulty components or wiring.
by setting P75.02 toYES). Check parameter settings.
Communication problem with
Motor winding temperature is a IOEC4. Check the analog inputs on IOEC4.
4...20 mA analog input signal.
MotTmpV2MLos alarm is activated Check IOEC4 DIP-switch setting according to
when measuring signal drops wiring diagram.
below 2 mA.

Actual winding temperature can be


read from P85.03 / P85.04 / P85.05
(MotorWdgTmpPh U2 / V2 / W2).

Measurement loss detection is


activated only if P86.16 AI3
MINIMUM IO4 is set to 1 (1 = 4 mA
/ 2 V)

Reaction to measurement loss can


be set to NONE, ALARM or SOFT
STOP with P35.21
MotWdgVTempMeas2.

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MotTmpW2MLos Motor winding temperature 2 of Loss of measurement signal. Check measurement circuit, refer to the 9.17 B03
phase W - loss of analog input electrical diagram for terminal identification.
Defective temperature probe.
Connection: AI04-IOEC4 (X31.5, Check components and wiring.
X32.5) (IOEC4 has to be activated Faulty components or wiring.
by setting P75.02 toYES). Check parameter settings.
Communication problem with
Motor winding temperature is a IOEC4. Check the analog inputs on IOEC4.
4...20 mA analog input signal.
MotTmpW2MLos alarm is activated Check IOEC4 DIP-switch setting according to
when measuring signal drops wiring diagram.
below 2 mA.

Actual winding temperature can be


read from P85.03 / P85.04 / P85.05
(MotorWdgTmpPh U2 / V2 / W2).

Measurement loss detection is


activated only if P86.22 AI4
MINIMUM IO4 is set to 1 (1 = 4 mA
/ 2 V)

Reaction to measurement loss can


be set to NONE, ALARM or SOFT
STOP with P35.22
MotWdgWTempMeas2.

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MotUnderload Motor underload alarm is activated. Motor underload alarm according Check load conditions. 9.17 B05
to programmable load curve.
The protection is activated if the Check parameter settings.
motor operates outside the Wrong parameter.
calculated operating range defined
by the load protection function. Motor load too small.

Reaction to underload can be set


with parameters:
P42.03 UnderLoadAlarmLim
P42.04 UnderLoadTripLim

Alarm: AW7 (P09.17) Bit 05


MotUnderload
Fault: FW7 (P09.09) Bit 05
MotUnderload

MotVibrat External motor vibration Excessive motor vibrations Check motor and load for vibrations. 9.11 B02
supervision detected.
Check wiring.
The motor can be protected Vibration measurement system is
against vibrations by means of a faulty. Check external vibration device.
separate external measuring
circuit. This circuit is connected to Check parameter settings.
the converter with a normally
closed contact. Refer to motor and load documentation for
further instructions on fault finding.
Connections:
Alarm: DI08-IOEC3 (terminals
X12.5, X12.6)
Fault: DI09-IOEC3 (terminals
X12.7, X12.8)
(IOEC3 has to be activated by

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setting P75.01 toYES).

If DI08-IOEC3 is active the


software triggers the external motor
vibration alarm.

MotVibrat alarm can be inverted by


P82.05 (DI08 Invert IO3).

The status of the IOEC3 inputs can


be monitored with P80.10 DI 8-14
StatusIOEC3.

External vibration monitoring can


be activated or deactivated by
P35.09 (VibrationProtDI).

MotVibratAI1 Motor vibration AI 1 too high Excessive motor vibrations Check motor and load for vibrations. 9.18 B00
(vibration sensor 1) detected.

Affected customer connection: Vibration measurement system is Check wiring.


AI01-IOEC3 (X31.2, X32.2) (IOEC3 faulty.
has to be activated by setting Check external vibration device.
P75.01 toYES).
Check parameter settings.
MotVibratAI1 alarm is activated
only if P81.26 (AI1SelIO3) is set to Check the scaling and the IOEC3 DIP-switch
3. setting.

Actual vibration signal can be read Refer to motor and load documentation for
from P80.05 AI1 IOEC3. further instructions on fault finding.

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Reaction to high vibrations can be


set to NONE, ALARM or SOFT
STOP with P35.10
(VibrationProtAI1).

Vibration alarm and trip levels:


P35.12 VibrationAlmLev
P35.13 VibrationTripLev

Scaling of analog inputs used for


vibration sensor 1 measurement is
set with parameters:
P81.02 AI1 HIGH VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.03 AI1 LOW VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.04 AI1 Minimum IO3
P81.05 AI1 Filter IO3
P81.06 AI1 Invert IO3
P81.07 AI1 Offset IO3

MotVibratAI2 Motor vibration AI 2 too high Excessive motor vibrations Check motor and load for vibrations. 9.18 B01
(vibration sensor 2) detected.

Affected customer connection: Vibration measurement system is Check wiring.


AI04-IOEC3 (X31.5, X32.5) (IOEC3 faulty.
has to be activated by setting Check external vibration device.
P75.01 toYES).
Check parameter settings.
MotVibratAI2 alarm is activated
only if P81.27 (AI4SelIO3) is set to Check the scaling and the IOEC3 DIP-switch
3. setting.

Actual vibration signal can be read Refer to motor and load documentation for
from P80.08 AI4 IOEC3.

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further instructions on fault finding.


Reaction to high vibrations can be
set to NONE, ALARM or SOFT
STOP with P35.11
(VibrationProtAI2).

Vibration alarm and trip levels:


P35.12 VibrationAlmLev
P35.13 VibrationTripLev

Scaling of analog inputs used for


vibration sensor 1 measurement is
set with parameters:
P81.20 AI1 HIGH VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.21 AI1 LOW VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.22 AI1 Minimum IO3
P81.23 AI1 Filter IO3
P81.24 AI1 Invert IO3
P81.25 AI1 Offset IO3

MotWdgMLos Motor: winding temperature 1 Loss of measurement signal. Check measurement circuit, refer to the 9.11 B03
measurement: loss of analog input electrical diagram for terminal identification.
(phases U, V, W) Defective temperature probe.
Check components and wiring.
If all 3 phases are lost, a fault will
be initiated. If only one or two Check parameter settings.
phases are lost, an alarm will be
given and the remaining phase(s) Check the analog inputs on IOEC2.
are used.
Check IOEC2 DIP-switch setting according to
Motor winding temperature is a wiring diagram.
4...20 mA analog input signal.
MotWdgMlos is activated when

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measuring signal drops below 2


milliamps.

Connection:
AI02-IOEC2 (X31.3, X32.3),
AI03-IOEC2 (X31.4, X32.4),
AI04-IOEC2 (X31.5, X32.5)

Actual winding temperature can be


read from
P04.09 MotorWdgTmpPhU1,
P04.10 MotorWdgTmpPhV1,
P04.11 MotorWdgTmpPhW1

Measurement loss detection is


activated only if
P13.14 AI2 MINIMUM IO2
P13.20 AI3 MINIMUM IO2
P13.26 AI4 MINIMUM IO2
are set to 1 (1 = 4 mA / 2 V)

Reaction to measurement loss can


be set to NONE, ALARM or SOFT
STOP with
P30.02 MotWdgUTempMeas1
P30.03 MotWdgUTempMeas2
P30.04 MotWdgUTempMeas3.

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MotWdgTmpHW Motor: winding temperature 1 too Motor is overloaded. -Check load and cooling of the motor. 9.11 B04
high.
Cooling is not working correctly. Check parameter settings.
Connection:
AI02-IOEC2 (X31.3, X32.3), Wrong parameter setting. Check the scaling and the IOEC2 DIP-switch
AI03-IOEC2 (X31.4, X32.4), setting.
AI04-IOEC2 (X31.5, X32.5)
Refer to motor and load documentation for
Actual winding temperature can be further instructions on fault finding.
read from
P04.09 MotorWdgTmpPhU1,
P04.10 MotorWdgTmpPhV1,
P04.11 MotorWdgTmpPhW1

Motor winding temperature limits


are set with:
P30.05 MotTempAlarmLevel
P30.06 MotTempTripLevel

Scaling of analog inputs used for


motor winding temperqature 1
measurement is set with
P13.12 - P13.17 (phase U)
P13.18 - P13.23 (phase V)
P13.24 - P13.29 (phase W)

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MotWdgUTmp2 Motor: winding temperature 2 of Motor is overloaded. -Check load and cooling of the motor. 9.18 B04
phase U too high
Cooling is not working correctly. Check parameter settings.
Connection: AI02-IOEC4 (X31.3,
X32.3) (IOEC4 has to be activated Wrong parameter setting. Check the scaling and the IOEC4 DIP-switch
by setting P75.02 toYES). setting.

To activate the protection, P86.26 Refer to motor and load documentation for
AI2SelIO4 must be set to 2 ( further instructions on fault finding.
MotWgTmpPhU2).

Actual winding temperature can be


read from P85.03 / P85.04 / P85.05
(MotorWdgTmpPh U2 / V2 / W2).

Motor winding temperature limits


are set with:
P30.05 MotTempAlarmLevel
P30.06 MotTempTripLevel

Scaling of analog inputs used for


motor winding 2 measurement is
set with parameters:
P86.08 AI2 HighValue IO4
P86.09 AI2 LowValue IO4
P86.10 AI2 Minimum IO4
P86.11 AI2 Filter IO4
P86.12 AI2 Invert IO4
P86.13 AI2 Offset IO4

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MotWdgVTmp2 Motor: winding temperature 2 of Motor is overloaded. -Check load and cooling of the motor. 9.18 B05
phase V too high
Cooling is not working correctly. Check parameter settings.
Connection: AI03-IOEC4 (X31.4,
X32.4) (IOEC4 has to be activated Wrong parameter setting. Check the scaling and the IOEC4 DIP-switch
by setting P75.02 toYES). setting.

Actual winding temperature can be Refer to motor and load documentation for
read from P85.03 / P85.04 / P85.05 further instructions on fault finding.
(MotorWdgTmpPh U2 / V2 / W2).

Motor winding temperature limits


are set with:
P30.05 MotTempAlarmLevel
P30.06 MotTempTripLevel

Scaling of analog inputs used for


motor winding 2 measurement is
set with parameters:
P86.14 AI3 HighValue IO4
P86.15 AI3 LowValue IO4
P86.16 AI3 Minimum IO4
P86.17 AI3 Filter IO4
P86.18 AI3 Invert IO4
P86.19 AI3 Offset IO4

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MotWdgWTmp2 Motor: winding temperature 2 of Motor is overloaded. -Check load and cooling of the motor. 9.18 B06
phase V too high
Cooling is not working correctly. Check parameter settings.
Connection: AI04-IOEC4 (X31.5,
X32.5) (IOEC4 has to be activated Wrong parameter setting. Check the scaling and the IOEC4 DIP-switch
by setting P75.02 toYES). setting.

Actual winding temperature can be Refer to motor and load documentation for
read from P85.03 / P85.04 / P85.05 further instructions on fault finding.
(MotorWdgTmpPh U2 / V2 / W2).

Motor winding temperature limits


are set with:
P30.05 MotTempAlarmLevel
P30.06 MotTempTripLevel

Scaling of analog inputs used for


motor winding 2 measurement is
set with parameters:
P86.20 AI4 HighValue IO4
P86.21 AI4 LowValue IO4
P86.22 AI4 Minimum IO4
P86.23 AI4 Filter IO4
P86.24 AI4 Invert IO4
P86.25 AI4 Offset IO4

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OutpIsolDis Output Isolator Discrepancy: Open and closed signals are both Check the output isolator. 9.12 B08
feedback signals are not correct active or missing at the same time.
(option). Check wiring.

Connections: DI05-IOEC4, Check parameter settings.


terminals X11.9, X11.10, DI06-
IOEC4, terminals X12.1, X12.2
(IOEC4 has to be activated by
setting P75.02 toYES).,

The status of the signals can be


read from
P85.10 DI 1-7 Status IOEC4

The output isolator function is


activated with
P37.02 EXT OUTPUT ISOLATOR

OutpTrafoTmp Output transformer temperature too 'Output transformer is overloaded. -Check load and cooling of the output 9.12 B10
high transformer.
Cooling is not working correctly.
Affected customer connection: Check wiring and parameter settings.
AI04-IOEC3 (X31.5, X32.5) (IOEC3
has to be activated by setting Check the scaling and the IOEC3 DIP-switch
P75.01 toYES). setting.

OutpTrafoTmp measurement is
activated only if P81.27
(AI4SelIO3) is set to 5.

The output transformer


temperature can be monitored with
P80.21 (OutputTrafoTemp).

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Reaction to overtemperature can


be set to NONE, ALARM or SOFT
STOP with P36.12
OutpTrafoTmpProt.

Output transformer temperature


limits are set with:
P36.13 OutpTrafoTmpAlmL
P36.14 OutpTrafoTmpTrpL

Scaling of analog inputs used for


output transformer temperature
measurement is set with
parameters:
P81.20 AI4 HIGH VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.21 AI4 LOW VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.22 AI4 Minimum IO3
P81.23 AI4 Filter IO3
P81.24 AI4 Invert IO3
P81.25 AI4 Offset IO3

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OutputIsolat Output isolator not closed. The output isolator or the feedback Check the output isolator. 9.18 B11
is 'open' while the MCB close
Connections: DI05-IOEC4, command Check wiring.
terminals X11.9, X11.10, DI06- is active.
IOEC4, terminals X12.1, X12.2 Check parameter settings.
(IOEC4 has to be activated by The feedback signal is disturbed.
setting P75.02 toYES)..

The status of the signals can be


read from
P85.10 DI 1-7 Status IOEC4

The output isolator function is


activated with
P37.02 ExtOutputIsolator.

OutsAirTemp Outside air temperature Outside air temperature is high. -Check if there is a real problem with the 9.14 B06
supervision has been activated. outside air temperature.
Wrong parameter setting.
Affected customer connection:
AI04-IOEC3 (X31.5, X32.5) (IOEC3 Faulty wiring. Check wiring and parameter settings.
has to be activated by setting
P75.01 toYES). Measurement problem. Check the scaling and the IOEC3 DIP-switch
setting.
OutsAirTemp measurement is
activated only if P81.27
(AI4SelIO3) is set to 1.

Reaction to overtemperature can


be set to NONE, ALARM or SOFT
STOP with P37.04
OutsideAirTmpProt.

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Outside air temperature alarm and


trip levels:
P37.05 OutAirTmpAlmLev
P37.06 OutAirTmpTripLev

Scaling of analog inputs used for


outside air temperature
measurement is set with
parameters:
P81.20 AI4 HIGH VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.21 AI4 LOW VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.22 AI4 Minimum IO3
P81.23 AI4 Filter IO3
P81.24 AI4 Invert IO3
P81.25 AI4 Offset IO3

Overvoltage DC link voltage too high after Mains supply high Check DC link voltage FC1 FC2 9.13 B00
charging (state ready to run)
Check tap setting of main transformer
The status of the DC voltages can
be read from
P02.02 to P02.09.

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Panel Lost Control panel communication loss Failure in the communication Check wiring and connectors from AMC 9.15 B03
between the AMC and the CDP (terminal X17) via NDPI to the control panel.
Connection: None, internal control panel.
software supervision.
Faulty CDP control panel. Replace the CDP control panel.
Panel loss will lead to a trip only if
the drive is in local mode or if the Faulty communication cable or Replace the AMC.
drive is in remote mode and the faulty AMC.
keypad is used as an input. In all
other cases (keypad is used for
monitoring only) an alarm will be
issued.

ProcessStop External process related stop Problem in the process. Check if there is a real problem with the 9.15 B12
command. process.
Loss of signal.
Connections to customer: DI08- Check wiring.
IOEC2, terminals X12.5, X12.6. Wrong parameter setting.
Check parameter settings.
The alarm appears during the
stopping sequence and turns into a Check IOEC2.
fault at the end of the sequence.

Process stop can be activated and


the source of the signal can be
selected with parameter
P16.01 ProcessStop

The process stop is activated by a


low active signal.

The status of the signal can be


read from

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P04.23 DI 8-14 STATUS IOEC2

The stopping mode and


characteristic can be selected with
P21.03 ProcessStopMode
P21.04 ProcessStopMCBCtr
P21.05 ProcessStopSpdDif
P22.06 ProcessStopRamp
(merged only)

Pump 1 Cooling pump 1 failure with Motor protection switch has been Check the affected pump. 9.13 B10
redundant pumps (water cooled tripped.
drive only): Check wiring and parameter settings.
Defective pump.
Connections: DI01-IOEC1, Check pump protection setting.
terminals X11.01, X11.02 for pump Wrong protection setting.
Q11 / Q5021, DI02-IOEC1,
terminals X11.03, X11.04 for pump
Q12 / Q5023.

Motor protection switch Q11 /


Q5021 of cooling pump 1 is
equipped with a normally closed
auxiliary contact that is connected
to digital input DI01.

Motor protection switch Q12 /


Q5023 of cooling pump 2 is
equipped with a normally closed
auxiliary contact that is connected
to digital input DI02.

If the drive is not equipped with

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redundant pumps and protection


switch Q11 opens, Pump 1/2 trip is
activated.

If the drive is equipped with


redundant pumps and protection
switch of the running pump opens,
Pump 1 or Pump 2 alarm is
activated and the cooling will
automatically switch to the
redundant pump. If the protection
switch of the second pump opens,
Pump 1/2 trip is activated.

The status of the digital inputs can


be read from P04.20 (DI1-
7StatusIOEC1)

The number of installed cooling


pumps is set with
P41.09 WtrCoolPumpSel:
1 = Cooling pump 1 is installed
2 = Cooling pump 2 is installed
3 = Redundant pumps 1 & 2 are
installed.

In case of redundant fans/pumps


P41.10 PumpAlarmReset is
visible. If it is set to ON, the alarm
is reset and the parameter goes
back to OFF.

This supervision cannot be

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deactivated in the SW.

Pump 2 Cooling pump 2 failure with Motor protection switch has been Check the affected pump. 9.13 B11
redundant pumps (water cooled tripped.
drive only): Check wiring and parameter settings.
Defective pump.
Connections: DI01-IOEC1, Check pump protection setting.
terminals X11.01, X11.02 for pump Wrong protection setting.
Q11 / Q5021, DI02-IOEC1,
terminals X11.03, X11.04 for pump
Q12 / Q5023.

Motor protection switch Q11 /


Q5021 of cooling pump 1 is
equipped with a normally closed
auxiliary contact that is connected
to digital input DI01.

Motor protection switch Q12 /


Q5023 of cooling pump 2 is
equipped with a normally closed
auxiliary contact that is connected
to digital input DI02.

If the drive is not equipped with


redundant pumps and protection
switch Q11 opens, Pump 1/2 trip is
activated.

If the drive is equipped with


redundant pumps and protection
switch of the running pump opens,
Pump 1 or Pump 2 alarm is

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activated and the cooling will


automatically switch to the
redundant pump. If the protection
switch of the second pump opens,
Pump 1/2 trip is activated.

The status of the digital inputs can


be read from P04.20 (DI1-
7StatusIOEC1)

The number of installed cooling


pumps is set with
P41.09 WtrCoolPumpSel:
1 = Cooling pump 1 is installed
2 = Cooling pump 2 is installed
3 = Redundant pumps 1 & 2 are
installed.

In case of redundant fans/pumps


P41.10 PumpAlarmReset is
visible. If it is set to ON, the alarm
is reset and the parameter goes
back to OFF.

This supervision cannot be


deactivated in the SW.

Ridethrough Line voltage ridethrough function is DC link voltage below undervoltage Check supply network quality. 9.13 B03
active. alarm level
Check parameter settings.
The line voltage and in
consequence the DC link voltage Supply voltage too low or
have dropped. The ridethrough

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function is triggered if the DC link interrrupted.


voltage is below the undervoltage
alarm level.

During ridethrough the drive


attemps to keep the DC link
voltage around 80% during the
ridethrough time. For this purpose,
energy from the rotating mass of
the motor and load is taken through
the inverter to compensate for
losses and maintain the DC link
voltage. The ride throug alarm is
active during this period.

If the DC link voltage recovers


within this period, the drive will
resume normal operation and the
alarm will be reset. If the DC link
voltage drops below 80% or if the
ridethrough time is exceeded the
drive will trip.

The ridethrough mode and


characteristic can be set with
P39.01 RideThroughEnable
P39.02 RideThroughTime
P39.03 RideThrghMinSpeed
(P39.03 for classic only)

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Sbp1Control Synchronous bypass: bypass Bypass circuit breaker 1 is closed Check the bypass circuit breaker control on 9.16 B04
circuit breaker 1 control alarm. and should be opened. customer side.

Connections: DI14-IOEC5, Wrong feedback signal. Check the wiring of the feedback signal.
terminals X13.7, X13.8.

The synchronous bypass functions


are set in parameter group 65.

The alarm will be activated if the


bypass circuit breaker did not
follow the command from customer
side. Bypass circuit breaker is
closed but should be opened due
to the stop motor from line
command. This signal will continue
for 60 seconds.

The motor stays on-line.

Sbp2Control Synchronous bypass: bypass bypass circuit breaker 2 is closed Check the bypass circuit breaker control on 9.16 B05
circuit breaker 2 control alarm. and should be opened. customer side.

Connections: DI06-IOEC6, Wrong feedback signal. Check the wiring of the feedback signal.
terminals X12.1, X12.2.

The synchronous bypass functions


are set in parameter group 65.

The alarm will be activated if the


bypass circuit breaker did not
follow the command from customer
side. Bypass circuit breaker is

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closed but should be opened due


to the stop motor from line
command. This signal will continue
for 60 seconds.

The motor stays on-line.

Sbp3Control Synchronous bypass: bypass bypass circuit breaker 3 is closed Check the bypass circuit breaker control on 9.16 B06
circuit breaker 3 control alarm. and should be opened. customer side.

Connections: DI09-IOEC6, Wrong feedback signal. Check the wiring of the feedback signal.
terminals X12.7, X12.8.

The synchronous bypass functions


are set in parameter group 65.

The alarm will be activated if the


bypass circuit breaker did not
follow the command from customer
side. Bypass circuit breaker is
closed but should be opened due
to the stop motor from line
command. This signal will continue
for 60 seconds.

The motor stays on-line.

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Sbp4Control Synchronous bypass: bypass bypass circuit breaker 4 is closed Check the bypass circuit breaker control on 9.16 B07
circuit breaker 4 control alarm. and should be opened. customer side.

Connections: DI12-IOEC6, Wrong feedback signal. Check the wiring of the feedback signal.
terminals X13.3, X13.4.

The synchronous bypass functions


are set in parameter group 65.

The alarm will be activated if the


bypass circuit breaker did not
follow the command from customer
side. Bypass circuit breaker is
closed but should be opened due
to the stop motor from line
command. This signal will continue
for 60 seconds.

The motor stays on-line.

SM1NotAvl Sync. Bypass: motor circuit breaker The alarm is active if: Check the circuit breaker. 9.16 B00
1 is not available.
Motor circuit breaker 1 is in non- Check wiring.
Connections to customer: DI12- operational position (faulty, drawn
IOEC5, terminals X13.3, X13.4. out, in local mode, etc.). Check parameter settings.

The status of the signals can be Wrong feedback signal.


read from
P64.02 (DI8-14StatusIOEC5). Wrong parameter setting.

Parameters for SM1NotAvl alarm is


set with
P65.01 ( SM1AvailableSig). The

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SM1AvailableSig can be defined as


active low or active high.

SM2NotAvl Sync. Bypass: motor circuit breaker The alarm is active if: Check the circuit breaker. 9.16 B01
2 is not available.
Motor circuit breaker 2 is in non- Check wiring.
Connections to customer: DI04- operational position (faulty, drawn
IOEC6, terminals X11.7, X11.8. out, in local mode, etc.). Check parameter settings.

The status of the signals can be Wrong feedback signal.


read from
P64.05 (DI1-7 StatusIOEC6). Wrong parameter setting.

Parameters for SM2NotAvl alarm is


set with
P65.02 ( SM2AvailableSig). The
SM2AvailableSig can be defined as
active low or active high.

SM3NotAvl Sync. Bypass: motor circuit breaker The alarm is active if: Check the circuit breaker. 9.16 B02
3 is not available.
Motor circuit breaker 3 is in non- Check wiring.
Connections to customer: DI07- operational position (faulty, drawn
IOEC6, terminals X12.3, X12.4. out, in local mode, etc.). Check parameter settings.

The status of the signals can be Wrong feedback signal.


read from
P64.05 (DI1-7 StatusIOEC6). Wrong parameter setting.

Parameters for SM1NotAvl alarm is


set with
P65.03 ( SM3AvailableSig). The
SM3AvailableSig can be defined as

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active low or active high.

SM4NotAvl Sync. Bypass: motor circuit breaker The alarm is active if: Check the circuit breaker. 9.16 B03
4 is not available.
Motor circuit breaker 4 is in non- Check wiring.
Connections to customer: DI10- operational position (faulty, drawn
IOEC6, terminals X12.9, X12.10. out, in local mode, etc.). Check parameter settings.

The status of the signals can be Wrong feedback signal.


read from
P64.06 (DI8-14StatusIOEC6). Wrong parameter setting.

Parameters for SM1NotAvl alarm is


set with
P65.04 ( SM4AvailableSig). The
SM4AvailableSig can be defined as
active low or active high.

Synchrotact Synchronized bypass: alarm Synchrotact is disturbed. Check Syncrotact fault display. 9.16 B10
because synchrotact is in fault
state. Connections to Synchrotact Check wiring to Synchrotact.
disturbed or wrong.
Connections: DI01-IOEC5, Refer to Synchrotact documentation for
Terminals X11:1, X11:2. further instructions on fault finding.

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TachoMeas Speed measurement Defective NTAC speed encoder. Check fiber optic cables from AMC ch5 to 9.15 B05
communication failure. NTAC module.
Fiber optic connection from driver
Related parameters: to AMC ch5 is disconnected. Check power supply of NTAC module and
Group 50 SPEED correct jumper.
MEASUREMENT
P75.03 EncoderModule

TrafoTmp1 Transformer temperature 1 too Transformer is overloaded. -Check load and cooling of the transformer. 9.18 B07
high (ACS 1000i).
Cooling is not working correctly. Check wiring and parameter settings.
Affected connection: AI03-IOEC1
(X31.4, X32.4). Measurement is inaccurate. Check the scaling and the IOEC1 DIP-switch
setting.
Parameter P36.02
TrafoTmpProtectAI. Re-calibrate the measurement system.

The transformer temperature can


be monitored with P04.07
(TrafoTemp1).

Transformer temperature 1 limits


are set with:
P36.08 TrafoTmpAlarmLev1
P36.09 TrafoTmpTrpLev1

Scaling of analog inputs used for


output transformer temperature
measurement is set with

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parameters:
P190.20 - P190.24

TrafoTmp2 Transformer temperature 2 too Transformer is overloaded. -Check load and cooling of the transformer. 9.18 B08
high
Cooling is not working correctly. Check wiring and parameter settings.
Affected customer connection:
AI04-IOEC1 (X31.5, X32.5) Measurement is inaccurate. Check the scaling and the IOEC1 DIP-switch
setting.
Parameter P36.02
TrafoTmpProtectAI Re-calibrate the measurement system.

TrafoTmp2 measurement is
activated only if P36.07 (
TrafoTmpSelect) is set to 2 or 3.

The transformer temperature can


be monitored with P04.08
(TrafoTemp2).

Transformer temperature 2 limits


are set with:
P36.10 TrafoTmpAlarmLev1
P36.11 TrafoTmpTrpLev1

Scaling of analog inputs used for


output transformer temperature
measurement is set with
parameters:
P190.25 - P190.29

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TrOilLevel Transformer: oil level too low Transformer oil level is below alarm Check transformer oil level. 9.12 B01
level.
Affected customer connection: Check wiring.
DI01-IOEC3 (X11.1, X11.2) Wrong feedback signal.
(IOEC3 has to be activated by Check parameter settings.
setting P75.01 toYES). Wrong parameter setting.

TrOilLevel measurement is
activated only if P36.06 (
TrafoOilLevProtec) is set to 1.

The status of the signal can be


read from
P80.09 (DI1-7 StatusIOEC3)

The alarm will be activated if DI01-


IOEC3 is 0 (P82.01 DI1 Invert IO3
is set to 1).

TrTmpExt/3 Transformer temperature external Transformer temperature exceeds Check the true temperature. 9.12 B00
high alarm (ACS1000i: 3rd alarm level.
winding). Check parameter settings.
'Overload of the input transformer.
Affected customer connection: Check the scaling and the IOEC3 DIP-switch
AI01-IOEC3 (X31.2, X32.2) (IOEC3 setting.
has to be activated by setting
P75.01 toYES). Refer to load documentation for further
instructions on fault finding.
Reaction to overtemperature can
be set to NONE, ALARM or SOFT
STOP with P36.02
TrafoTmpProtectAI. For an alarm it
has to be set to 2.

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ACS1000i only: TrafoTmp3


measurement is activated only if
P36.07 ( TrafoTmpSelect) is set to
3.

TrTmpExt/3 alarm is activated only


if P81.26 (AI1SelIO3) is set to 1.

Actual transformer temperature can


be read from P80.05 AI1 IOEC3.

Transformer temperature alarm


and trip levels:
P36.03 TrafoTmpAlmLExt/3
P36.04 TrafoTmpTrpLExt/3

Scaling of analog inputs used for


load bearing temperature
measurement is set with
parameters:
P81.02 AI1 HIGH VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.03 AI1 LOW VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.04 AI1 Minimum IO3
P81.05 AI1 Filter IO3
P81.06 AI1 Invert IO3
P81.07 AI1 Offset IO3

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Underload Motor underload alarm is activated. Motor underload alarm according Check load conditions. 9.11 B00
to selected load curve.
The protection is activated if the Wrong parameter. Check parameter settings.
motor torque drops below the
selected load curve. Motor load too small.

Reaction to underload can be set


with parameters:
P30.16 - P30.18

Alarm: AW1 (P09.11) Bit 00


Underload
Fault: FW1 (P09.01) Bit 13
Underload

Undervoltage Positive or negative DC link voltage Mains supply low. Check if mains supply voltage is within limits. FC1 FC1 9.13 B01
drops below alarm level

The status of the DC voltages can Internal parameter settings. Check for other related faults.
be read from
P02.02 to P02.09. Defective circuit board (ADCVI or
INT). Check DC voltage.

Communication between ADCVI


and INT disturbed.

Temporary control instability.

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WrongSyncPar Synchronous bypass: wrong Invalid motor selection via digital Check the bypass control on customer side. 9.16 B09
synchronization parameters alarm. inputs.
Check wiring.
Connections: -X03:3 - 10. Changing motor selection signals
are changed when motor is
The synchronous bypass functions running.
are set in parameter group 65.
Wrong syncronization mode
selection via digital inputs.

WtrConduct Cooling water conductivity is above The pump (s) have not been Start pump and let run for several hours. 9.13 B08
the alarm level (only if MCB running for some time.
closed). Check filter Z2. Refer to water cooling
Filter Z2 clogged. documentation for further instructions.
The water circulates between
water cooled components with Ion exchange resin exhausted. Exchange deionizing bottle, Refer to water
different electrical potential, to cooling documentation for further instructions.
prevent electrolysis currents which Defective conductivity probe or
would damage the pipe work. The wiring. Check conductivity probe.
allowed conductivity of the water is
limited.

Water conductivity is received as


4...20 mA signal from conductivity
sensor B12 via X2.6, X2.7 to
analog input IOEC1 /AI04.

Connections: AI04-IOEC1,
terminals X31.5, X32.5.

Water conductivity alarm and trip

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levels :
P190.09
P190.10

The actual water conductivity can


be monitored with P04.04
InvWtrConductivity.

This supervision cannot be


deactivated in the SW.

WtrLeakage Leakage alarm in water cooling Leak in cooling system. Check for water leakage. 9.17 B10
system.
Loose or disconnected wire(s). Check sensors and wiring.
Connections: DI04-IOEC4,
terminals X31.5, X32.5. Defective sensor

WtrLeakage alarm can be inverted


by P87.02 (DI4 Invert IO4).

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WtrPres1Hi Water Cooling output pressure high Output pressure is too high. Check cooling circuit (supply frequency, pump 9.13 B09
alarm. type).
Wrong parameter setting.
Connections: AI03-IOEC1, Check wiring and parameter settings.
terminals: X31:4, X32:4 Wrong supply frequency (50/60 Hz)
or wrong pump. Check the scaling and the IOEC1 DIP-switch
The output water pressure can be setting.
monitored with P04.03
(InvWtrCoolPress1).

Output water pressure limits are


set with:
P190.45 WtrPres1AlmLevHi
P190.46 WtrPres1TrpLevHi

Scaling of analog inputs used for


output water pressure
measurement is set with
parameters:
P190.20 - P190.24

WtrPres2Hi Water Cooling input pressure high Input pressure is too high. Check cooling circuit, too much water, 9.15 B14
alarm (only with pressurized temperature very high.
cooling system). Wrong parameter setting.
Check wiring and parameter settings.
A pressurized cooling system is
selected with P190.44 ( Check the scaling and the IOEC3 DIP-switch
WtrCoolSysClosed) set to 1. setting.

The input water pressure can be


monitored with P80.19.

Input water pressure limits are set

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with:
P190.50 WtrPres2AlmLevHi
P190.51 WtrPres2TrpLevHi

Scaling of analog inputs used for


input water pressure measurement
is set with parameters:
P81.20 AI4 HIGH VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.21 AI4 LOW VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.22 AI4 Minimum IO3
P81.23 AI4 Filter IO3
P81.24 AI4 Invert IO3
P81.25 AI4 Offset IO3

WtrPres2Lo Water Cooling input pressure high Input pressure is too low. Check cooling circuit for leaks, add water, 9.14 B14
alarm (only with pressurized
cooling system). Wrong parameter setting. Check wiring and parameter settings.

A pressurized cooling system is Check the scaling and the IOEC3 DIP-switch
selected with P190.44 setting.
(WtrCoolSysClosed) set to 1.

The input water pressure can be


monitored with P80.19.

Input water pressure limits are set


with:
P190.52 WtrPres2AlmLevLo
P190.53 WtrPres2TrpLevLo

Scaling of analog inputs used for


input water pressure measurement
is set with parameters:

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P81.20 AI4 HIGH VALUE (IOEC3)


P81.21 AI4 LOW VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.22 AI4 Minimum IO3
P81.23 AI4 Filter IO3
P81.24 AI4 Invert IO3
P81.25 AI4 Offset IO3

WtrPresDifHi Water Cooling pressure difference Differential pressure is too high. Check cooling circuit (supply frequency, pump 9.13 B14
high alarm. type).
Wrong parameter setting.
In an open cooling system the Check wiring and parameter settings.
pressure difference is equal to the Wrong supply frequency (50/60 Hz)
output pressure. If parameter or wrong pump. Check the scaling and the IOEC1 DIP-switch
199.44 is set to NO the input setting.
pressure is zero.

Connections:
AI03-IOEC1 , terminals X31.4,
X32.4
AI04-IOEC3 , terminals X31.5,
X32.5 (only with closed cooling
system, IOEC3 has to be activated
by setting P75.01 toYES).

The input water pressure can be


monitored with P80.08 (AI4
IOEC3).

The output water pressure can be


monitored with P04.03
(InvWtrCoolPress1).

An open cooling system is selected

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with P190.44 ( WtrCoolSysClosed)


set to 0.

Differential water pressure high


limits are set with:
P41.37 WtrPresDifAlmHi

Scaling of analog inputs used for


input water pressure measurement
is set with parameters:
P81.20 AI4 HIGH VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.21 AI4 LOW VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.22 AI4 Minimum IO3
P81.23 AI4 Filter IO3
P81.24 AI4 Invert IO3
P81.25 AI4 Offset IO3

Scaling of analog inputs used for


output water pressure
measurement is set with
parameters:
P190.20 - P190.24

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WtrPresDifLo Water Cooling pressure difference Wrong valve positions. Check cooling circuit according to flow 9.13 B07
low alarm. diagram (valve positions, supply frequency,
System not deaerated. pump type).
In an open cooling system the
pressure difference is equal to the Strainer Z1 clogged (with external Deaerate system.
output pressure. If parameter heat exchanger only).
199.44 is set to NO the input Clean filter.
pressure is zero. Wrong supply frequency (50/60 Hz)
or wrong pump. Check wiring and parameter settings.
Connections:
AI03-IOEC1 , terminals X31.4, Disturbed supply. Check the scaling and the IOEC DIP-switch
X32.4 settings.
AI04-IOEC3 , terminals X31.5, Defective pump.
X32.5 (only with pressurized
cooling system, IOEC3 has to be Wrong parameter setting.
activated by setting P75.01 toYES).

The input water pressure can be


monitored with P80.08 (AI4
IOEC3).

The output water pressure can be


monitored with P04.03
(InvWtrCoolPress1).

An open cooling system is selected


with P190.44 (WtrCoolSysClosed)
set to 0.

Differential water pressure low


limits are set with:
P41.38 WtrPresDifAlmLo
P41.39 WtrPresDifTrpLo

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Scaling of analog inputs used for


input water pressure measurement
is set with parameters:
P81.20 AI4 HIGH VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.21 AI4 LOW VALUE (IOEC3)
P81.22 AI4 Minimum IO3
P81.23 AI4 Filter IO3
P81.24 AI4 Invert IO3
P81.25 AI4 Offset IO3

Scaling of analog inputs used for


output water pressure
measurement is set with
parameters:
P190.20 - P190.24

WtrTempHigh Water Cooling temperature high Raw water flow disturbed (e.g. - Check external cooling system. 9.13 B06
alarm. strainer Z1 clogged).
Check strainer -Z1.
Connection: AI02-IOEC1, terminals Raw water or external cooling air
X31.3, X32.3. temperature high. Check the real temperature in the cooling
system.
Cooling water temperature is External cooling system disturbed.
received as 4...20 mA signal via Check the water valve -B14 and wiring.
analog input AI02-IOEC1. Cooling water temperature is
above trip level. Check DO04-IOEC3 (opening command)
Water temperature alarm and trip
levels : Wrong parameter setting. Check cooling circuit.
P190.06 InvWtrTmpAlmLevel
P190.07 InvWtrTmpTripLev Faulty wiring. Check wiring and parameter settings.

The actual water temperature can Check the scaling and the IOEC DIP-switch

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be monitored with P04.02 settings.


InvWtrCoolTemp.

This supervision cannot be


deactivated in the SW.

WtrTempRef Water Cooling: water temperature Water valve -B14 disturbed Check the water valve -B14 and wiring. 9.17 B09
>5K below reference value.
Wrong parameter setting. Check DO03-IOEC3 (closing command)
Connection:
Water temperature: AI02-IOEC1, Faulty wiring. Check wiring and parameter settings.
terminals X31.3, X32.3
Water valve control: DO03-IOEC3, Check the scaling and the IOEC DIP-switch
DO04-IOEC3 settings.

Cooling water temperature is


received as 4...20 mA signal via
analog input AI02-IOEC1.

Water temperature reference


values:
P190.13 RefWtrTemperature

The actual water temperature can


be monitored with P04.02
InvWtrCoolTemp.

This supervision cannot be


deactivated in the SW.

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