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PowerFlex 7000 Medium Voltage AC Drive - Air-Cooled (A frame) – Fourth Generation (ForGe) Control Bu

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PowerFlex® 7000 Medium Voltage AC DriveAir-Cooled (‘A’ Frame) – Fourth Generation (ForGe) ControlBulletin 7000AReference Manual Solid-state equipment has operational characteristics diff ering from those of electro-mechanical equipment. Safety Guidelines for the Application, Installation and Maintenance of Solid-State Controls (Publication SGI-1.1 available from your local Rockwell Automation sales offi ce or online at http://literature.rockwellautomation.com describes some important diff erences between solid-state equipment and hard-wired electromechanical devices. Because of this diff erence, and also because of the wide variety of uses for solid-state equipment, all persons responsible for applying this equipment must satisfy themselves that each intended application of this equipment is acceptable. In no event will Rockwell Automation, Inc. be responsible or liable for any indirect or consequential damages resulting from the use or application of this equipment. Th e examples and diagrams in this manual are included solely for illustrative purposes. Because of the many variables and requirements associated with any particular installation, Rockwell Automation, Inc. cannot assume responsibility or liability for actual use, based on the examples and diagrams. No patent liability is assumed by Rockwell Automation, Inc. with respect to use of information, circuits, equipment, or soft ware described in this manual. Reproduction of the contents of this manual, in whole or in part, without written permission of Rockwell Automation, Inc. is prohibited. Th roughout this manual, when necessary we use notes to make you aware of safety considerations. Identifi es information about practices or circumstances that can cause an explosion in a hazardous environment, which may lead to personal injury or death, property damage, or economic loss. Identifi es information that is critical for successful application and under-standing of the product. Identifi es information about practices or circumstances that can lead to personal injury or death, property damage, or economic loss. Attentions help you identify a hazard, avoid a hazard, and recognize the consequences. Labels may be on or inside the equipment (for example, drive or motor) to alert people that dangerous voltage may be present. Labels may be on or inside the equipment (for example, drive or motor) to alert people that surfaces may reach dangerous temperatures. PowerFlex is a registered trademark of Rockwell Automation, Inc.Important User InformationW A R N I N GW A R N I N GI M P O R T A N TI M P O R T A N TA T T E N T I O NA T T E N T I O NS H O C K H A Z A R DS H O C K H A Z A R DB U R N H A Z A R DB U R N H A Z A R DTable of Contents 7000 “A” Frame 7000A-RM001A-EN-P – January 2011 Preface Overview Who should use this Manual ....................................................P-1 What is not in this Manual .......................................................P-1 Manual Conventions ................................................................P-2 General Precautions .................................................................P-3 Who to call for Commissioning ...............................................P-3 Chapter 1 Overview of Drive Introduction ..............................................................................1-1 Drive Configurations ...............................................................1-2 Topology ..................................................................................1-3 Rectifier Designs Active Front End (AFE) Rectifier ....................................1-4 “Direct-to-Drive” Technology ................................................ 1-5 Motor Compatibility ................................................................1-6 SGCT Features and Benefits ...................................................1-7 Simplified Electrical Drawings 2400 volt with AFE Rectifier ...........................................1-8 3300/4160 volt with AFE Rectifier ...................................1-9 6600 volt with AFE Rectifier ..........................................1-10 Control Overview ..................................................................1-11 Direct Vector Control ............................................................1-11 Control Hardware ..................................................................1-12 Operator Interface ..................................................................1-13 Chapter 2 Drive Installation Safety and Codes .....................................................................2-1 Unpacking and Inspection .......................................................2-1 Transportation and Handling ...................................................2-2 Overhead Lifting ...............................................................2-3 Rod or Pipe Rollers ...........................................................2-4 Fork Lift Trucks ................................................................2-4 Storage ...............................................................................2-5 Siting of the Drive ...................................................................2-5 Site Considerations ............................................................2-5 Generator Note ........................................................................ 2-6 Installation ...............................................................................2-7 Shock Indication Labels ....................................................2-7 Installation of Exhaust Air Hood ......................................2-8 Installation of Integral Transformer Cooling Fan ...........2-12 Neutral Resistor Assembly ............................................. 2-13 Installation of Neutral Resistor Assembly ...................... 2-14 External Ducting ....................................................................2-15 Cabinet Layout and Dimensional Drawings of Drive ............2-16 PowerFlex 7000 “A” Frame Dimensional Drawing ..............2-17 Drive Layout ..........................................................................2-18 Config. #1 – Direct-to-Drive AFE Rectifier ..................2-18 Config. #2 – AFE Rectifier (Separate Isol. Transformer ...2-19 Config. #3 – AFE Rectifier (Integral Isol. Transformer .....2-20  ii Table of Contents 7000A-RM001A-EN-P – January 2011 7000 “A” Frame Cabling Cabinet #1 (with Input Starters) ...............................2-21 Cabling Cabinet #1 (without Input Starters) ......................... 2-22 Cabling Cabinet #2 ................................................................2-23 Cabling Cabinet #3 ................................................................2-24 Converter Cabinet ..................................................................2-25 Control/DC Link/Fan Cabinet ...............................................2-26 Low Voltage Control Tub ......................................................2-27 IEC Component and Device Designations ............................2-29 Power Wiring Selection .........................................................2-29 Cable Insulation ..............................................................2-30 Wire Group Numbers ......................................................2-31 Power Cabling Access ...........................................................2-32 To access the customer power cable terminations ..........2-32 Power Connections ................................................................2-33 Line/Motor Terminations ................................................2-33 Power Cabling Installation Requirements .......................2-33 Dimension Views: Cabling Cabinet for Config. #1 with Input Starter .........2-34 Cabling Cabinet for Config. #1 without Input Starter .....2-35 Cabling Cabinet for Config. #2 ...................................... 2-36 Cabling Cabinet for Config. #3 ...................................... 2-37 Power and Control Wiring .....................................................2-38 Control Cables ................................................................ 2-38 Encoder Installation Guidelines ..................................... 2-38 Grounding Practices ...............................................................2-41 Grounding Guidelines and Practices for Drive Signal and Safety Grounds ...................................................2-43 Grounding Requirements and Specifications for Customer and Power Integrators ..............................2-43 Identification of Types of Electrical Supplies – Grounded and Ungrounded Systems .....................2-44 Ground Bus .....................................................................2-44 Interlocking ............................................................................2-44 Chapter 3 Operator Interface Chapter Objectives ...................................................................3-1 Terminology ............................................................................3-1 Overview .................................................................................3-3 Keypad ..............................................................................3-3 Function (Softkeys) Keys ...........................................3-3 Cursor (Selection) Keys ..............................................3-4 Data Entry Keys ..........................................................3-4 Chapter 2 Drive Installation (cont.)  Table of Contents iii 7000 “A” Frame 7000A-RM001A-EN-P – January 2011 What is a Screen? ..............................................................3-5 Components ................................................................3-5 Information Windows .................................................3-6 Accessing/Writing to Drive ..................................3-7 Communication Error ...........................................3-7 Language Changing .............................................3-8 General Operation .......................................................3-8 Operator Interface Power-up Sequence .............................3-9 Top Level Menu ..............................................................3-11 How to: Obtain Help .....................................................................3-12 Related Topics ..........................................................3-12 Help On Help ............................................................3-13 Modify Operator Interface Operation (Utility) ...............3-14 Changing Backlight Delay ........................................3-14 Changing Contrast ....................................................3-15 Setting Time .............................................................3-16 Setting Date ..............................................................3-17 Selecting Meters .......................................................3-17 Viewing Revision Levels ..........................................3-20 Transfer Data in Memory .........................................3-21 Picking an Access Level ...........................................3-21 Select a Parameter............................................................3-22 Via Groups ................................................................3-22 Via Name ..................................................................3-23 Via Code ...................................................................3-24 Edit Text ..........................................................................3-26 Configure the Drive .........................................................3-28 Enter/Modify an Access Level .................................3-28 Drive Set-up ..............................................................3-32 Language Selection ............................................3-33 Modify Parameters .............................................3-34 Numerical Value ................................................3-34 Enumerated Value ..............................................3-36 Bit Encoded Value .............................................3-37 Analog Ports .......................................................3-38 Fault Masks ........................................................3-39 User Definable External Text .............................3-42 PLC ....................................................................3-43 XIO .....................................................................3-45 Message Prompting ..................................................3-45 Store/Retrieve Configuration (NVRAM) .................3-46 Initialize .............................................................3-46 Save ....................................................................3-47 Load ...................................................................3-47 Display Parameters ..........................................................3-48 Custom Group ...........................................................3-50 Chapter 3 Operator Interface (cont.)

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