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KET-3000W1 AC Drive User Manual

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Preface

Thank you for using this Sensorless Vector Control Variable Speed Drive. This KET-3000W1 achieves high performance by using a unique control method to achieve high torque, high accuracy and super silent motor control.

The KET-3000W1 is an innovative product with process PI, simple PLC, wobble operation, 16-step speed operation, flexible input and output terminals, multiple frequency reference sources. Its anti-tripping function and capabilities of adapting to unstable mains power, high ambient temperature, humidity and dusty environment improves the product’s reliability noticeably.

This manual provides information on installation, wiring, parameter setting, troubleshooting, and daily maintenance for the KET-3000W1. Before using the drive, a thorough understanding of this manual is recommended for daily maintenance, troubleshooting and inspection. Please keep this manual in a secure and convenient place for any future reference.

The contents in this document are subject to change without notice.

Content

Chapter 1

Unpacking & Inspection

1

1.1 Items to Check

1

1.2 Nameplate

1

1.3 Model Definition Rules

2

Chapter 2

Safety Precautions

3

2.1 Safety

3

2.2 Notes for Installation

3

2.3 Notes for Operation

4

2.3.1 About Motor and Load

4

 

2.3.2 About

KET-3000W1

5

2.4 Disposal

6

Chapter 3

Installation and Wiring

7

3.1 External Dimensions and Mounting Dimensions

7

3.2 Product Description

7

3.2.1 KET-3000W1 Specification

7

3.2.2 Ratings

7

3.2.3 Parts of Inverter

8

3.3 Installation Environment

9

3.3.1 Installation Environment Requirement

9

3.3.2 Ambient Temperature

9

3.3.3 Precautionary Measure

9

3.4 Installation Direction & Space

9

3.5 Wiring

10

3.5.1

Wiring Requirement

10

3.5.2

Main Circuit Wiring

13

3.5.3

Main Circuit Terminals Layout and Description

14

3.5.4

Main Circuit Connection

15

3.5.5

Control Terminal Connection

19

Chapter 4

Operating Instructions

29

4.1 Descriptions

29

4.1.1 KET-3000W1 Run Command Source

29

4.1.2 KET-3000W1 Frequency Reference Source

30

4.1.3 KET-3000W1 Running Status

31

4.1.4 KET-3000W1 Operation mode

31

4.2 Operating Instructions

31

4.2.1 Using Keypad

31

4.2.2 Display of the Keypad

33

4.2.3 Keypad Operation

35

4.3 Start

37

4.3.1

Checking Before Start

37

4.3.2

Start -up the KET-3000W1 for the first time

37

Chapter 5

Parameter Introduction

38

5.1 Protection of Parameters (P0 Group)

39

5.2 Basic operating parameters (P1 Group)

39

5.3 Frequency reference parameters (P2 Group)

44

5.4 Motor Parameters (P3 Group)

48

5.5 Vector control parameters (P4 Group)

51

5.6 V/F control parameters (P5 Group)

53

5.7 START and STOP parameters (P6 Group)

57

5.8 Acceleration and Deceleration parameters (P7 Group)

61

5.9 PLC Operating parameters (P8 Group)

63

5.10 Closed-loop control parameters (P9 Group)

68

5.11 Wobble operating parameters (PA Group)

71

5.12 Function of I/O Terminals (Pb Group)

73

5.13 Display (PC Group)

86

5.14 Enhanced Function parameters (Pd Group)

88

5.15 Communication Parameters (PE Group)

94

5.16 Protective Parameters (PF Group)

94

5.17 Manufacturer Parameters

98

Chapter

6

Troubleshooting

99

Chapter

7

Maintenance

103

7.1 Daily Maintenance

104

7.2 Periodical Maintenance

104

7.3 Replacing Wearing Parts

105

7.4 Storage

106

Chapter 8

Accessories Selection

107

8.1 Braking Accessories

107

8.1.1 Braking Unit Model No

107

8.1.2 Selection Criteria of Braking Unit and Braking Unit Resistor

107

8.1.3 Dimension of Braking Units

109

8.1.4 Wiring of External Braking Unit and Function Description

110

8.2 AC / DC Reactor

110

8.2.1 AC Input Reactor

110

8.2.2 AC Output Reactor

110

8.2.3 DC Reactor

110

8.3 Host Computer Software

111

8.4 Connecting

Cable of Keypad

111

8.5 Pedestal of

Keypad

111

Appendix 1

KET-3000W1 Technical

Specification

112

Appendix 2

External Dimensions &

Mounting Dimensions

114

Appendix 3

Efficiency…………………………………………………………………………. 118

Appendix

3

Parameters

118

Appendix

4

Communication Protocol

153

Chapter 1

Unpacking& Inspection

Chapter 1

Unpacking Inspection

1.1 Items to Check

Please check the following items upon delivery:

Item

 

Method

 

Check whether the Model No. of the KET-3000W1 you’ve received is the same to that on your purchasing order

Please

refer

to

the

nameplate

of

the

KET-3000W1

 

Check whether there is any damage to the machine

Take a look at the overall appearance and check whether there is any damage

Check whether any screws or fastening parts have got loose

Check

with

the

screw

driver

when

necessary

 

Check the manual, certificate and other spare parts

Manual and relative spare parts

 

1.2 Nameplate

The nameplate is located on the right hand side of the body. A barcode under the keypad also contains information of the KET-3000W1, as shown in Fig. 1-2.

keypad also contains information of the KET-3000W1, as shown in Fig. 1-2. Fig. 1-1 Sketch of

Fig. 1-1 Sketch of barcode

keypad also contains information of the KET-3000W1, as shown in Fig. 1-2. Fig. 1-1 Sketch of

Fig. 1-2 Nameplate

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1.3 Model Definition Rules

Item

 

Power

Phase

Voltage

Suffix

   

0.2KW

0R2

     

0.4KW

0R4

0.75KW

0R7

1.5KW

1R5

2.2KW

2R2

3.7KW

3R7

5.5KW

5R5

7.5KW

7R5

11KW

011

15KW

015

18.5KW

22KW

018

022

S

None:

Vector Control General Purpose

30KW

030

Single

2

standard

37KW

45KW

037

045

phase

220V

KET-3000W1

55KW

055

T

4

AZ:

75KW

075

Three

400V

90KW

090

phase

customized

110KW

110

132KW

132

160KW

160

200KW

200

220KW

220

250KW

250

280KW

280

315KW

315

355KW

355

400KW

400

E.g.: 7.5KW model

 
 

7R5

T

4

 
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Chapter 2

Safety.Precautions

Chapter 2

Safety Precautions

2.1 Safety

In this manual, notes for safe operation are classified as "Dangerous" and "Note".

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not attended, could possibly result in serious humanare classified as "Dangerous" and "Note". injury or even death. Indicates a potentially hazardous

injury or even death.

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not attended, may result in moderate or minor injury andcould possibly result in serious human injury or even death. damage to the KET-3000W1. 2.2 Notes

damage to the KET-3000W1.

2.2 Notes for Installation

 Please install the KET-3000W1 on fire-retardant materials.  Keep the KET-3000W1 away from combustible

Please install the KET-3000W1 on fire-retardant materials.

Keep the KET-3000W1 away from combustible materials.

Keep the KET-3000W1 away from explosive gas.

Only qualified personnel shall be permitted to perform wiring.

Never wire the KET-3000W1 unless the input AC supply is totally disconnected.

The KET-3000W1 must be properly earthed to reduce electrical accident.

Install the cover before switching on the KET-3000W1 to reduce the danger of electric shock and explosion.

For the KET-3000W1 that has been stored for longer than 2 years, please increase its input voltage gradually before supplying full rated input voltage to it, in order to avoid electric shock and explosion.

Don't touch live control terminals with bare hands.

Don't operate the KET-3000W1 with wet hands.

Perform maintenance job after confirming that the charging indicator is off or the DC Bus voltage is below 36.

Only trained professionals shall be permitted to change the components. It is prohibited to leave wires or metal parts inside the KET-3000W1 so as to avoid the risk of fire.

Parameter settings of the control board that has been changed must be revised, otherwise accidents may occur.

The bare portions of the power cables must be bound with insulation tapes.

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 Don't carry the KET-3000W1 by its cover. The cover cannot support the weight of

Don't carry the KET-3000W1 by its cover. The cover cannot support the weight of the KET-3000W1 and may drop.

Please install the KET-3000W1 on a strong support, failing which the KET-3000W1 may fall off.

Don't install the KET-3000W1 in places where water pipes may leak onto it.

Don't allow screws, washers and other metal foreign matters to fall inside the KET-3000W1, otherwise there is a danger of fire or damage.

Don't operate the KET-3000W1 if it is incomplete, otherwise there is a danger of a fire or human injury.

Don't install the KET-3000W1 under direct sunshine, otherwise it may be damaged.

Don't short circuit P1/PB and terminal (-), otherwise there is a danger of fire or the KET-3000W1 may be damaged.

Cable lugs must be connected to main terminals firmly.

Don't apply supply voltage to control terminals,which is above the permitted voltage.

2.3 Notes for Operation

Please pay attention to the following issues when using the KET-3000W1.

2.3.1 About Motor and Load

In comparison to operation through direct Mains Supply:

This series KET-3000W1 are voltage type KET-3000W1. The output voltage is in PWM wave with some harmonics. Therefore, temperature rise, noise and oscillation of motor are a little higher.

Low Speed Operation:

If the KET-3000W1 is used to drive a common motor at low speed for a long time, the heat dissipation effect of the motor will be deteriroted. So it is recommended to adopt a special inverter duty motor if long time operation at low speed with constant torque is required.

Motor’s Over-Load Protecting Threshold:

The KET-3000W1 can protect the motor from over-load. If the rating of the motor is not in compliance with that of the KET-3000W1, be sure to adjust the protective threshold to ensure the motor is properly protected.

Operating above Motor Rated Frequency:

When the motor runs above its rated frequency, vibration and noise will increase. Please make sure the motor bearings and mechanical drive satisfy the operating requirement, and that the motor can still provide sufficient torque to the load.

Lubrication of Mechanical Drive:

Over time, the lubricants in mechanical devices, such as gear box, geared motor, etc. when running at low speed,

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will deteriorate. Frequent maintenance is recommended.

The Mechanical Resonance Point of Load:

The KET-3000W1 system may encounter mechanical resonance with the load when operating within certain band of output frequency. Set the skip frequencies through P2.31 ~ P2.36 to avoid it.

Insulation of Motor:

Before using the KET-3000W1, the insulation of the motor must be checked, especially, if it is used for the first time or if it has been stored for a long time. This is to reduce the risk of the KET-3000W1 from being damaged by the poor insulation of the motor. Wiring diagram is shown as follows. Please use 500V insulation tester to measure the insulating resistance. It should not be less than 5MΩ.

Frequent On-off:

The KET-3000W1 should be started and stopped via its control terminals. It is prohibited to start and stop the KET-3000W1 directly through input line contactors, which may damage the KET-3000W1 with frequent operations.

Regenerative Energy to KET-3000W1:

Negative torque always appears in the machine in the situation when motor feeds back energy to the KET-3000W1,e.g.potential load or sharp deceleration. The KET-3000W1 is prone to trip due to over-current or over-voltage fault. Therefore, a braking unit with proper parameters settings is required

2.3.2 About KET-3000W1

Capacitors or Varistors Used to Improve the Power Factor Don't connect any varistor or capacitor to the output terminals of the KET-3000W1, because the KET-3000W1 output voltage waveform is pulse wave, otherwise tripping or damaging of components may occur. Please see Fig. 2-1 below.

damaging of components may occur. Please see Fig. 2-1 below. Fig. 2-1 Capacitors are prohibited at

Fig. 2-1 Capacitors are prohibited at the output side of the KET-3000W1

Contactors or Circuit Breakers Connected to the Output of the KET-3000W1

If circuit breaker or contactor needs to be connected between the KET-3000W1 and the motor, be sure to operate these circuit breakers or contactor when the KET-3000W1 has no output, so as to avoid any damage to the

KET-3000W1.

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Using Beyond the Range of Rated Voltage The KET-3000W1 is prohibited to be used beyond the specified range of operation voltage. If needed, please use suitable voltage control device.

Change From 3-phase to Single-phase It is not recommended to change the KET-3000W1 from 3-phase input to 1-phase input. If it is necessary, the phase-loss protection function should be disabled firstly. The KET-3000W1 must be derated for this operation. The input phases must be at phase R and phase T, or else the KET-3000W1 will not work. After the 3-phase input is changed into 1-phase input, bus-voltage and current ripple may increase, which not only influences the life of electrolytic capacitor but it also deteriorates the performance of the KET-3000W1.The KET-3000W1 operating current should be derated.

Protection Against Lightning Strike There are transient surge suppressors inside the KET-3000W1, which protects it against lighting strike.

Derating Due to Altitude Derating must be considered when the KET-3000W1 is installed at high altitude, greater than 1000m. This is because the cooling effect of the KET-3000W1 is deteriorated due to the thin air, as shown in Fig. 2-2 that indicates the relationship between the elevation and rated current of the KET-3000W1.

between the elevation and rated current of the KET-3000W1. Fig. 2-2 Derating the KET-3000W1’s output current

Fig. 2-2 Derating the KET-3000W1’s output current with altitude

2.4

Disposal

When disposing the KET-3000W1, please pay attention to the following factors:

The capacitors may explode if they are burnt. Poisonous gas may be generated when the plastic parts like front covers are burnt. Disposing method: Please dispose of unwanted KET-3000W1 as industrial waste.

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Installation and Wiring

Chapter 3

Installation and Wiring

3.1 External Dimensions and Mounting Dimensions (Please refer to Appendix 2)

3.2 Product Description

3.2.1 KET-3000W1 Specification (Please refer to Appendix 1)

3.2.2 Ratings (Please see Table 3-1.)

Table 3-1

KET-3000W1 Ratings

KET-3000W1

Rated

Rated Input

Rated

Adaptable

Rated

Model

Capacity

Current (A)

Output

Motor

Input

KVA

Current (A)

Power (KW)

Voltage(V)

0R2S2

0.6

4.3

1.7

0.25

 

0R4S2

1.0

5.8

2.5

0.4

0R7S2

1.5

10.5

4.0

0.75

220~240

1R5S2

2.8

18.5

7.5

1.5

2R2S2

3.8

24.1

10.0

2.2

0R4T4

1.0

1.8

1.4

0.4

 

0R7T4

1.5

3.4

2.3

0.75

1R5T4

2.5

5.2

3.8

1.5

2R2T4

3.4

7.3

5.1

2.2

3R7T4

5.9

11.9

9.0

3.7

5R5T4

8.5

15

13

5.5

7R5T4

11

19

17

7.5

011T4

16

28

25

11

015T4

21

35

32

15

018T4

24

39

37

18.5

380~440

022T4

30

47

45

22

030T4

39

62

60

30

037T4

49

77

75

37

045T4

59

92

90

45

055T4

72

113

110

55

075T4

100

156

152

75

090T4

116

180

176

90

110T4

138

214

210

110

132T4

167

256

253

132

160T4

200

307

304

160

200T4

250

385

380

200

220T4

280

430

426

220

250T4

309

475

470

250

280T4

349

535

530

280

315T4

398

609

600

315

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7

KET-3000W1

Rated

Rated Input

Rated

Adaptable

Rated

Model

Capacity

Current (A)

Output

Motor

Input

KVA

Current (A)

Power (KW)

Voltage(V)

355T4

434

664

660

355

 

400T4

494

754

750

400

3.2.3 Parts of KET-3000W1

Fig. 3-1 is the part description of this KET-3000W1.

Fig. 3-1 is the part description of this KET-3000W1. Fig. 3-1 (a) 3.7KW and below models

Fig. 3-1 (a) 3.7KW and below models

of this KET-3000W1. Fig. 3-1 (a) 3.7KW and below models Fig. 3-1 (b) 5.5~15 kW models

Fig. 3-1 (b) 5.5~15 kW models

3-1 (a) 3.7KW and below models Fig. 3-1 (b) 5.5~15 kW models Fig. 3-1 (c) 18.5~45kW

Fig. 3-1 (c) 18.5~45kW models

3.7KW and below models Fig. 3-1 (b) 5.5~15 kW models Fig. 3-1 (c) 18.5~45kW models Fig.

Fig. 3-1 (d) 55KW and above models

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3.3 Installation Environment

3.3.1 Installation Environment Requirement

When selecting mounting environment, the following issues should be taken into account:

Ambient temperature should be within the range of -10~ +40. If the temperature is higher than 40, the

KET-3000W1 should be derated and forced ventilation is required.

Humidity should be lower than 95%RH, non-condensing.

Mount in the location free of direct sunlight, dust, metal powder, corrosive gas or combustible gas.

Mount in the location with good ventilation, and in vertical direction.

Mount in the location where vibration is less than 5.9m/s 2 (0.6g).

3.3.2 Ambient Temperature

Be sure to maintain the ambient temperature below +40to achieve proper performance and normal operation of the KET-3000W1. If the temperature is between 40~50, the KET-3000W1 should be derated to 80% and a cooling fan or air conditioner is recommended to be installed.

3.3.3 Precautionary Measure

During Installation, please shield the KET-3000W1 with a dustproof cover, to prevent any metallic powder from dropping into the KET-3000W1. And remove the dustproof cover after the installation.

3.4 Installation Instructions & Space Requirements

To achieve nice cooling cycle efficiency, be sure to install the KET-3000W1 perpendicularly and always provide

the following space to allow normal heat dissipation. The requirements on mounting space and clearance are

shown in Fig. 3-1 and Fig. 3-2.

KET- KET- 3000W1 3000W1
KET-
KET-
3000W1
3000W1

Fig. 3-2 (a) (45KW or below)

Fig. 3-2 (b) (55KW or above)

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When one KET-3000W1 is mounted on the top of the other, an air flow diverting plate should be fixed in between as

shown in Fig. 3-3.

KET 3000 W1 KET 3000 W1
KET
3000
W1
KET
3000
W1

Fig. 3-3 Installation of several KET-3000W1

3.5

Wiring

3.5.1 Wiring Requirement

In order to avoid interference intercoupling, it is recommended to separate the motor cables from the control cables and power supply cables, and keep enough distance among cables. Especially when the cables are laid in parallel and the cable length is big, the signal cables should cross the power supply cables perpendicularly as shown in Fig.

3-4.

power supply cables perpendicularly as shown in Fig. 3-4. Fig. 3-4 System wiring The KET-3000W1 should

Fig. 3-4 System wiring

The KET-3000W1 should be derated if the motor cables are too long or their cross sectional area (CSA) is too large. The KET-3000W1’s cables should be the cables with specified CSA (See Table 3-2) because the capacitance of the cable to ground is in proportional to the cable’s CSA. If the cable with big CSA is used, its current should be reduced. The current should be decreased by 5% when per level of CSA is increased.

Shielded/armoured cable: High frequency low impedance shielded cable should be used. For example: copper net, aluminum net or iron net.

Normally, the control cables must use the shielded cables and the shielding metal net must be connected to the metal enclosure of the KET-3000W1 by cable clamps.

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Chapter 3 Installation and Wiring Fig. 3-5 (a) Correct earthing method Fig. 3-5 (b) Incorrect earthing

Fig. 3-5 (a) Correct earthing method

Installation and Wiring Fig. 3-5 (a) Correct earthing method Fig. 3-5 (b) Incorrect earthing method The

Fig. 3-5 (b) Incorrect earthing method The earth terminal PE must be connected to the earth properly and the grounding resistance should be less than 10Ωfor 380V Class KET-3000W1. Don’t share the earth wire with other devices, such as welding machines or power tools. Always use an earth wire that complies with the technical standards required by electrical equipment, and minimize the length as short as possible. When using more than one KET-3000W1, be careful not to loop the earth wire as shown in Fig. 3-6.

Besides, pay attention to the following points:

In order to reduce the earthing resistance, flat cable should be used because the high frequency impedance of flat

cable is smaller than that of round cable with the same CSA.

For 4-core motor cable, the end of one cable should be connected to the PE of the KET-3000W1, and the other end should be connected to the motor’s enclosure. Hereby, if the motor and the KET-3000W1 each has its own earthing pole, then the earthing effect is better. If the earthing poles of different equipment in one system are connected together, then the leakage current will be

a noise source that may disturb the whole system. Therefore, the KET-3000W1’s earthing pole should be separated from the earthing pole of other equipment such as audio equipment, sensors and PC, etc.

In order to reduce the high frequency impedance, the bolts used for fixing the equipment can be used as the high

frequency terminal. The paint on the bolt should be cleaned. The earthing cable should be as short as possible, that is, the earthing point should be as close to the KET-3000W1 as possible. Earthing cables should be possibly far away from the I/O cables of the equipmentthat is sensitive to noise, and also should be as short as possible. Please refer to the Fig. 3-6 for earth wire connection.

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KET-3000W1 KET-3000W1
KET-3000W1
KET-3000W1

Fig. 3-6 (a) Recommended earthing method

KET-3000W1 KET-3000W1
KET-3000W1
KET-3000W1

Fig. 3-6 (b) This earthing method should be avoided.

KET-3000W1 KET-3000W1 KET-3000W1 KET-3000W1
KET-3000W1
KET-3000W1
KET-3000W1
KET-3000W1

Fig. 3-6 (c) Prohibited earthing method

Please see the Table 3-2 for the recommended wiring specification

     

Input

Output

 

MCCB A

Contactor A

Cables

Cables

0R2S2

16

10

1.5

1.0

1

0R4S2

16

10

1.5

1.0

1

0R7S2

20

16

2.5

1.0

1

1R5S2

32

20

4

2.5

1

2R2S2

50

40

6

2.5

1

0R4T4

10

10

1.0

1.0

1

0R7T4

10

10

1.0

1.0

1

1R5T4

16

10

1.5

1.5

1

2R2T4

16

10

1.5

1.5

1

3R7T4

25

16

2.5

2.5

1

5R5T4

32

20

4

4

1

7R5T4

40

32

6

6

1

011T4

63

40

6

6

1

015T4

63

40

6

6

1

018T4

100

63

10

10

1

022T4

100

63

16

16

1

030T4

125

100

25

25

1

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037T4

160

100

25

25

1

045T4

200

125

35

35

1

055T4

200

125

35

35

1

075T4

250

160

70

70

1

090T4

315

160

70

70

1

110T4

400

400

95

95

1

132T4

400

400

150

150

1

160T4

630

600

185

185

1

200T4

630

600

150×2

150×2

1

220T4

800

600

185×2

185×2

1

250T4

800

800

185×2

185×2

1

280T4

800

800

150×3

150×3

1

315T4

800

800

150×3

150×3

1

355T4

1000

1000

150×4

150×4

1

400T4

1000

1000

150×4

150×4

1

3.5.2 Main Circuit Wiring

 Wiring can only be done after the KET-3000W1’s AC power is cut off and

Wiring can only be done after the KET-3000W1’s AC power is cut off and all the LEDs on the keypad are off. Wait for at least 10 minutes before removing the keypad.

Wiring can only be done after the charge indicator on the right bottom is off and the voltage between main circuit power terminals + and - is below 36V DC.

Wire connections can only be done by trained and authorized personnel.

Check the wiring carefully before connecting emergency stopping or safety circuits.

Check the KET-3000W1’s voltage level before supplying power to it, or human injuries and equipment damage may happen.

to it, or human injuries and equipment damage may happen.  Ensure that the KET-3000W1’s rated

Ensure that the KET-3000W1’s rated input voltage is in compliant with the AC supply voltage before using it.

Dielectric strength test of the KET-3000W1 has been done in factory, so you need not do it again.

Don’t do withstand voltage tests on the KET-3000W1, to avoid possible KET-3000W1 to be damaged.

It is prohibited to connect the AC supply cables to the KET-3000W1’s output terminals U, V and W.

Grounding cables should be copper cables with section area bigger than 3.5mm 2 , and the grounding resistance should be less than 10Ω.

Leakage current exists in the KET-3000W1. The total leakage current is bigger than 3.5mA, depending on the usage conditions. To ensure safety, the KET-3000W1 and the motor should be grounded, and a leakage current protector (RCD) should be used. It is recommended to choose B type RCD and set the leakage current at

300mA.

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Don’t connect an electromagnetic switch or contactor in the output circuit. Otherwise, the KET-3000W1 will enable over current protection.

Don’t connect phase-shifting capacitors and LC/RC filters on the output circuit.

Be sure the KET-3000W1 has stopped output before switching motor or performing variable frequency/power frequency switches.

3.5.3 Main Circuit Terminals Layout and Description

Please see Fig. 3-7 for the main circuit terminals layout.

Please see Fig. 3-7 for the main circuit terminals layout. Fig. 3-7 (a) 0R2S2 / 0R4S2

Fig. 3-7 (a) 0R2S2 / 0R4S2 Main Circuit Terminals Layout

Fig. 3-7 (a) 0R2S2 / 0R4S2 Main Circuit Terminals Layout Fig. 3-7 (b) 220V Class 0.75~2.2KW

Fig. 3-7 (b) 220V Class 0.75~2.2KW /380V Class 0.4~3.7KW Main Circuit Terminals Layout

/380V Class 0.4~3.7KW Main Circuit Terminals Layout Fig. 3-7 (c) 380V Class 5.5~45KW Main Circuit Terminals

Fig. 3-7 (c) 380V Class 5.5~45KW Main Circuit Terminals Layout

3-7 (c) 380V Class 5.5~45KW Main Circuit Terminals Layout Fig. 3-7 (d) 380V Class 55KW and

Fig. 3-7 (d) 380V Class 55KW and above Main Circuit Terminals Layout

Please see Table 3-3 for the function description of the KET-3000W1’s main circuit terminals.

Table 3-3

Main Circuit Terminal Function Description

 

Terminal

Function Description

L1, L2 /N

 

Single-phase AC power input terminals

R, S, T

 

3-phase/ single-phase AC power input terminals

U, V, W

 

Output terminals, connect to 3-phase AC motor

P1, +

 

DC Link reacor connection terminals

+

,

-

External braking unit connection terminals connect

 

respectively to the positive pole and negative pole of DC bus.

+ , BR

 

Braking resistor connection terminals

PE

 

Earth terminal, connect to the earth

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3.5.4 Main Circuit Connection

220V 0.2~0.4KW main circuit wiring diagram(Fig. 3-8):

220V 0.2~0.4KW main circuit wiring diagram(Fig. 3-8): Fig. 3-8 Main circuit wiring diagram of 220V 0.2~0.4KW

Fig. 3-8

Main circuit wiring diagram of 220V 0.2~0.4KW models

220V 0.75~2.2KW main circuit wiring diagram (Fig. 3-9):

220V 0.75~2.2KW main circuit wiring diagram (Fig. 3-9): Fig. 3-9 Main circuit wiring diagram of 220V

Fig. 3-9 Main circuit wiring diagram of 220V 0.75~2.2KW models

Remarks:

0R7S2, 1R5S2 and 2R2S2 are applicable both for single-phase 220V and 3-phase 220V(3-phase 220V connects to R, S, T terminal).

400V 0.4 ~3.7KW main circuit wiring diagram (Fig. 3-10):

400V 0.4 ~3.7KW main circuit wiring diagram (Fig. 3-10): Fig. 3-10 Main circuit wiring diagram of

Fig. 3-10 Main circuit wiring diagram of 400V 0.4~3.7KW models

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400V 5.5~45KW main circuit wiring diagram (Fig. 3-11):

400V 5.5~45KW main circuit wiring diagram (Fig. 3-11): Fig. 3-11 Main circuit wiring diagram of 400V

Fig. 3-11 Main circuit wiring diagram of 400V 5.5~45KW models

400V 55KW and above main circuit wiring diagram Fig. 3-12):

55KW and above main circuit wiring diagram Fig. 3-12): Fig. 3-12 Main circuit wiring diagram of

Fig. 3-12 Main circuit wiring diagram of 400V 5.5~45KW models

During trial operation, be sure the KET-3000W1 runs forward when the Forward Command is enabled. Switch over any two of the output terminals to each other or modify the setting of parameter P1.10 to change the direction of the

KET-3000W1.

Never connect the AC power source to the output terminals of the KET-3000W1. Otherwise, damage may occur to the components inside the KET-3000W1. Never connect the output terminals to the earth. Never connect the output cables to the chassis, so as to avoid potential damage to the KET-3000W1.

Never Add Phase-shifting Capacitor in the Output Circuit Don’t connect a phase-shifting capacitor or LC/RC filter on the output circuit of the KET-3000W1. Otherwise, the KET-3000W1 is prone to be damaged.

Correct EMC Installation The KET-3000W1 is designed and produced according to the requirements of IEC/61800-3. Please install KET-3000W1 as per the description below, so as to achieve proper electromagnetic compatibility.

Divide the installation space into different areas

In a drive system, the KET-3000W1, control equipment and sensors are installed in the same cabinet, the electromagnetic noise should be suppressed at the main connecting points with the RFI filter and input choke installed in cabinet to satisfy the EMC requirements.

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The most effective but expensive measure to reduce the interference is to isolate the noise source and the noise receiver, which should be considered in mechanical/system design phase. In driving system, the noise source can be KET-3000W1, braking unit and contactor. Noise receiver can be automation equipment, encoder and sensor. The mechanical/system is divided into different EMC areas according to its electrical characteristics.

The recommended installation positions are shown in Fig. 3-13:

KET-3000W1
KET-3000W1

Fig. 3-13 System wiring sketch

Remarks:

Area A should be used to install transformers of control power supply, control system and sensor. Area B should be used for interfaces of signal and control cables, correct immunity level is required. Area C should be used to install noise sources such as input reactor, the KET-3000W1, braking unit and contactor. Area D should be used to install power source and cable connecting parts of RFI filter. Area E should be used to install output noise filter and the wires of filter. Area F should be used to install motor and motor cables. All the areas should be isolated in space, so that electromagnetic decoupling effect can be achieved. The minimum distance between areas should be 20cm, and use earthing bars for decoupling among areas, the cables from different area should be placed in different tubes.

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The filter should be installed at the interfaces between different areas if necessary. Bus cable(such as RS485) and signal cable must be shielded. Each area should be isolated from one another to realise electromagnetic decoupling, with minimum space of 20cm. It is recommended to use earthing bars for decoupling among areas. The cables from different area should be placed in different tubes. The filter should be installed at the interfaces between different areas if necessary. Bus cable(such as RS485) and signal cable must be shielded Motor cable should be earthed at the KET-3000W1 side, if possible, the motor and KET-3000W1 should be earthed separately. Motor cable and control cable should be shielded or armored. The shield must be earthed and avoidentangling at cable end to improve high frequency noise immunity. Assure good conductivity among plates, screw and metal case of the KET-3000W1: use tooth-shape washer and conductive installation plate. Generally, if there is some sensitive equipment, it is more cost-effective to install the power filter at sensitive equipment side.

Installation of Power Line Filter:

Power source filter should be used in the equipment that may generate strong EMI or the equipment that is sensitive to the external EMI. The power source filter should be a two-way low pass filter through which lower frequency current can flow while higher frequency current can hardly flow.

Function of Power Line Filter The power line filter ensures the equipment can satisfy the conducting emission and conducting sensitivity in EMC standard. It can also suppress the radiation of the equipment. It can prevent the EMI generated by equipment from entering the power cable, and prevent the EMI generated by power cable from entering equipment.

Common mistakes in using power cable filter:

1. Too long power cable

The filter inside the cabinet should be located near to the input power source. The length of the power cables should

be as short as possible.

2. The input and output cables of the AC supply filter are too close.

The distance between input and output cables of the filter should be as far apart as possible. Otherwise the high frequency noise may be coupled between the cables and bypass the filter. Thus, the filter will become ineffective.

3. Bad earthing of filter

The filter’s enclosure must be earthed properly to the metal case of the KET-3000W1. In order to achieve better earthing effect, make use of a special earthing terminal on the filter’s enclosure. If you use one cable to connect the

filter to the case, the earthing is useless for high frequency interference. When the frequency is high, so is the impedance of cable, hence there is little bypass effect. The filter should be mounted on the enclosure of equipment. Ensure to clear away the insulation paint between the filter case and the enclosure for good earthing contact.

EMI of the KET-3000W1 The KET-3000W1’s operating theory decides that some EMI is unavoidable. The KET-3000W1 is usually installed in a metal cabinet, the instruments outside the metal cabinet is disturbed by the KET-3000W1 lightly. The cables are

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the main EMI source, if connecting the cables according to the manual, the EMI can be suppressed effectively. If the KET-3000W1 and other control equipment are installed in one cabinet, the area rule must be observed. Pay attention to the isolation between different areas, cable layout and shielding.

Conducted Interference Clearing Please add a noise filter to suppress conducted interference at the output side.Besides, conducted interference can be efficiently reduced by threading all the output cables through a grounded metal tube. And conducted interference can be dramatically decreased when the distance between the output cables and the signal cables is above 300mm.

RF Interference Clearing The input cables, output cables and the KET-3000W1 produce radio frequency interference. A noise filter can be installed both at the input side and output side, and shield them with iron utensils to reduce RF interference. The wiring distance between the KET-3000W1 and the motor should be as short as possible.

KET- 3000W1
KET-
3000W1

Fig. 3-14 RF interference clearing Wiring Distance between KET-3000W1 and Motor If the cable between the KET-3000W1 and the motor is long, the high-frequency leakage current will increase, causing the KET-3000W1 output current to increase as well. This may affect peripheral devices. To prevent this, adjust the carrier frequency as per the instruction in Table 3-4:

Table 3-4 Carrier frequency and the cable length between KET-3000W1 and motor

Cable length

<30m

30m~50m

50m~100m

≥100m

Carrier frequency

<15KHz

<10KHz

<5KHz

<2KHz

When the cable between the KET-3000W1 and the motor is longer than 100m, it is recommended to install an output reactor.

3.5.5 Control Terminal Connection

The length of signal cables should be less than 50m in order to efficiently suppress interference to control signals,

and keep a distance of at least 30cm from the power lines. Please use twisted-pair shielded cables for analog input

and output signals.

Control Terminals Layout and Function Description:

1 Control terminals layout and wiring for KET-3000W1 - 3.7KW or below:

terminals layout and wiring for KET-3000W1 - 3.7KW or below: Fig. 3-15 Control terminals layout for

Fig. 3-15

Control terminals layout for KET-3000W1 of 3.7KW or below

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Please refer to the Table 3-5 for control terminals function description for 3.7KWand below:

Table 3-5 Control terminal function description for 3.7KW and below

Item

Terminal

Name

Function Description

 

485

Communication

The positive pole of 485 differential signal

Communication

485

Interface

The negative pole of 485 differential signal

     

Input voltage signal010V

AI1

Analog input 1

Input impedance: 30kΩ

   

Input voltage signal010V

Analog Input

Input impedance: 30kΩ

AI2

Analog input 2

Input current signal020mA

Input impedance: 500Ω

 

AO1

Analog output 1

Programmable output

   

Analog Output

Output voltage/current signal0

AO2

Analog output 2

10V/020mA:

     

Reference power source for analog input

10V/GND

10V power

( 10V), and the max output current is

supply

5mA

Power Source

   

Reference power source for digital input

P24/COM/SEL

24Vpower

( 24V), and the max output current is

supply

200mA

Digital Input

FWD/REV/

Digital input 1~7

Bipolar optional input signal, programmable input. Input voltage range: 9~30VDC FWD/REV/X1~X3 input impedance:

X1~X5

4.7kΩ

X4~X5 input impedance: 1.6 kΩ:

X4~X5 is for high speed pulse input, Max. freq.:50KHz.

     

Programmable optically-coupled

Frequency

DO

Frequency

isolation pulse frequency output

Output

output 1

24VDC/50mA

 

Max. freq.:50KHz.

Digital Output

Y1

Digital output 1

Programmable optically-coupled isolation output,

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Item

Terminal

Name

Function Description

24VDC/50mA

CME

Digital output

site

Digital output site

Relay Output

RA/RB/RC

Relay contact

output

Programmable output

capacity of contact250V AC /3A or 30V

DC /1A RC-RB: normally closed RC-RA: normally open

Shielding

PE

Shielding

earthing

Shielding layer earthing terminal

Wire Jumper

Please refer to Fig. 3- 15 for the amplified wire jumper.

Please refer to Fig. 3- 15 for the amplified wire jumper. Fig. 3-16 Wire jumper for

Fig. 3-16 Wire jumper for 3.7KW and below models

Table 3-6 Wire jumper function description ( 3.7KW and below)

Jumper

 

Setting at

Function and Setting Description

Switch

factory

 

CN4

AI2 analog input source voltage/current selection. When the contact V is short-circuited with the middle contact, AI2 source input is voltage signal: when the contact I is short-circuited with the middle contact, AI2 source input is current signal.

Voltage signal

CN5

AO1 analog output source voltage/current selection. When the contact V is short-circuited with the middle contact, AO1 source input is voltage signal: when the contact I is short-circuited with the middle contact, AO1 source input is current signal.

Voltage signal

CN6

AO2 analog output source voltage/current selection. When the contact V is short-circuited with the middle contact, AO2 source input is voltage signal: when the contact I is short-circuited with the middle contact, AO2 source input is current signal.

Voltage signal

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Control signal wiring diagram of 3.7KW and below models:

KET-3000W1
KET-3000W1

Fig. 3-17

Control signal wiring diagram for 3.7KW and below models

2 Control terminals layout and wiring for 5.5KW and above models

terminals layout and wiring for 5.5KW and above models Fig. 3-18 control terminal layout for 5.5KW

Fig. 3-18 control terminal layout for 5.5KW and above models

Please refer to the Table 3-7 for terminal function descriptionof 5.5KW and above models:

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Table 3-7

Item

Terminal

Name

Function Description

Communication

485

485

Communication

interface

The positive pole of 485 differential signal

The negative pole of 485 differential signal

Analog Input

AI1

Analog input 1

Input voltage signal010V:

Input impedance: 30kΩ

AI2

Input voltage signal: 010V

Analog input 2

30kΩ)

(input impedance:

Input current signal: 020mA(input impedance:

500Ω)

AO2

Analog output 2

AO1

Analog Output

Analog output 1

Programmable output,

Output voltage/current signal010V/020mA:

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Item

Terminal

Name

Function Description

   

10V power

Reference power source for analog input ( 10V),

10V/GND

supply

the max output current is 5mA

Power Source

 

24Vpower

Reference power source for digital input ( 24V),

P24/COM/SEL

supply

the max output current is 200mA

Digital Input

FWD/REV/

Digital input

Bipolar optional input signal, programmable input. Input voltage range: 9~30VDC FWD/REV/X1~X6 input impedance: 4.7 kΩ X7~X8 input impedance: 1.6 kΩ X7~X8 is for high speed pulse input, Max. freq.:50KHz

X1~X8

1~10

     

Programmable optically-coupled isolation pulse

Frequency

DO

Frequency

Output

output 1

frequency output 24VDC/50mA

 

Max. freq.:50KHz

   

Digital output

Programmable optically-coupled isolation output,

Digital Output

Y1~Y2

1~2

24VDC/50mA

 

Digital output

 
 

CME

site

Digital output site

     

Programmable output capacity of contact250V

Relay contact

Relay Output

RA/RB/RC

output

AC /3A or 30V DC /1A RC-RB: normally closed RC-RA: normallyopen

   

Shielding

 

Shielding

PE

earthing

Shielding layer earthing terminal

Wire Jumper

Please refer to Fig. 3-16 for amplified wire jumper for 5.5KW and above models.

to Fig. 3-16 for amplified wire jumper for 5.5KW and above models. Fig. 3-19 Wire jumper

Fig. 3-19 Wire jumper for 5.5KW and above models

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Table 3-8 Wire jumper function description ( 5.5KW and above)

Jumper

 

Setting at

 

Function and Setting Description

Switch

factory

 
 

AI2 analog input source voltage/current selection. When the contact V

 

is

short-circuited with the middle contact, AI2 source input is voltage

Voltage

CN5

signal: when the contact I is short-circuited with the middle contact, AI2 source input is current signal.

signal

 

AO1 analog output source voltage/current selection. When the contact

 

CN6

V

is short-circuited with the middle contact, AO1 source input is

Voltage

voltage signal: when the contact I is short-circuited with the middle

signal

 

contact, AO1 source input is current signal.

 

AO2 analog output source voltage/current selection. When the contact

 

V

is short-circuited with the middle contact, AO2 source input is

Voltage

CN7

voltage signal: when the contact I is short-circuited with the middle contact, AO2 source input is current signal.

signal

Control signal wiring diagram of 5.5KW and above models:

KET-3000W1 INVERTER
KET-3000W1
INVERTER

Fig. 3-20

Control signal wiring diagram for 5.5KW and above models

Wiring of multi-function input terminals, terminal FWD and REV:

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A) Dry contacts Connection:

If internal 24V power supply is used, the wiring is as shown in Fig. 3-21:

power supply is used, the wiring is as shown in Fig. 3-21: Fig. 3-21 Using internal

Fig. 3-21

Using internal 24V power supply

If an external power supply is used, the wiring is as shown in Fig. 3-18. (Be sure to disconnect the cable

between P24 and SEL)

3-18. (Be sure to disconnect the cable between P24 and SEL) B) NPN (PNP) connection: Fig.

B) NPN (PNP) connection:

Fig. 3-22

Using an external power supply

The KET-3000W1’s internal +24V power supply is used and the external controller uses NPN transistors whose common emitters are connected, as shown in Fig. 3-23:

whose common emitters are connected, as shown in Fig. 3-23: Fig. 3-23 NPN signal input connetting

Fig. 3-23 NPN signal input connetting diagram when using internal 24V power supply

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The KET-3000W1’s internal +24V power supply is used and the external controller uses PNP transistors whose common emitters are connected, as shown in Fig. 3-24. ( Be sure to disconnect the cables between SEL and P24)

( Be sure to disconnect the cables between SEL and P24) Fig. 3-24 PNP signal input
Fig. 3-24 PNP signal input connecting diagram when using internal 24V power supply Use external
Fig. 3-24 PNP signal input connecting diagram when using internal 24V power supply
Use external power supply as shown in Fig. 3-25: (Be sure to disconnect the cables between SEL and P24)
Fig. 3-25 NPN signal input connecting diagram when using external power supply
Use external power supply as shown in Fig. 3-22: (Be sure to disconnect the cables between PLC and P24)
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Chapter 3 Installation and Wiring C ) Fig. 3-26 PNP signal input connetting diagram when using

C )

Fig. 3-26 PNP signal input connetting diagram when using external power supply Wiring of multi-function output terminal:

Multi-function output terminals Y1 and Y2 can use the 24V power supply inside the KET-3000W1 and the wiring

mode is shown as follows:

the KET-3000W1 and the wiring mode is shown as follows: Fig. 3-27 Multi-functional output terminal connecting

Fig. 3-27 Multi-functional output terminal connecting diagram when using internal 24V power supply Multi-function output terminals Y1 and Y2 can use the 24V power supply outside the KET-3000W1 and the wiring mode is shown as follows:

the KET-3000W1 and the wiring mode is shown as follows: Fig. 3-28 Multi-functional output terminal connecting

Fig. 3-28 Multi-functional output terminal connecting diagram when using external power supply

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Frequency signal output terminal DO can use the 24V power supply inside the KET-3000W1 and the wiring is as below:

supply inside the KET-3000W1 and the wiring is as below: Fig 3-29 DO terminal connection diagram

Fig 3-29 DO terminal connection diagram when using internal 24V power supply Frequency singal output terminal DO can also use the external 24V power supply and the wiring is as below:

the external 24V power supply and the wiring is as below: Fig.3-30 DO terminal connecting diagram

Fig.3-30 DO terminal connecting diagram when using external power supply

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Operating Instructions

 Never supply AC power source before the terminal cover has been assembled. Be sure

Never supply AC power source before the terminal cover has been assembled. Be sure the power is off when dismantling the cover. If not attended, electric shock may occur.

Please keep away from the KET-3000W1 if the auto restart at power outage function is enabled, so as to avoid any potential injury at power on.

On condition of energy-consumption braking resistor has been installed, energy- consumption braking will cause temperature rise in the braking resistor. Please do not touch the resistor to avoid electric shock and burns.

Please verify the motor’s allowable scope of application before starting the KET-3000W1.

 Do not check signals during operation to prevent the KET-3000W1 from being damaged. 

Do not check signals during operation to prevent the KET-3000W1 from being damaged.

Do not randomly change the parameter setting.

Please do debugging testing before switching the run command source of he KET-3000W1, to avoid damage to the KET-3000W1 and human hurt.

4.1

Descriptions

In the following sections, you may study section describing the control, running and status of the KET-3000W1 many times. Please read this section carefully. It will help you to correctly understand and use the functions to be discussed.

4.1.1 KET-3000W1 Run Command Source Selection

It defines the sources from which the KET-3000W1 receives run commands like START, STOP, FWD, REV, JOG and others.

Keypad control: The KET-3000W1 is controlled by the

RUN , STOP
RUN
, STOP

and

JOG
JOG

keys on the keypad.

External Terminal control: The KET-3000W1 is controlled by terminals FWD, REV and COM (2-wire mode), Xi (3-wire mode), JOGF, JOGR.

Communication control: The operation such as STARTand STOP can be controlled by communication like RS485 Modbus, PC software.

The control modes can be selected by parameter P1.07, and multi-function input terminal (No.24, 25 and 26 can be selected by Pb.00~Pb.07).

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4.1.2 KET-3000W1 Frequency Reference Source

The KET-3000W1 has 10 source selection to input reference frequency (P1.04). The reference frequency can be inputed by:

0 : Keypad( change the value by the

and
and

keys):

1Motor Potentiometer UP/DN through external digital inputs

2Serial port RS485

3Analog signal input 1

4Analog signal input 2

5:

Input Pulse terminal

6:

Keypad potentiometer

7Digital input for multi-step speed

8:

PI closed-loop control

9:

Inbuilt PLC.

The KET-3000W1 has 11 auxiliary source selection to input frequency reference (set by Pd.00). The frequency reference can be achieved by::

0:

No auxiliary frequency

1Digital frequency reference 1:

and
and

keys on the keypad directly given by Pd.02)

2Digital frequency reference 2: Motor Poetntiometer UP/DN through external digital inputs directly given by

Pd.02)

3Digital frequency reference 3: serial port RS485

4Analog signal input 1

5Analog signal input 2

6Input Pulse terminal

7AI1-5

8AI2-5

9Input Pulse frequency -0.5×P1.03

10: Keypad potentiometer

Note: The auxililiary source selection is disabled when the master source reference is same as the auxiliary source reference. 4 ~10 frequency is set by P2.00. The final frequency reference results from calculating the value from one of the above master frequency reference sources and one of the above auxiliary frequency reference sources.

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4.1.3 KET-3000W1 Operation Status

The KET-3000W1 has 3 Operation status: Stop, Run and Motor Parameters Autotuning.

Stop status: After the KET-3000W1 is switched on and initialized, if no run command is given or the stop command is given, there is no output from U, V, W of the KET-3000W1, and the RUN indicator turns off.

Run status: The KET-3000W1 starts output after it receives the run command. The RUN indicator is on.

Motor parameters auto tuning status: If there is an run command and P3.05 is set as 1 or 2, the KET-3000W1 enters motor parameters autotuning status, and then enters stop status after the autotuning process is over.

4.1.4 KET-3000W1 Operation mode

The KET-3000W1 has 6 types of operating modes: Simple operation, Jog, Multi-step speed operation, Wobble operation, PI closed-loop control operation and PLC operation.

Jog: When the KET-3000W1 is in stop status, it will operate according to the jog frequency after it receives the Jog

operation command (or after the

JOG
JOG

key is pressed). See explanations of P2.13 P2.14 P7.11 P7.12 for details.

Multi-step speed operation: The multi-step speed operation is enabled when P1.04=7. Select multi-step frequency 0~15 (P2.15 ~ P2.30) to start multi-step speed operation by logic combination of multi-functional digital input terminals (No.1, No.2, No.3 and No. 4 function).

Wobble operation: If the wobble operation function is enabled (PA.00=1,P1.04<7), the KET-3000W1 will operate as per the preset operating parameters (Please see explanations of Parameter PA). Users can disable wobble operation through a digital multi-functional terminal (No. 32 function).

PI process control operation: If the PI control operation function is enabled (P1.04=8), the KET-3000W1 will select the PI control operation mode, i.e it will perform PI control according to the reference and feedback values (See explanations of Parameter P9). This function can be disabled by a multi-function terminal (No.28 function).

PLC operation: If PLC function is enabled (P1.04=9), the KET-3000W1 will select PLC operating mode and will operate in the pre-defined operating mode (see explanation of Parameter P8). The PLC function can be disabled by a digital input multi-functional terminal (No. 16 function).

4.2 Operating Instructions

4.2.1 UsingKeypad

The keypad is used to set up the KET-3000W1 and display parameters. The standard KET-3000W1 is installed with LED keypad. It has two sizes according to the dimension of the KET-3000W1. The smaller size is for 3.7KW and below KET-3000W1 and the other bigger is for 5.5KW and above KET-3000W1. The operating methods of these two types of keypads are the same, as shown in Fig.4-1.

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Fig. 4-1 Illustration of keypad There are 8 keys on the keypad of the KET-3000W1

Fig. 4-1 Illustration of keypad

There are 8 keys on the keypad of the KET-3000W1 and the function of each key is shown in Table 4-1.

Table 4-1 Key functions description

 

Key

 

Name

Color

Function

 

PRG

 

Program/exit

Gray

Enter or exit programming status

ENTER

Enter/confirm

Gray

Enter lower level menu or confirm data

 
    Shift Gray In editing mode, pressing this key to select the bit to be
 

Shift

Gray

In editing mode, pressing this key to select the bit to be modified. In other mode, this key is used to scroll through the parameters.

 
  Decrement Gray Decrease value or parameter

Decrement

Gray

Decrease value or parameter

 

 

Increment

Gray

Increase value or parameter

 

RUN

 

Run key

Green

Press this key to run the KET-3000W1 in the mode of keypad control

 
Stop/reset Red Press this key to stop or reset the K E T - 3

Stop/reset

Red

Press this key to stop or reset the KET-3000W1

 

JOG

 

Jog key

Gray

In keypad control mode, press this key to start jog operation.

 

Remarks:

The

KET-3000W1.

The keypad consists of a 4-digit eight segments LED tube, 3 LED indicators that indicate unit and 1 status indicator.

The LED tube can display the status parameters, function parameters and fault codes of the KET-3000W1. The

key is used to change the direction of the

JOG
JOG

key is jog function when P1.09=1, while when P1.09=0, the

JOG
JOG

three unit indicators have 7 different combinations and each combination corresponds to one type of unit as shown

in Fig. 4-2.

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Chapter 4 Operation Instructions Fig. 4-2 Unit represented by combination of the indicators The Operation status

Fig. 4-2 Unit represented by combination of the indicators

The Operation status indicator lies above the potentiometer. The function of the indicator is shown as

below:

Indicator

Status

Current status of the KET-3000W1

Operating

Off

Stop status

status indicator

On

Running status

4.2.2 Display of the KET-3000W1

The keypad can display the parameters in stop, running, editing, alarming state and special state.

1) Parameters displayed in stop status.

When the KET-3000W1 stops operation, the keypad will display the status parameters in stop status, as shown in Fig. 4-3(a). The unit indicator on the top right of the keypad indicates the unit of the parameter. Other parameters

can be displayed by pressing the key

power on.)

parameters can be displayed by pressing the key power on.) . (PC.02 determines which stop parameter

. (PC.02 determines which stop parameter is prior to be displayed at

determines which stop parameter is prior to be displayed at Fig. 4-3 (a) Fig. 4-3 (b)

Fig. 4-3 (a)

Fig. 4-3 (b)

2) Parameters displayed in running status

When the KET-3000W1 receives running command, it starts running and its keypad will display the status parameters in running status, as shown in Fig. 4-3 (b). The unit indicator at right indicates the unit of the parameter.

Other parameters can be displayed by pressing

PC.01.

Other parameters can be displayed by pressing PC.01. key. The displayed parameters are determined by PC.00

key. The displayed parameters are determined by PC.00 and

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3) Parameters configuration When the KET-3000W1 is in stop,run or alarm state, pressing the

PRG
PRG
ENTER
ENTER

key to exit the menu.

key can enter configuring mode.

Configuring mode can be displayed in 3-level menu: parameter group→ parameter→ parameter value. You can

to save the settings,

enter the sub-menus by pressing the

and press the

PRG
PRG

key. In parameter value menu, press

ENTER
ENTER
and press the PRG key. In parameter value menu, press ENTER Fig. 4-4 Configuring status 4)

Fig. 4-4 Configuring status

4) Alarm information

When the KET-3000W1 detects a fault signal, the keypad will display the fault code. The code will flash as shown

in Fig. 4-5 to catch the user’s attention: Fault information can be queried by pressing the

parameters. The KET-3000W1 can be reset by pressing the

external terminal or serial port. The fault code will not disappear until the fault is cleared.

key, or sending the reset commands via the

key to enter PF group

PRG
PRG
STOP
STOP
fault is cleared. key, or sending the reset commands via the key to enter PF group

Fig. 4-5 Fault code display

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5) Special mode display

The Special mode include the display status at initialization, power on and autotuning, etc. as shown in Fig. 4-6:

power on and autotuning, etc. as shown in Fig. 4-6: 4.2.3 Keypad Operation 1) View parameters

4.2.3 Keypad Operation

1) View parameters

Fig. 4-6 Special displays

Operation 1) View parameters Fig. 4-6 Special displays Fig. 4-7 Status parameters display operation 2) Parameter

Fig. 4-7 Status parameters display operation

2) Parameter setup

Let’s look at an example of how to set parameters. Suppose you want to change the setting of P2.30 from 45.00Hz to 1.50Hz, please refer to Fig. 4-8.

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Fig. 4-8 Parameter setup In the second-sub menu, the settings of the parameter cannot be

Fig. 4-8 Parameter setup

In the second-sub menu, the settings of the parameter cannot be changed if none digit of the parameter is flashing. The possible reasons are:

a) The settings of this parameter cannot be changed, such as the actual detected parameters or recorded parameters. b) The settings of this parameter cannot be changed when the KET-3000W1 is running, and can only be changed when the KET-3000W1 stops. c) The parameters are protected, that is, if P0.00 is set to be 1or 2, the settings of all the parameters cannot be changed to avoid wrong operation. If you really want to change the settings, first input the correct password.

3) RUN /STOP operation

Please select the control mode as keypad control. Please see Fig. 4-9.

the control mode as keypad control. Please see Fig. 4-9. Fig. 4-9 RUN and STOP operation

Fig. 4-9 RUN and STOP operation

4) JOG operation

Please select the control mode as keypad control, and set P1.09 to 1 to enable the

4-10.

JOG
JOG

key as shown in Fig.

set P1.09 to 1 to enable the 4-10. JOG key as shown in Fig. Fig. 4-10

Fig. 4-10 Jog operation

5) How to verify the password and unlock the keypad

E.g.: Set the parameter P0.00 to “1234”. See Fig. 4-11.

the keypad E.g.: Set the parameter P0.00 to “1234”. See Fig. 4-11. Fig. 4-11 Password verification

Fig. 4-11 Password verification and unlocking

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6) Keypad self-check

The keypad has self-checking function. This function will be enabled by pressing Please see Fig. 4-12.

ENTER
ENTER

and

STOP
STOP

simultaneously.

Please see Fig. 4-12. ENTER and STOP simultaneously. Fig. 4-12 Keypad self-check When keypad self-checking

Fig. 4-12 Keypad self-check

When keypad self-checking finishes, “PASS” will be displayed on the keypad, and disappear in 3-5 seconds. The KET-3000W1 will display parameters in stopping status. If the keypad self-checking doesn’t finish within one minute, “FAIL” will be displayed on the keypad, and disappear in 3-5 seconds. The KET-3000W1 will display parameters in stopping status.

4.3 Initial Power On.

4.3.1 Checking Before Power On.

Please wire the KET-3000W1 according to Chapter 3.5.

4.3.2 Power on the KET-3000W1 for the first time

After checking the wiring and mains supply voltage, switch on the circuit breaker of the KET-3000W1 to supply mains power to it. The KET-3000W1 keypad will display “8.8.8.8.” at first, then display “-LU-” , and the contactor closes. If the LED displays the frequency settings, the initialization of the KET-3000W1 is complete.

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Note:

Chapter 5

The values in“ ”are the factory settings.

Parameter Introduction

The KET-3000W1 has 17 parameter groups. This chapter will provide the users detailed function introduction of each group.

Protection of parameters

P0 Group:

Basic operating parameters

P1 Group:

Frequency reference parameters

P2 Group:

P3 GroupMotor parameters

P4 GroupVector control parameters

P5 GroupV/F control parameters

P6 GroupRUN / STOP control parameters

P7 GroupAcceleration/ Deceleration parameters

P8 GroupSimple PLC parameters

P9 GroupProcess closed-loop control parameters

PA GroupWobble operating parameters

Pb GroupI/O terminal function parameters

PC GroupDisplay control parameters

Pd GroupFunction-boost parameters

PE Group:

Communication parameters

PF GroupKET-3000W1 and motor protection parameters

Py GroupManufacturer parameters

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5.1 Protection of Parameters (P0 Group)

P0.00

User’s password

Range0~9999 0

XXXX: To set any non-zero number as the password, to enable the password protection function.

0000To clear the set password, and disable the password protection function.

The factory setting of P0.00 is 0, namely the password protection function is disabled. Once the password is set, the user must input correct password if he wants to change any parameter. Otherwise, all the parameters cannot be changed but only viewed.

P0.01 Menu mode selection

Range0 1 2

1

0: Shortcut menu mode:

In this mode, only parameters for quick setup can be viewed. The KET-3000W1 can be setup quickly from the parameters in the menu.

1: Full menu mode:

All the parameters can be displayed in this mode.

2: Checking menu mode:

Only the P0 group parameters and the parameters in P1~PF groups whose values are different from their factory settings can be viewed in this mode.

P0.02 Parameter initialization

Range0 1 2

0

0: No operation

1: Clear fault memory

When P0.02 is set as 1, the fault records of PF.23~PF.29 will be cleared.

2: Restore to factory settings

If P0.02 is set as 2, all the parameters except Py group and P3 group are restored to factory settings. The LED

keypad displays “OPFA”.Then the KET-3000W1 displays parameters in stop status.

5.2 Basic operating parameters (P1 Group)

P1.00 Control mode

Range0 1

0

0: V/F control:

The constant voltage/frequency ratio control mode is suitable for speed adjustment of pump and fan applications. It is also applicable for occasions when one KET-3000W1 drives more than one motors. Please properly set the P5

group parameters, so as to achieve proper efficiency.

1: Sensorless vector control:

The sensorless vector control mode is applicable for application with high requirement on KET-3000W1 performance and torque.

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When the sensorless vector control mode is selected, to perform motor parameter autotuning is a must at first, and then adjust the settings of P3.00~P3.04 according to the nameplate of the motor. Start the motor parameter autotuning function and properly set P4 group parameters, so as to achieve excellent vector control efficiency.

P1.01

Max. output frequency

Range50.00400.00Hz 50.00

 

RangeLower limit of frequency (P1.03)

P1.02

Upper limit of frequency

 

Max. output frequency (P1.01) 50.00

P1.03

Lower limit of frequency

Range0.0upper limit of frequency P1.02 0.00

The max.output frequency is the highest frequency that the KET-3000W1 is allowed to output. The upper limit of frequency is the highest frequency that the KET-3000W1 is allowed to run with. The lower limit of frequency is the lowest frequency that the KET-3000W1 is allowed to run with. The relationship of the KET-3000W1 running frequency setting, lower limit of frequency, upper limit of frequency, and max.output frequency of KET-3000W1 is shown as below:

lowerlimit of frequencyKET-3000W1’srunning frequency setting≤upper limit of frequency≤max .output frequency of KET-3000W1 Please properly set the parameters P1.01~P1.03 according to the nameplate of the motor and actual operating conditions. The upper /lower limit of frequency has no limitation on the motor parameter autotuning function. Besides the lower and upper limit of frequency, the KET-3000W1’srunning frequency is also limited by the parameter settings of starting frequency, DC braking starting frequency, skip frequency, etc.

P1.04 Frequency reference source sellection

Range: 0~9 0

 

and

key on the keypad.

0: Keypad, adjust via the

The initial value is P1.06, and can be adjusted via the

and
and

key on the keypad.

1: Terminal, adjust via the terminals UP/DN. The initial value is P1.06, and can be adjusted via the terminals UP/DN.

2: Digital communication via serial port:

The initial value is 0, and can be adjusted via serial port command.

3AI1 analog reference:

The frequency referenceis dependent on the analog voltage of AI1 terminal whose range is 010V DC.

The corresponding relationship between the analog value of AI1 and the KET-3000W1’s running frequency setting is up to the settings of P2.00 and P2.05~P2.12.

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4: AI2 analog reference:

The frequencyreference is dependent on the analog voltage/current of AI2 terminal whose range is 010VDC

(in voltage input mode), 020mADC (in current input mode).

The corresponding relationship between the analog value of AI2 and the KET-3000W1’s running frequency settingis up to the settings of P2.00, and P2.05~P2.12.

5: Pulse terminal:

The frequency referenceis dependent on the terminal pulse frequency (only via X7 or X8 for 5.5KW or above models, please see the definition of Pb.06 or Pb.07: while for 3.7KW or below models, it only can bevia X4 or X5, please see the definition of Pb.03 or Pb.04 ).

Specification of input pulse signal: voltage range:1530V

frequency range: 050.0kHz

The corresponding relationship between the pulse terminal frequency and the KET-3000W1’s running frequency settingis up to the settings of P2.00and P2.05~P2.12.

6: Keypad potentiometer: