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18/05/2001Autotuning1

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18/05/2001Autotuning2 Why to Use Autotuning Inverter needs motor equivalent circuit data for internal calculations to achieve maximium motor performance 3 ways of getting the motor equivalent circuit data: Ask the manufacturer – Needs time and often the information is poor Manually calculation – By using the name plate data the necessary equivalent circuit data can be calculated but it is impractical Autotuning – only input name plate data, rest is done by inverter We have now 3 Autotuning modes Terminal Resistance Rotating Autotuning Non Rotating Autotuning

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18/05/2001Autotuning3 Terminal Resistance Tuning Mode NEW tuning mode Available in all control modes (V/f, V/f w. PG, Vector) Inverter detects Terminal Resistance The Inverter applies a DC voltage to the motor and detects the resulting current. Terminal Resistance can be calculated easily. Motor does not rotate while terminal resistance tuning mode. Result: By knowing the resistance the motor internal voltage drop and motor temperature influence can be compensated. When using long motor cables, the voltage drop at the cable resistance can be compensated by the inverter.

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18/05/2001Autotuning4 Rotating Autotuning Available in Open Loop Vector mode Inverter determines Terminal Resistance, Leakage Inductance No Load Current Core Saturation Coefficient Rated Slip Frequency Result: By knowing the exact motor equivalent data the inverter can calculate the I d and I q values very accurate. Maximum speed and tourque accuracy can be achieved. ONE BIG DISADVANTAGE: The motor is rotating while Autotuning Not usable at applications, where load and motor can´t get disconnected !

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18/05/2001Autotuning5 Non Rotating Autotuning NEW tuning mode Available in Open Loop Vector mode 2 Parts: Non Rotating Part and Test Mode Non Rotating Part Terminal Resistance, Leakage Inductance The values for No Load Current and Motor Rated Slip are taken from an inverter internal motor data table (based on Yaskawa standard motors). Test Mode First run of the motor with min. 30% of rated speed. Speed agree must be detected. Real values of No Load Current and Rated Slip are detected during test mode. Result: By knowing motor equivalent data I d and I q can be calculated very accurate. ADVANTAGE: Motor does not has to rotate while Autotuning Autotuning now is performable in almost every case, even if motor and load are coupled !

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18/05/2001Autotuning6 How Non Rotating Autotuning Works IThe inverter applies DC voltage to the motor, detects the resulting current and calculates the terminal resistance. IIFirst 50% of motor rated currend with 15Hz is applied to the motor, after that 50% of rated current with 30 Hz is applied to the motor. Leakage inductance is detected while this procedure. IIIStep II is repeated with 100% of motor rated current. Phase voltages while step II and III: V U = -½ V W V V = -½ V W (phase angle is the same in all 3 phases) Hence the motor does not rotate.

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18/05/2001Autotuning7 Tuning Accuracy Rotating Autotuning accuracy Tuning accuracy according to real motor data: Non Rotating Autotuning accuracy Tuning result of rated slip derivates max. +/-20% from rotating tuning result No load current value derivates max. +/-10% from rotating tuning result Tuning accuracy according to real motor data: Requirement for a High Tuning Accuracy Motor and inverter capacity may derivate not more than one size

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18/05/2001Autotuning8 Summary: The new Non Rotating Autotuning gives us the opportunity to use Vector Control with a very high performance even at applications, where an Autotuning was not possible in the past. Examples: Centrifuges Industrial Washing Machines Applications with Gear Motors Sharer Loaders...

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