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1 © 2011 Eaton Corporation. All rights reserved. M-Max Training Tom Neuberger – Product Manager VFD’s

2 2 2 © 2011 Eaton Corporation. All rights reserved. Agenda 30 min Intro's and review of Eaton VFD strategy 45 min MMX features/benefits discussion and review of training guide 15 min MMX expansion discussion / Pricing 90 min MMX demo and website review – PC Software? 180 minApplication Training

3 3 3 © 2011 Eaton Corporation. All rights reserved. Product Line Overview - Drives Clean Power CPX 18 pulse CFX Passive Filter SVX Industrial SVX Enclosed HVX9000 HVX Intellipass/ Intellidisconnect JCI, BAC brand labeled Machinery MVX,NFX,SLX,M-Max HVAC HVX, JCI, York Industrial GVX, SVX Performance LCX, SPX, DC fed

4 4 4 © 2011 Eaton Corporation. All rights reserved. Machinery/OEMsHVAC Industrial / WWTHigh Performance LCX9000 CPX9000 SPX9000 MVX9000 NFX9000 DF51 DV51 SLX9000 GVX9000 SVX9000 DV6 V-Max HVX9000 Intellipass DF6 M-Max H-Max 10 Product Platforms being Replaced by 3 Product Platforms Current & Future Drives Product Platforms

5 5 5 © 2011 Eaton Corporation. All rights reserved. Training Guide Review CD Features/Benefits Product Selection Parameter Guide Default Parameter Set Demo Overview

6 6 6 © 2011 Eaton Corporation. All rights reserved.

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10 10 © 2011 Eaton Corporation. All rights reserved. Expansion / Pricing 1 st Gen vs. 2 nd Gen FS4 & FS5 Margin Config.xls

11 11 © 2011 Eaton Corporation. All rights reserved. M-Max Demo / PC Software M-Max Demo.exe MaxConnect MaxLoader

12 12 © 2011 Eaton Corporation. All rights reserved. Review User Manual Detailed Parameter List (page 65) Abbrev list (page 150) Parameter Groups (P) P1 Default Settings P2 Analog Inputs P3 Digital Inputs P4 Analog Outputs P5 Digital/Relay Outputs P6 Drives Control P7 Motor Data P8 Protective Functions P9 PID P10 Fixed Frequencies P11 V/Hz Characteristics P12 Braking P13 Logic P14 Secondary Parameter Set System Parameters (S) Monitoring Parameters (M)

13 13 © 2011 Eaton Corporation. All rights reserved. Parameter Format Explanation

14 14 © 2011 Eaton Corporation. All rights reserved. Default I/O (Factory Setting - FS) DI1 = start fwd DI2 = stop/start rev DI3 = Fixed Freq B0 (12hz) DI4 = Fixed Freq B1 (18hz) DI5 = Fault Reset DI6 = PID Controller Deactivate RO1 = Run RO2 = Fault DO = Ready

15 15 © 2011 Eaton Corporation. All rights reserved. Startup Wizard Page 64 or parameters Basic control and motor nameplate data 4 macros / applications Basic Pump Fan High Load Three ways to implement Initial power up Press and hold “STOP” button for 5 seconds Set parameter S4.2 = 1 P1.1 = 1 (factory setting/default)

16 16 © 2011 Eaton Corporation. All rights reserved.

17 17 © 2011 Eaton Corporation. All rights reserved. Duplex Pump Application Start / Stop send by PLC (Maintained 24V inputs) Speed Control 0-10V DC Min Freq = 30 Hz Max Freq = 60 Hz Start Function/Accel Time = Ramp/10 sec. Stop Function/Decel Time = Free Coasting/10 sec. Motor Data: FLA: 1.0A 1800 rpm.83 power factor 230V 60 Hz

18 18 © 2011 Eaton Corporation. All rights reserved. Duplex Pump Parameter Setup Reset drive to factory defaults Can be configured through quick start wizard

19 19 © 2011 Eaton Corporation. All rights reserved. Duplex Pump Parameter Setup P1.1 (Quick Start Parameters) = 1 P1.2 (Application) = 1 (pump) P1.3 (Country Specific Defaults) = 1 (US) P6.1 (Primary Remote Control Source) = 1 (I/O) P6.2 ( Primary Remote Speed Ref) = 3 (AI1) Also need to confirm microswitch S2 P6.3 (Min Freq) = 30 Hz P6.4 (Max Freq) = 60 Hz P6.5 (Accel Time) = 10 sec P6.6 (Decel Time) = 10 sec

20 20 © 2011 Eaton Corporation. All rights reserved. Duplex Pump Parameter Setup P6.7 (Start Function) = 0 (ramp) P6.8 (Stop Function) = 0 (free coasting) P7.1 (Motor FLA) = 1.0A P7.3 (RPM) = 1800 rpm P7.4 (Power Factor) =.83 P7.5 (Motor Voltage) = 230V P7.6 (Motor Freq) = 60 Hz P11.7 (Torque Increase) = 0 (disabled)

21 21 © 2011 Eaton Corporation. All rights reserved. Duplex Pump Extra Credit We need to make sure that the motor can not run backwards The customer would like to start a second pump when the frequency of pump #1 exceeds 50hz.

22 22 © 2011 Eaton Corporation. All rights reserved. Duplex Pump Parameter Setup Extra Credit First need to change parameter P1.1 = 0 Motor can not run backwards: P6.23 (REV Blocked) = 1 (enabled) Disabling the Start Rev (P3.3) does not disable running the drive in reverse in “keypad” mode. Exceed 50 Hz: P5.1-3 (Digital or Relay Output) = 10 (Freq Monitoring 1) P5.4 (Freq Monitoring 1) = 2 (P5.5 – P6.4, high limit) P5.5 (Freq Monitoring 1 Ref Value) = 50 hz On/Off delays???

23 23 © 2011 Eaton Corporation. All rights reserved. HVAC Duct Pressure Application The customer has an HVAC system that needs to maintain a duct pressure of 75psi. They are using a psi pressure transducer to monitor the duct pressure. The transducer’s output is a 0-10V signal. Min Freq = 0hz Accel and Decel = 5 seconds Motor Data: FLA: 1.0A Current Limit: 1.2A 1800 rpm.85 power factor 230V 60 Hz

24 24 © 2011 Eaton Corporation. All rights reserved. HVAC Duct Pressure Hints and Clues Understanding PID Setpoint value as %. Example: Customer has a 0-10 psi transducer and would like to maintain a pressure of 4 psi. Convert psi to % based on transducer range 4/10 = x/100 x = 40% Hints: The only parameters that you should need to modify are the following: P9.1, P9.4, P9.5, P9.6

25 25 © 2011 Eaton Corporation. All rights reserved. HVAC Duct Pressure Parameter Setup P1.1 = 0 (All parameters) P1.2 = 2 (Fan) P1.3 = 1 (NA) P2.1 (AI1 signal range) = 0 (0-10V) P6.3 (Min Freq) = 0 hz (Default is 20hz) P6.5 = 5 sec (Default is 20 seconds) P6.6 = 5 sec (Default is 20 seconds) P7.1 = 1.0 P7.2 = 1.2 P7.3 = 1800

26 26 © 2011 Eaton Corporation. All rights reserved. HVAC Duct Pressure Parameter Setup P9.1 (PID Controller) = 1 (Activated) P9.4 (PID Controller Keypad Reference) = 37.5% 75/200 = x/ x = 7500 x = 7500/200 = 37.5 P9.5 (PID Controller Setpoint Source) = 0 (Keypad) P9.6 (PID Controller Actual Value) = 1 (AI1)

27 27 © 2011 Eaton Corporation. All rights reserved. HVAC Duct Pressure Extra Credit The customer would like the drive to conserve energy “sleep” if the output frequency falls below 10hz for 5 seconds or longer. It should “wake up” once the pressure transducer drops below 70 psi. The customer would also like the ability to disable the PID loop and follow a standard 0-10V signal supplied by a PLC. Lastly the customer would like the drive to monitor the duct pressure.

28 28 © 2011 Eaton Corporation. All rights reserved. HVAC Duct Pressure Parameter Setup Extra Credit Sleep Mode: P9.12 (Frequency) = 10 hz P9.13 (Wake up) = 35% (70/200 = x/100) P9.14 (Delay)= 5 sec PID Disable P2.1 (AI1, signal range) = 0 default P3.12 (PID Disable) = 6 default P6.2 (Primary Remote Speed Ref) = 3 default Monitor Duct Pressure P9.19 (PID Controller, Process Value Scale) = 2

29 29 © 2011 Eaton Corporation. All rights reserved. Conveyor Application Start and stop by PLC (Maintained 24V Inputs) Sensor input required for motor to start Primary speed control 2-10V Utilizing AI2 sent from PLC Set speed of 20 Hz also controlled from a PLC Accel and Decel = 5 seconds Motor Data: FLA: 1.4A Current Limit: 1.75A 1700 rpm.87 power factor 230V 60 Hz

30 30 © 2011 Eaton Corporation. All rights reserved. Conveyor Application Reset drive to factory defaults Can be partially configured through quick start wizard.

31 31 © 2011 Eaton Corporation. All rights reserved. Conveyor Parameter Setup P1.1 (Quick Start) = 0 (All Parameters) P1.2 (Application) = 3 (High Load) P1.3 (Country Defaults) = 1 (NA) P2.5 (AI2 Signal Range) = 1 (2-10V) Also confirm microswitch S3 What is AL50? P3.1 (Start/Stop Logic) = 3 (FWD/REV) P3.8 (Run Enable) = 3 (2-6 Digital Input) If DI2 you need to disable Start Rev signal (P3.3 = 0) Be wary of default I/O P3.9 (fixed freq, binary B0) = 4 (3-6 Digital Input) P3.10 (fixed freq, binary B1) = 0 Who’s unit was running at 24hz as the preset speed? (B0 + B1 = 24hz FF3) P6.2 (Primary Remote Speed Ref) = 4 (AI2) P6.5 (Accel) = 5.0 P6.6 (Decel) = 5.0 P10.2 (FF1) = 20hz

32 32 © 2011 Eaton Corporation. All rights reserved. Conveyor Application Extra Credit The customer would like to count packages with an Eaton sensor. Packages (spaced approx 10 seconds apart) travel down a conveyor and past a sensor before they drop into a box. It takes the package 5 seconds to reach the box after it passes the sensor. Once the box has 10 packages the customer would like to run a second conveyor (powered by an XT starter, of course) for 3 seconds to transport the box to a shrink wrapper and a new box will be set in place. Cycle repeat…

33 33 © 2011 Eaton Corporation. All rights reserved. Conveyor Application Extra Credit (Simplified) VFD to count packages via sensor input When counter = 10 Activate various outputs RO to activate XT coil (start second conveyor) Time delay on 5 sec Time delay off 3 sec DO active to DI (reset counter) Repeat!

34 34 © 2011 Eaton Corporation. All rights reserved. Conveyor Application Extra Credit Parameter Setup Counter input signal: P3.23 (Counter input signal) = 5 (digital input 5, or any input) P3.29 (counter reference value)= 10 Counter output P5.1 (RO1 signal) = 20 (counter value 1 reached) P5.2 (RO2 signal) = 0 (deactivated) P5.3 (DO1 signal) = 20 (Use the DO to reset counter) Counter reset input P3.24 = 6 (digital input 6, could be fed directly from DO) Time delays P5.14 (RO1, on delay) = 5s P5.15 (RO1, off delay) = 3s

35 © 2011 Eaton Corporation. All rights reserved. Thank you! Tom Neuberger – Product Manager VFD’s


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