Basic configuration of Altivar ATV320 Schneider Electric

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Welcome to our followers on the Blog PLC Technicals, today In this article I would like to show you the best way to setting the essential set-up design of the Altivar ATV320 Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) through the display.


I. Basic configuration of an ALTIVAR ATV320 Schneider Electric

Before we investigate the Basic configuration of an ALTIVAR ATV320 Scheinder Electric, first let us examine the description of the Altivar ATV320 variable drive.

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1. Altivar ATV320:

This group of Altivar drives is explicitly intended to oblige Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) applications with pull run from 0.25hp to 20hp.

It is accessible in two structure factors, book and smaller. It accompanies inserted wellbeing, for example, STO (Safe Torque Off) and can bolster various correspondences, for example, Ethernet/IP and Profinet utilizing alternative cards.

2. Configuring Basic Parameters on Altivar ATV320:

This part I'am going to show you how to do a basic configuring and programming on an Altivar ATV320 drive. So when I say basic programming and configuring, that's including your motor parameters, your ramp up ramps down time, maybe low and high speed values to change. So that's how I'am going to leave it at that.

We would prefer not to broadly expound on essential programming and arrangement. So to start off From your main display, it's matches already. I get an NLP because I have no line power.

So go ahead and press Enter, and you want to scroll down clockwise to Parameter ConF and Enter on that. You want to go down to FULL Parameter, enter again. And the SIN parameter as your first menu.

So in here you want to scroll down,and the first parameter is bFr,that you motor frequency and it can be 50 or 60 hertz.once bFr is set again you can press enter to save it,if not just escape out back to bFr parameter.And the next one is UnS = Rated motor voltage that's you motor volage rating.

The next one after that is NCR which is your motor Rated motor current. The next one is the nSPwhich is your motor speed, RPM value=1715, you want to get all these from your motor nameplate.

And the next ones after that, it is very important that's is your overload setting it motor FLA as well normally, but overload protection value, and of course if you keep going down you have ACC parameter for your acceleration time. And of course you also have DEC parameter for your deceleration time your ramp down time.

If you keep going down, you find low speed LSP, that's your minimum speed, so if you want in a minimum of 20 at all times no matter what, then this is where you set your low speed up.

And of course the last thing is the first parameter technically, and this is where you tell the drive what mode you're on for better your two wire or three wire and what I mean by that is in your terminals for your run command, you have a run command two wire control, meaning a start-stop. On two-wire control, where you have DI1 and 24 volts right here.

And also for two, three wires, it assumes arising push buttons so keep that in mind so two wires are just to maintain ON or OFF contact and a three wire is for momentary contacts. So that basically takes care of the simple start setup for you, basics program   

Parameter nLP Altivar ATV320

Parameter S1n- Altivar ATV320

Parameter bFr Altivar ATV320

3. Saving and Uploading Configurations Within the ATV320 Drive:

The most effective method to save different setups inside the ALTIVAR ATV320 Drive and furthermore, how to transfer settings that were saved beforehand. This allows multiple different configurations to be uploaded/saved without requiring an external keypad.

3.1 Saving configuration Altivar ATV320:

configuration Altivar ATV320

  1. First, let's go the menu to save configuration Altivar ATV320, go into to select the parameters CONF, FCS-, SCS1 
  2. CONF: Configuration
  3. FCS-: Factory setting 
  4. SCS1:Config save

SCS1 Altivare ATV320

Parameter Non Altivar ATV320

Parameter Str1 Altivar ATV320

Parameter Str2 Altivare ATV320

3.2 Uploading configuration ATV320:

To transfer to the VFD, go into CONF, FCS-, FCS1. 
  1. Select CFG1 or CFG2 relying upon whether the documents are spared to STR1 or STR2 
  2. CONF:Configuration 
  3. FCS-:Factory setting 
  4. FCS1:Config uploading

Parameter FCS1 Altivar ATV320

Parameter 1n1 Altivar ATV320

Parameter CFG1 Altivar ATV320

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