ATV312HU40N4412

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ATV312HU40N4412

variable speed drive ATV312 - 4kW - 9.2kVA - 150 W - 380..500 V - 3-phase supply



Main
Range of product
Altivar 312 Solar
Product or component type
Variable speed drive
Product destination
Asynchronous motors
Product specific application
Pumping station with photovoltaic arrays
Assembly style
With heat sink
Device short name
ATV312
Complementary
Number of drive
127 for CANopen

31 for Modbus
Electromagnetic compatibility
1.2/50 µs - 8/20 µs surge immunity test - test level 3 conforming to IEC 61000-4-5

Electrical fast transient/burst immunity test - test level 4 conforming to IEC 61000-4-4

Electrostatic discharge immunity test - test level 3 conforming to IEC 61000-4-2

Radiated radio-frequency electromagnetic field immunity test - test level 3 conforming to IEC 61000-4-3
Standards
IEC 61800-3

IEC 61800-5-1
Marking
CE
Height
184 mm
Width
142 mm
Depth
152 mm
Product weight
3.1 kg
Option card
Communication card for CANopen daisy chain

Communication card for Profibus DP

Communication card for Modbus TCP

Communication card for Fipio

Communication card for DeviceNet
Motor power kW
4 kW
Motor power hp
5 hp
[Us] rated supply voltage
380...500 V (- 5...5 %)
Supply voltage limits
323...550 V
Supply frequency
50...60 Hz (- 5...5 %)
Network frequency
47.5...63 Hz
Network number of phases
3 phases
Line current
10.6 A at 500 V

13.9 A at 380 V, Isc = 1 kA
EMC filter
Integrated
Apparent power
9.2 kVA
Prospective line Isc
1 kA
Continuous output current
9.5 A at 4 kHz
Maximum transient current
14.3 A for 60 s
Power dissipation in W
150 W at nominal load
Speed drive output frequency
0.5...500 Hz
Nominal switching frequency
4 kHz
Switching frequency
2...16 kHz (adjustable)
Speed range
1...50
Transient overtorque
150...170 % of nominal motor torque
Braking torque
<= 150 % with braking resistor for 60 s

100 % with braking resistor continuously

150 % without braking resistor
Asynchronous motor control profile
Factory set: energy saving mode
Regulation loop
Frequency PI regulator
Motor slip compensation
Adjustable

Automatic whatever the load

Suppressable
Output voltage
<= power supply voltage
Electrical connection
Terminal - cable cross section: 2.5 mm², AWG 14 (terminal(s) Al1, Al2, Al3, AOV, AOC, R1A, R1B, R1C, R2A, R2B, LI1...LI6)

Terminal - cable cross section: 2.5 mm², AWG 14 (terminal(s) L1, L2, L3, U, V, W, PA, PB, PA/+, PC/-)
Tightening torque
0.6 N.m (terminal(s) Al1, Al2, Al3, AOV, AOC, R1A, R1B, R1C, R2A, R2B, LI1...LI6)

0.8 N.m (terminal(s) L1, L2, L3, U, V, W, PA, PB, PA/+, PC/-)
Insulation
Electrical between power and control
Supply
Internal supply for logic inputs at 19...30 V, <= 100 A, protection type: overload and short-circuit protection

Internal supply for reference potentiometer (2.2 to 10 kOhm) at 10...10.8 V, <= 10 A, protection type: overload and short-circuit protection
Analogue input number
3
Analogue input type
AI1 configurable voltage 0...10 V, 30 V max, impedance: 30000 Ohm

AI2 configurable voltage +/- 10 V, 30 V max, impedance: 30000 Ohm

AI3 configurable current 0...20 mA, impedance: 250 Ohm
Sampling duration
8 ms (terminal(s) AI1, AI2, AI3), input: analog

4 ms (terminal(s) LI1...LI6), input: discrete
Response time
8 ms, output: analog (terminal(s) AOV, AOC)

8 ms, output: discrete (terminal(s) R1A, R1B, R1C, R2A, R2B)
Linearity error
+/- 0.2 % output
Analogue output number
2
Analogue output type
AOC configurable current 0...20 mA, impedance: 800 Ohm, resolution: 8 bits

AOV configurable voltage 0...10 V, impedance: 470 Ohm, resolution: 8 bits
Discrete input logic
LI1...LI4 logic input not wired, < 13 V (state 1)

LI1...LI6 negative logic (source), > 19 V (state 0)

LI1...LI6 positive logic (source), < 5 V (state 0), > 11 V (state 1)
Discrete output number
2
Discrete output type
R1A, R1B, R1C configurable relay logic, 1 NO + 1 NC, electrical service life: 100000 cycles

R2A, R2B configurable relay logic, NC, electrical service life: 100000 cycles
Minimum switching current
10 mA at 5 V DC (terminal(s) R1-R2)
Maximum switching current
2 A at 250 V AC on inductive load - cos phi = 0.4 - L/R = 7 ms (R1-R2)

2 A at 30 V DC on inductive load - cos phi = 0.4 - L/R = 7 ms (R1-R2)

5 A at 250 V AC on resistive load - cos phi = 1 - L/R = 0 ms (R1-R2)

5 A at 30 V DC on resistive load - cos phi = 1 - L/R = 0 ms (R1-R2)
Discrete input number
6
Discrete input type
LI1...LI6 programmable at 24 V, 0...100 mA for PLC, impedance: 3500 Ohm
Acceleration and deceleration ramps
Linear adjustable separately from 0.1 to 999.9 s

S, U or customized
Braking to standstill
By DC injection
Protection type
Line supply overvoltage and undervoltage safety circuits for drive

Line supply phase loss safety function, for three phases supply for drive

Motor phase breaks for drive

Overcurrent between output phases and earth (on power up only) for drive

Overheating protection for drive

Short-circuit between motor phases for drive

Thermal protection for motor

Input phase breaks for drive
Dielectric strength
2410 V DC between earth and power terminals

3400 V AC between control and power terminals
Insulation resistance
>= 500 mOhm at 500 V DC for 1 minute
Local signalling
1 LED (red) signal for drive voltage

Four 7-segment display units signal for CANopen bus status
Time constant
5 ms for reference change
Frequency resolution
0.1...100 Hz for analog input

0.1 Hz for display unit
Communication port protocol
CANopen

Modbus
Connector type
1 RJ45 for Modbus/CANopen
Physical interface
RS485 multidrop serial link
Transmission frame
RTU
Transmission rate
10, 20, 50, 125, 250, 500 kbps or 1 Mbps for CANopen

4800, 9600 or 19200 bps for Modbus
Number of addresses
1...247 for Modbus

1...127 for CANopen
Environment
IP degree of protection
IP20 without cover plate
Pollution degree
2
Protective treatment
TC
Vibration resistance
1.5 mm (f = 3...13 Hz) conforming to EN/IEC 60068-2-6

1 gn (f = 13...150 Hz) conforming to EN/IEC 60068-2-6
Shock resistance
15 gn for 11 ms conforming to EN/IEC 60068-2-27
Relative humidity
5...95 % without condensation conforming to IEC 60068-2-3

5...95 % without dripping water conforming to IEC 60068-2-3
Ambient air temperature for storage
-25...70 °C
Ambient air temperature for operation
-10...50 °C without derating with protective cover on top of the drive

-10...60 °C with derating factor without protective cover on top of the drive
Operating altitude
<= 1000 m without derating

>= 1000 m with current derating 1 % per 100 m
Operating position
Vertical +/- 10 degree
Offer Sustainability
Sustainable offer status
Green Premium product
RoHS (date code: YYWW)
Schneider Electric declaration of conformity
REACh
Go to CaP for more details
Product environmental profile
Available
Product end of life instructions
Available
Contractual warranty
Warranty period
18 months
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  • How to change the default display to show something other than the output frequency on ATV12 and ATV312 drive?

    Issue:
    How to change the default display to show something other than the output frequency?

    Product Line:
    ATV12, ATV312

    Environment:
    All models and serial numbers.

    Cause:
    None

    Resolution:
    To adjust the display so that other parameters can be viewed besides RFR, go to MON menu. Select a parameter and press and hold the enter key until the display blinks.

  • What is the pin-out of the RJ45 socket of an ATV31 / 312 for connection of Modbus, CanOpen and PowerSuite cables

         The RJ45 socket of the ATV31/312 can be used for connection to the following networks and accessories:


         a PLC via a Modbus bus or via a CANopen network
         a PC/laptop loaded with PowerSuite software
         The VW3A31101 remote display terminal

         The Pin out of the RJ45 socket of the ATV31 is as follows:


         Pin no.                            ATV31 RJ45                         Comments          
         RJ45
     

            1                                       CAN high                           CAN-H - Signal for CANopen communication 
     
            2                                       CAN low                             CAN-L - Signal for CANopen communication 
     
            3                                       CAN GND                          CAN-GND - Signal for CANopen communication 
     
            4                                           D_B                               Signal for MODBUS communication 
     
            5                                           D_A                                Signal for MODBUS communication 
     
            6                                            NC                                 Not used 
     
            7                                          10 Volts                           0-10 V voltage supplied by the ATV31/312 which can be used to supply the 

            8                                           0 Volts                            converter when connected using PowerSuite software

     

        Important clarification
     

       
       For Modbus communication, the signals used for the ATV31 /312 are D-B and D-A only -  the other connections are not used.

       For CANopen communication, the signals used for the ATV31 / 312 are CAN-H, CAN-L and CAN-GND -  the other connections are not used.

       With the VW3A31101/ VW3A1006/7remote display terminal, the signals used are D-B and D-A as well as the power supply.

      Caution: Lengths of cables need to be observed as too greater voltage drop in network connections may cause a malfunction.

  • How to program the ATV31 or ATV312 analog output for 4-20ma, 0-20ma or 0-10 V signal?

    Issue:
    How to program the ATV31 or ATV312 analog output for 4-20mA, 0-20mA or 0-10 V signal?
     
    Product line:  
    ATV31, ATV312
     
    Environment:  
    All range All serial number    
     
    Cause:
    How to get a feedback signal form the ATV312?

    Resolution: 
    Steps to program the analog output of the ATV31 or ATV312
     1). Press the enter key to REF
    2). Turn dial to I-O menu Press enter
    3). Turn dial to AO1t Press enter
          The following selections are available, choose one and press enter
              a). 0A – Current – 0-20mA configuration (use terminal AOC)
              b). 04 – Current – 4-20mA configuration (use terminal AOC)
              c). 10U – Current – 0-10 V configuration (use terminal AOV)
    4). Press esc to AO1t
    5). Turn dial to d0
         The following selections are available for the analog output, choose one and press enter
          a). OCr (motor current) – 20 mA or 10 V corresponds to twice nominal drive current
          b). OFr (Motor Frequency) – 20 mA or 10 V corresponds to the maximum frequency(tFr)
          c). Otr (Motor Torque) - 20 mA or 10 V corresponds to twice nominal motor torque
          d). OPr (Power supplied) – Power supplied by the drive, 20 mA or 10 V corresponds to twice the drive power.
    6). Esc out of all menus. Drive is ready to run once the analog signal wiring is connected.

  • How can I configure an output on the ATV31 /312 / 320 for a mechanical brake control?

    A mechanical brake can be controlled by the ATV31 / 312 / 320 drive R1 or R2 relay output. It is preferable to use R2 because R1 is often reserved as the fault contact.

    It is possible to control a mechanical brake in two different ways on the ATV31 / 312 / 320 drive using a relay output:
     

    Please note that for the ATV320 drives, the menu structure has changed slightly and first you must access the FULL menu as follows:

    RDY > CONF > FULL

    Once in the FULL menu, you will see the SIN (Simply start) menu, but if you scroll from here you will find the same menu as the ATV31 / 312 drives.



    For Horizontal movements with low load
     

    Parameter setting

    I/O menu => r2 = FtA: Frequency threshold reached
    Set menu => Ftd = 0.5 Hz: Ftd is the motor frequency threshold above which the relay contact closes
     

    Operation

    On starting, the R2 contact is open (brake engaged).
    At the speed of 0.5 Hz, the R2 contact closes and remains closed as long as the speed stays above 0.5 Hz.
     
    Vertical hoisting movement with obligation to brake the load

    Parameter setting

    CTL menu => LAC = L2 (enable L2 by pressing and holding down Enter for 2 seconds)
    FUN menu => BLC => BLC = R2
    FUN menu => BLC => BRL = Brake release frequency: To be set to a value other than 0 (a few Hz is enough, between 1 and 3 depending on the application)
    FUN menu => BLC => IBR = Brake release current threshold: To be set to at least the nominal current value indicated on the motor rating plate
    FUN menu => BLC => BRT = Brake release time: To be set to the brake mechanical release time value (see specification provided by the brake manufacturer)
    FUN menu => BLC => LSP = Low speed. To be set if the customer wishes to have one
    FUN menu => BLC => BEN = Brake engage threshold: To be set between 0 and LSP depending on the application (if LSP other than 0)
    FUN menu => BLC => BET = Brake engage time: To be set to the brake mechanical engage time value (see specification provided by the brake manufacturer)
    FUN menu => BLC => BIP = Brake release pulse: Used for improved management of very high torque on starting, whether for upward or downward movement.
    The pulse is always in the up direction (LI1 run forward)
    This function is also used if the customer has a safety rack as well as the brake, to lift the rack locking catch.
     

    Operational Adjustments

    After adjusting the basic settings, if the load slips on start up, increase the value in IBR
    If load slipping occurs on stopping, decrease the BET value and an increase IBR may also be required
     
    Auto-tuning
    In the case of hoisting or position control, the Auto-tuning operation is essential.

    This means reading the information on the motor rating plate and copying it into the drive DRC parameters, then launching the Tune or auto-tuning process. To carry out the auto tune the motor must be connected to the drive (output contactor active) and the LI1 or LI2 run command must be disabled.

    The information required to be entered in to the DRC menu before an auto tune is carried out is as follows:

    drC menu =>  UnS = Nominal voltage indicated on motor rating plate
                           FrS = Nominal frequency indicated on the motor rating plate
                           nCr = Nominal current indicated on the motor rating plate
                           nSP = Nominal slip indicated on the motor rating plate
                           COS = Motor power factor indicated on the motor rating plate
    Set the parameter  tUn = YES: Confirm by pressing the ENT key for at least 2 seconds If the auto-tuning operation is successful, tUn changes to Done.
    If the auto tune does not complete then the display will show TNF (auto tune failed).
     

    Notes
    Applications that require brake control  in a hoisting application often need a hoisting resistor fitting to the drive.

    The electrical characteristics of the relays R1  and  R2 relay contacts are as follows:

    on a resistive load are 5 A for 250 VAC or 30 VDC
    and on an inductive load (cos phi = 0.4 and L/R = 7 ms) are 2 A at 250 VAC,

    they are inadequate for direct power supply of most mechanical brake coils, whose supply voltage alone is normally 400 VAC: you need to relay them using an LC1K or LC1D contactor.

  • What can cause the InF fault in the Altivar 31 and Altivar 312 drives?

    Issue:
    What can cause the InF fault in the Altivar 31 and ATV312 drives?

    Product Line:
    Altivar 31 and ATV312 drives

    Environment:
    All 

    Cause:
    Internal fault 

    Resolution:
    InF indicates an internal fault.  
    It can occur if there are loose connections inside the drive or if the drive is subjected to electromagnetic interference.  Check the line voltage to the drive.
    Also, check the voltages on the control terminals, +10 to COM and 24V to COM.  It has been observed that improper wiring of the inputs or external potentiometer can overload the internal power supplies of the drive. This may result in InF fault.
    Incorrect connections on the RJ45 ModBus/CANopen port can also cause this.  Verify wiring, particularly to pin 7 (10VDC supply for external keypad).



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