{"searchBar":{"inputPlaceholder":"Search by keyword or ask a question","searchBtn":"Search","error":"Please enter a keyword to search"}}

Welcome to the Schneider Electric Website

Welcome to our website.

Select your location

Welcome the the Schneider Electric French website. It looks like you are located in the United States, would you like to change your location?

Traduisez en francais
{"support":{"yesButton":"Yes","noButton":"No","feedback":{"title":"What can we do to improve?"},"submitButton":"Submit","successMessage":"Thank you for your feedback","title":"Was this helpful?","feedbackPercentLabel":"of people found this helpful","captcha":{"error":"Please tick the box"}}}
Search FAQs

What would cause the ATV312 display to flash?

Drive's display is flashing.

Product Line:


Drive display blinks off and on.  Motor does not reach commanded speed.  Drive may eventually shut down with Motor Overload Fault (OLF) or Drive Over Temp Fault (OHF).

The blinking or flashing display is a warning indication that the motor is pulling the maximum current limit programmed value in the drive which is set by the CLI [Current Limitation] parameter. 
Check your load to see if motor direction is correct.
If the motor is spinning too fast in the wrong direction, the drive will have a difficult time catching it and correcting the direction. In this case, a mechanical brake on the motor may be necessary
See if motor is stuck or in a locked rotor.
Check the drive settings ( drC menu ) to be sure the motor nameplate information is entered correctly (UnS, FrS, nCr, nSP, COS) 
Check your the Set menu to be sure ItH (motor thermal current - Overload protection) and CLI (Current limitation) are set properly.
Measure motor current draw.

Please note the main display on the drive will flash the freq hz value on and off when its in current limit mode.  The remote HMI VW3A1101 will show CLI in the upper left corner of the HMI if its in Current Limit.

See the ATV312 Programming Manual for further details: