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How to setup a Fault Status on the Altivar Process Drive?

Published date: 21 November 2019

Issue:
How to setup a Fault Relay on the Altivar Process Drive?

Product Line:
Altivar Process Drive (ATV630, ATV930, ATV650, ATV950, ATV660, ATV960, ATV680, ATV980)

Environment:
All serial numbers for Altivar Process Drive

Cause:
N/A

Resolution:
Assign the desired output relay to the function "Operating State Fault" for a fault status. 

Any of the drive output relays can be programmed as a fault status. Normally, the R1 relay is factory set to a fault status function ("Operating State Fault"). R1 has a NO (R1C-R1A) and a NC (R1C-R1B) set of dry contacts. When the VFD control board is powered up and NOT in a faulted status, the R1 relay will change state. When the VFD goes to a faulted status, the R1 relay will drop back to normal state.  Consider the function to be a NO FAULT relay:  R1 activates when there is NO FAULT detected.

For example: R1A and R1C is a normally-open contact. When R1 is assigned to "Operating State Fault", R1A and R1C will be open when the drive is powered down. R1A and R1C will close when the drive is powered up, and open if the drive faults. 

Procedure
Follow the FAQ below on how to program relays:
FA245321: How are the R1 and R2 and other relays programmed on the Altivar Process Drives? 
 

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