Configuring Altivar 320 Drives for HMI Dial Speed Control | Schneider Electric Support

Configuring Altivar 320 Drives for HMI Dial Speed Control | Schneider Electric Support


[MUSIC PLAYING] In this video, we will show
you how to use the ATV320 drive to run using terminal control
which is your DI1 terminal as a run command to wire. I want to also use a dial of the
drive as a means of speed reference. So for your main display, you want
to enter to go into your Menu list, and you want to scroll down and
look for CONF, and then Enter. Next, you want to go down
to FULL, Enter again, and now you want to scroll down to
the CTL which is your Command menu. So once you see that, Enter. The first parameter
as the FR1 parameter. This is your speed reference
parameter, and since you want your dial to be your speed reference,
you want to make sure that the FR1 is set to A1U1
which is your actual dial. Now, one thing that I want to show
you actually before we do this, you want to make sure that
your profile is separate. Because your run command
is coming from terminals, and your speed is
coming from the keypad. So you want to make sure your actual
profile is set to separate first. So before we even
[INAUDIBLE] that far, I want us to go ahead and scroll
down to CHCF parameter which is a profile parameter under the Control
menu, and let’s make that separate. And from the factory, it’s
on the same reference. So let’s make it SEP
for the parameter CHCF. Make sure you press Enter
on every single assignment when you’re changing a parameter value. And once you’re back to CHCF, now you
can go counterclockwise back up to FR1, and you want to go ahead and change
that to A1U1 which is your dial. So once you see that, Enter, and of
course, it will switch you back to FR1. Excuse me. So once you’re back to
FR1, now you can go ahead and set your command which
is the CD1 parameter. So CD1 is your actual active
channel for starting and stopping, and the FR1 parameter is your
active channel for speed reference. So we already have programmed your speed
to come from your dial, which is A1U1. Now, we’re going to make
sure that your command now is looking at your terminal. So CD1, when you press Enter, you
want it to be on terminal, which it is and in most cases, but just
make sure your CD1 is terminals. So now that you’ve done that,
you can escape back out. And one thing I want to show you here
is when you want to change your speed– when you give it a run
command, you want to change your speed– you want to go ahead
and Enter to go to reference. Enter again, and you’ll see that
you will actually go into A1U1. So when you first press
Enter on it, on reference, it will actually show your
current active reference, as that means the speed. And of course, you can
ramp it up and down as much as you want with your dial. And keep in mind that as you are
ramping it up slowly or faster– you can just keep turning your dial to
go fast– but you do have a range of 0% to 100% as an actual speed
reference for your dial. And you can escape back out to see
your main actual speed as well. But just keep in mind that you
will have to go into reference and then Enter on reference to actually
see an adjusted speed while you’re running your drive. And this is how you
program the ATV320 drive to use your DI1 for starting
and stopping terminals and your user keypad dial– your dial the drive– as a means of speed reference. [MUSIC PLAYING]

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