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WARNING CAUSE WHAT TO DO


ACS800 TEMP
(4210)
3.08 AW 1 bit 4
Drive IGBT temperature is excessive. Fault trip
limit is 100%.
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Check air flow and fan operation.
Check heatsink fins for dust pick-up.
Check motor power against unit power.
AI < MIN FUNC
(8110)
3.09 AW 2 bit 10
(parameter 30.01)
Analogue control signal is below minimum

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• constraint
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3.08 AW 1 bit 12
(parameters 30.18,
30.19)
Cyclical communication between drive and
master is lost.
Check status of fieldbus communication. See
chapter Fieldbus control, or appropriate
fieldbus adapter manual.
Check parameter settings:
- group 51 COMM MOD DATA (for fieldbus
adapter)
- group 52 STANDARD MODBUS (for
Standard Modbus Link).
Check Fault Function parameters.
Check cable connections.
Check if master can communicate.
DC BUS LIM
(3211)
3.18 AW5 bit 9
(parameter 30.23)
Drive limits torque due to too high or too low
intermediate circuit DC voltage.
Informative alarm
Check Fault Function parameters.
Fault tracing
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(2330)
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ENC CABLE
(7310)
3.31 AW 6 bit 3
Pulse encoder phase signal is missing. Check pulse encoder and its wiring.
Check pulse encoder interface module and its
wiring.
FAN OTEMP
(FF83)
3.16 AW 4 bit 0
Excessive temperature of drive output filter fan.
Supervision is in use in step-up drives.
Stop drive. Let it cool down.
Check ambient temperature.
Check fan rotates in correct direction and air
flows freely.
F TO MS CM LOSS
(F012)
In a Multipump configuration, the master does
not receive messages from a follower.
Check the fibre optic cabling between the
drives on the Multipump link. If the drives are
connected in a ring, check that all drives are
powered.
HIGH LEVEL DI
(F014)
Level in a tank has reached the high level
connected to Digital Input
If the level is not high in the tank, check the
sensor or cable condition from sensor to DI
HW RECONF RQ
(FF38)
Inverter type (e.g. sr0025_3) has been
changed. Inverter type is usually changed at
factory or during drive implementation.
Wait until alarm POWEROFF! activates and
switch control board power off to validate
inverter type change.
ID DONE
(FF32)
Drive has performed motor identification
magnetisation and is ready for operation. This
warning belongs to normal start-up procedure.
Continue drive operation.
ID MAGN
(FF31)
Motor identification magnetisation is on. This
warning belongs to normal start-up procedure.
Wait until drive indicates that motor
identification is completed.
ID MAGN REQ
(FF30)
Motor identification is required. This warning
belongs to normal start-up procedure. Drive
expects user to select how motor identification
should be performed: By Identification
Magnetisation or by ID Run.
Start Identification Magnetisation by pressing
Start key, or select ID Run and start (see
parameter 99.10).
ID N CHANGED
(FF68)
Drive ID number has been changed from 1. Change ID number back to 1. See chapter
Control panel.
ID RUN
(FF35)
Motor identification Run is on. Wait until drive indicates that motor
identification Run is completed.
ID RUN SEL
(FF33)
Motor

Control through the Standard Modbus Link


An RMBA-01 Modbus Adapter installed in slot 1 or 2 of the drive forms an interface
called the Standard Modbus Link. The Standard Modbus Link can be used for
external control of the drive by a Modbus controller (RTU protocol only).
It is possible to switch the control between the Standard Modbus Link and another
fieldbus adapter, in which case the RMBA-01 is installed in slot 2, the fieldbus
adapter in slot 1.
Communication set-up
The communication through the Standard Modbus Link is initialised by setting
parameter 98.02 to STD MODBUS. Then, the communication parameters in group
52 must be adjusted. See the table below.
Table 2 Communication set-up parameters for the Standard Modbus Link.
After the parameters in group 52 have been set, the drive control parameters (shown
in Table 4) should be checked and adjusted where necessary.
Parameter Alternative
Settings
Setting for Control
through the Standard
Modbus Link
Function/Information
COMMUNICATION INITIALISATION
98.02 COMM.
MODULE LINK
NO; FIELDBUS;
ADVANT; STD
MODBUS;
CUSTOMISED
STD MODBUS Initialises communication between drive
(Standard Modbus Link) and Modbusprotocol
controller. Activates
communication parameters in group 52.
98.07 COMM
PROFILE
ABB DRIVES;
CSA 2.8/3.0
ABB DRIVES Selects the communication profile used by
the drive. See section Communication
Profiles below.
COMMUNICATION PARAMETERS
52.01 STATION
NUMBER
1 to 247 – Specifies the station number of the drive
on the Standard Modbus Link.
52.02 BAUDRATE 600; 1200; 2400;
4800; 9600; 19200
– Communication speed for the Standard
Modbus Link.
52.03 PARITY ODD; EVEN;
NONE1STOPBIT;
NONE2STOPBIT
– Parity setting for the Standard Modbus
Link.
Fieldbus control
203
Modbus addressing
In the Modbus controller memory, the Control Word, the Status Word, the
references, and the actual values are mapped as follows:
More information on Modbus communication is available from the Modicon website