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Micromaster 4 -- Commissioning and operation -- Control via Terminal Blocks
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MICROMASTER 4 (MM440), SINAMICS G120 (CU2x0x): What parameters do I have to set on an MM440 to give the same binary fixed frequency selection functionality as 6SE32?
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This FAQ applies only to the SINAMICS G120/G120D Control Units without “-2” in the product name and MICROMASTER 4 inverters.

On the 6SE32 digital inputs 3, 4 and 5 (terminals 7, 8 and 16) are used to select up to 8 fixed frequencies. With the settings below the same terminals can be used to select up to 8 fixed frequencies on a MM440.
If an external 15V or 24V source is used for the signals to the inputs, on the MM440 terminal 28 is the 0V point that needs connecting to the 0V on the external supply, instead of terminal 2 on the 6SE32 ( do not connect 2 and 28 together unless the application specifically requires this).

We have to use FF8 to 15 on the MM440/G120, as FF0 is fixed at 0hz, and this does not comply with the requirement to select a non zero frequency when all 3 digital inputs are open.

Preparatory parameter setting
Function Parameter Description Setting Description
function of digital input p0703/ p0704/ p0705 selects function of digital inputs (DIN) 99 enable BICO parameterization of DIN3, DIN4, DIN5
selection of frequency setpoint p1000 selects frequency setpoint source 3 fixed frequency (FF)
fixed frequency mode p1016/ p1017/ p1018/ p1019 defines mode for mode for frequency selection (Bit 0 - Bit 3) 3 binary coded selection + ON command
fixed freq. selection Bit 3 p1023 defines origin of fixed frequency selection 1 (always high) with high-signal, FF8 to FF15 are selected

 

Specification of the same functionality of MM440/ G120 to MM3
Function Parameter Description Setting Description
fixed freq. selection Bit 0 p1020 defines origin of fixed frequency selection 722.4 DIN5
fixed freq. selection Bit 1 p1021 defines origin of fixed frequency selection 722.3 DIN4
fixed freq. selection Bit 2 p1022 defines origin of fixed frequency selection 722.2 DIN3

 

The fixed frequencies are set as follows (MM440/ G120):
Function Parameter Description Setting Description/ in comparison to MM3
fixed frequency 8 p1008 defines fixed freq. setpoint 8 xx MM3: FF5 (p046)
fixed frequency 9 p1009 defines fixed freq. setpoint 9 xx MM3: FF6 (p047)
fixed frequency 10 p1010 defines fixed freq. setpoint 10 xx MM3: FF7 (p048)
fixed frequency 11 p1011 defines fixed freq. setpoint 11 xx MM3: FF8 (p049)
fixed frequency 12 p1012 defines fixed freq. setpoint 12 xx MM3: FF1 (p041)
fixed frequency 13 p1013 defines fixed freq. setpoint 13 xx MM3: FF2 (p042)
fixed frequency 14 p1014 defines fixed freq. setpoint 14 xx MM3: FF3 (p043)
fixed frequency 15 p1015 defines fixed freq. setpoint 15 xx MM3: FF4 (p044)

 

Check P045 (inverse fixed setpoints for (FF 1-4) and P050 (inverse fixed setpoints for FF 5-8) on the 6SE32 to see if any fixed frequencies have been set to give reverse rotation. The corresponding fixed frequencies on the MM440/ G120 have to be set to a negative value to give reverse rotation. 

Further Information
The theory behind this can be understood by referring to function plan 3210, MM440 parameter list p. 275 and comparing this with the table in the 6SE32 manual p. 51.

  • MM3: For further information regarding MM3 FF, please see in 6SE32 manual p. 51; Entry-ID: 5824173
  • MM440:
    • information about the relevant parameters, please see in the parameter list; Entry-ID: 23708204 (G120; Entry-ID: 32465038)
    • for further information regarding MM4 FF, please see the operating instruction chapter "3.8 Fixed Frequencies"; Entry-ID: 24294529
     
  • FAQ: "MICROMASTER/SINAMICS G: Mode of operation of the fixed frequencies for MM4 and G120"; Entry-ID: 24043801

 

 

 Entry ID:24842299   Date:2013-08-08 
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