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FAQ SINAMICS G120, G120C, MICROMASTER MM430, MM440: Notes on complying with EMC limit values with unfiltered devices

An external line-side supplementary filter must be used so that the unfiltered SINAMICS G120 with Power Module PM230, PM240, PM240-2, PM240-2 PT, PM240P-2, PM250, PM340, SINAMICS G120C and MICROMASTER MM430, MM440 power units comply with EMC Class C3 according to EN61800-3.

11/15/2018
ID: 109750634
(2)
FAQ MICROMASTER MM440, MM430: Using a motor which is fitted with a PT1000 instead of a KTY84 temperature sensor

The MM440 and MM430 inverters were designed to use an input from either a PTC or a KTY84 temperature sensing device. The KTY84 is slowly becoming obsolete as a motor temperature sensing device. The PT1000 has been adopted as a replacement.

11/13/2017
ID: 109752015
(1)
FAQ What should you watch out for when loading the program of a CPU S7-1500 SIPLUS online to a SIMATIC memory card?

A CPU S7-1500 Standard (6ES7*) of the same type must first be loaded on the SIMATIC memory card.

06/29/2017
ID: 109746261
(1)
FAQ How do you configure a SIPLUS extreme component with the TIA Portal?

You have a SIPLUS extreme component for extreme environmental conditions with article number (6AG1*) and you want to configure this with STEP 7 (TIA Portal).

05/16/2017
ID: 109746275
(5)
FAQ MICROMASTER 4, SINAMICS G110: Unfiltered inverters with line filters.

Unfiltered (industrial) variable speed drive must be able to be installed in a power drive system in compliance with category C3 EMC requirements for CE certification.

03/31/2017
ID: 109746435
(1)
FAQ MICROMASTER 4 (MM4), SINAMICS G110 / G120 (CU 2x0x): RS232 / USB Adapter

My PG/PC has only USB ports. How can I go online to my inverter using USS protocol?

02/18/2017
ID: 24072800
(1)
FAQ MICROMASTER 4 (MM440): Set up Torque Control

In addition to a wide range of applications where drives are used to control the speed (variable-speed drives), there are also numerous cases where it is necessary to control the drive torque.

05/05/2016
ID: 7714804
(4)
FAQ MICROMASTER 4 (MM430/MM440): Working with different data sets (DDS/CDS)

The MICROMASTER 430/440 drive series offers the possibility to be able to parameterize a wide range of applications. This is achieved using three different Drive Data Sets (DDS) and independently of this, three different Command Data Sets (CDS).

05/05/2016
ID: 7379354
(1)
FAQ MICROMASTER 4 (MM4): 2-wire 3-wire control

The 2-wire method allows the inverter to be started and stopped by using only 1 digital input in combination with the internal 24 V supply of the inverter. For most applications the 2-wire method is adequate to start and stop the inverter. The 3-wire control allows the inverter to be started and stopped directly with a press of a switch. This method is setup by using BiCo technology.

05/05/2016
ID: 5800810
(0)
FAQ MICROMASTER 4 (MM4): determine the stator resistance (p0350)

p0350 Stator resistance value in [Ohms] for connected motor (from line-to-line).

05/05/2016
ID: 5126936
(0)
FAQ MICROMASTER 4 (MM4)/ SINAMICS G120 (CU2x0x): Speed accuray and Control-related properties of inverters MM440 and G120

“Speed accuracy” is the ability of an inverter to maintain the speed corresponding to the speed setpoint when the load is kept constant

05/05/2016
ID: 26574526
(2)
FAQ Where can you find the manuals and operating instructions for products of the SIPLUS extreme family?

SIPLUS extreme - Manuals and Operating Instructions

05/04/2016
ID: 92052303
(4)
FAQ What are we to understand by corrosive environmental conditions when using SIPLUS extreme?

SIPLUS extreme - environmental conditions

04/26/2016
ID: 80584521
(0)
FAQ MICROMASTER 4 (MM440), SINAMICS G120 PM240: Connecting cable used to connect-up the braking resistor

The braking resistor enables loads with a large moment of inertia to be braked quickly.

04/04/2016
ID: 23485778
(0)
FAQ MICROMASTER 4 (MM4): Transfering projects from DriveMonitor into STARTER

MICROMASTER 4 drive inverters can be parameterized using the DriveMonitor and STARTER commissioning tools.

04/04/2016
ID: 32582476
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FAQ MICROMASTER 4 (MM4), SINAMICS G120 (CU2x0x): Boost setting for v/f characteristic and heavy duty starting..

For operation using the v/f - the starting behavior at low speeds is essentially defined by the voltage boost. The boost must be optimized, especially for drives that must start against a high initial torque or that have a high moment of inertia.

04/04/2016
ID: 37408519
(0)
FAQ MICROMASTER 4 (MM4), SINAMICS G120 (CU 2x0x): Integrating a G120 or MM4 in a STEP 7 V11 (TIA Portal)

This FAQ applies to MICROMASTER 4 and SINAMICS G120.

04/04/2016
ID: 49229556
(0)
FAQ MICROMASTER 4 (MM430/MM440), SINAMICS G120 (CU 2x0x): Controling the motor holding brake (MHB) simultaneously with OFF 1

Using the free function blocks, FFB´s

04/04/2016
ID: 38126064
(0)
FAQ MICROMASTER 440, SINAMICS G120 (CU2x0x-2): Migration guideline

Replacing MICROMASTER 440 by a SINAMICS G120 with CU240B-2, CU240E-2 or CU250S-2 (Firmware ≥ V4.6)

04/04/2016
ID: 82169413
(1)
FAQ SIMOVERT P (6SE20/21), MICROMASTER, SINAMICS G120 (CU2x0x): Successsor, replacement inverter.

This FAQ applies only to the SIMOVERT P (6SE20/21), MICROMASTER, SINAMICS G120 (CU2x0x) inverters. Description.

04/04/2016
ID: 38112017
(0)
 
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