Xylem HYDROVAR User Manual

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Operating Instructions
HV2.1f – HV3.11f HV3.15e – HV3.22e
V 2012/03A
771079342
HV2_1-3_45-V-EN-6A
English
Index
1 Important safety instructions...........................................................................5
2 System Design...................................................................................................8
2.1 Pressure tank............................................................................................8
3 Technical Data...................................................................................................9
4 Dimensions and Weights ................................................................................12
5 Mechanical mounting of the HYDROVAR unit on the motor.........................16
5.1 Included mounting material ..................................................................16
5.2 Optional components ............................................................................16
5.2.1 Fittings ..................................................................................................................16
5.2.2 Bus interface.......................................................................................................... 17
5.2.3 Sensors (4-20mA) .................................................................................................. 17
5.2.4 Filter ...................................................................................................................... 17
5.2.5 Motor cables for direct-installation........................................................................ 17
5.3 Assemble Instruction .............................................................................18
6 Electrical installation and wiring....................................................................22
6.1 Means of protection ..............................................................................22
6.2 EMC-electromagnetic compatibility ......................................................23
6.3 Wiring and connections .........................................................................25
6.3.1 Main Voltage Terminals ......................................................................................... 26
6.3.2 Motor connection.................................................................................................. 28
6.3.3 Control Terminals .................................................................................................. 29
6.3.3.1 Connection examples................................................................................ 31
6.4 Selection of the switching-frequency....................................................34
6.5 Reduction of the maximum output current ..........................................34
6.6 RFI - switch .............................................................................................35
7 Programming ..................................................................................................36
7.1 Display – control panel ..........................................................................36
7.2 Function of the push buttons................................................................37
7.3 Language Selection................................................................................37
8 Parameters of the main menu ........................................................................38
9 Parameters of the Secondary Menu ...............................................................42
9.1 JOG-MODE..............................................................................................42
9.2 Window ..................................................................................................43
9.3 Ramp Hysteresis .....................................................................................43
9.4 Ramp 1: Fast acceleration time..............................................................44
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9.5 Ramp 2: Fast deceleration time .............................................................44
9.6 Ramp 3: Slow acceleration time ............................................................44
9.7 Ramp 4: Slow deceleration time............................................................44
9.8 Maximum Frequency..............................................................................45
9.9 Minimum Frequency ..............................................................................45
9.10 Operation at minimum frequency .......................................................46
9.11 Delay time to shut off below minimum frequency .............................46
9.12 Boost ....................................................................................................46
9.13 Sensor – Adjust ....................................................................................47
9.14 Sensor - Curve ......................................................................................47
9.15 Setting of the sensor range .................................................................47
9.16 Operation Mode...................................................................................48
9.17 Regulation mode..................................................................................49
9.18 Start Value ...........................................................................................49
9.19 2
nd
Required Value ...............................................................................50
9.20 Configuration of the pump running relay (X2/4-5-6)..........................51
9.21 Submenu Offset ...................................................................................51
9.21.1 Source of the Offset input ................................................................................... 51
9.21.2 1
9.21.3 2
9.21.4 Intensity 1............................................................................................................ 52
9.21.5 Intensity 2............................................................................................................ 52
9.21.6 Example for the Offset......................................................................................... 53
st
Offset level...................................................................................................... 52
nd
Offset level..................................................................................................... 52
9.22 Submenu Sequence control.................................................................54
9.22.1 Lift Value (actual value increase).......................................................................... 54
9.22.2 Fall Value (actual value decrease)......................................................................... 54
9.22.3 Enable sequence control...................................................................................... 55
9.22.4 Switch Interval..................................................................................................... 55
9.22.5 Source of required value...................................................................................... 55
9.22.6 Submenu Synchronous Control ........................................................................... 56
9.22.6.1 Synchronous Limit .................................................................................. 56
9.22.6.2 Synchronous Window............................................................................. 56
9.22.7 Pump status indication ........................................................................................ 57
9.22.8 Busarbit-Diag. - Counter for interface communication problems......................... 57
9.23 Submenu - RS 485 Interface ................................................................58
9.23.1 Pump Address...................................................................................................... 58
9.23.2 ADC Reference..................................................................................................... 58
9.24 Frequency Lifting .................................................................................59
9.25 Lift- Amount (Intensity) .......................................................................59
9.26 Analogue - Output ...............................................................................60
9.27 Dimension Unit ....................................................................................60
9.28 Automatic test run...............................................................................60
9.29 Submenu for manual test run .............................................................61
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9.29.1 Activate manual test run...................................................................................... 61
9.29.2 Test Frequency..................................................................................................... 61
9.29.3 Boost for manual test run.................................................................................... 61
9.30 Submenu - Error...................................................................................62
9.30.1 Conveyor Limit..................................................................................................... 62
9.30.2 Delay Time........................................................................................................... 62
9.30.3 Automatic Error reset .......................................................................................... 62
9.30.4 Clear Errors.......................................................................................................... 62
9.31 Operating Hours...................................................................................63
9.32 Display – Contrast ................................................................................63
9.33 Set Password........................................................................................63
9.34 Lock Function .......................................................................................63
9.35 Internal Heater .....................................................................................63
9.36 Setting Default Values .........................................................................64
9.36.1 Default Values Europe ......................................................................................... 64
9.36.2 Default Values USA.............................................................................................. 64
9.37 Saving...................................................................................................64
10 Error Signals..................................................................................................65
11 RS 485 - Interface..........................................................................................69
12 Auxiliary Texts...............................................................................................69
13 Maintenance .................................................................................................69
Follow the Pump Operating and Maintenance Instructions
We reserve the right to alter specifications
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1 Important safety instructions
Read and follow the operating instructions and safety
instructions carefully before starting operations!
All modifications must be done by qualified technicians!
Warns that failure to observe the precaution may cause electric shock
Warns that failure to observe the precaution may cause personal injury or damage to property.
In addition to the instructions contained in these operating instructions please pay attention to universal safety and accident prevention regulations.
Basically the HYDROVAR must be disconnected from the power supply before any work can be carried out in the electrical or mechanical part of the system. Installation, maintenance and repair work may only be carried out by trained, skilled and qualified personnel. Unauthorized modifications or changes to the system make all guarantees null and void.
During operation, the motor can be stopped by open a digital input or manually operated, whereby the HYDROVAR and the motor remain under voltage. For safety reasons, the HYDROVAR has to be disconnected from the power supply when carrying out work on the machinery.
When the HYDROVAR is connected to power supply, the components of the power unit as well as certain components of the master control unit are also connected to the power supply.
Touching these components seriously endangers life!
Before removing the HYDROVAR cover the system must be disconnected from the power supply. After switching off the power supply wait at least 5 minutes before starting work on or in the HYDROVAR (the capacitors in the intermediate circuit are discharged by the installed discharge resistors first).
Voltages of up to 800 volts are possible (if there are faults it can be higher)
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All work, carried out at opened HYDROVAR, may only be performed by qualified and authorized staff.
Furthermore, care must be taken not to short circuit the neighbouring components when connecting the external control wires and that open cable ends which are not in use are isolated.
The HYDROVAR contains electronic safety devices which switch off the control element in the event of faults, whereby the motor has zero current but remains energised and comes to a halt. The motor can also be halted by mechanical blocking. If it is switched off electronically the motor is disconnected from the mains voltage through the electronics of the HYDROVAR but is not potential-free in the circuit.
In addition voltage fluctuations, especially power failures can cause the system to switch off itself. Repair of faults can cause the motor to start up again!
The system may only be put into operation when it has been grounded. In addition, equipotential bonding of all pipes must be ensured.
The operating instructions must be read, understood and followed by the operating personnel. We point out that we accept no liability for damage and operating disorders which are the result of non-compliance with the operating instructions.
High voltage tests of the HYDROVAR or the motor may damage the electronic components! Hence bridge the in- and outgoing terminals L1 - L2 - L3 - U- V-W before. To avoid incorrect metering by capacitors incorporated in the electronic part isolate the motor from the HYDROVAR.
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Transport, Handling, Storage, Disposal:
Check the HYDROVAR immediately upon delivery/receipt of dispatch for damage or
missing parts
The HYDROVAR unit must be transported carefully and by competent personnel.
Avoid serious impacts
NOTICE!
The use of the WEEE-Symbol indicates that this product may not be treated as household waste. Dispose of all packing materials and the unit in accordance with local regulations. For more detailed information about the recycling of this product, please contact your local authority, your household waste disposal service provider ort he shop where you purchased the product.
CAUTION!
CAUTION!
WARNING!
Lifting aids (stacker, crane, crane mounting device, lifting blocks, sling ropes, etc.) must have the proper dimensions so that they can bear the weight of the HYDROVAR.
It is not allowed to carry the HYDROVAR around by using the connected cables. Do not damage the cable during transport (do not squeeze, bend or drag). The cable ends must be kept dry.
Do not stand underneath suspended loads
take note of the general regulations on prevention of accidents
The HYDROVAR must be secured against tipping over and slipping until it
has been fixed in its final location.
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2 System Design
The following diagrams show typical single pump and multi-pump systems using the HYDROVAR control unit. Connection can be made directly to a water supply. In such a case, a pressure switch on the suction side should be used.
Single Pump Layout Multi Pump Layout
(1) pump with HYDROVAR (2) diaphragm tank (3) distribution panel
(4) gate valve (5) non return valve (6) low water control
(7) pressure gauge (8) pressure transmitter (9) drain tap
2.1 Pressure tank
A diaphragm pressure tank is used on the discharge side of the pump to maintain pressure in the line when there is no demand. This will keep the pumps from continuing to run at zero demand. With the HYDROVAR, it isn’t necessary to have a large tank for supply purposes. The tank must be permitted and suitable for systems pressure. The tank should have a capacity of min. 10% of the maximum system flow rate [l/min] of one pump (also valid for multi-pump system).
Example: Maximum flow rate of the pump = 250 litres per minute Minimum volume of the tank = 250 x 0.10 = 25 litres
The pre-charge pressure of the tank can be determined in the following table:
required pressure (bar)
precharge pressure (bar)
NOTICE:
To check and set the right pre-charge pressure, please make the tank pressure less before.
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3 Technical Data
HYDROVAR Power Supply
Type Rated
output
Voltage limits
48-62 Hz
Rated
current input
line protection
max.
Maximum
connection
HV [kW] [V] [A] [A] [mm²]
2.1f 1,5 12,7 20
2.2f 2,2
1x220-240 -10% +15%
16,5 25
10
3.2f 2,2 6,3 13
3.3f 3 7.4 13
3.4f 4
3x380-460 ± 15%
9,5 16
10
3.5f 5,5 12,6 20
3.7f 7,5 16,3 25
3.11f 11
3x380-460 ± 15%
23,2 32
10
3.15e 15 31,6 40
3.18e 18,5 39 50
3.22e 22
3x380-460 -15% +10%
46,3 63
25
3.30e 30 61 80
3.37e 37 74,7 100
3.45e 45
3x380-460 -15% +10%
89,5 125
50
HYDROVAR Output to the motor
Type Rated
Output
Max. Voltage
Output
Rated Current
output
Motor connection cables
HV [kW] [V] [A] mm²
2.1f 1,5 7
2.2f 2,2
3x Uin
10
4x1,5 – 4x4
3.2f 2,2 5,7
3.3f 3 7
3.4f 4
3x Uin
9
4x1,5 – 4x4
3.5f 5,5 13,5
3.7f 7,5 17
3.11f 11
3x Uin
23
3.15e 15 30
3.18e 18,5 37
3.22e 22
3x Uin
43 4x10 - 4x25
4x2,5 – 4x6
4x6 – 4x25
3.30e 30 58 4x25 – 4x50
3.37e 37 71
3.45e 45
3x Uin
85
3x35+1x25 – 4x50
Make sure that the Hydrovar’s electrical data match those of the electric pump. Improper combinations may cause malfunctions and fail to ensure the protection of the electric motor.
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The rated current of the motor must be lower than the rated current of the Hydrovar to prevent overheating or shutdown due to “OVERLOAD”.
The max. output current of the HYDROVAR could reach 110% of the nominal current for max. 10 sec. before the error “Overload” will occur.
Ambient temperature:
0° C ... +40°C At higher temperatures a reduction of the output current or the use of the next HYDROVAR type is necessary.
110 100
90 80 70 60 50 40
max. output current [%]
30 20 10
0
0 102030405060
max. ambient temperature [°C]
o Protect the HYDROVAR against direct sunlight! o Outdoor installation without protection of the
HYDROVAR is not permitted!
Storage temperature:
Humidity:
Air pollution:
Altitude:
Class of protection:
Certifications:
-25° .C ... +55° C (+70°C during max. 24 hours.)
RH max. 50% at 40°C, unlimited RH max. 90% at 20°C, max. 30 days per year 75% average per year (Class F) Condensation is not permitted!
The air may contain dry dust as found in workshops where there is no excessive quantity of dust due to machines. Excessive amounts of dust, acids, corrosive gases, salts etc. are not permitted
max. 1000m above sea level At sites over 1000 m above sea level, the maximum output power has to be derated by 1% for every additional 100m. If the installation site is higher than 2000 m above sea level, please contact your local distributor.
HV2.1 - HV3.11f IP 55 (NEMA 4) HV3.15 - HV3.45e IP 54 (NEMA 12)
CE, UL, C-Tick, cU
L
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The HYDROVAR complies with the general EMC regulations and is tested according to the following standards:
High Frequency Field Interference
Electrostatic Discharge
Radio interference Suppression
ENV 50204
EN 61000-4
EN 61000-6-1 (2002) EN 61000-6-2 (2002) EN 61000-6-3 (2002) EN 61000-6-4 (2002)
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4 Dimensions and Weights
HV 2.1/2.2/3.2/3.3/3.4 f
All dimensions in millimetres! Drawings are not in scale!
Type Weight HV +
WM-Kit
[kg] [kg]
HV 2.1f
6,80
HV 2.2f HV 3.2f HV 3.3f HV 3.4f
5,80
8,40
a … centre-distance between the HYDROVAR 300 [mm] b … expansion space for maintenance 120 [mm]
Wall-mounting version: high: 265 [mm] width: 195 [mm] depth: 195 [mm]
Mounting space around the HYDROVAR:
150 [mm]
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HV 3.5/3.7/3.11 f
All dimensions in millimetres! Drawings are not in scale!
Type Weight HV +
WM-Kit
[kg] [kg]
HV 3.5f HV 3.7f HV 3.11f
10,00 12,60
a … centre-distance between the HYDROVAR 430 [mm] b … expansion space for maintenance 120 [mm]
Wall-mounting version: high: 305 [mm] width: 280 [mm] depth: 280 [mm]
Mounting space around the HYDROVAR: 150 [mm]
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HV 3.15/3.18/3.22 e
Type Weight HV +
WM-Kit
[kg] [kg]
HV 3.15e 40,00 HV 3.18e 40,00 HV 3.22e
29,00
40,00
All dimensions in millimetres! Drawings are not in scale!
a … centre-distance between the HYDROVAR 550 [mm] b … expansion space for maintenance 300 [mm] max. diameter of the motor fan cover 385 [mm]
Wall-mounting version:
Mounting space: - above: 300 [mm]
- beside: 200 [mm]
- below: 150 [mm]
Wall-mounting version [mm] High 430 wide 365 deep 361
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HV 3.30/3.37/3.45 e
Not available as motor-mounted version!
All dimensions in millimetres! Drawings are not in scale!
Type Weight
[kg]
HV 3.30e 57,00 HV 3.37e 57,00 HV 3.45e 60,00
Mounting space above: Beside and below the HYDROVAR:
500 [mm] 150 [mm]
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5 Mechanical mounting of the HYDROVAR unit on the motor
5.1 Included mounting material
Included
components
Cable gland Cable gland Closing gland PTC
Motor
Center-
piece
Terminals
for max.
[mm²]
M M M M M PG PG M M PG PG 12 16 20 25 40 16 29 12 16 16 29
Cable
diameter
[mm]
HV-type
2.1-3.4 f 2 (3) 2 2 3 1 1 1 10
3.5-3.11 f 2 (3) 2 2 3 1 1 1 10
3.15-3.22 e 0 (2) 1 (2) 1 1 1 25
3.30-3.45 e 2 (3) 2 (2) 2 (2) 3 1 1 50
3,5-7 4,5-10 7-13 9-17 19-28 9-14 14-25
( ) max. available cable entries
5.2 Optional components
5.2.1 Fittings
Mounting clamps for motor-mounting 4 pieces per set
Mounting ring
(only available for HV 1.15-3.11f)
Mounting ring
Available for the diameters: 140 mm 155 mm
CAUTION!
If you use a motor with plastic fan cover, you have to use a steel mounting ring.
Distance-bushes
Distance - bushes which are mounted between the HYDROVAR and the motor fan cover. Different bushes are available, which depends to the output and the type of the motor. (only necessary for the types HV 3.15-3.22e)
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45° Adapter
Available for HV 2.1 – 3.11f
Remote Display
Available for HV 2.1 – 3.11f
5.2.2 Bus interface
MODBUS
for installation in the
HYDROVAR
for external installation
– switching cabinet
for external installation –
wall mounting
5.2.3 Sensors (4-20mA)
pressure-transducer
differential-pressure-transducer
level-sensor
temperature-sensor
flow indicator
(orifice plate, inductive flow metering)
5.2.4 Filter
Motor-coils
Line-coils
EMC Filter (see chapter 6.2 EMV)
5.2.5 Motor cables for direct-installation
Available for HV 2.1f – 3.22e
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5.3 Assemble Instruction
HV 2.1f – HV 3.11f
3 screws (to fix the cover)
Gasket
Display (changeable by 180°)
4 Screws M5x60
4 Mounting clamps
HYDROVAR - cover
Centre bit
Motor fan cover
Motor
Motorcable
Motor conduit box
PTC
Pressure transmitter
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To remove the HYDROVAR – cover, open the 3 fastening screws.
o Be careful not to lose the small gaskets! o Ensure that there is no water on the unit before you open the cover. o Be careful not to damage the connecting cable!
Position the HYDROVAR on the motor fan cover.
Try to centre it as good as possible using the rubber centre bit.
If you use a motor with plastic fan cover, you have to use a steel mounting ring.
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Install the HYDROVAR on the motor fan cover by using the mounting brackets, the four
screws and the related washers.
Make sure the converter is well centred and then tighten the four screws.
Tighten each fastening screw until the two bottom teeth in the brackets start to grip the
fan cover.
After connecting the electrical components, mount the cover on the HYDROVAR and
tighten the three fastening screws.
o Make sure of a good connection of the connecting cable and the ground wire. o Control the gasket of the HYDROVAR and don’t forget to install the gaskets of the
fastening screws.
o Ensure that the mounting of the cable glands is done properly and use closing glands
for cable-bushings which aren’t used.
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HV 3.15e – HV 3.22e
HYDROVAR - cover
Display-unit (8 fixing- screws)
4 screws (to fix the cover)
Motor fan cover
4 fixing screws
Motor
Motorcable
Motor conduit box
Pressure transmitter
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Position the HYDROVAR at the motor, try to centre it as good as possible and prepare the
boreholes for the fixing screws.
o Ensure that the position of the display is correct
If it is necessary, Display is changeable by 180°
Working process to turn the control-board:
- to turn the control-board you have to disconnect the connection to the power- board
- open the 4 hexagonal bolts (use a 7mm socket wrench) and turn the control-board
- mount the control-board and connect the 40 pin-plug to the power-board
o remove the motor-fan-cover if you have to install the HYDROVAR horizontal
Mount the HYDROVAR by using the suitable fixing screws (M8), distance bushes and screw-
nuts (this should be self-locking) at the motor-fan-cover
o If the HYDROVAR is mounted horizontal, a additional bracing may be required
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6 Electrical installation and wiring
All installations and maintenance have to be performed by properly trained and qualified personal with proper tools!!
In case of a failure, disconnect or switch off electrical power and wait 5 minutes for capacitor discharge before servicing the HYDROVAR. Otherwise it can cause shock, burns or death.
6.1 Means of protection
Ask your power supply company which means of protection are required.
Applicable:
Protective earthing:
protective earthing
AC and DC residual current operated protective devices (RCD)
TN systems
Please note that there can be a current to earth due to the capacitors in the input filter.
A suitable protection unit has to be selected (according local regulations).
Residual current device (RCD):
When using an RCD, make sure that it also releases in the event of a short circuit inside the
DC-part of the HYDROVAR to earth!
o single phase HYDROVAR => use pulse sensitive RCDs o three phase HYDROVAR => use AC/DC sensitive RCDs
The RCD has to be installed according local regulations!
Automatic circuit breaker:
Use automatic circuit breaker with C-type characteristic curve
Rating of the line-protection (see chapter 3. Technical Data)
Internal protective devices of the HYDROVAR:
The malfunctions short circuit, under- and over-voltage and the overheating of the
electronic components (overload) are controlled by the HYDROVAR.
External protective devices:
Additional protective functions like motor overheat and low water protection, are
controlled by external equipment.
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