Configuring Altivar 320 for Start/Stop via Terminals and AI3 for Speed | Schneider Electric Support

Configuring Altivar 320 for Start/Stop via Terminals and AI3 for Speed | Schneider Electric Support


[MUSIC PLAYING] In this video, I will show
you how to program the ATV320 drive to run using terminal
control, for two-wire control, and use the 4 to 20 milliamps
reference speed on AI3 and common as a way of ramping
up your motor or down your motor. From your main display, you want to
enter and go down to Configuration. Enter. Now you want to enter on Full. And now you want to scroll
down and look for CTL Menu. Enter. And like I said before, you want to
use your AI3 a means of a 0 to 20 or a 4 to 20 speed reference. So the speed reference
parameter is FR1, and you want to change that when you enter. You want to make it AI3. Make sure you press Enter to
change that effect, that value. And once you’re back to FR1,
you want to scroll down. And you can choose to set
your profile as separate. I mean, since the terminals and
your AI3 are the same channel, the same terminals, it’s the
same channel, technically. So in a way, you don’t have
the change your profile to separate or not separate. But if you like, just change this
CCF parameter to SEP if not already, wouldn’t hurt it. And also make sure that when you have
done that, the parameter CD1, which is your actual channel
for starting and stopping, is [INAUDIBLE],, which is
what it is from the factory. And one more thing I want
to show you is to change the scaling of your AI3 analog input,
you can escape back to the CTL menu, once you’re done programming
the Command menu. Once you see that, turn
counterclockwise to I_O Enter. And you will have some functions in
here where you can adjust your scaling. So for example, you can do a AI3
dash sub menu within the I_O menu where you can change your AI3 type,
which is your– was it milliamps? Is it a 4 to to 20? Is it a 0 to 20, as an example? You can also give it the
low scaling as a bias, which is you want a 4 milliamps as an example,
or I guess you want to do a 0 to 20 instead of 4 to 20. But regardless, you can always come
into this menu AI3 dash under I_O just to change changes scaling
of your analog input 3. And the I_O menu, of course,
is under your Full menu. So if you ever are lost, just
escape back to your main screen, and I want Conf. That’s where most of the parameters are
located, and you want to go to Full. And this is where you have the I_O
menu and the Control menu listed here, as we talked about. And this is how you
program the ATV320 drive as a means of starting and
stopping from terminal mode and using the AI3 as a means of
control the drive for the 20 milliamps reference. [MUSIC PLAYING]

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