UD55

UD55

UD55 Unidrive Small Option Module Cloning Interface

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Part NumberUD55
ManufacturerControl Techniques
SeriesUnidrive
Weight1lb
TypeOption Modules
Warranty1 year

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Additional Information

The UD55 Cloning Small Option Module can store up to eight parameters-sets which contain all the read–write parameters for a Drive, and include those in Menus 16 & 20, when applicable. These parameter sets can be individually recalled for loading onto the same or another drive.

The cloning of drives can only be performed when the operating mode (Open-loop, Closed-loop Vector, Servo or Regen) of the destination drive is the same as that of the source drive. The UD55 must be fitted in the small option module bay of the Unidrive. All connections to the drive are made by a multi-way connector. Connections from external equipment are made to a plug-in 16-way screw-terminal block on the option module. Some parameters have a profound effect on the operation of the Unidrive. They must not be altered without careful consideration of the impact on the controlled system. Measures must be taken to prevent unwanted changes due to error or tampering.

UD55 Installation

  1. Disconnect the AC supply from the Drive.
  2. Check that the exterior of the UD55 is not damaged, and that the multi-way connector is free from dirt and debris. Do not fit a damaged or dirty UD55 in a Unidrive.
  3. Remove the terminal cover from the Drive.
  4. If a small option module is already fitted in the Unidrive, grip the recesses at the ends of the module and pull the module out of the Drive. Keep the module for re-fitting.
  5. Position the multi-way connector on the rear of the UD55 over the connector in the Drive (see figure below), and press on the thumb pad to push the UD55 into place.
UD55 Installation
UD55 Diagram

 

Saving Parameters

If the Drive trips and a trip code is displayed while this procedure is being followed, ensure that all the required parameters have been set up in the source Drive and that new parameter values have been saved. If a small option module was fitted in the Drive, its associated Menu 16 parameters will be copied to the UD55 in addition to the parameters in the other menus.

  1. Insert the UD55 in the source Drive (refer to Chapter 3, Inserting theUD55 in a Drive).
  2. Ensure terminal 30 of the Drive Signal connector is open-circuit so that the Drive does not become enabled when powered-up.
  3. On the UD55 connector, connect terminal 40 directly to terminal 41 to enable the save function (see Figure 2).
  4. Re-fit the terminal cover to the Drive.
  5. Connect the AC supply to the Drive.
  6. Decide which parameter-set number is to be used in the UD55. If a parameter-set already contains parameter values, these will be over-written without warning.
  7. Set parameter .00 (in any menu) at 300X, where X is the required parameter-set number (1 to 8).
  8. Press . The parameter values are now copied (saved) to the UD55.
    Saving takes approximately 5 seconds. When it has finished, parameter .00 returns to zero.
  9. It is recommended that parameter 11.38 is set at the number of the parameter-set (value of X in step 7) and the value of parameter 11.40 UD55 full parameter check sum noted, as a means of identifying the parameter-set at a later date.
  10. Disconnect the AC supply from the Drive.
  11. Remove the terminal cover.
  12. Disconnect the link between terminals 40 and 41 on the UD55 connector.
  13. Remove the UD55 from the Drive.
  14. If a small option module was previously fitted in the Drive, re-fit the module.
  15. Replace the terminal cover.
  16. The drive can now be used.

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