I am looking into using ATV212's one a project on the near future and wondering if any body would be able to answer the following?
The run permissive setting on these inverters, is it able to be set to operate across 2 on the logic inputs so that both would need to be made in order for the inverter to start and if either/both went open circuit it would then stop?
Thanks for any help people are able to provide.
Sorry, I am really not sure on this, and I do not have any 212 to test on.
With SoMove in offline mode, it is possible to assign Run permissive to all 3 Logical Inputs (parameters F111-F113) But if this will work as an AND or OR function I do not know. My guess is AND but I would recommend to test the setup on a drive first.
Bear in mind that Run permissive is active by default setting 1 in parameter F110 Logic function 2 active.
On the other hand, if you assign Run permissive to one input and Forward to another input that is definitely an AND function that requires both inputs to be closed before the drive starts the motor.
A rapid clarification on Schneider Electric documentation for drives, generally for drives, the complete pannel consist in a Programming manual and also an installation manual. The information you need can be found for a part in the installation manual where you have a complete drawing of drives and all around.
ATV212 can start motor with only one contact validadtion, it will bring +24V to F or R and then the motor will start in Forward or Reverse. the RES terminal will be for reset a detected fault for example.
All those Digital input are totally programmable, and explanation of those possibility are explained inside programming manual.
Installation : : https://www.se.com/fr/fr/download/document/S1A53832/
Programming : https://www.se.com/us/en/download/document/S1A53838/
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