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Sleep Wake up
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(1)Sleep Offset Thres. [SLE] – Frequency above low speed at which the drive wakes up.
Set Low speed timeout [tSL]
Set Low speed [LSP]
Set Sleep Offset Thres. [SLE]
Following operation at LSP +SLE for a defined period
Low speed [LSP] = 20
Low speed timeout [tSL] = 60
Sleep Offset Thres. [SLE] = 10
The drive will sleep when the drive runs at low speed for 60 seconds
The drive will wake up when the speed reference is 30 hz.
(2)[rSL] Restart error threshold – The difference between the setpoint [rPI] and the feedback [rPF].
To wakeup the drive, the PID error [rPE] must equal the Restart error threshold [rSL].
If Setpoint [rPI] = 500 and Error [rSL] = 30
The drive will wake up when the PID error [rPE] is 30 below the Setpoint [rPI].
(3)[UPP] Restart feedback threshold – The actual setpoint at which the drive will wake up.
To wake up the drive the PID Feedback will be equal to the PID Wakeup Thres [UPP].
If Setpoint [rPI] = 500 and Wakeup thres. [UPP] = 470
The drive will wake up when the PID Feedback [rPF] = 470.