REGEN.TEST can be used to check for an open circuit condition, e.g. cable not connected properly or misconfiguration of expected regen resistance to actual connected one.
- Drive must be disabled
- Mains need to be connected
The regen is configured by the following keywords:
- REGEN.TESTTO: sets a test timeout in ms.
- REGEN.TESTVTHRESH: defines a VBUS.VALUE threshold value in percentage for the algorithm to pass the test.
When the command is executed, the inrush relay is opened, and the dc bus (VBUS.VALUE) is discharged via the regen resistor until either the VBUS.VALUE has reached the percentage value defined in REGEN.TESTVTHRESH or the timeout defined in REGEN.TESTTO has been reached. The maximum power used during this test procedure is 50% of the selected regen resistor constant power rating (REGEN.WATTEXT).
When the timeout has been reached, the F634 is thrown and the power stage is disabled.
The following graph shows this test procedure. In this example, a regen resistor with 6000 Watt is connected and the dc bus voltage is around 590 Volts, before executing the REGEN.TEST command. The REGEN.TESTVHTRESH is set to 80%.
When the command is executed and dc bus voltage is discharged via the connected regen resistor, the used regen power is around 3000 Watt and the dc bus is discharged to a value around 472 Volts (which is 80% of the start value). The regen is discharged before the timeout (REGEN.TESTTO) is reached; therefore, the test passed and the bus is charged again normally.
|Description||Test if regen resistor is connected properly.|
|AKD with Position Indexer||Yes|
|AKD sercos® III||Yes|
*In SynqNet, a parameter may be available in the firmware but have no effect on the system. See SynqNet Supported Parameters.
If your drive type is listed as supported but no index, address, or instance number is listed, then this parameter is accessible through WorkBench, but not over your fieldbus type.