TRANSISTORIZED INVERTER
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
PARAMETER UNIT
TRANSISTORIZED INVERTER
FR-PU04
IB(NA)-66807-C(0212) MDOC Printed in Japan
Specifications subject to change without notice.
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
HEAD OFFICE:MITSUBISHI DENKI BLDG MARUNOUCHI TOKYO 100-8310
FR-PU04
PRE-OPERATION Chapter 1
INFORMATION
FUNCTIONS Chapter 2
FR-PU04
PARAMETER UNIT
STF FWD
HELP Chapter 3
PU
PU
MON
SET
EXT
HELP
SHIFT
ESC
7
8
9
4
5
6
FWD
1
2
3
REV
0
READ
WRITE
OPERATION Chapter 4
STOP
RESET
SPECIFICATION Chapter 5
Thank you for choosing the Mitsubishi transistorized inverter option unit.
This instruction manual gives handling information and precautions for use of this
equipment. Incorrect handling might cause an unexpected fault. Before using the
equipment, please read this manual carefully to use the equipment to its optimum.
Please forward this manual to the end user.
This instruction manual uses the International System of Units (SI). The measuring
units in the yard and pound system are indicated in parentheses as reference
values.
This section is specifically about safety matters.
Do not attempt to install, operate, maintain or inspect this product until you have
read through this instruction manual and appended documents carefully and can use
the equipment correctly. Do not use this product until you have a full knowledge of
the equipment, safety information and instructions.
In this instruction manual, the safety instruction levels are classified into "WARNING"
and "CAUTION".
WARNING
Assumes that incorrect handling may cause hazardous
conditions, resulting in death or severe injury.
CAUTION
Assumes that incorrect handling may cause hazardous
conditions, resulting in medium or slight injury, or may
cause physical damage only.
CAUTION level may lead to a serious consequence according
Note that the
to conditions. Please follow the instructions of both levels because they are
important to personnel safety.
A-1
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1. Electric Shock Prevention
WARNING
! Do not run the inverter with the front cover removed. Otherwise, you may access
exposed high voltage terminals or charging devices and get an electric shock.
! Any person who is involved in the wiring or inspection of this equipment should
be fully competent to do the work.
! Always install the inverter before wiring. Otherwise, you may get an electric
shock or be injured.
! Operate the keys with dry hands to prevent an electric shock.
2. Additional Instructions
To prevent injury, damage or product failure, please note the following points.
(1) Transportation and mounting
CAUTION
! Do not install and operate the parameter unit (FR-PU04) if it is damaged or has
parts missing.
! Do not stand or rest heavy objects on this equipment.
! Check the inverter mounting orientation is correct.
! The parameter unit (FR-PU04) is a precision device. Do not drop it or subject it
to impact.
! Use the product under the following environmental conditions:
Environment
Ambient temperature
Ambient humidity
Storage temperature
Ambience
Altitude, vibration
Conditions
-10°C to +50°C (non-freezing)
90%RH or less (non-condensing)
-20°C to +65°C *
Indoors (free from corrosive gas, flammable gas, oil mist, dust
and dirt)
Max. 1000m above sea level, 5.9m/s2 or less (conforming to
JIS C 0040)
* Temperatures applicable for a short time, e.g. in transit.
A-2
(2) Test operation and adjustment
CAUTION
! Before starting operation, confirm and adjust the parameters. A failure to do so
may cause some machines to make unexpected motions.
(3) Usage
WARNING
! The
STOP
RESET
key is only valid when function setting has been made. Provide an
emergency stop switch separately.
! Make sure that the start signal is off before resetting the alarm. A failure to do so
may restart the motor suddenly.
! Do not modify the equipment.
CAUTION
! When parameter clear or all parameter clear is performed, each parameter
returns to the factory setting. Re-set the required parameters before starting
operation.
(4) Corrective actions for alarm
CAUTION
! Provide safety backup devices, such as an emergency brake, to protect
machines and equipment from hazard if the parameter unit (FR-PU04) becomes
faulty.
(5) Disposal
CAUTION
! Treat as industrial waste.
(6) General instruction
All illustrations given in this manual may have been drawn with covers or safety
guards removed to provide in-depth description. Before starting operation of the
product, always return the covers and guards into original positions as specified
and operate the equipment in accordance with the manual.
A-3
1 PRE-OPERATION INFORMATION
1
1.1 Overview .................................................................................................................... 1
1.1.1 Appearance and parts identification ...................................................................... 1
1.1.2 Explanation of the keys ......................................................................................... 1
1.2 Installation and Removal ............................................................................................ 3
1.2.1 Installation ............................................................................................................. 3
(1) Installation to the inverter A500 F500 E500 -NA -EC -CH
S500 -NA -EC -CH F500J -CH C500 ........................................................... 3
(2) Using the connection cable (FR-CB2) for connection................................................ 3
1.2.2 Removal ................................................................................................................ 4
(1) Removal from the inverter A500 F500 E500 -NA -EC -CH
S500 -NA -EC -CH F500J -CH
C500 ........................................................... 4
(2) Removal when the connection cable (FR-CB2) is used ............................................ 4
1.3 Parameters to Be Checked First ................................................................................ 5
1.3.1 PU display language selection (Pr. 145) ............................................................... 5
1.3.2 PU buzzer control (Pr. 990)................................................................................... 5
1.3.3 PU contrast adjustment (Pr. 991) .......................................................................... 5
2 FUNCTIONS
6
2.1 Monitoring Function.................................................................................................... 6
2.1.1 Display overview ................................................................................................... 6
(1) Main monitor ............................................................................................................. 6
(2) PU level meter A500 F500 E500 -NA -EC -CH S500 -NA -EC -CH
F500J -CH C500 ................................................................................................ 6
(3) Rotation direction monitoring .................................................................................... 6
(4) Operating status indication........................................................................................ 6
(5) Operation mode indication ........................................................................................ 7
(6) Unit indication ........................................................................................................... 7
(7) Alarm indication ........................................................................................................ 7
2.1.2 Using the
SHIFT
key to change the main screen.................................................... 8
2.1.3 Setting the first priority screen (first screen) .......................................................... 8
2.1.4 Using the
HELP
key to change the main screen A500
E500 -NA -EC -CH S500 -NA -EC -CH F500J -CH
F500
C500 ....................... 9
2.1.5 Using the “PU main display data selection parameter” to change the screen..... 10
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Contents
- CONTENTS -
2.2 Frequency Setting .................................................................................................... 11
2.2.1 Direct setting ....................................................................................................... 11
2.2.2 Step setting ......................................................................................................... 11
2.2.3 Precautions for frequency setting........................................................................ 12
2.3 Setting and Changing the Parameter Values ........................................................... 13
2.3.1 Direct setting ....................................................................................................... 13
2.3.2 Step setting ......................................................................................................... 14
2.3.3 Function-by-function parameter setting
S500 -NA -EC -CH F500J -CH
A500
F500 E500 -NA -EC -CH
C500 ........................................................ 15
2.3.4 User parameter registration and deletion
A500
F500 E500 -NA -EC -CH
S500 -NA -EC -CH F500J -CH C500 ........................................................ 16
(1) Confirmation ........................................................................................................... 16
(2) Registration............................................................................................................. 17
(3) Deletion................................................................................................................... 18
2.3.5 Precautions for setting write ................................................................................ 18
2.4 Calibration of the Meter (Frequency Meter).............................................................. 19
2.4.1 Calibration of the FM terminal
A500
S500 -NA -EC -CH F500J -CH
2.4.2 Calibration of the AM terminal
C500 ........................................................ 19
A500
S500 -NA -EC -CH F500J -CH
F500 E500 -NA -EC -CH
F500 E500 -NA -EC -CH
C500 ........................................................ 20
2.5 Adjustment of the frequency setting signals "bias" and "gain" ................................. 23
2.5.1 Adjustment procedure A500
F500 E500 -NA -EC -CH
S500 -NA -EC -CH F500J -CH C500 ........................................................ 23
(1) Adjust only the bias and gain frequencies and not adjust the voltage ..................... 24
(2) Any point is adjusted with a voltage applied across terminals 2-5 ........................... 26
(3) Any point is adjusted without a voltage applied across terminals 2-5 ...................... 28
2.6 Copy and Verify Functions ....................................................................................... 30
2.6.1 Copying the parameter settings .......................................................................... 30
2.6.2 Verifying the parameters ..................................................................................... 31
3 HELP
32
3.1 Overview of the Help Functions ............................................................................... 32
3.1.1 Help function menu ............................................................................................. 32
3.1.2 Help function display data ................................................................................... 33
3.2 Operation Procedures for the Help Functions .......................................................... 36
II
3.2.2 Selection of PU operation (direct input)............................................................... 38
3.2.3 Selection of the PU jog operation mode A500 F500 E500 -NA -EC -CH
S500 -NA -EC -CH F500J -CH C500 ........................................................ 39
(1) Calling from the help function menu........................................................................ 39
(2) Calling the key operation guide directly................................................................... 39
3.2.4 Parameters.......................................................................................................... 40
(1) "2 Pr. List" ............................................................................................................... 41
(2) Display of "3 Set Pr. List" A500 F500 E500 -NA -EC -CH
S500 -NA -EC -CH F500J -CH C500 ......................................................... 42
(3) Display of "4 Def. Pr. List" A500 F500 E500 -NA -EC -CH
S500 -NA -EC -CH F500J -CH C500 ......................................................... 42
(4) Display of "5 Def. Pr. List 2" A500 F500 E500 -NA -EC -CH
S500 -NA -EC -CH F500J -CH C500 ......................................................... 42
3.2.5 Parameter Clear.................................................................................................. 43
3.2.6 Alarm History....................................................................................................... 44
3.2.7 Alarm Clear ......................................................................................................... 45
3.2.8 Inverter Reset...................................................................................................... 46
3.2.9 Troubleshooting A500
F500 E500 -NA -EC -CH S500 -NA -EC -CH
F500J -CH C500 ............................................................................................ 47
(1) Troubleshooting guidance ....................................................................................... 48
3.2.10 Selectop A500 F500 E500 -NA -EC -CH S500 -NA -EC -CH
F500J -CH
C500 ............................................................................................ 51
3.2.11 Option................................................................................................................ 52
3.3 Other Precautions .................................................................................................... 53
3.3.1 Precautions for parameter unit operation ............................................................ 53
(1) Precautions for the digit count and decimal point of input value.............................. 53
(2) Other indications ..................................................................................................... 53
(3) Power-on indication................................................................................................. 53
4 OPERATION
54
4.1 Operation Modes...................................................................................................... 54
4.1.1 How to select the operation mode....................................................................... 54
(1) Switching from external operation mode [EXT] to PU operation mode [PU].................... 54
(2) Switching from PU operation mode [PU] to external operation mode [EXT] ......................... 54
(3) Switching to the external / PU combined operation mode ....................................... 54
4.2 PU Operation ........................................................................................................... 56
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Contents
3.2.1 Monitor function................................................................................................... 36
4.2.1 Ordinary operation............................................................................................... 56
4.2.2 PU jog operation A500
F500J -CH
F500 E500 -NA -EC -CH S500 -NA -EC -CH
C500 ............................................................................................ 57
4.3 Combined Operation (Operation using external input signals and PU).................... 58
4.3.1 Entering the start signal from outside and setting the running frequency from the
PU (Pr. 79=3) ...................................................................................................... 58
4.3.2 Entering the running frequency from outside and making start and stop from the
PU (Pr. 79 = 4) .................................................................................................... 59
4.3.3 Entering the start signal and multi-speed signal from outside and setting multiple
speeds from the PU ............................................................................................ 60
5 SPECIFICATION
61
5.1 Specifications ........................................................................................................... 61
5.1.1 Standard specifications ....................................................................................... 61
5.1.2 Outline drawing ................................................................................................... 62
5.1.3 Panel cutting drawing .......................................................................................... 62
IV
CHAPTER 1
PRE-OPERATION
INFORMATION
This chapter provides the basic "pre-operation information
(overview)" for use of this product.
Always read the instructions before using the equipment
1.1 Overview..................................................................... 1
1.2 Installation and Removal............................................. 3
Chapter 1
1.3 Parameters to Be Checked First................................. 5
The FR-PU04 can be used with the Mitsubishi transistorized
inverters. However, there are restrictions on some functions
depending on the model.
Note that the following representations are used in this
manual.
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
A500
Usable
F500
E500 -NA
Unusable Unusable
-EC -CH
Usable
S500
Usable
-NA
-EC -CH
Unusable
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
1.1 Overview
PRE-OPERATION INFORMATION
1 PRE-OPERATION INFORMATION
1.1 Overview
1.1.1 Appearance and parts identification
Unpack the parameter unit from the carton, check the name plate on the back, and
make sure that the product has not been damaged before using the equipment.
FR-PU04
PARAMETER UNIT
STF FWD
Monitor mode
selection key
Setting mode
selection key
Help mode
selection key
Shift key
Function and
number keys
(0 to 9)
PU
Connector
PU
MON
SET
EXT
HELP
SHIFT
ESC
7
8
9
4
5
6
FWD
1
2
3
REV
0
READ
WRITE
Monitor section
Wide liquid crystal screen
(13 characters 4 lines,
with backlight)
Interactive parameter setting
Help function, troubleshooting
guidance.
21 different monitor data
(frequency, current, power, etc.)
Operation mode selection key
Escape key
Frequency changing keys
Model
STOP
RESET
Operation command keys
Keys used to command
forward rotation, reverse
rotation and stop (reset at
alarm occurrence).
Write, read keys
1.1.2 Explanation of the keys
Key
Description
Used to select the parameter setting mode.
Used to display the main monitor.
Operation cancel key.
Used to select the help mode.
Used to shift to the next item in the setting or monitoring mode.
key
MON key
ESC key
HELP key
SHIFT key
SET
Number keys (
EXT
0 to 9 ) Used to enter a frequency, parameter number or set value.
Used to select the external operation mode.
key
PU key
and
Used to select the PU operation mode.
keys
Used to keep on increasing or decreasing the running
frequency. Hold down to vary the frequency.
Press either of these keys on the setting mode screen to change
the parameter setting sequentially.
On the monitoring, parameter or help menu screen, these keys
are used to move the cursor.
Hold down the SHIFT key and press either of these keys to
advance or return the display screen one page.
In the parameter copy or verify mode, the
verify key.
FWD
key
Forward rotation command key.
REV
key
Reverse rotation command key.
STOP
key
• Stop command key.
• Used as a reset key when an alarm occurs.
RESET
1
key is used as a
PRE-OPERATION INFORMATION
Key
WRITE
READ
key
key
Display
Connector
Description
• Used to write a set value in the setting mode.
• Used as a clear key in the all parameter clear or alarm history clear
mode.
Used also as a decimal point key.
Used as a parameter number read key in the setting mode.
Used as an item select key on the menu screen such as parameter list
or monitoring list.
Used as an alarm definition display key in the alarm history display
mode.
Used as a command voltage read key in the calibration mode.
13 character × 4 line liquid crystal display screen shows monitoring
data, such as frequency, motor current and I/O terminal states, as well
as troubleshooting guidance and other information.
Used for connection of the parameter unit with the inverter. You may
either connect the unit directly or use the connection cable (FR-CB2
)
for connection.
FR-PU04
Model
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION
MADE IN JAPAN
CAUTION
1.Do not use a sharp-pointed tool to push the keys.
2.The display is a liquid crystal display. Do not press your fingers against the display.
2
1
1.2 Installation and Removal
PRE-OPERATION INFORMATION
1.2 Installation and Removal
To ensure safety, install and remove the parameter unit after switching the power off.
1.2.1 Installation
(1) Installation to the inverter
A500
F500
E500 -NA -EC -CH S500 -NA -EC -CH F500J -CH
C500
1) Remove the operation panel (FR-DU04) and accessory cover.
2) Insert the parameter unit straight and fit it securely.
(2) Using the connection cable (FR-CB2) for connection
REMARKS
For details of the connection cable (FR-CB2), refer to the connection cable (FR-CB2)
instruction manual.
When connecting to the FR-A500/ F500/ E500 series.
1) Remove the operation panel.
2) Insert the cable plugs securely into the connectors of the inverter and
parameter unit (FR-PU04) along the cable guides until the stoppers are
actuated.
Joint connector
Tab
Tab
Tab
Tab
FR-A500 / F500 series.
FR-E500 series.
CAUTION
Install the operation panel only when the front cover is installed.
3
PRE-OPERATION INFORMATION
When connecting to the FR-S500/ F500J/ C500 series.
1) Remove the front cover.
2) Insert the cable plugs securely into the connectors of the inverter and
parameter unit (FR-PU04) along the cable guides until the tabs snap into
place.
connector
Tab
Tab
REMARKS
You can cut off the hook of the wiring cover
to perform the wiring.
You can insert or pull the connector with
the front cover installed.
hook
1
1.2.2 Removal
(1) Removal from the inverter
A500
F500
E500 -NA -EC -CH S500 -NA -EC -CH F500J -CH
Hold down the top button of the FR-PU04
and pull the parameter unit toward you,
using the catches as a support.
Catches
(2) Removal when the connection cable (FR-CB2) is used
Hold down the tab at the cable end and gently pull the plug.
4
C500
1.3 Parameters to Be Checked First
PRE-OPERATION INFORMATION
1.3 Parameters to Be Checked First
Change the following parameter settings as required.
For the changing procedures, refer to page 13.
1.3.1 PU display language selection (Pr. 145)
By setting the Pr. 145 "PU display language selection" value, you can select the
language displayed on the parameter unit.
Pr. 145 Setting
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Display Language
Japanese (factory setting of Japanese domestic version)
English (factory setting of NA version)
German
French
Spanish
Italian
Swedish
Finnish
1.3.2 PU buzzer control (Pr. 990)
By setting the Pr. 990 "PU buzzer control" value, you can select to either generate or
mute the "beep" which sounds when you press any of the parameter unit keys.
Pr.990 Setting
0
1
Description
No sound
Sound generated (factory setting)
1.3.3 PU contrast adjustment (Pr. 991)
By setting the Pr. 991 "PU contrast adjustment" value, you can adjust the contrast of
the parameter unit LCD.
Pr. 991 Setting
"0"
"63"
Light
Dark
0 to 63
Note:
If the
Inverter
FR-A500
FR-F500
FR-E500
WRITE
key is not pressed, the PU contrast setting is not stored.
Pr. 991 factory setting
53
53
58
Inverter
FR-S500
FR-F500J
FR-C500
5
Pr. 991 factory setting
58
58
58
CHAPTER 2
FUNCTIONS
This chapter describes the "functions" for use of this
product.
Always read the instructions before using the equipment.
2.1 Monitoring Function ........................................................6
2.2 Frequency Setting.........................................................11
2.3 Setting and Changing the Parameter Values ................13
Chapter 1
2.4 Calibration of the Meter (Frequency Meter) ..................19
2.5 Adjustment of the frequency setting signals
"bias" and "gain" ...........................................................23
Chapter 2
2.6 Copy and Verify Functions............................................30
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
2.1 Monitoring Function
FUNCTIONS
2 FUNCTIONS
2.1 Monitoring Function
2.1.1 Display overview
(2) PU level meter
(1) Main monitor
(7) Alarm indication
120.00
STF
FWD
OL
Hz
PU
(3) Rotation direction (4) Operating status
monitoring
indication
(6) Unit indication
(5) Operating mode
indication
(1) Main monitor
Shows the output frequency, output current, output voltage, alarm history and other
monitor data.
• Using the SHIFT key to change to the next screen (refer to page 8)
• Using the HELP key to change to the next screen (refer to page 9)
• Using Pr. 52 "PU main display data selection" to change the main screen (refer to
page 10)
(2) PU level meter
A500
F500
E500 -NA -EC -CH S500 -NA -EC -CH F500J -CH
C500
Setting the Pr. 53 "PU level display data selection" displays the data selected on the
5% graduated level meter.
Refer to the inverter instruction manual for details.
(3) Rotation direction monitoring
Indicates the direction of rotation of the motor.
STF : Forward rotation
STR: Reverse rotation
- - - : No command or both STF and STR on
(4) Operating status indication
Shows the operating status of the inverter.
STOP: During stop
FWD : During forward rotation
REV : During reverse rotation
JOGf : During job forward ratation
JOGr : During jog reverse rotation
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FUNCTIONS
(5) Operation mode indication
Displays the status of the operation mode.
EXT : External operation mode
PU : PU operation mode
EXTj : External jog mode
PUj : PU jog mode
NET : Link operation mode
PU+E : External / PU combined operation mode
PRG : Programmed operation mode
(6) Unit indication
Shows the unit of the main monitor.
(7) Alarm indication
Displays an inverter fault as an alarm.
CAUTION
This function varies with the inverter model.
---:
OL :
oL :
RB :
TH :
PS :
Normal
Stall (current)
Stall (voltage)
Regenerative brake pre-alarm
Electronic overcurrent protection pre-alarm
PU stop
7
2
FUNCTIONS
2.1.2 Using the
SHIFT
key to change the main screen
When "0" (factory setting) is set in Pr. 52 "PU main display data selection", merely
pressing the SHIFT key calls 6 different monitor screens in sequence.
Switch power on or press MON key.
First
First priority
monitor
(Output
Hz
frequency
--- STOP EXT
monitor)
0.00
SHIFT
SHIFT
Sixth
Second
(Output current
monitor)
0.00 A
--- STOP EXT
SHIFT
Third(*)
(Output voltage
monitor)
0.0 V
--- STOP EXT
A500
E500
-NA
F500
-EC
-CH
S500
-NA
-EC
-CH
F500J -CH
C500
(Alarm history
monitor)
0.00Hz
0.00A
0.0V
--- STOP EXT
(3-step monitor)
Up to 3 monitor
data types are
displayed in line
SHIFT
from top of the
Fifth
left column.
OTHERS
(Selective
<HELP>
monitor)
Setting the first
priority monitor
sets it here.
HELP
Refer to page 9
SHIFT
SHIFT
Fourth
ALARM HISTORY
<READ>
READ
SHIFT
1 UVT 5
2 UVT 6
3 7
4 8
*For the FR-S500 series, the third monitor is also output current monitor.
2.1.3 Setting the first priority screen (first screen)
Set the screen which appears first when power is switched on or the
pressed.
When you press the
WRITE
MON
key is
key with any screen other than ALARM HISTORY and
OTHERS being displayed, that screen is set as the first priority screen and will be
displayed first.
You cannot set "15 I/P Signal", "16 O/P Signal" or multiple simultaneous screens as
the first priority screen.
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FUNCTIONS
2.1.4 Using the
A500
HELP
F500
key to change the main screen
E500 -NA -EC -CH S500 -NA -EC -CH F500J -CH
C500
CAUTION
The functions vary with the inverter model. (Refer to page 32 for details of the help
functions.)
Example: Select the output current peak value monitor.
1) Press the MON key.
The parameter unit is placed in the monitoring mode.
0.00Hz
STOP PU
2) Press the HELP key.
The monitoring list appears.
1
2
3
4
Frequency
Current
Voltage
Alarm His
...... Hold down SHIFT and
3) Hold down the SHIFT key and press the
key twice,
press the
or
key twice.
then release the SHIFT key, and press the
key to shift the screen
(Moves the cursor to Peak I.)
one page.
4) Press the
READ
key.
The screen shown on the right appears.(*1)
0.00A
STOP EXT
5) Press the
WRITE
key.
The screen in step 4) is set as the first priority screen.
(*2)
*1.
...... Subsequently press
the SHIFT key to call
another monitor
screen.
The selective monitor screen is not yet the first priority screen in the above step
4) when the READ key was pressed. Hence, the selected item is erased from
memory as soon as the power is switched off or another operation mode (such
as external operation) is selected.
In this case, the item must be selected again in the above procedure.
When you press the WRITE key to select the first priority screen, the selected item
*2.
is stored in memory.
In step 5) where the
WRITE
key was pressed in the above setting example, the
"output current peak" selected here is first displayed with priority when the other
operation mode is switched to the monitoring mode. To give first priority to
another monitor screen, press the WRITE key with that monitor screen being
displayed. (Refer to page 8.)
REMARKS
Refer to page 32 for details of the help functions.
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2
FUNCTIONS
When "current monitor" or "power monitor" is selected
Note that any current or power not more than 5% of the rated inverter current cannot
be detected and displayed.
Example:When a small motor is used with a large-capacity inverter (a 0.4kW motor is
used with a 55kW inverter), power monitor is inoperative.
2.1.5 Using the “PU main display data selection parameter” to
change the screen
By setting the Pr. 52 value, you can change the "second" and "third" screen displays
from the first priority screen using the SHIFT key.
CAUTION
The functions vary with the inverter model. (Refer to the inverter instruction manual
for details of the “PU main display data selection parameter”.)
Inverter
FR-A500 series
FR-F500 series
FR-E500 series
FR-S500/F500J/
C500 series
Pr. 52 Setting
Setting values displayed in place Setting values displayed in
of output current monitor
place of output voltage monitor
19 (position pulse)
17 (load meter)
20 (cumulative energization time)
18 (motor excitation current)
22 (orientation status)
24 (motor load factor)
23 (actual operation time)
25 (cumulative power)
20 (cumulative energization time)
17 (load meter)
23 (actual operation time)
24 (motor load factor)
25 (cumulative power)
23 (actual operation time)
-
-
Factory setting
* The monitor displayed at powering on is the first priority monitor.
Refer to page 8 for the setting method of the first priority monitor.
First priority monitor
Second monitor
SHIFT
SHIFT
0.00 A
0.00Hz
MON
Third monitor
0.0V
STOP EXT
STOP EXT
(Output frequency monitor)
First
STOP EXT
(Output current monitor)
1)
Second
(Output voltage monitor)
2)
Third
1) For the set value of "17, 18, 24", their monitors are displayed at the second monitor
instead of output current monitor.
First priority monitor
Output frequency
monitor
SHIFT
Second monitor
Monitor of the set value
of "17, 18, 24"
SHIFT
Third monitor
Output voltage monitor
2) For the set value of "19 to 23, 25", their monitors are displayed at the third monitor
instead of output voltage monitor.
First priority monitor
Output frequency
monitor
SHIFT
Second monitor
Output current
monitor
10
SHIFT
Second monitor
Monitor of the set value
of "19 to 23, 25"
2.2 Frequency Setting
FUNCTIONS
2.2 Frequency Setting
Make this setting in the PU operation mode.
REMARKS
The external start signal (STF or STR) must not be ON to switch from external
operation mode to PU operation mode.
2.2.1 Direct setting
Operation procedure (Changing from 0Hz setting to 60Hz setting)
1) Press the PU key.
.......The frequency setting
screen appears.
DIRECTLY
Set
0.00Hz
2) Press the 6 and 0
.......Enter 60Hz.
DIRECTLY
Set
0.00Hz
60Hz
.......Register the 60Hz
setting. (Setting
complete)
DIRECTLY
60.00Hz
keys.
(Remarks)
3) Press the
WRITE
key.
REMARKS
If you entered an incorrect value, press the
ESC
Completed
key to return to the pre-entry state.
2.2.2 Step setting
1) Press the PU key.
2) Press the
/
.......The frequency setting
screen appears.
key to enter any value (60.00Hz).
(Remarks 1)
You can set any value between the maximum frequency
(Pr. 1) and minimum frequency (Pr. 2).
3) Press the
WRITE
key.
.......Register the 60Hz
setting. (Setting
complete)
DIRECTLY
Set
0.00Hz
DIRECTLY
Set
0.00Hz
60.00Hz
DIRECTLY
60.00Hz
Completed
REMARKS
1. If you entered an incorrect value, press the ESC key to return to the pre-entry
state.
2. During operation, you can also make the step setting to change the running
frequency. If you operate the
/
key in the monitor mode, however, the
frequency will not stop when you release the key but will further increase (or
decrease). (Since the
/
key is used to vary the preset frequency, the varied
frequency will differ from the output frequency.)
11
2
FUNCTIONS
2.2.3 Precautions for frequency setting
1) Pr. 79 "operation mode selection" must have been set to make the "PU operation
mode" valid.
2) In the monitor mode, you cannot make the setting directly (refer to page 11) to set
the running frequency. Perform the step setting (refer to page 11) and press the WRITE
key, or press the PU key to deselect the monitor mode before starting frequency
setting.
Monitor mode
Deselect monitor
mode
PU
30.00Hz
STF FWD PU
12
Frequency setting
screen
DIRECTLY
Set
30.00Hz
2.3 Setting and Changing the Parameter Values
FUNCTIONS
2.3 Setting and Changing the Parameter Values
The inverter has a number of parameters. Using the PU, you can choose parameters
required for operation and set and/or change their values as appropriate according to
the load and running conditions. Set "1" in Pr. 77 "parameter write inhibit selection" to
inhibit write.
CAUTION
The functions vary with the inverter. (Refer to the inverter instruction manual for
details of the parameters.)
2.3.1 Direct setting
Operation procedure (Example: Reading and writing the Pr. 8
"deceleration time" value)
1) Press the PU key.
DIRECTLY
Set
0.00Hz
The frequency setting screen appears.
2) Press the SET key.
The parameter unit enters the parameter setting mode.
SETTING MODE
Set Pr. NO.
FOR PR. List
<HELP>
3) Press the required parameter number 8 .
The screen on the right appears.
SETTING MODE
Pr. NO.
8
<READ>
4) Press the
READ
key.
8
Dec. T1
5. 0S
8
Dec. T1
5. 0S
180S
8
Dec. T1
180. 0S
The current setting appears on the display.
5) Enter the required value ( 1 8 0 ). (Example: To set
to 180s)
A new setting appears on the display.(*)
6) Press the WRITE key.
The setting is stored into memory.
If an error is displayed when you press the WRITE key, refer
to page 47.
7) Press the SHIFT key to move to the next parameter
(Pr. 9) and call the current setting. Then, press the
SHIFT key to advance to the next parameter.
Completed
9
Set THM
2. 55A
REMARKS
*If you entered an incorrect value, press the
13
ESC
key to return to the pre-entry state.
2
FUNCTIONS
POINT
Set and/or change the parameter values in the PU operation mode. When the PU
operation indication is not shown, refer to page 54 and switch to the PU operation mode.
Note that the values of some parameters may be set and/or changed in the external
operation and combined operation modes.
For the parameters whose values can be set and changed, refer to the inverter instruction
manual.
In addition to the above procedure, the help function may be used to call the parameter
list for setting. For more information, refer to page 32.
2.3.2 Step setting
The way to vary the frequency continuously using the
/
key is shown below.
You can vary the frequency while you press the
/
key. Since the frequency varies
slowly at first, this setting can be used for fine adjustment.
Operation procedure (Example: Reading and writing the Pr. 8
"deceleration time" value)
1) Press the PU key.
.......The frequency setting
screen appears.
DIRECTLY
Set
0.00Hz
2) Press the
.......The parameter unit
enters the parameter
setting mode.
SETTING MODE
Set Pr. NO.
FOR PR. List
<HELP>
3) Press the required
parameter number 8 .
.......The screen on the right
appears.
SETTING MODE
Pr. NO.
8
<READ>
4) Press the
.......The current setting
appears on the display.
8
Dec. T1
5. 0S
5) Press the
/
key until .......A new setting appears
on the display. (Note 1)
the required value
appears. (*)
8
Dec. T1
5. 0S
180. 0S
8
Dec. T1
180. 0S
6) Press the
SET
READ
WRITE
key.
key.
key.
.......The setting is stored
into memory.
If an error is displayed when you press the WRITE key, refer
to page 48.
7) Press the SHIFT key to move to the next parameter
(Pr. 9) and call the current setting. Then, press the
SHIFT key to advance to the next parameter.
REMARKS
*If you entered an incorrect value, press the
14
ESC
Completed
9
Set THM
2. 55A
key to return to the pre-entry state.
FUNCTIONS
2.3.3 Function-by-function parameter setting
A500
F500
E500 -NA -EC -CH S500 -NA -EC -CH F500J -CH
C500
You can set and/or change only the parameters classified function-by-function.
1) Press SET key.
The parameter unit is put in the setting mode.
SETTING MODE
Set Pr. NO
HELP
Pr. List
Pr. COPY
2) Press
<List select>
1 User List
2 Appl. Grp
READ
key.
Select "2 " with the
read.
/
key and press the
3) Selecting the function
Select the function with the
READ
/
READ
key to
key and press the
key to read.
4) Parameter read
Select the parameter to be set with the
press the
READ
/
key and
key to read the parameter setting screen.
5) Parameter setting
Type the set value with the number keys and press the
WRITE key to enter.
1 Shaft Trp
2 F Command
3 Acc. Dec.
4 Shut Off
Pr. NO.
Pr. NO.
Pr. NO.
Pr. NO.
Pr. NAME
Pr. NAME
Pr. NAME
Pr. NAME
Pr. NO Pr. NAME
2
15
FUNCTIONS
2.3.4 User parameter registration and deletion
A500
F500
E500 -NA -EC -CH S500 -NA -EC -CH F500J -CH
C500
Among all parameters, a total of 32 parameters can be registered to two different user
groups.
The registered parameters may only be accessed in the same procedure as in Pr. 160
"user group read selection".
(1) Confirmation
Confirm the user-registered parameters.
1) Press SET key.
The parameter unit is put in the parameter setting
mode.
2) Press READ key.
The parameter classification monitor screen appears.
/
key and press the READ key to
Select "1 " with the
advance to the next monitor screen.
3) User group selection
/
key and press the
Select the user group with the
READ
SETTING MODE
Set Pr. NO
HELP
Pr. List
Pr. COPY
<List select>
1 User List
2 Appl. Grp
1 User List1
2 User List2
key to read the parameters.
4) You can confirm the parameters registered to the user
group.
Pr. NO.
Pr. NO.
Pr. NO.
Pr. NO.
Pr. NAME
Pr. NAME
Pr. NAME
Pr. NAME
REMARKS
If the read parameter is not the user-set parameter, "Setting Err." will be displayed.
Press the ESC key to return to "User group selection" in above 3).
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FUNCTIONS
(2) Registration
1) Press SET key.
The parameter unit is put in the parameter setting
mode.
SETTING MODE
Set Pr. NO
HELP
Pr. List
Pr. COPY
2) Enter the parameter number to be registered to the
user group with the number keys, and press the READ
key to read the parameter setting.
SETTING MODE
Pr. NO.
8
<READ>
3) When changing the parameter setting, enter a new
value with the number keys and press the WRITE key to
write.
Pr. NO. Pr. NAME
4) Press WRITE key.
Select the user registration destination with the
<Add Pr. List>
1 User List1
2 User List2
3 Def Pr.
key and press the
READ
key to read.
5) Select Yes: or No: with the
WRITE
/
/
key and press the
key to enter.
Add Pr.
User List1
Yes : Add
No : Cancel
REMARKS
If the read parameter is not the user-set parameter, "Setting Err." will be displayed.
Press the ESC key to return to "parameter read" in above 2).
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2
FUNCTIONS
(3) Deletion
1) Press SET key.
The parameter unit is put in the setting mode.
SETTING MODE
Set Pr. NO
HELP
Pr. List
Pr. COPY
2) Press
<List select>
1 User List1
2 Appl. Grp
READ
key.
Select "1 " with the
read.
/
key and press the
3) Select the user group with the
READ
/
READ
key and press the
key to read the parameters.
4) Select the parameter to be deleted with the
and press the
WRITE
/
key
key to enter.
5) Select Yes: or No: with the
WRITE
key to
/
key and press the
key to enter.
1 User List1
2 User List2
Pr. NO.
Pr. NO.
Pr. NO.
Pr. NO.
Pr. NAME
Pr. NAME
Pr. NAME
Pr. NAME
Delet Pr.
User List
Yes : Delete
No : Cancel
2.3.5 Precautions for setting write
• Perform write when the inverter is at a stop in the PU operation mode or combined
operation mode. Write cannot be performed in the external operation mode. (Read
may be performed in any operation mode.) However, some parameters can be
accessed for write in the external operation mode or during operation. Refer to the
instruction manual of the inverter used.
• In addition to the above case, setting write cannot be performed when:
1) Parameter write disable (Pr. 77) has been set;
2) The parameter number selected does not exist in the parameter list; or
3) The value entered is outside the setting range.
• When write cannot be performed and an error ( ) appears, press the ESC key and
make setting once more.
(Example: For Pr. 7 "Acceleration time")
7 Acc. T1
Setting Error
20000S
<ESC>
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2.4 Calibration of the Meter (Frequency Meter)
FUNCTIONS
2.4 Calibration of the Meter (Frequency Meter)
CAUTION
The functions vary with the inverter. (Refer to the inverter instruction manual for
details of the parameters.)
2.4.1 Calibration of the FM terminal
A500
F500
E500 -NA -EC -CH S500 -NA -EC -CH F500J -CH
C500
This section provides the way to calibrate the meter connected to
terminal FM to full-scale using the parameter unit.
Calibrating the meter at the running frequency of 60Hz
Parameter
Pr. 900 "FM terminal calibration"
Pr. 54
Pr. 55
"FM terminal function selection"
"frequency monitoring reference"
1) Press the SET key in the PU operation mode.
The parameter unit is placed in the parameter setting
mode.
2) Type 9
READ key.
0 0 with the number keys and press the
The preset frequency is displayed.
3) Type 6 0 with the number keys and press the
key.
The screen changes as shown on the right.
4) Press the
FWD
WRITE
key to start forward rotation at 60Hz.
You need not connect the motor.
SETTING MODE
Set Pr. NO.
FOR PR. List
<HELP>
900 FM Tune
RUN Inverter
Set
0. 00Hz
PU
900 FM Tune
RUN Inverter
Set
60Hz
PU
900 FM Tune
MntrF 60.00Hz
<WRITE>PU
5) Using the
/
key, adjust the meter pointer to a
predetermined position.
The meter pointer moves. (It takes a long time before
the pointer moves.)
6) Press the
WRITE
key.
900 FM Tune
Completed
<MONITOR>
Calibration is complete.
Press the
MON
key to return to the main monitor screen.
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2
FUNCTIONS
2.4.2 Calibration of the AM terminal
A500
F500
E500 -NA -EC -CH S500 -NA -EC -CH F500J -CH
C500
This section provides a way to calibrate the meter connected to
terminal AM using the parameter unit.
Calibration procedure 1 (Example: To calibrate the meter at the
running frequency of 60Hz)
Parameter
Pr. 901 "AM terminal calibration"
Pr. 158 "AM terminal function selection"
Pr. 55 "frequency monitoring reference"
Pr. 56 "current monitoring reference"
1) Press the SET key in the PU operation mode.
The parameter unit enters the parameter setting mode.
2) Type 9
READ key.
0 1 with the number keys and press the
The current PU-set frequency appears.
3) Type 6 0 with the number keys and press the
key.
The screen changes as shown on the right.
4) Press the
FWD
WRITE
key to start forward rotation at 60Hz.
You need not connect the motor.
SETTING MODE
Set Pr. NO.
FOR PR. List
<HELP>
901 AM Tune
RUN Inverter
Set
0. 00Hz
PU
901 AM Tune
RUN Inverter
Set
60. 00Hz
PU
901 AM Tune
MntrF 60.00Hz
<WRITE>PU
5) Using the
/
key, adjust the meter pointer to a
predetermined position.
The meter pointer moves. (It will take a long time until
the pointer moves.)
6) Press the
WRITE
key.
901 AM Tune
Completed
<MONITOR>
Calibration is complete.
Press the
MON
key to return tot he main monitor screen.
20
FUNCTIONS
Calibration procedure 2 (Example: Output current)
To output the output current or another item which cannot easily achieve a 100% value
if operation is performed, adjust the reference voltage output (when the Pr. 158 "AM
terminal function selection" setting is "21"), then select any of the choices displayed.
1) Press the SET key in the PU operation
mode.
The parameter unit is placed in the
parameter setting mode.
SETTING MODE
Set Pr. NO.
FOR PR. List
<HELP>
2) Type 1 5 8 with the number keys
and press the READ key.
158 Set AM
1
The current Pr. 158 setting appears.
Setting of reference voltage output
3) Type 2 1 with the number keys and
press the WRITE key.
The setting of reference voltage output
is complete.
4) Press the SET key.
The parameter unit is put in the
parameter setting mode.
5) Type 9 0 1 with the number keys
and press the READ key.
The current Pr. 901 setting appears.
6) Type 6 0 with the number keys and
press the WRITE key.
The setting of maximum running
frequency is complete.
7) Press the
FWD
158 Set AM
1
21
Completed
SETTING MODE
Set Pr. NO.
FOR PR. List
<HELP>
901 AM Tune
RUN Inverter
Set
0. 00Hz
PU
2
901 AM Tune
RUN Inverter
Set
60. 00Hz
PU
key.
Forward rotation is performed at 60Hz.
You need not connect the motor to
make adjustment.
8) Using the
or
key, adjust the
voltage across terminals AM-5 and
press the WRITE key.
Setting is complete.
21
901 AM Tune
Completed
<MONITOR>
.......The output
voltage
displayed is the
value at 100%
output. This
voltage is not
stored if you do
not press the
WRITE key.
FUNCTIONS
Setting of output current
9) Press the SET key.
The parameter unit is put in the
parameter setting mode.
SETTING MODE
Set Pr. NO.
FOR PR. List
<HELP>
10) Type 1 5 8 with the number
keys and press the READ key.
158 Set AM
1
The current Pr. 158 setting appears.
11) Type 2 with the number keys and
press the WRITE key.
The setting of output current is
complete.
22
158 Set AM
1
21
Completed
....... The current set
in Pr. 56 "current
monitoring
reference" is at
100% value and
the output at this
point is the
voltage.
2.5
Adjustment of the frequency setting signals "bias" and "gain"
FUNCTIONS
2.5 Adjustment of the frequency setting signals "bias" and "gain"
The functions vary with the inverter model. (Refer to the inverter instruction manual for
details of the functions.)
2.5.1 Adjustment procedure
A500
F500
E500 -NA -EC -CH S500 -NA -EC -CH F500J -CH
C500
There are three ways to adjust the bias and gain of the frequency setting voltage
(current).
1) Adjust only the bias and gain frequencies and not adjust the voltage (current)
2) Adjust any point by applying a voltage across terminals 2-5 (starting a current across
terminals 4-5)
3) Adjust any point without a voltage being applied across terminals 2-5 (without a
current being started across terminals 4-5)
Pr. 902
Pr. 903
Pr. 904
Pr. 905
Parameter
"frequency setting voltage bias"
"frequency setting voltage gain"
"frequency setting current bias"
"frequency setting current gain"
2
23
FUNCTIONS
(1) Adjust only the bias and gain frequencies and not adjust the voltage
Setting of the frequency setting voltage bias
1) Press the PU key.
DIRECTLY
Set
0. 00Hz
The frequency setting screen appears.
2) Press the SET key.
The parameter unit is put in the
parameter setting mode.
SETTING MODE
Set Pr. NO.
FOR PR. List
<HELP>
3) Type 9
0 2 with the number keys.
SETTING MODE
Pr. NO.
902
<READ>
4) Press the
READ
key.
902 EXTVbias
0.00Hz
Set <WRITE>
EXT <READ>
The current Pr. 902 setting appears.
5) Type 1
6) Press the
0 with the number keys.
WRITE
902 EXTVbias
10.00Hz
Set <WRITE>
EXT <READ>
key.
902 EXTVbias
10.00 Hz
The set value is stored into memory
and bias setting is complete.
Completed
....... Voltage need not
be applied across
terminals 2-5.
....... The bias setting is
10Hz.
f
10Hz
0
V
If the voltage is
being applied
across terminals 25 at this time, the
bias setting is as
shown above.
24
FUNCTIONS
Setting of the frequency setting voltage gain
7) Press the SHIFT key.
The current Pr. 903 setting appears.
903 EXTVgain
60.00Hz
Set <WRITE>
EXT <READ>
8) Type 5
903 EXTVgain
50.00Hz
Set <WRITE>
EXT <READ>
9) Press the
0 with the number keys.
WRITE
key.
903 EXTVgain
50.00 Hz
The set value is stored into memory
and gain setting is complete.
Completed
The adjustment of the frequency setting voltage bias and
gain is complete.
....... Voltage need not
be applied across
terminals 2-5.
At this time, set the
gain on the
assumption that the
5V (10V) in the
inverter is the set
voltage.
f
50Hz
10Hz
0
V
5V
(10V)
REMARKS
1. The current input (Pr. 904, Pr. 905) can also be adjusted using a similar
procedure.
2. The Pr. 903 (frequency setting gain) value remains unchanged if the Pr. 20
"acceleration/deceleration reference frequency" setting is changed.
3. A narrow calibration (command) value set using Pr. 902 and Pr. 903
(Pr. 904 and Pr. 905) will result in "Setting Error" and disable write.
25
2
FUNCTIONS
(2) Any point is adjusted with a voltage applied across terminals 2-5
Setting of the frequency setting voltage bias
1) Press the PU key.
The frequency setting screen
appears.
DIRECTLY
Set
0. 00Hz
0
400
2) Press the SET key.
The parameter unit is put in the
parameter setting mode.
SETTING MODE
Set Pr. NO.
FOR PR. List
<HELP>
3) Type 9 0 2 with the
number keys.
SETTING MODE
Pr. NO.
902
<READ>
4) Press the
902 EXTVbias
5. 00Hz
0. 5%
EXT
20. 0%
READ
key twice.
The current Pr. 902 setting
appears.
5) Type 1
keys.
0 with the number
6) Press the
WRITE
key.
The cursor ( ) moves to the set
voltage.
902 EXTVbias
10. 00Hz
0. 5%
EXT
20. 0%
902 EXTVbias
10. 00Hz
0. 5%
EXT
20. 0%
The previous setting is
displayed.
The current set voltage
across terminals 2-5 is
displayed in %.
When the set voltage is
changed, the % value also
changes.
This example assumes that
a 1V voltage is applied.
The value selected in Pr. 73
(5V in this example) is 100%.
...... Adjust the set voltage.
If the voltage set is 1V, the
bias setting is as shown
below:
f
10Hz
7) Apply a 0V voltage.
8) Press the
WRITE
key.
The set value is stored into
memory and bias setting is
complete.
0
902 EXTVbias
10. 00Hz
0. 5%
EXT
0. 2%
902 EXTVbias
10. 00Hz
0. 2%
Completed
1V
V
...... In this example, 0V is
applied as 10Hz is set for
0V.
(Indicated on the right of
changes.)
0.0% may not be displayed
in some cases.
Setting is completed as
shown below:
f
10Hz
0
(Continued on the next page)
26
V
FUNCTIONS
(From the preceding page)
Setting of the frequency setting voltage gain
9) Press the
READ key.
SHIFT
key, then the
The current Pr. 903 setting
appears.
10) Type 5
keys.
0 with the number
11) Press the
WRITE
key.
The cursor ( ) moves to the
set voltage.
12) Apply a 5V voltage.
13) Press the
WRITE
key.
The set value is stored into
memory and gain setting is
complete.
903 EXTVgain
60. 00Hz
97. 1%
EXT
99. 0%
903 EXTVgain
50. 00Hz
97. 1%
EXT
99. 0%
903 EXTVgain
50. 00Hz
97. 1%
EXT
99. 0%
903 EXTVgain
50. 00Hz
97. 1%
EXT
99. 0%
903 EXTVgain
50. 00Hz
99. 6%
Completed
The previous setting is
displayed.
The current set voltage
across terminals 2-5 is
displayed in %.
When the set voltage is
changed, the % value also
changes.
The value selected in Pr. 73
(5V in this example) is 100%.
Set the voltage across
terminals 2-5 to achieve
100%.
...... In this example, 5V is
applied as 50Hz is set for
5V input.
The value displayed may
not be just 100.0% in some
cases.
Setting is completed as
shown below:
f
50Hz
10Hz
The adjustment of the frequency setting voltage bias
and gain is completed.
0
(0%)
V
5V
(100%)
REMARKS
1. The current input (Pr. 904, Pr. 905) can also be adjusted using a similar
procedure.
2. The Pr. 903 (frequency setting gain) value remains unchanged if the Pr. 20
"acceleration/deceleration reference frequency" setting is changed.
3. A narrow calibration (command) value set using Pr. 902 and Pr. 903
(Pr. 904 and Pr. 905) will result in "Setting Error" and disable write.
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2
FUNCTIONS
(3) Any point is adjusted without a voltage applied across terminals 2-5
Setting of the frequency setting voltage bias
1) Press the PU key.
The frequency setting screen
appears.
DIRECTLY
Set
0. 00Hz
0
400
2) Press the SET key.
The parameter unit is put in the
parameter setting mode.
SETTING MODE
Set Pr. NO.
FOR PR. List
<HELP>
3) Type 9 0 2 with the
number keys.
The screen changes as shown
on the right.
SETTING MODE
Pr. NO.
902
<READ>
4) Press the
902 EXTVbias
10. 00Hz
0. 5%
EXT
20. 0%
READ
key twice.
The current Pr. 902 setting
appears.
The previous setting is
displayed.
The current set voltage
across terminals 2-5 is
displayed in %.
When the set voltage is
changed, the % value also
changes.
The value selected in Pr. 73
(5V in this example) is 100%.
5) Type 1 0 with the number
keys.
The screen changes as shown
on the right.
902 EXTVbias
10. 00Hz
0. 5%
EXT
20. 0%
6) Press the
902 EXTVbias
10. 00Hz
0. 5%
EXT
20. 0%
...... Voltage need not be
applied across terminals 25.
7) Type 0 with the number key.
902 EXTVbias
10. 00Hz
0%
EXT
0. 5%
...... In this example, 0V is
applied as 10Hz is set for
0V.
8) Press the
902 EXTVbias
10. 00Hz
0. 0%
Completed
WRITE
key.
The cursor ( ) moves to the set
voltage.
WRITE
key.
The set value is stored into
memory and bias setting is
complete.
Setting is completed as
shown below:
f
10Hz
0
(Continued on the next page)
28
V
FUNCTIONS
(From the preceding page)
Setting of the frequency setting voltage gain
9) Press the
READ key.
SHIFT
key, then the
The current Pr. 903 setting
appears.
903 EXTVgain
60. 00Hz
97. 1%
EXT
99. 0%
The previous setting is
displayed.
The current set voltage
across terminals 2-5 is
displayed in %.
When the set voltage is
changed, the % value also
changes.
The value selected in Pr. 73
(5V in this example) is 100%.
10) Type 5 0 with the number
keys.
The screen changes as shown
on the right.
903 EXTVgain
50. 00Hz
97. 1%
EXT
99. 0%
11) Press the
903 EXTVgain
50. 00Hz
97. 1%
EXT
99. 0%
...... Voltage need not be
applied across terminals 25.
12) Type 1 0 0 with the
number keys.
903 EXTVgain
50. 00Hz
100%
EXT
99. 0%
...... In this example, 100% is
input as 50Hz is set for 5V
(100%).
13) Press the
903 EXTVgain
50. 00Hz
100%
Completed
WRITE
key.
The cursor ( ) moves to the
set voltage.
WRITE
key.
The set value is stored into
memory and gain setting is
complete.
Setting is completed as
shown below:
f
50Hz
10Hz
The adjustment of the frequency setting voltage bias
and gain is completed.
0
(0%)
2
V
5V
(100%)
REMARKS
1. The current input (Pr. 904, Pr. 905) can also be adjusted using a similar
procedure.
2. The Pr. 903 (frequency setting gain) value remains unchanged if the Pr. 20
"acceleration/deceleration reference frequency" setting is changed.
3. A narrow calibration (command) value set using Pr. 902 and Pr. 903
(Pr. 904 and Pr. 905) will result in "Setting Error" and disable write.
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2.6 Copy and Verify Functions
FUNCTIONS
2.6 Copy and Verify Functions
2.6.1 Copying the parameter settings
You can read and store parameter settings into the FR-PU04. You can also copy the
stored parameter settings to another inverter of the same series and same capacity.
<Precautions for setting>
Select the PU operation mode.
Use these functions after stopping the inverter.
Parameter values cannot be copied when you have set "1" in Pr. 77 "parameter
write inhibit selection" of the copy destination inverter to inhibit parameter write.
Copy/verify cannot be performed between different inverter series.
Reading the parameter settings
1) Connect the FR-PU04 to the inverter.
2) Press the SET key. This selects the setting mode.
SETTING MODE
Set Pr. NO
HELP
Pr. List
Pr. COPY
3) Press the
ALL Pr. S
READ <READ>
WRITE <WRITE>
VER
key.
The parameter unit enters the ROM batch mode.
4) Press the
READ
ALL Pr. S
key.
The inverter's parameter settings are stored.
Reading
Completed
Writing the parameter settings
1) Connect the FR-PU04 to the inverter.
2) Press the SET key. This selects the setting mode.
SETTING MODE
Set Pr. NO
HELP
Pr. List
Pr. COPY
3) Press the
ALL Pr. S
READ <READ>
WRITE <WRITE>
VER
key.
The parameter unit goes into the ROM batch mode.
4) Press the
WRITE
key.
The parameter settings stored in the FR-PU04 are copied
to the copy destination inverter.
5) Reset the inverter.
ALL Pr. S
Writing
Completed
Please Reset
CAUTION
1. Note that all data stored in the parameter unit is updated when read is performed
from the inverter.
2. Exercise care not to switch power off while parameters are being written.
REMARKS
1. Write cannot be performed while the inverter is running. Read and verify can be
performed during running.
2. Read and write cannot be stopped partway through the operation.
3. If power is switched off, parameter data stored in the parameter unit remains
unerased. Therefore, a backup power supply is not needed.
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FUNCTIONS
2.6.2 Verifying the parameters
Verify
1) Connect the FR-PU04 to the inverter.
2) Press the SET key. This selects the setting mode.
SETTING MODE
Set Pr. NO
HELP
Pr. List
Pr. COPY
3) Press the
ALL Pr. S
READ <READ>
WRITE <WRITE>
VER
key.
The parameter unit enters the ROM batch mode.
4) Press the
key.
ALL Pr. S
The parameter settings stored in the FR-PU04 are verified
with those of the inverter. (If an error is detected during
verify, the corresponding Pr. is shown.)
Verifying
Completed
However, if an incorrect value has been entered directly
(f setting) or set in any of Pr. 173 to Pr. 175 and Pr. 199
(*), only "Verify Err" will be displayed.
*Pr. 173 to Pr. 175 and Pr. 179 are parameters for the FRA500 / F500 series.
Press the 0 key when you want to continue verify with "Verify Err" displayed.
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CHAPTER 3
HELP
This chapter explains the HELP key in the use of this
product.
Always read the instructions before using the equipment.
3.1 Overview of the Help Functions ....................................32
3.2 Operation Procedures for the Help Functions ...............36
Chapter 1
3.3 Other Precautions.........................................................53
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
3.1 Overview of the Help Functions
HELP
3 HELP
3.1 Overview of the Help Functions
Press the HELP key twice in any operation mode to call the help function menu, on
which you can perform various functions.
Menu screen page 1
Menu screen page 2
Menu screen page 3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
MONITOR
PU Oper
Pr.List
Pr.Clear
SHIFT +
Alarm Hist
AlarmClear
Inv.Reset
T/Shoting
Press the SHIFT and
keys together to
move to the next page.
S/W
Selectop
Option
SHIFT +
Press any of the MON ,
SET , EXT and PU keys to switch
to the corresponding mode.
3.1.1 Help function menu
REMARKS
The functions vary with the inverter model and may be invalid for some inverters.
Help Menu
1. MONITOR
2. PU Oper
3. Pr. List
4. Pr. Clear
5. Alarm Hist
6. Alarm Clear
7. Inv. Reset
8. T/Shoting
9. S/W
10. Selectop
11. Option
Description
Refer To
The monitor list appears, and you can change from one
Page 36
screen to another and set the first priority screen.
You can select the PU operation mode via direct input
(direct setting with the number keys) or select the jog
Page 38
operation mode from the PU, and displays how to operate
the keys.
The parameter menu appears, and you can perform
"parameter setting", "list display", "change list display",
Page 40
"initial value list display" and "user's initial value setting list
display".
The parameter clear menu appears, and you can perform
Page 43
"parameter clear", "all clear", "user clear" and "no clear".
Shows the history of past faults (alarms).
Page 44
Clears all the fault (alarm) history.
Page 45
Resets the inverter.
Page 46
The inverter displays the cause of mismatch between
inverter operation and control/setting or the cause of an Page 47
inverter fault.

Shows the software control number of the inverter.
Shows the signals assigned to the I/O terminals of the
Page 51
control circuit and the ON-OFF states of the signals.
Shows the option fitting states of the option connectors 1
Page 52
to 3.
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HELP
3.1.2 Help function display data
CAUTION
The functions vary with the inverter.
HELP key
Press
twice.
1 MONITOR
2 PU Oper
3 Pr. List
4 Pr. Clear
5 Alarm Hist
6 Alarm Clear
7 Inv. Reset
8 T/Shooting
9 S/W
10 Selectop
11 Option
READ
11 Frequency
12 Current
13 Voltage
Frequency [Hz]
Current [A]
Voltage [V] A500
14 Alarm His
15 F Command
16 RPM
17 Shaft Trg
18 DC Link
19 Br Duty %
10 Therm OL
11 Peak I
12 DC Peak V
13 I/P Power
14 O/P Power
15 I/P Signal
16 O/P Signal
Error definition When more than 8 errors have occurred, the earlier ones
are cleared.
Frequency setting (shows the frequency already
set.) [Hz]
Running speed (shows the motor speed and
moving speed.) [r.]
Motor torque (force produced by the motor under
advanced magnetic flux vector control) [%]
Converter output voltage (DC current in converter
output) [V]
A500
Regenerative brake duty [%]
F500
Electronic overcurrent protection load factor [%]
E500 -NA -EC -CH
Output current peak [A]
S500 -NA -EC -CH
Converter output voltage peak (maximum value
F500J -CH
of converter output voltage) [V]
Input power (input side power amount currently
C500
used) [kW]
Output power (output side power amount currently
used) [kW]
Input signal (ON-OFF states of STF, STR, etc.)
ON OFF
Input signal (ON-OFF states of RUN, FU, etc.)
ON OFF
F500
E500 -NA -EC -CH
C500
S500 -NA -EC -CH F500J -CH
HELP key
Press twice.
READ
PU operation mode selected by setting running
frequency from number keys
Jog operation mode
1 PU:Diectly
2 JOG:Jogging
READ
READ
READ
HELP
SETTING MODE
Set Pr. NO
Pr. List HELP
Pr. COPY
SET Pr. List
Pr. 0
Pr. 1
60
READ
Current status
DEF. Pr. LIST
Pr. 0
6.0
Pr. 1
120.0
Pr. 2
0.00
0
READ
Pr. 991
User's initial value list
READ
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991
READ
Pr.991
READ
0 Trq. Bst1
1 Max. F1
2
0 Trq. Bst1
... %
<DEF.Pr.LIST2>
Pr. 0
4. 0
Pr. 7 20. 00
...
READ
1 Setting MODE
2 Pr. List
3 Set Pr. List
4 Def. Pr. List
5 Def. Pr. List2
...
1
2 PU Oper
3 Pr. List
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
READ
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3
HELP
HELP key
Press twice.
READ
1
2
3
4 Pr. Clear
5 Alarm Hist
6 Alarm Clear
7 Inv. Reset
8 T/Shooting
9 S/W
10 Selectop
11 Option
READ
1
2
3
4
Clear Pr.
Clear All
Clear User
Clear None
Clear Pr.
Exec <Write>
Cancel<ESC>
READ
READ
READ
READ
WRITE
Clear Pr.
Executing
Clear Pr.
Exec <Write>
Cancel<ESC>
You can perform user parameter clear.
Returns to the previous screen.
Error definition
When more than 8 errors have occurred, the earlier
ones are cleared, starting with the first error.
ALARM CLEAR
Exec <WRITE>
Cancel<ESC>
READ
INV. RESET
Exec <WRITE>
Cancel<ESC>
READ
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HELP
HELP key
Press twice.
1
2
3
4 Pr. Clear
5 Alarm Hist
6 Alarm Clear
7 Inv. Reset
8 T/Shooting
9 S/W
10 Selectop
11 Option
READ
1 M.Not Run
2 M.Spd Error
3 M.A/Dec Err
4 M.Curr.High
READ
Inv. Output
A
<SHIFT>
READ
Inv. Output
A
<SHIFT>
READ
READ
Set
O
Set
Hz
M.SPEED ERROR
Hz SHIFT SetF>MaxF1/F2
V
60. 00 Hz
Pr1/18
S
Hz
S
O
Inv. Output
A
<SHIFT>
READ
[Estimated cause]
M.NOT RUNNING
Hz SHIFT MRS is ON
V
A500
F500
E500 -NA -EC -CH
Stll Pv. ON?
Set Too Low?
Load Too Big?
Pr. 22 Error?
S500 -NA -EC -CH
F500J -CH
C500
Low Impedance
Hz SHIFT Motor?
V
Reduce TrqBst
Pr. 0, 46, 112
<S/W>
Settings of function numbers (input terminal functions
selected in Pr. 180 to Pr. 186) are displayed.
Terminal name
READ
READ
ON
RL : RL
RM: RM
RH : RH
RT : REX
<Option>
OP1:
OP2:
OP3:
OFF
Next screen
AU :
JOG:
CS :
A500
F500
E500 -NA -EC -CH
S500 -NA -EC -CH
F500J -CH
C500
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3.2 Operation Procedures for the Help Functions
HELP
3.2 Operation Procedures for the Help Functions
CAUTION
The functions vary with the inverter.
3.2.1 Monitor function
The monitoring list appears and you can change from one monitor screen to another
and set the first priority screen.
To call the monitoring list from the help function menu
1) Press the HELP key twice in the monitoring mode.
The help function menu is called.
1
2
3
4
MONITOR
PU Oper
Pr. List
Pr. Clear
2) Make sure that the cursor ( ) is located at "1 MONITOR".
/
key.
If not, move the cursor with the
1
2
3
4
MONITOR
PU Oper
Pr. List
Pr. Clear
3) Press the
1
2
3
4
Frequency
Current
Voltage
Alarm His
1
2
3
4
Frequency
Current
Voltage
Alarm His
READ
key.
The monitoring list is called.
4) Press the
or
key to move the cursor to the required
item.
REMARKS
If the required item is not found, press the
key together to shift to the next page.
5) Press the
READ
SHIFT
key and
key.
The monitor screen indicated by the cursor appears.
Press the WRITE key to give the first priority to this monitor
screen.
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0.00A
STOP PU
HELP
To call the monitoring list directly in the monitoring mode
1) Press the MON key.
The parameter unit is put in the monitoring mode.
(You need not press this key when the parameter unit is
already in the monitoring mode.)
2) Press the HELP key.
The monitoring list is called.
3) Press the
or
If the required item is not found, press the
key together to shift to the next page.
READ
1
2
3
4
Frequency
Current
Voltage
Alarm His
1
2
3
4
Frequency
Current
Voltage
Alarm His
key to move the cursor to the required
item.
REMARKS
4) Press the
0.00Hz
STOP PU
SHIFT
key and
key.
The monitor screen indicated by the cursor appears.
Press the WRITE key to give the first priority to this monitor
0.00A
STOP PU
screen.
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HELP
3.2.2 Selection of PU operation (direct input)
You can select the PU operation mode via direct input (direct setting from the ten digits
key pad) or select the jog operation mode from the PU and show how to operate the
keys.
Calling from the help function menu
1) Press the HELP key twice in the monitoring mode.
The help function menu is called.
1
2
3
4
MONITOR
PU Oper
Pr. List
Pr. Clear
2) Using the
1
2
3
4
MONITOR
PU Oper
Pr. List
Pr. Clear
3) Press the
key, move the cursor to "2 PU Operation".
READ
key.
1 PU : Directly
2 JOG : Jogging
The menu on the right appears.
4) Make sure that the cursor is located at "1 PU: Directly".
If not, move the cursor with the
/
key.
1 PU : Directly
2 JOG : Jogging
5) Press the
DIRECTLY
Set
0. 00Hz
READ
key.
The PU operation mode is selected and the frequency
setting screen appears.
6) Press the HELP key.
The key operation guide appears.
KEY OPERATION
Fset : 0 9
Then : WRITE
Then : FWD,REV
To call the key operation guide directly
1) Press the PU key.
DIRECTLY
Set
0. 00Hz
The frequency setting screen appears.
2) Press the HELP key.
The key operation guide appears.
KEY OPERATION
Fset : 0 9
Then : WRITE
Then : FWD,REV
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HELP
3.2.3 Selection of the PU jog operation mode
A500
F500
E500 -NA -EC -CH S500 -NA -EC -CH F500J -CH
C500
(1) Calling from the help function menu
1) Press the HELP key twice in the monitoring mode.
The help function menu is called.
1
2
3
4
MONITOR
PU Oper
Pr. List
Pr. Clear
2) Using the
1
2
3
4
MONITOR
PU Oper
Pr. List
Pr. Clear
3) Press the
key, move the cursor to "2 PU Operation".
READ
key.
1 PU : Directly
2 JOG : Jogging
The menu on the right appears.
4) Using the
5) Press the
key, move the cursor to "2 JOG: Jogging".
READ
1 PU : Directly
2 JOG : Jogging
key.
The PU jog operation mode is selected and the frequency
setting screen appears.
6) Press the HELP key.
The key operation guide is displayed.
Set
PU/JOG
5. 00Hz
KEY OPERATION
Fset : 0 9
Then : WRITE
Then : FWD,REV
3
(2) Calling the key operation guide directly
1) Press the PU key.
DIRECTLY
Set
0. 00Hz
The frequency setting screen appears.
2) Press the SHIFT key.
The PU jog operation mode is selected and the frequency
setting screen appears.
3) Press the HELP key.
The key operation guide appears.
Set
PU/JOG
5. 00Hz
KEY OPERATION
Fset : 0 9
Then : WRITE
Then : FWD,REV
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HELP
3.2.4 Parameters
The parameter menu is displayed and you can select and perform any of the following
operations:
Setting: ......................... Switches to the parameter setting mode.
(1) Pr. List:........................ Lists the parameters in numerical order so that you can
read and write individual parameter values.
(2) Set Pr. List: ................. Lists only the parameters whose factory settings have been
changed, together with their Pr. numbers. (For parameters
whose factory settings remain unchanged, their Pr. numbers
are only displayed.)
(3) Def. Pr. List: ................ Lists the initial values (default factory settings) of
parameters.
(4) Def. Pr. List 2: ............. Lists user's initial values (settings of parameters selected in
Pr. 199) of parameters.
Parameter "Setting"
1) Press the HELP key twice in the monitoring mode.
The help function menu is called.
1
2
3
4
MONITOR
PU Oper
Pr. List
Pr. Clear
2) Using the
1
2
3
4
MONITOR
PU Oper
Pr. List
Pr. Clear
3) Press the
key, move the cursor to "3 Pr. List".
READ
key.
1
2
3
4
The parameter menu appears.
4) Press the
READ
key.
The parameter unit switches to the setting mode.
Refer to the parameter setting method on page 13.
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SettingMODE
Pr. List
Set Pr. List
Def. Pr. List
SETTING MODE
Set Pr. NO.
FOR Pr.List
<HELP>
HELP
(1) "2 Pr. List"
1) Refer to page 40 and call the parameter menu.
1
2
3
4
SettingMODE
Pr. List
Set Pr. List
Def. Pr. List
2) Using the
1
2
3
4
SettingMODE
Pr. List
Set Pr. List
Def. Pr. List
1
2
3
4
Trq. Bst1
Max. F1
Min. F1
VFbaseF1
1
2
3
4
Trq. Bst1
Max. F1
Min. F1
VFbaseF1
3) Press the
key, move the cursor to "2 Pr. List".
READ
key.
The parameter list is displayed.
4) Press the
or
key to move the cursor to the required
item.
5) If the required item is not found, press the
SHIFT
key and
key together to shift to
the next page.
6) Press the
READ
key.
0
The parameter indicated by the cursor is read and the
parameter unit enters the parameter setting mode.
Press the
SHIFT
Trq. Bst1
6.0%
key to move to the next parameter.
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HELP
(2) Display of "3 Set Pr. List"
A500
F500
E500 -NA -EC -CH S500 -NA -EC -CH F500J -CH
C500
When the parameter setting has been changed from the factory setting, the new
value is displayed.
"-" is displayed when the parameter setting has not been changed from the factory
setting.
The parameters are displayed in numerical order, starting with No. 0.
(3) Display of "4 Def. Pr. List"
A500
F500
E500 -NA -EC -CH S500 -NA -EC -CH F500J -CH
C500
The factory settings of the parameters are displayed.
(4) Display of "5 Def. Pr. List 2"
A500
F500
E500 -NA -EC -CH S500 -NA -EC -CH F500J -CH
C500
The parameter numbers already registered to Pr. 199 "user's initial value setting" and
their values are displayed.
When no registration has been made, "No Changes" appears.
1) Refer to page 40 and call the parameter menu.
1
2
3
4
SettingMODE
Pr. List
Set Pr. List
Def. Pr. List
2) Using the
1
2
3
4
SettingMODE
Pr. List
Set Pr. List
Def. Pr. List
3) Press the
key, move the cursor to "3 Set Pr. List".
READ
key.
The SET Pr. LIST appears.
key together to move to the
Press the SHIFT key and
Set Pr. LIST
Pr 0
8.0
Pr 1
Pr 2
next page.
To call the Def. Pr. List or Def. Pr. List 2, move the cursor to "4 Def. Pr. List" or
"5 Def. Pr. List 2" in above step 2.
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HELP
3.2.5 Parameter Clear
The parameter clear menu appears and you can select and perform any of the
following four operations:
Switch to the PU operation mode before performing any operation.
(1) Clear Pr.:..................... Returns (initializes) the parameters to the factory settings
with the exception of the some parameters (Pr. 75 and
calibration values in Pr. 900 to 905).
(2) Clear All: ..................... Initializes all parameters with the exception of Pr. 75.
(3) Clear User:.................. A500 F500 E500 -NA -EC -CH S500 -NA -EC -CH
F500J -CH C500
Returns the parameters registered for user's initial values in
Pr. 199 to the user's initial values and the other parameters
to the factory settings.
(4) Clear None:................. Does not initialize.
Parameter clear
1) Press the HELP key twice in the operation mode.
The help function menu is called.
1
2
3
4
SettingMODE
Pr. List
Set Pr. List
Def. Pr. List
2) Using the
1
2
3
4
SettingMODE
Pr. List
Set Pr. List
Def. Pr. List
1
2
3
4
Clear Pr.
Clear All
Clear User
Clear None
3) Press the
key, move the cursor to "4 Pr. Clear".
READ
key.
The parameter clear menu appears.
4) Press the
READ
key.
The screen changes as shown on the right.
5) Press the
WRITE
Clear Pr.
Exec <WRITE>
Cancel<ESC>
key. (*)
Clear Pr.
The screen changes as shown on the right and the
parameters are initialized.
Executing
To execute Clear All or Clear User, move the cursor to "2 Clear All" or "3 Clear User"
in above step 3.
*When you pressthe
ESC
key, the clear operation is not performed.
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3
HELP
3.2.6 Alarm History
Shows the history of eight past alarms. (*1)
1) Press the HELP key twice in the operation mode.
The help function menu is called.
1
2
3
4
2) Press the
5
6
7
8
Alarm Hist
AlarmClear
Inv. Reset
T/Shooting
3) Make sure that the cursor is located at "5 Alarm Hist".
/
key.
If not, move the cursor with the
5
6
7
8
Alarm Hist
AlarmClear
Inv. Reset
T/Shooting
4) Press the
1
2
3
4
OV3
UVT
UVT
UVT
SHIFT
key and
key together.
The screen moves to the next page.
READ
key.
The alarm history appears.
5) Press the
READ
key.
5 UVT
6
7
8
Latest Error
The running frequency at alarm occurrence is displayed.
6) Press the
MONITOR
PU Oper
Pr. List
Pr. Clear
key.
The voltage/current application time (Note) at alarm
occurrence is displayed.
To display the second or earlier past failure monitor, press the
OV During Dec
30. 00Hz
Latest Error
17. 5A
220. 0V
6000hr
READ
key in step 5
above.
*1
*2
For the FR-S500 series, four past alarms are displayed.
The energization time is displayed only for the FR-A500 / F500 series. For other
inverters, "0" is always displayed.
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HELP
3.2.7 Alarm Clear
Clears all the alarm history.
1) Press the HELP key twice in the operation mode.
The help function menu is called.
1
2
3
4
2) Press the
5
6
7
8
Alarm Hist
AlarmClear
Inv. Reset
T/Shooting
5
6
7
8
Alarm Hist
AlarmClear
Inv. Reset
T/Shooting
SHIFT
key and
key together.
The screen moves to the next page.
3) Using the
4) Press the
5) Press the
key, move the cursor to "6 Alarm Clear".
READ
WRITE
MONITOR
PU Oper
Pr. List
Pr. Clear
key.
Alarm Clear
Exec <WRITE>
Cancel<ESC>
key. (*)
ALARM CLEAR
The screen changes as shown on the right and the alarm
history is cleared.
*When you press the
ESC
Completed
key, the alarm history clear operation is not performed.
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HELP
3.2.8 Inverter Reset
Resets the inverter.
1) Press the HELP key twice in the operation mode.
The help function menu is called.
1
2
3
4
2) Press the
5
6
7
8
Alarm Hist
AlarmClear
Inv. Reset
T/Shooting
5
6
7
8
Alarm Hist
AlarmClear
Inv. Reset
T/Shooting
SHIFT
key and
key together.
The screen moves to the next page.
3) Using the
4) Press the
key, move the cursor to "7 Inv. Reset".
READ
key.
The screen changes as shown on the right.
5) Press the
WRITE
MONITOR
PU Oper
Pr. List
Pr. Clear
Inv. RESET
Exec <WRITE>
Cancel<ESC>
key. (*)
The inverter is reset and the parameter unit switches to
the monitoring mode.
0.00Hz
STOP EXT
* When you press the ESC key, the inverter is not reset and the parameter unit
switches to the monitoring mode.
A similar reset operation may also be performed by switching power "off" or by
switching the RES signal on. If the inverter's protective function is activated to bring the
inverter to an alarm stop (output shutoff), the alarm stop state may be canceled by
STOP
key without performing the above operation.
pressing the RESET
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HELP
3.2.9 Troubleshooting
A500
F500
E500 -NA -EC -CH S500 -NA -EC -CH F500J -CH
C500
If the inverter appears to operate improperly, perform the following operation to display
the most likely cause of the fault.
This operation may also be performed during inverter operation (PU operation, external
operation) or during alarm trip (protection activated).
1) Press the HELP key twice in the operation mode.
The help function menu is called.
1
2
3
4
2) Press the
5
6
7
8
Alarm Hist
AlarmClear
Inv. Reset
T/Shooting
5
6
7
8
Alarm Hist
AlarmClear
Inv. Reset
T/Shooting
1
2
3
4
M. Not Run
M. Spd Error
M. A/Dec Err
M. Curr.High
1
2
3
4
M. Not Run
M. Spd Error
M. A/Dec Err
M. Curr.High
SHIFT
key and
key together.
The screen moves to the next page.
3) Using the
4) Press the
key, move the cursor to "8 T/Shooting".
READ
key.
The alarm phenomenon menu appears.
5) Press the
or
key to move the cursor to the required
item.
6) Press the
READ
key.
The cause of the fault is displayed. (See page 48.)
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MONITOR
PU Oper
Pr. List
Pr. Clear
M. SPEED ERROR
SetF>MaxF1/F2
60. 00 Pr1/18
Hz
3
HELP
(1) Troubleshooting guidance
1) M.NOT RUNNING (Motor does not run)
M. NOT RUNNING
ALARM
Indicated
<SHIFT>
The inverter has alarmM. NOT RUNNING
tripped (protection
Max. F1<StartF
Pr. 1 Pr. 13
activated), resulting in
output shut-off.
Press the SHIFT key to
display the cause of the trip.
M. NOT RUNNING
NO I/P Power
or Phase Loss
The inverter's main circuit
power is lost or there is an
open phase in the power
supply. Check the power
supply.
M. NOT RUNNING Both start signals STF and
STR are ON or OFF.
STF, STR
both are OFF
or ON
M. NOT RUNNING
MRS is ON
The output shut-off input
signal MRS is ON.
M. NOT RUNNING The inverter starting
SetF<StartF frequency (Pr. 13) setting
Pr. 13 is higher than the
frequency currently set.
The inverter cannot start
because the inverter
starting frequency (Pr. 13)
is higher than the
maximum frequency (Pr. 1).
M. NOT RUNNING The inverter cannot start
because you attempted to
EnableFR Set
See Pr. 78
run the motor in the
direction in which forward
or reverse rotation is
inhibited as set in Pr. 78.
M. NOT RUNNING
Current Limit
Activated
<SHIFT>
The inverter cannot start
since the current limit
function is activated. Press
the SHIFT key to display
the estimated cause that
the current limit function
was activated.
M. NOT RUNNING The inverter does not start
because it is in a stop
TS Control
period in the programmed
Standby Mode operation mode.
M. NOT RUNNING The inverter does not start
because the inverter need
Under
PID Control
not start the motor as a
result of the arithmetic
operation of PID control.
M. NOT RUNNING The current input select
signal AU remains OFF
AU is OFF
(not ON).
M. NOT RUNNING The inverter will not restart
since the automatic restart
CS is OFF
after instantaneous power
See Pr. 57
failure select signal CS is
OFF.
It is estimated that an
M. NOT RUNNING Neither of the FWD and REV
instantaneous power
keys are ON in the PU operation
NO Command
failure has occurred or the
From PU
mode.
inverter in the commercial
power supply switch-over
operation mode.
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HELP
2) M.SPEED ERROR
(Speed does not match the running frequency(setting)
M. SPEED ERROR
SetF>MaxF1/F2
60. 00 Hz
Pr1/18
Since the running frequency setting is higher than the maximum
frequency (Pr. 1) setting, the running frequency remains at the
maximum frequency.
M. SPEED ERROR Since the running frequency setting is lower than the minimum
frequency (Pr. 2) setting, the running frequency has been
SetF>MinF1
60. 00 Hz
increased to the minimum frequency.
Pr2
M. SPEED ERROR Since the running frequency setting is within the frequency
jump setting range (Pr. 31 to 36), the running frequency has
Fjump Working
See Pr. 31 36
jumped.
SetF= 60. 00Hz
M. SPEED ERROR The current limit function was activated and forced the running
frequency to reduce. Press the SHIFT key to display the cause
Current Limit
Activated
that the current limit function was activated.
<SHIFT>
M. SPEED ERROR
Under
PI Control
As a result of arithmetic operation of PID control, the running
frequency differs from the set value.
3) M.A/Dec Err
(Actual acceleration/deceleration time is(longer than the Pr. 7/Pr. 8 setting)
Set
5. 0S
0 60. 00Hz
Set
5. 0S
60. 00Hz 0
Acceleration time setting (Pr. 7) is displayed.
Frequency reached in the above set time (acceleration/
deceleration reference frequency, Pr. 20) is displayed.
Deceleration time setting (Pr. 8) is displayed.
Frequency from which deceleration is made in the above
set time (acceleration/deceleration reference frequency,
Pr. 20) is displayed.
Stll Pv. ON?
Set Too Low?
Load Too Big?
Pr. 22 Error?
Estimated cause that actual acceleration/deceleration
time is longer than the setting is displayed.
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3
HELP
4) M.Curr.High
(Inverter output current is larger than normal)
Inv. Output
60. 00Hz
10A 182. 4V
<SHIFT>
First, the running frequency,output current
and output voltage of the inverter are displayed.
Press the SHIFT key to display the estimated
cause of large output current.
SHIFT
Low Impedance
Motor?
Reduce TrqBst
Pr. 0, 46, 112
The motor used may be a special motor other than
the general-purpose 3-phase induction motor.
If so, reduce the torque boost setting.
Related parameters: Pr. 0, 46, 112
Low Trq
Motor?
Reduce TrqBst
Pr. 0, 46, 112
The motor used may be a constant-torque motor
(motor for inverter).
If so, reduce the torque boost setting.
Related parameters: Pr. 0, 46, 112
Trq. Bst
Setting Err?
See Pr. 0, 46,
112
Since the torque boost setting may be inappropriate,
check the following relevant
parameters: Related
parameters: Pr. 0, 46, 112
V/F Setting
Since the V/F pattern setting may be inappropriate,
check the following relevant
parameters: Related
parameters: Pr. 3, 14, 19, 47
Error?
See Pr. 3, 14,
19, 47
Load Too Big?
OutPut
Phase Loss?
The load may be too heavy.
An open phase may have occurred between the
inverter and motor.
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HELP
3.2.10 Selectop
A500
F500
E500 -NA -EC -CH S500 -NA -EC -CH F500J -CH
C500
Displays the signals assigned to the I/O terminals of the control circuit and their ONOFF states.
1) Press the HELP key twice in the operation mode.
The help function menu is called.
2) Press the
SHIFT
key and
key together twice.
The screen moves two pages.
3) Using the
4) Press the
key, move the cursor to "10 ".
READ
key.
The signals assigned to the control circuit terminals and
their ON-OFF states are displayed. (*)
1
2
3
4
MONITOR
PU Oper
Pr. List
Pr. Clear
9 S/W
10 Selectop
11 Option
9 S/W
10 Selectop
11 Option
RL : 0
RM : 1
RH : 2
RT : 3
*The screen shows "- - -" when you set "9999" in Pr. 180 to Pr. 186.
3
51
HELP
3.2.11 Option
Displays what options are fitted to the option connectors.
1) Press the HELP key twice in the operation mode.
The help function menu is called.
2) Press the
SHIFT
key and
key together twice.
The screen moves two pages.
3) Using the
4) Press the
key, move the cursor to "11 ".
READ
key.
What options are mounted are displayed. (*)
1
2
3
4
MONITOR
PU Oper
Pr. List
Pr. Clear
9 S/W
10 Selectop
11 Option
9 S/W
10 Selectop
11 Option
<Option>
OP1 :
OP2 :
OP3 :
*Numbers OP1 to OP3 correspond to numbers 1 to 3 of the option slot on the inverter
side.
For the inverter with only one option slot, what option is mounted is displayed next to
OP1.
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3.3 Other Precautions
HELP
3.3 Other Precautions
3.3.1 Precautions for parameter unit operation
Note the following items when operating the parameter unit to prevent setting from
being disabled or incorrect values from being entered.
(1) Precautions for the digit count and decimal point of input value
• The maximum number of input digits is 5. If you enter a value in excess of 5 digits,
the most significant digit is ignored.
12345.6
2345.6
Ignored
(Input)
(2) Other indications
• When the input power is switched on (or the inverter is reset), the message below will
be displayed. It is displayed while the inverter and parameter unit are making
communication checks mutually, and is not a fault.
However, if that message does not disappear in about 1 minute, perform the
following check.
PU to Inverter
comms. Error
Inv. Reset ON
<Check items>
1) Check that the reset signal (across terminals RES-SD) is not ON.
2) Check that the parameter unit is fitted in the connector properly.
(3) Power-on indication
1) When you connect the parameter unit and power on the
inverter, the initial screen appears. (For about 3 seconds)
MITSUBISHI
2) When communication with the inverter starts, the monitor mode is established.
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3
CHAPTER 4
OPERATION
This chapter explains the basic "operation" for use of this
product.
Always read the instructions before using the equipment.
4.1 Operation Modes ..........................................................54
4.2 PU Operation ................................................................56
Chapter 1
4.3 Combined Operation
(Operation using external input signals and PU) ..........58
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
4.1 Operation Modes
OPERATION
4 OPERATION
4.1 Operation Modes
4.1.1 How to select the operation mode
(1) Switching from external operation mode [EXT] to PU operation mode
[PU]
Confirmation
Make sure that the external input signal (STF, STR) is OFF.
Frequency setting screen
PU
0.00 Hz
DIRECTLY
Set
0. 00Hz
0.00Hz
MON
STOP EXT
--- STOP PU
Pressing the PU key switches to the PU operation mode and changes the operation
mode indication to [PU], establishing the PU operation mode.
(2) Switching from PU operation mode [PU] to external operation mode [EXT]
Confirmation
Make sure that the external input signal (STF, STR) is OFF and that the operation
command indication is "- - -".
EXT
0.00Hz
0.00Hz
STOP EXT
STOP PU
Pressing the EXT key switches to the external operation mode and changes the
operation mode indication to [EXT], establishing the external operation mode.
(3) Switching to the external / PU combined operation mode
Change the Pr. 79 "operation mode selection" setting as indicated below.
"PU+E" is displayed in the operation mode indication position.
CAUTION
The functions vary with the inverter.
(Refer to the inverter instruction manual for details.)
Setting
3
4
Description
Running frequency setting
Parameter unit
Direct setting and
/
key setting
External signal input
Multi-speed selection (Pr. 4 to Pr. 6, Pr. 24 to Pr. 27)
External signal input
0 to 5VDC across terminals 2-5
0 to 10VDC across terminals 2-5
4 to 20mADC across terminals 4-5
Multi-speed selection (Pr. 4 to Pr. 6, Pr. 24 to Pr. 27)
JOG frequency (Pr. 15)
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Start signal
External signal input
Terminal STF
Terminal STR
Parameter unit
FWD key
REV
key
OPERATION
REMARKS
If the operation mode cannot be switched properly, check the following:
1. External input signal................................ Make sure that the signal is off. If it is on,
(STF or STR signal)
the operation mode cannot be switched
properly.
2. Parameter setting....................................Confirm the Pr. 79 "operation mode
selection" setting.
(Refer to page 54 and the inverter
instruction manual.)
3. Limitation of the operation mode............. When Pr. 79 "operation mode selection"
setting is other than "0", the operation
mode is limited accordingly.
4
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4.2 PU Operation
OPERATION
4.2 PU Operation
CAUTION
The functions vary with the inverter. (Refer to the inverter instruction manual for details.)
4.2.1 Ordinary operation
You can change speed by repeating the following steps 2 and 3 during motor operation:
Step
1
Operation Procedure
Switch power on, press the PU key, and make sure that
the frequency setting screen appears on the display.
(If it is not shown, switch to the PU operation mode.)
Image
1. Power on
Operation mode check
ON
DIRECTLY
SET
0. 00Hz
2
3
Set the running frequency to 60Hz.
After setting the running frequency in either of the following
ways, press the WRITE key to enter the running frequency:
Direct setting
After pressing the PU key, enter the frequency directly
with the number keys.
Note that this setting is not available in the monitoring
mode. In this case, press the PU key to leave the
monitoring mode and re-set the frequency.
Step setting
/
key to keep on varying the frequency.
Press the
Hold down the
(or
) key to vary the frequency.
At the beginning, the frequency varies slowly and this
feature may be used for fine adjustment.
Step setting may also be made during inverter
operation. However, since the
/
key is used to
vary the preset frequency, the varied frequency will
differ from the output frequency in the monitor mode
where the output frequency is displayed.
Press the
FWD
or
REV
2. Running frequency setting
<Direct setting>
7
8
9
4
5
6
1
2
3
0
(or)
3. Start
key.
The motor starts running. The parameter unit
automatically enters the monitoring mode and shows the
output frequency.
FWD
(or)
REV
60.00Hz
STF FWD PU
4
Press the
STOP
RESET
4. Stop
key.
STOP
The motor is decelerated to a stop.
RESET
Stop
REMARKS
When performing PU operation to run the motor, pressing the start key ( FWD or
key) after setting the running frequency switches to monitor mode automatically.
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REV
OPERATION
4.2.2 PU jog operation
A500
E500 -NA -EC -CH S500 -NA -EC -CH F500J -CH
F500
C500
Hold down the FWD or REV key to perform operation, and release it to stop.
Jog operation cannot be performed in the following cases:
• During motor operation
• The jog frequency (Pr. 15) value is less than the starting frequency (Pr. 13) value.
Step
Operation Procedure
1 Switch to the PU operation mode.
If the operation mode indication is not [PU], refer to page
54 and switch to the PU operation mode.
Image
1. Power on
Operation mode check
ON
DIRECTLY
SET
0. 00Hz
2
3
The frequency and acceleration/deceleration time for jog
operation can be set in the following parameters.
<Factory setting>
• Pr. 15 "jog frequency".............................. 5Hz
• Pr. 16 "jog acceleration/deceleration" ...... 0.5s
2. Running frequency setting
Press the PU key, then the
3. Jog operation mode selection
SHIFT
key.
SET
8
PU
The jog operation mode is selected and the PU JOG
frequency setting screen appears on the display.
1
Press the
FWD
or
REV
key.
READ
WRITE
SHIFT
Set
To change the frequency, enter the value and press the
WRITE key.
4
5
PU/JOG
8. 00Hz
4. Operation
The display changes to the monitor screen. Hold down
the key to perform operation and release it to stop.
FWD
(or)
REV
If the motor does not run, check Pr. 13 "starting
frequency". If its setting is less than the starting
frequency, the motor will not run.
5
4
5. Exit from jog operation mode
Press the PU key.
PU
The inverter exits from the jog operation mode and
returns to the ordinary PU operation mode.
To return to the jog operation mode, press the
SHIFT
key.
REMARKS
The jog operation mode may also be selected from the
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HELP
DIRECTLY
Set
0. 00Hz
key. (Refer to page 33)
4.3
Combined Operation (Operation using external input signals and PU)
OPERATION
4.3 Combined Operation (Operation using external input signals and PU)
CAUTION
The functions vary with the inverter. (Refer to the inverter instruction manual for details.)
4.3.1 Entering the start signal from outside and setting the running
frequency from the PU (Pr. 79=3)
The external frequency setting signals and the PU's FWD and REV keys are not accepted.
STOP
RESET
key is valid when Pr. 75 "PU stop selection" = "14 to 17".
Step
Operation Procedure
1 Switch the power on.
Image
1. Power on
ON
2
Set "3" in Pr. 79 "operation mode selection".
The combined operation mode is selected and the
operation mode indication on the display changes to
"PU+E".
2. Operation mode selection
7 9
SET
3
READ
WRITE
0.00Hz
STOP PU+E
3
Set the start switch (STF or STR) to ON.
REMARKS
If the forward and reverse rotation switches are both set to
ON, the inverter will not start. Also, if these switches are both
set to ON during operation, the motor is decelerated to a stop.
3. Start
Forward rotation
Reverse rotation
60.00Hz
ON
STF FWD PU+E
4
Set the running frequency to 60Hz from the parameter unit.
The operation command indication changes to "STF" or
"STR" and the operation status indication changes to the
output (FWD or REV) indication.
Direct setting
After pressing the PU key, enter the frequency directly with
the number keys.
Note that this setting is not available in the monitoring mode.
In this case, press the PU key to leave the monitoring mode
and then re-set the frequency.
Press the PU key to call the frequency setting screen, and
4. Running frequency setting
<Direct setting>
7
8
9
4
5
6
1
2
3
0
<Step setting>
perform step setting.
key to keep on varying the frequency.
Press the
/
(or
) key to vary the frequency. As the
Hold down the
frequency varies slowly at the beginning, this feature may be
used for fine adjustment.
5
Set the start switch (STF or STR) to OFF.
The motor stops running.
5. Stop
Forward rotation
Reverse rotation
Stop
OFF
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OPERATION
4.3.2 Entering the running frequency from outside and making start
and stop from the PU (Pr. 79 = 4)
Step
Operation Procedure
1 Switch the power on.
Image
1. Power on
ON
2
Set "4" in Pr. 79 "operation mode selection".
The combined operation mode is selected and the
operation mode indication on the display changes to
"PU+E".
2. Operation mode selection
7 9
SET
4
READ
WRITE
0.00Hz
STOP PU+E
3
Enter the external running frequency signal (select the
multi-speed signal or turn the frequency setting
potentiometer).
3. Running frequency
High speed
ON
Mid speed
Low speed
or
4
Press the
FWD
or
REV
key of the PU.
The motor starts running.
The state of the output frequency is shown on the
display.
4. Start
FWD
REMARKS
The starting terminals (STF, STR) of the inverter are invalid.
The inverter may also be started by pressing the
(or)
REV
60.00Hz
STF FWD PU+E
FWD
or REV key of the PU and then increasing the level of
the frequency setting signal.
5
Press the
STOP
RESET
5. Stop
key of the PU.
STOP
The motor is decelerated to a stop.
RESET
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Stop
4
OPERATION
4.3.3 Entering the start signal and multi-speed signal from outside
and setting multiple speeds from the PU
Step
Operation Procedure
1 Switch the power on.
Image
1. Power on
ON
2
3
Select the multi-speed signal required for operation
(switch the RH, RM, RL or REX signal on).
Set the start switch (STF or STR signal) to ON.
The operation command indication changes to "STF" or
"STR", the operation status indication changes to the
output (FWD or REV) indication, and the motor starts
running.
2. Multi-speed signal selection
High speed
Mid speed
ON
Low speed
3. Start
Forward rotation
Reverse rotation
REMARKS
If the forward and reverse rotation switches are both
set to ON, the inverter will not start. Also, if these
switches are both set to ON during operation, the
motor is decelerated to a stop.
4
Change the multi-speed frequency during running from
the PU. When high speed has been selected (RH signal
ON), changing the Pr. 4 "three-speed setting (high
speed)" value varies the speed.
60.00Hz
ON
STF FWD EXT
4. Running frequency
High speed
Mid speed
Low speed
SET
REMARKS
The other multiple-speed settings not being used may
also be changed during operation.
5
Switch off the multi-speed signal (RH, RM, RL or REX
signal) and set the start switch (STF or STR signal) to
OFF.
The motor stops running.
WRITE
READ
5. Stop
High speed
Mid speed
Low speed
Forward rotation
OFF
OFF
60
4
Reverse
rotation
CHAPTER 5
SPECIFICATION
This chapter provides the "specifications" for use of this
product.
Always read the instructions before using the equipment.
5.1 Specifications ...............................................................61
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
5.1 Specifications
SPECIFICATIONS
5 SPECIFICATION
5.1 Specifications
5.1.1 Standard specifications
Item
Specifications
Ambient temperature
-10°C to +50°C (non-freezing) (*1)
Ambient humidity
90%RH or less (non-condensing)
Storage temperature
-20°C to +65°C (*2)
Ambience
Indoors (free from corrosive gas, flammable gas, oil mist, dust and dirt)
Maximum 1000m above sea level for standard operation.
Altitude, vibration
5.9m/s2 or less (conforming to JIS C 0040)
Power supply
Power is supplied from the inverter.
Connection
Fitted to the inverter or connected to the inverter by the cable.
Display
LCD (liquid crystal display, 13 characters 4 lines)
Size
125 (H) × 70 (W) × 15 (D)
Data retention
Onboard E2PROM
Number of write
Maximum 100,000 times
times
*1. At the low temperatures of less than about 0, the liquid crystal display (LCD) may
be slower in operation. At high temperatures, the LCD life may become shorter.
*2. Temperatures applicable for a short time, e.g. in transit.
CAUTION
1. Do not expose the liquid crystal screen to direct sunlight.
2. During transportation, use care to avoid loading the liquid crystal display.
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SPECIFICATIONS
5.1.2 Outline drawing
24
(0.97)
10.5
(0.41)
18.5
(0.73)
5-M3 threads
Valid depth 4.5
40 (1.57)
(Front)
13 (0.51)
14.5
(0.57)
80 (3.15)
125 (4.92)
21.5
(0.85)
48 (1.89)
20
(0.79)
15
(0.59)
72 (2.83)
(Side)
(Unit : mm(inches))
(Rear)
5.1.3 Panel cutting drawing
16.5
(0.65)
23.75 (0.93)
4hole
1.5 (0.06)
1.25
(0.05)
5-
13 (0.51)
81.5 (3.21)
17
(0.67)
1.5 (0.06)
11.75
(0.46)
40 (1.57)
(Unit : mm(inches))
5
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REVISIONS
*The manual number is given on the bottom left of the back cover.
Print Date
Revision
Oct., 1997
*Manual Number
IB(NA)-066807-A First edition
Mar., 2001
IB(NA)-066807-B Overall reexamination
Dec., 2002
IB(NA)-066807-C Correction of the panel cutting dimension drawing
Addition
Compatible with the FR-F500J and FR-C500 series