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Simple, Trip-less and Environment-friendly
Compact Inverter!
2
Environment-friendly Inverter
RoHS compliance for all models.
Integrated EMC Filter
Cost and space reduction compared
with external EMC filter.
(European version only)
Level [dB V ]
VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVE
X200Series
1
Single-phase input: EN61800-3 cat.C1
Three-phase input : EN61800-3 cat.C2
120
110
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
No filter
Integrated EMC filter
150k 200k 500k
1M
2M
5M
Frequency [Hz]
10M
20M 30M
Conducted emission data
(Example of X200-007SFEF)
3
4
Emergency Stop Function
Shut off INV output by hardware without software(CPU) high quality
emergency stop.
Improved Trip Avoidance Function
Over current and over voltage suppressing function is incorporated. This function
reduces inverter tripping.
<set ramp=0.1s> 5A/div 500ms/div
The X200 decelerates
Motor
and stops the motor
rotation
OC trip
Motor
using regenerative
current
energy from the motor
even though the power
start
start
is not supplied.
OC suppression OFF
5
OC suppression ON
Non-stop operation at IPF
This can achieve smooth retry even when the IPF
(Instantaneous Power Failure) occurs.
This is useful especially in Fan and pump
application.
Mains
Motor current
Motor rotation
Model Configuration
1-/3-phase 200V class
Applicable Motor
kW (HP)
3-phase 400V class
US version
European version
Japanese version
0.2(1/4)
X200-002NFU
X200-002SFEF
X200-002LFRF
0.4(1/2)
X200-004NFU
X200-004SFEF
0.55(3/4)
0.75(1)
US version
European version
X200-004LFRF
X200-004HFU
X200-004HFEF
X200-007LFRF
X200-007HFU
X200-007HFEF
X200-005SFEF
X200-007NFU
1.1(1.5)
X200-007SFEF
X200-011SFEF
1.5(2)
X200-015NFU
X200-015SFEF
X200-015LFRF
X200-015HFU
X200-015HFEF
2.2(3)
X200-022NFU
X200-022SFEF
X200-022LFRF
X200-022HFU
X200-022HFEF
3.0(4)
3.7(5)
X200-030HFEF
X200-037LFU
X200-037LFRF
X200-040HFU
X200-040HFEF
5.5(7.5)
X200-055LFU
X200-055LFRF
X200-055HFU
X200-055HFEF
7.5(10)
X200-075LFU
X200-075LFRF
X200-075HFU
X200-075HFEF
4.0(5)
1
7
The X200 delivers "realtime" energy-saving
operation for your fan and
pump applications. This
function insures that
motor operates at
minimum current in
response to the torque
required by the load.
Required power (%)
6
Automatic Energy-saving Function
9
100
91%
90
Damper control
80
70
76%
60
50
61%
Energy
40
Saving
30
20
22%
Inverter
10
control
0
0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
Flow (%)
(during regenerating operation increase the DC bus voltage may over motor
max. insulation voltage)
Since an inverter can be stuck and installed in a
horizontal direction,
a space can be used effectively.
space
needlessness
Micro Surge Voltage suppress
function (Patent registered in
Japan,USA & Korea)
Hitachi original PWM control suppressing Motor terminal
Voltage less than 2 times of INV DC voltage E.
Lower than Hitachi motor Max. insulation voltage (1,250V)
Side-by-side installation
* Side-by-side installation has derating for carrier frequency
and output current required
10
Versatile Functions
11
Global Performance
Motor terminal voltage
1,250V
• Pure analog monitor output(10-bit, 0-10VDC)
• Low load detection
• External thermistor terminal (PTC)
• Cooling-fan on/off
• Instantaneous power failure recovery
• Second motor setting
• 3-wire control
• Analog input selection
• Second acceleration/deceleration setting
• Jogging
• Auto-carrier frequency reduction
• Unattended start protection (USP)
• Analog input wire-break detection
E=650V, cable=100m
8
Network Compatibility
• Conformity to global standards
CE, UL, c-UL and c-Tick approvals
RS-485 is provided as standard for Modbus-RTU
serial communication PROFIBUS,
CANopen option modules are available soon.
〈CE〉
ISO 14001
EC97J1095
ISO 9001
JQA-1153
〈UL, c-UL〉
〈c-Tick〉
Hitachi variable frequency
drives (inverters) in this
brochure are produced at the
factory registered under the
ISO 14001 standard for
environmental management
system and the ISO 9001
standard for inverter quality
management system.
Model Name Indication
Japanese version
CONTENTS
X200-004 H F E F
F : Integrated EMC filter
(European version)
X200-004HFRF
X200-007HFRF
Series Name
U : US version
E : European version
R : Japanese version
X200-015HFRF
F : With keypad
X200-022HFRF
X200-037HFRF
X200-055HFRF
X200-075HFRF
Applicable Motor
Power Source
Capacity
N : 1 or 3-phase 200V class
002: 0.2kW(1/4HP)
S : 1-phase 200V class
|
075: 7.5kW(10HP)
L : 3-phase 200V class
Features
1-2
Standard Specifications
3
Dimensions
4
Operation and Programming
5
Operation / Terminal Functions
6
Function List
7-9
Protective Functions
10
Connecting Diagram
11-12
Wiring and Accessories
13
Torque characteristics/Derating Curves
14
For Correct Operation
15-16
H : 3-phase 400V class
2
Standard Specifications
1-/3-phase 200V class
European Version
US Version
Applicable motor size, 4-pole kW(HP) *1
230V
Rated capacity
240V
Rated output current (A) *2
Overload capacity(output current)
Rated output voltage (V)
Model X200-
Output Ratings
Input Rating
002SFEF
002NFU
0.2(1/4)
0.5
0.5
1.4
004SFEF
004NFU
0.4(1/2)
1.0
1.0
2.6
0.8
0.8
1.0
0.9
Rated input voltage (V)
Enclosure *4
Cooling method
-SFEF
-NFU/LFU
-SFEF
-NFU/LFU
Integrated EMC filter
Weight (kg)
005SFEF
0.55(3/4)
1.1
1.2
3.0
011SFEF
015SFEF
022SFEF
015NFU
037LFU
55LFU
022NFU
1.5 (2)
3.7(5)
5.5(7.5)
1.1(1.5)
2.2(3)
2.8
6.3
9.6
1.9
3.9
2.9
6.6
9.9
2.0
4.1
7.1
15.9
24.0
5.0
10.0
150% for 60 sec.
3-phase (3-wire) 200 to 240V (corresponding to input voltage)
SFEF: 1-phase 200 to 240V+10%, -15%, 50/60Hz ±5%
NFU: 1-/3-phase 200 to 240V+10%, -15%, 50/60Hz ±5%
LFU: 3-phase 200 to 240V+10%, -15%, 50/60Hz ±5%
IP20
Self-cooling
Force ventilation
EN61800-3 category C1 filter
1.5
1.5
2.4
2.4
2.5
1.5
2.3
2.4
2.3
4.2
007SFEF
007NFU
0.75(1)
1.5
1.6
4.0
075LFU
7.5(10)
12.7
13.3
32.0
4.2
3-phase 400V class
European Version
US Version
Applicable motor size, 4-pole kW(HP) *1
Rated capacity
400V
480V
Rated output current (A) *2
Overload capacity(output current)
Rated output voltage (V)
Rated input voltage (V)
Model X200-
Output Ratings
Input Rating
Enclosure *4
Cooling method
004HFEF
004HFU
0.4(1/2)
1.0
1.2
1.5
007HFEF
007HFU
0.75(1)
1.7
2.0
2.5
Self-cooling
-HFEF
-HFU
-HFEF
-HFU
Integrated EMC filter
Weight (kg)
1.5
1.4
2.3
2.2
030HFEF
022HFEF
040HFEF
022HFU
040HFU
2.2(3)
4(5)
3(4)
3.8
5.9
5.4
4.5
7.1
6.4
5.5
8.6
7.8
150% for 60 sec.
3-phase (3-wire) 380 to 480V (corresponding to input voltage)
3-phase 380 to 480V +10%, -15%, 50/60Hz±5%
IP20
Force ventilation
EN61800-3 category C2 filter
2.4
2.4
2.4
2.4
2.3
2.3
2.3
-
015HFEF
015HFU
1.5 (2)
2.6
3.1
3.8
055HFEF
055HFU
5.5(7.5)
9.0
10.8
13.0
075HFEF
075HFU
7.5(10)
11.1
13.3
16.0
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
General Specifications
Control
Item
Control method
Output frequency range *5
Frequency accuracy *6
Frequency setting resolution
Voltage/Frequency Characteristic
Acceleration/deceleration time
Starting torque *7
Carrier frequency range
Protective functions
Specification
Input terminal
Functions
Specification
Intelligent output terminal
Function
Output signal
Analog output terminal
Display
Specification
Function
Specification
Function
Operator
Status LED
Interface
Frequency setting
Operation
FW/RV Run
Environment
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Vibration
Location
Other functions
Coating color
Options
Operator keypad
External signal
Serial port
Operator Keypad
External signal
Serial port
General Specifications
Line-to-line sine wave pulse-width modulation (PWM) control
0.5 to 400Hz
Digital command :±0.01%, Analog command±0.4% (25 ±10˚C)
Digital: 0.1Hz, Analog: (max frequency)/1000
V/f control,V/f variable (constant torque, reduced torque)
0.01 to 3000 sec. (linear, sigmoid), two-stage accel./decel.
100%/6Hz
2.0 to 12kHz
Over-current, over-voltage, under-voltage, overload, overheat, ground fault at power-on, input over-voltage, external trip, EEPROM error,
CPU error, USP error, Termister error, Driver error, Emergency stop
10kohm input impedance, sink/source logic selectable
FW(Forward), RV(Reverse), CF1-CF4(Multispeed command), JG(Jogging), DB(External DC braking), SET(Second motor constants setting),
2CH(Second accel./decel.), FRS(Free-run stop), EXT(External trip), USP(Unattended start protection), SFT(Software lock), AT(Analog input
selection), RS(Reset), PTC(Thermistor input) *8, STA(3-wire start), STP(3-wire stop), F/R(3-wire fwd./rev.), PID(PID On/Off), PIDC(PID reset),
UP/DWN(Remote-controlled accel./decel.) , UDC(Remote-controlled data clearing), OPE(Operator control), ADD(ADD frequency enable), FTM(force terminal mode), RDY(quick start enable),S-ST(Special-Set 2nd Motor Data),EMR(Emergency stop), NO(Not selected)
27V DC 50mA max open collector output, 1 terminals
1c output 250V AC/30V DC 2.5A relay (AL0, AL1, AL2 terminals)
RUN(run signal), FA1(Frequency arrival type 1 - constant speed), FA2(Frequency arrival type 2 - over-frequency), OL(overload advance
notice signal), OD(Output deviation for PID control), AL(alarm signal), DC(Wire brake detect on analog input), FBV(PID Second Stage
Output), NDC(ModBus Network Detection Signal), LOG(Logic Output Function), ODC(Option Card Detection Signal), LOC(Low load)
0 to 10V DC
Analog Frequency monitor, analog current monitor
4-digits 7 segment LEDs
Parameter setting, output frequency, output current, scaled value of output frequency, trip history, I/O terminal condition, output
voltage. Rotation direction, PID Feedback, RON time, Power-on time.
Power, Alarm, Run, Prg, Hz and A
Potentiometer, RUN, STOP/RESET, UP, DOWN, FUN and STR keys
Up and Down keys / Value settings or analog setting via potentiometer on operator keypad
0 to 10 V DC, 4 to 20 mA
RS485 interface (Modbus RTU)
Run key / Stop key (change FW/RV by function command)
FW Run/Stop (NO contact), RV set by terminal assignment (NC/NO), 3-wire input available
RS485 interface (Modbus RTU)
-10 to 50˚C(carrier derating required for aambient temperature higher than 40°C), no freezing
-20 to 65˚C
20 to 90% RH
5.9mm/s2 (0.6G) 10 to 55Hz
Altitude 1,000 m or less, indoors (no corrosive gasses or dust)
AVR (Automatic Voltage Regulation), V/f characteristic selection, accel./
decel. curve selection, frequency upper/lower limit, 16 stage multispeed, PID control, frequency jump, external frequency input bias
start/end, jogging, cooling fan On/Off, trip history etc.
Blue
Remote operator with copy function (SRW-0EX), input/output reactors, DC reactors, radio noise filters, braking resistors, braking units, LCR
filter, communication cables (ICS-1, 3)
Note 1: The applicable motor refers to Hitachi standard 3-phase motor (4-pole). When using other motors, care must be taken to prevent the rated motor current (50/60 Hz) from exceeding the rated output current
of the inverter.
Note 2: The output voltage decreases as the main supply voltage decreases (except when using the AVR function). In any case, the output voltage cannot exceed the input power supply voltage.
Note 3: The braking torque via capacitive feedback is the average deceleration torque at the shortest deceleration (stopping from 50/60 Hz as indicated). It is not continuous regenerative braking torque. The
average decel torque varies with motor loss. This value decreases when operating beyond 50 Hz. If a large regenerative torque is required, the optional regenerative braking resistor should be used.
Note 4: The protection method conforms to JEM 1030.
Note 5: To operate the motor beyond 50/60 Hz, consult the motor manufacturer for the maximum allowable rotation speed.
Note 6: The output frequency may exceed the maximum frequency setting (A004 or A204) for automatic stabilization control.
Note 7: At the rated voltage when using a Hitachi standard 3-phase, 4pole motor.
Note 8: Only terminal 5 is assignable the PTC (thermistor) function.
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Dimensions
X200-002SFEF, NFU
●
X200-004SFEF, NFU
80(3.15)
80(3.15)
67(2.64)
67(2.64)
5(0.20)
13(0.51)
●
X200-007SFEF,NFU
●
●
X200-011SFEF
X200-037LFU
110(4.33)
●
155(6.10)
X200-015∼022SFEF, NFU
X200-007∼040HFEF, HFU
110(4.33)
98(3.86)
98(3.86)
5(0.20)
Exhaust
4.4(0.17)
Wall
Air Intake
6(0.24)
011SFEF, 007HFEF, HFU:
without FAN
X200-055∼075HFEF
2-φ6(0.24)
Wall
4.4(0.17)
235(9.25)
180(7.09)
164(6.46)
250(9.84)
●
155(6.10)
55(2.17)
128(5.04)
28(1.10)
5(0.20)
2.6(0.10)
X200-055∼075LFU,HFU
Wall
4.4(0.17)
189(7.44)
176(6.93)
6(0.24)
6(0.24)
5(0.20)
5(0.20)
6(0.24)
165(6.50)
●
●
176(6.93)
X200-005SFEF
X200-004HFEF,HFU
2.6(0.10)
2.6(0.10)
●
107(4.21)
27(1.06)
5(0.20)
93(3.66)
5(0.20)
Wall
4.4(0.17)
143(5.63)
155(6.10)
Wall
4.4(0.17)
143(5.63)
6(0.24)
6(0.24)
5(0.20)
●
[Unit: mm(inch)]
Inches for reference only
189(7.44)
●
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Operation and Programming
The X200 series can be easily operated with the digital operator provided as standard.
4X-KITmini
Screw
The digital operator can also be detached and used for remote-control. An operator with copy function
is also available as an option.
Panel
Parameter Display
External
Gasket
Power LED
Displays frequency, motor current,
Lights when the power
rotational speed of the
input to the drive is ON.
Front Cover
motor, and an alarm code.
Internal
Gasket 1
Display Unit LEDs
RUN Key
Indicates the unit associated
Press to run the motor.
to
drive
or
reset
an
stop
Internal
Gasket 2
Monitor LEDs
STOP/RESET Key
Press
Seal
with the parameter display.
Rear Cover
Shows drive's status.
the
alarm.
Potentiometer
Function Key
You can mount an optional keypad
Press to set or monitor a
with the potentiometer part no.
parameter value.
OPE-SRmini for a NEMA1 rated
Press
up
or
parameters
for removing the potentiometer
down
and
installation. The kit also provides
Store Key
Up/Down Keys
to
sequence
functions
shown
Press to write the new
through
on
value to the EEPROM.
the
display, and increment/decrement values.
knob to meet NEMA 4X
requirements, as shown (part no.
4X-KITmini).
1. Setting the maximum output frequency
(1)
or the value previously
monitored is displayed.
Power
on
(2)Function code appears.
Press
(5)
appears.
key.
(3)
appears.
Press
Press
until
appears.
(6)Preset value is displayed.
Press
Press
(4)
until
*Pressing
2. Running the motor(by potentiometer)
or the value previously
monitored is displayed.
(8)Returns to
and
the setting is complete.
Press
key
to store
the value.
*To run the motor, go back to
monitor mode or basic setting mode.
appears.
(1)
key.
(7)Newly set value is displayed.
Press
to set desired
value.
key.
or the code
number set in the end of
last setting is displayed.
key
for a while and back to
(2)The motor runs at the frequency
set by the potentiometer.
(3)The motor stops.
Power
on
Press
key and turn the
potentiometer clockwise.
Press
key to stop the motor.
(Output frequency monitor)
3. Monitoring output current value
(1)
Power
on
or the value previously
monitored is displayed.
Press
(2)Function code appears.
key.
(3)
Press
(4)Output current value
is displayed.
appears.
Press
key.
until
appears.
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Operation / Terminal Functions
Hardware switches
Switch symbol
Switch Name
SW7
RS-485
communication/key pad
selection switch
Switch Name Description
Select communication connector distination. *1
485
RS-485 communicaiton via Modbus protocol
OPE [default] Keypad (option)
Select frequency and run command input source.
SW7
485
SW8
The SW8 is for the emergency signal input. If you turn this DIP
switch ON, the inverter is ready to receive emergency signal from
the dedicated terminal #3. Inverter shuts off the output by means of
pure hardware when a signal is given to the terminal.
Each signals related to this emergency input must be in accordance
with the norm. Additionally, the logic input terminal assign will be
changed automatically if the SW8 is made ON.
ON
OPE
OFF
Emergency stop
ON/OFF
SW8
Note 1:The standard keypad OPE (OPE-SRmini) can be used either the switch is set to 485 or OPE.
Note 2:Input terminal selection (EMR) cannot be chosen from an operaator. If the slide switch SW8 is turned ON, it
divides automatically and is attached.
RS-485 communication/
operator selection switch
Emergency stop ON/Off switch
Terminal Description
Terminal Symbol
Terminal arrangement
Terminal Symbol
L1,L2,N/L3
U/T1,V/T2,W/T3
Terminal Name
Main power supply input terminals
¥ X200- 002~004SFEF,
+1,+
+-
L1
SFEF
/
N
SFEF
L1
/
N
NFU,LFU
L1
L2
L3/N
Jumper
Jumper
L1
NFU,LFU
Screw diameter (mm)
Terminal width W (mm)
M3.5
7.1
L2
L3/N
Jumper
Jumper
HFEF,HFU
005 - 022SFEF
004- 040HFU/HFEF
055- 075LFU/HFU/HFEF
055~075HFU
055~075HFEF
Screw Diameter and Terminal Width
002 - 004NFU/SFEF
007- 022NFU, 037LFU
004~040HFEF, 004~040HFU
055~075LFU,
Ground connection terminal
Model
¥ X200- 005~022SFEF, 007~022NFU, 037LFU
002~004NFU
Inverter output terminals
DC reactor connection terminals
External braking unit connection terminals
M4
R/L1 S/L2 T/L3
9.2
Jumper
-
M5
12
Jumper
+
+1
U/T1 V/T2 W/T3
Control circuit terminals
Jumper
U/T1 V/T2 W/T3
-
+
+1
Terminal arrangement
AL2 AL1 AL0
AM
H
O
OI
L
5
4
3
2
1
L
PCS P24 CM2
11
Short bar:default position (Source logic)
Terminal function
Input/monitor
signals
Terminal name
AM
L
P24
PCS
5
4
3
2
Ranges and Notes
0 to10V DC, 1mA max.
24V DC, 30mA (do not short to terminal L)
-
1
Description
Voltage analog output
Common for inputs
+24V for logic inputs
Intelligent input common
Intelligent (programable) input terminals, selection from:
FW(Forward), RV(Reverse), CF1-CF4(Multispeed command), JG(Jogging), DB(External DC braking), SET(Second motor constants setting),
2CH(Second accel./decel.), FRS(Free-run stop), EXT(External trip), USP(Unattended start protection), SFT(Software lock), AT(Analog input
selection), RS(Reset), PTC(Thermistor input), STA(3-wire start), STP(3-wire stop), F/R(3-wire fwd./rev.), PID(PID On/Off), PIDC(PID reset),
UP/DWN(Remote-controlled accel./decel.), UDC(Remote-controlled data clearing), OPE(Operator control), ADD(Frequency setpoint), FTM(Force terminal enable), RDY(Quick start enable), S-ST(Special-Set 2nd Motor Data), EMR(Emergency stop) or NO(Not selected).
H
+10V analog reference
10V DC, 10mA max
H
OI
L
H
O
OI
L
H
O
Analog input, current
L
Common for inputs
11
Intelligent (programable) output terminals, selection from:
RUN(run signal), FA1(Frequency arrival type 1 -constant speed), FA2(Frequency arrival type 2 -over-frequency), OL(overload advance notice
signal), OD(Output deviation for PID control), AL(alarm signal), DC(Wire brake detect on analog input), FBV(Feedback voltage comparison),
NDc(Network Disconnection), LOG(Logic operation result), ODC(Option Card Detection signal), LOC(Low Load Detection).
Common for intelligent output terminals
+
VR
(1kΩ-2kΩ)
+
-
DC0-10V
Input inpedance 10kΩ
-
DC4-20mA
Input inpedance 250Ω
4 to 20mA DC,
input impedance 250ohm
Assign [AT] for input terminal to selecting frequency source from voltage or current.
Open collector output
L level at operation (ON)
27V DC, 50mA max.
AC250V
AL2
AL0
Operated by closing switch.
(Input logic is selectable)
0 to 10V DC,
input impedance10kohm
OI
AL1
1-5
L
Analog input, voltage
CM2
Relay
output
OI
O
Freqency
setting
Output
signals
O
P24
SW
Relay contact (alarm output)
terminals (programable,
function is selectable same as
intelligent output terminals).
AL2
AL1
AL0
<Initial setting>
Normal : AL0-AL1 closed
Trip/Power OFF: AL0-AL2 closed
2.5A (Resistive load)
0.2A (cos =0.4)
DC30V
3.0A (Resistive load)
0.7A (cos =0.4)
(minimum) AC100V 10mA
DC 5V 100mA
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Function List
The parameter tables in this chapter have a column titled "Run Mode Edit." An Ex mark x means the parameter cannot be edited; a Check
mark
means the parameter can be edited. The table example to the right contains two adjacent marks "x
". These two marks (that can
also be "xx" or "
") correspond to low-access or high-access levels to Run Mode edits (note Lo and Hi in column heading).
[ X:: Allowed
Not allowed ]
Monitoring and main profile parameters
Function Code
Name
d001
d002
d003
d004
Output frequency monitor
Output current monitor
Rotation direction monitor
Process variable, PID feedback monitor
d005
Intelligent input terminal status
d006
Intelligent output terminal status
d007
d013
d016
d017
d018
d080
d081
d082
d083
d102
d104
F001
F002
F202
F003
F203
F004
A-b-C-H-P--
Scaled output frequency monitor
Output voltage monitor
Cumulative operation RUN time monitor
Cumulative power-on time monitor
Cooling fin temperature monitor
Trip counter
Trip monitor 1
Trip monitor 2
Trip monitor 3
DC bus voltage monitor
Electronic themal monitor
Output frequency setting
Acceleration time (1) setting
Acceleration time (2) setting
Deceleration time (1) setting
Deceleration time (2) setting
Keypad Run key routing
A Group: Standard functions
b Group: Fine-tuning functions
C Group: Intelligent terminal functions
H Group: Motor constants functions
P Group: Expansion Card Functions
Range
0.0 to 400.0
0.0 to 999.9
F(Forward)/o(Stop)/r(Reverse)
0.00 to 99.99/100.0 to 999.9/1000. to 9999.
54
32
AL
Monitor
Main Profile
Parameters
Expanded functions
Run mode edit
Default
Unit
Lo
Hi
-
Hz
A
-
-
-
ON
OFF
e.g. :1,2 : ON
3,4,5 : OFF
-
-
-
-
ON
OFF
e.g. :11
AL
-
-
-
-
0.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
00
V
hr
hr
˚C
events
V
%
Hz
sec
sec
sec
sec
-
-
-
X
X
1
11
: ON
: OFF
0.00 to 99.99/100.0 to 999.9/1000. to 9999./1000 to 9999(10000 to 99999)
0.0 to 600.0
0. to 9999./1000 to 9999/ 100 to
999 (10000 to 99900)
0. to 9999./1000 to 9999
0.0 to 200.0
0. to 9999.
Displays trip event information
0.0 to 999.9
0.0 to 100.0
0.0/start freq. to 400.0
0.01 to 99.99/100.0 to 999.9/1000. to 3000.
0.01 to 99.99/100.0 to 999.9/1000. to 3000.
0.01 to 99.99/100.0 to 999.9/1000. to 3000.
0.01 to 99.99/100.0 to 999.9/1000. to 3000.
00(Forward)/01(Reverse)
[ X:: Allowed
Not allowed ]
A Group: Standard functions
Default
Function Code
Basic setting
Analog input setting
Multi-speed and
jogging
V/f
Characteristic
DC braking
Frequency limit and
jump frequency
Name
A001
A201
A002
A202
A003
A203
A004
A204
A005
A011
A012
A013
A014
A015
A016
A020 A035
A220
A038
A039
A041
A241
A042
A242
A043
A243
A044
A244
A045
A245
A051
A052
A053
A054
A055
A056
A061
A261
A062
A262
A063
A064
A065
A066
A067
A068
Range
Unit
-EF(CE)
-U(UL)
00
00
02
02
60.
60.
60.
60.
02
0.0
0.0
0.0
100.
01
8.
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
%
%
-
Frequency source setting
Frequency source setting, 2nd motor
Run command source setting
Run command source setting, 2nd motor
Base frequency setting
Base frequency setting, 2nd motor
Maximum frequency setting
Maximum frequency setting, 2nd motor
[AT] selection
[O]-[L] input active range start frequency
[O]-[L] input active range end frequency
[O]-[L] input active range start voltage
[O]-[L] input active range end voltage
[O]-[L] input start frequency enable
External frequency filter time constant
30 to maximum freq.
30 to maximum freq.
30 to 400
30 to 400
02(O/VR)/03(OI/VR)/04(O)/05(OI)
0.0 to maximum freq.
0.0 to maximum freq.
0 to 100
0 to 100
00(use set value)/01(use 0 Hz)
1 to 17
01
01
01
01
50.
50.
50.
50.
02
0.0
0.0
0.0
100.
01
8.
Multi-speed frequency setting (0-15)
0.0/start freq. to maximum freq.
0.0
0.0
Hz
Multi-speed frequency (2nd), setting 2nd motor
Jog frequency setting
Jog stop mode
Torque boost select
Torque boost select 2nd motor
Manual torque boost value
Manual torque boost value, 2nd motor
Manual torque boost frequency adjustment
Manual torque boost frequency adjustment, 2nd motor
V/f characteristic curve selection
V/f characteristic curve selection, 2nd motor
V/f gain setting
V/f gain setting, 2nd motor
DC braking enable
DC braking frequency setting
DC braking wait time
DC braking force during deceleration
DC braking time for deceleration
DC braking / edge or level detection for [DB] input
Frequency upper limit setting
Frequency upper limit setting, 2nd motor
Frequency lower limit setting
Frequency lower limit setting, 2nd motor
Jump (center) frequency setting 1
Jump (hysteresis) frequency setting 1
Jump (center) frequency setting 2
Jump (hysteresis) frequency setting 2
Jump (center) frequency setting 3
Jump (hysteresis) frequency setting 3
0.0/start freq. to maximum freq.
0.00/start freq. to 9.99
00(free-run stop)/01(deceleration and stop)/02 (DC braking)
00(Manual)/01(Automatic)
00(Manual)/01(Automatic)
0.0 to 20.0
0.0 to 20.0
0.0 to 50.0
0.0 to 50.0
00(VC)/01(Reduced torque)/06 (Reduced torque 1)
00(VC)/01(Reduced torque)/06 (Reduced torque 1)
20 to 100
20 to 100
00(Disable)/01(Enable)/02(Frequency detection)
0.0 to 60.0
0.0 to 5.0
0. to 100.
0.0 to 60.0
00(Edge)/01(Level)
0.0/Freq. lower limit setting to maximum freq.
0.0/Freq. lower limit setting (2nd) to maximum freq. (2nd)
0.0/Start freq. to freq. upper limit setting
0.0/Start freq. (2nd) to freq. upper limit setting (2nd)
0.0 to 400.
0.0 to 10.0
0.0 to 400.
0.0 to 10.0
0.0 to 400.
0.0 to 10.0
0.0
1.00
00
00
00
1.8
0.0
10.0
0.0
00
00
100.
100.
00
0.5
0.0
0.
0.0
01
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.5
0.0
0.5
0.0
0.5
0.0
1.00
00
00
00
1.8
0.0
10.0
0.0
00
00
100.
100.
00
0.5
0.0
0.
0.0
01
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.5
0.0
0.5
0.0
0.5
Hz
Hz
%
%
%
%
%
%
Hz
sec
%
sec
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
00(Keypad potentiometer)/01(Control terminal)/
02(Function F001 setting)/03(RS485)/10(Calculation result)
01(Control terminal)/02(Run key on keypad)/03(RS485)
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Run mode
edit
Lo
Hi
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Function List
[ X:: Allowed
Not allowed ]
A Group: Standard functions
Default
Function Code
PID Control
AVR function
Automatic Energy
Saving
Operation mode and
acc./dec. function
External freq. tuning
Frequency
caluculation
Name
A071
A072
A073
A074
A075
A076
A077
A078
A081
PID Enable
PID proportional gain
PID integral time constant
PID derivative time constant
PV scale conversion
PV source setting
Reverse PID action
PID output limit
AVR function select
A082
AVR voltage select
A085
A086
A092
A292
A093
A293
A094
A294
A095
A295
A096
A296
A097
A098
A101
A102
A103
A104
A105
A141
A142
A143
A145
A146
A151
A152
A153
A154
A155
Operation mode selection
Energy saving mode tuning
Acceleration (2) time setting
Acceleration (2) time setting, 2nd motor
Deceleration (2) time setting
Deceleration (2) time setting, 2nd motor
Select method to switch to Acc2/Dec2 profile
Select method to switch to Acc2/Dec2 profile, 2nd motor
Acc1 to Acc2 frequency transition point
Acc1 to Acc2 frequency transition point, 2nd motor
Dec1 to Dec2 frequency transition point
Dec1 to Dec2 frequency transition point, 2nd motor
Acceleration curve selection
Deceleration curve selection
[OI]-[L] input active range start frequency
[OI]-[L] input active range end frequency
[OI]-[L] input active range start current
[OI]-[L] input active range end current
[OI]-[L] input start frequency enable
A input select for calculate function
B input select for calculate function
Calculation symbol
ADD frequency
ADD direction select
Pot. input active range start frequency
Pot. input active range end frequency
Pot. input active range start current
Pot. input active range end current
Pot.input start frequency enable
Range
00(Disable)/01(Enable)
0.2 to 5.0
0.0 to 150.0
0.00 to 100.0
0.01 to 99.99
00([OI] terminal)/01([O] terminal)/02(RS485)/10(Calculation result)
00(OFF)/01(ON)
0.0 to 100.0
00(Enable)/01(Disable)/02(Enabled except during deceleration)
200V class: 200/215/220/230/240
400V class: 380/400/415/440/460/480
00(Normal)/01(Energy-saver)
0.0 to 100.0
0.01 to 99.99/100.0 to 999.9/1000. to 3000.
0.01 to 99.99/100.0 to 999.9/1000. to 3000.
0.01 to 99.99/100.0 to 999.9/1000. to 3000.
0.01 to 99.99/100.0 to 999.9/1000. to 3000.
00(2CH from input terminal)/01(transition freq.)
00(2CH from input terminal)/01(transition freq.)
0.0 to 400.0
0.0 to 400.0
0.0 to 400.0
0.0 to 400.0
00(Linear)/01(S-curve)
00(Linear)/01(S-curve)
0.0 to 400.0
0.0 to 400.0
0. to 100.
0. to 100.
00(Use setting value)/01(0Hz)
00(Digital operator)/01(Keypad potentiometer)
02(O input)/03(OI input)/04(RS485)
00(A141+A142)/01(A141-A142)/02(A141*A142)
0.0 to 400.0
00(Plus)/01(Minus)
0.0 to 400.0
0.0 to 400.0
0.0 to 100.0
0.0 to 100.0
00(Use offect (A151 value))/01(Use 0Hz)
Unit
-U(UL)
00
1.0
1.0
0.00
1.00
00
00
0.0
00
00
1.0
1.0
0.00
1.00
00
00
0.0
00
sec
sec
%
-
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
230/400
230/460
V
X
X
00
50.0
15.00
15.00
15.00
15.00
00
00
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
00
00
0.0
0.0
0.0
100.
01
01
02
00
0.0
00
0.0
0.0
0.0
100.
01
00
50.0
15.00
15.00
15.00
15.00
00
00
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
00
00
0.0
0.0
0.0
100.
01
01
02
00
0.0
00
0.0
0.0
0.0
100.
01
sec
sec
sec
sec
sec
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
%
%
Hz
Hz
Hz
%
%
-
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Lo
Default
Name
b001
Selection of automatic restart mode
b002
b003
Allowable under-voltage power failure time
Retry wait time before motor restart
Instantaneous power failure / under-voltage trip
alarm enable
Number of restarts on power failure / under-voltage
trip events
Start frequency to be used in case of frequency
pull-in restart
b004
Restart after
instantaneous power
failure
b005
b011
b012
Range
Overload restriction
Electronic thermal setting, 2nd motor
Electronic thermal characteristic
Electronic thermal characteristic, 2nd motor
Overload restriction operation mode
Overload restriction operation mode, 2nd motor
Overload restriction setting
Overload restriction setting, 2nd motor
Deceleration rate at overload restriction
Deceleration rate at overload restriction, 2nd motor
Overload restriction source selection
Overload restriction source selection, 2nd motor
Deceleration rate of frequency pull-in restart
b030
Current level of frequency pull-in restart
Lock
b031
Software lock mode selection
Others
b050
b051
b052
b053
b054
b055
b056
b057
b080
b082
b083
Selection of the non stop operation
Non stop operarion start voltage setting
OV-LAD Stop level of non stop operation setting
Deceleration time of non stop operation setting
Frequency width of quick deceleration setting
DC bus AVR P-gain
DC bus AVR I-time
DC bus AVR D-time
[AM] terminal analog meter adjustment
Start frequency adjustment
Carrier frequency setting
Unit
-EF(CE)
-U(UL)
Run mode
edit
Lo
00
00
-
X
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
sec
sec
X
X
00(Disable)/01(Enable)
00
00
-
X
00(Restart 16 times)/01(Always restart)
00
00
-
X
00(frequency at previous shutoff)/01(Max. Hz)/02(Set frequency)
00
00
-
X
Rated
current
Rated
current
01
01
01
01
1.5*Rated
current
1.0
1.0
00
00
0.5
Rated
current
Rated
current
Rated
current
01
01
01
01
1.5*Rated
current
30.0
30.0
00
00
0.5
Rated
current
A
X
01
00
0.0
0.0
1.0
0.0
0.2
0.2
0.0
100.
0.5
3.0
0.2*Rated current to 1.0*Rated current
b013
b213
b021
b221
b022
b222
b023
b223
b028
b228
b029
X
X
X
X
X
X
00(Alarm output)/01(Restart at 0Hz)/02(Resume after freq.
matching)/03(Resume freq. matching then trip)
0.3 to 25.0
0.3 to 100.0
Electronic thermal setting
b212
Hi
[ X:: Allowed
Not allowed ]
b Group: Fine-tuning functions
Function Code
Run mode
edit
-EF(CE)
00(Reduced torque)/01(Constant torque)/02(Reduced torque 2)
00(Disable)/01(Enable)/02(Enable for during acceleration)
0.2*Rated current to 1.5*Rated current
0.1 to 3000.0
00(b022/b222 setting level)/01([O]-[L] analog input)
0.1 to 3000.0
0.2*Rated current to 2.0*Rated current
00([SFT] input blocks all edits)/01([SFT] input blocks edits except F001
and Multispeed parameters/02(No access to edits)/03(No access to
edits except F001 and Multi-speed parameters)/10(High-level
access,including b031)
00(Disabled)/01(Enabled stop)/02(Enabled restart)
0.0 to 1000.0
0.0 to 1000.0
0.01 to 3000
0.0 to 10.0
0.2 to 5.0
0.0 to 150.0
0.0 to 100.0
0. to 255.
0.5 to 9.9
2.0 to 12.0
Hi
X
A
X
A
A
sec
sec
sec
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
A
X
X
01
-
X
00
0.0
0.0
1.0
0.0
0.2
0.2
0.0
100.
0.5
3.0
V
V
sec
Hz
sec
sec
Hz
kHz
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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Function List
Default
Function Code
Others
Name
b084
Initialization mode (parameters or trip history)
b085
b086
b087
b088
Country code for initialization
Frequency scaling conversion factor
STOP key enable
Restart mode after FRS
b089
Monitor display select for networked inverter
b091
b092
b130
b131
b133
b134
b140
b150
b151
Stop mode selection
Cooling fan control (see note below)
Over-voltage LADSTOP enable
Over-voltage LADSTOP level
DC bus AVR selection
Threshold voltage of DC bus AVR setting
Over-current trip suppression
Carrier mode
Quick start enable
Range
00(Trip history clear)/01(Parameter initialization)/
02(Trip history clear and parameter initialization)
00(JP)/01(CE)/02(US)
0.1 to 99.9
00(Enable)/01(Disable)
00(Restart from 0Hz)/01(Restart with frequency detection)
01(Output frequency)/02(Output current)/03(Rotation direction)/
04(PV, PID feedback)/05(Input terminal status)/
06(Output terminal status)/07(Scaled output frequency)
00(Deceleration and stop)/01(Free-run stop)
00(Always ON)/01(ON during RUN, OFF during STOP)/02(Temperature controlled)
00(Disable)/01(Enable)
330 to 395V/660 to 790V
00(Disabled)/01(Enabled)
330 to 395V/660 to 790V
00(Disable)/01(Enable)
00(Disable)/01(Enable)
00(Disable)/01(Enable)
Unit
-U(UL)
Lo
Hi
00
00
-
X
X
01
1.0
00
00
02
1.0
00
00
-
X
X
01
01
-
00
00
00
380/760
00
380/760
01
00
00
00
00
00
380/760
00
380/760
01
00
00
V
V
-
Default
Name
C001
C201
C002
C202
C003
C203
C004
C204
C005
C205
C011C015
Intelligent input
terminal
Intelligent input
terminal
Serial communication
Analog meter setting
Others
Range
Unit
-EF(CE)
-U(UL)
-
X
X
01
-
X
X
05
00
00
01
05
00
00
01
-
X
X
X
X
X
01
01
-
X
Rated
current
Rated
current
A
0.0
0.0
3.0
100
0.0
02
06
1.
00
1
0.0
0.0
3.0
100
0.0
02
04
1.
00
1
Hz
Hz
%
%
%
bit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Terminal [1] to [5] active state
00(NO)/01(NC)
00
00*
01
C038
Output mode of low load detection signal
C039
C041
C241
C042
C043
C044
C052
C053
C070
C071
C072
C074
C075
Low load detection level
Overload level setting
Overload level setting, 2nd motor
Frequency arrival setting for acceleration
Frequency arrival setting for deceleration
PID deviation level setting
Feedback comparison upper level
Feedback comparison lower level
SELECTION OF OPE/MODBUS
Communication speed selection
Node allocation
Communication parity selection
Communication stop bit selection
C076
Communication error mode
C077
C078
C081
C082
C086
C091
C101
Communication error time
Communication wait time
[O] input span calibration
[OI] input span calibration
[AM] terminal offset tuning
Reserved (for factory adjustment)
Up/Down memory mode selection
C102
Reset mode selection
C141
C142
C143
C144
C145
C148
C149
Input A select for logic output 1
Input A select for logic output 2
Logic function select
ON delay time, output terminal 11
OFF delay time, output terminal 11
ON delay time, relay
OFF delay time, relay
00(RUN:run signal), 01(FA1:Frequency arrival type 1 - constant speed),
02(FA2:Frequency arrival type 2 - over-frequency), 03(OL:overload
advance notice signal), 04(OD:Output deviation for PID control),
05(AL:alarm signal), 06(DC:Wire brake detect on analog input), 07(FBV:
Feedback voltage comparison), 08(NDc: Network Disconnection),
09(LOG: Logic operation result), 10(ODC: Option Card Detection
Signal), 43(LOC:Low load detection)
00(Output frequency)/01(Output current)
00(NO)/01(NC)
00(NO)/01(NC)
00(Disabled)/01(During acceleration, deceleration and constant
speed)/02(During constant speed only)
0.0 to 2.0*Rated current
0.0*Rated current to 2.0*Rated current
0.0 to 400.0
0.0 to 400.0
0.0 to 100.0
0.0 to 100.0
0.0 to 100.0
02(OPE or option)/03(485)
04(4800bps)/05(9600bps)/06(19200bps)
1. to 32.
00(No parity)/01(Even parity)/02(Odd parity)
1(1-bit)/2(2-bit)
00(Trip)/01(Trip after deceleration stop)/02(Disable)/
03(FRS)/04(Deceleration stop)
0.00 to 99.99
0. to 1000.
0. to 200.
0. to 200.
0.0 to 10.0
00 (must not be changed)
00(Clear last frequency)/01(Keep last frequency adjusted by UP/DWN)
00(Cancel trip state at input signal ON transition)/ 01(Cancel trip state
at signal OFF transition)/
02(Cancel trip state at input signal ON transition)
00(RUN)/01(FA1)/02(FA2)/03(OL)/04(OD)
05(AL)/06(Dc)/07(FBV)/08(NDc)/10(ODc)/43(LOC)
00(AND)/01(OR)/02(XOR)
0.0 to 100.0
0.0 to 100.0
0.0 to 100.0
0.0 to 100.0
Run mode
edit
Hi
00
00
01
01
16
16
13
13
18
18
Alarm relay function
[AM] signal selection
Terminal [11] active state
Alarm relay active state
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
00
00
01
01
02
02
03
03
18
18
C026
C028
C031
C036
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
00(FW:Forward), 01(RV:Reverse), 02-05(CF1-CF4:Multispeed command),
06(JG:Jogging), 07(DB:External DC braking), 08(SET:Second motor constants
setting), 09(2CH:Second accel./decel.), 11(FRS:Free-run stop), 12(EXT:External trip),
13(USP:Unattended start protection), 15(SFT:Software lock), 16(AT:Analog input
selection), 18(RS:Reset), 19(PTC:Thermistor input), 20(STA:3-wire start),
21(STP:3-wire stop), 22(F/R:3-wire fwd./rev.), 23(PID:PID On/Off), 24(PIDC:PID
reset), 27(UP:Remote-controlled accel.), 28(DWN:Remote-controlled decel.),
29(UDC:Remote-controlled data clearing), 31(OPE:Operator control),
50(ADD: Frequency setpoint), 51(F-TM: Force terminal enable), 52(RDY: Quick Start
Enable), 53(S-ST: Special-Set (select) 2nd Motor Data), 64(EMR:Emergency stop),
255(NO:Not selected)
Terminal [11] function
X
X
X
Lo
Terminal [1] function
Terminal [1] function, 2nd motor
Terminal [2] function
Terminal [2] function, 2nd motor
Terminal [3] function
Terminal [3] function, 2nd motor
Terminal [4] function
Terminal [4] function, 2nd motor
Terminal [5] function
Terminal [5] function, 2nd motor
C021
X
X
Allowed
[ X:: Not
allowed ]
C Group: Intelligent terminal functions
Function Code
Run mode
edit
-EF(CE)
-
02
02
-
X
0.00
0.
100.
100.
0.0
00
00
0.00
0.
100.
100.
0.0
00
00
sec
msec
%
%
V
-
X
X
00
00
-
X
00
01
00
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
00
01
00
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
sec
sec
sec
sec
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Note: C014: 01 for UL version.
Allowed
[ X:: Not
allowed ]
H Group: Motor constants functions
Default
Function Code
Motor constants and
gain
Name
H003
H203
H004
H204
H006
H206
Motor capacity, 1st motor
Motor capacity, 2nd motor
Motor poles setting, 1st motor
Motor poles setting, 2nd motor
Motor stabilization constant, 1st motor
Motor stabilization constant, 2nd motor
Range
0.2/0.4/0.55/0.75/1.1/1.5/2.2/3.0/4.0/5.5
2/4/6/8
0. to 255.
Unit
-EF(CE)
-U(UL)
Factory
set
4
4
100
100
Factory
set
4
4
100
100
kW
kW
poles
poles
-
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Run mode
edit
Lo
Hi
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Function List
Allowed
[ X:: Not
allowed ]
P Group: Expansion Card Functions
Run mode
edit
Default
Function Code
Option Setting
Name
Range
P044
Network comm watchdog timer
P045
Inverter action on network comm error
P046
P047
Polled I/O output instance number
Polled I/O input instance number
P048
Inverter action on network idle mode
P049
Network motor poles setting for RPM
Unit
0.00 to 99.99
00(Trip (Error Code E70))
01(Decelerate to stop and trip (Error Code E70))
02(Hold last speed), 03(Free run stop), 04(Decelerate and stop)
20/21/100
70/71/101
00(Trip (Error Code E70))
01(Decelerate to stop and trip (Error Code E70))
02(Hold last speed), 03(Free run stop), 04(Decelerate and stop)
00 to 38
-EF(CE)
-U(UL)
Lo
Hi
1.00
1.00
sec.
X
X
01
01
-
X
X
21
71
21
71
-
X
X
X
X
01
01
-
X
X
0
0
-
X
X
Note: The "P" Group parameters do not appear in the parameter list shown on the keypad display unless the expansion card is installed on the inverter.
Protective Functions
Error Codes
Name
Over current
Display on digital Display on remote
operator
operator/copy unit
Cause(s)
The inverter output was short-circuited, or the motor shaft is locked or has a heavy
load. These conditions cause excessive current for the inverter, so the inverter
output is turned OFF.
While at
constant speed
During
deceleration
During
acceleration
OC.Drive
OC.Decel
OC.Accel
Over.C
Others
Overload
protection *1
Over voltage protection
EEPROM error *2,3
Under-voltage error
CPU error
External trip
USP *4
Ground fault *5
Input over-voltage
Inverter thermal trip
Driver error
Thermistor
Emergency Stop
Communications error
When a motor overload is detected by the electronic thermal function, the inverter trips and turns OFF
its output.
Over.L
When the DC bus voltage exceeds a threshold, due to regenerative energy from the motor.
Over.V
When the built-in EEPROM memory has problems due to noise or excessive temperature, the inverter
trips and turns OFF its output to the motor.
A decrease of internal DC bus voltage below a threshold results in a control circuit fault. This condition
can also generate excessive motor heat or cause low torque. The inverter trips and turns OFF its
output.
A malfunction in the built-in CPU has occurred, so the inverter trips and turns OFF its output to the
motor.
A signal on an intelligent input terminal configured as EXT has occurred. The inverter trips and turns
OFF the output to the motor.
When the Unattended Start Protection (USP) is enabled, an error occurred when power is applied
while a Run signal is present. The inverter trips and does not go into Run Mode until the error is
cleared.
The inverter is protected by the detection of ground faults between the inverter output and the motor
during powerup tests. This feature protects the inverter, and does not protect humans.
When the input voltage is higher than the specified value, it is detected 100 seconds after powerup
and the inverter trips and turns OFF its output.
When the inverter internal temperature is above the threshold, the thermal sensor in the inverter
module detects the excessive temperature of the power devices and trips, turning the inverter output
OFF.
An internal inverter error has occurred at the safety protection circuit between the CPU and main driver
unit. Excessive electrical noise may be the cause. The inverter has turned OFF the IGBT module output.
When a thermistor is connected to terminals [PTC] and [CM1] and the inverter has sensed the
temperature is too high, the inverter trips and turns OFF the output.
EEPROM
Under.V
CPU
EXTERNAL
USP
GND.Flt
OV.SRC
OH FIN
DRIV
TH
Emergency stop signal given.
EMERGENCY
COMM
The inverter's watchdog timer for the communications network has timed out.
Note 1: Reset operations acceptable 10 seconds after the trip.
Note 2: If an EEPROM error (E08) occurs, be sure to confirm the parameter data values are still correct.
Note 3: EEPROM error may occer at power-on after shutting down the power while copying data with remote operator or initializing data. Shut down the power after completing copy or
initialization.
Note 4: USP error occures at reseting trip after under-voltage error (E09) if USP is enabled. Reset once more to recover.
Note 5: Ground fault error (E14) cannot be released with resetting. Shut the power and check wiring.
How to access the details about the present fault
1
Error code
2
1
Output frequency
at trip point
2
1
Motor current
at trip point
2
1
Voltage between
P(+) and N(-) at trip point
1
2
2
1
Cumulative inverter
RUN time at trip point
2
Cumulative power-on
time at trip point
Connecting Diagram
Source type logic
X200
R(L1)
Power source
1-/3-phase 200~240V+10%, -15%
3-phase 380~480V+10%, -15%
50/60Hz 5%
(T1) U
S(L2)
(T2) V
T/N(L3)
DC24V
Motor
(T3) W
P24
5
(+1)PD
DC link choke
(+)P
4
Dynamic breaking umit (BRD)
(-)N
R1
AL1
R2
AL2
RB
N
3
Intelligent input
terminals
(5 terminals)
Source type
P RB
P
2
AL2
1
AL1
AL0
Intelligent relay
output contacts
PCS
Short bar
L
DC 0~10V(8bit)
AM
DC10V
H
11
Frequency setting
1k ~2k
Current input
4mA~20mA
O
Intelligent output
terminal
CM2
OI
10k
L
250
Note 1: Common terminals are depend on logic.
Terminal
Common
1,2,3,4,5
Sink logic : L
Source logic : PCS
H,O,OI
11
L
CM2
Note 2: Please choose proper inverter input volotage rating.
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Connecting Diagram
Sink type logic
X200
R(L1)
Power source
1-/3-phase 200~240V+10%, -15%
3-phase 380~480V+10%, -15%
50/60Hz 5%
S(L2)
(T2) V
DC24V
T/N(L3)
P24
Short bar
PCS
5
(T3) W
Motor
(+1)PD
(+)P
DC link choke
(-)N
4
Intelligent input
terminals
(5 terminals)
Sink type
(T1) U
3
AL2
AL1
AL0
2
1
Dynamic breaking umit (BRD)
P RB
RB
R1 AL1
N
R2 AL2
P
Intelligent relay
output contacts
L
DC 0~10V(8bit)
AM
DC10V
H
Frequency setting
1k ~2k
Current input
4mA~20mA
11
O
OI
L
250
10k
CM2
Intelligent output
terminal
Note 1: Common terminals are depend on logic.
Terminal
1,2,3,4,5
H,O,OI
11
Sink
logic
:
L
Common Source logic : PCS
L
CM2
Note 2: Please choose proper inverter input volotage rating.
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Wiring and Accessories
Power Supply
Input
Voltage
Fuse
200V
400V
Applicable
Motor
(kW(HP))
Model
Wireing
Power Lines
Signal Lines
Fuse
(Class J)
AWG
mm2
0.2(1/4)
X200-002NFU/SFEF
14
2.0
0.4(1/2)
X200-004NFU/SFEF
14
2.0
0.55(3/4)
X200-005SFEF
14
2.0
0.75(1)
X200-007NFU/SFEF
14
2.0
1.1(1.5)
X200-011SFEF
10
5.5
1.5(2)
X200-015NFU/SFEF
10
5.5
2.2(3)
X200-022NFU/SFEF
10
5.5
3.7(5)
X200-037LFU
12
3.5
5.5(7.5)
X200-055LFU
10
5.3
7.5(10)
X200-075LFU
8
8.4
0.4(1/2)
X200-004HFU/HFEF
16
1.25
0.75(1)
X200-007HFU/HFEF
16
1.25
6
1.5(2)
X200-015HFU/HFEF
16
1.25
10
2.2(3)
X200-022HFU/HFEF
14
2.0
3(4)
X200-030HFEF
14
2.0
4.0(5)
X200-040HFU/HFEF
14
2.0
5.5(7.5)
X200-055HFU/HFEF
12
3.3
20
7.5(10)
X200-075HFU/HFEF
12
3.3
25
18 to 28 AWG
0.14 to
0.75mm2
shelded wire
No fuse
required
3
18 to 28 AWG
0.14 to
0.75mm2
shelded wire
10
15
15
Note 1: Field wiring connection must be made by a UL and c-UL listed closed-loop terminal connector sized for the wire gauge involved.
Connector must be fixed using the crimping tool specified by the connector manufacturer.
Note 2: Be sure to use large wire gauges for power wiring if the distance exceeds 20m (66ft).
Note 3: Use 0.75mm2 /18 AWG wire for the relay terminals (AL0, AL1 and AL2) signal wire.
L1
L2
Name
Function
Input side AC reactor
This is useful in suppressing harmonics induced on the power supplylines,
or when the main power voltage imbalance exceeds 3% (and power source
capacity is more than 500kVA), or to smooth out line fluctuations.
It also improves the power factor.
L3 +1
+
Inverter
U(T1) V(T2) W(T3)
Radio noise filter
EMC filter
Reduces the conducted noise on the power supply wiring generated by the
inverter. Connect to the inverter input side.
Radio noise filter (Capacitor filter)
This capacitor filter reduces radiated noise from the main power wires in the
inverter input side.
DC link choke
Braking resistor
Braking unit
Output side noise filter
Radio noise filter
IM
Motor
Electrical noise interference may occur on nearby equipment such as a radio
receiver. This magnetic choke filter helps reduce radiat-ed noise (can also be
used on output).
AC reactor
LCR filter
Suppresses harmonics generated by the inverter.
This is useful for increasing the inverter’s control torque for high duty-cycle
(on-off) applications, and improving the decelerating capability.
Reduces radiated noise from wiring in the inverter output side.
Electrical noise interference may occur on nearby equipment such as a radio
receiver. This magnetic choke filter helps reduce radiated noise (can also be
used on input).
This reactor reduces the vibration in the motor caused by the inver-ter’s switching
waveforms, by smoothing the waveforms to approximate commercial power
quality. It is also useful when wiring from the inverter to the motor is more than
10m in length, to reduce harmonics.
Sine wave shaping filter for the output side.
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Torque characteristics/Derating Curves
Torque characteristics
Base frequency = 60Hz
Base frequency = 50Hz
Short time performance
Short time performance
150
150
0.2∼4kW
130
Output torque (%)
Output torque (%)
130
Continuous performance
100
95
5.5, 7.5kW
80
100
90
0.2∼4kW
Continuous performance
5.5, 7.5kW
75
55
0.2∼4kW
55
45
45
35
0.2∼4kW
35
5.5, 7.5kW
5.5, 7.5kW
1
6
20
60
1
120
5
16.7
Output frequency (Hz)
50
120
Output frequency (Hz)
Derating Curves
Use the following derating curves to help determine the optimal carrier frequency setting for your inverter and find the output current derating.
Be sure to use the proper curve for your particular X200 inverter model number.
Ambient temperature 40℃ max.,
side-by-side mounting
A
200V class
100%
037LFU
80%
75%
100%
80%
037LFU
75%
70%
60%
2
4
6
8
10
Carrier frequency(kHz)
400V class
2
12
055HFEF/HFU
100%
95%
037LFU
90%
85%
80%
% of rated output current
075HFRF
030HFEF
85%
80%
040HFEF/HFU
037HFRF
75%
6
8
10
Carrier frequency(kHz)
400V class
75%
12
055HFEF/HFU
100%
2
4
6
8
10
Carrier frequency(kHz)
400V class
12
004∼030、055、075HFEF/HFU
95%
075HFEF/HFU
90%
4
004∼015、075HFEF/HFU
004∼022
HFEF/HFU
% of rated output current
007SFEF/NFU、
011SFEF
002∼022SFEF/NFU、
055、075LFU
200V class
65%
95%
70%
% of rated output current
% of rated output current
% of rated output current
85%
90%
85%
100%
015SFEF/
NFU
95%
90%
70%
002∼004、022SFEF/NFU、
005SFEF、055LFU
200V class
075LFU
002∼022SFEF/NFU、
055,075LFU
95%
Ambient temperature 40℃ max.,
individual mounting
C
% of rated output current
100%
Ambient temperature 50℃ max.,
individual mounting
B
90%
022HFEF/HFU
85%
80%
030HFEF
75%
70%
95%
90%
040HFEF/HFU
85%
80%
040HFEF/HFU
65%
2
4
6
8
10
Carrier frequency(kHz)
12
60%
2
4
6
8
10
Carrier frequency(kHz)
12
75%
2
4
6
8
10
Carrier frequency(kHz)
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For Correct Operation
Application to Motors
Application to general-purpose motors
Operating frequency
The overspeed endurance of a general-purpose motor is 120% of the rated speed for 2 minutes (JIS C4,004). For operation at higher
than 60Hz, it is required to examine the allowable torque of the motor, useful life of bearings, noise, vibration, etc. In this case, be
sure to consult the motor manufacturer as the maximum allowable rpm differs depending on the motor capacity, etc.
Torque characteristics
The torque characteristics of driving a general-purpose motor with an inverter differ from those of driving it using commercial power
(starting torque decreases in particular). Carefully check the load torque characteristic of a connected machine and the driving torque
characteristic of the motor.
Motor loss and
temperature increase
The torque characteristics of driving a general-purpose motor with an inverter differ from those of driving it using commercial power
Noise
When run by an inverter, a general-purpose motor generates noise slightly greater than with commercial power.
Vibration
When run by an inverter at variable speeds, the motor may generate vibration, especially because of (a) unbalance of the rotor
including a connected machine, or (b) resonance caused by the natural vibration frequency of a mechanical system. Particularly, be
careful of (b) when operating at variable speeds a machine previously fitted with a constant speed motor. Vibration can be minimized
by (1) avoiding resonance points using the frequency jump function of the inverter, (2) using a tire-shaped coupling, or (3) placing a
rubber shock absorber beneath the motor base.
Power transmission
mechanism
Under continued, low-speed operation, oil lubrication can deteriorate in a power transmission mechanism with an oil-type gear box
(gear motor) or reducer. Check with the motor manufacturer for the permissible range of continuous speed. To operate at more than
60 Hz, confirm the machine , s ability to withstand the centrifugal force generated.
Application to special motors
Gear motor
Brake-equipped motor
The allowable rotation range of continuous drive varies depending on the lubrication method or motor manufacturer.
(Particularly in case of oil lubrication, pay attention to the low frequency range.)
For use of a brake-equipped motor, be sure to connect the braking power supply from the primary side of the inverter.
Pole-change motor
There are different kinds of pole-change motors (constant output characteristic type, constant torque characteristic type, etc.), with
different rated current values. In motor selection, check the maximum allowable current for each motor of a different pole count. At
the time of pole changing, be sure to stop the motor. Also see: Application to the 400V-class motor.
Submersible motor
The rated current of a submersible motor is significantly larger than that of the general-purpose motor. In inverter selection, be sure
to check the rated current of the motor.
Explosion-proof motor
Inverter drive is not suitable for a safety-enhanced explosion-proof type motor. The inverter should be used in combination with a
pressure-proof explosion-proof type of motor.
*Explosion-proof verification is not available for X200 Series.
Synchronous (MS) motor
High-speed (HFM) motor
In most cases, the synchronous (MS) motor and the high-speed (HFM) motor are designed and manufactured to meet the
specifications suitable for a connected machine. As to proper inverter selection, consult the manufacturer.
Single-phase motor
A single-phase motor is not suitable for variable-speed operation by an inverter drive. Therefore, use a three-phase motor.
Application to the 400V-class motor
A system applying a voltage-type PWM inverter with IGBT may have surge voltage at the motor terminals resulting from the cable constants
including the cable length and the cable laying method. Depending on the surge current magnification, the motor coil insulation may be
degraded. In particular, when a 400V-class motor is used, a longer cable is used, and critical loss can occur, take the following
countermeasures:
(1) install the LCR filter between the inverter and the motor,
(2) install the AC reactor between the inverter and the motor, or
(3) enhance the insulation of the motor coil.
Notes on Use
Drive
Run/Stop
Emergency motor stop
High-frequency run
Run or stop of the inverter must be done with the keys on the operator panel or through the control circuit terminal. Do not operate by
installing a electromagnetic contactor (MC) in the main circuit.
When the protective function is operating or the power supply stops, the motor enters the free run stop state. When an emergency
stop is required or when the motor should be kept stopped, use of a mechanical brake should be considered.
A max. 400Hz can be selected on the X200 Series. However, a two-pole motor can attain up to approx. 24,000 rpm, which is
extremely dangerous. Therefore, carefully make selection and settings by checking the mechanical strength of the motor and
connected machines. Consult the motor manufacturer when it is necessary to drive a standard (general-purpose) motor above 60 Hz.
A full line of high-speed motors is available from Hitachi.
Installation location and operating environment
Avoid installation in areas of high temperature, excessive humidity, or where moisture can easily collect, as well as areas that are dusty, subject
to corrosive gasses, mist of liquid for grinding, or salt. Install the inverter away from direct sunlight in a well-ventilated room that is free of
vibration. The inverter can be operated in the ambient temperature range from -10 to 50˚C.(Carrier frequency and output current must be
reduced in the range of 40 to 50˚C.)
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For Correct Operation
Main power supply
Installation of an
AC reactor on the
input side
In the following examples involving a general-purpose inverter, a large peak current flows on the main power supply side, and is able
to destroy the converter module. Where such situations are foreseen or the connected equipment must be highly reliable, install an
AC reactor between the power supply and the inverter. Also, where influence of indirect lightning strike is possible, install a lightning
conductor.
(A) The unbalance factor of the power supply is 3% or higher. (Note)
(B) The power supply capacity is at least 10 times greater than the inverter capacity (the power supply capacity is 500 kVA or more).
(C) Abrupt power supply changes are expected.
Examples:
(1) Several inverters are interconnected with a short bus.
(2) A thyristor converter and an inverter are interconnected with a short bus.
(3) An installed phase advance capacitor opens and closes.
In cases (A), (B) and (C), it is recommended to install an AC reactor on the main power supply side.
Note: Example calculation with VRS = 205V, VST = 201V, VTR = 200V
VRS : R-S line voltage, VST : S-T line voltage, VTR : T-R line voltage
Max. line voltage (min.) - Mean line voltage
x100
Mean line voltage
205-202
VRS-(VRS+VST+VTR)/3
=
x100 =
x100 =1.5(%)
202
(VRS+VST+VTR)/3
Unbalance factor of voltage =
Using a private power
generator
An inverter run by a private power generator may overheat the generator or suffer from a deformed output voltage waveform of the
generator. Generally, the generator capacity should be five times that of the inverter (kVA) in a PWM control system, or six times
greater in a PAM control system.
Notes on Peripheral Equipment Selection
Wiring connections
Wiring
between
inverter and
motor
(1) Be sure to connect main power wires with R(L1), S(L2), and T(L3) terminals (input) and motor wires to U(T1), V(T2), and W(T3)
terminals (output). (Incorrect connection will cause an immediate failure.)
(2) Be sure to provide a grounding connection with the ground terminal ( ).
Electromagnetic
contactor
When an electromagnetic contactor is installed between the inverter and the motor, do not perform on-off switching during running
operation.
Thermal relay
When used with standard applicable output motors (standard three-phase squirrel-cage four-pole motors), the X200 Series does not
need a thermal relay for motor protection due to the internal electronic protective circuit. A thermal relay, however,
should be used:
• during continuous running outside a range of 30 to 60 Hz.
• for motors exceeding the range of electronic thermal adjustment (rated current).
• when several motors are driven by the same inverter; install a thermal relay for each motor.
• The RC value of the thermal relay should be more than 1.1 times the rated current of the motor. Where the wiring length is 10 m or
more, the thermal relay tends to turn off readily. In this case, provide an AC reactor on the output side or use a current sensor.
Installing a circuit breaker
Install a circuit breaker on the main power input side to protect inverter wiring and ensure personal safety. Choose an invertercompatible circuit breaker. The conventional type may malfunction due to harmonics from the inverter. For more information, consult
the circuit breaker manufacturer.
IWiring distance
The wiring distance between the inverter and the remote operator panel should be 20 meters or less. When this distance
isexceeded, use CVD-E (current-voltage converter) or RCD-E (remote control device). Shielded cable should be used on thewiring.
Beware of voltage drops on main circuit wires. (A large voltage drop reduces torque.)
Earth leakage relay
Phase advance capacitor
If the earth leakage relay (or earth leakage breaker) is used, it should have a sensitivity level of 15 mA or more (per inverter).
Do not use a capacitor for power factor improvement between the inverter and the motor because the high-frequency components of
the inverter output may overheat or damage the capacitor.
High-frequency Noise and Leakage Current
(1) High-frequency components are included in the input/output of the inverter main circuit, and they may cause interference in a transmitter,
radio, or sensor if used near the inverter. The interference can be minimized by attaching noise filters (option) in the inverter circuitry.
(2) The switching action of an inverter causes an increase in leakage current. Be sure to ground the inverter and the motor.
Because a DC bus capacitor deteriorates as it undergoes internal chemical reaction, it should normally be
replaced every five years. Be aware, however, that its life expectancy is considerably shorter when the
inverter is subjected to such adverse factors as high temperatures or heavy loads exceeding the rated current
of the inverter.The approximate lifetime of the capacitor is as shown in the figure at the right when it is used
12 hours daily (according to the " Instructions for Periodic Inspection of General-Purpose Inverter "
(JEMA).)Also, such moving parts as a cooling fan should be replaced. Maintenance inspection and parts
replacement must beperformed by only specified trained personnel.
Ambient temperature(˚C)
Lifetime of Primary Parts
50
40
30
2.5
5
10
Capacltor lifetime(years)
Precaution for Correct Usage
• Before use, be sure to read through the Instruction Manual to insure proper use of the inverter.
• Note that the inverter requires electrical wiring; a trained specialist should carry out the wiring.
• The inverter in this catalog is designed for general industrial applications. For special applications in fields such as aircraft, outer space,
nuclear power, electrical power, transport vehicles, clinics, and underwater equipment, please consult with us in advance.
• For application in a facility where human life is involved or serious losses may occur, make sure to provide safety devices to avoid a serious
accident.
• The inverter is intended for use with a three-phase AC motor. For use with a load other than this, please consult with us.
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