Samsung WF393BTPAWR/A1-0001 User manual

Precautions for Safety
Foreword
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Precautions for Safety
Take Necessary Precautions for Safety.
☞ Before installation, operation, inspection or maintenance, read the user
manual thoroughly to have full knowledge of it.
In addition, use the product after thoroughly understanding the
information about the machine, and safety instructions or precautions
☞ Keep this manual for further use.
☞ The user manual classifies the degree of safety precautions into
"Danger" and "Caution".
!
Danger
!
Caution
: Wrong handling may cause a dangerous situation that can
lead to death or a serious injury.
: Wrong handling may cause a dangerous situation that can
lead to a serious or slight injury, or may cause material
damages only.
Caution
!
☞ Even in case the content corresponds to ,
there is a
possibility that a serious result might be caused depending upon the
situation. Be sure to take necessary precautions.
2
Precautions for Safety
Check the Product.
!
Caution
☞ When you carry the inverter, handle it carefully so that it may
not be damaged.
☞ Do not install the damaged inverter or the inverter without a
See
Page 2-4.
component. There is danger of an injury.
Install the Product.
!
Caution
☞ Do not carry the inverter with holding the cover but hold the
die-cast case. The main frame may fall on your foot.
☞ Use fireproof materials such as metal for the part where the
inverter is to be attached. There is danger of a fire.
☞ When installing several inverters in a single enclosed space,
install a cooling fan to keep the ambient temperature around
those inverters at 45℃ or less. Overheating may lead to a fire
or other accidents.
3
See
Pages
2-4~2-5.
Precautions for Safety
Connect Wire.
!
Danger
☞ Connect wire after confirming the power is off.
There is danger of an electric shock or a fire.
☞ The expert in electric worker should perform the wiring work.
There is danger of an electric shock or a fire.
☞ Fasten the screws on the main circuit and the control circuit
terminals.
☞ Be sure to earth the ground terminal
(Class 3 GND).
There is danger of an electric shock or a fire.
☞ Reserve a switch for emergency stop. There is danger of an
injury.
☞ When wiring an emergency stop circuit, check its operation
after wiring.
(The responsibility for wiring lies upon the user.) There is
danger of an injury.
☞ Turn on the input power after assembling the inverter. Do not
take off its cover while the power is on.
There is danger of an electric shock.
☞ If the restart function has been selected, inverter could
suddenly restarts when the cause of a fault is removed after
the fault-stop. Do not access the inverter at this time.
(Design the machine so as to protect the worker from danger
even in case of restart.)
There is danger of an injury.
☞ If a fault reset signal entered after the operation signal, the
machine may restart. Therefore, make it sure that the
operation signal is off.
There is danger of an injury.
4
See
Pages
2-6~2-17.
Precautions for Safety
Caution
!
☞ Check the rated voltage of the inverter and the AC voltage are
matched. There is danger of an injury or a fire.
☞ Do not carry out the voltage withstanding test for the inverter.
There is a possibility of damage in the semiconductor elements.
☞ When connecting a brake resistor, brake resistance unit or
brake unit, use it with full understanding of the corresponding
product manual.
(Accidents caused by the user's fault are attributed to the user.)
See
Pages
2-26~
2-28.
☞ Do not connect the AC main power supply to the output
terminal (U), (V) or (W). It may lead to the inverter damage.
!
Caution
☞ Use the 3-phase shield wire for the inverter input/output cable,
and separate it 30 cm or more apart with the control wire or
other signal wires. Noises may cause the necessity of filter
installation.
☞ Do not touch the radiator fin or the discharging resistor. It is
hot.
There is danger of a burn.
See
☞ As it is easy to set the inverter operation from low speed to
high speed, operate the inverter after thoroughly checking the
allowable operation ranges of the motor and the machine.
There is danger of an injury.
☞ Do not check signals during operation. The machine may be
damaged.
☞ As the inverter has been properly preset at the factory, take all
the necessary cares when you change the setting.
Optional changes may lead to damage in the machine.
5
Pages
2-8~
2-14
Precautions for Safety
Maintenance and Inspection.
!
Danger
☞ Do not touch the inverter because it contains high voltage
terminals. There is danger of an electric shock.
☞ Perform maintenance or inspection after turning off the main
power supply and confirming that the charge LED is off.
It is dangerous if the capacitor voltage still remains.
☞ Only qualified engineer can do maintenance, inspection and
replacing the components.
(Take off every metallic material (watch, ring, etc.) before
starting the work. Use proper insulation tools.)
There is danger of an electric shock.
See
Page
8-2~
8-3
☞ Do not remodel the product in any case.
There is danger of an electric shock or injury.
! Caution
☞ The control plate uses C-MOS ICs. So, take all the necessary cares when
you handle it.
If you touch it by hand, the plate may be damaged by static electricity.
☞ Do not change wiring or plug in/out of the connector while power is
supplied to the inverter.
There is danger of an injury.
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Precautions for Safety
Warning
Caution
1. Do not inspect components
unless inside "CHARGE" lamp is
off.
2. Do not connect power source to
output terminals (U. V. W).
3. The insulation resistance test
with a megger requires special
precaution. Before test, read the
instructions thoroughly.
Figure 1. Warning Label Position
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Precautions for Safety
Contents
Precautions for Safety .................................................................. 1
Chapter 1. Specifications of E5
1.1 Name of Parts .................................................................................. 1-2
1.2 External Dimension ...........................................................................1-2
1.3 Standard Specifications .................................................................... 1-5
Chapter 2. Installing and Wiring the Inverter
2.1 Checkpoints in Product Reception .................................................. 2-2
2.2 Handling and Attaching Method ...................................................... 2-4
2.3 Cautions for Installation..................................................................... 2-5
2.4 Wiring
2.4.1 Interconnection.......................................................................... 2-6
2.4.2 Molded-case Circuit Breaker (MCCB ) and Magnetic Contactor
................................................................................................... 2-8
2.4.3 SURGE ABSORBER ............................................................ 2-10
2.4.4 Precautions for Wiring ..........................................................2-10
2.4.5 Wire Size ...............................................................................2-13
2.5 Using Noise Filters
2.5.1 Using a Noise Filter on Power Supply Side ..................... 2-15
2.5.2 Using a Noise Filter on Output Side ..................................2-16
2.5.3 Dealing with Induced Noise .................................................2-17
2.5.4 Dealing with Radio Frequency Interference Noise.............. 2-17
2.6 Terminal Function Description
2.6.1 Main Circuit Terminals ......................................................... 2-18
2.6.2 Control Circuit Terminal Board ............................................ 2-21
2.7 Wiring Examples .............................................................................2-24
2.8 Options and Peripheral devices
2.8.1 Application of Options and Peripheral Devices ..................2-26
2.8.2 Precautions for Applying Peripheral Devices ..................... 2-28
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Precautions for Safety
Chapter 3. Test Run
3.1 Pre-Operational Inspection ............................................................... 3-2
3.2 Test Run ........................................................................................... 3-3
Chapter 4. How to Use the Digital Operator
4.1 Description of Display/Control Panel of Digital Operator .............. 4-2
4.2 Main Functions
4.2.1 Monitoring ................................................................................ 4-3
4.2.2 Programming ........................................................................... 4-3
4.2.3 Error Indication ........................................................................4-4
4.3 How to Set User Constants
4.3.1 Reference to User Constants ................................................ 4-5
4.3.2 Modification of User Constant Setting .................................. 4-6
4.3.3 Example Manipulation for Operation ..................................... 4-7
4.3.4 Precautions for Constant Setting ...........................................4-8
Chapter 5. List of User Constants
List of User Constants............................................................................. 5-2
Chapter 6. Function and Constant Description
6.1 Rotation Speed Setting......................................................................6-2
6.2 Acceleration/Deceleration Time Setting.............................................6-5
6.3 V/F Pattern Selection ....................................................................... 6-7
6.4 Operation Method Selection .......................................................... 6-10
6.5 3-wire Operation Mode .................................................................. 6-12
6.6 Analog Input Gain/Bias Setting ..................................................... 6-13
6.7 Rotating Direction Setting................................................................ 6-14
6.8 Data cycle Selection and Initialization .......................................... 6-15
6.9 Multi-step Speed Operation............................................................. 6-16
6.10 Jog Operation................................................................................. 6-20
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Precautions for Safety
6.11 Output Frequency Limiting.............................................................6-21
6.12 Smooth Start-up............................................................................. 6-23
6.13 Carrier Frequency Selection.......................................................... 6-24
6.14 Retry Count Setting upon Error Occurrence............................... 6-24
6.15 Protection Function Setting............................................................6-25
6.16 Stall Prevention Function and Level Setting................................6-25
6.17 Torque Boost Gain Setting............................................................6-27
6.18 Stopping Method Selection............................................................6-28
6.19 DC Brake Apply............................................................................. 6-29
6.20 Energy-saving Operation .............................................................. 6-31
6.21 Speed(rpm) Display Format Setting ............................................6-32
6.22 Hunting Prevention Gain Setting .................................................6-32
6.23 Selecting Functions from Multi-function Contact Input .............. 6-33
6.24 Multi-function Output Terminal .....................................................6-35
6.25 Multi-function Analog Monitor Output Setting...............................6-37
6.26 Indication of Error History ............................................................6-37
6.27 Selecting Items to be Monitored at the time of Power-up .......6-38
6.28 Motor Capacity Setting.................................................................. 6-39
6.29 Modifiable Constants During Operation........................................ 6-39
6.30 Effective Constants for Reducing Mechanical
Vibration and Impact..................................................................... 6-41
6.31 Speed Up/Down Command........................................................... 6-42
Chapter 7. Error Indication and Actions
7.1 Checking Causes of Errors ............................................................. 7-2
7.2 Actions Against Motor Problems ..................................................... 7-4
Chapter 8. Maintenance and Inspection
Maintenance and Inspection.....................................................................8-2
Appendix
1. Communication Manual ......................................................................A-2
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Chapter 1. Specifications of E5
Chapter 1
Specifications of E5
This chapter describes the specifications
of FARA MOSCON E5.
1.1 Names of Parts‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥1-2
1.2 External Dimension‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥1-2
1.3 Standard Specifications‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥1-5
1-1
Chapter 1. Specifications of E5
1.1 Names of Parts
오퍼레이
Operator
(Operator)
Front Cover
Terminal Cover
하부 커버
Cover
고무 부시
Rubber
Bush
다이캐스트
케이스
Die-cast
Case
Figure 1.1
Names of Inverter Parts
H1
W1
W
Figure 1.2
SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO.,LTD
MODEL : SI-20P7E5
INPUT : AC 3PH 200~220V/50Hz 200~230V/60Hz 5.9A
OUTPUT: AC 3PH 0~230V 2.1KVA 5.4A
SER NO:
IP20
INSTALLATION CATEGORY II
MASS : 2.5Kg
FARA
MOSCON-E5
MADE IN KOREA
1.2 External Dimension
H
d
D
External Dimension of Inverter (0.4kW ~ 3.7kW)
1-2
Chapter 1. Specifications of E5
FARA
MOSCON-E5
Figure 1.3
D
d
W
SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO.,LTD
MODEL : SI-20P7E5
INPUT : AC 3PH 200~220V/50Hz 200~230V/60Hz 5.9A
OUTPUT: AC 3PH 0~230V 2.1KVA 5.4A
SER NO:
IP20
INSTALLATION CATEGORY II
MASS : 2.5Kg
W1
MADE IN KOREA
H
H1
External Dimension of Inverter (5.5kW, 7.5kW)
FARA
MOSCON-E5
MODEL : SI-20P7E5
INPUT : AC 3PH 200~220V/50Hz 200~230V/60Hz 5.9A
OUTPUT: AC 3PH 0~230V 2.1KVA 5.4A
SER NO:
IP20
INSTALLATION CATEGORY II
MASS : 2.5Kg
SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO.,LTD
H1
W1
W
Figure 1.4
MADE IN KOREA
H
D
d
External Dimension of Inverter (11kW, 15kW)
1-3
Chapter 1. Specifications of E5
FARA
MOSCON-E5
W1
W
Figure 1.5
Table 1.1
Models
MADE IN KOREA
SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO.,LTD
MODEL : SI-20P7E5
INPUT : AC 3PH 200~220V/50Hz 200~230V/60Hz 5.9A
OUTPUT: AC 3PH 0~230V 2.1KVA 5.4A
SER NO:
IP20
INSTALLATION CATEGORY II
MASS : 2.5Kg
H1 H
D
d
External Dimension of Inverter (22kW ~ 45kW)
External Dimension of FARA MOSCON E5
External Dimension
(mm)
Dimension for
Installation (mm)
Weight
(Kg)
W
H
D
W1
H1
D
20P4, 20P7, 21P5
40P4, 40P7
140
176
145
120
164
5.5
2.5
22P2, 23P7
41P5, 42P2, 43P7
150
220
165
130
208
5.5
3.315
25P5, 27P5
45P5, 47P5
200
320
190
177
305
7.0
7.515
2011, 2015
4011, 4015
252
380
198
236
365
6.0
9.85
2018, 2022
4018, 4022
320
450
265
275
434.5
7.0
31.45
4030, 4038, 4045
375
550
265
275
534.5
7.0
43.25
Protection
NEMA1
1-4
Chapter 1. Specifications of E5
1.3 Standard Specifications
Table 1.2
Standard Specifications
20P4
20P7
21P5
22P2
23P7
25P5
27P5
40P4
40P7
41P5
42P2
43P7
45P5
Single-phase Model
○
○
○
○
○
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Max. Applicable Motor Capacity kW)
0.4
0.75
1.5
2.2
3.7
5.5
7.5
0.4
0.75
1.5
2.2
3.7
5.5
7.5
Output Capacity (kVA)
1.4
2.3
3.0
4.2
6.9
10.3
13.7
1.4
2.6
3.7
4.7
6.9
11.0
14.1
Rated Output Current (A)
3.2
6.0
8.0
11
17.5
25.0
33.0
1.8
3.4
4.8
6.2
8.0
14.0
18.0
Output
Rating
Power
Supply
Control
Features
Protection
Func
-tion
Max. Output Voltage (V)
3-phase 380 ~ 460V
(In proportion to input voltage)
Rated Output Freq. (Hz)
60, 90, 120, 180Hz (Max. 400Hz)
Voltage/Frequency
200 ~ 220V 50Hz / 200 ~ 230V 60Hz,
3-phase/Single-phase
Allowable Voltage
Fluctuation
± 10%
Allowable Frequency
Fluctuation
± 5%
Control Method
Sine Wave PWM Method
Frequency Control Range
0.1 ~ 400Hz
Frequency Setting Resolving
Power
Digital Operator Commands: 0.1Hz , Analog Commands: 0.23Hz / 60Hz
Output Frequency Resolving
Power
0.1Hz
Overload Capacity
150% of the rated output current for 1 minute
Frequency Setting Signal
DC 0 ~ 10V (20㏀) , 4 ~ 20㎃ (250Ω)
Accelerating/
Decelerating Time
0.1 ~ 3000 (Accelerating time and decelerating time can be set independently.)
Braking Torque
20% approximately
Voltage/Frequency Ratio
8 types of fixed V/F patterns and 1 adjustable type
Instantaneous Overcurrent
Stops at 200% of the rated current (oc)
Overload
Stops at 15% of the rated output current for 1 minute (oL)
Overvoltage
Stops when the main DC voltage exceeds
over 400V.
Stops when the main DC voltage exceeds
over 800V.
Under-Voltage
Stops when the main DC voltage falls
below 210V.
Stops when the main DC voltage falls
below 420V.
Momentary Power Failure
Stops at 15ms or more
Radiator Fin Overheating
-
3-phase 380 ~ 460V 50Hz / 60Hz
Protection by the thermistor.
-
Protection by the thermistor.
Stall Prevention
Stall prevention during acceleration/deceleration, or operation
In-Charge Indication
Indicates until the main DC voltage decreases less than 50V.
Place of Use
Indoor (protected from corrosive gases or dust)
Ambient Temperature
-10 ~ +40℃. Protect the inverter from freezing
Environ Storage Temperature
-mental
Spec.
Humidity
Vibration
(Note)
3-phase/Single-phase 200 ~ 230V
(In proportion to input voltage)
47P5
-20 ~ +60℃
90% RH or less (Prevent dew forming.)
Up to 9.8㎨ (1G) is allowable at 20 Hz or less
and up to 2㎨ (0.2G) at 20 ~ 50 Hz.
1. Maximum applicable motor capacity is for 4-pole standard motor.
2. Storage temperature refers to the short-term temperature during transportation.
3. The brake torque size is a short-term average deceleration torque when the motor decelerates at the shortest possible
speed below 60Hz, not a restoration torque. The average deceleration torque changes with the motor loss. When the
motor runs beyond the base frequency, this value decreases. When a larger restoration torque is required, use an
optional brake resistor.
1-5
Chapter 1. Specifications of E5
2011
2015
2018
2022
4011
4015
4018
4022
4030
4037
4045
11
15
18.5
22
11
15
18.5
22
30
37.5
45
Output Capacity (kVA)
20.6
27.4
34
41
21.6
27.4
34
41
54
68
82
Rated Output Current (A)
51
64
80
96
27
34
40
48
65
81
96
Max. Output Voltage (V)
3-phase 200 ~ 230V
(In proportion to input
voltage)
Rated Output Freq. (Hz)
60, 90, 120, 180Hz (Max. 400Hz)
Voltage/Frequency
3-phase 200 ~ 220V 50Hz /
200 ~ 230V 60Hz
Allowable Voltage Fluctuation
± 10%
Max. Applicable Motor Capacity (kW)
Output
Rating
Power
Supply
3-phase 380 ~ 460V
(In proportion to input voltage)
3-phase 380 ~ 460V 50Hz / 60Hz
Allowable Frequency Fluctuation ± 5%
Control Method
Sine Wave PWM Method
Frequency Control Range
0.1 ~ 400Hz
Frequency Setting Resolving
Power
Digital Operator Command: 0.1Hz , Analog Command: 0.23Hz /
60Hz
Output Frequency Resolving
Control Power
FeaOverload Capacity
tures
Frequency Setting Signal
Protection
Function
0.1Hz
150% of the rated output current for 1 minute
DC 0 ~ 10V (20㏀) , 4 ~ 20㎃ (250Ω)
Accelerating/
Decelerating Time
0.1 ~ 3000 (Accelerating time and decelerating time can be set
independently.)
Brake Torque
20% approximately
Voltage/Frequency Ratio
8 types of fixed V/F patterns 8 and 1 adjustable type
Instantaneous Overcurrent
Stops at 200% of the rated current. (oc)
Overload
Stops at 150% of the rated output current for 1 minute. (oL)
Overvoltage
Stops when the main DC
voltage exceeds over 400V.
Stops when the main DC voltage
exceeds over 800V.
Under-Voltage
Stops when the main DC
voltage falls over 210V.
Stops when the main DC voltage
falls below 420V.
Momentary Power Failure
Stops at 15㎳ or more.
Radiator Fin Overheating
Protection by IPM thermal resistor
Stall Prevention
Stall prevention during acceleration/deceleration, or operation
In-Charge Indication
Indicates until the main DC voltage decreases less than 50V.
Place of Use
Environmen- Ambient Temperature
tal
Spec. Storage Temperature
Humidity
Indoor (protected from corrosive gases or dust)
-10 ~ +40℃. Protect the inverter from freezing.
-20 ~ +60℃
90% RH or less (Prevent dew forming.)
(Note) 1. Maximum applicable motor capacity is for 4-pole standard motor.
2. Storage temperature refers to the short-term temperature during transportation.
3. The brake torque size is a short-term average deceleration torque when the motor decelerates at
the shortest possible speed below 60Hz, not a restoration torque. The average deceleration torque
changes with the motor loss. When the motor runs beyond the base frequency, this value
decreases. When a larger restoration torque is required, use an optional brake resistor.
1-6
Chapter 2 Installing and Wiring the Inverter
Chapter 2
Installing and Wiring the Inverter
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
Checkpoints in Product Reception..................... 2-2
Handling and Attaching Method............................2-4
Cautions for Installation.......................................... 2-5
Wiring........................................................................... 2-6
2.4.1 Interconnection.................................................... 2-6
2.4.2 Molded-case Circuit Breaker (MCCB) and
Magnetic Contactor ........................................... 2-8
2.4.3 Surge Absorber.................................................. 2-10
2.4.4 Precautions for Wiring.......................................2-10
2.4.5 Wire Size.............................................................2-13
2.5 Using Noise Filters..................................................2-15
2.5.1 Using a Noise Filter on Power Supply Side... 2-15
2.5.2 Using a Noise Filter on Output Side............... 2-16
2.5.3 Dealing with Induced Noise.............................. 2-17
2.5.4 Dealing with Radio Frequency Interference
(RFI) Noise......................................................... 2-17
2.6 Terminal Function Description............................. 2-18
2.6.1 Main Circuit Terminals.......................................2-18
2.6.2 Control Circuit Terminal Board.........................2-21
2.7 Wiring Examples...................................................... 2-24
2.8 Options and Peripheral devices.......................... 2-26
2.8.1 Application of Options and Peripheral
Devices............................................................... 2-26
2.8.2 Precautions for Applying Peripheral Devices......... 2-28
2-1
Chapter 2 Installing and Wiring the Inverter
2.1 Checkpoints upon Product Reception
When you receive FARA MOSCON-E5, check the followings. If there is any
problems, contact our agency or branch immediately.
☞ Is the actual product the same as what is described in
!
Caution
the order sheet?
☞ Is there any part damaged or lost during transportation?
[Example of Name Plate]
MODEL
Inverter Model
Input Specification
: SI 20P7E5 / □□□
Input Votage : AC 3PH 200 220V/50Hz 200 230V/60Hz
Output Specification
Weight: 2.5㎏
Program VER..
Output Power: AC 3PH 0 230V 2.1KVA 4.8A
: 2.5Kg
PRG: Ver 2.0
MASS
SER. NO : 3E20YC0001
B AR C O D E
SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO.,LTD MADE IN KOREA
[Description of Inverter Model]
SI
2 0 P 7 E 5 / □□ □
E5 SERIES
SAMSUNG
INVERTER
Voltage Class
2: 200V class
4: 400V class
Max. Applicable Motor Capacity
[P indicates a decimal point.]
0P4 : 0.4 kW
011 : 11 kW
0P7 : 0.7 kW
015 : 15 kW
1P5 : 1.5 kW
018 : 18.5 kW
2P2 : 2.2 kW
022 : 22 kW
3P7 : 3.7 kW
030 : 30 kW
5P5 : 5.5 kW
037 : 37 kW
7P5 : 7.5 kW
045 : 45 kW
Figure 2.1
Name Plate
2-2
SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO.,LTD
(c) 11kW ~ 15kW
Figure 2.2
2-3
MADE IN KOREA
(a) 0.4kW ~ 3.7kW
SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO.,LTD
MODEL : SI-20P7E5
INPUT : AC 3PH 200~220V/50Hz 200~230V/60Hz 5.9A
OUTPUT: AC 3PH 0~230V 2.1KVA 5.4A
SER NO:
IP20
INSTALLATION CATEGORY II
MASS : 2.5Kg
SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO.,LTD
MADE IN KOREA
MODEL : SI-20P7E5
INPUT : AC 3PH 200~220V/50Hz 200~230V/60Hz 5.9A
OUTPUT: AC 3PH 0~230V 2.1KVA 5.4A
SER NO:
IP20
INSTALLATION CATEGORY II
MASS : 2.5Kg
SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO.,LTD
MADE IN KOREA
MODEL : SI-20P7E5
INPUT : AC 3PH 200~220V/50Hz 200~230V/60Hz 5.9A
OUTPUT: AC 3PH 0~230V 2.1KVA 5.4A
SER NO:
IP20
INSTALLATION CATEGORY II
MASS : 2.5Kg
Chapter 2 Installing and Wiring the Inverter
(b) 5.5kW, 7.5kW
MODEL : SI-20P7E5
INPUT : AC 3PH 200~220V/50Hz 200~230V/60Hz 5.9A
OUTPUT: AC 3PH 0~230V 2.1KVA 5.4A
SER NO:
IP20
INSTALLATION CATEGORY II
MASS : 2.5Kg
MADE IN KOREA
(d) 22kW ~ 45kW
Attached Location of Name Plate
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2.2 Handling and Attaching Method
! Caution
!
Danger
☞ When you carry the inverter, handle it carefully so that
it may not be damaged.
☞ Do not throw the inverter.
☞ Do not carry the inverter only holding cover but hold
the die-cast case. Main frame may fall on your foot.
☞ Use fireproof materials such as metal for the part
where the inverter to be attached. There is danger of a
fire.
☞ When installing several inverters in a single enclosed
space, install a cooling fan to keep the ambient
temperature below 45℃.
Overheating may lead to a fire or other accidents.
☞ There still remains power inside the inverter even
after power went off.
Even the power turned off, carry out installation
work confirming whether the charge LED is off.
For efficient cooling, mount FARA MOSCON-E5 vertically and secure an empty space
as shown in the following figure.
30mm or more
30mm or more
150mm or more
Air
flow
[Inlet Air Temperature]
Open-chassis Type:
-10 ~ +40℃.
150mm or more
Air
flow
It is possible to use 5.5Kw
model or higher at the
temperature up to 45℃, with
the front cover removed.
Figure 2.3(a) Mounting Space
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2.3 Cautions for Installation
Install FARA MOSON-E5 in the places where the ambient temperature is -10 ~ +40℃(for enclosed
wall-mounting type) or -10 ~ +45℃ (for Open-chassis Type).
An ill lighted place
(Avoid from a direct ray
of light)
No noxious gas or fluid
place
Unreachable place from
grease
Little salty allowed
Free from rain, wind and
water spray
(For closed-wall-hanger)
Little dirt or powder
allowed
(For closed-wall-hanger)
Little vibration
Chilly place
Little E.M.I place
(ex : No welder or power
machine)
Free from a radio active
substance
-10 40℃ Circumference
Temperature
No combustibles
Figure 2.3 (b) Cautions for Installation
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2.4 Wiring
2.4.1 Interconnection
☞ Interconnect wires as shown in Figure 2.4 and Figure 2.5.
☞ When using the digital operator, you can operate the motor only with
the main circuit wiring. In other words, connect AC power supply to
(R), (S), (T) and the motor to (U), (V), (W) terminals.
Brake Resistor
(option)
3-phase
Power Supply
200 ~ 230V
50/60Hz
R
B1
Molded-case
Circuit Breaker
Motor
R
U
S
S
T
T
V
W
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Reverse Run/Stop
External Error
Error Reset
Multi-step Speed
Command 1
Jogging
**2kΩ
*2kΩ
0 ~ +10V
4 ~ 20mA
P
IM
E
Forward Run/Stop
Factory
Setting
B2
P
+
FM -
Frequency Meter
Output Frequency Monitor
DC 0~10V
(Class 3 GND)
Multi-function
Contact Input
A1
B1
C1
Sequence Common(0V)
E
Shield Lead GND Terminal
8 Power Supply for Speed Command
Setting + 12V 20mA
A2
9 Main Speed Command
B2
10 0~10V(20kΩ)
Main Speed Command
4~20mA(250Ω)
11
Control
12 Common (0V)
C2
Multi-function Contact Output
1
AC250V 1A or less
DC 30V 1A or less
Factory setting is
"Error Occurrence".
Multi-function Contact Output 2
AC250V 1A or less
DC 30V 1A or less
Factory setting is "In
Operation"
13
↕ the twisted shield leads.
Note 1)
indicates shield leads, and
2) Symbol ◎ means main circuit terminals, and ○ means control circuit terminals.
3) Maximum current capacity of +12V voltage Control Circuit Terminal 8 is 20mA.
* Variable Resistance 1 is for frequency setting.
** Variable Resistance 2 is provided for lowering +12V to +10V. In consideration to voltage drop
due to wiring impedance, the power voltage is set to +12V.
Figure 2.4
Example of Standard Wiring (0.4kW ~ 7.5kW)
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Brake
Resistor
DC
Reactor
+ 2
3-phase
Power Supply
200 ~ 230V
50/60Hz
Brake Unit
DC
Power
Supply
+ 1/B1
***
-
B2 + 3
*** ***
R
R
U
S
S
V
T
T
W
Motor
IM
E
Forward Run/Stop
1
Reverse Run/Stop
External Error
(Factory
Setting)
Error Reset
Multi-step
Command
Multi-step
Command
Multi-step
Command
A1
3
B1 AC250V 1A or less
4
Speed
1
Speed
2
Speed
3
Class 3 GND
2
5
Multi-function
Contact Input
Multi-function Contact Output 1
DC 30V 1A or less
C1 Factory setting is
"Error Occurrence".
6
7
Jogging
8
A2
11 Sequence Common (0V)
E
Shield Lead GND Terminal
B2
C2
**2kΩ
12 Power Supply for Speed Command Setting
+12V 20mA
13 Main Speed Command 0~10V(20kΩ)
0~+10V
*2kΩ
4~20mA
P
P
15 Main Speed Command 4~20mA (250Ω)
16 Control Common (0V)
+
17
FM
18
Frequency Monitor
DC 0~10V
Note 1)
indicates shield leads, and
↕ the twisted shield leads.
2) ◎ symbol indicates main circuit terminals, and symbol ○ indicates control circuit terminals.
3) Maximum current capacity of +12V voltage of Control Circuit Terminal 12 is 20mA.
* Variable Resistance 1 is for frequency setting.
** Variable Resistance 2 is provided for lowering +12V to +10V. In consideration to voltage drop due to
wiring impedance, the power voltage is set to +12V.
When you operate about 80% of variable resistance in case it is not used, the maximum frequency could
obtained. The maximum frequency status is kept even when the variable resistance is operated more.
When 12V is applied to Terminal 13, there is no problem.
*** Terminal Arrangement is different according to Power Capacity (See Table 2.4)
Figure 2.5
Example of Standard Wiring (11kW ~ 45kW)
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2.4.2 Molded-Case Circuit Breaker (MCCB) and Magnetic Contactor
☞ Connect between AC main power supply and FARA MOSCON-E5
input terminals (R),(S) and (T) with molded-case circuit breaker
(MCCB).
☞ Connect the magnetic contactor if necessary. Recommendations for the
MCCB and magnetic contactor are given in Table 2.1
☞ When applying a leakage brake, select whose sensitivity current is
200mA or more and its operating time should be slower then 0.1, or
use radio frequency measures.
AC Power Supply
~
MCCB
Magnetic Contactor
Figure 2.6 Connection of MCCB and Magnetic Contactor
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Table 2.1
MCCB and Magnetic Contactor
MCCB
Capacity
(kVA)
Rated Output
Current(A)
AF
AT
Magnetic Contactor
Rated Usable Current (A)
20P4
1.4
3.2
30A
5A
13A
20P7
2.1
4.8
30A
10A
13A
21P5
2.7
6.4
30A
20A
13A
22P2
4.1
9.6
30A
20A
13A
23P7
6.9
16
30A
30A
20A
25P5
10.3
24
50A
50A
26A
27P5
13.7
32
100A
60A
35A
2011
20.6
48
100A
100A
50A
2015
27.4
64
100A
100A
65A
2018
34
80
200A
125A
80A
2022
41
96
200A
125A
125A
40P4
1.4
1.6
30A
5A
9A
40P7
2.2
2.6
30A
5A
9A
41P5
3.4
4.0
30A
10A
9A
42P2
4.1
4.8
30A
10A
9A
43P7
6.9
8.0
30A
20A
17A
45P5
10.3
12.0
30A
20A
17A
47P5
13.7
16.0
30A
30A
17A
4011
20.6
24
50A
50A
25A
4015
27.4
32
100A
60A
48A
4018
34
40
100A
75A
48A
4022
41
48
100A
100A
48A
4030
54
64
100A
100A
65A
4037
68
80
200A
125A
80A
4045
82
96
200A
125A
120A
Model
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2.4.3 Surge Absorber
☞ Use the surge absorber for the coils of magnetic contactor or control
relay, electronic valves and electronic brake units used for FARA
MOSCON-E5.
☞ If it is not connected, large amount of voltage is generated when
fore-mentioned units are opened or closed, to cause equipment damage
or malfunctioning.
☞ Application of the surge Absorber is shown in Table 2.2.
Table 2.2 Application of Surge Absorber
Division
200~230V
Model
Specification
Large Capacity Coil
except Relays
DCR2-50A 22E
AC250V 0.5uF
200Ω
Control Relays
DCR2-10A 25C
AC250V 0.1uF
100Ω
DCR2-50D 100B
AC 1kV 0.5uF 220Ω
380~460V class
Note) The surge absorber is a product of MARCON Co., Ltd.(Japan).
Use the recommended product or an equivalent.
2.4.4 Precautions for Wiring
☞ When performing external wiring, observe following
(A) through (C).
!
Caution
☞ After finishing the wiring work, check the wiring state.
But, do not check buzzer function of the control circuit.
(A) Control Circuit Wiring
(1) Layout wires to the control circuit (Terminals 1~18) separately from
the main circuit cable (Terminals R, S, T, B1, B2, -, +1/B1, +2, B2,
U, V, W) and other power cables.
(2) Connect wires to the control circuit terminals A1, B1, C1, A2, B2
and C2 (contact output) separately from that of control circuit terminals
1 ~ 18.
(3) To prevent malfunction caused by noise, use the twisted shield wire
or twisted pair shield wire.
☞ Finish the terminal part as shown in Figure 2.7.
☞ Limit the wiring distance not to be longer than 50cm.
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Shielded Sheath
Connect to MOSCON-E5
GND terminal.
Do not connect here.
Wrap both ends of the
sheath with insulation tape.
Figure 2.7
Terminal Finishing of Twisted Shield Wire
☞ When operating the contact input signal with the transistor, use the
transistor whose rating is 50V 50mA or more. When OFF Signal
selected, set the circuit leakage current to 300㎂.
24V
1~6
7
Sequence
Figure 2.8 Example of Contact Input Signal Connection
(Open Collector Input for 0.4kw ~ 7.5kw)
(B) Wiring for Main Circuit Input/Output
(1) The direction of upper rotation of input terminals R, S and T does not
matter.
(2) Do not connect AC main power supply to output terminals U, V, W.
(3) When output terminals U, V and W of FARA MOSCON-E5 are
connected to terminal U, V and W of motor respectively, the forward
rotation command causes the motor to rotate Counter-ClockWise from
the view of load side.
Figure 2.9
Definition of Forward Rotation
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☞ To change the direction of rotation, change the connection of any
two wires of U, V and W.
(4) Take necessary cares for the output wiring not to touch the case (It
may cause a GND fault or a short-circuit.)
(5) Do not connect the Phase-Leading Capacitors, LC or RC noise filter
to the output terminal of FARA MOSCON-E5.
(6) Do not install the electronic switch. Do not connect the electronic
switch or magnetic contactor to the output circuit. When load is
connected while the inverter is operating, the inverter over-current
protection circuit may operates due to rush current.
(7) Thermal Relay Installation
When the overload protection function needs to implemented in the
inverter but the inverter alone has to operate multiple motors or a
multipolar motor, connect a thermal relay (TMR). When using the
thermal relay, set Column 3 of the inverter F-44 to 1 (1XX) and set
TMR frequency as 1.0 times of the value specified in the name plate
at 50Hz and 1.1 times at 60Hz.
(C) Ground Cable
(1) Use Class 3 Ground(100Ω or less) for the GND terminal ( ).
(2) Do not use the Ground cable in common with the high-power
equipment such as welding machine and power equipment.
☞ Separate the Ground cable and the high-power equipments.
(3) For the Ground cable, use the standard cable specified in the technical
standard for electric facilities, and wire it as short as possible.
(4) When installing several FARA MOSCON-E5 units, ground them as
shown in Figure 2.10 (a) or (b) and prevent loop forming as shown in
(c).
ⓐ Good
Figure 2.10
ⓑ Good
ⓒ Bad
Multiple GND for FARA MOSCON-E5
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2.4.5 Wire Size
Sizes and types of wires used for wiring are listed in Table 2.3.
Table 2.3
Circuit
Main Circuit
r
,
s
Control
Circuit
Wire Size
Model
Capacity
(kVA)
Terminal
Screw
Wire Size
(mm2)
20P4
1.4
M4
2 ~ 5.5
20P7
2.1
M4
2 ~ 5.5
21P5
2.7
M4
3.5 ~ 5.5
22P2
4.1
M4
3.5 ~ 5.5
23P7
6.9
M4
3.5 ~ 5.5
25P5
10.3
M4
5.5 ~ 8.0
27P5
13.7
M4
5.5 ~ 8.0
2011
20.6
M6
8.0 ~ 14.0
2015
27.4
M6
14.0 ~ 22.0
2018
34
M8
22.0 ~ 38.0
2022
41
M8
22.0 ~ 38.0
40P4
1.4
M4
2 ~ 5.5
40P7
2.2
M4
2 ~ 5.5
41P5
3.4
M4
2 ~ 5.5
42P2
4.1
M4
2 ~ 5.5
43P7
6.9
M4
2 ~ 5.5
45P5
10.3
M4
3.5 ~ 5.5
47P5
13.7
M4
3.5 ~ 5.5
4011
20.6
M6
5.5 ~ 8.0
4015
27.4
M6
5.5 ~ 8.0
4018
34
M8
8.0 ~ 14.0
4022
41
M8
8.0 ~ 14.0
4030
54
M8
22.0 ~ 38.0
4037
68
M8
22.0 ~ 38.0
4045
82
M8
22.0 ~ 38.0
M3.5
0.5 ~ 2.0
M3.5
0.5 ~ 2.0
18kW or more
Common
for All
Models
-
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Wire Type
Power Cable
(600V Vinyl Wire, etc.)
Twisted Shield Wire
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!
Caution
☞ When selecting the wire size
Take voltage drop of the wire into
size so that the voltage drop could
voltage.
Inter-wire Voltage Drop (V) = √3
Wiring Distance (m) x Current (A) x
consideration. Select the wire
fall within 2% of the rated
x Wire Resistance (Ω/km) x
10-3
☞ AC Reactor Insertion for Power Aid
When power capacity is over 600kVA, insert an AC reactor to the
inverter input side for power aid. This reactor is also effective or
improving the power factor.
☞ About wiring distance between Inverter and Motor
A long wiring distance between the inverter and the motor, and
high inverter carrier frequency (1GBT switching frequency) increase
harmonic leakage current from the cable, which adversely affects
the inverter body and peripheral devices.
When the wiring distance between the inverter and the motor is
long, set the inverter carrier frequency as follows.
Set the carrier frequency to Constant F-42. For more information,
see [Carrier Frequency Setting].
Default carrier frequency set at 16kHz.
Wiring Distance between
Inverter and Motor
Up to 30m
Up to 50m
Up to 100m
Over 100m
Allowable Carrier Frequency
(Setting of F-42)
16 kHz or
less (0)
8 kHz or
less (1)
4 kHz or
less (2)
1 kHz or
less (3)
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2.5 Using Noise Filters
2.5.1 Using a Noise Filter on Power Supply Side
By using a noise filter on the power supply side, it is possible to remove noise
flowing in to the inverter from the power line or reduce harmonic noise flowing
from the inverter to the power line.
MCCB
Power Supply
Noise
Filter
~
E5
IM
Use the dedicated noise
filter for the inverter.
MCCB
Control Circuit
(A) Wiring Example 1 (Good)
MCCB
Power Supply
E5
~
IM
MCCB
Ordinary
Noise
Filter
Control Circuit
MCCB
Power Supply
Ordinary
Noise
Filter
~
E5
IM
It is difficult to expert any
effects with an ordinary
noise filter.
MCCB
Control Circuit
(B) Wiring Example 2 (Bad)
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Power Supply
MCCB
~
IM
E5
When the inverter and the power
source are used in 1:1 relation, there
is no need to install a noise filter.
(C) Wiring Example 3
Power Supply
MCCB
E5
Insulated
IM
MCCB
Connecting an insulation side
transistor to the power side of
the peripheral control circuits
you can yet the same effects
as the noise filter.
Trans
Control Circuit
(D) Wiring Example 4
Figure 2.11 Use of Noise Filter on Power Side
2.5.2 Using a Noise Filter on Output Side
Using a noise filter on the output side of the inverter, it is possible to radio noise or induced noise.
Power Supply
~
MCCB
Noise
Filter
E5
Signal Wire
IM
Induced
Noise
Control Device
Radio Noise
AM
Radio
Figure 2.12 Use of Noise Filter on Output Side
☞
Induced Noise: It refers to the noise generated on the signal line by electromagnetic induction.
☞
Radio Frequency Noise (RFI): It refers to harmonic noise radiated from the inverter unit or
cable.
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2.5.3 Dealing with Induced Noise
☞ To suppress the induced noise generated from the output side, wire cables en
bloc through a grounded metallic tube as shown in the following figure in
addition to using a noise filter.
☞ When the metallic tube is 30cm or more apart from the signal line, the
influence of induced noise is reduced.
Metallic Tube
MCCB
Power
Supply
~
IM
E5
30cm or more
Control Unit
Figure 2.13
Signal Line
Induced Noise Management
2.5.4 Dealing with Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) Noise
☞ RFI noise may also be caused by emission from the inverter unit as well as
from the input/output lines.
☞ Installing a noise filter on the inverter unit with a metallic shield can
effectively reduce the RFI noise.
☞ In addition, the shorter the wiring between Inverter and the motor, the lesser
the noise is.
Power
Supply
Metallic Tube
MCCB
Noise
Filter
~
Figure 2.14
Noise
Filter
E5
IM
Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) Noise Management
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2.6 Terminal Function Description
2.6.1 Main Circuit Terminals
Control Circuit
Terminal Block
Main Circuit
Terminal Block
GND Terminal
㎾ ~ 3.7㎾
㎾
(a) 0.4㎾
㎾, 7.5㎾
㎾
(b) 5.5㎾
Control Circuit
Terminal Block
Main Circuit
Terminal Block
GND Terminal
㎾ ~ 15㎾
㎾
(c) 11㎾
㎾ ~ 45㎾
㎾
(d) 18㎾
Figure 2.15 Terminal Board Arrangement
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Table 2.4 Description of Main Circuit Terminal Board
Terminal Function
Terminal
Symbol
0.4kW ~
3.7kW
5.5kW, 7.5kW
11kW ~ 45kW
4011,4015
R
Main Circuit Power Input
S
T
Non-applicable P-N: DC Power
(N)
B1/ P
Brake Resistor
Connection
B2
Supply
Auxiliary
Condenser
Brake Unit
B1-B2: Brake Resistor
Non-applicable
- +1/B1 : DC Power
Supply
+1 /B1
or
+1
+1/B1 -
Non-applicable
+2
Non-applicable
+2 : DC Reactor
-
+1
: DC
Power Supply
+1/B1 - B2 : Brake Resistor
+1 -+2 : DC Reactor
-+3 : Brake Unit
B2
Note 1)
or
Non-applicable
+3
r
–Applicable only for the inverters over 18kW.
Non-applicable
s
–When using DC power supply for the main
circuit power, connect AC 220V to drive the fan.
U
V
Inverter
Output
W
Note 1)
4011, 4015 model hasn't brake-IGBT , it's main power terminal is different.
Terminal markings are R, S, T, -, +1, +2, +3, U, V, W
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R
S
T
B1
B2
U
V
W
(a) Main Circuit Terminal Board of 0.4kW~3.7kW Inverters
R
S
T
(N)
B1/P
B2
U
V
W
(b) Main Circuit Terminal Board of 5.5kW and 7.5kW Inverters
R
S
T
-
+1 /B1
+2
B2
U
V
W
(c) Main Circuit Terminal Board of 11kW~45kW Inverters (except for 4011, 4014)
R
S
T
-
+1
+2
+3
U
(d) Main Circuit Terminal Board of 4011, 4015 Inverters
Figure 2.16 Main Circuit Terminal Block Layout
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2.6.2. Control Circuit Terminal Board
Table 2.5 Description of Control Circuit Terminal Board (for 0.4 kW ~ 7.5 kW)
Termin
al
No.
Terminal Function
1
Forward Run/Stop
2
Multi-function Input 1
3
Multi-function Input 2
Signal Level
Default Setting
Reverse Run/Stop
External Error
Photo-coupler Input
+24V, 10mA
4
Multi-function Input 3
5
Multi-function Input 4
Multi-step Speed
Command 1
6
Multi-function Input 5
Jogging Command
7
Sequence Control Input
Common
+24V Ground
Sequence common
8
Power Supply Terminal for
Frequency Command
+12V
(Max 20mA)
-
9
Voltage Command for Main
Speed Frequency
DC 0 ~ +10V
(20kΩ)
-
10
Current Command for Main
Speed Frequency
4 ~ 20 mA
(250Ω)
-
11
Analog signal Common
0V
-
12
Analog Monitor Output
DC 0 ~ +10V
(Output Frequency)
13
Analog signal Common
0V
-
Multi-function Output
Contact Capacity:
AC 250V, 1A or less
DC 30V, 1A or less
Error Occurrence
Multi-function Output
Contact Capacity:
AC 250V, 1A or less
DC 30V, 1A or less
In Operation
Shield Lead Connection
-
-
Error Reset
A1
B1
C1
A2
B2
C2
E
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Table 2.6 Description of Control Circuit Terminal Board (for 11 kW ~ 45 kW)
Termin
al
No.
Terminal Function
1
Forward Run/Stop
2
Multi-function Input 1
Reverse Run/Stop
3
Multi-function Input 2
External Error
4
Multi-function Input 3
Error Reset
5
Multi-function Input 4
6
Multi-function Input 5
Multi-step Speed
Command 2
7
Multi-function Input 6
External Base Block
8
Multi-function Input 7
Jogging
11
Sequence Control Input
Common
+24V Ground
Sequence common
12
Power Supply Terminal for
Frequency Command
+12V
(Max 20mA)
-
13
Voltage Command for Main
Speed Frequency
DC 0 ~ +10V
(20kΩ)
-
14
Unused
15
Current Command for Main
Speed Frequency
4 ~ 20 mA
(250Ω)
-
16
Analog signal Common
0V
-
17
Analog Monitor Output
DC 0 ~ +10V
(Output Frequency)
18
Analog signal Common
0V
-
Multi-function Output
Contact Capacity:
AC 250V, 1A or less
DC 30V, 1A or less
Error Occurrence
Multi-function Output
Contact Capacity:
AC 250V, 1A or less
DC 30V, 1A or less
In Operation
Shield Lead Connection
-
-
A1
B1
Signal Level
Photo-coupler Input
+24V, 10mA
Default Setting
Multi-step Speed
Command 1
-
C1
A2
B2
C2
E
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Note) When changing the main speed frequency using the external frequency
command terminal, take the followings into consideration:
☞ At the time of delivery from the factory, only the voltage command
input terminal (Inverters below 7.5kW capacity: Control Terminal No.9,
Inverters over 11kW capacity: Control Terminal No.13) is set to
operate.
☞ When using the current command input terminal (Inverters below
7.5kW capacity: Control Terminal No. 10, Inverters over 11kW
capacity: Control Terminal No.15), change the value of Constant F-81,
from 0 to 1.
☞ In the multi-function input function settings (0 ~ 9) of F-71 ~ F-77, if
the voltage/current command switch-over (9) is set, the setting of F-81
is null.
A1
B1
A2
C1
B2
E
8
C2
1
12
1
13
2
14
3
16
15
4
5
(b)
11
4
12
5
13
6
7
0.4kW ~ 7.5kW
17
6
10
3
2
(a)
11
9
18
7
E
8
A1
E
B1
A2
C1
B2
11kW ~ 45kW
Figure 2.17 Control Circuit Terminal Block Layout
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2.7 Wiring Examples
Brake Resistor
B1
3-phase
Power Supply
200 ~ 230V
50/60Hz
B2
R
R
U
Motor
S
S
V
M
T
W
T
E
(Factory
Setting)
Class 3 GND
1
Forward Run/Stop
2
Reverse Run/Stop
External Error
3
Error Reset
4
A1
Multi-function
Contact Input
C1
5
Multi-step Speed
Command 1
Jogging
B1
Multi-function Contact
Output 1
AC250V 1A or less
DC 30V 1A or less
Factory setting is "Error
Occurrence".
6
7
Sequence Common(0V)
A2
B2
E
Shield Lead GND Terminal
C2
Multi-function Contact
Output 2
AC250V 1A or less
DC 30V 1A or less
Factory setting is
"In Operation"
2kΩ
Supply for Setting the Speed
8 Power
Command +12V 20mA
0~+10V
2kΩ
9
Main Speed Command 0~10V(20kΩ)
4~20mA
P
P
10 Main Speed Command 4~20mA(250Ω)
11
Control Common (0V)
+
FM
12
-
13
Frequency Monitor
DC 0~10V
Note 1)
indicates shield leads, and
↕ the twisted shield leads.
2) Symbol ◎ indicates main circuit terminals, and symbol ○ indicates control circuit terminals.
3) Maximum current capacity of +12V voltage of Control Circuit Terminal 8 is 20mA.
Figure 2.18
Example of Standard Wiring (for Inverters of 0.4kW ~ 7.5kW Capacity)
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Brake
Resistor
DC
REACTOR
3-phase
Power Supply
200 ~ 230V
50/60Hz
DC
Power
Supply
+ 1/B1 *
+ 2
Brake Unit
-
* B2
+ 3*
R
R
U
Motor
S
S
V
M
T
T
W
E
(Factory
Setting)
Class 3 GND
1
Forward Run/Stop
2
Reverse Run/Stop
A1
3
External Errort
4
Error Reset
5
Multi-step Speed
Command 1
B1
Multi-function
Contact Input
C1
Multi-function
Contact Output 1
AC250V 1A or less
DC 30V 1A or less
Factory setting is
"Error Occurrence".
6
Multi-step Speed
Command 2
Jogging
7
Base Block
8
A2
11 Sequence Common(0V)
B2
E
Shield Lead GND
Terminal
C2
Multi-function
Contact Output 2
AC250V 1A or less
DC 30V 1A or less
Factory setting is
"In Operation"
2kΩ
12 Power Supply for Setting the
Speed Command +12V 20mA
0~+10V
2kΩ
13 Main Speed Command 0~10V(20kΩ)
4~20mA
P
P
15 Main Speed Command 4~20mA(250Ω)
16 Control Common(0V)
+
FM
17
-
18
Frequency Monitor
DC 0~10V
↕ the twisted shield leads.
Note 1)
indicates shield leads, and
2) Symbol ◎ indicates main circuit terminals, and ○ indicates control circuit terminals.
3) Maximum current capacity of +12V voltage of Control Circuit Terminal 12 is 20mA.
* Terminal Arrangement is different according to Power Capacity (See Table 2.4)
Figure 2.19
Example of Standard Wiring (for 11kW ~ 45kW Inverters)
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2.8 Options and Peripheral Devices
2.8.1 Application of Optional Units and Peripheral Devices
Noise Filter on Input Side
It affects the inverter input power system or
reduces noises from the wiring.
Install it as close to the inverter as possible.
Operator
It is used for operating Inverter.
Choose a proper operator for remote
operation and other uses.
Brake Resistance
Install it to improve brake (deceleration)
capability of the motor
Monitor Device (Indicator)
Install it to indicate frequency/current on the
control panel.
. Inhibition of Capacitive Load Installation to Input/Output Power System
Do not insert a phase-advanced condenser to the input/output side or a
surge killer to the output side. There is a possible of damage in the
inverter or the inserted device.
. Grounding
. Be sure to ground the motor and the inverter, to prevent electric shock.
. Thermal Relay (Motor Protection)
As the electronic thermal relay is equipped to the inverter, there is no
need to install a thermal relay additionally. When a single inverter has to
operate multiple motors, however, thermal relays should be installed for
each motor. When there is a possibility that load torque may increase at
a low speed, it is recommended to install a dedicated inverter motor for
protective aid to the thermal relay.
Handling Tips
When the wiring distance between the inverter and the motor
is long, carrier frequency is reduced. Leakage current from
the cable affects peripheral devices including the inverter and
the thermal relay.
Motor
Operate the motor according to its specification.
For low-speed operation with a standard motor, it
is necessary to reduce load torque. Note that it is
impossible for some motors to allow special
operation.
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AC Power Source
Handling Point
~
Power Specification
Use the inverter within the allowable power
specification.
As a large rush current flows in the no-fuse
breaker or the electric leakage breaker inverter
at the time of power-up, choose a breaker
carefully. For power breaker, use the one
provide with high frequency measures.
No-Fuse Breaker
(NFB) or Electric
Leakage Breaker
(ELB)
Magnetic Contactor (MC)
Install the MC for supplying or interrupting
inverter power by remote control. Frequent use
of the MC for operating and stopping the
inverter is a cause of reduction of the inverter
life span. In addition, be sure to install a
surge absorber to the coil.
Magnetic
Contactor (MC)
Input Reactor
For power factor improvement or for a large
power capacitance (10m wiring distance or
less at 600 kVA or more), an input reactor
should be installed. If it is not installed, the
inverter may be damaged.
For power factor
improvement
AC Reactor
Wiring on the Input Side
A wrong wiring may cause the inverter
damage. In particular, do not connect power
to inverter outputs U, V and W. In addition,
keep a sufficient distance between the control
signal line and the main circuit, so that they
could not be affected by noises.
Input Noise Filter
Operator
Inverter
Installation Location
Install the inverter in a place free of gas and
dust. In addition, as the ambient temperature
affects the inverter life span, ensure that the
ambient temperature may not rise over the
allowable value. In particular, when
accommodating the inverter in the power
distribution panel, special care should be
given.
Brake
Resistance
Frequency
Meter
GND
Noise Filter on Output Side
This filter reduces the amount of noises from
the wiring of the inverter output side. Insert
the filter as close to the inverter as possible.
Output Noise Filter
GND
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2.8.2 Precautions for Applying Peripheral Devices
■ Selection and Installation of Molded-case Circuit Breaker (MCCB)
Install the MCCB on the power reception side for wiring protection of the
primary side of the inverter. Selection of the MCCB depends on the power
factors of the inverter (power voltage, output frequency, and change by load).
For standard MCCB selection, see Table 2.1. In particular, for a full electronic
MCCB, the operation characteristics change with high frequency current and
thus it is necessary to select a large capacity MCCB. It is recommended to
use an ordinary electric leakage breaker whose sensitivity current is 200mA or
more, or the one for inverters.
■ Application of Primary Side Magnetic Contactor (MC)
It is possible to use the inverter without the MC on power side. For remote
operation, install a primary side MC for the purpose of preventing accidents
caused by automatic restart when the inverter recovers from power interruption
due to instantaneous power failure and the like. Even in this case, do not
start/stop the inverter too often with the MC (which may cause an accident).
For operation with the digital operator, the inverter does not automatically
restarts even after recovery from power failure, so it is impossible to start up
the inverter from the MC. Although it is possible to stop the inverter from
the primary side MC, break, a unique feature of the inverter, does not work
but the inverter stops by Free Run. When using the brake resistor unit,
combine a sequence that turns off the MC at the thermal relay contact of the
brake resistor unit.
■ Application of Secondary Magnetic Contactor (MC)
It is a principle to install a magnetic contactor between the inverter and the
motor, and not to turn on or off during operation. Applying power during
inverter operation causes a large rush current to flow, to make the over-current
protection of the inverter work. When installing an MC for switching to
commercial power source, be sure to stop the inverter and the motor in
advance. For switching during rotation, install the speed setting function. In
addition, when applying an MC because measures for instantaneous power
failure is needed, use a delay disengaging type MC.
■ Thermal Relay Installation
The inverter is provided with an electronic thermal relay to protect the motor
from overheating. When a single inverter has to operate multiple motors or a
multi-polar motor, however, install a thermal relay (THR) between the inverter
and the motor. Set the thermal relay as 1.0 times of the value specified in the
nameplate at 50Hz and 1.1 times at 60Hz.
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■ Power Factor Improvement (Inhibition of Phase-advanced Condenser Installation)
For power factor improvement, insert an AC reactor to the inverter primary
side. The condenser and the surge killer for power factor improvement on the
inverter output side are in danger of overheating or being damaged by high
frequency components of the inverter output. In addition, when over-current
flows in the inverter, the over-current protection unit operates. Therefore, do
not insert the condenser or the surge killer.
■ Radio Interference
As the inverter input/output (main circuit) contains high frequency components,
it may interfere operation of communication devices (e.g, AM radio) near the
inverter. Installation of a noise filter may reduce the interference. In addition,
it is also effective to use metal-pipe for wiring between the inverter and the
motor and for wiring on the power source and ground the metal-pipe.
■ Wire Size and Wiring Distance
When the wiring distance between the inverter and the motor is long
(especially, for low-frequency output), the motor torque is reduced by voltage
drop of the cable. Use the wire of proper thickness. In addition, if the wiring
distance is long and the inverter carrier frequency is high, the high frequency
leakage current of the cable increases and may adversely affect the inverter
body or peripheral devices. Reduce the carrier frequency.
When installing the digital operator separately from the inverter body, use the
digital operator for remote operation and the dedicated remote interface and
connection cable (optional).
For remote operation by analog signals, wire the control line between the
operation signal and the inverter less than 30m or less, separately from the
power circuit (main circuit and relay sequence circuit) so that the analog
signals might not be induced by peripheral devices. When setting frequency
not with the digital operator but with an external frequency setting device, use
the shielded twisted pair wire, and do not connect the shield to the earth but
to Terminal E as shown in the following figure.
E
2kΩ
8
0 +10V
2kΩ
4 20mA
E
9
10
11
Shielded Coated Wire
Connection Terminal
Power for Speed Setting
+12V 20mA
Main Speed Voltage
Command
0 10V(20㏀ )
Main Speed Voltage
Command
0V
4 2 0mA(250Ω )
Shielded Twisted
Pair Wire
Figure 2.20 Analog Input Wiring (for 0.4 ~ 7.5 kw)
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Chapter 3 Test Run
Chapter 3
Test Run
3.1 Pre-Operational Inspection.............................3-2
3.2 Test Run............................................................3-3
3-1
Chapter 3 Test Run
3.1 Pre-operational Inspection
☞ Prior to test run, remove the coupling or belt that
connects the motor and the machine so that the motor
!
Caution
can operate independently, for safety.
☞ When operating the motor in direct connection with the
machine, take all necessary precautions to prevent
dangerous situations.
※ After finishing installation and wiring, check the following matters.
☞ Is wiring OK?
Isn't the power connected to (U), (V), (W) terminal?
☞ Isn't the wire short-circuited due to the debris of
wires?
☞ Doesn't the terminal bolt get loose? Is wiring well
!
Caution
handled?
☞ Is the load status OK?
☞ Is the wiring short-circuited?
☞ Is the operation command entered?
When
the
forward
or
reverse
run
command
is
entered for operation mode from the control circuit
terminal, the motor automatically starts after the
main circuit power-up. Supply power to the inverter
after confirming that the run command has not yet
been entered.
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Chapter 3 Test Run
3.2 Test Run
☞
☞
You can operate FARA MOSCON-E5 in two ways, one is operate it with the digital
operator and the other is operate with the control terminal block.
This refers to operation with the digital operator, by manipulating RUN (run
command) key and others of the digital operator. As operator mode is default, it is
possible to start operating only with the main circuit wiring. For detailed information
about operation methods, see Chapter 4, "How to Use the Operator"
FARA MOSCON E5
Power
Supply
~
(R)
(U)
(S)
(V)
(T)
(W)
Motor
Figure 3.1 Operation with Digital Operator (Factory Setting)
☞
This refers to operation with the frequency setting device and the operation switch
connected to the control circuit terminal. For operation with the model equipped with
the digital operator from the control circuit terminal, change the operation mode to
[Operation from the Control Circuit Terminal] mode (F-05=3).
FARA MOSCON E5
Power
Supply
(R)
(S)
~
(T)
Forward Run/Stop
1
Reverse Run/Stop
2
(U)
Motor
(V)
(W)
6
External Frequency Command 2 kΩ
2 kΩ
8
0~10V
4~20mA
9
10
11
Figure 3.2
Operation with Control Terminal Block (for 0.4kW ~ 7.5kW)
3-3
Chapter 3 Test Run
FARA MOSCON E5
Power
Supply
(R)
~
(S)
(U)
(V)
(T)
(W)
Forward Run/Stop
1
Reverse Run/Stop
2
Motor
11
2 kΩ
External Frequency Command
12
0~10V
2 kΩ
4~20mA
13
15
16
Figure 3.3
Operation with the Control Terminal Block
(for 11kW ~ 45kW)
☞ To run the inverter with the control terminal block (forward/reverse rotation
commands), set Constant F-05 as 2 or 3.
☞ To set the operation frequency with the analog command to the control
terminal block, set Constant F-05 as 1 or 3.
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Chapter 3 Test Run
Power Supply
Operation with Digital Operator
(Standard Setting)
Operation with Control Circuit
Terminal Input
. Commands from the control circuit terminal
are received with the following manipulation.
. Operation with the digital operator is
the factory setting.
Oper
a-tio
n
Meth
-od
Selec
tion
SET
・Press
display F-??,
. Push
press
SET
▽
keypad , find F-05,
key and
. Set 03 from the keypad
▷
. Press SET key on the digital
operator, to display F-??,
. Set F-01 from keypad △
and press SET key,
Oper . Select the frequency value with
which you want to operator the
ation
inverter, from keypad
▷ ,
. Press
. Press
SET
RUN
△
▽
・Press
RST
and then press
△
▽
SET
key.
. Turn the frequency setting device knob
to the leftmost end.
. Turn on the forward or reverse
operation signal.
, . Turn the frequency setting device knob
gradually to the rightmost end.
▽
key, and
key.
. Turn the frequency setting device knob
gradually to the leftmost end.
. Turn off the forward or reverse run
signal.
STOP
Stop
△
key on the digital operator to
key.
☞ For more details about the operation with the digital operator, see Chapter
4, How to Use the Operator.
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Chapter 3 Test Run
☞ Check Points for Operation
The following section describes check points for operation. If there is any
problem, check the wiring and the load condition.
- Does the motor rotate smoothly?
- Does the motor rotate in a correct direction?
- Is there any strange vibration or noise in the motor?
- Is acceleration/deceleration smooth?
- Is the current proper for the load?
- Is the status indication LED or the digital operator indicator OK?
!
Caution
☞ If the forward run signal and the reverse run signal are ON at the
same time, the motor does not operate. And also If they are turned
on simultaneously during operation, EF is indicated and the motor
stops according to the value set to Constant F-51. (Deceleration
stop is factory setting.)
☞ When the output frequency goes down to 1.5Hz (factory setting)
during deceleration, the DC brake operates for 0.5 second (factory
setting). Metal noise generated from the motor at this time is not
an abnormal sound. See Section 6.15, DC Brake.
☞ When the motor stops by Free Run because of a fault occurred
during acceleration or deceleration, first confirm that the motor
completely stops. Then, check the following items:
1) Isn't the load too large?
2) Isn't the acceleration/deceleration time too short for the load?
☞ For the sequence that runs and stops the motor by the magnetic
contactor for main circuit power, set the repetition time (the
inverter current supply interval) as one hour or more.
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Chapter 4
How to Use the Digital Operator
4.1 Description of Display / Control Panel of Digital
Operator..................................................................... 4-2
4.2 Main Functions................................................... 4-3
4.2.1 Monitoring.................................................... 4-3
4.2.2 Programming................................................ 4-4
4.2.3 Error Indication............................................. 4-4
4.3 How to Set User Constants.............................. 4-5
4.3.1 Reference to User Constants.........................4-5
4.3.2 Modification of User Constant Setting........... 4-6
4.3.3 Example Manipulation for Operation.............. 4-7
4.3.4 Precautions for Constant Setting................... 4-8
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4.1 Description of Display / Control Panel of
Digital Operator
Display
RUN : Turns on when 『RUN』 key is
pressed.
FWD : Lightened during forward rotation
Displays the monitor values
like frequency or output
current and all function set.
Constant Selection and
Read/Write
SET: Displays or
confirms of each
constant setting.
RUN: Run Command,
Operation command
key for operate with
the digital operator.
RUN
FWD
Digit Selection(Shift) Key
RUN
STOP: Stop Command
RST : Operates as the
reset key upon
error.
STOP
RST
△
SET
▽
▷
Select the figure of
set value to be
changed.
Selected digit blinks.
When you select a
key The constant
number changed by
the unit of 10 when
it displayed.
Changes the setting or constant
values.
△ : Increase
∇ : Decrease
Figure 4.1 Display/Control Panel of Digital Operator
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4.2 Main Functions
☞ The digital operator has the following functions:
▶ Monitoring
▶ Programming
▶ Error Indication
These functions are described in the following section.
4.2.1 Monitoring
This function allows monitoring the operating frequency, output current and input terminal
status.
☞ Relevant Constant: F-00
☞ Upon power up, the output frequency is set to F-00.
SET
Output Frequency
△
△
Output Current
△
▽
RPM Indication
▽
▽
▽
Output Current Limit
Output Voltage
△
△
▽
▽
△
Output Terminal Block Status
DC Voltage
▽
▽
Input Terminal Block Status
△
△
Figure 4.2 Monitoring of Operating Inverter
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☞ The input terminal status display indicates following information:.
Indicates the status of Terminal No. 1.
Indicates the status of Terminal No. 2.
Indicates the status of Terminal No. 3
Indicates the status of Terminal No. 4
Indicates the status of Terminal No. 5
Indicates the status of Terminal No. 6
Indicates the status of Terminal No. 7 (Over 11kW)
Indicates the status of Terminal No. 8 (Over 11kW)
☞ When there is input to a terminal, the corresponding terminal LED lights on.
4.2.2 Programming
This function allows to change the settings of user constants to set all functions of
FARA MOSCON-E5, by the digital operator.
Capacity
0.4kW ~ 45kW
User Constant
F-01 ~ F-95
Remarks
Some constants are applicable only to
the capacity over 11kW.
☞ Default setting allows referring/setting F-01 ~ F-10 only.
To refer/set the constant over F-10, set data cycle selection F-10 as shown in
the following.
F-10 Setting
Constant
reference/data
cycle selection
Constant Indication Range
000
F-00 ~ F-10
001
F-00 ~ F-30
002
F-00 ~ F-85
003
F-00 ~ F-95
Remarks
Default Set
4.2.3 Error Indication
☞ When an error occurs, the digital operator displays the error information.
☞ The digital operator stores the information about two latest errors. (Relevant
Constants: F-82 and F-83)
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Chapter 4 How to Use the Digital Operator
4.3 How to Set User Constants
4.3.1 Reference to User Constants
Capacity
0.4kW ~ 45kW
Remarks
User Constant
F-01 ~ F-95
Some constants operate at the capacity over 11kW.
For these constants, SET KEY can not change the
internal settings or displayed values .
SET
Power-up
△
△
△
△
SET
SET
▽
▽
△
△
SET
Figure 4.3 Reference to User Constants
☞ When you powered up first time, the main speed frequency command, F-01,
is displayed.
☞ In this state, press "SET" key, and the operator displays "F-01".
Note 1) If you Press △ or ▽ key more than 0.5 second, The operator
in/decreases the displayed values automatically.
Note 2) Default constants range set by factory is from F-01 to F-10.
This range can be changed by the value of Constant F-10.
(See "6.1, Selecting Data Cycle and Resetting")
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4.3.2 Modification of User Constant Setting
This is an example for changing the acceleration time (F-02) from 10 to 5
seconds.
Manipulate other constants in the same manner.
Batch conversion of constants is not allowed.
Power-up
Key Manipulation
SET
△
The changed
constant number
is blinking
SET
Exit to the constant mode
Change the Function number.
Verify the constant value in the
change mode.
▷
Twice
▽
5 times.
SET
Save the changed constant value.
Displayed for one second.
SET
Exit to the constant mode.
Figure 4.4 Example of Constant Value Setting
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4.3.3 Example Manipulation for Operation
The following figure illustrates an example of the digital operator manipulation by operation patterns.
☞ Operation Patterns
②
①
Forward
Rotation
60Hz
⑥
③
④
Forward
Rotation
15Hz
Frequency
Setting
Powerup
⑤
Forward
Run
Stop
Frequency
Command
Value
Change
Reverse
Run
Reverse
Rotation
60Hz
☞ Example of Manipulation
Explanation
①
②
Key Manipulation
000.0
Power-up
. Indicate the frequency
command.
. Check the direction of
rotation (FWD at the
time of power-up).
Frequency Setting
▷
△
▷
△
③
. Operation
Manipulation
④
Frequency Command
Value Change
. Change the command
value to 60Hz.
Remarks
FWD LED ON
015.0
Press 5 times.
END
SET
. Change the frequency
command value.
Forward Run
Digital Operator
Indication
015.0
Setting is displayed
again.
RUN
Press 4 times.
▷
ON for one second
△
RUN LED ON
Press 5 times.
▷
△
060.0
END
SET
060.0
ON for one second.
Setting is displayed
again.
SET
△
⑤
Reverse Run
. Switch to the
reverse run. 60Hz.
F-01
Press 8 times.
F-09
SET
F
△
r
SET
▽
END
r
⑥
RUN LED OFF after
blinking
STOP
RST
Stop
FWD LED OFF
. Deceleration Stop
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4.3.4 Precautions for Constant Setting
☞ Set constants correctly!!
If the constants set incorrectly, Functions might not work or the protection
function might work.
☞ Record the changed constants!!
Recording the latest constants is effective for maintenance or early settlement of
troubles.
☞ Change the control constant in a small range!!
For motor control constants such as V/F or maximum output frequency, do not
change the constant settings at a time but change them little by little with
verifying the motor current or the load machine. Substantial change of settings at
a time may adversely affect the inverter or the machine.
※ Setting Error
The following is a constant setting error, for which the set value blinks for 3
seconds and returns to the previous data. An example of the setting error is
given below.
Causes of Error
- A value beyond the allowable range is set.
- In setting V/F pattern, following condition is not satisfied.
Maximum Output Frequency at V/F Constant ≥Maximum Voltage Output
Frequency Setting > Intermediate Output Frequency ≥Minimum Voltage Output
Frequency.
- When Intermediate Output Frequency = Minimum Output Frequency is set, the
intermediate output frequency voltage is ignored.
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Chapter 5 List of User Constants
Chapter 5
List of User Constants
5-1
Chapter 5 List of User Constants
Table 5.1 List of User Constants
Gr.
ModificaUnit tion ability Remarks
in Running
Basic Drive Functions
No.
Description
Range
Default
Value
0
Operation Monitor
0~7
Output
Frequency
-
○
4-3
1
Current Valid Command Frequency
0.0~400
0.0
Hz
○
6-2
2
Acceleration Time 1
0.0~3000.0
10.0
sec
○
6-5
3
Deceleration Time 1
0.0~3000.0
10.0
sec
○
6-5
4
V/F Pattern
1~9
9
-
×
6-7
5
Selects operation method.
0~3
0
-
×
6-10
6
Set analog input gain.
0~250
100
%
○
6-13
7
Set analog input bias.
-100~100
0
%
○
6-13
8
Set analog output monitor gain.
0~250
100
%
○
6-37
-
○
6-14
-
×
6-15
6-16
9
10
Selects the direction of motor rotation.
F / r
Designates/resets the reference range/password.
0~3
F
0
Command Frequencies/ Acceleration/Deceleration Time
11
Multi-step Speed Command Frequency 1
0.0~400.0
0.0
Hz
○
12
Multi-step Speed Command Frequency 2
0.0~400.0
0.0
Hz
○
6-16
13
Multi-step Speed Command Frequency 3
0.0~400.0
0.0
Hz
○
6-16
14
Multi-step Speed Command Frequency 4
0.0~400.0
0.0
Hz
○
15
Multi-step Speed Command Frequency 5
0.0~400.0
0.0
Hz
○
6-16
6-16
16
Multi-step Speed Command Frequency 6
0.0~400.0
0.0
Hz
○
6-16
17
Multi-step Speed Command Frequency 7
0.0~400.0
0.0
Hz
○
6-16
18
Multi-step Speed Command Frequency 8
0.0~400.0
0.0
Hz
○
19
Jog Command Frequency
0.0~400.0
6.0
Hz
○
6-16
6-20
20
Frequency Matched Detection Level
0.0~400.0
0.0
Hz
×
6-35
21
Range(Width) for Frequency Matched
Detection
0.0~400.0
0.5
Hz
×
6-35
22
Output Frequency Inhibition Level 1
0.0~400.0
0.0
Hz
×
6-21
23
Output Frequency Inhibition Level 2
0.0~400.0
0.0
Hz
×
6-21
24
Output Frequency Inhibition Level 3
0.0~400.0
0.0
Hz
×
6-21
25
Range(Width) of Output Frequency Inhibition
0.0~20.0
0.5
Hz
×
6-21
26
Acceleration Time 2
0.0~3000.0
10.0
sec
○
6-5
27
Deceleration Time 2
0.0~3000.0
10.0
sec
○
6-5
28
Reserved
-
-
-
-
-
29
Reserved
-
-
-
-
-
30
Reserved
-
-
-
-
-
5-2
Chapter 5 List of User Constants
Gr.
No.
Description
Range
Default
Value
31
Maximum Output Frequency
0.0~400.0
60.0
Maximum Output Voltage (200V.)
1~250
200
Maximum Output Voltage (400V.)
2~500
400
33
Frequency for Maximum Voltage Point
0.0~400.0
34
Intermediate Output Frequency
32
ModificaUnit tion ability Remarks
in Running
V/F Patterns
Hz
×
6-7
V
×
6-7
60.0
Hz
×
0.0~400.0
3.0
Hz
×
6-7
6-7
1~250
15
V
×
6-7
2~500
30
0.0~400.0
1.5
Hz
×
6-7
1~35
10
V
×
6-7
2~70
20
6-23
6-24
6-24
6-25
6-25
6-25
6-25
6-27
6-27
38
Voltage for Intermediate Output
Frequency(200V.)
Voltage for Intermediate Output
Frequency(400V.)
Minimum Output Frequency
Voltage for Minimum Output
Frequency(200V.)
Voltage for Minimum Output
Frequency(400V.)
Reserved
-
-
-
-
39
40
Reserved
Reserved
-
-
-
-
41
Set the length of S-curve section.
0.0~1.5
0.2
sec
○
35
36
37
42
Selects the carrier frequency.
0~3
0
-
×
43
Set the retry count for fault occurrence.
0~10
0
Times
×
44
Set protection function.
000~111
000
-
×
45
Selects stall prevention function
000~111
000
-
○
46
Current for Triggering Stall Prevention
30~200
170
%
○
47
Deceleration Time for Stall Prevention
0.0~600.0
10.0
sec
○
48
Torque Boost Gain
0.0~9.9
1.0
-
×
49
Over-torque Detection Level
0~255
170
%
○
0:ON
6-14
Application functions
50
Sets reverse rotation inhibition
0 / 1
0
-
51
Stop method Selection
00 / 11
00
-
×
52
DC Braking Start Frequency
0.0~10.0
1.5
Hz
×
6-28
6-29
53
DC Braking Current for Stop
(in Proportion to Rated Current)
0~100
50
%
×
6-29
54
DC Braking Time for Stop
0.0~25.0
0.5
sec
×
6-29
55
DC Braking Current for Startup (in Proportion
to Rated Current) (For over 11kw only)
0~100
50
%
×
6-29
56
DC Braking Time for Startup
(For over 11kw only)
0.0~25.0
0.0
sec
×
6-29
57
Upper Limit for Frequency Setting
0.0~100
100
%
×
6-21
58
Lower Limit for Frequency Setting
0.0~99
0
%
×
6-21
59
Energy-saving Operation Gain
0~100
80
%
×
6-31
60
Energy-saving Operation Current
0.0~400.0
0.0
Hz
×
6-31
61
Speed Search Function
0/1
0
-
×
62
Speed Search Start Frequency
0.0~400.0
0.0
Hz
×
Under
development
Under
development
5-3
/1:OFF
Chapter 5 List of User Constants
Gr.
ModificaUnit tion ability Remarks
in Running
Application functions
I/O Terminal Functions
Monitoring
Device Settings
No.
Description
Range
Default
Value
63
Speed search deceleration time
0.1~10.0
2.0
Sec
×
Under de velopment
64
Speed Display(rpm) Format Setting
0~3999
0030
-
×
6-32
65
Hunting Prevention Gain
0~100
20
%-
×
6-32
66
Reserved
-
-
-
-
-
67
Reserved
-
-
-
-
-
68
Reserved
-
-
-
-
-
69
Reserved
-
-
-
-
-
70
Reserved
-
-
-
-
-
71
Multi-function Input Terminal 1 Function
0~12
0
-
×
6-33
72
Multi-function Input Terminal 2 Function
0~13
1
-
×
6-33
73
Multi-function Input Terminal 3 Function
0~13
2
-
×
6-33
74
Multi-function Input Terminal 4 Function
0~15
3
-
×
6-33
75
Multi-function Input Terminal 5 Function
0~15
4
-
×
6-33
76
Multi-function Input Terminal 6 Function
(For over 11kW only)
0~15
5
-
×
6-33
77
Multi-function Input Terminal 7 Function
(For over 11kW only)
0~15
6
-
×
6-33
78
Multi-function Output Terminal 1 Function
0~6
0
-
×
6-35
79
Multi-function Output Terminal 2 Function
0~6
1
-
×
6-35
80
Multi-function Analog Output Terminal
Function
0~4
0
-
○
6-37
81
Voltage/Current Command Selection
000~113
010
-
×
6-2
82
Fault History 1
-
-
-
-
6-37
83
Fault History 2
-
-
-
-
6-37
84
ROM Version No.
0.00~9.99
-
-
-
-
85
Power-up monitoring item
0~8
8
-
-
6-38
86
Inverter Power Capacity Selection
20P4~4045
-
-
×
6-39
87
Motor Power Capacity Selection
20P4~4045
(Note)
-
×
6-39
88
DC Voltage Detection Error Compensation
Level
-30~30
0
V
×
-
89
Motor Line Resistance
0.00~99.99
-
Ω
90
Motor Iron Loss
0.0~999.9
-
W
91
Rated Current of Motor
0.0~999.9
-
A
92
No-load Current of Motor
0.0~999.9
-
A
93
Motor Rated Slip (Speed Deviation)
0.0~400.0
-
Hz
94
Slip Compensation Gain
0~200
0
%
×
-
95
Device ID for Communication
1~255
1
-
○
-
5-4
Depending
on Motor
Capacity
(Caution)
×
-
Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
Chapter 6
Function and Constant Description
6.1 Rotation Speed Setting.....................................................6-2
6.2 Acceleration/Deceleration Time Setting......................... 6-5
6.3 V/F Pattern Selection.........................................................6-7
6.4 Operation Method Selection............................................6-10
6.5 3-wire Operation Mode.....................................................6-12
6.6 Analog Input Gain/Bias Setting......................................6-13
6.7 Rotating Direction Setting............................................... 6-14
6.8 Data cycle Selection and Initialization..........................6-15
6.9 Multi-step Speed Operation.............................................6-16
6.10 Jog Operation..................................................................6-20
6.11 Output Frequency Limiting........................................... 6-21
6.12 Smooth Start-up.............................................................. 6-23
6.13 Carrier Frequency Selection......................................... 6-24
6.14 Retry Count Setting upon Error Occurrence............ 6-24
6.15 Protection Function Setting.......................................... 6-25
6.16 Stall Prevention Function and Level Setting.............6-25
6.17 Torque Boost Gain Setting........................................... 6-27
6.18 Stopping Method Selection........................................... 6-28
6.19 DC Brake Apply.............................................................. 6-29
6.20 Energy-saving Operation............................................... 6-31
6.21 Speed(rpm) Display Format Setting............................ 6-32
6.22 Hunting Prevention Gain Setting................................. 6-32
6.23 Selecting Functions from Multi-function
Contact Input....................................................................6-33
6.24 Multi-function Output Terminal.....................................6-35
6.25 Multi-function Analog Monitor Output Setting.......... 6-37
6.26 Indication of Error History............................................ 6-37
6.27 Selecting Items to be Monitored at the time of
Power-up........................................................................... 6-38
6.28 Motor Capacity Setting.................................................. 6-39
6.29 Modifiable Constants During Operation..................... 6-39
6.30 Effective Constants for Reducing Mechanical
Vibration and Impact.......................................................6-41
6.31 Speed Up/Down Command........................................... 6-42
6-1
Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
6.1 Rotation Speed Setting
(a) When frequency command set by the digital operator:
☞ When the F-05 is set as 0 or 2, the frequency command is given through
the digital operator.
☞ Set the desired main speed frequency to Constant F-01, by the unit of 0.1Hz
from 0.0 to 400.0Hz.
☞ If 0 is set to F-01 at the time of power up, it is possible to set up to 60Hz.
☞ The F-01(Frequency Command) setting has following three restrictions. Any
setting incompatible with those restrictions are displayed on F-01.
1) It is impossible to set a value that exceeds the value of F-31 (Maximum
Output Frequency Setting Constant) value.
F-01 Setting ≤ F-31 Setting
The maximum output frequency has different value depending upon the
V/F pattern.
2) The F-01setting is restricted by the settings of F-57 (Upper Limit for
Output Frequency Setting) and F-58 (Lower Limit for Output Frequency
Setting).
F-58 Setting < F-01 Setting < F-57 Setting
3) The F-01 setting is restricted by the output inhibition frequency band
(F-22 ~ F-25).
Only this output is restricted, but setting is possible.
Output Inhibition Frequency Rage (F-25)
Internal Frequency
Command
Output Inhibition Frequency 1
(F-22)
Output Inhibition Frequency 2 (F-23)
Output Inhibition Frequency 3 (F-24)
Setup Frequency Command
Fig 6.1 Output inhibition Frequency
6-2
Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
(b) When setting the frequency command at the terminal block (analog
input):
Capacity
0.4kW ~ 7.5kW
11kW ~ 45kW
Analog Frequency Command
Control terminal block
No. 8~11
Control terminal block
No. 12~16
☞ When F-05 is set as 1 or 3, the frequency command is given through
terminal block.
☞ If the motor does not stop at the minimum volume or does not rotate with
the maximum output frequency (F-31 setting) at the maximum volume, adjust
analog input gain (F-06) and analog input bias (F-07).
(F-06 and F-07 are modifiable during operation.)
☞ For external frequency commands, it is possible to use voltage command or
current command.
Modify F-81 as shown in Table 7 to select the voltage command or current
command. (The default is set as the voltage command.)
Table 6.1 Function Setting of Analog Input Terminal
F-81 Settings
xx0
xx1
First Digit
xx2
xx3
x0x
Second Digit
x1x
0xx
Third Digit
1xx
Initial Setting
Description
Use the voltage command terminal (0 ~ 10V).
Use the current command terminal (4 ~ 20mA).
Voltage + Current (Impossible to exess the maximum
frequency)
Voltage - Current (Always larger than 0)
The terminal time constant is 0.2 second.
The terminal time constant is 0.1 second.
Use the terminal time constant.
Do not use the terminal time constant.
000
4th Figure
1st Figure
3rd Figure
2nd Figure
Fig 6.2 Operator Digit Location
As the initial setting of F-81 is 0, when the main speed frequency command is
given through an external terminal board, only the voltage command is valid at first.
☞ The same as F-01 setting, the frequency command by the analog voltage (current)
input is also restricted by the followings:
*Maximum Output Frequency (F-31),
*Upper and Lower Limits of the Set Frequency (F-57), and
*Frequency Band Inhibited to Be Set (F-22 ~ F-25).
6-3
Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
MC
FARA
MOSCON E5
(0.4 ~ 7.5kW)
Power
전원Supply
~
R
U
S
V
T
W
정회전
Forward운전/정지
Run/Stop
1
역회전
Reverse 운전/정지
Run/Stop
2
Motor
모터
IM
7
External
외부Frequency
주파수 지령
Command
2kΩ
2kΩ
8
Voltage
Input
전압입력
0V ~ +10V
9
11
전류입력
Current Input
(-)
(+)
4mA ~ 20mA
10
Figure 6.3 Operation and Frequency Command by Control Terminal Block
(for 0.4kW ~ 7.5kW)
MC
전원
Power
Supply
~
FARA
MOSCON E5
~ 7.5kW)
((0.4
11 ~
45 kW)
R
U
S
V
T
W
정회전 운전/정지
Forward
Run/Stop
1
역회전 Run/Stop
운전/정지
Reverse
2
모터
Motor
IM
7
External
Frequency
외부 주파수
지령
Command
2kΩ
2kΩ
8
12
Voltage
Input
전압입력
0V ~ +10V
9
13
11
16
Current전류입력
Input (-)
(+)
4mA ~ 20mA
10
15
Figure 6.4 Operation and Frequency Command by Control Terminal Block
(for 11 kW ~ 45kW)
6-4
Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
6.2 Acceleration/Deceleration Time Setting
☞
This constant allows the user to set the desired acceleration/deceleration time
by the unit of 0.1 second from 0.0 to 3000.0 seconds (by the unit of 1
second from 100 seconds).
☞
Acceleration time refers to the time to reach the maximum output frequency
(F-31 setting) from 0 Hz, while deceleration time means the time to
decelerate down to 0 Hz from the maximum output frequency.
Output Frequency
Maximum Output Frequency
(F-31 Setting)
Time
Acceleration Time
(F-02 Setting)
Deceleration Time
(F-03 Setting)
Figure 6.5 Meaning of Acceleration/Deceleration Time
☞ For setting the second acceleration/deceleration time, see Figure 6.6.
☞ It is possible to 2-step switching of acceleration/deceleration time, with the
multi-function contact input. Switching is allowed even during operation.
6-5
Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
2nd Acceleration/
Deceleration
Switch-over Input
Open
Close
Open
Maximum Output
Frequency
(F-31 Setting)
Time
2nd Acceleration Time
(F-26 Setting)
2nd Deceleration Time
(F-27 Setting)
1st Acceleration Time
(F-02 Setting)
1st Deceleration Time
(F-03 Setting)
Figure 6.6 Second Acceleration/Deceleration Time Setting
☞
To use the second acceleration/deceleration time setting function, set any one
of the following terminal as "2nd Acceleration/Deceleration Time Switch-over"
:Multi-function Input 1 ~ 5 (Control terminal block 2 ~ 6) for 0.4~7.5kW
Multi-function Input 1 ~ 7 (Control terminal block 2 ~ 8) for 11~45kW
☞
Specifically, set "8" as the setting for the terminal block to be used as the
second acceleration/deceleration switch-over input among the following
constants:
F-71 ~ F-75 for 0.4 ~ 7.5kW
F-71 ~ F-77 for 11~45kW
☞
As other functions may be lost while setting this function, select a terminal
block to be used for the second acceleration/deceleration switch-over
input and set the corresponding user constant with cautions.
6-6
Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
6.3 V/F Pattern Selection
There are eight fixed patterns and one adjustable pattern depending upon the motor
type, load characteristics and user environment.
☞ Set the pattern as follows according to the usage. For 400V, The voltage
doubled then the following.
Table 6.2 Types of V/F Pattern
Purpose
F-04 Setting
Specification and Features of V/F Pattern
General Purpose
1
60 Hz Saturation
2
Small Startup Torque
3
Large Startup Torque
4
Appropriate for square decreased torque
5
Appropriate for cubic decreased torque
6
Maximum Output Frequency 90 Hz
7
Maximum Output Frequency 120 Hz
8
Maximum Output Frequency 180 Hz
9
Possible to set any pattern
Startup Torque
Decreased Torque
(FAN/PUMP
Blowers)
Rated Output
Operation
(Machining Tool)
Adjustable Pattern
1. When selecting a V/F pattern, take the following
matters into consideration:
(1) Fit to the voltage-frequency characteristics of the
motor, in consideration to the load
characteristics.
(2) Fit to the maximum rotation speed of the motor.
2. Select the high startup torque only under the
!
Caution
following conditions. In general, This is not
necessary.
(1) Too long wiring distance
(2) Too big Voltage drop at startup time
(3) When insert the AC reactor to the input or
output terminal of the inverter
(4) When the inverter is running under the
maximum applicable motor capacity.
6-7
Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
Table 6.3
Use
Specification
V/F Pattern
F-04
V/F Pattern
V
200
General
Purpose
60Hz
Saturation
The voltage in ( ) is
for the inverter over
11kw capacity.
1
(9)
15(14)
10(8)
1.5
3
60Hz
V
200
High
Startup
Torque
Lower Startup
Touque
2
Higher Startup
Torque
3
The voltage in ( ) is
for the inverter over
11kw capacity.
Higher
Lower
23(21)
18(16)
13(11)
1.5 3
60Hz
V
200
Decreased
Torque
Square
Decrease
Cubic
Descrease
4
5
Square
Decrease
50
35
10
8
Cubic
Decrease
1.5
30
60Hz
V
200
Rated
Output
Operation
90Hz
6
15
10
2.2 4.5
60
90Hz
V
200
Rabed
Output
Operation
120Hz
7
35
18
3 6
6-8
60
120Hz
Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
Use
Specification
F-04
V/F Pattern
V
200
Rated
Output
Operation
180Hz
8
35
25
4.5
6
60
180Hz
F-32
F-35
Adjustable V/F Pattern
9
F-37
F-36
F-31
F-32
F-33
F-34
F-35
F-36
F-37
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
F-34
F-33
F-31
Highest Frequency
Maximum Frequency Voltage
Maximum Frequency
Intermediate Output Frequency
Intermediate Output Frequency Voltage
Minimum Output Frequency
Minimum Output Frequency Voltage
※ To change the maximum frequency (F-31), set F-04 as 9.
☞ When V in the V/F pattern is increased, the higher torque is generated. But, if
it is increased too much, the following side effects occur:
① Too much motor current flows.
② The motor heats or vibrates.
6-9
Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
6.4 Operation Method Selection
Table 6.4 Operating Method Selection
F-05 Setting
0
(Factory Setting)
1
2
☞
☞
☞
☞
☞
RUN
Key
of Digital Operator
Forward/Reverse Terminal
of Control terminal block
3
☞
Forward/Reverse
Operation Command
Operation Frequency Command
Setting of constant F-01 of the digital operator
Analog command of control terminal block
Setting of constant F-01 of the digital operator
Analog command of control terminal block
In all cases, "STOP/RST" key of the digital operator is available.
Therefore, if you press "STOP/RST" key during control terminal block operation, the
motor stops.
Regardless of the operation method selection, the multi-function input port control is
always available.
Therefore, it is possible to use such terminal block functions as "jogging" and "fault
reset" even during operation with the digital operator.
When the setting of F-05 is 0 or 1, it is possible to set the rotation direction of
F-09.
When the reverse rotation is inhibited (F-50=1), it is impossible to perform reverse
run.
When the reverse rotation is inhibited (F-50=1) and F-05=2 or 3, the reverse rotation
terminal function is ignored.
(As the reverse rotation signal input is ignored, there is no EF error indication even
when the forward run signal and the reverse run signal are received at the same
time.)
During operation only with the control terminal block without using the digital
operator,
an analog command or a frequency command selected among
commands of F-11 ~ F-19 is displayed on F-01 depending upon the inverter setting
F-50=1
Terminal Board
Forward Rotation
Terminal Board Reverse
Rotation
Forward
Forward
Reverse
Forward
Reverse
EF
EF Error Indication
Output Frequency
Fig 6.7 Terminal Operation Time Chart When the setting of F-50 is 1
6 - 10
Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
☞ The following flow chart shows the example of changing the default
setting 0 of F-05 to 3.
START
Main speed frequency is displayed.
SET
△
Press 4 times.
SET
△
Press 3 times.
SET
SET
▽
SET
Figure 6.8
Press 5 times.
Motor rotation frequency is displayed.
Example of Operating Method Selection
6 - 11
Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
6.5 3-wire Operation Mode
☞
For 3-wire operation, perform the following steps.
1. Set F-05 (Setting the operation method) as 2 or 3, so the
operation command is given through the terminal board.
2. Set multi-function contact inputs as to include “3-wire
Forward/Reverse Rotation Command”(Setting 13) and
“Reverse Rotation Command (Stop Command for 3-wire
Operation Mode)”(Setting 0), using the multi-function contact
input function setting.
3. Prepare the switch for 3-wire operation.
4. For example, set the function of a multi-function contact input as
shown in the following table, it is possible to perform 3-wire
operation using the circuit shown in Figure 6.28.
Control Terminal Board No.
Constant
Setting
Function Selection for
Multi-function Contact 1
2
F-71
0
Function Selection for
Multi-function Contact 7
8
F-77(F-75)
13
※ The value in ( ) is for the inverter lower 7.5kW capacity
CLOSE
OPEN
RUN
STOP
FWD/REV
CLOSE
OPEN or CLOSE
CLOSE OVER 50ms
OPEN
CLOSE
STOP signal must be on
before RUN signal
OPEN
CLOSE
OPEN
(Forward rotation)
(Reverse ratation)
MOTOR SPEED
OPERATE
STOP
FOWARD OPERATE
REVERSE OPERATE
Fig 6.9 3 Wire Time Chart
6 - 12
STOP
Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
Stop SW
(Contact b)
Stop SW
(Contact a)
1
Operation Command
("Closed" over 50ms.)
2
8
11
Figure 6.10
Stop Command
Forward Run with “Open”,
Reverse Run with “Close”
Sequence Input Common
3-wire Operation (For Over 11kw capacity)
6.6 Analog Input Gain/Bias Setting
Name
Pertinent Constants
Factory Setting
Frequency Command Gain
F-06
100
Frequency Command Bias
F-07
0
☞ You can freely set the output frequency size (gain/bias) for setting the
frequency (0 ~ 10V or 0 ~ 20mA).
(%)
F-31 x F-06
F-57 Upper Limit for
Output Frequency
100
F-31 x F-07
Frequency
0
10V
Setup(V)
(4mA)
(20mA)
Figure 6.11 Relation between Analog Input Voltage/Current and Frequency
(%)
100
The figure on the left-hand side shows
the factory setting. It is possible to
change the relation between analog
input and frequency by setting gain
and bias.
0
(4mA)
Frequency
10V
Setup(V)
(20mA)
Figure 6.12 Analog Input (factory setting)
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Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
(%)
(%)
Set F-06=200,
and F-07=0
100
Set F-06=0,
and F-07=100
100
0
10V
5V
10V
0
Frequency Setup(V)
Frequency Setup(V)
(a) use 0 ~ 5V
(b) 0V:100%, 10V: 0%
※(b) is available for ver 2.2 or later
Figure 6.13 Analog Input Setting Example
6.7 Rotating Direction Setting
☞ Set F-09, and you can change the direction of motor rotation.
☞ When the reverse operation inhibition is set (F-50 setting = 1), it is
impossible to perform the reverse operation.
Table 6.5 Direction of Rotating Motor
Setting
Operator
Display
Description
Forward Rotation (Counter-clockwise Direction : View from
the Motor Axis)
F
『FWD』LED
ON
r
Reverse Rotation (Clockwise Direction to the Motor Axis)
『FWD』LED
If the reverse operation inhibition is set to the inverter, "r"
OFF
is not displayed.
☞ The direction of forward and reverse rotation may vary with the inverter
wiring state.
☞ If the motor does not rotate as shown in the above table, interrupt the
inverter power and change wiring of any two of the inverter output terminals
U, V and W.
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Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
6.8 Data Cycle Selection and Initialization
☞ When F-10 is set to 110, all constants are reset to the factory setting. When
you use the inverter for the first time, you do not need to initialize.
The operator displays 000.0.
☞ When F-10 is set to 121 or 122, the operator restores the previous setting (000
~ 003).
☞ The values that can be set to F-10 and the range of constants available for
setting are listed below:
Table 6.6 Data cycle selection and reset
F-10 Setting
See
Constan
ts
Initializ
ation
Constan
t
Protecti
on
Protecti
on
Functio
n
Range of Constants
000
F-00 ~ F-10
001
F-00 ~ F-30
002
F-00 ~ F-85
003
F-00 ~ F-95
Remarks
Factory Setting
Set F-01 as the digital potentio-meter.
When digital commands are used with F-01,
(F-05=0 or 2), increase/decrease of the number directly
changes the frequency command.
01X
Non-applicable
110
F-00 ~ F-10
F-05=0, set as the digital operator operation mode.
Set 60Hz/220V V/F pattern (for domestic use)
111
F-00 ~ F-10
F-05=3, set as the terminal board operation mode.
Set 50Hz/230V V/F pattern (for European model).
121
Non-applicable
Constant modification (Factory setting) available.
122
Non-applicable
Constant Modification Inhibited: Selected in order to
prevent constants from being reset by mal-operation
after constant setting finished.
(It is possible to modify F-00 ~ F-03 and F-10.)
119
Non-applicable
Current Restriction Function Off (Not memorized
when the power is off)
120
Non-applicable
Current Restriction Function ON (Default)
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Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
6.9 Multi-step Speed Operation
FARA MOSCON-E5 allows continuous operation with freely changing up to
pre-setted 8 steps. For multi-step speed operation, set the inverter as follows and
give the speed command and operation command at the terminal block.
Setting the Control terminal
block Function
Multi-step Speed Setting
Multi-step Speed Command
At the multi-function input setting (F-71 ~ F-77),
set Multi-step Speed Commands 1 and 2 for 4-step
speed operation, and Multi-step Speed Commands 1, 2
and 3 for 8-step speed operation.
1 ~ 4-step Speed Setting: F-11 ~ F-14
5 ~ 8-step Speed Setting: F-15 ~ F-18
Give the command by turning ON/OFF Multi-step
Speed Commands 1 and 2 for 1 ~ 4-step Speed
Command, and Multi-step Speed Commands 1, 2 and
3.for 5 ~ 8-step Speed Command.
F-05 = 0: Give the operation command with "RUN"
and "STOP" keys on the digital operator.
Operation Command
F-05 = 2: Give the operation command with
'Forward/Reverse Run Command" in the Control
Terminal Block
☞ For the user constant setting, see Section 6.18 "Selecting Functions from
Multi-function Contact Input" and for the control circuit terminal block
configuration, see Table 2.5 and 2.6.
Table 6.7 Example of Control terminal block Setting for 4-step Speed Operation
User Constant Setting for
Control terminal block Setting
Result of Control terminal block Setting
by User Constant Setting
Constant
Setting
Control Terminal No.
F-71
0
1
Forward Run Command
F-74
3
2
Reverse Run Command
F-75
4
5
Multi-step Speed Command 1
-
-
6
Multi-step Speed Command 2
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Description
Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
Table 6.8 Example of Control terminal block Setting for 8-step Speed Operation
User Constant Setting for
Control terminal block Setting
Result of Control terminal block Setting
by User Constant Setting
Constant
Setting
Control Terminal No.
Description
F-71
0
1
Forward Run Command
F-75
3
2
Reverse Run Command
F-76
4
5
Multi-step Speed Command 1
F-77
5
6
Multi-step Speed Command 2
-
-
7
Multi-step Speed Command 3
※ When adding multi-step speed commands for 0.4 ~ 7.5kW capacity, 8-step speed
operation is possible by changing the terminal function.
☞ Speed setting for each speed step and the corresponding user constant setting
for the operation command are given in the following table.
Table 6.9 Multi-step Speed Setting
F-05 Setting
Multi-step
Speed
0
1
2
3
Step 1
F-11 Setting
Analog
Command
Frequency
F-11 Setting
Analog
Command
Frequency
Step 2
F-12 Setting
Step 3
F-13 Setting
Step 4
F-14 Setting
Step 5
F-15 Setting
Step 6
F-16 Setting
Step 7
F-17 Setting
Step 8
F-18 Setting
Jog Step
F-19 Setting (Selected by Jog Command)
The operation command depends on F-05 setting.
F-05 = 0 : Run/Stop by "RUN" or "STOP" command of the digital
operator.
F-05 = 2 : Run/Stop by the control terminal block
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☞ An example of 4-step speed operation is given below.
Table 6.10
Command
4-step Speed Command
Multi-step Speed
Command 2
Multi-step Speed
Command 1
Main Speed Frequency (Step 1)
0
0
Command Frequency 2 (Step 2)
0
1
Command Frequency 3 (Step 3)
1
0
Command Frequency 4 (Step 4)
1
1
Speed
※ 0 means "Open", and 1 "Closed".
Step 4
F-14
Step 3
F-13
Frequency Command
Step 1
F-11
Step 2
F-12
Time
Step 1
F-11
Step 2
F-12
Forward Run Command
Close
Reverse Run Command
Open
Multi-step Speed
Open
Step 3
F-13
Open
Step 4
F-14
Close
Close
Open
Close
Command 2
Multi-step Speed
Open
Close
Open
Close
Open
Close
Command 1
Figure 6.14 Example of 4-step Speed Operation
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Close
Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
☞ An example of 8-step speed operation is given below.
Table 6.11
Speed
8-step Speed Command
Command Multi-step Speed Multi-step Speed Multi-step Speed
Command 3
Command 2
Command 1
Jog
Command
Main Speed Frequency
0
0
0
0
Command Frequency 2
0
0
1
0
Command Frequency 3
0
1
0
0
Command Frequency 4
0
1
1
0
Command Frequency 5
1
0
0
0
Command Frequency 6
1
0
1
0
Command Frequency 7
1
1
0
0
Command Frequency 8
1
1
1
0
Jogging Frequency
X
X
X
1
※ 0 means "Open", and 1 "Closed". X is not pertinent.
Frequency Command
Command
Freq.8
Command
Freq.7
Command
Freq.6
Command
Freq.5
Command
Freq.4
Command
Freq.3
Command
Freq.2
Main
Speed
Freq.
Jogging
Frequency
Time
Forward Run
Command
Multi-step Speed
Command 1
Multi-step Speed
Command 2
Multi-step Speed
Command 3
Close
Open
Open
Open
Open
Close
Open
Open
Jogging
Command
Open
Open
Close
Open
Open
Close
Open
Close
Figure 6.15 Example of 8-step Speed Operation
※ The frequency of each step from Step 1 to Step 8 can be set freely by the user
(if it is not larger than F-31).
※ The jogging signal takes precedence over multi-step speed signals.
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Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
6.10 Jog Operation
☞ On receiving the jog operation command from the multi-function input terminals
Control terminal block 6 as the factory setting for 0.4kW ~ 7.5kW inverter
and Control terminal block 8 as the factory setting for 11kW ~ 45kW
inverter,
the inverter runs the motor with the value set to F-19 (6Hz as factory setting).
☞ It is possible to set the jog operation frequency by the unit of 0.1 Hz from 0.0
Hz up to 400.0 Hz.
The same as the frequency command, the jog operation frequency setting is also
limited by the maximum output frequency, upper and lower limits for output
frequency setting and output inhibition frequency band. In other words, F-19
setting is limited by
▶ Maximum Output Frequency (F-31),
▶ Upper (F-57 and Lower (F-58) Limits for output Frequency Setting and
▶ Inhibition Frequency Band (F-22 ~ F-25), and
the setting in compatible with the above restrictions is not received by the inverter.
☞ Upon receiving the jog operation command, the inverter immediately starts jog
operation regardless of the current operation status.
Output Frequency
Jogging Frequency
Terminal set for
Jogging Command
Open
Closed
Open
Forward
Closed
Reverse
Figure 6.16 Jog Operation
☞ If only the jogging signal is received without the run command (forward/reverse
rotation signal), the jogging operation is not permitted.
☞ If it is received when either the forward rotation signal or the reverse rotation
signal is recognized, however, the jogging operation is performed.
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Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
6.11 Output Frequency Limiting
6.11.1 Limit of Output Frequency Range
☞ Set the upper (F-57) and lower (F-58) limits for each output frequency as
the percentage to the maximum output frequency (F-31 setting).
☞ If the run command is entered when the lower limit is 0 or more, the motor
operates unconditionally at the lower limit until the frequency command
reaches the lower limit.
☞ Though the frequency command is set larger than F-57, and the output
frequency operates at the upper limit.
Internal Frequency Command
100%
F-57
F-58
Setup Frequency Command
0
F-31
Max. Output Frequency
Figure 6.17 Upper and Lower Limits for Output Frequency
6.11.2 Output Inhibition Frequency (Jump Function)
☞ Set the Output inhibit frequency band by modifying User Constants F-22 ~ F-25.
Constant
Description
F-22
Output Inhibition Frequency 1
F-23
Output Inhibition Frequency 2
F-24
Output Inhibition Frequency 3
F-25
Output Inhibition Frequency Band
☞ All frequency commands such as analog frequency command, main speed
frequency setting (F-01), jogging frequency setting (F-19) and multi-step
speed operation command frequency (F-11 ~ F-18) are all limited by the
setting of the output inhibition frequency.
☞ To run the motor avoiding resonance by unique vibration of the machine, it
is possible to jump the resonance-generating frequency. It is also applicable
to the blind zone control.
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Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
Output Inhibition Frequency
Band(F-25)
Internal Frequency
Command
Output Inhibition Frequency 1
(F-22)
Output Inhibition Frequency 2
(F-23)
Output Inhibition Frequency 3
(F-24)
Output Frequency Command
Figure 6.18 Banned Output Frequency Band
☞ Though the constant velocity operation within the jump width is inhibited,
output frequency does not jump during acceleration or deceleration but
accelerates or decelerates smoothly.
☞ The frequency command within the range of output frequency limit is displayed
on the digital operator, but the driving frequency is lower limit output frequency
of inhibition band.
☞ Output Inhibition Frequency 1 ~ 3 (F-22, F-23, F-24)
When the frequency is set to 0.0Hz, this function becomes invalid. The output
inhibition frequency shall be set as follows.
Output Inhibition Frequency 3 ≤ Output Inhibition Frequency 2 ≤ Output
Inhibition Frequency 1
☞ Output Inhibition Frequency Width (F-25)
When the frequency width is set to 0.0Hz, this function becomes invalid. The
range of output inhibition frequency width shall be set as follows.
F-22 ~ F-24 F-25 < Output Inhibition Frequency Width < F-22 ~ F-24 + F-25.
e.g.) When F-22 is set to 45Hz and F-25 to 2.0Hz, the inhibition frequency
width is 43 ~ 47Hz.
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Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
6.12 Smooth Start-up
To prevent a shock when the machine starts up or stops, it is possible to accelerate or
decelerate the motor in S-curve pattern.
Table 6.12 Characteristic Time Setting for S-curve Pattern
No.
Range of Setting
Unit
F-41
0.0 ~ 1.5
sec
Description
Default
- Set the S-curve characteristic time.
- Setting 0 makes S-curve operation disable.
0.2
☞ Even though an analog command or acceleration/deceleration time is set, the
S-curve operation is valid.
☞ Characteristic time of S-curve pattern means the time for reaching from
0-acceleration rate up to the regular acceleration rate decided by the set
acceleration time.
☞ Actual acceleration/deceleration time becomes the set value adding F-41 to the
acceleration/deceleration time (acceleration time +F-41).
F-41 Setting
Frequency Command
Output Frequency
F-41 Setting
Figure 6.19 Acceleration/Deceleration Operation by S-curve Pattern
☞ The following figure shows the time-chart for switching between forward rotation
and reverse rotation at the time of deceleration stop.
Forward Run Command
Reverse Run Command
Deceleration
Minimum Output
Frequency(F-36)
Acceleration
DC Brake Time for
Stopping(F-54)
Output Frequency
Vertical Line
S-characteristics region
Deceleration
Acceleration
Figure 6.20 Forward/Reverse Operation by S-curve Pattern
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Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
6.13 Carrier Frequency Selection
☞ The user constant for changing the carrier frequency is F-42. It is impossible to
modify the setting of this constant during operation.
☞ By changing the carrier frequency, it is possible to reduce of radio noises or
leakage current without damaging high torque performance.
Table 6.13 Carrier Frequency Setting
Setting of F-42
Carrier Frequency Motor Metal Noises
0
16 kHz
Not heard
1
8 kHz
2
4 kHz
Relatively high
3
1 kHz
☞ If the carrier frequency is set low, the amount of radiation noise or the inverter
temperature rise is reduced but metal noises may be generated in the motor.
Thus, select the carrier frequency in consideration to the surrounding
environment.
☞ If the wiring distance between the inverter and the motor is long, it is
necessary to reduce the carrier frequency. For detailed information, see
"Cautions" on Page 34.
6.14 Retry Count Setting upon Error Occurrence.
☞ When an error occurs in the inverter during operation, the inverter
automatically restarts after self-diagnosis.
☞ Set the automatic release and retry count upon error occurrence, by
adjusting the setting of User Constant F-43 (up to 10 times can be set).
☞ Errors that automatically restart are given below:
- OC (Over-current Protection), OL2 (Motor Overload) and OV
(Over-voltage Protection)
☞ When the count of an error > the setting of F-43, the inverter indicates the
error and stops the output.
To restart the inverter, reset the inverter by pressing [RST] key. In case the
frequency command is entered through the terminal board, it is possible to
reset the inverter using "Error Reset" Input signal
☞ The retry count for error occurrence is cleared to 0 in the following cases:
- When the error reset input signal (RST key in the digital operator) is
turned on after the error occurs.
- When the power is turned off
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Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
6.15 Protection Function Setting
☞ It is possible to enable or disable such protection functions as oL1 (motor
protection), oL2 (inverter protection) and uV(under-voltage) to User Constant F-44.
Table 6.14 Protecting Function Setting
F-44 Setting
No. of Figures
1st Figure
2nd Figure
3rd Figure
0
1
(Enable)
(Disable)
uV
(Under-Voltage)
oL2 (Inverter Protection)
oL1 (Motor Protection)
☞ The right part of the digital operator is the first figure.
☞ Output current to the motor is detected by the electronic thermal relay built
in the inverter, to protect the dedicated inverter motor or the standard motor
from overload. If multiple motors are connected to one single inverter, insert
the thermal relays to each motor. To insert the thermal relay, it is necessary
to reduce the carrier frequency depending upon the wiring distance between
the inverter and the motor.
For detailed information, see 2.4.5, "Cautions"
6.16
Stall Prevention Function and Level Setting
☞ It is possible to keep run the motor without stalling it (loosing the motor
speed), by automatically adjusting the output frequency depending on the
load status.
☞ When the motor load is large or the acceleration/deceleration time is short,
the acceleration/deceleration time may be lengthened due to the stall
prevention function.
☞ By adjusting the F-45 ~ F-47 setting, it is possible to select the stall prevent
activation and level setting during acceleration, deceleration.
Table 6.15 How to Set Stall Prevention Function Activation (F-45 Setting)
F-45 Setting
Function
xx0
Stall Prevention during Acceleration
1st Figure
xx1
No Stall Prevention during Acceleration
x0x
Stall Prevention during Deceleration
2nd Figure
x1x
No Stall Prevention during Deceleration
Stall Prevention during Operation
0xx
3rd Figure
No Stall Prevention during Operation
1xx
000
Initial Setting
☞ Set to F-46 the reference current (operation start level) for stall prevention
during acceleration, deceleration and operation.
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Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
☞ If the current flowing in the motor exceeds the setting of F-46 because of
impact load during acceleration or operation, that is,
Current Flowing to the Motor 〉Rated Current of the Inverter ×(F-46 Setting) ÷100
the output frequency does not increase during acceleration and decreases
during the rated speed operation.
☞ If the motor current falls below the working level, the motor re-accelerates
to reach the set frequency.
☞ If the stall prevention works during decelerated operation (that is, if the
second figure of the F-45 setting is 0), that is, if the DC voltage exceeds
the reference value (that cannot be set by the user) during deceleration,
DC Voltage of the Inverter > Reference Value Preset in the Inverter
The deceleration rate decreases automatically in watching DC voltage.
☞ When connecting a brake resistor (brake unit), set the stall prevention during
deceleration as null.
F-46 (Level for Activating
Stall Prevention Activation)
Output Current
Command
Frequency
Output Frequency
Time
Figure 6.21 Stall Prevention during Acceleration
Decelerated by F-47
F-46 (Level for Activating
Stall Prevention Activation)
Output Current
Output Frequency
Time
Figure 6.22 Stall Prevention during Operation
Level for Activating Stall
Prevention during Deceleration
Level for Dectivating Stall
Prevention during Deceleration
(Users cannot set this level.)
Output Frequency
DC Link
Voltage
Time
Figure 6.23 Stall Prevention during Deceleration
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Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
6.17 Torque Boost Gain Setting
☞
FARA MOSCON-E5 has automatic torque boosting function for all areas,
which automatically adjusts the output voltage of the inverter depending on
the required torque. This allows the tripless operation, and has an excellent
effect of energy saving.
If the motor torque seems to be insufficient as the wiring distance between
the motor and the inverter is too long (about 100m), gradually increase the
torque compensation gain with checking the motor current. Ordinarily, there is
no need to adjust this value.
☞
In general, it is rarely necessary to adjust this constant. If this constant is
set as 1.0, such characteristic values as no-load current, rated current, slip
frequency and maximum torque are almost the same in all operation areas
regardless of the operation area.
☞
As increase of torque boost gain increases the torque characteristics but also
causes the motor to be overheated, take necessary care in changing the value.
☞
Even the machines of the same type may have different torques depending
on the load conditions.
☞
Not only for rated speed operation but also for acceleration, E5 automatically
adjusts the output voltage.
Output Voltage ∝ Torque Boost Gain × Required Torque
☞
It is possible to adjust the amount of increase/decrease of the proportion of
V/F to the load torque, by setting F-48.
Voltage
(V)
Torque is required.
--> Increase voltage.
Frequency (F)
Figure 6.24 Auto-revision of Torque Boost Gain
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Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
6.18 Stopping Method Selection
☞ When the stop command is entered by modifying the F-51 setting, it is possible to
select whether to stop by deceleration or by Free Run.
Table 6.16 Stopping method Selection
F-51 Setting
1st Figure
Description
x0
Stop by Deceleration
x1
Stop by Free Run
0x
DC voltage is not generated when the
frequency command during operation is lower
than the minimum frequency.
1x
DC voltage is generated when the frequency
command during operation is lower than the
minimum frequency.
2nd Figure
Default
00
4th Figure
1st Figure
3rd Figure
Figure 6.25
2nd Figure
Number of Digits in Digital Operator
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Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
6.19 DC Brake Apply
6.19.1 DC Brake Function at Stop
☞ Applying DC current to the motor when the braking is completed can
prevent overrun of the motor.
☞ When the output frequency reaches F-52 setting at the time of deceleration,
apply DC current set to F-53 to the motor as long as the time (sec) set to
F-54.
☞ The factory setting is to apply 50% of the rated current at 1.5Hz for
0.5second at the time of deceleration.
Output Frequency
F-52 Setting
Time
DC Current
F-53 Setting
Time
F-54 Setting
Figure 6.26 DC Brake at Deceleration
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Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
6.19.2 DC Brake Function at Startp-up
☞ Though the direction of rotation is uncertain, the motor can run without causing
any trips during Free Run operation. When the run command is entered, if F-55
is 0 or more, the inverter stops the motor by applying DC brake only for the
time specified in F-56 and then starts running the motor.
☞ The acceleration start frequency after DC brake starts from the value set to
F-36, the minimum output frequency.
F-55: DC Brake Current at Start-up (50% at the time of delivery from the
factory)
F-55: DC Brake Time at Start-up (0 second at the time of delivery from the
factory)
☞ If either one is set to 0, DC brake at the time of start-up is invalid.
☞ 100% of DC Brake Current = Rated Current of the Inverter
It is set to 50% at the time of delivery from the factory.
Output Frequency
Setting of F-36
Time
DC Current
Setting of F-55
Time
Setting of F-56
Figure 6.27 DC Brake at Start-up
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Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
6.20 Energy-saving Operation
☞
When only a small amount of output is needed after acceleration is
completed, it is possible to save energy by reducing the output voltage.
☞
To perform energy-saving operation, carry out the following steps.
1. Set the function of one multi-function contact as "Energy-saving Operation"
(Setting 10).
2. Set "Energy-saving Operation Frequency" to F-60. But, the energy-saving
operation frequency" has to have a value smaller than the that of the command
frequency.
3. Set "Energy-saving Gain" to F-59. If it is set as 100%, ordinary operation is
performed (energy-saving operation becomes null).
☞ If energy-saving operation is selected, the inverter reduces the output voltage
when the specified time passes after the output frequency reaches the
command speed over the energy-saving operation start frequency.
☞ Output frequency during energy-saving operation is decided as follows:
Operation Command
Energy-saving Operation
Command
Output Frequency
Output Voltage
Output Voltage based on V/F Pattern ×F-59 Setting / 100 [V]
Figure 6.28 Energy-saving Operation
☞
Output voltage is attenuated or recovered at the voltage recovery time set
within the inverter.
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Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
6.21 Speed(rpm) Display Format Setting
☞
You can change rpm display format, one of the F-00 monitoring items, by
F-64 setting
Table 6.17 Speed(rpm) Display Format Setting
F-64 Setting
First Digit ~
Third Digit
x030
Description
Multifly factor to output frequency
ex) Output Frequency × 30 = rpm display
Decimal point location in rpm display
Fourth Digit
1xxx
ex)If fourth digit is "1" and current rpm display is
1700, Operator display is 170.0
Default value
0030
6.22 Hunting Prevention Gain Setting
☞
Current wave amplitude is changing or mechanical vibration is occured In
10 ~ 30Hz Frequency under light load.
☞
Adjust Hunting prevention gain by the unit of 1, next table is described on
Hunting Prevention Gain Setting
Table 6.18 Hunting Prevention Gain Setting
Drive Situation
The value of F-65
Motor hunting under light load
Increase the value
Mechanical vibration or motor hunting under
heavy load
Decrease the value
Default value
020
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Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
6.23 Selecting Functions from
Multi-function Contact Input
Set the functions of multi-function contact input terminals in the control terminal
block to Constants
F-71 ~ P77.
☞ There are 5 multi-function contact input terminals in the inverter below
7.5kW capacity and 7 in the inverter over 11kW capacity.
Table 6.19 Selecting Functions of Multi-functional Contact Input
Control terminal block No.
Name
0.4~7.5kW
Multi-function
Multi-function
Multi-function
Multi-function
Multi-function
Multi-function
Multi-function
Contact
Contact
Contact
Contact
Contact
Contact
Contact
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Table 6.20
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
11~45kW
2
3
4
5
6
-
7
8
Set Constant
0.4~7.5kW
11~45kW
F-71
F-72
F-73
F-74
F-75
F-76
F-77
F-71 ~ F-77 Set Constants and Functions
Setting
Description
Remarks
0
Reverse Run Command
(Stop Command for 3-Wire Sequence Mode)
F-71 Default Setting
1
2
3
External Fault Input
Fault Reset
Multi-step Speed Command 1
F-72 Default Setting
F-73 Default Setting
F-74 Default Setting
Multi-step Speed Command 2
4
F-75 Default Setting
Jogging Command
5
Multi-step Speed Command 3
F-76 Default Setting
6
Jogging Command
F-77 Default Setting
7
External Base Block
8
Acceleration/Deceleration Time Switch-over
to Secondary Set
Reference
Only for over
11kW capacity
Only for lower
7.5kW capacity
Only for over
11kW capacity
Only for over
11kW capacity
9
Analog Frequency Command Switch-over to Current Input
10
Enter Energy-saving Operation
11
Speed Search Mode 1
Under-developement
12
Speed Search Mode 2
Under-developement
13
Forward/Reverse Run Command for 3-Wire
Sequence Mode
14
Speed Up Command
Setting available at
F-74~77
Page 6-42
15
Speed Down Command
//
//
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Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
☞
When "Forward/Reverse Run Command for 3-Wire Sequence Mode"
function is selected, Control terminal block 1 acts as Run command and the
terminal to which 0 is set acts as Stop command. Therefore, if "3-wire Mode
Forward/Reverse Operation Command" is selected for a terminal, "0" must be
set to another terminal. (See, "3-wire Operation Mode" page 6-12.)
☞ "External Fault Input" function is used only to stop the inverter upon
peripheral device failure or when an external alarm occurs. When a signal is
received by the terminal to which "External Fault" is set, the digital
operator blinks "EE" and the motor stops by "Free-Run". Even after the
input signal disappears, this state is kept. To restart the motor, press "RST"
key when the operation command is given through the digital operator or
perform "Fault Reset" when the operation command is given through the
terminal block.
☞ "Fault Reset" is used to restart the motor that has stopped due to an
external "Fault". In order for "Fault Reset" signal to be received during
operation with the terminal block, the operation command shall not be
received by the terminal block. In other words, when the forward or reverse
operation command is entered to the terminal block, applying "Fault Reset"
signal does not reset the inverter.
☞ When the external base block signal is entered to the terminal block to
which "External Base Block" function is selected, the digital operator
blinks "BB" and the inverter output is interrupted. If being operating, the
motor stops by "Free-Run". When the signal disappears, the motor restarts
immediately with the frequency set prior to the base block.
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Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
6.24 Multi-function Output Terminal
It is possible to set the functions of Multi-function Output Terminal 1 (Control
Terminal Block A1, B1 and C1) and Multi-function Output Terminal 2 (Control
Terminal Bblock A2, B2 and C2), by changing the settings of User Constant F-78 and
F-79.
Table 6.21 Function Setting of Multi-functional Output Terminals
Item
No.
Multi-function
Output Terminal
1
(Multi-functin
Output Terminal
2)
Setting
0
Fault Detected. (Preseted on F-78 as default)
1
In Running. (Preseted on F-79 as default)
2
Over-frequency Detected.
Output Frequency > Detection Level (F-20)
3
Under-frequency Detected.
Output Frequency < Detection Level (F-20)
F-78
(F-79)
Function
4
preset
Frequency-match Detected (Output frequency with the
preseted frequency)
Output frequency = Detection Level(F-20) ±Range(F-21)
Frequency-match Detected (Output frequency with the
5
command preseted frequency)
Output frequency = Detection Level(F-01) ±Range(F-21)
6
Over-Torque detected
Output Current > Over-torque Detection Level (F-49xF-91)
☞ When the function of one of multi-function output terminals is set as
"Over-frequency Detected(setting 2)", set the preseted frequency to F-20. If
the output frequency exceeds the F-20 setting, the multi-function contact
output set as "Over-frequency Detected" turns on.
If "Under-frequency Detected" (Setting 3), the multi-function contact output
turns on when the output frequency lacks the F-20 setting.
Output Frequency
F-20 Setting
Multi-function contact output
set to detect over-frequency
OFF
ON
Multi-function contact output set
to detect under-frequency
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
Figure 6.29 Detection of Over-frequency and Under-frequency
☞ When the function of one of multi-function output terminals is set as
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Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
"Frequency-match Detected" (Setting 4), set the width of detection of
preseted frequency matching to F-21. If the output frequency falls within the
width of F-21 centering on the F-20 setting, the multi-function contact output
set as "Frequency-match Detected" turns on.
F-21
(Width of Presetted Frequence Detection)
F-20
(Presetted Frequency)
Output Frequency
OFF ON OFF ON
Multi-function contact output set to
detect the frequency matched with
the reference frequency.
Figure 6.30 Detection matched with Preset Frequency
☞ When the function of one of multi-function output terminals is set as
"Frequency-match 2 Detected" (Setting 5), the width for detecting the
frequency matching set to F-21 is applied.
F-21
(Width for detecting the
frequency matching)
F-01
(Command
Frequency)
Output
Frequency
Multi-function contact output
set to detect the frequency
matched with the command
frequency.
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
Figure 6.31 Detection of Frequency matched with Command Frequency
☞ When setting any one of multifunction output terminals as "Over-torque
Deteced Level" (Setting 6), set the over-torque level to F-49. When the
output current exceeds the setting of F-49x F-91, the multifunction contact
output set as "Over-torque Deteced Level" turns on.
Output Current
Setting of F-49 x
F-91
Multifunction Contact Output Set OFF
ON
OFF
as Over-torque Detection Level
Figure 6.32 Over-torque Level excess Detection
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Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
6.25 Multi-function Analog Monitor Output
Setting
☞
☞
Constant F-80 sets the analog monitor output terminal functions.
Analog monitor output that can be set is stated in the following table.
Table 6.22 Functions of Multi-functional Analog Output Terminal
F-80 Setting
Analog Monitor Output
Unit
Remarks
0
Output Frequency
Hz
10V = Maximum Output Frequency
1
Output Current
Arms
10V = 200% of Rated Current
2
Output Voltage
Vrms
10V = Maximum Voltage
3
DC Link Voltage
Vdc
10V = 400V for 200V class or
800V for 400V class
4
Motor Rpm
with estimated slip
rpm
10V = Maximum Synchronous RPM
☞ It is possible to calibrate with F-08 the frequency meter or the
ammeter connected to the inverter, without installing the calibration
resistor.
☞
Adjust the analog monitor output voltage with the F-08 setting
as shown in the following formula.
Adjust the F-08 value to change the size of desired output.
 x
  F − 08 
Vout = 10 ×  out  × 

 x max   100 
: Offset Output Voltage [V]
Vout
: Maximum Value of the Monitored Parameter (See
xmax
Table 6.18.)
: Current Value of the Monitored Parameter
xout
☞
Analog monitor output voltage is saturated at 10V. Therefore, the
range of analog monitor output may be smaller than what is specified
in Table 6.20, according to the F-08 setting.
6.26 Indication of Error History
☞
F-82 (Error History 1) indicates the latest error.
☞
F-83 (Error History 2) indicates the error that occurred right before the
error indicated by
F-82.
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Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
6.27 Selecting Items to be Monitored at the
time of Power-up
☞ At the time of power-up to the inverter, the command frequency is displayed.
In order to monitor other values of F-00 than the command frequency at the time
of power-up, it is possible to set F-85 to display the corresponding values at the
time of power-up.
Table 6.23 List of Items Set should be monitored at powering-up
Setting of F-85
Items to Be Monitored
Remarks
0
Inverter Output Frequency
1
Inverter Output Current
Arms
2
Inverter Output Voltage
Basic Wave, Vrms
3
Inverter DC Charging Voltage
4
Input Terminal Board Status
-
5
Output Terminal Board Status
-
6
Over-torque Detection Level
7
Motor Rotation Speed
8
Current Frequency Command
6 - 38
Hz
Volt
Arms
rpm
Default, Hz
Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
6.28 Motor Capacity Setting
☞ Set the applicable motor capacity to
F-87.
☞ The setting of this constant is limited
by the inverter capacity. By all means,
△
▽
▽
△
▽
△
Inverter Capacity ≥ Motor Capacity
the above relation should be established.
☞ If the motor capacity exceeds the
inverter capacity, the inverter itself
automatically limits the motor capacity
not to exceed the inverter capacity.
Figure 6.29 Motor Capacity Setting
6.29 Modifiable Constants During Operation
Table 6.8 List of Modifiable Constants during Operation
No.
Function
Range
Default
Unit
F-00
Operation Monitor
0~8
Output
Frequency
-
F-01
Main Speed Frequency Command
000.0~400.0
0.0
Hz
F-02
Acceleration Time 1
0.0~3000.0
10.0
sec
F-03
Deceleration Time 1
0.0~3000.0
10.0
sec
F-06
Setting the Analog Input Gain
0~200
100
%
F-07
Setting the Analog Input Bias
-99~99
0
%
F-08
Setting the Analog Output Monitor Gain
80~130
0
%
F-09
Selecting the Direction of Motor Rotation
F/ r
F
-
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ence
Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
No.
Function
Range
Default
Unit
F-11
Multi-step Speed Command Frequency 1
0.0~400.0
0.0
Hz
F-12
Multi-step Speed Command Frequency 2
0.0~400.0
0.0
Hz
F-13
Multi-step Speed Command Frequency 3
0.0~400.0
0.0
Hz
F-14
Multi-step Speed Command Frequency 4
0.0~400.0
0.0
Hz
F-15
Multi-step Speed Command Frequency 5
0.0~400.0
0.0
Hz
F-16
Multi-step Speed Command Frequency 6
0.0~400.0
0.0
Hz
F-17
Multi-step Speed Command Frequency 7
0.0~400.0
0.0
Hz
F-18
Multi-step Speed Command Frequency 8
0.0~400.0
0.0
Hz
F-19
Jogging Command Frequency
0.0~400.0
6.0
Hz
F-20
Frequency Matched Detection Level
0.0~400.0
0.0
Hz
F-21
Range(Width) for Frequency Matched
Detection
0.0~400.0
0.5
Hz
F-22
Output Frequency Inhibition Level 1
0.0~400.0
0.0
Hz
F-23
Output Frequency Inhibition Level 2
0.0~400.0
0.0
Hz
F-24
Output Frequency Inhibition Level 3
0.0~400.0
0.0
Hz
F-25
Range(Width) of Output Frequency
Inhibition
0.0~20.0
0.5
Hz
F-26
Acceleration Time 2
0.0~3000.0
10.0
sec
F-27
Deceleration Time 2
0.0~3000.0
10.0
sec
F-41
Sets the length of S-curve section.
0.0~1.5
0.2
sec
F-45
Selects stall prevention function
000~111
000
-
F-46
Current for Triggering Stall Prevention
30~200
170
%
F-47
Deceleration Time for Stall Prevention
0.0~600.0
10.0
sec
F-49
Over-torque Detection Level
0~255
170
%
F-80
Multi-function Analog Output Terminal
Function
0 ~ 4
0
-
F-95
Device ID for Communication
1~255
1
-
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ence
Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
6.30 Effective Constants for Reducing Mechanical
Vibration and Impact
The following table lists the constants effective for reducing vibration and
impact.
Table 6.25 Effective Constants for Reducing Vibration and Impact
Possible Method
・Weakens the generated torque.
Related
Factory Set
Constants
Default
31~37
See Chapter 5
48
1.0
・Strengthens the generated
torque.
Adjustment
Reduce or increase the
V/F.
Weaken or strengthen the
torque boost.
Adjust the
41
・Weakens the shock at the
time of acceleration.
0.2s
2, 26
10.0s
46
170%
Impact
acceleration/deceleration
time of S-curve pattern.
Lengthen the deceleration
time.
Increase the stall
prevention level during
acceleration/deceleration.
51
00
Stop by free run mode.
Adjust the
41
・Weakens the shock at the
0.2s
3, 27
10.0s
36
1.5Hz
53
50%
42
0
time of deceleration.
Vibration ・Reduces
the carrier frequency.
6 - 41
acceleration/deceleration
time of S-curve pattern.
Lengthen the deceleration
time.
Reduce or increase the
minimum output frequency.
Reduce the DC brake
current.
Chapter 6 Function and Constant Description
6.31 Speed Up/Down Command
☞ This Command can be setted only at F-74 ~ 77 (available for ver 2.2 or later)
☞ When for/rev run command is on, acceleration/deceleration is available by
the speed up/down command
☞ Inverter accelerate to Max. output frequency. If frequency upper limit(F-57),
frequency lower limit(F-58) is used, output frequency is limited by F-57
and F-58
Table 6.26 Operation by Up/Down Signal.
Up command
Close
Open
Open
Close
Down command
Open
Close
Open
Close
situation
Acceleration
Deceleration
Hold
Hold
For Run
Close
Up Command
Close
Down Command
Output Frequency
Upper Limit
Output Frequency
Lower Limit
Output
frequency
D1
H
U
H
D
H
U
H
D
D1 H
U
U1 H
D
D1
H
U : Up(Acceleration) situation
D : Down(Deceleration) situation
H : Hold(fixed speed) situation
U1 : Aothough up situation, inverter stop acceleration at
upper limit for output frequency.
D1 : Aothough down situation, inverter stop deceleration at
lower limit for output frequency.
Note) 1.When the up/down function and jog command are both assigned
to multi-function inputs, an ON Jog command input has the
highest priority.
Fig 6.34 Timing Chart for Up/Down command
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Fault Indication and Actions
Chapter 7
Error Indication and Counter-Actions
7.1 Checking Causes of Errors....................................... 7-2
7.2 Actions Against Motor Problems................................ 7-4
7-1
Error Indication and Actions
7.1 Checking Causes of Errors
The inverter is provided with the function to protect the main frame from
errors such as over-current or over-voltage. When an error occur, the
protection function is activated to intercept the inverter output, and the motor
stops by free run mode. At the same time, the error contact signal is also
displayed. Activation of the protection function indicates the error occurrence.
To restart the inverter, either turn on the error reset input signal (press the
STOP
RST
key in the digital operator), or turn off and then on the power.
After finding out causes of the error, take proper action.
Free Run Stop
MOSCON-E5
The content of the
error is displayed.
Error from the
Multi-function Contact
Output
Error
Occurrence
Notify the error
occurrence to the
terminal output.
(A1, B1 and C1
terminals as defaults)
Control Thermal
Block
Figure 7.1 Indication of Error Occurrence
7-2
Fault Indication and Actions
☞ Alarms do not operator the fault contact output while the inverter protection
works, and the inverter automatically recovers its original operation status when
their causes are cleared. The following table lists the types of faults and their
causes.
Table 7.1 Error Indication and Counter-actions
Fault
Indication
Content of
Fault
Indication
Cause
Actions
DC main circuit falls under the rated
Check the wiring of the
Main Circuit voltage during operation.
power supply unit.
Under-voltage (Detection Level: 210V or less for 200V Improve the power voltage.
(Alarm)
Class, 420V or less for 400V Class)
The DC main circuit becomes low
Low Voltage voltage during operation.
During
(Detection Level: 210V or less for 200V
Operation
Class, 420V or less for 400V Class)
Inspection of Power Supply
Device Wiring
Improvement of Power
Voltage
Over-current
* The inverter output current exceeds
200% of the rated current.
* A motor of which capacity is larger
than that of the inverter is used.
* Load GD2 is too big.
* Accelerating time is short.
* Motor wound wire is burned.
Check the motor wound wire
resistance.
Lengthen the acceleration time.
Lengthen the acceleration time.
Over-voltage
* The inverter charging voltage exceeds
the rated voltage.
* Detection Level:
200V-level: about 400V or more
400-V level: about 800V or more
* Accelerating time is short.
* Load GD2 is too big.
* Heatsink Temperature: 90℃
Check the fan and the
ambient temperature (to be 45
℃ or less)
Overload
(Motor
Protection)
* Load is too big.
* Inappropriate operation method is
used.
Measure the motor temperature
rise.
Reduce the load.
Reset the V/F pattern.
Overload
(Inverter
Protection)
* Load is too big.
* Inappropriate operation method is
used.
Reduce the load.
Lengthen the acceleration time.
Reset the V/F pattern.
* Power supply for external speed
command is short-circuited.
* Volume resistance for speed command
is abnormal.
Check the wiring of the speed
command terminal board.
* An error occurs in an external device.
Check the external device.
* Forward/reverse operation signals are
received from the external terminal
board at the same time.
Check the forward/reverse
signal lines.
External
Base Block
* Base block signal is received from
the outside.
Check the signal line.
DATA
Transmission
Error
* Noise enters the control board.
Reset power supply.
Install a noise filter on the
power supply side.
Heatsink
Over-heating
Power
Short-circuit
External
Error
Abnormal
Operation
Command
7-3
Error Indication and Actions
7.2 Actions Against Motor Problems
Table 7.2 lists the checkpoints for motor problems and the actions against the
problems.
Table 7.2 Actions against Motor Problems
Problems
Checkpoints
Actions
Is the power voltage supplied to
Power Terminals R, S and T?
(Check whether the Charge LED is
on.)
The
motor
does not
rotate.
Do Output Terminals U, V and W
output the voltage?
(Use the rectifier type voltmeter.)
Isn't the load too heavy?
(Isn't the motor locked?)
Isn't any error indicated?
Is the forward rotation or the reverse
rotation command entered?
・Turn on the power supply.
・Turn off power supply and then
turn on again.
・Check the power voltage.
・Check whether terminal screws
are loose.
・Turn off the power supply and
then turn on again.
・Lessen the load. (Remove the
lock).
・Inspect according to Table 7.1.
・Correct the wiring.
・Correct the wiring.
・Check the frequency setting voltage.
・Operate the motor with the digital
Is the operation mode set correctly?
operator manipulation.
Is the wiring of Output Terminals U, V ・Arrange the phase order of U, V
and W correct?
and W of the motor.
Is the frequency setting voltage entered?
The
motor
rotates in
a reverse
direction
The
motor
rotates
but does
not
change
speed.
Is the wiring of the forward rotation signal
・Correct the wiring.
and the reverse rotation signal correct?
Is the wiring of the frequency setting
circuit correct.
・Correct the wiring.
Is the operation mode set correctly?
・Check the operation method selection
mode (F-05), with the digital operator
manipulation.
Isn't the load too heavy?
Is the motor rating (number of poles,
and voltage) proper?
Is the ratio acceleration/deceleration by
the converter (gear) correct?
The
motor Is the setting of the maximum output
rotates frequency correct?
too much. Isn't the voltage between motor
terminals lower than the minimum
level?
(Use the rectifier-type voltmeter.)
7-4
・Lessen the load.
・See the specifications and the
nameplate.
・Check the converter (gear).
・Check the setting of the
maximum output frequency.
・Check the setting of V/F
characteristics.
Fault Indication and Actions
Problems
Checkpoints
Actions
・Less then load.
・Reduce the change of the
(Note)
load.
Isn't the load change too large?
The
・Increase the inverter and the
rotation
motor capacities.
count
・If the power source is
during
operation Is the inverter 3-phase specification phase-locked for the 3-phase
specification, correct the
or single-phase specification? For
is
unstable. the 3-phase specification, isn't the
wiring. For the single-phase
power source phase-locked?
specification, connect the AC
reactor to the power source.
Isn't the load too heavy?
(Note) The rotation count of the motor may be unstable or the motor current
operates like the pulse because of the characteristics of the motor and the
load (gear machine). It is possible to solve this problem by modifying the
control constants in the inverter. For available control constants, see 6.30,
"Constants Effective for Reducing Vibration and Impact".
7-5
Maintenance and Inspection
Chapter 8
Maintenance and Inspection
8-1
Maintenance and Inspection
☞ FARA MOSCON-E5 rarely needs routing inspection.
☞ Bur, in order to prevent accidents in advance and to secure highly reliable
operation for a long time, carry out the following inspections regularly.
!
Caution
☞ Before inspection, turn off the main power supply
and inspect the inverter after confirming that the
charge LED is off.
☞ As high-voltage terminals in this inverter contain
very dangerous voltage, do not touch the
terminals.
☞ The protection cover should be placed while
electricity exists in the inverter. As there is a
danger of electric shock, turn off the power with
the molded-case circuit breaker before removing
the cover.
☞ Maintenance or inspect the inverter after turning
off the main circuit power and ensuring that the
Charge LED is off. Voltage remaining in the
connector is dangerous.
☞ Only the qualified personnel can perform service,
inspection or replacement.
[Put off jewelry (watch, ring and others) before
work.]
(Use proper insulation tools.)
There is a danger of electric shock.
Table 8.1
Inspection Items
Regular Inspection Items
Check Points
Actions
External Terminals,
Unit Mounting Bolts,
Connector, etc.
Is the bolt loose?
Tighten the bolt.
Is the connector loose?
Reinstall it.
Radiator Fin
Is there any dust on it?
Remove the dust with dry air
at the pressure of 4~6kg/㎠.
Printed Circuit
Board (PCB)
Is there any conductive dust or oil-mist
attached to it.
Clean it.
If it is possible to remove the
dust or oil, replace the PCB.
Cooling Fan
Is there any abnormal sound or vibration?
Is the accumulative operation time over
20,000 hours?
Replace the cooling fan.
Power Element
Is there any dust on it?
Remove the dust with dry air
at the pressure of 4~6kg/㎠.
Smoothing
Capacitor
Is there any discoloration or abnormal
smell?
Replace the capacitor or
inverter.
8-2
Maintenance and Inspection
☞ Do not remove the front cover of the enclosed wall-mounting type (NEMA1)
☞ Insulation Resistance Test (Mega Test)
Perform the insulation resistance test for the main circuit as follows, using the
insulation ohmmeter (500Vdc).
① Remove the wiring of the main circuit and control circuit terminals of the
inverter and test between the main circuit terminal and the earth (connection
terminal E) only.
② If the reading of the insulation ohmmeter is 1kΩor more, it is normal.
MOSCON E5
R
S
T
U
V
W B1 B2
E
Figure 8.1 Insulated Resister Test (Mega Test)
Note) Do not perform the insulation resistance test for the control circuit
terminal.
If the inverter stops due to error occurrence, find out the cause referring to the
following inspection method and take proper action.
If you cannot find any similar cause or any part is damage, or if you have any
problems, contact our agent or sales representative. You can find the addresses
and telephone numbers inside the last page.
Table 8-2 Standard Replacement Cycles for Parts
Standard
Replacement Cycle
Part
Replacement Method and Others
Cooling Fan
2 ~ 3 years
Replace with a new part.
Smoothing Capacitor
5 years
Replace with a new par (decide after
investigation).
Breaker Relays
-
Decide after investigation.
Fuse
10 years
Replace with a new part.
Aluminum Capacitor on Printed
Board Assembly (PBA)
5 years
Replace with a new PBA (decide after
investigation).
※
-
Environmental Conditions
Ambient Temperature: 30℃ on annual average
Load Ratio: 80% or less
Operation Ratio: 20 hours or less/day
8-3
Appendix
Appendix
1. Communication Manual
A-1
Appendix
1. Communication Manual
1.1 MOSCON-E5 Communication Type and Connection Circuit
1.1.1 Communication Protocol
1) Mode: RS-232C/485A, 9600bps, No Parity, 8-bit Data, 1-Stop Bit
2) Protocol: Slave + Host + CMD +LEN + ADDR +『/』 +CS +CR
1.1.2 Formats of Commands and Responses
1) Read Command: Slave + Host + CMD +LEN + ADDR +『/』 +CS +CR
2) Write Command: Slave + Host + CMD +LEN + ADDR +『/』+ DATA +CS
+CR
3) E5 Response: Host + Slave + CMD +LEN + ADDR +『/』+ DATA +CS +CR
※ Transmitter and receiver numbers are required for RS-485. For RS-232C, the
host uses 『00』 and E5 uses 『01』 as default.
Table 1.1 List of Transmission Formats
Items
Meaning
Remarks
Slave
(Hexa-decimal)
Device number that executes control
action
(1~255(0xff))
2-digit Hexadecimal
ASCII code
Host
(Hexa-decimal)
Device number that executes control
action
(1~255(0xff))
2-digit Hexadecimal
ASCII code
R(read)
Execute reading action.
W(write)
Execute writing action.
CMD
ASCII code
B(byte)
Process 1-byte data.
W(word)
Process 2-byte data.
LEN
ASCII code
ADDR
(Hexa-decimal)
Location of object parameter at the
memory
4-digit Hexadecimal
ASCII code
Character that separates address and data
ASCII code
Data for execution
(In writing and responding only)
2/4-digit Hexadecimal
ASCII code
CS(Check SUM)
Check information about the character
string transmitted
(Lower 8 bits of ASCII Sum)
2-digit Hexadecimal
ASCII code
CR
(Carrage Return)
Character that indicates the end of a
character string
0x0d(=13)
' / '
DATA
(Hexadecimal)
A-2
Appendix
1.1.3 Example of Communication
Table 1.2 Example of Communication Format
Division
Slave Host
(Host) (Slave) CMD LEN ADDR ' / ' DATA CS
Command
03
00
W
W
FF01
/
0258 XX
Write the main
speed command
60 Hz to Device Response
No. 3.
Read the output Command
current from
Response
CR
CR
00
03
W
W
FF01
/
0258
XX
CR
80
00
00
80
R
R
B
B
FF6D
FF6D
/
/
3F
XX
XX
CR
CR
※ Device Number 00 mean the host. As shown above, the responses for writing
are the same as the commands except the device number.
1.1.4 Precautions for Programming
1) All parameters for transmission should be integers. Thus, for parameters with
a decimal point (2-byte parameter), use them after multiplying them by 10.
For instance, 60Hz → 600.
2) For actual communication, do not send the entire command statement en
bloc but send it character by character at the interval of 1 ~ 10ms, so as to
avoid occupying the CPU execution time excessively at a time. This is
because E5 processes many jobs in the system and periodic jobs take much
time.
3) For actual communication parameters, see Chapter 2. User Constant and
Section 3.1 Parameter Table.
4) When you transfer the wrong value, Inverter reply error code
5) In case of 400V class when you transfer a value to F-32, 35, 37, 88,
If you transfer the 1/2 value, inverter recognize the value as 2-times and
even number is available.
6) If you change F-10, 86, 87, that change another constants. You'd better to
update data.
7) Except for Flag(command) or F-1 ~ F-95, you'd better to read only. If you
write wrong value at wrong address, inverter can operate abnormaly.
1.1.5 Cable Structure
1) There is one serial port (RS-232C or RS-485) in MOSCON-E5.
2) Driver IC
For 485 communication, the MOSCON-E5 uses DS75176B/BT of National
Semiconductor Inc., made for parallel communication (RS-422A/485A).
1.1.6 Connector
1) PC-side
Normal 9-pin D-sub connector is used. Because H/W handshake may be used
for wiring, it is desirable to interconnect DCS, RTS, DT and DSR in
addition to RxD, TxD and GND, if possible.
A-3
Appendix
2) E5-side(for 0.4~7.5kw)
CHK
1
GND
2
RE
3
GND
5
DO/RI
7
4
5
DO/RI
6
DE
7
DE
8
DO/RI
8
DO/RI
6
9
VCC
9
10
+5V
DF11-10DS-2R(HIROSE)
9pin D-sub
※ As for 485 communication, RS-232C/RS-485 signal converter is required for
connection with PC (for 11kw or more).
3) E5-side (over 11kw)
The connector inside E5 is designed to support RS-232C and RS-485 using
5-pin terminal board (BR-500C-5P) manufactured by Bi-Ryong Electronics
Co., of which connection diagram is shown below:
TxD
Tx
1
RxD
Rx
2
GND
3
A-
4
A+
5
+5V
+5V
390Ohm
JP2
BR-500C-5P
100kOhm
DO/RI
150Ohm
DO/RI
100kOhm
JP1
390Ohm
A-4
For 232
Communication
232 통신용
For 485
Communication
485 통신용
Appendix
1.2 User Constants and Memory Address
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No.
Description
Address
Unit
0
Operation Monitor
FF00/1
-
1
Current Valid Command Frequency
FF01/2
Hz
2
Acceleration Time 1
FF03/2
sec
3
Deceleration Time 1
FF05/2
sec
4
V/F Pattern
FF07/1
-
5
Selects operation method.
FF08/1
-
6
Sets analog input gain.
FF09/1
%
7
Sets analog input bias.
FF0A/1
%
8
Sets analog output monitor gain.
FF0B/1
%
9
Selects the direction of motor rotation.
FF0C/1
-
10
Designates/resets the reference range/password.
FF0D/1
-
11
Multi-step Speed Command Frequency 1
FF0E/2
Hz
12
Multi-step Speed Command Frequency 2
FF10/2
Hz
13
Multi-step Speed Command Frequency 3
FF12/2
Hz
14
Multi-step Speed Command Frequency 4
FF14/2
Hz
15
Multi-step Speed Command Frequency 5 (over 11kW)
FF16/2
Hz
16
Multi-step Speed Command Frequency 6 (over 11kW)
FF18/2
Hz
17
Multi-step Speed Command Frequency 7 (over 11kW)
FF1A/2
Hz
18
Multi-step Speed Command Frequency 8 (over 11kW)
FF1C/2
Hz
19
Jogging Command Frequency
FF1E/2
Hz
20
Designated Frequency Matching Detection Location
FF20/2
Hz
21
Designated Frequency Matching Detection Range
(Width)
FF22/2
Hz
22
Set Inhibition Frequency 1
FF24/2
Hz
23
Set Inhibition Frequency 2
FF26/2
Hz
24
Set Inhibition Frequency 3
FF28/2
Hz
25
Set Inhibition Frequency Range (Width)
FF2A/2
Hz
26
Acceleration Time 2
FF2C/2
sec
27
Deceleration Time 2
FF2E/2
sec
28~30
Reserved
-
A-5
Reference
Appendix
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Description
Address
Unit
71
Multi-function Input Terminal 1 Function Setting
FF58/1
-
72
Multi-function Input Terminal 2 Function Setting
FF59/1
-
73
Multi-function Input Terminal 3 Function Setting
FF5A/1
-
74
Multi-function Input Terminal 4 Function Setting
FF5B/1
-
75
Multi-function Input Terminal 5 Function Setting
FF5C/1
-
76
Multi-function Input Terminal 6 Function Setting
(over 11kw)
FF5D/1
-
77
Multi-function Input Terminal 7 Function Setting
(over 11kw)
FF5E/1
-
78
Multi-function Output Terminal 1 Function Setting
(over 11kw)
FF5F/1
-
79
Multi-function Output Terminal 2 Function Setting
FF60/1
-
80
Multi-function Analog Output Terminal Function
Setting
FF61/1
-
81
Voltage/Current Command Selection
FF62/1
-
82
Error History 1
FF63/2
-
83
Error History 2
FF65/2
-
84
ROM Version No.
FF67/2
-
85
Selects items to be monitored at power up.
FF69/1
-
86
Inverter Capacity Selection
FF6A/1
-
87
Motor Capacity Setting
FF6B/1
-
88
DC Voltage Detection Level Offset
FF6C/1
Volt
89
Motor Line Resistance
FF6D/2
ohm
90
Motor Iron Loss
FF6F/2
Watt
91
Rated Current of Motor
FF71/2
Am
p.
92
No-load Current of Motor
FF73/2
Am
p.
93
Motor Rated Slip (Speed Deviation)
FF75/2
Hz
94
Slip Offset Gain
FF77/2
%
95
Device ID for Communication
FF78/1
-
A-6
Remarks
Impossible
to modify
Motor
Capacity
Dependent
Items
(Be
careful)
Appendix
1.3 MOSCON E5 Inner Parameter and Memory Location
1.3.1 List of Main Parameter
Parameter
Description
Address/
Length (Bytes)
User
OutFreq
Current Output Frequency
FF80/2
Read only
Flag
Command Status
FF82/1
Write only
FLAG_INTR
Controller Operation Status
FF83/1
Read only
ERROR_FLAG
S/W Error Status
FF84/1
Read only
T8255PC
H/W Error Status
FD39/1
Read only
VTGDC
Detected DC Voltage
CRNTAC
Output Current
OUTVTG
FC19/1
Read only
FCAE(FCB4)/1
Read only
Output Voltage Reference
FF91/1
Read only
ANALOGIN
Input Value to A/D Converter
FF98/2
Write only
freq_ref
Current Frequency Reference
FFAA/2
Read/Write
actual_freq_ref
Actual Frequency Output in ASIC
FFA8/2
Read only
ComPort
Communication Controller Status
FFBA/2
Read only
Rx_Buffer
Reception Buffer of Communication
Device
FCD2/32
Write only
Tx_Buffer
Transmission Buffer of Communication
Device
FCF2/32
Read only
※ The value of () is applied to 2.2 version
1.3.2 Flag Parameter Format
bit
Parameter
Name
Flag
(Comman
d)
7
6
0
STOP
FWD
1
RUN
REV
0
old FWD
FWD
1
old REV
REV
FLAG_
INTR
(Status)
5
4
3
2
Error
Voltage Normal Indication
Command
ON
Error
Current Jogging Indication
Command
OFF
No
Change
UnderFref
Normal
in Main Current Normal
Speed
Recovery
Main
Fref
from
DC
Speed
Lower
UnderBraking
Change
Limit
voltage
Error
Error Occurren
Under
Clear
Not Used Voltage
ce
Command
Flag
Communi
Active
T8255PC Low
cation Not Used Not Used Overheat
Available
ERROR_ Active
FLAG
Low
A-7
1
0
Reserved
Accel
Steady
Decel
Acc/Dec
Over
External Overload
Voltage Seq Error Fault
Error
Short
Circuit
Over
Not Used Voltage
Over
Current
Appendix
1.4. Communication Frame for Errors
1.4.1 Communication Type
Host + Slave + E』+'Error Code' + CS + CR
※ Host : Host =00
Slave : Inverter ID No. = 01 ~ 31
1.4.2 Error Code
Inverter H/W Errors
Communication Errors
CPU B/D Error
CPF
Data String Error
FMT
Under_voltage
UV
Check Sum Error
SUM
Over_voltage
OV
Memory(EEPROM) Error
MEM
Over_current
OC
Modification Error (In
Operation)
RUN
Overheat
OH
Data Range Error
DAT
Short_circuit
SC
External Error
EE
Inverter Overload
OL2
Motor Overload
OL1
※ When an error occurs, the inverter sends the error communication frame when
the host sends the command communication frame.
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