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Frequency Inverters
Beginner’s Guide
FR-D700
FR-E700
FR-F700
FR-A700
Art. no.: 203603
13082008
Version B
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC
INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION
The texts, illustration, diagrams and examples in this manual are provided
for information purposes only. They are intended as aids to help explain the
installation and operation of the inverter of the FR-D700, FR-E700,
FR-F700 and FR-A700 series.
If you have any questions about the installation and operation of any of the
products described in this manual please contact your local sales office or
distributor (see back cover).
You can find the latest information and answers to frequently asked questions on our website at www.mitsubishi-automation.com..
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC EUROPE BV reserves the right to make changes
to this manual or the technical specifications of its products at any time
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© 08/2008
Beginner’s Guide for Frequency Inverters of the
FR-D700, FR-E700, FR-F700 and FR-A700 series
Art. no.: 203603
Version
Revisions / Additions / Corrections
A
02/2007
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First edition
B
08/2008
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General:
Replacement of the inverters FR-S500 und FR-E500 by the models FR-D700 and
FR-E700
Safety Guidelines
For use by qualified staff only
This manual is only intended for use by properly trained and qualified electrical technicians who
are fully acquainted with the relevant automation technology safety standards. All work with the
hardware described, including system design, installation, configuration, maintenance, service
and testing of the equipment, may only be performed by trained electrical technicians with
approved qualifications who are fully acquainted with all the applicable automation technology
safety standards and regulations. Any operations or modifications to the hardware and/or software of our products not specifically described in this manual may only be performed by
authorised Mitsubishi Electric staff.
Proper use of the products
The inverters of the FR- D700, FR-E700, FR-F700 and FR-A700 series are only intended for the
specific applications explicitly described in this manual. All parameters and settings specified in
this manual must be observed. The products described have all been designed, manufactured,
tested and documented in strict compliance with the relevant safety standards. Unqualified
modification of the hardware or software or failure to observe the warnings on the products and
in this manual may result in serious personal injury and/or damage to property. Only peripherals
and expansion equipment specifically recommended and approved by Mitsubishi Electric may
be used with the inverters of the FR-D700, FR-E700, FR-F700 and FR-A700 series.
All and any other uses or application of the products shall be deemed to be improper.
Relevant safety regulations
All safety and accident prevention regulations relevant to your specific application must be
observed in the system design, installation, configuration, maintenance, servicing and testing of
these products. The regulations listed below are particularly important in this regard. This list
does not claim to be complete, however; you are responsible for being familiar with and conforming to the regulations applicable to you in your location.
쎲 VDE Standards
– VDE 0100
Regulations for the erection of power installations with rated voltages below 1000 V
– VDE 0105
Operation of power installations
– VDE 0113
Electrical installations with electronic equipment
– EN 50178
Electronic equipment for use in power installations
쎲 Fire safety regulations
쎲 Accident prevention regulations
– VBG Nr.4
Electrical systems and equipment
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Safety warnings in this manual
Do not use the inverter until you have a full knowledge of the equipment, safety information and
instructions. In this Installation Guideline, the safety instruction levels are classified into
"WARNING" and "DANGER".
P
DANGER:
Failure to observe the safety warnings identified with this symbol can result in health
and injury hazards for the user.
E
WARNING:
Failure to observe the safety warnings identified with this symbol can result in damage
to the equipment or other property.
Note that even warnings may lead to a serious consequence according to conditions. Please follow strictly the instructions of both levels because they are important to personnel safety.
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Electric Shock Prevention
P
DANGER
쎲 While power is on or when the inverter is running, do not open the front cover.
Otherwise you may get an electric shock.
쎲 Do not run the inverter with the front cover removed. Otherwise, you may access
the exposed high-voltage terminals or the charging part of the circuitry and get
an electric shock.
쎲 Even if power is off, do not remove the front cover except for wiring or periodic
inspection.You may access the charged inverter circuits and get an electric
shock
쎲 Before starting wiring or inspection, check to make sure that the operation panel
indicator is off, wait for at least 10 minutes after the power supply has been
switched off, and check that there are no residual voltage using a tester or the
like. The capacitor is charged with high voltage for some time after power off and
it is dangerous.
쎲 This inverter must be earthed. Earthing must conform to the requirements of
national and local safety regulations and electrical codes. (JIS, NEC section 250,
IEC 536 class 1 and other applicable standards)
쎲 Any person who is involved in the wiring or inspection of this equipment should
be fully competent to do the work.
쎲 Always install the inverter before wiring. Otherwise, you may get an electric
shock or be injured.
쎲 Perform setting dial and key operations with dry hands to prevent an electric
shock. Otherwise you may get an electric shock.
쎲 Do not subject the cables to scratches, excessive stress, heavy loads or pinching. Otherwise you may get an electric shock.
쎲 Do not replace the cooling fan while power is on. It is dangerous to replace the
cooling fan while power is on.
쎲 Do not touch the printed circuit board with wet hands. You may get an electric
shock.
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Fire Prevention
E
WARNING
쎲 Mount the inverter to incombustible material. Mounting it to or near combustible
material can cause a fire.
쎲 If the inverter has become faulty, switch off the inverter power. A continuous flow
of large current could cause a fire.
쎲 Do not connect a resistor directly to the DC terminals P and N. This could cause a
fire and destroy the inverter. The surface temperature of braking resistors can
far exceed 100°C for brief periods. Make sure that there is adequate protection
against accidental contact and a safe distance is maintained to other units and
system parts.
Injury Prevention
E
WARNING
쎲 Apply only the voltage specified in the instruction manual to each terminal. Otherwise, burst, damage, etc. may occur.
쎲 Ensure that the cables are connected to the correct terminals. Otherwise, burst,
damage, etc. may occur.
쎲 Always make sure that polarity is correct to prevent damage, etc. Otherwise,
burst, damage, etc. may occur.
쎲 While power is on or for some time after power-off, do not touch the inverter as it
is hot and you may get burnt.
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Additional Instructions
Also note the following points to prevent an accidental failure, injury, electric shock, etc.
Transportation and installation
E
WARNING
쎲 When carrying products, use correct lifting gear to prevent injury.
쎲 Do not stack the inverter boxes higher than the number recommended.
쎲 Ensure that installation position and material can withstand the weight of the
inverter. Install according to the information in the instruction manual.
쎲 Do not install or operate the inverter if it is damaged or has parts missing. This
can result in breakdowns.
쎲 When carrying the inverter, do not hold it by the front cover or setting dial; it may
fall off or fail.
쎲 Do not stand or rest heavy objects on the product.
쎲 Check the inverter mounting orientation is correct.
쎲 Prevent other conductive bodies such as screws and metal fragments or other
flammable substance such as oil from entering the inverter.
쎲 Prevent other conductive bodies such as screws and metal fragments or other
flammable substance such as oil from entering the inverter.
쎲 Use the inverter under the environmental conditions mentioned in chapter 1.
Otherwise, the inverter may be damaged.
Wiring
E
WARNING
쎲 Do not install assemblies or components (e. g. power factor correction capacitors) on the inverter output side, which are not approved from Mitsubishi.
쎲 The direction of rotation of the motor corresponds to the direction of rotation
commands (STF/STR) only if the phase sequence (U, V, W) is maintained.
Test operation and adjustment
E
WARNING
쎲 Before starting operation, confirm and adjust the parameters. A failure to do so
may cause some machines to make unexpected motions.
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Operation
E
WARNING
쎲 When you have chosen the retry function, stay away from the equipment as it will
restart suddenly after an alarm stop.
쎲 The STOP/RESET key is valid only when the appropriate function setting has
been made. Prepare an emergency stop switch separately.
쎲 Make sure that the start signal is off before resetting the inverter alarm. A failure
to do so may restart the motor suddenly.
쎲 The inverter can be started and stopped via the serial port communications link
or the field bus. However, please note that depending on the settings of the communications parameters it may not be possible to stop the system via these connections if there is an error in the communications system or the data line. In
configurations like this it is thus essential to install additional safety hardware
that makes it possible to stop the system in an emergency (e.g. controller inhibit
via control signal, external motor contactor etc). Clear and unambiguous warnings about this must be posted on site for the operating and service staff.
쎲 The connected load of a inverter should be a three-phase induction motor only.
Connection of any other electrical equipment to the inverter output may damage
the inverter as well as the equipment..
쎲 Do not modify the equipment.
쎲 Do not perform parts removal which is not instructed in this manual. Doing so
may lead to fault or damage of the inverter.
쎲 The electronic thermal relay function does not guarantee protection of the
motor from overheating.
쎲 Do not use a magnetic contactor on the inverter input for frequent starting/stopping of the inverter.
쎲 Use a noise filter to reduce the effect of electromagnetic interference and follow
the accepted EMC procedures for proper installation of frequency inverters.
Otherwise nearby electronic equipment may be affected.
쎲 Take appropriate measures regarding harmonics. Otherwise this can endanger
compensation systems or overload generators.
쎲 Use a motor designed for inverter operation. (The stress for motor windings is
bigger than in line power supply).
쎲 When parameter clear or all clear is performed, set again the required parameters before starting operations. Each parameter returns to the initial value.
쎲 The inverter can be easily set for high-speed operation. Before changing its setting, fully examine the performances of the motor and machine.
쎲 The DC braking function of the frequency inverter is not designed to continuously hold a load. Use an electro-mechanical holding brake on the motor for this
purpose.
쎲 Before running an inverter which had been stored for a long period, always perform inspection and test operation.
쎲 For prevention of damage due to static electricity, touch nearby metal before
touching this product to eliminate static electricity from your body.
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Emergency stop
E
WARNING
쎲 Provide a safety backup such as an emergency brake which will prevent the
machine and equipment from hazardous conditions if the inverter fails.
쎲 When the breaker on the inverter primary side trips, check for the wiring fault
(short circuit), damage to internal parts of the inverter, etc. Identify the cause of
the trip, then remove the cause and power on the breaker.
쎲 When the protective function is activated (i. e. the frequency inverter switches
off with an error message), take the corresponding corrective action as
described in the inverter manual, then reset the inverter, and resume operation.
Maintenance, inspection and parts replacement
E
WARNING
쎲 Do not carry out a megger (insulation resistance) test on the control circuit of
the inverter.
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Inhalt
1
Introduction
1.1
What is a Frequency Inverter?. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1
1.2
Ambient Conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-2
1.3
Terminology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-3
2
Introduction to the Inverters
2.1
FR-D700 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1
2.2
FR-E700 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-2
2.3
FR-F700 and FR-A700 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-3
2.4
Removing and Replacing the Front Cover. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-4
2.4.1
FR-D700 Series Inverters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-4
2.4.2
FR-E700 Series Inverters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-7
2.4.3
FR-A700 and FR-F700 Series Inverters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-9
3
Connections
3.1
Power Supply, Motor and Earth Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
3.2
Control Terminals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-3
3.3
EM-Compatible Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-5
3.3.1
EM-compatible switchgear cabinet installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5
3.3.2
Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-6
3.3.3
EMC Filters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-7
4
Start-Up
4.1
Preparations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-1
4.1.1
Before switching on the inverter for the first time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
4.1.2
Important settings before switching on the motor for the first time . . . . . 4-1
4.2
Functional Test. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-2
5
Operation and Settings
5.1
Operating FR-D700 and FR-E700 Inverters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2
5.2
Operating FR-F700 and FR-A700 Inverters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5
5.3
Operating Mode Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-8
5.4
Setting the Frequency and Starting the Motor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-9
5.5
Editing Parameter Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-11
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Parameter
6.1
Basic Parameters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-1
6.2
The Basic Parameters in Detail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-3
Torque Boost (parameter 0) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-3
6.2.2
Minimum/Maximum Output Frequency (parameters 1 and 2) . . . . . . . . 6-3
6.2.3
Base frequency (Parameter 3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-4
6.2.4
Multi-speed settings (parameters 4 – 6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-4
6.2.5
Acceleration and deceleration times (parameters 7 and 8) . . . . . . . . . . 6-6
6.2.6
Electronic thermal overload relay (parameter 9). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-6
6.2.7
Operation mode selection (parameter 79) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7
7
Protective and Diagnostics Functions
7.1
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-2
7.2
List of Alarm Displays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-4
7.3
Resetting the Inverter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-7
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Appendix
A.1
Parameter List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A-1
A.2
X
6.2.1
A.1.1
FR-D700 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A-1
A.1.2
FR-E700 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A-5
A.1.3
FR-F700 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A-10
A.1.4
FR-A700 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A-16
Sample Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A-26
A.2.1
Conveyor Belt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A-26
A.2.2
Lifting Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A-28
A.2.3
PID Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A-30
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What is a Frequency Inverter?
1
Introduction
1.1
What is a Frequency Inverter?
Asynchronous three-phase electric motors are simple, reliable and inexpensive, which makes
them a particularly popular choice for industrial applications.
The speed of an asynchronous three-phase motor is determined by two factors:
– The frequency of the three-phase current.
– The design of the motor winding (number of poles or pole pairs).
Since the frequency of the power supply is generally a constant 50Hz this means that the speed
of the motor is inherently fixed – you can only change it for different applications by changing the
construction of the winding. Once that has been chosen the motor will always run at a fixed
speed, for example approximately 3,000 rpm or 1,500 rpm.
Providing more than one speed is only possible with “pole-changing” motors that have two sets
of windings (2 windings enable up to 4 different speeds). That is the end of the line, however.
Neither more speeds nor continuously-variable speeds are possible with pole-changing motors.
The solution to this problem is to use a frequency inverter, or inverter for short, which is a device
that converts the fixed voltage and frequency of the mains power supply into a variable voltage
with a variable frequency. It is installed between the mains supply and the motor and makes continuously-variable speed adjustment possible, turning a standard motor with a single winding
into a flexible variable-speed drive system.
Asynchronous
3~ motor
Inverter
400 V 3앑 50 Hz
L1
U
L2
V
L3
W
0 to 400 V 3앑
0 to 50 Hz
The speed of the connected motor can
be adjusted continuously by changing
the output voltage and frequency of the
inverter.
Output voltage
100 %
0
Output frequency (Hz)
Inverters also have other benefits, including adjustable acceleration and braking times, torque
boosting, integrated electronic overcurrent protection and even integrated PID controllers,
another advanced feature that has already been realised.
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Ambient Conditions
1.2
Introduction
Ambient Conditions
Please observe the ambient conditions limits listed in the table below when operating the frequency inverters described in this guide.
Specification
FR-D700
for operation
FR-E700
FR-A700
-10°C to 40°C* -10°C to 30°C* -10°C to 40°C*
Non freezing
for storage
Ambient humidity for operation
and storage
Vibration
1-2
FR-F746
-10°C to 50°C* -10°C to 40°C* -10°C to 50°C*
-10°C to 50°C
Ambient
temperature
*
FR-F700
FR-F740
-20°C to 65°C
These temperatures are allowed for a short period only e.g. during shipping.
90% or less (non condensing)
5.9m/s² (0.6g) or less
5.9m/s² (0.6g) or less
2.9m/s² (0.3g) or less for inverter capacities
04320 or more
Installation environment
Indoors (free from corrosive or flammable gas, oil mist, dust and dirt)
Installation altitude
Maximum 1000m above sea level with no limitations. For altitudes above 1000m
derate the inverter capacity by 3% for every additional 500m.
Maximum installation altitude: 2500m (with 91% of the inverter rated capacity)
The specific acceptable ambient temperature depends on the overload capacity of the individual inverter.
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Terminology
Terminology
The terms and concepts below are important for frequency inverters and are used frequently in
this guide.
Direction of rotation of electric motors
The direction (or sense) of rotation of electric motors is defined looking at the end of the motor
shaft. If the motor has two shaft ends the direction is defined looking at the main drive shaft end,
which is defined as the shaft end away from the end where the cooling fan or the brake are
installed.
The direction of rotation is described as:
쎲 Clockwise / Forward
or
쎲 Anticlockwise / Reverse
PU Mode
In PU (parameter unit) mode the inverter can be controlled with the integrated control unit or an
optional external control unit (inverter control units often referred to as “parameter units”). The
PU indicator LED lights up with the inverter is in PU mode.
PU Interface
An external control unit (parameter unit) can be connected to the inverter’s PU interface. Since
this interface is actually an RS-485 port some inverters can also use it to communicate with other
external devices.
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Terminology
1-4
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Introduction to the Inverters
FR-D700
2
Introduction to the Inverters
2.1
FR-D700
Operation panel
Cooling fan
Voltage/current
input switch
PU connector
Front cover
Standard control
circuit terminal block
Changing the
control logic
jumper connector
Rating plate
Main circuit terminal block
Capacity plate
NOTE
Combed shaped
wiring cover
Location of the capacity plate and the rating plate differs according to the inverter capacity.
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2-1
FR-E700
2.2
Introduction to the Inverters
FR-E700
Operation panel
PU connector
Voltage/current input
switch
Cooling fan
USB connector
Connector for plug-in
option connection
USB connector
cover
Front cover
PU connector
cover
Standard control circuit
terminal block
Rating plate
Changing the control
logic jumper connector
Main circuit terminal block
Combed shaped
wiring cover
Capacity plate
NOTE
2-2
Location of the capacity plate and the rating plate differs according to the inverter capacity.
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2.3
FR-F700 and FR-A700
FR-F700 and FR-A700
Cooling fan
PU interface
2nd serial port
Connector for plug-in options
AU-/PTC switchover switch
Switch for internal EMC filter
FR-DU07 control unit
POWER lamp
ALARM lamp
Power circuit
terminal block
Charge lamp
Control circuit
terminal block
Front cover
Wiring cover
Capacity plate
Rating plate
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Removing and Replacing the Front Cover
2.4
Introduction to the Inverters
Removing and Replacing the Front Cover
Before connecting the inverter you must remove the front cover so that you can access the terminal blocks. The different series have different cover types and the procedure for removing and
replacing the cover varies.
However, the safety warnings below must always be observed for all inverter models.
P
2.4.1
DANGER:
쎲 Always SWITCH OFF the mains power supply before removing the front cover
or performing any work on the inverter.
쎲 After switching off the power WAIT AT LEAST 10 MINUTES before removing the
front cover to allow the charge in the inverter’s power capacitors to fall to a safe
level.
FR-D700 Series Inverters
Removing and replacing on models from FR-D720S-008 through FR-D720S-100 and
from FR-D740-012 through FR-D740-080
쎲 Removing the front cover
Loosen the installation screws of the front cover. (The screws cannot be removed.) Remove
the front cover by pulling it like the direction of arrow.
Installation screw
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Removing and Replacing the Front Cover
쎲 Replacing the front cover
Place the front cover in front of the inverter, and install it straight. Tighten the installation
screws on the front cover.
Installation screw
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Removing and Replacing the Front Cover
Introduction to the Inverters
Removing and replacing on models FR-D740-120 and FR-D740-160
쎲 Removing the front cover
Loosen the installation screws of the front cover. (The screws cannot be removed.) Remove
the front cover by pulling it like the direction of arrow with holding an installation hook on the
front cover.
Installation hook
Installation
screw
쎲 Replacing the front cover
Insert the two fixed hooks on the lower side of the front cover into the sockets of the inverter.
Tighten the installation screws on the front cover.
Installation
screws
Fixed hook
Socket of the inverter
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2.4.2
Removing and Replacing the Front Cover
FR-E700 Series Inverters
Removing and replacing on models from FR-E740-012 through FR-E740-095
쎲 Removing the front cover
Remove the front cover by pulling it toward you in the direction of arrow (refer to the figure
below).
쎲 Replacing the front cover
To reinstall, match the cover to the inverter front and install it straight.
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Introduction to the Inverters
Removing and replacing on models FR-E740-230 and FR-E740-300
쎲 Removing the front cover
Loosen the installation screws of the front cover 1. Remove the front cover 1 by pulling it
toward you in the direction of arrow.
Remove the front cover 2 by pulling it toward you in the direction of arrow (refer to the figure
below).
Loosen the screw
of front cover 1
Remove front cover 1
Remove front cover 2
Front
cover 1
Front
cover 2
Installation screws
쎲 Replacing the front cover
Match the front cover 2 to the inverter front and install it straight.
Insert the two fixed hooks on the lower side of the front cover 1 into the sockets of the
inverter.
Tighten the screws of the front cover 1.
Press front cover 2
against the inverter
Insert hooks into the sockets
Tighten the
installation screws
Installation
screws
Front cover 1
Front cover 2
Fixed hook
Socket of the
inverter
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Removing and Replacing the Front Cover
FR-F700 and FR-A700 Series Inverters
Removing and replacing on models up to FR-F740-00620/FR-A740-00620
쎲 Removing the front cover
Loosen the cover’s two retaining screws. Press on the latch on the right side of the cover to
release it, then open the cover slightly and lift it away from the inverter.
Loosen retaining screws
Remove cover
Press to release latch
쎲 Replacing the front cover
Insert the hinge pins on the left side of the cover in the matching sockets on the left side of
the inverter casing.
Once the hinge pins are in the sockets press the cover shut until the latch snaps firmly into
place. When replacing a front cover with the control unit installed take care to ensure that
the control unit’s connector plugs into the inverter correctly.
Finally, re-tighten the retaining screws to fasten the cover into place.
Insert hinge pins in sockets
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Tighten screws
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Removing and replacing on models from FR-F740-00770/FR-A740-00770
쎲 Removing the front cover
Loosen the retaining screws of the outer cover and remove the outer cover. Then loosen the
screws of the inner cover and press on the retaining latch on the side of the inverter to
release it and open the cover slightly. After this you can remove the inner cover by lifting it
forwards.
Loosen the cover’s retaining screws
Remove the cover
Press to
release latch
Outer cover
Inner cover
쎲 Replacing the front cover
Insert the hinge pins on the left side of the inner cover in the matching sockets on the left
side of the inverter casing.
Once the hinge pins are in the sockets press the cover shut until the retaining latch snaps
firmly into place. When replacing the front cover with the control unit installed take care to
ensure that the control unit’s connector plugs into the inverter correctly. Fasten the retaining
screws of the inner cover. Then re-install the outer cover and fasten it with its retaining
screws.
Insert hinge pins in sockets
Tighten screws
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Press inner cover shut
Re-install outer cover
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Removing and replacing on models from FR-F746-00023 through FR-F746-01160
쎲 Removing the front cover
Unscrew the retaining screws of the front cover. Then carefully lift up the front cover very
slightly – the cover is connected to the main inverter chassis with a metal chain.
Unplug the control unit cable and unhook the metal chain from the inverter. Now you can
remove the front cover completely.
Hook
Metal chain
Control unit connection cable
쎲 Replacing the front cover
First hook the end of the chain back into its original place in the inverter and reconnect the
control unit cable with the inverter.
You can then replace the front cover and fasten it with the screws. Take care that no cables
or the metal chain get caught between the cover and the inverter casing.
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Power Supply, Motor and Earth Connections
Connections
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DANGER:
Always disconnect the power before performing any wiring work on frequency inverters. Frequency inverters contain high voltages that are potentially lethal. After switching off the power supply always wait for at least 10 minutes before proceeding to allow
the charge in the inverter’s capacitors to drop to safe levels.
Power Supply, Motor and Earth Connections
Some inverters of the FR-D700 series can be connected to a single-phase AC power supply
(230V). Other models of these series and all the models of the FR-E700, FR-F700 and FR-A700
must be connected directly to a 3-phase AC power supply.
FR-S 500 mains power supply specifications
Power supply
FR-D700
FR-D720S EC
FR-D740 EC
1 phase, 200–240V AC
3 phase, 380–480V AC, -15% / +10%
Permissible input
voltage range
170–264V AC
323–528V AC
Frequency
50 / 60Hz ± 5%
50 / 60Hz ± 5%
Voltage
FR-E700, FR-F700 and FR-A700 mains power supply specifications
Power supply
Voltage
NOTE
FR-E700, FR-F700, FR-A700
3 phase, 380–480V AC, -15% / +10%
Permissible input
voltage range
323–528V AC
Frequency
50 / 60Hz ± 5%
You must also connect 3-phase AC motors to the outputs of the inverters that are powered by
a single-phase 200-240V mains power supply. These inverters also output 3-phase AC
power with a range from 0V to the input voltage.
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Power Supply, Motor and Earth Connections
Connections
The single-phase AC mains power supply is connected to terminals L1 and N. The three-phase
AC mains power supply is connected to terminals L1, L2 and L3.
The motor is connected to terminals U, V and W.
The inverter must also be grounded with a cable connected to the protective earth terminal.
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WARNING:
Never connect mains power to the output terminals U, V or W! This would cause permanent damage to the inverter and would also create a serious shock hazard for the
operator!
The schematic illustration below shows the basic input and output connections of a frequency
inverter.
3-phase
connection
Single-phase
connection
Q1
Q1
Inverter
Inverter
L1
I
L1
U
L1
I
L1
N
I
N
V
L2
I
L2
V
W
L3
I
L3
W
U
-
-
P1
P1
+
+
PE
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The following table lists the power connection terminals found on the various inverter models.
Terminals
Function
L1, N
Mains power supply
(single-phase)
L1, L2, L3
Mains power supply
(3-phase)
U, V, W
Motor output
L11, L21
Control circuit power
P/+, PR
Brake resistor connection
+, -
External brake unit
P/+, N/+, P1
P/+, P1
PR, PX
DC reactor
Mains power supply input for the frequency inverter
This is the inverter’s power output
(3-phase, 0V to input voltage, 0.2 or 0.5 to 400 Hz)
FR-F700 and FR-A700 only
Except FR-A700
An optional external brake unit can be connected to these
terminals.
A DC reactor can be connected to these terminals. You
must remove the jumper before connecting the reactor.
Only fitted on FR-F700 and FR-A700 inverters.
Do not use these terminals and do not remove the jumper.
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Control Terminals
Control Terminals
In addition to the power terminals for the mains power supply and the motor there are also a
large number of additional terminals that are used for controlling the frequency inverter. The
table below only lists the most important control terminals – there are more.
Control terminals
Frequency setting signals
Analog
Terminal
Description
STF
Start forward
STR
Start reverse
Applying a signal to terminal
STR starts the motor with
reverse rotation (anticlockwise).
RH, RM, RL
Speed selection
Up to 15 different speeds (output frequencies) can
be selected by combining these signals (see also
section 6.2.4)
MRS
Output stop
Applying a signal to this input for more than 20ms
switches off the inverter output without delay.
SD
PC
�
�
RESET input
Applying signals
to STF and STR
simultaneously
stops the motor.
Used to reset the inverter and clear the alarm state
after a protective function has been triggered (see
7.3). A signal must be applied to RES for at least
0.1s to execute a reset.
Common terminal for control inputs using sink logic
24V DC output and common terminal for control inputs using source logic
10
Power supply for frequency
setting potentiometer
Output 5V DC, max current 10 mA.
Recommended potentiometer: 1 k⏲, 2W linear,
(multi-potentiometer)
2
Input for frequency setting
voltage signal
(0 to 5V or 0 to 10V DC)
A setpoint signal of 0–5V or 0–10V is applied to this
terminal. The range is preset to 0–5V. The input
resistance is10 k⏲; the maximum permissible voltage is 20V.
5
Common terminal for
frequency setting signal
Terminal 5 is the common terminal for the analog
setting signals connected to terminals 2 and 4. Terminal 5 is isolated and to prevent interference it
should not be earthed.
4
햲
Function
Applying a signal to terminal
STF starts the motor with forward rotation (clockwise).
RES
Reference points
Contact inputs
Type
If a current signal (0 to 20mA or 4 to 20mA DC) is
used as the frequency setting signal it is connected
to this terminal. The input resistance is 250 ⏲, the
Input for frequency setting cur- maximum permissible current is 30mA.
The factory default setting is 0Hz at 4mA and 50Hz
rent signal (4 to 20mA DC)
at 20mA.
Note that a signal must be applied to control input
AU at the same time to activate this terminal.
Never connect terminals PC and SD to one another! These terminals are the common terminals for the control inputs when you use source (PC, factory default) or sink logic (SD).
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Connections
The following illustration shows the connection of the control terminals when source logic (factory default) is used. The inputs are connected to 24V DC.
Multi speed selection
Output stop
RESET
+24V DC
Forward
Reverse
RL
RM
RH
MRS
RES
PC
STF
STR
SD
Inverter
Frequency setting
1kW/2W
Frequency setting current signal
0–20 or 4–20mA DC
10
2
5
4
The manuals of the individual frequency inverters also include diagrams showing the connections for controlling the inverter inputs with PLC outputs and with sink logic.
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3.3
EM-Compatible Installation
EM-Compatible Installation
Fast switching of electrical currents and voltages, which naturally also occurs when frequency
inverters are used, generates radio frequency interference (RF noise) that can be propagated
both along cables and through the air. The power and signal cables of the inverter can act as
noise transmission antennas. Because of this the cabling work needs to be performed with the
utmost care. The cables connecting the inverter and the motor are a particularly powerful source
of potential interference.
In the European Union several EMC (electromagnetic compatibility) directives have been
passed with regulations for the limitation of interference generated by variable-speed drive systems. To conform to these regulations you must observe some basic guidelines when you are
planning, installing and wiring your systems:
쎲 To reduce noise radiation install the equipment in a closed and properly earthed switchgear
cabinet made of metal.
쎲 Install an EMC filter (mains RFI suppression filter).
쎲 Ensure that everything is properly earthed.
쎲 Use shielded cables.
쎲 Install sensitive equipment as far away as possible from interference sources or install the
interference sources in a separate switchgear cabinet.
쎲 Keep signal and power cables separate. Avoid routing interference-suppressed cables
(e.g. power supply cables) and interference-prone cables (e.g. shielded motor cables)
together for more than short distances.
3.3.1
EM-compatible switchgear cabinet installation
The design of the switchgear cabinet is critical for compliance with the EMC directives. Please
follow the following guidelines:
쎲 Use an earthed cabinet made of metal.
쎲 Use conductive seals between the cabinet door and chassis and connect the door and the
chassis with a thick, braided earth cable.
쎲 If an EMC filter is installed make sure that it has a good electrically conductive connection
to the installation panel (remove paint etc). Ensure that the base on which the equipment is
installed is also properly connected to the switchgear cabinet earth.
쎲 All cabinet plates should be welded or screwed together not more than 10cm apart to limit
transparency to RF noise. The diameters of any openings and cable glands in the cabinet
should not exceed 10cm and there should not be any unearthed components anywhere in
the cabinet. If larger openings are required they must be covered with wire mesh. Always
remove paint etc. between all metal-on-metal contacts to ensure good conductivity – for
example between the wire mesh covers and the cabinet.
쎲 If inverters and controllers must be installed in the same cabinet they should be kept as far
away from one another as possible. It is better to use separate cabinets if possible. If you
must install everything in a single cabinet you can separate the inverters and controllers
with a metal panel.
쎲 Earth the installed equipment with short, thick earth conductors or suitable earthing strips.
Earthing strips with a large surface area are better for earthing RFI signals than
equipotential bonding conductors with large cross-sections.
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3.3.2
Connections
Wiring
All analog and digital signal cables should be shielded or routed in metal cable conduits.
At the entrance point to the chassis run the cable through a metal cable gland or fasten it with a P
or U type cable clamp, connecting the shielding to the earth either with the gland or the clamp
(see illustration below). If you use a cable clamp install it as near as possible to the cable entry
point to keep the distance to the earthing point as short as possible. To keep the unshielded portion of the cable (RFI transmission antenna!) as short as possible ensure that the end of the
motor cable shielding is as close as possible to the connection terminal without causing a risk of
earth faults or short circuits.
When using a P or U clamp make sure that the clamp is installed cleanly and that it does not
pinch the cable more than necessary.
Good installation
Poor installation
Cable shielding
P clamp
The shielding
should not be
twisted like this.
U clamp
Route control signal cables at least 30cm away from all power cables. Do not route the power
supply cables or the cables connecting the frequency inverter and the motor in parallel to control
signal cables, telephone cables or data cables.
If possible, all control signal cables to and from the inverter should only be routed inside the
earthed switchgear cabinet. If routing control signal cables outside the cabinet is not possible
always use shielded cables, as signal cables can also function as antennas. The shielding of the
cables must always be earthed. To prevent corruption of sensitive analog signals (e.g. the 0-5V
analog frequency setting signal) by currents circulating in the earthing system it may be necessary to earth only one end of the cable shielding. In such cases always earth the shielding at the
inverter end of the cable.
Installation of standard ferrite cores on the signal cables can further improve RFI suppression.
The cable should be wound around the core several times and the core should be installed as
close to the inverter as possible.
Motor connection cables should always be as short as possible. Long cables can sometimes
trigger earth fault protection mechanisms. Avoid unnecessarily long cables and always use the
shortest possible route for the cables.
It should go without saying that the motor itself should also be properly earthed
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EM-Compatible Installation
EMC Filters
EMC filters (mains RFI suppression filters) significantly reduce interference. They are installed
between the mains power supply and the frequency inverter.
Installation of a EMC filter for a single-phase power supply
Inverter
EMC filter
Mains power
(single-phase)
L1
L1’
L1
N
N’
N
PE
U
V
W
PE’
Installation of a EMC filter for a 3-phase power supply
Inverter
EMC filter
Mains power
(3-phase)
L1
L1’
L1
L2
L2’
L2
V
L3
L3’
L3
W
PE
PE’
U
P1
+
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WARNING:
These filters are NOT designed for use in IT networks. When in operation these EMC filters discharge leakage currents to earth by design. This can trigger upstream protective
devices, in particular in combination with asymmetrical mains voltages, mains phase
failures and switching operations upstream from the filter. For more information please
refer to the Mitsubishi frequency inverters EMC manual, which contains detailed instructions for EM-compatible installation.
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Connections
L1
L2
L3
The EMC filters of the FR-D700 and
FR-E700 series are installed beside or
behind the inverter, depending on their
design. Installing the filter behind the inverter
has the advantage that the filter does not
take up any additional space in the
switchgear cabinet.
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The illustration on the left shows the installation of an EMC filter for a series FR-D700
inverter.
The inverters of the FR-F700 and FR-A700 series have an integrated EMC filter, which is activated by default at the factory. The filter can be disabled by moving the EMC on/off connector to
the FILTER OFF position. The filter must be deactivated when the inverter is used in isolated
neutral networks (IT networks).
00023 to 00126
EMC filter OFF EMC filter ON
00023 to 00126
00170, 00250
00170, 00250
EMC filter OFF
000310, 00380
EMC filter ON
00470, 00620
00310 to 12120
EMC filter OFF EMC filter ON
00770, 12120
Connector for activating and deactivating the EMC
filter
The connector must always be installed, either in the ON position or in the OFF position.
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DANGER:
To avoid serious shock hazard always turn off the inverter power supply before removing the front cover to activate or deactivate the EMC filter.
Optional external EMC filters are also available for the inverters of the FR-F700 and FR-A700
series.
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Preparations
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Start-Up
4.1
Preparations
4.1.1
Before switching on the inverter for the first time
Check all the following points carefully before switching on a frequency inverter for the first time:
쎲 Has all the wiring been performed correctly? Check the power supply connections particularly carefully: Single-phase to L1 and N, 3-phase to L1, L2 and L3.
쎲 Double-check for damaged cables and insufficiently insulated terminals to eliminate any
possibility of short circuits.
쎲 Is the inverter properly earthed? Double-check for possible earth faults and short circuits in
the output circuit.
쎲 Check that all screws, connection terminals and other cable connections are connected
correctly and firmly.
4.1.2
Important settings before switching on the motor for the first time
All settings necessary for the operation of the inverter, like acceleration and deceleration times
or the trigger threshold for the electronic motor protection relay, are programmed and changed
with either the inverter’s own integrated control unit or with a connected external control unit.
The following settings must be checked before switching on the motor for the first time:
쎲 Maximum output frequency (parameter 1)
쎲 V/f pattern (parameter 3)
쎲 Acceleration and deceleration times (parameters 7 and 8)
See Chapter 6 for detailed descriptions of these parameters and what they are for. See section
5.5 for examples of parameter settings.
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WARNING:
Incorrect parameter settings can damage or (in extreme cases) even destroy the connected motor. Take great care when you are setting the parameters and double-check
the electrical and mechanical specifications of the motor, your entire drive system and
the connected machine before proceeding.
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Functional Test
4.2
Start-Up
Functional Test
For a functional test the inverter is operated with minimum external wiring. The motor should be
allowed to run free without any connected load. You need to check whether the connected motor
runs properly and that you can adjust its speed with the inverter. There are two ways to perform
this test:
쎲 Controlling the inverter with external signals
The commands for starting the motor in forward or reverse mode are activated with external
pushbuttons. Motor speed is adjusted with the help of the frequencies stored in parameters
4 through 6 (see 6.2.4). To do this you can either connect switches to terminals RH, RM and
RL of the inverter or connect the appropriate terminals to the PC terminal with a wire
jumper.
Motor circuit breaker
Frequency inverter
Q1
Power
supply
L1
I
L1
L2
I
L2
V
L3
I
L3
W
U
PC
S1
Reverse
Forward
S2
STR
STF
RH Pr. 4 (50 Hz)
Speed setting
RM Pr. 5 (30 Hz)
RL
Pr. 6 (10 Hz)
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Some external components like pushbuttons and switches are required for this method but
it has advantages over performing the test with the integrated or external control unit:
– When the inverter is switched on for the first time control with external signals is activated by default – you don’t need the control unit to switch to this mode.
– In normal operation inverters are also usually operated via external signals, either by
activating stored parameter values or by sending external analog setpoint values to the
inverter. For example, start commands can be sent by a PLC or executed manually with
switches or pushbuttons. Testing the system with external signals enables you to simultaneously test the control inputs for proper functioning.
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쎲 Controlling the inverter with the integrated or external control unit.
The inverters of the FR-D700, FR-E700, FR-F700 and FR-A700 series have an integrated
control unit with which you can operate the inverter and the connected motor. This makes it
possible to perform the functional test without connecting anything to the control inputs.
Motor circuit breaker
Frequency inverter
Q1
Power
supply
L1
I
L1
L2
I
L2
V
L3
I
L3
W
U
PC
STR
STF
10
2
5
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Please note that when the inverter is switched on for the first time control via external signals is activated by default. Press the PU/EXT key to select the PU operation mode
(see 5.3).
NOTE
Do not switch the motor on and off by turning the frequency inverter’s power supply on and
off. Repeated switching of the inverter’s mains power supply at short intervals can damage
the inrush current limiter. Switch the inverter’s power supply on first and then control the
motor with the forward/reverse commands via terminals STF and STR or with the control
unit.
Performing the test
During the test run pay particular attention to the following points:
쎲 The motor should not generate any unusual noises or vibrations.
쎲 Changing the frequency setting value should change the speed of the motor.
쎲 If a protective function triggers during motor acceleration or deceleration check:
– Motor load
– Acceleration and deceleration times (you may need to increase these times with parameters 7 and 8)
– The manual torque boost setting (parameter 0)
These parameters are described in Chapter 6.
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Operation and Settings
The frequency inverters of the FR-D700, FR-E700, FR-F700 and FR-A700 series have integrated control units.
These control units allow you to monitor and display status data and alarms and to enter and display the inverter’s setting parameters (see Chapter 6).
In addition to this you can also use the control unit to operate the inverter and the connected
motor. This option is particularly useful for setting up the system, troubleshooting and testing.
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5.1
Operation and Settings
Operating FR-D700 and FR-E700 Inverters
LED-Display
4-digit 7-segment display for operational
values, parameter numbers, etc.
Unit indication
LED to indicate the current unit
쎲 Hz: Frequency
쎲 A: Current
쎲 Off: Voltage
쎲 Flicker: Set frequency
Rotation direction indication
Lit or flicker during inverter operation
쎲 RUN is lit: Forward rotation
쎲 RUN flickering slowly: Reverse
rotation
쎲 RUN flickering fast: Start command is
given but the frequency command is
missing
Monitor indication
Lit to indicate the monitoring mode.
Parameter setting mode
Lit to indicate the parameter setting
mode.
Operation mode indication
LED to indicate the operation mode
쎲 PU operation mode (PU)
쎲 External operation mode (EXT)
쎲 Network operation mode (NET)
쎲 Combined operation mode
(PU and EXT)
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Operating FR-D700 and FR-E700 Inverters
Keys of the operation panel:
Key
Function
Digital dial
Rotation direction
Stop operation/
Fault reset
Description
Used to change the frequency setting and parameter values.
Press to display the following.
쎲 Displays the set frequency in the monitor mode
쎲 Currently set value is displayed during calibration
쎲 Displays the order in the faults history mode
RUN command for forward/reverse rotation.
The rotation direction can be selected by setting Pr. 40.
쎲 Used to stop RUN command.
쎲 Fault can be reset when protective function is activated
(fault) (refer to section 7.3).
Used to change each setting mode.
MODE
Mode switch over
쎲 Pressing PU/EXT simultaneously changes the operation
mode.
쎲 Pressing for a whilte (2s) can lock operation.
If pressed during operation, monitor changes as below:
SET
PU
EXT
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Operation mode
switch over
Running
frequency
Output
current
Output
voltage
Used to switch between the PU and external operation
mode. When using the external operation mode (operation
using a separately connected frequency setting potentiometer and start signal), press this key to light up the EXT indication. (Press MODE simultanesouly (0.5s) or change Pr. 79
setting to change to combined mode.)
PU: PU operation mode
EXT: External operation mode (Cancels PU stop also.)
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Overview of the basic functions of the operation panel (factory setting)
Operation mode switch over
At powering on (external operation mode)
PU Jog operation mode
Monitor/frequency setting
Beispiel
PU operation mode
(output frequency monitor)
Value change
and frequency flicker
Frequency setting has been
written and completed!
Parameter setting
Output current monitor
Output voltage monitor
Display the
current setting
Parameter setting mode
Example
Value change
Parameter and a setting value
flicker alternately.
Parameter write is completed!
Parameter clear
All Parameter clear
Faults history clear
Alarm history
Initial value
change list
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The past eight alams can be displayed. (The latest alarm is ended by „.“.)
When no alarm history exists,
is displayed.
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Operating FR-F700 and FR-A700 Inverters
Operating FR-F700 and FR-A700 Inverters
The frequency inverters of the FR-F700 and FR-A700 series come with an integrated FR-DU07
control unit.
LED display
4-digit 7-segment display for status
data, parameter numbers etc.
Units
LED indicators for units:
쎲 Hz: Frequency
쎲 A: Current
쎲 V: Voltage
Mode
LED indicators for operating mode
쎲 Control unit operation mode (PU)
쎲 External operation mode (EXT)
쎲 Network operation mode (NET)
PLC function
LED indicator for PLC function
(only FR-A700)
Monitor mode
LED indicator for monitor mode
Motor direction
LED motor forward/reverse indicator
쎲 FWD: Forward
쎲 REV: Reverse
The FWD/REV LED lights up continuously when the motor is running and
blinks when a Start command is registered without a frequency setting value.
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Operation and Settings
Functions of the FR-DU07 control unit:
Control / Key
Function
Description
Digital Dial
The Digital Dial is a little like a setting potentiometer. It can be
turned in both directions to set frequencies, parameters and
other values.
It also has a pushbutton function. Pressing the Digital Dial
stores the current frequency setting value.
FWD
Forward
Starts the motor forward
REV
Reverse
Starts the motor in reverse
MODE
Mode
Switches the setting mode
Changes the status values displayed while the drive is running:
SET
5-6
Parameter Settings
Output
frequency
Output
current
Output
voltage
PU
EXT
Operation Mode
PU: Control unit operation mode
EXT: External signals operation mode
This key switches between control via external signals and
operation with the control unit. To switch to external mode
(setting signals via external potentiometer and external start
signal) press and hold the key until the EXT indicator LED
lights up. This combined mode is enabled with parameter 79.
STOP
RESET
Stop Motor /
Reset Inverter
When you are operating the inverter with the control unit you
can stop the motor by pressing this key. It is also used to reset
the inverter after an error message (see 7.3).
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FR-DU07 control unit functions
Changing operation mode
Default display after switching on (external control)
Jog operation with control unit
Setting parameters
Monitor display / setting the frequency
Press SET for approx.
Example
1.5s to return to default
monitor display.
and frequency value blink
Set value
Control unit operation
(output frequency display)
Output voltage display
Output current display
Select parameter
Parameter setting mode
Current value display
Example
Display alternates between
parameter no. and the setting
New setting has been stored
Clear all parameters
Clear parameter
Clear alarm history
Alarm history
Copy parameters
Up to 8 alarms (error messages) can be stored and displayed. The last alarm code ends with “.”.
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A display of
means the alarm history is empty.
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Operating Mode Selection
5.3
Operation and Settings
Operating Mode Selection
Frequency inverters can be operated either with external signals (switches, PLC outputs, external setpoint value sources etc.) or directly via the control unit. The mode is controlled with
parameter 79 (see 6.2.7).
NOTE
You can only switch the operating mode when the drive is stopped and no start command is
active.
You can switch between external and parameter unit (PU) modes by pressing the PU/EXT key
on the parameter unit. The PU indicator lights up when the inverter is in parameter unit mode.
Pressing PU/EXT when the inverter is in control unit mode switches the system to external operation mode and the EXT indicator lights up.
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5.4
Setting the Frequency and Starting the Motor
Setting the Frequency and Starting the Motor
When external control signals are not used you can only start, stop and change the speed of the
external motor with the control unit.
FR-D700
Procedure on FR-D700 and FR-E700 inverters
FR-E700
Performing operation at 30Hz
Operation
Display
Screen at powering on
The monitor display appears.
PU indication is lit.
Press the PU/EXT key to choose the PU
operation mode.
Turn the digital dial to show the frequency you
want to set. The frequency flickers for about
5s.
While the value is flickering press the SET
key to set the frequency. (If you do not press
the SET key, the value flickers for about 5s
and the display returns to 0.00 (display) Hz.
At this time, set the frequency again as
described above.)
Flickers for about 5s.
Flicker ... Frequency setting
complete!
3s later
After the value flickered for about 3s, the display returns to 0.00 (monitor display). Press
the RUN key to start operation.
Press the STOP/RESET key to stop.
Press the digital dial to show the set frequency.
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Setting the Frequency and Starting the Motor
Operation and Settings
FR-F700
Procedure on FR-F700 and FR-A700 inverters
FR-A700
Example of drive operation at a 30Hz output frequency.
Procedure
Inverter display
When you switch on the inverter the standard
startup display appears.
Press the PU/EXT key to select PU (control
unit) mode.
Turn the digital dial to set the output frequency to 30Hz. The value in the display will
blink for around 5 seconds.
Press the SET key while the frequency display is still blinking. (If you don’t press SET
within 5s the display will reset to 0.00. If this
happens just set the output frequency again
as described above.
After 3 seconds the display then switches to
0.00 (Monitor mode). Now press FWD or REV
to start the motor.
To stop the motor press STOP/RESET.
While the motor is running you can display the current setting frequency by pressing the Digital
Dial.
NOTES
Troubleshooting tips
If you cannot set the frequency or if you are unable to start the motor with the integrated or external control unit please go through the following checklist:
쎲 Is the inverter in control unit operation mode? The PU indicator LED should be on.
Check parameter 79 and make sure that it is set to “0”. This is the default factory setting,
which allows the inverter to be switched between external control and control unit mode
with the PU/EXT key on the control unit.
쎲 Are all external start commands inactive?
쎲 Did you press the SET key within 5 seconds of setting the frequency?
If you don’t press SET during this time (while the display is blinking) the output frequency
setting value will not be stored.
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5.5
Editing Parameter Settings
Editing Parameter Settings
All the settings for the operation of frequency inverters are stored in editable parameters. You
can find a detailed reference to the most important parameters in Chapter 6. All the parameters
are preset to default values when the inverter leaves the factory. You can edit parameters on the
integrated control unit or the external control unit to configure the inverter for the connected
motor and your application.
Note that editing parameters is only possible when the inverter is in control unit operation mode
(PU) or combined mode and when no motor start (FWD or REV) command is active.
FR-D700
Procedure on the FR-D700 and FR-E700
FR-E700
Change the Pr. 1 “Maximum frequency” setting from 120Hz to 50Hz (refer to section 6.2.2 for
details on Parameter 1).
Operation
Display
Screen at powering on
The monitor display appears..
Press the PU/EXT key to choose the PU
operation mode.
Press the MODE key to choose the
parameter setting mode.
PU indication is lit.
PRM indication is lit.
The parameter number read
previously appears.
Turn the digital dial until P.1 (Pr. 1) appears.
Press the SET key to show the currently set
value. The initial value “120.0” appears.
Turn the digital dial counter clockwise to
change it to the setting value of “50.00”.
Press the SET key to set.
Flicker ... Parameter setting
complete!
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Editing Parameter Settings
Operation and Settings
FR-F700
Procedure on FR-F700 and FR-A700 inverters
FR-A700
The following example shows how to change the maximum output frequency (refer to section
6.2.2 for details on Parameter 1) from 120Hz to 50Hz.
Procedure
Inverter display
When you switch on the inverter the standard
startup display appears.
Press the PU/EXT key to select PU (control
unit) mode.
Press MODE to activate the parameter setting
mode.
Turn the Digital Dial to select parameter no. 1.
Press SET to display the current setting.
The factory default setting is “120”.
Turn the Digital Dial to change the value to “50”.
Press SET to save the new setting.
You can then turn the Digital Dial to select other parameters.
You can check the setting by pressing the SET key again once to display the current value.
Pressing the SET key twice selects the next parameter.
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Basic Parameters
Parameter
For optimum operation you need to configure your frequency inverter for the specific requirements and specifications of the connected drive system and your application. All the necessary
settings are stored in numbered parameters in the inverter’s memory – you only have to set
them once because this memory is not cleared when the power is switched off. All the parameters are preset to default values when the inverter leaves the factory so that the unit can be used
at once.
There are two main classes of parameters, basic parameters and advanced parameters. The
basic parameters should always be checked and configured before using the inverter but many
of the more advanced parameters are only needed for special or complex applications.
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6.1
WARNING:
Incorrect parameter settings can damage or (in extreme cases) even destroy the connected motor. Take great care when you are setting the parameters and double-check
the electrical and mechanical specifications of the motor, your entire drive system and
the connected machine before proceeding.
Basic Parameters
The basic parameters of the FR-D700 and FR-E700 inverters
FR-D700
Parameter Name
햲
햳
햴
FR-E700
Setting
Range
Initial Value
0–30%
3%/4%/6%
햲
Setting
Range
Initial Value
0–30%
2%/3%/4%/6%
0
Torque boost
1
Maximum frequency
0–120Hz
120Hz
0–120Hz
120Hz
2
Minimum frequency
0–120Hz
0Hz
0–120Hz
0Hz
3
Base frequency
0–400Hz
50Hz
0–400Hz
50Hz
4
Multi-speed setting
(high speed) - RH
0–400Hz
50Hz
0–400Hz
50Hz
5
Multi-speed setting (medium
speed) - RM
0–400Hz
30Hz
0–400Hz
30Hz
6
Multi-speed setting
(low speed) - RL
0–400Hz
10Hz
0–400Hz
10Hz
7
Acceleration time
0–3600s
5s/10s
8
Deceleration time
0–3600s
5s/10s
9
Electronic thermal O/L relay
0–500A
19
Base frequency voltage
20
Acceleration/ deceleration reference frequency
79
Operation mode selection
햲
햲
0–3600s
5s/10s/15s
0–360s
0–3600s
5s/10s/15s
Rated output
current
0–500A
Rated output
current
0–1000V
햳
8888
햴
9999
8888
0–1000V
햳
8888
햴
9999
8888
1–400 Hz
50Hz
1–400Hz
50Hz
0–4/6/7
0
0–4/6/7
0
햲
햲
햲
The setting depends on the inverter capacity.
With the setting “8888” the maximum output voltage is 95 % of the input voltage.
With the setting “9999” the maximum output voltage equals the input voltage.
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Parameter
Basic parameters of the FR-F700 and FR-A700 inverters
FR-F700
Parameter Name
햲
햳
햴
NOTE
6-2
FR-A700
Setting
Range
Initial Value
Setting
Range
Initial Value
0–30%
1%/1.5%/2%/
햲
3%/4%/6%
0–30%
1%/2%/3%/
햲
4%/6%
0
Torque boost
1
Maximum frequency
0–120Hz
2
Minimum frequency
0–120Hz
0Hz
0–120Hz
0Hz
3
Base frequency
0–400Hz
50Hz
0–400Hz
50Hz
4
Multi-speed setting
(high speed) - RH
0–400Hz
50Hz
0–400Hz
60Hz
5
Multi-speed setting (medium
speed) - RM
0–400Hz
30Hz
0–400Hz
30Hz
6
Multi-speed setting
(low speed) - RL
0–400Hz
10Hz
0–400Hz
10Hz
7
Acceleration time
0–3600s
5s or 15s
8
Deceleration time
0–3600s
9
Electronic thermal O/L relay
19
60Hz / 120Hz
햲
0–120Hz
60Hz/120Hz
햲
햲
0–360s
0–3600s
5s or 15s
햲
10s or 30s
햲
0–360s
0–3600s
5s or 15s
0–500A
0–3600A
Rated output
current
0–500A
0–3600A
Rated output
current
Base frequency voltage
0–1000V
햳
8888
햴
9999
8888
0–1000V
햳
8888
햴
9999
8888
20
Acceleration/ deceleration reference frequency
1–400Hz
50Hz
1–400Hz
50Hz
79
Operation mode selection
0–4/6/7
0
0–4/6/7
0
햲
The setting depends on the inverter capacity.
With the setting "8888" the maximum output voltage is 95 % of the input voltage.
With the setting "9999" the maximum output voltage equals the input voltage.
You can find a reference list of all inverter parameters in the Appendix (section A.1).
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The Basic Parameters in Detail
6.2
The Basic Parameters in Detail
6.2.1
Torque Boost (parameter 0)
Parameter 0 enables you to increase the output voltage at low output frequencies, which
increases the motor’s torque. This function is useful in applications when you need high start-up
torque at low speeds.
You can use parameter 0 to achieve
better performance for starting the
motor under load. The base frequency
is set in parameter 3.
Output voltage
100 %
Base
frequency
Setting range
Parameter 0
0
6.2.2
Output frequency (Hz)
Minimum/Maximum Output Frequency (parameters 1 and 2)
The minimum and maximum output frequencies define the range within which the motor speed
can be adjusted with the frequency setting value.
You can use these two parameters to adjust the frequency setting range to match the mechanical specifications of the connected system. For example, in many applications it is not desirable
or possible to allow the drive to stop completely at the minimum setpoint value (output frequency
= 0Hz). At the other end of the scale you will often want to limit the maximum output frequency,
and thus the motor speed, so that you don’t overstress the machine mechanically or exceed a
maximum permitted speed.
Output frequency (Hz)
Maximum output frequency
limit
Parameter 2
Pr. 1
Minimum output frequency limit
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0
—
5V
0
—
10V
4mA
—
20mA
Frequency setpoint value
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The Basic Parameters in Detail
6.2.3
Parameter
Base frequency (Parameter 3)
The setting of parameter 3 is very important because it matches the frequency inverter’s output
to the requirements of the motor.
Parameter 3 specifies the output frequency at which the output voltage is set to its maximum
value. This is normally set to the rated frequency of the motor, which can be found on the motor’s
rating plate. Be careful with this parameter – incorrect settings can cause overload states and
lead to automatic shutdown of the inverter.
Parameter 3 defines the ratio between
the output voltage and the output frequency (V/f pattern).
Output voltage
100 %
0
Output frequency (Hz)
You can set the inverter’s maximum output voltage with parameter 19, which should be set to the
maximum output voltage allowed for the motor (this can be found on the motor’s rating plate).
6.2.4
Multi-speed settings (parameters 4 – 6)
A limited number of preset speeds is quite adequate for many applications. This can be
achieved without the need for analog setpoint signals. Instead, you enter fixed setpoint values in
these parameters and activate them with ON/OFF signals applied to the inverter’s terminals.
All the inverters described in this guide allow selection of up to 15 frequency setpoint values
(corresponding to 15 speeds) via terminals RH, RM, RL and REX. The inverter must be in external operation mode for this to be possible, of course.
Example for connection of the inverter’s
RH, RM, RL and REX terminals.
Forward
The frequency (speed) settings can be
selected with relay output signals from a
programmable logic controller (PLC).
Speed settings
The first three frequency settings are entered in parameters 4 through 6. Further fixed speed
settings (4 – 16) can be stored in additional parameters. See your frequency inverter’s documentation for further details.
As the graphic below shows, you can select up to seven frequency setpoint values by applying
combinations of signals to terminals RH, RM and RL. The first three values are selected with single terminals, the remaining values with combinations.
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The Basic Parameters in Detail
Setpoint 1 (RH, Parameter 4)
Output frequency (Hz)
Setpoint 5
Setpoint 6
Setpoint 2 (RM, Parameter 5)
Setpoint 4
Setpoint 3
(RL, Pr. 6)
Setpoint 7
t
RH
RM
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
RL
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
t
ON
REX
Eight additional frequency settings (8 through 15) can be achieved by using the REX terminal as
well:
Setpoint 10
Setpoint 11
Output frequency (Hz)
Setpoint 12
Setpoint 9
Setpoint 13
Setpoint 8
Setpoint 14
Setpoint 15
ON
RH
RM
ON
RL
REX
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
t
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
Important information for using preset frequency settings (speeds):
쎲 If only parameters 4, 5 and 6 are used for speed settings the terminals have the following
automatic priority if two speeds are accidentally selected at the same time: RL before RM
and RM before RH.
쎲 You can also change the parameter values while the inverter is operating.
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The Basic Parameters in Detail
6.2.5
Parameter
Acceleration and deceleration times (parameters 7 and 8)
One of the big advantages of frequency inverters is that they can accelerate and slow down the
connected motor gradually. Electric motors connected directly to the mains power accelerate up
to their maximum speed very rapidly; this is often not desirable, particularly for machines with
delicate mechanical parts.
Parameters 7 and 8 allow you to adjust the acceleration and deceleration times. The parameter
value defines the acceleration or deceleration period. This means that the speed change per
unit of time gets smaller as you increase the value.
Output frequency (Hz)
Parameter 20
Constant speed
t
Acceleration time
(Pr. 7)
Deceleration time
(Pr. 8)
Parameter 7 sets the acceleration time for the drive. The value defines the time in seconds in
which the drive will be accelerated up from 0 Hz to the frequency preset in parameter 20.
Parameter 8 sets the deceleration time, which is the time in seconds in which the drive will be
slowed down to 0 Hz from the frequency preset in parameter 20.
6.2.6
Electronic thermal overload relay (parameter 9)
Mitsubishi’s frequency inverters have an internal electronic thermal overload relay to protect the
motor. The motor’s frequency and current are monitored in relation to its rated current and if the
values rise too high the protection function is activated. This function serves primarily to protect
the motor against overheating during operation at low speeds and high torques. The reduced
cooling function of the motor’s fan at low speeds and other factors are also taken into account.
Enter the motor’s rated current in parameter 9. You can find this value on the motor’s rating
plate.
You can deactivate the thermal overload relay by setting parameter 9 to “0” (for example if you
are using an external motor protection device or if multiple motors are connected to the inverter).
Deactivating the relay will not turn off the overload protection feature for the frequency inverter’s
own transistors.
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6.2.7
The Basic Parameters in Detail
Operation mode selection (parameter 79)
Parameter 79 sets the operation mode of the frequency inverter. You can set it for operation via
external signals, an integrated or external control unit (PU mode), a combination of external signals and PU mode or via a network connection.
쎲 Select external operation mode if you want to control the inverter primarily with signals
applied to the control terminals, for example with potentiometers and switches or with a
PLC.
쎲 Select PU mode if you want to start the motor and set the speed via the internal or external
control unit or via the PU interface.
쎲 Select network mode (NET) for operation via RS-485 communication or an optional communication module (except FR-D700).
Parameter 79
0
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Description
At power on, the inverter is places in the external operation mode. Use the key on the control
unit to switch between external control and control from the control unit. (Details of this modes
are described in this table for the settings "1" and "2".)
Operation Mode
Setting of the output
frequency
Start signal
1
Control unit mode
With control unit
RUN (FWD, REV) key of the
control unit
2
External control mode
External signal input (e.g. terminals 2 (4)-5, multi-speed
setting)
External signal input (terminal
STF or STR)
3
Combined mode 1
With control unit or external
signal input (e.g. terminals 2
(4)-5, multi-speed setting)
External signal input (terminal
STF or STR)
4
Combined mode 2
External signal input (e.g. terminals 2 (4)-5, multi-speed
setting)
RUN (FWD, REV) key of the
control unit
6
Switch-over mode
Switch among parameter unit, external control and control via a network while keeping the
same operation status.
7
External control (Enable/Disable switch-over to the parameter unit mode )
X12 signal ON: Operation mode can be switched to the parameter unit mode (output stop
during external control)
X12 signal OFF: Operation mode can not be switched to the parameter unit mode
You must also set the appropriate parameters to assign signal X12 to an input terminal on
the inverter. See the documentation of your inverter for details.
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Parameter
Mode 0 (external operation, switchable to control unit)
Mode 2 (external operation, non-switchable)
When parameter 79 is set to “0” or “2” external operation mode is activated when the power supply is switched on. It is not generally possible to adjust parameters while the unit is in this mode.
If you do not often need to adjust parameters you can prevent switching to control unit mode by
setting parameter 79 to “2”.
However, if you often need to change parameter settings you should set parameter 79 to “0” so
that you can switch back to control unit mode (PU mode) by pressing PU/EXT on the internal or
external control unit. Parameters can be entered and edited in PU mode. When you have finished making your settings you can then press PU/EXT again to switch back to external mode.
When the inverter is in external mode start commands are executed with signals applied to terminals STF (forward) and STR (reverse). The frequency/speed can be set with an analog signal
(current or voltage) or by selecting preset speed settings on terminals RH, RM and RL.
Operation mode 1 (PU – control unit mode)
When parameter 79 is set to “1” the inverter switches to control unit mode when it is powered up
and it can be operated with the keys on the integrated control unit or the external control unit.
When mode 1 is set it is not possible to switch the operating mode by pressing the PU/EXT key.
Operation mode 3 (combined mode 1)
Select this combined mode when you want to set the speed frequency with the control unit (Digital Dial) and use the external terminals for the motor start signals.
You cannot switch the operating mode with the PU/EXT key in this mode.
You can also use external signals to set the speed. If an external speed setting signal is used it
has higher priority than the frequency setting on the control unit.
Mode 4 (combined mode 2)
Select this combined mode when you want to activate the start signals with the control unit and
set the speed frequency with an external potentiometer or the speed setting parameters.
Here too, you cannot switch modes with the PU/EXT key.
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Protective and Diagnostics Functions
The Mitsubishi Electric inverters of the FR-D700, FR-E700, FR-F700 and FR-A700 series have
many functions that protect both the inverter itself and the connected motor against damage
when errors occur. If a serious error triggers a protective function the inverter output is turned off,
the motor coasts to a stop and an error code is displayed on the control unit. It is then usually
easy to localise the cause of the problem with the help of the error code and the troubleshooting
information in the inverter documentation. Further assistance is always available from
Mitsubishi Electric service if necessary.
Please note the following important points for dealing with error codes:
쎲 Power is needed to store error codes
Error codes can only be output after an error occurs if the inverter’s power supply remains
on. For example, if the power is switched on by a contactor that trips when a protective function activates the error codes cannot be stored and will be lost.
쎲 Error code display
When a protective function activates the appropriate error code is automatically displayed
on the control unit.
쎲 Resetting after activation of protective functions
When a critical protective function activates the inverter’s power output is disabled, cutting
off the power to the connected motor, which then coasts to a halt. The inverter cannot be
restarted until the protective functions have been reset with a RESET command.
When an error occurs you should always first localise and correct the cause. Only reset the
inverter and continue normal operation when you are sure that the problem has been
resolved.
The error codes that can be displayed can be divided into four basic categories:
– Error messages
Error messages are normally caused by operator or configuration errors. These codes do
not disable the inverter’s power output.
– Warnings
Warnings also do not disable inverter’s power output – here too, the motor continues to run.
However, if you ignore a warning and fail to correct the cause it can lead to a critical error.
– Minor errors
Minor errors do not disable the inverter output.
– Critical errors
Critical errors are errors that activate the inverter’s protective functions, which include disabling the power output and switching off the connected motor.
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Troubleshooting
7.1
Protective and Diagnostics Functions
Troubleshooting
When an error occurs or you experience some other problem with operation you can often diagnose the cause from the behaviour of the motor and/or the inverter.
Error
Possible cause
Check points / Remedy
Motor does not rotate as
commanded.
Main circuit or motor are
not connected properly.
Are the terminals L1 and N (or L1, L3 and L3) connected
properly? Is the proper power supply voltage applied?
Are the terminals U, V and W wired properly?
Check that the jumper across P1 and P/+ resp. P1 and +
is connected.
Missing or wrong input
signals
Check that the start signal is input.
Check that both the forward and reverse rotation start
signals are not input simultaneously.
Check that the frequency setting signal is not zero.
Check that the AU signal is on when the frequency setting signal is 4 to 20mA.
Check that the output stop signal (MRS) or reset signal
(RES) is not on.
Check that the sink or source jumper connector is fitted
securely.
Incorrect parameter settings
Check that the setting of Pr. 79 is correct.
Load
Check that the load is not too heavy.
Check that frequency settings of each running frequency
(such as multi-speed operation or Pr. 1) are not zero.
Check that the shaft is not locked.
Motor rotates in opposite
direction
Other
Is a error message displayed (e. g. OC1)?
Wrong phase sequence
Check that the phase sequence of output terminals U, V
and W is correct.
Start signal
Check that the start signals (forward rotation, reverse rotation) are connected properly.
Incorrect rotation signal
Speed greatly differs from Frequency setting signal
the setting
Acceleration/deceleration
is not smooth
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Check that the frequency setting signal is correct. (Measure the input signal level.)
Incorrect parameter settings
Check the setting of the parameters 1, 2, and 19.
External noise
Check that the input signal lines are not affected by
external noise. (Use shielded cables)
Load
Check that the load is not too heavy.
Incorrect settings for
acceleration/deceleration
time
Check that the acceleration and deceleration time settings are not too short (Pr. 7 and 8). Increase this values.
Load
Check that the load is not too heavy.
Torque boost
Check that the torque boost setting is not too large to
activate the stall function.
Motor current is large
Load
Check that the load is not too heavy.
Torque boost
Check that the Pr. 0 Torque boost setting is appropriate.
Speed does not increase
Maximum frequency
Check that the maximum frequency (Pr. 1) setting is correct.
Load
Check that the load is not too heavy.
Torque boost
Check that the torque boost setting is not too large to
activate the stall function.
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Error
Troubleshooting
Possible cause
Speed varies during oper- Load
ation
Input signals
Check points / Remedy
Check that the load is not varying.
Check that the frequency setting signal is not varying.
Check that the frequency setting signal is not affected by
noise.
Check for a malfunction due to undesirable currents
when the transistor output unit is connected.
Operation mode is not
changed properly
Other
Check that the wiring length is not too long.
Start signal is ON
Check that the STF or STR signal is OFF. When it is on,
the operation mode cannot be changed.
Parameter setting
Check the Pr. 79 setting. When the Pr. 79 setting is "0"
(initial value), the inverter is placed in the external operation mode at input power-on. Use the PU/EXT key to
switch to the control unit mode. For a description of the
operation mode selection please refer to 6.2.7.
Operation panel display is Connection between terminals PC and SD
not operating
Parameter write cannot
be performed
The terminals PC and SD must not be connected.
Jumper across P1 and
P/+ resp. +
Check that the jumper across P1 and P/+ resp. P1 and +
is connected.
Start signal lis ON
Make sure that operation is not being performed (signal
STF or STR is not ON).
SET key
(WRITE key)
Press the SET key (parameter unit FR-DU07)
respectively the WRITE key (parameter unit
FR-PU04/FR-PU07) to save the parameter settings.
Parameter setting
Check that the parameter settings are inside the setting
ranges.
Make sure that you are not attempting to set the parameter in the external operation mode (Pr. 79, section 6.2.7).
Motor generates abnormal noise
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Parameter setting
Check that the deceleration time is not too short (Pr. 8).
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List of Alarm Displays
7.2
Protective and Diagnostics Functions
List of Alarm Displays
Classification
Operation Panel Indication
FR-D700
FR-E700
FR-F700
FR-A700
Plaintext
Meaning
E---
Faults history
HOLD
Operation panel lock
ER1
ER2
ER3
ER4
Parameter write error
rE1
rE2
rE3
rE2
Copy operation error
Err.
Error (e. g. incorrect parameter)
OL
Stall prevention (overcurrent)
oL
Stall prevention (overvoltage)
RB
Regenerative brake prealarm
TH
Electronic thermal relay function
prealarm
PS
Inverter has been stopped from
PU
MT
Maintenance signal output
CP
Parameter copy
SL
Speed limit indication (Output
during speed limit)
FN
Fan fault
Error
messages
—
—
Warnings
Minor error
7-4
—
—
—
—
—
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Classification
List of Alarm Displays
Operation Panel Indication
FR-D700
—
FR-E700
FR-F700
FR-A700
Meaning
E.OC1
Overcurrent shut-off during
acceleration
E.OC2
Overcurrent shut-off during constant speed
E.OC3
Overcurrent shut-off during
deceleration or stop
E.OV1
Regenerative overvoltage
shut-off during acceleration
E.OV2
Regenerative overvoltage
shut-off during constant speed
E.OV3
Regenerative overvoltage
shut-off during deceleration or
stop
E.THT
Inverter overload shut-off (electronic thermal relay function)
E.THM
Motor overload shut-off (electronic thermal relay function)
E.FIN
Fin overheat
E.IPF
Instantaneous power failure
E.ILF
Input phase failure
E.OLT
Stall prevention
E.BE
Brake transistor alarm detection
E.UVT
Undervoltage
E.GF
Output side earth (ground) fault
overcurrent
E.LF
Output phase failure
E.OHT
External thermal relay operation
—
E.PTC
PTC thermistor operation
—
E.OPT
Option alarm
—
Critical error
—
Plaintext
—
—
E.OP1
Communication option alarm
—
—
—
—
—
—
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—
E.OP3
E.1
E.2
E.3
Option alarm (e. g. connection
error)
E.6
E.7
E.CPU
CPU error
E.11
Opposite rotation deceleration
error
E.13
Internal circuit error
E.PE
Parameter storage device alarm
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Classification
Protective and Diagnostics Functions
Operation Panel Indication
FR-D700
FR-E700
FR-F700
FR-A700
—
Plaintext
Meaning
E.PE2
Parameter storage device alarm
E.PUE
PU disconnection
쎲 Operation panel power supply
—
E.CTE
—
short circuit
쎲 RS-485 terminal power supply
short circuit
—
Critical error
—
Retry count excess
—
E.P24
24 V DC power output short
circuit
—
E.CDO
Output current detection value
exceeded
E.IOH
Inrush current limit circuit alarm
E.SER
Communication error (inverter)
E.AIE
Analog input error
—
—
—
—
E.OS
Overspeed occurence
—
—
—
E.OSD
Speed deviation excess detection
—
—
—
E.ECT
Signal loss detection
—
—
—
E.OD
Excessive position error
—
to
—
E.MB1/4
to
E.MB7
Brake sequence error
—
—
—
E.EP
Encoder phase error
—
E.USB
USB communication error
—
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E.RET
to
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7.3
Resetting the Inverter
Resetting the Inverter
After you have located and corrected the cause of a shutdown you need to reset the inverter so
that normal operation can continue. In addition to clearing the error history, executing a RESET
also clears the stored record of the number of restart attempts and the stored values registered
for the electronic thermal overload relay.
Up to three different ways to reset the inverter are available:
쎲 Reset by pressing a key on the integrated or external control unit.
After a serious error or triggering of a protective function you can reset the inverter by
pressing the STOP/RESET key.
쎲 Reset by switching the power supply to the inverter off and on again.
쎲 Reset with an external RESET-Signal
You can reset by briefly (but at least 0.1s) connecting terminals RES and SD (negative
switching logic) or RES and PC (positive logic). Never make a permanent connection
between the RES terminal and the SD or PC terminal!
Inverter
RESET
RES
This example shows how to wire the RES
terminal for positive logic.
Instead of a pushbutton you can also use
a contactor controlled by PLC (programmable logic controller).
PC
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Appendix
Parameter List (FR-D700)
A
Appendix
A.1
Parameter List
This reference section lists all the parameters supported in each series of Mitsubishi Electric
inverters. Please see the documentation of your inverter for more detailed descriptions of each
parameter.
A.1.1
Parameter
FR-D700
Name
Setting Range
Initial
Value
0–30%
6/4/3% 햲
0
Torque boost
1
Maximum frequency
0–120Hz
120Hz
2
Minimum frequency
0–120Hz
0Hz
3
Base frequency
0–400Hz
50Hz
4
Multi-speed setting
(high speed) - RH
0–400Hz
50Hz
5
Multi-speed setting
(middle speed) - RM
0–400Hz
30Hz
6
Multi-speed setting
(low speed) - RL
0–400Hz
10Hz
7
Acceleration time
0–3600s
5s/10s 햲
5s/10s
햲
8
Deceleration time
0–3600s
9
Electronic thermal O/L
relay
0–500A
10
DC injection brake
operation frequency
11
DC injection brake
operation time
12
DC injection brake
operation voltage
0–30%
13
Starting frequency
0–60Hz
0.5Hz
14
Load pattern selection
0/1/2/3
15
Jog frequency
16
Jog acceleration/
deceleration time
17
MRS input selection
18
Parameter
Name
24-27
Multi-speed setting
(speed 4 to speed 7)
Setting Range
Initial
Value
0–400Hz/9999
9999
29
Acceleration/deceleration
pattern selection
0/1/2
0
30
Regenerative function
selection
0/1/2
0
31
Frequency jump 1A
0–400Hz/9999
9999
32
Frequency jump 1B
0–400Hz/9999
9999
33
Frequency jump 2A
0–400Hz/9999
9999
34
Frequency jump 2B
0–400Hz/9999
9999
35
Frequency jump 3A
0–400Hz/9999
9999
36
Frequency jump 3B
0–400Hz/9999
9999
Rated
inverter
current
37
Speed display
0/0.01–9998
0
40
RUN key rotation direction
selection
0/1
0
0–120Hz
3Hz
41
Up-to-frequency sensitivity
0–100%
10%
42
Output frequency detection
0–400Hz
6Hz
0–10s
0.5s
43
Output frequency detection
for reverse rotation
0–400Hz/9999
9999
44
Second acceleration/
deceleration time
0–3600s
5s/10s 햲
1
45
Second deceleration time
0–3600s/9999
9999
0–400Hz
5Hz
46
Second torque boost
0–30%/9999
9999
0–3600s
0.5s
47
Second V/F
(base frequency)
0–400Hz/9999
9999
0/2/4
0
48
0–120%
110%
High speed maximum
frequency
Second stall prevention
operation current
120–400Hz
120Hz
51
Second electronic thermal
O/L relay
0–500A, 9999
9999
19
Base frequency voltage
0–1000V/
8888 햳/9999 햴
52
1–400Hz
50Hz
DU/PU main display data
selection
0/5/8–12/14/20/
23–25/52–55/61/
62/64/100
0
20
Acceleration/deceleration
reference frequency
22
Stall prevention operation
level
0–200%
150%
55
Frequency monitoring
reference
0–400Hz
50Hz
23
Stall prevention operation
level compensation factor
at double speed
0–200%/9999
9999
56
Current monitoring
reference
0–500A
Rated
inverter
current
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6/4%
햲
8888
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Parameter List (FR-D700)
Parameter
Appendix
Name
Setting Range
Initial
Value
57
Restart coasting time
0, 0.1–5s/9999 햲
9999
58
Restart cushion time
0–60s
1s
59
Remote function selection
0/1/2/3
60
Energy saving control
selection
0/9
0–5
Parameter
Name
Setting Range
Initial
Value
0–400Hz
50Hz
0–400Hz/9999
9999
126
Terminal 4 frequency setting gain frequency
0
127
PID control automatic
switchover frequency
0
128
PID action selection
0/20/21/40–43
0
129
PID proportional band
0.1–1000%/9999
100%
130
PID integral time
0.1–3600s/9999
1s
131
PID upper limit
0–100%/9999
9999
132
PID lower limit
0–100%/9999
9999
PID action set point
0–100%/9999
9999
65
Retry selection
66
Stall prevention operation
reduction starting
frequency
0
0–400Hz
67
Number of retries at fault
occurrence
0–10/101–110
0
133
68
Retry waiting time
0.1–600s
1s
134
PID differential time
0.01–10.00s/9999
9999
0–7
1
50Hz
69
Retry count display erase
0
0
145
PU display language
selection
70
Special regenerative brake
duty
0–30%
0%
146
Parameter for manufacturer setting. Do not set.
71
Applied motor
0/1/3/13/23/
40/43/50/53
0
150
Output current detection
level
0–200%
150%
72
PWM frequency selection
0–15
1
151
Output current detection
signal delay time
0–10s
0s
73
Analog input selection
0/1/10/11
1
74
Input filter time constant
0–8
1
152
Zero current detection
level
0–200%
5%
Reset selection/disconnected PU detection/PU
stop selection
153
Zero current detection time
0–1s
0.5s
75
0–3/14–17
14
156
Stall prevention operation
selection
0–31/100/101
0
77
Parameter write selection
0/1/2
0
78
Reverse rotation prevention selection
0/1/2
0
79
Operation mode selection
80
Motor capacity
82
Motor excitation current
83
Motor rated voltage
84
Rated motor frequency
90
Motor constant (R1)
96
0/1/2/3/4/6/7
0
0.1–7.5kW/9999
9999
0–500A/9999
9999
0–1000V
200V/
400V 햵
157
OL signal output timer
0–25s/ 9999
0s
158
AM terminal function
selection
1–3/5/8–12/14/21/
24/52/53/61/62
1
160
Extended function display
selection
0/9999
9999
161
Frequency setting/key lock
operation selection
0/1/10/11
0
162
Automatic restart after
instantaneous power
failure selection
0/1/10/11
1
165
Stall prevention operation
level for restart
0–200%
150%
10–120Hz
50Hz
0–50W/9999
9999
Auto tuning setting/status
0/11/21
0
117
PU communication station
number
0–31
(0–247)
0
166
Output current detection
signal retention time
0–10s/9999
0.1s
118
PU communication speed
48/96/192/384
192
167
Output current detection
operation selection
0/1
0
119
PU communication stop
bit length
0/1/10/11
1
168
120
PU communication parity
check
0/1/2
2
121
Number of PU communication retries
0–10/9999
122
PU communication check
time interval
123
169
Parameter for manufacturer setting. Do not set.
170
Watt-hour meter clear
1
171
Operation hour meter clear
0/0.1–999.8s/
9999
9999
178
PU communication waiting
time setting
0–150ms/9999
9999
179
124
PU communication CR/LF
selection
0/1/2
1
125
Terminal 2 frequency setting gain frequency
0–400Hz
50Hz
A-2
0/10/9999
9999
0/9999
9999
STF terminal function
selection
0–5/7/8/10/12/14/
16/18/24/25/37/
60/62/65–67/9999
60
STR terminal function
selection
0–5/7/8/10/12/14/
16/18/24/25/37/
61/62/65–67/9999
61
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Parameter
Name
180
RL terminal function selection
181
RM terminal function
selection
182
190
Parameter List (FR-D700)
Setting Range
0–5/7/8/10/12/14/
16/18/24/25/37/
62/65–67/9999
RH terminal function
selection
RUN terminal function
selection
Initial
Value
Parameter
0
268
1
0
0/1/3/4/7/8/11–16/
25/26/46/47/64/
70/90/91/95/96/
98/99/100/101/
103/104/107/108/
111–116/125/126/
146/147/164/170/
190/191/195/196/
198/199/9999
2
0–400Hz/9999
9999
Soft-PWM operation
selection
0/1
1
241
Analog input display unit
switchover
0/1
0
244
Cooling fan operation
selection
0/1
1
245
Rated slip
0–50%/9999
9999
192
232–239
240
ABC terminal function
selection
Multi-speed setting
(speed 8 to speed 15)
246
Slip compensation time
constant
247
0.01–10s
0.5s
Constant-power range slip
compensation selection
0/9999
9999
249
Earth (ground) fault detection at start
0/1
0
250
Stop selection
0–100s/
1000–1100s/
8888/9999
9999
Monitor decimal digits
selection
Setting Range
Initial
Value
0/1/9999
9999
269
Parameter for manufacturer setting. Do not set.
295
Magnitude of frequency
change setting
296
0/0.01/0.10/
1.00/10.00
0
Password lock level
1–6/101–106/
9999
9999
297
Password lock/unlock
1000–9998/
(0–5)/(9999)
9999
298
Frequency search gain
0–32767/9999
9999
299
Rotation direction detection selection at restarting
0/1/9999
9999
338
Communication operation
command source
0/1
0
339
Communication speed
command source
0/1/2
0
340
Communication startup
mode selection
0/1/10
0
342
Communication EEPROM
write selection
0/1
0
343
Communication error
count
—
0
450
Second applied motor
0/1/9999
9999
495
Remote output selection
0/1/10/11
0
496
Remote output data 1
0–4095
0
502
Stop mode selection at
communication error
0/1/2
0
0 (1–9998)
0
0–9998/9999
9999
0/1
0
2
0/1/3/4/7/8/11–16/
25/26/46/47/64/
70/90/91/93/95/
96/98/99/100/101/
103/104/107/108/
111–116/125/126/
146/147/164//170/
190/191/193/195/
196/198/199/9999
Name
503
Maintenance timer
504
Maintenance timer alarm
output set time
549
Protocol selection
551
PU mode operation command source selection
2/4/9999
9999
555
Current average time
0.1–1.0s
1s
556
Data output mask time
0–20s
0s
557
Current average value
monitor signal output reference current
0–500A
Rated
inverter
current
0.5–30kW/9999
9999
251
Output phase loss protection selection
0/1
1
255
Life alarm status display
(0–15)
0
561
PTC thermistor protection
level
256
Inrush current limit circuit
life display
(0–100%)
100%
563
Energization time
carrying-over times
(0–65535)
0
257
Control circuit capacitor
life display
(0–100%)
100%
564
Operating time
carrying-over times
(0–65535)
0
258
Main circuit capacitor life
display
(0–100%)
100%
571
Holding time at a start
0.0–10.0s/9999
9999
Main circuit capacitor life
measuring
575
0/1
0
0–3600s/
9999
1s
259
Output interruption
detection time
260
PWM frequency automatic
switchover
0/1
0
576
Output interruption
detection level
0–400Hz
0Hz
261
Power failure stop
selection
0/1/2
0
577
Output interruption cancel
level
900–1100%
1000%
267
Terminal 4 input selection
0/1/2
0
592
Traverse function selection
0/1/2
0
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Parameter List (FR-D700)
Parameter
Name
Appendix
Setting Range
Initial
Value
Parameter
Name
Setting Range
Initial
Value
593
Maximum amplitude
amount
0–25%
10%
C1
(901)
AM terminal calibration
—
—
594
Amplitude compensation
amount during
deceleration
0–50%
10%
C2
(902)
Terminal 2 frequency
setting bias frequency
0–400Hz
0Hz
595
Amplitude compensation
amount during
acceleration
0–50%
10%
C3
(902)
Terminal 2 frequency setting bias
0–300%
0%
Amplitude acceleration
time
5s
Terminal 2 frequency
setting gain frequency
50Hz
0.1–3600s
125
(903)
0–400Hz
596
597
Amplitude deceleration
time
0.1–3600s
5s
C4
(903)
Terminal 2 frequency
setting gain
0–300%
100%
611
Acceleration time at a
restart
0–3600s/9999
9999
C5
(904)
Terminal 4 frequency
setting bias frequency
0–400Hz
0Hz
653
Speed smoothing control
0–200%
0
Terminal 4 frequency
setting bias
0–300%
20%
665
Regeneration avoidance
frequency gain
C6
(904)
0–200%
100%
50Hz
0/1
0
Terminal 4 frequency
setting gain frequency
0–400Hz
872
Input phase loss
protection selection 햶
126
(905)
0
Terminal 4 frequency
setting gain
100%
0/1/2
C7
(905)
0–300%
882
Regeneration avoidance
operation selection
883
Regeneration avoidance
operation level
300–800V
400V DC/
780V DC 햵
Parameter for manufacturer setting. Do not set.
885
Regeneration avoidance
compensation frequency
limit value
0–10Hz/9999
6Hz
C22
(922)
–
C25
(923)
886
Regeneration avoidance
voltage gain
0–200%
990
100%
888
Free parameter 1
0–9999
9999
889
Free parameter 2
0–9999
9999
891
Cumulative power monitor
digit shifted times
0–4/9999
9999
991
PU buzzer control
PU contrast adjustment
0/1
1
0–63
58
Pr.CL
Parameter clear
0/1
0
ALLC
All parameter clear
0/1
0
Er.CL
Faults history clear
0/1
0
PR.CH
Initial value change list
0
0
Remarks:
햲
햴
햴
햵
햶
A-4
Differ according to capacities.
When the value “8888” is set, the maximum output voltage is 95% of the input voltage.
When the value “9999” is set, the maximum output voltage equals the input voltage.
The initial value differs according to the voltage class.
Available only for the three-phase power input specification model.
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A.1.2
Parameter
Parameter List (FR-E700)
FR-E700
Name
Setting Range
Initial
Value
Parameter
0–30%
6/4/3/2% 햲
Name
Setting Range
Initial
Value
0
Torque boost
35
Frequency jump 3A
0–400Hz/9999
9999
1
Maximum frequency
0–120Hz
120Hz
36
Frequency jump 3B
0–400Hz/9999
9999
2
Minimum frequency
0–120Hz
0Hz
37
Speed display
0/0.01–9998
0
3
Base frequency
0–400Hz
50Hz
40
RUN key rotation direction
selection
0/1
0
4
Multi-speed setting
(high speed) - RH
0–400Hz
50Hz
41
Up-to-frequency sensitivity
0–100%
10%
5
Multi-speed setting
(middle speed) - RM
0–400Hz
30Hz
42
Output frequency detection
0–400Hz
6Hz
Multi-speed setting
(low speed) - RL
43
9999
0–400Hz
10Hz
Output frequency detection
for reverse rotation
0–400Hz/9999
6
7
Acceleration time
0–3600s/360s
5/10/15s 햲
44
Second acceleration/
deceleration time
0–3600s/360s
5/10/15s 햲
8
Deceleration time
0–3600s/360s
5/10/15s 햲
45
Second deceleration time
0–3600s/360s/
9999
9999
0–500A
Rated
inverter
current 햵
0–30%/9999
9999
0–400Hz/9999
9999
0–120%
110%
9
Electronic thermal O/L
relay
10
DC injection brake
operation frequency
11
DC injection brake
operation time
12
DC injection brake
operation voltage
0–30%
13
Starting frequency
0–60Hz
0.5Hz
14
Load pattern selection
0/1/2/3
1
15
Jog frequency
0–400Hz
5Hz
16
Jog acceleration/
deceleration time
0–3600s/360s
0.5s
0–120Hz
0–10s
4/2%
햲
0/2/4
0
18
High speed maximum
frequency
120–400Hz
120Hz
19
Base frequency voltage
0–1000V/
8888 햳/9999 햴
8888
20
Acceleration/deceleration
reference frequency
1–400Hz
50Hz
21
Acceleration/deceleration
time increments
0/1
0
22
Stall prevention operation
level
0–200%
Stall prevention operation
level compensation factor
at double speed
0–200%/9999
9999
Multi-speed setting
(speed 4 to speed 7)
0–400Hz/9999
9999
Acceleration/deceleration
pattern selection
0/1/2
0
30
Regenerative function
selection
0/1/2
0
31
Frequency jump 1A
0–400Hz/9999
9999
32
Frequency jump 1B
0–400Hz/9999
9999
33
Frequency jump 2A
0–400Hz/9999
9999
Frequency jump 2B
0–400Hz/9999
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Second stall prevention
operation current
51
Second electronic thermal
O/L relay
0–500A/9999
9999
52
DU/PU main display data
selection
0/5/7–12/14/20/
23–25/52–57/61/
62/100
0
55
Frequency monitoring
reference
0–400Hz
50Hz
56
Current monitoring
reference
0–500A
Rated
inverter
current
57
Restart coasting time
0/0.1–5s/9999 햲
9999
58
Restart cushion time
0–60s
1s
59
Remote function selection
0/1/2/3
0
60
Energy saving control
selection
0/9
0
61
Reference current
0–500A/9999
9999
62
Reference value at
acceleration
0–200%/9999
9999
63
Reference value at
deceleration
0–200%/9999
9999
65
Retry selection
0–5
0
66
Stall prevention operation
reduction starting
frequency
0–400Hz
50Hz
67
Number of retries at alarm
occurrence
0–10/101–110
0
68
Retry waiting time
0.1–360s
1s
150%
29
34
47
0.5s
MRS input selection
24-27
Second torque boost
Second V/F
(base frequency)
3Hz
17
23
46
9999
69
Retry count display erase
0
0
70
Special regenerative brake
duty
0–30%
0%
71
Applied motor
0/1–3–6/13–16/
23/24/40/43/44/
50/53/54
0
A-5
Parameter List (FR-E700)
Parameter
Name
Appendix
Setting Range
Initial
Value
Parameter
0–15
1
131
PID upper limit
Name
Setting Range
Initial
Value
0–100%/9999
9999
72
PWM frequency selection
73
Analog input selection
0/1/10/11
1
132
PID lower limit
0–100%/9999
9999
74
Input filter time constant
0–8
1
133
PID action set point
0–100%/9999
9999
Reset selection/disconnected PU detection/PU
stop selection
134
PID differential time
0.01–10.00s/9999
9999
75
0–3/14–17
14
145
PU display language
selection
0–7
1
146
Parameter for manufacturer setting. Do not make setting.
147
Acceleration/deceleration
switching frequency
0–400Hz/9999
9999
150
Output current detection
level
0–200%
150%
151
Output current detection
signal delay time
0–10s
0s
152
Zero current detection
level
0–200%
5%
153
Zero current detection time
0–1s
0.5s
156
Stall prevention operation
selection
0–31/100/101
0
77
Parameter write selection
0/1/2
0
78
Reverse rotation prevention selection
0/1/2
0
79
Operation mode selection
80
Motor capacity
81
0/1/2/3/4/6/7
0
0.1–15kW/9999
9999
Number of motor poles
2/4/6/8/10/12/
14/16/18/20/9999
9999
82
Motor excitation current
0–500A/9999 햶
9999
83
Motor rated voltage
0–1000V
400V
84
Rated motor frequency
10–120Hz
50Hz
89
Speed control gain
(advanced magnetic flux
vector)
0–200%/9999
9999
90
Motor constant (R1)
0–50W/9999 햶
9999
91
Motor constant (R2)
0–50W/9999
92
Motor constant (L1)
93
Motor constant (L2)
햶
9999
0–1000mH/
햶
9999
9999
0–25s/ 9999
0s
158
1–3/5/7–12/14/21/
24/52/53/61/62
1
160
User group read selection
0/1/9999
9999
161
Frequency setting/key lock
operation selection
0/1/10/11
0
162
Automatic restart after
instantaneous power failure selection
0/1/10/11
1
165
Stall prevention operation
level for restart
0–200%
150%
94
Motor constant (X)
96
Auto tuning setting/status
0/1/11/21
117
PU communication station
number
0–31
(0–247)
0
118
PU communication speed
48/96/192/384
192
169
119
PU communication stop
bit length
0/1/10/11
1
170
Watt-hour meter clear
PU communication parity
check
171
120
0/1/2
2
121
Number of PU communication retries
0–10/9999
122
PU communication check
time interval
0/0.1–999.8 s/
9999
9999
123
PU communication waiting
time setting
0–150ms/9999
9999
124
PU communication CR/LF
selection
0/1/2
1
125
Terminal 2 frequency setting gain frequency
0–400Hz
50Hz
Terminal 4 frequency setting gain frequency
0–400Hz
126
127
128
0–1000%/9999
OL signal output timer
AM terminal function
selection
9999
0–1000mH/
햶
9999
햶
157
9999
0
168
1
0–400Hz/9999
9999
Operation hour meter clear
0/9999
9999
172
User group registered display/batch clear
(0–16)/9999
9999
173
User group registration
0–999/9999
9999
174
User group clear
0–999/9999
9999
178
STF terminal function
selection
0–5/7/8/10/12/
14–16/18/24/25/
60/62/65–67/9999
60
179
STR terminal function
selection
0–5/7/8/10/12/
14–16/18/24/25/
61/62/65–67/9999
61
180
RL terminal function selection
0
181
RM terminal function
selection
1
182
RH terminal function
selection
PID action selection
0/20/21/40–43/
50/51/60/61
0
183
MRS terminal function
selection
184
RES terminal function
selection
9999
129
PID proportional band
0.1–1000%/9999
100%
130
PID integral time
0.1–3600s/9999
1s
A-6
0/10/9999
50Hz
PID control automatic
switchover frequency
Parameter for manufacturer setting. Do not make setting.
0–5/7/8/10/12/
14–16/18/24/25/
62/65–67/9999
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Parameter
190
191
192
Name
Parameter List (FR-E700)
Setting Range
RUN terminal function
selection
0/1/3/4/7/8/
11–16/20/25/26/
46/47/64/90/91/
93/95/96/98/99/
100/101/103/104/
FU terminal function selec- 107/108/111–116/
120/125/126/146/
tion
147/164/190/191/
193/195/196/198/
199/9999
ABC terminal function
selection
Multi-speed setting
232–239
(speed 8 to speed 15)
Initial
Value
0
1
Parameter
Name
Setting Range
Initial
Value
0/1/2
0
0/1/9999
9999
267
Terminal 4 input selection
268
Monitor decimal digits
selection
269
Parameter for manufacturer setting. Do not make setting.
270
Stop-on contact control
selection
275
0/1
0
Stop-on contact excitation
current low-speed multiplying factor
0–300%/9999
9999
276
PWM carrier frequency at
stop-on contact
0–9/9999
9999
277
Stall prevention operation
current switchover
0/1
0
278
Brake opening frequency
0–30Hz
3Hz
279
Brake opening current
0–200%
130%
0/1/3/4/7/8/11–16/
20/25/26/46/47/
64/90/91/95/96/
98/99/100/101/
103/104/107/108/
111–116/120/125/
126/146/147/164/
190/191/195/196/
198/199/9999
2
0–400Hz/9999
9999
280
Brake opening current
detection time
0–2s
0.3s
0–5s
0.3s
0–30Hz
6Hz
0–5s
0.3s
0–100%
0%
0–1s
0.3s
0/1/7/8/11
0
240
Soft-PWM operation
selection
0/1
1
281
Brake operation time at
start
241
Analog input display unit
switch over
0/1
0
282
Brake operation frequency
244
Cooling fan operation
selection
0/1
1
283
Brake operation time at
stop
245
Rated slip
0–50%/9999
9999
286
Droop gain
246
Slip compensation time
constant
0.01–10s
0.5s
247
Constant-output region
slip compensation selection
0/9999
9999
249
Earth (ground) fault detection at start
0/1
0
250
Stop selection
0–100s/
1000–1100s/
8888/9999
9999
287
Droop filter time constant
292
Automatic acceleration/deceleration
293
Acceleration/deceleration
separate selection
0/1/2
0
295
Magnitude of frequency
change setting
0/0.01/0.10/
1.00/10.00
0
298
Frequency search gain
0–32767/9999
9999
299
Rotation direction detection selection at restarting
0/1/9999
9999
251
Output phase loss failure
protection selection
0/1
1
300
BCD input bias
255
Life alarm status display
(0–15)
0
301
BCD input gain
302
BIN input bias
303
BIN input gain
304
Digital input and analog
input compensation
enable/disable selection
305
Read timing operation
selection
256
Inrush current limit circuit
life display
(0–100%)
100%
257
Control circuit capacitor
life display
(0–100%)
100%
258
Main circuit capacitor life
display
(0–100%)
100%
259
Main circuit capacitor life
measuring
0/1
0
261
Power failure stop selection
0/1/2
0
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Parameter for option
FR-A7AX E kit
(16 bit digital input)
A-7
Parameter List (FR-E700)
Parameter
306
Name
Appendix
Setting Range
Initial
Value
Parameter
Initial
Value
Name
Setting Range
349
Communication reset
selection
Parameter for options FR-A7NC
E kit/FR-A7ND E kit/
FR-A7NL E kit/FR-A7NP E kit
(CC-Link and PROFIBUS/DP
communication option)
Analog output signal selection
307
Setting for zero analog
output
308
Setting for maximum analog output
387
Initial communication
delay time
309
Analog output signal voltage/current switch over
388
Send time interval at heart
beat
310
Analog meter voltage output selection
389
Minimum sending time at
heart beat
311
Setting for zero analog
meter voltage output
390
% setting reference frequency
312
Setting for maximum analog meter voltage output
391
Receive time interval at
heart beat
313
Y0 terminal function
selection
392
Event driven detection
width
314
Y1 terminal function
selection
450
Second applied motor
0/1/9999
9999
Y2 terminal function
selection
495
Remote output selection
0/1/10/11
0
315
496
Remote output data 1
0–4095
0
316
Y3 terminal function
selection
497
Remote output data 2
0–4095
0
Y4 terminal function
selection
500
317
Communication error execution waiting time
Y5 terminal function
selection
501
318
Communication error
occurrence count display
Y6 terminal function
selection
502
319
Stop mode selection at
communication error
320
RA1 terminal function
selection
321
RA2 terminal function
selection
322
RA3 terminal function
selection
323
AM0 0V adjustment
324
AM1 0mA adjustment
329
Digital input unit selection
338
Communication operation
command source
339
340
Parameter for option
FR-A7AY E kit
(Analog/digital output)
503
Maintenance timer
504
Maintenance timer alarm
output set time
541
Frequency command sign
selection
542
Communication station
number
Parameter for option
FR-A7AY E kit
(Analog/digital output)
543
Baud rate
544
CC-Link extended setting
Parameter for option
FR-A7AX E kit
(16 bit digital input)
547
USB communication station number
548
USB communication check
time interval
Parameter for option
FR-A7AR E kit
(Relay output)
0/1
0
Communication speed
command source
0/1/2
0
Communication start-up
mode selection
0/1/10
342
Communication E²PROM
write selection
0/1
0
343
Communication error
count
—
0
345
DeviceNet address
346
DeviceNet baud rate
A-8
Parameter for options
FR-A7NC E kit/FR-A7ND E kit/
FR-A7NL E kit/FR-A7NP E kit
0/1/2/3
0
0 (1–9998)
0
0–9998/9999
9999
Parameter for option
FR-A7NC E kit
(CC-Link communication)
0–31
0
0/0.1–999.8s/
9999
9999
549
Protocol selection
0/1
0
550
NET mode operation command source selection
0/2/9999
9999
551
PU mode operation command source selection
2/3/4/9999
9999
555
Current average time
0.1–1.0s
1s
0
Parameter for option
FR-A7ND E kit/FR-A7NCA kit
(DeviceNet communication
option)
Parameter for option
FR-A7NL E kit
(LONWORKS communication
option)
556
Data output mask time
557
Current average value
monitor signal output reference current
563
Energizing time
carrying-over times
0–20s
0s
0–500A
Rated
inverter
current
(0–65535)
0
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Parameter
Parameter List (FR-E700)
Name
Setting Range
Initial
Value
Parameter
Name
(0–65535)
0
C3
(902)
564
Operating time
carrying-over times
571
Holding time at a start
0.0–10.0s/9999
9999
611
Acceleration time at a
restart
0–3600s/9999
9999
645
AM 0V adjustment
970–1200
1000
653
Speed smoothing control
0–200%
0
665
Regeneration avoidance
frequency gain
0–200%
100%
800
Control method selection
20/30
20
Initial
Value
Terminal 2 frequency setting bias
0–300%
0%
125
(903)
Terminal 2 frequency setting gain frequency
0–400Hz
50Hz
C4
(903)
Terminal 2 frequency setting gain
0–300%
100%
C5
(904)
Terminal 4 frequency setting bias frequency
0–400Hz
0Hz
C6
(904)
Terminal 4 frequency setting bias
0–300%
20%
126
(905)
Terminal 4 frequency setting gain frequency
0–400Hz
50Hz
C7
(905)
Terminal 4 frequency setting gain
0–300%
100%
C22
(922)
–
C25
(923)
Parameter for manufacturer setting. Do not make setting.
859
Torque current
872
Input phase loss protection selection
0/1
0
882
Regeneration avoidance
operation selection
0/1/2
0
883
Regeneration avoidance
operation level
300–800V
780V DC
885
Regeneration avoidance
compensation frequency
limit value
0–10Hz/9999
6Hz
990
PU buzzer control
886
Regeneration avoidance
voltage gain
0–200%
100%
991
PU contrast adjustment
888
Free parameter 1
0–9999
9999
Pr.CL
889
Free parameter 2
0–9999
9999
ALLC
—
—
0–400Hz
0Hz
C1
(901)
AM terminal calibration
C2
(902)
Terminal 2 frequency setting bias frequency
0–500A/9999
햶
Setting Range
9999
0/1
1
0–63
58
Parameter clear
0/1
0
All parameter clear
0/1
0
Er.CL
Faults history clear
0/1
0
PR.CH
Initial value change list
0
0
Remarks:
햲
햴
햳
햵
햶
Differ according to capacities.
When the value “8888” is set, the maximum output voltage is 95% of the input voltage.
When the value “9999” is set, the maximum output voltage equals the input voltage.
The initial value of the FR-E740-026 or less is set to 85% of the rated inverter current.
The range differs according to the Pr. 71 setting.
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A-9
Parameter List (FR-F700)
A.1.3
Parameter
0
Appendix
FR-F700
Name
Torque boost
Setting Range
Initial
Value
Parameter
0–30%
6/4/3/
2/1.5/1% 햲
34
35
햲
Initial
Value
Frequency jump 2B
0–400Hz/9999
9999
Frequency jump 3A
0–400Hz/9999
9999
36
Frequency jump 3B
0–400Hz/9999
9999
37
Speed display
0/1–9998
0
41
Up-to-frequency sensitivity
0–100%
10%
1
Maximum frequency
0–120Hz
2
Minimum frequency
0–120Hz
0Hz
3
Base frequency
0–400Hz
50Hz
4
Multi-speed setting
(high speed) - RH
0–400Hz
50Hz
42
Output frequency detection
0–400Hz
6Hz
5
Multi-speed setting
(medium speed) - RM
0–400Hz
30Hz
43
Output frequency detection
for reverse rotation
0–400Hz/9999
9999
6
Multi-speed setting
(low speed) - RL
0–400Hz
10Hz
44
Second acceleration/deceleration time
0–3600/360s
5s
7
Acceleration time
0–3600/360s
5s/15s 햲
45
Second deceleration time
0–3600/360s/
9999
9999
46
Second torque boost
0–30%/9999
9999
47
Second V/F (base frequency)
0–400Hz/9999
9999
48
Second stall prevention
operation current
0–120%
110%
49
Second stall prevention
operation frequency
0–400Hz/9999
0Hz
50
Second output frequency
detection
0–400Hz
30Hz
51
Second electronic thermal
O/L relay
0–500A, 9999/
0–3600A, 9999 햲
9999
52
DU/PU main display data
selection
0/5/6/8–14/17/20/
23–25/50–57/100
0
54
CA terminal function
selection
1–3/5/6/8–14/17/
21/24/50/52/53,
1
55
Frequency monitoring
reference
0–400Hz
50Hz
56
Current monitoring
reference
0–500A/
햲
0–3600A
Rated
current
8
Deceleration time
9
Electronic thermal O/L
relay
10
0–3600/360s
120/60Hz
Setting Range
Name
10s/30s
햲
0–500/
0–3600A 햲
Rated output
current
DC injection brake operation frequency
0–120Hz/9999
3Hz
11
DC injection brake operation time
0–10s/8888
0.5s
12
DC injection brake operation voltage
0–30%
4/2/1% 햲
13
Starting frequency
0–60Hz
0.5Hz
14
Load pattern selection
0/1
1
15
Jog frequency
0–400Hz
5Hz
16
Jog acceleration/deceleration time
0–3600/360s
0.5s
17
MRS input selection
0/2
0
18
High speed maximum
frequency
120–400Hz
120/60Hz 햲
19
Base frequency voltage
0–1000V/
8888 햳/9999 햴
8888
20
Acceleration/deceleration
reference frequency
1–400Hz
50Hz
57
Restart coasting time
0, 0.1–5s, 9999/
0, 0.1–30s,
햲
9999
9999
21
Acceleration/deceleration
time increments
0/1
0
58
Restart cushion time
0–60s
1s
Stall prevention operation
level
59
Remote function selection
0/1/2/3
0
22
0–120%/9999
110%
60
0/4/9
0
23
Stall prevention operation
level compensation factor
at double speed
Energy saving control
selection
0–150%/9999
9999
65
Retry selection
0–5
0
Multi-speed setting 4th
speed to 7th speed
0–400Hz/9999
9999
66
Stall prevention operation
reduction starting frequency
0–400Hz
50Hz
67
Number of retries at alarm
occurrence
0–10/101–110
0
68
Retry waiting time
0–10s
1s
69
Retry count display erase
0
0
70
Special regenerative brake
duty
0–10%
0%
71
Applied motor
0/1/2/20
24-27
28
Multi-speed input compensation selection
0/1
0
29
Acceleration/deceleration
pattern selection
0–3
0
30
Regenerative function
selection
0/2
0/1/2
0
31
Frequency jump 1A
0–400Hz/9999
9999
32
Frequency jump 1B
0–400Hz/9999
9999
33
Frequency jump 2A
0–400Hz/9999
9999
A - 10
72
PWM frequency selection
0–15/0–6/25
0
햲
2
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Parameter
Name
Parameter List (FR-F700)
Setting Range
Initial
Value
Parameter
0–7/10–17
1
131
PID upper limit
0–8
1
132
PID lower limit
0–100%/9999
9999
133
PID action set point
0–100%/9999
9999
134
PID differential time
0.01–10.00s/9999
9999
135
Commercial power-supply
switchover sequence output terminal selection
0/1
0
136
MC switchover interlock
time
0–100s
1s
137
Start waiting time
0–100s
0.5s
138
Commercial power-supply
operation switchover
selection at an alarm
0/1
0
139
Automatic switchover frequency between inverter
and commercial
power-supply operation
0–60Hz/9999
9999
140
Backlash acceleration
stopping frequency
0–400Hz
1Hz
141
Backlash acceleration
stopping time
0–360s
0.5s
142
Backlash deceleration
stopping frequency
0–400Hz
1Hz
143
Backlash deceleration
stopping time
0–360s
0.5s
144
Speed setting switchover
0/2/4/6/8/10/102/
104/106/108/110
4
145
PU display language selection
0–7
1
148
Stall prevention level at
0 V input
0–120%
110%
149
Stall prevention level at
10 V input
0–120%
120%
150
Output current detection
level
0–120%
110%
151
Output current detection
signal delay time
0–10s
0s
152
Zero current detection
level
0–150%
5%
73
Analog input selection
74
Input filter time constant
75
Reset selection/disconnected PU detection/PU
stop selection
0–3/14–17/
100–103/114–117
14
76
Alarm code output selection
0/1/2
0
77
Parameter write selection
0/1/2
0
78
Reverse rotation prevention selection
0/1/2
0
79
Operation mode selection
0/1/2/3/4/6/7
0
80
Motor capacity
(simple magnetic flux vector control)
0.4–55kW, 9999/
0–3600kW,
9999 햲
9999
Name
Setting Range
Initial
Value
0–100%/9999
9999
90
Motor constant (R1)
0–50W, 9999/
0–400mW,
9999 햲
100
V/f1 (frequency)
0–400Hz/9999
9999
101
V/f1 (voltage)
0–1000V
0V
102
V/f2 (frequency)
0–400Hz/9999
9999
103
V/f2 (voltage)
0–1000V
0V
104
V/f3 (frequency)
0–400Hz/9999
9999
105
V/f3 (voltage)
0–1000V
0V
106
V/f4 (frequency)
0–400Hz/9999
9999
107
V/f4 (voltage)
0–1000V
0V
108
V/f5 (frequency)
0–400Hz/9999
9999
109
V/f5 (voltage)
0–1000V
0V
117
PU communication station
number
0–31
0
118
PU communication speed
48/96/192/384
192
119
PU communication stop
bit length
0/1/10/11
1
120
PU communication parity
check
0/1/2
2
121
Number of PU communication retries
0–10/9999
1
122
PU communication check
time interval
0/0.1–999.8s/
9999
9999
153
Zero current detection time
0–1s
0.5s
123
PU communication waiting
time setting
0–150ms/9999
9999
154
Voltage reduction selection
during stall prevention
operation
0/1
1
124
PU communication CR/LF
presence/absence selection
0/1/2
1
155
RT signal reflection time
selection
0/10
0
125
Terminal 2 frequency setting gain frequency
0–400Hz
50Hz
156
Stall prevention operation
selection
0–31/100/101
0
Terminal 4 frequency setting gain frequency
157
OL signal output timer
0–25s/ 9999
0s
126
0–400Hz
50Hz
158
AM terminal function
selection
1–3/5/6/7/8–14/
17/ 21/24/50/ 52/
53
1
127
PID control automatic
switchover frequency
128
159
Automatic switchover ON
range between commercial
power-supply and inverter
operation
0–10Hz/9999
9999
160
User group read selection
0/1/9999
0
9999
0–400Hz/9999
9999
PID action selection
10/11/20/21/50/
51/60/61
10
129
PID proportional band
0.1–1000%/9999
100%
130
PID integral time
0.1–3600s/9999
1s
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Parameter
Name
Appendix
Setting Range
Initial
Value
Parameter
190
RUN terminal function
selection
191
SU terminal function
selection
192
IPF terminal function
selection
193
OL terminal function
selection
194
FU terminal function
selection
195
ABC1 terminal function
selection
196
ABC2 terminal function
selection
161
Frequency setting/key lock
operation selection
0/1/10/11
0
162
Automatic restart after
instantaneous power failure selection
0/1/2/10/11
0
163
First cushion time for
restart
0–20s
0s
164
First cushion voltage for
restart
0–100%
0%
165
Stall prevention operation
level for restart
0–120%
110%
166
Output current detection
signal retention time
0–10s/9999
0.1s
167
Output current detection
operation selection
0/1
0
168
169
Parameter for manufacturer setting. Do not set.
170
Cumulative power meter
clear
171
172
Setting Range
Initial
Value
0
0–5/7/8/10–19/25/
26/45–47/64/
70–78/90–96/98/
99/100–105/107/
108/110–116/125/
126/145–147/164/
170/190–196/198/
199/9999
1
2
3
4
0–5/7/8/10–19/25/
26/45–47/64/
70–78/90/91/
94–96/98/99/
100–105/107/108/
110–116/125/126/
145–147/164/170/
190/191/194–196/
198/199/9999
99
9999
232–239
Multi-speed setting
(speeds 8 to 15)
0–400Hz/9999
9999
240
Soft-PWM operation
selection
0/1
1
241
Analog input display unit
switchover
0/1
0
9999
242
Terminal 1 added compensation amount (terminal 2)
0–100%
100%
0–8/10–14/16/24/
25/37/60/62/
64–67/9999
60
243
Terminal 1 added compensation amount (terminal 4)
0–100%
75%
0–8/10–14/16/24/
25/37/61/62/
64–67/9999
244
Cooling fan operation
selection
0/1
1
61
245
Rated slip
0–50%/9999
9999
246
Slip compensation time
constant
0.01–10s
0.5s
247
Constant-output region
slip compensation selection
0/9999
9999
250
Stop selection
0–100s/
1000–1100s/
8888/9999
9999
251
Output phase failure protection selection
0/1
1
252
Override bias
0–200%
50%
253
Override gain
0–200%
150%
255
Life alarm status display
(0–15)
0
256
Inrush current suppression
circuit life display
(0–100%)
100%
257
Control circuit capacitor
life display
(0–100%)
100%
258
Main circuit capacitor life
display
(0–100%)
100%
0/10/9999
9999
Operation hour meter clear
0/9999
9999
User group registered display/batch clear
9999/(0–16)
0
173
User group registration
0–999/9999
9999
174
User group clear
0–999/9999
178
STF terminal function
selection
179
STR terminal function
selection
180
RL terminal function
selection
181
RM terminal function
selection
182
RH terminal function
selection
183
RT terminal function
selection
184
AU terminal function
selection
185
JOG terminal function
selection
186
CS terminal function
selection
187
MRS terminal function
selection
188
STOP terminal function
selection
25
189
RES terminal function
selection
62
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Name
0
0–8/10–14/16/24/
25/37/62/64–67/
9999
1
2
3
0–8/10–14/16/24/
25/37/62–67/9999
4
5
6
0–8/10–14/16/24/
25/37/62/64–67/
9999
24
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Parameter
Parameter List (FR-F700)
Setting Range
Initial
Value
Main circuit capacitor life
measuring
0/1
0
260
PWM frequency automatic
switchover
0/1
1
261
Power failure stop
selection
0/1/2
0
262
Subtracted frequency at
deceleration start
0–20Hz
263
Subtraction starting frequency
264
Name
Parameter
Name
Setting Range
Initial
Value
320
RA1 output selection
321
RA2 output selection
322
RA3 output selection
323
AM0 0V adjustment
324
AM1 0mA adjustment
3Hz
329
Digital input unit selection
0–120Hz/9999
50Hz
331
RS-485 communication
station
0–31 (0–247)
0
Power-failure deceleration
time 1
0–3600/360s
5s
332
RS-485 communication
speed
3/6/12/24/48/96/
192/384
96
265
Power-failure deceleration
time 2
0–3600/360s/
9999
9999
333
RS-485 communication
stop bit length
0/1/10/11
1
266
Power failure deceleration
time switchover frequency
0–400Hz
50Hz
334
RS-485 communication
parity check selection
0/1/2
2
267
Terminal 4 input selection
0/1/2
0
335
RS-485 communication
number of retries
0–10/ 9999
1
268
Monitor decimal digits
selection
0/1/9999
9999
336
Parameter for manufacturer setting. Do not set.
RS-485 communication
check time interval
0–999.8s/
9999
0s
269
299
Rotation direction detection selection at restarting
337
RS-485 communication
waiting time setting
0–150ms/ 9999
9999
300
BCD input bias
338
Communication operation
command source
0/1
0
301
BCD input gain
302
BIN input bias
339
Communication speed
command source
0/1/2
0
303
BIN input gain
340
Communication startup
mode selection
0/1/2/10/12
0
304
Digital input and analog
input compensation
enable/ disable selection
341
RS-485 communication
CR/LF selection
0/1/2
1
305
Read timing operation
selection
342
Communication EEPROM
write selection
0/1
0
306
Analog output signal
selection
343
Communication error
count
—
0
307
Setting for zero analog
output
345
DeviceNet address
346
DeviceNet baud rate
349
Communication reset
selection
387
Initial communication
delay time
388
Send time interval at hart
beat
389
Minimum sending time at
hart beat
390
% setting reference frequency
391
Receive time interval at
hart beat
259
308
0/1/9999
9999
Parameter for option FR-A7AX
(16 bit digital input)
Setting for maximum analog output
309
Analog output signal voltage/current switchover
310
Analog meter voltage output selection
311
Setting for zero analog
meter voltage output
312
Setting for maximum analog meter voltage output
Parameter for option FR-A7AY
(Analog/digital output)
Parameter for option FR-A7AR
(Relay outputs)
Parameter for option FR-A7AY
(Analog/digital output)
Parameter for option FR-A7AX
(16 bit digital input)
Parameter for option FR-A7ND
(DeviceNet communication)
Parameter for communication
options FR-A7NC/FR-A7NP
(CC-Link/PROFIBUS/DP)
Parameter for option FR-A7NL
(LONWORKS communication)
313
DO0 output selection
314
DO1 output selection
315
DO2 output selection
316
DO3 output selection
392
Event driven detection
width
317
DO4 output selection
495
Remote output selection
0/1
0
318
DO5 output selection
496
Remote output data 1
0–4095
0
319
DO6 output selection
497
Remote output data 2
0–4095
0
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Parameter List (FR-F700)
Parameter
Name
500
Communication error execution waiting time
501
Communication error
occurrence count display
502
Stop mode selection at
communication error
503
Maintenance timer
504
Maintenance timer alarm
output set time
542
Communication station
number (CC-Link)
543
Baud rate (CC-Link)
Appendix
Setting Range
Initial
Value
Parameter for networks options
0 (1–9998)
0
0–9998/9999
9999
Parameter
Name
Setting Range
Initial
Value
588
Auxiliary motor 2 stopping
frequency
0–400Hz
0Hz
589
Auxiliary motor 3 stopping
frequency
0–400Hz
0Hz
590
Auxiliary motor start
detection time
0–3600s
5s
591
Auxiliary motor stop detection time
0–3600s
5s
592
Traverse function selection
0/1/2
0
593
Maximum amplitude
amount
0–25%
10%
594
Amplitude compensation
amount during
deceleration
0–50%
10%
595
Amplitude compensation
amount during
acceleration
0–50%
10%
Parameter for option FR-A7NC
(CC-Link communication)
544
CC-Link extended setting
549
Protocol selection
550
NET mode operation command source selection
0/1/9999
9999
551
PU mode operation command source selection
1/2
2
596
Amplitude acceleration
time
0.1–3600s
5s
555
Current average time
0.1–1.0s
1s
597
Amplitude deceleration
time
0.1–3600s
5s
556
Data output mask time
0.0–20.0s
0s
Acceleration time at a
restart
0–3600s/9999
5/15s 햲
0–500A/
0–3600A 햳
Rated
inverter output current
611
557
Current average value
monitor signal output reference current
867
AM output filter
0–5s
0.01s
869
Current output filter
0–5s
0.02s
872
Input phase failure protection selection
0/1
0
882
Regeneration avoidance
operation selection
0/1
0
883
Regeneration avoidance
operation level
300–800V
760V DC
884
Regeneration avoidance at
deceleration detection sensitivity
0–5
0
885
Regeneration avoidance
compensation frequency
limit value
0–10Hz/9999
6Hz
886
Regeneration avoidance
voltage gain
0–200%
100%
888
Free parameter 1
0–9999
9999
889
Free parameter 2
0–9999
9999
0–4/9999
9999
30–150%
100%
0/1
0
563
Energization time carrying-over times
564
Operating time carrying-over times
(0–65535)
0
570
Multiple rating setting
0/1
0
571
Holding time at a start
0.0–10.0s/9999
9999
573
4 mA Input check selection
1/9999
9999
575
Output interruption detection time
0–3600s,
9999
1s
576
Output interruption detection level
0–400Hz
0Hz
577
Output interruption release
level
900–1100%
1000%
578
Auxiliary motor operation
selection
0–3
0
579
Motor swichover selection
0–3
0
580
MC switching interlock
time
0–100s
1s
891
Cumulative power monitor
digit shifted times
581
Start waiting time
0–100s
1s
892
Load factor
582
Auxiliary motor connection-time deceleration time
0–3600s/9999
1s
Auxiliary motor disconnection-time acceleration time
893
583
0–3600s/9999
1s
Energy saving monitor reference (motor capacity)
0.1–55kW/
0–3600kW 햳
LD/SLD
value of
applied
motor
capacity
584
Auxiliary motor 1 starting
frequency
0–400Hz
50Hz
894
0/1/2/3
0
585
Auxiliary motor 2 starting
frequency
0–400Hz
Control selection during
commercial power-supply
operation
895
9999
0–400Hz
Power saving rate reference value
0/1/9999
586
Auxiliary motor 3 starting
frequency
896
Power unit cost
0–500/9999
9999
587
Auxiliary motor 1 stopping
frequency
0–400Hz
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0
50Hz
50Hz
0Hz
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Parameter
Parameter List (FR-F700)
Name
Setting Range
Initial
Value
Parameter
Name
Setting Range
Initial
Value
897
Power saving monitor
average time
0/1–1000h/9999
9999
126
(905)
Terminal 4 frequency setting gain frequency
0–400Hz
50Hz
898
Power saving cumulative
monitor clear
0/1/10/9999
9999
C7
(905)
Terminal 4 frequency setting gain
0–300%
100%
899
Operation time rate (estimated value)
0–100%/9999
9999
C8
(930)
Current output bias signal
0–100%
0%
—
—
C9
(930)
Current output bias current
0–100%
0%
C10
(931)
Current output gain signal
0–100%
100%
C11
(931)
Current output gain
current
0–100%
100%
989
Parameter copy alarm
release
10/100
10/100
990
PU buzzer control
991
PU contrast adjustment
C0
(900)
FM terminal calibration
C1
(901)
AM terminal calibration
C2
(902)
Terminal 2 frequency setting bias frequency
0–400Hz
C3
(902)
Terminal 2 frequency setting bias
0–300%
0%
125
(903)
Terminal 2 frequency setting gain frequency
0–400Hz
50Hz
—
—
0Hz
C4
(903)
Terminal 2 frequency setting gain
0–300%
100%
C5
(904)
Terminal 4 frequency setting bias frequency
0–400Hz
0Hz
C6
(904)
Terminal 4 frequency setting bias
0–300%
20%
0/1
1
0–63
58
Pr.CL
Parameter clear
0/1
0
ALLC
All parameter clear
0/1
0
Er.CL
Alarm history clear
0/1
0
PCPY
Parameter copy
0/1/2/3
0
햳
Remarks:
햲
햳
햴
The setting depends on the inverter capacity.
When the value “8888” is set, the maximum output voltage is 95% of the input voltage.
When the value “9999” is set, the maximum output voltage equals the input voltage.
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A.1.4
Parameter
0
Appendix
FR-A700
Name
Torque boost
Setting Range
Initial
Value
Parameter
0 to 30%
6/4/3/
2/1% 햲
34
35
햲
Initial
Value
Frequency jump 2B
0–400Hz/9999
9999
Frequency jump 3A
0–400Hz/9999
9999
36
Frequency jump 3B
0–400Hz/9999
9999
37
Speed display
0/1–9998
0
41
Up-to-frequency sensitivity
0–100%
10%
1
Maximum frequency
0–120Hz
2
Minimum frequency
0–120Hz
0Hz
3
Base frequency
0–400Hz
50Hz
4
Multi-speed setting
(high speed) - RH
0–400Hz
50Hz
42
Output frequency detection
0–400Hz
6Hz
5
Multi-speed setting
(medium speed) - RM
0–400Hz
30Hz
43
Output frequency detection
for reverse rotation
0–400Hz/9999
9999
6
Multi-speed setting
(low speed) - RL
0–400Hz
10Hz
44
Second acceleration/deceleration time
0–3600/360s
5s
7
Acceleration time
0–3600/360s
5 s/15s 햲
45
Second deceleration time
0–3600/360s/
9999
9999
46
Second torque boost
0–30%/9999
9999
47
Second V/F (base
frequency)
0–400Hz/9999
9999
48
Second stall prevention
operation current
0–220%
150%
49
Second stall prevention
operation frequency
0–400Hz/9999
0Hz
50
Second output frequency
detection
0–400Hz
30Hz
51
Second electronic thermal
O/L relay
0–500A, 9999/
0–3600A, 9999 햲
9999
52
DU/PU main display data
selection
0/5–14/17–20/22–
25/32–35/50–57/
100
0
54
CA terminal function
selection
1–3/5–14/17/18/
21/24/32–34/50/
52/53/70
1
55
Frequency monitoring
reference
0–400Hz
50Hz
56
Current monitoring
reference
0–500A/
햲
0–3600A
Rated
current
8
Deceleration time
9
Electronic thermal O/L
relay
10
11
0–3600/360s
120/60Hz
Setting Range
Name
5 s/15s
0–500/
0–3600A 햳
Rated output
current
DC injection brake operation frequency
0–120Hz/9999
3Hz
DC injection brake operation time
0–10s/8888
0.5s
DC injection brake operation voltage
0–30%
13
Starting frequency
0–60Hz
0.5Hz
14
Load pattern selection
0–5
0
15
Jog frequency
0–400Hz
5Hz
16
Jog acceleration/deceleration time
17
MRS input selection
18
12
햲
4/2/1%
햲
0–3600/360s
0.5s
0/2/4
0
High speed maximum
frequency
120–400Hz
120/60Hz 햲
19
Base frequency voltage
0–1000V/
8888 햳/9999 햴
8888
20
Acceleration/deceleration
reference frequency
1–400Hz
50Hz
21
Acceleration/deceleration
time increments
0/1
0
57
Restart coasting time
0/ 0.1–5s, 9999/
0/ 0.1–30s/
9999 햲
9999
22
Stall prevention operation
level
0–400%
150%
58
Restart cushion time
0–60s
1s
59
Remote function selection
0/1/2/3
0
23
Stall prevention operation
level compensation factor
at double speed
0–200%/9999
9999
60
Energy saving control
selection
0/4
0
Multi-speed setting 4th
speed to 7th speed
0–400Hz/9999
9999
61
Automatic acceleration/deceleration: Reference current
0–500A, 9999/
햲
0–3600A, 9999
9999
Multi-speed input compensation selection
0/1
0
62
0–220%/9999
9999
29
Acceleration/deceleration
pattern selection
0–5
0
Automatic acceleration/deceleration: Reference value at acceleration
30
Regenerative function
selection
0/1/2/10/11/20/21
0
63
Automatic acceleration/deceleration: Reference value at deceleration
0–220%/9999
9999
31
Frequency jump 1A
0–400Hz/9999
9999
64
Automatic acceleration/deceleration: Starting
frequency for elevator
mode
0–10Hz/9999
9999
24-27
28
32
Frequency jump 1B
0–400Hz/9999
9999
33
Frequency jump 2A
0–400Hz/9999
9999
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Parameter
Name
Parameter List (FR-A700)
Setting Range
Initial
Value
0–5
0
Parameter
Name
Setting Range
Initial
Value
94
Motor constant (X)
0–500W,
(0–100%), 9999/
0–100W,
(0–100%),
9999 햲
9999
95
Online auto tuning
selection
0–2
0
65
Retry selection
66
Stall prevention operation
reduction starting frequency
0–400Hz
50Hz
67
Number of retries at alarm
occurrence
0–10/101–110
0
68
Retry waiting time
0–10s
1s
96
Auto tuning setting/status
69
Retry count display erase
0
0
100
V/f1 (frequency)
70
Special regenerative brake
duty
0–30%/0–10% 햲
0%
101
V/f1 (voltage)
V/f2 (frequency)
Applied motor
0–8/13–18/20/23/
24/30/33/34/40/
43/44/50/53/54
102
71
0
103
V/f2 (voltage)
104
V/f3 (frequency)
72
PWM frequency selection
105
V/f3 (voltage)
73
Analog input selection
106
V/f4 (frequency)
74
107
V/f4 (voltage)
75
108
V/f5 (frequency)
109
V/f5 (voltage)
110
Third acceleration/deceleration time
111
112
0–15/0–6/25
햲
2
0–7/10–17
1
Input filter time constant
0–8
1
Reset selection/disconnected PU detection/PU
stop selection
0–3/14–17/
100–103/114–117
14
76
Alarm code output selection
0/1/2
0
77
Parameter write selection
0/1/2
0
78
Reverse rotation prevention selection
0/1/2
0
79
Operation mode selection
0/1/2/3/4/6/7
0
80
Motor capacity (simple
magnetic flux vector control)
0.4–55kW, 9999/
0–3600kW,
9999 햲
81
Number of motor poles
(simple magnetic flux vector control)
2/4/6/8/10/12/14/
16/18/20/9999
Motor excitation current
0–500A, 9999/
0–3600A, 9999 햲
9999
82
9999
Motor rated voltage
0–1000V
400V
84
Rated motor frequency
10–120Hz
50Hz
89
Speed control gain (magnetic flux vector)
0–200%/9999
9999
Motor constant (R1)
0–50W, 9999/
0–400mW,
9999 햲
9999
Motor constant (R2)
0–50W, 9999/
0–400mW,
9999 햲
9999
Motor constant (L1)
0–50W,
(0–1000mH),
9999/
0–3600mW,
(0–400mH),
9999 햲
90
91
92
93
Motor constant (L2)
0–50W,
(0–1000mH),
9999/
0–3600mW,
(0–400mH),
9999 햲
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0V
0–400Hz/9999
9999
0–1000V
0V
0–400Hz/9999
9999
0–1000V
0V
0–400Hz/9999
9999
0–1000V
0V
0–400Hz/9999
9999
0–1000V
0V
0–3600/
360s/9999
9999
Third deceleration time
0–3600/360s/
9999
9999
Third torque boost
0–30%/9999
9999
Third V/F (base frequency)
0–400Hz/9999
9999
114
Third stall prevention operation current
0–220%
150%
115
Third stall prevention operation frequency
0–400Hz
0
116
Third output frequency
detection
0–400Hz
50Hz
117
PU communication station
number
0–31
0
118
PU communication speed
48/96/192/384
192
119
PU communication stop
bit length
0/1/10/11
1
120
PU communication parity
check
0/1/2
2
121
Number of PU communication retries
0–10/9999
1
122
PU communication check
time interval
0/0.1–999.8s/
9999
9999
123
PU communication waiting
time setting
0–150ms/9999
9999
124
PU communication CR/LF
presence/absence selection
0/1/2
1
125
Terminal 2 frequency setting gain frequency
0–400Hz
50Hz
126
Terminal 4 frequency setting gain frequency
0–400 Hz
50 Hz
127
PID control automatic
switchover frequency
0–400Hz/9999
9999
9999
9999
0
9999
113
9999
83
0/1/101
0–400Hz/9999
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Parameter List (FR-A700)
Parameter
Name
Appendix
Setting Range
Initial
Value
128
PID action selection
10/11/20/21/50/51
/60/61/70/71/80/
81/90/91/100/101
10
129
PID proportional band
0.1–1000%/9999
100%
130
PID integral time
0.1–3600s/9999
1s
131
PID upper limit
0–100%/9999
9999
132
PID lower limit
0–100%/9999
9999
133
PID action set point
0–100%/9999
9999
134
PID differential time
0.01–10.00s/9999
9999
135
Commercial power-supply
switchover sequence output terminal selection
0/1
136
0–100s
1s
137
Start waiting time
0–100s
0.5s
138
Commercial power-supply
operation switchover
selection at an alarm
0/1
Automatic switchover frequency between inverter
and commercial
power-supply operation
0–60Hz/9999
Backlash acceleration
stopping frequency
0–400Hz
1Hz
141
Backlash acceleration
stopping time
0–360s
0.5s
142
Backlash deceleration
stopping frequency
0–400Hz
143
Backlash deceleration
stopping time
0–360s
4
0–7
1
150%
Speed setting switchover
145
PU display language selection
148
Stall prevention level at
0 V input
0–220%
149
Stall prevention level at
10 V input
0–220%
150
Output current detection
level
0–220%
Output current detection
signal delay time
0–10s
152
Zero current detection
level
0.5s
0/2/4/6/8/10/102/
104/106/108/110
144
151
1Hz
0–220%
User group read selection
0/1/9999
0
161
Frequency setting/key lock
operation selection
0/1/10/11
0
162
Automatic restart after
instantaneous power failure selection
0/1/2/10/11/12
0
163
First cushion time for
restart
0–20s
0s
164
First cushion voltage for
restart
0–100%
0%
165
Stall prevention operation
level for restart
0–220%
150%
166
Output current detection
signal retention time
0–10s/9999
0.1s
167
Output current detection
operation selection
0/1
0
168
Parameter for manufacturer setting. Do not set.
170
Cumulative power meter
clear
171
0/10/9999
9999
Operation hour meter clear
0/9999
9999
172
User group registered display/batch clear
9999/(0–16)
0
173
User group registration
0–999/9999
9999
174
User group clear
0–999/9999
9999
178
STF terminal function
selection
0–20/22–28/37/
42–44/50/60/62/
64–71/9999
60
179
STR terminal function
selection
0–20/22–28/37/
42–44/50/61/62/
64–71/9999
61
180
RL terminal function
selection
181
RM terminal function
selection
182
RH terminal function
selection
183
RT terminal function
selection
184
AU terminal function
selection
185
JOG terminal function
selection
186
CS terminal function
selection
0s
5%
0–1s
0.5s
154
Voltage reduction selection
during stall prevention
operation
0/1
1
155
RT signal reflection time
selection
0/10
0
156
Stall prevention operation
selection
0–31/100/101
0
157
OL signal output timer
0–25s/9999
AM terminal function
selection
1–3/5–14/17/18/
21/24/32–34/50/
52/53
A - 18
160
150%
Zero current detection time
158
9999
200%
153
Initial
Value
0–10Hz/9999
169
140
Setting Range
Automatic switchover ON
range between commercial
power-supply and inverter
operation
0
9999
Name
159
0
MC switchover interlock
time
139
Parameter
0
0–20/22–28/37/
42–44/50/62/
64–71/9999
1
2
3
0–20/22–28/37/
42–44/50/62–71/
9999
4
5
6
0–20/22–28/37/
42–44/50/62/
64–71/9999
187
MRS terminal function
selection
0s
188
STOP terminal function
selection
25
1
189
RES terminal function
selection
62
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Name
RUN terminal function
selection
191
SU terminal function
selection
192
IPF terminal function
selection
193
OL terminal function
selection
194
FU terminal function
selection
195
ABC1 terminal function
selection
196
ABC2 terminal function
selection
Multi-speed setting
232–239
(speeds 8 to 15)
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Setting Range
0–8/10–20/25–28/
30–36/39/41–47/
64/70/84/85/
90–99/100–108/
110–116/120/
125–128/130–136
/139/141–147/164
/170/184/185/
190–199/9999
0–8/10–20/25–28/
30–36/39/41–47/
64/70/84/85/90/91
/94–99/100–108/
110–116/120/
125–128/130–136
/139/141–147/164
/170/184/185/190/
191/194–199/
9999
0–400Hz/9999
Initial
Value
Parameter
Setting Range
Initial
Value
0
261
Power failure stop
selection
0/1/2/11/12
0
1
262
Subtracted frequency at
deceleration start
0–20Hz
3Hz
2
263
Subtraction starting frequency
0–120Hz/9999
50Hz
3
264
Power-failure deceleration
time 1
0–3600/360s
5s
4
265
Power-failure deceleration
time 2
0–3600/
360s/9999
9999
266
Power failure deceleration
time switchover frequency
0–400Hz
50Hz
267
Terminal 4 input selection
0/1/2
0
268
Monitor decimal digits
selection
0/1/9999
9999
269
Parameter for manufacturer setting. Do not set.
270
Stop-on contact/load
torque high-speed frequency control selection
0/1/2/3
0
271
High-speed setting maximum current
0–220%
50%
272
Medium-speed setting
minimum current
0–220%
100%
273
Current averaging range
0–400Hz/9999
9999
274
Current averaging filter
time constant
1–4000
16
275
Stop-on contact excitation
current low-speed multiplying factor
0–1000%/9999
9999
276
PWM carrier frequency at
stop-on contact
0–9, 9999/
0–4, 9999 햲
9999
278
Brake opening frequency
0–30Hz
3Hz
279
Brake opening current
0–220%
130%
280
Brake opening current
detection time
0–2s
0.3s
281
Brake operation time at
start
0–5s
0.3s
282
Brake operation frequency
0–30Hz
6Hz
283
Brake operation time at
stop
0–5s
0.3s
284
Deceleration detection
function selection
0/1
0
285
Overspeed detection frequency (Excessive speed
deviation detection frequency)
0–30Hz/9999
9999
286
Droop gain
0–100%
0%
99
9999
9999
240
Soft-PWM operation
selection
241
Analog input display unit
switchover
242
Terminal 1 added compensation amount (terminal 2)
0–100%
100%
243
Terminal 1 added compensation amount (terminal 4)
0–100%
75%
244
Cooling fan operation
selection
245
Rated slip
246
0/1
0/1
1
0
0/1
1
0–50%/9999
9999
Slip compensation time
constant
0.01–10s
0.5s
247
Constant-output region
slip compensation selection
0/9999
9999
250
Stop selection
0–100s/
1000–1100s/
8888/9999
9999
251
Output phase failure protection selection
0/1
1
252
Override bias
0–200%
50%
253
Override gain
0–200%
150%
255
Life alarm status display
(0–15)
0
256
Inrush current suppression
circuit life display
(0–100%)
100%
257
Control circuit capacitor
life display
(0–100%)
100%
258
Main circuit capacitor life
display
(0–100%)
100%
259
Main circuit capacitor life
measuring
0/1
0
260
PWM frequency automatic
switchover
0/1
1
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Droop filter time constant
0–1s
0.3s
288
Droop function activation
selection
0/1/2/10/11
0
291
Pulse train input selection
0/1/10/11/20/21/
100
0
292
Automatic acceleration/deceleration
0/1/3/5–8/11
0
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Parameter
Name
Appendix
Setting Range
Initial
Value
Parameter
Setting Range
Initial
Value
336
RS-485 communication
check time interval
0–999.8s/
9999
0s
337
RS-485 communication
waiting time setting
0–150ms/
9999
9999
338
Communication operation
command source
0/1
0
339
Communication speed
command source
0/1/2
0
340
Communication startup
mode selection
0/1/2/10/12
0
341
RS-485 communication
CR/LF selection
0/1/2
1
342
Communication EEPROM
write selection
0/1
0
343
Communication error
count
—
0
Name
293
Acceleration/deceleration
separate selection
0–2
0
294
UV avoidance voltage gain
0–200%
100%
299
Rotation direction detection selection at restarting
0/1/9999
9999
300
BCD input bias
301
BCD input gain
302
BIN input bias
303
BIN input gain
304
Digital input and analog
input compensation
enable/ disable selection
305
Read timing operation
selection
306
Analog output signal
selection
345
DeviceNet address
307
Setting for zero analog
output
346
DeviceNet baud rate
Parameter for option FR-A7ND
(DeviceNet communication)
308
Setting for maximum analog output
349
Communication reset
selection
Parameter for communication
options FR-A7N첸첸
309
Analog output signal voltage/current switchover
310
Analog meter voltage output selection
311
Setting for zero analog
meter voltage output
312
Setting for maximum analog meter voltage output
313
DO0 output selection
314
DO1 output selection
315
DO2 output selection
316
DO3 output selection
Parameter for option FR-A7AX
(16 bit digital input)
350
351
352
Parameter for option FR-A7AY
(Analog/digital output)
353
354
355
356
357
Stop position command
selection
0/1/9999
Orientation speed
0–30Hz
2Hz
Creep speed
0–10Hz
0.5Hz
Creep switchover position
0–16383
511
햵
Position loop switchover
position
0–8191
96
햵
DC injection brake start
position
0–255
5
햵
Internal stop position command
0–16383
0
햵
Orientation in-position
zone
0–255
5
Servo torque selection
0–13
1
0/1
1
햵
햵
햵
햵
햵
317
DO4 output selection
318
DO5 output selection
319
DO6 output selection
360
320
RA1 output selection
361 햵
321
RA2 output selection
322
RA3 output selection
323
AM0 0V adjustment
324
AM1 0mA adjustment
329
Digital input unit selection
358
359
Parameter for option FR-A7AR
(Relay outputs)
Parameter for option FR-A7AY
(Analog/digital output)
363
364
Parameter for option FR-A7AX
(16 bit digital input)
331
RS-485 communication
station
0–31 (0–247)
332
RS-485 communication
speed
3/6/12/24/48/96/
192/384
0
365
366
367
96
368
RS-485 communication
stop bit length
0/1/10/11
1
334
RS-485 communication
parity check selection
0/1/2
2
335
RS-485 communication
number of retries
0–10/9999
1
햵
Encoder rotation direction
0–127
0
Position shift
0–16383
0
햵
Orientation position loop
gain
0.1–100
1
햵
Completion signal output
delay time
0–5s
0.5s
Encoder stop check time
0–5s
0.5s
Orientation limit
0–60s/9999
9999
Recheck time
0–5s/9999
9999
0–400Hz/9999
9999
햵
햵
햵
햵
햵
16 bit data selection
Speed feedback range
Feedback gain
0–100
1
Number of encoder pulses
0–4096
1024
374
Overspeed detection level
0–400Hz
115Hz
376 햵
Encoder signal loss detection enable/disable selection
0/1
0
0–50%
0
369
333
A - 20
362
햵
9999
햵
380
Acceleration S-pattern 1
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Parameter List (FR-A700)
Setting Range
Initial
Value
381
Deceleration S-pattern 1
0–50%
0
382
Acceleration S-pattern 2
0–50%
0
383
Deceleration S-pattern 2
0–50%
0
384
Input pulse division scaling factor
385
Parameter
430
햵
Name
Pulse monitor selection
447
Digital torque command
bias
448
Digital torque command
gain
Setting Range
Initial
Value
0–5/9999
9999
Parameter for option FR-A7AX
(16 bit digital input)
0–250
0
Frequency for 0 input
pulse
0–400Hz
0
450
Second applied motor
0–8/13–18/20/23/
24/30/33/34/40/43
/44/50/53/54/9999
9999
386
Frequency for maximum
input pulse
0–400Hz
50Hz
451
Second motor control
method selection
10/11/12/20/9999
9999
387
Initial communication
delay time
453
Second motor capacity
0.4–55kW, 9999/
0–3600kW,
9999 햵
9999
454
Number of second motor
poles
2/4/6/8/10/9999
9999
455
Second motor excitation
current
0–500A, 9999/
0–3600A,
9999 햳
9999
388
Send time interval at hart
beat
389
Minimum sending time at
hart beat
390
% setting reference frequency
391
Receive time interval at
hart beat
456
Rated second motor
voltage
0–1000V
400V
392
Event driven detection
width
457
Rated second motor frequency
10–120Hz
50Hz
458
Second motor constant A
0–50W, 9999/
0–400mW,
9999 햲
9999
459
Second motor constant B
0–50W, 9999/
0–400mW,
9999 햲
9999
Second motor constant C
0–50W,
(0–1000mH),
9999/
0–3600mW,
(0–400mH),
9999 햲
9999
Second motor constant D
0–50W,
(0–1000mH),
9999/
0–3600mW,
(0–400mH),
9999 햲
9999
462
Second motor constant E
0–500W,
(0–100%), 9999/
0–100W,
(0–100%),
9999 햲
9999
463
Second motor auto tuning
setting/status
0/1/101
0
Digital position control
sudden stop deceleration
time
0–360.0s
0
햵
1st position feed amount
lower 4 digits
0–9999
0
햵
1st position feed amount
upper 4 digits
0–9999
0
햵
2nd position feed amount
lower 4 digits
0–9999
0
468 햵
2nd position feed amount
upper 4 digits
0–9999
0
햵
3rd position feed amount
lower 4 digits
0–9999
0
393
햵
0/1/2
0
Orientation speed gain
(P term)
0–1000
60
햵
Orientation speed integral
time
0–20s
0.333s
햵
Orientation speed gain
(D term)
0–100
1
399 햵
Orientation deceleration
ratio
0–1000
20
414
PLC function operation
selection
0/1
0
415
Inverter operation lock
mode setting
0/1
0
416
Pre-scale function
selection
0–5
0
417
Pre-scale setting value
0–32767
1
0/2
0
396 햵
397
398
419
420
421
422
423
424
Position command source
selection
햵
Command pulse scaling
factor numerator
0–32767
1
햵
Command pulse scaling
factor denominator
0–32767
1
0–150 [1/s]
25 [1/s]
Position feed forward gain
0–100%
0
Position command acceleration/deceleration time
constant
0–50s
0s
Position feed forward
command filter
0–5s
햵
햵
햵
햵
427 햵
428
429
햵
햵
Position loop gain
In-position width
464
465
466
0s
467
0–32767 pulse
100
0–400k/9999
40k
Command pulse selection
0–5
0
Clear signal selection
0/1
1
Excessive level error
460
461
햵
425 햵
426
Orientation selection
Parameter for option FR-A7NL
(LONWORKS communication)
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Parameter
Name
Appendix
Setting Range
Initial
Value
Parameter
Name
햵
3rd position feed amount
upper 4 digits
0–9999
0
500
Communication error execution waiting time
햵
4th position feed amount
lower 4 digits
0–9999
0
501
Communication error
occurrence count display
햵
4th position feed amount
upper 4 digits
0–9999
0
502
Stop mode selection at
communication error
햵
5th position feed amount
lower 4 digits
0–9999
0
햵
5th position feed amount
upper 4 digits
0–9999
햵
6th position feed amount
lower 4 digits
0–9999
0
햵
6th position feed amount
upper 4 digits
0–9999
0
햵
7th position feed amount
lower 4 digits
0–9999
0
478 햵
7th position feed amount
upper 4 digits
0–9999
0
햵
8th position feed amount
lower 4 digits
0–9999
0
햵
8th position feed amount
upper 4 digits
0–9999
0
햵
9th position feed amount
lower 4 digits
0–9999
0
햵
9th position feed amount
upper 4 digits
0–9999
햵
10th position feed amount
lower 4 digits
0–9999
햵
10th position feed amount
upper 4 digits
0–9999
햵
11th position feed amount
lower 4 digits
0–9999
햵
11h position feed amount
upper 4 digits
0–9999
12th position feed amount
lower 4 digits
0–9999
0
햵
12th position feed amount
upper 4 digits
0–9999
0
햵
13th position feed amount
lower 4 digits
0–9999
0
햵
13th position feed amount
upper 4 digits
0–9999
0
햵
14th position feed amount
lower 4 digits
0–9999
0
14th position feed amount
upper 4 digits
0–9999
0
햵
15th position feed amount
lower 4 digits
0–9999
0
햵
15th position feed amount
upper 4 digits
0–9999
0
0/1/10/11
0
470
471
472
473
474
475
476
477
479
480
481
482
483
484
485
486
487
488
489
490
491
492
493
494
햵
햵
Setting Range
Initial
Value
Parameter for networks options
503
Maintenance timer
0 (1–9998)
0
504
Maintenance timer alarm
output set time
0–9998/9999
9999
505
Speed setting reference
0–120Hz
50Hz
506
Parameter 1 for user
0–65535
0
507
Parameter 2 for user
0–65535
0
508
Parameter 3 for user
0–65535
0
509
Parameter 4 for user
0–65535
0
510
Parameter 5 for user
0–65535
0
511
Parameter 6 for user
0–65535
0
512
Parameter 7 for user
0–65535
0
513
Parameter 8 for user
0–65535
0
514
Parameter 9 for user
0–65535
0
515
Parameter 10 for user
0–65535
0
516
S-pattern time at a start of
acceleration
0.1–2.5s
0.1s
517
S-pattern time at a completion of acceleration
0.1–2.5s
0.1s
518
S-pattern time at a start of
deceleration
0.1–2.5s
0.1s
519
S-pattern time at a completion of deceleration
0.1–2.5s
0.1s
539
Modbus-RTU communication check time interval
0–999.8s/
9999
9999
542
Communication station
number (CC-Link)
543
Baud rate (CC-Link)
544
CC-Link extended setting
547
USB communication station number
548
USB communication check
time interval
0
0
0
0
0
0
Parameter for option FR-A7NC
(CC-Link communication)
0–31
0
0–999.8s/
9999
9999
549
Protocol selection
0/1
0
550
NET mode operation command source selection
0/1/9999
9999
551
PU mode operation command source selection
1/2/3
2
555
Current average time
0.1–1.0s
1s
556
Data output mask time
0.0–2.0s
0s
557
Current average value
monitor signal output reference current
0–500A/
0–3600A 햲
Rated
inverter output current
495
Remote output selection
496
Remote output data 1
0–4095
0
497
Remote output data 2
0–4095
0
563
Energization time carrying-over times
(0–65535)
0
498
PLC function flash memory clear
0–9999
0
564
Operating time carrying-over times
(0–65535)
0
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Parameter
Name
Parameter List (FR-A700)
Setting Range
Initial
Value
Parameter
0–200%/9999
9999
813
814
569
Second motor speed control gain
570
Multiple rating setting
0–3
2
571
Holding time at a start
0.0–10.0s/9999
9999
573
4 mA Input check selection
1/9999
9999
574
Second motor online auto
tuning
0/1
0
575
Output interruption detection time
0–3600s/
9999
1s
576
Output interruption detection level
0–400Hz
0Hz
577
Output interruption release
level
900–1100%
1000%
592
Traverse function selection
0/1/2
0
593
Maximum amplitude
amount
0–25%
10%
594
Amplitude compensation
amount during
deceleration
0–50%
10%
595
Amplitude compensation
amount during
acceleration
0–50%
10%
596
Amplitude acceleration
time
0.1–3600s
5s
597
Amplitude deceleration
time
0.1–3600s
5s
611
Acceleration time at a
restart
665
Regeneration avoidance
frequency gain
684
Tuning data unit
switchover
800
802
햵
803
Control method selection
0–3600s/9999
0–200%
5/15s
0/1
0
0/1
0
Constant power range
torque characteristic
selection
0/1
0
Torque command value
(RAM)
Torque limit level
(3rd quadrant)
0–400%/9999
9999
Torque limit level
(4th quadrant)
0–400%/9999
9999
815
Torque limit level 2
0–400%/9999
9999
816
Torque limit level during
acceleration
0–400%/9999
9999
817
Torque limit level during
Deceleration
0–400%/9999
9999
818
Easy gain tuning response
level setting
1–15
2
819
Easy gain tuning selection
0–2
0
820
Speed control P gain 1
0–1000%
60%
821
Speed control integral
time 1
0–20s
0.333s
822
Speed setting filter 1
0–5s/9999
9999
Speed detection filter 1
0–0.1s
0.001s
824
Torque control P gain 1
0–200%
100%
825
Torque control integral
time 1
0–500ms
5ms
826
Torque setting filter 1
0–5s/9999
9999
827
Torque detection filter 1
0–0.1s
0s
828
Model speed control gain
0–1000%
60%
Speed control P gain 2
0–1000%/9999
9999
831
Speed control integral
time 2
0–20s/9999
9999
832
Speed setting filter2
0–5s/9999
9999
Speed detection filter 2
0–0.1s/9999
9999
834
Torque control P gain 2
0–200%/9999
9999
835
Torque control integral
time 2
0–500ms/9999
9999
836
Torque setting filter 2
0–5s/9999
9999
837
Torque detection filter 2
0–0.1s/9999
9999
0–3/9999
9999
Torque bias 1
600–1400%/9999
9999
Torque bias 2
600–1400%/9999
9999
Torque bias 3
840
0/1/3–6
0
600–1400%
1000%
841
842
806
Torque command value
(RAM, EEPROM)
807
Speed limit selection
808
Forward rotation speed
limit
809
Reverse rotation speed
limit
810
Torque limit input method
selection
0/1
0
811
Set resolution switchover
0/1/10/11
0
812
Torque limit level
(regeneration)
0–400%/9999
9999
600–1400%
1000%
0/1/2
0
843
햵
햵
햵
Torque bias selection
600–1400%/9999
9999
0–5s/9999
9999
845 햵
Torque bias operation time
0–5s/9999
9999
햵
Torque bias balance compensation
0–10V/
9999
9999
햵
Fall-time torque bias terminal 1 bias
0–400%/
9999
9999
햵
Fall-time torque bias terminal 1 gain
0–400%/
9999
9999
849
Analog input off set adjustment
0–200%
100%
850
Control operation selection
0/1
0
853
Speed deviation time
0–100s
1s
50Hz
9999
848
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Torque bias filter
847
0–120Hz/9999
햵
844 햵
846
0–120Hz
햵
830
833
Pre-excitation selection
805
햲
100
20
Torque command source
selection
Initial
Value
823
0–5/9–12/20
804
Setting Range
Name
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Parameter List (FR-A700)
Parameter
854
Name
Excitation ratio
858
Terminal 4 function
assignment
859
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Setting Range
Initial
Value
0–100%
100%
0/1/4/9999
0
Torque current
0–500A, 9999/
0–3600A, 9999 햲
9999
860
Second motor torque
current
0–500A, 9999/
0–3600A, 9999 햲
9999
862
Notch filter time constant
0–60
0
863
Notch filter depth
0/1/2/3
0
864
Torque detection
0–400%
150%
865
Low speed detection
0–400Hz
1.5Hz
866
Torque monitoring
reference
0–400%
150%
867
AM output filter
0–5s
0.01s
868
Terminal 1 function
assignment
0–6/9999
0
869
Current output filter
0–5s
0.02s
872
Input phase failure protection selection
0/1
873
Speed limit
874
OLT level setting
875
Fault definition
877
Speed feed forward control/model adaptive speed
control selection
878
Speed feed forward filter
879
Speed feed forward torque
limit
880
Load inertia ratio
881
Parameter
Name
Setting Range
Initial
Value
0/1/2/3
0
0/1/9999
9999
0–500/9999
9999
0/1–1000h/9999
9999
894
Control selection during
commercial power-supply
operation
895
Power saving rate reference value
896
Power unit cost
897
Power saving monitor
average time
898
Power saving cumulative
monitor clear
0/1/10/9999
9999
899
Operation time rate (estimated value)
0–100%/9999
9999
C0
(900)
FM terminal calibration
—
—
C1
(901)
AM terminal calibration
—
—
C2
(902)
Terminal 2 frequency setting bias frequency
0–400Hz
0Hz
0
C3
(902)
Terminal 2 frequency setting bias
0–300%
0%
0–120Hz
20Hz
0–200%
150%
125
(903)
Terminal 2 frequency setting gain frequency
0–400Hz
50Hz
0/1
0
C4
(903)
Terminal 2 frequency setting gain
0–300%
100%
0/1/2
0
C5
(904)
Terminal 4 frequency setting bias frequency
0–400Hz
0Hz
0–1s
0s
0–400%
150%
C6
(904)
Terminal 4 frequency setting bias
0–300%
20%
0–200
7
126
(905)
Terminal 4 frequency setting gain frequency
0–400Hz
50Hz
Speed feed forward gain
0–1000%
0%
882
Regeneration avoidance
operation selection
0/1/2
0
C7
(905)
Terminal 4 frequency setting gain
0–300%
100%
883
Regeneration avoidance
operation level
300–800V
760/785V
DC 햲
C8
(930)
Current output bias signal
0–100%
0%
884
Regeneration avoidance at
deceleration detection sensitivity
0–5
0
C9
(930)
Current output bias current
0–100%
0%
0–100%
100%
0–10Hz/9999
C10
(931)
Current output gain signal
885
Regeneration avoidance
compensation frequency
limit value
Current output gain
current
0–100%
100%
886
Regeneration avoidance
voltage gain
C11
(931)
0–200%
100%
888
Free parameter 1
0–9999
9999
C12
(917)
Terminal 1 bias frequency
(speed)
0–400Hz
0Hz
889
Free parameter 2
0–9999
9999
Terminal 1 bias (speed)
0–300%
0%
891
Cumulative power monitor
digit shifted times
C13
(917)
0–4/9999
9999
892
Load factor
30–150%
100%
C14
(918)
Terminal 1 gain frequency
(speed)
0–400Hz
50Hz
C15
(918)
Terminal 1 gain (speed)
0–300%
100%
0.1–55kW/
0–3600kW 햲
SLD/LD/ND/
HD value of
applied
motor
capacity
C16
(919)
Terminal 1 bias command
(torque/magnetic flux)
0–400%
0%
893
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Parameter
Name
C17
(919)
Parameter List (FR-A700)
Setting Range
Initial
Value
Parameter
Name
Terminal 1 bias
(torque/magnetic flux)
0–300%
0%
C41
(933)
C18
(920)
Terminal 1 gain command
(torque/magnetic flux)
0–400%
150%
C19
(920)
Terminal 1 gain
(torque/magnetic flux)
0–300%
100%
C38
(932)
Terminal 4 bias command
(torque/magnetic flux)
0–400%
0%
C39
(932)
Terminal 4 bias
(torque/magnetic flux)
0–300%
C40
(933)
Terminal 4 gain command
(torque/magnetic flux)
0–400%
20%
Setting Range
Initial
Value
Terminal 4 gain
(torque/magnetic flux)
0–300%
100%
989
Parameter copy alarm
release
10/100
10/100
990
PU buzzer control
991
PU contrast adjustment
0/1
1
0–63
58
Pr.CL
Parameter clear
0/1
0
ALLC
All parameter clear
0/1
0
Er.CL
Alarm history clear
0/1
0
PCPY
Parameter copy
0/1/ 2/3
0
햳
150%
Remarks:
햲
햳
햴
햵
The setting depends on the inverter capacity.
When the value “8888” is set, the maximum output voltage is 95% of the input voltage.
When the value “9999” is set, the maximum output voltage equals the input voltage.
Setting can be made only when the FR-A7AP is mounted.
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Sample Applications
A.2
Appendix
Sample Applications
The applications in this section have been chosen to demonstrate some of the things that you
can do with frequency inverters.
NOTE
A.2.1
The wiring diagrams and the parameter settings are only provided to illustrate these specific
examples. They should not be copied directly – you will need to wire and configure your
inverter for the specific requirements of your own application. When you are planning and
installing your system please also be sure to observe all the relevant regulations and standards for electrical systems applicable in your location, particularly the safety regulations.
Conveyor Belt
Frequency inverters are often used to control conveyor belts to feed parts and material to processing stations because they are able to accelerate and decelerate the drive gently.
Speed
Time
Acceleration
Constant speed
(parameter 7)
Deceleration
(parameter 8)
In this example we are going to use an FR-D700 series inverter to power and control the belt
using the speed/time pattern shown in the graph above. The configuration is as follows:
Frequency inverter FR-D700EC
Material
Power supply
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Conveyor belt
Fuse
Motor
Speed setting
signal
Start/Stop signal from external controller
The belt is started and stopped by an external controller (for example a PLC). The speed of the
motor and thus of the conveyor belt can be adjusted with a setpoint potentiometer.
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Sample Applications
If the material on the belt still shifts when
stopping and starting even with a gentle
acceleration curve you can solve the
problem by programming an S-curve for
acceleration and deceleration, as
shown in the graph on the left.
Speed
Linear acceleration
S-curve
acceleration
Time
You can change the curve with parameter 29. A value of “0” sets a linear acceleration/deceleration curve, a value of “1” sets an S-curve.
Wiring
Motor protection switch
FR-D700 EC
Q1
L1
Mains L2
power
L3
I
L1
I
L2
V
I
L3
W
U
PC
STR
Start/Stop
Speed
setting
signal
STF
10
P1
2
5
PE
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Appendix
Lifting Drive
The illustration below shows the basic configuration of an inverter for powering a drive for lifting
applications like hoists or roll-up gates. A motor with a mechanical brake is used to ensure that
the load cannot not slip down when the motor is off.
When the end position is reached the motor is turned off by a limit switch. After this it can only be
activated in the other direction.
Power
supply
Motor with mechanical brake
FR-A700
frequency inverter
Fuse
Hz
A
V
Up
MON P.RUN
PU
EXT
NET
FWD
REV
PU
EXT
REV
FWD
MODE
SET
ST OP
RESET
FR-DU07
SwU
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wait 10 minutes before
Isolate from supply and
Ensure proper earth connection
CAUTION: Risk of fire a non-combustible surface.
Mount the inverter on
400V
FRñF740ñ2.2K
SwD
SwU: Limit switch Up
SwD: Limit switch Down
In the wiring diagram on the next page the mechanical brake is controlled via the RUN terminal.
The frequency at which the brake is released can be set with parameter 13.
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Sample Applications
Wiring
Brake rectifier
KB
Brake
FR-A700
L1
I
L1
L2
I
L2
V
L3
I
L3
W
U
KB
K1
SwD
K2
SwU
Down
Up
STR
RUN
STF
24 V DC
+
PC
SE
10
2
5
Speed setting signal
(lifting speed)
Down
SwD
K1
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K1
Up
K2
SwU
K2
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A.2.3
Appendix
PID Controller
The FR-D700, FR-E700, FR-F700 and FR-A700 series have integrated PID controllers, which
makes it possible to use these inverters for applications in the process industry like flow and
pressure regulation.
The setpoint value is stored internally in an inverter parameter or input as an external signal via
input terminals 2 and 5. The actual value is input as an analog current signal (4-20mA) via input
terminals 4 and 5.
The inverter automatically adjusts its output frequency (the control variable) in response to the
difference between the setpoint and actual values (the control deviation). This increases or
decreases the speed of the motor to bring the actual value closer to the setpoint value.
The PID control action direction (forward/reverse) can be set with a parameter.
Control Direction Controller Behaviour
Application (temperature control)
Forward
Actual > Setpoint: Increase control variable
Actual < Setpoint: Decrease control variable
Cooling/refrigeration system
Reverse
Actual > Setpoint: Decrease control variable
Actual < Setpoint: Increase control variable
Heating system
The illustration below shows a typical configuration for maintaining a constant pressure in the
controlled system. The example shows the setup for this application for the FR-F700 inverter.
Schematic diagrams for two versions are included. In the first version an external setpoint signal
is provided by a potentiometer connected to the input terminals, in the second the setpoint is set
with the control unit and the value is stored in an inverter parameter.
FR-F700
frequency inverter
Hz
A
V
Power supply
MON P.RUN
PU
EXT
NET
FWD
REV
PU
EXT
REV
FWD
MODE
SET
STOP
RESET
FR-DU07
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and electric shock
DANGER: Risk of injury follow the safety instructions before use.
Read the manual and
removing this cover.
wait 10 minutes before
Isolate from supply and
Ensure proper earth connection
CAUTION: Risk of fire a non-combustible surface.
Mount the inverter on
400V
FR–F740–2.2K
Motor and pump
Water outlet
p
I
Pressure measurement
Water inlet
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External setpoint signal
Frequency inverter
Power
supply
I>
Start
Enable PID controller
L1/L2/L3
STF
X14
Water outlet
UVW
M1
STF
RL
PC
Water inlet
10
Setpoint
2
1kW/2W
5
p
Transducer
(pressure 씮 current)
I
-
+
4
0
24 V
Power supply for
transducer
For the PID controller application using the configuration shown above you must also set the
inverter parameters shown in the table below, in addition to the basic parameters.
Parameters
*
Function
Setting
180
RL terminal function assignment
“14” (enable PID control)
128
PID action direction
“20” (reverse action)
In a pressure control application you increase pump speed when the actual value is smaller than the setpoint value.
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Setpoint value set with parameters
In the configuration shown in the circuit diagram below the setpoint is entered via the control unit
and stored in a parameter.
Frequency inverter
Power
supply
I>
Start
Enable PID controller
L1/L2/L3
STF
X14
Water outlet
UVW
M1
STF
RL
PC
Water inlet
p
Transducer
(pressure 씮 current)
I
-
5
+
4
0
24 V
Power supply for
transducer
In addition to the basic parameters you must also set the following parameters for this configuration:
Parameter
A - 32
Function
Setting
180
RL terminal function assignment
“14” (enable PID control)
128
PID action direction
“20” (reverse action)
133
Setpoint
0 –100%
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Index
A
O
Acceleration time · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 6-6
Ambient conditions · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 1-2
Asynchronous three-phase motor · · · · · · · 1-1
B
Basic Parameters · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 6-1
Braking time
see deceleration time
C
Control devitation (PID controller)
Control unit
FR-DU07 · · · · · · · · · · ·
Control unit FR-DU07
Description · · · · · · · · · ·
Functions · · · · · · · · · · ·
Control variable (PID controller) ·
· · · · · · A-30
· · · · · · · 5-5
· · · · · · · 5-5
· · · · · · · 5-7
· · · · · · A-30
D
Deceleration time · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 6-6
Delay time
see deceleration time
Digital dial· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 5-3
Direction of rotation (motor) · · · · · · · · · · 1-3
E
EMC filter
connection · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 3-7
switching ON/OFF on FR-F700/FR-A700· · 3-8
Error codes · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 7-4
F
Forward operation
direction of rotation · · · · · · · · · · · · · 1-3
Start signal (STF) · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 3-3
I
Input voltages · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 3-1
M
Mains RFI suppression filters
see EMC Filters
MRS (control signal) · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 3-3
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Operation Mode
Selection with parameter 79 · · · · · · · · 6-7
Output frequency
parameter · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 6-3
setting with control unit · · · · · · · · · · · 5-9
P
Parameter
0 · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 6-3
1 and 2 · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 6-3
20 · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 6-6
3 · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 6-4
4, 5 and 6 · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 6-4
7 and 8 · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 6-6
79 · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 6-7
9 · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 6-6
basic parameters · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 6-1
defined· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 6-1
editing · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 5-11
reference · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · A-1
PID Controller · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · A-30
PU operation mode
configuration· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 5-8
defined· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 1-3
display on FR-D700 and FR-E700 · · · · · 5-2
display on FR-F700 and FR-A700 · · · · · 5-5
R
RES (control signal) · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 3-3
Reverse operation
direction of rotation · · · · · · · · · · · · · 1-3
Start signal (STR) · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 3-3
S
S-curve for acceleration/deceleration ·
Specifications
Ambient conditions · · · · · · · ·
Power supply · · · · · · · · · · ·
STF (control signal) · · · · · · · · · ·
STR (control signal) · · · · · · · · ·
· · · · A-27
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
1-2
3-1
3-3
3-3
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Phone: +381 (0)18 / 292-24-4/5 , 523 962
Fax: +381 (0)18 / 292-24-4/5 , 523 962
INEA SR d.o.o.
SERBIA
Karadjordjeva 12/260
SER-113000 Smederevo
Phone: +381 (0)26 / 617 163
Fax: +381 (0)26 / 617 163
AutoCont Control, s.r.o.
SLOVAKIA
Radlinského 47
SK-02601 Dolny Kubin
Phone: +421 (0)43 / 5868210
Fax: +421 (0)43 / 5868210
CS MTrade Slovensko, s.r.o.
SLOVAKIA
Vajanskeho 58
SK-92101 Piestany
Phone: +421 (0)33 / 7742 760
Fax: +421 (0)33 / 7735 144
INEA d.o.o.
SLOVENIA
Stegne 11
SI-1000 Ljubljana
Phone: +386 (0)1 / 513 8100
Fax: +386 (0)1 / 513 8170
Beijer Electronics Automation AB
SWEDEN
Box 426
SE-20124 Malmö
Phone: +46 (0)40 / 35 86 00
Fax: +46 (0)40 / 35 86 02
Econotec AG
SWITZERLAND
Hinterdorfstr. 12
CH-8309 Nürensdorf
Phone: +41 (0)44 / 838 48 11
Fax: +41 (0)44 / 838 48 12
GTS
TURKEY
Darulaceze Cad. No. 43 KAT. 2
TR-34384 Okmeydani-Istanbul
Phone: +90 (0)212 / 320 1640
Fax: +90 (0)212 / 320 1649
CSC Automation Ltd.
UKRAINE
15, M. Raskova St., Fl. 10, Office 1010
UA-02002 Kiev
Phone: +380 (0)44 / 494 33 55
Fax: +380 (0)44 / 494-33-66
MITSUBISHI
ELECTRIC
FACTORY AUTOMATION
EURASIAN REPRESENTATIVES
Kazpromautomatics Ltd.
Mustafina Str. 7/2
KAZ-470046 Karaganda
Phone: +7 7212 / 50 11 50
Fax: +7 7212 / 50 11 50
CONSYS
Promyshlennaya st. 42
RU-198099 St. Petersburg
Phone: +7 812 / 325 36 53
Fax: +7 812 / 325 36 53
ELECTROTECHNICAL SYSTEMS
Derbenevskaya st. 11A, Office 69
RU-115114 Moscow
Phone: +7 495 / 744 55 54
Fax: +7 495 / 744 55 54
ELEKTROSTILY
Rubzowskaja nab. 4-3, No. 8
RU-105082 Moscow
Phone: +7 495 / 545 3419
Fax: +7 495 / 545 3419
RPS-AUTOMATIKA
Budennovsky 97, Office 311
RU-344007 Rostov on Don
Phone: +7 8632 / 22 63 72
Fax: +7 8632 / 219 45 51
STC Drive Technique
Poslannikov per. 9, str 1
RU-105005 Moscow
Phone: +7 495 / 790 72 10
Fax: +7 495 / 790 72 12
KAZAKHSTAN
RUSSIA
RUSSIA
RUSSIA
RUSSIA
RUSSIA
MIDDLE EAST REPRESENTATIVE
SHERF Motion Techn. Ltd.
Rehov Hamerkava 19
IL-58851 Holon
Phone: +972 (0)3 / 559 54 62
Fax: +972 (0)3 / 556 01 82
ISRAEL
AFRICAN REPRESENTATIVE
CBI Ltd.
Private Bag 2016
ZA-1600 Isando
Phone: + 27 (0)11 / 928 2000
Fax: + 27 (0)11 / 392 2354
SOUTH AFRICA
Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V. /// FA - European Business Group /// Gothaer Straße 8 /// D-40880 Ratingen /// Germany
Tel.: +49(0)2102-4860 /// Fax: +49(0)2102-4861120 /// info@mitsubishi-automation.com /// www.mitsubishi-automation.com
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